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The following appeared December 6, 2003 in the

Greetings from orbit!
Rick Newman of Boca Raton gets a personal greeting from the International Space Station. 

By Brian Bandell
Boca Raton News Staff Writer

ublished December 6, 2003

Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko hold a message for Boca Raton resident Rick Newman while orbiting the Earth in the International Space Station.
 The picture was taken by NASA astronaut Ed Lu, relayed to an orbiting satellite, downloaded to a Moscow ground station and then forwarded to Newman. The Boca resident is an avid collector of space travel novelties who has set up space exhibits at museums and operates a science web site. The message reads: "Greetings Rick Newman from ISS-7! Thanks to for support of cosmonautics! Commander of Russian-USA Team Yuri Malenchenko".

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