Prediction of Shuttle Problems Came True

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Richard Blomberg, who spent 15 years on NASA's Aerospace Safety Board, raised concerns nearly a year ago about the safety of future shuttle flights. The forecast now appears prescient, but Blomberg says he did not expect disaster to strike so soon. He speaks to NPR's Scott Simon.



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