From: Garvey J. Dyer (
Date: Fri Feb 07 2003 - 20:34:33 EST

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    Hmmm...  Could it be that the 'protrusion' is a jagged edge created by 
    the loss of the preceding portion, which would connect that 'edge' to 
    the fuselage?
    When that [missing] portion is intact it would smoothen/erase the 
    'protruding' area?
    We would then be talking about a sizable chunk.
    Garvey J. Dyer
    Bethesda, MD (USA)
    39.0 N   77.1 W
    Robert G Fenske Jr wrote:
    > 	The web page
    > with the article about the USAF images of the in-flight Columbia has been
    > updated with one of the images.  It must be a lower-resolution (I hope
    > anyway) copy because I all I can tell is that there may be some kind of
    > protrusion at the front of the left wing.
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