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National Geographic "columbia"
ilbasso
post Jun 29 2005, 02:37 AM
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Just finished watching the National Geographic "Columbia: One Second from Disaster" this evening. I swear, I have to stop watching 'news' shows that discuss things that I know anything about. I stopped counting factual errors about 5 minutes into the show. Even the highly-touted computer graphics failed to do such things as showing Columbia orbiting with its cargo bay doors open. That's what I get for watching TV instead of just sitting here waiting for new postings to appear on this forum!


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post Jun 29 2005, 02:46 AM
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Ohhh..
Can anyone to post this NGC episode?
Or... Do anyone know where can i to down??
Thanks!!!
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