In addition to providing documents and information, the site will allow the public to track committee activities, receive regular updates and provide input through Web 2.0 tools such as Twitter, Flickr, user-submitted questions, polls and RSS feeds.
Additional features and content may be added as the committee's activities continue.
"The human space flight program belongs to everyone," committee chairman Norman Augustine said. "Our committee would hope to benefit from the views of all who would care to contact us," he added.
Anyone may use the Web site to submit questions, upload documents or comment about topics relevant to the committee's operations.
The committee will conduct public meetings during the course of the review. The first will be held on Jun 17 in Washington, D C.