NASA spaceport breaks ground for shuttle display (AP)

From left, Bill Moore, COO, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex; Janet Petro, KSC deputy director; Jennifer Carroll, Lt. Gov. of Florida; Jeremy Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Delaware North Companies and Chris Ferguson, Commander, STS-135, Atlantis hold shovels during the groundbreaking ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for the future site of space shuttle Atlantis. The $100 million exhibit is slated to open in the summer of 2013. (AP Photo/Florida Today, Tim Shortt)AP - NASA’s retired space shuttle Atlantis is a step closer to completing its final journey.

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