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In Memory

STS-107: Columbia and Crew

Condolence Book

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Jaroslaw Brancewicz
Szczecinek, Poland
Skladajac wyrazy najglebszego wspolczucia. "There are no words to say what we all feel because no words are needed ..."

Beth White
New Rochelle, N.Y.
From our family to yours, our sincerest sympathies. May you take solace in knowing that they were doing what they loved. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Andre Perreault
Drummondville, Quebec, Canada
Respect and gratitudes for STS-107 Columbia crew, the great space heroes.

Karen Alkalay-Gut
Tel Aviv, Israel
We all grieve at the deaths of the seven unique and brave astronauts.

Eric A Cook
Birmingham, England
Sincere heartfelt condolences from a caring Englishman.

H. Anthony Harris
San Diego, Calif.
I am very sorry for each of your losses. They all were living a dream that I held since I was 5, but was unable to see to the end as they did. I, as well as many others, were able to live our own dreams of space flight through their actions. Be very proud of their great accomplishments and know that we will always remember each of their successes and their great work. Thank you for helping them realize the dream of millions of children throughout the world. Bless you.

Arlene and Robert Luber
Providence, R.I.
Our deepest sympathy on your tragic loss!

Bonnie
Grafton, Ohio
Thoughts and prayers are with each and every family.

Martin Kala
Tallinn Harjumaa, Estonia
I feel your loss and I look up to the brave ones.

Lynn Millinger
Bloomfield, N.J.
It was such a shock -- the flights have almost become routine. Yet, it takes a tragedy like this to reinforce in all of our minds the courage of the astronauts and their families. May you all take condolence in the thought that so many of us are thinking of you and your loss and send our hopes and expressions of sympathy. May the memory of these 7 people live forever in the minds of all of us who look to the stars and wonder.

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