ATLANTA -- After three years of effort, the Spaceport Florida Authority has arranged its first financing, a $25 million taxable bank loan to build a museum commemorating manned flights to the moon.

The authority's administrator, James D. Leary, said Friday that he expects the borrowing from SouthTrust Bank of Alabama to close tomorrow, following unanimous approval by Spaceport Florida's board of directors on June 17.

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