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In Monday's AJC: Atlanta's flyin' high

Find special coverage of Sunday's Super Bowl in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The AJC editions for Monday include a special 2-page photo showing military jets flying above the open roof at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.

The photo captured an iconic moment before the game, while the stadium’s retractable roof was open during Gladys Knight’s singing of the National Anthem. It also shows the stadium’s Halo Board, the massive video board that circles the roof line.

After the flyover by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the roof was closed for the start of the game.

The special photo covers the equivalent of two newspaper pages, with more photos on the reverse side that together make a special 4-page wrap around the Monday edition of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the AJCePaper.

Monday's edition of the AJC is covered by a 4-page wrap that includes this photo, covering the equivalent of two newspaper pages. (AJCePaper)

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You'll also find two more full pages of coverage in the A section and a 20-page Super Bowl Day sports section. In addition to complete coverage in stories and photos from the game, you will find articles about the performers, the commercials and the celebrities at the game. 

Monday’s edition is both a complete record of Atlanta's Super Bowl Sunday and, for some, a keepsake edition of the AJC.

The edition can be found in the AJCePaper and at Atlanta retail stores that sell the daily AJC.

The AJC’s coverage of Super Bowl 53 included a 48-page special section in the Sunday, Jan. 27 editions and a 24-page section on Super Bowl Sunday that featured a movie poster page previewing the game. 

Our journalists have also provided live updates on ajc.com

> RELATED: Go to ajc.com/53 for the AJC’s online updates and guides

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