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 06.13.05 - Statue Honors Columbia Astronaut Anderson
A bronze memorial in Spokane, Washington honors a fallen hometown hero.
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 05.10.05 - Texas Tribute Honors Astronaut Hero
A 15-foot bronze statue of the late Willie McCool, one of the seven fallen heroes of Columbia, towers in Texas today.
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 01.28.04 - Inuit Stone Memorials Honor Crew
The NASA Haughton-Mars Project has established seven astronaut memorial sites on Devon Island, in the Canadian High Arctic.
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 11.03.03 - Unique Memorial to Honor McCool
Former classmates from the U.S. Naval Academy are planning to honor Columbia pilot William McCool with a memorial on the cross-country course where he once ran as a midshipman.
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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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 06.06.03 - New Columbia Tribute Announced
Interior Secretary Norton will host NASA Administrator O'Keefe for an event honoring the Space Shuttle Columbia and its crew on Tuesday, June 10 at 2 p.m.
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 04.03.03 - Astros Honor Astronauts at Season Opener
Columbia crew loved ones launched Houston Astros' 2003 season with seven "first" pitches.
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 03.21.03 - Crew Memorial Page
Learn more about the seven Columbia crewmembers.
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 03.17.03 - New Elementary School Named After the Space Shuttle Columbia
The School Board of the Val Verde Unified School District in California named a new school after the Space Shuttle Columbia.
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 02.21.03 - Memorial Service in Cleveland, Ohio
The Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Commissioners and NASA's Glenn Research Center held a public memorial service for the Space Shuttle Columbia astronauts on Saturday, February 8.
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 02.18.03 - Highway Renamed to Honor Columbia Astronaut
The Washington State Transportation Commission honored Lt. Col. Michael P. Anderson by renaming State Route 904 after him
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 02.08.03 - Memorial at Lufkin, Texas
Memorial service held for the Columbia crew at First Baptist Church of Lufkin, Texas.
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 02.07.03 - Kennedy Space Center Memorial Service
Memorial service held for the Columbia crew at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 02.06.03 - Memorial Service, National Cathedral, Washington Transcript
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 Administrator O'Keefe's Tribute
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 Vice President Cheney's Tribute
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 AUDIO: "Way Up There"
The song, commissioned by NASA to celebrate the Centennial of Flight, was written by Tena R. Clark. At the Feb. 6 memorial service at the National Cathedral, Patti LaBelle sang it in tribute to the crew of Columbia. Patti LaBelle's studio version:

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 02.06.03 - Memorial Service at National Cathedral
Video coverage of the Columbia crew memorial service in Washington, D.C.
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 Senate Honors Columbia
The United States Senate honored the Columbia crew with Senate Resolution 41:
Resolved, That the Senate commemorates with deep sorrow and regret the fate of the Columbia space shuttle mission and when it adjourns today, it do so as a further mark of respect to the astronauts who lost their lives.

 
 02.04.03 - Johnson Space Center Memorial Service
Memorial service held for the Columbia crew at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 02.03.03 - Condolences from Valentina Tereshkova
Russia's first female cosmonaut offers her thoughts and condolences to the United States following the Columbia tragedy.
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 Administrator O'Keefe's Statement
"This is indeed a tragic day for the NASA family, for the families of the astronauts who flew on STS-107, and likewise is tragic for the Nation." Read more.
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 Video of Adminstrator O'Keefe's Statement
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