The AGC software flown on the AS-202 mission has been recovered. The first flight of any Apollo Guidance Computer! It was recovered by @thewonderidiot
using his Block I rope reader, by reading the data out of the actual rope modules that were flown on the mission. Naturally I had to get the mission working in NASSP, as I already did with Apollo 4 and 6. So here is the mission, from launch to main chute deployment.
It is using a branched off version of NASSP that I created 2 years ago to fly Apollo 4 and 6, so it is missing many updates that were done to NASSP since then. As I say in the video description, I have not created any meshes and textures to recreate a Block I CSM visually. That is beyond my skill set. So this branch just has all the modifications to the SCS and AGC peripherals to be able to fly the mission. Or rather, let the AGC software and the mission control programer (MCP) fly the mission