Multi-national cooperation in space operations
Perry, David R.
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This thesis discusses multi-national cooperation in space operations and its dependence on the human component. It includes a discussion of the history of U.S.-Russian cooperation, specifically the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the Shuttle-Mir Program and finally the origins of the International Space Station (ISS). This thesis goes into detail about the communication process between the International Space Station, the Mission Control Center-Houston (MCC-H) and the Mission Control Center-Moscow (MCC-M) with emphasis on the human component. This thesis further discusses the impact of personal relationships in the daily operation of the International Space Station. Finally, this thesis discusses lessons learned and additional applications where personal relationships can affect multi-national operations.
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