|Fred Sigernesemail@example.com||Prof. UNIS / Head of KHO|
|Mikko Syrjäsuofirstname.lastname@example.org||Head engineer KHO|
|Noora Partamiesemail@example.com||Associate Prof.|
|Dag A. Lorentzenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Prof. UNIS|
|Lisa Baddeleyemail@example.com||Associate Prof.|
|Emma Blandfirstname.lastname@example.org||Post Doc|
|Erkka Heinoemail@example.com||Post Doc|
|Katie Herlingshawfirstname.lastname@example.org||PhD. Student|
|Lindis Bjolandemail@example.com||Post Doc|
|Fasil Tesema Kebedefirstname.lastname@example.org||PhD. Student|
|Nina Kristine Eriksen||NinaKristine.Eriksen@unis.no||PhD. Student|
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Technical Department On-Duty Phone (ODP): +47 95283511
Norwegian State Construction Contact (Ida Asklund):
Phone: +47 91638084
Importance notification regarding visitor requests (tourists)
KHO is operated remotely through internet. That means we are not up there every day.
It takes approximately 30 minutes to drive by car in the summer season from Longyearbyen.
In the winter season we use a snow cat (bandwagon) that we have in a garage at Mine 7.
The reason is that the road from Mine 7 to KHO is blocked by snow.
A trip up in the winter time takes 30 minutes extra including personnel for safety and logistics.
In total that sums up to half a day work load for at least 2 persons to accommodate visitors to KHO.
As a consequence, we do not have the capacity to serve external, tourist based request for visits to the observatory.
It is also a cost issue. Sorry!
Media requests Please contact UNIS media department at least one month ahead in time.