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Columbia STS-107 Never Forget

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Posted 10 years ago
columbia, sts, 107, space, shuttle, disaster, astronauts
Category: People & Blogs
Description: I made this video for the 7 astronauts..they died,but they'll live forever in our hearts.
Duration: 4 minutes and 19 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: SD
Published: July 09, 2007


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