The Space Shuttle will land in California, at Edwards Air Force Base at 5:53 p.m. today, so don't be alarmed if you hear a double sonic boom here.
If you head out to the desert from Granada Hills now, you might be able to see the shuttle. According to my sources:
They're using runway 22. The ground tracks are over north base. There are two possible final approach circles - one CW centered over the 20 mule team offramp off the 58; one CCW centered over the rocket test site. I'm thinking we'll park on the shoulder of Rocket Test Site Road as far south as they'll let us. STS-117 orbit 219 ground track used the CW approach. Today, they're describing a CCW approach.