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100 1  Leinbach, Michael D.,|eauthor. 
245 10 Bringing Columbia home :|bthe untold story of a lost space
       shuttle and her crew|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 1  Read by Cassandra Campbell, Danny Campbell. 
520    On February 1, 2003, Columbia disintegrated on reentry 
       before the nation's eyes, and all seven astronauts aboard 
       were lost. Author Mike Leinbach, Launch Director of the 
       space shuttle program at NASA's John F. Kennedy Space 
       Center was a key leader in the search and recovery effort 
       as NASA, FEMA, the FBI, the US Forest Service, and dozens 
       more federal, state, and local agencies combed an area of 
       rural east Texas the size of Rhode Island for every piece 
       of the shuttle and her crew they could find. Assisted by 
       hundreds of volunteers, it would become the largest ground
       search operation in US history. For the first time, here 
       is the definitive inside story of the Columbia disaster 
       and recovery and the inspiring message it ultimately 
       holds. In the aftermath of tragedy, people and communities
       came together to help bring home the remains of the crew 
       and nearly forty percent of shuttle, an effort that was 
       instrumental in piecing together what happened so the 
       shuttle program could return to flight and complete the 
       International Space Station. Bringing Columbia Home shares
       the deeply personal stories that emerged as NASA employees
       looked for lost colleagues and searchers overcame immense 
       physical, logistical, and emotional challenges and worked 
       together to accomplish the impossible. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
610 20 Columbia (Spacecraft)|xAccidents. 
650  0 Space shuttles|xAccidents|zUnited States. 
650  0 Space vehicles|xRecovery. 
650  0 Space vehicle accidents|zUnited States. 
650  0 Astronauts|xAccidents|zUnited States. 
650  1 Space vehicles.|xRecovery. 
700 1  Ward, Jonathan H.,|eauthor. 
700 1  Crippen, Robert L.,|ewriter of introduction. 
700 1  Collins, Eileen|q(Eileen Marie),|d1956-|ewriter of 
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