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Shuttle Investigators Focus on Left Wing

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Shuttle Investigators Focus on Left Wing

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Shuttle Investigators Focus on Left Wing

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Shuttle Investigators Focus on Left Wing Engineers investigating the space shuttle Columbia accident narrow in on damage to the edge of the shuttle's left wing as the most likely cause of the accident. In Texas, search crews have found about 46,000 pieces of debris, but say only a small fraction has been reassembled at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Hear NPR's Richard Harris.

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