*** Da rischedulare *** ARISS School Contact udibile dall’Italia, 10 Dicembre 2019 ore 11:55 UTC (12:55 locali)

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Martedì 10 Dicembre 2019 alle 10:55:14 UTC 53 deg la ARISS Ground Station italiana IK1SLD gestirà il collegamento con la ISS della scuola Greenwood Primary School, Western Australia.
L’astronauta coinvolto è Drew Morgan KI5AAA e il callsign per la ISS sarà OR4ISS. Il segnale dalla ISS si potrà ricevere dall’Italia e parte dell’Europa sintonizzandosi sui 145.800MHz FM, come si ricorda sempre, in sola ricezione: le scuole aspettano da mesi questo momento e bisogna evitare ogni interferenza.
L’evento sarà anche in streaming su www.ariotti.com circa 15 minuti prima dell’acquisizione del segnale.
Il collegamento è in orario favorevole per essere seguito anche dalle nostre scuole.
Vediamo le domande preparate dai ragazzi:
1. When you get into space, what time zone do you set your watch to, and how do you know what time to sleep, since you would pass day and night many times when orbiting the earth?
2. What are three personal things from home that you take into space with you?
3. What has been the scariest thing that has happened to you during this mission and why?
4. In the space station, how do you stay physically fit and mentally stable?
5. What is the process for an emergency evacuation and how long would it take to be evacuated from the International Space Station? Has it ever had to be used?
6. How far and how fast does a sneeze propel you in space?
7. How often do you get to speak to your family?
8. Can you grow plants to eat in space and how do you do it? Otherwise what do you eat?
9. What is the best view looking down from space?
10. When you are floating in space what cool moves do you do?
11. Can you see debris going past the space station, and if so, what type of debris do you see?
12. What type of experiments do you do while you are in the space station?
13. Do you use electronics such as phones, ipads or play station… and if so do you have better reception because satellites are in space?
14. What kind of survival skills do you have to be trained in before you go into space?
15. What happens to all your rubbish and waste?
16. Does having no atmosphere affect the way you dream?
17. Is there any chance that a meteor might hit the space station?
18. What has been your biggest sacrifice or mistake?
19. How many different sections are there to the space station?
20. How long do you have to stay in the space station?
21. What do solar eclipses look like in space?
22. How do you wash yourself and your clothes while you are in the Space Station?
23. What do you hope for the future of Space exploration?
24. What is your most interesting planet and why?
25. What do you do on a typical day in Space?

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