After serving for almost 20 years and successfully accomplishing 25 missions, the space shuttle Endeavor is all ready for its final journey to its home at California Science Center, where it will be put on display.
However, there have been major issues concerning the transfer of the space shuttle to the center from Los Angeles International Airport. And the issue is regarding trees. The trees are being suspected to hinder its way, hence, it has been decided that more than 400 trees along the path will be cut.
The twisty 12-mile way, which has been dubbed as dubbed Mission 26, will not be going along the path, which will cause major difficulties for the five-story-high and 78-foot-wide Endeavour to pass through.
A NASA transporter has been deployed to carry the space shuttle along the path of South LA to the center, which is revealed to take two days.
Trees which will hinder the way will also be removed, the news are though made a few of the people upset. Lark Galloway-Gilliam, a longtime resident, said “They are cutting down these really big, majestic trees. It will be beyond my lifetime before they will be tall like this again”. Reports revealed that more than 100 trees have been cut in Inglewood and several more coming down.
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