The Intrepid Museum's space-shuttle pavilion reopens (slide show)

The Space Shuttle Enterprise is on view again, after Hurricane Sandy–related damage forced the pavilion's closure last year.

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  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

Photograph: Alex Strada

Space Shuttle Enterprise Pavilion at the Intrepid Museum

Recovering from Hurricane Sandy is an ongoing process, but things are looking up: On July 4 the Statue of Liberty reopened after damage-related closure, and today the Space Shuttle Enterprise followed suit. The NASA prototype was first unveiled in July 2012 in a custom-built pavilion aboard the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Visitors can once again get up close and even walk under the six-story shuttle, and learn about its missions in a newly expanded accompanying exhibit.


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