After the blast, the remains of the shuttle exploded in the Pacific Ocean.
It took more than five hours to reach land.
The explosion shook the atmosphere of the Earth and the surrounding seas and oceans, causing widespread shaking, damage and destruction.
This was a very big event and we’ll all be talking about it for the rest of our lives, the prime minister said.
But the blast is unlikely to be a major source of damage to the planet.
The blast, which happened on December 31, 1989, killed all on board the space shuttle Atlantis.
Atlantis was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida and had just departed Earth orbit.
The shuttle’s fuel tanks were ruptured during a test flight, sending the space capsule into orbit, carrying food, medical supplies and supplies for astronauts on other missions.
This time, the shuttle was in the midst of a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) when it exploded.
The accident occurred just days before the first manned mission to reach the ISS was scheduled to begin in January 2021.
It was not clear exactly when the accident occurred.
There were several theories as to what caused the accident.
Some blamed a failure in the rocket motors, others blamed an electromagnetic anomaly in the upper stage, while others blamed a leak in the tank itself.
The cause of the explosion is not known.
The first known explosion on the moon happened in 1968.
The lunar landing, which took place in 1969, was the first attempt to land astronauts on the surface of the moon.
The mission lasted for three hours, with a total of 10,500 people aboard the spacecraft.
The space shuttle was not carrying any food or medical supplies.
It landed safely in the Marshall Islands, about 200km from where the explosion occurred.
The US space agency, NASA, has been working on ways to reuse the shuttle’s reusable parts and parts made of titanium, aluminum and carbon nanotubes.
It is currently building a test module to be used on the space station.
The test module will be used to test the new materials that the space agency hopes will eventually be used for the shuttle.