Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (Pt 1) - Air





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Published on May 29, 2010

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Washington Dulles International Airport is the companion facility to the Museum on the National Mall. The building opened in December, 2003, and provides enough space for the Smithsonian to display the thousands of aviation and space artifacts that cannot be exhibited on the National Mall.

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Annette Melnychuk
This is so cool
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Annapolis Landscape TV thanks for the info!
Annapolis Landscape TV
jetstream01 Yes. Currently, it is the Shuttle "Discovery" which actually flew in space. The Shuttle "Enterprise" shown in this video which never flew in space, is now located on the USS Intrepid on the Hudson River in New York.
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Anakin Hill
And what you called the thunder chief was a f14
Backwoods Patriot
Anakin Hill I'm glad I'm not the only one that spotted that
Annapolis Landscape TV
Anakin Hill - Thanks for spotting the errors. The corrections should be to change the f105 to the tomcat and the f14 to the thunder chief?
Guillermo Garraton
Nice videography, however please correct the misnomers, they detract from the video as a whole. Thanks.
M Hollman
5:38 F-105 Thunderchief aka "Thud"
Anakin Hill
So the thing you called f14 was a thunder chief
Anakin Hill
And the f105 was the tomcat u idiot
Anakin Hill
That's not a tomcat
310 013
revenge of the fallen brought me here
Sammy Lane
I used to live near DC  and loved going to The Air And Space Musem but don't remember this?
Annapolis Landscape TV
We originally tagged them as you suggest here, however another viewer said we had them mixed, so we placed an annotation tag over the original tags. We removed the annotations and restored to our original tags. Thanks. 
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