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Astronaut Dr. Michael R. Barratt Featured Speaker at the The Museum of Flight

Astronaut Dr. Michael R. Barratt Featured Speaker at the The Museum of Flight

. January 11, 2017

Family-friendly presentation by inspiring spacewalker and medical doctor SEATTLE – On Feb. 4 at 2 p.m., astronaut Dr. Michael R. Barratt will deliver an inspiring and family-friendly presentation at The Museum of Flight. Barratt was a Flight Engineer for Expedition 19/20 to the International Space Station in 2009, and returned to orbit in 2011 as […]

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Major New Space Race Exhibit Opens May 20 at the Museum of Flight

Major New Space Race Exhibit Opens May 20 at the Museum of Flight

. January 5, 2017

Exhibit features first display of historic Apollo Moon rockets SEATTLE – May 20, 2017, The Museum of Flight will open an exciting exhibit about the American and Soviet “Space Race” to the Moon during the 1960s. It is a story of individuals taming powerful new technologies to fulfill impossible dreams. The exhibit will also be […]

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Children mix art with science at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum – CBMM this February

Children mix art with science at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum – CBMM this February

. December 15, 2016

Each Saturday this February, young mariners ages 4 to 9 are invited to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., to participate in CBMM’s new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) Team. Class sizes are limited, with advanced registration needed. Each week, CBMM’s STEAM Team will be led by instructor Martha Hamlyn in […]

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XPRIZE Private Spaceflight Luminaries Gather for Reception, Discussion, Book Signing at the Museum of Flight

XPRIZE Private Spaceflight Luminaries Gather for Reception, Discussion, Book Signing at the Museum of Flight

. October 4, 2016

An evening event with best-selling author Julian Guthrie and subjects of her new book–Ansari XPRIZE cofounders Peter Diamondis and Erik Lindbergh, and SpaceShipOne pilot Brian Binnie Ten years ago on Oct. 4, manned private spaceflight became a reality with the second and final flight of SpaceShipOne; the accomplishment also earned the SpaceShipOne team the first […]

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Museum of Flight Announces Free First Flights for Girls

. September 17, 2016

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight is offering free first flights in small planes to girls and young women on Sept. 24-25, 11 a.m to 5 p.m. The First Time Fliers program provides 15-minute rides in light planes to girls and women ages 8-17 to promote interest in aviation, space and STEM professions (not to […]

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