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AA 149: Operation of Aerospace Systems

This course provides a connection with the products of aerospace design through the use of tours, guest speakers, flight simulation, and hands-on exposure to systems used by pilots and space mission operators. We discuss real-world experiences with operators of spacecraft and launch vehicles, and we hear from pilots of manned and unmanned aircraft. Skills required to operate systems in the past, present, and future are addressed. Students will also develop an appreciation of the effects of human factors on aviation safety and the importance of space situational awareness. Anticipated tours include an air traffic control facility and a spacecraft operations center. Some class sessions will be off campus tours at local facilities; these will require some scheduling flexibility outside of normal class hours.
Terms: Aut | Units: 1
Instructors: Barrows, A. (PI)
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