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Re: iss qso wed 2nd feb 2005 1254 utc

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  • Kg4LMU_John
    Those are some great question to ask! Although I have one to add. How often do you talk to your family. ... England
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 29, 2005
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      Those are some great question to ask! Although I have one to add.
      How often do you talk to your family.




      --- In ECHOLINK-RADIO@yahoogroups.com, "ian abel" <g3zhi@h...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > iss qso wed 2nd feb 2005 1254 utc
      >
      > i will relay this qso in the amsat conference room at 1254utc
      > anyone in europe can also listen direct to the iss on the downlink
      > frequency 145.800 fm the qso should last about 10mins
      >
      > 73 ian
      >
      > http://www.qsl.net/g3zhi
      >
      > 1132 Air Training Corps Squadron (Stalham), Norwich Norfolk
      England
      > direct via
      > GB2ATC.
      > Contact is a go for Wed 2005-02-02 12:54 UTC 67 deg
      >
      > Proposed questions for the Air Training Corps:
      > 1. How did you celebrate new years eve?
      > 2. How do you sleep and when?
      > 3. Where you able to see the Tsunami disaster?
      > 4. Who inspired you to become an astronaut?
      > 5. Who were your roll models from space exploration?
      > 6. Which are the largest man man object you can see?
      > 7. What is your favourite experience in space to date?
      > 8. Did you ever want to do anything other than be an astronaut?
      > 9. What do you eat in space and what does it taste like?
      > 10. What is the biggest object you can see over Britain?
      > 11. What type of drinks do you have aboard?
      > 12. What is your favourite view from space?
      > 13. What do you do in your spare time?
      > 14. What tests are you doing at present?
      > 15. What TV can you watch in space?
      > 16. When are you due to arrive back on earth?
      > 17. Would you like to visit another planet?
      > 18. What time zone do you observe in space?
      > 19. What is your height at the moment?
      > 20. What speed are you traveling?
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