Work PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) – – The space transport Attempt is being prepared for its super durable move to one more piece of the California Science Center in Article Park.
In the brand-new Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center building, crews will begin putting in the base of the shuttle’s rocket boosters in two weeks.
Over the next six months, other parts will be moved.
You can view the shuttle in its current horizontal position until the end of December.
It will then be transferred to the new building. With multiple galleries and artifacts from space and air travel, the Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center will add approximately 200,000 square feet of exhibit and event space.
It very well may be a long time before you can see the bus in its new long-lasting presentation, in its upstanding send off position.
In 2011, the Endeavour completed its final mission for NASA.
When NASA chose to display it at the California Science Center in 2012, it attracted a lot of attention in Los Angeles.
The decommissioned shuttle was meticulously wheeled from Los Angeles International Airport through Inglewood and South Los Angeles to its final home in Expo Park in October of that year. The meticulous process took several days and required temporarily removing traffic lights, trees, and traffic signals.