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Challenger: America's Space Tragedy

by: Michael D Cole
Recounts the tragic explosion that destroyed the Challenger space shuttle moments after liftoff, and discusses the investigation into the causes of the disaster.
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MAC-Challenger Space Shuttle Flight Simulation for the MACINTOSH

by: William Volk
This 1985 MAC-Challenger is an accurate simulation of the Orbiter's return through the earth's atmosphere. Your job as pilot is to bring the shuttle to a safe landing on the strip at Edwards Air Force Base or the Kennedy Space Center. This version of Mac-Challenger has been designed to work on both 128K and 512K Macintosh computers. Includes manual and 3.5" floppy disc.
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Seconds From Disaster - S03E12 - Space Shuttle Explosion Space Shuttle Challenger

Space Shuttle Challenger blasts off from Cape Canaveral to start the STS-51-L mission. Freezing weather leads to the O-rings in one of the field joints in a solid ...


Breaking News!; They're Alive!!! Challenger Space Shuttle Crew Safe and Employed! - Are the Crew Members of 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger Still Alive some ...

The 1986 Challenger Crew Conspiracy Theory

A look at the 2015 conspiracy theory regarding the 1986 Challenger Space Shuttle crew and the belief amongst conspiracy theorists that they are still alive today ...

Declassified Video of Challenger Space Shuttle Explosion NASA - STABILIZED

Challenger disaster It was a cold morning on Jan. 28, 1986, when Challenger was supposed to fly into space. Temperatures dipped below freezing. There were ...