New Yorkers Have to Wait to See Their New Spacecraft
It looks like we're going to have to re-mark our calendars for the arrival of Enterprise in our own backyard. And not the one from Star Trek, the one from NASA.
The delay has good intentions, though: NASA wants all of New York to see the landing of theEnterprise.
Strapped toa 747 jet
, the spacecraft will touch down in or around J.F.K. International Airport, remain there until June and then be taken via barge up the Hudson to Pier 86. There, a massive crane will lift it up onto the deck of the aircraft carrier (can we call it a spacecraft carrier now?). What a sight that will be.
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