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Forum:Exploration: Asteroids, Moon and Mars
Topic:NASA's Orion MPCV heat shield development
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SpaceAholicTake away the robots, add AVCO patches to the back of the technicians lab coats and we would be watching the production of an Apollo heatshield.
David Carey...except they didn't have iPods back then to jam down with while individually hand-loading ALL those hex-cells.

(Perhaps they are just ear-bud-looking hearing protection or something but filler #2 seems to have some tunes going on.)

I know voiding is a key concern but can't believe a (semi-)automated fill process hasn't been devised over all these years.

Fun to watch though....

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