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Original pages from Ilan Ramon's diary are on display at the Israel Museum

The diary was discovered during the search for the remains of the ferry about two months after the disaster and was recovered in the Israel Police MZP laboratories

Ilan Ramon
Ilan Ramon
Pages from the diary of astronaut Ilan Ramon, who was killed in the Columbia disaster on February 1, 2003, will be displayed starting this week for the first time at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. 37 pages from the diary survived a fall from a height of about 60 kilometers, and they were found wet and crumpled in a field near the town of Palestine in Texas. Yigal Zalmona, the curator of the museum, told the media that the diary survived the immense heat of the explosion, the cold of the atmosphere at high altitude, and when it landed on the ground it was attacked by micro-organisms and insects in the field where it fell. The pages will be displayed as part of the country's 1994th celebrations, alongside the original copy of the Declaration of Independence, the peace treaty with Jordan from XNUMX and a print of the Peace Song stained with Yitzhak Rabin's blood. Remains of Ilan Ramon's diary were found

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  1. The truth is that Ilan Ramon and Asaf Ramon are dead...
    But poor people...
    I want to know more about Assaf and Ilan!!!
    I'm searching on Google!!!

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