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Saint Louis Science Center-James S. McDonnell Planetarium

Clayton Drive & Faulkner Drive St. Louis, MO 63110 | St. Louis - Forest Park | 314-289-4424

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New permanent exhibit on flight includes displays on locally based X-Prize Foundation, outer-space & aviation memorabilia, and history of manned flight.


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