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SFA students share memories of their big role in [Mapping] Columbia recovery - KTRE

Thursday, February 7th 2013
Read More About: columbia, disaster, edu, sfa, shuttle


Within hours of the Columbia shuttle crash, a group of Stephen F. Austin students created the first maps of the shuttle's path. They were the first responders using GPS tracking. They helped discover thousands of pieces of debris throughout the investigation. [That was 10 years ago.]

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