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Topic:1/25: 2018 NASA's Day of Remembrance
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Robert PearlmanNASA photos (more here) (Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot addresses employees and members of the public at the Space Shuttle Columbia and Challenger Memorials during a wreath laying ceremony during NASA's Day of Remembrance, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018, Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Wreaths were laid in memory of those men and women who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration.

Kristy Carroll, family friend of the late space shuttle Columbia astronaut William McCool, and acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot lay a wreath at the Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial.

Mike Oldak, Resnik Family member, left, Chuck Resnik, brother of the late space shuttle Challenger astronaut Judy Resnik, Amy Resnik, sister-in-law of the late Judy Resnik and acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot, right, are seen after laying a wreath at the Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial.

Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot, NASA employees, and members of the public bow their heads at the graves of Apollo 1 crew members.

The graves of Apollo 1 crew members, Virgil Grissom, left, and Roger Chaffee.

Robert PearlmanNASA Johnson Space Center photos
Today NASA remembers the men and women lost in the nation's space exploration program by celebrating their lives, their bravery and advancements in human spaceflight. We honored the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger and Columbia with a moment of silence and a T-38 flyover during a ceremony at our center this morning.

Robert PearlmanNASA Kennedy Space Center photos (Credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett)
Astronauts Memorial Foundation Board Chair Eileen Collins, a former space shuttle commander, speaks during this year's Day of Remembrance ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Beth Williams, widow of NASA astronaut Clifton Williams, speaks.

Karen Stevenson, daughter of astronaut Charles Bassett, speaks.

Sally Kneuven, daughter of NASA astronaut Elliot See, speaks.

Robert PearlmanNASA Kennedy Space Center photos (Credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett)
Brent Adams, son of U.S. Air Force astronaut Mike Adams, speaks.

Tal Ramon, son of STS-107 Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon, performs two selections from his latest record.

Family members of astronauts honored on the Space Mirror Memorial participate in the Day of Remembrance ceremony at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

State Sen. Thad Altman, president and CEO of the Astronauts Memorial Foundation, Therrin Protze, chief operating officer of Delaware North, and Center Director Bob Cabana place a wreath at the Space Mirror Memorial.

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