You’ve no doubt seen the explosion that killed all seven on board. But now there’s a new vantage point, never before seen publicly. If you can, travel back to January 1986 and watch this rare footage of the disaster.
Over the weekend, Axl Rose did his first television interview in nearly a decade — it was his first media interview of any kind within the last five years. Wait, what’s this about the Challenger explosion?
Twenty-five years ago today, on January 28th, 1986, Space Shuttle Challenger lifted off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Just 73 seconds later, Challenger broke apart, killing all seven members on board.