Today in History
February 07, 1984
Astronauts Bruce McCandless and Robert Seward untie their lifelines and become the first to experience a non-tethered space walk. "It may have been one small step for Neil, but it's a heck of a big leap for me," McCandless said after floating more than 300 feet from the Challenger spaceship.
Today's Feature History Article
The image of Bruce McCandless' spacewalk two decades ago still amazes. It was the first untethered walk everand was among the last
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