Space Shuttle Endeavour visible in Houston sky today!

UPDATE! latest photoS as the Space Shuttle Endeavour makes its way over SCH to say hello!! check it out!! photo just taken by Space Center Houston Staff at 12:20pm Dec.11! HIstory!

Special Message from the Shuttle Program Manager:

ON Dasher, on Dancer, on Prancer, ON ENDEAVOUR!

Even though it snowed last night in Houston, Santa hasn’t changed his schedule..but the Space Shuttle Endeavour will fly by the Johnson Space Center today between 11:45am to 12:45pm while mounted on a modified Boeing 747 Carrier Aircraft! The Endeavour will fly by and be visible from Ellington field and the Sonny Carter Training Facility before passing over JSC.

After landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California on Nov. 30, Endeavour is on its cross country journey back to the Kennedy Space Center.

Information about the Shuttle’s Ferry Flight will be available on the Shuttle’s main website at:

www.nasa.gov/shuttle

Image above: The Shuttle Carrier Aircraft carries Endeavour back to its home base at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo credit: NASA