Every shuttle launch, simultaneously


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An evening pause: A special evening pause, to remember what happened on this date 32 years ago. Despite the many successes shown here, there of course is one that stands out for different and tragic reasons.

Hat tip Wayne DeVette.

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  • Michael Dean Miller

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    Cool.

    Glad you showed Challenger. An unpleasant yet vital reminder that the Future has its costs

    God Speed to all the Astronauts, Cosmonauts and Taikonauts with brass enough to Ride Fire.
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  • Ted

    Without the Shuttle there would be no Hubble, no ISS and how many countless other missions would not have launched? It wasn’t perfect, we lost some wonderful people, brave people – true hero’s of our time.

    With Falcon Heavy coming on-line soon I am sure many more innovative space probes will be dreamed of, built and sent into space.

    This tribute comes only a few days after John Young made his final voyage – one of the first two astronauts to pilot a shuttle.

  • Frank

    Science, technology and art. This is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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