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News - September 28, 2012

Space shuttle's last flight delights crowds

by Daniel DeBolt

A massive crowd gathered on the tarmac at Moffett Federal Airfield Friday morning, Sept. 21, to watch the historic last flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour as it was ferried to a museum in Los Angeles.

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Posted by Steve, a resident of Jackson Park
on Sep 27, 2012 at 9:35 pm

A little bummed they didn't fly down the runway proper as all expected. But I suppose their true goal was to fly over NASA Ames, not Moffett Field, and they did just that.

I'm good with that. The people at AMES are just superb and deserved as much.


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