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pima air and space museum

January 22, 2010

We spent the afternoon at Pima Air and Space Museum.  We’ve been to two or three similar museums on this trip, and this one is the best so far.  300+ aircraft, five hangers, and lots of great exhibits, including aerogel, the lightest solid material in the world.  Spend the day.  Two photos of Logan in front of (a) the Bumble Bee, which briefly held the record for smallest aircraft to fly, and (b) the Areo Spacelines 377-G “Super Guppy,” which was used to transport space vehicle components, including Saturn V rocket boosters.

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