|Misawa Aviation & Science Museum|
|Town or city||Misawa, Aomori Prefecture|
|Opened||August 8, 2003|
|Floor count||3 above ground|
|Floor area||10,840.66 m2|
Misawa Aviation & Science Museum, Aomori (青森県立三沢航空科学館, Aomori Kenritsu Misawa Koku Kagaku Kan) is an aerospace museum in the city of Misawa, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The museum was opened on August 8, 2003, and is located adjacent to Misawa Airport.
Other displays concentrate on the history of aviation, including a full-scale model of the Wright Flyer and of the Miss Veedol, the first aircraft to make a successful nonstop transpacific flight, which originated from Misawa's Sabishiro Beach in 1931. Other full-scale models include that of a Mitsubishi A6M Zero, Tachikawa Ki-54 and the Gasuden Koken, as well as a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 cockpit.
Aircraft on display
- NAMC YS-11A-227, registration JA8776
- Westland WS-51 Dragonfly, registration JA7014
- General Dynamics F-16A, serial 78-0021
- McDonnell Douglas F-4EJ-kai, serial 57-8375
- Fuji T-3, serial 91-5516
- Lockheed T-33, serial 81-5344
- Lockheed F-104J serial 76-8699
- Lockheed UP-3A, serial 150526
- Mitsubishi F-1, serial 00-8247
- Mitsubishi T-2 (in Blue Impulse livery), serial 59-5108
- Mitsubishi T-2, serial 29-5177
- Mitsubishi LR-1, serial 2209
- Kawasaki/Hughes OH-6D, serial 30270
- Pitts Special S-1C, registration N122EZ
- Specht, Wayne (August 12, 2003). "Misawa city's aviation museum soaring high". Stars and Stripes. Stars and Stripes. Retrieved 5 March 2017.
- Paur, Jason (May 10, 2010). "Oct. 5, 1931: First Nonstop Trans-Pacific Flight Ends in Cloud of Dust". Wired.
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