Tune In To Outer Space

January 27, 1992

The Naval Academy Satellite Earth Station is transmitting live television from space and from the Kennedy Space Center during the currentmission of the space shuttle Discovery.

The coverage is on the academy's closed circuit television system, but Annapolitans who live within a few miles of the academy may be able to pick up the broadcastwith an outside antenna. Tune in below channel 14 on the UHF band, or use the antenna with cable channel 58.

The Naval Academy Radio Club is transmitting the signal using a low-power amateur TV transmitter and the call sign W3ADO. The club is broadcasting for the duration of the flight and for most fu

ture shuttle missions.

Information: 267-4380.

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