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    Information on the mission, background, standing committees, members, meeting dates, agenda, minutes, recommendations, responses and presentations.

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  • Final Report of the International Space Station Independent Safety Task Force, Feb. 27, 2007

  • Overview of the DART Mishap Investigation Results, May 2006

  • Genesis Mishap Report, June 2006

  • FY 2006 Performance and Accountability Report

  • Return to Flight Task Group

  • Exploration Systems Architecture Study -- Final Report, November 2005

  • Diaz Report, Jan. 30, 2004
    "A Renewed Commitment to Excellence" is an assessment of agency-wide response to the findings of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board report.

  • Helios Mishap Report, January 2004

  • NOAA N-Prime Mishap Investigation, Final Report, Sept. 13, 2004

  • Presidential Space Commission Report, June 16, 2003
    A Presidential Commission headed by Edward C. "Pete" Aldridge, Jr. releases its report on implementation of The Vision for Space Exploration -- NASA's plans to return to the Moon, travel to Mars and Beyond.

  • X-43A Mishap Investigation, July 23, 2003
    The investigation board concluded no single factor led to the mishap, but pointed instead to design deficiencies.

  • Space Telescope Transition Plan Review Panel Report, August 2003
    An independent panel of astronomers identified three options for NASA to consider in planning the transition from the Hubble Space Telescope to the James Webb Space Telescope at the start of the next decade.

  • Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report
    An independent board chaired by retired U.S. Navy Admiral Harold Gehman releases its findings and recommendations on the Feb. 1, 2003, loss of Columbia on mission STS-107. August 26, 2003
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  • Contour Mishap Board Completes Investigation, Oct. 15, 2003
    NASA's Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) Mishap Investigation Board (MIB) identified four possible causes for the failure of the comet-rendezvous mission launched in July 2002. The Board concluded the probable proximate cause for this accident was structural failure of the spacecraft due to plume heating during the embedded solid-rocket motor burn.

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