Merritt Island, FL (PRWEB) April 11, 2011
TITLE: Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS-134. THE LAST BLAST
The Last Blast… Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS-134 mission has been reschedule for 3:34pm EDT on Friday April 29th, 2011. This launch was delayed due to a scheduling conflict with a Russian Progress supply vehicle at the space station.
Space Shuttle Endeavour’s STS-134 launch is expected to bring record numbers of space enthusiast to view the last blast of the Endeavour.
Many people who had planned to witness this launch on the original date are finding it difficult to reschedule their travel plans or to find accommodations on the Space Coast.
The new date is permitting others the opportunity to now view the last blast of Space Shuttle Endeavour.
There are many ways to view a launch on the Space Coast. Some people gather on the beach and causeways. Others are stuck buses and cars for many hours and unloaded at various locations on Kennedy Space Center or Cape Canaveral to view the launch. Unless you are privileged enough to have a VIP pass to view the launch with other NASA dignitaries, the absolute best way to view a launch is on a boat.
The Indian River Queen, a triple deck paddle wheel boat has scheduled a special Shuttle Launch viewing cruise April 29th, 2011 from 1:30-4:30pm. The Indian River Queen is the perfect way for families and large groups to view a launch. The Queen will view the launch on the Indian River just north of the 528 Causeway. A limited number of Boarding Passes are now available by calling (321)454-7414.
Visit Indian River Queen or Island Boat Lines website or for shuttle launch updates as they become available.
Scheduled Launch Cruise 1:30 PM ~ 4:30 PM
Don`t miss the boat!
Queen will view the launch on the Indian River north of the 528 Causeway.
1:30 Boarding begins
3:47pm Shuttle Launch Viewing
4:30pm Return to the dock
1st & 2nd Deck (Limited to 120 passengers) $100pp
VIP Topside Deck (Limited to 30 passengers) $200pp