Cheered by throngs of nostalgic space workers, tourists, and area residents, the space shuttle Endeavour, mounted atop a 747 jumbo jet, took off on a final flight to California this morning.
The shuttle Endeavour, bolted to the back of a NASA jumbo jet, will take a leisurely final flight to California, giving the public one last chance to see the winged spaceplane in flight.
After 25 missions into space, the "Baby" space shuttle delights thousands with a low-altitude fly-over of the world's most famous bridge.
Piggybacking on a Boeing 747, the space shuttle tours the San Francisco Bay Area Friday enroute to its finally destination, the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
Throngs of people gathered in San Francisco to watch the Endeavour swoop over the Golden Gate Bridge atop a jumbo jet. A Los Angeles science museum will house the retired shuttle.
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Work to replace a suspect electrical distribution box in the shuttle Endeavour's engine compartment that triggered a scrub Friday will delay another launch attempt to Mother's Day at the earliest, NASA says.
An electrical glitch forces NASA to postpone the shuttle Endeavour's launch, disappointing President Obama and his family, and Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, wife of commander Mark Kelly.
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The space shuttle returned to Earth today, wrapping up its 25th and final mission and setting the stage for launch of the Atlantis next month on the program's final voyage.