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Offline bolun

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Re: Challenger's Grave
« Reply #120 on: 01/29/2011 03:14 PM »
Challenger disaster's 25th anniversary

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12304748

On the 25th anniversary of the disaster, science reporter Paul Rincon looks back at the events which led up to the accident and its impact on human spaceflight.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12300227
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Re: Challenger's Grave
« Reply #121 on: 01/29/2011 11:37 PM »
I remember seeing the silo on a tour bus years ago.  Do you guys think something should be put on the silo that says this is where Challenger was put?  It's a blank silo with nothing on it. Unless the tour guide says something, no one knows.


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Re: Challenger's Grave
« Reply #122 on: 01/31/2011 12:58 PM »
It would be nice to at least see some kind of marker placed at the perimeter of the complex she's buried in. Hard enough to find as
it is. Hell, I work out here and just recently found it this past fall. Been looking for it in my spare time since I started working here.
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