Endeavour’s Final Voyage – Redux

The scheduled April launch was scrubbed due to technical problems, but the final preparations are underway for the 25th and final launch, after 19 years in service, of the Space Shuttle Endeavour on Mission STS-134.  Launch is scheduled for 1.56pm [BST].  Via the NASAKennedy channelAnd a reminder that Endeavour’s final cargo, for the International Space Station, includes a 7-tonne particle physics experiment – the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS).  And the AMS channel provides this informative Nasa overview of the experiment.As usual, there’s the launch blog and live online coverage from Nasa TV.

Adds Live streaming video. Update I’ve replaced the Ustream live-feed with footage of the launch.

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  • joeCanuck

    So sad that the USA space endeavour seems to be close to its end. But, private enterprise might save the day.

  • joeCanuck

    Should have said manned space endeavour. There are other wonderful missions.

  • Pete Baker

    Added live streaming video.

  • Pete Baker

    I’ve replaced the Ustream live-feed with footage of the launch.