SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. July 21 Suborbital Scientist Training Course
The course culminated on the third day with centrifuge runs simulating the complete suborbital flight profile of the Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo vehicle. The participants also completed a distraction and time management exercise to introduce the need for teamwork, planning, and practice. This maximizes the chances mission success in the short and potentially stressful time available on suborbital flights.
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