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ARISS le 12 décembre 2016 TOULOUSE
ARISS contact planned for school in Toulouse, France
An International Space Station radio contact has been planned for astronaut Thomas Pesquet KG5FYG with Maristes High School, Toulouse, France.
The event is scheduled Monday December 12, 2016 at approximately 13:29 UTC, which is 14:29 CEWT.
This will be a direct radio contact, operated by F8IDR.
The downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz.
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. Olivia (9th Grade): Quelle a été votre réaction en entrant dans l'ISS?
2. Pierre-Jean (9th Grade): Pourquoi avez-vous choisi ce métier?
3. Ilona (9th Grade): Quelle a été votre réaction lors de l’annonce de votre mission?
4. Eugénie (9th Grade): Combien de temps a duré l’entrainement?
5. Maelys (9th Grade): Quelle est la chose le plus surprenante dans l’espace?
6. Timothee (9th Grade): Que mangez-vous?
7. Aulmy (9th Grade): Aimez-vous la nourriture?
8. Gauthier (9th Grade): Quelles sont vos activités quotidiennes?
9. Leo (9th Grade): Que préférez vous faire à bord?
10. Guillaume (9th Grade): Avez-vous la sensation de voler
11. Ines (9th Grade): Comment vous reposez-vous?
12. Estelle (9th Grade): Que vous manque t-il le plus?
13. Claire (9th Grade): Votre famille vous manque t-elle?
14. Etienne (9th Grade): Comment gardez vous le contact avec votre famille ou vos amis?
15. Cesar (9th Grade): Quelle est la chose la plus difficile à réaliser dans l’espace?
16. Roxane (9th Grade): Comment vous lavez-vous dans l’espace?
17. Sarah (9th Grade): Comment faites-vous votre lessive?
18. Melvin (9th Grade): A quelle fréquence faites-vous de l’exercice?
19. Leandre (9th Grade): Quels sont les mauvais côtés d’être un astronaute?
20. Augustin (9th Grade): Quelle sera votre vie d'astronaute après votre retour sur terre? Une autre mission?
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.
Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
Source directe from ON4WF
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