• Museum Exhibits Historic SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft Jan. 17-19

Museum Exhibits Historic SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft Jan. 17-19

Monday, January 12, 2015

The first commercial spacecraft on-view for only 3 days

SEATTLE, Jan. 12, 2014--Museum of Flight visitors can experience the past, present and future of space travel during the three-day showing of the pioneering SpaceX Dragon spacecraft, Jan 17-19. The Dragon made history in May 2012 when it became the first commercial spacecraft to deliver cargo to and from the International Space Station and safely return cargo to Earth, a feat previously achieved only by governments. Since then, Dragon spacecraft have routinely made the trip, with final modifications underway on a crewed version. SpaceX states its ultimate goal is to enable people to live on other planets. Dragon is a historic stride in that direction.

Viewing Dragon is free with admission to the Museum.

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CALENDAR EDITORS PLEASE NOTE -- Some of the Museum information, including new ticket prices for 2015, have been updated in the boiler plate on this media release. Thank you!

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The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, attracting more than 500,000 visitors annually. The Museum's collection includes more than 160 historically significant airplanes and spacecraft, from the first fighter plane (1914) to today's 787 Dreamliner. Attractions also include the original Boeing Company factory, and the world's only full-scale NASA Space Shuttle Trainer. The Museum's aviation and space library and archives are the largest on the West Coast. More than 150,000 individuals are served annually by the Museum's on-site and outreach educational programs. The Museum of Flight is accredited by the American Association of Museums, and is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.

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