After more than four years of development, the immersive space restaurant officially opened yesterday, serving a prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner. We already showed you the full lunch and lounge experience so now please join us 220 miles above the Earth for a unique view of the galaxy and some tasty treats!
Space 220 is only accepting walk-ins from now through September 26th. As of September 27th and beyond, reservations will be available and they are strongly recommend. Reservations opened yesterday, September 20th, the same day Space 220 opened!
We already ate lunch at Space 220 and shared a FULL review of the lunch menu and the lounge menu as well. Now it’s time to share our thoughts about dinner! Let’s head on over to the restaurant.
Yesterday, we waited in line for a QUITE a bit outside (some of our reporters waited nearly 4 HOURS to get into Space 220, so if you’re heading there soon, be prepared to wait). Our server told us the line was cut off on opening day too, so just note if you try to get in this opening week it might be tricky to get in.
While outside, you can look at the full menu. (Apostrophe rules apparently don’t apply in space…ahem…”Kids’s.” 🤣)
As you near the restaurant’s entrance, you’ll find a Space 220 desk with a Cast Member assisting guests.
After that, we went inside to the front desk to check in…
…where we were given a boarding pass to go up to Centauri Space Station!
Then, it was time to get in that awesome space elevator! This element is really one of the big draws of the restaurant. It’s so unique. Our reporters (now well-seasoned space travelers) said this combined with the windows into space in the actual restaurant were the major selling points of the restaurant for them.
We got off the elevator and stepped onto the space station…
…where we caught a glimpse of that interesting space lettuce! (Old Horizon stans, it’s not quite as inventive as THAT space produce used to be, but hey…space lettuce. It’s here.)
Then, we headed inside the restaurant!
The restaurant features a variety of different tables on two different levels — one that is lower and closer to the windows to space, and another that is elevated and a bit further from the windows.
For more details about the tables, seating areas, silverware, and even space bathroom signs — click here!
Once we were seated, we were greeted by our rockstar of a server, Daniel (seriously, he was the best!).
Curious to know what other Cast Member outfits look like for Space 220? We got to see some of them while outside. Looks like they’re ready to enjoy a trip to space!
Then, it was time to make some decisions on what we were going to order!
Dinner at Space 220 is a prix fixe menu that costs $79 per adult and $29 per kid. For adults, the prix fixe dinner menu includes one Lift-Off (appetizer), one Star Course (entree), and one Supernova Sweet (dessert).
Lift-Off choices are the same as lunch and include the Big Bang Burrata, Starry Calamari, Blue Moon Cauliflower, Neptune Tartare, Centauri Caesar Salad, Space Greens, and Galaxy Grain Salad.
The Star Course options are the Slow Rotation Short Rib, Florida Red Snapper, Roasted Free-range Chicken (also on the lunch menu), X2 Duck, Terra-Bolognese (also on the lunch menu), Bluehouse Salmon (also on the lunch menu), and 8oz Filet Mignon.
As for the Super Nova Sweets, you can choose between Carrot Cake, Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake, Chocolate Cheesecake, Gelato and Sorbet, and Lemon Mousse.
Space Station Supplementals are not included in the prix fixe price, but you can order a 1.5 lbs Baked Whole Lobster Stuffed with Jumbo Crab or a 24oz Bone in Ribeye for an added cost.
You can also add on some additional Satellite Sides to your meal for an additional cost. The options are Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Fried Potato Wedges, Brussels Sprouts, and Broccolini (the same options as lunch!).
It’s $29 for kids to eat at Space 220 for lunch and dinner, and that price includes one Star Course (entree), one Supernova Sweet (dessert), and one Celestial Beverage (drink).
The Star Course options for kids at dinner are Space-Ghetti, Galactic Salmon, Cosmic Chicken, Steak & Space Fries, and Mission Macaroni.
And for dessert, kids can choose from a Cosmic Cupcake, Gelato Scoop, or Sorbet.
Kids also get a Celestial Beverage with the option to upgrade to a Space 220 collectible cup for $3. Kids drink options are Soda, Milk, Apple Juice, or Water.
Kids can also grab the Moon Rocks or Lightyear Lemonade Zero-Proof Sippers (with the included sipper cup) for $12.
These drinks (the Kids’ Zero-Proof Sippers) are served in the Space 220 collectible cup.
Adults can order beer, wine, or special Atmospheric Spirits as an add on to the price of their meal. Recently, a Space 220 Cast Member indicated that standard non-alcoholic drinks like soft drinks are NOT included in the meal, so keep in mind that it will be an extra cost. The drinks are the same between the lunch and dinner menus.
And if you prefer non-alcoholic options, there are more space-themed drinks to choose (the same drinks kiddos can order plus the coffee-based Milky Way).
Now, let’s get into what we had to eat and drink!
Eats and Drinks
Drinks at Space 220
The cocktails are truly something to behold at Space 220. We ordered just about all of them on opening day and you can check them all out in detail here. We’ll recap a few favorites as well as one we missed out on! Just a few of the cocktails you can order include The Nebula, which is a mixture of Maker’s Mark, Pineapple, Honey, Passion Fruit, Angostura Bitters, and Moon Dust (edible glitter) for $15.
We were big fans of this drink; you can definitely taste the honey and it is very smooth! If we were to order a cocktail again, even though this one was not as “fun” as the other drinks, this would be the one that we would get!
You can also sip on the Celestial Cosmopolitan, which is also $15 and is a mixture of Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Cointreau, Cranberry-Hibiscus Juice, and Moon Dust (we’re starting to sense a Moon Dust trend here…). This had a bit of a floral aftertaste but, for the most part, tasted like a good classic Cosmo.
For the kids and the kids at heart, there’s a fun variety of nonalcoholic drinks to choose from. The Lightyear Lemonade comes with Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade, Butterfly Pea Tea, and Mint.
It was good, but it really just tasted like lemonade to us and there are far more interesting drinks (including some for kiddos that are featured on the kids’ menu!) to choose from. Very striking color though due to that Butterfly Pea Flower tea!
If you’re looking for a Space 220 souvenir, then you might want to grab a pack of Space 220 collectible trading cards! These cards come with the purchase of any kids’ meal. If you want to grab these cards as an adult, you can get them with the purchase of any Zero-Proof Cocktail.
Across the board, the drink selections are very colorful and each one is unique from the next!
The MISSING drink we finally got to try (and TBH one we were excited to taste) was missing a key component on opening day — astronaut ice cream. They didn’t have the freeze-dried ice cream sandwich garnish for most of opening day, so we skipped it (because the drink with astronaut ice cream but they’re OUT of astronaut ice cream is just sad!). So finally, introducing The Big Tang. For $16, this drink is made with Avion Silver, Grand Marnier, Tang-Infused Agave Nectar, Grapefruit, Strawberry, and is served with Astronaut Ice Cream.
This is a “space-loving kid that grew up and still totally digs space” dream drink. If you aren’t familiar, the instant orange-flavored drink mix Tang was famously consumed by astronauts in space for years to make their drinking water more palatable. And that astronaut ice cream addition is ::chef’s kiss:: (which, interestingly, has NEVER been eaten in real space! It was marketed and sold in a NASA gift shop years and years ago and just stuck. The crumbly texture is actually considered dangerous in space!). If you went to a science museum and didn’t beg to get you one of these in the gift shop, did you even really go to the museum?? It’s not everyone’s favorite (it’s VERY crumby, hard, and odd. Some of our team LOVES it though!) but it’s a mega-fun garnish.
This drink was definitely on the sweeter side, with the strawberry and orange flavors playing a prominent role. You don’t get much bitterness from the grapefruit and the alcohol isn’t aggressively strong, but definitely there. We enjoyed this drink, but you might want to pick something else if you don’t love sugary sweet drinks.
As for that hunk of space ice cream, we let ours float in the drink for a bit and soften up.
Now, let’s eat!!
Dinner – Appetizers
We started with the Lift-Offs, which included Big Bang Burrata, Starry Calamari, Blue Moon Cauliflower, Neptune Tartare, Centauri Caesar Salad, Space Greens, and Galaxy Grain Salad.
Isn’t this a lovely spread of space food? Again, we chowed down on ALL of this food in our lunch review, but we’ll share them with you again here!
The Space Greens totally surprised us; we thought this dish was really good! This dish includes Bibb Lettuce, Dried Cranberries, Roasted Pears, Spiced Pecans, and Apple Cider Dressing.
The Apple Cider Dressing was acidic and peppery and came with a surprising bite to it. The Bibb lettuce itself was beautiful to look at and totally fit with the space theming of the restaurant.
The praises continue with the Blue Moon Cauliflower. This may have been a favorite of ours for round one! We totally devoured this dish.
It comes with a tasty homemade Buffalo Sauce, FREEZE- DRIED Blue Cheese Crumbles (say whaaat???), and Tempura Fried Cauliflower. Ah-ma-zing.
We also tried the Centauri Caesar Salad, which was the complete opposite of the Space Greens in that there were zero surprises here. It’s exactly what you would expect from a Caesar Salad: Miniature Romaine Lettuce, Classic Caesar Dressing, and Parmigiano Reggiano.
It was a little on the boring side compared to the apps we tried thus far, but the presentation was lovely and it was very good! There are definitely more exciting options for your appetizers, but Caesar Salad fans won’t be disappointed.
Of all the appetizers we tried, we found the Galaxy Grain Salad to be our least favorite — but it wasn’t because it was the plant-based dish! This dish comes with Quinoa, Beluga Lentils, Roasted Red and Golden Beets, Oranges, King Oyster Mushroom, and Cashew Hummus.
It wasn’t necessarily bad and we thought all of the ingredients were tasty on their own, but we felt like the ingredients didn’t go together as well as some of the other dishes we tried.
We also tried the Starry Calamari, which is a dish made with Fried Calamari, Italian Cherry Peppers, Spicy Marinara, Roasted Pepper Citrus Aioli. This was another wonderful appetizer which we thoroughly enjoyed. The Calamari was cooked perfectly and the marinara sauce had just the right amount of kick to it.
The Big Bang Burrata comes with Burrata di Mozzarella, Grilled Artichoke Hearts, Arugula, and a Sunflower Seed Romesco.
While we love a good chunk of cheese (who doesn’t?), we do wish this dish was served with some sort of cracker or bread offering. That said, it was mega tasty and the Artichoke Hearts were a standout.
Finally, we thought that the Neptune Tartare was also pretty tasty! This app comes with Yellowfin Tuna, Yuzu Ginger Miso, Soy, Avocado, Raddish, Apple, and Sesame Crackers. We found it to be very buttery and rich without being too heavy which is a major plus!
This appetizer won’t be for everyone since it has more complicated flavors and textures, but if these ingredients are in your wheelhouse, we think you’ll enjoy it!
Dinner – Entrees
Then it was time to move on to the Star Course, also known as the entree round!
First up is the 8oz Filet Mignon, which comes with Cabernet Butter, Potato Leek Croquette, and Haricot Vert. Note that for an additional $10 you can add Shrimp to this dish, or for an additional $15 you can add a Half Lobster.
So…about that funky pinkish stuff blobbed on top the steak… . We get it, it kinda looks like there are brains sitting on top of the filet, but that’s the Cabernet Butter!
We had to collect ourselves before we continued on with our meal because this was SO DELICIOUS. This was our favorite entree across the board when it comes to dinner. The filet was that perfect melt-in-your-mouth consistency and the Cabernet Butter only helped. It’s also a great bang for your prix fixe buck.
Now, does this mean you no longer have to dine at Le Cellier? Not necessarily; you should still head to the Canada Pavilion if you’re looking for steak and steak alone. But, combined with the rest of the prix fixe menu, plus the atmosphere, this is a killer option.
The potato croquette was delightful as well and the green beans were fine (hard to glow about green beans when that steak is there like “please eat me. I’m delicious!”).
The next entree up is the X2 Duck! Doesn’t that just sound cool? This dish comes with a Roasted and Confit Crescent Duck, Butternut Squash Flan, Brussels Sprouts, and an Orange Glaze.
If you like duck, then you’ll likely enjoy this dish! The skin was super crispy and overall it was cooked very well.
The Butternut Squash Flan had a unique texture that might throw you a little bit, but we enjoyed it.
Perhaps the best part about this entree is that it comes with Space 220’s amazing Brussels Sprouts. If you’re debating whether or not to add it on as a side dish for $10 extra, remember that it comes included with the X2 Duck!
Another red meat option is the Slow Rotation Short Rib, which is a Braised Short Rib with Cheddar Grits, Bacon, and Haricot Vert.
This was another good option for your entree round! The Short Rib was falling off of the bone. We thought the ribs themselves could have used more sauce, but they were still cooked perfectly.
The grits paired really well with the Short Rib! So far, Space 220’s entrees were off to a pretty good start.
If you’re in the mood for something a bit on the lighter side, you can order the Florida Red Snapper. This seafood dish comes with San Marzano Tomato Broth, Fingerling Potatoes, Broccolini, and Sicilian Tapenade.
This snapper dish was good and (at least in our opinion) we found it to be by FAR a better Snapper option than what you’ll find at Coral Reef Restaurant.
The Sicilian Tapenade had a nice citrusy flavor to it that we enjoyed, and the Tomato Broth brought the entire dish together! Overall, it’s a very lovely option if you want something that isn’t as heavy as the red meat entree options.
Space 220 also has a veggie option called Terra Bolognese. This meat-free dish comes with Corn Linguine, Tempeh Ragu, Macadamia Nut “Ricotta,” Zucchini, and Mushroom.
Truthfully, it didn’t really taste like a bolognese to us. It does, however, have some good flavors going on.
We definitely picked up on the Macadamia Nut flavor in the “Ricotta.” Plant-based eaters will likely appreciate that this dish was included on the menu, but it’s probably not the best option if you are a meat-eater and are feeling “curious” — we would stick to another entree instead!
Next up is the Roasted Free-range Chicken, which includes Chicken Roulade, Mashed Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Garlic Thyme Jus. Again, this is one of the few entree carryovers from lunch.
This is more up the “basic” alley of flavors when you consider some of the out-of-this-world space-themed dishes to choose from, but it was quite good. It reminded us more of a holiday meal back on Earth than something you’d find in space. The star of the dish was definitely the Brussels Sprouts (we’re over here about to start the “Space 220 brussel sprout fanclub” if you couldn’t tell) and the potatoes were great, too!
Salmon fans can try the Bluehouse Salmon, the other lunch entree option available at dinner, which comes served with Glazed Carrots, King Oyster Mushrooms, Baby Bok Choy, Ginger, and Beurre Blanc.
The salmon was cooked well and had a bit of a smokey flavor to it! Like many of the other dishes, the salmon had great presentation.
The carrots and mushroom were both tasty and had a good texture, and the Beurre Blanc was very creamy with a rich buttery flavor! If you enjoy Bok Choy then you’ll like the addition in this dish, but if that isn’t your thing, then you might want to order something else or just eat around that part of the dish.
Dinner – Supplementals
For $18 extra, you can order the 24oz Bone-in Ribeye, which includes Coffee Space Rub, Cheddar Leek Moonrock, Asparagus, and Cippolini Onion.
Note that the $18 is supplemental to the prix fixe menu. Don’t worry though, you’ll immediately see where that extra $18 is going — it’s a HUGE portion of food and you’ll likely have plenty of leftovers to take back to your resort with you.
As far as taste goes, this was another solid entree. The char was amazing. Our server recommended you order this dish medium and we found that it was very tasty that way!! Obviously ribeye is going to be a little on the fatty side, but if you’re into that, then it’s a GREAT meal.
Here’s a look inside that Cheddar Leek Moonrock! The texture was somewhere near a popover — crisp outside and doughy inside.
The other option for the Space Station Supplementals is the 1.5 lbs Baked Whole Lobster Stuffed with Jumbo Crab. Sound like a lot to you? You would be correct, because it WAS a lot. Just take a look!
This heavy dish comes with Roasted Corn, Broccolini, and Mornay Sauce. Like the Ribeye, this Lobster dish is supplemental to the Prix fixe menu.
The Lobster, like most of the entrees we tried, was delectable. This upcharge is $20 for ALL this — not bad considering the New England Lobster Roll on the lounge menu is a whopping $34.
It comes with a hearty pour of garlic butter that soaks right into the crab and lobster meats — YUM. Even if you aren’t that big of a lobster fan, we think you’ll be surprised at just how good this meal is. Of all of the items that come with an upcharge, we think this one is worth it the most.
The food doesn’t stop there — now let’s chat about the side dishes you can add to your entree round!
Dinner – Sides
If you would like to enhance your entrees, you can order from a small selection of “Satellite Sides,” which include Roasted Fingerling Potatoes for $9, Fried Potato Wedges for $8, Brussels Sprouts for $10, or Broccolini for $9.
We LOVED the Brussels Sprouts. They were fork tender and cooked perfectly! #spacesprouts4lyfe
We could tell that they were sautéed well and had a little bit of sweetness to them — overall, this was a stellar side dish we would gladly add on to any entree!
Dinner – Desserts
Don’t forget about your third course that comes with Prix fixe dinner — the desserts! 220 miles above Earth they’re known as “Super Nova Sweets,” and they include your choice between Carrot Cake, Chocolate Cheesecake, Lemon Mousse, Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake, and Gelato & Sorbet!
Let’s start off with the Carrot Cake! This is a Plant-Based Carrot Cake with Plant-Based Cream Cheese, Candied Walnuts, Toasted Pepitas.
You might have your own ideas of what a plant-based dish might taste like, but don’t let the “plant-based” designation scare you off. We were pleasantly surprised to find that this dish was super flavorful! It also came to us just in time for fall — we got major autumn vibes with this dessert with the Carrot and Pumpkin seeds. This tasted like a solid slice of carrot cake.
The Chocolate Cheesecake comes served with Whipped Chocolate Ganache, Chocolate Sauce, White Chocolate Crunchy Pearls, Cookie Crumbs, and Dark Chocolate Shards. This may be the obvious dessert choice if you’re a fan of all things chocolate, but it’s also pretty basic flavors.
This dessert has a really unique look to it; the presentation was definitely fun and unique! The flavor was rich and chocolatey — just what you would want from this dish. It was light and airy so we didn’t feel too weighed down as we were eating it.
The Lemon Mousse comes in a Sphere shape and is adorned with White Chocolate Rings, Lemon Custard, Marinated Blueberries, and Lemon Curd. First off, let’s take a moment and appreciate how BEAUTIFUL the presentation is with this dessert!
The flavor of this dessert was VERY lemony and tart, but we wouldn’t necessarily say it was overly sour. The texture of the base was a little on the gooey side, so be prepared for that! We were hoping it would be crunchy instead. Lemon fans will love this one.
Next up is the Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake, which comes with a Dark Chocolate Sauce, Caramel Crunchy Pearls, and a Salted Toffee Drizzle.
We noticed that the toffee sauce was VERY thick — it definitely wasn’t just a caramel! Overall this dessert was a little on the small side. We loved the bananas on top though! If you’re looking for a “bread pudding” type of dessert, we think there are much better options for you around Disney World. Out of all the options available, we’re just aren’t sure if this is the best one. But if you absolutely love bread pudding and are looking for that type of dessert while here, then you might enjoy it.
Last but not least is the Gelato and Sorbet, which comes with your choice of Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, or Mango. Since we dined on plenty of chocolate in the other desserts, we chose Strawberry!
This was a pretty standard Sorbet with no surprises, but it’s a great fruity and sweet way to end your evening at Space 220. We didn’t pick up on any artificial flavors at all; we found this dessert to be very fresh and tasty! Some people LOVE a scoop of ice cream or sorbet to end a meal but, if you’re trying to get the most value out of your meal, we’d recommend picking a “fancier” dessert.
Keep in mind Space 220 also has a lounge space available that has some exclusive bites of its own. To check out our thoughts on the menu served at the Space 220 lounge, click here!
Nosh or Not
Grab the space elevator up to Centauri Station if:
- You want to try the very latest in Disney World dining. Space 220 JUST opened and anything that is brand-new in Disney World is typically going to be a very exciting experience.
- You enjoy the idea of a prix fixe menu. Though a little on the pricey side, you know exactly what comes included in the price tag: an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert. From there, it’s up to you if you want to add anything else on.
- You want a true dining experience. Not only does Space 220 have good food, but the big selling point is taking that ride up the elevator and getting panoramic views of OUTER SPACE. Seeing an astronaut float by as you take a bite of lobster is, well…something that could only happen at Disney World.
Stay grounded if:
- You’re trying to save money on dining in Disney World. The prix fixe menu ain’t cheap at $79 per adult and $29 per child for dinner, and that doesn’t even include the Supplementals, or Specialty Drinks.
- You’re trying to fit as much into your EPCOT day as possible. EPCOT is a big park, and dining at Space 220 will take a good chunk of time out of your day, from the three-course meal to the whole elevator experience.
- You truly want something unique. As creative as some of the dishes in Space 220 are, they are for the most part familiar and “safe” flavors to most guests. If you’re looking to be a little more adventurous and try something new, there are many options in World Showcase to visit (and are easier to snag a reservation!).
This new addition to Future World brings with it a ton of unique flavors, textures, and colors! There’s a good variety of options to choose from, whether you’re into heavier meat dishes, seafood, or plant-based items. There are some culinary moments that are really fun, whether it’s in the presentation of the dishes or a surprise ingredient here or there. There are classic flavors here too that they did a great job at executing, like the Brussels Sprouts and the Filet.
At $79 per adult, you’ll have to decide if it’s worth the upcharge from lunch’s prix fixe price of $55 to include dessert. That’s $24 extra (though we will say the entrees for dinner were mostly all unique from the lunch selections and felt a bit higher quality)! Still, Space 220 is the new kid on the block as far as Disney World restaurants go, so it’s likely going to be popular for some time. If you have an upcoming vacation, be ready the moment your Advance Dining Reservation window opens up sixty days prior to arrival and book Space 220 first.
OK, so the big question: is it worth it? It really depends. If we had to compare the Space 220 experience to other spots at Disney World, the first comparisons we’d make would be Cinderella’s Royal Table or (to some extent) Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom. They’re pricey — for the food you’re served, more pricey than they likely should be — but you’re not ONLY eating there for the food. A big draw, possibly more so than the food, is the experience. In the case of Cinderella’s, it’s your only option to eat IN Cinderella Castle. Here, it’s eating IN space. You’re paying for the view out the windows, the theming, the space elevator “ride.” The level of how “worth it” it is will depend on your desire to experience this. For US, this lands pretty much in line with Cinderella’s Royal Table — worth doing at least once to say you did it. Beyond that, it’s kind of a “one and done” experience initially for us, mainly due to the cost.
The food was good, but it wasn’t outstanding. Everything we tried was flavorful and presented nicely, but it wasn’t the best steak in Disney World, the best chicken in Disney World, etc. That said, to be honest, the food exceeded our expectations after the menu was initially announced. The drinks were all very creative. We found most of them to be quite sweet, but the garnishes and presentations were lovely. Keep in mind though, drinks cost extra, so that almost 80 dollar dinner gets even pricier with a few cocktails to go with it.
As for deciding which meal of the day is BEST here, it’s a toss-up. The entrees at dinner felt ever so slightly more upscale than the options at lunch, but we enjoyed those as well. This, combined with the addition of dessert, could make the $24 price jump from lunch to dinner worth it for some and not others. The appetizers remain the same for both meals, so deciding if you want more robust dessert options included with your meal will be a factor in choosing your time to dine. All that said, the lounge remains a solid option if you want something else entirely. We really enjoyed the small bites in the lounge and you can order all the drinks there as well. The lounge will remain first come, first served, but we suspect it will be a very hot ticket to get a spot here, judging by how fast reservations for the dining room booked up.
And then there’s the experience. Your trip in a space elevator. Entering the Centauri Space Station. Looking out those panoramic windows down on earth. It’s VERY cool and unique. There’s really nothing else like it around Disney World. That’s why we think, if you can swing it, you should give the spot a try at least once. We found the views in most of the restaurant to be great to good. The “best” seats of the house are debatable, but we think being right up on the glass looking out into space felt the most immersive to us. The raised portion of the dining room farther back had a nice sweeping view out the windows and offered a different experience that was still really enjoyable. That said, there are some tables to the far sides that we suspect guests shelling out 80 bucks each will be disappointed to be seated. The views can be a bit more limited and less “in the action” feeling than those more centrally located in the dining room. Just something to keep in mind.
With that, we ate just about everything the Centauri Space Station has to offer! We’ll certainly be back down the road to see how the location holds up, and the lounge is a very appealing option we’d happily return to soon. Would you eat at this new restaurant? Let us know in the comments.
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