The National Air and Space Museum offers a veritable cornucopia of programming each year, and many of these events end up right here on this site. For people who can't make it to Washington, D.C., these talks and lectures are a real find. Currently, the archived events here date back to 2007. There are many highlights, but first-time visitors might do well to start by watching "Gamma Ray Bursts and the Birth of Black Holes" or the terrific "Suited for Space: The Science of the Spacesuit". Visitors who enjoy these materials shouldn't hesitate to sign up for the "What's Up” museum newsletter. The site also contains a detailed calendar of upcoming events for museumgoers to plan their visits accordingly.


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