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PBS Newshour Extra: Space Shuttle Challenger Tragedy

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PBS Newshour commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Challenger Space Shuttle tragedy with an article that explores the repercussions of the disaster. Now that the space shuttle mission has been retired, it is instructive to review what happened after the Challenger explosion and where space travel goes from here. Included are a lesson plan, discussion questions, and a brief video.

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