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Wayne Hall

Wayne Hall

Wayne Hall spent several years working with Kentucky Space as a social media contractor. As a young boy, he was captivated by televised footage of the Apollo mission splashdowns and has been in love with space exploration ever since. He is a part-time maker with an interest in functional art. He builds circuits and writes code when he should be doing other things. On clear nights, he collects photons. Reach Wayne at, @autography on Twitter or at Autography on LinkedIn.

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Postcard from Kentucky: Space in the Bluegrass State

Posted 2017/03/16 06:00 CDT | 0 comment

In Kentucky, some very driven people are writing their own chapter of space exploration based on vision, entrepreneurial risk, and scientific and engineering know-how. Wayne Hall shares their stories.

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