Here is what's on tap for Monday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

While NASA searches for answers to the Columbia tragedy, one question remains? Are NASA's shuttles prepared to battle the forces of nature and risk the lives of space pioneers? We'll ask retired U.S. Air Force Col. Walter Boyne , former director of the National Air and Space Museum.

When the space shuttle Challenger tragically exploded on lift-off in 1986, NASA waited three years to launch again. When will the decision be made to launch another shuttle into space? Arik Hesseldahl , senior editor at Forbes.com, weighs in.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

We'll get reaction to the tragedy from members of the NASA family:

• Former shuttle astronaut and the first woman to ever walk in space, Kathryn Sullivan .

• Dr. Gordon Iiams pays tribute to his very close friend Captain David Brown.

• Lynne Salton remembers her sister Laurel Clark.

Former shuttle astronaut Gary Payton explains the inherent dangers of space flight.

Glynn Lunney, former shuttle flight director for NASA, part of the team that saved the astronauts aboard Apollo 13.

What does the Columbia tragedy spell for the future of NASA and space exploration? Sen. George Allen, R-Va., member of the Senate Subcommittee for Science, Technology and Space.

Do the benefits of space exploration outweigh the risks? And is the space program worth the money? David West Reynolds, author of Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon, and director of Phaeton, a scientific consulting group.

Plus, we'll get an eyewitness account from Patrick Wallack who was on his way home when he saw a bright light in the sky.

And,  even though NASA gave Columbia a major overhaul, could the shuttle's age be a factor in Saturday's crash? We'll ask former shuttle commander Jack Lousma .

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