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Space Shuttle Columbia Coverage #988265

CNN Special for Saturday, Feb 01, 2003

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of the explosion over Texas of the Space Shuttle Columbia, upon its return to Earth.
  • Coverage and analysis include the participation of anchors Heidi Collins and Miles O'Brien, correspondent Suzanne Malveaux at the White House, correspondent Patti Davis, correspondent Kelly Wallace in Jerusalem, correspondent Tom Mintier, former astronaut Jerry Linenger, correspondent Elizabeth Cohen, James Hartsfield of NASA in Houston, correspondent Grayson Kamm at the Kennedy Space Center, and various Texas residents that witnessed the shuttle's explosion.
  • Includes live footage from NASA mission control in Florida, as well as views of Columbia's explosion. Also features CNN interviews with Columbia astronauts, given before the shuttle's launch.
  • Reporter(s):
    Malveaux, Suzanne;
    Cohen, Elizabeth;
    Davis, Patti;
    Mintier, Tom;
    Wallace, Kelly

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