Host Sean Mobley brings us part one of an all-new mini-series featuring The Museum of Flight’s most extreme artifacts. In this series you will uncover the smallest, largest, oldest and youngest objects in our collection. Join us for a journey of wonderment and surprise as we discuss some of our most unique artifacts!
In today’s episode we will reveal the smallest item in our collection, so small that we don’t have a proper way to display it! Hear from our collections team, NASA Astronaut Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger and Exhibit Developer Geoff Nunn as they discuss the incredible story behind this little piece of history and its journey to space with some of the world’s most prolific astronauts!
The Flight Deck is elated to announce the addition of our text line which will give you exclusive access to photos referenced during the podcast simply by texting the keywords listed below.
TEXT LINE: (206) 487-7090
Now you can see for yourself, the exciting things featured here on The Flight Deck Podcast!
During this unprecedented time, The Museum of Flight has been working hard to bring our collection to you through the help of virtual experiences and online activities for students and families. Explore our all-new Museum of Flight at Home feature which provides 3D tours of our aircraft, educational recourses, podcasts, videos and so much more!
Museum of Flight at Home: https://pages.museumofflight.org/museum-at-home
Discover the Museum’s online digital collection and learn more about our collections department by visiting the links below.
Digital Collections: https://digitalcollections.museumofflight.org/
About Collections: https://museumofflight.org/Explore-The-Museum/Collections-and-Research
Producer: Sean Mobley
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