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Second United States Manned Three-Pass Orbital Mission, Mercury-Atlas 7, Spacecraft 18

Second United States Manned Three-Pass Orbital Mission, Mercury-Atlas 7, Spacecraft 18

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NASA TECHNICAL NOTE
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SECOND
UNITED
STATES MANNEDTHREE-PASS ORBITAL MISSION(MERCURY-ATLAS
7,
SPACECRAFT
18)
DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
Edited by
John H.
BoyntonMunned
Spucecruft
CenterHouston,
Texus
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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON, D.
C.
FEBRUARY
1967
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NASA TN D-3814SECOND UNITED STATES MANNED THREE-PASS ORBITAL MISSION(MERCURY-ATLAS
7,
SPACECRAFT 18)DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSISEdited
by
John
H.
BoyntonManned Spacecraft CenterHouston, Texas
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
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FOREWORDThe second United States manned orbital flight has added significantly to theknowledge gained from the previous orbital flight.
An
overall analysis of the missionperformance
is
presented and only the minimum necessary supporting data
is
included.General acknowledgement
is
made of the extensive effort on the
part
of the entireMercury team.This team, consisting of many organizations that
are
external to theManned Spacecraft Center, notably includes the Department of Defense, the spacecraftprime contractor and
its
subcontractors, the
NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center forthe Mercury Worldwide. Network, the launch vehicle prime contractor and
its
subcon-tractors, and, in general, the many organizations and government agencies whichdirectly
or
indirectly made possible the success of
this
flight.The contents of this report represent the contributions of an assigned flightevaluation team, which comprised system specialists and operations personnel fromthroughout the Manned Spacecraft Center, without whose analytical and documentaryefforts
a
report of
this
technical completeness would not have been possible.
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