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Anyone who has reviewed the Integrated Space Plan in detail will recognize many elements of the ISP in this report, which was published at about the time the original ISP was being created by Ron Jones. This NASA document is very much related to the original Integrated Space Plan of 1989. Many elements of the ISP are discussed in detail in this Study. This may be a seminal resource for review of many long term exploration goals.
"The NASA Office of Exploration (OEXP) goal is to provide and implement a plan leading to selection of a national space exploration initiative by 1992. This study responds to the OEXP objective of developing options and recommendations for a focused program for human exploration of the solar system. The results of fiscal year (FY)1988 efforts are described and a framework for more detailed studies in FY 1989 and subsequent years is provided.
Exploration options will require the integrated development and operation of several transportation systems, planetary surface systems, and logistic nodes to achieve the OEXP exploration goal. Some systems already exist such as the National Space Transportation System (NSTS), or are in the process of development such as Space Station Freedom. Others required to support the exploration options will be defined conceptually within this report. The OEXP has developed an annual cyclic process for space exploration study activities. An overview of the process for FY 1988 is shown in figure 1.1-1. The effort involves organizations throughout the Agency as well as academic institutions and industry. OEXP initiates science and user experiment/facility definition studies to identify and define the science potential and objectives for human exploration. The resulting opportunities are sorted by various themes, in order to define exploration strategies which form the basis to initiate the study and synthesis activity. This annual study activity produces technical and programmatic case study descriptions needed to evaluate various exploration alternatives. " - NASA