The first items for a time capsule that will be sealed later this year were unveiled at the Seattle Space Needle Thursday morning.
The unveiling kicks off a nationwide search for items that provide a snapshot of life in 2019 and "predictions for the future."
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The capsule, which weighs more than 160 pounds and stands at 42 inches tall, will be sealed Oct. 21.
The capsule won't be opened until April 21, 2062 - the day marking the Space Needle's 100th anniversary.
The public has an opportunity to add personal items in the capsule through an online contest, which goes live at 8 a.m. Thursday. Five people will be selected.
The first five items that went in were:
- Set of Forever stamps
- Single share of Amazon.com stock
- Poster signed by Pearl Jam
- Mini Seahawks helmet signed by Walter Jones