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Much like last week’s Discovery-over-DC event, the Space Shuttle Enterprise flew on top of a 747 from Washington DC to New York City’s JFK airport on Friday. Later this spring, Enterprise will make its way to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, where it will be on display.
The always-astute Cory Bortnicker summed it up thusly: “Parents generation: ‘I remember where I was when man walked on the moon.’ My generation: ‘I remember where I was when a shuttle that was never in space was attached to a big plane and it flew up the Hudson River.’ Still, pretty cool.”
The video from Miles Rose gives us a good view of Enterprise over the Hudson:
CBS added this report, with Erica Hill narrating:
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