Robert E. Parks
Although the problem with the Hubble Space Telescope can be pinpointed to a single error, a look at the bigger picture shows that the difficulty was much more complex. Many unforeseen yet interrelated design, management, and schedule conflicts contributed to the error. While it would make a fascinating story to conjecture on these matters, here we address the logical steps taken to find the error.
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Publish Date: 01 April 1991
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