Each January, we pause to honor members of the NASA family who lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery, including the crews of Apollo 1 and space shuttles Challenger and Columbia. In 2021, the Day of Remembrance was observed on Jan. 28, the 35th anniversary of the Challenger tragedy. #NASARemembers: Apollo 1 Roger Chaffee Gus Grissom Ed White STS-51L Challenger Christa McAuliffe Ron McNair Ellison Onizuka Judy Resnik Dick Scobee Michael Smith Gregory Jarvis STS-107 Columbia Michael Anderson David Brown Kalpana Chawla Laurel Blair Salton Clark Rick Husband Willie McCool Ilan Ramon Image Credit: NASA #NASA #Remembering #Heroes #Astronauts #AdAstra
Space Shuttle on its way, view from above
Static Time-lapse of the Milky Way, Demonstrates Earth's rotation through space
35 years ago today, the space shuttle Challenger and all seven crew members aboard were lost. On this Day of Remembrance, we honor the Challenger crew and all who gave their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery: https://t.co/9qEnFCzLSv #NASARemembers https://t.co/652yHJ1qmq
The shuttle catching a ride.
Aurora Borealis over Kingdom of Sweden in January 2021. Photographer: Chad Blakley [1200 x 800] [OS]
Engine Test for NASA Artemis Moon Rocket
Michael Sheetz on Twitter- "The DOJ is investigating SpaceX over whether it engages in "any pattern or practice of discrimination" in its hiring after a complaint last year."