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NASA Mishap Response Status Reports
 
 03.04.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #11
The past week was a good one for the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, retired Adm. Harold W. "Hal" Gehman Jr., CAIB chairman, said today.
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 02.28.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #10
About 13 minutes of video recorded by Columbia's crew Feb. 1 as they prepared for landing was released today on NASA television.
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 02.25.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #09
The investigation into the loss of Space Shuttle Columbia is increasing in depth as well as breadth, retired Adm. Harold W. "Hal" Gehman, chairman of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, said this afternoon.
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 02.24.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #08
Helped by sunny but breezy weekend weather in Texas and Louisiana, ground searchers continued to recover debris believed to be from Space Shuttle Columbia.
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 02.20.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #07
Investigators are searching the area of Caliente, Nev., for what could be a piece of Space Shuttle Columbia debris believed to have been tracked by air traffic control radar after it was shed early in the spacecraft's descent over California and Nevada Feb. 1.
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 02.18.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #06
An external tank virtually identical to the one launched with Space Shuttle Columbia Jan. 16 has been impounded at Michoud Operations at New Orleans, retired Adm. Harold W. "Hal" Gehman, chairman of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, said today.
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 02.15.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #05
Two additional attitude control jets aboard Columbia fired after voice communication was lost with the shuttle, an analysis of data from the subsequent seconds indicates.
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 02.14.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #04
The search continued for debris from Columbia, though efforts were hampered by rain in parts of East Texas.
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 02.13.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #03
The Columbia Accident Investigation Board said today preliminary analysis by a NASA working group indicates the temperature indications seen in Columbia's left wheel well during entry would require the presence of plasma.
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 02.12.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #02
Two trucks containing debris from the space shuttle Columbia arrived at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) this morning.
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 02.11.03 - NASA Mishap Response Status #01
Columbia debris recovery efforts continue today centered in areas of eastern Texas and western Louisiana.
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