The Challenger Poster in Peter’s Dream
I thought I would do a quick post, just about the poster in Peter’s dream. I will delve into the actual implications of the dream itself in a different post, but for now, this is what I found…
In the 20th century, space was opened to mankind. Exactly in this century, people began to deeply explore it, because during this period humanity made the first flight into space and successfully returned from there. About the history of space exploration, you can order an essay at https://order-essays.com
This is according to the website: Chronology of Human Space Exploration Part 6: 1975 – 1984:
February 3 – 11, 1984 — STS 41-B; Challenger; crewed by Vance D. Brand, Robert L. “Hoot” Gibson, Bruce McCandless II, Robert L. Stewart, and Ronald E. McNair; carried Westar VI, Palapa B-2 and SPAS-2 recoverable satellite; first test of Manned Maneuvering Unit. (USA)
February 8 – October 2, 1984 – Soyuz T-10; crewed by Leonid Kizim, Vladimir Solovyov, and Oleg Atkov; mission to Salyut-7; crew returned in Soyuz T-11 spacecraft.
February 21, 1984 — Progress 19; unmanned resupply mission to Salyut-7. (USSR)
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