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Today is the 10th Anniversay of the Columbia Shuttle Disaster

 
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Today is the 10th Anniversay of the Columbia Shuttle Disaster
A decade ago, 200,000 feet above Steed's driveway in Nacogdoches, the space shuttle Columbia broke apart on re-entry. All seven astronauts aboard died.

Friday, NASA marks the anniversary with tributes to the crew of Columbia and 10 other astronauts lost in the space agency's two previous fatal accidents -- the 1986 explosion that destroyed Columbia's sister ship Challenger, and the launch pad fire that killed Apollo 1's three-man crew in 1967. All three anniversaries fall within a week -- the Apollo fire on January 27, Challenger on January 28 and Columbia on February 1.

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Texan Buckeye showed me this link... I wanted to add it to the OP.

"A special exhibition at a Lubbock museum will honor two of the Hub City’s hometown heroes.

The special exhibition entitled “Columbia: Honoring West Texas Heroes Rick Husband and Willie McCool” will be held at the Silent Wings Museum, with assistance from the Texas Tech Southwest Collection."


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Hey, Doc. There is an exhibit this weekend in Lubbock for Rick Husbands and Willie McCool, as well as the rest of the crew.

[link to kfyo.com]


Col. Husbands was a Texas Tech AFROTC grad and McCool went to high school in Lubbock.

edit for making up new words again. Sorry!LOL

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Why no moon rovers? Why no answers to where and how the moon arrived? The biggest lie in history......NASA put men on the moon in 1969.
40 years is enough. Pics or gtfo.
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Why no moon rovers? Why no answers to where and how the moon arrived? The biggest lie in history......NASA put men on the moon in 1969.
40 years is enough. Pics or gtfo.
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10 minutes of googling and you can have all the answers to your questions...

right or wrong... agree or disagree... there are answers out there...

I personally dont believe we went to the moon in the way they said we did... If we ever did it was with technology we are completely unaware of thats what I believe...

I also believe in the tooth fairy... how else did that quarter get under my pillow?

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Hey, Doc. There is an exhibit this weekend in Lubbock for Rick Husbands and Willie McCool, as well as the rest of the crew.

[link to kfyo.com]


Col. Husbands was a Texas Tech AFROTC grad and McCool went to high school in Lubbock.

edit for making up new words again. Sorry!LOL
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Hey! :)

I wish I could see that exhibit!

cheers


and lol for the "making up new words" thing :)

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Hey, Doc. There is an exhibit this weekend in Lubbock for Rick Husbands and Willie McCool, as well as the rest of the crew.

[link to kfyo.com]


Col. Husbands was a Texas Tech AFROTC grad and McCool went to high school in Lubbock.

edit for making up new words again. Sorry!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Hey! :)

I wish I could see that exhibit!

cheers


and lol for the "making up new words" thing :)
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McCool's parent's and the CAP did most of the work putting it together. I want to see it, too, but not sure about getting into town this weekend. :(
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Rick was a great guy, he's sorely missed by his family and by everyone who knew him. He was particularly inspirational to me when I was in college. I hope NASA learns the lessons from this incident. Wayne Hale gets it now. Never give up hope.
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Rick was a great guy, he's sorely missed by his family and by everyone who knew him. He was particularly inspirational to me when I was in college. I hope NASA learns the lessons from this incident. Wayne Hale gets it now. Never give up hope.
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hf
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Rick was a great guy, he's sorely missed by his family and by everyone who knew him. He was particularly inspirational to me when I was in college. I hope NASA learns the lessons from this incident. Wayne Hale gets it now. Never give up hope.
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Lot's of Doc's today! We got to met Col. Husband a few months before the mission. He was at TTU to talk to the cadets. My husband was stationed at the AFROTC Det. then. Somewhere, in the forest of boxes, we've got some pics. Sorry guys, I'll never find them in time to post to the thread.
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Rick was a great guy, he's sorely missed by his family and by everyone who knew him. He was particularly inspirational to me when I was in college. I hope NASA learns the lessons from this incident. Wayne Hale gets it now. Never give up hope.
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Lot's of Doc's today! We got to met Col. Husband a few months before the mission. He was at TTU to talk to the cadets. My husband was stationed at the AFROTC Det. then. Somewhere, in the forest of boxes, we've got some pics. Sorry guys, I'll never find them in time to post to the thread.
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I met him at a christian concert in college. He gave a talk before the band went on stage. I remember being the only one to go talk to him one on one after he got off stage, everyone else was there for the concert. I was there just so I could get the chance to meet and talk to him. Yeah, I'm a serious astrotard.
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You guys want to hear really creepy? I was up early the day of the crash, but I laid down on the couch for a bit to watch the news. My dogs that I had at the time started going nuts. All kinds of barking and howling. I must have yelled at them several times, but they wouldn't settle down. About an hour later, the crash was on the news. It was breaking up over our house and the dogs knew it.
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Rick was a great guy, he's sorely missed by his family and by everyone who knew him. He was particularly inspirational to me when I was in college. I hope NASA learns the lessons from this incident. Wayne Hale gets it now. Never give up hope.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Lot's of Doc's today! We got to met Col. Husband a few months before the mission. He was at TTU to talk to the cadets. My husband was stationed at the AFROTC Det. then. Somewhere, in the forest of boxes, we've got some pics. Sorry guys, I'll never find them in time to post to the thread.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I met him at a christian concert in college. He gave a talk before the band went on stage. I remember being the only one to go talk to him one on one after he got off stage, everyone else was there for the concert. I was there just so I could get the chance to meet and talk to him. Yeah, I'm a serious astrotard.
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That's ok! He was a good man and loved to talk to students. He really was all about NASA and telling anyone that would listen about it.
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You guys want to hear really creepy? I was up early the day of the crash, but I laid down on the couch for a bit to watch the news. My dogs that I had at the time started going nuts. All kinds of barking and howling. I must have yelled at them several times, but they wouldn't settle down. About an hour later, the crash was on the news. It was breaking up over our house and the dogs knew it.
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Thats pretty wild!

Thanks for sharing! :)

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You guys want to hear really creepy? I was up early the day of the crash, but I laid down on the couch for a bit to watch the news. My dogs that I had at the time started going nuts. All kinds of barking and howling. I must have yelled at them several times, but they wouldn't settle down. About an hour later, the crash was on the news. It was breaking up over our house and the dogs knew it.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thats pretty wild!

Thanks for sharing! :)
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Yw. Everyone here was very nervous about what we might find in the fields and such, for a few days. Most of the debris started falling a couple of hours East of here, but some small pieces were found about half an hour North of Lubbock. It made it worse, knowing 2 hometown guys were on that mission.
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Why no moon rovers? Why no answers to where and how the moon arrived? The biggest lie in history......NASA put men on the moon in 1969.
40 years is enough. Pics or gtfo.
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10 minutes of googling and you can have all the answers to your questions...

right or wrong... agree or disagree... there are answers out there...

I personally dont believe we went to the moon in the way they said we did... If we ever did it was with technology we are completely unaware of thats what I believe...

I also believe in the tooth fairy... how else did that quarter get under my pillow?
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Bullshit....ten minute google. We know next to nothing aBout our closest available resource.
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You guys want to hear really creepy? I was up early the day of the crash, but I laid down on the couch for a bit to watch the news. My dogs that I had at the time started going nuts. All kinds of barking and howling. I must have yelled at them several times, but they wouldn't settle down. About an hour later, the crash was on the news. It was breaking up over our house and the dogs knew it.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thats pretty wild!

Thanks for sharing! :)
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Yw. Everyone here was very nervous about what we might find in the fields and such, for a few days. Most of the debris started falling a couple of hours East of here, but some small pieces were found about half an hour North of Lubbock. It made it worse, knowing 2 hometown guys were on that mission.
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:-\ yeah that had to haunting knowing that they perished right above their hometown.
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Why no moon rovers? Why no answers to where and how the moon arrived? The biggest lie in history......NASA put men on the moon in 1969.
40 years is enough. Pics or gtfo.
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10 minutes of googling and you can have all the answers to your questions...

right or wrong... agree or disagree... there are answers out there...

I personally dont believe we went to the moon in the way they said we did... If we ever did it was with technology we are completely unaware of thats what I believe...

I also believe in the tooth fairy... how else did that quarter get under my pillow?
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Bullshit....ten minute google. We know next to nothing aBout our closest available resource.
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Nope... not bullshit... if you do google you will find answers to your questions...

I told you that you would probably disagree with what you found... but if you google there is answers out there...

you stated there was no answers to be found... yet if you click below....

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(psst, "Shuttle")

cheers
 Quoting: Professor Xavier


cruise


thanks! I didnt even notice.


Guess I was typing with my accent

Them there space shutters!

rofl

cheers
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I still think it was a take down. People keep forgetting about the purple corkscrew photo taken of something hitting the shuttle before it broke up.

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Thread: How Columbia crew died in ignorance
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God bless all hands & their families!!!
God Speed!!
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That was one of those tragedies where I remember exactly where I was at the time I heard about it.

So sad and horrific :(
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I still think it was a take down. People keep forgetting about the purple corkscrew photo taken of something hitting the shuttle before it broke up.

[link to tinypic.com]
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If you're referring to the heat shield tiles being struck, I remember it well.
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This story was just on our local news. I thought you might like it. It's an interview with the couple that found the piece of the shuttle out here. I was wrong about where it was. It wasn't half an hour North of Lubbock, it's about 45 minutes West of Lubbock.

[link to everythinglubbock.com]

I was hoping to find a video of the story, but this is a transcript of the story.
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(psst, "Shuttle")

cheers
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cruise


thanks! I didnt even notice.


Guess I was typing with my accent

Them there space shutters!

rofl

cheers
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Like a moon roof on the Apollo!
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(psst, "Shuttle")

cheers
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cruise


thanks! I didnt even notice.


Guess I was typing with my accent

Them there space shutters!

rofl

cheers
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Like a moon roof on the Apollo!
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lol
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That was one of those tragedies where I remember exactly where I was at the time I heard about it.

So sad and horrific :(
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yes it was :(
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God bless all hands & their families!!!
God Speed!!
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cheers

in deed!
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This story was just on our local news. I thought you might like it. It's an interview with the couple that found the piece of the shuttle out here. I was wrong about where it was. It wasn't half an hour North of Lubbock, it's about 45 minutes West of Lubbock.

[link to everythinglubbock.com]

I was hoping to find a video of the story, but this is a transcript of the story.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


What an awesome addition to this thread!
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This story was just on our local news. I thought you might like it. It's an interview with the couple that found the piece of the shuttle out here. I was wrong about where it was. It wasn't half an hour North of Lubbock, it's about 45 minutes West of Lubbock.

[link to everythinglubbock.com]

I was hoping to find a video of the story, but this is a transcript of the story.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


What an awesome addition to this thread!
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


cool2 Yw.
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