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Wheatstone Delivers SP-8 to Marshal Space Flight Center
New Bern, NC - Jan 29, 2002 - Wheatstone recently delivered an SP-8 Series audio console to Marshall Space Flight Center’s television support contractor, Computer Sciences Corporation. Marshall Space Flight Center transmits activities and missions in real time on NASA TV as well as provides resource video to the news media, and educational programming to teachers, students and the general public. The SP-8 console will function as the main audio board for center broadcasts on NASA TV as well as routing audio for internal live and taped productions.
The Wheatstone SP-8, a 24x8 console, will be located in the audio control room and will be online and operational by January 2002.
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