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The Museum of Flight
One of the largest non-profit air and space museums in the world. museum and accredited.
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Boeing Airplanes 15h
Our newest jet just got a fresh coat of paint. This 787-10 Dreamliner will be delivered to later this year, after helping us test technologies that enhance safety and reduce fuel use, emissions and noise.
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🇳🇱 Jarco 🇳🇱 Aug 11
Goodmorning everyone, Unfolding bi-fold Wings of Fairey Gannet, a submarine destroyer from 1954.
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Chasing The Moon: The Book 7h
August 11, 1969: The cover of Newsweek magazine.
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krkphotog 21h
The 1st contract for Lunar Rover Vehicles was to Boeing for $19mil. Cost overruns led to a final cost of $38mil. Four lunar rovers were built, one each for Apollo missions 15, 16, and 17; and 1 for spare parts. Three LRV left on the moon makes it a Lunar Used Car Lot.
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Galactic Journey 12h
[Aug. 11, 1965] Launched this morning: the 6th Atlas Centaur blasted off with a model of the lunar Surveyor spacecraft. Soon, one will land on the Moon!
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Airline Gossip 9h
Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks
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The Museum of Flight 9h
Russia names its 1st COVID-19 vaccine 'Sputnik V' after space race triumph
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Human waste as fertilizer: NASA to test technology built at USF to grow veggies in space via
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The Museum of Flight 14h
Exciting changes are happening in our Personal Courage Wing! Here’s a sneak peek of the action... We recently raised the P-51 Mustang!✈️
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US Navy’s mid-band jammer pod makes first flight on Boeing EA-18G Growler
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Guy Norris Aug 7
Just rediscovered old shots of Dash 80 707 prototype I took Aug 2003 prior to its unpressurized trans-Con ferry flight to museum. Today is 65th anniversary of Tex Johnston's infamous 1g Dash 80 barrel roll over Seattle in 1955
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Isaac ✈ Alexander Aug 5
A BIG day at ! Our new F-117 Nighthawk arrived at today, all the way from Tonopah, Nevada. The airframe was demilitarized there. We'll attach the wings, vertical stabilizers and some other things, and then it will finally get a new paint job.
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Ron Eisele 16h
Canadair CF-104 Starfighter - Royal Canadian Air Force
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National Air and Space Museum 17h
On this day in 1978, a crew of balloonists departed in "Double Eagle II" on the first balloon flight across the Atlantic:
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Aug 10
You don't want to miss tomorrow's Perseids meteor shower! – it's the best show of the year!
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Simple Flying 20h
Jumbos In The Scrapyard: How A Retired Boeing 747 Is Dismantled
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Simple Flying 17h
You Can Now Own Part Of A Lufthansa Airbus A320
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The Museum of Flight Aug 10
Have you booked your experience!?✈️✨ The Museum now offers new private, curated tours for groups of up to four combining exclusive access to aircraft cockpits and cabins, viewing of rare artifacts and so much more! Premium Experiences➡️
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Michael Collins Aug 10
Happy birthday to two of my favorite things: and ! I am forever grateful to have worked during its first years, and there is no better pilot around than Snoopy!
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