House Continues To Push Griffin on Air Safety Data

House Committee on Science and TechnologyMembers Urge NASA to Speed Release of Air Safety Survey Data

"Committee Members called NASA's refusal "troubling" and "unconvincing." Administrator Griffin announced at the October 31 hearing that NASA would release the NOAMS data, reversing NASA's earlier stance. Now however, NASA is claiming that the data may not be fully released for up to a year from now. In their letter today to Dr. Griffin, Committee leaders noted that, "...we are troubled by NASA's plan to take up to a year to complete the release of the NAOMS data, and we consider such a delay to be totally unacceptable."

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