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Return to Flight Task Group Meeting Presentation

"The Return to Flight Task Group held a meeting today in Houston. NASA chartered the Task Group to perform an independent assessment of NASA's implementation of the 15 Return to Flight recommendations made by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board."

NASA Near to Meeting Safety Requirements for Launching in July, NY Times

"In a news conference at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, panel members said they saw no "show stoppers" that would prevent a liftoff in July."

Panel sees no roadblocks to space shuttle launch, Reuters

"The optimistic outlook came despite the fact that three of 15 recommendations made by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, or CAIB, have not yet been met."

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