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The Columbia Accident Investigation Board released Volumes II-VI of its report on October 28, 2003.
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The report is also available for purchase on CD-ROM from the National Technical Information Service. The price is $40 per volume, or $200 for all six volumes. Click here for ordering information.

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08.27.03 - Transcript from Administrator's Press Conference
Sean O'Keefe answers media questions on NASA's response to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board report.
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08.26.03 - NASA Update with Sean O'Keefe
The NASA Administrator and CAIB member Scott Hubbard talked with NASA employees about the report.
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08.26.03 - CAIB Press Conference
Webcast (in RealMedia) of the board's press conference on Aug. 26, 2003, following the release of its report.
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08.26.03 - President Bush's Statement on the CAIB Report
Our journey into space will go on. The work of the crew of the Columbia and the heroic explorers who traveled before them will continue
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08.26.03 - Administrator Accepts Columbia Accident Report
"The findings and recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board will serve as NASA's blueprint," assured Sean O'Keefe.
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08.26.03 - Gehman's Letter on the Columbia Investigation Report
The Board intends the report to stimulate debate for the future of space exploration and provide context for difficult decisions.
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08.26.03 - CNN interview with NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe
Transcript of a CNN interview with NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe on August 25,2003.
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08.25.03 - Inspector General's Letter to Administrator
The NASA IG reviewed and commented on the independence of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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08.06.03 - Asteroids Dedicated To Columbia Crew
The celestial memorials, orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter, can easily be found from Earth.
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