We're a very tight knit crew, more
the Air Force is bigger and we change
You know, you train with one weapons
you get very in tune with
It's not quite
that we're all very in tune
We have two pilots and three
The launch engineers sit up in the back
They're essentially like a mini
The program is developed at Cosmic Girl
that if we are cut off from mission
we've got everything
And that's everything from the launch
that they committed decision
pressurize stuff more.
We're ultimately getting the rocket
to manage the mission.
Behind that, though, in a nominal mission,
wi fi to mission control.
And so for every parameter of the rocket,
monitoring it; thermal, structural, launch
So it's funny,
mindset like in the Air Force where
there is a team of guys on the ground
The challenges come when the mission
on things and fixes or solutions,
And then for them to communicate
what it is they want from us
or it can be very easy to forget that
For me as a pilot, it's really important
and we have confidence in each other
we can do this safely.
And even when
you know, we in the cockpit saying,
What are we thinking
now? It's very unlikely mission control
would say something that contradicts
We've got to make decisions.
That's very similar to the Air Force.
It's having those conversations
that was different to us.
Why is it
We'll go down that route.