It’s always bittersweet when we see great vehicles on their way to becoming museum pieces, after all, they represent something pretty special. Space Shuttle Atlantis landed in Florida back in July, where it’s been locked inside the vehicle assembly building at the Kennedy Space Center — which is where we got a chance to look inside. Now it’s making its final journey, a 10-mile cruise along the road to the visitor center, where it’ll hopefully inspire generations for many years to come. If you’d like to watch the operation as it takes place, then head on past the break to watch the livestream.
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