The space shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral for the last time on Monday, May 16 at 8:56 a.m. EDT. But if you can’t make it to Florida, you can watch from where you sit.

Wired Science gathered together our favorite live Shuttle webcasts so space geeks everywhere can get in on the action. And if any of you are lucky enough to have made it to the Cape, send us your photos. If we get enough good ones, we’ll make a reader gallery.

Note: Space shuttle launches are famously subject to delay, since every condition needs to be just right. To be certain of launch dates, check NASA’s official shuttle and rocket launch schedule.

1. Spacevidcast
Space enthusiasts Benjamin and Cariann Higginbotham host Spacevidcast, perhaps the most street-friendly source of live mission commentary available. The pair reads and responds to chatroom banter during their coverage. This year, they plan to take video call-in questions from readers using Vokle.

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