I Remember California: The Family Photos

We spent more than a week following Endeavour‘s final departure from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to its birthplace in California. In posts from the last few days, you can watch Lofty Ambitions’ EXCLUSIVE VIDEO of  “180 Degrees of Endeavour,” as well as our videos of the landing and takeoff at Dryden and our video of Endeavour‘s departure from KSC. In today’s post, we share some of our photos from the last week, our photographic proof that we were there, that we stood in the shadow of the orbiter atop the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, that we saw Endeavour with our own eyes on its last journey aloft.

Anna & Doug in front of the Mate-Demate Device (16 September 2012)

 

Anna & Doug with Endeavour at Kennedy Space Center (16 September 2012)

 

Anna with Astronaut Kay Hire and Space Shuttle Endeavour

 

Doug in the Media Room at Dryden Flight Research Center

 

Anna & Doug with Endeavour at Dryden (20 September 2012)

 

Anna & Doug with Endeavour at Dryden (20 September 2012)

 

Anna & Doug up close with Endeavour at Dryden

 

Endeavour Takeoff from Dryden (21 September 2012)

 

Doug watches Endeavour, its last-ever time aloft.

 

Anna in the space shuttle at the Palmdale, CA, mall. Goodbye, Endeavour.

 

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