Investigators: NASA Needs Culture Shift The government committee investigating the Feb. 1 space shuttle Columbia disaster says failures in NASA's culture need to be addressed. Investigators ask why a loose piece of foam insulation, now thought responsible for the crash, was not considered a threat. NPR's Richard Harris reports.
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Investigators: NASA Needs Culture Shift

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Investigators: NASA Needs Culture Shift

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Investigators: NASA Needs Culture Shift

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The government committee investigating the Feb. 1 space shuttle Columbia disaster says failures in NASA's culture need to be addressed. Investigators ask why a loose piece of foam insulation, now thought responsible for the crash, was not considered a threat. NPR's Richard Harris reports.

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