ARISS School Contact 3 October 2022, 18:09 UTC, direct via KG5QNO

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An educational radio contact is planned with St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Houston, Houston, TX., direct via KG5QNO. The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be NA1SS and the scheduled crewmember is Bob Hines KI5RQT .

Contact is go for: Monday 3 October 2022, 18:09:27 UTC, 49 deg; downlink signals from ISS  will be audible over Houston, Texas and nearby areas on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM; contact will be in English.  RX only! (Credit: AMSAT.)


Proposed questions generated by the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Houston students:

1. How do we go to space?

2. How do you drive a rocket?

3. What was your motivation to get to the ISS?

4. How do you feel when you come back to Earth?

5. Has anyone ever given birth on the Space Station?

6. How do you not run out of water?

7. How do plants grow in space?

8. Can you eat Ramen in space?

9. Do your ears hurt when you fly to Earth?

10. Do you ever get tired?

11. Is your wifi the fastest because you are in a satellite?

12. Is the station cold?

13. Have you ever been in a crisis in the ISS?

14. Did your family approve of your going to space?

15. Does it feel cool doing a backflip in space?

16. Have you encountered an asteroid?

17. Are there germs in space?

18. Do you play any games?

19. What happens if someone dies in the space ship?

20. do you ever get lonely?

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