Posts tagged with: Mojave

Looking for summer plans? The next few months are full of events, festivals, fairs, and more in Palmdale, Lancaster, Mojave, and California City. Check out some of our favorites: June Celebrate America with Thunder in Lancaster is a resounding, patriotic...
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Located in the northwest corner of Mojave, it’s almost too easy to drive right past where the latest research and biggest innovations in aerospace are happening. But while you probably won’t get to see Scaled Composites’ White Knight Two aircraft,...
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July’s “Plane Crazy Saturday,” a free monthly lecture series hosted by the Mojave Transportation Museum and the Mojave Air and Space Port, attracted a larger-than-normal crowd. The featured speaker was writer and aviation historian Peter Merlin, who has written extensively...
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Mojave elementary students had the opportunity to participate in a two-week Summer Science Camp last June. Mojave STEM teachers offered classes that ranged from biology to physics and gave students a chance to do some hands-on work and projects, as...
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It’s incredible to think that within 50 years of the first moon landing, space flight might be accessible to the (deep-pocketed) masses. It’s even more incredible to think that if that happens, it will largely be thanks to some big-dreaming...
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The Mojave Community Revitalization Vision Plan, established in 2013, outlines the desired ways for the community should develop over the next 20-30 years. The Revitalized Mojave citizens group worked with Kern County to create the Vision Plan it can be...
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