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Live Streaming Link to watch Thursday's Peninsula Grammar ISS contact.

Date : 11 / 06 / 2019
Author : Robert Broomhead - VK3DN

On Thursday 13th June students from Peninsula Grammar in Victoria will have the opportunity to speak with Astronaut Nick Hague onboard the International Space Station via Amateur Radio.

This event will be streamed live via YouTube, commencing around 8:00pm AEST with the scheduled ten minute contact taking place at 9:10pm AEST. The school and students are very much looking forward to this special event.

For those not familiar with ARISS or the International Space Station contacts provided by ARISS, the video below presented by astronaut Tim Peake KG5BVI explains the process and shows the equipment used onboard the ISS .

The live stream will commence around 8pm with the contact taking place at 9:10pm

Simply click the following YouTube -> Link

Tim Peake KG5BVI explains how an ARISS contact works.

Page Last Updated: Tuesday 11 June 2019 at 18:20 hours by Robert Broomhead


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