Marshall Space Flight Center has been supporting real-time
Payload Operations since 2001. As NASA completed construction of the station in
2011 and the program transitioned to focus on science, MSFC has become
an integral part of the ISS mission and has distinguished itself for
excellence in space operations. This talk will explore how and why the
ISS program has changed over the years to support science and
commercialization. Then, we'll look at some of the exciting changes
planned for the space station as NASA prepares to equip the station for
many more years of science through the year 2024 and beyond.
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About Mason Hall
Mason Hall is a Systems Engineer for COLSA at the Huntsville Operations Support Center (HOSC) at Marshall Space Flight Center. Previously, he worked for 5 years with Arcata Associates as a Flight Controller on the Data Management Coordinator team at the ISS Payload Operations Center. Hall has spent countless hours "on console" monitoring telemetry and commanding onboard equipment, working as a data systems operations technical specialist, developing new tools and capabilities for ISS operations, and managing projects for the HOSC facility. Hall graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering in 2011. He can be found on twitter @space_mace.
USSRC Education Training Facility
U.S. Space and Rocket Center's Education Training Facility (ETF) is located approximate at 5 Tranquility Base [Google Map] on the campus of U.S. Space and Rocket Center (USSRC). Sometime the online maps will take you to the Marriott, which share the same address. It is the brown building just after the turn to the Marriott when you are approaching USSRC. It has both the USSRC and NASA logo on the main entrance. On Google Map it is listed as "Marshall Institute Education Training Facility. HAL5's meeting takes place in the main auditorium on the first floor. Toward the back of the building when you come in. There will be signage pointing you to the auditorium.
If you click on above map, it should open up Apple Map if you on an iOS device, and Google Map on Android/Window devices or Desktop browser (regardless of OS). If you like, here is the direct link to the Google Maps