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The students at the 
Ecole De la Source, Mascouche, Quebec,Canada had a very good  contact with the ISS - most of the questions listed below were answered by John Phillips and I was listening on the 145.800
down frequency. Arthur N1ORC

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

1. How long does it take to put on your space suit to go out of the
2. How can you have fresh air inside the ISS?
3. Could pregnant women go to space? Could it be dangerous for them?
4. If someone gets badly hurt, what can you do?
5. Do you feel trapped living in a restraining space? What do you do to
overcome this feeling?
6. What ever happens to all the trash and garbage you have inside the
7. What kind of food do you eat in space? Do you like it?
8. What do you do when you have free time?
9. What is the temperature outside the ISS?
10. Would it be possible for a fly or a bird to fly inside the ISS?
11. Do you often use the robot arm Canadarm?
12. How many people can live at the same time inside the ISS?
13. How far are you from the Earth?
14. From Earth, how long does it take to arrive at the ISS?
15. Could the ISS be hit by meteorites? Could you avoid them?
16. Do you have a lot of food and water? How long can you live on this
food and water?
17. How long does it take to go from one end to the other, inside the
18. How well do you see the Milky Way?
19. How can you wash yourself in space?
20. How do you sleep inside the ISS? Do you sleep for long periods of
time? Are you comfortable to sleep?
21. Do you sometimes feel disoriented when you perform a task inside or
outside the ISS?
22. Do you have to exercise every day? How long each time?
23. Do you get used to living without gravity?
24. How many times do you orbit around the Earth in 24 hours?
25. Can you change the path of the ISS?
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