NASA Panel Urges Ongoing Space Station Safety Focus

Astronauts work inside the International Space Station.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s independent Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) raised a number of concerns about the International Space Station (ISS) Feb. 18 during its first quarterly meeting of 2021. The concerns ranged from ensuring a continuing U.S. presence aboard the orbiting science lab to a small but...

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