It would have been nice if they could have released this a little earlier instead of waiting until there was only one Shuttle mission left, but hey, it's still pretty cool.
Using live shuttle data, a 3D model of NASA’s space shuttle is plotted in Google Earth to show its current position and trajectory.
Google Earth displays the world in 3D with satellite imagery, and you can also visualize geospatial data. The space shuttle trajectory - the path that the vehicle flies - is shown as a yellow line. It represents the path that the shuttle has flown so far. Mission events are shown as colored dots on the yellow line when and where they occurred. Examples of mission events include:
If you don't have Google Earth, what the hell is wrong with you? Download it immediately. Then click on the link above and open the "live groundtrack" link. Follow Endeavour's landing Wednesday morning at 2:35am, weather permitting.