TAMPA - Here are five, err, six things you need to know happening in Florida on Wednesday, September 19.
(1) Space Shuttle Endeavour leaves KSC for last time
Space Shuttle Endeavour is scheduled to leave Kennedy Space Center for the final time on Wednesday.
The 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA) is scheduled to ferry Endeavour on a two-day trip from Florida to California. The flight had been delayed two days due to poor weather conditions along the Gulf Coast.
The Federal Aviation Administration is allowing the SCA to conduct low-level flyovers at about 1,500 feet above locations along the planned flight path.
At approximately 7:15 a.m. today, the SCA and Endeavour will depart Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility and perform a flyover of various areas of the Space Coast, including Kennedy, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Patrick Air Force Base.
The aircraft will fly west and conduct flyovers of NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi and the agency's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.
It will then perform flyovers above various areas of Houston and Clear Lake before landing at Ellington Field near NASA's Johnson Space Center.
Other flyovers will occur in Texas, New Mexico and California on Thursday.
The SCA and Endeavour is scheduled to land at 11:00 a.m. PDT on Friday at Los Angeles International Airport.
Endeavour will then be removed from the SCA and spend a few weeks at a United Airlines hangar undergoing preparations for transport and display.
Endeavour then will travel through Inglewood and Los Angeles city streets on a 12-mile journey from the airport before arriving at its new home, the California Science Center, in the evening on October 13.
Social media users are encouraged to share their Endeavour sightings using the hashtags #spottheshuttle and #OV105, Endeavour's orbiter vehicle designation.
For information about NASA's transfer of space shuttles to museums, visit www.nasa.gov/transition .
(2) Mitt Romney campaigns in Florida
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will campaign in Florida on Wednesday.
Romney will participate in the Univision "Meet the Candidates" Forum in Miami at 6:30 p.m. The event will take place in front of a live audience at the University of Miami BankUnited Center Fieldhouse.
The event will be streamed online in English and will be televised on Univision at 10:00 p.m.
President Obama will attend a similar Univision forum in Miami on Thursday after attending a campaign event in Tampa.
Following the forum, Mitt Romney will hold a Juntos Con Romney Rally at the Darwin Fuchs Pavilion in Miami. Translated as "United With Romney," the event hopes to rally Hispanic support for the former Massachusetts governor in South Florida.
The Juntos Con Romney Rally begins at 8:55 p.m.
On Thursday, Romney is scheduled to attend a campaign event at the Ringling Museum at 3:30 p.m.
(3) Lucky the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle released
Veterinarian staff with the Florida Aquarium will release Lucky the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle back into the wild on Wednesday.
Lucky was rescued by Fish and Wildlife authorities in July and brought to The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation team. She was suffering from stress and buoyancy issues.
Lucky was caught by a fisherman off Davis Islands. He placed the turtle in a fresh water tank and prepared to kill and eat Lucky. A neighbor reported the fisherman to authorities who rescued the turtle.
Lucky got her name because she is extremely lucky to be alive.
The fisherman was fined and is currently being prosecuted by federal authorities.
Lucky will be released into Tampa Bay at 1:00 p.m. at Cypress Point Park, which is just north of the Howard Franklin Bridge and south of Tampa International Airport.
(4) RailHawks vs. Rowdies
The Tampa Bay Rowdies play their last regular home game of the season on Wednesday night.
The Rowdies host the Carolina RailHawks at Al Lang Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, the Rowdies defeated FC Edmonton 3-0 in Edmonton. Goalkeeper Jeff Attinellas got his tenth shutout of the 2012 season, and fifteenth shutout of his career.
The Rowdies already clinched a NASL playoff spot. The exclusive window for season ticket holders to purchase playoff tickets ends tonight. All remaining playoff tickets will go on sale to the public on Thursday.
The first potential home playoff date for the Rowdies is on Friday, September 28.
For more information or to buy tickets to tonight's season call (813) 287-1539 or visit www.RowdiesSoccer.com .
(5) The Go-Go's concert
The Go-Go's, one of America's most successful all-female rock bands performs in concert on Wednesday at The Mahaffey in St. Petersburg.
The group was founded in 1978 and received mainstream success in 1981 with their double-platinum album Beauty And The Beat. The Go-Go's became the first all-female band to top the Billboard album charts who wrote their own songs and played their own instruments.
The Go-Go's broke up in 1985 only reunite