The Space Shuttle Enterprise "landed" on the Intrepid last summer, but about four months later it was damaged when the strong winds Hurricane Sandy blew in. Scaffolding had been built around the shuttle for repairs, and now that it's removed the Enterprise has become visible again. Show More Summary
Pilot : We have now begun our descent into LaGuardia. Passengers on the right side, if you look out your windows, you'll get to see the beautiful Manhattan skyline and the space shuttle enterprise atop the intrepid. Passengers on the left side, you get... Show More Summary
The Space Shuttle Enterprise is finally in its new (temporary) home, housed on the Flight Deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The Space Shuttle Pavilion will open to the public today around 2 p.m., following an opening ceremony...Show More Summary
Several officials from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration were unable to catch a cab on Wednesday afternoon when they tried to leave the new space shuttle exhibit at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on the West Side, the temporary home of the retired shuttle the Enterprise.
This Thursday, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s Space Shuttle Pavilion will open, meaning the Enterprise will finally be on display for the public to explore. The shuttle will be displayed in "a climate-controlled and fully-accessible...Show More Summary
Better take the opportunity now while it's free to get a good look at the shuttle Enterprise.
Subjects include the ceremony for the new local Ashanti chief, the plummeting population of red knots and the space shuttle Enterprise's arrival at the Intrepid museum.
Yesterday the Space Shuttle Enterprise made its way over to the Intrepid, where it will be open to the public starting on July 19th. Until you're able to touch it with your own hands, click through for photos from the scene yesterday, when the ol' gal was lifted from a barge and brought on to the flight deck. Show More Summary
The Space Shuttle Enterprise made her final journey (actually, this is only a temporary spot for the shuttle, until a more permanent exhibit facility at the museum is built) today, up the Hudson River to the Intrepid Museum, where the public will be able to view it starting July 19th. Show More Summary
Enterprise, the first NASA space shuttle (now retired, along with the rest of the fleet after the budget cuts of recent years), floats past the Statue of Liberty today on its way to a new permanent home aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid Air and Space museum. ... More »
It's clear skies out there, so the Space Shuttle Enterprise will finally be able to make its final journey up the Hudson River today, eventually arriving at its new home: the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. This means another photo op! Here's where you'll be able to check out the ol' gal. [ more › ]
Watch a video of the space shuttle Enterprise being towed to its new home at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in Manhattan.
The Space Shuttle Enterprise was scheduled to come back to New York after a brief stay in New Jersey today, but the trip was postponed due to weather, after the windy weather on Sunday caused it to get into a little fender bender. As...Show More Summary
The Space Shuttle Enterprise made its trip from JFK Airport to NJ yesterday. But thanks to the annoying weather, its trip from NJ to its final home at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum has been postponed to Wednesday (June 6). And the Wednesday voyage will only happen if the weather is cooperative! [ more › ]
The Space Shuttle Enterprise is getting ready for its trip to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on Tuesday, which has meant an intricate operation to get from its hangar at JFK Airport to a barge that will eventually go up the Hudson River. [ more › ]
On Tuesday, June 5th, at 9:15 a.m., the barge and shuttle will leave Weeks Marine, passing the Statue of Liberty at 9:50 a.m.; the World Trade Center at 10:40 a.m.; and travel up the Hudson River, completing its journey at the Intrepid Museum at 11:30 a.m. Show More Summary
Here is a slide show of photographs from the past week. Subjects include the space shuttle Enterprise, falling tree limbs and a subway portrait artist.
While you were sleeping, the Space Shuttle Enterprise was "demated" from the NASA 747 that brought her to NYC. Sometime around 3 or 4 a.m. Sunday morning, the shuttle was separated from the plane she piggybacked here on, and was placed back inside of JFK Airport's Hangar 12. The process took over ten hours. [ more › ]
The shuttle Enterprise will stay at Kennedy Airport for a few weeks before it is taken to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in early June.
The Space Shuttle Enterprise can still be seen (at least for the rest of this week) if you drive by the hangar it's being housed in at JFK Airport. After that it will be prepared to make its move to the barge that will bring it down the Hudson River to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in June. Show More Summary