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National Museum of American History

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight 93 Flight Safety Card

National Museum of American History

Flight 93 Flight Safety Card

National Museum of American History

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight

National Museum of American History

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Flight

Smithsonian American Art Museum

First Flight?

National Air and Space Museum
December 17, 2013, marked the 110th anniversary of the first powered, controlled flight of an airplane. Wilbur Wright had made the first attempt three days before, when the brothers laid their 60 foot launch rail down the lower slope of the Kill Devil Hill. That attempt ended with a hard landing only 105 feet from   ...Continue Reading

Leonardo's Flight

National Air and Space Museum
Video prepared for the exhibition, Leonardo da Vinci's Codex on the Flight of Birds, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, September 13-October 22, 2013. The video describes the content and history of this historically prescient Leonardo da Vinci notebook about flight. Video Credit: Courtesy of Silvia Rosa Brusin, RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana

Aerobatic Flight

National Air and Space Museum
Veteran cinematographer Mark Magin has shot thousands of hours of air show film and files, which he culled into this exciting piece. Archival film rounded out the history, highlighting some of the aerobatic planes at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center and the extraordinary pilots who flew them. http://airandspace.si.edu/exhibitions/aerobatic/

Supersonic Flight

National Air and Space Museum
Find out how a whip and a Slinky can help us understand the speed of sound. Learn more at: https://howthingsfly.si.edu

Flight 93 Airplane Flight Attendant Call Button

National Museum of American History

Flight Deck Instrument

National Museum of American History
Metal part of a flight deck instrument. Square in shape with round numbered dial, not much detail visible on dial. Recovered from the wreckage of United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed near Shanksville, PA on September 11, 2001.

Flight Patterns

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Video clip showing Flight Patterns , a data visualization animation by Aaron Koblin, in action. THIS VIDEO HAS NO SOUND. This animation was acquired by the museum in 2014. You can read more about it on the Cooper Hewitt collections website here: https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/68743525/

Goggles, flight

National Air and Space Museum
Glass lense with fabric strap, metal frames, and leather lining on face.

Flight Suit, Flight Jacket, Flight Goggles, Silk Scarf, Leather Gloves, Leather Flight Cap, Athletic Shoes and Athletic Sox

Suit, Flight

National Museum of American History

Medal, Flight

National Air and Space Museum
Bronze Flight commemorative medal; Obverse: nude male figure kneeling with an aircraft in his hands and a sunrise depicted, embossed manufacturers mark "BP" and "1941"; Reverse: relief of a dove flying over clouds depicted, embossed text "FLIGHT".

Bomber Flight

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Three textile samples, three pieces paper on perforated paper. At top left, paper handwritten with weaving sequence: Bomber Flight. At top right, plain weave textile in cream and white with star of Bethlehem treadling. At center and bottom, samples and instructions for Bomber Flight in varying scale.

Evening Flight

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
One duck is seen in marsh water. Ten others are in flight. Ducks and marsh grasses shown in deep shadow.
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