San Diego's Lyrique Lee needed help after earning a trip to a leadership conference in Washington D.C.
A star-studded forum of astronauts and mission control directors will share in-depth personal experiences from NASA’s legendary Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs with Museum guests during a rare special event, “America Celebrates the 45th Anniversary of Apollo 16."
Please save the date for the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s 34th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. The annual tournament helps us provide quality educational experiences to San Diego students.
Cernan, who entered the International Air and Space Hall of Fame in 2007, was the last of only 12 people to ever leave footprints on the Moon.
Be the Astronaut, a world-class experience featuring STEM-based content via a fusion of physical exhibitry and state-of-the-art, hands-on video game technology, is now open at the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and the last surviving member of the original “Mercury Seven” astronauts, passed away today. He was 95.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is remembering the 75th Anniversary of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor with a display of rare artifacts, including pieces of all three types of Japanese aircraft that participated in the raid, the Museum announced today.
Gibbs was a significant part of the legacy of aviation in the San Diego region.
We have continued to improve our various collection databases and our offerings online to the general public. Much of this work has been accomplished through a series of federal and foundation grants. In the past several years, the Institute of Museum and Library Studies (IMLS) has contributed over $250,000 in grants for our Great Explorations project, first Phase I and now Phase II.
Aviation Legend Bob Hoover – described by Gen. Jimmy Doolittle as the “greatest stick-and-rudder man who ever lived” – passed away earlier today. He was 94.