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Sci-fi museum opens in Seattle

For all us sci-fi geeks, a new museum is opening. Not a old dusty museum but a science fiction museum. Created with $20 million from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the Science Fiction Museum opens June 18 in a remodeled section of his other museum - the Experience Music Project in Seattle. But here's a quote from Seattle Pi that justifies my posting about it here:
The museum explores developments in fictional space travel; one of the coolest sections is an interactive, computer-animated display that mimics a space station. Several ships float past, from the Enterprise and the Millennium Falcon to the Planet Express of the cartoon TV show "Futurama." Visitors can view images of the ships from any angle, learn about their dimensions and features, and see clips of them in action.
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