I have a VIP pass to the shuttle exhibit- can't wait to see it!
NEW YORK (AP).- The last time some New Yorkers saw the space shuttle Enterprise, it was zipping around the city, riding piggyback on top of a modified jumbo jet past the Statue of Liberty and other local landmarks. Others got to lay eyes on it as it sailed up the Hudson River on a barge. Today, following its April and June sojourns, the piece of NASA history is on the move no more. The Enterprise, a 150,000-pound mammoth of a flying machine, goes on public display Thursday at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum's new Space Shuttle Pavilion. Encased in the center of an accommodating inflatable dome, the shuttle will be available for visitors to admire up close from just feet away.
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