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Smithsonian

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Pedro Duarte Venegas

on 19 September 2013

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Transcript of Smithsonian

Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
David Arce
Francisco Escobar
Jean Carlo Rodríguez
Pedro Duarte
Alonso Arroyo
National Air and Space Museum
Gallery
Apollo 11 .
July 20, 1969
Soviet SS-20 and U.S.
Pershing II rockets
Boeing 747
The spirit of St. Louis
Douglas DC-3
THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION
World War II Aviation
Exploring The Planets
Conclusion
It was founded on August 12th, 1946
The first piece actively acquired by the Smithsonian was “The Springfellow”.
History
Some of the pieces shown were obtained from the United States Army after The first World War.
The Museum maintains the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world.
Restoration of its collection at the Paul E. Garber Preservation, Restoration, and Storage Facility in Suitland, MD.
Received from the distinguished Americans on the National Air and Space Museum Board
The Smithsonian is a very precious part of the history.
It's a vital center for investigation into the history, science and technology of aviation and spaceflight.
Is the most important Museum of United States
It becomes a obligatory destination for visitors to Washington DC.
It reflects human desire to fly for many years ago.
Buzz Aldrin, second person to walk on the Moon
The springfellow
V1 Cruise Missile
It’s part of the Smithsonian Institution, a group of museums located in Washington D.C.

The museum holds the world's largest collection of space and aircraft.

It offers an opportunity to see real spacecraft closely and in detail.
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