By Steven Siceloff,
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Every astronaut who flies into space should go with the confidence that every detail of their spacecraft, rocket and mission has been thought-through and evaluated carefully, engineer Michael Ravenscroft said. That’s one of the reasons that the Commercial Crew Program engineer takes so little for granted as the program steers itself and partners toward a new dawn of human spaceflight from American soil.
“It’s one of those things you always think about – you don’t want to put anybody at unnecessary risk,” Ravenscroft said.
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