Eagle Eyes at the Endeavour Shuttle’s Historic Last Voyage
LOS ANGELES—On Oct. 13, before a crowd of tens of thousands, the
Endeavour Space Shuttle celebrated its homecoming. Eagle Eyes Optics
participated as one of four sponsors in a program to celebrate the
shuttle’s historic and final voyage to the California ScienCenter.
Astronaut Colonel Walt Cunningham took center stage on what was also
the 44th anniversary of his Apollo 7 mission to address the crowd,
“I’ve long maintained an appreciation for technologies developed from
NASA that benefit human-kind. Eagle Eyes represent a true example of
state-of-the-art space transfer technology.” Eagle Eyes also announced
its Endeavour Sunglass Collection to honor the historic ship and the
history of space-transfer technology. Endeavour’s last pilot, Greg
Johnson, Lost in Space actress June Lockhart and several city and state
dignitaries were also present at the event.
| (L to R) California ScienCenter’s CEO Jeff Rudolph; Eagle Eyes CEO Alan
Mittelman; and astronaut Greg Johnson wearing Eagle Eyes Endeavour
|| (L to R) Mike Fincke, Apollo 7 astronaut Walt Cunningham and Greg Johnson. Johnson and Fincke piloted the Endeavour on her last mission in 2012.|
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