The KSC Up-Close Tour Series includes tours of the VAB, Launch Control Center (LCC), and Launch Pad.
What does LCC stand for?
LCC stands for Launch Control Center
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 537 other meanings of LCC in our Acronym Attic
- Language and Culture Center
- Language Computer Corporation
- Language, Culture and Communication (various schools)
- Lansing Community College (Lansing, MI)
- Large Canterbury Corpus
- Large Capacity Cassette
- Large Civilian Center
- Largo Cultural Center (Florida, USA)
- Last Control Character
- Launch Commit Criteria
- Launch Control Complex
- Law Commission of Canada
- Lawrence Career College
- Lead Coated Copper
- Leaded Chip Carrier (less common)
- Leadership Casting Call (Disney management)
- Leadership Core Curricula
- Leadership Correspondence Course (International Order of DeMolay)
- Leadless Chip Carrier
- League of California Cities
Samples in periodicals archive:
Once inside, yet another blast door seals the launch control center, commonly known as a capsule for its pill-like shape.
Another anniversary tour takes in the Launch Control Center, where Nasa directors and engineers supervised all 152 launches for the space shuttle and Apollo missions.
The current deputy staff director, Samuel McNiel, said, "As a junior officer, I was on alert in ICBM launch control centers ready to execute a launch order in just a few seconds.
A skillful engineer and executive at the time, McDonald relives the tragedy from where he stood at the Launch Control Center.
What Penson does cover in depth is the launch complex including the Launch Control Center, the silo, all of the equipment that was above ground (topside), the equipment and structures tying the complex together, and the construction of these hardened launch complexes.
After a "call to stations" to begin the countdown at 1:00 (0500 GMT), the US space agency said some 30 team members began work at KennedyEoe1/4aos Launch Control Center.
After a "call to stations" to begin the countdown at 1:00 (0500 GMT), the US space agency said some 30 team members began work at Kennedy's Launch Control Center.