La station ISS a rendez vous le lundi 27 mai:
- 16h31 UTC avec Pacific Coast Schools, Los Suenos, Costa Rica
- 19h44 UTC Mildred Hall School, Yellowknife, NT, Canada
La conversation se fera en anglais par télébridge entre David St-Jacques KG5FYI et IK1SLD pour le premier et OR4ISS et ON4ISS pour le 2ème.
Le signal sera donc audible en Europe sur 145.800 MHz en FM narrow
Liste des questions
- 1. What sentiments and feelings did you have when seeing space for the first time?
- 2. A journey to Mars will have to deal with multiple gravity transitions. Are there any projects of experiments that were proposed for this matter by space agencies?
- 3. How do you think the astronaut business will change with the advent of self-funded private human spaceflight?
- 4. Given your background as a physician, what areas of medicine do you think will be key to innovate and research to successfully undertake long term deep space missions?
- 5. What advice would you give to young students interested on being an astronaut or being involved in human spaceflight?
- 6. How will the space station influence the future plans for reaching the moon in 2024?
- 7. How much time did it take you to learn to fly a jet and what did you enjoy the most about that experience?
- 8. What challenging experiences did you have to face in order to become an astronaut?
- 9. Given your extremely great time management skills for being able to accomplish your 3 majors, and such other studies. What advice could you give other people about time management skills?
- 10. Of the experiments that you are working on right now on the ISS, what is your favorite? And what’s it about?
- 11. Will your research on long distance medicine have an impact on medical services provided to remote communities, like Canada’s Inuit people?
- 12. Now that you have experienced living in space for several months, what are two things you would recommend space ships have incorporated in their design for long term space voyages?
- 13. Will you please come and visit us at TEC when you and your family are on your next trip to Costa Rica?
- 1. Why is space travel so important to astronauts and other humans?
- 2. I saw a picture you took of the northern lights and we have a lot of them over here in Yellowknife. Are you able to fly through the northern lights?
- 3. How do you see the sun from where you are? Is there a sunrise or sunset? Is it different to how we see it on Earth?
- 4. How long are you there and how long can a person stay in space? Does it affect your body in anyway, causing irreversible consequences?
- 5. Do you constantly work up there? Do you do anything for fun? If so, what?
- 6. What is your favorite thing about being in space?
- 7. What is the most challenging thing about being in space?
- 8. Does your hair and nails grow at the same rate in space? Is there anything different about the way they grow?
- 9. If there is an emergency on the space station and you have to escape, is there an emergency pod? If not, what happens?
- 10. What is gravitational time dilation?
- 11. How do you keep time in space? Are you in a time zone?
- 12. Do you think humans will ever live on another planet?
- 13. What were you thinking when you blasted off?
- 14. What is the strangest thing you have ever seen or experienced in space?
- 15. Is it as silent as movies show? Why?
- 16. What do you miss the most while you are there?