Commercial Crew Next Up for HSS&T Hearing

Commercial Crew Next Up for HSS&T Hearing

The House Science, Space and Technology (HSS&T) Committee’s next space-related hearing will be held next week. The topic is the commercial crew program.

The hearing is on Wednesday, October 26, at 10:00 am in 2318 Rayburn House Office Building. The witnesses have not been publicly announced, but the precise title of the hearing is NASA’s Commercial Crew Development Program: Accomplishments and Challenges.

This will be the committee’s sixth hearing this year on issues affecting the human spaceflight program. In March, it held a hearing reviewing NASA’s exploration program in transition. In May, it looked at commercial cargo issues and in July at NASA’s Space Launch System. In September, the committee heard from Neil Armstrong, Gene Cernan, Mike Griffin and Maria Zuber about the past, present and future of human spaceflight, and last week held a hearing on lessons learned from Russia’s Soyuz launch failure for operations of the ISS.

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