Dordain on ISS Transportation: We Have no Transportation Policy

European space chief: International Space Station in 'chaos', The Telegraph

Speaking at the Paris Air Show on Monday, Mr Dordain said: "We are not in a very comfortable situation, and that's just a euphemism. The biggest lesson from the international space station programme is entirely the lack of a joint transportation policy."

"The International Space Station is a splendid co-operation between five partners, but they did make a mistake ... we didn't discuss things sufficiently."

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