Columbia: June 2005 Archives

Statue honors fallen hero (photo), Spokesman Review

"Spokane astronaut Michael P. Anderson has been eulogized as a humble, deeply religious and inspirational man who lived out his dream. For the past year, local artist Dorothy Fowler has used those descriptions to help her create an 8-foot-high, 600-pound bronze statue of Anderson."

Israeli forensic expert solves mystery of Ilan Ramon's diary, Israel21C

"Little did [Sharon] Brown, a superintendent in the Israel Police Division of Identification and Forensic Science, realize that a year later, she would play an integral role in reconstructing the last days of Ramon's life aboard the shuttle."

Spacehab Announces Dismissal of Lloyds of London Complaint

"Spacehab today announced that Certain Underwriters at Lloyds of London have agreed to drop their complaint against the Company and join with Spacehab in pursuit of its claims with NASA for reimbursement of loss for its Research Double Module in the STS-107 Space Shuttle Columbia accident."

- Spacehab Appeals Decision for Losses on Space Shuttle Mission
- Spacehab Files Tort Claim For Losses on Space Shuttle Mission
- Spacehab Receives Response from NASA Regarding Claim for Losses on Space Shuttle Mission
- Spacehab Files Claim for Research Double Module Lost on STS-107 Space Shuttle Mission



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