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Challenger Explosion, Live Audience Reaction, 25th Anniversary
Spectators coming to enjoy and celebrate the Challenger launch, watch in utter disbelief and shock as the space shuttle explodes.
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I think the saddest part for me is seeing the Austronauts smile as they go to the shuttle and hearing everyone cheering; but then just a few moments later they explode and die with all family and friends watching :( makes me wanna cry.
You're seeing a zoomed in video using special equipment. They can only see it with their eyes. To them it's a tiny little spec and a small explosion. They didn't know what was going on.
The hardest thing to watch is Christa’s parents reaction go from joy to fear and confusion 😢
They all are staring at the explosion and they think its ok its just a boost but then they realise they all died........ its sad how joy can turn suddenly to greif and suffering.
Actually, at least some of them survived the explosion/disintegration only to be killed on impact. Awful way to die...
Christa McAuliffe's father didn't appear to comprehend at all what was going on, even after people started screaming and crying.
You wish you were from the future to tell them
This was a tragic and traumatic event for anyone who was a kid in 1986 since many of us got to see either the launch or the news coverage of the disaster live on TV at school. Back then, kids were really into Space Shuttle launches and landings, and people were excited about the first teacher in space. It's easy to see why people were confused at first. The launch looked like any other launch that we had seen. Everything looked normal...until you started seeing the plumes of smoke.
So sad when they’re sitting at the table happy with the little cake 😭😭
My dad had her as a teacher...
If my kid was up there, I could imagine myself standing there in disbelief until the next morning.
Their mission is to go to space but they ended up in heaven.
It is with deepest regret that I must inform you that Grace Corrigan (mother of school teacher Christa McAuliffe) passed away Friday night.
It should have been called off and cancelled completely until all issues were handled and temperatures rose!
D Mac's Opinion:
I was 10yrs old! And remember it like yesterday!!!! 😢 day
I wasn’t even born but I feel really bad for the astronauts parents...
I’m literally crying so hard right now
I was there watching the whole thing happening. We all knew that something was wrong, but then we had all seen the shuttle go up over and over again, so we knew what a launch was supposed to look like. The vast majority of the people in those stands had no idea what a launch was supposed to look like live, so they all fluctuated back and forth between uncertainty and disbelief. Within a minute of the disaster nearly everybody was crying or just staring.
The looks of the parents from joy to shock and disbelief are heartbreaking.
anyone watching after the spaxeX and nasa launch earlier today??
everytime i see that mothers reaction i want to cry.....a very sad day
I watched the movie about the engineers who built it, they told NASA not to launch.
The worst along with the Columbia flight in 2003. Watch the Netflix documentary. They never should have taken off. RIP to all.
They just had to get that teacher off the ground, even after being told to scrub the launch , so incredibly tragic
i was in the 4th grade when this happened, we watched it live and it was crazy. We learned about life and death that day.
i got a knot in my throat when i saw her parents there so happy!
I learned in Astronomy today there was a crack somewhere on it. And NASA knew about it but proceeded anyway. The Columbia explosion was also sad.
Too sad for words...
GLOW brought me here, still sad history, no disrespect intended
You wake up one morning, drive to work to go into space. eat , and see the last light of sun
It must have been horrifying to actually be there when it happened.
I feel bad for the teacher
My heart broke when I saw those little children cheering
Charlie Gerald jr:
I watched this in the 2nd grade and my teacher and the vice principal were in total shock for 5mins
Oh, how I miss Peter Jennings...
I can only imagine how the family, the children, the students watching this in person felt.. so tragic..
I miss Peter Jennings...
This still breaks my heart.
Doesn't actually show any reactions.
5:12 Now I know who taught Dubya the inappropriate grinning.
That was what i was thinking,poor people and their family :(
Tortuosit of Tapiola:
4:01 That guys reaction. "I couldn't speak"
I watched this... I was 6 years old. When this happened o_O
It seems it was yesterday when the challenger exploded.
Proverbs 3 Vs 34:
He mocks proud mockers but gives grace to the humble.
I tested up when they said her parents were in the audience and showed them. They were so proud of her and it ended it tragedy
3:36 :( :( Look how worried she was
These are heroes of humanity. Science doesn't care about nationality.
@lillin20 Mine,too. I was 9 going on 10 and I remember watching this is my 3rd-grade class.
Gary J Skadra:
I remember I was in a rehab my parents put me in at 15 for smoking pot & skipping school a lot. I and the other students & teacher started watching it after the news broke. Sad day 😞
I remember watching this live in grade school, too young to fully realize what just happened.
I couldn't imagine my elementary school teacher being killed in a way like that, and seeing it in person.
Oh My God.
I can't stop my tears. Man I am sad once again today.
Yes, keep talking- I'm curious to hear what you have to say
Waste of Life!
exactly. i almost did when they said those 18 kids were there to watch. :((
That's so sad
i was 8 years old and sneaking some tv when my mom took my brother to school down the road. i turned this on and called my other brother who was 13 to check out the space ship. then it blew up and we didn't understand. the shape of that explosion is locked in my memory forever. i remember feeling a strange sense of loss because minutes before i had seen the people get on the space shuttle smiling. then they were gone.
you're out of line, laughing at that.
1:02 and 15 years later...
@MrGrevy Then I guess you'd have to lose some weight to keep up.
@crazygeek4296 Heartbreaking. You could see them reacting for a second, and then perhaps thinking 'Maybe that's supposed to happen...'
@MrGrevy As if mexcrement and moon-crickets does?
They knew what they were getting into. I said, `Let em` crash`.
My mum and her family where watching this on TV when it happened
Zaine Ridling! OMG that is so true!!
@maisler hehehe spot on.
I was 5 when this happened damn i feel for all who was apart of this tragedy
This is heart breaking. :(
this was so sad, i was a child and i remember whatching this in the news in Italy
^I like this guy
34 years ago today an i still remember the horror like yesterday. It was like time stopped. They should have waited until later 😣
"an apple for the teacher" 😥
When this happens I really didn't get it I just went back to eating lunch lol
@552Industries XD that messed up
GOODBYE PROGRAM SPACE!
THEY WERE TO SPACE!
@richard20bris look up the definition of an explosion good sir.
I was just 10 yrs old when I saw it..but it’s something I’ll never forget. 😞
Watched it with Ms Garbels class Braddock Dr 😖
I was in 7th grade watching it live at Frick jr high in Oakland California
@552Industries You're bad XD
4:00 Zac Galifianakis
that part that sounds like "going throttle up" is the exact same sound clip from vigilante 8 2nd offense level at the nasa facility
A Space Shuttle explodes, and you think someone survived it? Lol
@TfiveR I agree. It's already a s$%t sandwich at that point; might as well take the risk.
@PretentiousHousefly ohh, this is so precious, one day this home video will be a treasure to your grand children
so sad i cant watch this
Just remember classrooms of 4th graders watched it blow up.
@savannahnights1 I know
I just farted so hard I went to the moon.
If I was watching that live, I would have instantly realized that it exploded when it did.
wait this is so sad they look so excited
This makes me mad that after several problems with the spacecraft they still send them up there. They should of never sent them up their in the first place.
The irony of the shuttle having a faulty fire detector.
Careful with those edges. You might cut someone.
imagine seeing your parents explode before your eyes ;-;
@APERFECTOOL1 LOL but low... Very low...
this was on my birthday