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Forum:Space Places
Topic:The Museum of Flight (WA): 'Apollo' exhibit
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SpaceAholicVR (360 degree) look inside the museum's Apollo command module.

Works well on Android.

p51I was the first "normal" person through the door on the opening day of the exhibit. I saw Bezos walk by but didn't get to hear him or talk with him.

I remember the capsule when it was still a hulk, as it was a boilerplate that has had one heck of a face lift and looks great now.

Lots of good stuff from Pete Conrad and Deke Slayton (including his famous diamond pin that was flown to the surface on Apollo 11) on display there as well. Coupled with the STS FFT across the street, it's an excellent space exhibit and well worth the trip if you're anywhere on the West Coast.

Oh, it also has an amazing collection of other flying machines, too...

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