Despite delays in the start of U.S. commercial human spaceflight services to the International Space Station (ISS), being developed under public-private partnerships that could serve as a model for future space endeavors, two NASA oversight groups say there is no evidence crew safety issues are taking a back seat to schedule concerns. However, the Government Accountability Office and the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) warned that certifications of SpaceX and Boeing ISS crew ...

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