Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Watch via Webcam as the Boeing 747 Space Shuttle Carrier is Reassembled

Space Center Houston, located at 1601 NASA Parkway, is in the process of building an exciting new $12 million complex to celebrate Houston’s leading role in space exploration!  This new Texas landmark will be the first place in the world where visitors can see the full-scale Space Shuttle model and the retired Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA-905) in classic piggyback configuration.

Space Center Houston has aimed a webcam at crews as they reassemble the modified NASA Space Shuttle Carrier that rolled down Highway 3 from Ellington Field and then traveled down NASA Parkway late in April. Watch via webcam at: http://spacecenter.org/giving/747-project/.

The photos (below) were taken on April 29th, after the Boeing 747 had completed its first day of travel and was “parked” parallel to Highway 3.


[The Boeing 747 fuselage and elevons at intersection of NASA Parkway & HWY 3 – P Moore]


[The Boeing 747 fuselage, elevons and partial view of a wing, as seen along HWY 3. –P Moore]
By Pamela Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty

Originally Posted on Brockway Realty LLC's Official Blog