Why do scientists use full scale mock ups of shuttles before actual space missions?
They use these models to...
- Train- Crew members can learn to use the controls and get used
to living in the vehicles. Practice is needed for every situation
- Test- This lets them test all parts of the craft, which is very
important for safety. If one thing was to go wrong in space,
everyone on the ship could die.
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