Columbia Accident Report

On Feb. 1, the space shuttle Columbia broke up in the early morning sky on its return to Earth. This week, an independent group of experts releases the results of a seven-month investigation to find out why. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to review the lessons learned from the Columbia tragedy.

Guests:

Richard Harris
*NPR Science Reporter

Harold Gehman
*Chairman of Columbia Accident Investigation Board
*Retired Navy Admiral

Douglas Osheroff
*Member, Columbia Accident Investigation Board
*Professor of physics and applied physics at Stanford University
*Winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in physics, with two colleagues

Mae Jemison
*Former shuttle astronaut

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