California Science Center
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The space shuttle Endeavour’s new exhibit opened to the public Tuesday at the California Science Center.
An exhibition that launches the Space Shuttle Endeavour into a long-range educational program to inspire future generations of explorers starts October 30, 2012. Endeavour was built as a replacement for space shuttle Challenger – it […]
The space shuttle Endeavour has finally arrived to the California Science Center, nearly 16 hours after its expected arrival time.
When it flew around up in space, Endeavour could go 17,500 mph.
Space shuttle Endeavour is making its way to the California Science Center, where it is slated to arrive later Saturday.
The Endeavour is on the ground moving about 2 mph.
If you think it was great seeing Endeavour on TV you ain’t seen nothing yet.
The space shuttle Endeavour is gearing up for its final 46-hour, 12-mile journey — which organizers are calling “Mission 26″ — to its new home at the California Science Center Friday.
For a craft that used to hurtle through space at 17,500 miles an hour, the final journey for Space Shuttle Endeavour will be an ironic one.
Several ceremonies are planned in South Los Angeles Saturday for the space shuttle Endeavour’s 12-mile journey home to the California Science Center.
The space shuttle Endeavour is gearing up for its final journey to its new home this week.
It could be boom or bust for both spectators and businesses during the slow-speed crawl of the Space Shuttle Endeavour through the streets of Los Angeles.
Some South Los Angeles residents are disappointed they won’t be able to get a close-up look at the space shuttle Endeavour as it makes its way from LAX to its permanent home at the California Science Center next week.