Recored Radio Contacts with the ISS

Mike Fossum (NA1SS) - Pine Tree Middle School Contact on 09 September 2011 at 1452 UTC

Mike Fossum (NA1SS) speaks with students at Pine Tree Middle School, Longview, TX, USA on 09 September 2011 at 1452 UTC via WE5PT. Fossum answers the following questions in the recording (which starts well after the beginning of the contact):

10. What’s it like to work at the ISS?
11. How does it feel to be in zero gravity?
12. How many days of food, water, and air do you have aboard the ISS?
13. What is the most interesting thing you’ve done during the mission?
14. If you weren’t an astronaut, what would you be and why?
15. Is it really hot or cold in space?

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Mike Fossum (NA1SS)-Pine Tree Middle School Contact, 09 Sep. 2011

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AL0I – Fri, 2011 – 09 – 09 11:48

ARISSAT-1 VOICE MESSAGE 05. September 2011 at 15:29:18 UTC

Date: 05. September 2011
UTC: 15:29:18

Azimut: 311,6°
Elevation: 48,8°
Distance: JN77sn to ARISSAT-1 = 496,755 km

vy 73 to ALL de Christian
(SWL-CHMY in JN77sn)

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145.950 MHZ in FM ARISSAT-1 VOICE MESSAGE 05.09.2011 - 15:29:18 UTC

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SWL-CHMY – Mon, 2011 – 09 – 05 12:56

Dr. Satoshi Furukawa (NA1SS) - Merritt Island H.S. Contact on 30 August 2011 at 1811 UTC

Dr. Satoshi Furukawa (NA1SS) speaks with students at Merritt Island High School, Merritt Island, FL, U.S.A. on 30 August 2011 at 1811 UTC. Dr. Furukawa answered the following questions in the recording (which begins well after the start of the contact):

5. Since you are a medical doctor, what kind of tests and experiments are you currently performing on the ISS?
6. Are you able to communicate with your family and friends during your stay on the ISS?
7. What would happen if you ran out of supplies on the ISS?
8. What risks do you encounter on a daily basis on the ISS?

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Dr. Satoshi Furukawa - Merritt Island H.S. Contact -30 Aug 2011

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AL0I – Tue, 2011 – 08 – 30 14:56

Arissat1 on a jpole 20 feet up ( aug 14 2011) with SSTV

here is the entire recording of tonights arissat1 pass including the sstv

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voice message and sstv trnasmission

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kb0zuu – Sun, 2011 – 08 – 14 23:50

ARISSAT-1 Message with the historical conversation!

I receive ARISSAT-1 on 145.950 MHZ in FM
on the 08. August 2011 at 22:14 UTC in JN77sn with

Azimut: 77,5°
Elevation: 16,9°
Distance: JN77sn to ARISSAT-1 = 1.056,658 km

You can hear the historical conversation between Yuri Gagrin and the russian ground control.
At the end you hear the secret word what you need for the ARISSAT-1/KEDR Reception Report Certificates.
I am pleased to receive this historical conversation via ARISSAT-1.

vy 73 to ALL de Christian
(SWL-CHMY in JN77sn)

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145.950 MHZ in FM ARISSAT - MSG with the historical conversation!

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SWL-CHMY – Fri, 2011 – 08 – 12 15:17

Ron Garan NA1SS contacts Nova Youth Hostel in Perugia, Italy via telebridge K6DUE on 8/11/11 at 08:50 UTC

Nice bright overhead pass just before sunrise here in eastern Pennsylvania, USA, a rare opportunity to both see and hear the ISS. First time hearing Ron Garan on the radio talking to students in Italy. Listening on a heldheld scanner with a 1/4-wave mag-mount mobile antenna, recorded with a digital voice recorder. slowdownracer KB3VQP

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Ron Garan on 8/11/11 at 08:50 UTC

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slowdownracer – Thu, 2011 – 08 – 11 06:02

ARISSAT-1 greeting messages

ARISSAT-1 greeting messages recoded at 2011-07-31 at 02:05 UTC
Very weak signal (250 milliwatt).

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ARISSAT-1 greeting messages

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pd4u – Sun, 2011 – 07 – 31 13:07

NA1SS (Col. Mike Fincke) working U.S. stations on 28 May 2011 at 1600 UTC

Col. Mike Fincke (NA1SS) works U.S. stations on 28 May 2011 at 1600 UTC. Stations include the following: Wisconsin station, Ryan, K5LMB, KD0?, KB1PVH, Ken (?HLH), Rick from Youngstown, OH (KDORY?).

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Col. Mike Fincke (NA1SS) wks U.S. stations on 2011 May 28

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AL0I – Sat, 2011 – 05 – 28 12:46

Dr. Cady Coleman Speaks to Students of St. Michael School in Schererville, Indiana. May 9, 2011 18:00 UTC

I was able to receive answers to question 5 to 15.
KC9QKU

St. Michael School is located in Schererville, Indiana. The school
which was built in 1900, has an enrollment of 336 students in grades
preschool through grade eight.

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

1. Was it difficult to fight G-Forces when you flew up to the space
station?
2. Are you allowed to communicate with family back home?
3. What happens if someone gets sick in space?
4. What is your job in the space station?
5. Do you ever feel claustrophobic?
6. How do you keep clean?

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KC9QKU – Mon, 2011 – 05 – 09 21:25

Paolo Nespoli contacts Istituto Sociale in Italy on 4/14/11 at 08:45 UTC via K6DUE telebridge

heard and saw the ISS pass over eastern PA on 4/14/11 from 8:45 to 8:51 UTC
school contact in Italian with the Istituto Sociale via K6DUE in Greenbelt, MD
partly cloudy skies, but still saw the ISS on NNE pass at 45 degrees peak altitude
I think it begins at ISS calling the school, ends with loss of signal
any translation would be greatly appreciated
listening with scanner radio, recorded with digital recorder
slowdownracer KB3VQP

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Paolo Nespoli on 4/14/11 at 8:45 UTC

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slowdownracer – Thu, 2011 – 04 – 14 11:38
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