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This newspaper is from Feb. 2 2003, the day after the spaceship Columbia exploded. High over Texas and just short of home, space shuttle Columbia disintegrated yesterday, raining debris over hundreds of miles of countryside. Seven Astronauts perished --- a gut-wrenching loss for a country already staggered by tragedy. The catastrophe occurred 39 miles above the earth in the last 16 minutes of the 16-day mission as the spaceship re-entered the atmosphere and glided in for a landing in Florida. This is the lead story by Marcia Dunn and Pam Easton of the Associated Press. Over 8 stories with full-page feature in over 6 sections of the newspaper.

RARE NEWSPAPER - Original genuine edition of San Diego Union Tribune February 2 2003 Columbia is Lost screams HEADLINE \/ An original Newspaper (not a copy)

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