The rein of NASA’s Space Shuttles ended last year, and they have been slowly making their way to their new homes in museums across the US. With Enterprise and Discovery both finding their way to their humble abodes, next in line for movement is the Endeavour, the newest of the now defunct Shuttle fleet. Built to replace the Challenger, her career began May 1992, and lasted to May 2011. Endeavour will go on display at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, and orbiter currently sits at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida. She is scheduled to make the cross country trip this September. Let’s take a unique look at the last launch into to space on Endeavour, from last year. Four cameras were along for the ride, and all four views have been synced up in the video past the jump (full screen mode is encouraged). Enjoy!