Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report, Volume 1
United States. Columbia Accident Investigation Board, United States. National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 248 pages
Volume 1 of a six volume set. Investigates loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia, STS -107, and its seven-member crew on February 1, 2003. Four parts entitled: The Accident; Why the Accident Occurred; A Look Ahead; and Appendices A, B, C. Concludes with recommendations.
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