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Hurricane Matthew Forces Closure of NASA's Kennedy Space Center

NASA'S Kennedy Space Center, on Florida's east coast, is closed today (Oct. 5) and tomorrow (Oct. 6) to prep for Hurricane Matthew, which is expected to slam into the region full-force early tomorrow morning.
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