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[UPDATED] Endeavour Space Shuttle Will Touch Down in L.A. Friday: Here's Where to Watch

Photo courtesy of El Segundo Police Department
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Despite a postponed departure due to inclement weather, the space shuttle Endeavour is on schedule to stop at LAX this week, touching down on Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The El Segundo Police Department has designated viewing areas on the the 300 to 600 blocks of E. Imperial Avenue, as well as the 700 block of W. Imperial Avenue and the greenbelt located at Imperial Avenue and California Street.

Click here for a full map of the area, where to park and where to plan to watch. Police suggest arriving early since parking will be limited.

The Endeavour was built following the explosion of the Challenger in 1986. This visit to LAX is part of its final journey.

UPDATED 9/18: The El Segundo Police Department has announced that the shuttle's landing will be changed from Thursday, 9/20 to Friday, 9/21 due to weather issues on the east coast. This post has been updated to reflect the new date. Viewing areas will remain the same.