Space Shuttle Endeavor

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On Friday September 21,  Southern California witnessed the final flight of the space shuttle Endeavour, anchored securely atop a specially equipped 747, as it made it way over Los Angeles and Orange County landmarks, with its final destination being Los Angeles International airport. And flying escort on the shuttles last tour, would be a pair of T-38 military jets. One of the landmarks identified for a fly over would be Pasadena, California’s JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory). Since my office is located in South Pasadena, I took my camera to work on Friday, with hopes of possibly capturing a glimpse of the shuttle.

Throughout the morning, the shuttle’s progress was monitored online in our office, with location updates shared by those interested in seeing the shuttle. Around 11:30 AM, the shuttle was reported leaving the Santa Monica area, so our office staff headed outside in hopes of catching a glimpse. So…

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