In honor of Women’s History Month, NASA celebrates the many contributions women have made to the nation, world, and beyond, including five women at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, who developed flight software that will control the rocket for Artemis missions to the Moon.

These engineers developed and tested Space Launch System (SLS) software that will tell the rocket how to operate for the first 8 minutes of the Artemis I mission during its launch and ascent to orbit. Their work continues Marshall’s legacy of propelling NASA exploration through engineering.

Built and managed by the Flight and Ground Software and Simulation Division, the SIL, or System Integration Lab, at Marshall is where Space Launch System flight software is validated, and SLS System performance is verified. In the SIL, seated from left to right are Deanna Whitehead and Shaun Phillips. Standing behind them, from left to right, are Linda Brewster, Marlyn Terek, and Shawna Broussard.

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Image Credit: NASA/Charles Beason


为了纪念女性历史月,NASA庆祝女性为国家、世界和其他地方做出的许多贡献,其中包括阿拉巴马州亨茨维尔的马歇尔航天飞行中心的五名女性,她们开发了飞行软件,将控制阿耳忒弥斯登月任务的火箭。

这些工程师开发并测试了太空发射系统(SLS)软件,该软件将告诉火箭在发射和升入轨道期间如何在阿耳忒弥斯一号任务的前8分钟运行。他们的工作延续了马歇尔通过工程推动NASA探索的传统。

由马歇尔的飞行和地面软件与仿真部门(SIL或系统集成实验室)建造和管理,是验证太空发射系统飞行软件和验证SLS系统性能的地方。在SIL中,从左到右坐着的是迪安娜·怀特黑德和肖恩·菲利普斯。从左到右站在他们身后的是琳达·布鲁斯特、玛琳·特里克和肖娜·布鲁萨德。

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影像来源:NASA/Charles Beason

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