IFs", but IF NASA takes the second landing opportunity after waiving the first and IF the clouds are all gone and IF we are just close enough... we may see or hear the shuttle fly over the state!
This is BIG because the shuttle program is about to retire and there is a high chance that we will never have the shuttle deorbit over Arkansas again. SOOO... watch my Twitter feed above for updates in the morning and we will see what happens! The closer you are to the Searcy area, the better chance you have to see the shuttle and hear the double sonic boom! 7:50 AM is a rough estimate... if they choose the second attempt, I will be outside from 7:30 AM to 8:00. Hopefully somewhere quiet.