Capt. Sunita Williams (NA1SS) - National Electronics Museum, Linthicum, MD, 1505 UTC on 01 September 2012

Capt. Sunita Williams (NA1SS) speaks to youth at the National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD, U.S.A. at 1505 UTC on 01 September 2012 via telebridge station K3CUJ. She answered the following questions:

1. What was the scariest part about being in space?
2. How does solar activity affect you while you're in the space station?
3. What's the smallest object on earth you can identify from space?
4. When you look at Earth what do you see?
5. Is the food all freeze dried? Do you have Twinkies?
6. Are you required to have a ham license to go to space?
7. Is Ham Radio fun?
8. How do you contact your family from space?
9. How far does your radio reach?
10. Did you ever experience anything that no amount of training could have prepared you for?
11. Is the experience of space what you expected?
12. Does being up in space get boring after a while?
13. How many times a day do you circle the earth?
14. What do you miss?

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Sunita Williams (NA1SS) - National Electronics Museum 1 Sep 2012

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