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The Space Shuttle Endeavour: after 25 missions from 1992 - 2011, the last space shuttle built by NASA is making its way to the california Science Center by piggybacking on a NASA 747 Boeing carrier 9.21.2012

Space shuttle Endeavour, bolted atop a modified jumbo jet makes its departure from the Kennedy Space Center, Wednesday, Sept. in Cape Canaveral, Fla.

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Photo highlights of the day: Indian strikes and an overgrown sheep

Photo highlights of the day: Indian strikes and an overgrown sheep

A rocket carrying the Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station blasted off from the Cosmodrome in Baikonur, Kazakhstan.

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The Space Shuttle Atlantis atop the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA) returns to the Kennedy Space Center after a ten month refurbishment. (Great Images in NASA)

For those who have gone to space Thank you for your dedication.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour Move (201210130026HQ)

Photos: Space Shuttle Endeavour Travels Through the Streets of Los Angeles to its New Home

Cable technicians raise their cherry pickers to watch and photograph the space shuttle Endeavour as it is maneuvered through the streets of Inglewood on its way to its new home at the California Science Center, Saturday, Oct.

And Atlantis is on the move to her new home at the Kennedy Space Center. #nasa #spottheshuttle #atlantis #plane #rocket - @camillasdo- #webstagram

And Atlantis is on the move to her new home at the Kennedy Space Center.

NASA - Space Shuttle "Endeavour" (STS-123)

On March the Space Shuttle Endeavour made a night landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

Commander John W. Young and pilot Robert L. Crippen- Prime crew members for NASA's first space shuttle flight in 1981.

Commander John W. Young and pilot Robert L. Crippen- Prime crew members for NASA's first space shuttle flight in

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