Launching a rocket involves a controlled transition of the rocket subsystems from a quiescent state to the launch state (i.e., lift-off). In order to launch safely, with confidence that the rocket will successfully complete its mission, the state-of-health for all rocket subsystems and critical ground support equipment must be closely monitored throughout the launch process. This is accomplished by the ground support engineers using mission-specific ground support equipment. A subset of the GSE, the Remote Electrical Ground Interface System (REGIS), is located nearest the rocket to which it's connected via the Umbilical, a wiring harness providing power, sensor, and control lines. The REGIS also connects via Ethernet to the Ground Launch Computer (GLC).
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Software Package Details
Title: GLC_Exec v. 1.2.1
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