Shuttle program wants $1 billion in safety, obsolescence upgrades

NASA's Space Shuttle program has tentatively identified more than $500 million in high-payoff upgrades to enhance crew safety, and probably will need a like amount to replace avionics and other hardware expected to become obsolete in the next five years. The U.S. space agency's industry partners may...

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