@SFOMuseum Twitter Posts
This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Twitter account.
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From 1978 to 1980, Braniff leased 11 Concordes (5 from Air France & 6 from British Airways) for subsonic flights between Dallas–Fort Worth and Washington Dulles—the U.S. would not allow transcontinental supersonic flights because of the Concorde's sonic boom. #SSTFirstGenerationThis tweet was posted on July 05, 2023.
postcard: TWA (Trans World Airlines); 1950s
Gift of Thomas G. Dragges in memory of Robert May
2001.109.151This tweet was posted on July 03, 2023.
Happy Fourth of July! The Museum and Library will be closed tomorrow and will reopen, Wednesday, July 5th, at 10am. All other exhibitions around the airport are available to view. https://t.co/DwFjuFVBeF This tweet was posted on July 03, 2023.
In "Orion," the younger stars appear blue. Alnitak and Mintaka’s spectral “fingerprint” are similar and look almost identically blue. The position of the star sculptures in the installation roughly correlates to their position in the night sky. @SFAC#PublicArt#SpencerFinchThis tweet was posted on June 30, 2023.
“Orion“ by Spencer Finch is inspired by the seven major stars of Orion, one of the most recognizable constellations in the night sky. Orion is comprised of the stars Alnilam, Alnitak, Bellatrix, Betelgeuse, Mintaka, Rigel, and Saiph. @SFAC#PublicArt#SpencerFinch#Scuplture#LEDThis tweet was posted on June 30, 2023.
From an early age, Albert (Al) Mueller, Jr. loved travel, specifically airline travel. Al spent most of his working years as a travel agent and began collecting airline memorabilia at the age of eleven after flying from Los Angeles to San Francisco. #AvGeek#BlogThis tweet was posted on June 29, 2023.
Check out our newest blog post on Al Mueller, Jr., and his lifetime of traveling and collecting: https://t.co/78tMF9742E
#AvGeek#BlogThis tweet was posted on June 29, 2023.
There is still time to sign up for our monthly post-security Opera tours. Every first Tuesday of the month at 10am, we will lead a group of visitors behind security to see “San Francisco Opera: A Centennial Celebration!” Sign up here: https://t.co/BTtcSXdt9g #SFOperaCentennial https://t.co/W6cL7aXEYqThis tweet was posted on June 28, 2023.
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