ARISS Schoolcontact met Frankrijk op woensdag 4 januari om 11:16 UTC

Op woensdag 4 januari om 11:16 UTC staat weer een ARISS schoolcontact gepland. In de Franse taal dit keer.

Thomas Pesquet, KG5FYG heeft dan direct radiocontact met Collège Mathilde Marthe Faucher, Allassac in Frankrijk.

Het grondstation in de school gebruikt de call van F1IMZ die ook de eerste operator is.

Het downlink signaal op 145,800 MHz moet in heel Europa goed te ontvangen zijn.

Zie hieronder voor de beschrijving van de school en de vragen die door de kinderen gesteld gaan worden.

 

73’s de Bertus,

PE1KEH

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School information:

Allassac is a French town in the Corrèze department, in the new Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes area.
There are 3.869 inhabitants. It is 20 kilometers north of Brive-la-Gaillarde and 200 km north of Toulouse.
The Mathilde Marthe FAUCHER public middle school currently hosts 400  students in 16 classes.
The students of 6th grade participate to the ARISS project.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. Quentin (6eme): Doit-on avoir la citoyenneté française pour devenir spationaute français?
2. Cloé (6eme): Préférez-vous être chez vous ou dans l’espace?
3. Eva (6eme): Est-il important de savoir nager pour devenir spationaute?
4. Emie (6eme): De combien de centimètres avez-vous grandi depuis que vous êtes dans la station?
5. Jason (6eme): A quelle fréquence les spationautes mènent-ils des expériences scientifiques à bord de l’lSS?
6. Clémence (6eme): Est-il physiquement possible de pleurer en apesanteur?
7. Estelle (6eme): Quelle est la plus belle chose que vous avez-vu dans l’espace?
8. Sacha (6eme): Comment lavez-vous vos vêtements?
9. Tanguy (6eme): Quel est le danger que vous redoutez le plus à bord de la station?
10. Kassandra (6eme): Les spationautes peuvent-ils entendre des impacts de météorites sur la station?
11. Louise (6eme): Comment organisez-vous vos soirées?
12. Baptiste (6eme): Est-ce que les spationautes éteignent les lumières la nuit?
13. Younes (6eme): Les spationautes peuvent-ils utiliser leur téléphone mobile dans l’espace?
l4. Vasco (6eme): Comment les astronautes peuvent-ils utiliser twitter ou les réseaux sociaux depuis l’espace?
15. Evan (6eme): Peut-on voir la pollution sur la terre depuis la station?
16. Lucille (6eme): Produisez-vous beaucoup de déchets par jour?
17. Amanda (6eme): Est-ce que les spationautes se sentent seuls à bord de l’lSS?
18. Camille (6eme): Quel est votre plus grand rêve?
l9. Céline (6eme): Comment l’eau parvient-elle à la station?
20. Louanne (6eme): Souhaitez-vous aller sur une autre planète?
21. Kyara (6eme): Quel est le fuseau horaire adopté dans l’espace?
22. Victor (6eme): Les spationautes sont-ils plus stressés lors des sorties dans l’espace?

Op 1 januari Amsat CW activiteiten dag via alle amateursatellieten

Traditioneel 24 uur lang CW activiteit via alle amateursatellieten, te beginnen om 00.00 UTC. Kan je zelf geen satellieten ontvangen, luister dan eens op deze webSDR (vink wel links in het scherm bij ‘band’ aan dat je ‘sat’ wilt beluisteren, de diverse satellieten worden automatisch gevolgd en de doppler gecorrigeerd).

Het is beslist geen contest, een QSO is een QSO, meerdere keren hetzelfde station werken is dus toegestaan.

Laat eens horen wat je allemaal hebt ontvangen!

ISS Schoolcontact met Frankrijk op maandag 12 december om 14:29

Op maandag 12 december om 14:29 lokale tijd is er weer een direct schoolcontact vanuit ISS met Frankrijk. Dit keer met “Maristes High School” in Toulouse. In het tijdsbestek van negen en een halve minuut gaat Thomas Pesquet 20 vragen van kinderen beantwoorden. Dit directe contact tussen FX0ISS en F8IDR moet in  een groot deel van Europa rechtstreeks in de franse taal te beluisteren zijn op 145,800 MHz in FM.

 

73’s de Bertus

PE1KEH

 

Hieronder de officiele aankondiging en de vragen die de kinderen gaan stellen.

The MARISTES TOULOUSE: Collegians living the dream with Thomas PESQUET.

Toulouse is a city which is situated in the south of France right at the heart of the department of Haute Garonne in the Occitania region.  Built around the Garonne River which flows through the heart of the city, Toulouse was the theatre for many notable historical events such as the crusades led by the French Kings against the heretic Cathares during the middle ages. The county of Toulouse was annexed to the French realm at the end of the 13th century.

Today this metropolis and French capital of Aeronautics and Aerospace is home to such prestigious establishments as the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) but also such industrial giants as TAS (Thales Alenia Space) and ADS (Airbus Defence and Space). The famous City de l’Espace, a scientifically oriented theme park, specifically geared towards the discovery, exploration and the development of space travel is one of the many tourist attractions appreciated by visitors to the city.

The College-Lycée Les Maristes Toulouse has been situated in the Montaudran neighbourhood since 2012. The school was built just next to the site of the Montaudran runway. The self-same runway from which the planes of the Aerospatiale, flown by the pioneers of civil aviation such as Jean Mermoz, Henri Guillaumet, Paul Vachet ou Antoine de Saint Exupéry, took off at the beginning of the 20th century.

Over the past three years, the college has been working in partnership with the CNES on the project « Mission eXplore : Je m’entraîne comme un astronaute » involving both the Physical Education and Biology programs. The goal of this project, created by the NASA in 2011, is to give youngsters an insight into life in outer space. The Maristes’ objective with this project, via the bias of the scientific and sporting challenges as well as the project “Liaison ARISS” with Thomas Pesquet, is to promote:the sciences and the professions linked to space studies the necessity of associating regular sports activities with a healthy and balanced diet.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

  1. Quelle a été votre réaction en entrant dans l’ISS?
  2. Pourquoi avez-vous choisi ce métier?
  3. Quelle a été votre réaction lors de l’annonce de votre mission?
  4. Combien de temps a duré l’entrainement?
  5. Quelle est la chose le plus surprenante dans l’espace?
  6. Que mangez-vous?
  7. Aimez-vous la nourriture?
  8. Quelles sont vos activités quotidiennes?
  9. Que préférez vous faire à bord?
  10. Avez-vous la sensation de voler
  11. Comment vous reposez-vous?
  12. Que vous manque t-il le plus?
  13. Votre famille vous manque t-elle?
  14. Comment gardez vous le contact avec votre famille ou vos amis?
  15. Quelle est la chose la plus difficile à réaliser dans l’espace?
  16. Comment vous lavez-vous dans l’espace?
  17. Comment faites-vous votre lessive?
  18. A quelle fréquence faites-vous de l’exercice?
  19. Quels sont les mauvais côtés d’être un astronaute?
  20. Quelle sera votre vie d’astronaute après votre retour sur terre? Une  autre mission?

Translated:

What was your reaction when you entered the ISS?

  1. Why did you chose this job?
  2. What was your reaction when they announced to you the mission?
  3. How long did the training last?
  4. What is the most amazing thing in the space?
  5. What do you usually eat?
  6. Do you enjoy the food?
  7. What are your daily activities?
  8. What do you prefer doing onboard?
  9. Do you have the feeling of flying?
  10. How do you rest?
  11. What do you miss the most?
  12. Do you miss your family?
  13. How can you manage to keep in touch with your family and your friends?
  14. What is the most difficult thing to do in the space?
  15. How do you wash yourself?
  16. How do you clean your laundry?
  17. How often do you exercise / work out?
  18. What are the bad things about being an astronaut
  19. What will be your life as an astronaut after you return to earth? Another mission?

SSTV uitzendingen vanuit ISS op donderdag 8 en vrijdag 9 december 2016

De SSTV uitzendingen vanuit ISS worden uitgevoerd onder de naam MAI-75 Experiment

De SSTV beelden zijn te ontvangen op 145,800 MHz in FM en worden op 2 opeenvolgende dagen door de Kenwood TM-D710 zender vanuit de Russische ISS Service module uitgezonden.

De MAI-75 activiteit is opgenomen in het werkschema van de Russische bemanning. De eerste uitzending begint op donderdag 8 december om 12:35 GMT en eindigt om 18:00 GMT. Op vrijdag 9 december volgt de tweede uitzending. Deze start om 12:40 en eindigt om 17:40 GMT.

De uitzending van ISS op 145.800 MHz in FM gebruikt een frequentiezwaai van 5 kHz. Dit is anders dan de in Europa gebruikelijke zwaai van 2.5 kHz. Als uw ontvanger over een instelbaar fm filter beschikt kies dan het breedste filter.

73’s

Bertus

PE1KEH

Donderdag 8 december, ARISS Schoolcontact met school in Saint Malo in Frankrijk op 437,525 MHz

In de serie ARISS contacten van de astronaut met Frankrijk is een telebridge schoolcontact gepland met een school in Saint Malo in Frankrijk. Het contact loopt via het ARISS grondstation van IK1SLD in Italie. Het downlink signaal van ISS moet voor een groot deel in geheel Europa in FM te beluisteren zijn op de frequentie 437,525 MHz.

Dit is geheel nieuw en het gevolg van de defecte Ericson transceiver in de Columbus module.

Thomas Pesquet, KG5FYG, beantwoordt  op donderdag 8 december om 15:19 UTC de vragen van kinderen van Collège Jean Charcot uit Saint Malo. De verbinding wordt geheel in de Franse taal gehouden.

Bertus Husken, PE1KEH
Hieronder volgt de beschrijving van de school en de vragen van de kinderen.

 

School information:

St Malo is a city of north Brittany, surrounded by ramparts since the 12th century, famous for the corsair sailor merchants during the 17th century.
The college Jean Charcot is named after the famous early 20th century Polar explorer.

Since 3 years, the 8th / 9th grade students could follow a Science option at the college including:
Mathematics and physics through the solar system, stars and spectrum analysis, tidal phenomena, Philae lander and comets, global earth warming, phytoplankton effect on climate, astronomy.

By participating to the ARISS project, teachers hope to make students open to science or exploration, and proud to follow their famous “malouins” predecessors like Jacques Cartier, Pierre Louis de Maupertuis or Robert Surcouf.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. Lucie (3eme): Quelle est l’heure de référence à bord?

2. Lorène (3eme): Fabriquez-vous vous-même votre dioxygène ou avez-vous des réserves?

3. Mélanie (3eme): Comment faites-vous si quelqu’un se blesse gravement dans la station?

4. Anna (3eme): Sur quoi portent vos expériences actuellement?

5. Louis (3eme): Avez-vous fait des découvertes?

6. Matthieu (3eme): Peut-il y avoir de la buée dans votre casque?

7. Rozenn (3eme): La gravité est-elle constante dans l’ISS durant sa révolution?

8. Laure (3eme): Comment ressentez-vous physiologiquement la variation de gravité entre laTerre et l’ISS?

9. Hugo (3eme): L’eau que vous consommez est-elle recyclée ou provient-elle de stocks?

10. Hugo (3eme): Où en est-on sur les expériences concernant le caisson d’habitation gonflable?

11. Antoine (3eme): A part la Terre, que pouvez-vous observer dans l’espace depuis l’ISS? Voyez-vous des étoiles?

12. Enola (3eme): Quelle est la plus belle chose que vous ayez vue?

13. Ximena (3eme): Quelle température fait-il dans l’ISS et dans l’espace?

14. Tom (3eme): Au bout de combien de temps pouvez-vous marcher normalement lorsque vous revenez sur Terre?

15. Maud (3eme): Y a-t-il des étapes importantes à gérer lors de votre retour sur Terre dans la capsule Soyouz?

16. Samuel (3eme): Comment savez-vous que la nuit est tombée?

17. François (3eme): Comment faites-vous si vous perdez la liaison radio avec la Terre?

18. Alicia (3eme): Lors d’une sortie dans l’espace, combien de temps d’autonomie avez-vous?

19. Leïla (3eme): Comment faites-vous pour vous nourrir, faites-vous des cultures?

20. Bleuenn (3eme): Comment savez-vous que vous êtes à l’envers ou à l’endroit dans l’ISS?

ARISS schoolcontact op zaterdag 8 oktober om 16:15 UTC

Dit keer gaat het om een telebridge verbinding met iSPACE,  Cincinnati in de USA. De astronaut die de vragen gaat bantwoorden is Kate Rubins, KG5FYJ. De verbinding staat gepland voor zaterdag 8 oktober om 18:15 lokale tijd.

Het ARISS grondstation IK1SLD verzorgt dit keer de radioverbinding met ISS. Daarom zal de downlink deze verbinding op 145,800 MHz in een groot deel van Europa geheel of gedeeltelijk te ontvangen zijn.

Hieronder volgt de engelstalige aankondiging en de vragen die de kinderen aan Kate Rubins gaan stellen.

Bertus Husken

PE1KEH

 


Presentation:

In 2001, iSPACE, is a 501(c)(3) organization, incorporated as a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) educational resource for schools throughout the Greater Cincinnati region.  The iSPACE mission is to make STEM learning exciting and to promote STEM career awareness, through interactive programs for students, educators and families in the region.  iSPACE provides innovative and effective programs, events and learning experiences for students (grades preK­12), their educators and their families including field trips, outreach, professional development and other programs that stimulate interest and appreciation for STEM. In 2015, iSPACE programs served a diverse population of 24,731 youth and 5,791 adults in more than 500 schools.  iSPACE works diligently to collaborate within the regional and their programs are recognized for their effectiveness throughout the STEM community.  Through rigorous alignment to national and state standards and the utilization of best practices, iSPACE continues to develop curriculum for educators and inquiry­based educational opportunities for students.  iSPACE has made a mark in Greater Cincinnati for our high quality programs that measurably and effectively inspire students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, increase their content knowledge and introduce them to STEM careers.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. What has been the most exciting part of your mission so far?

2. After seeing all the places on Earth from space, which one do you most want to visit once you get back to Earth?

3. What’s your favorite part of the day?

4. I know you use animals in research. How many animals do you have in space with you right now and how do you take care of them?

5. Can a flying insect fly in space?

6. When you were preparing to leave high school did you know that you wanted to be an astronaut?  How did you decide what you wanted to do after high school?

7. Please describe your years of education and training that led to your assignment on the space station.

8. Do you practice emergency drills?  Can you describe some of the critical incidents that you need to prepare for?

9. Will your stay in space get shorter if you have too many headaches? Also, if you have ever had a space headache, what did it feel like during and after?

10. What are the major research projects you are focusing on and what discoveries have you made?

11. Have any of the experiments failed or given you totally different results than you expected?

12. Do you prefer being in space or on Earth?

13. What has been your greatest challenge so far and how did you respond to it?

14. Can you describe what zero gravity feels like?

15. Have you done a spacewalk and how does it feel?

16. What do you think the biggest advances will be in the space program over the next ten year?

17. What are you most looking forward to when you return to earth and what will you miss the most from your mission?

18. Does your schedule ever seem repetitive?

ARISS is an international educational outreach program partnering the volunteer support and leadership from AMSAT and IARU societies around the world with the ISS space agencies partners: NASA, Russian Space Agency, ESA, CNES, JAXA, and CSA.

ARISS offers an opportunity for students to experience the excitement of Amateur Radio by talking directly with crewmembers on board the International Space Station. Teachers, parents and communities see, first hand, how Amateur Radio and crewmembers on ISS can energize youngsters’ interest in science, technology, and learning.

Donderdag 15 sept 8:14 UTC: ARISS schoolcontact met Spanje

Er is weer een ARISS schoolcontact op komst. Dit keer met de school C.E.PR. Almadén in Jaén, Spanje.

Het contact staat gepland voor donderdag 15 september om 10:14 lokale tijd. Het is een direct contact dat op de grond door EA7URJ wordt verzorgd. Het downlink signaal van ISS moet voor een groot deel in heel Europa waarneembaar zijn op 145,800 MHz smalband FM.

Hieronder volgt de aankondiging van ARISS.

73’s Bertus

PE1KEH

 

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Presentation:

C.E.PR. Almadén, Jaén is a Primary Education State School. There are 420 students from 6 to 12 years old. C.E.PR. Almadén is a Multilingual School with French as second and English as third language.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. When you were child, have you ever dreamt to be an Astronaut?
2. What do I have to study to be an Astronaut?
3. What do you feel when you see so far the Earth from the space?
4. How is the outer space? Is it nice?
5. What kind of work do you do in the ISS, and what is the purpose?
6. What was the most dangerous mission that you have confronted?
7. What is the ISS speed?
8. How many times does the ISS spend to turn around the Earth?
9. How is a common day in the Station?
10. Have you ever seen an UFO, or any strange object?
11. How do you get water and oxygen on ISS?
12. Are there meteorites dangerous for you?
13. What is the most beautiful experience have you ever had at Space?
14. What happen if the Space suit breaks during EVA?
15. How is the Earth seen from the ISS during the night?
16. How are your meals and foods in the Space?
17. What difficulties do you have for your personal hygiene?
18. Is it possible to see the ISS from the Earth?
19. At this moment where is situated the ISS?
20. What problems could you have when you come back to the Earth?

ISS Schoolstation verbinding via IK1SLD op zaterdag 6 aug. 15:59 UTC

Op zaterdag 6 augustus is er weer een telebridge verbinding vanuit ISS met astronaut Kate Rubins KG5FYJ met Space Jam 10, Rantoul, Illinois,USA.
Het evenement staat gepland om 15:59 UTC.
Het amateur radio contact is een telebridge verbinding via IK1SLD, in Casale Monferrato, Italy.

Het signaal van ISS moet boven geheel Europa te ontvangen zijn. Er is dit keer geen video vanuit gepland, maar het grondstation IK1SLD verzorgt wel een live video stream van de aktiviteiten via de BATC server. Wie geinteresseerd is kan de aktiviteit in het grondstation volgen via http://www.batc.tv/iss/

De BATC Multiviewer toont 6 schermen waarvan er een van het station IK1SLD komt. Dit scherm is uit te vergroten tot een volledig beeld.
hieronder staat informatie over de school en de vragen die de kinderen gaan stellen.

73’s Bertus.
PE1KEH
ARISS schoolstation mentor.
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Presentation:

Greetings from the participants and volunteers of Space Jam 10 in Rantoul, Illinois. Though primarily a weekend Scouting and STEM education event, we are open to all interested youth. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts from 27 states have come together in an educational and fun format to learn life skills that will prepare them for the increasingly complex future.

We are adding Art to STEM this year making STEAM. While it is well known that Scouting teaches pioneering skills like camping and wilderness survival, the new pioneers and wilderness are in outer space and we are working hard at 44 technology oriented Merit Badges and activities, plus some fun things like the Duct Tape Merit Badge.

Talking to the astronauts on the ISS is an unforgettable part of the experience at Space Jam and that’s next on our list. We will not know for many years whether one of these youths becomes an astronaut themselves but it is certain that they are all part of tomorrow’s leaders.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. How do you train to sleep in space?
2. What type of engine propulsion will we use to go to Mars?
3. Could we drop containers to the Mars surface but leave the engine in orbit?
4. Would a steam powered train whistle work in space?
5. How long did you train for this mission?
6. Could cables be stretched to an EARTH orbiting station & used as tracks to reach orbit?
7. Could cables be stretched to a MARS orbiting station & used as tracks to reach orbit?
8. If a ship left Mars, traveling 17,500 mph, what is the shortest time it could take to reach Earth?
9. What activity do you look forward to the most when you wake up on the ISS?
10. Will you be training for future missions?
11. What is your favorite food on the space station?
12. How many bits of space junk does NASA track & how can we reduce the problem?
13. Are there earth-bound disabilities that might be irrelevant in space weightlessness?
14. Is there art on the walls of the ISS or do you see examples of the Arts in space?
15. If we found cave art on Mars what do you imagine it would depict?
16. Are there any musical instruments on the ISS?
17. Every discipline can be an art; from the people who sew the stitches on a space suit to a computer programmer, aren’t we all artists when we do our best?
18. The theme for SJ 10 is the Arts; should STEM education be changed to STEAM?
19. What music do you listen to on the ISS?
20. What is your favorite form of art?
21. How is the espresso machine working?
22. What fresh foods do you most look forward to on delivery day?
23. When will we first set foot on Mars?
24. When will we go back to the Moon?

AMSAT-UK Satelliet colloquium in Surrey, Engeland

AMSAT-UK Satelliet Colloquium, Surrey, Engeland.

Van vrijdag 29 juli tot en met 31 juli wordt het grote AMSAT-UK satelliet colloquium weer gehouden in Surrey, Engeland. Het colloquium begint zoals elk jaar op vrijdagmiddag om 14:00 uur met een “hands-on” activiteit voor beginners. Op zaterdag en zondag is er weer een uitgebreide programma samengesteld met lezingen en rapportages, dit alles ingedeeld in 2 uur durende ochtend en middag sessies. Daarnaast is er ook het colloquium diner op zaterdagavond.

Tijdens dit colloquium wordt uitgebreid stilgestaan bij de “Tim Peake” mission naar ISS, maar ook onderwerpen als cubsats en vorderingen over de komende geostationaire phase 4 satelliet “Es’hail-2” staan op het programma. Vooral de eisen die het gebruik van een dergelijke satelliet aan het grondstation stellen komen daarbij uitgebreid aan de orde.

Een bijdrage van Hans Blondeel Timmerman, PB2T, als nieuwe “IARU satelliet coordinator” en opvolger van de Zuid Afrikaan Hans van de Groenendaal staat ook op het programma.

Op internet (https://amsat-uk.org/colloquium/) is een schema van de lezingen te vinden. Voor belangstellenden is er waarschijnlijk wel weer een mogelijkheid de nodige lezingen via een live video stream van “BATC.TV” of via “https://www.youtube.com/user/AMSATUK” te volgen.

73’s Bertus

PE1KEH

ISS schoolcontact live op woensdag 27juli 19:59 UTC

Een tweede  ARISS contact voor deze week.Nu met het Peoria Riverfront Museum, Illinois, USA op woensdag 27 juli om 19:59 UTC.

Grondstation is dit keer IK1SLD, Claudio, in Italie. De activiteit in het grondstation is live via de BATC (http://www.batc.tv/iss/) te volgen.

Zie hieronder de aankondiging van ARISS.

73’s Bertus


An International Space Station radio contact has been planned for Jeff Williams KD5TVQ with Peoria Riverfront Museum, Peoria IL USA. The event is scheduled Wednesday July 27, 2016 at approximately 19:59 UTC.
The amateur radio contact will be a telebridge operated by IK1SLD, located in Casale – Monferrato, Italy.

The downlink signal will be audible in Europe on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM.

There will be no video from the ISS, but the telebridge station IK1SLD will stream live video of the station to the BATC Multiviewer server. Interested parties can view the ground station operating at:
http://www.batc.tv/iss/

The BATC Multiviewer shows six screen views, one of which will be from the IK1SLD station. You can enlarge it to full screen.

Presentation:

The Peoria Riverfront Museum focuses on interdisciplinary learning – a fusion of art, history, science and achievement designed to develop knowledge, critical thinking skills and a lifelong passion for learning. We have a state-of-the-art planetarium to teach astronomy and other science topics, and a giant screen theater that shows educational and feature films. Our mission is to inspire lifelong learning for all – connecting art, history, science and achievement through collections, exhibitions and programs.

Peoria is the largest city in Central Illinois, with a population of 115,000 in the city, and about 400,000 in the greater metro area. The surrounding area is rural, with a great deal of farming communities.

The questions to the astronaut will be asked by students in our “Space to Ground” club, and by museum visitors and staff. The questions labeled “Staff/Audience Member” were collected from museum visitors, but we are not sure if the person who submitted the question will be at the event, so we do not have names.

Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:

1. Luke: What happens when you sneeze in space?
2. Lily: What do you miss from Earth most while you are in space?
3. Andy: How do the plants grow differently in space than on Earth?
4. Kevin H.: From space, what area on Earth looks best?
5. Andrew B.: What do you do for fun while on the ISS?
6. Zane: Is it true that your spine grows abnormally in space?
7. Avani: Would you prefer to go on a spacewalk, or to go for a walk on Earth with gravity?
8. Staff/Audience Member: What is the first thing you will eat when you return to Earth?
9. Staff/Audience Member: What will you be doing today after you are done talking to us?
10. Staff/Audience Member: Which current science experiment on the ISS interests you most?
11. Staff/Audience Member: What is the most difficult job you do on the ISS?
12. Staff/Audience Member: How many sunsets do you see in a day?
13. Staff/Audience Member: What was the most difficult part of adjusting to weightlessness?
14. Staff/Audience Member: Where do you see human spaceflight in 50 years?
15. Staff/Audience Member: Do you have trouble running into things while moving about the ISS?