In our ongoing efforts to stay connected with the community during these unprecedented times, the San Diego Air & Space Museum recently launched SDASM TV, a series of new innovative and educationally groundbreaking video channels.
“SDASM TV revolutionizes how viewers can easily access the incredible and rare stories behind the greatest achievements and personal daring, which defines innovation in aviation and space technologies; and that golden age continues even now as you’ll view it on SDASM TV. For more than 100 years the journey of aviation and space led the way, advancing mankind’s most significant and life altering technological innovations,” said Jim Kidrick, President & CEO of the Museum. “Nowhere else in the world will you find a better and more comprehensive resource revealing the truly remarkable story of flight and space travel than on SDASM TV! It’s our way of ensuring during a time of great challenge for many, we visually remind Americans what made us a great nation and continues to do so…the innovative minds, which walked America on the Moon first!”
SDASM TV plays the San Diego Air & Space Museum’s expansive featured insider stories, exciting archival footage and oral (and video) histories. SDASM TV also provides STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics) challenges substantive to the Museum’s mission to preserve, inspire, educate and celebrate aviation and space flight history and innovation. “We’ve been focused on digitizing photographs, videos and oral histories more than any other museum for a very long time, and now it’s paying off,” added Kidrick.
SDASM TV’s “Apollo Insider” channel showcases one-of-a-kind videos from the Museum’s world-class Apollo events where the men and women who were responsible for America safely landing men on the Moon share their unique, behind-the-scenes first-person stories about NASA’s greatest triumph.
SDASM TV’s “Aviation Archives – Unleashed!” channel showcases an awe-inspiring collection of rare videos, which have been expertly digitized and preserved by the Museum’s world-renowned archival team, resulting in never-before-seen footage of some of the most remarkable achievements in the development of aviation and space flight technologies and advancements.
The Museum’s “Oral History” channel features proprietary one-on-one interviews with some of the most famous figures in the annals of aviation and space flight history.
Also on SDASM TV: STEM-focused video challenges designed to educate and inspire school-aged science, technology, engineering, math and innovation enthusiasts around the world. The Museum also recently launched the “Ask A Pilot” series where viewers can submit questions that as licensed pilot and FAA ground instructor from the Museum will answer via video.
“Now more than ever it is critical for the San Diego Air & Space Museum to remain committed to our mission to preserve, inspire, educate and celebrate space flight history and technology,” added Kidrick. “SDASM TV is an immersive, educational and fun experience providing unlimited access to audiences all across the globe. Our superb team at the Museum wants to ensure we do our part.”
Visit SDASM TV today at http://sandiegoairandspace.org/tv.