Power has been restored within the city and campus. All services should be back to normal.
02/07/2016, 09:50 P.M.
MSU Students: do not use candles during the power disruption.
City-wide power disruption. Crews are working to restore power. Use caution as traffic/street lights are out.
Morehead State UniversitySpace Science Center101 SSC Building235 Martindale DriveMorehead, KY 40351Phone: 606-783-2381Fax: 606-783-5040
The 21 M Space Tracking Antenna at MSU is a powerful research tool for students, but it also provides vital satellite tracking, telemetry and control services to other universities, private aerospace clients ad government agencies. The full-motion, 21-meter parabolic dish antenna system, serves as an Earth station for satellite mission support, and also acts as a test bed for advanced radio frequency systems. The system is capable of tracking fast-moving, low-transmitting power small satellites in low Earth orbit as well as satellites at geostationary, lunar and potentially Earth-Sun Lagrangian orbits.
Click here for a quicksheet outlining the specifications for the 21 M Space Tracking Antenna.
"A University-Based Ground Station: The 21 m Antenna at Morehead State University" -An academic paper written by a team of faculty members from MSU and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory outlining specifications, current missions and more information about the 21 M system.
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