ISS Fan Club agradece sinceramente al Colegio Diocesano Santa María Nuestra Señora por habernos involucrado en la preparación de los alumnos compartiendo un viaje apasionante!
An educational radio contact is planned with Colegio Diocesano Santa María Nuestra Señora, Écija, Spain, telebridge via IK1SLD ARISS Telebridge & HamTV Ground Station, located in Casale Monferrato (AL), Italy.
The ISS callsign is presently scheduled to be TBD and the scheduled crewmember is Josh Cassada KI5CRH. Contact is go for: Wednesday 8 February 2023, 10:13:59 UTC, 74 deg.; downlink signals from ISS will be audible above parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM ; the conversation will be in English. RX only! Credit: AMSAT.
Proposed questions generated by the Colegio Diocesano Santa María Nuestra Señora students:
1. Is it cold in space?
2. How do astronauts sleep in space?
3. How can data be transmitted from space to Earth in real time?
4. What do you spend your time on? Are you always working on experiments?
5. What happens if you get injured, hurt or sick in the space? Are there doctors on board?
6. How do astronauts eat and drink without gravity?
7. How do astronauts take a shower and go to the wc?
8. How can you breathe at the international station if there is no atmosphere/oxygen in space?
9. What is your main mission on the Internacional space station?
10. How do you protect from orbital debris, or “space junk”?
11. What do astronauts like most about living in space ?
12. Do you feel anything special as you go past the atmosphere and you stop feeling the Earth’s gravity?
13. How do you want or expect your mission to affect society?
14. What is the maximum time to stay on a space station?
15. Do your legs get numb being weightless?
16. Can plants and trees be grown on the space station?
17. How many astronauts can be on the space station?
18. Are unexplained UFO phenomena studied from the ISS?
19. What do you like most about being in space?
20. What kind of training is required to work on the ISS?