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Upcoming ARISS contact with Ritsumeikan Moriyama JuniorHigh School, Moriyama, Japan



An International Space Station school contact has been planned with participants at Ritsumeikan Moriyama Junior High School, Moriyama, Japan, on 29 Dec. The event is scheduled to begin at approximately 09:30 UTC. The duration of the contact is approximately 9 minutes and 30 seconds. The contact will be direct between NA1SS and 8N3RM. The contact should be audible over Japan and adjacent areas. Interested parties are invited to listen in on the 145.80 MHz downlink. The contact is expected to be conducted in Japanese.

 

 

立命館守山中学校・高等学校の門をたたく君たちが羽ばたこうとしている未来には、大きな世界が広がっています。だからこそあらゆる時代、あらゆる場所で糧となり、生涯にわたって役に立つ本物の「知的実力」を育んでほしい。立命館守山は、中学校から高等学校、立命館大学・大学院へと続く一貫教育の中でそれを豊かに育てます。高い学力と豊かな人間性を育む「文理融合教育」、論理的思考力や科学的発想力を磨く「理数・科学教育」、グローバル時代に活躍できる先進的「英語教育」や高度な「国際化教育」、地域に学び、社会の中で生かさせてもらっていることを知る「体験型教育」、そんなここにしかない学びを通じて、一人ひとりの能力や個性を大きく伸ばすことができます。「立命館」の名前の由来となっている「立命」とは、「一生涯勉強に努める」ことの大切さを意味しています。学びは中学・高校だけで終わりません。夢に向かってこれからも成長を遂げていく。そんな君たちのスタート地点が、ここ立命館守山中学校・高等学校です。

 

 

 

The 21st century requires us to have an international awareness of scientific, technological and social interaction in this turbulent age. Taking full advantage of a continuous education system as an affiliated school of Ritsumeikan University and Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, we develop students' motivation and spirit of inquiry. Students enjoy the surrounding beautiful nature and great Lake Biwa, and the wonderful school life on a brand new campus. They also have opportunities to encounter various people; both local and from all over the world. We provide integrated programs of science and humanities, and advanced placement programs closely cooperating with the colleges of Ritsumeikan University, as well as a wide variety of field research and active learning. I believe our students' training, inspiration and talents will contribute to the world. The world is our stage: We will create it.

 

 

 

1.  宇宙に来て一番感動したことは何ですか

 

2. 宇宙人と交信するミッションをする時にどうするのですか

 

3.  宇宙飛行士の魅力は何ですか

 

4.スペースシャトルではコマがよくこまが回りますが、宇宙では、空気抵抗がないから  半永久的に回るのですか

 

5.宇宙ステーションでは緊急時の対策としてどんなことをしていますか

 

6.未確認飛行物体を見たことはありますか

 

7.宇宙飛行士は帰ってきた時すぐに歩けないというのは本当ですか

 

8.今、宇宙船であったら便利なものは何ですか

 

9.国際宇宙ステーション(ISS)にはどれくらいの水を持っていくのですか

 

10.家での料理が恋しくなりませんか

 

11.宇宙飛行士になるために何が一番大変でしたか

 

12. ISSでは洗濯をしますか

 

13.宇宙食は地球と宇宙でどちらがおいしいですか

 

14.宇宙での生活時間は何が基準ですか

 

15.大気圏から出た瞬間体はどう感じますか

 

16.水で起こる事故にはどんなものがありますか

 

17. ISSでの生活で困ることは何ですか

 

18.宇宙に出発するときに何を心配しますか

 

19.なぜ宇宙飛行士になったのですか

 

20.どの宇宙食が好きですか

 

21.今まで宇宙で危険だと思ったことはありますか

 

22.宇宙服を着たまま宇宙に出た時の体感温度はどう感じますか

 

23. 今まで宇宙で見た一番きれいな光景は何ですか

 

 

 

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

 

1.  When were you impressed most in space?

2.  What will you do if you have a mission to contact an alien?

3.  What are the attractive points of being an astronaut?

4.  In the space shuttle, a top spins very well. There is no air resistance 

    in space. So is it 

    possible to spin semi permanently?

5.  What kind of measures do you take for an emergency at the International 

    Space Station?

6.  Have you ever seen a UFO in the space?

7.  I heard that astronauts can’t walk easily when they come back to earth. 

    Is it true?

8.  What are the most convenient things to have in the International Space 

    Station?

9.  How much water do you bring to the International Space Station?

10. Do you miss your home food?

11. What was the hardest thing to become an astronaut?

 

12. Do you wash clothes in the International Space Station?

13. Which is more delicious, when you eat space food in space or on the 

    Earth?

14. Which standard Earth time do you use in space?

15. How does your body feel when you leave the Earth’s atmosphere?

16. What accidents happen with water in the space?

17. What trouble in your life do you have at the International Space 

    Station?

18. What did you worry about when you departed for space?

19. Why did you become an astronaut?

20. What space food do you like?

21. Have you ever had a dangerous experience in space?

22. What is the temperature in space with a space suit? Is it cold or hot?

23. What is the most beautiful scene that you have ever seen in space?

 

 

 

 

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Next planned event(s):

 

TBD

 

 

ARISS is an international educational outreach program partnering the participating space agencies, NASA, Russian Space Agency, ESA, CNES, JAXA, and CSA, with the AMSAT and IARU organizations from participating countries.

 

ARISS offers an opportunity for students to experience the excitement of Amateur Radio by talking directly with crewmembers on-board the International Space Station. Teachers, parents and communities see, first hand, how Amateur Radio and crewmembers on ISS can energize youngsters' interest in science, technology, and learning. Further information on the ARISS program is available on the website http://www.ariss.org/ (graciously hosted by the Radio Amateurs of Canada).

 

Thank you & 73,

David – AA4KN

 

 


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