NASA já está aceitando propostas de escolas dos Estados Unidos, museus, ciência centros e organizações de jovens da comunidade para hospedar um Radioamador na Estação Espacial Internacional de contato (ARISS) entre novembro de 1, de 2012 e 01 de maio de 2013. Para maximizar estes contato por rádio oportunidades, a NASA está à procura de organizações que atraem um grande número de participantes e integrar o contato em bem desenvolvido plano de educação. As propostas são devidos 2 de julho de 2012.
Utilizar o Rádio, os alunos podem fazer perguntas sobre astronautas a vida no espaço e outros tópicos relacionados com o espaço. Os alunos se engajarem no contacto ARISS, ajudando configurar um terreno de Radioamador estação na escola e depois usar essa estação para falar diretamente com um membro da tripulação na Estação Espacial Internacional por aproximadamente 10 minutos.ARISS tem uma rede de mentores para ajudar a organizações obter a tecnologia necessária para sediar este emocionante oportunidade para seus alunos.
Os interessados devem entrar em contato com o Escritório de Ensino Espacial da NASA via e-mail para JSC-TFS-ARISS@mail.nasa.gov para obter completo informações e o formulário de proposta / aplicação.
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RADIOAMADOR NA ESTAÇÃO ESPACIAL INTERNACIONAL ARISS
NASA is now accepting proposals for U.S. schools, museums, science centers and community youth organizations to host an Amateur Radio on International Space Station contact (ARISS) between November 1, 2012 and May 1, 2013. To maximize these opportunities radio contact, NASA is looking for organizations that attract a large number of participants and integrate the contact in well-developed education plan. Proposals are due July 2, 2012.Using the radio, students can ask questions about life in space astronauts and other space-related topics. Students engage in the ARISS contact by helping set up an amateur radio station on the ground school and then use this season to speak directly to a crew member on the International Space Station for about 10 minutos.ARISS has a network of mentors to help organizations get the technology required to host this exciting opportunity for their students.Those interested should contact the Office of Education NASA's Space via e-mail to JSC-TFS-ARISS@mail.nasa.gov for complete information and application form / application.You can find more information at:http://www.arrl.org/news/apply-to-host-a-real-time-conversation-with-iss-crewmembersIN AMATEUR RADIO INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ARISSOn November 28, 1983, Space Shuttle Mission STS-9 carrying launched Mission Specialist Owen Garriott, W5LFL amateur radio call sign, and his ham radio in orbit for 10 days on the space shuttle Columbia. For seven of those days, hams around the world heard the voice calling Garriott terrestrial radio stations ham. The calls reached from the classrooms of children to world leaders. Thanks to an amateur radio station aboard the International Space Station. - The conversation continues using amateur radio, students from around the world can ask questions about the lives of astronauts in space and other space-related topics. Students engage in the ARISS contact by helping set up an amateur radio ground station at school and then using the station to talk directly with the crew member on board for about 10 minutes, the time of an airline ticket International Space Station. ARISS is offered through a partnership between NASA, the American League radio relay, or ARRL, the Amateur Satellite Corporation, or AMSAT and other amateur radio organizations and space agencies of Russia, Canada, Japan and Europe. General information about ARISS can be found athttp :/ / www.spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/reference/radio/ → Is my organization eligible to submit a proposal to host an ARISS contact? If you represent an organization of education, formal or informal, and is located in the United States or its territories, you can submit a proposal. To request a planning guide and shape the proposal, write to JSC-TFS-ARISS@mail.nasa.gov. What is the timescale proposed? The schedule for submission of proposals, review and acceptance is governed by the International Space Station increment schedule. The number of contacts per increment is dependent on mission requirements and time tripulação.Envie an email to JSC-TFS-ARISS@mail.nasa.gov to receive information about the current term. Is there a cost? No. The ARISS contact is provided at no cost to the local host. The local host can incur costs ranging from the acquisition of technical equipment for transporting students. Other items to consider are media promotions, giveaways for participants and other miscellaneous items. What is the difference between a contact and a contact telebridge? During all the ARISS contacts, astronauts use an amateur radio station aboard the International Space Station. For direct contact, an amateur radio station set up at your location provides a direct radio link to the space station. To contact telebridge, an amateur radio ground station located in the rest of the world makes the radio link, and you use an ordinary telephone line to connect to a ground station. I need to decide on a direct contact or telebridge before I submit the proposal? No. Once your offer has been accepted, ARISS will help you determine what type of contact is the best for your organization. The audience size is needed to host an ARISS contact? Although there is no set rule for how large is the public should possívser, NASA is looking for big events that the community impacto.el schedule a contact for a specific event or date? ARISS contacts are generally not a good fit for the events that occur on a specific date. ARISS contacts are subject to real-time operations mission and often move in the timeline. Host organizations must be flexible and prepared to reschedule your event ARISS. What are my chances of getting an ARISS contact? ARISS receive many excellent proposals and has only a few opportunities to connect - so the competition is tough! But some organizations will host an ARISS Space Station during each mission, and one of the contacts can be yours! I am located outside the United States. How can I request a contact? If you are located outside the U.S., you will need to contact the ARISS representative for your region. The following are the regions:- Europe, Africa and the Middle East: Francesco De Paolis, IK0WGF school.selection.manager @ amsat.it.- Russia: Valeriy Agabekov, N2WW/UA6HZ firstname.lastname@example.org. - Japan and all countries of Southeast Asia and Oceania Pacific: Keigo Komuro, JA1KABiaruemail@example.com. jp. - Canada and all other countries: Maurice-André Vigneault, VE3VIG firstname.lastname@example.org.Related Sites