The National Air and Space Museum holds in trust over 60,000 artifacts and more than 20,000 cubic feet of archival materials. Historic aircraft and space artifacts, such as the 1903 Wright Flyer and the Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia, highlight the National Collection.

Thousands of additional artifacts—including engines, rockets, uniforms, spacesuits, balloons, artwork, documents, manuscripts, and photographs—document the richness of the history of flight. A wide variety of these artifacts are on display at the Museum in Washington, DC and the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA.

 

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28 result(s) Indicator, Oxygen Flow Object Mask, Oxygen, Disposable Object Mask, Oxygen, Type A-13A or MS-22001, United States Air Force Object Mask, Oxygen, Type MBU-3/P or MS-22001, United States Air Force Object Mask, Oxygen, Type MBU-12/P, United States Navy Object Mask, Oxygen, Type MBU-5/P, United States Air Force Object Mask, Oxygen, Type MBU-23/P, United States Marine Corps Object Mask, Oxygen, Type MBU-3/P or MS-22001, United States Air Force Object Mask, Oxygen, Demand Type, Luftwaffe Object Face Mask, United States Army Air Service Object Vaporizer, Oxygen, Imperial German Air Force Object Mask, Oxygen, Type A-13A, United States Navy Object
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Our collections specialists actively work on the conservation, preservation, restoration, and long-term care of the objects in our collection. From full-scale restoration projects to applying preservation techniques and doing regular assessments, these activities form a crucial part of our stewardship of the National Collection.

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