Challenger explosion, 1986 U.S. space shuttle Challenger just seconds after its explosive destruction on January 28, 1986. (what made it different?) i need some good facts and information on the 1986 challenger space shuttle disaster? Effects? Challenger made seven landings at Edwards, the last at the conclusion of STS-61A on Nov. 6, 1985. The Challenger disaster grounded NASA's space shuttle program for nearly three years.
It successfully completed nine milestone missions during its nearly three years of service. Affects? (is it remembered?) also i need these answering, someone help? any help? The shuttle was named after the British naval research vessel HMS Challenger that sailed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans during the 1870s. For example, in 1983, space shuttle astronaut Sally Ride became the first U.S. woman in space as part of the Challenger crew. The space shuttle Challenger was the second shuttle to reach space, in April 1983. The accident, which occurred a little more than a minute after liftoff, killed the orbiter's seven-person crew, including the first teacher to be launched into space. Remembered? Challenger, the second in NASA's orbiter fleet, arrived at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., on July 1982. The space shuttle was engulfed in a cloud of fire just 73 seconds after liftoff, at an altitude of some 46,000 feet (14,000 meters). (was it a scary time?) if someone can answer this i will love you forever! (did it affect lots of people?
(were the effects far reaching?) The Challenger didn’t actually explode. Terrifying? how?) 1.