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Unfortunately, on February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia burned up on re-entry.  This page was setup to archive the documents released regarding the mission.

 

Langley Research Center Timeline, E-mails and comments regarding possible issues with landing:

 

    1.  Timeline, E-mails and comments [27 Pages, 700k]

Langley Research Center correspondence, e-mails or other documentation pertaining to Columbia Mission STS-107. (These documents are being posted in groups as they are released. )

 

    1.  Group 1 [61 Pages, 6.1mb]
    2.  Group 2 [154 Pages, 10.4mb]
    3.  Group 3 [193 Pages, 20.4mb]
    4.  Group 4 [16 Pages, 0.7mb]
    5.  Group 5 [90 Pages, 3.9mb]
    6.  Group 6 [301 Pages, 19mb]
    7.  Group 7 [353 Pages, 12.7mb]
    8.  Group 8 [31 Pages, 1.22mb]
    9.  Group 9 [204 Pages, 19.4mb]
    10.  Group 10 [31 Pages, 1.03mb]
    11.  Group 11 [78 Pages, 3.06mb]

Langley Research Center employee e-mails and written or faxed correspondence involving Robert Daugherty, Howard Adelman & Mark Shuart regarding the Columbia STS-107 Mission:

 

  1.  Robert Daugherty [320 Pages, 28.7mb]
  2.  Howard Adelman [103 Pages, 10.3mb]
  3.  Mark Shuart [52 Pages, 5.56mb]
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STS-107 - Columbia Disaster - February 1, 2003