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Description Camera D-67 shows grey smoke near the aft attach strut on the right SRB. Photo courtesy NASA.
  • Source: NASA
  • Photo ID: STS51L-10144
  • Program: Shuttle
  • Mission: STS-51L
  • Date Taken: 1986-01-28
  • Film Type: 35mm
  • Title: Liftoff of the Shuttle Challenger for STS 51-L mission
  • Description: Close-up view of the Liftoff of the Shuttle Challenger for STS 51-L mission taken from camersite 39B-2/T3. Kennedy Space Centre alternative photo numbers are 108-KSC-386C-774/36 and 40

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Date 1986
Source NASA
Author NASA
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