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- NASA has a unique history in processing the Space Shuttle fleet for launches. Some of this experience has been captured in the NASA Lessons Learned Information System (LLIS). This tool provides a convenient way for design engineers to review lessons from the past to prevent problems from reoccurring and incorporate positive lessons in new designs. At the Kennedy Space Center, the LLIS is being used to design ground support equipment for the next generation of launch and crewed vehicles. This paper describes the LLIS process and offers some examples.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 20120017921.
2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference; 2-9 Mar. 2013; Big Sky, MT; United States.
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