Accident board will not "grade" NASA

The Columbia Accident Investigation Board said they will not "grade" NASA to determine if the agency has satisfied safety reforms, Florida Today reports. Instead, board members say NASA should be evaluated as a whole, and efforts to address the cause of the Columbia disaster would prevent similar incidents. The space shuttle is scheduled to return to flight in May or June.

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