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Join us for an exciting and unique symposium weekend on the future of Commercial Space Exploration! Space Up is "an 'unconference' where participants decide the topics, schedule, and structure of the event. Everyone attends Space Up is encouraged to give a talk, moderate a panel, or start a discussion....Based on unconferences in other industries, you might see businesses started, problems solved, projects kicked off, plans hatched, and amazing friendships born."

Space Up Seattle is a two day interactive conversation about the cutting-edge evolution of commercial space flight. Join space enthusiasts of all ages for this fascinating look at the democratization of the space frontier, and meet and talk with representatives from Blue Origin, Space X, Planetary Resources, and Boeing Commerical Space. Bring your own professional and hobbyist space projects to share! Join us and see for yourself why journalists are calling the Puget Sound area "the Silicon Valley of Space!"

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For more on Space Up, visit http://spaceup.org/near-you/seattle/

For more on Yuri's Night, visit http://www.museumofflight.org/event/2013/apr/12/yuris-night-2013-museum-...

Repeats every day until Fri Aug 05 2011 .
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Photographer, author, pilot and showman Brian Shul shares stories and photos from his experience as a "sled driver"--an SR-71 Blackbird pilot.

The presentation is based upon his book, "Sled Driver," which features Shul's dazzling photography and insightful prose to illustrate what it is like to fly the world's fastest, highest-flying jet, the SR-71 Blackbird. Shul's program includes riveting accounts of Mach 3 runs over hostile territory and star gazing at 80,000 feet.

This marks the ninteenth year Shul has appeared at the Museum during Blue Angels week. Shul has also traveled the air show circuit with the Blue Angels for his book "Blue Angels: A Portrait of Gold."

The program is free with admission to the Museum.

Repeats every day until Fri Aug 05 2011 .
Thursday, August 4, 2011 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Photographer, author, pilot and showman Brian Shul shares stories and photos from his experience as a "sled driver"--an SR-71 Blackbird pilot.

The presentation is based upon his book, "Sled Driver," which features Shul's dazzling photography and insightful prose to illustrate what it is like to fly the world's fastest, highest-flying jet, the SR-71 Blackbird. Shul's program includes riveting accounts of Mach 3 runs over hostile territory and star gazing at 80,000 feet.

This marks the ninteenth year Shul has appeared at the Museum during Blue Angels week. Shul has also traveled the air show circuit with the Blue Angels for his book "Blue Angels: A Portrait of Gold."

The program is free with admission to the Museum.

Repeats every day until Fri Aug 05 2011 .
Friday, August 5, 2011 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm

Photographer, author, pilot and showman Brian Shul shares stories and photos from his experience as a "sled driver"--an SR-71 Blackbird pilot.

The presentation is based upon his book, "Sled Driver," which features Shul's dazzling photography and insightful prose to illustrate what it is like to fly the world's fastest, highest-flying jet, the SR-71 Blackbird. Shul's program includes riveting accounts of Mach 3 runs over hostile territory and star gazing at 80,000 feet.

This marks the ninteenth year Shul has appeared at the Museum during Blue Angels week. Shul has also traveled the air show circuit with the Blue Angels for his book "Blue Angels: A Portrait of Gold."

The program is free with admission to the Museum.

Sunday, June 3, 2012 - 11:00am - 2:00pm

EVA: Walking in Space

Celebrate the anniversary of Gemini 4 Astronaut Ed White’s famous ‘space walk’ in 1965. Learn what it takes to go for an extra-vehicular activity or ‘walk’ in space, design a space suit, and enter our planetarium for your own 21 minute trip into outer space!

Monday, June 4, 2012 - 11:00am - 2:00pm

On June 4, 1783, the history of flying changed forever. Before the Wright Brothers, there were the Montgolfier Brothers!

Hear the amazing history of the founding fathers of the Hot Air Balloon and learn the science behind their aircraft.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 - 11:00am - 2:00pm

Even though you may have never heard of John Couch Adams, his discoveries have helped shape modern astronomy. Celebrate his birthday in our planetarium and go on a tranquil trip through the astronomical world of this low key yet important astronomer.

Friday, June 8, 2012 - 11:00am - 2:00pm

Commemorate the birth of Giovanni Domenico Cassini and learn about this famed astronomer, mathematician and engineer. Throughout the day, festivities will include astronomical activities and games, presentations about NASA’s Cassini mission, and planetarium shows!

Saturday, June 9, 2012 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Lt. Col. Sarah Deal, the first woman to fly as a U.S. Marine Corps aviator, will talk about the centennial of Marine Corps aviation, her place in this history, and her personal story as a military pilot and a mother.

Lt. Col. Deal will sign the book, "Military Moms" afterward.

This program is included with Museum admission and is Free for members of the Museum of Flight.

Sunday, July 1, 2012 - 2:00pm

Astronauts Greg Johnson and Mike Foreman will share their experiences as pilots and astronauts during a public program in the Museum theater. West Seattle native Greg “Ray J” Johnson is the pilot during the Super Guppy shuttle trainer delivery flight from Houston to Seattle. Johnson piloted the space shuttle during the final mission to the Hubble Space Telescope in 2009. Mike Foreman is a former Naval Aviator and veteran of two shuttle flights to the International Space Station. In 2008 he performed three spacewalks and in 2009 made two walks in space.

This program is included with Museum admission and is Free for members of the Museum of Flight.