I’ve been working on a written report for the 2012 Jamboree on the Air. That has come together nicely. Now waiting on the final batch of station reports that will hit my desk on Tuesday of the coming week. Currently have about 110 reports and a number of photos, including about a dozen photos that really look good and convey the essence of JOTA and Radio Scouting.
While working on the report, I realized that I also needed to do a video report. The thought was to essentially put together a slide show with a narration overview of the overall numbers — stations, Scouts involved, contacts made, etc. After giving that some further thought, I realized that I also had the makings for a video on the International Space Station contact with the National Scouting Museum that happened during Jamboree on the Air.
I sliced up the full audio file into the opening, two of the Scout questions (out of about 20), and a the closing. For images, I had a number from the event at the museum and I cobbled together several of the International Space Station and Sunita Williams, who provided the contact. I will use this video to close out my JOTA overview video. Let me know what you think.
Contact with the International Space Station from the National Scouting Museum in October 2012 as part of Jamboree on the Air activities.