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One of 1,074 women to earn their wings as a WASP (Women’s Air Force Service Pilot), Ann Darr spent World War II towing targets, mapping unknown terrain, and flight-testing aircraft in the New Mexican desert. Recently, she translated her memories into a book of poetry, Flying the Zuni Mountains. Under a canopy of artificial stars, Darr reads from her verse and the museum shows slides of WASPs in action. At 7:30 p.m. at the National Air & Space Museum’s Einstein Planetarium, 6th & Independence Ave. SW. FREE. (202) 357-2700. (Greg Kitsock)