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The remains of the shuttle Challenger have been found off the coast of Florida nearly 30 years after the disaster.


The remains of the shuttle Challenger have been found off the coast of Florida nearly 30 years after the disaster.

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NASA said divers found the six-meter object at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida, part of the American space shuttle Challenger. This information has been given on the website of the department.

In January 1986, the Challenger crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. The shuttle exploded 73 seconds after liftoff, killing the crew members. The cause of the disaster was the damage to the sealing ring of the accelerator during the launch, which led to the explosion of the fuel tank. At the time, the Challenger disaster was the worst disaster for the US space program.

An underwater film crew searching for World War II plane wreckage for a documentary film found the wreckage of the shuttle. The divers found the object to be modern, so they decided to contact NASA as the spacecraft was about to launch.

At the moment, NASA is considering what action they can take on the discovery.

Source: www.kp.ru

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