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Download a guide that includes hands-on, space-themed learning activities for students in grades 3-8.
Through her ground-breaking role as Star Trek’s Chief Communications Officer Lt. Uhura, Nichelle Nichols became a passionate advocate to get women and minorities involved in real-world space exploration.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the sky to fly over waterfowl habitat and learn more about migratory birds, waterfowl, and life as a pilot biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
During World War II, Royal Air Force fighters sometimes had issues diving while in combat because their engines would be flooded with excess fuel and cut out. Tilly devised a simple solution to this problem
Early aviation history, pioneering pilots, and one community’s story of unity on a day of infamy—there’s a lot going on in this episode (but still no intermission).
Real-time air traffic reveals travel patterns occurring on timescales far more rapid than species migration.
Through the National Air and Space Museum’s virtual story times, we offer stories for young children and their families inspired by our collection of air and space objects and historic photos.
Wonder Woman has the invisible jet, Batman has the silent batwing, and the military has the B-2 and the F-117. Learn about actual stealth aircraft and the science behind making a sneaky flying machine.