Following the landing of Space Shuttle Columbia on July 27, this close-up view shows what appear to be three small holes in the liquid hydrogen tubes inside the nozzle on main engine No. 3. Engineers will examine the engine to determine if a possible hydrogen leak occurred during the STS-93 launch on July 23. (Photo Release Date: 07/28/1999 )
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