UNL Professor resigns from the NASA Safety advisory panel

In February of this year Arthure Zigulbomb was appointed as one of nine members on the NASA safety advisory panel. Not even a year on board, he's giving his resignation. The safety advisory board advises NASA on safety operations and facilities. But after the space shuttle Columbia disaster, it's nine members are resigning in order to revamp the panel.

Zigulbomb says another disaster like shuttle Columbia could happen on the international space station, if NASA doesn't step in soon. Eight other members resigned. He says their are no hard feelings tied to their resignations, he's says the best wy to revamp the panel is with a clean slate.