In Memory of Columbia STS-107 Space Shuttle Crew
STS-107 Mission Poster - click to enlarge
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STS-107 Crew - click to enlarge
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Vehicle Space Shuttle Columbia/OV-102
Launch Date January 16, 2003
Official Launch Time 10:39 a.m. EST
Target Landing Date February 1, 2003 at 9:16 a.m. EST
Mission Duration 16 days
Crew Rick D. Husband - Commander
William C. McCool - Pilot
Michael P. Anderson - Payload Commander
Kalpana Chawla - Mission Specialist
David M. Brown - Mission Specialist
Laurel B. Clark - Mission Specialist
Ilan Ramon, (ISA) - Payload Specialist
Information:  The space shuttle Columbia's de-orbit burn was at 8:15 a.m. EST (1315 GMT) on 02/01/03, for a planned landing on KSC Runway 33. Communication was lost with Columbia at 9:00 a.m. EST while Columbia was at approximately 200,000 feet (40 miles) over Central Texas. Debris was found scattered throughout East Texas. The vehicle was traveling at 12,500 mph at the time of the disaster.

Our Prayers go out to the STS-107 Crew Members and their families.

Click:  President Bush's STS-107 Memorial Service Speech

Click:  Columbia STS-107 Mission Photos (Link)

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