The outer fuel tank arrived Saturday evening at the California Science Center after a moderate outing crosswise over Los Angeles going 5 mph
The solitary staying outer fuel tank from NASA’s space transport program started a moderate ride crosswise over Los Angeles early Saturday and arrived 18 hours after the fact at the California Science Center, where it will be in plain view with space transport Attempt.
The parade voyaged 15 miles from a dock in Marina del Rey down Lincoln and Culver roads, to Westchester Expressway, then through Inglewood on Arbor Vitae Road to La Brea Boulevard, past the Discussion, and north on Vermont Parkway to the historical center. Constrained to a top rate of 5 mph, the tank arrived just before the 7:30 p.m. PT guaranteed time on Saturday. It was to join the Attempt at gallery’s Samuel Oschin Air and Space Center.
Map: Transport Tank Course to the CA Science Center
“This will be the main spot on the planet where an entire space transport stack with genuine equipment will be accessible,” said Science Center President Jeffrey N. Rudolph.
The van stack will be accessible for survey one week from now. In the long run, supporter rockets will be added to the show.