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Shuttle leaves Houston on final voyage

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HOUSTON - The space shuttle Endeavour, bolted to the top of a specialized Boeing 747, took off from Houston at sunrise Thursday on its final journey to a new home. NASA's youngest shuttle stopped overnight at Ellington Field on its way to Los Angeles, where it will be placed on permanent display at the California Science Center. (www.click2houston.com) More...

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ansonj
ansonj 5
We have the simulator of which one can actually get in and really get into the good stuff of flying. I think asshole politicians was the reason we did't get one: Another reason to vote the bastards out!!!!
linbb
linbb 2
Gee that sounds like Seattle talking.Know one of the fellows who was involved with the prep and they did all that was requred to get one then they wanted more of them on the east coast as there are more people there to view them. What the hell is wrong here the west coast has always suffered like back woods people live here. Damn right vote them out of office as they are affecting too many of us as we already have the bunch south of Oregon to deal with.
stevenrudnick
and replace them with whom. politicians who do not want the government involved in anything. what do you think we will have for science and a space program?
United869
Justin Wong 6
its a shame Houston didn't get the shuttle
SangLe
Sang Le 1
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Shuttle arrives in Houston for overnight stop

HOUSTON -
The space shuttle Endeavour landed in Houston Wednesday, bolted to the top of a specialized Boeing 747, after it left the Kennedy Space Center for its final journey.

NASA's youngest shuttle stopped at Ellington Field on its way to Los Angeles, where it will be placed on permanent display at the California Science Center.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/Shuttle-arrives-in-Houston-for-overnight-stop/-/1735978/16648614/-/4hxd2pz/-/index.html
pilot62
Another reason to ban you form flightaware , GO AWAY !!!

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