Earlier this week we brought you some surreal imagery from the space shuttle Endeavour's trip through Los Angeles, but there's nothing quite like seeing things in motion. Photographer Matthew Givot has uploaded a stunning time-lapse video of the space shuttle's journey, revealing the scale of the operation needed to move the Endeavour to its new home at the California Space Center.

Because of the shuttle's 78-foot wingspan and six-story height, the city had to remove traffic signals, streetlights, power lines, and even some trees (which will apparently be replaced at a two-to-one ratio). Givot says filming the shuttle was an unforgettable experience: "it was so powerful to see the excitement on people's faces."