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Years in Review

2016 Year in Review

Published: 2/21/2017
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NASA administers 451.2 acres in two areas of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) used historically for the research, development, and testing of rocket engines associated with programs such as Apollo and the Space Shuttle. This Year in Review is intended to present highlights from the work accomplished at SSFL over the past year as NASA moves closer to our goal of a cleanup that protects human health and the environment.

2015 Year in Review

Published: 1/26/2016
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NASA continues with investigation and cleanup activities in two areas used historically for research, development and testing of rocket engines at Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL). This document provides highlights of some of NASA’s accomplishments in the past year and NASA’s ongoing commitment to communicating with neighbors and community members about progress we make.

2014 Year in Review

Published: 1/9/2015
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NASA continues with investigation and cleanup activities in two areas used historically for research, development and testing of rocket engines at Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL). This document provides highlights of some of NASA’s accomplishments in the past year and NASA’s ongoing commitment to communicating with neighbors and community members about progress we make.

2013 Year in Review

Published: 2/3/2014
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NASA continued environmental investigation and cleanup in two areas used historically for research, development, and testing of rocket engines at Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL). We remain committed to the cleanup and to communicating with community members and neighbors about progress being made. Here is a sampling of the work we performed in 2013.

2012 Year in Review

Published: 1/31/2013
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NASA administers 451.2 acres in two areas of Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) used historically for the research, development, and testing of rocket engines associated with programs such as Apollo and the Space Shuttle. NASA is committed to a cleanup of these areas to a level protective of public health and the environment. NASA continued environmental investigations and cleanup at SSFL in 2012 and we remain committed to ongoing communication with the public.

2011 Year in Review

Published: 2/1/2012
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NASA administers 451.2 acres in two areas of Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) used historically for the research, development, and testing of rocket engines associated with programs such as Apollo and the Space Shuttle. NASA is committed to a cleanup of these areas to a level protective of public health and the environment. During 2011, NASA continued its environmental investigations and cleanup at SSFL and its commitment to ongoing communication with the public. Project highlights are summarized here, and more information is available on this website.

2010 Year in Review

Published: 1/21/2011
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NASA administers 451.2 acres in two areas of Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) used historically for the research, development, and testing of rocket engines associated with the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. NASA is committed to a cleanup of those areas to a level protective of public health and the environment. During 2010, NASA continued its environmental investigations and cleanup at SSFL and demonstrated its commitment to ongoing communication with the public. Project highlights are summarized below and more information including new fact sheets is available on this website.

2009 Year in Review

Published: 1/11/2010
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NASA administers 451.2 acres in two areas of Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) used historically for the research, development, and testing of rocket engines associated with the Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. NASA is committed to a cleanup of those areas to a level protective of public health and the environment. During 2009, NASA continued its environmental investigations and cleanup at SSFL and demonstrated its commitment to ongoing communication with the public. Project highlights are summarized below and more information including new fact sheets is available on this website.