It can definitely be said that this post is off topic. I didn't use Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Showcase, or anything for this blog.
All I had was the opportunity to see the Space Shuttle Endeavour make her last flight to her final home, The California Science Center.
I couldn't resist. This would be the last time that I could see a space shuttle in the air, even if it was riding piggy back on a Boeing 747.
A few of us from the office headed a few miles down the road to Anaheim, and saw the 747 carrying Endeavour on it's fly by of Disneyland.
It was impressive on so many levels. The engineering feat of the 747 carrying Endeavour, the excitement being able to watch history being written.
And last but not least, a little bit of sadness knowing that this is the end of an era.
So hear are my pictures of "Endeavour's Last Ride". I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
|At first it looked like a ghost in the Southern California haze.|
|But it was very real indeed!|
|You could feel the excitement in the air.|
|It was amazing to see it get closer.|
|And just keep getting bigger.|
|And become a truly impressive sight!|
|The chase planes look tiny!|
|A grand entrance for Endeavour|
|And she heads away|
|Her flyby is over.|
|And a grand space craft heads for her final home.|