#9438311, By X201 Random science stories that don't warrant their own threads thread

  • X201 13 Mar 2013 18:56:13 18,396 posts
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    Heads up.

    BBC 2 & BBC HD Monday 18 March.

    "When the space shuttle Challenger blew up in 1986, it was the most shocking event in the history of American spaceflight. The deaths of seven astronauts, including the first teacher in space Christa McAuliffe, were watched live on television by millions of viewers. But what was more shocking was that the cause of the disaster might never be uncovered. The Challenger is the story of how Richard Feynman, one of America's most famous scientists, helped to discover the cause of a tragedy that stunned America."
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