— Ham Radio (@hamradio_rr) August 3, 2015
Meet 10-year-old Holly Thomas, who could soon be talking to astronauts as they orbit the earth.
The Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Lon Las pupil has just gained a licence to operate an amateur radio — also known as ham radio — which means she will be able to communicate with people around the world and beyond.
She is believed to be the youngest person in Wales to be awarded such a licence.
Her proud father Christopher Thomas, of Copper Quarter, Morfa, said: “With ham radio you have to pass an exam to get your licence….
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