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is it possible to setup a public calendar in a domain secured Sharepoint?

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Our Sharepoint 2007 is configured to authenticate users using AD accounts.  I got a request to setup a Calendar that public can read but not change and setup this in our secured Sharepoint site.  I mean, this doesn't make sense to me but I thought I would check.  
Is it possible to crate just a calendar in our Sharepoint?  Is it possible to let public view this calendar without logging in?  Thanks.
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Create a separate web app for your calendar and allow anonymous authentication.
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