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Date: Wed, 8 Nov 2023 22:06:02 -0500
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Due to confidential reasons, we have one team member who wants to approach the table but is not responsible for a mission run/did direct programming.  We'd like to have this person at least approach the table to turn off the 'bot at the 2.5 minute cutoff.  We thought we have read that only two people are allowed at each launch zone.  Can we, during the run, have one technician step away from the table and have this special person approach so they can be the one to turn the robot off?


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