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They are doing a low elevation fly over of the space shuttle piggy backed on the 747. Make your plans accordingly. Which may include a pass by the Golden Gate Bridge.
Details from NASA
From the Examiner
From the Sacramento Bee:
The aircraft is scheduled to leave Houston on Wednesday and to make a refueling stop at Biggs Army Airfield in El Paso. Later flyovers that day are planned in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California, where it will land.
On Thursday, California will get an even better look at the spacecraft. The 747 carrier with Endeavour aboard will take off from Edwards AFB and perform low-level flyovers of NASA's Ames Research Center at Moffett Field in the Bay Area and many cities, including San Francisco and Sacramento.
"The intent is to show the beautiful shuttle to as much of the state as possible," said NASA spokesman Michael Curie.
The Endeavour will fly over several state landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge and the state Capitol. "At 200 knots and 1,500 feet above the state Capitol, it will be a very majestic sight, something you won't forget," Curie said.
The final route in California has not been finalized and could change, depending on the weather. NASA expects to release more details on the route later this week, Curie said.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/09/17/4826135/endeavour-tribute-tour-to-include.html#storylink=cpy