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By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
January 29, 2009

Message from the Acting NASA Administrator – Day of Remembrance, Jan. 29, 2009
“It’s going to be a busy year for all of us, with missions that carry with them the considerable risk that is a part of our normal business. But they also carry great potential. We each have opportunities — every day — to remember through our actions, the courageous men and women who dedicated their lives to public service. With each mission and every challenge, we build upon their technical achievements, benefit from their discoveries, and tap into their bravery and spirit. I am honored to remember these members of the NASA family, and to work side by side with those in NASA and in our communities, to fulfill the vision of these extraordinary people, of living and working in space.”
NASA JSC Special: A Message From The Center Director: Memorials
NASA Glenn Research Center Pays Tribute to Fallen Astronauts
NASA Honors Fallen Colleagues During Day Of Remembrance
NASA’s Tribute
Cartoon at Red & Rover,
Arctic Memorials and Starship Yearnings, SpaceRef
Ancient Memorials for Modern Space Explorers, SpaceRef
Pictures From the Summit of Mt. Everest, Everest OnOrbit (honoring Shuttle, Apollo, and Soyuz crews)
Astronaut Scott Parazynski: Many Small Steps to the Summit of Mt. Everest, Everest OnOrbit (photo of this patch on Scott’s Everest summit parka)
This Week in History: Remembering Challenger and Apollo 1, To the center
Space history: Seventeen astronauts paid the ultimate price, Alamagordo Daily News
Jan. 27, 1967: 3 Astronauts Die in Capsule Fire, Wired

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