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Presented Online STEM in 30
Episode available starting February 14, 2019

Your Ticket to Space: Commercial Spaceflight

Orion, Dragon, and Starliner. These are not the names of mythical creatures or far off vessels. They are the first line of commercial space vehicles ready to take humans to space in the near future. Will you get a ride? This episode will be available starting February 14, 2019. Once you’...

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Orion Rendering
Museum in Washington, DC Astronomical Observing
February 17, 2019 | 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Stargaze at the Observatory

Stargaze with us! Our staff will be there to help you use our telescopes and answer questions about the Moon, planets, stars, and more. Details Stargazing is free and open to the public It is weather permitting....

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Stargaze at the Observatory

Telescopic observing draws young visitors
Presented Online STEM in 30
Episode available starting March 14, 2019

Rock Me Like a Hurricane

Have you ever wondered what happens inside the eye of a hurricane? Find out what it's like and why it is important to study these storms from space, the ground, and in an airplane. Join STEM in 30 as they fly into a hurricane and learn all about these massive storms. This episode will be...

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Hurricane Irene from the GOES-13 Satellite


Official Hubble 25th Anniversary Image: Celestial Fireworks

IMAX in Washington DC

Albert Einstein Planetarium

Planetarium in Washington, DC

Deep Space Climate Observatory

IMAX in Chantilly, VA

Host an Event

As a venue for corporate and association events, the National Air and Space Museum offers a private, exclusive experience among the icons of flight at the Museum in Washington, DC or the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia. Give your guests a special evening in the world's most visited museum.

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