The space shuttle Columbia, after a troubled but historic mission, Tuesday, at the Kennedy Space Center. Shuttle Commander Eileen Collins, the first woman ever to fill that job, took manual control of Columbia at about 30,000 feet, executed a 236-degree right overhead turn and landed the spacecraft like an airplane at 11:20 p.m. EDT .
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