On January 25, 1986, the Challenger space shuttle exploded from the cold weather. A teacher and other crew members lost their lives. No survivors. In honor of those brave people, the husbands and wives helped make centers called Challenger Center. Now it is all over the United States. Now we use a simulation of what real astronauts do.
I was part of the probe team in the space-craft first. I had a partner named shamefulcoud. Our other partner was in mission control first. My team’s responsibility was to make and send a probe to the moon. We had to listen clearly and find the right wires and plug it in. It was a lot of hard work. But it was worth it. The most important information we collected during the mission was the longitude and latitude. For me and Jackson, it was fun! The most difficult thing was to find the wires and plugging it in. There were a lot of wires!
What I would do if I had to fly again was this: I would listen more clearly and that would improve me. Next I would do is plug it in more. When I was in the space craft, the buttons weren’t blinking.