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Brian Nicklas

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Air & Space Magazine

HQ Phone:  (212) 916-1300

Email: b***@***.edu

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Air & Space Magazine

420 Lexington Ave. Suite 2335

New York City, New York,10170

United States

Company Description

AIR&SPACE magazine is a general interest magazine for aviation and space flight enthusiasts. It reflects its affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum by encompassing every era of aviation and space exploration and publishing...more

Background Information

Employment History

Museum Specialist (Aeronautics)

National Air and Space Museum


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Magazine Staff | Air & Space Magazine

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Brian Nicklas


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History Aviation books

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Each aircraft is described by a brief commentary and specification written by Brian Nicklas, a researcher at the Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution.


M:U:G -> Check these out!

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The idea for a NASA bird came from my mate Brian Nicklas who works at the Air & Space Museum in DC.Brian is pretty much the definitive "Mr.


About ASM - Library | Air & Space Magazine

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When building a reference library, National Air and Space Museum archivists Brian Nicklas and Dan Hagedorn-who routinely field all manner of aviation queries posed by the public-recommend going from broad to specific.
• Dan Hagedorn and Brian Nicklas, National Air and Space Museum Archives


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