Recored Radio Contacts with the ISS

Luca Parmitano (NA1SS) - 2013 BSA National Jamboree, Mount Hope, WV, USA, 1535 UTC on 20 July 2013

Luca Parmitano (NA1SS) speaks to scouts at the 2013 Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree at Mount Hope, WV, USA, at 1535 UTC on 20 July 2013 via K2BSA. He answered the following questions:

1. Were you in Scouting as a youth or as an adult leader?
2. In Scouting we practice “Leave No Trace”, meaning that we leave campsites as we found them. How do you practice “Leave No Trace” in space?
3. I am working on the Robotics Merit Badge and would like to know how robots are being used on the space station.
4. Have you ever put up a satellite in space?

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Luca Parmitano (NA1SS) - K2BSA - 20 July 2013

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AL0I – Sat, 2013 – 07 – 20 17:38

11 years ago, my contact with Valery Korzun ISS Commander

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEpONgXIxaI

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In this contact, valery talk with Claudio IK1SLD too who was in Argentina that date.

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CX3VB – Sat, 2013 – 07 – 06 15:24

Dr. Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) - Guilford Co. Schools, Greensboro, NC, USA, 1452 UTC on 02 May 2013

Dr. Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) speaks to students at Guilford Co. Schools, Greensboro, NC, USA, at 1452 UTC on 02 May 2013 via W4GSO. He answered the following questions:

1. Why do you wear a white suit and what is it made of?
2. How would you handle an emergency in space, like if someone gets really sick or injured on board the space station?
3. How does the day being only 92 minutes affect living and working on ISS?
4. Do you think there is something in outer space that could cure diseases and save lives?

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Tom Marshburn (NA1SS) - Guilford Co. Schools - 02 May 2013

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AL0I – Thu, 2013 – 05 – 02 11:51

Commander Chris Hardield OR4ISS - Innalik School, Inukjuak, Nunavut, Canada - April 12,2013 - 17:29 UTC

An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at Innalik School, Inukjuak, Nunavut, Canada on 12 April. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 17:30 UTC. The duration of the contact is approximately 9 minutes and 30 seconds. The contact will be a telebridge between OR4ISS and IK1SLD.

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IK1SLD – Fri, 2013 – 04 – 12 13:29

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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NA1SS 2013-01-17

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W3MAT – Thu, 2013 – 01 – 17 17:02
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