Space Shuttle Endeavour made its final journey to the California Science Center in Los Angeles in late 2012, and now Time have released a time lapse video of the shuttle’s final journey.
The video below shows Endeavour traveling from the Kennedy Space Center in Floria to the California Science Center in Los Angeles, it was placed on the back of a NASA 747 plane, and flown to Los Angeles.
The Shuttle then traveled on a truck for 12 miles through Los Angeles, to its final resting place at the California Science Center. The whole journey was recorded using 12 cameras and a total of 6 terabytes of data.
The original video used a total of 350,000 frames, this was cut down to the 9,000 frames that can bee seen in the time lapse video above, it certainly is a very cool video to watch.
The space shuttle Endeavour is currently being shown at the California Science Center, in the Samuel Oschin Pavilion, this is a temporary home for the shuttle, whilst its permanent home at the center is being built.
Image Credit: LA TimesFiled Under: Technology News, Top News
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