Here’s new amateur video of the 1986 Challenger disaster, which killed all seven crew onboard.
Bob Karman of Hicksville, New York, whose daughter now works for the New Scientist magazine found the video and uploaded it.
A new amateur video of the 1986 Challenger disaster has surfaced, more than 25 years after the space shuttle broke up mid-flight, killing all seven crew onboard.
I’m not sure how footage of one of the nation’s saddest tragedies is kept a secret for 26 years. Next week we hope to bring you a new video of Abraham Lincoln being shot.
I like how calm everyone is as the spaceship explodes into pieces. This reminds me, I should check how my Eastern Airlines stock is doing these days.
What everybody else saw.