NASA's Re-Return To Flight

NASA Sets Back Date for Next Shuttle Mission, NY Times

"We are not trying to get a specific number of flights out of the shuttle system," Dr. Griffin said, adding: "Absent major problems, we believe we can essentially complete the assembly of the space station with the shuttle fleet in the time that we have remaining. And that's what we're going to try to do."

NASA delays next shuttle launch until March, SF Chronicle

"One of the reasons I was very receptive to the minority report is we can't get (our plans) done unless we're listening to all of the hard truths," Griffin said. "I want to assure everybody that we will go over, in detail, the minority report, as well as the majority report. We'll decide what we want to do (next) in as responsible a fashion as we can muster."

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