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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Laurel Clark
Ten years ago Friday, the space shuttle Columbia was destroyed and its seven astronauts killed during the final minutes of its flight.
He was just 8 when NASA lost the space shuttle Columbia and he lost his astronaut mom.
Skydiver Felix Baumgartner's attempt at the highest, fastest free fall in history Tuesday is more than just a stunt.
Experienced skydiver and extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner hopes to take the leap of his life Tuesday, attempting the highest, fastest free fall in history.
"His life is like about as idyllic as you could imagine, considering all ... he's been through," said Clark, who is still protective of Iain's privacy.
"It's tough losing a mom, that's for sure. I think Iain was the most affected," said Clark, a neurologist. "My goal was to keep him alive. That was the plan. It was kind of dicey for a while. There was a lot of darkness _ for him and me."