the standard plan can work, of course, but this is NOT the ONLY way to be "wrong" ...you can be wrong ALSO if you accomplish a mission with twice the money or in twice the time or with half the results compared with better plans, so, the ESAS plan is RIGHT if compared with ITSELF while it's WRONG if compared with BETTER plansThey are not wrong, they are just not approaching it the same way that you would.
He asked for the HOW, not the "is it or isnt it".
I, for one, assume that the provisions for micro-meteorite safety has been made. But; I still have some questions about it, and would like to know HOW (just like boppa said). I'm sure there are differences between a ridgid and a flexible craft, but I would like to learn more about what that is.
just imagine the ESAS standard-Orion is your car... well, my SwissKnife-Orion is EXACTLY like your car with an additional Gasoline Can...
you always have that can in your car but you don't need to fill it for every travel... only IF and WHEN you NEED it for a LONG travel or a travel too away from Gas stations