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[i]"This is the start of our journey to build a huge educational center," said executive director Patricia Korzec.
She learned Saturday that in January 2011 the museum will receive dehydrated astronaut food, two stowage bags, a box, and an emergency exit chute. But the centerpiece is a nozzle, valued at $15 million, from a side rocket booster.[/i]
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