Endeavour: What time can I see space shuttle in L.A. sky?
Endeavour is expected to leave Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert at 8:15 a.m., and will head north to Sacramento, flying over the Capitol at 9:30 a.m. Endeavour will then head toward the San Francisco Bay Area, moving over the Monterey Peninsula before entering Los Angeles airspace at about 11:30 a.m.
A list of San Francisco landmarks has not been released -- but we would guess the Golden Gate Bridge will be included. Officials have advised onlookers to head toward:
- Bay Area Discovery Museum, Sausalito
- Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland
- Exploratorium, San Francisco,
- Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley
- Monterey Bay Aquarium
- NASA’s Ames/Moffet Field, Mountain View
From there, Endeavour will go on its last aerial victory lap, gliding over landmarks such as Malibu, the Getty Center and Disneyland. If you're stuck at work, The Times will offer a live webcast of the Endeavour's final flight on Friday morning at latimes.com.
- Los Angeles City Hall
- California Science Center
- Getty Center
- Griffith Observatory
- Queen Mary
- Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach
- Malibu, Venice and Huntington beaches
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Universal Studios
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Photo: The space shuttle Endeavour arrives at Edwards Air Force Base on Thursday. Credit: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times
-- Rong-Gong Lin II and Kate Mather