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Space Shuttle Columbia blew up and disintegrated in flames over Texas Saturday morning, killing all seven astronauts aboard and scattering debris over four states and the Gulf of Mexico.
What might have gone wrong? We'll ask Homer Hickam, retired NASA engineer and author of Rocket Boys.
Where does NASA go from here? Dr. David West Reynolds, Ph. D, author of Apollo: The Epic Journey To The Moon and director of the scientist consulting group Phaeton, weighs in.
Plus, we'll get reaction from Capitol Hill from Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., a leading congressional expert on NASA, and a crewmember of the 24th flight of the space shuttle Columbia in 1986.
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