A massive rocket booster that never made it into space has instead made its way to Mississippi's Infinity Science Center.
The rocket booster arrived at the center Tuesday after a carefully orchestrated move from New Orleans that took days.
The rocket booster was part of the Saturn V rocket used to support the Apollo program.
This particular piece of equipment was intended for the Apollo 19 moon trip that was canceled.
Instead it sat at a facility in New Orleans.
To get to Mississippi, the booster rocket was loaded onto a barge and traveled via canal to the Pearl River, where it was floated to the Stennis Space Center and then transported by road to the science center.
A spokeswoman for the center, Mary Douglas, said the trip went smoothly.