Investigating The Crash Of Twa Flight

Right now, investigators are collecting the wreckage of TWA Flight 800 in order to piece together what might have caused the 747 to explode in mid-air. In this hour of Science Friday, we'll examine the possibilities and learn how disaster detectives unravel such mysteries. Guests: John Nielsen Correspondent National Public Radio Washington, D.C. Lee Dickinsen Former Board Member National Transportation Safety Board Director Failure Analysis Associates, Inc. Alexandria, Va. Hubert "Skip" Smith Director Undergraduate Studies in Aerospace Engineering Penn State University University Park, Pa. TBA Engineer Oceaneering Advanced Technologies, Inc. Upper Marlboro, Md. Listeners call in

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