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2003.09.01 Cover Sheets I—¹
2003.09.01 In Memoriam I—¹
2003.09.02 Board Statement I—¹
2003.09.02 Executive Summary I—¹
2003.09.04 Report Synopsis I—¹
2003.09.09 An Introduction to the Space Shuttle I—¹
2003.09.11 An Introduction to NASA I—¹
2003.09.13 Part One The Accident(‘æ1•”‘O‘‚«j I—¹
2003.09.16 CHAPTER 1 The Evolution of the Space Shuttle Programi‘æ1Í‘O‘‚«jI—¹
2003.09.17 1.1 Genesis of the Space Transportation System I—¹
2003.09.24 1.2 Merging Conflicting Interests I—¹
2003.09.25 1.3 Shuttle Development, Testing, and Qualification I—¹
2003.09.29 1.4 The Shuttle Becomes "Operational" I—¹
2003.10.01 1.5 The Challenger Accident I—¹
2003.10.01 1.6 Concluding Thoughts I—¹
2003.10.03 CHAPTER 2 Columbias Final Flighti‘æ2Í‘O‘‚«) I—¹
2003.10.08 2.1 Mission Objectives and Their Rationales I—¹
2003.10.09 COLUMBIAATHE CREWi2.1‚̈͂݋LŽ–j I—¹
2003.10.20 2.2 Flight Preparation I—¹
2003.10.20 NASA Timesi2.2‚̈͂݋LŽ–jI—¹
2003.10.27 2.3 Launch Sequence I—¹
2003.11.04 2.4 On-Orbit Events I—¹
2003.11.05 2.5 Debris Strike Analysis and Requests for Imagery I—¹
2003.11.11 2.6 De-Orbit Burn and Re-Entry Events I—¹
2003.11.27 Mission Control Center Communication I—¹
2003.12.25 2.7 Events Immediately Following the Accident I—¹
2003.12.26 Chapter 3 Accident Analysisi‘æ3Í‘O‘‚«) I—¹
2004.01.06 3.1 The Physical Cause I—¹
2004.01.28 3.2 The External Tank and Foam I—¹
2004.02.27 FOAM FRACTURE UNDER HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE I—¹
2004.03.27 3.3 Wing Leading Edge Structural Subsystem I—¹
2004.04.04 REINFORCED CARBON-CARBON (RCC) I—¹
2004.04.15 LEFT WING AND WING LEADING EDGE I—¹
2004.05.23 THE ORBITER "RAN INTO" THE FOAM I—¹
2004.07.30 ON-ORBIT COLLISION AVOIDANCE I—¹
2004.07.26 3.5 On-Orbit Debris Separation - The "Flight Day 2" Object I—¹
2005.01.20 3.6 De-Orbit/Re-Entry I—¹
2005.01.20 THE KIRTLAND IMAGE I—¹
2005.07.18 3.7 Debris Analysis I—¹
2005.07.19 STS-107 CREW SURVIVABILITY I—¹
2004.05.23 3.4 Image and Transport Analyses I—¹
2005.11.28 BOARD TESTING I—¹