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givebirb

"History of U.S.A manned spaceflight in three photos" There, i fixed the title.

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faziz

I hope they have manual controls somewhere. Having analogue methods to control something incase of physical damage to the operating system is a benefit when you're lost in space and stranded. If you have a keyboard, you can still type even if your screen is gone. Analogue can be useful in some very rare instances. Not every step forward is actually better.

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tandimonium

and at a crucial moment:

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walkingnerd

Knowing space programs... Having redundancies for redundancies of the actual instruments... Making a touch screen everything space ship mustve been a nightmare

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bpatter4

3 photos

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bulckie123007

SpaceX is just Apollo 11 with fancy touchscreens in front of it if we're talking change, manual override is always available

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arumandreu

*Going to start re-entering earth's atmosphere after successful mission. Gets windows update Try to cancel, blue screen of death appears. Need to reinstall OS. (I know i know, nobody would ever trust a windows OS spaceship, is only a joke)

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rockrollarg

it's insane 3 dudes managed to fly to the moon and back with just dial up internet type connections and a joy stick

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astrogator

Fun fact: the ISS runs on Linux

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verest33

Yet only the oldest one actually made it to the moon.

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