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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Passengers known as “Flyers” disembark at Kennedy Space Center’s shuttle landing facility from a Boeing 727-200 aircraft used for weightless flights by Zero Gravity Corporation, known as ZERO-G, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. NASA and ZERO-G demonstrated Nov. 5 the expanded access to and use of the space shuttle's runway and landing facility at Kennedy Space Center for non-NASA activities. The “Flyers” were predominantly teachers who performed simple microgravity experiments they can share with their students back in the classroom.
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