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Space Studies Board: Annual Report 1996 Contents     From the Chair   iii 1   Charter and Organization of the Board   1 2   Activities and Membership   7 3   Summaries of Major Reports   31     3.1 Archiving Microgravity Flight Data and Samples,   31     3.2 Review of NASA’s Planned Mars Program,   39     3.3 Radiation Hazards to Crews of Interplanetary Missions: Biological Issues and Research Strategies,   41     3.4 Assessment of Recent Changes in the Explorer Program,   44 4   Short Reports   47     4.1 On Optimum Phasing for SIRTF,   47     4.2 On Internet Access to Astronaut Biomedical Data,   49     4.3 On Scientific Assessment of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Roadmap,   50     4.4 On the Planned National Space Biomedical Research Institute,   57     4.5 On NASA Mars Sample Return Mission Options,   59 5   Congressional Testimony   66     5.1 The Role of NASA Headquarters in Science Management,   66 6   Cumulative Bibliography   70     Appendixes   75     A.1 Letter on NASA Advanced Technology Development,   75     A.2 The Search for Origins: Findings of a Space Science Workshop, October 28–30, 1996,   77

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