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Ein Vortrag von Nabla auf der [[GPN16]].
Ein Vortrag von Nabla auf der [[GPN17]].


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== Abstract ==
I want to discover the history and the evolution of the Apollo and Saturn Program, from its intended purpose as a high lift space weapon to what we have come to know and cherish.
== Description ==
How do you organize and coordinate the tromendous efforts of developing and building a Moonrocket in about a century? How does it work? Why do it at all?
Everyone knows the 3 most famous of astronauts that wrote history, but one rarely hears about the up to 400 000 engineers, factory workers and adminestrative staff that built operated invented and tested the host of technologies and precesses that made this goal possible at all. From prioritiezed scheduling for the AGC to the methods of managing such a gargantuan amount of data and people. 
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Ein Vortrag von Nabla auf der GPN17.

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Abstract

I want to discover the history and the evolution of the Apollo and Saturn Program, from its intended purpose as a high lift space weapon to what we have come to know and cherish.

Description

How do you organize and coordinate the tromendous efforts of developing and building a Moonrocket in about a century? How does it work? Why do it at all? Everyone knows the 3 most famous of astronauts that wrote history, but one rarely hears about the up to 400 000 engineers, factory workers and adminestrative staff that built operated invented and tested the host of technologies and precesses that made this goal possible at all. From prioritiezed scheduling for the AGC to the methods of managing such a gargantuan amount of data and people.

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