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Shuttle Investigation

NPR's Joe Palca reports that NASA has sent teams to California and Arizona to expand its ground search for debris from the space shuttle Columbia. Large pieces, possibly one or more engines, have been located in Louisiana. The loss of Columbia is forcing NASA to reevaluate the future of the international space station. The space station is not in immediate danger, because a Russian supply vehicle docked with it yesterday.

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