With the announcement of the Vision for U.S. Space Exploration, NASA has formed a new Exploration Systems Enterprise charged with development of systems to be used in the exploration of the moon, Mars, and other destinations. A key component of that enterprise is Project Constellation which is responsible for all of the systems necessary for human exploration. It is essential that those systems be integrated effectively for the mission to succeed. To assist with this objective, NASA asked the NRC to assess the relative merits of seven approaches for systems integration. This letter report presents this assessment. It provides a list of 21 criteria for judging the capability of each of the approaches to succeed in this complex integration task, and ratings of how well each can fulfill those criteria
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|Attachment A: Statement of Task||21-22|
|Attachment B: Committee Membership Roster and Biographies||23-28|
|Attachment C: Program Briefings||29-29|
|Attachment D: Systems Integration Tasks||30-31|
|Attachment E: Optional Tasks||32-32|
|Attachment F: Acknowledgment of Reviewers||33-34|
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