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Crew Office evaluation of a precision lunar landing system

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3 Author(s)
Major, L.M. ; Charles Stark Draper Lab., Inc., Cambridge, MA, USA ; Duda, K.R. ; Hirsh, R.L.

A representative Human System Interface for a precision lunar landing system, ALHAT, has been developed as a platform for prototype visualization and interaction concepts. This facilitates analysis of crew interaction with advanced sensors and AGNC systems. Human-in-the-loop evaluations with representatives from the Crew Office (i.e. astronauts) and Mission Operations Directorate (MOD) were performed to refine the crew role and information requirements during the final phases of landing. The results include a number of lessons learned from Shuttle that are applicable to the design of a human supervisory landing system and cockpit. Overall, the results provide a first order analysis of the tasks the crew will perform during lunar landing, an architecture for the Human System Interface based on these tasks, as well as details on the information needs to land safely.

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Aerospace Conference, 2011 IEEE

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5-12 March 2011