A space tracking antenna on a hillside overlooking Morehead State University is nine-stories high, 21-meters in diameter and one of about a dozen largest in the world. It is used to track space satellites, many of which have been built at MSU’s Space Science Center. Twyman Clements, left, space science engineer at Kentucky Space LLC, and Kris Kimel, president of the Kentucky Science and Technology Corp., offer a size comparison. Photo by Tom Eblen | teblen@herald-leader.com

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