Monday, June 4, 2012

Another reason Seattle should have gotten a shuttle.

New York already broke Enterprise!
It would have been a quick trip across the street from BFI's large runway to the Museum of Flight's hanger that was ready for the shuttle.


Linda said...

I like the excuse: ""A sudden microburst of wind, measured at 35 knots, caused the rub panel foam protective layer of the wingtip of Enterprise to graze the protective wood piling bumpers in the water designed to bumper vessels," the museum said."

... or someone's steering sucks?

Tom said...

This has to be one of the best Space Shuttle headlines though - "Space shuttle Enterprise damaged at sea"