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mcgrupp81 If you are looking for Long Island references, a Long Island company called Grumman developed all the NASA lunar modules for a 10 year stretch going from '62 to '72. Literally down the block from the Coliseum is the Long Island Air and Space Museum. It houses one of the lunar modules and some interesting space program exhibits. One of the exhibits actually asks "What does space smell like?" and for those interested, it's sulfur like, almost like gunpowder according to Neil Armstrong(?), who got some moon dust on his suit and recounted the scent. Maybe some inspiration for Say it to me S.A.N.T.O.S ?


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