The last journey of retired Space Shuttle Endeavour was quite spectacular for bystanders.
A team of photographers led by Matthew Givot tried to capture the entire process of Endeavour's 12-mile journey through Los Angeles to the city's California Science Center for permanent stay in a series of photographs and videos.
The retired space shuttle crawled at a very slow pace so that crews could make sure that the space shuttle did not entangle into any power lines or trees. They had to cut many three to make way for the shuttle's advancement.
Givot said it was an amazing experience that he would not be able to forget.
Speaking on the topic, he added, "My hope is that this film will show you the amount of dedicated people and teamwork that it took to get the Endeavour to its new home."
A great number of people kept turning out to see the gorgeous machine throughout the 12-mile trek.
Endeavour - the youngest of American space agency NASA's shuttle fleet, had started operations in the year of 1992. It flew twenty-five times into space and retired after its last mission in May last year.
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