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Melbourne Grammar School 
 Grimwade House, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia  
Tuesday 25 March
AOS 08:43 UTC

Contact is expected to be in English



ARISS is an international working group, consisting of delegations from 9 countries including several countries in Europe as well as Japan, Russia, Canada, and the USA. The organization is run by volunteers from the national amateur radio organizations and the international AMSAT (Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation) organizations from each country. Since ARISS is international in scope, the team coordinates locally with their respective space agencies:
ESA, CSA, NASA. JAXA, Roscosmos

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Information About the Next Contact

posted Apr 3, 2012, 8:42 AM by John Spasojevich   [ updated Mar 23, 2014, 1:54 PM ]

Melbourne Grammar School – Grimwade House is a co-educational Primary School with 650 students aged from 5 to 12 years old. Grimwade House bases its education on the Australian Curriculum. One of the Major Learning Areas outlined in the Australian Curriculum is Science.  Grimwade House is fortunate to have a purpose built Science room and a teacher who is dedicated to and passionate about the teaching of Science. All students from Prep to Year 4 have one lesson of Science per week and Year 5 and Year 6 students have a double lesson of Science each fortnight.

Students investigate features of the Earth’s interior: 

Students investigate the relative distances of the planets in our solar system: 

Students investigate constellations seen in the night skies in the Southern Hemisphere: 

Students investigate shadows and their relationship to light sources in Space: 

Students investigate propulsion: 

Students investigate insulation and other elements astronauts need to consider when exploring our place in Space.

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posted Mar 22, 2012, 6:49 PM by John Spasojevich

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