Lunar Module Pilot Charlie Duke, Flight Directors Gerry Griffin and Gene Kranz, and pioneering aerospace nurse Dee O’Hara highlighted an All-Star, star-studded Apollo 16 50th Anniversary Celebration at the San Diego Air & Space Museum on April 23.
Galileo Galilei was an Italian astronomer, physicist and engineer who has been called the “Father” of observational astronomy, modern physics, the scientific method and experimental science.
Known as the "Mexican Lindbergh,” Captain Carranza is arguably the most significant Mexican aviator.
The Museum’s dedicated Education Department continues to offer several inspirational offerings which support our mission to Preserve, Inspire, Educate and Celebrate achievements and innovations in aviation and space exploration.
The Museum's FB-5 will be depicted in the markings of VF-1 on the USS Langley -- the US Navy's first Aircraft Carrier -- in the late 1920’s.
Join other top local business leaders as Navy ace and former TOPGUN Instructor Bill “Willy” Driscoll shares his battle-tested concepts for achieving peak performance under the most difficult conditions.
The event is the perfect opportunity to find priceless, special gifts for the aviation enthusiasts in your life.
A long standing tradition, the Museum’s annual Charity Golf tournament brings golfers from across Southern California and beyond.
If you love aviation and space, become a member and take advantage of fantastic benefits while supporting your San Diego Air & Space Museum!