Woensdag 19 juni 2019, 8:49 UTC, ARISS – ISS schoolcontact met Tasmanië ook via internet te volgen

Op woensdag 19 juni om 8:49 UTC is weer een schoolcontact met David St-Jacques, KG5FYI, in het internationale ruimtestation ISS gepland. De school is dit keer in Tasmanië (Australië) gelegen en buiten ons bereik. Het contact is echter een telebridge verbinding die via het ARISS grondstation van IK1SLD in Italie loopt. Daardoor zal een groot deel van het contact ook hier in Nederland rechtstreeks te volgen zijn op 145,800 MHz in FM. Bijzonder is dat Claudio, IK1SLD, zijn activiteit en de audio van het contact rechtstreeks via internet doorgeeft. Het webadres hiervoor is www.ariotti.com. Zijn webstream start 15 minuten voor aanvang van het contact met ISS.

Hieronder volgt de voorstelling van de school en de lijst met vragen die door de kinderen gesteld gaan worden.


73’s PE1KEH




ARISS – ISS schoolcontact for Tasmania web streamed

An International Space Station school contact has been planned for David St-Jacques KG5FYI with participants at King Island District High School, Currie, TAS, Australia.

The event is scheduled Wednesday June 19, 2019 to begin at approximately 08:49 UTC, which is 10:49 CEST.

The contact will be a telebridge operated by IK1SLD, located in northern Italy. The downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz

Moreover, the event will be web streamed on <www.ariotti.com> starting about 15 min before AOS

School Information:

King Island District High School is located in the Bass Strait off the North West Coast of Tasmania. We cater for approximately 210 students from Kinder to Year 10. Our school is at the heart of our community, we value each student and their family. We have been striving to create resilient, innovative lifelong learners; our school has been on a learning journey with Literacy and Numeracy as our core fundamentals. Our students have the opportunities for on-island and off-island camps from Year 3 and up, we participate in sporting events in mainland Tasmania, we have students from Kinder to Year 10 being able to access specialist Music and Art lessons. We are grateful to have a well resourced MDT room, Computer Lab, kitchen which has then eventuated into a school café ‘The Rock Café’, which offers café style lunches, drinks and monthly dinners to our community giving our students first-hand experience of hospitality. We are also in the process of building our own golf hole to fit in with the islands golfing influx of late.

Students First Names & Questions:

1. Brooke: Why did you become an astronaut?
2. Declan: What training do you need to be an astronaut to go to space and where did you do your training?
3. Tia: What sort of food do you eat and how do you determine your meal times in space?
4. Evan: What do you d in your spare time so you don’t get bored while in space?
5. Molly: Does it get lonely in space?
6. Katina: How do you exercise in space?
7. Angus: How old is the International Space Station and do parts wear out in space like they do on earth?
8. Ameila: What is your job on the ISS and how do you do it?
9. Carlos: What are space worms and why are they so important in space?
10. Lawson: How long does it take to orbit the earth?
11. Caedel: Have you researched the black hole and if so, how big is it?
12. Angus: What kind of research do you do?
13. Janelle: Do you have any advice for any of our students wishing to follow in your career path?