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A leading aviation industry visionary, Clark was inducted into San Diego’s International Air & Space Hall of Fame in 2010
Museum’s new online channels revolutionize access to incredible and rare stories behind the greatest achievements in aviation and space flight history – tune in now!
Worden was one of only 24 people in the world to fly to the Moon and the first man to conduct a spacewalk in deep space.
The "Apollo 13: The Mission Control Celebration" originally set for April 11 has been postponed, the Museum announced today.
This year’s class includes a who’s who of the men and women representing the pioneering spirit of aviation and space exploration.
Hilton has been called by some the “Patron Saint of Sport Aviation.”
The Museum’s Library & Archives recently received a very special donation of material that once belonged to Mary Estelle Zerbel Hooper Ford,
The Air & Space Museum was the place to be in San Diego for those celebrating the official 50th Anniversary of the first time men walked on the Moon.
All three crew members – James McDivitt, David Scott and Rusty Schweickart – on hand for historic gathering.
On February 18, 1930, the first cow to ever take flight ascended into the sky in a Ford Tri-Motor. As part of the celebration of the International Air Exposition in St. Louis, Elm Farm Ollie was flown from Bismarck, Missouri, to St. Louis, a distance of 72 miles. Elm Farm Ollie was the first cow to take flight and the first cow to be milked on a plane.