NASA Remembers Apollo 1, Challenger, Columbia Astronauts

Credit: Chuck Resnik, brother of Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut Judith Resnik, left, and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, right, visit the Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery: NASA TV
HOUSTON – On Earth and in space, NASA’s nationwide work force paused on Jan. 28 to mark the space agency’s annual Day of Remembrance, a tribute to the 17 astronauts and the families of those who perished in three tragedies. Among them were the five men and two women lost 30 years ago to the day...

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