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PHOTO: In memory of Christa

Bracelots, a crayon and an apple were seen on top of the headstone at Christa McAuliffe's gravesite at Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord on Tuesday, January 28, 2014. McAuliffe, a teacher at Concord High School, was one of seven aboard the space shuttle Challenger which broke apart after the external fuel tank collapsed releasing a mixture of liquid propellants that ignited following the launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on January 28, 1986. A line on her headstone reads, "America's first ordinary citizen to venture toward space."

(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

Bracelots, a crayon and an apple were seen on top of the headstone at Christa McAuliffe's gravesite at Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord on Tuesday, January 28, 2014. McAuliffe, a teacher at Concord High School, was one of seven aboard the space shuttle Challenger which broke apart after the external fuel tank collapsed releasing a mixture of liquid propellants that ignited following the launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on January 28, 1986. A line on her headstone reads, "America's first ordinary citizen to venture toward space." (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

Bracelets, a crayon and an apple were seen on top of the headstone at Christa McAuliffe’s gravesite at Blossom Hill Cemetery in Concord on Tuesday, January 28, 2014. McAuliffe, a teacher at Concord High School, was one of seven aboard the space shuttle Challenger which broke apart after the external fuel tank collapsed releasing a mixture of liquid propellants that ignited following the launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on January 28, 1986. A line on her headstone reads, “America’s first ordinary citizen to venture toward space.”

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