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Shuttle's Foam Problem Solved?

10/31/2005 12:00 PM

NASA scientists believe that they may have solved the flying-foam problem that has grounded the space shuttle program since its last flight in July. Wayne Hale, the shuttle's program manager, reports that a series of tests must still be run to test the solution. If the results are positive, the next shuttle mission will likely come in May.

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