On Friday, the flew over the central New Jersey area, being delivered piggyback on a specially-modified 747. The shuttle made it to JFK airport, where it will be ultimately made part of the Intrepid Air, Space and Science Museum.
to send us their pictures, and Susan Donovan of Colonia answered the call. Her husband, who works in Hoboken, took this cellphone shot of the Enterprise as it flew overhead.
Thanks to Susan, her husband, and their two daughters for sending in this piece of NASA history!
Donna Parente of Fords travelled up to Liberty State Park near the ferry slips to see Enterprise arrive. The pictures she took were during the second flyover, around 10:45 am, as the shuttle and 747 were heading back to circle around Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.
Steve McKessy sent in a picture taken by his coworker near Nyack, NY, for the UPS Center in Spring Valley over the Hudson River.
Got Enterprise pictures? Email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll put them up!