Senate Hearing on NASA's Space Shuttle Program

"Full Committee hearing scheduled for Wednesday, September 8, at 10 a.m. in room 253 of the Russell Senate Office Building. Members will hear testimony examining the status of NASAs space shuttle program and NASA's efforts to implement the recommendations of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board. Senator McCain will preside."

8 September 2004: Testimony of Sean O'Keefe
8 September 2004: Testimony of Thomas P. Stafford

Editor's note: NASA's Office of Legislative Affairs seems to have been unaware that this hearing was happening. The last time they updated their website of 'upcoming hearings' was 27 July 2004. This hearing is not mentioned - nor is Sean O'Keefe's testimony posted as of 3:00 pm EDT.

8 September 2004: NASA: Fixing Shuttle Fleet Could Top $2B , AP

"NASA (news - web sites) administrator Sean O'Keefe said Wednesday the cost of fixing all the problems with the space shuttle fleet could top $2.2 billion double the estimated price tag given to Congress a year ago."

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