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Starships In The Sky! Endeavor Space Shuttle Stops Productivity In Los Angeles

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Everyone in El Lay was freaking the eff out!!

People went to their rooftops this afternoon to get the best sighting of the Endeavor space shuttle as it made its zany loop de loop on top of a 747 around Tinsel Town.

The shuttle spent crazy time in space before making its final landing at LAX on Friday — marking the end of NASA's space shuttle program. Sadface!

But what a great finale!!

As Endeavor taxied on in at the United Airlines hangar, one man popped out of the cockpit's roof to wave an American flag while bystanders' emotions began to pour out.

One viewer at LAX was Ken Phillips, college friend of Ron McNair. Ron was one of the astronauts who lost their lives when the Challenger exploded, and Endeavor was built as a replacement.

Ken's voice broke a little when he said he hoped Ron could be looking down at the great event. Awww!!!!!

STARSHIPS.. WERE MEANT TO FLYYYYYY… … TOUCH THE SKYYYY!

[Image via Splash News.]

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5 comments to “Starships In The Sky! Endeavor Space Shuttle Stops Productivity In Los Angeles”



  1. 1

    My neighbor just told me she saw it fly overhead about noon today in SoCal. Said it was really something else. So sad to see this program end.

  2. LiberalsMakeMeSick says – reply to this


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    NASA's new mission:

    Obama told National Aeronautic Space Administration administrator Charles Bolden his new assignment is to reach out to the Muslim world – comments that conservatives criticized as undermining NASA’s mission.

    Bolden told Al Jazeera that when he became the NASA administrator, President Obama charged him with three things: "One, he wanted me to help re-inspire children to want to get into science and math; he wanted me to expand our international relationships; and third, and perhaps foremost, he wanted me to find a way to reach out to the Muslim world and engage much more with dominantly Muslim nations to help them feel good about their historic contribution to science and engineering — science, math and engineering."

    This was part of President Obama’s desire, to begin a new chapter in the relationship between the United States and the Muslim world, Bolden said.

  3. Sandeep Sabir says – reply to this


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    Thanks for posting this. Today I watched 1962 NASA documentary film about Friendship 7 launch on 20th February 1962. I recommend you to watch this historic NASA documentary film, if you did n't watch yet.

  4. SURFDOG says – reply to this


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    NOTHING OF THE SORT …

    ALL THE FREAKS IN EL GAY GOT OVER-EXCITED ..

    HOO HOO HOO HOO HO …

  5. jman279 says – reply to this


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    A good video of the first and final flights of the endeavor