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 02.11.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #27
Columbia debris recovery efforts continued today centered in areas of eastern Texas and western Louisiana.
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 02.10.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #26
NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe reported today approximately 12,000 pieces of debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia have been collected along a 500-mile swath between Ft. Worth, Texas, and the Louisiana-Texas border.
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 02.07.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
The independent board charged with determining what caused the destruction of Columbia met with NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe at the Johnson Space Center (JSC), Houston.
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 02.06.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
The independent board charged with determining what caused the destruction of the Space Shuttle Columbia and the loss of its seven astronauts began its work today at the Johnson Space Center, Houston.
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 02.05.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
The search for clues about what caused Columbia's breakup during reentry Saturday, and the hunt for key debris from the orbiter, expanded today with recovery teams deployed in California and Arizona.
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 02.04.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
As NASA paused to pay tribute to Columbia's astronauts, the agency reported making "considerable progress" in recovering debris from the Space Shuttle and analyzing data in the search for clues to what caused the orbiter to breakup 16 minutes before its landing last Saturday.
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 02.03.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
NASA engineers continued to review data and recover debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia today as the analysis of what caused the orbiter to break up Saturday en route to landing continued.
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 02.02.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Aided by federal and local agencies, NASA stepped up its inquiry into the loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia and its seven astronauts.
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 02.01.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The Space Shuttle Columbia and its seven astronauts were lost today when the vehicle broke up over north central Texas during its reentry from orbit.
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 02.01.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
A Space Shuttle contingency has been declared in Mission Control, Houston, as a result of the loss of communication with the Space Shuttle Columbia at approximately 9 a.m. EST Saturday as it descended toward a landing at the Kennedy Space Center, Fla. It was scheduled to touchdown at 9:16 a.m. EST
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 01.31.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Columbia crewmembers deactivated experiments and began stowing gear to prepare for their scheduled Saturday landing at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 01.30.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
Astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia are completing their final runs on experiments in the Spacehab Research Double Module and beginning preparations for Saturday’s landing.
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 01.29.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
Columbia’s seven astronauts took a break from their around-the-clock scientific research today to answer reporters’ questions in the traditional on-orbit crew news conference.
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 01.28.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The Red team of astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia accomplished repairs on the third and final combustion experiment of STS-107 this afternoon, and support scientists on the ground were looking forward to working with the Blue team on the first scientific runs.
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 01.27.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Some experiments have run their course aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia, but there is more in store as STS-107 science continues around the clock in the Spacehab Research Double Module.
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 01.26.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
Red team crewmembers Rick Husband, who is Columbia’s Commander, Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and Laurel Clark and Israeli Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon conducted more experiments involving the study of flames in space in a special Combustion Module in the SPACEHAB.
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 01.25.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Space shuttle Columbia’s astronauts completed an experiment studying the activity of bone cells in microgravity and began final tests with a technology demonstration designed to investigate the behavior of capillary-pumped loops in space as the 16-day international science mission completed Flight Day 10.
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 01.24.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Research continued aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia today as the seven astronauts aboard continued to work in shifts, coordinating work with investigators on the ground.
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 01.23.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
The STS-107 scientific research mission aboard Columbia passed the halfway mark today as the 80 microgravity investigations continue on schedule.
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 01.22.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
The seven astronauts aboard Columbia beamed down television views of their smallest companions in orbit today, including insects, spiders, fish, bees and silk worms that are part of the Space Technology and Research Students package of experiments designed and developed by students in six countries.
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 01.21.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The seven astronauts aboard Columbia continued to conduct scientific studies 24-7 today, concentrating their efforts on combustion in weightlessness, the growth of cell cultures, and measurements of the ozone layer.
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 01.20.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Columbia's astronauts conducted scientific studies ranging from the behavior of granular materials in weightlessness to the effects of microgravity on fungi, and filmed the sprites associated with thunderstorms across the globe as their scientific research flight continued in its fifth day.
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 01.19.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Columbia's astronauts studied combustion properties and the response of their own bodies in weightlessness and the behavior of soot in space one-quarter of the way through their marathon scientific research mission.
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 01.18.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Space shuttle Columbia's astronauts pointed two Israeli cameras over the Atlantic and the Mediterranean today in search of small dust particles that might impact the weather and began experiments in human life sciences in the third day of the STS-107 scientific research flight.
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 01.17.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
In their first full day in orbit, Columbia’s seven crewmembers completed activation of the SPACEHAB Research Double Module in the shuttle’s cargo bay and all of its scientific experiments.
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 01.16.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Columbia's crewmembers unstowed equipment and began activation of the Spacehab Research Double Module in the shuttle's cargo bay, setting the stage for 24-hour-a-day science during the shuttle's 16-day research mission.
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 01.16.03 - STS-107 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Columbia lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center this morning on the first shuttle mission of the year, carrying the first Israeli astronaut into orbit along with six crewmates on a marathon international scientific research flight.
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