WmHBlair writes: Data recovered from a 400MB Seagate hard drive carried on the Space Shuttle Columbia has been used to complete a physics experiment performed on the mission in space. The Johnson Space Center sent the recovered drive to Kroll Ontrack in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Considering the shape the drive was in (see picture at http://blocksandfiles.com/article/5056), it could indeed qualify for the 'most amazing disk data recovery ever.'
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