Columbia Shuttle Investigation A panel of former NASA engineers and military officials prepares to take over the Columbia investigation. More than a week after the space shuttle broke apart upon re-entry, NASA says it has no clear answers. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.
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External Board to Take Control of Shuttle Investigation

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External Board to Take Control of Shuttle Investigation

External Board to Take Control of Shuttle Investigation

External Board to Take Control of Shuttle Investigation

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A panel of former NASA engineers and military officials prepares to take over the Columbia investigation. More than a week after the space shuttle broke apart upon re-entry, NASA says it has no clear answers. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.

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