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Each test engineering group submitted their activities on a tentative schedule to the test conductor in advance of the all-hands meeting. m. meeting. Once approved and signed at the meeting, the schedule was reproduced and used as “marching orders” for the day. m. The MIC room contained a waterfall chart showing the schedule for all activities needed to launch the stage. Central to this was the schedule of all required test procedures. 14 Spacecraft operations cartoon about schedule shuffling during Apollo 16 processing.
You will hear much of the process flow described in the first person, told by the people who did the work. Nearly every aspect of the process is recounted from the perspective of someone who was an engineer or technician, who ran tests or conducted operations, who worked on the launch vehicle or the spacecraft or the support organizations. You’ll hear the thoughts of both government and contractor employees. More than 70 Apollo-era workers from KSC contributed directly to this book through interviews, personal written records, photographs, diagrams, and drawings.
Most of this is referred to as ground support equipment (GSE), which was operated and controlled by electrical support equipment (ESE). GSE and ESE interfaced directly with the space vehicle and had to be carefully managed. MANAGING THE PROGRAM The staggering scope of the Apollo program became clearer as plans moved forward and NASA geared up for the Moon missions in the early 1960s. NASA had fewer than 100 months to design and build new facilities in Houston, Huntsville, and Florida, hire tens of thousands of employees with technical degrees or experience, select contractors to build the flight hardware, manage the overwhelming flow of paperwork that would be needed to control the project, and fly the missions.