The space shuttle Enterprise hangs in the air at John F. Kennedy Airport as a NASA 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft where it was perched is pulled away
Sometimes the wait to get off the plane can feel like the longest part of the trip.
Two weeks after its arrival in New York City, the space shuttle Enterprise has been taken off the jumbo jet that was used to bring it from Washington.
The shuttle was removed from the plane early Sunday at John F. Kennedy International Airport. It will stay there for a few more weeks before being moved by barge to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. An exhibit is expected to open to the public in July.
Enterprise arrived in New York in a highly anticipated flight on April 27. It came to New York as part of NASA's decision to end the shuttle program after 30 years.