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4/23/03

Lead Columbia Investigator to Resign

NASA's most prominent voice in the days following the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster has decided to resign. Ron Dittemore announced Wednesday he will leave the space agency at the conclusion of the shuttle investigation.

NASA is praising the work Dittemore has done for the space industry. They say he created many of the processes and procedures the agency follows.

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