Exclusive video, taken today, of orbiter Endeavour in its Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF) and its external tank and Solid Rrocket Boosters (SRB) in the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), in preparation of its mission STS-123, can be seen below.
Endeavour will be moved from its OPF bay to the VAB early on the morning of Monday 11 February, with arrival at the VAB's bay one - where the ET and SRBs are already mated - scheduled for 0800h
The nose gear of Endeavour and the belly of the Shuttle can be seen clearly in this video from the OPF bay one
Here the starboard side of the orbiter can be seen and if you look carefully you should be able to see the E for Endeavour
Here the starboard wing and fuselage of the orbiter can be seen and if you look carefully you should be able to see the first few letters for United, as in United States
Looking at the rear of the orbiter Endeavour in OPF bay one, the engines come into view
Entering the Vehicle Assembly Building its four bays, each of which could contain a completed Space Shuttle stack, are on the right and left of the picture. The SRB nose cones that can be seen at the start of the video are for the April STS-124 mission's solid rocket boosters