Space Shuttle Endeavour's JPL Flyover (VIDEOS)

The low flight over JPL delighted the crowd that gathered at Windsor and Ventura in Altadena, the location of the first video. The second video is from JPL on the west side of the park.

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Did you see Endeavour on Friday? What is your reaction?

Amy Wasson September 22, 2012 at 12:08 AM
What time did the shuttle fly over JPL?
D Shelley September 22, 2012 at 02:07 PM
Nice video, Dan, I was a little up the hill from you at the top of Marengo at Loma Alta. We had the same view basically, just a little higher, but what was fun was that Loma Alta school was a few hundred yards down the road. All of the students were out on the playground waiting and when the shuttle circled over, the kids went nuts!. I wish I had had the lens to have captured those little kids standing on top on the jungle gym with their arms outstretched screaming and waving or jumping up and down on the grass. They were so excited they were practically standing on tip toe as if those few extra inches could get them even closer. Several of the adults around us were commenting on how nice it was that kids could even get that excited about something in this day and age. We all remembered how they used to roll the big (black and white) televisions into the classrooms when we were little so we could watch the early space capsules splashing down into the ocean. It was great to see that there is still something that creates memorable moments for children AND adults.
Carroll Brown September 22, 2012 at 08:04 PM
I was at Windsor very near Washington. It was AWESOME!! :o) What made me mad was I was aiming my cell phone so I could get a couple of pictures. Out in the sunlight, I cannot see any images on my phone. So I just snapped away and prayed for results. Well my prayers were not answered. All I got were 2 little specs in the sky. Oh well. Maybe someday a phone will be invented where I can clearly see images out in the sunlight.
Carroll Brown September 22, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Oh D. Shelley, you sounds so young. (Sigh) I graduated from H.S. in 1960 and the space age was born in 1961 when Alan Shepard first orbited the earth. What a wonderful day it was yesterday. And it did bring back memories of the accomplishments this great nation has made. :o)
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