Space shuttle Endeavour is on its way to El Paso after taking flight over in Austin.
The shuttle left Houston Thursday morning at the Johnson Space Center. It’s riding piggyback on a jumbo jet.
Endeavour is scheduled to stop at Biggs Army Airfield in El Paso. Then, it's on to NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in California for a night.
Friday, the shuttle will head to Los Angeles International Airport.
Wednesday, fans in Space City came out to get a glimpse of history. They filled the streets with flags and cheers.
NASA's youngest shuttle Endeavour flew 25 missions covering nearly 123 million miles.
In mid-October, the shuttle will be put on display at the California Science Center.
YNN's Adonis Gray took this video of the Space Shuttle Endeavour flying over Austin. Watch the video below:
YNN: Endeavour takes flight over Austin
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