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[i]During ceremonies at 5 p.m. today, the spotlights will shine on the full-size replica of the Saturn V moon rocket that stands, as if ready for launch, at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
The public is invited to the free event, which will include brief remarks from Space Center CEO Larry Capps and others, and is part of the citywide celebration this week of the 50th Anniversary of America in Space.
The lights had to be [URL=http://www.collectspace.com/archive/archive-0606.html#0606062232]turned off for 18 months[/URL] during construction of the Davidson Center for Space Exploration, prompting calls from curious Huntsvillians and even a few complaints, Capps said.[/i]
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