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Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by iwontrun
Yes there was. There were several large pieces of the fuselage that came out of the wreckage, including one that was identified on the camera as being the crew compartment.
Even without video of it, there is too much proof that they were alive and relatively well right up to impact with the water.
Originally posted by WhoDat09
Maybe a summary of that page I went there and that's a lot of reading! I wouldn't mind reading what it says I'd just like a small summary of it here to know whether I would read it ..... or not.
Originally posted by MrInquisitive
Something went wrong, the shuttle broke apart, but the crew capsule remained intact and then crashed in the Atlantic ocean, at which point it was pulverized but remained together because of wires. The crew were likely alive, awake and aware up until the moment of the crash at which point they died instantaneously -- and were likely bug splat.
Originally posted by wisper
I read the height they where at they would've passed out.....