Greenville Elementary School
made a successful contact with
NA1SS on the International Space Station (ISS)
 May 6, 2011 1317 Hrs. CDT


Greenville, IL

 

 

 

 

ISS CONTACT OPERATORS

 



ISS over Miami, FL (photo courtesy NASA)



Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA


ISS looking down on Earth (photo courtesy NASA)

     
 


View the video of our ISS contact here

Video Produced by Marc Seale N9LIS & Prof. Deloy Cole of Greenville College


Ken KK9N at Station Controls


GES Ham Radio Club with Mentors


Okaw Valley ARC Technician Crew

QUESTIONS

Cody: 
What do you do with the garbage?

Cameryn: 
Can you see rainbows from space?


Cody
KC9SHW


Cameryn
 KC9SHF
KC9SHF


Jackie
KC9UBF
 

Samantha
KC9PBC
 
QUESTIONS

Jackie:
What is the best part of being on the Space Station?

Samantha:   Did you feel nervous when lifting off on the Shuttle
and what did it feel like?

Logan:  What do you do if you get hurt or catch a cold?

Kaitlynn:  What do you do when you need to change clothes in space?


Logan
KC9SHX
 

Kaitlynn
KC9SHZ
 

Austin
KC9PAZ
 

Luke
KC9PAF
 
Austin:  What do the planets and Earth look like from the space station?

Luke:  How do you prepare for missions? Is training very tiring?

George:  How well do you sleep in Space and does time feel different?

Maddie:  Do you think you will have problems with your muscles
 when you return to Earth?


George
KC9UBG
 

Maddie
KC9SIC
 

Helen
KC9PPG
 

Kayla
KC9PPF
 
Helen:  Does your sense of smell change in Space?

Kayla:  What do you do in your free time? Do  you have
TV, internet and music?

 

Harley:  Why did you want to become an astronaut?

Hannah:  How does the human body react when returning to Earth?


Harley
KC9UBE
 

Hannah
KC9OYJ
 

Josh
KC9SIA
 

Justin
KC9SIK
 
Josh:  How is life without gravity?
 Is it possible to create artificial gravity?

Justin:  Can you bring dogs or cats into space?

          Page Updated  09/01/2011