Another historic NASA artifact is set to make its journey through the streets of Los Angeles.
If you’ve ever wanted to know what the payload bay of a Space Shuttle looks like, this could be your last chance.
Before the Space Shuttle Endeavour arrived, the California Science Center was seeing around 1.6 million visitors every year.
The California Science Center Friday kicked off a weekend-long event celebrating the one-year anniversary of space shuttle Endeavour’s arrival to the museum.
The NASA Dryden pilots who flew the aircraft that carried space shuttle Endeavour over the Southland nearly a year ago shared their stories and pictures from the historic event Friday at the California Science Center.
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Wide-eyed and amazed visitors of the California Science Center come from all over to get an up-close and personal look at one of man’s engineering marvels: the Endeavour.
Time Warner Cable will bring a group of a hundred kids from nonprofit organizations to visit the space shuttle Endeavour Wednesday afternoon at the California Science Center.
The space shuttle Endeavour’s new exhibit opened to the public Tuesday at the California Science Center.
Endeavour is a healthy and happy 2-year-old, 20-pound Terrier mix.
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.