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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.
A full-size pickup truck will share the spotlight with the Space Shuttle Endeavour during its 12-mile trek through the streets of Los Angeles next week.
Crews over the weekend are expected to begin the process of placing the space shuttle Endeavour on a flatbed trailer in preparation for its next stop – Exposition Park.
Space shuttle Endeavour completed its final flight Friday and landed safely at Los Angeles International Airport atop a Boeing 747.
The space shuttle Endeavour finally made it to California, arriving at Edwards Air Force Base near Palmdale Thursday afternoon.
The arrival of the Space Shuttle Endeavour may be delayed, but the debate over its environmental impact on local communities is just getting started.
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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.