Endeavour's final flight, to a museum, grounded due to weather (+video)
The space shuttle Endeavour was scheduled to fly to Los Angeles where it will be displayed in a museum. But its flight was delayed due to bad weather.
Endeavour, which was retired last year, was scheduled to travel piggyback on top of a specially modified 747 jet, but storms along the planned flight path have pushed back its departure from the Kennedy Space Center until Wednesday.
It was the second delay caused by weather in transporting the shuttle, which was originally intended to depart on Monday.
NASA said Endeavour is now expected to arrive on Friday in Los Angeles, where it will go on display at the California Science Center on Oct. 30.