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The following article appeared September 14, 2003 in the

 Event Horizon

By Michael Alicea
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

September 14, 2003

    An extremely rare Russian cosmonaut space suit will be on loan at the South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail N., from 11am Saturday through the end of the year.

   The suit is the latest piece in a private collection owned by Rick Newman of Boca Raton, creator of the Other items at the museum on loan from include an authentic MIR window and other Russian and American space exploration pieces.

    The unveiling of the suit kicks off the museum's Aerospace Week, an event for Palm Beach County school students that includes lectures from NASA educator Les Gould, interactive activities including giant arm-wings for the students to feel the lift air generated by high-powered fans, and interactive astronaut "Challenges". 

    For more information on Space Week, contact the South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach at (561) 832-1988.

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