You can look around the Okinawa Tracking and Communication Station freely. The station is equipped with a parabolic antenna measuring 30 meters in diameter for visitors to look at, the first exhibit hall, which explains the roles of satellites, the third exhibit hall with an engineering model of a broadcasting satellite (BS), the Space Information Room, where you can learn about space related issues, a Video Room and Environment Corner.
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At the Exhibition Hall, you can enjoy some explanatory models on the types and roles of satellites and launch vehicles, and an actual test model made during the development of the broadcasting satellite (BS) “Yuri." which was manufactured during its development. In the Video Room, you can watch videos and anime of rocket launches and space development. We also have the “Space Information Room,” where you can learn about space development in a fun manner by reading some space- and environment-related books and enjoying the Internet and a space-related quiz through personal computers.