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Offline NASA_Twix_JSC

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Re: NASA solves YERO problem for shuttle
« Reply #1 on: 02/20/2007 01:07 AM »
It's a good plan and well worked. But I can't see this being used because they'll want to avoid such a mission running over this time of year due to overtime costs.

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Re: NASA solves YERO problem for shuttle
« Reply #2 on: 02/20/2007 02:06 AM »
Very nice work on this solution. The process (followed on L2) has been impressive. Good leadership from Wayne Hale also, as it looked like they would do away with a solution at one stage, only for him to insist.
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Re: NASA solves YERO problem for shuttle
« Reply #3 on: 02/20/2007 11:25 AM »
STS-123 is early December I thought?

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Re: NASA solves YERO problem for shuttle
« Reply #4 on: 02/20/2007 11:33 AM »
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Captain Scarlet - 20/2/2007  12:25 PM

STS-123 is early December I thought?

NET December 29 on the latest "work to" dates on NASA documentation. Slip to Jan on future planning estimates.

Traci Watson of USA Today asked Wayne Hale about problems of losing one of the five missions to 2008, and if you watch the video of his presser, you can get the impression of how this is heading. But it really isn't a problem at all. After all, it's only a month.

Here's the clip:

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