Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Against All Odds

NASA Set To Loose Another Shuttle

NASA looses a shuttle in 1986 due to bureaucratic inertia. 16 years later they loose another for the same reason. But demonstrating new efficiency, they seem determined to drastically slash that 16 year turn around time down to a perhaps two or three years.

You see, after loosing Columbia back in 2002, NASA did all sorts of studies on what needed to be done before they re-launched another White Elephant...err shuttle. Of course they haven't met their own guidelines, but the shuttles on the pad, ready to go! Who says the government can't improve its track record.

Safety panel: NASA failed to fix critical issues with shuttle

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