Late-stage Gen X and elder Millennials especially can probably tell you where they were that fateful day when America tuned in for NASA’s historic shuttle launch… only to watch it explode 73 seconds after liftoff, killing all seven crew members on board. Executive produced by J. J.
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Abrams and Glen Zipper, the upcoming four-part documentary series promises to look at the "fatally flawed decision process" that led to the explosion, as well as the crew members we lost that day.
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The docuseries will look at the "fatally flawed decision process" that led to the Challenger explosionhttps://t.co/ykf2sPKkwM— Mashable (@mashable) September 2, 2020