Could the Crew of Columbia Have Been Rescued?

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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 29 days ago

This is a long video, so if you are in a rush...the answer is No. :squirrel:
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0 2. Kenuty commented 27 days ago

@1 yes they needed to bullshit a whole documentary to make $$
the obvious answer was no even if you didn't watch this video, because how do you rescue people in a space ship,
heading to space
at that speed
about to blow up and on fire
without people expecting that this sort of thing to happen due to the sheer work of making sure the rocket is precise and without error

but then again people think the planet is flat now or days so we can go ahead and toss common sense out the window.