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San Diego Air & Space Museum Blog

San Diego Air & Space Museum mourns the loss of Joe Clark

A leading aviation industry visionary, Clark was inducted into San Diego’s International Air & Space Hall of Fame in 2010


San Diego Air & Space Museum launches SDASM TV!

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!


San Diego Air & Space Museum mourns the loss of Apollo 15’s Al Worden

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.


Apollo 13: The Mission Control Story Celebration POSTPONED

The "Apollo 13: The Mission Control Celebration" originally set for April 11 has been postponed, the Museum announced today.


Distinguished Class of 2019 to enter International Air & Space Hall of Fame on Nov. 23

This year’s class includes a who’s who of the men and women representing the pioneering spirit of aviation and space exploration.


Remembering Barron Hilton

Hilton has been called by some the “Patron Saint of Sport Aviation.”


Mary Ford Personal Papers

The Museum’s Library & Archives recently received a very special donation of material that once belonged to Mary Estelle Zerbel Hooper Ford,


San Diego’s Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Celebration

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.


​Apollo 9 Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Air & Space Museum

All three crew members – James McDivitt, David Scott and Rusty Schweickart – on hand for historic gathering.


Elm Farm Ollie: The Story of the First Cow to Take Flight

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.


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