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NASA is preparing a backup shuttle and rescue crew in case shuttle Discovery has problems in May. Rescue flights have been become more of an issue since shuttle Columbia broke up in reentry two years ago. SF writers have been working on this since th (Read
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|"Lest we forget, the Original Shuttle design had a "crew escape pod" built in.
Short sighted managment and the almighty bottom line killed two shuttle crews."
(Jay Whittle 2/2/2005 12:37:10 PM)
|"I think scientist are doing a good job to save our lives,because they also updates us with the oncoming informaton,so keep the good work guys.from P.T Mathosi "
(Ponstho Terrence Mathosi 2/21/2005 9:26:52 AM)
|"With all this space tech. used for planning rescues, has anyone noticed that all the astronauts that have died have done so because of management decisions to "save" money" and ignore problems?"
(Don Boyer 3/5/2005 9:29:44 AM)
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