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Resource ID: #20750
Subject: Aeronautics
Source: Dallas Business Journal
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Date: February 3, 2003

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Following the explosion of the space shuttle Columbia, an investigation led to the identification of Lockheed Missiles and Fire Control as the company that had made the leading wing edges and nose cone of the aircraft. These were the components that investigators were looking at. The article looks at the contract commitments between NASA and the company.

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