Covering the International Space Station’s (ISS) inception through the launching of the first two components nearly two decades later, this insider’s account details its demise from a once-promising global initiative to a project rife with controversy, dogged by delays, and filled with budget battles.
Explaining how the program struggled to survive in an environment with political and bureaucratic authorities that continually changed its goals, this study analyzes NASA’s past transgressions while eyeing the administration’s future.
Annual summaries detailing the station’s most recent developments are also included in this unique, firsthand report..
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