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.

rk Goes to the Marshall Space Flight Center!

Well, I finally made it down to the Marshall Space Flight Center.   Now, I thought I was in the South since I now live in the rinky-dink state of Maryland, which is south of the Mason-Dixon line.  But down there, well, they do talk kind of funny with those accents; luckily, me being a Nooo Yawker, I don't got no accent.

On the other hand, the engineers at Marshall did display excellent Southern Hospitality, as you can see below, as they prepare for a seminar on Reliable Design.  Hmmm ... now where did I leave my most recent SF-171.  :-)

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