Shuttle Accident Panel Issues Recommendations The board investigating the space shuttle Columbia disaster issues its first recommendations, nearly two months after the shuttle breaks apart during re-entry. The guidance focuses not on the accident's central cause, but instead on specific, related details. This should give NASA a head start at improving safety procedures. NPR's Richard Harris reports.
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Shuttle Accident Panel Issues Recommendations

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The board investigating the space shuttle Columbia disaster issues its first recommendations, nearly two months after the shuttle breaks apart during re-entry. The guidance focuses not on the accident's central cause, but instead on specific, related details. This should give NASA a head start at improving safety procedures. NPR's Richard Harris reports.