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graylensman

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A camera on a boom?! How about, oh i dunno... suiting up two-three astronauts and let them scoot around the surface of the ship to look for problems?
 

illini

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Originally posted by shrox
Amazing. Private industry is about to enter space, while NASA can't figure out how to put a camera on a stick to take a look under the shuttle...
Amen. Time push NASA aside and let the guys with the motivation, enthusiasm, AND capability take over. NASA is hopelessly lost to bureaucracy...there is no turning them around. Rutan's the man. Best move for the government now is simply to get out of his way.
 

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suiting up two-three astronauts and let them scoot around the surface of the ship to look for problems?
problem,no hand-holds on the shuttle
 

qMaxx

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Originally posted by stymye
problem,no hand-holds on the shuttle
Yep, and the MMU has been retired since before Challenger was lost.
 

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And the tiles are too fragile to take the human contact.
 
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