Recored Radio Contacts with the ISS

School contact with "Marco D’oggiono" (Italy) on 8 March 2011

Hi,

this is what I recorded today on 145.800 during the contact with the "Marco D'oggiono" italian school. The astronaut who speaks is Paolo Nespoli.

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Radio: AOR AR-3000A
Antenna: two fixed folded dipoles for polar NOAA satellites (~137 mhz)
Preamplifier: 130-145 mhz 3,2 db preamplifier
Software used for recording: Audacity
Place: Bari, Italy
Maximum elevation: 82°

I will post the translation later.

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solletichino999 – Tue, 2011 – 03 – 08 09:40

ISS school contact in the Canary Islands, Spain.

Another School Contact with Spain, TNX Paolo.

Good! voice signal from IM77OU on 145.800 FM.
http://www.isscontact.eu/ISS_Contact_2011/Portada.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4JSIhbLVLc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv82EulUE0M

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EA7OP – Thu, 2011 – 03 – 03 09:31

Feb 22 08:04 UTC Dr. Cady Coleman School Contact with Preston North East Primary School, Preston, Victoria, Australia

This was a 10 degree pass for me in Southern Wisconsin, pardon any noise on the recording. Got up to question #7 before loss of signal. KC9QKU

Preston North East Primary School, Preston, Victoria, Australia
Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:
1. How does the ISS move around Earth without an engine?
2. What can you tell us about the 'lotus plant' inspired space gear protection?
3. What happens if there is an emergency onboard the ISS if there are no contacts?

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KC9QKU – Tue, 2011 – 02 – 22 21:21

ARISSat-1 FM Message

I heard ARISSat-1 FM massege over JAPAN (2011-02-10 UTC19:56)
Strong signal.

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Tetsurou Satou – Thu, 2011 – 02 – 10 15:48

ISS school contact from the Bühl-Realschule in Dornstadt, Germany

Having some severe trouble regarding the weather during the beginning of the contact let us think the contact may fail. Heavy ice fog was present and it was snowing, so an additional, unwanted attenuation of the downlink signal lead to unreadable downlink signals. Other hams reported that Cady Coleman already answered our calls several times before we could hear her talk. In the end we were very lucky to get all of our 20 questions through. :)

73s de DB6BD

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DB6BD – Sun, 2011 – 02 – 06 18:24

IR0ISS School Contact: Primary school "Alessandro Cialdi", Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy - Saturday, 29 January, 2010 at 10:31 UTC

radio: portable TH-79 Kenwood freq: 145.800 Registrazione effettuata all'aperto con radio palmare. [i]I have made this recording with hand set radio in an open space.[/i] Il QSO è in italiano con Paolo Nespoli che risponde alle domande degli studenti. [i]QSO is in italian with Paolo Nespoli who answers to the students' questions.[/i] Queste sono le domande [i]These are the questions to the answers i have recorded.[/i] 2. Roberta: Qual è lo scopo della missione? 3. Gioele: Qual è il tuo compito sulla ISS? 4. Emanuele: Perché hai scelto di fare l'astronauta? 5.
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IR0ISS School Contact: Primary school "Alessandro Cialdi", Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy - Saturday, 29 January, 2010 at 10:31 UTC

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iz1rfd – Sat, 2011 – 01 – 29 18:59

Dr. Cady Coleman Speaks to Students at Foster Heights Elementary, Bardstown, KY, U.S.A. on 28 January 2011 at 1612 UTC

Dr. Cady Coleman speaks to students at Foster Heights Elementary, Bardstown, KY, U.S.A. in a scheduled ARISS contact on 28 January 2011 at 1612 UTC via K4SSA.

Students asked the following questions:

1. What do the stars look like from space?
2. How far do you go into space?
3. What does it feel like to be in space?
4. How do you make your food in space?
5. Have you ever lost anything in space?
6. What is your favorite thing to eat while in space?
7. What do you do for entertainment?
8. Are there windows that you can see out from? If so, what do you see?

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Dr. Cady Coleman contact with Foster Heights Elementary

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AL0I – Fri, 2011 – 01 – 28 12:02

IR0ISS 2nd passage School Contact Istituto Comprensivo Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy - Sat, 15 January 2011 at 10:44 UTC

ant: vertical freq: 145.800 Questo è il secondo passaggio della ISS sull'Italia [url=http://www.issfanclub.com/node/30314](link al primo)[/url] [i]This is the second passage of the ISS over Italy [url=http://www.issfanclub.com/node/30314](this link the first one)[/url][/i] Questo passaggio avevo un disturbo più forte sulla frequenza, ma sono riuscito ad ascoltare gran parte del QSO. [i]This time i had a more intense disturb on the frequency.[/i] Il QSO è in italiano con Paolo Nespoli che risponde alla seconda parte delle domande degli studenti. [i]QSO is in italian with Paolo Nes
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IR0ISS 2nd passage School Contact Istituto Comprensivo Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy - Sat, 15 January 2011 at 10:44 UTC

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iz1rfd – Sat, 2011 – 01 – 15 06:12

IR0ISS 1st passage School Contact Istituto Comprensivo Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy - Sat, 15 January 2011 at 9:04 UTC

ant: vertical freq: 145.800 Questa volta avevo un disturbo sulla frequenza e sono riuscito ad ascoltare solo la prima parte del QSO perchè poi la ISS è tramontata dietro le montagne. [i]This time i had a disturb on the frequency and i've been able to listen only the first part of the qso because ISS has been shield by mountains.[/i] Il QSO è in italiano con Paolo Nespoli che risponde alla prima parte delle domande degli studenti. [i]QSO is in italian with Paolo Nespoli who answers to the firsrt part of the students' questions.[/i] 73 Giorgio IZ1RFD
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IR0ISS 1st passage School Contact Istituto Comprensivo Via Toscana 2 Civitavecchia, Roma, Italy - Sat, 15 January 2011 at 9:04

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iz1rfd – Sat, 2011 – 01 – 15 04:44

15 jan 2011 voice record

from TA1BM ISTANBUL

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TA1BM – Sat, 2011 – 01 – 15 04:29
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