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    • Nikola Zupan

      The Spaceship Columbia Disaster happened in 2003. The spaceship was a called a disaster because the ship burned after launching. All 7 crew members died. The spaceship parts never came back to Earth.

    • Thomas Blackman

      Space Shuttle Endeavor at California Science Center in LA.

    • Corine Ballard

      Take your Go!Sac Duffle with you anywhere- even outer space! Convenient, lightweight, and durable, aliens will be amazed! Shop https://GoSacBags.com! #space #travel #aliens #startrek #sciencefiction #science #starwars #stars #outerspace #duffle #teal

    • Bruce Craig

      A close-up camera view shows Space Shuttle Columbia as it lifts off from Launch Pad 39A on mission STS-107. Launch occurred on schedule at 10:39 EST Jan 16, 2003

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