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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers install a 20-foot by 15-foot replica of the STS-107 logo above the ?A? on the A tower in the transfer aisle of the Vehicle Assembly Building. The debris from the orbiter Columbia, lost in a tragic accident on its return to Earth from the STS-107 mission, is permanently stored in the tower. A dedication ceremony Jan. 29, 2004, revealed a plaque being installed in the storage area in honor of ?Columbia, the crew of STS-107, and their loved ones.?
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Posing with the plaque dedicated to Columbia Jan. 29, 2004, are (left to right) United Space Alliance project leader for Columbia reconstruction Jim Comer, Shuttle Launch Director Mike Leinbach, astronauts Douglas Hurley and Pam Melroy, Center Director Jim Kennedy and NASA Vehicle Manager Scott Thurston. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team in the ?Columbia room,? a permanent repository in the Vehicle Assembly Building of the debris collected in the aftermath of the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, that claimed the orbiter and lives of the seven-member crew.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - This closeup shows the words of the plaque unveiled Jan. 29, 2004, that was dedicated in memory of the orbiter Columbia and her seven-member crew who were lost in the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, as they returned to Earth from mission STS-107. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team in the ?Columbia room,? a permanent repository in the Vehicle Assembly Building of the debris collected in the aftermath of the accident.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Posing with the plaque dedicated to Columbia Jan. 29, 2004, is astronaut Pam Melroy. The dedication ceremony included the 40-member preservation team gathered in the ?Columbia room,? in the Vehicle Assembly Building. The site is a permanent repository of the debris collected in the aftermath of the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, that claimed the orbiter and lives of the seven-member crew. Behind Melroy is a piece of the debris.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Vehicle Assembly Building, Shuttle Launch Director Mike Leinbach, Center Director Jim Kennedy and NASA Vehicle Manager Scott Thurston unveil a plaque honoring ?Columbia, the crew of STS-107, and their loved ones.? The site is the ?Columbia room,? a permanent repository of the debris collected in the aftermath of the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, that claimed the orbiter and lives of the seven-member crew. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - A 20-foot by 15-foot replica of the STS-107 logo has been installed above the ?A? on the A tower in the transfer aisle of the Vehicle Assembly Building. The debris from the orbiter Columbia, lost in a tragic accident on its return to Earth from the STS-107 mission, is permanently stored in the tower. A dedication ceremony Jan. 29, 2004, unveiled a plaque being installed in the storage area in honor of ?Columbia, the crew of STS-107, and their loved ones.?
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