Could Challenger crew survive the explosion of their shuttle in 1986?

I know this story has been around for a while, but wanted to see what blog members thinks about the possibility of a false flag here. We all know that on January 28, 1986 NASA Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members. I still remember seeing the explosion on TV.

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Then, years later, we get an image like this.


A debunked (go figure) rumor says that they could have survived due to not actually being on the shuttle. At least 6 out of 7 were allegedly located by some super-vigilant individual non-believers. Of course they ended up being look-alikes, and name-alikes. Some ended up having identical twins and so on. Yet, why is there always a controversy with NASA?

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KD: What do you think, could this story have some merit?
 
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