Top 10 Saddest Space Flight Disasters

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Unfortunately, there have been a number of horrific disasters of the space program. Between the explosions of the Challenge and Columbia space shuttles and the tragic deaths of the Apollo 1 astronauts in America, and the explosion of the Vostok-2M rocket and the deaths of the Soyuz 11 cosmonauts for the USSR, history’s worst space disasters have left a black mark on the space program. WatchMojo counts down ten of the most devastating space flight disasters ever.

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00:41 #10: Death of Valentin Bondarenko – March 23, 1961
01:24 #9: VSS Enterprise Crash – October 31, 2014
02:20 #8: Michael J. Adams – November 15, 1967
03:11 #7: Intelsat-708 – February 15, 1996
03:52 #6: Apollo 1 – January 27, 1967
04:53 #5: Vostok-2M Rocket Explosion – March 18, 1980
05:35 #4: Soyuz 11 – June 30, 1971
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11 thoughts on “Top 10 Saddest Space Flight Disasters

  1. Don’t think the “honorable or in this case dishonorable mentions” was right
    all these people were honourable, how they died was honourable. the pursuit
    of space is a honourable mission!

  2. I was born on the day the Challenger exploded. AKA the day I’m writing
    this. It occurred right when I was born.

  3. there is a bit of false information in this video, both NASA and the crew
    of STS-107, were aware of the breach in the underside but NASA had informed
    the crew that re-entry was still safe.

  4. I remember back around summer of 2015, that I was about to go to the space
    center in Florida, and my family decided not to go because we heard a
    rocket exploded there.

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