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  • Liz Dwyer

    What a video! Did anyone else get totally choked up while watching this?

    • Doris Yee

      It was breathtaking to see this happen up close and personal. This time lapse really makes the whole commute look as easy as any claymation. But spectators had to wait hours while watching crew members take down branches and light poles. What folks might not also realize (unless you were there) is how much footage this actually is - the shuttle itself was being transported at about 2mph. Depending when and where you were on route, Endeavour was anywhere between 3-6 hours behind schedule!

      So happy to have witnessed this.