Jun 30, 2007- Final roll out preps

Weight & C.G. was completed by first shift today– Endeavour came in at a svelte 200,025 lbs. (empty weight).

Last minute tile work is being completed before the orbiter transporter enters the bay tommorrow-

it will creep between the main landing gear and lift the vehicle for transport to the VAB where it will be mated to the external tank.

We had time to take a picture to commemorate the 4 1/2 years of work we’ve done on the ship to get it ready for rollout (I’m on the left). More pics tomorrow!


About John Sep

Former Space Shuttle aerospace technician and private pilot now looking towards the next great adventure. Soon to be heading home from my overseas assignment! Transfered my blog from MySpace to here so check my older stuff for info and pictures from my days in space shuttle processing- lots of behind the scenes stuff! He drew pics, flew planes, fought fires and helped launch people into space - what will he do next?
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