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Museum of Flight Music and Drinks Event Features Apollo 8 Astronaut and Best-Selling Space Author

Museum of Flight Music and Drinks Event Features Apollo 8 Astronaut and Best-Selling Space Author

. May 11, 2017

Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders joins author of “Apollo 13,” Jeffrey Kluger SEATTLE – On May 20, The Museum of Flight hosts a 1960s-themed music and drinks event, Earthrise: An Evening with Apollo 8, with special guest Jeffery Kluger, best-selling author (with Jim Lovell) of “Apollo 13.” The subject of his new book, “Apollo 8 […]

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Press Preview for New APOLLO Exhibit at The Museum of Flight

Press Preview for New APOLLO Exhibit at The Museum of Flight

. May 4, 2017

SEATTLE – On Thursday, May 18 at 10 a.m. The Museum of Flight welcomes members of the press to an exclusive preview of its new exhibit about the 1960s Space Race, APOLLO. Two exciting new announcements will be revealed at the event, and the special guest speaker is explorer David Concannon, who helped lead Bezos […]

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Museum of Flight Hosts 4th Annual SpaceFest May 20-21

Museum of Flight Hosts 4th Annual SpaceFest May 20-21

. May 3, 2017

SpaceFest 2017: The Lunar Legacy celebrates the opening weekend of the Museum’s new APOLLO exhibit SEATTLE – This year’s SpaceFest: The Lunar Legacy, complements the opening weekend of the Museum’s new APOLLO exhibit with astronauts, space luminaries, family activities and VR experiences. These events are free with Museum admission. Saturday programs include discussions detailing the […]

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The Birdie Has Landed… at The Museum of Flight

The Birdie Has Landed… at The Museum of Flight

. March 31, 2017

Recovered golf ball from famous Apollo 14 “Moon Shot” now on exhibit SEATTLE – Some 45 years after tee off, a golf ball, believed to have been the very same ball Alan Shepard shanked on the Moon was found washed up along the coastline in Grays Harbor, WA. This ball is now on display at […]

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Major Artifact Installed in New APOLLO Gallery at The Museum of Flight

Major Artifact Installed in New APOLLO Gallery at The Museum of Flight

. March 23, 2017

SEATTLE – Last week the Museum of Flight received a special delivery– a full-scale F-1 rocket engine, received on loan from the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. The F-1 engine remains the most powerful single-nozzle, liquid-fueled rocket engine ever developed. Standing 19 feet tall and 12 feet wide, the installation was a careful and collaborative […]

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