How will the Columbia accident affect ISS development?

Will not affect it
19% (70 votes)
Will slow it down
60% (224 votes)
Will dramatically reduce it
18% (66 votes)
Will stop it
3% (12 votes)
Total votes: 372
Anonymous – Wed, 2003 – 02 – 12 07:58

I think that it will not

I think that it will not affect the deployment 'cause there are other nations participating, especially the Russians. So there should be no prob.

Submitted by nalikap on Sat, 2006-02-25 00:38.

Re: How will the Columbia accident affect ISS development?

I think it will slow it down,while NASA rethinks a few things for future safety,and precautions they might not have looked at.WA1RKS.

Submitted by WA1RKS on Sat, 2003-02-22 19:14.

Re: How will the Columbia accident affect ISS development?

Agree with that.

This situation will make the financial problems even worst.

Submitted by iz6byy on Sun, 2003-02-23 15:09.

Re: How will the Columbia accident affect ISS development?

Safety is most important for develop on space, nasa must need re study new safety systems and spend more about it before, they need new shuttle soon most safety

Submitted by iv3bse on Sat, 2003-03-29 21:06.

Re: How will the Columbia accident affect ISS development?

To me ISS should be called space station Delta,or even better Korolov.So it`s maybe a bit strong,but i think it will go better!
Now it`s even more like MIR 2,and don`t we know who have the most experience,dare to fly while taking risk to learn,and use the
most tested k.i.s.s. tech.....
And there is only one cosmoham,RZ3FK,
also Russian.

Chris PA5RWE

Submitted by PA5RWE on Thu, 2003-05-01 01:10.
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