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NPR's Richard Harris reports that NASA is still coming to grips with the decisions made prior to the Columbia shuttle disaster about the now infamous falling debris at liftoff. Tuesday, the leader of Columbia's mission management team Linda Ham explained why the event didn't get more attention.