Time Dumps (Again) on ISS

Another Glitch for NASA's Money Pit, Time

"There are bad ideas, and then there are true historic stinkers. Put the International Space Station in that second category. Today, the most underachieving machine NASA ever dreamed up got into trouble again, when computers that control the stations oxygen, water supply and orientation failed."

Editor's note: I suppose NASA's new Strategic Communications Framework (MIA once again) will just let this sit out there like a lump of coal - or someone will eventually have Mike Griffin write another empty (and obligatory) response that will appear where no one sees it in a week or two ...

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