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  • MinnieSeaWright

    The Spaceshuttle "Challenger" disaster. 28.1.1986

  • Noel Ciano

    The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster of January 28, 1986 ~ I remember exactly where I was and what I was you? I so remember this day. I'll never forget it.

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    Space History Photo: On January 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger and its seven-member crew were tragically lost when a ruptured O-ring in the right Solid Rocket Booster caused an explosion soon after launch. This photograph, taken a few seconds after the accident, shows the Space Shuttle Main Engines and Solid Rocket Booster exhaust plumes entwined around a ball of gas from the External Tank.

  • Matt Goldman

    Childhood memory

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The Challenger explodes live on TV. What they didn't tell you is that some of the astronauts were alive 20 minutes after the explosion.