Shuttle holds back ISS

Coppinger, Rob
March 2004
Engineer (00137758);3/5/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7646, p5
Reports that the International Space Station (ISS) is unlikely to be completed unless radical decisions are made and U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration's space shuttle program is abandoned before 2010. Need to develop on-orbit repair technology; Target completion date of the ISS.


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