WRAPUP 1-Toyota safety probe taps U.S. rocket scientists


* U.S. space agency NASA to help on Toyota probe * U.S. Toyota study to run through late summer * Other scientists to study acceleration issue in industry By John Crawley and Chang-Ran Kim WASHINGTON/TOKYO, March 30 (Reuters) - U.S. auto safety regulators said on Tuesday they will tap the expertise of the country's top space and aeronautics experts to analyze Toyota Motor Corp's electronic throttles to see if they are behind the reports of unintended acceleration that have hounded ...

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