The robot car that made history in 2005 when it successfully completed a 132-mile driverless navigation test has made another momentous journey. This time, the car traveled roughly seven city blocks to move from the American History Museum to the Air and Space museum in preparation for the spring 2013 exhibit, “Time and Navigation: The Untold Story of Getting From Here to There.”
We covered the move in a previous post, but now we’re bringing you the latest photos from Stanley’s trip on the back of a flat bed truck early Wednesday morning. And catch more of the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag: #GoStanley.
After leaving the American History’s loading dock, Stanley saw the sights:
And it wouldn’t be D.C. without a little gridlock:
Once at the Air and Space Museum, Stanley rides in below a drone:
Easing in beneath the aircraft in the museum’s Milestones of Flight gallery, Stanley looks right at home.