FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2003 file photo, Rona Ramon, right, and Assaf Ramon, left, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, pay their respects beside his coffin during a memorial service at Ben Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv. Ten years after the loss of her husband followed by the loss of her son Assaf six years later, Ramon, 48, said she has slowly tried to rebuild her life, leading a foundation formed in memory of her husband and son and counseling others who are coping with tragedy.(AP Photo/ Paul Hanna, Pool, File)

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FILE - In this  Feb. 10, 2003 file photo, Rona Ramon, right, and Assaf Ramon, left, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, pay their respects beside his coffin during a memorial service at Ben Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv. Ten years after the loss of her husband followed by the loss of her son Assaf six years later,  Ramon, 48, said she has slowly tried to rebuild her life, leading a foundation formed in memory of her husband and son and counseling others who are coping with tragedy.(AP Photo/ Paul Hanna, Pool, File)
FILE - In this Feb. 10, 2003 file photo, Rona Ramon, right, and Assaf Ramon, left, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, pay their respects beside his coffin during a memorial service at Ben Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv. Ten years after the loss of her husband followed by the loss of her son Assaf six years later, Ramon, 48, said she has slowly tried to rebuild her life, leading a foundation formed in memory of her husband and son and counseling others who are coping with tragedy.(AP Photo/ Paul Hanna, Pool, File)
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