Special Report: Final Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour
NASA's space shuttle Endeavour, commanded by Mark Kelly, ends its decades-long history with the STS-134 mission to the International Space Station.
When NASA's space shuttle Endeavour parades up the streets of Los Angeles next month, a Toyota Tundra will be leading the way.
Endeavour will make some stops along the way to its final home in Los Angeles.
NASA is preparing to bid farewell forever to space shuttle Endeavour.
The space shuttles Atlantis and Endeavour posed for photos while being moved to different facilities.
Shuttle Endeavour will be paraded through the Los Angeles streets on its way to a museum.
The visit celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Alpha Magnetic Spectometer's arrival in space.
The STS-134 crew visited the European Organization for Nuclear research (instrumental in testing the AMS instrument they delivered to Space Station). The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Experiment is currently searching far dark matter in Space.
The space shuttle Endeavour will arrive in Los Angeles in September.
This space wallpaper of the International Space Station and the docked space shuttle Endeavour, flying at an altitude of approximately 350 km, was taken by Expedition 27 crew member Paolo Nespoli from the Soyuz TMA-20.
The facility is named after the late Samuel Oschin, an entrepreneur and explorer.
Endeavour will go on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
You can sponsor NASA space shuttles Enteprise and Endeavour for their final museum homes.
NASA's youngest space shuttle will fly to California this fall.
NASA's reusable spaceship has had countless photogenic moments over the years, but here are just a few.
A pair of retrofitted jumbo 747's carried the orbiters cross country on many occasions. With the retirement of the Space Shuttle program, they'll make their final deliveries of Discovery, Endeavour and Enterprise to their new museum homes.
Shuttle Discovery and the prototype Enterprise are on the move this month.
The Atlantis space shuttle exhibit is expected to open in 2013.
Workers are preparing the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for the arrival of Atlantis.