Space Shuttle Endeavour Fly-Out for the Last Time
Hello good people,
This morning I personally witnessed the Fly-Out of our newest in the Fleet, Space Shuttle Endeavour (Tail Number OV-105) ontop of the Large Path Finder (Modified BOEING 747).
It is with mixed feelings while I said my goodbye's to Endeavour for the very last time and will never see her again at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. It is being transported to The California Science Center where it will be on display for all to see.
So long Endeavour!
Low Pass, 20 minutes after take-off over the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF):
Pictures of Take Off and Low Pass:
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