First time on the board, and I don't want to alarm anyone, but I have concerns about the final resting place for Galileo at Space Center Houston. According to their site, it will be permanently displayed at the Zero-G Diner at their facility. I can just picture kids (and adults) trying to climb the shuttle for a photo or just for fun. I can also envision the hard work that went into this restoration being marred by a layer of grease over time because of being displayed in an eating facility instead of a proper museum location. Time will tell, but am I over-reacting about this?