1982-02-01

Space Operations Center Command and Control Station Concepts 821498

This paper discusses the origin of the command station concepts for the Space Operations Center that Boeing Aerospace Company defined for NASA-Johnson Space Center. This discussion includes the description of the mission scenario used to define command and control requirements and the relevant requirements imposed by NASA. These requirements were analyzed to produce command center configurations and control panel layouts. The types of controls and displays to be used are discussed.

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