NASA won't rush shuttle back into space

09/9/2003 | USA Today · NYTimes.com

NASA released its "return to space" plan yesterday, but said it had no specific date when the shuttle would fly again, according to William F. Readdy, associate administrator for space flight. The agency will have to rework engineering and safety functions of the shuttle program in response to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board report, Readdy said.

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