July, 2015

High School Students Graduate from The Museum of Flight’s First Private Pilot Ground School

High School Students Graduate from The Museum of Flight’s First Private Pilot Ground School

SEATTLE – July 10 was graduation day for 50 high school students in The Museum of Flight’s first Private Pilot Ground School. The three-week aeronautical science class was done in partnership with the Museum, Raisbeck Aviation High School, and Puget Sound Skills Center. Addressing airline industry concerns about future pilot shortages, the course was designed […]

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Extreme Space Medicine Gets Check Up at the Museum of Flight

SEATTLE – At 1 p.m. on July 25, NASA flight surgeon David P. Reyes, MD, tells how medicine is conducted in the most extreme environments, and what medical capabilities are required for upcoming missions to the Moon, Mars and beyond. Reyes helps clear NASA astronauts for spaceflight, and has supported NASA operations in the Arctic, […]

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Michener Art Museum Pays Homage to Pennsylvania Industrial Heritage

Michener Art Museum Pays Homage to Pennsylvania Industrial Heritage

(Doylestown, PA) Molten steel, billowing smoke, soot-covered miners, and the jagged geometry of mills and factories covering vast tracts of land—these are not the usual subjects for artists, but as seen on the canvases in Iron and Coal, Petroleum and Steel: Industrial Art from the Steidle Collection, they can be transformed into objects of sublime […]

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Plutopalooza Looks Up to Close Encounter with Pluto at Museum of Flight

SEATTLE – On July 19, the Museum celebrates one of the longest journeys in spaceflight history, as NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft arrives at Pluto after a 9-year trip through the solar system. This 2 p.m. “Plutopalooza” presentation will look at the probe’s wealth of discoveries about the distant, dwarf planet. Check the Museum Website, and […]

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