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June 3, 2013 at 10:34 AM

Everyone got NASA’s first Seattle scavenger hunt clue, right?

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NASA just launched a citywide scavenger hunt to promote the Destination Station exhibit opening this week at the Pacific Science Center, and the first clue is a real toughie:

This famous floating disk resembles a UFO. If you get the ‘point,’ an astronaut awaits you at its base.

NASA will hide two astronaut figures per day in different parts of the city throughout the week. Finders get a one-time free entry into the exhibit and a chance to say hey to an astronaut.

You know where to go, right, kids?

Clue No. 2 comes out at 2 p.m. It’s a bit harder. But only a bit.

Get it on the Johnson Space Center Twitter account, @NASA_Johnson and follow conversation about the hunt on the hashtag #DSSEattle.

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