Useful recommendations for NASA:
An aerospace panel is warning NASA that relying on private companies to send astronauts into space would raise serious safety issues.
The federal watchdog Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel said that outsourcing would be “unwise and probably not cost-effective” because private space companies are not yet technically advanced enough to safely put astronauts into orbit, The Wall Street Journal reported.
When has it ever raised safety issues before?
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