Thursday, February 4, 2010
New Amateur Video Reveals Sheer Devastation Of Challenger Explosion
From The Daily Mail:
An amateur video of the Challenger explosion has resurfaced, 24 years after the tragedy.
The four-minute film, shot by optometrist Jack Moss, brings an entirely new perspective to the terrible event which killed a team of seven, including science teacher Christa McAuliffe, who had been chosen by NASA to become the first civilian in space.
In the tape shot from his back garden in Winter Haven Florida in 1986, Moss watches the launch with his wife and neighbour before the group noticed something was wrong.
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