On Friday, April 27 Enterprise, the first NASA space shuttle was transported atop a 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft from Dulles International Airport, near Washington, D.C. to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Enterprise eventually will be displayed at New York’s Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Though Enterprise, the first space shuttle orbiter never flew in space, it was crucial to the Space Shuttle Program because its series of approach and landing tests in 1977 proved the orbiter could fly in the atmosphere and land like an airplane, except without power — like a glider. Includes footage of Enterprise on the ground at Dulles and takeoff from Dulles.
NASA Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Arrives at Kennedy Space Center
Discovery Flyovers Delight D.C. Area as Seen From NASA Headquarters
Shuttle Atlantis: From the Inside
Space Shuttle Endeavour Traveling Through the Streets of Los Angeles
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