NASA has developed a "return to flight" plan for future shuttle missions. The new report shows flights resuming as early as March.
Officials are looking at a March to April launch window, but that could easily change if NASA isn't able to meet all of its targeted safety steps.
The report offers a look at the steps the space agency has been taking, or is considering, to comply with recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
On the Net: www.nasa.gov.
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