Voices in the News A sound montage of some of the voices from yesterday's space shuttle Columbia disaster, including Mission Control declaring a contingency for the shuttle; Barbara Lancaster of Richardson, Texas, who heard overhead a loud pair of booms produced by the shuttle; NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe; William Readdy, NASA's associate administrator for space flight; and President George W. Bush.
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Voices in the News

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A sound montage of some of the voices from yesterday's space shuttle Columbia disaster, including Mission Control declaring a contingency for the shuttle; Barbara Lancaster of Richardson, Texas, who heard overhead a loud pair of booms produced by the shuttle; NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe; William Readdy, NASA's associate administrator for space flight; and President George W. Bush.