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Dr. Ben Malphrus on Morehead State University's Lunar Icecube satellite

Dr. Ben Malphrus
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Dr. Ben Malphrus, Exec. Director of MSU Space Science Center with the Lunar Icecube satellite

Students and faculty at Morehead State University are shooting for the moon today. A satellite built by the MSU team will be part of the payload of the Artemis 1 rocket launching today. In this edition of Today’s Interview, Stan Ingold speaks with Morehead State Space Science Center Executive Director Ben Malphrus about the school’s satellite and being a part of NASA’s attempt to return to the moon.

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Stan Ingold is WEKU's News Director. He has worked in public broadcasting for 18 years, starting at Morehead State Public Radio before spending the past 10 years at Alabama Public Radio. Stan has been honored with numerous journalism awards for his public radio reporting.
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