Trajectory: Milestones in Space Exploration – Episode 12: The Shuttle Program, The Challenger Disaster & Return to Space | Space Documentary
Today, although a cloud of satellites surrounds the planet, many records set during the early decades of space exploration remain unsurpassed. It’s more than forty years since the last man walked on the moon and the world no longer has a reusable spacecraft. Trajectory looks at milestones in space exploration along with the latest scientific and commercial developments.
– The Shuttle Program: The first re-useable spacecraft.
– The Challenger Disaster: Pressing launch schedules lead to carelessness and the loss of the Challenger.
– Return to Space: A re-designed shuttle is back in space with a redefined role.
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