ARISS Contact - Viewer Survey
The Traverse Area District Library (MI) hosted an Amateur Radio contact with the International Space Station on Friday, Jun 28th. If you viewed this contact in any way (in person, via the Internet, TV), please help us show the overall impact of this endeavor to NASA and ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station) by answering a few short questions.
Name (first, last) *
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Age *
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Did you know about Amateur Radio before today? *
How has your understanding of Amateur Radio or the ISS changed after today? *
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Will you pursue more knowledge about Amateur Radio or the ISS after today’s contact? If "yes," what next steps will you take? *
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How can TADL help you advance your knowledge of Amateur Radio or the ISS? *
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Are you interested in a career working in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) fields? Please name any STEM careers that interest you. *
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Would you be willing to participate in a follow-up conversation at TADL regarding today’s Amateur Radio contact with the ISS? *
If yes, please provide the best way to contact you (phone number or email address).
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