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Enterprise Shuttle: NYC Residents Watch As Retired Spacecraft Flies Over City (LIVE UPDATES)

Posted: 04/27/2012 9:45 am Updated: 04/27/2012 4:54 pm

Enterprise Shuttle

UPDATE: The Shuttle landed at JFK around 11:18 am EST.

The Space Shuttle Enterprise began its final flight at 9:39 EST this morning and landed at JFK airport around 11:18, after passing over New York City.

Enterprise, which was carried on the back of a modified 747, will soon be displayed in a permanent exhibition at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on Manhattan's West Side. See live updates of the historic flight below.

To submit your own photos, click here. For videos of the flight, click here.

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Scheduled to land at JFK any minute now.

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HuffPost Science Associate Editor Travis doing what he does best: waiting around for the shuttle.

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Enterprise and its carrier plane took off from Washington at 9:39 EST. Can't wait for it to get to NYC? Prepare with this map of the planned flyover path.

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Filed by Travis Korte  |