Morehead State University
Space Science Center Tour for Amateur Radio Operators
Sponsored by MSU Amateur Radio Club KY4SSC
When: To be announced in process of rescheduling
Where: Martindale Dr, Morehead, KY 40351
Schedule of Events:
- Arrive: 9:45AM-10:00AM
- Tour: 10:00AM-11:30AM
- See MSUARC’s Ham Shack: 11:30AM- 12:00PM
- Lunch provided by MSUARC: 12:00PM-1:00PM
- Planetarium Show: 1:00PM- 2:00PM
- Ride Up to the Satellite Dish: 2:00PM- end of the day
Contact Mark Killen KD8QIG at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP as soon as possible.
“A detailed schedule will be sent out in August”
For Immediate Release: Ironton, OHIO
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The date, October 19, 2019, for the Morehead State University Space Science Tour for Amateur Radio Operators is now official according to Southern Ohio Amateur Radio Association’s (SOARA) member and tour organizer, Mark Killen, KD8QIG. The tour and lunch are sponsored by the Morehead State University Amateur Radio Club, KY4SSC. The Club organizer, Club President, MSU student, and SOAR member, Ashton Killen, KD8QII, said this, “I am personally excited to be in a position to offer this special private Amateur Radio Operators Tour. It will be an experience that is out of this world. Our club members are looking forward to meeting all the amateurs, particular the members from SOARA. Our club members will be the hosts and will be providing lunch as well as valet parking assistance.”
Two meter simplex 146.520 will be used to coordinate arrival and valet service.
Requirements for those who attend: Must be a U. S. Citizen and present a government issued photo ID, i.e.. State driver’s license, passport, etc. as this is a NASA facility. You are invited to bring a non-Ham friend who may be interested in Ham Radio for this private tour. Your friend just may decide to get their Ham license as part of the tour will include the Ham Radio station.
The tour and lunch are FREE! Carpooling to the MSU Camus is recommended.
Although, some areas on the tour are restricted for cameras most are not. Therefore, bring your camera to capture your out of world experiences.
See the attached schedule of events. Additional details will be provided by Mark Killen, KD8QIG in August!
RSVP is required as soon as possible to:
Mark Killen, KD8QIG
We are looking forward to seeing all of the Hams, Saturday, September 14, 2019.
For information about the MSU Space Science Center: