COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Military satellites could help trace the field of debris left by the Space Shuttle Columbia as it broke up over Texas Feb. 1, killing all seven astronauts, a spokesman for U.S. Northern Command said Feb. 3. There have been "cooperative efforts ... to assist in charting the debris field" among Northern Command, North American Aerospace Defense Command, Strategic Command and Air Force Space Command "using satellites" and other techniques, such as computer ...
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