Endeavour Sunday: Still on the move *

Things got a bit delayed overnight — they are now more than 12 hours late rolling the retired space shuttle Endeavour to its new home at the California Science Center. Of course that means more people have been able to see it. Here are some Sunday photos from Gary Leonard. Friday and Saturday here | Route details | Ellen Alperstein

* Updated as new photos come in

Heading toward the barn Sunday afternoon — 15 hours late. Gary Leonard

From inside the temporary hangar at the California Science Center as the shuttle approaches. Gary Leonard.

Inside Exposition Park and almost home.

Past Vermont on MLK, half-block to the turn into Exposition Park. Gary Leonard.

Crossing Vermont Avenue. Gary Leonard.

Just east of Normandie Avenue. Gary Leonard.

At Western Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard. Gary Leonard.

shuttle-rudolph-mrt-gary.jpgKen Rudolph of the California Science Center and Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, before 8 a.m. on Martin Luther King Boulevard. Gary Leonard.

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