"History of Columbia" Webcast To Highlight Orbiter's Past
On June 20, 2003, join NASA Direct! for "History of Columbia," a special webcast
highlighting the history of Columbia, the flagship of NASA's Space Shuttle fleet.
The program will present an in-depth look at the 22-year history and legacy
of the first Shuttle orbiter.
The Rotating Service Structure is rolled back from
Space Shuttle Columbia in preparation for launch Feb. 28, 2002 on mission STS-109.
The program will feature special guest Robert Crippen, Columbia's first pilot
and former Kennedy Space Center director. Crippen will take time during the
program to answer questions submitted to the NASA Direct! Question Board from
space enthusiasts around the world.
NOTE: This event has concluded. The KSC 40th Anniversary Series Archive can be viewed online at http://www.ksc.nasa.gov/KSCDirect/archives/history/archive-toc.htm
NASA's Kennedy Space Center