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The arrival of the Space Shuttle Endeavour may be delayed, but the debate over its environmental impact on local communities is just getting started.
The short list of must-see exhibits for families around the Southland. Don’t miss them!
This weekend, military jets will be testing the skies over Los Angeles to determine whether it will be safe to fly the space shuttle Endeavor low over the city.
The retired space shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to arrive Sept. 20 at Los Angeles International Airport, where it will remain until Oct. 13, when it makes what is expected to be a celebratory 12-mile procession along city streets to the California Science Center.
An exhibit showcasing the legendary Cleopatra, the infamous queen of Egypt and lover of both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, opens Wednesday at the California Science Center.
The California Science Museum said it has raised nearly half of the $200 million needed to build a permanent exhibit for the space shuttle Endeavour.
Los Angeles residents and visitors will have the opportunity this weekend to visit 18 local museums free of charge.
The California Science Center became the official owner of the space shuttle Endeavour Tuesday at a title-transfer signing ceremony attended by the astronauts who were aboard the shuttle on its final mission this summer.
NASA’s retired shuttles are trading spaces. In a rare nose-to-nose encounter, Discovery and Endeavour met Thursday at Kennedy Space Center.
Shuttle Endeavour glided onto the tarmac at Kennedy Space Center early Wednesday morning after more than two weeks in orbit.
After traveling nearly 123 million miles and spending about 300 days in space, Space Shuttle Endeavour is retiring.
Endeavour will be permanently housed at the California Science Center after its final mission at the end of March.
Take your kids to one of these great museums LA has to offer for some learning and family fun at the same time!
If you’re looking for ways to get out of the house, there are some choice activities in the Southland during this week between the December holidays and Valentine’s Day/Presidents’ Weekend.
Visitors who haven’t yet checked out the wildly popular “Mummies of the World” exhibit can take advantage of extended hours – 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. – and then the sarcophagus will be sealed off at the California Science Center.