L'équipage de la mission STS-107 de la navette Columbia - Accident - Février 2003 - NASA - David Brown - Laurel Clark - Michael Anderson - Ilan Ramon - Rick Husband - Kalpana Chawla - William McCool

In remembrance of the Space Shuttle Columbia Crew. They perished on reentry on 1 Feb God Speed.

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

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

Columbia's STS-107 Crew - Front from left: Rick Husband William McCool. Standing from left: David Brown, Laurel Clark, Kalpana Chawla and Michael Anderson and Ilan Ramon. The entire crew was lost on February 1, 2003, during re-entry when Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over northern Texas.

The Columbia crew. From the left: Mission Specialist David Brown, Commander Rick Husband, Mission Specialists Laurel Clark, Kalpana Chawla and Michael Anderson, Pilot William McCool and Payload Specialist Ilan Ramon.

Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, STS-107 mission specialist, shown on February 26, 2002. She perished in flight on February 1, 2003, when Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over northern Texas.

Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist, shown on February She perished in flight on February when Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over northern Texas.

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2003 ~ Yet another tragic day in Space history ~ Space Shuttle Columbia disaster ~ a community mourned the loss. Always remembered in our 's

STS-107 Mission Specialist Laurel B. Clark (NASA)    On this Day of Remembrance, February 1, 2013, NASA will mark the 10th anniversary of the STS-107 Columbia accident with a wreath-laying ceremony at the astronaut memorial in Arlington National Cemetery, paying tribute to the lost crews of Columbia, Challenger and Apollo 1, as well as other space explorers and NASA colleagues who have passed on.

Laurel Blair Salton Clark (March 1961 – February was a medical doctor, United States Navy Captain, NASA astronaut and Space Shuttle mission specialist who was killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.

Remembering Columbia: On the bottom row (L to R) are astronauts Kalpana Chawla, MS; Rick D. Husband, mission commander; Laurel B. Clark ,MS; and Ilan Ramon, PS. In the top row (L to R) are astronauts David M. Brown, MS; William C. McCool, pilot; and Michael P. Anderson, PC. On February 1, 2003, during re-entry, Columbia disintegrated over northern Texas with all seven crewmembers aboard. This picture survived on a roll of unprocessed film recovered by searchers from the debris.

This image of the shuttle Columbia crew in orbit was recovered from wreckage inside an undeveloped film canister. From left (bottom row): Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon

STS-107 Commemorative

STS-107 Commemorative

This set includes: Apollo 1 mission patch (Challenger) patch (Columbia) patch commemorative patch Astronaut Memorial patch of the proceeds from the sale of this set go to The Astronauts Memorial Foundation

Columbia Launches on STS-107 Mission - Space shuttle Columbia launches on mission STS-107, January 16, 2003.

Remembering Space Shuttle Columbia On Feb. shuttle Columbia broke up during reentry over Texas. As we remember the astronauts Rick Husband, Willie McCool, Michael Anderson, Kalpana.

Remembering the crew of the Space Shuttle Columbia mission STS-107, killed on February 1, 2003 when the orbiter disintegrated as it reentered the Earth’s atmosphere: Ilan Ramon, payload specialist; William C. McCool, pilot; David M. Brown, mission specialist; Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist; Michael P. Anderson, payload commander; Laurel B. Clark, mission specialist; and Rick D. Husband, mission commander.

Memorial to the seven astronauts who lost their lives in the tragic Space Shuttle Columbia accident on February

Richard Douglas Husband (July 12, 1957 – February 1, 2003) was a United States Air Force Colonel, an astronaut, and the space shuttle commander of STS-107 (Columbia) who was killed when the craft disintegrated after reentry into the Earth's atmosphere. Husband is a recipient of the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.

Richard Douglas Husband (July 1957 – February was a United States…

David McDowell Brown (April 16, 1956 – February 1, 2003) was a United States Navy captain and a NASA astronaut. He died on his first spaceflight, when the Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-107) disintegrated during orbital reentry into the Earth's atmosphere. Brown became an astronaut in 1996, but had not served on a space mission prior to the Columbia disaster.

Astronaut David M. Brown, mission specialist, shown on Sep. He perished in flight on February when Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over northern Texas.

Never Heard Before! Shocking Final Words Of Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107!

The tragedy of February 2003 will not be soon forgotten. Many have speculated about video existing during the final break up of Columbia while others wond.

The Space Shuttle Columbia takes off for mission STS-107 which would be it's final one. Columbia disintegrated 16 days later on reentry. (January 16, 2003)

The Space Shuttle Columbia takes off for mission which would be it's final one. Columbia disintegrated 16 days later on reentry.

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