Thirty Years of NASA Space Shuttle Missions
NASA's space shuttle fleet is hanging up its wings after 30 years. The first shuttle flight, STS-1, launched on April 12, 1981.
NASA's youngest orbiter finally rolled up to the California Science Center nearly a full day late.
Endeavour is making its last road trip ... ever. Next stop: the California Science Center for display.
The orbiter arrives at its museum retirement home today (Oct. 13).
See live video of NASA's space shuttle Endeavour driving along Los Angeles streets during its 2-day trip to a museum.
Endeavour is the baby of NASA's now-retired space shuttle fleet.
The museum will finally get its hands on Endeavour this Saturday (Oct. 13).
Endeavour rolled out of a hangar at Los Angeles International Airport at 11:25 p.m. local time Thursday night.
Film crews and photographers have been following the orbiter as it moved from Florida to L.A.
The shuttle will stop for various celebrations and tribute performances open to the public.
Friday and Saturday will see a space shuttle paraded through the streets of L.A.
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Endeavour carried 5,000 special patches on its cross-country ferry flight last week.
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Endeavour rode the Boeing 747 jumbo jet to Los Angeles in a cross-country tour marking its final flight.
The orbiter still has to trek across LA to its museum retirement home.
California Science Center officials have been looking forward to Endeavour's arrival in LA since April 2011.
The retired Space Shuttle took off from the Air Force base for the last time, starting the last leg of its 3 day whirlwind tour of the United States. It will land in Los Angeles after flying by several California landmarks.