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Endeavour will travel through city streets on a 12-mile journey from the airport to the California Science Center, arriving in the evening on October 13, 2012. This will be the first, last and only time a space shuttle will travel through urban, public city streets. It is truly a national treasure!
As Endeavour travels to its destination in Exposition Park, there will be opportunities to see the shuttle.
Saturday, Oct. 13
8 a.m.: Pass Inglewood City Hall, a designated viewing area. 9 a.m.: Reach the Forum, the scene of a formal welcoming celebration capable of accommodating a crowd as large as 14,000. 9:30 a.m.: Continue east on Manchester Boulevard, turning left at Crenshaw Drive, which connects to Crenshaw Boulevard. 2 p.m.: Arrive at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard for a second celebration, with entertainment produced by Debbie Allen. 2:30 p.m.: Continue east on MLK Boulevard. 4 p.m.: Reach Exposition Park, another designated viewing area and the site of the shuttle’s new home at the California Science Center. Security will be tight and it may be difficult to get close to the shuttle during transit.
Click here for map (http://goo.gl/maps/Y929i)
As we get closer I will update the start time of this event.