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From  2015-05-11 to 2015-06-14, there will be no
 US Operational Segment (USOS)  
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So any schools contacts during this period will
conducted by the ARISS Russia  team.

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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posted Apr 3, 2012, 8:42 AM by John Spasojevich   [ updated Mar 19, 2015, 3:35 PM ]

Cepes is situated in Jodoigne, a city in the French speaking region of Belgium. It is  a secundary school gathering 810 students. The students participating to the ARISS project specialize in Sciences, Mathematics, Languages and Human Sciences. They are 15 -20 years old.

Mimar Sinan College is situated in Istanbul, Turkey. The students  prepared the questions after they learned about the ISS during science lessons.They

also watched videos of astronauts working in the ISS.


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

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