As part of the ongoing construction at the Godwin Space Center a great deal of forward progress has been made on the Mission Control side of things. Most of the monitoring systems and the guts of the facility are in place but many of the monitors still need to be installed and then of course the bulk of the building itself will need be completed around the technology.
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Here we've got an overview of the entire control room. The mission control director is in the 'gazebo' in the back surrounded by input and controlling many of the room's monitoring systems.
One of the two 'wings' of the control room.
The other control room wing. In the upper right you can see where the monitors still need to be installed. The large light grey monitors are still not functioning either.
This is the launch commander's 'gazebo' where he can orchestrate the entire control center's operations.
These two on the perch in front of the primary control stations.
These are teh primary control stations at the very front of the room. Eventually the main viewing windows will be installed right in front of these stations.