31 August 2017

How Kroll Ontrack Recovered Data From The Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster

1st Feb 2003, and after 17 days in space the Columbia space shuttle is scheduled to land at the Kennedy Space Centre at 9:16am, marking the end of the STS-107 mission. 

At approximately 9:00am disaster occurs; footage of the shuttle disintegrating above the state of Texas is broadcasting live on CNN. The origin of the disaster was later found to be a piece of thermal insulation foam that came off the shuttle, 80 seconds after take-off from Earth.

Six months after the crash, a charred and battered hard drive from the shuttle was found amongst other debris in a dried up lake bed. NASA entrusted this hard drive to Kroll Ontrack to recover as much data as possible...

Read more here: www.krollontrack.co.uk

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