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Where do Doctor Who and Blade Runner live?

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An Indiegogo campaign has asked funders to help finance the construction of the Museum of Science Fiction. The Indiegogo campaign shows floor plans and collections of the preview museum so far, including objects like a Doctor Who TARDIS police box and a live Blade Runner panorama. If the team raises enough money, it will unveil a preview museum in 2014 in Washington, D. C.

The 3,000- square- foot location will house some of the initial objects that will be on display at the permanent location. It will also serve as a space for film screenings, public lectures and more. The team plans to open the official museum in late 2014.

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