How ESAS Wants to Shrink The ISS - And Its Research Capabilities

NASA Exploration Systems Architecture Study: 28 Flight (Rev. G) ISS Assembly Sequence vs. 16 Flight Assembly Sequence

Editor's note: This chart was part of a series of internal presentations made at NASA during June 2005 on the progress of the Exploration Systems Architecture Study. Note the substantial decrease in ISS capability that would result if this was actually implemented.

NASA to reduce work on space station, Daily Yomiuri

"NASA likely will announce that most initial project plans, over which agreements have been made with the Japanese and other governments, will be stopped half-completed. Facilities that will need large supplies and other equipment used for low-priority experiments will be subject to the scaledown, according to the sources. Japan's planned facility also will be targeted for the cutback, the sources added."

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