About CC-ARC

 

The CC-ARC is made up of parents, teachers, students, summer campers, and even twelve* NASA astronauts.  There are Active Members who are FCC-licensed HAMs, Provisional Members who are working on their HAM Technician licenses, and Supporting Members who oversee the club activities and lend help or expertise where needed.

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The CC-ARC is based on the top floor of the Clay Center Observatory high on a hill on the campus of Dexter Southfield School in Brookline, MA.  There is a radio room set up with HF, VHF, and UHF rigs, a conference room with a kitchenette for meetings and classes, a world-class telescopic observatory, and solar- and wind-energy roof decks with 360-degree views of greater Boston.

How To Join
Currently, there is no fee to join. Filling out the application gives you membership privileges including, among other things, e-mailed newsletters and invitations to club events and activities.  Although there are no age restrictions, it is recommended that children be at least age 10 and that a parent enroll as a supporting member for youth under age 18.  Join on-line.

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Other ActivitiesThe Clay Center Observatory hosts educational and outreach programs, public astronomy nights, public lectures, a summer science camp, and it participates in ground-breaking astronomical research.  Visit www.claycenter.org and www.clayobservatory.org for more information.

* Astronauts (01/2015): Dan Burbank, Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Sunita Williams, Michael Lopez-Alegria, John Grunsfeld, Joe Tanner, Rick Mastracchio, Cady Coleman, Jerry Carr, Michael Barratt, Steve Bowen, Donald Thomas

 

 

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