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Ten Tough Days for NASA
U.S. Astronaut (Ret.); Author of The Ordinary Spaceman; ISS an...
As we close-to-NASA folk pause to reflect on the Apollo 1 fire (Jan. 27, 1967), the
disaster (Jan. 28, 1986), and the
tragedy (Feb. 1, 2003) -- I took some time to reflect on whether we as a nation learned anything from these tragedies.
Space Shuttle Disaster Marks Major Anniversary
Writer and blogger, grahamscrackers.com
President Reagan spoke about the sacrifice of the
crew and promised that they would never be forgotten; that the exploration of space would continue. Yet I don't believe that the lethargic careful dipping of our toes into the interstellar ocean is paying tribute to them.
PHOTOS: Apollo 1 Tragedy Recalled 45 Years Later
In Memoriam -- A Rededication to Space
Apollo 11 Moonwalker
In the present uncertainties of the space program, a great transitional opportunity exists. As we reflect back upon the tragic loss of Challenger, we must rise to the challenge in the spirit of those who have so bravely shown the way forward.
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