Rhea Seddon, currently featured in BCI’s quarterly consumer magazine, My Hometown Health, appears in Netflix’s new movie, Challenger: The Final Flight.

Rhea Seddon, one of the first six women astronauts accepted into Nasa, is featured in Netflix’s new movie, Challenger:  The Final Flight.  The four-part docuseries interviews engineers, officials, and the crew member’s families to provide their perspective on the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster and it’s aftermath.

Seddon was in the middle of her career as an astronaut when the space shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff on Jan. 28, 1986, killing all the crew aboard. 

Seddon is currently featured on the cover of My Hometown Health, BCI’s quarterly consumer magazine aimed at potential patients and the local community at large, where she discusses how the information she learned in the space program transitioned into the healthcare space. 

Watch the trailer for Challenger:  The Final Flight and learn more about My Hometown Health.

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