[FPSPACE] Mir Gyrodynes Fail To Restart
Mon, 22 Jan 2001 12:26:27 -0500
How about in the sales of admission tickets to whatever museum
would end up housing the Mir sections?
And wouldn't Mir be valuable in terms of the data on how much
debris had hit it over the years in LEO, just as with LDEF?
At 11:13 AM 01/22/2001 -0500, Woods, Dave wrote:
>The question of returning Mir assets with the Shuttle have been
>addressed a number of times. The answer always comes up the
>same: spending hundreds of millions of dollars for a Shuttle
>mission to retrieve millions of dollars worth of Mir equipment
>unfortunately can not be justified, both in terms of cost as well as
>diversion of people to prepare for such a mission. The return on
>investment is not there, unfortunately.
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> On the wild idea side, could the Space Shuttle be
>> employed to rescue all or parts of it for return
>> to Earth?
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