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It is -- and that is supposed take up and about half an hour 45 minutes there's been pushed back so it's now about an hour and a half to an hour and 45.
Because it's flying from that high desert of Southern California head north.
Fly past the capital of Sacramento and then to the Bay Area the reason why they -- to back one hour here's the Bay Area does have some fog they believe that fog will lift in time.
As endeavor will fly over northern California passed by the Golden Gate Bridge.
Go over San Francisco -- -- the Silicon Valley and back down the picturesque California coastline to here at Southern California.
We talked to Tom and he talks totals about how important it is.
To have endeavor here in California.
And it's really a tip of a tip of the cap to the -- take a listen.
It's a recognition that California's aerospace heritage and talent from World War II -- to the president has offered us the giant steps forward.
And I think it's it's well deserved honor to have the last of the space shuttles there that California -- center.
Tom Jones pollution emissions on endeavor endeavor will they come -- California -- -- does that -- of northern California.
Fly over all the main sites down here as well including the JPL laboratory -- were so much important work.
Took place to help with endeavor it'll make its final landing here about 1215 local time.
It left here back in 1991 returns for the final time today.
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