[E–pub/E–book] Digital Apollo: Human and Machine in Spaceflight (Mit Press)

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EngineersDigital Apollo examines the design and execution of each of the six Apollo moon landings drawing on transcripts and data telemetry from the flights astronaut interviews and NASA s extensive archives Mindell s exploration of how human pilots and automated and NASA s extensive archives Mindell s exploration of how human pilots and automated worked together to achieve the ultimate in flight a lunar landing traces and reframes the debate over the future of humans and automation in space The results have implications for any venture in which human roles seem threatened by automated systems whether it is the work in which human roles seem threatened by automated systems whether it is the work our desktops or the future of exploratio. ,
Digital Apollo: Human and Machine in Spaceflight (Mit Press)Amous moment as a Point For An Of for an exploration of relationship between humans and computers in the Apollo program In each of the six Apollo landings the astronaut in command seized control from the computer and landed with his hand on the stick Mindell recounts the story of astronauts desire to control their spacecraft in parallel with hand on the stick Mindell recounts the story of astronauts desire to control their spacecraft in parallel with history of the Apollo Guidance Computer From the early days of aviation through the birth of spaceflight test pilots and astronauts sought to bethan spam in a can despite the automatic controls digital computers and software developed by. ,

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How human pilots and automated systems worked together to achieve the
Ultimate In Flight The 
in flight the landings of NASA s Apollo programAs Apollo s Lunar Module descended toward the moon
ultimate in flight the lunar landings of NASA s Apollo programAs Apollo s Lunar Module descended toward the moon automatic control a program alarm in the uidance computer s software nearly caused a mission abort Neil Armstrong responded by switching off the automatic mode and taking direct control He stopped monitoring the computer and began flying the spacecraft relying on skill to land it and earning praise for a triumph of human over machine In Digital Apollo engineer historian David Mindell takes this ,