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Panel Studies Feasibilty of Shuttle Rescue

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Panel Studies Feasibilty of Shuttle Rescue

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Panel Studies Feasibilty of Shuttle Rescue

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The Columbia Accident Investigation Board examines whether a rescue attempt could have been made had mission control had known there was a serious problem aboard the space shuttle Columbia, which broke up during re-entry on Feb. 1. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.

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