Angelenos saw Endeavour as it soared over Southern California and crawled across city streets, and on Tuesday, they'll have another chance to see the space shuttle — only this time, it won't be going anywhere.
That's the day the California Science Center will open its doors to the display pavilion housing the retired orbiter, which arrived at the Exposition Park museum about two weeks ago. The 18,000-square-foot building will showcase the museum's prized exhibit until a new air and space wing opens in about five years.
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