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Three Nights, Three Days

Three Nights, Three Days

"There Nights, Three Days: Endeavour's Journey Through Los Angeles" chronicles the feat of engineering required to transport the retired Space Shuttle Endeavour throughout the streets of Los Angeles in 2012 when the California Science Center in Los Angeles won the bid to become the shuttle’s new home. The documentary film follows the shuttle’s final journey to its permanent home at the Science Center’s Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Display Pavilion, where it will inspire future generations of scientists, innovators and engineers.

The 23-minute documentary by director Paul Bozymowski takes a behind-the-scenes look at the monumental feat of moving a 150,000-pound national treasure through 14 miles of urban, public streets. During its 68-hour journey through mostly underserved neighborhoods, more than a million people lined Endeavour’s route, uniting communities, re-igniting an interest in space exploration and motivating a new generation of students to pursue science learning.

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