Social Distancing At Mission Control

ESA Mission Control Adjusts To Coronavirus Conditions, ESA

"Responsible for spacecraft orbiting Earth, the Sun and exploring the Solar System, teams at ESA's ESOC mission control deal with in-flight challenges every day, from faulty hardware, problematic software and hazardous space debris to computer viruses that could affect ground stations. So how do they keep missions flying when a viral pandemic puts the people of the Agency at risk?"

Keith's note: How are NASA (JSC, JPL, KSC, WFF), DoD, APL, SpaceX, Rockelab, Blue Origin, ULA etc working Coronavirus/COVID-19 social distancing into how they run their launches and missions?

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