Recored Radio Contacts with the ISS

Cmdr. Chris Hadfield (NA1SS) - Des Cardinaux School, Sainte-Rose, Laval, Quebec, Canada, 1315 UTC on 26 March 2013

Station commander Chris Hadfield (NA1SS) speaks with students at Des Cardinaux School, Sainte-Rose, Laval, Quebec, Canada via telebridge station K6DUE at 1315 UTC on 26 March 2013. Cmdr. Hadfield was scheduled to answer the following questions (pass already in progress when recording begins):

1. Comment faites-vous pour rester brancher aux différents réseaux sociaux tels que Twitter et Facebook?
2. Communiquez-vous avec votre famille par radioamateur et existe-t-il un indicative d’appel pour l’espace?

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Chris Hadfield (NA1SS) - Des Cardinaux School - 26 Mar 2013

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AL0I – Tue, 2013 – 03 – 26 10:00

ARISS - March 26, 2013 13:15 UTC

Commander Chris Hadfield speaking with school group, Des Cardinaux School, Sainte-Rose, Laval, Quebec, Canada

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ARISS - March 26, 2013 13:15 UTC

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W3MAT – Tue, 2013 – 03 – 26 09:49

Dr. Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) - University of Alabama at Huntsville Space Hardware Club, Huntsville , AL, 1549 UTC on 21 March 2013

Dr. Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) speaks to students at the University of Alabama at Huntsville Space Hardware Club, Huntsville , AL, at 1549 UTC on 21 March 2013 via K4UAH. Dr. Marshburn answered the following questions:

1. What is your greatest challenge on the Space Station?
2. Is it fun to be an astronaut?
3. How long is your training before you go to space?
4. How do you stay entertained in space?
5. Are astronaut suits comfortable?
6. Do the stars look bigger in space than they do on Earth?
7. What does Earth look like from space?
8. How is life in microgravity?

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Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) - UAH Space Hardware Club - 21 Mar 2013

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AL0I – Thu, 2013 – 03 – 21 13:00

ARISS - K4UAH, March 21 2013 - 15:52 UTC

Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn taking questions from the group at K4UAH. This pass was at 14 degrees to the west of central Pennsylvania and recorded using a Yaesu FT-60R handheld on an Arrow 146-437 antenna.

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ARISS - K4UAH, March 21 2013 - 15:52 UTC

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W3MAT – Thu, 2013 – 03 – 21 12:29

ARISS Contact with W1TMS February 28, 2013 at 15:55 UTC

Cmdr Kevin Ford talking with W1TMS, Talcott Mountain Science Center, Avon, CT. This was a 40 degree pass over central Pennsylvania (FN11). The clicking heard is the old Alliance antenna rotor working in the background.

Questions heard were;

1 Kimberyly ... The distance traveled in a day and what the crew can see on earth.
2 Aneshia ... Space debris and risk of the ISS being struck
3 Mikiah ... How life in zero gravity compares to life on earth
4 Kylie ... What to study in school to become an astronaut
5 Michael ... Messes in orbit

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ARISS Contact with W1TMS February 28, 2013 at 15:55 UTC

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W3MAT – Thu, 2013 – 02 – 28 13:01

NA1SS January 17, 2013

Chris Hadfield (FE-5) talking to a school group. Location is in central Pennsylvania, at only 18 degrees

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W3MAT – Thu, 2013 – 01 – 17 17:02

ARISS Contact - 07. January 2013 at 10:57 UTC - Ecole Les Muriers, Saint Maur Des Fosses, France.

ARISS Contact - 07. January 2013 at 10:57 UTC - Ecole Les Muriers, Saint Maur Des Fosses, France
via F6KMX/p with OR4ISS.

Received on 145.800 khz FM
in JN77sn.

vy 73 to ALL de Christian
(SWL-CHMY)

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Ecole Les Muriers - Saint Maur Des Fosses - France

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SWL-CHMY – Mon, 2013 – 01 – 07 07:26

ARISS Contact - 25. December 2012 at 13:50 UTC - Children Sea Center, Kimra, Tver, Russia

ARISS Contact - 25. December 2012 at 13:50 UTC. ARISS Contact - Children Sea Center, Kimra, Tver, Russia direct via UА3IXB
with RS0ISS.

Received on 145.800 MHZ in FM
in JN77sn.

vy 73 to ALL de Christian
(SWL-CHMY)

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Children Sea Center - Kimra - Tver - Russia

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SWL-CHMY – Thu, 2012 – 12 – 27 10:27

Kevin Ford OR4ISS with Liceo scientifico Giacinto De Sivo–Fondazione Villaggio dei Ragazzi, Maddaloni, Italy-Nov. 20, 2012-08:36 UTC-telebridge via IK1SLD

The high school Liceo scientifico “Giacinto De Sivo” of the “Fondazione “Villaggio dei ragazzi” of Maddaloni has been always committed, since its birth, to spreading out the scientific knowledge, particularly focusing on the main scientific aspects. Its main goal is to promote new teaching strategies able to put the students in a dynamic perspective. The arid knowledge, based only on handbooks, must necessarily be abandoned, to advantage an approach based on the research and on the critical discussion of the learning. The "Liceo scientifico" is a part of the "Villaggio dei Ragazzi" foundation, that is composed by 6 different fields of study: Technical, Aeronautics, Musical, Linguistic, Transports and Logistics and Scientific High Schools. All the 1500 students of the Foundation will be involved in the project promoted by the Scientific Lyceum as simple auditors, while our students will be active participants.
Age Students 14-18.

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Maddaloni 2012-11-20 08:36 UTC

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IK1SLD – Tue, 2012 – 11 – 20 21:36

Suni Williams OR4ISS with Gujarat Council Of Science City, India - Nov. 14 2012 - 10:21 UTC telebridge via IK1SLD

Gujarat Science City (GSC), working under the aegis of Department of Science & Technology, Government of Gujarat, is emerging as a large-scale science popularization platform in the country to promote innovative and experimental activities through hands-on activities and minds-on exposures.
The approach and methodology of the Gujarat Science City is focused on informal community based learning which is different from the formal mode of education. All of the programs are intended to enliven the imagination, foster creativity and develop a spirit of inquiry, especially in young minds. Schoolchildren, during their visit, are discovering the wonders of science and technology and get an access to the most exciting and contemporary form of entertainment regardless of the social stratum, education or age group and create a culture of learning.

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IK1SLD – Fri, 2012 – 11 – 16 09:52