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Seattle’s Museum of Flight Welcomes First Portion of NASA’s Shuttle Trainer Tuesday

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Seattle’s Museum of Flight Welcomes First Portion of NASA’s Shuttle Trainer Tuesday

Seattle’s Museum of Flight Welcomes First Portion of NASA’s Shuttle Trainer Tuesday

--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Museum of Flight:

       
WHAT: The Museum of Flight’s Charles Simonyi Space Gallery in Seattle unveils three NASA Shuttle Trainer Engine Bells on Tuesday, April 17, marking the arrival of the first portion of the Full Fuselage Shuttle Trainer which will be housed permanently in the Space Gallery. Museum of Flight President and CEO Doug King will host a brief news conference to announce the arrival and will then unpack one of the three Engine Bells for media and interested public.
 
WHEN: 11 a.m., Tuesday, April 17, 2012
 
WHERE: Museum of Flight’s Charles Simonyi Space Gallery
9305 East Marginal Way South (park and enter West side of Space Gallery on west side of East Marginal Way)
Seattle, WA 98108
 

To attend this event or to schedule interviews, please contact Mike Bush at 253-307-3225, mbush@museumofflight.org, or Lee Keller at 206-799-3805, lee@thekellergroup.com.

About the Museum of Flight

The Museum of Flight exists to acquire, preserve, and exhibit historically significant air and space artifacts, which provide a foundation for scholarly research, and lifelong learning programs that inspire an interest in and understanding of science, technology, and the humanities. For more information, please visit www.museumofflight.org.

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