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The following article appeared in the March 2004 issue of

"Out-Of-This-World Space Collection"

 South Florida Parenting Magazine
March, 2004

     This collection, on loan from Richard Newman, the owner of, consists of unique space memorabilia ranging from shuttle and satellite models to space suits and instrumentation from the American and Russian space programs. 

    The exhibit includes Russian and American space suits, space gloves, an original launch key from the Soyuz shuttle, a main control panel from the Toru Docking System, an authentic space hammer, and flight helmets from various countries.

     Models originally made for the Russian Space Agency will also be on display along with an actual cockpit window from the Buran Space Shuttle.

     All artifacts are documented and will be accompanied by detailed descriptions of their origin and purpose.

    The exhibit runs from March through August (2004), at the Museum of Discovery & Science at 401 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale.

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