NASA IG Faults ISS Radiation Monitor Development

HOUSTON — NASA’s International Space Station program misjudged the cost, schedule and requirements for crew radiation monitoring instruments aboard the six-person orbiting science laboratory, according to a Sept. 29 report issued by the agency’s inspector general, Paul Martin. The 38-page audit of...

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