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NASA-LLIS-0651

Lessons Learned – Environmental Test Methods for Ground Support Equipment

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Organization: NASA
Publication Date: 2 March 2000
Status: active
Page Count: 10
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Defines test methods for determining the capability of ground support equipment (GSE) and other facility hardware to function when exposed to the natural and induced environments peculiar to the prelaunch and launch conditions at Kennedy Space Center (KSC). Provides guidelines for the preparation of detailed test procedures and for the preparation of the environmental test portions of design specifications.

Document History

NASA-LLIS-0651
March 2, 2000
Lessons Learned – Environmental Test Methods for Ground Support Equipment
Practice: Defines test methods for determining the capability of ground support equipment (GSE) and other facility hardware to function when exposed to the natural and induced environments peculiar...

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