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Bill Ingalls, NASA via Getty Images
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NASA Remembers Fallen Astronauts

They would be good with the fact that we didn't quit after their loss," Sieck said, referring to the 17 astronauts. "We continued on."
Retired shuttle launch director Bob Sieck said the U.S. astronauts who died in the Apollo 1 launch pad fire and in the Challenger and Columbia space shuttle accidents would appreciate that the nation didn't give up on exploring space after those tragedies.

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