The National Academy of Sciences Committee recommended that NASA abandon a robotic mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope and fly a manned mission to repair it instead. Is their assessment to recommend a manned mission sound? Does it meet the criteria of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board?
Pastorek, Paul G.
"The Hubble Servicing Mission Controversy: Is the Risk of a Manned Mission Reasonable?,"
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