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APOLLO II APOLLO AS-506/CSM-IO7/LM-5 FINAL FLIGHT PLAN

JULY l,

1969

Flight

Planning

Branch

G. M. Col ton Flight Planning

Branch

?. A. Guil!ory Flight Planning

Branch

Aoproved

by:

/- y ,'--/ / W. J. A#rth Chief, Flight

<_:.-_-Crew Support Division

Donald_K. Director

Slayton of Flight Crev_lOperations

Concurrence:

__'_Low Manager,
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, _ _ 7 /

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Christo_hj_f _ C. Kraft,-d?._'" Director of Fligh_ Operations

Any con_ents or questions on this document should be forwarded to T. A. Guillory, Flight Planning Branch, mail code CF34, extensio_q 427l.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Acknowledgment is made to Spencer Gardner for their Apollo II Flight Plan. Messrs. technical Richard Rogers, William Killian support in the preparation of shown in the Flight the CM and LM During Plan were the Flight and the

Views of the earth and the P52 stars taken from the document, Views from of Apollo II (Mission G). The CSM and LM attitude information Lunar Orbit Attitude Sequence for

was taken Mission G.

from

the

document,

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abbreviations Introduction

iii xi

SECTION I - GENERAL I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Mission Description SummaryFlight Summary Flight Plan (TLC-TEC) Plan (Lunar Orbit) l-l I-5 I-6 I-7 I-8 I-9 Data Data l-lO l-lO 1-13

LM Power Descent

Profile

CSM Burn Schedule LM Burn Schedule Lunar Landing Site

Landmark Tracking Flight Plan Notes

SECTION II I. 2. 3. Update Forms Table CSM Maneuver LM Maneuver

- UPDATE FORMS 2-I 2-2 2-27

Update Pads Update Pads - DETAILED TIMELINE

SECTION III I. 2. 3. Launch Phase TLI-T&D Translunar a. b. c. 4. Lunar a. b. Cislunar

3-I 3-3, 3-4

Coast Activities Navigation 3-7, 3-35 3-47 3-17

LM Familiarization Lunar Orbit Orbit Insertion

Activities 3-53 3-63

Second LM Ingress LM Activation and C/O

SECTION III c. Undocking d. Touchdown e. EVA f. g. h. LM Liftoff LMActive Docking LM Jettison

CONT'D 3-67 3-69 3-77 3-90 3-94 3-97 3-101 3-135

5. TEI-TEC 6. Entry SECTION IV DETAILED TEST OBJECTIVES I. 2. 3. Detailed Test Objectives Test Objective/Mission Test Objectives SECTION V - CONSUMABLES I. 3. 5. RCSPropellant Usage Activity Cross Reference

4-I 4-2 4-6

5-2 5-3 5-22 5-23 5-25 5-31 5-32 5-36 5-41 5-45 5-50

2. SM RCS Budget CM RCS Budget LM RCS Budget 4. SPS Budget 6. DPS Budget 7. APS Budget 8. 9. I0. II. CSM Budget EPS LM EPS Budget LM ECS Budget PLSS Budget SECTION VI - SUMMARYFLIGHT PLAN Summary Flight Plan

6-I

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ABBREVIATIONS ACCEL Accelerometer ACN Ascension ACT Activation ACQ Acquisition AEA Abort Electronics Assembly AGS Abort Guidance Subsystem AH AmpereHours ALSCC Apollo Lunar Surface Close-up Camera ALT Altitude AMPor amp Ampere ANG Antigua ANT Antenna AOH Apollo Operations Handbook AOS Acquisition of Signal or Acquisition of Site AOT Alignment Optical Telescope APS Ascent Propulsion Subsystem ARS Atmosphere Revitalization System ATT Attitude AUX Auxiliary AZ Azimuth BAT BDA Bio BP BT BU BW BRKT CAP COM CAL _ CAM CB CDH CDR CDU CEX CIN CIRC CK CM CMC CMD CMP CNTL C/O COAS COMM CONFIG Battery Bermuda Bio-Medical Data on Voice Downlink Barber Pole Burn Time Backup Black & White Bracket Capsule Communicator Calibration Angle Camera Circuit Breaker Constant Delta Altitude Commander Coupling Data Unit Color External Color Internal Circularization Check Command odule M Command Module Computer Command Command Module Pilot Control Check out Crew Optical Alignment Sight Communications Configuration

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CONT CP CRO CRYO CSC CSI CSM C&WS CYI DAP DB DCA DEDA DEGS DEPL DET DIFF DOI DPS DS DSE DSKY DTO DUA DWN E EASEP ECS ED EDT EFH El EL EMS EMU ENH EPO EPS EQUIP EST EVA EVAP EVT E×T f FC FDAI

Continue Control Point Carnarvon, Australia Cryogenic Contingency Sample Collection Coelliptic Sequence Initiation Command Service Module Caution and Warning System Grand Canary Island Digital Auto Pilot Deadband Digital CommandAssembly Data Entry and Display Assembly Degrees Depletion Digital Event Timer Difference Descent Orbit Insertion Descent Propulsion System Documented Sample Data Storage Equipment Display and Keyboard Detailed Test Objective Digital Uplink Assembly Down Erasable or Enter Early Apollo Scientific Experiment Environmental Control System Explosive Device Eastern Daylight Time Earth Far Horizon Earth (atmosphere) Interface Elevation or Electric Entry Monitor System Extravehicular Mobility Unit Earth Near Horizon Earth Parking Orbit Electrical Power Subsystem Equipment Eastern Standard Time Extravehicular Activity Evaporator Extravehicular Transfer External F Stop Fuel Cell Flight Director

Package

Attitude

Indicator

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FLT _I FOV fps or FPS FT or ft FTO FTP GBI GBM GDC GDS GET GETI GLY GMT G&N GNCS GNM GYM H2 HA HAW HBR HD HGA HI Hp HSK HTR HTV ICDU ID IGA IGN IMU INIT INT IP ISA IU IVC IVT JETT KM kwh

Flight Frequency Modulated Field of View Feet per second Feet Flight Test Objective Full Throttle Position Grand Bahama Islands Grand Bahama (MSFN) Gyro Display Coupler Goldstone, California Ground Elapsed Time Ground Elapsed Time of Ignition Glycol Greenwich Mean Time Guidance and Navigation Guidance Navigation Control System Guam Guaymas, Mexico Hydrogen Apogee Altitude Hawaii High Bit Rate (TLM) Highly Desirable High Gain Antenna High Perigee Altitude Honeysuckle (Canberra, Heater USNSHuntsville

Australia)

Inertial Coupling Data Unit Identification Inner Gimbal Angle Ignition Inertial Measurement Unit Initialization Intervalometer Initial Point Interim Storage Assembly Instrumentation Unit Intervehicular Communications Intravehicular Transfer Jettison Kilometer Kilowatt Hour

LA LAT LBR LBS or Ibs LCG LDG LDMK LEB LEC LFH LGC LH L/H LHEB LHFEB LHSSC LiOH LLM LLOS LM LMP LNH LOI LONG LOS LPO LR LRRR or LR3 LS LT LTG LV L/V LVPD M MAD MAN MAX MAXQ MCC MCC-H or MCC MDC MEAS MER MESA MET

Launch Azimuth Latitude Low Bit Rate (TLM) Pounds Liquid Cooled Garment Landing Landmark Lower Equipment Bay Lunar Equipment Conveyor Lunar Far Horizon LM Guidance Computer Left-hand Local Horizontal Left-hand Equipment Bay Left-hand Forward Equipment Bay Left Hand Side Storage Container Lithium Hydroxide Lunar Landing Mission Landmark Line of Sight Lunar. Module Lunar Module Pilot Lunar Near Horizon Lunar Orbit Insertion Longitude Loss of Signal or Loss of Site Lunar Parking Orbit Landing Radar Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector Landing Site Light Lighting Launch Vehicle Local Vertical Launch Vehicle Pressure Display Mandatory Madrid, Spain Manual Maximum MaximumDynamic Pressure Midcourse Correction Mission Control Center - Houston Main Display Console Measurement USNS Mercury Modularized Equipment Mission Event Timer

Stowage Assembly

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MGA M/I MIN MLA MNVR MPS MSFN MTVC N2 NAV NM NOM NXX 02 OBS O/F OGA OMNI OPS ORB ORDEAL ORIENT OVHD P PAD PCM PC PDI PGA PGNCS PIPA PLSS PM POL PRE PREF PREP PRESS PRIM PROP PSE PT PU PUGS

Middle Gimbal Angle Minimum Impulse Minimum Merrit Island, Florida Maneuver Main Propulsion System Manned Space Flight Network Manual Thrust Vector Control Nitrogen Navigation Nautical Miles Nominal NounXX Oxygen Observation Oxidizer to Fuel Ratio Outer Gimbal Angle Omnidirectional Antenna Oxygen Purge System Orbital Orbit Rate Display Earth Orientation Overhead

and Lunar

Pitch or Program Voice Update Pulse Code Modulation Plane Change Powered Descent Initiation Pressure Garment Assembly Primary Guidance Navigation Control Section Pulse Integrating Pendulous Accelerometer Personal Life Support Systems Phase Modulated Polarity or Polarizing Pretoria, South Africa Preferred Preparation Pressure Primary Proportional Passive Seismic Experiment Point Propellant Utilization Propellant Utilization and Gaging System

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PTC PWR PX× Qty R R&B RAD RCDR RCS RCU RCV RED REFSMMAT REG REQD RH RING RLS RNDZ RR RSI RT RTC RXX SA S/C SCE SCS SCT SEC SECO SECS SEP SEQ S-IVB SLA SLOS SM SPOT SPS SR SRC SRX SS STX

Passive Thermal Power Program XX Quantity

Control

Roll or Range Red & Blue Radiator Recorder Reaction Control System Remote Control Unit Receiver USNSRedstone Reference Stable Member Matrix Regulator Required Right-hand Ringsite Radius of Landing Site Rendezvous Rendezvous Radar Roll Stability Indicator Real Time Real Time Command Routine XX Shaft Angle Spacecraft Signal Conditioning Equipment Stabilization Control System Scanning Telescope Secondary S-IVB Engine Cut-off Sequential Events Control System Separate Sequence Saturn IV B(Third Stage) Service Module LM Adapter Star Line-of-Sight Service Module Spot Meter Service Propulsion System Sunrise Sample Return Container S-Band Receiver Mode No. X Sunset S-Band Transmit Mode No. X

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S.V. SWC Sw SXT T EPHEM TA TAN TB TCA TD&E TEC TEl TEMP TERM TEX TGT TIG TLC TLI TLM or TM TPF TPI TPM T/R TRANS TV TVC TWR US V VAN VHF VLV VI VOX VXX W/O WRT WTN XFER XMIT XPONDER Y

State Vector Solar Wind Composition Switch Sextant Time of Ephemeris Update Trunnion Angle Tananarive, Madagascar Time Base Time of Closest Approach Transposition Docking & LM Ejection Trans Earth Coast Transearth Insertion Temperature Terminate Corpus Christi, Texas Target Time of Ignition Trans Lunar Coast Translunar Insertion Telemetry Terminal Phase Final Terminal Phase Initiation Terminal Phase Midcourse Transmitter/Receiver Translation Television Thrust Vector Control Tower United States Velocity USNS Vanguard Very High Frequency Valve Inertial Velocity Voice Keying Verb XX Without With Respect to USNSWatertown Transfer Transmit or Transmitter Transponder Yaw

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aV _VC _R 8-balls

Velocity Velocity Position Flight

Change (Differential) Change at Engine Cutoff Change (Differential) Director Attitude Indicator (FDAI)

CAMERA NOMENCLATURE EL/250/BW-BRKT Electric Hasselblad/250mm Black & White film-Camera Intervalometer (f-stop 5.6, shutterspeed=250 Infinity) Lens/ Bracket 1 sec,

INT _f5.6,250,INF)

16mm/18/CEX-BRKT MIR (fS,250,INF) 6fps

16mm Camera/18mm Lens/Color Film External-Camera Bracket Mirror (f-stop 8, shutterspeed 1 = _-5_O-sec, Infinity) 6 frames per sec

SYMBOL NOMENCLATURE LUNAR PENUMBRA(OCCURS PRE LOll)

SPACECRAFT SUNSET -HONEYSUCKLE 85FT D_SH COVERAGE -DARKNESS (UMBRA) -MSFN LOS -SPACECRAFT SUNRISE .LUNAR P,ENUMBRA(OCCURS PRE LOll) JLUNAR SURFACE

/
EARTH (ALWAYS) _ DOWN \(5-_

WINDOW
S-BAND HGA

_----_" _/_ "7 i\_'_../j_ 7

X
I

,

OPTICS --S-BAND STEERABLE SUBSOLAR POINT MSFN AOS 'MADRID 85FT DISH COVERAGE

I I I

.GOLDSTONE D!S_ COVERAGE 85FT

LUNAR TERMINATOR SPACECRAFT SUNSET

DARKNESS

MSFN LOS SPACECRAFT SUNRISE LUNAR TERMINATOR

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INTRODUCTION This Flight Plan has been prepared by the Flight Planning Branch, Crew Support Division, with technical support by TRW Systems. This document schedules the AS-506/CSM-IO7/LM-5 to fulfill, when possible, the test objectives quirements, G Type Mission Lunar Landing. operations defined in Flight

and crew activities the Mission Re-

The trajectory parameters used in this Flight Plan launch, with a 72° launch azimuth and were supplied Analysis Division as defined by the Apollo Mission Trajectory.

are for July 16, 1969 by Mission Planning and G Spacecraft Operational

The Apollo II Flight Plan is under the configuration control of the Crew Procedures Control Board (CPCB). All proposed changes to this document that fall in the following categories should be submitted to the CPCB via a Crew Procedures Change Request: I. 2. 3. 4. Items Items Items that that that impose additional impact result result Flight require the in crew training or impact test crew procedures. objectives. change. activity

accomplishment a significant major

of detailed RCS or activities

EPS budget

Items that day in the Items that

in moving Plan. a change

to a different

5.

to the

flight

data

file. what proposed changes

The Chief, Flight fall in the above

Planning Branch categories.

(FCSD) will

determine

Mr. T. A. Guillory will act the Apollo II Flight Plan.

as co-ordinator

for

all

proposed

changes

to

Any requests for additional copies or changes to the distribution this document must be made in writing to Mr. W. J. North, Chief, Support Division, MSC, Houston, Texas.

lists Flight

of Crew

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SECTION I - GENERAL

MISSION

DESCRIPTION

I.

Launch and EPO (a) Nominal window (b) Earth 43 sec. (c) (d)

(Duration time of

2:44) is 9:32

LIFT OFF - 2:44 EDT, July 16,

GET 1969, with a launch

launch duration orbit after

4 hrs. into

24 rain. a I00 nm circular orbit at II rain.

insertion lift-off

CSH systems Optional night

C/O in earth

orbit to the pad REFSrIHAT during the first

IHU realign

(P52)

period occurs at 2:44:26 GET over (See Table the I-I Pacific for burn Ocean during data). the

(e)

TLI

second

revolution.

2.

Translunar After tory, (a) TLI, the

Coast which following

(Duration places major docking the

73:10) spacecraft

2:44

- 75:54

GET lunar LOI: SIVB photoreturn trajec-

in a free prior to

events

occur

Transposition, graphy

and LH ejection,

including

(b) (c) (d)

Separation

fror.1 SIVB and a CSH evasive venting of propellants navigation sets at 06:00

maneuver (slingshot) sightings, GET and five star/earth sets hori-

SIVB propulsive Two series zon, GET

of P23 cislunar of five

consisting

at 24:30

(e)

Four midcourse

corrections

which with

take

place

at TLI + 9, TLI + 24, zero (See Table I-I).

LOI - 22 and LOI - 5 hours

AV nominally

I-I

(f)

Passive

thermal

control

(PTC) will do not require

be conducted different

during attitudes.

all

periods

when other (g) (h) LM inspection

activities

and housekeeping at 75:54:28 GET, ends the TLC phase.

LOI l , performed

3.

Lunar

Orbit

(Duration

59:30) 69:00

75:54

- 135:24

GET

LOI Day (a) (b) (c) (d) LOIl

(Duration

25:00)

- 94:00

Photos LOI2

of targets

of opportunity

Post LOI 2 LM entry tests will

and inspection.

S-Band/VHF

B Voice

be conducted. tracking (one set of sightings)

(e)

Post

LOI 2 Pseudo landmark I-4) of 9 hours

(See Table (f) Rest period

DOI and EVA Day (a) (b)

(Duration

28:00)

94:00

- 122:00 GET

Docked LM activation Docked landing (See Table I-3) site

and checkout landmark sighting (one set of sightings)

(c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

Undocking DOI thru LM post Rest

and separation landing touchdown (See Figure and simulated 4 hours I-3 Powered Descent) liftoff

period

(LM) of change

CSM plane Rest period

(CSM) of 4 hours

I-2

(i) (j) (k) (1) (m)

EVA prep EVA for 2 hours 40 minutes

Post EVA Rest period Rest period (LM) 4 hours 40 minutes

(CSM) 4 hours 50 minutes

Ascent (a) (b)

and TEl Day LM Lift-Off LM active CSl PC CDH TPI Braking

(Duration

25:00)

122:00

- 147:00

GET

and Insertion rendezvous

(c) (d) (e) (f)

Docking LI.I jettison TEl Rest Period

4.

Lunar (a) (b) (c)

Orbit

Particulars start duration period

(Average

Values

for

a 60 x 60 nm orbit)

Revolutions Revolution S/C niqht

at 180 ° longitude - l hr. 58.2 rain. ;.i;
#

duration
-

- 47 rain. 72 rain. July 16,

(d) MSFN coverage per rev. (e) Orbit inclination

/
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- 1.25 ° for

1969 launch

I-3

-_

(f) (g) (h)

S/C orbital Lighting Horizon lunar

rate change

- 3°/min. at fixed

(.05°/sec) ground point - l°West/Rev. angle on the

visibility surface degree

+ 20 ° selenocentric

(i) (j) (k)

One lunar Site 2 will

on lunar

surface

is

16.35 at

nm

be visible point

(3 ° sun angle) to horizon

REV. 7

S/C subvehicle

327 nm.

5.

Transearth Transearth the (a) following Three

Coast coast

and Entry begins with

(Duration TEl at

59:39) 135:24:34

131:52

- 195:03

GET of

GET and consists

major midcourse

events: corrections with takes GET. occur in the Pacific GET. local This time. Ocean at a longitude will occur of are scheduled zero. GET and Entry Interface at TEl + 15, El - 23

and E1 - 3 hours (b) CM/SM separation occurs (c) at 195:03 will

AV nominally place

at 194:51

Splashdown about

172.4 ° West at prior to

195:17 sunrise

approximately

25 minutes

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1-5

1-6

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TABLE I-3

LUNAR LANDING SITE DATA

DAY

SITE DESIG

LATITUDE

LONGITUDE

ILAUNCH AZIMUTH/ SUN ELEVATION 72°/10.5 °

2LAUNCH AZIMUTH/' SUN ELEVATION 108c/13.5 °

JULY 16 2(IIP6) 0932 EDT

00°42'50"N 00.71388889°N (00.6914°N)

23°42'28"E 23.70777778°E (23.7169°E) 3

JULY i8 3(lIPS) I132 EDT JULY 21 5(IIPi3) 1409 EDT

O0°21'lO"N 00.35277778°N O!°40'41"N 01.67805556°N

01°17'57"W 01.29916667°W 41"_53'57"W 41.89916667°W Landing

89.295°/II

°

I08°/13

°

94.6775/9.7

°

I08°/II.7

°

Data From TJ memo, Accuracy May 12, 1969, TJ-69-499o i L o 3
"r T im!o

Estimates,

Site

Landmarks,

Sun Elevation

Angles

Are

For Approximately

27 Hours

After

LOI,

Ist

Opportunity

Includes 2nd Opportunity TLI Data From MPAD memo, landing June 12, 1969, 69-FM41-181. TABLE I-4

site

coordinates

for

G,

LANDMARK TRACKING DATA July 16 Launch LONGITUDE DELTA ALTITUDESUNEL (nm) 000.00 43°

LANDMARK DESIG.

LATITUDE

A1(Pseudo)

2°N 2.000°N l °53'N l .885°N 01°15'56"N 01.26555556°N (Ol .24307°N)

65 30' ° 60.500°E 28o42 'E 28.726°E 23o40'44 '' 23.67888889°E l (23.6880°E) 24°53'20°E 24.88888889°E 23°44' 37"E 23.74361111°E 23°30' 55"E 23.51527778°E site 2 position, l-lO

IP(130)

000.00

130(Prime LDG SITE 2)

-OOl .68

8.5 °

123 (Alternate LDG SITE 2) 129 (Alternate LDG SITE 2) 133 (Alternate LDG SITE 2) l Data June

00°30'I 9"N 00.50527778°N Ol °17'06"N 01.28500000°N D0°,17' 14"N 00.78722222°N

-001.71

-OOl .76

-OOl .68

from HPAD memo, landing 20: 1969, 69-FM41-199.

TABLE I-4

LANDMARK TRACKING DATA (CONT'D) July 18 Launch DELTA ALTITUDESUN EL (nm)

LANDMARK DESIG.

LATITUDE

LONGITUDE

IP(GI)

O°I6'N 0.267°N 01°17'06"N 01.28500000°N O0°I8'N O0.300°N 00°36'51"N 00.61416667°N 00°16'59"N 00.28305556°N 00°03'42"N 00.06166667°N

32°19'E 32.317°E 23°44'37"E 23.74361111°E 3°23'E 3.383°E 01°04'39"W 01.07750000°W 01°25'43"W 01.42861111°W 01°16'36"W 01.27666667°W -O01.Ol 9° -001.97 26°

GI(129)

IP(143)

143(Prime LDG SITE 3) 150(Alternate LDG SITE 3) 147(Alternate LDG SITE 3)

-001.01

-

-000.99

-

I-II

TABLE I-4

LANDMARKTRACKING DATA (CONT'D) July 21 Launch DELTA ALTITUDESUN EL (nm)

LANDMARK DESIG.

LATITUDE

LONGITUDE

IP(GI)

O°30'S O.5OO°S I°42'N 1.696°N 0°36'N 0.608°N 01°30'37"N 01.51027778°N 01°20'04"N 01.33444444°N 01°45'33"N 01.75916667°N 02°03'I0"N 02.05277778°N

26°33'W 26.550°W 32°I0'W 32.162°W 36°34'W 36.567°W 41°49'05"W 41.81805556°W 40°47'34"W 40.79277778°W 41°34'12"W 41.57000000°W 42°13'41"W 42.22805556°W -001.77 8°

Gl

IP(180)

_

180(PRIME LDG SITE 5) 171(Alternate LDG SITE 5) 178(Alternate LDG SITE 5) 184(Alternate LDG SITE 5)

-001.25

8.9 °

-001.29

-001.22

-

-001.23

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FLIGHT PLAN NOTES

A.

Crew I. Crew designations are as follows: Designation Co_nander (CDR) Command Module Pilot (CMP) Lunar Module Pilot (LMP) 2. Crew positions during Left Launch thru TLI CDR T&D thru Entry CMP MannedM L CMP 3. the mission CSM Center LMP CDR

Prime Armstrong Collins Aldrin are as follows: Right CMP LMP

Backup Lovell Anders Haise LM Left Riqht

CDR

LMP

The crew will eat and sleep simultaneously throughout the mission. Eat periods will be normally l-hour duration, with additional activities held to a minimum during this time frame. Sleep periods will normally be 8 to lO hour duration with two 4 to 5 hour sleep periods while the LM is on the lunar surface. Activity Launch to insertion Insertion to TLI TLI to evasive mnvr TLC & LOI l&2 LM activation & checkout PGAConfiguration PGA's with helmet & gloves (H&G) PGA's without H&G PGA's with H&G Constant wear garments PGAwithout H&G (CMP H&G donned for latch cocking & CDR/LMP H&G donned for pressure integrity check and cabin reg check) PGA's with H&G except CMP without H&G after DOI PGA's without H&G except for CDR/LMP simulated countdown & EVA PGA's with H&G (except H&G off after docking) Constant wear garmets

4.

Undocking Touchdown

through through

touchdown pre lift-off

Liftoff

through

LM jettison splashdown

LM jettison

through

1-13

5.

Two crew status reports via air-to-ground commmunications will be made by the flight crew during each activity day. The first report will be given after the first meal of the day and will concern the sleep obtained during the previous sleep period. The second report will be given following the final meal of the day and will concern the radiation dose received during the previous 24 hours and medication taken if any. The following information should be logged: a. Food Consumption b. Exercise c. Used fecal bags marked as to crewman and GET Negative checklist. Continuous ground. reporting will be used in reporting completion of each

6.

7.

CSM biomedical

data

are automatically

transmitted

to the

8.

LM biomedical ing to docking

switching is as scheduled

performed manually in the timeline.

by the

LMP from

undock-

9.

All onboard gage readings and will not be corrected

will be read directly from the by the appropriate calibration

gages. factors,

B.

Photograph i Photographic requirements were derived a. Lunar Surface Operations Plan b. Photographic Operations Plan

from

the

following:

Co

Procedures I. CSM Crew procedures called out in the flight plan may be found following documents: ,{_ 1 a. Apollo Operations Handbook - CSM-I07 (AOH), Volume 2 b. Crew Checklist c. CSM Rendezvous Procedure d. Abort Summary Document e. Apollo Entry Summary Document f. Photographic Operations Plan g. Descent Procedures Document h. Ascent Procedures Document i. Lunar Landmark Tracking Attitude Studies j. Lunar Orbit Attitude Sequence for Mission G k. Data Priority Documents

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Communications I. General a. CSM and LM HBR data transmissions in lunar orbit will normally require the use of the high gain or steerable antennas b. During communications, the spacecraft will be referred to by name (Apollo II) and MCC-H will be referred to as Houston. c. The preferred S-Band communications are: Tl) CSM TaT Uplink Mode 6 (Voice, PRN, and Updata) (b) Downlink Mode 2 (Voice, PRN, TLM-HBR) (2) LM Ta) Uplink Mode 7 (Voice, Updata) (b) Downlink Mode l (Voice, TLM-HBR) d. LM voice recorder has a maximum utilization of lO hours. This recorder will be used during LM operations to record all LM voice data during undocked operations (27 hours 42 minutes). This recorder will be operated in the VOX mode. e. A small portable voice recorder will be carried in the CM to be used at the discretion of the crew as a voice recorder backup. This recorder will not be transferred to the LM for use during undocked operations. f. The S-band"squelch" will be on during the sleep periods in order to prevent MSFN fade-out noise from disturbing the crew. 2. DSE Operation a. The DSE will normally be operated via ground command except for special cases where the operation is time limited. In these cases the crew may be asked to rewind the tape. b. During the earth orbit period when the CSM is not over a MSFN station, CSMTLM-LBR data will be recorded on the DSE and will be dumped during the pass over the US and over CRO prior to TLI if possible. c. DSE will be used for CSM HBR and voice recording during all CSM engine burns. d. DSE data and voice recordings will be made in CSM LBR mode whenver possible in order to minimize the DSE dump time.

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During PTC using the HGA REACQ communications mode the DSE will be used to record LBR data when the HGA is not in the MSFN field of view. During lunar orbit LM operations, the DSE will be used to record LM-TLM-LBR data during all docked LM activites that occur on the lunar farside. For undocked LM activites only DOI will be recorded as VHF ranging is required. DSE will be used to record all H_BRentry data during the blackout region.

Launch - Earth Orbit Phase a. OMNI B and VHF LEFT will be selected for lift off. OMNI D will be selected by the crew during boost phase if the launch azimuth is less than 96 ° or OMNI C if the launch azimuth is greater than 96 ° . OMNI D will probably be the best antenna for earth orbit. b. VHF Duplex B will be used for launch, and Simplex A for earth orbit operations. c. VHF Simplex A will be used for entry to be compatible with recovery forces communications. Translunar and Transearth Coast Phase The translunar and transearth sleep communications mode will be as follows. The CSM x-axis will be placed normal to the ecliptic plane. The CSM will be rolled at a rate of approximately three revolution per hour. During the near earth sleep periods prior to 30 hours GET (range less than 120Knm) omni antennas B and D will be used. During the other sleep periods (beyond 120Knm) the high gain antenna may be required (in the REACQ mode). The REACQ configuration will provide approximately 210 degrees of HGA coverage per CSM/LM revolution or 35 minutes of MSFN coverage per hour. The REACQ configuration will also allow MCC-H to use real time control to select TLM HBR or LBR and to dump the DSE during each spacecraft revolution. Lunar Exploration Phase a. Normal CSM communications between MSFN/LM will be by S-Band during the lunar exploration period. b. If additional communications capability is required the S-Band erectable antenna will be deployed by the EVA crewman and will be utilized for all LM/MSFN/CSM communications. c. During periods when both crewmen are EVA, the "AR" position (Relay Mode) will be the normal communication mode on each of the Extravehicular Communication System (EVCS). The CDR will relay the LMP VHF voice and data to the LM which in turn will relay to MCC-H via S-Band.

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CSMNotes I. Electrical Power System and Water Management a. Spacecraft lift-off switch positions are listed in the Apollo Operations Handbook (Volume 2) for CSM 107. b. The CSM will remain fully powered up throughout the mission (CMC, IMU and SCS in the "operate" configuration and optics power-up as required). c. Fuel cell H2 and 02 purging is scheduled as follows H2 approximately every 48 hours and 02 approximately every 12 hours. d. The hydrogen and oxygen VAC ION pumps will be inactive throughout the mission. e. Potable water will be chlorinated once a day before each sleep period, starting with the First sleep period (GET 13:30). The POT H20 inlet valve will be opened prelaunch. f. FC purges and waste water dumps will not be scheduled within one hour prior to optical sightings. g. Waste H20 dumpin9 will be managed to allow: -(T)---Maximum QTY:85-90% (2) Minimum QTY:25% (3) At LOI:QTY : 75% (4) At CM-SMSEP:QTY = 90% to 100% (5) No dumping after MCC3 until after LOI (6) Dumps will be performed (if required) within 2 hours preceding MCC maneuvers (7) In lunar orbit if dumping is required, dumps will be performed immediately prior to sleep periods (8) The water dump will not be operated in the automatic mode at anytime during the mission h. The cryogenic heaters will be in AUTO during the mission and the fans will be operated manually. The fans will be cycled for one minute before and after each sleep cycle. i. The batteries will be charged according to the following schedule: Time Battery 5:20:00 B 12:20:00 A 48:10:00 B 80:25:00 A 103:30:00 B 148:00:00 A 154:00:00 B 2. Environmental Control System and Cabin Pressurization a. One C02 odor absorber filter (LiOH canister) is changed approximately every 12 hours or if C02 partial pressure is greater than 7.6mm Hg. There are 20 filters (2 in the canisters onboard and 18 stowed).

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A Pre TLI/LOI ECS redundant component check including the secondary evaporator operation, is performed prior to TLI and LOI. The secondary evaporator water control valves will be turned "OFF" after the check. The evaporator operation will be as follows: (I) Launch - primary loop operation (2) Earth Orbit - primary loop operation and secondary loop test plus redundant operation test prior to TLI. (3) Post TLI - deactivate both evaporators (4) Pre LOI-ECS pre TLI/LOI redundant component check and primary evaporator activation (5) Post TEl - deactivate primary evaporator (6) Entry interface minus 1 hour - activate primary and secondary evaporator.

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Guidanceand Navigation ,_ a. During lunar orbit, the CSM and LM will utilize the same landing site REFSMMAT such that the gimbal angles would be 0,0,0 at landing with the LM sitting face forward on landing _ site number two and the CSM over the landing site pitched up 90 ° from local horizontal "heads up". b. During PTC the CSM/LM x-axis is Ditched up 90° (Nor for TLC and down 90° (South) for TEC with the Y-Z axes in the plane of the ecliptic. This change in x-axis pointing is to enable simultaneous viewing of the earth and moon through the side windows while maintaining a favorable high gain antenna position. c. The CSM tracking light will be on continuously from undocking to landing and from LM lift-off to docking. Landmark Tracking The following ground rules were used for landmark tracking. a. IMU to be realigned on the dark side preceding each tracking period. b. MSFN is reacquired after each tracking period. The tracking data will be acquired by MSFN after all the marks have been made and while N49 (AR,AV) is displayed. MSFN will give a GO when data acquisition has been verified. c. The pseudo landmark tracking (AI) will be used to determine the altitude of an area in which the LM will be making altitude checks after DOI. The data will be processed during the sleep period after the trackings and relayed to the LM prior to undocking.

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In the docked configuration the CSM/LM _'_ _r_/_{_ approaches the landmark in an inertial hold attitude. This inertial attitude places the spacecraft 2° below the local horizontal at the 35 ° elevation angle point. At 35 ° elevation angle a pitch down of O.3°/sec is initiated. Five marks are then taken with the time between marks a minimum of 25 In the seconds. undocked tracking (See configuration profile) the CSM approaches the landmark in ORB RATE and pitched down 22° from the local horizon -/ tal. At 35° elevation angle five marks are taken with the time between marks a minimum of 25 seconds. ORB RATE is continued throughout the marking period. will approach the LM in ORBRATE heads In and pitched tracking the CSM up the undocked COAS ° from the local down 40 horizontal. When the LM is centered in the COAS the CSM will initiate a variable pitch rate to keep the LM centered in the COAS. /_r_. _22 _ /_ _ir_/_'--_ 0 \ _o_,,_ _'.\\\ " \ 40° ..... \ \\_ °

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LM Notes I. Entries into the LM a. Three entries into the LM are scheduled in the at 56:30, 81:30 and 95:52 GET respectively.

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The first entry (56:30 GET) will be for LM familiarization and will be performed by the CDR and LMP in the constant wear garments. During this period there will be approximately 5 minutes of VHF-B LBR data which will be recorded by the DSE in the CSM. The LM will remain on CSM power during the crew familiarization period. c. The second entry (81:30 GET) will be for LM housekeeping and will be performed by the LMP in constant wear ga_lents. During this period the LM will go to internal power for the S-Band/VHF B voice activation. d. The third entry into the LM (95:52 GET) will be performed by the LMP in LCG's to prepare the LM for undocking and descent to the lunar surface. During this period the LMP and CDR initially transfer to the LM in LCG's then return to the CSM for PGA donning. Environmental Control System and Cabin Pressurization a. The LM cabin will contain ambient air at lift off and will bleed down to zero pressure psi during the launch. b. The LM will be pressurized for transposition and docking after which it will be isolated and the pressure periodically monitored. c. The LM will be pressurized prior to the first entry (LM familiarization) after which it will be isolated again for the remainder of the TLC period. Prior to the second entry (LM housekeeping) it will be pressurized again and will remain pressurized.

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Guidance and Navigation a. Two LGC erasable memory dumps and MCC-H verifications will be accomplished prior to DOI. If a significant number of errors are found, memory correction and re-verification will be performed before DOI. b. The LM IMU will be manually aligned to the CSM IMU during the DOI Day LM activation and checkout. P52/AOT alignments will be performed as close to DOI as possible. c. All translations during the undocked manned LM operations will be under PGNCS control. d. The capability for MCC-H to update the LGC via uplink will normally be blocked by the LMP UP-DATA LINK switch (panel 12).

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RCS Operation and Interface Constraints a. During CSM/LMdocked checkout operations, the LM steerable and/or RR antennas will not be powered down once they have been activated. The SM B3 and C4 thrusters will be deactivated before the LM steerable and/or RR antennas have been unstowed in order to prevent SM-RCS impingement on these antennas. b. The CSMroll jets and LM yaw jets will be disabled when the probe is preloaded (docking latches are cocked} and the tunnel is pressurized prior to undocking. The jets will be activated after tunnel venting. c. LM RCS two jet ullaqe (System B) will be used for unstaged ullage maneuvers in order to prevent asymetrical RCS thrust caused by impingement on the descent stage. d. The RCS interconnect will be used during the APS lift-off and ascent, but will not be used during the rendezvous maneuvers. Rendezvous a. The rendezvous radar will be pointed away from the sun and will be turned off when no functional use is required to prevent overheating of the antenna. b. The LM tracking light will be on continuously between separation and touchdown and between launch and docking except during PGNCS/AOT alignments. During PGNCS/AOT alignments (LM P52), the tracking light would interfere with the alignments. (dark adaption)

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LUNAR ENTRY PAD AREA XXXXX SPLASHDOWN DEFINEDY AREA B TARGET LINE SPACECRAFT GIMBAL IMU ANGLES REQUIRED AERODYNAMIC FOR TRIM AT .05G TIMEOF ENTRY ATTITUDE HORIZCHECK E! -17 MIN. AT PITCH ATTITUDEOR F HORIZON CHECK ATEl -17 MIN. LATITUDE OFTARGETOINT P LONGITUDE OFTARGET OINT P PREDICTED MAXIMUM REENTRY ACCELER_,TION INERTIALVELOCITY ENTRY AT INTERFACE INERTIALFLIGHT PATH ANGLE AT ENTRY INTERFACE RANGEO GOFROM T .05G TOTARGET FOR EMS INITIALIZATION INERTIAL VELOCITYT ,05G A FOR EMS INITIALIZATION REENTRY REFERENCE BASED TIME ON GET OF PREDICTED400K (BET START) TIMEOF .05G FROM 400K(RRT)

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VL MIN DO RET VCIRC RETBBO RETEBO RETDRO SXTS SFT TRN BSS SPA SXP LIFT VECTOR

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SPACECRAFT IMU GIMBAL ANGLES REQUIRED FOR AERODYNAMIC TRIM AT 0.05G.

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2-22

RETRB

XX:XX (MIN:SEC)

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XX:XX (MIN:SEC)

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RETBBO

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TIME FROM RETROFIRE TO BEGINNING OF COMMUNICATIONS BLACKOUT TIME FROM RETROFIRE TOEND OF COMMUNICATIONS BLACKOUT TIME FROM RETROFIRE TO DROGUE CHUTE DEPLOYMENT

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XX:XX(MIN:SEC XX:XX(MIN:SEC

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2-27

P27 UPDATE-LM PURP XXX TYPE OFDATA TOBE RECEIVED (SUCH AS: LDG TIME) TYPE OFCOMMAND LOAD (70-7]-72-73) TIME DATA RECORDED INDEX NO.OFCOMMAND WORDSIN LOAD CORRECTION WORD IDENTIFIERS TIME FORCONFIRMATION OF GROUND TRACK

V GET I174 Ol 02-24 N34 NAVCHECK TIME N43 LAT LONG ALT

XX(VERB) XXX:XX:XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XX(OCTAL) XX(OCTAL) XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC)

XX.XX (DEG) XXX.XX (DEG) XXX.X (NM)

LATITUDE GROUND FOR TRACK CONFIRMATION LONGITUDE GROUND FOR TRACK CONFIRMATION ALTITUDE GROUND FOR TRACK CONFIRMATION

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AGS STATE VECTOR UPDATE

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2-29

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X:XX (MIN:SEC)

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INERTIAL FDAIANGLES AT THE BURN ATTITUDE

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2-38

NO PDI +12 ABORT N33 ABORT TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) AV +XXXX.X (FPS) +XXXX.X (FPS) +XXXX.X (FPS) PARAMETERS +XXXX.X (NM) PREDICTED APOGEE RESULTING FROM HANEUVER PREDICTED PERIGEE RESULTING FROM MANEUVER TOTAL REQUIRED AV FOR THE MANEUVER DURATION MANEUVER OF LOCAL VERTICAL V A COMPONENTS OF THE PHASING ANEUVER M IGNITION TIME FOR ABORT BURN

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LOCAL VERTICAL AV COMPONENTS OF THE MANEUVER TARGET TO THE AGS

TIME OF IGNITION FORCSI BURN TIME OF IGNITION FORTPI BURN

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LUNAR SURFACE DATA CARD T2 ABORT T2 TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) LIFTOFF TIMESECOND PREFERRED TIME AFTER TOUCHDOWN(_T.D. +12 MIN.) TIME OF IGNITION FORPHASINGBURN TIME OF IGNITION FORCSI BURN TIME OF IGNITION FORTPI BURN

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XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XXX:XX:XX,XX (HR:MIN:SEC)

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CSI TIG

N37 TPI TIG

T3 ABORT T3 TIG XXX:XX:XX,XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) LIFT OFFTIME AFTER FIRST CSM REVOLUTION CSMORBITALPERIOD

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XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) XXX:XX:XX°XX (HR:MIN:SEC)

N37 TPI TIG

2-41

LM ASCENT PAD + 0 0 + 0 0 0 + 0 + + 0
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HRS MIN SEC V (NOR) V (VERT) N76 *CROSSRANGE DEDA 047 DEDA 053 DEDA225/226 j DEDA 231 TIG

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2-42

LM ASCENT PAD ASCENT TIG N76 INSERTION TARGET V(HOR) V(VERT) CROSSRANGE DEDA 047 DEDA 053 DEDA225 DEDA 226 DEDA 231 XXXX.X (FPS XXXX.X (FPS +XXX.X(NM) XXXXXX (OCTAL) XXXXXX (OCTAL) XXXXXX(I00 FT) HORIZONTAL VELOCITY AT ORBIT INSERTION VERTICALELOCITYT V A ORBIT INSERTION CROSSRANGE DISTANCE AT ORBITAL INSERTION SINEOFLANDING AZIMUTH ANGLE COSINE FLANDING O AZIMUTH ANGLE LOWER LIMIT OF _ AT ORBIT INSERTION UPPERIMIT OFG_ L AT ORBIT INSERTION RADIAL DISTANCE OF LAUNCH SITE FROM CENTER OF MOON XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC TIME OF APS IGNITION FOR LM ASCENT

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2-43

2-44

CSI DATA CARD (P32 LM MANEUVER) N!l CSI TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) CSl IGNITIONTIME

N37 TPI TIG

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TPI IGNITION TIME

N81 AVX AVY FDAI PITCH XXX.X(FPS XXX.X(FPS XXX(DEG) LOCAL VERTICALV A COMPONENTS OF THE CSl MANEUVER FDAI INERTIAL PITCH ANGLE AT THE CSl BURN ATTITUDE AGSIGNITION TIME OF NEXT MANEUVER DESIRED TPI TIG (FOR CSl CALCULATION ONLY)

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DEDA 275 N86 AGS AV AVXAGS AVYAGS AVZAGS

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2-45

2-46

CDH DATA CARD NI3 CDH TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX (HR:MIN:SEC) IGNITIONTIME FOR CDHMANEUVER

N81 LOCAL VERTICAL AV AVX AVY AVZ PLM FDAI +XXX.X (FPS) TXXX.X (FPS) TXXX.X (FPS) XXX(DEG) LOCAL VERTICAL AV COMPONENTS OFCDH MANEUVER FDAIINERTIAL PITCH ANGLE AT CDH BURN ATTITUDE AGSIGNITION TIME OF NEXT MANEUVER

DEDA 373

XXXX.X(MIN)

N86 AGS AV AVXAGS _VYAGS &VZAGS +XXX.X(FPS) _XXX.X(FPS) TXXX.X(FPS) LOCAL VERTICAL V A COMPONENTS OF CDH USED TOTARGETGS A EXT AV

2-47

2-48

TPI DATA CARD N37 TPI TIG XXX:XX:XX,XX (HR:MIFI:SEC) IGNITIONTIME FOR THE TPI HANEUVER

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2-49

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SECTION 4 DETAILED OBJECTIVE ACTIVITIES

This section contains the activity summaries which reflect the test objectives for Mission G as described in "Mission Requirements G Type Mission", SPD9-R-038, Change A dated May l, 1969. These activity summaries are presented the approximate sequence in which they are planned to occur during the mission. Each activity A. summary provides the following information: Functional to the Test

in

TEST OBJECTIVES. This is the listing of the Objectives (complete or partial) which relate particular activity;

B.

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C.

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D.

DATA REQUIREMENTS. This part of the summary identifies the gross data which are needed for evaluation of test results in terms of flight crew and ground support requirements. for relating Detailed and relating activities part of this section. rules and Functional to Functional Test Objectives with Test Objectives, are

Cross references the activity summaries provided as the initial The following A.

ground

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data not

requirements:

The collection the timeline

of highly desirable (HD) data of the crew _rocedures.

constrain

B.

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by real time may be deleted

All of the Test Requirements have not been totally implemented into the mission timeline. These items are identified in this section as "Not Implemented" or with the conditions by which they will be implemented.

4-I

TABLE 4-I MISSION ACTIVITY AND TEST OBJECTIVE CROSS REFERENCE

ACTIVITY LMDescent Lunar Surface Navigation EVA Preparation Surface External and Egress

FTO D-l, G-l, G-3, H-l, M-I G-l, B-l, A-l, J-4, and Photography and Photography D-l, E-l, M-3 S-031, B-l, I-l, G-2, G-3, L-4, M-2 B-2, E-l, M-3 D-2, E-2, C-l, F-l, D-3, E-3, C-2, F-2, D-4, H-2, C-3, I-3, L-2, J-5, L-l J-2, M-3 L-3, L-4, J-3,

Sample Collection LM Observations Observations

Lunar Surface

Experiment

Deployment/Conduct

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S-080

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4-5

LM DESCENT A. Test D-l G-l G-3 H-l M-l B. Test I. Objective LM Landing Gear Performance Under Landing Conditions Location of the Landed LM from LM Data Capability of Locating the Landed LM in Real Time from LM/CSM/MSFN Data Data on Landing Aids and Final Approach Visibility Photograph Lunar Surface During LM Descent Requirements Determine of landing landing site visibility, site landmarks. [H] extent of washout and visibility

2. 3.

Photograph the landing site during the approach through window with the data acquisition camera. [G, H, M] Evaluate graphs. landing [G, H] aids, i.e., Landing Point Designator,

the maps,

LM pilot's photo-

4.

Assess visual phenomena from expected. [H] Voice

during

LM landing

which

are

significantly

different

5.

[m]

anotate

location

and identity

of

features

during

final

descent.

6. 7. C.

Determine landing location features during descent. Assess LM landing conditions

in [G]

real on the

time lunar

by description surface. [D]

of

terrain

Procedures/Checklist I. 2. Photographic Descent and Television Document. Operations Plan.

Procedures

D.

Data Requirements I. Flight a. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

LM crew comments on landing site visibility during final approach and landing phases and on effectiveness of the Landing Point Designator and landing site recognition aids. [H] (M) GET at start of final approach. data [H] acquisition (M) camera photographs during LM

b.

c. d.

Voice track regarding observations descent phase. [G] (M) Photographs of features taken

of surface

features

during

the

the landing site and surrounding lunar surface through a LM window during descent. [G, M] (M) 4-6

e.

Data Acquisition Camera photographs of the high gate to touchdown. [H, M] (M) Photographs of features taken

landing

site

from

f.

the landing site and surrounding lunar surface through a LM window during descent. [G, M] (N) observed during the final approach, and vehicle stability after touchdown.

g.

Comments on any lunar dust the severity of the landing [D] (M) Support [D, G, H] (I,1)

2.

Ground a. b. c, d.

LM TM HBR. LM TM LBR.

[D, G] (M) touchdown. [G, H] (M) of signal through

LM BET from DOi through

MSFN tracking data of LM from touchdown. [G] (F4)

acquisition

4-7

LUNAR SURFACE NAVIGATION A. Test G-I G-2 G-3 L-4 M-2 B. Test I. 2. Objectives Determine the Location of the Landed LM from LM Data Determine the Location of the Landed LM from CSM Data Determine Capability of Locating the Landed LM in Real Time from LM/CSM/MSFNData Panoramic Coverage of Distant Terrain Features Photograph Lunar Surface Post Touchdown/Pre EVA Requirements Correlate photomaps Photograph [G, M] Obtain Provide lunar surface features surrounding and mark the LM location. [G, L, terrain features thru the M] landing site with LM location.

the LM window to correlate

3. 4. 5.

two sets

of

LM IMU alignments of prominent

after

landing features.

[G] [G, L]

TV coverage

terrain

Track the landed LM from the CSM during two orbital passes. Mark on a landmark near the landed LM. [G] - (Only one pass is implemented.) Track the CSM with LM RR during of the [G] the one pass. landed [G] - (Not Implemented.) sur-

6. 7.

Obtain 70 MM photographs rounding lunar features. Assist MCCH in determining

LM or its

shadow and the

8. C.

landing

LM location

in

real

time.

[G,

L]

Procedures/Checklist I. 2. 3. 4. Photographic and Television Surface Operations Align Plan. (P57)". (P22)"

LM AOH, "PGNCS Lunar LM AOH, "Lunar CSM AOH, "Orbital Requirements Flight a. Surface

Program Program

Navigation

Navigation

(P22)".

D.

Data I.

Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs of the landed LM location on lunar photomaps. [G] (M)

Estimate

4-8

b.

Comments by LM crew regarding any difficulties estimating the location of the LM with respect features. [G] (HD) Comments by LM crewman on location of landed to prominent terrain features. [G] (M) Obtain high resolution CSM. [G] (M) Photographs of features taken photographs of the

encountered in to lunar surface

c.

LM with

respect

d.

landing

area

from

the

e. f.

the landing site and surrounding lunar surface through a LM window after landing. [G, M] (M) of the lunar surface as viewed from the LM.

Provide TV coverage [G, L] (M)

2.

Ground Support a. b. c. d. e. LM TLM HBR. [G] (M) LM TLM LBR. [G] (M) BET of CSM during BET of LM from the lunar surface touchdown. area obtained phase. [G] (M)

DOI through

[G] (M) during previous lunar

Photographs of the landing missions. [G] (M) Post-scan Estimate Reflectivity illumination. conversion solar video

f. g. h.

tape

of all

TV coverage. by mission contributing

[L]

(M) [L] (M)

illumination and geometry [L] (HD)

established of surfaces

geometry. to indirect

4-9

EVA PREPARATION AND EGRESS A. Test B-l B-2 C-l C-2 C-3 L-I B. Test I. 2. Objectives Demonstrate Egress-to/Ingress-from the Lunar Surface Evaluate Crew Lunar Surface EVA Capability EMU Capability to Provide a Habitable Environment EMU Effects on Crew Mobility/Dexterity/Comfort Data/Voice Communications Capability During EVA TV Coverage of an Astronaut Descending to the Lunar Surface Requirements Perform EVA preparations. [C] pre-mounted TV camera and turn the lunar surface. [L] [B, C] TV coverage of the lunar surface camera

Release the MESA pallet with power on prior to descent to Egress to the lunar surface.

3. 4.

Deploy and set EVA. [L] During relay. Two-way

the TV camera to provide

5.

EVA, communicate [C] voice

with

MSFN via

the EVA-LM-MSFN two way voice

6. 7,

[c]

communications

to

be performed

between

two EVA crewmen.

EMU and biomedical data transmitted to MSFN via

from two EVA crewmen will EVA-LM-MSFN one-way relay,

be simultaneously [C]

C.

Procedures/Checklist I. 2. EVA Procedures Lunar Surface Document. Operations Plan.

D.

Data I.

Requirements Flight a. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs MSFN of the initial and final positions of the PLSS water valve, primary oxygen shutoff valve and water shutoff/ valve each time they are changed. [C] (M) flow, unit (M) low feed status

Notify diverter relief

b.

Notify MSFN when PLSS; High 02 flowrate, low vent water pressure or PGA pressure low remote control indicators and audible warning tone come on, [C]

4-10

c

Record

EMU radiation

dosimeter

readings

just

prior

to

the EVA.

[c](M)
d Notify MSFN if noxious odors occur or any condensation on the visor assembly. [C] (HD) Comment on the adequacy of procedures and difficulties during donning of EMU equipment. [C] (HD) encountered

e

f

Comment on time required and adequacy of the EMU checkout procedures. [C] (MD) Comment on the adequacy of EMU thermal from a sunlit area to shadow and vice Comment on estimated energy expenditure to simulation experience. [C] (HD) environment versa. [C] and comfort when walking (_) as compared

g

h

i j.

Provide data on the adequacy of hardware and procedures, and the time required to perform the egress from the LM. [B] (M) Comment on voice [C] (M) Provide quality for EVA-EVA and EVA-LM-MSFN communications.

k.

(M)
l)

sequence

camera

coverage

and TV camera

coverage

of:

[B,

M]

A crew member descending A crew member walking A crew member performing Support EB, C] (M) TV signals. (HD) video

to

the

lunar

surface.

2) 3) 2. Ground a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

on the lunar

lunar

surface. EVA operations.

surface

LM TM FM.

Ground recorded LM TM LBR. Post-scan Record [k]

[B]

(HD)

conversion

tape

of all during

TV coverage. video

ILl

(M) ILl (HD)

of S-band

signal

strength

transmission. [L]

GET at beginning Time period, simultaneously if

and end of TV transmission. any, when LBR TM (in lieu with TV data. [L] (M)

of HBR TM) transmitted

4-1i

h.

Identity of ground from LM. [L] (M) Time period, if any, TV data. [L] (M) Estimate LM position MSFN recording of incident on lunar

station(s)

used to

record

video

transmission

i.

when erectable

antenna

used to

transmit

j k. I.

illumination. surface. [H]

[L] (HD)

(M)

of EVA-LM-MSFN voice.

[C]

(M)

4-12

SURFACE SAMPLE COLLECTION A. Test A-I E-I F-I F-2 I-3 J-2 J-3 J-4 M-3 B. Test I. Objectives Provide a Contingency Lunar Surface Sample Behavior and Characteristics of the Lunar Surface Collect Rock Samples and Fine Grained Material Photograph Collection Area of Samples Obtain a Lunar Sample for Quarantine Testing Obtain a Core Sample of the Lunar Surface Collect Lunar Geologic Samples Collect a Lunar Environment Sample Obtain Photographs of Geologic Inspection & Sampling Requirements Contingency

[A]

Sample

- Obtain

upon first

descending

to the

lunar

surface.

2.

Bulk Material loose samples.

- Obtain [F]

30 pounds consisting

of I/3

fragmentary

and 2/3

3. 4.

Core Sample - Obtain

with

the drive using tools

tube. stowed

[I, in

J] the MESA. Photograph

Geologic Samples - Obtain sample areas. [J, M] Lunar Environment Sample

5. C.

- Seal

in

gas analysis

container.

[J]

Procedures/Checklist I. 2. 3. Lunar Lunar Landing Surface Mission Operations and Television Flight Plan. Operations Plan. Plan.

Photographic

D.

Data Requirements I. Flight a. b. c. d. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs relation lunar to LM where samples were collected. [A, F, J] (M) [E] Sample. (M)

Record areas in [A, F, a] (M) Record unusual

surface

observations. collection collection

Comment on soil Comment on soil [E] (HD)

behavior behavior

during during

of Bulk of

Sample.

Documented

e.

Estimates of volume of fine grained bag of the Documented Sample. [E] 4-13

material (HD)

collected

in one

f. g. 2.

Take photographs Photograph defined in the the

during

sample

collection.

[A,

F] (HD) as

lunar surface Photographic

sample areas and of the samples Operations Plan. [J] (M)

Ground Support a. b. LM position on lunar of all surface. [J] (M) conferences. [J] (M)

MSFN recordings

MSFN/EVA voice

4-14

EXTERNAL LM OBSERVATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHY A. Test D-I D-2 D-3 D-4 L-2 M-3 B. Test I. 2. 3. 4. 5. C. Objectives Effects of Landing on LM Landing Gear Effects of Landing on LM Structure and Components Descent Engine Skirt Damage and Clearance After Landing Effects of RCS Plume Impingement on LM Structure and Components TV Coverage of External Landed LM Obtain Photographs of Landed LM Requirements Operate the TV camera to provide any observed descent engine of LM external skirt ground an external structural clearance. impingement collected view of the LM. [D, M] [D, M] [D, M] M] [L]

Photograph Determine Photograph Obtain

damage. [D,

any effects

RCS plume

observed.

photographs

of any lunar

material

on the LM.

Procedures/Checklist I. Mission G Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

D.

Data I.

Requirements Flight a. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs include any visible [D] (M) dis-

Comment on any LM component damage to coloration or lunar soil accumulation. Comments describing of any skirt ground any descent clearance.

b.

engine skirt [D] (M)

damage and estimate

c.

If the landing gear strut assembly estimate the amount of stroking of assembly. [D] (M)

photographs each primary

cannot be obtained, and secondary strut

d.

Photograph the landing gear to show the stroking secondary strut assemblies. [D, M] (M) Photograph the LM exterior showing any structural along

of the

primary

and

e. f.

damage.

[D,

M] (M)

Photograph each landing Y axis. [D, M] (HD)

gear assembly

the Z axis

and the

4-15

g. h. i. j. k.

Photograph Photograph

the the

descent

engine

skirt.

[D, [D,

M] (HD) M] (HD) antenna, [D, M] (HD) lunar material RCS jets,

LM base heat shield.

Photograph the LM exterior, windows and foot pads. [D, Photograph soil accumulation

i.e., structure M] (HD) on the LM.

Photographs by the close adhering to LM surfaces. Support (M), [L] of gravity

up stereo camera of [M] (HD)

2.

Ground a. b.

kM TM HBR. [D] LM Mass, [E] (M) center

(HD) and mass moment of inertia calculations.

c. d. e. f. g.

Video tape Record GET at

of all

TV coverage. signal strength

[L]

(M) TV coverage. ILl (HD)

of S-band beginning

during

and end of

TV operations. LBR TM and TV transmission. [L] (M)

Time period Identification [L] (M)

of simultaneous of ground

station(s)

used to record

video

transmission.

h.

Time period when erectable surface. [L] (M)

antenna

was used to

transmit

from

lunar

4-16

LUNAR SURFACE OBSERVATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHY A. Test E-I E-2 E-3 H-2 J-5 L-3 [o-4 L-5 M-3 B. Test I. Objectives Behavior and Characteristics of the Lunar Surface Erosion of Lunar Surface by DPS Plume Impingement Effect of Any DPS Venting on the Lunar Surface Crew Performance of Visual Tasks on the Lunar Surface Study and Description of Lunar Topography Features TV Coverage of Lunar Surface Near LM TV Panoramic Coverage of Distant Terrain Features Coverage of Astronaut Activities on the Lunar Surface Obtain Photographs During EVA Requirements Provide TV coverage of the lunar surface in the vicinity of LM and panoramic scenes of distant terrain features. [L] the

2.

Photograph the lunar terrain at various azimuths with respect to the sun including 9, 90 and 180 degrees. Comment on ability to see terrain features in these areas. LH, M] Estimate of view the distance of photographs to prominent terrain taken. [H] features within the field

3.

4.

Observe lunar compressibility,

surface characteristics including texture, consistency, cohesiveness, adhesiveness, density and color. [E]

5.

Study and photograph the mechanical behavior of the lunar surface from interactions of astronauts boots and equipment with the lunar soil, erosion by DPS plume impingement and DPS venting. [E, M] Describe and photograph field relationships range, pattern of alignment or distribution of lunar topographic features. [J,M] Photograph state. [M] the structure of lunar surface such as shape, size, of all accessible types

6.

7.

material

in its

natural

C.

Procedures/Checklist I. Mission G Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

D.

Data I.

Requirements Flight a. Crew Report/Logs/Photographs

Report condition of the temperature indicator viewing ports on the TV camera at the beginning and the end of the TV operations. [L] (M)

4-17

b.

Position of the TV camera scan rate operation. [L] (M) Comments describing lunar surface while the interaction walking. [E]

switch

at start

of TV

c.

between (M)

astronaut

boots

and

d.

Comments on slope and roughness terrain to include descriptions ments or other obstacles. [E] Comments on the color mechanically disturbed Comments on lunar any discoloration.

characteristics of craters, (M)

of the depressions,

landing embank-

e.

and texture of both areas of the lunar adjacent

undisturbed surface. to

and [E] (M) to include

f.

soil conditions [E] (M)

DPS vents

g.

Comments describing the lunar surface penetration by the Solar Wind Composition Staff and core sample tool under their own weight and the estimated force. [E] (Mandatory for either the staff or the core sample tool: highly desirable for the other.) Comments on lunar soil erosion pingement during landing. [E] Record vent Photograph effects. valves opened. as caused (M) (M) DPS plume to impingement if soil erosive discoloraby the DPS plume im-

h. i. j. k.

[E]

the lunar surface [E, M] (M)

showing

Photograph the lunar surface adjacent tion is observed. [E, M] (M) Photograph astronaut an astronaut footprint boots and lunar surface.

DPS vents

I.

showing interaction [E, M] (M)

between

m.

Photograph the Solar Wind Composition Experiment Staff and core sampling tool after being inserted to their maximum depth as penetrometers. [E, M] (HD) Photograph the in the vicinity Photograph from [E, M] (HD) natural slopes, of the landing the CSM of the crater site. lunar walls [E,M] surface and embankments (M) surrounding the LM. of tasks

n.

o. p.

Comments on the visibility of the lunar terrain as a function the sun/viewing angle and on their ability to perform visual while on the lunar surface. [H] (M)

4-18

q. r. s.

Comments on color/contrast Comments on and significant Estimate the field

perception. unexpected

[H] visual

(M) phenomena. [H] (M) within

of distance to at least one prominent terrain of view of the photographs in item t below.

feature [HI (M) to include

t.

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0

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M] (HD)

Photograph a representative depression caused by use of the scoop in collecting fine grained fragmental material. [E, M] (M) Photograph one of the one scoop of fine grained fragmental pre-numbered bags. [E, M] (HD) material placed in

w.

x.

Photograph of each LM foot pad and surrounding evidence of LM foot pad-lunar soil interaction.

lunar soil [M] (HD)

exhibiting

2.

Ground Support a. b. c. d. e. f. LM TM HBR. Estimate Video Record of [m, L] (HD) incident illumination. TV coverage. signal strength [L] [D] (M) TV transmission. [L] (M) with TV. [L] (M) (M)

tape of all of S-band

during

GET at beginning Time period ILl (m) Identity mission.

and end of TV transmission.

when LBR TM was transmitted

simultaneously

g.

of ground [L] (M)

station(s)

used to record

LM video

trans-

h.

Time period when erectable lunar surface. [L] (M)

antenna

was used to transmit

from

the

4-19

EXPERIMENT DEPLOYMENT/CONDUCT A. Test S-031 S-078 S-080 B. Test I. Objectives Deploy the Passive Seismic Experiment Package Deploy the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector Experiment Conduct the Solar Wind Composition Experiment Requirements Emplace, (PSEP). [S-031 ] Photograph level and orient Deploy the solar the Passive Seismic Experiment panels and aim the antenna at Package the earth.

2. 3.

the

deployed

PSEP and deployment

area.

[S-031] the descent

Remove the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR) from stage and carry it to the deployment site. [S-078] Emp-lace, level to she landing and orient the site. [S-078] LRRR to the alignment

4.

marks

corresponding

5.

Remove the Solar Wind Composition deploy it on the lunar surface.

Experiment [S-080]

from

the LM MESA and

6.

After one hour operation, disassemble the Solar Experiment, place the reel and foil in a teflon sample return container. [S-080]

Wind Composition bag and store in a

C.

Procedures/Checklist None

D.

Data Requirements I. Flight a. b. c. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs of experiment. area. [S-031, [S-031] S-078, (M) S-080] (HD)

Comment on deployment Photograph deployment

Comment on location of deployed experiment LM, attitude of deployed foil with respect time foil was deployed. [S-080] (M) Retrieve IS-080] reel (M) and foil from the Solar

with respect to the to the sun and total

d.

Wind Composition

Experiment.

e. 2.

Comments on orientation [S-078] (HD) SuDport

and elevation

setting

used

for

deployment.

Ground a.

Experiment

TLM Data [S-031]

(M)

4-20

POST EVA OPERATIONS A. Test B-l C-l C-2 B. Test I. 2. C. Objectives Demonstrate Egress-to/Ingress-from the Lunar Surface EMU Capability to Provide a Habitable Environment EMU Effects on Crew Mobility, Dexterity/Comfort Requirements Perform Perform post EVA preparations [C] and ingress. [B]

PLSS shutdown.

Procedures/Checklist I. EVA Procedures Document.

D.

Data Requirements I. Flight a. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

Notify MSFNof the initial and final positions of the PLSS water diverter valve, primary oxygen shutoff valve and water shutoff/ relief valve each time they are changed. [C] (M) Notify MSFNwhen PLSS; High 07 flowrate, low vent water pressure or PGA pressur_ low remote control indicators and audible warning tone come on. [C] flow, low feed unit status (M)

b.

c.

Provide data on the adequacy of hardware and procedures, and the time required to perform the ingress to the LM. [B] (M) Comment on the adequacy of procedures during doffing of EMUequipment. [C] Record quantity [C] (M) of water drained and difficulties (HD) encountered

d.

e.

from PLSS at end of EVA period.

f.

Record EMU radiation [C] (M) Provide sequence member ascending

dosimeter

readings

after

completion

of

the

EVA.

g.

camera coverage the LM ladder.

and TV camera [B] (M)

coverage

of

a crew

4-21

Contamination A. Test I-l I-2 B. Test I. Objectives

Prevention

Prevent Earth Contamination by Lunar Exposed Materials Minimize Crew/CM Contamination by Lunar Exposed Materials Requirements All contamination related operations from the initial astronaut egress to the lunar surface until postflight crew/cm quarantine will be completed per procedures contained in _he documents listed below. [I]

C.

Procedures/Checklist I. 2. 3. Lunar Surface Operations Document Plan

EVA Procedures Quarantine

Procedures

D.

Data Requirements I. Flight a. Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

Crew comments on the adequacy of Biological Isolation Garment, sample return containers, Mobile Quarantine Facility and related equipment and procedures used to prevent back contamination. [I] Photograph particles. Support Facility to the Lunar boots, clothing [I, M] (HD) and equipment showing adhesion of

(M)

b. 2.

Ground a. b.

Deliver samples, CM and Mobile Quarantine Receiving Laboratory. [I] (M)

Comment on ground procedures and hardware used for retrieval, biological isolation and CM transfer to the Lunar Receiving Laboratory. If] (M) Report on the existence of contamination of the crew on CM. [I] (M)

c.

4-22

SECTION V - CONSUMABLESANALYSIS

NOTE Acknowledgement is made to the Mission Planning and Analysis preparation of the consumable Systems Division for the PLSS Consumables Analysis Section (CAS) of the Division (MPAD) for their work in the analysis presented herein and to the Crew Consumables.

5-i

CSM-IO7/LM5

PROPELLANT BUDGET Budget Analysis are summarized in the

The results of the Propellant following Tables and Figures: TABLE 5-I TABLE 5-2 TABLE 5-3 TABLE 5-4 TABLE 5-5 TABLE 5-6 TABLE 5-7 TABLE 5-8 TABLE 5-9 TABLE 5-10 TABLE 5-11 FIGURE 5-I FIGURE 5-2 FIGURE 5-3 FIGURE 5-4 FIGURE 5-5 FIGURE 5-6 SM RCS Propellant SM RCS Budget CM RCS Propellant SPS Propellant SPS Assumptions LM RCS Propellant LM RCS Budget DPS Propellant DPS Assumptions APS Propellant APS Assumptions Total

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5-I

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6,30 ib

5-2

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678,1

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TO

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37697,

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86_,

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5-11

TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5H-RC$ lIME |MR) EVENT

PRuPEL_ANT

oU_6_| 5/C _T (LB_} 5M-Rc5 Ub_D (_$J 5M-Rc5 LEFT (LBS) 5MRC_ uEfT

120,U

_AFIP

_AT_

3/6971

tl

Bb3*_

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12Q,g

_LV

g3

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HO_

3769_,

3,0

859,1

;O,

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2_

A[I|TUDE

_OLb

NA_O_

OEAO_ANo

J76_7,

_,_

863.9

/U*

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5oPPORT

_H

LIFT

OFF

3766Vs

I_eO

835_9

o_s

12_,b

MAnEOVL_

TO

TRAC_

LM

pO_T

_|FI_FF

3/6_be

3,|

B3_*d

6_,

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MA_EOV_

TU

SUPPORt

LM

C_L

dURN

37663o

3, I

82V.7

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i25,b

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I0

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P_T

C5!

37660,

3,I

826,b

bO,

125,6

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2b

ATIITUDE

_OLQ

NARRU_

_EA_AN_

31bbH,

5,2

82|,_

67,

&26,_

MANEUVER

|U

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COM

bURN

37b_

.

3,0

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67,

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POST

CDM

376N_,

3,1

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t26,b

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HAw

37b_,

3,J I

612,2

67,

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_NDZ

NAV

376_2,

3,11

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bb,

t27,U

MANEUVER

gO

SUPPONT

_M

TPL

BURN

37639,

3.t

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bb*

5-12

TABLE

5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RES TIME EVENT

PROPELLAN[

oUUGET _/C _T _M-RC_ (_o5) _M-RC_ iLdS) _M_FT

$27,I

MANEUVER

TO

IRAC_

LM

pO_T

TPI

3163_,

3,1

8U3.U

66,

127,I

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lu

COAs

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3]b33e

3.1

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6b,

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IU

Sxr

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3763U.

3.1

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Oh.

|27,Z

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TO

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LM

MCLI

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bb,

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bl,

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5-13

TABLE

5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RC_ TIML LVLNI

_RuP_L_AIxl

_UP_LT $/C nT SM-_C$ {LBSI $M-RC_ (LBS) 5MLLFT

132,_

TRACK

L_

315_Q,

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58+

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135,u

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37bZi,

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375_8, u_

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5-14

TABLE

5-2 (CONT'D)

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5-2

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_M-MC5 I|ME |MR) I EVENT

PMQP_LLANT

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TABLE 5-3 CH RCS Propellap_t S_r_ar_,;

item Loa_ed l_'apped Available for mission planning Nozcinal sage u Nominal remaining

2rooellant required: lb. -36 4 --

Propellant remaining_ lb. 245.0 _8.o 208.6

39.3 --

!69.3 169.3

5-22

SERVICE SERVICE PROPULSION SYST_{ (SPS).

PROPULSION budget

SYSTE4 presented in table 5-4 inassumnrecuirements

- The

is for a July !0 !auneh_ 72 degree launch azimuth_ first opportur_ity jection, _.a = hour lunar parking orbit, and fast earth re_uz<,_. The tions use(_ in >,_'-_=_,a_'ir=_ --*o this budget are _oresented in table 5-5. AV were coordinated with I2,1&B in MPAD.

It should be noted that the mission flexibility allowance c!' _,CC fps n_s used in ......... t Pe fast return. _-'d:_it'_nto _Tn real time however, it is higkly that a slower earth return _ou:u be perfornted in the missicn flexibiliLy
l r,,

beeK '" _,±ke _/ ,%;

had already been =sed ,,e,g., for _r,_rescu<). Table 5-h shows 3906 ibs of propellant re!,;¢i£in:_ ne.Ttlr_al!y and a total propellant t__ar_in (accounting _:<bk. for t_'e _.... ___nl:,_,, =_, and the fast re%urn) cf _oKh_ lb. TABLE 5-4 - APOLLO Ii SPS PROPELLM[T S_N_9,1S_Y PRCRELL__T nm.'ATNI: " _' _'_ L,#J.L 59.5 !CO.C -4C_61./ 40]C2. ! 402C2.1 4C202.! q LP

PRCPELLANC I-m:=<
a

n=qNIRKm

_ Ta

Loaded Trapped and unavailable Outage Untalancc meter Availab2 for A_V e Required for AV 1166.4 9 rain. 59 see. , 'I =_<,,__. o _._,_,7 k 1115.4 '-(_.8 10077.8 -2212.4 426.0 --

T!_,.IC (120 fps)b LOI-I (_,__4 fps, _o _

_9'3_5.7 1517_. 7

L01-2 (i_7.4 fp% !.OPC TEI (16.6 fps_ .9

16.4 sec.) sec.']

148:$7.9 Ij9_4.1 3906._< xcO6 169_.9 i_o_,.9 _ i_o I•9

(_'3292.7 fps,

!L 9 sec.)

Nominalrer,_aining Mission flexibility (900 fps) Dispersiens (-_ _)

Prooel!ant margin -

a 1971=.O_- ]b _ b includes

of

fuel fps

and for

25091.0 evasive

ib

of oxidizer;

this

is loaded

on

_'_'__-ib ._7

19.7

maneuver

5-23

TABLE 5-5

-

ASSUi'.'IPTIO['_S FOR THE _A°0LL0 I1

SPS

PROPELLAI<T BUDCET

l.

There is a non-propulsive start. LM rescue assumed

propellant loss of IL.4 Ib for each engine three engine starts.

2.

A mission flexibility _V of 900 fps has been included in the SPS budget to provide the capability to perform a worst case LM rescue, or to handle several other contingencies (such as loss of PGNCS)_ or to perform a quicker earth return. Spacecraft weight: 12 260.0 ib iC 551.3 !b 9_.0 ib
° . , . • f_ 4C o_0.7!b

_.

CM .............. S_,: .............. SLA Ring ........... TankedSPS • _i,= ....(unmanne Total 4. Lu_nar Orbit Activity Total weight transfer Total weight 5. transfer
° • • °

d)

....

.

.

°

x_
j_

276 ib • 5

96 nnn _ Ib (C_7,i to If_) = 436. 7 ib (_._to C_!) = 2@4.0 ib losses: .... + encre=en_a= 7 Weight
° . • . o

_,[ BCS, EPS, and ECS weight HissionPeriod
±_JiC EL to _ _ . ....

Lcss_

Ib

191._ 327.! 92.0 146.5 216.1 requirement) for !3_ rescue was

TI2_C to LOI-I

........

LOI-I to LOI-2 ........ LOI-2 to LOPC LOPC to TEI 6. SM RCS usage 216 lb. ........ ........ rendezvous

(above nominal

5-24

LH RCS BUDGET Ground i. were Rules and Assumptions performance Operational i0. were were assumed assumed to be made at 2.C °/sec. to be three-axis maneuvers. and propellant Data Book requirements

_ata for the _4 RCS engine from the Spacecraft 9 and Apollo maneuvers maneuvers

obtained

and postfli_ht

analysis 2. >.

from Apollo

All orientation All orientation

5-25

TABLE !/,4 RCS Propellant Loade_ Trapped !ominaldelivera%!e Gaging Inaccuracy an_ loading

5-6 and Usage Stur=_mry

Loading

6_3.0 40.6 _92.4 tolerance 39.5 17.0 _ 35.9 252.7 25_.2

_Ciztureratio uncertainty Usable Uominal mission requiremen_ i_ominalemaining r

5-26

TABLE 5-7
I_
J

-

RCS

PRhPFI TTTI F

[ ANT

_HI}GPT a q/C WT !M RCS (L3S)

PA_F IM b RCS (LBS) 633,0 628.0 628,0 626.1

I IM RCS (%) i00-0 99.2 99.2 98.9 98.6 98.3 98,2 97.9 97.3
i

TIfF HKS _

FV;I_I

b

(LBS)

O 99 I00 i00 i00 I00 • 00 I00 I00 101 I01 xO1 lO1 ZOl i01 I01 101 101 i01 lOl 101

u OGTPUI _5 _ Iv RCS hOT

PROPELLANT FIRE

LOADINGS

33714. 53709, 53709,

.0 5,0 ,0 1.9

Ui_DOCKiN_ uNCOCKI_G FOR FOR FOR VELOCITY I_SPECTION INSPECTIOI_ INSPECTION YA_ PITCH YAW

ISINuLL _0 20 25 _ bO

35707. 53705. 33703. 53702. 35690. 33687.

LNi N_h_h LN LM MhV;i MNV_

1.7!624.@ 2,0 ,8 2.0 5.6 3.6 622,@ 621,6 619.6 616.0 612,q

FOEMAIION Rk LOCK Oh

FLYING _N_R STAR STAR SIAR BURN I 2 3 AITIIUOE

O [MU C u 52 02 _b _ o_ a6 _b _o W2 IMb I_!u _NVR

REALIGN RLALIGN REALIGN TO DOI NOLD ULLAGE

33683. _680. 33676, 33672. 53672. 35667, 3_W19,

96,7 96,2 95,6 95,0 95.0 9W,I 9W,I 93,3 92,1 92,1 91.9 91,3 91.3 91,2 91.0 90.4 actual weight

_.6i608.8 5,6 5.6 .1 5.9 ,0 5,0 7.6 .3 1.0 3.6 ,6 ,6 1.2 3.6 reflect 605,2 601.6 601.5 595.6 595.8 590,6 583,0 582,8 581,8 578.2 577,6 577,0 575,8 572.2 the

ATTITb_E 2 _ET

_GI

BUrN CONTROL DCI BURN

_OI, EI_T TEI_

33W14. 55W07. 33W07. 33W06.

hGRIZONTAL hOLD L:OWN ON NNVR

RESIDUAL

ATTIToOE PITCH RR

LOCK

_3602, 33W01. 33W01,

i01 =51PITCH DOWN
lOl 102 102
a

55 0 IU

YA_

LEFT CHECK 01_ MNVR analysis only loaded and

ALIGNNENT Rlt LOCK

33400. 33396. do not

b

These _fter

wezghts were used for consumables loadin_. remaining

RCS propellant

of total

5-27

TABLE 5-7

(CONT'D) _%UI C-F'[ • _1 ,. [q/C ,_]_ I N (LBS) RCS P_(_F. LM RCS D 2

LIe " #tCS PKqPELLAh.T I:_L ili<S EVEN! t ]Jli_E

iO LN RCS _ _LE FJL _ ILLS) (LBS) (%) 3.6 i.O .1 5,9 .O 54.1 .0 .0 .0 ,0 568.6 567.6 567.5 89.8 89.7 _9.7 8_.7 88.7 83.3 83.5 83.5 85.3 85.5

,L(,.J_.14

_, 4_R lO

PUI

AIlI[UbE

55392. 33591 53391. 33385. 16753, 16710. 16710.

iO& 1_, i._iN,AIN lu2: /02 102 102 102 ll2 /.24 lZq 2_IATTITLIE _ 05 2 ,:ET POI

LOS hOLD

I

bLLAGE

!561,7 561,7 52.7.5 527.5 527.5 527.5 527,5

5bAN

,35 Pb_,Ei<EC i::ESCEI;'i 47 IObgHbtwl, LGi,AR S,_%PLES OFF wIfH RCS/

q O AD[; ,3 Z5

i16580. L0840. 6087.

L.UI';AF, LIFI

P_EREC ASCEI,;I PHASE APS j_N., _C_Oj!4 i C _ _E P___ CS/APS R_< LCCK ,_ Ii4TERCOi_F:ECT ON MNVR

12q _

_0

_

'

5969,

,9

526.7

8;5.2

12W 124 12q

-'5

5969. 5967. 59614. 5962. 1 5962. 5961. 5961. 5961. 5958. 5957, 5923. 5920. 5919.

.q 526.2 1.8 3.3 1.3 .4 .4 524.4 521.2 519.9 519.5 519.0

83.1 82.8 £2.5 82.1 82.1 82.0 81.9 81,9 81.4 81.2 75.9 75.q 75.3

.50 I,,;SERTiGI_, BURN CONTROL aO TRIM OUT OF PLANE HOLD STAR _IAR2 STAR5 ERROR

12,4 _6 AlllfUCE J,2q IZq 124

-_7 :IP,U REAL16N a? _7 li4b IMU RLALIGN REALIGN

.4 518.6 .4 518.1 2.7 515,5 1.3 33.6 3.3 514.2 q.80.6 477.2

i2q 55 R_<LOCK 01_MNVR 12W 55 iv, AINT,_IN LOS 125 125 125 125 15 21 Z6 ATTITLCE CSI BbRN HOLu [<C5 +Z LOS PLAi'iE CI-iANGE ATTITUDh |

IvAII_TAIN lo

'4-4 i, NVR

.4 476.8

b

These weights were used for analysis only and do not reflect the actual weight after consumables loadin_. RCS propellant remaining of total loaded 5-28

TABLE 5-7 (CONT'D)
IP TI_.'.HRS r i_C._ P_:_;hPFI LAI,,T I*!TI_F i_iilLl:rT c:/C WP I_:',' (L_S) RCS i iqFFI (L]S) 5918. buRN 5914, 5913, 5911. 5910, 5906, 5902. 5901, 5884. 5883, 5849. CONTECL OOCKi_,6 " 5833. 5823. 1.3 q,l PaGF LF b RCS I _-lrT ( L::_S ) 475,5 471,4 .l LM b RCS I FF T (_) 75.1 74,5 74,4 7_,I 73,9 7D.3 72.6 72.4 69.7 69.5 6_.2 61,7 60.1

EVt:TI4I__

_.25 125 120 z_[. I_[ 126 1£_ 126 12_ 12b i27 127 ±28
a

_:, bL. _ O

,_llllbbE I_CS FK PL.':i'.E LCCF.

r, OLU C_Ai",GE _GF. kNvF LOS E _OuO

.4 !471,0 2,0 i,_ 4.0 _.0 1,5 17.0 1.3 469,0 467,7 465.7 459.7 458.q 441.q 440,1

4Alhlt\IN

J._ AflI[b. l; J,:, a3 3c bO

_.UI'__{_-5 __.UHI!, _ A1 TAIN AITIIL_,E I_CS TP% LuS #OLO UCFLi., l-OS U_AFI,_,., _I_ LOS

;,I, INTAIf, ;-CC l',i,L_

36
36

,_4,.5.9 #06.3 16.0 10.0 390,5 _580._5

AI"[ITLCE CCI_TRGL

O0 "U-t

CS_', ACTZVE

These after

weights were used £oz consumables loading. remaining

ama]v_iq

only loaaea

s_a

_n

_n% _p?l_e+

&he

9ct_3_!

_[e_zh +

nu_ propellant

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DESCENT

PROPULSION

SYSTEM

PROPELL_NT

BUDGET is shown in table 5-8

Descent Pronu!sion Subsystem (DPS) - The DPS budget and the gro_u_ rules and assumptions in table 5-9.

Previously, the _ncertainty in the low-level sensor (65.7 !b) has been sho_n as a contingency allowance. Tnis is now included as part of the unusah!es. Also, there has previously been a contingency allowance for manual hover to allow for 2 minutes of burn time from 500 feet to touchdown, uT__e present budget shews a nominal AV which includes a manual allowance of 47 _ fps (90 sec) from 500 feet to touchdown. Any additional hover time will be used from the propellant margin (unassigned capability). The rate of use for hover is approximately 9.1 !b/see. Propellant loads are those actually loaded on _'_-5, and trapped and residual propellants are from Volume III_ SODB. Engine performance da_a and AV requirements !ave been coordinated with LAB in P_AD. _<ree sigma dispersions represent _otal Fropellant cost due to ) _ uncertainties in proDe!lant Icading_ trapped_ Isp _ AV_ separation weight_ non-AV consumables weight, and mixLure ratio. TT_ere is a total propellant margin of 669 ib or approximately 7) seconds of hover time. TABLE _-8 - APOLLO Ii DPS PROPELLANT SU_IARY PROPEEE_JT PE_Z,!!NC, LI: 18184.2 17960.7 17946.7 1767_.0 17_78.0 1078._ 853.6

PROPELL#j[T ITE'4 a Loaded Trappedand unavailable Outage Low-Level Available Sensor Uncertainty for AV REQUIRED_ LB -223.5 14.0 68.7 -16799.7 224.7

Nominal Required for AV of 6725.6 fps Dispersions (-_7) Contingencies

Engine Valve-Pair Malfunction (Z_R=J.CI6) Redesignation (60fps) Margin (73 sec. hover)

81.i 104.0 --

772.5 66_.5 665.5

a 6974.8

Ib fuel and 11209.4

ib oxidizer;

this

is loaded

on the _4-5

spacecraft.

5-31

TABLE

5-9 - ASSUMPTIONS

FOR THE APOLLO

ii DES PROPELLANT

BUDGET

I. 2, 9. 4. _.

Integrated

average

Isp = 901.9 _ _ 33746. 0.0108 96 fps Ib

9.54 seconds

LM separation weight Mixture

ratio = 1.596 _

Nominal _V = 6728.6 +

_n-_V consumables of 47.4 ib from separation from DOI to touchdown ASCENT PROPULSION SYSTEM PROPELL&NT

to DOI and 106.1 ib

BUDGET

Ascent Propulsion Subsystem (APS) - Tables 5-10 and 5-11 present the ascent propellant budget for the current mission. Propellant loads are those actually on LH-5. Mission _V was coordinated with LAB in HPAD. The budget shown in table 5-10 accounts for an engine valve-pair malfunction, a PGNCS to AGS switchover_ and a touchdown abort. 'ITlereis a total propellant margin of 68 ib or about 6 seconds of bu_-. time. TABLE 5-10 - APOLLO ii APS PROPELL_'_T SU_J_,_RY PROPELL_,IT P_INING_ LB 5238.4 5189.5 5172.0 _172.0 206.2 148.4

PROPELL_T IT_ Loaded a Trapped and Unavailable Outage _sailable forhV Nolainal Required for AV of 6072._ fps Dispersions Contingencies _no_._e_i_ Valve-oair_ Halfunction (_,R_.OI6 19.6 2).$ _6.8 -(-9 c) REQUIRED_ LB -_ 48.9 17.5 -L96_.8 57.8

125._ lOp.C 68.2 68.2

PSNCS tc A6S _;itchover(40 flss) Touchdown Abort (S¢=+99.9 !b, _a3/=-lSfps

74argin(6seconds)

a Includes 2019.9 spacecraft.

1% _'ue! and 52!_.p !b oxidizer;

this is loaded on the LM-_

5-32

TAHLE

5-11 - ASSUMPTIONS

FOR THE APOLLO

ii APS PROPELh&NT

BUDGET

I, 2. 54.

Isp -- 508.97+ Mixture

5.555 seconds

ratio = 1.602 + 0.0225

Wominal Z_V = 6072.5 + 35-5 fps Ascent stage lift-off weight i087_.o ib

5-33

CSM-IO7/LM5

CRYOGENIC/EPS AND ECS BUDGET EPS, and ECS analysis are summarized in the

The results of the Cryogenic, following tables and figures: TABLE 5-11 TABLE 5-13 TABLE 5-14 FIGURE 5-7 FIGURE 5-8 FIGURE 5-9 FIGURE 5-10 FIGURE 5-11 FIGURE 5-12 FIGURE 5-13 FIGURE 5-14 FIGURE 5-15 FIGURE 5-16 FIGURE 5-17 CSM Cryogenic

Loading

And Usage Summary

LM EPS Summary LM ECS Summary CSM 02 PROFILE CSM H2 PROFILE CSM POWERPROFILE CSM BUS VOLTAGE VS TIME LM DESCENT POWERPROFILE LM ASCENT POWERPROFILE LM TOTAL CURRENTPROFILE LM DESCENT 02 PROFILE LM ASCENT 02 PROFILE LM DESCENT H20 PROFILE LM ASCENT H20 PROFILE

5-34

CSM EPS BUDGET

ASSUMPTIONS

AND GROUND

RULES

i.

The system was assumed inverters.

to operate

v_ith three

fuel cells

and two

2o

Fuel cell purging

is included

in the EPS requirements.

3.

100_p fill for both H2 and 02 .

4.

_nmee entry and postlanding batteries were considered available to supply the total spacecraft power required for entry, parachute descent_ and postlanding time. Each battery was assumed to have 40 A-h capacity until splashdo-_m, at which time the capacity was uprated to 45 A-h.

5.

Two batteries were considered to be in parallel cells during ascent and for each SPS maneuver.

_dth the fuel

6.

No cryogenic

venting

was assumed

in flight.

7.

The EPS hydrogen

consumption

rate

(ib/hr) = 0.00257

x Ifc

8.

The EPS oxygen

consumption

rate

(lb/bre)

= 7.936

x "L

9.

Six battery charges were on battery B.

ass_ed:

three on battery A and three

5-35

TABLE APOLLO

5-12 SD%9,_RY

ii CRYOGENIC

I. Planning Allowance A. TotalLoaded

K2_ ib 58.60 2.32 1.50 54.75

027 ib 660.20 13.00 17.50 629.70

B. LessResidual C. Less InstrumentationError Available for Hission Plarming Ii. Predicted A. Usages i

Prelauneh i.

in!ine KTR + Pressure Relief

1.61

18.60

(T-2 to T-3 (Incl 12.5
2.

hol ))
.57 6.96

Power Production (plus ECS 0o) (T-3 to liftoff) Total Prelaunch requirements

2.18

25.50

B.

Flight i. EPS Requirements (Incl FC Purge) 36.60 36.60 288.33 72.40 10.35 371.08

12. CN ECS (Incl Cabin Purge) 3. _ Pressurizations

Total Flight Requirements !If. Nominal Reserves (RSS)

EPS Uncertainty(5 percent) ECS Uncertainty (.08 ib/hr)

1.83 .80 .86 2.17

14.42 15.60 12.90 10.20 26.87

TankUnbalance (AOH) Launch Window RSS Subtotal IV. 0_erational A. B. C. Reserves

Available for Hission Planting Less Nominal Predicted Usage Less NominalReserves Operational Reserve

54.78 38.78 2.17 13.83

629.70 396.58 26.87 206.25

i KSC Supplied Data 5-36

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GROU_Z} RUI_ES AND ASSU_[PT!ONS i. The descent stage batteries to earth liftoff. A 9.8 hour checkout go on the line ]< minutes pricr

2. 7.

was assumed

for llomar orbit. paralleled for the powered from the lunar surface.

Ascent and descent batteries were descent burn and prior to liftoff %_:!e S-band activation

4.

equipment was assumed on !GC percent from initial in lunar orbit until completion of the mission. radar electronics _._asassumed to be operational of time dictated hy the current 3 Mission flight

_._ TT:e rendezvous for the period p]an. 6,

_:Le primary navigation and {uidance subsystem (PCNCS) was left in the operate mode for the entire lunar stay. __:e fom_,ard window heaters were left off for the entire mission.

7.

5-41

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LM ECS GROU_D i. 2. RULES AND ASSUMPTIONS

BUDGET

Cabin

02 leakage

rate was 0.2 ib/hr

v_ile

pressurized 2 of the

Metabolic rates were varied according Spacecraft Operational Data Book _letabolic 02 consumed was _ pressurization requires

to Volume

3. 4. 5.
f

(1.643 x 10 -4 ) x (metabolic 6.62 ib of 02 2.65 Ib of 02 was total

rate)

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regulator

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7. 8. 9i0.

HI 0 lost due to urination 2 Cabin temperature Average glycol

control was set to 72 ° F

flow rate was 250 ib/hr trajectory and may

Pudget was performed on the operational change when the revision i is analyzed. TABLE 5-13 LM ECS Su_ary (a) Descent Sta6e

Description Loaded ................. Unusable ................ Available for mission .......... Required for mission .......... Usable remaining in tanks .........

O2_ ib L$.OO 3.40 44.60 26.17 18.43

H20 ib _ 210.6 16.4 194.2 142.4 51.8

(b) Loaded .................

Ascent Sta_e 4.86 74 4.12 1o95 2.17 85.00 4.20 80.80 45.48 35.32

Unusable ................. Available for mission Required for mission ......... .........

Usable remaining in tanks ........

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