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Safety and MIssion Success Review

The Safety and Mission Success Review (SMSR) video provides an introduction to the SMSR, which is a voice-recorded, predecisional briefing co-chaired by the NASA Chief of Safety and Mission Assurance and the NASA Chief Engineer. The purpose of the SMSR is to independently assess the readiness to proceed with a NASA mission, both human and robotic, as well as test flights and demonstrations of commercially-developed launch vehicles and spacecraft.

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