Space Shuttle Launch Commit Criteria

Space Shuttle Launch Commit Criteria

launch commit criteria are the criteria which must be met in order for the countdown and launch of a space shuttle or other launch vehicle to continue. These criteria relate to safety issues and the general success of the launch, as opposed to supplemental data.

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