NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.


SP-287 What Made Apollo a Success?

[iii] CONTENTS

  1. Introduction. George M. Low.

  2. Design Principles Stressing Simplicity. Kenneth S. Kleinknecht.

  3. Testing to Ensure Mission Success. Scott H. Simpkinson.

  4. Apollo Crew Procedures, Simulation, and Flight Planning. Warren J. North and C. H. Woodling.

  5. Flight Control in the Apollo Program. Eugene F. Kranz and James Otis Covington.

  6. Action on Mission Evaluation and Flight Anomalies. Donald D. Arabian.

  7. Techniques of Controlling the Trajectory. Howard W. Tindall, Jr.

  8. Flexible Yet Disciplined Mission Planning. C. C. Kraft, Jr., J. P. Mayer, C. R. Huss, and R. P. Parten.

 

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