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Station Spatiale Internationale
Levez les oreilles vers le ciel... et écoutez l'ISS !

Un matériel très modeste permet d'écouter les contacts radio entre la Station Spatiale Internationale et la terre. Il est même possible d'écouter la station sans aucun matériel radio en utilisant, à distance, des récepteurs radio situés un peu partout dans le monde.
Sur cette page, vous trouverez quelques enregistrements que j'ai réalisés.

Bonne écoute !

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Contact ARISS du 01/08/2017 de 20h21 à 20h27 (CEST)
Matériel 1 (écoute et enregistrement) : Clé USB SDR Nooelec NESDR Smart + antenne télescopique déportée + logiciel gqrx.
Matériel 2 (écoute) : Baofeng UV-5R + antenne retevis RHD-771.
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à Fonsorbes (31).

Etablissement de la communication :

Question 1. What are the current research projects that you have on board the ISS? Which experiment are you carrying out?
Réponse non reçue

Question 2. What skills do you need to become an astronaut and how do you acquire them?
Réponse non reçue

Question 3. What was the most important or most spectacular scientific discovery made on the ISS up to now?

Question 4. What if somebody gets seriously sick?

Question 5. What was your motivation to become an astronaut?

Question 6. What was the most critical situation on the station so far?

Question 7. Can you see our Jamboree site from space and could it help if we shine a laser pen towards the ISS?

Question 8. How do the constellation of the stars change compared to the view from the Earth?

Question 9. How often are you working outside in Space? Is it dangerous?

Question 10. How do you shower in space?

Question 11. Is it possible to see the romantic sunsets from the ISS like from the Earth? Or even polar lights? What about rainbows?

Question 12. What happens, when a meteorite hits the space station?

Question 13. How does the food taste?

Question 14. When you are looking out of the window towards the Earth, do you sometimes think of the insignificance of humanity or of your own person?

Question 15. What is the most annoying thing up there?

Question 16. What are you most excited about, when you are back on Earth?
Réponse non reçue, connexion perdue

Question 17. How do you experience the day-night-rhythm?
Réponse non reçue, connexion perdue

Question 18. Do you have plants?
Réponse non reçue, connexion perdue

Question 19. You've been away from home for a long time. How is that for you?
Réponse non reçue, connexion perdue

Question 20. What do you miss most?
Réponse non reçue, connexion perdue

Communication complète :
Contact de test du 12/08/2017 de 19h32 à 19h39 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : Baofeng UV-5R + antenne retevis RHD-771 / enregistrement sur smartphone
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à Arquejols (43).

Contact de test entre IZØJPA (Paolo Nespoli) et IKØWGF (Francesco De Paolis, reponsable ARISS Europe) :
Contact ARISS du 08/09/2017 de 19h05 à 19h13 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Cedar City dans l'Utah
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à distance à Cedar City (Utah) via le web depuis Noyelles les Seclin (59).
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)

Contact ARISS entre l'ISS et l'école Meadows Elementary School, Manhattan Beach, CA.
Contact entendu à partir de la question 8. Réception de certaines réponses difficile. Contact perdu après la question 18.

Question 1. How do you get picked to be an astronaut?
Question 2. What kind of experiments do you do in space?
Question 3. How do you eat without your food flying away?
Question 4. Is it colorful in space?
Question 5. How long did it take to get to the ISS?
Question 6. What is something that you do in space that is different than on Earth?
Question 7. How do you take a shower in space?
Question 8. Has the ISS ever been hit by a meteorite?
Question 9. How long does your oxygen tank last when you are on a spacewalk?
Question 10. How many rooms does the ISS have?
Question 11. Does anyone ever get sick with a cold or the flu on the ISS?
Question 12. What do you sleep in at night? Do you have space pajamas?
Question 13. Who inspired you to be an astronaut?
Question 14. What is the one of the most interesting things you have seen when you are in space?
Question 15. What do you do to relax when you are in space?
Question 16. What is the most interesting job you have done on the ISS?
Question 17. What does a sunrise or sunset on Earth look like from space?
Question 18. What is something that you miss about Earth?
Question 19. Can you see stars from the ISS?
Question 20. What does space sound like? Can you hear anything?
Question 21. What should a student study in school to be an astronaut?

Communication complète :
Contact ARISS du 03/10/2017 de 17h32 à 17h39 (CEST)
Matériel 1 (écoute et enregistrement): récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Annemasse (Haute-Savoie).
Matériel 2 (écoute) : Baofeng UV-5R + antenne retevis RHD-771
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à distance à Annemasse (Haute-Savoie) via le web depuis Castelnau-le-Lez (34).

Contact ARISS entre l'ISS et l'école Kugluktuk High School, au Nunavut, Canada. Contact réalisé en télébridge opéré par IK1SLD (Italie) lors d'un passage au dessus de l'Europe, ce qui a permis d'écouter ce contact avec l'école pourtant située au Canada.
Contact entendu à partir de la question 1. Réception très difficile à partir de la question 9. Contact perdu après la question 12.

Question 1. How much longer will the space station be in operation?
Question 2. The next space station is planned for a moon orbit, why a moon orbit?
Question 3. What is the longest we can stay in space given the present technology on the ISS?
Question 4. Are there any plans to build gravity modules for the space station and will this allow us to stay longer in space?
Question 5. What is the greatest challenge facing you on space station?
Question 6. What is the most important qualification or attribute one can have to seek out a career involving work in space?
Question 7. What long term impacts occur to those who stay in space for long periods, if any?
Question 8. What is daily life like on space station – do you follow a schedule?
Question 9. Did you change your diet in preparation for space life or can you eat most of the same foods?
Question 10. What are the impacts of zero gravity on overall digestive function?
Question 11. Besides humans, what other life forms do you have on board?
Question 12. How long can the space station last in orbit without any rocket boost to maintain its orbit?
Question 13. Do you ever fly over the Artic and what does that look like from up there?
Question 14. Does space look different from where you are?

Communication complète :
Contact ARISS du 11/10/2017 de 13h48 à 13h56 (CEST)
Matériel 1 (écoute et enregistrement contact): récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Rion (Grèce).
Matériel 2 (écoute et enregistrement établissement de la communication): récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Castellammare (Italie).
Astronaute : Joe Acaba (KE5DAR), utilisant l'identifiant 4OØISS
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à distance à Rion (Grèce) via le web depuis Noyelles les Seclin (59).

Contact ARISS entre l'ISS et l'école primaire "21st of May" siruée à Podgorica au Montenegro.
Contact entendu à partir de la question 1. Contact perdu après la question 12.

Question 1. Atena (12): What happens if a space rock hits that little space ship in a certain place, and breaks something inside there, what do the astronauts do?
Question 2. Vukan (12): Do you have some funny moments in non-gravity space?
Question 3. Berna (12): Do you listen to music in the space?
Question 4. Andrija (12): What did you feel like the first time you went to space?
Question 5. Jelena (12): How do you take a shower?
Question 6. Nemanja (13): What are you going to do when you see an asteroid that is going straight to hit the Earth?
Question 7. Ajsa (12): Can you really see the Great Wall of China or any other man-made buildings from the space?
Question 8. Bogdan (12): Are you afraid that something could go wrong with the spaceship or your space suits at any moment?
Question 9. Milica (12): Is it hard to stay up there without your loved ones, family and friends?
Question 10. Pavle (12): What happens when you go out of the space station and gravity of the planet pulls you away?
Question 11. Iva (13): Do you lose weight while orbiting Earth in your spaceship on your missions?
Question 12. Dorde (12): Do you get along with your partners at the station and on the ship?
Question 13. Jelena (12): Do you know what happens in the black hole?
Question 14. Amer (12): Is it possible to cry in space?
Question 15. Mia (13): Have you ever seen anything weird in space?
Question 16. Risto (13): Is your suit very heavy to wear?
Question 17. Sofija (12): Time is different in space, so do the astronauts age differently?
Question 18. Nemanja (13): How do you sleep in space?
Question 19. Stasa (13): Would you ever live in space?
Question 20. Miona (13): Were you afraid during launch?

Etablissement de la communication :

Communication complète :
Image SSTV du 13/10/2017 à 16h39 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Bangkok (Thaïlande) + application Multiscan 3B
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée dans le TGV !

Image SSTV commémorative. Les envois d'images SSTV étaient initialement prévus du 13 au 15 octobre 2017. L'image reçue est incomplète car les données SSTV se sont brutalement arrêtées et n'ont pas repris les jours suivants comme prévu.


La capture audio :
Contact ARISS du 14/10/2017 de 20h26 à 20h32 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Cedar City dans l'Utah
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à distance via le web depuis Hyelzas (48) lors d'une observation pulique avec Connaissance et Partage.

Contact ARISS entre l'ISS et le "Fleet Science Center" à San Diego, Californie.
Contact entendu à partir de la question 4. Contact perdu après la question 14.

1. How does being on board the ISS for long periods of time affect your overall health?
2. When deciding to be an astronaut, did you have any doubts? If so, how did you overcome them?
3. What is the most interesting experiment you are doing on the ISS right now?
4. Have you ever dealt with malfunctions on board the ISS? If so, how did you solve it?
5. What do you like most about the ISS?
6. Is it hard to sleep? What do you dream about?
7. If you get sick on the ISS how do you receive treatment?
8. What does weightlessness feel like?
9. What is a typical day like for you?
10. Do you miss “real” food? What kinds of food do you like on the ISS?
11. Do you get heartburn/acid reflux? How do you deal with that?
12. What is the most interesting thing you have seen aboard the ISS?
13. How much does microgravity affect the experiments that you conduct on the ISS?
14. What does the orbital sunrise look like?
15. What kind of medical testing do you go through before/after being in space?
16. Are they currently working on lighter, more flexible space suits?
17. Do scientists from different countries collaborate on projects? If so, what kind?
18. How much time do you spend practicing in zero gravity before going into space?
19. How do you think private space travel will affect the ISS?


Communication complète :
Contact ARISS du 19/10/2017 à 14h49 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : récepteur radio à distance WebSDR situé à Liverpool (UK)
Astronaute : Paolo Nespoli (IZØJPA)
Lieu : Ecoute réalisée à distance via le web depuis Castelnau-le-Lez (34).

Contact ARISS entre l'ISS et la "Tallaght Community School" de Dublin en Irlande. Simultanément, contact en télébridge avec le "Gymnasium Räddningsgymnasiet Sando" à Sandöverken en Suède

Les questions impaires sont posées depuis Tallaght en Irlande.
Les questions paires sont posées depuis Sando en Suède.

Question 1. Amy (14): What is your favourite view from the ISS?
Question 2. Medina (16): Do you ever think children will be allowed to travel into space with astronauts?
Question 3. Dean (14): If you had the chance would you change or add anything to the design of the ISS?
Question 4. Anton (18): Is this job the most challenging job you have ever done?
Question 5. Eimintas (16): What is the longest time you have spent on a spacewalk and what did you do?
Question 6. Linna (15): Does the ISS have a black box like an aircraft?
Question 7. Emma (12): Who inspired you to become an astronaut?
Question 8. Valentina (17): Have space experiments resulted in something useful which is used on earth?
Question 9. James (17): What training did you do to prepare for space walks?
Question 10. Emil (14) Have you ever encountered an anomaly that has baffled you?
Question 11. Trudy(15): This is your third trip to space, did it take your body more time to adjust to earth’s gravity the second time you landed?
Question 12. Erik (18): What education in physics and engineering is required to become an astronaut?
Question 13. Abbie (15): When your mission is over what will you miss the most and least about life on the ISS?
Question 14. Sofia:(17: )Does your view of life change after seeing earth from another perspective?
Question 15. Jack (12): Can you tell us about some of the interesting experiments you are conducting on the ISS?
Question 16. Sanna (17): Are you allowed to bring along private things like photos?
Question 17. Levente (15): Is the ISS ever affected by Solar radiation surges from the sun?
Question 18. Felicia (19): Do you use “private” communication channels when talking with your family?
Question 19. Lee (12): Have you had any fun or exhilarating experiences so far on your mission?
Question 20. Jenna (16): How does it feel to see earth from such a distance for the first time?

Communication complète :
Image SSTV du 06/12/2017 à 20h55 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : Baofeng UV-5R + antenne retevis RHD-771 + application Multiscan 3B.
Lieu : Castelnau le Lez (34)

Image SSTV récupérée lors de la phase de test précédant les émissions SSTV de l'expérience "MAI-75" les 7 et 8 décembre 2017 lors des passages au dessus de la Russie.
Le passage de l'ISS un peu bas (46°) explique certainement la faible qualité de la reception et les nombreux parasites qui en résultent sur l'image. Malgré cette faible qualité, il est très enthousismant de recevoir une telle image en direct !


La capture audio :
Image SSTV du 08/12/2017 à 15h57 (CEST)
Matériel (écoute et enregistrement) : Baofeng UV-5R + antenne retevis RHD-771 + application Multiscan 3B.
Lieu : Noyelles-les-Seclin (59)

Image SSTV de l'expérience "MAI-75", reçue le 8 décembre 2017.
Malgré un passage un peu bas (44°), le niveau de réception est très correct.
Lors de l'orbite suivante à 17h34 (CEST), peu après le coucher du soleil, l'ISS était visible et émettait toujours le signal SSTV, offrant la rare possibilité de la voir et de l'écouter en même temps !


La capture audio :
Quelques liens
Radioamateur France : www.radioamateurs-france.fr
WebSDR : www.websdr.org/ pour écouter sans matériel
Le projet ARISS : www.ariss.org/
ARISS France : www.ariss-f.org/
ISS Fan Club : www.issfanclub.com/
ISS Tracker : www.isstracker.com/ pour localiser l'ISS