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Strategy for Safely Returning Space Shuttle to Flight Status

By Brown, George E. Jr.

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Title: Strategy for Safely Returning Space Shuttle to Flight Status  
Author: Brown, George E. Jr.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Federal Depository Library Program, Political science.
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Excerpts: The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10 o?clock, in room 2318, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Bill Nelson (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding. Mr. NELSON. Good morning. The subcommittee will come to order. In the months since the Challenger accident, this subcommittee has held hearings on the budgetary and programmatic impacts of this tragedy. We?ve explored the actions of the administration and the Congress, which actions we?ll have to pursue in order to maintain assured access to space. Now we think that we have reached a point in time that we have to start exploring what must be done in order to safely return the shuttle to flight status.

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CONTENTS WITNESSES Page May 15, 1986: Richard Truly, Associate Administrator, Office of Space Flight, NASA, Washington, Dc, Jesse Moore, Director, Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX Arnold Aldrich, Manager, National Space Transportation Systems, Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX; Robert L. Cnp pen, Deputy Director, Flight Crew Operations, Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX; John W. Young, Chief, Astronaut Office, Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX; and Paul Weitz, Deputy Chief, John Brizendine, Chairman, Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel; Norman R. Parmet, Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel; Herbert Grier, Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel; Seymour C. Himmel, Aerospace Safety Advisory (111) Astronaut Office, Johnson Space Center, NASA, Houston, TX .................. Panel; and Norris J. Brone, Safety Advisory Panel ...................................... 4 94

 

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