All of us on the Last Shuttle Project are set are ready to go for the launch tomorrow morning. We spent most of the day setting up our remote cameras in the field around the launch pad. The Rotating Service Structure that usually covers the shuttle opened up around noon. I saw a few comments on twitter that the tweetup was somehow getting a better view than the press does. I'm not sure if that's true... this view is pretty good too :)
And I have been trying to take a photograph of this Endeavour flag every time we go out to the launch pad. It's located above the guard station. Every chance I've had a chance to get it... it's blowing the wrong way! The 'Endeavour' on the flag was always backwards. Luckily, favorable winds were blowing this time. I stood on the rear of the van for the perfect composition.
Time for bed! I'll be up by 3am to get ready for the 9am launch.
Labels: Endeavour, final, Kennedy, KSC, launch, NASA, Shuttle, Space