Shuttle Columbia Investigation N-P-R's Richard Harris reports investigators of the space shuttle Columbia crash are trying to figure out how to reduce human error in the risky business of space travel. At a hearing of the investigation board yesterday, former astronaut Sally Ride said there's a danger NASA officials ignore risks because they have not caused a catastrophe.
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N-P-R's Richard Harris reports investigators of the space shuttle Columbia crash are trying to figure out how to reduce human error in the risky business of space travel. At a hearing of the investigation board yesterday, former astronaut Sally Ride said there's a danger NASA officials ignore risks because they have not caused a catastrophe.