Candles in paper bag votives, one for each of the seven astronauts who died in the space shuttle Columbia, illuminate a makeshift memorial at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston early Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003.
A spectator reacts at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Feb. 1, 2003, after hearing of the tragedy.
Shimon Levy of an Israeli television crew watches NASA television reports at the Kennedy Space Center Feb. 1.
Spectators leave the space shuttle landing strip in Cape Canaveral and head to their buses Feb. 1.
Kennedy Space Center rescue personnel remove their gear at the space shuttle landing facility at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., after hearing news of the Space Shuttle Columbia breaking up over Texas Feb. 1.
Flags at NASA fly at half-staff, Saturday, Feb. 1.
A floral wreath stands near a group photo of the space shuttle Columbia crew Sunday morning Feb. 2, 2003 at the Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The seven crew members perished when the space shuttle Columbia broke apart during re-entry Saturday over Texas.
Seattle SuperSonics' Desmond Mason, right, bows his head along with others before the game against the Chicago Bulls in the space shuttle Columbia in Seattle, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003. The game opened with a moment of silence for the seven astronauts who perished.
Jim and Ann Sidford of Hilton Head, S.C., sign a condolence book at the space shuttle Columbia exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003.
Marta Wisnoski from Houston prays during the first of three services at the Grace Community Church in Clear Lake, Texas, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003. Shuttle Commander Col. Rick Husband and Mission Specialist Michael Anderson, both members of the church, were among the crew members killed Saturday in the Columbia shuttle tragedy.
Ricci Casserly of Houston breaks down and cries after placing seven roses and balloons as a memorial to the seven-member crew of space shuttle Columbia outside the main gate of the Johnson Space Center in Houston Monday, Feb. 3, 2003.
William Frayer, who was Laurel Clark's anthropology and international relations teacher at Horlick High School, bows his head as Clark is memorialized over the loudspeaker Monday Feb. 3, 2003, at the school in Racine, Wis. Clark graduated from the school in 1979.
Sheryl Denan, of Sattelite Beach, center, kneels in front of the Astronaut Memorial, with her two sons Daniel, 3, left, and Damon, 2, at the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex, in Titusville, Fla., Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003, as thousands came to pay their respects for the crew of the space shuttle Columbia.
Penny Snider-Light of Boston tries to contain her emotions after signing a condolence book for Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon at the Consulate General of Israel office in Boston, Monday Feb. 3, 2003.
People walk by the the makeshift memorial for the seven astronauts who perished in the space shuttle Columbia at the Johnson Space Center Monday, Feb. 3, 2003 in Houston.
Stephanie Williams from La Porte, Texas, carries her four year-old son Garrett past a memorial to the crew of space shuttle Columbia outside the main gate of the Johnson Space Center Monday.
Renee Smith, of Perth, Australia, holds a carnation near the astronaut memorial at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor's Center Sunday morning Feb. 2, 2003 in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
A makeshift memorial is placed near the Hermosa Beach Pier, in Hermosa, Fla., Saturday, Feb. 1, 2003, to honor the seven astronauts who died aboard the shuttle Columbia.