Aeronautics and Space Report of the President FY 1995 Activities


Space Communications

Mission Control and Data Systems

The past year marks several important accomplishments for Mission Control and Data Systems, which provide the control and performance analyses of NASA's robotic Earth-orbiting spacecraft. The Spacelab Data Processing Facility, previously located at the Goddard Space Flight Center, was consolidated successfully at the Marshall Space Flight Center, resulting in a cost savings of more than 50 percent in the processing of Spacelab and Shuttle-attached payloads data. In FY 1995, NASA Mission Control and Data Systems provided 39,500 hours of mission control services to 11 on-orbit science missions.


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Curator: Lillian Gipson
Last Updated: September 5, 1996
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