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Jul 13 Reblogged
Securing a Place for History
A piece of NASA history landed at the Glenn Research Center’s Visitor Center, now located at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The Apollo Command Module, used for the Skylab 3 mission in 1973, was moved successfully from Glenn to the Science Center on Tuesday, June 22. The module will be the focal point of the Visitor Center, which includes space and aeronautics artifacts, models and interactive experiences.
The move was carefully planned to protect and preserve the module, which weighs 12,800 pounds and is more than 11 feet tall and 13 feet wide. The module is on loan from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum.
Image Credit: NASA
FUCK YEAH IN OHIO.
I haven’t been to the Science Center in ages. I GUESS I HAD BEST BE PLANNING A TRIP NOW.