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Amir Morris, 3, wear an astronaut costume while holding an American flag, as the space shuttle Endeavor passes Manchester Blvd in Inglewood, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. The Endeavour's terrestrial journey began before dawn Friday when it departed from the Los Angeles International Airport, rolling on a 160-wheeled carrier past diamond-shaped "Shuttle Xing" signs. Over two days, it will trundle 12 miles (19 kilometers) at a top speed of 2 mph (3 kph) to its final destination, the California Science Center where it will be the centerpiece of a new exhibit. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Times, Rick Loomis, Pool)

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Amir Morris, 3, wear an astronaut costume while holding an American flag, as the space shuttle Endeavor passes Manchester Blvd in Inglewood, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012.  The Endeavour's terrestrial journey began before dawn Friday when it departed from the Los Angeles International Airport, rolling on a 160-wheeled carrier past diamond-shaped "Shuttle Xing" signs. Over two days, it will trundle 12 miles (19 kilometers) at a top speed of 2 mph (3 kph) to its final destination, the California Science Center where it will be the centerpiece of a new exhibit. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Times, Rick Loomis, Pool)
Amir Morris, 3, wear an astronaut costume while holding an American flag, as the space shuttle Endeavor passes Manchester Blvd in Inglewood, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. The Endeavour's terrestrial journey began before dawn Friday when it departed from the Los Angeles International Airport, rolling on a 160-wheeled carrier past diamond-shaped "Shuttle Xing" signs. Over two days, it will trundle 12 miles (19 kilometers) at a top speed of 2 mph (3 kph) to its final destination, the California Science Center where it will be the centerpiece of a new exhibit. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Times, Rick Loomis, Pool)
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