Four NASA Artifacts on Display at Wings of Dreams Museum
Four artifacts from the space shuttle program have made their way to the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum in Keystone Heights.
The Keystone Heights Airport will be the new home of the artifacts, where they will be on display to the public.
The crew transport vehicle, crew hatch access vehicle, and two solid rocket booster components made their way from the Kennedy Space Center aboard a 200-foot barge.
Wings of Dreams will use the artifacts for educational purposes, and to highlight the history of America's space program.
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