Delo On What Space Shuttle Crash Means for Americans

Ljubljana, 3 February - "Columbia" had been one of the most convincing symbols of American technological, economic and military superiority over all others in the sky and on earth. America was again glued to TV screens in helpless observation of the quick downfall of greatness. The fiery ball in the morning blue sky reminded the Americans too much of the scenes from September 11. And powerlessness is the sense Americans hate the most. Many even say that before September 11 they had never experienced it, says Delo.

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