The orbiters Discovery and Endeavour are swapping places at Kennedy Space Center this morning as NASA continues prepping the spacecraft for museum display.
Endeavour is rolling out of of Orbiter Processing Facility Bay No. 1, and Discovery is moving out of the Vehicle Assembly Building. The two spacecraft will stop briefly outside OPF Bay No. 3 for a photo opportunity.
Discovery will roost in retirement at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum annex outside Washington, D.C., and Endeavour will head to the California Science Center in Los Angeles.
The Orbital Maneuvering System and Forward Reaction Control System pods have been removed from the spacecraft for museum prep work.