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Re: Full Committee Hearing- NASA: Past, Present, and Future
« Reply #40 on: 02/16/2017 09:34 PM »
Archived video is up:
“All engineering experiments generate valuable data, the failures are the ones that yield the most”
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Re: Full Committee Hearing- NASA: Past, Present, and Future
« Reply #41 on: 02/17/2017 04:14 AM »
Schmitt: According to Kranz, average age during Apollo was 26. Need for younger people involved...
Impossible with a hiring freeze, of course.
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Re: Full Committee Hearing- NASA: Past, Present, and Future
« Reply #42 on: 02/17/2017 03:50 PM »
Schmitt: According to Kranz, average age during Apollo was 26. Need for younger people involved...
Impossible with a hiring freeze, of course.
The hearing wasn't really about solutions as much as talking about the "glory days"...
“All engineering experiments generate valuable data, the failures are the ones that yield the most”
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