Shuttle News: August 2004 Archives

26 August 2004: NASA Notes Some Progress in Making Shuttles Safer, NY Times

26 August 2004: NASA's backup plan involves rescue shuttles, space station, USA Today

26 August 2004: Still No Fix for Problem That Doomed Shuttle-NASA, Reuters

"One year after a highly critical report urged NASA to develop the means to fix a broken space shuttle in orbit, the U.S. space agency still cannot repair a hole the size of the one that doomed the seven Columbia astronauts, NASA said on Thursday."

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26 August 2004: NASA Notes Some Progress in Making Shuttles Safer, NY Times

26 August 2004: NASA's backup plan involves rescue shuttles, space station, USA Today

26 August 2004: Still No Fix for Problem That Doomed Shuttle-NASA, Reuters

"One year after a highly critical report urged NASA to develop the means to fix a broken space shuttle in orbit, the U.S. space agency still cannot repair a hole the size of the one that doomed the seven Columbia astronauts, NASA said on Thursday."


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