Find the Space Shuttle!

The United States ended it's Space Shuttle program in 2011 and the remaining Shuttles were sent to museums around the country.  Immense spacecraft, Shuttles can only be transported long distances mounted to the top of a specially modified 747 aircraft.  En route to a museum in Los Angeles where it will be displayed, the Space Shuttle Endeavour was flown around the state for Californians to see and enjoy.  On September 22, 2012, the Endeavour was flown over the state Capitol in Sacramento.  A decent sized crowd gathered in the Capital Park to watch the spectacle.

The Endeavour appears in this image three times-- and not everyone on the ground is looking at it!  Can you spot all three?

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Uploaded: 22/09/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014


Tags: endeavour; endeavor; space; shuttle; spaceshuttle; space shuttle; nasa; 747; jet; capitol; capital; california; sacramento; trees; crowd; park
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