Did you head out Friday morning to witness history?
The Space Shuttle Endeavour made its once-in-a-lifetime farewell tour over Northern California, making low-level flyovers at about 1,500 feet above locations along a planned flight path that included the Bay Area, from Sacramento to San Francisco and even NASA Ames Research Center near Mountain View.
Commuters in southern Marin got a great view of the shuttle as it flew over Highway 101 south toward San Francisco around 10:30 a.m. Wolfback Ridge in Sausalito was jam packed with gawkers trying to get the best view of the shuttle.
"I don't know if it's worth the cost for something that's just a spectacular show, but it was spectacular," said one commuter who was surprised to see the low-level flyover as he was filling up at a gas station.
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If you spotted the shuttle during the four-and-a-half-hour period, use Twitter hashtags #spottheshuttle and #OV105, Endeavour's vehicle designation, to share your thoughts.
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