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  • Business Leaders Breakfast
  • Family Day
  • San Diego County Residents Free Tuesday
  • Museum Special Event
  • Exhibit Opening
  • Educational Event
  • Aviation Event
  • Other Museum Event
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january events

Atlas Exhibit Opening - March 10, 2011

An exciting new exhibit that tells the story of the Atlas rocket series from the late 1950s to the present using both graphics and videos.

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Museum's 50th Anniversary - November 01, 2013

It seems like only yesterday, but it’s been 50 years since the San Diego Aerospace Museum opened its doors for the first time. Since then, we’ve moved twice, added an annex at Gillespie Field, acquired the original Consolidated Aircraft Wind Tunnel and increased our aircraft collection from six to more than 120.

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Fly Your Ride! Competition - April 11, 2015

Sounds complicated? It’s not. Along with SDG&E, we’re looking for students who want to build a vehicle no larger than a shoebox, launch it down a ramp, and see if it can jump a gap. It’s fun, it’s creative, and you don’t have to be a science fair genius to come up with a winning entry. Students from 6th through 12th grade in San Diego County are encouraged to take part. 

 

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