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Space Science

Up Close With the Enterprise Shuttle At the Intrepid Museum 63

Posted by samzenpus
from the welcome-to-the-museum dept.
An anonymous reader writes "As you probably remember, the Space Shuttle Enterprise was flown on the back of a 747 to New York City where it was then delivered to the USS Intrepid. As sad as it was to see a space shuttle retired (and NASA take a major step down in the space flight abilities) this was one of the most amazingly geektastic events in recent memory. Now the shuttle is on top of the aircraft carrier's flight deck, living in its very own pavilion. As of tomorrow it will go on display as part of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, but today we got a sneak peek at the shuttle."
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Up Close With the Enterprise Shuttle At the Intrepid Museum

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