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Ground was broken today for the new home of space shuttle Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, a $100 million exhibit slated to open summer 2013. A rendering of the exterior of the Atlantis exhibit was revealed in the background as Bill Moore, COO of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; Janet Petro, Deputy Director, John F. Kennedy Space Center; The Honorable Jennifer Carroll, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Florida; Jeremy Jacobs, Chairman and CEO, Delaware North Companies; and Chris Ferguson, Commander of STS-135, Atlantis, broke ground.

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Ground was broken today for the new home of space shuttle Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, a $100 million exhibit slated to open summer 2013. A rendering of the exterior of the Atlantis exhibit was revealed in the background as Bill Moore, COO of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; Janet Petro, Deputy Director, John F. Kennedy Space Center; The Honorable Jennifer Carroll, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Florida; Jeremy Jacobs, Chairman and CEO, Delaware North Companies; and Chris Ferguson, Commander of STS-135, Atlantis, broke ground.

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