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Christa McAuliffe - Teacher in Space - Women's History - About.com
Jan 28, 1986 ... Christa McAuliffe was a civilian mission specialist aboard the Challenger Space Shuttle, and died with the rest of the seven member crew when ...
51-L Challenger Crew Remains Transferred - Space/Astronomy
The Challenger crewmember remains are being transferred from 7 hearse vehicles to a MAC C-141 transport plane at the Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle ...
Space Shuttle Challenger Pictures - 20th Century History - About.com
A collection of pictures of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, including photos of the crew, icicles, launch, explosion, and collected debris.
51-L Challenger Crew in White Room - Space/Astronomy - About.com
Crew members of mission STS-51L stand in the White Room at Pad 39B following the end of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). From left to ...
The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster - A Closer Look at the ...
Over the next few months and years, the family members of the crew of shuttle Challenger flight 51L dealt with their grief. With the support of family and friends, ...
Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster Pictures Gallery - Space/Astronomy
These Challenger disaster pictures will bring back memories for those of us who ... Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster STS-51L Pictures - 51-L Flight Crew ...
Space Shuttle Challenger Crew Memorialized on Mars
Space Shuttle Challenger Crew Memorialized on Mars. NASA announced plans to name the landing site of the Mars Opportunity rover in honor of the Space ...
The STS 51-L Crew - Space/Astronomy - About.com
Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster STS-51L Pictures - The STS 51-L Crew -. Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster STS-51L Pictures - The STS 51-L Crew .
STS 51-L crew patch - Space/Astronomy - About.com
Members of the STS 51-L crew designed this patch which will represent their mission. The Challenger is depicted launching from Florida with a backdrop of ...
The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster - 20th Century History
As the world watched on TV, the Challenger soared into the sky and then, shockingly, exploded just 73 seconds after take-off. All seven members of the crew, ...