The crew of space shuttle Columbia's mission STS-107 poses for a picture. Feb. 1, 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the Columbia Shuttle disaster, when the shuttle disintegrated during its re-entry into Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven crew members.
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The crew of the space shuttle Columbia walk to the launch pad on Jan. 16, 2003, at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Fla., to start their 16-day scientific mission.
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The space shuttle Columbia, on mission STS-107, launches on Jan. 16, 2003, at Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
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Astronaut Laurel B. Clark, STS-107 mission specialist, takes a brief break from science research on the space shuttle Columbia on Jan. 19, 2003.
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Astronauts onboard the space shuttle Columbia speak during an interview from space.
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Astronaut Rick D. Husband, mission commander of the space shuttle Columbia, is pictured on the flight deck. Husband and six crew members were lost when the space shuttle broke up during re-entry over Texas on Feb. 1, 2003.
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The STS-107 crewmembers pose for their traditional in-flight crew portrait in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module aboard the space shuttle Columbia.
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Debris from the space shuttle Columbia streaks across the sky over Tyler, Texas, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003. Amateur photographer Dr. Scott Lieberman shot a series of photos showing the break-up of the space shuttle from his backyard. Columbia broke apart in flames 200,000 feet over Texas, killing all seven astronauts just minutes before they were to glide to a landing in Florida.
Dr. Scott Lieberman/AP
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A spectator at the space shuttle landing facility weeps after hearing the news of the breakup of the space shuttle Columbia over Texas on Feb. 1, 2003.
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A Texas state trooper takes a photo of a portion of the space shuttle Columbia as it lies in a parking lot on Feb. 1, 2003, in Nacogdoches, Texas.