Space Shuttle First Flights: Mike Mullane (Don’t Eat Yellow Snow)

Space Shuttle Discovery’s flight in 1984 dumped an unexpected “payload” in orbit.

Space Shuttle Discovery Astronaut Mike Mullane
Space Shuttle Discovery Astronaut Mike Mullane

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