Shuttle Enterprise Final Journey Postponed Until Wednesday

The shuttle Enterprise had been set to be moved to the museum on Tuesday

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    The prototype space shuttle that arrived in New York City by air earlier this spring was on the move again, this time by sea. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

    The planned final journey of the shuttle Enterprise to its home at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum has been postponed because of weather.

    The Enterprise had been set to move by barge from Port Elizabeth in New Jersey to the museum on Tuesday morning.

    A new moving date has been tentatively set for Wednesday morning.

    On Sunday, the Enterprise barge was moved by tugboat along the shore of Queens and Brooklyn before docking at Weeks Marine in New Jersey.
    It is expected to open to the public in mid-July.

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