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We all remember this sight. Space Shuttle "Challenger" explosion on Take Off. January This awful catastrophe was one of the worst things I've ever seen in the sky. Cosmos, Challenger Explosion, Space Shuttle Challenger, Challenger Space, Challenger 1986, Aliens, Photo Voyage, Outer Space, Interstellar

Boom! Indian space scientists watch in horror as rocket explodes minutes after take-off

A stunned Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) did not give the reason for the blast in the sky but an officer told IANS that there was a fault in the second stage of the launch.

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The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster | Shapell

Christa McAuliffe along with the rest of the space shuttle Challenger crew met their cruel fate on January 28, 1986. Read Christa's letter about her excitement to be joining Dick Scobee, Judith Reznik, Gregory Jarvis and the other crew members of the Challenger.

How record-setting cold contributed to the space shuttle Challenger disaster on Jan. The chilly morning of Jan. ended in disaster as the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart off the coast of Florida in one of the worst tragedies in the history of NASA. Oral History, Nasa History, History Class, History Books, History Facts, Family History, Space Shuttle Disasters, Space Disasters, Space Shuttle

Jan. 28, 1986 — Space Shuttle Challenger disaster

The Space Shuttle Challenger explodes shortly after lifting off from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1986. All seven crew members died in the explosion, which was blamed on faulty O-rings in the shuttle's booster rockets.

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CBS Space News: STS-51L

CBS Space News: STS-51L- Almost simultaneously, Challenger, traveling faster than sound, broke apart after being subjected to aerodynamic forces it was not designed to withstand. The ship's crew cabin broke away from the rest of the shuttle and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean at more than 200 mph.

It broke up! The shuttle broke up! Remembering Columbia is part of Space nasa CBS News& William Harwood offers firsthand account of the space shuttle Columbia disaster on its anniversary - Space Disasters, Astronauts In Space, Nasa Astronauts, Apollo Moon Missions, Nasa Rocket, Nasa Engineer, Space Shuttle Missions, Nasa Space Program, Photo Voyage

"It broke up! The shuttle broke up!": Remembering Columbia

CBS News' William Harwood offers first-hand account of the space shuttle Columbia disaster on its 10th anniversary

Space shuttle Columbia lost February 2003 Sad but I thought worthy to include. May the crew forever R. Space Disasters, Space Shuttle Challenger, Nasa Space Program, Time Magazine, Magazine Covers, Space Photography, Space Race, Space And Astronomy, Space Exploration

Journey Into Space (Dec. 8, 1952) | TIME and Space: A Lofty History of Space Exploration on TIME Magazine’s Covers | TIME.com

After Sunday's eagerly-awaited landing of NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars, space exploration again is the cover subject of this week's issue of TIME magazine. Our editors have a soaring history of covering the space race.

'It was better for them to die unexpectedly': NASA expert reveals Columbia shuttle crew were not told of problem with re-entry as families mark anniversary Flight 93 Memorial, Space Lab, Space Shuttle Challenger, Johnson Space Center, Space And Astronomy, Nasa Space, Photo Voyage, Space Launch, Kennedy Space Center

'It was better for them to die unexpectedly': NASA expert reveals Columbia shuttle crew were not told of problem with re-entry as families mark 10-year anniversary

The seven astronauts who died on February 1, 2003 will be remembered at a public memorial service this Friday at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.

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Hubble’s Contribution To Modern Astronomy

Celestial World. Hubble's Contribution To Modern Astronomy. Two of the most recognizable symbols of science are the telescope and the microscope. Everyone, whether interested in astronomy or not, has heard of the

ICONIC PHOTOS - Just 73 seconds after liftoff, the Space Shuttle Challenger explodes in a horrifying cloud of smoke and debris on Jan. Seven crew members on board died. The cause was later blamed on a failed O-ring on a solid rocket booster Famous Pictures, Life Pictures, Space Shuttle Challenger, Iconic Photos, Interesting History, Space Travel, Space Exploration, To Infinity And Beyond, Space Shuttle

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ICONIC PHOTOS - Just 73 seconds after liftoff, the Space Shuttle Challenger explodes in a horrifying cloud of smoke and debris on Jan. Seven crew members on board died. The cause was later blamed on a failed O-ring on a solid rocket booster Famous Pictures, Life Pictures, Space Shuttle Challenger, Iconic Photos, Interesting History, Space Travel, Space Exploration, To Infinity And Beyond, Space Shuttle

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Cape Canaveral, FL- Concord, New Hampshire teacher Christa McAuliffe and fellow crew member Judy Resnik have their hair blown by the over twenty-five knot winds on launch pad as they meet the media after a dress rehearsal countdown. Space Shuttle Disasters, Space Disasters, Christa Mcauliffe, Space Shuttle Challenger, Cape Canaveral, Launch Pad, Nasa Astronauts, Earth From Space, Space And Astronomy

1/8/1986- Cape Canaveral, FL- Concord, New Hampshire teacher Christa...

1/8/1986- Cape Canaveral, FL- Concord, New Hampshire teacher Christa McAuliffe and fellow crew member Judy Resnik have their hair blown by the over twenty-five knot winds on launch pad 39B as they...

The First Space Shuttle Mission, April years ago on April the Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia launched as part of the first Space Shuttle mission, with the crew consisting of mission commander John Young and. First Space Shuttle, Space Shuttle Missions, Nasa Photos, Nasa Images, Space Disasters, Space Rocket Launch, Nasa Space Program, Nasa Iss, Astronomy

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todaysdocument: “ The Space Shuttle Columbia and its seven member crew were lost 10 years ago, on February 1, 2003. • The space shuttle orbiter Columbia is launched for the first space transportation...

STS6 Mission Patch 6th Space Shuttle Mission1st Flight of Challenger Crew:Paul J. Weitz, CommanderKarol J. Bobko, PilotDonald H. Peterson, Mission SpecialistF. Story Musgrave, Mission Specialist The primary payload, NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-1 (TDRS-1) was deployed. A malfunction of the satellite's Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) booster resulted in placement of the craft in an improper but stable orbit. Space Shuttle Missions, Nasa Missions, Space Projects, Space Crafts, Man Cave Ceiling Ideas, Story Musgrave, Space Disasters, Challenger Crew, Space Patch

STS6 Mission Patch 6th Space Shuttle Mission1st Flight of Challenger Crew:Paul J. Weitz, CommanderKarol J. Bobko, PilotDonald H. Peterson, Mission SpecialistF. Story Musgrave, Mission Specialist The primary payload, NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-1 (TDRS-1) was deployed. A malfunction of the satellite's Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) booster resulted in placement of the craft in an improper but stable orbit.