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Special podcast – Challenger 25 years later: Some of our thoughts and some of yours

28 Jan 2011, 01:37 UTC
Special podcast – Challenger 25 years later: Some of our thoughts and some of yours
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Where were you when Kennedy was shot? When MLK was shot? Reagan?
Where were you on 9/11?
25 years ago today, 7 brave people boarded the United States’ fairly new Space Shuttle. It was cold that morning in Florida. Very cold. But the Space Program looked forward. There was an excitement in the air.
This flight included one of us. Not a military pilot, but a teacher: Christa McAuliffe. The dreams of generations boarded that Shuttle with her. For the first time, American school children were given a direct connection with the space program. Someone who could have been their teacher, someone THEY knew was going to orbit the earth. She was to tell us what it was like through her eyes.
We present to your our thoughts and the thoughts of some guests in podcast form (click play in the player below to listen or subscribe)
Now, 25 years later we are remembering the first honest attempt to bring space just a little closer to Earth, to the public. Look at where we are now. Space is a lot more accessible. You don’t have to apply to engage in space exploration any more. That’s why that crew left the ...

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