Antares Rocket Explosion Destroyed These Kids' Science Projects

Students at schools in Houston, Texas, had their projects on the unmanned rocket that exploded.
1:29 | 10/29/14

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The lift off political wallop silent coastline. Seconds after and Terry's rocket went up an explosion panic set in for the many watching the explosion felt for violence. Really disappointing the all of our work off that plane. In Texas the girls a decent academy felt the disappointment on board that rocket nearly 49000 pounds of supplies and equipment headed to the ISS crew. And to plant growth and spearmint custom built by these fourth and eighth graders. We had to test the growth media that our pentagon island several different times other Houston schools also had X spear midst destined for space on in Terry's. Watching in Virginia students from Cristo Rey jesuit high sanity got an email from government friends' news. He send. The rocket blew. Can you believe this body international student crystal ball Ramirez said his class also had an important project on board. Hoping to gather data and advanced space life one day. Kind of plea if he did it something we've been breaking on all of yearlong. I did. God truly simulate Wednesday morning. Get out of the destruction these kids are learning still the challenges of space flight at what can go wrong when we go into the field of education when you become a teacher. You don't know when you're learning opportunities come about. But I know Susan and Kathy are gonna turn this into a learning opportunity at ground zero of the in Terry's crash site investigators tried to learn to. What happens and why.

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