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Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Reveals its Findings

Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel Reveals its Findings

The members of the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) have issued its 2009 annual report on the U. S. space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The ASAP report reveals that continuing the NASA space shuttle fleet beyond the current manifest is "ill-advised".

According to ASAP chair Joseph W. Dyer, as stated within the NASA article, "The panel's report provides a summary of key safety-related issues the agency confronts at this time. The most important relate to the future of the nation's human spaceflight program".

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