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Challenger Collection

Background imageChallenger Collection: The German Emperor's Yacht 'Meteor', late 'Thistle', 1891. Creator: Unknown

The German Emperor's Yacht "Meteor", late "Thistle", 1891. Creator: Unknown
The German Emperor's Yacht "Meteor", late "Thistle", 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageChallenger Collection: The Race for the America's Cup - The Cambria Rounding Sandy Hook, 1870 (1891). Creator: Unknown

The Race for the America's Cup - The Cambria Rounding Sandy Hook, 1870 (1891). Creator: Unknown
The Race for the America's Cup - The Cambria Rounding Sandy Hook, 1870 (1891). From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageChallenger Collection: NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1983. Creator: Unknown

NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1983. Creator: Unknown
NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1983. This set of items constitute the NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Dr. Sally K. Ride after her first space flight aboard STS-7 in 1983

Background imageChallenger Collection: Railroad yards, Kearney, Nebraska, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Railroad yards, Kearney, Nebraska, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Railroad yards, Kearney, Nebraska. Overland train passengers go back to their cars after ten minute train stop on trip between San Francisco and Chicago

Background imageChallenger Collection: Brakeman on the Challenger, Nevada, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Brakeman on the Challenger, Nevada, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Brakeman on the Challenger. Nevada

Background imageChallenger Collection: The 'Challenger', Grand Island, Nebraska, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange

The "Challenger", Grand Island, Nebraska, 1939. Creator: Dorothea Lange
The " Challenger." Grand Island, Nebraska

Background imageChallenger Collection: STS-7 Medallion owned by Sally Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Robbins Co

STS-7 Medallion owned by Sally Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Robbins Co
STS-7 Medallion owned by Sally Ride, ca. 1983. This numbered STS-7 Robbins medallion was owned by Dr. Sally K. Ride. STS-7 was historic for making Ride the first American woman in space

Background imageChallenger Collection: National Air and Space Museum STS-7 Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1980s

National Air and Space Museum STS-7 Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1980s. This medal was awarded to Dr. Sally K. Ride by the Smithsonian National Air

Background imageChallenger Collection: Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft

Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Creator: Qual-Craft
Flight jacket belonging to Sally K. Ride, ca. 1983. Dr. Sally K. Ride became the first American woman in space when she flew on the STS-7 shuttle mission in 1983

Background imageChallenger Collection: NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1987. Creator: Unknown

NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1987. Creator: Unknown
NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1987. This NASA Outstanding Leadership medal and its accessories were awarded to Dr. Sally K. Ride on August 13, 1987

Background imageChallenger Collection: Orbiter Challenger on launch pad, Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island, Florida, USA, 1980s

Orbiter Challenger on launch pad, Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island, Florida, USA, 1980s. The Space Shuttle Challenger was the second orbiter of NASAs space shuttle programme

Background imageChallenger Collection: Earth from space - the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, seen from the Space Shuttle, 1983

Earth from space - the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, seen from the Space Shuttle, 1983
Earth from space - the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, seen from Space Shuttle, 1983. STS-8 was the eighth NASA Space Shuttle mission, and the third flight of the Space Shuttle Challenger

Background imageChallenger Collection: As The Lion Charged, 1902, (1903). Artist: Stanley Llewellyn Wood

As The Lion Charged, 1902, (1903). Artist: Stanley Llewellyn Wood
As The Lion Charged, 1902, (1903). As The Lion Charged, Its Challenger, After Making One Stab At It With His Assegai, Was Dashed To The Ground

Background imageChallenger Collection: The Shamrock and the Columbia racing for the Americas Cup, 1899 (1906)

The Shamrock and the Columbia racing for the Americas Cup, 1899 (1906). The New York Yacht Clubs Columbia, backed by J P Morgan, defeated the Royal Ulster Yacht Clubs challenger Shamrock


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