Space Shuttle Endeavor “Victory Lap” Flyover | San Francisco Bay Area
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NASA is giving Space Shuttle Endeavor a “victory lap” of sorts as the space shuttle era ends with a low-flying flyover in the Bay Area on Friday morning September 21, 2012 on its way to being displayed at a museum in Los Angeles.
>> Keep your eyes on the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco’s waterfront over the Bay from about 9:30a to 10:30a.
Space Shuttle Endeavor Flyover
Friday, September 21, 2012 (9:30a-10:30a approx)
San Francisco Bay Area
FREE (just look up in the sky)
Starting around 9:30am (weather depending) you should be able to get a great look at NASA’s modified 747 flying with Endeavor on its back on a path from Sacramento to Fremont, up the East Bay over Oakland, over to Sausalito and the Golden Gate Bridge then across the Marina Green to Fisherman’s Wharf, down the Embarcadero and along the Peninsula around 10a-10:30a.
Of course all details, times and locations are subject to change because of weather and security reasons
Watch the Takeoff: Friday around 8:30am – You can also watch the space shuttle take off from Edwards Air Force base on live streaming video
>> Check out sfist.com for the full details and map
Links: Event detailsCost: FREE