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Astronauts R. Husband and K. Chawla
Ten years ago: astronauts R. Husband & K. Chawla working in space to make our lives better spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images… #rememberingcolumbia #sts107
— Anne Cabrera (@composerAnne) January 23, 2013Continue reading “Astronauts R. Husband and K. Chawla”
Astronaut Laurel Clark on Middeck
Astronaut Laurel Clark works for us on the middeck of space shuttle Columbia 10 years ago. spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images… #rememberingcolumbia #sts107
— Anne Cabrera (@composerAnne) January 24, 2013Continue reading “Astronaut Laurel Clark on Middeck”
Our Video for Hangar Doors
“Hangar Doors (Rollout)” has a new music video to go with it!Continue reading “Our Video for Hangar Doors”
Columbia CD Travels to the ISS!
Surprise, surprise! Thanks to NASA astronaut Clay Anderson, my Columbia CD apparently took a little trip to the International Space Station, via the space shuttle Discovery mission STS-131.Continue reading “Columbia CD Travels to the ISS!”
preface from Columbia album
(this intro is from the liner-notes to my CD Columbia: We Dare to Dream)
I didn’t know them. I didn’t know their names, or that they had been in space for sixteen days, or that they were called the “STS-107” crew, or even what “STS” meant. But I was sitting next to my piano on the morning of February 1st, 2003 when I heard the news… the awful news that the space shuttle Columbia had just broken apart upon reentry, 200,000 feet high in the skies over Texas, and that the entire crew had undoubtedly perished. It was unfathomable. I hadn’t known them, that crew of seven, but my heart was suddenly searing with pain for their families.Continue reading “preface from Columbia album”