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RAS-2009-013/JS-2009-005

Overview: The JSC Flight Safety Office maintains the Significant Incidents and Close Calls in Human Spaceflight graphic to provide continuing visibility of the risks inherent with space exploration and provide engineers with a summary of past experience. It is hoped this information will be used to learn from the past and make present and future missions safer.

OSMA Assessments Team SAIC Flight Safety & Integration Office 2/11/2009 OSMA Assessments Team SAIC Flight Safety & Integration Office 2/11/2009

RAS-2009-013/JS-2009-005

Abbreviations and Acronyms

AC APU ASTP ATO BMP CO2 DM ENG EPS EVA FC FGB FSO G Air Conditioner Auxiliary Power Unit Advanced Systems Technology Program Abort to Orbit Russian Trace Contaminant Removal System (Air Purifier) Carbon Di-Oxide Descent Module Engine Electrical Power System Extravehicular Activity Flight Controller Zarya (Sunrise) Module on ISS Flight Safety Office Gravity GPC GPS GIRA H2 ISS LH2 LOC LOV ME METOX MMOD N2O4 O2 OSMA General Purpose Computer Global Positioning System Galley Iodine Removal Assembly Hydrogen International Space Station Liquid Hydrogen Loss of Crew Loss of Vehicle Mechanical Medical Oxygen Micro-Meteoroid Orbital Debris Nitrogen Tetroxide Oxygen Office of Saftey & Mission Assurance (NASA HQ) PASS PSI RCS RIP RS S&MA SM SRB SSP STS TBS TPS Primary Avionics Software System Pounds per Square Inch Reaction Control System Rapid Information Page Russian Segment Safety and Mission Assurance Service Module Solid Rocket Booster Space Shuttle Program Shuttle Transportation System To Be Supplied Thermal Protection System

Significant Incidents and Close Calls in Human Spaceflight

S&MA Flight Safety Office

Safety & Mission Assurance Support Services Contract OSMA Assessments Team Rapid Information Page

February 10, 2009

Rapid Information Pages (RIPs) are a product of the JSC S&MA Flight Safety Office (FSO) and the OSMA Assessment Team. RIPs assemble and clarify best available data from multiple sources to help S&MA decision makers quickly develop a fully informed and holistic perspective of key factors involved in the risk-based decision process. For further information, please contact: David Thelen, NASA

Manager, S&MA Flight Safety Office JSC Safety & Mission Assurance Directorate Email: [email protected]

Nigel Packham, Ph.D., NASA

Associate Director, Technical JSC Safety & Mission Assurance Directorate Email: [email protected]

Bill Wood, SAIC

Coordinator, OSMA Assessment Team Science Applications International Corp. Email: [email protected]

National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas

OSMA Assessments Team SAIC Flight Safety & Integration Office 2/11/2009 OSMA Assessments Team SAIC Flight Safety & Integration Office 2/11/2009

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