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Femininity in Flight Featured in New Exhibit Opening July 10 at The Museum of Flight

Femininity in Flight Featured in New Exhibit Opening July 10 at The Museum of Flight

. July 2, 2010 . 0 Comments

“Chasing Horizons: Women in Aerospace” exhibit runs July 10 – Nov. 7 SEATTLE, – Opening July 10, Chasing Horizons: Women in Aerospace is a new exhibit produced by The Museum of Flight that portrays the history of women in the aerospace industry. The story begins with the pioneer French aeronaut Élisabeth Thible, who became the […]

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MIT Museum Polaroid Exhibit to Feature Exclusive Lady Gaga Polaroid Photograph

. July 2, 2010 . 0 Comments

Polaroid gathered at the MIT Museum to celebrate the brand’s rich 73-year history and bright future. Polaroid presented an exclusive photo of Lady Gaga, Polaroid’s Creative Director, to the MIT Museum that will become a part of the Polaroid artifacts at the museum, while naming Bobby Sager as Chairman of the Board for Polaroid. “The […]

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Computer History Museum Kicks Off First Affiliated Historian Program With IEEE Events

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Computer History Museum (CHM) today announced its inaugural Affiliated Historian Program, which connects museum members and the larger Silicon Valley community with the thinking of respected technology academics and historians. In July, Dr. Ross Bassett, an Associate Professor of History at North Carolina State University, will use the museum’s extensive collection and archives as […]

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New Space Gallery at The Seattle Museum of Flight Breaks Ground

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

Seattle’s Museum of Flight broke ground today on the first phase of its new 15,500-square-foot “Human Space Flight Gallery.” While the Museum has long planned to expand its space exhibits, the new state-of-the-art gallery is a precondition to being awarded one of the retiring United States Space Shuttles, which may be delivered on the back […]

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Railway Groups Work Together to put Mallard on Display at the National Railway Museum Shildon

. June 29, 2010 . 0 Comments

The National Railway Museum at Shildon will be working with The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust and the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group to put a record-breaking locomotive on display at the museum this summer. The magnificent LNER class A4 4468 Mallard will be leaving the National Railway Museum at York and travelling by rail to […]

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