NASA Mission STS-107, Columbia Space Shuttle, Flight 117 in 2003 killed seven ( 7 ) astronauts whom were already in trouble, and this image proves their air-lock breach between the crew cabin and payload bay area where all that stood between them entering Earth's ionosphere was flimsey 'medical tape' used as a seal to withstand pressure, heat and speed. Report: http://unwantedpublicity.media.officelive.com/Gallery.aspx
Remembering Columbia. The seven-member crew of the STS-107 mission was just 16 minutes from landing on the morning of Feb. 1, 2003, when Mission Control lost contact with the shuttle Columbia. A piece of foam, falling from the external tank during launch, had opened a hole in one of the shuttle's wings, leading to the breakup of the orbiter upon re-entry. #NASADayofRemembrance
On February 1, Space Shuttle Columbia was destroyed in a disaster that claimed the lives of all seven of its crew. This video is from inside the crew cabin of Space Shuttle Columbia as it begins its re-entry and contains approximately an extra 5 minutes of footage not seen elsewhere. While February 1 was an occasion for mourning, the efforts ...
This image of the STS-107 shuttle Columbia crew in orbit was recovered from wreckage inside an undeveloped film canister. From left (bottom row): Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Rick Husband, commander; Laurel Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon
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