The San Diego Air & Space Museum mourns the loss of Michael Collins, the Command Module Pilot on the historic first Apollo 11 moon landing in July 1969.
Lunney was one of the lead Flight Directors on almost every notable mission of the Apollo program and a member of the prestigious International Air & Space Hall of Fame.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum has several artifacts that traveled in Space, and some that actually went to the moon!
The San Diego Air & Space Museum’s popular STEM Saturday Kits are re-launching this Saturday, March 13, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum is mourning the loss of Chuck Yeager, the first man to break the sound barrier in level flight in the Bell X-1.
Hollywood has long had an infatuation with flight, and many movies have been produced with aircraft in leading roles.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum recently hosted a special Facebook Live with NASA Engineer Johnny Heflin, the manager of the Liquid Engines Element in NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) Program.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage month, the San Diego Air & Space Museum has curated an online exhibit about Hispanic and Latino/Latina aviators that made significant contributions to the history of aerospace.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum recently had a video conversation with one of its Hall of Famers, Walter “Walt” Cunningham, a Marine Corps aviator, NASA astronaut and author.
Wagstaff is a six-time member of the US Aerobatic Team. She has won the gold, silver and bronze medals in Olympic-level international aerobatic competition. She is the first woman to win the title of US National Aerobatic champion and one of the few people to win it three times.