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English: The crew of Space Shuttle mission STS-51-L pose for their official portrait on November 15, 1985. In the back row from left to right: Ellison S. Onizuka, Sharon Christa McAuliffe, Greg Jarvis, and Judy Resnik. In the front row from left to right: Michael J. Smith, Dick Scobee, and Ron McNair. All were killed when Space Shuttle Challenger blew apart 73 seconds after liftoff.
Français : L'équipe de la mission Space Shuttle STS-51-L posant pour son portrait officiel le 15 Novembre 1985. Derrière, de gauche à droite : Ellison S. Onizuka, Sharon Christa McAuliffe, Greg Jarvis, et Judy Resnik. Devant, de gauche à droite : Michael J. Smith, Dick Scobee, et Ron McNair.
Date 15 November 1985
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