Space Shuttle Columbia

Ten years ago today, NASA mission STS-107 ended in tragedy as the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated on re-entry in the skies over Texas.

rest in peace
Commander: Col. Rick D. Husband (USAF)
Pilot: Cdr. William C. McCool (USN)
Payload Commander: Lt. Col. Michael P. Anderson (USAF)
Payload Specialist: Col. Ilan Ramon (IAF)
Mission Specialist: Kalpana Chawla
Mission Specialist: Cpt. David M. Brown (USN)
Mission Specialist: Laurel Blair Salton Clark

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2 thoughts on “Space Shuttle Columbia

  1. I live in the Dallas Fort Worth area and something woke me up that morning, but I was not sure what it was. I turned on the news (not something I normally do on a Saturday), then took my dog outside. When I came back in, I heard the reports on the TV. I remember that just as clearly as I remember where I was when I heard about the Challenger explosion.

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