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File:STS-51L riadiace stredisko.jpg

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English: Mission Control following announcement that STS 51-L launch phase was not proceeding nominally: Flight Directors Jay H. Greene (right) and Alan L. (Lee) Briscoe study data on monitors at their consoles in the flight control room (FCR) of JSC Mission Control Centre.
Slovenčina: STS-51-L - riadiace stredisko po deštrukcii
Date 28 January 1986
Source NASA JSC Digital Image Collection photo id STS51L(S)002
Author NASA
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