- Mar 5: An ARISS radio contact was hosted for students at CEIP Nuestra Señora Del Carmen in Torre De La Reina, Spain and David St-Jacques. He answered 18 questions while an audience of 100 listened. There were three TV stations covering the event along with four radio news services and four newspapers. A video was made, and the first seven minutes featured many images of student activities done over the months prior to the contact, such as studying various NASA science missions, using telescopes, learning about and practicing ham radio communications with the help of the Union of Radio Amateurs of Seville, and building models of rockets, the solar system, and space vehicles. The middle section of the video consisted of several talks, including a message from Pedro Duque, and short presentations given by a group of students (these begin at 33 minutes). The URL of the video is (the contact begins at 47 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rdo2-Yd6LPc&feature=youtu.be
- Mar 6: The ARISS team distributed a news release about its online auction to be held April 8-14. Two unique items will be auctioned, a JVC Kenwood TS-890S transceiver signed by astronauts and a six-volume boxed set of the 2019 ARRL Handbook signed by astronauts.
- Feb 25: Huntington High School students and teachers in Huntington, TX presented their ARISS Mentor, Keith Pugh, with a very special shirt signed by all student members of the Huntington High School radio club. The club calls itself Gearheads, and the club’s ham call sign is KI5AJL. The shirt was readied and framed to show their appreciation of Keith’s support for their ARISS contact. An unknown problem caused the contact to be unsuccessful; ARISS is attempting to schedule another date for them.
- Mar 20: Students at the North Point School for Boys in Calgary, AB, Canada, will have an ARISS contact with David St-Jacques.