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New Challenger Footage of the Day

The niece of a couple who retired to Florida primarily to attend space shuttle launches recently came across what could be called a national treasure — her father, Steven Virostek, captured the 1986 Challenger tragedy on home video. The rare footage, made public this week, begins with Steven’s wife, Hope, caught up in the excitement [...]
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