The Challenger Seven (90096VE)

The Challenger Seven (90096VE)

Film: 90096VE The Challenger Seven (Paulsen) | Music: The Challenger Seven (Gibson)

The beginning of this film contains footage of the Challenger explosion in addition to audio from NASA; this part can be skipped by fast forwarding to the end of the first green countdown bar in the score.

At the end of this first countdown bar, Reagan’s speech begins. At the end of the second, the band starts playing and the score begins moving.

This film also contains audio from Ronald Reagan’s speech after the launch. This audio can be muted using the Mixer in Muséik.

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