About Air & Space Magazine
Air & Space/Smithsonian magazine has been delighting aerospace enthusiasts with the best writing about their favorite subject since April 1986. The bimonthly magazine emphasizes the human stories behind the hardware and has established a track record of getting its readers into those places of the aerospace industry marked "authorized personnel only."
As an adjunct of the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, Air & Space magazine matches the grand scope of the Museum, encompassing every era of aviation and space exploration, and publishes extensively about the Museum collection. With stories that range from the German airmen whose unlucky task it was to crew World War I zeppelins to the design of NASA's next lunar lander, Air & Space seeks to surprise its audience with a wealth of detail about aviation and spaceflight.