If you were glued to the tv watching the Yankees (ugh), the Jets and Giants, or out enjoying yourself, you might have missed these items, so I'll catch you up!
The space shuttle Endeavour finally made it to its final resting place, after traveling in slow-motion through the streets of Los Angeles all weekend.
The retired shuttle made it to Exposition Park, where it will be displayed at the California Science Center beginning on October 30th, at 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
It left Los Angeles International Airport before daybreak on Friday to begin the 12-mile trip and it took even longer than expected. On Saturday, it was five hours late for one stop, where an estimated crowd of 165,000 waited to get a glance of the spaceship!
Felix Baumgartner set two world records on Sunday, becoming the first skydiver to break the speed of sound by jumping from 128,000 feet in southeastern New Mexico.
He also set a record on the way up by rising 24 miles up in the air in a capsule attached to a large helium balloon before making the leap. The Austrian daredevil known as "Fearless Felix" traveled as fast as Mach 1.24 at one point, which is well past the speed of sound.
For the stunt, he wore a space suit, helmet and a parachute, and battled low temperatures, thin atmosphere and a possible loss of consciousness.
Paula Abdul will be sitting with the judges on Monday’s Dancing With the Stars. Len, Carrie Ann & Bruno rarely let anyone else on the panel, though Abdul is no stranger to the set. Her old show American Idol filmed on a nearby sound stage, and Paula told The Hollywood Reporter, “I've been sneaking into the show for years, and now I get to be a guest judge. It's a marriage made in dancing heaven."