Space Shuttle Debris Host Michele Norris talks with NPR's Debbie Elliott from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, where an independent board appointed by NASA began its investigation of the shuttle disaster today. Debris from Columbia will be taken to the base for scrutiny.
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Host Michele Norris talks with NPR's Debbie Elliott from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, where an independent board appointed by NASA began its investigation of the shuttle disaster today. Debris from Columbia will be taken to the base for scrutiny.

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