The event, which occurred recently at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, was not of a regular nature, as Endeavour and Atlantis the two prestigious NASA’s space shuttles came nose to nose. The action took place at Orbiter Processing Facility 3.
It is said that the facility will open for public in early 2013. Experts were of the view that Endeavour will be moved to California Science Center but in October and it will remain there permanently. However, on the other side, Atlantis will remain at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
This was one of the biggest reasons for which experts were of the view that coming nose to nose was the vent that would probably never take place again in the future at Kennedy Space Center.
NASA officials shared information that all the shuttles, which have left the Earth, would later be moved to the museum. Main reason behind the aim is closure of shuttle programme.
Talking about Atlantis, officials said that Atlantis was done with the mission in July 2011, and now is up to become a museum piece. It was the last time that it has been on its roller wheels, shared officials.
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