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NASA Culture and Columbia's Probe
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NASA Culture and Columbia's Probe

NASA Culture and Columbia's Probe

NASA Culture and Columbia's Probe
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It's been nearly a month since the space shuttle Columbia broke up over Texas. NPR's Richard Harris reports on what has emerged in that time about the possible causes of the disaster, and also about the agency's safety culture, staffing difficulties, contractor relationships, and budget problems.

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