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INTRODUCTION.

This docO_nent c-_m-munications_(1)

is the transcription as recorded on the

of the Skylab comnmnd module

i/h flight crew (C_f) data storage

equipment (DSE) and (2) as recorded on the airlock module (AM)re'corder. Data frc,m these recorders are telemetered (dumped) to Space Tracking and Data Network (STDN) sites for retransmission to the Lyndon B. Johnscn Sz_ _,_=. Center. _ Transcription of these tapes was managed by William A. ?ie[iey, Test Divis{on, Program Operations Office, to whcm inquiries r__garding this document should be referred. The transcript is divided into three columns -- time, speaker, and • ._xT. The Gl-eenwich mean time (GMT) column consists of four multidigit r.'L_:bersrepresenting days, hours, minutes, and seconds (e.g., 209 22 3 h -'i'?" the Julian dates shown as the First three numbers of the time c._.!_ur_. lb.-,s_eaker celun_1 indicates _:c-tmu. contains _ the verbatim Speakers Epacecraft _,i_, PLT SP? C_4 _._S _.i_3ion AA CC • . !,:CC Control i:_ the : Conm_ander Filot Scientist pilot Unidenti Multiple Centers: UnJ dentified Caps_le station (CAP CO_94) liable erewmember Gerald William P. R. (Jerry) (Bill) C!_:'r ['cgue the source transcript are of of a transmission; the text the communications. as follows:

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030 01 09

41

SPT

SPT at O0 - 01:09 debriefing J0P 13 on GAmma Vel. Made the maneuver to there, made the maneuver out. Could not really see anything. I made a couple of maneuvers around to try to ... guess where it may be. Used persistence image scope and the - on the WHITE LIGHT DISPLAY, as well as Just visual WHITE LIGHT DISPLAY. Used different settings of CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS. And I couldn't find anything, so I ended up going back to Sun center and making the 0.03 of a degree Y maneuver out. Started the exposures at 00:26 and ended them at 00:57. Changed the 55 GRATING at 00:45. I gave the exposures for - one exposure for 52. Unfortunately, when I first did it I had - was still in the TV position and didn't realize it until I started it. Apparently, unless you've got a solar corona staring at you, it's very tough for me to realize I'm at the TV position. There's no difference between TV and - and mirror position on the display, unless you really have something to look at. So I did that one over again. But I blew a couple of frames of film there which I am sorry for. Everything else was nominal in terms of maneuvers.

030 01 lO 41

SPT

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SPT

SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

030 01 52 51

CDR

This is the CDR with a test message for the testing of the R - of the recorder ALC bypass cable. Testing l, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, i. CDR out. PLT °.. PLT debriefing ... Start time was ... and -

030 01 53 13 030 O1 59 03 030 01 59 18 030 02 08 57

CDR PLT PLT PLT

PLT. Time is 02 ... data. Start time is 12:00, 12:00. Temperature is 74 degrees. Stop time is 13:00, 13:00. 72 degrees was the temperature at the end. Sequence ... 1 was 2.70015. And I'll read the last two digits: 37, 82, 24, 70, 65,

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25, 52, 80, 25 .... 2.75346 [?], I'ii read the last three of the remaining numbers: 295, 310, 228, 352, 247, 273, 249, 220, 269. Sequence 3, 4.33260. The last three of the remaining: 198, 263, 253, 191, 291, 239, 242, 266, 250. 030 02 i0 07 PLT PLT out.

TIME

SKIP

030 03 51 15

_DR

This is the CDR at 03:50 Zulu. On the last day pass, I went on a photographic rampage; left the Hasselblad and the Nikon IR camera smoking behind me. Started out over central China, and the first well, just a second. Let me go back one rev, and that is to a time of 01:i_ Zulu. This was Just prior to a medical conference, and I did not get this data logged and voice recorded. However, at 01:14 Zulu, as we were passing over Mongolia, we noticed a - a very definite fault line through the mountains near Ulan Bator, Mongolia. And we also - it also appears that on the southern end of this large fault, it looks like it may be a graben. So therefore we took a Hasselblad picture, ntnnber 165, at f/4.0, 1/250. It was Just - it was early morning - very low Sun angle. Then at 01:19, we flew over Vladivostok; we took a picture; that was frame number 166 of the - of the Hasselblad, and these were Charlie X-ray 18. This was taken at 5.6, i00 millimeter at 1/250. And the main point of interest here is all the ice in the harbor at Vlad - at Vladivostok. Then at 01:20, south of Vladivostok, on the Chinese/North Korean border is a huge mountain and very definitely a volcanic feature, with a crater on the top. I think it's shown on the map as a 9003-foot mountain on the border. That was taken - that's frame number 167. That was taken at - also at 5.6, 1/250. So that pretty much covers that day pass. Then this last day pass that we Just finished started out over central China.

030 03 52 09

CDR

030 03 52 57

CDR

030 03 53 51

CDR

3561 030 03 54 01 CDR My purpose in looking out the window at this time was to try to get the HH154-Alfa 2, optional HH Earth observations assignment that we had at that time. It was 02:57 Zulu. Most of the southern part of Chink was clouded over. However the Shanghai River basin was fairly clear with clouds to the south. And I took IRll on the Nikon, IR magazine f/8 with 030 03 54 42 CDR number ii, frames 32, 33, 34, and 35 at a 55-millimeter lens, 1/500.

Then as we moved on to - to the southwest - correction, southeast at 02:58, I took two frames in the IR of the southwest Taiwanwetland. These were frames 36 and 37, taken at f/8 and f/ll, respectively, 55-millimeter lens, 1/250. Then as we moved on to the south, we went over Ulithi, I believe, atoll. I'm pretty sure it was Ulithi. And just south of Ulithi, I espied, underneath the water, what I would take to be a seamount or a coral reef. The water was not breaking over it. You can see the color of it under the water, but it was not causing the water to break. It was much like what you see around the Bahamas under the water,but not - not comingup through the water. This was Charlie - taken on Charlie X-ray 44, frame number 23, Nikon 300, with a 4.5 f-stop, 1/lO00. And at 03:09 I took two pictures of Bougainville in Solomons Islands, 5.4, 1/1000. Those were frames 22 and 21 of Charlie X-ray 44. Then at 03:10, I took two more frames, one of them of Level - Vela Levella, and one of them of New Georgia Island. These are frames 20 and 19, 5.4, 1/1000 on Charlie X-ray 44. Okay, then I eased up and let it coast for a while. And as we approached New Zealand, I looked to the south from where we were. And you could see the entire North Island of New Zealand. So since the Hasselblad 100 was nearly out of f_]m and had wide field of view, I went ahead and shot frames number 168, 169, and [1170 on Charlie X-ray 18. This was done at 03:19 Zulu. Picture was New Zealand, North Island at f/ll and 1/250. Now there's several very interesting features on these three photographs I took. There's considerable coastal blooming on the northwestern coast

030 03 55 33

CDR

030 03 57 04

CDR

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of the North

Island.

And one of the streaks

of

blooming extends considerably out to the east. I said northwestern, I meant northeastern corner of North Island. And it - it heads out toward the Chatham Islands. There is also about five fires on New Zealand, North Island. They look to me to be control fires; they were in areas that was habited - inhabited. So therefore I would not consider them to be wild fires but probably control burning being done on North Island in New Zealand. 030 03 57 51 CDR Again, these were frames 168, 169, and 170. Then as we moved between New Zealand and the Chatham Islands, I saw very faint traces of the New Zealand Current. I did not feel that the - the traces were strong enough in color or - or intensity that they could be captured on film. However, I tried one more frame of Charlie X-ray 18 which was the Hasselblad at 03:20. And that's frame number 171, f/ll, 1/250. And heaven only knows if that one even made it. But think it was the end of the roll anyway, 030 03 58 29 CDR so I went ahead and took it.

There's considerable, very faint blooming between New Zealand and Chatham Islands. And the - the streaking that we see seems to be east-west streaking as if it were coming out between the gaps between North and South Island, New Zealand, headed towards Chatham Islands, or maybe vice versa. At any rate, it was a east-west streaking with eddies. Okay, now as I got over onto the eastern side of the Chatbsm Islands I was now out of film with the IR camera, as well as the Hasselblad. And I saw some spectacular blooming on the eastern side of the Chatham Islands. The - the strangest blooming I saw was about equidistant - the same distance that Chatham Islands is from New Zealand. That is, if you get on a map and measure the distance from Chatham Islands to New Zealand and then flip your ruler and go east of Chatham Islands the same distance, you'll get to this area of blooming.

030 03 59 29

CDR

This area of blooming ve - very definitely shows eddies of current. And I won't even look at the current chart in order to say which way the currents are going.

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030 03 59 42

CDR

But the - the eddies

are in a form of "C's."

If

you're sitting with you head to the north and your right - right hand to the east and looking down, the "C" is open to the right and the eddies that you see - the curved serpentine current boundaries that you see, are "C's" and they're parallel "C's" going from east to west. So it looks llke - the Chatham Islands - it looks like R3most a huge wake on the eastern side of the Chatham Islands, or something like that. I can't quite picture the flow pattern there and how it would do that sort of thing. But at any rate, if you picture curly "C's" with the opening to the right as you're sitting facing north and looking - or with your head to the north, and you're looking down at the water, that's about what it looks like. I Just regret that I didn't have a camera suitable for taking a picture, but I had completely shot my wad on both the - both of those cameras. Just wasn't anything left to get it with. 030 04 00 45 CDR But, in intensity, I would say that the blooming I've seen around New Zealand and the Chatham Islands are no where near as intense as the Falkland Current. I would say they're probably about the same intensity as what we see over in the Humboldt Current going up on the western side of Chile. CDR out.

030 04 01 04

CDR

TIME

SKIP

030 12 21 17

CDR

This is the CDR at 12:21 Zulu. And the subject is 487 dash - Yes, I figured that out. Just doing a couple of film threading problems right now and ... What - what - what happened up here? got - got to you again or something. Okay. Said they

CDR

CDR

356h

CDR

Okay, CDR at 12:22 Zulu. Subject M487-Delta [sic] subjective evaluation guide number 3 and tool inventory. Tool kit number 1 and number 2: I would essentially rate them as very good - between adequate and very good. I thought of another area ... area ... what sort of tool I felt was missing and I indicated I felt we needed a drill up here and I thought we needed a soldering iron and a little bit later on, that we needed electrical wiring equipment. That is an electric clipper and crimpers. And of course ... might JusU as well throw in a selection of electrical splices. I - whatever they call those ... All of the good things that go on the end of electrical wires - wires in repair. The S183 light meter is a simple electrical instrument ... and I had an electrical ... S009. _[nother little bit of debriefing there with another tool item: I think it would have been good to have some files. Also a roll of emery cloth would have been good ... get emery cloth on a roll much about the same size as ... gray tape that we have. And a roll of that would have been very handy ... occasion - several occasions when I wished I had some emery papers Just to kind of polish something up. So a couple of grades of emery paper ... not emery paper, but emery cloth.

030 12 22 39

CDR

030 12 24 45

CDR

The repair kit, the S190 maintenance kit, the M512 tool: I haven't used any of those, so I can't really - I can't really say too much about that for you. And I think probably Bill's discussion of the S190 maintenance kit is better than mine. So I'm not even going to try to do that. The repair kit, I have not needed to use. And quite frankly, I haven't even looked at it since I've been up here. I don't have time to look at it this morning ... I've got so many other things going and that would take a lot of extra time. The EMU maintenance kit, I think, is in good shape. I can't think of anything extra. We've had no requirements for anything other than what - what's been in here. In fact, we haven't even had ... water and ... needs a little bit of thread on it or one experiment or another ... all we have. I always meant to get around to modifying my sports wrist bracelet, to a wrist watch

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because my wrist is very small and there isn't a short Velcro wristwatch band that fits my wrist. They're all too long. What I was going to do was cut it off - cut about 3 ... off of it and sew on the Velcro ... Velcro ... But I Just never got around to it. 030 12 26 40 CDR Miscellaneous support items, adequacy of work sites (cough) - adequacy of work sites: I guess that ... there is no real good place to fasten somthing down and work on it. When we lost that workbench, I think we lost one real valuable piece of equipment. I don't know much about the workbench. I don't know how adequate it was ... and ideal size and height we wanted ... forward compartment ... better accomodations on the top of that for fastening things down ... Just don't have it. So everything in the area of work sites, essentially, has been ad-libbed. A case in point is the charcoal canister ... tried to work on tip of the waste management there and Just had little or no .... capabilities. And finally we realized that you could do a whole lot better Job if we just left the canisters right in the locker where they were ... right up there •.. about a - about a third I think ... proper .•. So there's a case in point• Adequacy of lighting: I've never had any complaints about lighting in the workshop .... I guess the only time we have lighting problems is when one person is in the airlock and we got a lighting •.. forced to look outside. So lighting, on the whole, I think it is very good. Adequacy of the onboard data package: I think it's pretty adequate. I - I'm trying to think ef what we could have done to improve it, and there really wasn't a whole lot we could have done to the package itself but ... up here ... and we know ... have had to come up on the teleprinter and had to use an enormously large number ... of paperwork. And I don't see how we coul@ avoid that. I talked about the desirability ... and that certainly - certainly would have described the data package ... for a lot of the procedures

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030 12 28 00

CDR

030 12 28 59

CDR

F

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030 12 30 07

CDR

Adequacy of the onboard data package: ... good. For the most part - the most part, it's pretty adequate. I think that the areas where our flight training turned out to not be adequate was mainly in the time critical and the time ... I think the biggest mistake ... learning to work - work operations ... because that's really what ... up here more than anything else. Essentially writing ... getting all the work ... it's really ... It got to where we didn't need ... checklist ... through a lot of the stuff very quick .... The preflight prep for maintenance tasks, very frankly, I think would be adequate.

030 12 B1 35

CDR

Okay, maintenance tasks, solids replacement scheduled replacement items, solids traps: I won't mention that because Bill's going to do that. Mol sieve charcoal canisters ... PPCO 2

inlet/outlet cartridges, ... excellent to very good. I do not ... Okay, adequacy of work sites: I said poor ... adequacy of that as I said, good. Adequacy of the on-board data package: ... good. I Just think during the next generation of space flights, ... onboard data, I think we ought to make it much more ... quarters and onboard flight plan. Adequacy of preflight maintenance tasks, all right .... solids traps ... not applicable. Mol sieve char canisters, cartridges: not applicable. PPCO 2 but inlet/outlet I'd say is adequate no big

... PPCO 2 cartridges,

the same,

problems,

Just a Sot of ... pull the cartridge out - the tape cartridge out, you put it in ... old cartridge ... canister ... It takes a lot of mAnipulation ... simple adequate. EVA/IVA gas - cool gas separator, that really is ... WMC vent filter, and char canister: No problems. I would say very good. I don't think we've had any problem ... by ... particular items ... no problem at all ... Fecal collection filter: NA, I have not done that. Urine separators: NA, I have not had to do that. 030 12 3_ 16 CDR By the way, ... urine separators right now, I guess a few words ... I suppose that we should pass the word on that both Bill and I have had a few cases ofurea crystals forming around the seals. It goes all the way around the urine separation. It's

3567

not extensive, but it's there ... you know, m-ybe in another l0 to 30 days it would ... the separator a little bit more ... emptied out. What it what it frankly looks like is - if anybody's ever done any washing machine repairs, it looks like what the pump ... pump seals look like on a washing machine after a couple of years. When the corrosion's too thick around the pump seal, well then it's time to change the pump. And that's just about what your urine separator is beginning to look like. I'll ... this urine separator stuff on another tape, ... it's relatively ... Urine separator changeout itself, though I have not done. 030 12 35 37 CDR Scheduled cleaning items, 0WS air mix - air mixture chamber screens: I guess excellent to very good. No problems ... a nice flat area so that you can vacuum ... problem. WMC vent filter was ... I think it would have been better if we hadn't gotten Calfax ... Coolant was 4 or 5 Calfax ... been a whole lot better and quicker ... Okay, AM/OWS circulation filter screens: No problems there. Those were quite - they're quite accessible. Unscheduled replacement items - What happened, Bill? What'd you do? What doing? Where's the procedures? I haven't them. is 190 seen

F CDR

030 12 40 01

CDR

030 at 12:15, XUV and WLC. Bill, what did you do? I cycled it yesterday and it didn't do any good. (Laughter) It's black magic. Okay, unscheduled replacement items: Van - fans, the fan module was just a simple ... no big thing. I guess the biggest single problem - I did not have to cope with it, but Bill had more trouble getting them out of the launcher thing - the launcher ... replacing ... And I'm sure he ought to have several things to say about that. Yes. Okay. Bill just happened by as I was mentioning that, and he asked me to mention one thing and that is that the - putting the used fans, the ones - the fans that we want to retain back into the same place that we got the new ones out of, the launcher ... was a real bear. And I remember

CDR

CDR

f

3568

I helped a little bit with that too. Obviously, those launcher things were designed to be taken off once_ and that's probably ... And in this particular case, we had ... this may be due to the fact that the fan still was back in the dome locker. So there - there's a point there where design ... designed for one type of ... 030 12 40 29 CDR Lights are very easy to swap out. Valves, NA. Seals: I haven't had a chance to use seals. Light .... I can't think of any other replacement items right offhand. I keep getting ... Well, for the most part, I think the maintenance tasks have been reasonably ... The one I've done, I haven't had any ... unscheduled repair items: I've done an unscheduled S183 repair; I did a S019 where ... required cutting and clipping wires and splicing wires. And I've already told you how I felt about that ... other tools it would have been a much - a much more professional Job. It would have been a lot - probably a lot more reliable. We've done unscheduled repair on the Mark I exerciser and that turned out to be a rather ... job. I've already talked about exercises and now ... a complete redesign on exercisers. That is really needed in order to do our - given the full range of exercise, this particular exerciser has been - has broken on us twice. And I kind of ... critislse ... And it's difficult ... get it to wind up in the right place ... going to have to do is, bug out now. If I think of any other items in this area I'll go ... on, and ... And if I continue to think of tools, I'll ... 030 12 h2 26 CDR CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

030 12 55 ii

SPT

SPT at 12:55, ATM pass which began at 12:12. Okay, the whole pass went nominal, no problems. The 12-C at the end I thought was - came off, went pretty well. We stayed withinplus or minus 30 seconds of either side of the zero point in L_:,_/RIGHT, changing the H-ALPHA 1 monitor crosshairs and electronic crosshairs worked out real well. And towards the end, after that, I looked

3569

:for the bright points I was hopefully going to work with on our next orbit. And unfortunately, they faded out quite a bit relative to what they were, so I'll just have to take another hard look at the beginning of thenext orbit and figure out what ... It's Just hard to continue working on that type of JOP. 030 12 56 13 SPT SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

030 14 01 24

PLT

PLT at 14: - 14:00 recording data for ... MO92/93 run. Started at 13:40. Left leg, 12-1/2; right leg, 12-5/8; legbands, Charlie Sierra and Alfa Quebec. And comments on CDR's previous run for which I was the observer, I reported leg calf measurements as 12-3/4 on the left and 12-5/8 on the right, and I'm almost certain I got those backwards. It should have been 12-5/8 on the left and 12-3/4 on the right. PLT out.

030 14 02 03

PLT

TIME

SKIP

030 14 31 49

SPT

SPT at 14:31 debriefing the ATM pass which allegedly began at 13:36. Did not begin the pass until 14:45 because of inaccurate scheduling of activities between passes. I could not find the three bright points as well defined as I saw yesterday, and I'm sure that you've seen by now on the XUVNDNITOR. That's been put on the VTR. One of those bright points, I believe, is now being called active region 37. I did go over in that area and ROLL with the horizons/ slit tangent to these bright points, although the third one was not very well defined at all on one of them was now an active region. Itried to work that area though, as sort of a test line as was outlined on the pad. We discussed it yesterday. Did eight mini-MARs, then stepped the mirror around and found the maximum at 0645. In oxygen VI it was a maximum

around 600.

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030 lh 33 23

SPT

Did a GRATING, AUTO SCAN there. One step either way reduced that count to at least a half of 600. GRATING, AUTO SCAN at 0h33, another maximum of oxygen VI up around 300. And there I thought that the ... was a little bit larger, but not not much more than a step. After I did that, I did step around a little bit more and found a second in oxygen VI of 500 down at 0h31 mirror position. Kind of suprised by that. Maybe I missed it the first time, or maybe it had changed, I'm not sure which. I did a GRATING, AUTO SCAN there, so you had three GRATING, AUTO SCANs. There was not much time remaining to give you repetitive GRATING, AUTO SCANs_ so I took the GRATING on up to 772 and gave you a truncated MIRROR, AUTO RASTER there. Also during the - also during the orbit, I gave S05h about a 26-minute exposure on FITER 5, SINGLE FRAME. SPT out. PLT, the time is I_:55; recording, for M151 purposes the termination on M092 at lh:50. PLT out. PLT, the time is ... And reporting the work TOTAL WORK for the CDR on his M093, 302 watts. ... shutter speed 1.2.

030 lh 3h 0h

SPT

030 l& 35 03 030 14 5_ 08

SPT PLT

030 lh 54 17 030 15 l0 05

PLT PLT

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PLT

TIME

SKIP

030 15 37 51

CDR

This is the CDR at 15:37 Zulu. Subject is Earth observations handheld photos. 15:35, descending over the northeastern - the hump of South America, I looked for some signs of - of faulting and, of course, with HHII9 Alfa-l. The area was fairly heavily clouded, scattered to broken clouds throughout. I did, however, see Bahia de S_o Marcos and Parnaiba. And took a 300-millimeter picture of each of those. Parnaiba has a pretty interesting looking pink - what looks like cultivated patterns nearby. The color was more interesting than anything else. These photos are on

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Charlie X-ray 44. They're 15, taken at 5.6, 1/1000. 030 15 38 48 030 15 48 0h CDR CDR CDR out.

frames number

16 and

This is the CDR at 15:48 Zulu. The subject is Earth observations handheld photography. At 15:45 Zulu I got a picture of what I think is Tristan da Cunha Island. Of particular interest was cloud and water wakes and - and sunglint. The picture was taken with Charlie X-ray 44, with the Nikon 300, frame 14, 5.6 over - and 1/1000. And then I swapped lenses real quick to a 35-millimeter lens and took the same picture, frame number 13, except I forgot to shift the shutter speed down, and it's at a 1/lO00 also. CDR out.

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CDR

TIME

SKIP

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CDR

This is the CDR; the subject is S193 test. T zero was started a while back, in fact 3minutes ago now - correction, 4 minutes. Okay, Bill. S193 ALTIMETER is 82 percent, is ON. EREP, Delta 9 is START. Okay, A-1

CDR 030 16 19 33 CDR

CDR CDR

Roger, Crip; we're doing the S193 test now. All right, we're coming up on plus 5 minutes. at 05:12. Okay, stand by for 05:12 Mark

030 16 20 39

CDR

MARK. ALTIMETER to STANDBY, RADIOMETER to STANDBY; SCATTEROMETER is ON. RADIOMETER is ON. Say again, Bill? Okay, the PLT says that it - the ALTIMETER moved. He thinks it went to NADIR. Okay, _]I the way to the left, I'm reading Alfa 1. Now an increment to the right; another increment to the right; another increment to right. Now it's full right, he says. Stand by. Okay -

CDR

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030 16 21 26

CDR

MARK. A 06 - plus 6, Alfa 1 is 96 and Delta 9 is 59- All the way to the left now. Okay, I see it incrementing down in Delta 9 in roll. It's down to 63 percent now. Incremented down l, 2, 3; this is the third - fourth time. All the way to the riglrt. Now it's back to the left. Another increment to the left. Okay, as he said, it slowly kind of flops into position. All right, here's T plus 7 minutes. MARK. Next one is at 07:30 when I do scmething. Okay, he said the first two increments are - are very crisp, and then the last one it just kind of flops its way into its last position. All right, I see it incrementing again on Delta 9. Coming up on 07:30. Standby MARK. MARK. MARK. SCATTEROMETER to STANDBY at 32 Standby -

030 16 22 26

CDR

030 16 22 56 030 16 22 59 030 16 23 03 030 1623 05

CDR CDR CDR CDR

RADIOMETER to STANDBY at 36. SCATTEROMETER is OFF. Negative.

MARK. RADIOMETER is OFF. to MODE, 5. 07:54 MARK. The ALTIMETER is a is ON.

ALTIMETER

--

030 16 23 20

CDR

At 08:00,

which

030 16 23 25

CDR

MARK. Alfa i is 77; Delta 9 is 51. either, we're doing the 193 test.

He doesn't

CDR

Okay, at 08:00 1 recorded - I have an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light. Still got an ALTIMETER to 09:00. UNLOCK light. C_ning around

CDR

030 16 2h 26

CDR

MARK. At 09:00 the ALTIMETER is going to STANDBY. At 09:06 - it went all the way to the right. MARK. 09:06 the ALTIMETER went OFF. and that's it. Okay, that's it.
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030 16 2h 3h

CDR

EREP, STOP,

CREW

CDR

Okay...

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CDR 030 16 27 08 PLT

... Monitor ... Alfa h is reading ... Alfa 6 ... Alfa ... Bravo 5 ... Bravo 7 ..- Bravo 9 ... Charlie _ reading ... Delta 2 ... Delta 2 ... Delta 5 .._ like to report also ... recorder ... Roger, Crip. How do you read? Okay, we're on hot mike now. Yes, it's been a very, very busy morning. Gosh! Now we're Just about - got to go right over the Panama Canal, Bill. Oh, great. Uh-huh, yes. That's another nice pass. Okay, minus 5. I'm going to go ahead and get that out of the way. I - uncomfortable feeling here I've missed something with all this fluttering around. Yes. I checked everything; it looks good. 192 MODE to READY. DOOR, OPEN. Okay,

030 16 29 20

CDR

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CDR CDR

PLT PLT

F

CDR PLT

PLT

Okay, I went back and checked the ready verification, the preoperate configuration; TVIS 133 POWER is ON; and the VIDEO SELECT is TV. Waiting for 16:38. Let's see, we're in CROSSTRACK NONCONTIGUOUS, so that RANG - CROSSTRACK NONCONTIGUOUS, Lk_T/RIGHT - so the RANGE ought to be 5 to 95 on Delta 9 when I check that booger here. Okay, I got a READY light; and going to CHECK. 190 HEATER SWITCH OFF light, off. Two lights, PRESS TO TEST. Jer, we got to do something about that kind of nomenclature ° Okay, preoperate configuration pad. TAPE RECORDER, ON; READY, on. 92, ON; the READY, out; CHECK; DOOR, OPEN. 91, ON; READY, on; C00LW_, ON; door open. 90, ON; READY, out; STANDBY; door, opened, and it is. *** Check it *** is. Okay, RAD to

030 16 33 02

PLT

PLT

PLT

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STANDBY; it is. RAD - READY, out; SCAT, OFF; READY, out ; ALTIMETER, OFF ; READY out. 030 16 34 08 030 16 34 l0 PLT PLT 4, ON; READY, on. The TVIS 1B3 POWER, ON; VIDEO SELECT, TV has been confirmed. Okay, m_ first downlink is at 44. Well, it wss busy but we got it all done. Yes. Okay, the green ... is back. Okay. Okay, our gimbals look good. Rates aren't rising. Good. Film advance went well on the 190 there. advanced three frames, no MALF light. That'sgood. Hope it hangs in there. Okay, I have not yet burned up my l0 seconds of DAC film. Okay, c_m_ng up on 38. C&D operation here. Okay, stand by MARK. 38:30. SCAT to STANDBY and RAD was already at STANDBY. Okay, Alfa 1 is reading 80 and Delta 9 is reading 52. Alfa 1 and Delta 9. Roger. Okay, that's it. Waiting for 42 minutes now. Okay. A]] set up for the first nadir swath, starting at 42. No DAC; no data. Waiting Okay. for 42 minutes even. Coming up, 15 seconds. Focus my attention on the It Our amps are good.

CDR 030 16 35 09 CDR PLT 030 16 36 56 CDR

PLT PLT

CDR 030 16 37 34 CDR

PLT

PLT 030 16 38 30 PLT

CDR 030 16 39 48 CDR

PLT CDR PLT

That's when I start my swath too.

Stand by -

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030 16 42 00

PLT

MARK. MOTION

42 mintues. light.

EREP,

START.

Got a good TAPE

030 16 h2 05

PLT

SCAT - Okay, SCAT, ON and RAD, ON. At 42:06, 19h MODE to MANUAL and waiting for hh:hO. Okay, Okay, X and Z rates 42:h0. are low, and Y is O.06h. switch position 7.

CDR 030 16 h2 h0 PLT CDR PLT

And I have

downlink

There's a big eye in here looking back at me. Yes, looks too? (Laughter) startling the first time. What is that

CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR CDR PLT PLT PLT 030 16 44 48 030 16 45 03 CDR CC

Your own eyeball.

Little man outside looking in. Yes. 44:40. Oh well, then; I'll turn it back off. pedaling.

I can see Ed down there

We know where we get our power. That's right. That's what runs it.

Waiting for 4h:hO. Okay, downlink Okay, there's switch position 7.

scattered to broken clouds. Probably

We're with you guys across the States. got you about 15 minutes. Okay. Okay, Crip. Okay, waiting for 46 even. Okay, Dillon Reservoir.

PLT CDR PLT 030 16 h5 30 CDR CDR

Can it Just kind of Jump out and hit me right in the eye?

3 76
CC CDR PLT CDR Might get wet that way. Okay, at least I'd get _he data. Stand by for 46. Okay, that's the end of the nadir swath. start Stand by MARK. SCAT, STANDBY and I can

PLT 030 16 46 00 030 16 46 02 PLT PLT

MARK. RAD, STANDBY. 193 MODE, CROSSTRACK CONTIGUOUS. SCAN ANGLE ROLL, plus 30. POLARIZATION, 1. Waiting for 46:30. ... socked in fogup in the northwest. Stand by MARK. SCAT, ON and BAD, ON. 193 ALTIMETER MODE to 5; RANGE, 73. POLAR - Okay, that's that one. Wait *** 7. And you might confirm our downlink tion 7, if you would, Crip. Just a second. Stand by; 47. MARK. POLARIZATION, for 47:36. Standby; 36. MARK. MARK. SCAT, STANDBY. 38Waiting for 47:53. 4 at 47 minutes. Waiting switch posi-

CDR PLT 030 16 46 30 PLT

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PLT

CC PLT 030 16 47 00 PLT

PLT 030 16 h7 36 030 16 h7 38 PLT PLT CC PLT 030 16 47 53 PLT

RADIOMETER, position

STANDBY.

Downlink

7, confirmed.

Stand by MARK. POWER, Roger; thank ON, Ed. you. At h8 minutes, ETC

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PLT 030 16 48 00 030 16 48 06 PLT PLT

And it's cc_ing up a MARK. 93 ANGLE to - Okay 1 on 193.

MARK. ANGLE to ZERO and POLARIZATION, Stand by Okay, we're getting now. MARK.

CDR

into some snow-covered

ground

030 16 48 20

PLT PLT

SCAT, ON and RADIOMETER, ON.

Okay, Charlie 1 and Delta 1. Charlie 1 is reading 15 and Delta 1 is reading full-scale low. There's the Snake River. Okay, 49 minutes and I'll want ETC, AUTO. that's about 15 seconds away, Ed. Stand by for 49:06. MARK. It's 49 minutes even. standy b MARK. change ETC to AUTO and And

CDR PLT

PLT 030 16 49 00 F 030 16 49 06 PLT PLT

49:06. The 192 to READY. I've got a speed and solid green TAPE MOTION light.

PLT CDR 030 16 49 31 CDR CDR

Change - Okay, we got a few clouds over the area. MARK. We're in IMC. 49:30.

Now where's the reservoir? Nothing but

Where did you went Dillon Reservoir?
snOW.

PLT

Okay, in 30 seconds the ETC will be switched to FRAMES per MINUTE to 10. 10.0. Okay. 5 seconds for ETC frame rate change. MARK. 50:15. On m_ mark -

PLT PLT 030 16 50 15 PLT CDR

FRAMES per MINUTE to 10. It's snow -

Okay, I'm not finding the Dillon Reservoir. down there somewhere, but it must be either or cloud covered.

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CC CDR PLT CDR

Pick up Denver. Yes, we 'll go for Denver. That's the Cher_y Hills Reservoir Oh, Denver's got clouds over it. might be aro_d Colorado Springs. for that one. DAC off. St_re couldn't see that reservoir. out there. There's an areaWell, so much

0B0 16 51 02

CDR CDR PLT CC

All right, I'm waiting for Sorry about that. And running 192; it didn't go off to CHECK until 55:B0. In about B5 seconds, Ed, at 52, I'll give a call. _ rate per bLINUTE _rill be changed to 4.8. Okay, now looking for Toledo _end. we've go_ scattered cirrus. Okay. Stand by for a call at 52 _nutes. fr_e rate, 4.8. seeing now. Looking -_

030 16 51 16

PLT

CDR

PLT 030 16 52 00 PLT CDR

MJh_K. _C

Okay, that's Cedar Lake you're for Toledo _nd at 53:12.

CC 030 16 52 27 PLT

Bill, can you give us a reading on D-9, Dog 9? Delta 9 is reading - let me get the - the range of values here - 63 on the top and 41 on the botts; 62 on the top, 41 on the bottom; 41 to 62. Copy. Okay, Cedar Lake and Lske Tawakoni 5B:l0 next mark. _nere 's Toledo Bend. Stand by cc_ng up.

CC CDR PLT CDR PLT

f._

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030 16 53 l0 030 16 53 12

PLT PLT

MARK.

SCAT,

STANDBY. 193 MODE, CROSSTRACK NONPOLARIZATION to 5. Waiting

MARK. RAD to STANDBY. CONTIGUOUS, LEFT/RIGHT; for 53: 3_. Dat - Stand by Data coming in. MASK. MARK. SCAT, ON. 55:30,

CDR PLT CDR 030 16 53 34 030 16 53 35 PLT PLT CDR

RAD, ON.

Don't miss the 192.

You know, I think last time I did Toledo Bend, I was pointed at the next - next figure of land up down to the south from here. Got the right target this time. So they can compare the two areas. Yes. Pretty weather. Pretty weather. the bass are biting in Toledo Bend? Wonder how

PLT CDR

PLT

Blast! It's a flicker on the TAPE MOTION light again. Well, man, can't be cleaning and that's all I got to say. That thing's cleaned so well you can't stand it. Okay, that's the end of the data on Toledo Bend. See if we can pick up a little of Houstonian action here. I wonder if it's a light bulb? It could be that light bulb there. It Just went out a couple of times there, Crip, the TAPE MOTION light; but I'm not getting a RECORDER MALF light. Okay, nadir coast now. swath is coming Lots of silt. on. Crossing the Gulf

030 16 54 31

CDR

PLT

030 16 55 02

CDR

PLT 030 16 55 30 PLT

Waiting for 55 :30.

Stand by -

MARK. MODE to CHECK on 192. Charlie 1 is reading 15 percent. Delta 1 is reading full-scale low.

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CC

We think that TAPE MOTION light -flicker was Just due to the fact that we've had it on for a long time. We believe that's normal for tape recorder 2. Okay; that 's good news. Okay, the problem with Dillon Reservoir is I Just flat Just couldn't see it. We were probably pointed right near by but I Just couldn't find it. And with Denver, it looked like there were clouds over it or else we had Just gone by it and I couldn't get over to it. Yes, white on white is pretty hard to see. Roger that. Okay, in little less than a minute, ETC; so we'll be going to STANDBY, Ed, at 57:15. Okay, stand by for a mark at 57:15. MARK. ETC to STANDBY.

PLT CDR

PLT 030 16 56 ll CC PLT

PLT 030 16 57 15 PLT CDR PLT 030 16 57 45 030 16 57 47 PLT PLT

Okay, coming up on the Yucatan Peninsula. Waiting for 57:45. MARK. SCAT to STANDBY.

MARK. RAD to STANDBY and RAD's going to OFF. 58:03 ALTIMETER will be coming ON. _KK. ALTIMETER, ON. And Alfa 1 - No, it's 58:30.

030 16 58 0B

PLT PLT

Okay, at 58:30, on my markWell, Alfa 1 is reading 5 - 67 percent, Alfa 1 67. Charlie 1 is reading 34 to B5, and Delta 9 is reading 51. And I do not have READY light on the ALTIMETER, and I do not have an UNLOCK light. I'm going to go to STANDBY here for 15 seconds and see what is happening. ALTIMETER back ON.

0B0 16 58 30

PLT

PLT

030 16 59 28

PLT

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PLT

Still don't have it. Okay, going to leave it in STANDBY for a while. Pick up the time line again here. Waiting for 17:01. Okay, which I've got an end-of-film light going here I don't believe. Yes, we're empty. light when I turned

030 16 59 52

CDR

PLT

Okay, I did not get a READY the 193 ALTIMETER, ON. Copy that. And I went back to STANDBY. UNLOCK light.

030 17 00 14

CC PLT

Neither did I get the

CDR

Okay, I'm going to go ahead and kill the camera. We got an end of film light, and the indicator says it's empty. That's it for the DAC. I think our our film indicator is no good on that 140-millimeter magazine - 140 magazine. Because we started out this pass - pass with it indicating hO and right now it's indicating, oh, about 20 - 25, maybe, and we got end of film light. Standby MARK. MARK. 192 MODE to READY. Good TAPE MOTION Speed change. Waiting for 01:23.

PLT 030 17 O1 ll 030 17 01 15 PLT PLT CDR

light.

Check and see if there's any film stored in the window. Okay, that's an ALTIMETER to STANDBY, and I'm sorry there. I'll wait and try to pick it up on the next sequence again. That's all I know to do. Ed, at 01:30 is 5 seconds, ETC to AUTO. Well, 36. we've still got film in the framer.

PLT

CDR PLT CDR 030 17 Ol 37 PLT

Okay 01:36.

We'll come on over South America. MARK. RAD to STANDBY. 130 - 193 MODE, CONTIGUOUS; POLARIZATION to 1. Barranquilla. 01:54. Okay, SCAT, ON and RAD, ON at 1:54. CROSSTRACK

CDR PLT 030 17 01 54 PLT

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030 17 02 01

CC CDR PLT CDR

Going LOS. Roger. Hey, Crip.

See you at Vanguard 17:ll.

I'm going for some - If there's any film left in the DAC, I'm getting some cloud streets over land. It looks like it's a couple, 300 miles inland from Barranquilla. Okay, 1 - at " at 02:24, I want to go INTERVAL, 20. MARK. INTERVAL, 20. And at 02:30 ETC to STANDBY, Ed. At 03:40 I will need a VTS AUTO CAL. That's about a minute away. Okay. Just give me a holler. That - That was about 4 secWaiting for VTS AUTO CAL.

PLT 030 17 02 24 PLT

CDR 030 17 02 41 PLT

191 REFERENCE to 2. onds late at 02:40.

PLT CDR PLT 030 17 03 40 OB0 17 03 41 PLT CDR PLT CDR 030 17 04 54 CDR

Stand by, Jer, for a VTS AUTO CAL. Okay. - at 03 plus 40. MARK. You got it. And downlink switch position OFF at 03:40. Standby -

Okay, maneuver

to SI at 17:15.

Crossing the Amazon. I should say it's cnm_ng up; we're not crossing it. It's about i0 degrees ahead of us. Toledo Bend pretty clear, was it?

PLT CDR CDR

Oh, yes; it was wide open. Amazon Just looks like it's flowing mud.

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PLT

It probably is. (Laughter) river; you know it? It certainly is.

Boy, that's a wide

CDR PLT

You don't realize how big it is until you compare it with what the Mississippi looks like. Waiting for 06:10. Oh, right on cue. Okay, ALT - MODE to STANDBY. FRAME, 22. And at 06:20 MARK. 191 READY, on. Stand by MARK. even. MODE to AUTO. 06:33, 190 MODE to AUTO.

PLT PLT

030 17 06 21

PLT

030 17 06 30

PLT

And waiting

for 13 minutes

PLT

You know, that worked the ALTIMETER.

out pretty well, except

CDR
f

*** know _lat happened there? I never got a READY light and the only thing I can possibly figure is that I did not get the thing to STANDBY when I was supposed to at 16:30:30, but I was Just - you know, there was no rush, and there's no reason why I didn't have it on there. And when I hit the switch to ON - I don't recall a double snap. Well, it - could it be that our special procedure had sc_ething to do with it? I don t know. ' There was only one brief sequence of ALTIMETER usage. So we didn't miss a whole lot of data. Of course, it could have been real important, but I - I still am at a loss to understand that. They must figure there's something wrong with it down on the ground, Yes, the way they've been How - oh, son of a gun! asking about it. Well - switching OFF.

PLT

CDR

i 030 17 07 21 '

PLT PLT

CDR 030 17 08 _5 PLT PLT

Okay, I left the 192 MODE switch ON - let's see, too long, and as - the way I figure it, I had it

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on about - I turned it off Just a minute ago there, when was it? Yes, that's it; I sure did. I missed it. I set 02:04 and I turned it off around 6. So we've 030 17 09 35 030 17 09 37 CDR PLT PLT 030 17 ll l0 PLT got 4 minutes of extra 192 data.

Oh, boy, that's a lot of tape. It sure is. And I had a star by it and everything. I don't know why it is. I don't miss any other callout on this sheet. That's twice I've missed a 192 to STANDBY. I've even put a star by it. (Laughter) Oh, golly.

PLT CDR 030 17 Ii 24 CC CDR PLT

Like stars, we're with you for 7 minutes. Yes. Yes, I ran the 192 about _ minutes too long, Crip. In the last sequence. Okeydoke. Sounds It is. like 190's still running too. Yes, we're in a sequence - until 13:40.

CC CDR 030 17 ll 43 030 17 ll 53 PLT CDR

Okay, we're ccming up on the coastline of South America. And it's all cloudy. Jer, as a little reminder here. WE - we show that you have not loaded the maneuver time in for the maneuver back, so you will have to do that before you ... in it. Oh, Roger, Crip. Thanks for the reminder.

CC

CDR 030 17 12 22 CC

And for PLT, I'ii call it to you when we get there, but instead of going to EREP, STOP where we've got it called out, we're going to have you turn the ALTIMETER back ON. Okay. Okay, waiting for 13 minutes.

PLT

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CDR

Well, I don't think we're going to be able to see R_o de Janeiro today. All cloudy up there. MARK. MODE to MANUAL on 19_.

030 17 1B 00

PLT CDR

Taking a little DAC film footage here of an island off the coast of South America. My big chart doesn't indicate the name of the town. But there's a - a Jetty built out in the straits between the island and the land. And it's Just about halfws_ or a third of the way up to R_o de Janeiro from Sa5 Paulo, as best I can tell. -

PLT 030 17 13 B9 PLT CDR

Okay, stand by MARK. Okay, here. 13:40. The 190 READY light is out. I better get on the stick with Going to STANDBY. the maneuver

PLT CC

SCAT to STANDBY and RAD to STANDBY.

And you can Just follow those up with the ALTIMETER, ON. Okay. Maneuver time's in, Crip. *** sir? SCAT to STANDBY. Say again, Ed. MARK. RAD to STANDBY and ALTIMETER, ON. a READY light. You see any . .. malfs, No, I didn't. did you? I've got

PLT 030 17 14 16 CDR CC 030 17 lh B6 PLT CDR 030 17 14 40 PLT

SPT CDR PLT CDR PLT

I had to leave in order to do my - -

And I've got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light. - - in order to ... But I still have a READY light.

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030 17 15 O0

CDR PLT CC PLT

Going to SI. That looks like it's working sort of normally.

Could you read A-1 and D-9 for us again, please? A-1 is reading 64 and Delta 9 is reading 50. Bravo 9 is reading 58. Copy; A-1 was 58? Yes, Alfa 1 is reading now - it's - no, Alfa 1 is reading at 64.

030 17 15 29

CC PLT

cc
PLT CC PLT

64.
Roger. Did A-1 change any at all? Negative, and I've lost my READY light. Do you want me to switch to STANDBY for 15 seconds? You want me to look at the antenna? Yes, it wouldn't hurt. Jerry's going to look at the antenna down there.

CDR 030 17 15 56 PLT PLT PLT CDR

Oh, he's got a hot mike, so - Okwf, well, I'll - I'll get off if I could Just get this - umbilical untethered. Okay. Okay. You can go-

CC PLT CC

The READY light is out. on the

- - You can go ahead and go to STANDBY ALTIMETER and EREP, STOP. Okay; EREP, STOP.

030 17 16 15

PLT PLT

Okay, do tape recorder depletion. Oh, well, I guess we're not hurting too bad anyway, then. Hey, Crip, what seems to be the problem with the antenna? We keep getting these things they want us to do but nobody tell us why.

CDR

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CC I don't know - the thing isn't working properly, apparently, and we haven't been able to figure out exactly what's wrong. So let me see if I can get scme good words for you. Okay, maybe we can do their little S193 test over again for them. And maybe do it while we're in air-to-ground, in contact with you folks. Yes, if you had scmebody, you know, could ask questions or something, because I was watching it move and it was You didn't - You didn't notice anything wrong with it when you were doing the test out there, right? Well, Crip, I didn't know what to look for to say what was wrong and what was right. I described the discrete movements of the antenna and the the mode they had it set up in - it was - the antenna was going all the way to the right and then ccmlng back to roughly n_]1 in three increments. The first two increments were the whether rather brisk, and the last one was - It started out sort of sluggish and then Just sort of wiggled its way over to null - nadir. CC 030 17 17 _& PLT Which - which was it? Was it right?

CDR

030 17 16 57

PLT

CC

030 17 17 lO

PLT

Yes, I - I was looking the wrong way. It was actually pointed to spacecraft right looking at plus X - Z-LV Okay. It didn't - -

CC PLT CC

The first call I gave you. Roger. It didn't go all the way to the other side. It was just going between - sort of center and to one side. That's correct. Okay, we're about 30 seconds fram LOS, and we're going to be out of your hair a good long while here. We'll see you over Goldstone in about an hour and 4 minutes away at 18:22. The reason that we're concerned - Well, the altimeter apparently

030 17 17 58 030 17 18 01

PLT CC

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is not working properly. We're talking doing this 360-degree pass with it -

about

TIME

SKIP

030 17 18 29

CDR

Well, Crip, if you wanted to, we could do that 193 test over again, and we'll try to find a little spare time to do it in. ... Okay. So, long.

CC CDR PLT CDR PLT PLT

Thank you. ... Bravo 7. Were on ... ... tape recorder ... I don't feel quite so bad, but it still irritates me that they mark those doggone ... something like that ... go right by it .... Okay, the ... light is on. Okay, Jer, 190 POWER is OFF. SPT at 17:42, M071 mass loss - or water loss during exercise. Give you five measurements on the _9@4D [sic] before exercise and five following exercise. The numbers I'll give all start with 6.3. I'll Just give you then the remaining four numbers. Okay, starting out before 6.37734, 7813, 8024, 7629, 8036; after exercise, 6.34194, 4111, 4223, 4331. Looks like it's a little over 2 pounds or so loss, standard exercise - exercise protocol. SPT out.

030 17 21 42 030 17 42 51

PLT SPT

030 17 43 59

SPT

TIME

SKIP

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030 19 08 29 CDR This is the CDR at 19:08:30 Zulu. Subject is S073 operations. SO73 visible lens was installed in standard ROTATIONs, 208.9; TILT, 30.0, frame number - Exposure number 1 coming up and that is on the camera frame number 48, and that's on Bravo Victor 42, cassette number. I took 48 at first in a down counter. Okay, number 1 is going to be a 8-minute exposure. About 30 seconds : to go. ... sight. Coming up on 19:10 here. Wait Stand by I'll

CDR 030 1R l0 00 CDR

MARK. Okay exposure started. be back up about 19:17. CDR out.

a minute.

030 19 l0 08 030 19 17 59

CDR CDR

....

MARK. Termination of exposure number 1 of S073 at - now 19:18 Zulu. CDR, S073, the subject, Just barely got my comm hat on in time in order to give you the mark on that one, so that introduction to what I'm doing is clear. Okay, we're going to ROTATION, 204.9, and this is turned counterclockwise, more than i0 percent. 204 ... to 4.9 turning counterclockwise. On the TILT, it stays 30. I've got to do film advance now. All right MARK. Starting at 19:19. I'm checking again, we 're looking at 3C(4.9 ROTATION. Okay, Crip, thanks. Okay, the tilt is 30. I started the exposure at 19:19 even, subseqmently I'll be back into - Problem is I'll try to be a little more prompt next time. CDR at 19:2 - coming up on 2h Zulu. In between S073 mark and operations here, I am going to try to debrief a bunch of photos and observations that I've made as we come down over southern California. At - about 18:26, I began taking Nikon 300 pictures. I started in the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, and I tried to overlap them. I took 9 or i0 exposures. I tried to overlap these exposures as I looked down at the Sierras and then across I don't know what this range of mountains is that comes across the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. And then down the coast range and I - I got a lot of the desert area around - oh, Tehachapi

030 19 19 00

CDR

030 19 23 40

CDR

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and the Edwards Air Force Base, ... and that area. And on down until we started hitting clou_s Just north of - of ... However, I think I got pretty good coverage if - if I Just wasn't going too fast and wiggling the camera too much. All the exposures were taken-5.6, 300-millimeter lens, 1/1000. And they were taken with frames 26 and 28 and that's when I ran out of film. Charlie X-ray 44, and frames nt_nber 8 down through - less than zero. And that's how that one stands. We've got a lot of fairly good photography, I hope. Okay, and then we moved on down to BaJa California. I had to convert over to the Hasselblad so I could be rather restrained when I took my pictures. And stand by for about 15 seconds here, and I'll get back with you on this one here, for S073 is coming up on 19:26. Stand by 030 19 26 00 CDR MARK. That's termination of exposure number 2. Camera is cocked. Exposure number 3, pointing for a ROTATION of ... turn counterclockwise. 4.9 to 0.9; 0.9 is locked and TILT is still 30, another T-minute exposure starting at 19:2T. Stand by MARK. Okay I have started exposure number 3 on frame number 46. It's on Bravo Victor 42. Okay, getting back to the Earth observations, I took two Hasselblad pictures in the Gulf of California. I was - That's not rlght. I took three pictures. Okay, the first picture up - almost at the Colorado River, probably lO0 miles south of the mouth of the Colorado River. There was a real - real clear green eddy, a plankton eddy up there. Took a picture of that, and then the next one down was over on the Mexico side of the Gulf. There's an island up fairly close to the coastline and between the island and the coastline, we had a Venturi [sic] effect set up. The current was really moving the sedimentation and plankton pattern around. And it made a rather striking picture; took one there. First picture I took up at the Gulf near the Colorado was number number ll. Okay, the islands - the clouds were on, I guess, the - the island where we had the venturi(?) effect, the island and the coast of Mexico. And

CDR 030 19 27 00 CDR

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that was frame number 12. They were both taken f f/ll, 1/250, and then rrsme number 13 was taken in sunglint. That's the very southern tip of BaJa California. The idea here, the sungllnt was quite pronounced and I was getting a - a - a good shot of the - the current - the current feathers you could see around the southern tip of BaJa. 030 19 30 08 CDR Okay, and moving on now, there was also a subtropical Jet coming across the middle of BaJa California. And in between m_ - right, after I - well, in between my blooming in northern part and the sun@lint in the southern part, Bill took the Hasselblad and took two pictures of the subtropical Jet, as we came across the center of Ba_a California. And his frames were nm_,ber 13 and l_. Let's - let's recap here. I'm getting all hung up on numbers. ll and 12 are the blooming; and the sungliut is number 16; the subtropical Jet, frames number 14 and 15. And that takes care of all of those. Subtropical Jet pictures Bill took at f/8, 1/250. Okay, so that takes care of Charlie X-ray h5 Charlie X-ray 45 on the Hasselblad cassette number. ii and 12 were blooming in the Gulf of California; 13 and 14 - 13 and l_, subtropical Jet; number 15, and sun@lint at the tip of Ba4a California; and number6 ... 1 Okay, so that was it for the BaJa California area and the Gulf of California. So then I went back to my S073 work. And by the way, this opportunity where we missed again - our opportunity to look at the Gal_pagos - we got busy inside ... here, looking out the window and Just flat missed our look at the Gal_pagos. There're a lot of clouds. l'm not for sure we could have seen it at any rate so we missed that. Coming up again at Montevideo •.. 50. We're coming up over Montevideo and Just looking right smack out Rfo de la Plata toward the Bea. Rfo Paran_ River - R_o Paran_ was Sust flowing red, absolutely red. And it was a very deep rusty red, like a lot of that red ... soll was being blown . washed down. That's the first time I've seen that river run that red. They must've had some real rains around there recently. And they really flushed the sedimentation down the Rfo Parang. The Ecuador River, that's the other river that peaks in there Just upstream from Montevideo

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030 19 B2 03

CDR

...

3592

and Buenos Aires, was much - not any silt in that at all. Okay, stand by. I've got an S073 exposure to take care of here and I'll come with handheld Earth observations. Okay coming up on termination of the third exposure. Stand by 030 19 34 01 CDR MARK. Termination at 34• Right now we're changing the ROTATION to 109•9• Fourth exposure is at ... TILT of 28.6, in and locked. It starts at 36. •.. on ROTATION ... 20 seconds to START .... Stand by 030 19 36 00 CDR MARK .... frame number - exposure number 4, 8 minutes ... 44 ... terminate exposure. All right then that means getting back to Earth observations handheld photography. I remarked as we were coming up on Montevideo, the Ri6 de la Plata - not the Rfo Paran_ - the Ri6 Paran_ was running quite red. And so I took that picture and what I tried to include in that picture was the boundary of the red silt and the blue of the ocean. And it was rather striking to me to see the red and not get all the way out past the headland of Rfo de la Plata river mouth. That is to say, the blue ocean was - was holding back ... silt. Okay, and that was frame number 16 of Charlie X-ray 45, the Hasselblad, f/8, 1/250. And then I began to get excited because as I could see further out to sea, I could see the confluence of the equatorial current and the Falkland Current. I could see all of the plankton blooming and streaks as we did before• But it appeared to be much - much more extensive, to go quite a ways off to the southeast. And the more I waited and watched, the more interested I got, because it's - it's the area covered by this confluence, this plankton surface inter intertwining with two completely different colors. It's tremendousl As I looked down to the south toward Bahia Blanca and Golfo de San Juan [sic], I could see very brilliant streaks - fluorescent green streaks of water, very brilliant ... Falkland Current was really, really strong and plankton very, very strong. Now out beyond the mouth of the Rfo de la Plata where you have the confluence, we had curly eddies surfacing ... looking areas ... in all directions. And as I told the CAP COMM over the air-to-ground, it looked like a surrealist painting because we had the darker green coming

.

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3593 f_ down from the north, we had the lighter green mixed in from the south, and we had some of these dull, reddish looking plankton green mixed in with it. And it - it was a beautiful pattern. I - the trouble was, now in this particular area, the green becomes more subdued and I hope that the Hasselblad has got enough dyaamic ... and can pick that up .... shot the Hasselblad. Starting at about 18:51 Zulu going to 18:54 Zulu moving on out to sea. And I Just kept seeing more and more of the surfacing plankton occurring ... pictures of the plankton. 030 19 39 37 CDR And they were taken at f/ll, 1/250. And the I can't - I can't honestly give you a direction because - you know, I think I know the way the currents come together there. But the eddy pattern here was so complete, so - so ... it was going along the coast, there really isn't any west trend or anything like that because it's going - it mixed up like a ... And as I told air-to-ground, it looked to me like it extended out 1000 miles. Okay, now I want to get back to BaJa California. •.. we ... most of our interest down there and handheld lll, I think it is, I had indicated that I was interested - I - I was through looking at the Agua Blanca Fault and that I was going to try to concentrate my visual attention to the linear linear material that extends down ... And try as I might, I had a very difficult time ... very strong northern or north-northwest, southbound linear pattern. 030 19 41 16 CDR I think maybe the - the reason was because ... sunlight. It might be a - at a narrow beta angle or - or darn near that because, like I said earlier, I could see sunglint in the water• So I think that probably makes it linear features number 5 until ... and I think it's because of the lighting of the Agua Blanca Fault was absolutely ... It it Jtu_pS out at you, it seems like. That's really the way that I realized ... Nikon 300 that I had finally gotten out of southern California and the but the was in BaJa, because I was looking through viewfinder getting ready to snap the picture when it comes, I was out of film. And I saw "K" on the ground ... Aqua Blanca Fault ...

030 19 42 12

CDR

3591,

crossfault. Well, Lee, I hope the next time I get in close to BaJa that the Sun angle will be a little different and I can say a little more about those linear features, but right now I can't say a thing. 030 19 42 50 CDR ... this is the CDR ... about 1 minute and I'll be back ... This is the CDR again. Let me follow up on that Agua Blanca Fault ... about 30 seconds ago. I don't want you to think that you can see nothing when you look down there. We could see some linear sorts features. The thing is, the Sun angle was so bad you really couldn't see it as much as you wanted to. Okay, S073, we're Just about ready to terminate exposure. Stand by - Oh, I've got another minute to go. No, I don't. Stand by MARK it. And that's at 19:44 Zulu. And that terminates S073 for now. I'll be breaking down the camera and putting on ... lens ... operation. S073, the exposures then, were 48 - frames 48, 44 correction, 48, 47, 46, 45. I've cocked the camera and the first frame of the XUV - or of the ultra violet ... CDR out.

030 19 43 33

CDR

030 19 44 06

CDR

030 19 44 45

CDR

TIME

SKIP

030 20 35 16

SPT

SPT with MI31-1. SPT was subject, time is 20:35. Spatial orientation Judgments: I found the external, of course, to be a little bit harder because I did not have the gravity. But I seem to have a good mental picture in my mind of where the plus-X axis was whenever I put the blindfold on and was asked to do the external. So I didn't feel yaw in couple or roll or anything. And I think I had a good physical feel with my body where plus X was. I did not have any kind of conflicts with sensory cues that I can think of. I always could feel where plus X was by knowing where the chair was and where I was laying. And ... on both my primary and secondary cues and nothing else.

3595

SPT

Positive sense of the upright: At one time when we tilted over in the chair at 40 degrees and we were sitting in a chair position, I had the feeling that I was going to fall forward. So I hit ... And ... grabbed ... put the blindfold on and I got back and ... It all seemed the same; you couldn't tell any difference. Were your Judgments influenced by auditory cues or other environmental factors? No, there were no - no auditory cues there, no air ... Did the line target appear stable and under your complete control during the settings? Yes, Additional cow,_nts and observations: ... tell much where you are. You go more by muscle feel more than mental. I'm not sure how that - how that is. Too much interested in ... Throughout all that, I had a good mental feel for where I was. I would start off the mR neuver and, knowing how the maneuver started, would know - I would know where I was headed, when I was headed, and the trouble, that is, when I'd encounter a wall. And I always had a goo - I always had a good mental feel for where I was. Okay, SPT out on the comments. the numbers. Stand by. Now I'ii give you

030 20 36 54

SPT

_030 20 38 00 SPT

SPT

Okay, going with test i, I'ii give it to you the same way I did yesterdaT. We'll give you all the pitches, then we'll give you all the rolls. Test i 6.0, 9.5, 9.0, 9.0, 7.0; 17.2, 17.2, 17.2, 19.9, 16.8. Roll: 68.5, 68.2, 68.0, 68.9, 69.8; 69.9, 70.2, 70.5, 69.2, 70.0. Okay, test 2 - Pitch: 193, 187 - correction, 197, 202, 196, 204; 201, 200, 199, 201, 200. Roll: 192, 192, 194, 193, 194; 190, 190, 193, 191, 191. Test 3 - Pitches: 205, 209, 209, 209, 207; 181, 184, 181, 180, 176. Roll: 194, 194, 190 - 190 even, 188, 186; 194, 191, 191, 191, 190. Test 4 - Pitch: 4.0, 6.0, 5.5, 4.0, 4.0; 31.0. 26.9, 26.0, 28.5, 27.0. Roll: 70.9, 70.6, 68.7, 69.0, 68.7; 69.8, 70.3, 71.8, 72.1, 69.5.

SPT

SPT

030 20 40 13

SPT

3596

SPT

Test 5 -Pitches: 112, iii, 118, 117, 116; 186, 188, 182, 182, 188. Roll: 180, 182, 176, 183, 179; 191, 186 - correction, make that 188, 191, 191, 187. Test 6 - Pitch: 88, 96, 95, 95, 96; 178, 177, 178, 175, 180. Roll: 171, 174, 176, 170, 171; 192, 189, 185, 185, 186. SPT out. ... Okay, Jer. I Just started an 8-minute exposure.

SPT

030 20 41 54

SPT CREW

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PLT CDR

This is the CDR at 20:44 Zulu, debriefing the 20:07 ATM pass, JOP 6, building block 28. No problems; everything went as scheduled. I did the SINGLE, 82A. You're down to one frame now on 82A. And I tried to throw in a shopping list with a - I don't even remember what the number is. But I was going to do a - I did a PATROL, SHORT, S056. And since I was at 1153 and looking at oxygen VI in DETECTOR number 3, I went up to active region 38, the new active region that's warmer than most, and that's where I did the PATROL, SHORT. And I did a couple mini-MARs at i153 and I used only DETECTORs i, 2, and 3. I see by the paper I could have used 4 also, but it looked like 6 and 7 were a waste of time for 1153. Although now that I think of it, you folks are using 6 and 7 - You folks are using 6 and 7 on the Sun centered work. There doesn't appear any use for it there. Anyway, I did a couple of mini-MARs using DETECTORs i, 2, and 3 at a GRATING setting of 1153. The XUV doesn't look any different fr_n the Polaroids from this morning, nor does the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH. And we do_nlinked television to you folks for about 7 minutes, down through the Vanguard.

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CREW

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PLT PLT

PLT coming up on ... Stand by MARK. Start third exposure ... --_

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PLT PLT

Coming up on ... Stand by MARK.... ... MARK. ... Stand by MARK .... Starting ...

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PLT PLT

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PLT

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OBO 22 52 07

SPT

SPT at 22:51. Okay, the modifications have been made according to message 7hBg. I have been able to bring out four, possibly five, long stems. In compartment 1 there is one I have protruding out of the front of the agar which is about 2 inches long and laying across the surface of the agar. A good part of it's in the air. Out of compartment 2, there is nothing. Compartment 3 Out of compartment 3, we have the seed right in the surface and about three 1-inch stems coming from it. There's a slight increase, very small. Compartment 4, we have the very long stem - ranges into view. Comes out of the ... Charlie ... right at the very front of the case is probably perfectly ... And standby. Okay, that one comes out from compartment 4, goes over towards compartment B now, al1 the way over to the other side and snakes on down to the bottom towards compartment 8. The other half goes over mainly to compartment 3. Coming out of compartment 6, I have one long stem which is about - about 2 inches long or so. I plan to moisten these all down with the - Putting more water on the surface should be no problem. Taking off the cover, I noticed that there - First of all, in compartment

030 22 53 28

SPT

030 22 54 21

SPT

3598

i, there was no agar for about two-thirds of an inch of - Oh, I'm sorry. Excuse me. That's a little exaggeration - About one-quarter of an inch or so in front of the compartment there was a gap air gap; front plate air gap, quarter-inch thick then the agar. Compartment 2, this gap was almost 1/2 inch, and the agar was not on the front plate that we took off. And all the other compartments were nominal. 030 22 55 33 SPT SPT out.

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030 23 22 14

CDR

This is the CDR at 23:22 Zulu, reporting Earth observations handheld photography. This is the CDR at 23:31 Zulu, with two items. The first is rate gyro package temperatures. Yankee 6 is 82; Yankee 5 is 91; X-ray 6, 90; X-ray 5, 93; Zulu 6, 93; Zulu 5, 92. Muscle the second subject is housekeeping - not housekeeping, but shopping list items, muscle girth measurements, in accordance with permanent general message 40. Prior to exercise, the left calf measured 12-3/4; the right calf measured 12-7/8. After exercise, which consisted of method Foxtrot, that is the treaam_ll - wa]king for l0 minutes, _mning for 1 minute, and 400 toe rises - the - the calf girth on completion is 13-1/4 on both calves. CDR out. This is the CDR. The time is 23:48 and _0 seconds, standing by. The subject is S019 operations. And we're standing by to begin our first exposure on the comet - on the comet Kohoutek at 23:50. The ROTATION is 20 - correction, XXO.3 and the TILT is 26.1. The first exposure will be 390 seconds, unwidened. It'll be &5 seconds from when we start it. 6-minute and 30-second exposure. Coming up on 23:50.

030 23 32 15

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CDR CDR

CDR

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030 23 29 52

CC CDR

Skylab,

this

is Houston;

i minute

to LOS Going

... - -

Going - the FILM HATCH i_ OPEN. RETRACTED. Stand by - -

to SLIDE

030 23 50 00

CDR

MARK. We're looking at frame n11m_er ll3. we have begun the exposure on Kohoutek at 23:50 Zulu. Termination will be 23:56:30. Let me check things Roger. XX6.3 and 6.2 ; this is field n_--_er 9_3. to SLIDE REERACTED. Stand by and CDR out. again.

And

CDR SPT CDR

Going

030 23 50 15 030 23 56 l0

CDR CDR

This is the CDR. The time is 23:56 and 15. Just about ready to terminate our exposure here on Kohoutek. By the way, Karl, Kohoutek is so dim I can't even see it through your eyepiece at all. StandbyMARK. Termination. Going over to CARRIAGE _CTED. Now we'll reset our ROTATION to a new value, 0.8 turns counterclockwise. Skylab, this is Houston through Ascension for 6-1/2 minutes .... oxygen enric_w_nt procedure here that we'd like to read up to Ed. 6.3. That's is 6.2. ... 00:lO like you done - XX6.3. All right, the TILT

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CDR

030 23 56 51

CC

CDR

CC

Zulu,

about

13 minutes

from now, we'd ... - -

... panel

225 to open 02 FILL

CDR CC CDR CC

6.2. - - ... AM Okay, ... pr_m,vy our time. at 01:10 Zulu, two ... - please, switch. That's ... - -

23:58's

- - Jerry an hourlater we'd like to get those

3600

030 23 57 41

CDR SPT

I think

we'll

go ahead

and start

it early. or Just the

You want the prime and secondary, pr_ mary? No, we won't. ... Just the primA ry's okay. Let me check things again. Roger.

CDR CC CDR SPT CDR

XX6.3 and 6.2; this is field number 943. to SLIDE RETRACTED. Stand by and -

Going

030 23 58 02

CDR

MARK. This one's 240, unwidened. If I can stay in sync with my second hand, I won't lose track of where I am. And this is a t-minute exposure, which means we will be terminating at 00:02 even. CDR out. SPT, debriefing some handheld photos taken today, mag CX_5. First there was three sets of stereos. They were of roll clouds taken at 16:_7, 16:47:30, and 16:48. They were on the east side of the Rockies as we came across for the EREP maneuver today. We had not had - we did not have the ETC running at the time. They were frames 1 through 6, three sets of stereo. They're excellent examples of roll clouds. There was about, in one instance, _ or 5 roll clouds in a row, length/diameter ratio of 5 or 6 or so. They were taken at ll-1/2 - or ll plus a stop and 100 millimeter on the Hasselblad, 1/250 of a second. And then I got one of the ... River mouth along the Gulf with the Mississippi Delta in them or in the picture. And there was a series of three of those and that was 7 through 9. Down in South __merica at 17:01, fr_-_ 10, I saw a First of all, the mouth of the -

030 23 58 24 030 23 58 _3

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030 23 59 38

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DAY 031 (AM)

3601

031 00 00 48

SPT

Okay,

the river was the Rfo de Magdalena

- now

that' s M-a-g-d-a-l-l-e-n-a [sic ] - northeast coast of South America. And not only was the river mouth interesting from the standpoint of the effluents, the _,nunt of sediment carried out of - by the river, but also there were some very long wavelengths of pronounced waves which happened to show up in the sunglint. And these waves were not parallel to the shore, but perpendicular to the shore. 031 00 01 26 SPT I saw a series of around seven or - or eight exceptionally long - long wavelengths, swells, if you will, perpendicular to the shore. Okay, this is the CDR. The time is coming up on 00:02 Zulu and termination of star field number 943. 031 00 02 01 CDR Stand by -

031 00 01 50

CDR

F 031 00 02 32 CC

MARK. All right, we're in CARRIAGE RETRACT. Now going to the new TILT and ROTATION. 5.3 turns clockwise. 1 - _, 5.3, to a 6.9. 0kay, that came easy. Skylab, this is Houston; i minute to LOS. station contact in 38 - And the TILT is 11.8. - - at 00:40 with the evening status report at_ A0S. Over. Roger, Bruce. ii.8. See you over Guam. And locked. Now, I hope Alkaid's in this field of view. Okay, we have a bright star, and I can't see enough of the others to tell. A]kaid's on the end of the Big Dipper. Now let's see what it takes to get it in the reticle. Okay, I found Alkaid; about halfway out on the right side, between the center and the right vertical, and up about two marks. Now, we'll try to bring it in with some ROTATION. Next

CDR CC

PLT CDR CC CDR

3602

031 00 03 h3

CDR

Okay, this ROTATION is bringing it in beautifully. TILT I don't even have to touch. Uh-oh. There we go. Okay. It's 9.2 now instead of 6.9. So that's a - an increase of 2.3 - plus 2.3 in ROTATION.. All right .... I've got lots of time; let me fiddle around with that some more. Yes, 9.2 it is. So we have a correction from 6.9 up to 9.2. And that's 2.3 plus. Okay, I'm going to go ahead and set up for the Alkaid field now. And I'm going to apply my correction to the Alkaid field, which means I want to go up to - I want to go to 1.5 for the Alkald field. Okay. 1.5 is set in. And the TILT is ll.8 No, I want to make it ll.2. Okay, and the lock is on. Okay, I'm ready to start here, and we'll do it at 30. Stand by. What have we got here. Oh, this is a 90, widened. Okay, I almost did you an unwidened one. Winding it up; going into the SLIDE RETRACTED position. Stand by MARK. Starting it with frame number ll5; starting it on the Alkaid field, which is 883, and this is a 90, widened. Okay, we're coming up on 50 percent. 70 percent. Stand by for termination of exposure.

CDR

031 00 05 42

CDR

031 00 06 52

CDR

CDR

031 00 07 47

CDR

CDR CDR CDR 031 00 09 07 CDR

MARK. SHUTTER's CLOSED; going to CARRIAGE RETRACTED. Okay, going to the next field, which is number 289. I went to go 2.4 turns clockwise ; h.4. And I'm going for 3.0, but I want to add 2.3 to that; so I'Ii go to 5.3. All right, it's locked. The TILT is 22.0. And that's locked. Okay, this is a 270 widened on frame number 289. And we're getting ahead of schedule now, thank heaven. Okay, winding up for a 270. Going to SLIDE RETRACTED. Stand by for the next exposure -

031 00 l0 25

CDR

MARK. All right, the SHUTTER is OPENED. This is a 275.3 ROTATION ; 22.0 TILT ; 270, unwidened correction, widened; and the field is n11mher 289.

3603

031 00 i0 48 031 00 ii 39

CDR SPT

CDR out. SPT at 00:12. Handheld photos, mag CX44. They were taken first at 16:55, frame 12 through i0; 300-millimeter, f/5.6, taken of the JSC area. At 17:14.I saw some red staining by the Bay of S_o Paulo - or off the Island [sic] of S_o Paulo, South _m_rica. And it Just appeared through the clouds, some red staining which ran along the coastline and - ran parallel to it. One end, the part fUrther south, tended to extend outward. I did not see any plankton blooming associated with the red staining at all. First time I have ever seen it of that nature. As I said, there was only a seal I amount of it visible beneath the clouds - or through the openings in the clouds. But from the way it was situated, I could - I would assume that there was a fair 8mount underneath there. And that was frame 9, also on 200-millimeter, f/5.6, ond, taken at 17:l_ GMY. 1/lO0 of a sec-

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031 00 13 02 031 00 13 55

SPT CDR

SPT out. Okay, this is the CDR on SO19 again. We're coming up on 100 percent for the field 289, 270, widened exposure. Stand by MARK. Okay. Run all the way to SLIDE RETRACTED. We're going to go for a 90-second exposure now. 90. And winding it up. Stand by MARK. frame SHUTTER is OPENED. number ll7 now. We're looking at

031 00 14 ll

CDR

031 00 14 29

CDR

CDR CDR

Passing 50 percent. 80 percent. Stand by Okay, stand by for termination.

031 00 15 45

CDR

MARK. SHUTTER's going CLOSED. CARRIAGE RETRACTED. Okay. Next one is field n,_mher 827. We're going for a ROTATION of 178.4, which is 3.3 turns counterclockwise fr_ where we are. A11 right, 3.3. l, 2, 3, and 0.3 is about a quarter, a little more than a quarter. Okay. Now we want 178.4 plus 2.3, which will be 0.7. All right, 0.7 is locked in. Going for a TILT of 9.0 from 22.

s

360h
t

0Bl O0 16 56

CDR

All right, reviewing the bidding here. ROTATION is a 178.4 plus a correction of 2.3, or 180.7, which l've got XX0.7 locked in. I got a TILT of 9.0. Field 827. This is a 240, unwidened. Going to SLIDE RETRACTED. And we'll start this one at 00:17:30. Stand by MARK. SHUTTER is OPENED. We're looking at frame n,,mber 118. 240, unwidened; that's 6 minutes. And we started that at 17:30; so it will he 23:30 when we finish. CDE going off the line. This is the CDR again, Just to ease your mind. I Just realized that 240 seconds is not 6 minutes, but 4 minutes. And we'll he hack earlier. CDR out. Okay, CDR again; S019 operations. We're looking at 21 right now; in 30 seconds l'm going to terminate the exposure on field 827 with a 240-second, unwidened. Standby -

031 00 17 30

CDR

031 00 18 16

CDR

031 O0 18 24 031 00 20 56

CDR CDR

CDR 031 00 21 30 CDR

MARK. Termination. All right, CARRIAGE RETRACTED. Let's press on to the next one; is 147.9. They want me to go i.i turns counterclockwise, i.i; all right. What I want is 147.9 plus 2.3; would be 150.1 [sic]. In and locked. TILT is going to he 1.7. All right, reviewing the bidding very quickly here. 0.1, 1.7; this is field 828; this is a 90, unwldened. Going to SLIDE RETRACT. We're at 90 and winding up. Looking good. Stand by MARK. The SHUTTER is OPEN. We're looking at fra-_ llg. We should make it handily before sunrise. Passing Standby 60 percent. for termination. Stand by -

CDR

031 00 22 45

CDR

CDR CDE 031 00 2h 04 CDR

MARK. Termination. correction, CARRIAGE

Going to SLIDE RETRACT RETRACT, not SLIDE RETRACT.

I-

3605

That's the end of it. I'm closing - closing the FILM HATCH now. Going to - back to STOWAGE. All right, it's time to get the mirror in. So this is the CDR. Termination of the SO19 mission for this period of time. I Just finished doing field number 828, with a 90-second, widened exposure. 031 00 24 41 CDR CDR leaving net frequency.

TIME 031 01 31 58 SPT

SKIP

SPT at 01:32, debriefing the ATM pass which began at 00 :h0. Building block 1 and building block 2, straightforward; no problem. In setting up for unattended there was some conflicting factsthere, but I believe I certainly understand what the situation is concerning the pointing to the filament. There we rolled about Sun center to - to 1080. 10800 will put you right on the positioning where we were to do JOP 27.

1-

031 01 32 42

SPT

During the building block 2 with the null bias for 52, I find that the FINE SUN SENSOR values which I've given you do not agree with the UP/DOWN, _/RIGHT using the crosspointers on 52, which I've always chosen to go with the crosspointers purely on the bias, changing with the FINE SUN SENSORS. SPT out.

031 01 33 15

SPT

TIME

SKIP

031 03 16 53

SPT

- - use this thing on the first exposure. I see that you planners have covered yourselves in accounting for - -

TIME

SKIP

031 13 36 37

SPT

SPT at 13:37 with the PRD readings: 23536, 38100.

42962,

3606

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031 13 36 45

SPT

Out.

TIME

SKIP

031 14 24 13

CDR

This is the CDR at 14:24 Zulu; EREP C&D. At time Tango 2, Delta 6 is reading 50 percent. CDR out.

031 14 24 24

CDR

TIME

SKIP

031 14 46 02

SPT

This is the SPT at Ih:46. S063, visible camera, Nikon 01 with CX49; starting with frame number 52. That is all configured. Focus, infinity; f/ll; and A filter. The UV camera, Nikon 02, with Bravo Victor 50 in it; and we're starting on frame number 47. And shutter is cocked on both. Ed, I need to cut in with the monitor checks now. Okay, I'm going to be putting in a hack here in a moment. I'm going to make one trial run on both cameras. Okay - And I'ii ... that hack. - - Just lay them on. me then. Just lay them on on top of

CDR SPT

CDR PLT CDR

031 14 47 17

CDR

Okay, the EREP and C&D monitor readings. We still haven't cut back on the 192 yet, I guess. They're all high. Alfa 2 is 92; Alfa 3 is 86; Alfa 4 is 92; Alfa 5 is 96; Alfa 6 is 25; Alfa 7 read 0. Bravo 2 is 91; Bravo 3 is 82; Bravo 4 is 91; Bravo 5 is 90; Bravo 6 is 50; Bravo 7 is 34; Bravo 8 is l; Bravo 9 is 58. Charlie 2 is 100; Charlie 3 is 88; Charlie 4 is 97; Charlie 5 is 50; Charlie 6 is 46; Charlie 7 is 52; Charlie 8, skip it. Delta 2, 85; Delta 3, 85; Delta 4, 85; Delta 5, 18; Delta 6 is 51; Delta 7, 51; Delta 8, skip it. Okay, I'm opening S192 door; the MODE is going to HEADY; the DOOR is OPEN.

f__

3607

SPT 031 14 48 39 SPT PLT CDR

SPT tracking HACK. Okay, we got NADIR selected. No DAC on this one.

S190, HEATER SWITCH OFF light is off. DELTA PRESS-TO-TEST lights on panel 117 to - HACK. onds. Okay, We're that completes the exposure; at 2700 on the m.m filter. 16 sec-

031 14 48 56

SPT

CDR

Okay, at 14:49 the S192 readings are all coming down where they belong now. I'll recheck them again later. The reason for the lateness of this is because I did not get 192 POWER, ON until 3 minutes late because of all the folderol that we had to go through this morning, doing things like capping shutter checks and - and rigging for TV press conferences and all that baloney, instead of doing what we should be doing up here. I have a READY light on S192; going MODE to CHECK. Okay, preoperation configuration: TAPE RECORDER, ON; READY on. 92 is ON; READY out; STANDBY. 92 is in STANDBY rather than CHECK. Okay, I Just put it in STANDBY. DOOR is OPEN. 91 is ON; READY on; the COOLER is ON; the DOOR is OPEN. 90 is ON; the HEADY out; we're in STANDBY; the door is open, verified. 93 Romeo is STANDBY; READY out. SCATI"EROMETER is OFF; READY out. ALTIMETER is OFF; READY out. 94 is ON; READY on; and the MALF light is out. So we're in good shape coming up on - Well, 193 should be in STANDBY at 14:50:30, i minute and 30 seconds late. 14:51 coming up to start tracking. Going with frame number i on S063. Stand by HACK. On my mark MARK. byMARK. it will be 51:30. 51:43 is next. Stand

I--

031 14 49 46

CDR

SPT

031 14 51 15

SPT CDR

031 14 51 30

CDR

51:30, EREP, START.

031 14 51 43

CDR

S190 MODE to AUTO.

S194 MODE to MANUAL.

3608

• SPT

Okay, and that one was not on the same target. Too much fumbling around trying to get the timer set up again. Okay, let's try it again. This time we go at 8. Okay, they're going to get their cumulus, that. Tradewind cu. Timer set. Okay, this is the CDR. Alfa 2 has moved on back I'll say

PLT

SPT CDR

up into the high value again. We're reading 92 percent on Alfa 2; Alfa 3's okay; Alfa h is okay; Alfa 5 is reading 97. h2:5h is coming up. SPT CDR 031 lh 52 52 031 lh 52 5h SPT CDR Frame number B starting to track. Stand by HACK. MARK. RADIOMETER Stand by MARK. Okay - ALTIMm'I'ERis ON. - - starting nadir swath. is OFF. 53 even coming up.

031 lh 53 00

CDR/PLT PLT CDR PLT CDR CC

I have no READY Skylab, Houston. HACK. - - 9 minutes

light. We're - -

031 lh 53 08

SPT CC SPT PLT CDR

at Ascension. Both on the same target. left and right. Charlie 1

Okay, that was good. She's holding

pretty well

Okay, at 53:20, Alfa 1 is 76 percent. just moved from zero to 100 percent. Okay - -

PLT

:_

36o9

CDR PLT

Now dropped down to 52. - - we're swath, Just about 45 seconds into the nadir few - it

and there

are no

cu at all; very light.

CDR

I have no ALTIMETER OFF at 50, 53:50. Going with frame

- READY

Just turned

SPT PLT

5, starting

to track. That's

Picking up a few cu now, but not much.

at 5h.
CDR PLT 031 14 54 06 SPT PLT Alfa l, 60 percent ; 60. Less than 1/10 coverage. Readjusting - -

HACK. Now, we're than 1/10. HACK. Okay, now we're starting 54 :20. Okay, that was good. to pick up something. starting to pick up a few. There we go. Still less

031 14 54 19

SPT PLT

SPT PLT

Going

to frame

7.

Most of this nadir swath has been water. Now I'd say there's about Caming up on - 55:00. Okay, now we're getting - Starting to track. Okay, at 55, Alfa 1 is HACK.

nothing but blue i/i0 to 2/10.

CDR PLT SPT b31 14 55 01 031 lh 55 03 CDR SPT CDR

60 percent; Charlie 1 is 12 percent. going to put the ALTIMETER, ON again. HACK.

Okay, I'm

031 14 55 12

SPT CDR

._

ON at i_, and I've got a READY light. No UNLOCK light. I should have put that on sooner, but I got busy.

3610

p-

SPT CDR SPT 031 14 56 05 SPT CDR 031 lh

Okay, I'm cc_ing up on 56. Now the ALTIMETER Starting HACK. Are we hot mike, HACK. Yes, we are. Okay. Okay, those were good. Waiting for ... ... Say again, Dick. Bill? is working 9.

Burning

one.

correctly. for 9.

frame number

Tracking

56 15

SPT PLT CDR SPT CDR CC CDR CC

I was Just going to tell you, I was even listening to you. Okay, the tradewind cu - nadir swath didn't get much tradewind cu. Okay, we're terminating, but, of course, I'm Just going to let it run. 56:45 MARK. Now, we're streaks of it. starting to pick up a few sporadic

PLT

031 14 56 45

PLT

031 14 56 51

CDR

MARK. The S190 READY to STANDBY. Tracking for frame ll. 190 POWER, OFF at 57. HACK.

light went

out at 50.

Going

SPT CDR 031 14 57 02 SPT PLT

At 15:10 I have to set all the apertures. let me see what we've got coming up here. Coming up on 57 : 20.

Okay,

CDR

f_ 031 14 57 19 SPT CDR PLT 031 14 57 20 CDR PLT CDR 031 14 57 30 CDR SPT CDR CC HACK. Stand by -

3611

A long dry spell. MARK. h. 3. ALTIMETER MARK. is still looking good. REF is set at 2. 57:30.

At 57:30, Alfa up.

i is 60 percent.

13 coming Charlie Roger. coming

1 is 53 percent. And we're 45 seconds up in 15:23. Okay, Bill, from LOS. Carnarvon

CDR

Roger, Dick. at 58:20. Stand by.

I want

a VTS AUTO

CAL

PLT CDR PLT CDR SPT 031 14 58 07 SPT CDR PLT 031 lh 58 20 PLT CDR PLT 031 14 58 27 SPT PLT

About 30 seconds. 58 : 20, did you say? That 's affirmative. Starting HACK. 20 seconds. Stand MARK. Okay. VTS AUTO HACK. Our next track, not this one, but the following one - CAL. by to track.

3612

SPT SPT PLT SPT PLT CDR PLT SPT PLT

There you go; that worked Starting at - -

good.

Right

on.

Here's the track we're coming up on. Okay, let me give you another 16 and 4. Starting at Vancouver - Uh-huh. - - down right across Washington. Extra ones. If the weather's good, we ought to have some good looking. Okay, now at lO past - l0 minutes? At 15:10 I have to change the apertures. Okay. Starting to track. HACK. HACK. ALTIMETER READY light is out. Okay, that completes that. I noted it out at 59:30. I think it was out before that. I Just noticed it. Okay, I gave you an extra, frames 13 and l_. I did that double. So you got a frame 13A and 14A. We're picking up here, though. I'm sorry; we don't go over Washington. We're - we're - I see. 16 and h again. Setting the microswitch at 20.

CDR PLT CDR SPT 031 14 59 0h 031 14 59 25 SPT SPT CDR SPT CDR

SPT

PLT

CDR SPT

3613 /031 15 00 O0 CDR SPT 031 15 00 15 CDR SPT CDR 031 15 00 21 031 15 00 30 SPT CDR Going to STANDBY on the ALTIMETER at 00.

Microswltch ALTIMETER, Starting Coming HACK.

is set at 20. ON at 15.

to track.

up on 00 :30.

MARK. RANGE is going to 70. ALTIMETER light 's on now. We' re looking good. Hey, we go right HACK. - - can see Yellowstone Park, well. over Lake Yellowstone.

READY

PLT 031 15 O0 44 SPT PLT SPT

Maybe

I - -

Okay, very good. That worked complete; starting on 17. MARK. At 58 the S191 READY to track for 15.

15 and 16

031 15 00 59

CDR SPT PLT

light

came

on.

Starting

Man, that's the great-granddaddy (laughter ). Boy, I'll say. Okay, HACK. going Very on to 16. good. Good tracking having

of all C&D pads

CDR SPT 031 15 01 43 SPT CDR SPT

again.

You sound

like you're

fun, Ed.

Okay, that was frames number 15 and 16. Coming up to 17. Oh, yes, we're really pressing up here. It's always good when you enjoy your work.

PLT SPT

Right. There ; filter, time. Coming up to frame 16 - to frame 17. Starting to track. We've got overcast here.

361h

031 15 02 20

SPT CDR

HACK. Ccming MARK. HACK. Okay, very stimulating. Something to do every 2-1/2 minutes, whether I need to or not. Okay, coming in here. up on 03. Might sneak an extra set up on 02 :30. 171 RANGE Stand by to 71.

031 15 02 30 031 15 02 41

CDR SPT CDR

to 71 - 193 RANGE

SPT

PLT CDR PLT SPT CDR 031 15 03 ll SPT PLT 031 15 03 32 SPT PLT CDR SPT PLT SPT

You're not working on 190, are you? Negat ire. I'm going to change the apertures now. Okay, I'm tracking again. Can't stand the prosperity, HACK. Man, look HACK. Boy, those Yes. 0kay. Let me check them again and see ... There was an extra set in there; you got a 16 and 4, ITA and 18A. Coming up on 0h for frame 19. ALTIM_'x_R READY light's out ; going to STANDBY at 53. details sure could have been nicer. at that. Stand by huh?

CDR PLT SPT 031 15 04 06 SPT

Check them again. Starting HACK. 19.

r_
031 15 04 08 , CDR PLT 031 15 04 27 SPT ALTIMETER, ON at 08. Checked and doublechecked.

3615

HACK. Okay, that looked good. Frame number Coming up on 5. That was 19 and 20. Okay, I'll try to give you another set here. Look and see what we got coming up I 'Ii give you another 19A and 20A. Alfa 1 and Charlie 1 are reading 60 percent Giving you ... 4 ... - - and 68 percent respectively. Now we ... through 16 and 4, okay. MARK. RANGE to 72. Coming up on 5. ...

PLT SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT 031 15 05 01 CDR SPT 031 15 05 13 031 15 05 36 SPT SPT SPT

Tracking. HACK. HACK. Okay, that was an extra set. 22. Starting to track. HACK. HACK. Okay, that takes - completes sequence, 21 and 22. We've got to so I'll give you some more. We're frames 23 and 22, in the C, 16 and to track. The - HACK. - - S190 Alfa has a 60-nautical-mile What 's that ? The 190 Alfa takes a - square. the normal stop by 09; going now on 4. Starting Coming up on 21 and

031 15 06 ll 031 15 06 32

SPT SPT

PLT 031 15 07 04 SPT PLT CDR PLT

3616

_

CDR PLT CDR

Oh, yeah. - - 60-nautical-mile Coming up on 07:30. 25. Back out again. MARK. At 07:30. square. Got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK on

031 15 07 30

CDR SPT CDR

Okay, complete. Going to RANGE, 73. Flashing ALTIMETER UNLOCK light out. READY light is out now. ALTIMETER to STANDBY at 40. Starting to track again, the second set of extras. ALTIMETER, ON at 55. HACK. ALTIMETER - Charlie i went to 100 percent and then back down. It's now - it's at 47. Got a good READY ight. l HACK. That's the second set of extras. Going for a third set. Got time before 09? We sure do. Starting to track. You going to click off a frame or two? Let me show you about what we got - what we're looking at here. Stand by This is a 60-nautical-mile Yes. HACK. *** marginal. Uh-huh. Really it - it's right here, isn't it? square.

SPT 031 15 07 55 031 15 07 57 CDR SPT CDR

_-

031 15 08 20

SPT

SPT CDR PLT

SPT PLT CDR 031 15 08 53 SPT PLT CDR CDR

r• PLT CDR 031 15 09 15 SPT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT No - Here ' that reservoir - s HACK. - - and that's the river. Okay, there 's another - It's up in this corner here. That 's right. It's not that far down. You ' re right. Okay, that completes it. It 's over here, Jer. - - five total. ... that. extra steps; l0 extra exposures

%17

So we've got some - -

is the

PLT SPT

On frames 23, 24, and 25, 26, 27, 28. Three extra sets at the end and two extra sets during the middle of the exposures that I called out. Do they have a nadir swath going there or something? I have the green - yes, I have green - nadir swath starting at 10:30. Done with the Hasselblad. Okay, at i0 - No, at Ii, I owe you a bump to RANGE, 74. ALTIMETER is still hanging in there. Frame count reading l0 on Bravo Victor 50. Reading 33 on CX49. Okay, at ll:04 went to 74 on the RANGE. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light flashed at 15. And again. READY light went out at 20. 25; STANDBY at 25. ALTIMETER, ON at 40; READY on. Charlie 1 is 60 correction, Alfa 1 is 60; Charlie 1 is 46.

CDR PLT

CDR

SPT SPT 031 15 ll 04 CDR

031 15 ll 40

CDR

3618

-_

• SPT

S063 - one additional comment - we had to put the microswitch at 20 for the 16-second exposures and the _'s. Okay, Charlie 1 Just went to off-scale high at 14:50. Now it's down to 95 percent. ALTIMETER UNLOCK at 15:00 - 15:00, I should say; 15:15:00. Now it's out; and on; and out. Now Charlie l's faded off to zero. ALTIMETER li -HEADY's out. STANDBY at 15:15. ALTIMETER, ON at 15:30. Charlie 1 went to offscale high. Now it's back down to 49 percent Make it 48. Coming up on 18 Okay, at 18 went back to RANGE of 73. Charlie i Just went off-scale high. Down to 95 now. ALTIMETER UNLOCK at 47, and it's out at 49. On at 54; off im-_dlately. READY light is out. STANDBYt19:00. a ALTIMETER, ON at 19:15. Got a READY light. Charlie i, off-scale high and now drifting back down to 50 percent. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is on. UNLOCK light is on steady. Coming up on 20:30. Still got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK; still got a READY light. Coming up on 20:30. MARK. RANGE, 72. reading. Stand by No change in lights or Charlie i

031 15 14 51

SPT

031 15 15 31

CDR

CDR 031 15 18 01 CDR CDR

031 15 19 16

CDR

CDR CDR

CDR 031 15 20 30 CDR

CDR

Okay, ALTIMETER UNLOCK is now blinking while. Still on, though. READY light is still on. ALTIMETER UNLOCK at 22:02. light is flashing.

once in a

CDR CDR

It's out now,

CDR

The READY light has been Coming up on 22:30.

on steady

all the time.

/_ 031 15 22 30 031 15 23 18 CDR CC CDR CDR CDR 031 15 24 30 CDR CDR MARK. Skylab, Roger, Charlie Coming MARK. At 22:30, Houston. Dick. l's reading up on 24:30; RANGE, 70. 56 percent; 24:30. slowly RAN_, We're 71. AOS Carnarvon

3619

for i0 minutes.

creeping

up.

At 25:00, Alfa i is 60 percent; Alfa - or Charlie i Just Jumped to 100 percent, off-scale high, and is now drifting down to about 93. I have an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light; Just went out at 14. Charlie 1 Just dropped down to nearly zero. We lost our READY light at 25. Go ALTIMETER to STANDBY. 25:40, ALTIMETER, ON. Charlie drifting down; steady at 47. C_ning up on 27:00. MARK it. Going to 69 on our RANGE. l, off-scale high;

031 15 25 40

CDR

CDR 031 15 27 00 CDR CDR

HEADY light is steady on. Alfa i is 60; Charlie i is 52. I'll give you another reading at 28 even. Okay, at 28:00 Alfa 1 is 60; Charlie 1 is 53.

031 15 28 01

CDR CDR

ALTIMETER UNLOCK light came on at 55; off at 57. That's a rough time. We Just got another flash out of it. The READY light is out. ALTIMETER to STANDBY at 29:10. ALTIMETER, ON at 29:25. high and drifting down. Coming MARK up on 30 :00. ALTIMETER RANGE now is 68. a moment. Charlie i is off-scale Steady at 50 percent.

031 15 29 25

CDR

CDR 031 15 30 00 031 15 31 17 CDR CC SPT 031 15 31 33 CC

it.

SPT, Houston, Go ahead,

when you have

Dick.

Ed, about a rev - rev and a half from now, we're going to be having the press conference. And the

3620

site prior to that press conference is this upcoming stateside pass, which I figured would be pretty busy with talking about the EREP. Wanted to remind you guys of - to - in preparation for the press conference, to refer to the message that you -we checked out the ccmmwith a while ago. Also, the TV-27 in the TV Ops Book, there are a couple of switches in there that do not appear in either page - and should be - need to be sure and verify. One is the VIDEO select switch which is presently in ATM. It should be in TVprior to the press conference, and that can be put there any time from here on in. And also, on your way down to the wardroom, in preparation for the press conference, be sure that all the TV input stations north of the wardroom are - are OFF. SPT CC CDR Okay, Dick. We'll do that.

Okay, thank you very much. At 32 even, Alfa i was 60; Alfa - Charlie i was 51. We Just went off-scale high on Charlie I, and now we're back down to 92; back up to off-scale high. Roger, Jer. And we're about 45 seconds from LOS. @,-_ comes up about B minutes from now. I'ii call you there. Okay. At 50, we got a READY off light. to STANDBY. I went

CC

CDR

SPT

Dick, we've got l0 frames remaining in Bravo Victor 50. We got five extra sets of data for S063. It looked like a real good run. Very good, Ed. Thank you much.

031 15 33 17

CC CDR

ALTIMETER went back ON at i0. Alfa 1 is 60; Charlie i is 57. Now it's drifting down - down about 50. Time is 34:00. UNLOCK light flashed at 20.

031 15 34 00 031 15 35 20

CDR CDR

ALTIMETER

r__

3621

•CDR

Charlie i is oscillating now slowly between 52 and about 60. About steadied out at 52. Coming up on 36. Okay, at 36 the RANGE is going to 69. Charlie I has begun m_neuvering hack and forth, this time between 52 and 62. ALTIM_ UNLOCK light at 15. Charlie 1 is 57 percent. Charlie 1 is up to 94. Still have an ALTIMETER UNLOCK and the READY is on. Off-scale high. to STANDBY at 45. READY out at 40. ALTIMETER

031 15 36 01

CDR

031 15 37 O0

CDR

ALTIMETER, ON at 37:00. 50 percent.

Charlie

i steady

at

031 15 37 57

CC

Skylab, Houston - Skylab, Houston. 9 minutes. Roger.

Guam for

CDR SPT
I--

Dick, on the first S - second S063 set of data, would you confirm that they want a separate visible exposure for each of the first eight frames? Okay. Stand by. is going 71. to 70.

CC 031 15 38 31 031 15 39 30 031 15 40 18 CDR CDR CDR

38:30, RANGE 39:30, RANGE,

ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at about 16; off at 18. Charlie l's to 92. ALTIMETER UNLOCK - STAN ALTIMETER READY light went at 25. At 30, I went to STANDBY on ALTIMETER. ALTIMEFER, ON at 45. about 48 percent. At 41, RANGE At 41:30, to 72. 1 is 47. Charlie 1 is settling at

031 15 40 45

CDR

031 15 41 02

CDR CDR

Alfa 1 is 60; Charlie is 73.

031 15 42 00 031 15 42 09

CDR CC

At 42, the RANGE

SPT, Houston. I'm not real sure that I understood the question that you asked about S063. We do want the first eight frames taken Just as it's listed there on the pad and also including the remarks that follows the data, but perhaps I'm confUsed.

3622

•SPT

Okay, so far, on the first pass and all of the second pass, except for the first eight frames, we're taking pairs - that is, all o_ the same spot. That means you only get one visible exposure for for each. Here they say they still want to take filter pairs, but not necessarily on the same spot. Does that mean that I have to come back and start tracking again? Initially *** second visible exposure with each - with each of the UV exposures, or do they want me to Just move back enough in order to pick up 8 seconds more?

031 15 43 01

CDR CC SPT

RANGE,

7_ at h3.

What they' d like They're calling them filter pairs, and they're not even pairs if you start tracking initially on each one of them. Then it's Just a independent set of data. Roger, Ed; I understand. Stand by.

CC 031 15 43 42 CC

SPT, Houston. It turns out that the word "pairs" for those eight frames is somewhat of a misnomer. We do realize that they are not on the same sites and we do not require that you go back and retrack them to get the other filter on the same site. Okay, we don't have to go back in order to get another visible exposure. Is that affirm? That 's affirmative, Ed. Thank you. Okay, at _h I had moved it to RANGE, 75. ALTI_-I'k_ UNLOCK at ll. Lost the READY at the same time. Going to STANDBY at 15. eTER, ON. RANGE to 76. 4h :30 coming up. ALTIM-

SPT

CC SPT CDR

CDR 031 15 h6 02 CC

RANGE to 77 at h5:30. Skylab, Houston. We're about h5 seconds Goldstone at 16:02. See you then. See you then. from LOS.

CDR

I-

3623

031 15 46 30 031 15 47 31

CDR CDR CDR

46:30. 47:30.

RANGE RANGE,

to 78. 79. ALTIMETER READY

Okay. Charlie I has fallen off. is out. Went to STANDBY at 48. ALTIMETER, Charlie RANGE, Coming MARK. ON at 48:15. 47. - correction,

031 15 48 15

CDR CDR

i is about 80 at 49:30 up on 49:00. RANGE, 81.

031 15 48 30

CDR CDR

48:30.

031 15 49 00 031 15 50 01 031 15 51 01

CDR CDR CDR PLT

Alfa 1 at 60; Charlie 1 is 44.

At 50:00, RANGE, 82. RANGE, 83 at 51:00. ... way to ALTIMETER ALTIMETER ... UNLOCK at 44. ALTIMETER to STANDBY at 50. READY out at 44.

031 15 51 44

CDR

031 15 52 05 031 15 52 14 031 15 52 30 031 15 53 O0 031 15 53 30 031 15 55 O0

CDR CDR CDR CDR CDR CDR

ALTIMETER, ON at 05. ALTIMETER 52:30, UNLOCK 84. at 14. ALTIMETER MODE UNLOCK 5. light out.

RANGE,

At 53:00,

193 ALTIMETER,

At 53:30, RANGE, 85. At 55:00, RANGE to 86. is 50. Alfa 1 is 60; Charlie 1

CDR

It looks like we're going to get into a little action here now. Yes. It 's coming up now. The Green Mountains ' (Laughter) Who wouldn't ... at it. And I'm not taking any bets on this one at all. Okay, ALTIMETER UNLOCK. Charlie 1 is bad; pegged out high. ALTIMETER has Just gone out on the READY. Look to STANDBY at 52.

PLT

031 15 55 43

CDR

3624

031 15 56 08 031 15 56 14

CDR CDR

ALTIMETER,

ON at 07.

ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at 13. Flickering a little bit. Looking at 50 percent on Charlie i. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is out at 26.

031 15 56 26 031 15 57 00

CDR CDR PLT

RANGE, 87 at 57:00. ... better start getting - getting light, but it's - Coming up on the coast here pretty soon. ALTIMETER UNLOCK at 25. No, make that 27. when I saw it. That's 58:27. That's

031 15 58 28

CDR

031 15 58 4h

CDR

Still on steady; Charlie 1 is rising slowly. It's passing 90 percent now. Off-scale high. Now it's drifted back down to 92. Falling off. READY light went out. ALTIMETER to STANDBY at 05; 59:05.

031 15 59 06

CDR CDR

ALTIMETER ON at 20. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is back on at 27. Charlie 1 is reading 49. ALTIMETER out. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light out at 40. Looking at a Charlie 1 of 43. Coming up on 16:00:00. MARK. OMETER MODE 190 - S192 MODE to CHECK, and SCA_fERto STANDBY.

031 15 59 40

CDR

031 16 00 00

CDR

CDR PLT CDR PLT 031 16 01 00 PLT CDR 031 16 01 40 031 16 01 h8 CDR CC

Bill, I want a %_fS AUTO CAL at 01:00. Okay. 15 seconds. Roger. MARK. Okay, thank you. ALTIMETER Skylab, UNLOCK at 40; 01:40. We're AOS stateside now. Stand by -

Houston.

._-

3625

• CDR

Roger, Dick. Charlie i moved up from 47 percent up to 57. Now it's headed for off-scale high. It paused at 90 percent. Now it's off-scale high. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is still on. Here chines Charlie 1. And at 16 the READY light went out. At 20, we're putting it to STANDBY. And I'll Just leave it there. The ALTIMETER MODE to 1. Okay, on my mark, it'll be 02:45. Stand by. MARK. ALTIMETER, ON. At 51 -

0B1 16 02 16

CDR

031 16 02 45 031 16 02 52

CDR CDR

MARK. 190, SHLFITER SPEED to SLOW. INTERVAL is 10; FRAMES are 58. Wonder why they reversed the FRAMES and INTERVAL in that list. Okay, I saw the ALTIMETER UNI_CK light flashing while I was doing that 190 sequence and it's back on again at 18, ALTIMETER UNLOCK light. Looking for an S191 READY
on.

031 16 03 41

CDR PLT CDR

MARK.

READY on at 38.

Going to REFERENCE, 6.

Man, it better clearup pretty soon. Okay, going the ALTII'_._.'I'_i,_ light's READY to STANDBY. off. At 55, I'm

031 16 04 01

CDR

MARK. At 04:00, 190 POWER is ON. At 10, the ALTIMETER POWER' s ON. Correction - Yes, ALTIMETER POWER. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at 17. Coming up on 04:43. Stand by -

0B1 16 04 18

CDR CDR

0B1 16 04 44

CDR

MARK. S190 MODE to AUTO. READY light's out on the ALTIMETER. Going to STANDBY at 50. READY light went out about 48. Play me another tune on your kazoo. Oh, boy. ALTIMETER, ON at 10. Doesn't look good at all. I swear ... it's alive.

PLT 0B1 16 05 l0 CDR PLT

3626

• CDR

Hasn't been bothering me a bit, Bill. Visibility between me and the clock has Just been fantastic all morning. (Laughter ) ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is on at 30. It's going to get better, Bill; I promise. Okay, as soon as the clock - Better not promise, Dick. Stand by at 45.

PLT 031 16 05 30 CDR CC PLT CDR O31 16 05 h2 CDR PLT CDR 031 16 06 00 CDR PLT

ALTIMETER READY light's out at 42. Okay, it's hopeless. That's 05:42 and 05:45. ALTIMETER, ON at 00.

Well, wait a minute now. We were looking at an anglethrough the clouds. Next mark is 06:24. Stand by -

CDR 031 16 06 24 CDR

MARK. 192 MODE to READY. Shifting gears. Got a TAPE MOTION light; got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light. That came on during the 192 sequence. 06:30, ALTIMETER 49's at zero. ALTIMETER to MODE 5. Now it's under clouds. RANGE to 79. Okay, going for - Let's see. Set shutter speed to 1/25. Special 02, 10:52, 45 degrees. I was late getting the ALTIMETER to STANDBY there, about 3 or 4 seconds. Coming up on 7. SHUTTER SPEED to MEDIUM on 190. to STANDBY. RADIOMETER to STANDBY.

031 16 06 3h

CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT

CDRZ

031 16 07 03

CDR

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031 16 07 06 'CDR 031 16 07 21 CDR

At 06, SCATTEROMETER 07:18, MODE to CHECK 08:h2 is next.

is ON; the RADIOM_-,'za is ON. on 192. I _as 3 seconds late.

CDR

Okay, on the RADIOMETER to STANDBY at 06 :30, I missed it, and I went from RADIOMETER, OFF to ON and that's 07:06. That ought to be good for a glitch in your data. Roger, Jerry. I was following you down the pad. Sorry I didn't catch it. I thought - I thought you got it. I thought I had, too. I may have called it but gotten distracted before I actually threw it. That got awfully busy right there. I think I may have read it but not even thrown the switch; I was busy reaching for the - the other switches. Well, that's a good way to fake out the CAP COMM, I assure you. Yes, indeed. 08:h2 coming up. Stand by We got TAPE MOTION.

CC

031 16 08 0h

CDR

CC
I-

CDR CDR 031 16 08 h2 CDR

MARK it. 08:50 -

192 MODE to READY.

031 16 08 50

CDR

MARK it. POLARIZATION going to h. 09:hh is next. That's known as hand-to-mouth coordination, sticking ice cream cones on your forehead. S063, we're picking up with frame number 37. On

SPT

BV_2.
CDR 031 16 09 hh CDR PLT 09 : hh coming up. MARK it. Stand by -

192 MODE to CHECK. up. Okay, I zoom in and track a uniform

52 coming site.

CDR PLT

I didn't hear

you.

Did you find the Green cloud covered.

Mountains?

No, it was completely

3628

_

CDR

Was it? You broke your promise, Dick. you you shouldn't have done that. Promise him anything. That ' right. s Tracking for frame number i. God will get you for that. Stand by -

I told

CC CDR SPT CDR SPT PLT

IMU. Okay, there's a uniform site. Let's zoom in and see what it is. I'm already zoomed in. Let's take that uniform site right there. DAC You sure he wants the DAC? Yes, ... wants the DAC. Okay.

031 16 ll 03

PLT

PLT

... DAC's on. DATA pushbutton. Hey, it looks like I got a site alongside the Mississippi here. *** wetland. I wonder if that's that Tennessee flooding area.

--

CDR PLT

It very likely could be. It looks like the water is awful high along in here. We ought to be looking at that, I would think. Coming up on 11:50. Stand by. 5 seconds. MARK it. 192 is MODE, READY.

CDR

031 16 ii 53

CDR PLT CDR

Okay. 12 :29 is my next one. Come on, TAPE MOTION. I've got no tape - There goes. Got a TAPE MOTION light. 11:56, SCATTEROMETER to STANDBY; RADIO_T,:I_ to STANDBY. Those are all about 5 seconds late. Frame 2. I was watching that tape. MARK. it

031 16 12 02

CDR

SPT CDR 031 16 12 ii SPT

3629

CDR 031 16 12 16 CDR

12:15.

Stand by -

MARK. The ALTIMETER's ON. Got a flashing TAPE MOTION light for a little bit. Now it's steady. 12 :32. Okay, CAMERA, OFF. - filter 2700; try 3200. Try

PLT SPT

That was at frame this again. Okay, looking

PLT 031 16 12 33 CDR PLT 031 16 12 39 SPT PLT CDR

for 12 :29 nadir. 192 MODE to CHECK. no DAC.

12:32, MARK. Nadir Strike 13 :09. swath;

up a 3.

Must be getting low on tape. The TAPE MOTION light is starting to flicker a little bit. HACK. Okay, there's 09. Okay, going out to 45 degrees and finding a clear area .... Okay. There's a clear area. All right. I'll use the DAC. Okay. 13 :42 coming up. CAMERA, ON. MARK. 92 MODE to CHECK. to STANDBY.

031 16 13 01

SPY PLT

CDR 031 16 13 43 031 16 13 44 031 16 13 50 031 16 13 52 031 16 13 53 031 16 13 54 PLT CDR CDR SPT SPT CDR CDR 031 16 14 07 CDR

12:48, ALTIMETER Frame HACK. 4.

MODE, i; RANGE, 77. 14 :05 coming up. Looking for a READY

MARK. The ALTIMETER is ON. out at 14:20 on S190.

3630

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031 16 14 22, CDR

MARK. READY out at 14:20. S190 still hanging in there. 14:30, coming up. Steady TAPE MOTION. MARK. FRAMES 92 to MODE CHECK. 90 to MODE STANDBY. to 79. 17:30 again. for 5. to STANDBY.

031 16 14 30

CDR

031 16 14 40

SPT CDR

Tracking

ALT - We got a blunder here. ALTIMETER RANGE to 73_ 17:h3. Oh, that's why. I'ii put it back where it was.

CDR PLT CDR

Okay, letting the DAC run for 22 seconds .... Get that RANGE back to 77; get the ALTIMETER, ON again. Blunder on my part ; that's where it is. ALTIMETER Frame 6. Charlie i is - off. between 48 and 53. UNLOCK at 14.

031 16 15 14 031 16 15 26

CDR Sl°T CDR

031 16 15 29

PLT CDR

Okay, DAC,

- - switching HACK. Okay, waiting

OBI 16 15 35

SPT PLT CDR

for 21:11. UNLOCK light. Okay, there went

Steady ALTIMETER the READY out.

031 16 16 O0

CDR

At 15 - at 16:00 the ALTIMETER tion, to STANDBY. ALTIMETER, HACK. Charlie l's reading 46. Out over the Atlantic? Yes. Good blooming down there. Where ON at 15.

went to OFF - correc-

031 16 16 15 031 16 16 19

CDR SPT CDR

are you now, Bill?

PLT SPT

/-

3631

PLT

It sure is. And we're getting it on 191. Actually, I think we're - we've Just come across Cuba. Oh, yes. Oh, that's there south of - Alfa 8 - frame 8. that blooming in that bay

031 16 16 49

CDR

031 16 16 55

SPT CDR

- - south of Havana. HACK. Yes. I don't know what it is.

031 16 16 59

SPT PLT CDR PLT

Isle of Pines area. Yes, that's right. correct. The Isle of Pines area is

CDR SPT f

That's always green - that and the Bahamas. Okay, I'm going to try to see if I can give you a couple of extra sets here. Seven and eight ... 7 Alfa and 8 Alfa. Cc_ing up on 17:30.

CDR SPT CDR 031 16 17 30 CDR

Starting to track. Stand by MARK. coming HACK. MARK. MARK. S190 MODE to AUTO. ALTIMETER's ON. 17:50 next. ALTIMETER up. TO STANDBY. RANGE, 73. 17 :43,

031 16 17 37 031 16 17 44 031 16 17 50 031 16 18 02

SPT CDR CDR CC

Skylab, Houston. We're a minute from LOS. We're going to have a very low and short pass at Vanguard at 17:30. In case we miss that, Goldstone at 17:39 and we'll see you then for the press conference. Okay. Ccming up, 18:22. Stand by.

-

CDR
f

3632

"SPT

In case you're below, we're going to go for a 7 Bravo, 9 Bravo. MARK. 92 READY. on and flickering a little bit.

031 16 18 22

CDR CDR

TAPE MOTION's

031 16 18 30 031 16 18 34 031 16 18 41

CDR SPT SPT CDR

Coming up on 30. Tracking. HACK. TAPE _TION than a 16.

SHUTTER SPEED to FAST.

is steady.

And that was 8 rather

PLT

Han_ there's some blooming. I'm goin_ to go ahead and get that. Push the DATA pushbutton. 19:04. Stand by And the TAPE MOTION's ._ Had an UNLOCK light.

CDR O31 16 19 04 CDR

_L_RK. 192 MODE, CHECK. okay. At i0 -

031 16 19 l0

CDR

MARK. ALTIMETER to STANDBY. PJ_DI_ETER to STANDBY. Coastal blooming - -

PLT SPT CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT CDR PLT

Bravo was at 8 seconds rather than 6. Okay ... ... water. -.. 7 Bravo. Now l'm going Was 8 rather Released to coast than 16, off the boundary Now we got - Just as I went across. - -

the pushbutton

Coming up on 19 ... - Then I'll push it again, and I'll release it
m

f_

3633

031 16 19 36. CDR 031 16 19 38 CDR PLT Sl_f 031 16 19 h9 SPT PLT CDR

MARK. MARK. Okay,

SCATTER(_4ETER, ON. RADIOMETER, ON. getting ready for nadir swath.

Stand by HACK. 21:ii. Okay, Alfa 1 is moving back and forth between 96 percent and 60 percent. 96, 60, 96, 60, 96--

031 16 20 16

SP'f CDR SPT

E{ACK. 96. Seems to he a pretty regular motion.

Okay, that was 8 Charlie. Picking up on fram_ 9. Okay, we want 8 seconds of 2-second pairs. Starting to track. HACK. 21:ll coming up. Okay, nadir swath is starting. button. HACK. Okay, that worked real well. 12. Tracking. Coming HACK. 5L4BK. 190 SHUTT_ to MEDIUm4. 22:00 is next. up on 21:_5. Stand Going on to ll and No DAC, no push-

¢_Jl16 21 01

SPT PLT

031 16 21 ll

PLT

031 16 21 17

SPT SPT

CDR 031 16 21 hh 031 16 21 h5 SPT CDR PLT CDR 031 16 21 58 031 16 22 00 SPT CDR

by -

That's been a real loss. 22: 00. }L_CK. I_MRK. 19h MODE, I&_/_UAL. Stand by -

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• SPT SPT 031 16 22 33 SPT

Took care of ii and 12_ 13 and lh coming Tracking. HACK.

up.

031 16 22 46

SPT

HACK. Okay, that one was - I can't it's so bright. Coming up on 23:00. the nadir swath.

even see it,

CDR 031 16 22 58 PLT

Okay, terminate it run. MARK. EREP,

I'll Just let

031 16 23 00

CDR SPT CDH

STOP. - -

Okay we did the last one with a 1 second At 06. Stand by to STANDBY.

031 16 23 07 031 16 23 08

CDR CDR SPT

_[ARK. SCATTEROMETER MARK.

At 08, the RADIOMETER

was - was at STANDBY.

Okay, coming up to 15 and 16 at 8 and 2. That last one was 1 second. Stand by; starting to track. Are we over the ground? Yes. We're over.

CDR PLT CDR

All right, I'm going to go ahead and do the S190 magazine depletion while we got some - Oh, we're over land. HACK. All right, let's go ahead and deplete the film over these - over the ground here. Better yet, if we get some - The patches is when I ought to _ it. I_CK. Yes, you're Just on it now, Jerry. I ***

PLT 031 16 23 56 SPT CDB

031 16 2h i0

SPT PLT

__

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,CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

All right, S190 MODE

... - -

That last one was ... - ... it was okay. We're all 8 and 2 seconds. 99 with an INTF2VAL of 2.

We're getting for - I can't read it because my eyes are so dark adapted to the outside - or light adapted. l'm going to - 13, 14, 15, and 16 were okay. Okay. At 25. Okay, now we're coming up on ... at 41.

PLT SPT CDR SPT 031 16 24 39 CDR

EREP, START at 24:39. What we're doing is a S190 magazine depletion. We have broken clouds. ... TR when I went up there to check configuration. Was that a part of your configuration? I left in TR. PTT and TRs are in configuration there's magazine 3 depletion. Starting to track. HACK. HACK. Okay, we're getting - getting a lot of pictures of the ground. Okay, coming up on 19 and 20. ... 19 and 20. for - Okay,

CDR PLT

CDR

S_f 031 16 25 23 031 16 25 33 SPT SPT CDR

SPT CDR SPT

3636

•CDR

Getting cloud depleted. Tracking. HACK. Okay. }_CK.

cover_

some ground

cover.

Magazine

5

SPT 031 16 26 05 SPT CDR 031 16 26 16 SPT CDR

I'll go to EREP, tape. 21 and 22. HACK. HACK.

STOP

so we don't

use any more

SPT 031 16 26 h6 031 16 26 54 SPT SPT SPT

Starting

to track.

Okay, the last one was - I moved do_ to 1 second. Okay, so 22 was also at 4 seconds. 23, 24 coming up. I don't - I don't hear S190 doing anything more but - Starting to track. - - I got a READY light on and only two MALV lights on. HACK. Now I'm going HACK. Okay, to recycle the F/_EP switch.

CDR

SPT CDR

031 16 27 34

SPT CDR

031 16 27 h3

SPT CDR

25, 26 coming up. I hope. I've got all-

Okay, we're all through, six _,[ALF lights on. Tracking. HACK.

SPT 031 16 28 08 031 16 28 17 SPT SPT

HACK. That takes care of 25, 26; done well. 27_ 28 coming up.

_-

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•PLT SPT 031 16 28 38 SPT PLT

There

we go.

Tracking. HACK. Tulsa and Phoenix ... right under. I had a beautiful view. I had the camera all set up and I had a good chance to look at it and it was free ... 2 is depleted. ... Okay, CX49 on our way to SOLAR is reading 15. 190 MODE to STANDBY. INERTIAL.

031 16 30 53

CDR PLT CDR SPT CDR

Number i is depleted. 192 MODE to STANDBY.

SPT CDR SPT

It really was a good S063 day; lots of good data. We're not hot mike anymore, Ed.

Okay, just went down to zero on the new - new high speed film and we gave them a few extra sets. Theyall looklikegooddata. Real great, Ed. Thank you very much.

031 16 31 53

CC CDR

Dick, I set up the tape depletion to be done over South America, and I think I might have had an operator glitch. I'm not sure, but I showed 3 and 5 FILM ADVANCEMALFUNCTIONS, indicating they were depleted. Then the whole sequence stopped. I went back to STANDBY and then, a little while ago, went back to AUTO again and finished up the depletion sequence. Okay, Jerry. Thank you. 35 percent.

CC 031 16 32 56 CDR

Okay, Bravo 7 is reading 35 percent; S192 DOOR going to CLOSE, now. Going off - RECORDER, OFF.

031 16 33 14

CDR

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031 16 41 45" SPT

SPT at 16:h2_ S063 ops. I believe you got most of it on tape already. However, I'll try to tell you where it seemed a little off nominal. Frames 7 and 8: I believe frame 7 was taken at 8 seconds rather than 16. And there was also a problem with filters in there, which I mentioned, and I cannot recall exactly which one I did not have the correct filter for. However, at the end - that is, at the end of that period of eight exposures - I did give you some more sets, I believe; six more exposures, which, as far as I can recall, were all done properly. The remainder of the tracking I think went pretty well, for 9 through 28. And anything - any off nominal any - out of the ordinary - that is, not done as specified by the pad - was mentioned on tape. I did not really have time to make notes this time, but most everything went real well. I think I finally reached a level of proficiency that I'm ready to fly.

SPT

03116 43 05 SPT 031 16 44 21 SPT

SPTout. Additional comment for S063. We came out one tape too many on frames which was used for tracking. So that was good to work with during the tracking. SPT out. This is the CDR at 16:57 Zttlu. E_EP tape remaining, 3.0 centimeters. CDR out. PLT - time is 16:58 - with the sIg0A m_gazine count: 0187, 9526, 0404, 0392, 3940, 5661. PLT out.

031 16 h4 31 031 16 57 13

SPT CDR

031 16 57 19 031 16 57 36

CDR PLT

031 16 58 06

PLT

TIME 031 18 41 54 CDR

SKIP

This is the CDE at 18:hl Zulu. Subject is Earth observation handheldphotography. At 8 - From the period 18:05 to 18:12 we passed over the mouth of the Rio de la Plata. And I got the -

3639

had the IR camera handy. And I took about i0 photos in IR of the confluence of the Falkland Current and the South Equatorial Current. We started right at the interface between the red water of the Rio Parana and the green water in the - in the bay. And then I worked out progressively to the southeast. And I tried to tie each photograph to the one before. I tried to make use of clouds and land mass - land - bits of land mass to try to orient the photographs. And I took them all at 8 - f/8 with a 55-millimeter lens, 1/500. And they're pretty - Well, they pretty well cover a distance that goes out - I think about 1000 - 800 to 1000 miles southeast of Montevideo and Buenos Aires. 031 18 43 ll CDE I - I found something rather significant which I thought was rather interesting. And that is, if you'll remember the sketches I drew for the TV thing I did, I showed the confluence of these two and I showed some little eddies, and then I showed the whole area moving out to the southeast the mixture of the two currents. Well, what I found looking today, the - the difference - the color contrast, the color definition, wasn't quite as clear today as it was yesterday. But I did see that these two currents meet and then go to the southeast. But I noticed also a huge eddy peel off to the south and heads back south again and Joins up again with some more Falkland Current and heads inland. I would say that's probably 200 - 300 miles, long; maybe - yes, it may be more like 200 miles. So essentially what you have is a current coming down from the northeast, one coming up from the southwest ; they meet and kind of head out to the southeast, but then an eddy peels off the south side of this thing - a great big gyro or eddy and - and it's a clockwise rotation and mixes with the Falkland Current a little bit to the south and gets gyred or - or rotated back into the area of the confluence that - that is ._ust off the bay of Rio de la Plata. And if these IR pictures are worth a nickel, they should show that pretty well for us. 031 18 44 49
r

031 18 44 03

CDR

CDR

CDR out.

361,0

_-.

TIME

SKIP

031 20 00 29

SPT

SPT at 20:00, debriefing the ATM pass which began at 19:06. It was all a straightforward pass; so I gave some extras in there. 56 got a 25-minute exposure in FILTER 5, and 52 got a building block or a quickie. ROLL was 5400. SPT out.

32

031 20 01 16

SPT

TIME

SKIP

031 23 08 15

SPT

SPT at 23:08. M487-3 Echo, foot restraint ev_luation. Well, I tried the large mushroom for Just about the total day here. And m_ evaluation is, according to your point, first of all, ease of engaging. I found it very easy to engage the triangle shoes or, I should say, the mushrooms in the floor grid. Not much easier than the triangles, now that I've gotten use to the triangles. But still you usually get a hook in, then get a location. However, the big drawback that I see is the difficulty a - of having them remain engaged that is, while you start working, unless you hold any kind of pressure against it, one way or the other you sort of get a friction around the shoe here at the floor - or that you're always forcing the triangle or the mushroom up against the grid, your foot comes out. And I find this - this kind of to,_b to work with and kind of annoying. Also, slows down your work pace once you're at a given station. Which type of restraint would I prefer? If - I prefer the triangle. I've gotten used to it and I have not tried the mushroom for a long period of time. Maybe I'd get to know its in ins and outs after a little while. But the real advantage I see to the triangle, once you learn how to insert in the grid, which - I can do quite easily now - Just look at a spot and put _ foot there in the triangle hole; it seems3 Just like an autcmatic reflex now - once you got your triangle in there, it stays there. And you

-

031 23 09 35

SPT

36hi

can very easily disengage it, too, when required. In either installing and removing the cleats, I found taking them off to be no real problem. But I used the large pliers on the wing nuts to make sure that they were on good and tight. And I used the large pliers at the base of the mushrooms also to tighten them up. And they' re fairly easy things to put on and off. I would not want to do it many times a day if I had that chore coming up. But it can be done fairly quickly and not in a time-consnm_ng way at all. Another thing for the M487 folks is, the other day I did have a maintenance task and that was fixing the MARK I exerciser. And I was going to take it up to the screen, but it turned out, to unbolt that thing from the floor - Well, it turned out to be more problems than it was worth; so I ended up doing the repair Job right down there where it was, right next to the floor. 031 23 l0 52 SPT And essentially the way I did it was - the way we - I've talked about it before. I had around three strips of tape about l0 inches long right out along the M509 bottles, right on the rack that holds them. And I put washers, bolts, everything I had to take out of there. And it held all the tools, which included screwdrivers and a knife and a pair of pliers and a whole host of host of other little _m_ll things. And I did it all right down there and Just had myself laying para - horizontal to the floor. Didn't have to put very many large forces on it. Had to move around at a - quite a bit. And I found it quite easy to do it that way. So a portable ex surface, I think, is a very useful thing to have. One thing we have that I've also noticed, talking about movable surfaces, is, working at the scientific airlock - and I keep coming to this - especially working in S063, you sure need a little writing surface there which would be right next to you, about chest high or so. 031 23 12 02 SPT Or if you had a little clipboard which would be able to hold the pad which you had to work with, in this case S063, which had 20 some-odd exposures in one orbit and 18 in another and we had to mark them off and follow them as we went and do it

36_2

rather quickly. was that - PiT 031 2B 12 _0 SPT ... recording?

One of the problems

I encountered

I was interrupted and I got to get back into the train of thought here. One of the problems in doing S063 is that the light that's coming in from the - while you're doing the ozone photography, completely necks down the pupil of your eye so you can't see hardly anything inside. You got to look back at the pad or the checklist or whatever you're following and you can't see a blamed thin_. What we need is to have the - a portable restraint or a portable platform which you could move over so the light would shine on that also. Unfortunately, the S06B people want all the lights off in the background so they don't get any glare. And that really slows you down. l've had to use flashlight-in-the-mouth routine or a flashlight taped to something else in order to make it work. And I'm sure there's a much better way. We need Just a little podium or a little platform which could be put on the floor or the triangles. And maybe we'd run an extension tube, if you like, down it. So you can mA_e it any height you wanted to, telescoping, and work with that. SPT out.

031 23 13 02

SPT

031 2B l_ 05

SPT

TIME

SKIP

0B1 23 50 _6

CDR

This is the CDR at 23:50 Zulu. The subject is housekeeping 71 Bravo, fire extinguisher test. The extinguisher was fired into the plenum bag, and it took B0 seconds for the extinguisher to completely discharge. The consistency of the foam was very much like a very light shaving lather and very small, tiny bubbles. And if you did not allow the foam to stack up too close to the nozzle, it actually came out of the nozzle like strings of spaghetti. And then it coalesced about B feet away fr_n the nozzle, and then built up into great big bundles of foam.

36h3

031 23 51 32

CDR

When you stuck the nozzle down into the fosm, then it Just made great big bubbles of foam; a very fine consistency. You could put your hand in it, and it felt Just slightly slick and soapy. And the reaction of the foam on the bag, it the first reaction was to wet the bag, and then it stuck to the bag very nicely. And you'll be able to see on the movies that we could shake the foam free of the bag, but then it would re-adhere to the bag fairly easily.

031 23 52 i0

CDR

The volnme of the foam was about two-thirds of a bag full, and then when we shook it down a little bit, it went down to half a bag. And that's when I necked down the bag and we took pictures. That was about 2 minutes. About 5 minutes laterj the volume of the foam had Just about halved and was down as high as the first seam on the bag, which is about lh inches up from the bottom. As the foam aged, the bubbles became larger, and the bubbles are Just about completely gone now. We're down to probably 20 percent of the original volume, and the bubbles are quite large - on the order of 1/8 to 3/16 of an inch in diameter on the average, I would say. CDR out.

CDR __

031 23 53 05

CDR

###

DAY 032 (AM)
/--

3645

032 01 08 34

CDR

This is the CDR at 01:08 Zulu, reporting handhe handheld photography of Kohoutek, $233. I po I pointed the c_-mpra in accordance with instructions from the ground. That is, first normal to the window of the spacecraft, window n,_mher h, and then tilted it back about 20, 25 degrees toward the command module and took the pictures. Don't know how much good they're going to be to you, because the Sun - the Moon was up and casting a lot of light on the bottom side of the solar panels and on a strut which goes right by the window. I can't help but think that the photography is pretty much degraded by Just a lot of scattered light from the Moon. However, you have three 180-second exposures taken; started on time. And I think I did see the comet with the binoculars. It' s extremely faint. And that makes me even more inclined to think that you probably will not see it on the f_lm because of all the light and the fact that the comet is indeed so faint.

032 01 09 h9 032 01 14 15

CDR PLT

CDR out. This is the PLT. The time is Ol:15. I wish to make a correction for the status report on day 30. I reported taking two Actifed; in fact, I only took one. I didn't have another one down here. I didn't Want to go up to the command module and find it in the evening. I have taken two on day 31, as reported. PLT out.

032 01 14 37

PLT

TIME

SKIP

032 02 18 04

CDR

This is the CDR at 02:17 Zulu. And I have initiated the AVC support, Alfa Victor Charlie. I put it on the vent valve or the vent line that goes from the LBNP. CDR out.

032 02 18 18

CDR

TIME

SKIP

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032 02 _7 13. CDR

This is CDR at 02:h7 Zulu. The subject is Mh87-3 Echo, foot restraint evaluation. I tried the mushroom cleats today for a while, and I found them very easy to engage. Also extremely easy to disengage; in fact, they were so easy they were a pain. In some of the cases, I found that they were not easy to en - disengage. To be more specific, I found that once engaged, that you had to keep a constant foot muscle foot-and-leg-muscle tension going or you would come out of the - the mushroom again. You would drift back out, which was a bother that made them rather useless, I thought. I found, also, that any time I wanted to move on I have gotten so used to using the triangles that I would rotate _ foot and try to pull it up. ... wrong with the mushroom. Of course, rotating the mushroom doesn't do anything ... does nothing for you, and you end up with your foot still locked in. And I almost twisted an ankle by stepping off in my usual manner, as if - as if I had a triangle on, and finding out that my foot was still anchored after I'd already started moving m_body on. The difficulty of remaining engaged, like I said, is strictly a muscle thing; you have to keep your muscles tense or keep a strain on the mushroom all the time in order to hold it. Which type of foot restraint, triangle versus mushroom, is the best for which kinds of activity? Well, I think the triangle is better than the mushroom at all times. But I will frankly a_m_t that I've gotten used to the triangle and I'm very much prejudiced toward the triangle. I think it's a very fine foot restraint, and frankly, I can't think of anything any better. The only improvement that you could do on the triangle would be to have more triangle grid area available for use. Now that's - One advantage of the - of the mushroom is that it can go into places where you don't have a complete triangle available, Just the one apex. And as long as you can get your mushroom through the hole and into the apex, you have got a place to put the mushroom. And that's an advantage there.

032 02 h7 59

CDR

032 02 _8 h6

CDR

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032 02 49 33

CDR

Ease of installing and removing the cleats from the shoes? No problem. They're quite easy to install and remove. And adequacy of the restraint systems: I Just don't think they're adequate. And I think the triangle restraint is far superior. And I don't - I think after you get used to the triangle and learn to slide in, that I can - I can get locked in with my triangle Just as quick as I can with the mushrooms. And it's a secure lock; and I feel a whole lot better about it than I do with the mushroom on. I think the triangle shoe does require a little bit of training. You need to kind of develop your technique. But when you do develop it; I think it is by far the - the superior way of foot restraint.

032 02 50 20

CDR

The CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

032 03 34 43

CDR

This is the CDR at 03:30 Zulu reporting Earth observation handheld photography. At 02:31, I got a picture of Sakurajima in the southern part of Japan. It was an IR photo - Correction; it is not an IR photo. It was Charlie X-ray 49, not an IR photo. And it's frame number 2, taken at 4.5, 300-millimeter lens, i/i000. The smoke was blowing directly down the bay, which is about south-southeast in direction. And there was not a whole lot of smoke; fairly fine stream of it and not too much indication of a widespread pluming at the end of the smoke as we had before.

032 03 35 37

CDR

The next photos taken were with the IR photo. Charlie India 13 is the magazine number. At 03:20 1 got current in sunglint north and south of Merriwa, Australia. There are frames 18 through 20; f-stop 3_I and 4 - and 8, 55-millimeter lens, 1/500. And then at 03:30, as we came up to New Zealand, I was for the main part watching the Tasman Sea that - to look for any indications of current in that area. The Tasman Sea was completely clouded over all the way from Australia to New Zealand. However, out east of New Zealand the weather was clear. I got pictures of extensive coastal blooming near Christchurch, New

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Zealand. That's on IR picture number 21, Charlie X-ray 13, and taken at f/8, 1/250 - correction, 1/500. And then I took a picture of the current through the Cook Strait in sunglint and then another picture east of New Zealand, where you could see - about 150 to 200 miles east of New Zealand - where you could see excellent streaking of the plankton bloomings indicating the current out in that direction. This was frame number 22 and 23 of IR 13, taken at an f-stop of 8, 55-millimeter lens, 1/500. And then I followed quickly with a Charlie X-ray 56 picture of the same coastal blooming in Christchurch, New Zealand, just for photo comparison. That's frame number 65, Charlie X-ray 56, taken at f/8, 1/500. 032 03 37 28 CDR CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

032 ii 13 37

SPT

SPT at ii:13. PRD readings: _2974, 23541, 38108. M133 log, day 031; 8.7 hours; quality, good; remarks, number 3. Woke up i hour before normal get-up time and could not really go back to sleep c ompl et ely. SPT out.

032 ii 14 03

SPT

TIME

SKIP

032 ii 43 24

CDR

This is the CDR at ii:43 Zulu, with a message for the food and nutrition people. On mission day 75, which for me was an H-5 menu day, I indicated that ! was plus pears in my food deviations. I had put a can of pears in the chiller and was going to eat them before going to bed. And I Just found them, realizing I had forgotten them. And so if you would, please, back on mission day 75 delete the deviation of plus a can of pears and add that can of pears to my mission day menu 78, which is menu H-4. CDR out.

032 ii 44 06

CDR

TIME SKIP

_-_

,_

_

36h9

032 13 45 05

-SPT

SPT at 13:h5, debriefing the JOP 13 pass which began at 12:25. The initial maneuver went fine. When we got out there to find Canopus, two things: One is, it was quite a bit off of where we had originally intended it. Secondly, it was a blunder on my part in that we spent about the first 2 minutes looking for it without having the 52 switch in the TV position. After I did that and hit SI, stopped again I reinitialized everything. I found myself at - looking at Canopus at about X of plus 70 and a Y of minus 30 or so, which puts me on the pylon. I then maneuvered - maneuvered it over to about - to about minus 100. During that maneuver we had a gimbal on a stop and we got minus X went - when we went out there - about minus 140 or so in X - and then slowly And that took heck of a long time. came back.

032 13 46 34

SPT

Then we finally maneuvered in there and got it going, but all of that - I did a couple of maneuvers in there to try to locate it while I had the MIRROR in the T aim position - or in the CAMERA position. And that chewed up a little bit of time, and then the gimbal on the stop chewed up a little more time. The net result was we - we did get behind. We moved over then - once I got it right to the center, initialized the strapdown - moved over to Gamma Vel, and on the way over, just as it was coming in, I noticed it coming in from the side, from the minus-X, minus-Y quadrant. So then I let it go all the way in. I initialized; I think it went to the ATTITUDE HOLD right there. Data maneuver in - from that position, trying to take into account the plus 3 in Y that you have to add for a 55 OFFSET. Then we maneuvered in, started the experiments; then initialized the strapdown and then got SOLAR INERTIAL. That took - that got the experiments going at 27; 13:27. We added an extra 4 minutes onto the end; so we went to 38. So that means we got ll minutes worth of exposures, as opposed to 19, which is considerably less than what we got; but at least we found it, got something on it. When you start maneuvering around to look at some things in those - in the TV, it Just - and especially in the - I found in JOP 18D, and now in these, it just takes longer

032 13 47 48

SPT

r

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than we'd been scheduled for. And unfortunately, the momentum situation Just won't let us sit out here forever. 032 13 49 03 SPT 56 got their LONG EXPOSURE of, well, ll minutes; the same for 5h. I could not see anything at all on 55. And we did get the 127-second exposure for 52. Right now I'm in the middle of a maneuver back and maneuver rate looks good. Gimbals look good. I anticipate no major problems. SPT out.

032'13 49 30

SPT

TIME

SKIP

032 14 50 04

SPT

SPT at 14:50 debriefing the ATM pass which began at around 14:10. ... We were just able to get the building blocks 1A and IB in. Sequence started according to plan and we finished up Just slightly below 400 K with the X-ray and white light coronagraph instruments. SPT out.

CDR SPT

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032 lh 50 43

SPT

TIME

SKIP

032 15 49 36

CDR

This is the CDR at 15:49 Zulu. removed from the LBNP 90-degree 15:40 Zulu. CDR out.

The AVC was fitting at

032 15 _9 _4

CDR

TIME

SKIP

032 16 h0 09

PLT

Okay, we had a little conflict in tape recorder use there. Alfa 2 is reading 55; Alfa 3 is reading 86; Alfa h is reading 91; Alfa 5 is reading 40; Alfa 6 is reading full-scale low. Bravo l,

5-

I-

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032 16 43 25

'PLT

Oh, boy! Ed killed the recorder. All my stuff that I thought I was putting on tape .... What happened? Ed - Ed was doing a TV Oh - And - No, Bill, I didn't do it. Okay; well, maybe we got it on there. Maybe it was Just blinking. Well, that's tough luck for them. They shouldn't have a system like this, for crying out loud. I put all the data on tape. Had a record light and then the record light was out the last time I looked; so I don't know whether you got your data or not. It - We've had a blinking light; we've had lights that are steady. So I talked when I was supposed to, and if it's not on tape, it's - sorry about that. I can see this How's that? Sure hasn't started out too good. (Laughter) I've had to recheck Hang in there. Okay, preoperate configuration pad. TAPE RECORDER, ON and the READY is on. 92, ON; READY out; CHECK; DOOR, OPEN. 91, ON; READY out. Stand *** okay. COOLER is ON and the door is open. 190, ON; READY out; STANDBY; door, open. And let's see; unlatch the door if you would, please. I haven't forgotten that thing. Okay. Okay. Okay, it's unlatched. 93 RAD to STANDBY; SCAT, OFF; both READY everything. is not going to be a very good day.

CDR PLT CDR PLT SPT PLT

032 16 _4 32

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

032 16 44 5B

PLT

032 16 _5 15

CDR PLT

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_.

lights out. ALTIMETER, OFF; READY out. 94, ON; READY on. I've got T minus i0 actua - on tapeg but I'm - I'm afraid I didn't get them. I think they changed after T minus 10, so I'm not sure it does any good to give them now. I'll go ahead and give them over. 032 16 45 58 CDR Well, I was under the impression that what they were looking for at T minus l0 was the one - the one before they change - or after they changed. Oh, is that right? That 's - that 's what I thought. I guess that's right. then they were - You do those checks and

PLT CDR PLT

032 16 46 09 032 16 46 ll

CDR PLT CDR

And mine have all been changing late. Okay, SCAT to STANDBY. I've had to do them twice about every time. Okay, Alfa 2 is reading 55; Alfa 3 reading 86; Alfa 4 reading 92; Alfa 5 reading 40; Alfa 6 reading full-scale low. Bravo 2 is reading 54 ; Bravo 3 is reading 79; Bravo 4 is reading 91; Bravo 5 is reading 56; Bravo 6 reading 50; Bravo 7, 50; Bravo 8, about 1 percent; Bravo 9 is 57. Charlie 2, 57; Charlie 3, 88; Charlie 4, 53; Charlie 5, 83; Charlie 6, 47; Charlie 7, 52; Cb_rlie 8, 20. Delta 2, reading 58; Delta 3, reading 82; Delta 4, reading 46; Alfa 5, reading 14; Delta 6 is 46; Delta 7, 51; and Delta 8, full-scale low. Charlie 7
on a -

032 16 46 15

PLT

032 16 47 06

PLT

PLT 032 16 49 00 PLT

Standing by for 49. MARK. EREP, START. 49. Waiting for 49:06.

032 16 49 06

PLT

MARK. SCAT, ON; RAD, ON. 194, MODE to MANUAL. Got a good TAPE MOTION light.

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032 16 50 36

PLT

***kay, I'm getting GIMBAL light.

an intermittent

RAD/SCAT,

032 16 52 16

CDR PLT CDR

Okay, we're nadir swathing. Sure got a lot of picsYes.

*** it's quite black. of those nadirs.

pictures

This is a no-DAC, no-data type nadir.

032 16 52 40

CDR

Kind of slither into it without really knowing you're doing it. Well, if there's an ex tropical you couldn't prove it by me. cyclone down there,

032 16 53 17

CDR

032 16 55 ii

PLT

Ed, ETC POWER, ON in about 1 minute. at 5 - 56. Skylab, Houston. utes. Roger, Dick. Standing by for 56:43 for 190. Okay, ETC POWER is ON. to AUTO. Okay. Stand by MARK. AUTO.

Coming up

032 16 55 19

CC

We're AOS stateside for 15 min-

CDR PLT 032 16 56 25 PLT

At 57, ETC will be going

CC PLT 032 16 56 44 PLT

190 MODE, AUTO. 15 seconds for ETC to There go the three MALF lights.

CDR

Well, you can hear them clunking though. Clouds are breaking up right now. Another minute to go on this nadir swath. Cutting a wide swath through the North Pacific. Not - not too wide, though. 60 miles? No, I - Oh - oh, was - 191 there is pretty pretty narrow.

PLT CDR PLT

3651,

•CDR 032 16 5? _5 PLT PLT CDR 032 16 58 01 PLT CDR 032 16 58 03 PLT

Yes, I gUess it is. Stand by for 58. Stand by Okay, MARK. cc_ing up on - SCAT, OFF - clouds. CROSSTRACK CONTIGUOUS;

- - coastal

MARK. RAD, OFF; 193 MODE, POLARIZATION to i.

CDR

Across a city, and I'm sweeping we're breaking out. Very good. ahead of us.

out ahead, and Looks good out

PLT

Okay, 58:30, 192 MODE going to READY; and I'll turn it OFF at 59:36 - to the CHECK, rather. MARK. MARK. Looking MODE to READY. And 15:36; stand by -

032 16 58 32 032 16 58 37

PLT PLT CDR PLT

SCAT, ON, and RAD, ON. for Red Lake at 59: 32. at 59:26.

ETC will be going to STANDBY And here comes Lake Mead

032 16 58 50

CDR CDR CDR

into view.

Like advertised. Okay, I'm going to slip in a little lower-EldoradoValley data here. Stand by MARK. STANDBY. Waiting for 59:36;

PLT 032 16 59 26 032 16 59 32 PLT PLT

MARK. READY out on the 190. I'm going to CHECK on 192.

CDR

Okay, I'm going - I'm Just - -

f.

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032 16 59 _3 •PLT CDR

S190

MODE to STANDBY. Eldorado Valley data to

- - getting all their 30 degrees - Frame 99.

PLT CDR 032 16 59 59 CDR PLT CDR PLT 032 17 00 23 PLT

- - and then I'll whip up to Red Lake. We're Okay, on Red Lake. 17:00:23, Zooming in. to AUTO.

S190 going data

And we're

getting

at 45 degrees.

Stand by MARK. AUTO. MARK. Okay, 190 MODE to AUTO. And at 30, Ed, ETC to

032 17 00 30

PLT CDR

RTC to AUTO. Kathrine Playa is next at 01:02.

f-

PLT CDR PLT 032 17 01 05 PLT

All right. That's the end of that. 01:05 coming up next. Stand by going to need RAD

MARK. SCAT to STANDBY. to STANDBY. ... 193 ANGLE, MARK. R; looks

We're

CDR PLT 032 17 01 21 PLT CDR 032 17 01 51 CC

pretty.

01:30;

stand

by -

SCAT,

ON and BAD, ON.

And data.

Started data at 28 degrees.

Skylab, Houston. There's a potential we might get a gimbal on a stop here and get a outer grim gimbal drive logic initiated. No action required by you; Just letting you know.

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032 17 02 01 ,PLT CDR PLT CDR CC CDR 032 17 02 14 CDR PLT 032 17 02 50 PLT

MARK.

REFERENCE, you.

2.

Okay, thank Roger. Just

so it doesn't

do what

it did last time.

You bet - A little bit of water in Kathrine Playa. Okay, DATA pushbutton Standing by for 02: 50. off.

MARK. POLARIZATION to 4 on 193. And I need a VTS AUTO CAL in about 5 seconds, Jer. Okay. Give you on my MARK. You got it. VTS AUTO CAL. Sorry warning on that. Oh, that 's okay. 03:31. Okay, and waiting for 03:30. you better be there this time. I didn't give you more

CDR PLT 032 170301 PLT 032 17 03 02 CDR PLT

CDR PLT CDR 032 17 03 24 CDR

Okay, you volcano,

Okay, we got the lower Eldorado Valley first, then Red Lake, and then Kathrine Playa. We're in good shape. MARK. 3:30. S190 ALTIMETER to STANDBY.

032 17 03 30 032 17 03 36

PLT CC

And, PLT, Houston. While we got about a minute here before your next switch, we have rechecked all the pads. There is a partial powerdown at that point you mentioned. But we went through all the pads, and if you just follow the pads themselves today, the powerdown should go real good.

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•PLT PLT CDR PLT

Okay. I guess you have that on your pad, Jer. What ' that ? s You get - You pick up - I pick up the ca - the lunar cal; you come over and get on the C&D, right? Yes. That's right. That's about

032 17 04 19

CDR PLT

Oh, it's got to be on yours then. what it is. What's on mine?

CDR 032 17 04 23 PLT

The partial powerdown. I got a special EREP, VTS CALI come up and do later on; that's after eating. Oh, yes, there's of my a special procedure at the end.

CDR

-

PLT CDR 032 17 04 46 032 17 04 48 PLT PLT

Stand by for 4:_5. Okay, we're coming up on Tampico. MARK. SCAT to STANDBY. CROSSTRACK to 5. NONCONTIGUOUS. There it is.

MARK. RAD to STANDBY. LEFT or L; POLARIZATION

CDR PLT 032 17 05 05 032 17 05 06 PLT PLT CDR

A little DAC film of Tampico. Stand by for 05:05. MARK. MARK. SCAT, ON. RAD, ON. Waiting for 05:41, 91 READY.

Okay, I'm taking some DAC film of sun glitter and coastal blooming right along the coast of Mexico here. I don't have a READY light. to get a 191 READY on. 05:_0, I'm supposed

PLT

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032 17 05 55 •CDR

Okay, we've got, oh, broken to overcast right around this part of Mexico. Okay, Dick, I did not get that 191 READY light on at 05:_0; and my question is, do I go ahead and select REFERENCE, 6? Stand by. Okay, we're coming up on that long, slender lake. PLT, Houston. mark, please. Roger. MARK. Okay. I still don't have the 191 READY on. Roger. The first time we've really bombed out on that one. Which one was that? 191 READY light. Oh. " REFERENCE, 6; 06:32. Go ahead to REF, 6. Give us a

PLT

032 17 06 13

CC CDR

032 17 06 28

CC

PLT 032 17 06 32 PLT CDR PLT CC 032 17 06 45 PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT 032 17 07 00 032 17 07 02 PLT PLT PLT

Stand by for 7 minutes. MARK. MARK. SCAT to STANDBY. BAD to STANDBY; and then RAD goes to OFF. check

Okay, we're coming up on a big ALTIMETER here. Stand by MARK. light. ALTIMETER's ON. Okay, waiting I do have a READY for 08:15.

PLT 032 17 07 20 PLT

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f_ • CDR Okay, don't I am in the area see it especially. of S_tlaquito, but I

CDR 032 17 07 50 PLT

*** go ahead and take a little data here. Have an ALTIMETER UNLOCK, but I still have the READY light. Okay, now I'm going to try to go for - ... Okay, going to STANDBY on the ALTIMETER, that was at 56. There's my little lake. is Acat enango. Waiting for 09. MARK. ALTIMETER back ON. Waiting for 08:15. and

CDR 032 17 07 56 PLT

CDR

And just beyond the lake

PLT 032 17 08 09 PLT CDR PLT
1-

Well, we've Stand by MARK.

got clouds over Acatensa_go.

032 17 08 15

PLT CDR

192 MODE to AUTO.

Acatenango. Oh, yes, that's a beauty. All sorts of lava all down the flanks. All right, now going for Fuego. Fuego is also a beauty. looking for Pacaya now. Okay,

CDR PLT 032 17 08 59 032 17 09 00 CDR PLT CDR PLT

That's

a little tougher.

Stand by There. MARK. ••• And the ALTIMETER UNLOCK - READY light went out again. I'm going to STANDBY, and I'll leave it in STANDBY. I'm going to MODE, 5. FRAME 72. Okay, I got two out of four of them for sure. 9 minutes and 192 MODE to CHECK.

032 17 09 21

CDR

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•PLT CC

That's good. That sounds great. Vanguard at 17:20. Stand by for 09:h0. MARK. ALTIMETER, ON at 9 plus 40. We're 45 seconds from LOS.

PLT 032 17 09 40 PLT CDR PLT

There 's something. Just got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light ; that was at

o9:58.
CDR PLT Bay of Fonseca. Still have a READY light. finish my 190 sequence. Okay, at 10:18, I should

032 17 l0 20

PLT

There we go. Okay, it was 2 seconds late. MODE to STANDBY. FRAME to 63. And don't change the INTERVAL .... *** 6. Okay, we're at 10:36. Stand by MARK. MODE to AUTO.

032 17 l0 38

PLT PLT CDR PLT CDR

Okay, and I lost my READY light at ll:02. Okay. We're turning the ALTIMETER, OFF for 15 seconds.

I was supposed to be giving you a nadir swath here, and I was looking out ahead. Okay, got the nadir swath going at ll. Sorry about that. MARK. light. Turning ALTIMETER back ON. I have a READY

032 17 ll 18

PLT

CDR

Okay, I see some - About all Just splotches down there of than the - than the sunglint I think what it really is is Clouds are scattered

I can call them is a little darker blue I see on the ocean. cloud shadows. in general.

CDR

to broken

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032 17 12 47 •PLT

Okay, I got the UNLOCK light; now I'm going to STANDBY again on the ALTIMETER. Man, that thing is really going off - off and on. Ye s. Try it again for a short burst here before 13:20.

CDR PLT 032 17 13 15 032 17 13 21 PLT PLT

Okay, I have the READY light. MARK. ALTIMETER to - to STANDBY. And RANGE, 70. Okay, at 13 MODE to 2.

PLT

Okay, ON - go ON. And I got out of sequence there cycling on the OFF and ON. STANDBY to READY or STANDBY to ON. And we have a READY light. Now we've got an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at 13:54.

032 17 14 05

PLT CDR PLT

Still have a READY light on the 193. Coasting down the Andes. Okay, just lost it at 14:16; going OFF for 15 goingSTANDBY for 15 seconds. Okay, terminating the nadir swath. Got an

032 17 14 42 032 17 14 59

CDR PLT

Okay, coming back ON with the ALTIMETER. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at 15 :ii. Now the clouds are getting quite heavy. Okay. Okay, ... is hanging in there.

CDR CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT

SOLAR INERTIAL in 1 minute. Okay. 17 : 17. And I'm still going to be taking pictures we're doing that. So - Okay. as

CDR

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032 17 16 02 • PLT

That's the way they want it. 16, S194 MODE, MANUAL; and at 16:40, Ed, ETC to STANDBY. And I got the - lost the READY light on the ALTIMETER again. Going to STANDBY. Okay, the maneuver time is in. to go to SI. About 30 seconds

032 17 16 19

PLT

032 17 16 24

PLT

PLT

So I guess I'm just going to leave the S - 93 on STANDBY. 16:40 on my mark, Ed; ETC to STANDBY. MARK. 16:_0; ETC to STANDBY. 190 READY, And ALTIMETER's out, 16:55.

032 17 16 41

PLT

already at STANDBY. *** monitor. 032 17 16 56 032 17 17 01 PLT CDR PLT MARK.

Right on schedule.

SOLAR INERTIAL. Okay, S190 at 17 minutes, MODE to STOP. And instead of MODE to STANDBY, I'm going to go 190 FRAMES to 99. TAPE RECORDER POWER, OFF. 190, MODE to AUTO. It is. What'd I turn off. Okay. And - STANDBY; MODE, AUTO; EREP, START. Didn't hear that 190 - Oh, there we go. Yes. Still clanking away.

CDR PLT

Okay. BeautifUl. Okay; forgot to go to STANDBY on that. Okay, then everything worked out all right. We got 17:17. And there was about an 8-second pause in there. I did not get started right on 17 on S190. I don't imagine you expected that, really. Okay, at 17:28, EREP to STOP. We're just taking all kinds of pictures down here, probably at sort of oblique angles. Yes. Andes are a little cloudy today.

CDR 032 17 19 28 CDR

Okay, we're going to be coming out north of Montevideo. We'll be north of that confluence. Pretty cloudy all over down there? Well, it's - it's going to scattered now, but scattered to broken. And it's - it's been cloudy the whole way.

PLT CDR

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• PLT 032 17 19 48 CC CDR CC

That's too bad. Skylab, Houston. Hi, Dick. Vanguard for i0 minutes.

We're on our way back to SI.

Roger, Jer. Looks like - Sounded like that was a pretty good pass over the States there. I was hope - wanted to ask Bill one question and that was - I heard him mention that he got a red - READY light after he reported the 191 READY light did not come on, but I didn't know whether that was ALTIMETER or 191. Did he ever see the 191 READY light again? Negative. Yes, I don't have one over here either. Okay, thank you much. When did we do that AUTO CAL?

032 17 20 19

PLT CDR CC

032 17 20 31

CDR PLT CDR

At 3 minutes past. Oh, shoot. I'ii bet our 191 data that I took on those volcanoes isn't any good if we didn't get a READY light. I don't know. I - That's why I was making the cogent to ground. Did they want me to go ahead and go to REFERENCE, 6. I had - I configured the switches and everything for nominal. If it's an indication error, then we're in - we're in business. If it's in fact equipment problem, yes, you're right. Darn volcanoes aren't clear that

032 17 20 46

PLT

CDR

That's a shame. often. Yes, Dick,

032 17 21 19

CDR CC

the hunting

was

real good

over the U.S.

Roger that, and we concur with your comments about whether it was an indication or hardware problem. We're thinking about it still. You want us to cycle the power on that or something?

CDR

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032 17 21 hl" CC CDR PLT

Not right now, Jerry. Okay.

We're

still talking.

Also, Just for a comment, but 193 was also acting up pretty much today, and I was having to cycle from ON to STANDBY quite a few times there. Okay. Okay. I got Montevideo on the screen here. Oh, boy, the Rio Parana is really pouring out lots of red silt and the old Atlantic Ocean just isn't Well, it's accepting it, but, boy, there's there's.a - a very sharp line of demarcation between the red silt of the Rio Parana there in the Rio de le Plata Bay and the blue of the ocean. Wonder if that silt is being forced way down deep; it's going on out on the bottom. Yes, it's sort of a It looks Yes. On a narrow - you know, a narrow-necked something, on a pipette? Yes. 0nly it's inverted. got this meniscus. And it - The bay just has straw or like a meniscus. _

CC 032 17 21 59 CDR

CDR

PLT 032 17 22 40 CDR PLT CDR

PLT CDR

032 17 22 52

CDR

Okay. We're coming up on the coastline now. Let's see if we can see a little bit of - South Equaterial - Equatorial Current blooming. You looking Yes. We're for the Falkland now? a little too far north of Montevideo if

PLT 032 17 23 03 CDR

to see the Falkland. I think we'll be lucky we see any of the confluence of the two. 032 17 23 19 CDR Say, what bank is that? the visible bank? Is that the IR bank

or

f_

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•PLT CDR

I think

it's the IR - h, 5, and 6.

Right here is where we could use the IR film, out here over the water. Well, these cameras are all working, Yes. But for how long? Jerry.

PLT CDR PLT CDR 032 17 23 40 PLT CDR PLT CDR 032 17 23 46 CC

Oh, they're going to be working until 28. Oh, are they? 5 more minutes. Oh, great. Well, 4 minutes - 4 minutes and 20 seconds.

Going to get some - Skylab, Houston. (Cough) Skylab, Houston; for the - Skylab, Houston; for the SPT. Just a reminder; the EREP cal maneuver number l's coming up in about a minute. Okay. I want to take a quick look and see if I can Is the pad there? Whenever you're difference. Well South Equatorial Current is not very plain to see. However, there's a lot of good coastal blooming. Go ahead and take a little DAC of the coastal blooming. That's off Porto Alegre. ready, Bill. Doesn't make any

PLT

CDR 032 17 24 25 CDB

PLT CDR

032 17 25 19

CDR

I don't know. Maybe it's all that cold water from the Antarctic area moving up north, but it's -the Falkland Current is really very, very brightly colored compared to any other currents we've seen.

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South Equatorial and the Humboldt and the New Zealand Currents are all very subdued green compared to the green of the Falkland Current. PLT, Houston; if you get a chance, I wonder if you would give us a readout on Bravo 7 and al and also check panel 202, the two 191 circuit breakers. I'll check them for you. Okay. And Bravo 7 is reading 54.

032 17 25 45

CC

CDR PLT CC 032 17 26 15 CDR CC CDR 032 17 26 33 PLT

Thank you. They're all in, Dick. Thank you. They're closed, I guess. Okay, we Just let's see. I that that was that out real lost a READY light here on 190. And have an indication on my pad, Dick, supposed to run until 28. You check quicklike?

CC

Yes - yes. That was the time that I read you. I'll check it again. Standby. Just lost a READY light and - Okay, I see what's wrong. I had selected 89 instead of 99. There's there's a - a lot of slop in the knob. I'm going to reinitiate. Okay, Bill. There we go. We're running again.

032 17 26 54

PLT

CC 032 17 27 25 PLT CC

Bill, Houston. We're quite willing to go ahead and stop the 190 per the pad I read you at 17:28. That's right now; so you can save a little time getting prepared for the upcoming cal. Okay. All right.

032 17 28 06 032 17 28 20

PLT PLT

Okay, going MODE, STANDBY and EREP to STOP. And, Jerry, I guess we could trade places now and I will start getting ready for the cal.

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032 17 29 13 "CC

Skylab, Houston; at 17:48. Roger, Dick.

i minute to LOS.

Tananarive

CDR 032 17 29 43 CDR

Okay. We still

Okay. S190 READY light is out again. don't have all of our MALF lights. No, I didn't run it to depletion. Did you - -

PLT CDR PLT

If you - -

- - if you want to watch it, there's nothing wrong with reinitiating it. Go to MODE, AUTO on 190 - Yes, I know how to do that, but I'm wondering They do want it run to depletion, right? It'll be on your pad. I - I probably last EREP. assumed that because this is the

032 17 30 01

CDR

PLT CDR
/

CDR PLT CDR 032 17 30 30 PLT PLT

No, we got some more

190 going.

No, it's - Leave it alone. All right. No, that's right. We've got to do the EREP cal. don't indicate

Those - those MALF lights there depletion. They're erroneous. Okay. All right. Ready verification.

CDR 032 17 30 48 032 17 31 50 CDR CDR

....

Okay. Here comes the preoperation configuration. TAPE RECORDER is ON; READY is on. 92 is ON; the READY is out; MODE is CHECK; the DOOR is OPEN. 91 is ON; we don't have a READY on_ that's the problem. The COOLER is ON and the door is open. 90 is ON; the READY is out; we're in STANDBY; and the door is open. RADIOMETER is in STANDBY; READY is out. SCATTEROMETER is OFF; the READY is out. ALTIMETER is OFF with a READY out. 94 is ON witha READY on.

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032 17 34 26

.PLT

Ed, what kind of maneuver time did we have? You recall? I was Just wondering when this thing is coming up here. Well, 17:45 is when you do the contingency Say again, Ed. maneuver.

CDR

SPT CDR PLT 032 17 35 21 PLT

18 minutes maneuver time and we started it at 25. Okay. Thank you.

Thank you. I don't have a pad - pad information one on this on it. I'll go by checklist. But I do need to know the - a .little bit about tlme. Okay. The contingency 17 :_5. Okay. That's good. know, really. maneuver is scheduled for

CDR

PLT

That's what I wanted to

032 17 36 _4 PLT CDR

Thereit is. I foundit. Bill, do you remember what B-7 was reading when you first checked it - when they asked you? Yes. What was it? Just a second. No - Bravo 7. Bravo 7. They called - they c'_lledand said, "Would you tell us what B-7 is?" Yes. Do you remember? Just a second. That's the one I wrote down.

PLT CDR PLT

CDR 032 17 37 03 PLT

CDR CDR PLT

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It was either reading 59 or 60. It was Just a little bit less than what it is right now. Okay. The malfunction failure. Aha! Now that you mention it, it's not very noisy. procedure said we've had a cooler

CDR 032 17 37 33 CDR

PLT CDR PLT

Everything is giving up the ghost at the same time, isn't it? Boy, I'll say. Yes, that's a crime. You missed all that data on the - Ah, I just - I wouldn't worry about it, you know; I just - *** Yes. (Laughter) Well, it could be that if - You know, if the temperature stayed down there long enough, you got degraded data at least. Yes. I'm wondering what this is going to do to this test they have me coming up. You know, I - I've got a 191 special ca& procedure later on today. Well, Bravo It's slowly the COOLER see what we 7 is supposed to be reading 22 to 58. climbing. I'm sorely tempted to cycle switch to see what happens. I don't have to lose. Because if the cooler then you'd

CDR 032 17 37 53 PLT

PLT -CDR 032 17 38 25 PLT

CDR

was less than or equal to h6 degrees, be okay - or h6 percent. CDR I'm going to cycle it. is a thing to lose.

I don't see that there

032 17 39 56

CDR

Okay, the Dewar COOLER, S191 Dewar COOT._R is running. Now it's obviously not cooling because the reading for Bravo 7 is now up to 65 percent and going on up. I Just cycled the COOLER, S191 COOLER 0N/OFF switch, and we'll see if that does anything. I don't have any grand hopes for it.

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032 17 41 24 • PLT

Okay, this has to do with the S191 portion of the lunar cal. Tranquility and Serenity are fairly visible. However, only a piece of the Imbrium Basin is visible at this phase of the Moon, and a very, very small piece of Oceanus Procellarum. So I'll he taking those, but they'll be in very I think it'll be very obvious in the photographs. What are you doing? Rewinding?

CDR 032 17 42 05 PLT

Hey, Ed, I - I apologize for giving you the bum word there. I - I didn't realize what you were asking there. I ... I think we're going to be in good shape. 7 UP and 1 LEFT. And we're moving in. detector temperature's

SPT PLT 032 17 43 05 032 17 44 08 PLT CDR

Oh, that doggone thermal still going up.

PLT

Okay, I've got 1 LEFT and 6 UP, which is fine, I think. Zero LEFT/RIGHT What? Okay. Zero LEFT/RIGHT and 6 UP. now.

032 17 44 35

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT

Coming in. Okay, good. Okay, what it says here is that we can using 191 but the thermal channel data degraded or lost and that the auto cal You assl,mp that they are done at 160 continue will be sequences 160 seconds.

032 17 44 56

CDR

PLT

Okay. Now, I go ahead and - do ... *** Yes, I guess I should have had a - Now we did not have a filter change, did we? I didn't have anything on my pad. No, there's nothing on my pad - -

CDH

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• PLT CDR 032 17 45 37 PLT

Okay. - - about Okay. here. a filter change. and take my data

I'm going to go ahead 0.85 degrees UP.

CDR PLT CDR PLT

My data take starts at 17:51. 17 : 51? Uh-huh. Let me see; I have no times that I can see here, strictly going by checklist. There's nothing on that *** T pad. Well, let me check here. We're not - It's not going to do me any good. The thing isn't running. EREP cal, VTS pad and MARK. Now the - I might have missed the pad, because I don't have an EREP pad on the VTS here. I thought had all my pads. I Okay, Bill, check your details and see if it says "pad". Find it? Yes. *** 51. You've got about 3 minutes.

PLT 032 17 46 52 • 032 17 27 39 CDR PLT

CDR 032 17 47 59 PLT CDR PLT 032 17 48 22 CC

Oh, that sounds good. Skylab, Houston. 2-1/2 minutes. We're AOS Tananarive for about

CDR

Roger, Dick. The S191 COOLER temperature is up to 70 now. And I've gone through the malfunction procedures on it; looks like we've had a detector cooler failure. At 20 I cycled the COOLER switch Just to see what we could hear. The cooler is running and when you hit the switch to OFF, it stops. And when we went back to ON, it started up again, but it has not done much for the temper-

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ature. Although - Wait a minute. The temperature is now down to 68. It was maxed out at 70. So I guess our mode is the run with the 191, hut we're going to have thermal channel degradation. 032 17 49 12 CC Roger, Jerry; glad you reported that to me. I was going to ask you about that very thing. We suspected that that might be the problem and the cause of the lack of READY light. Okay, so I guess that means that our volcano data in Central America was, for the most part, okay; but the thermal part was probably degraded. That's what - That's our best guess at the moment, Jerry. Okay. ... Very good. Hey, that temperature down; it's 66 now. is still coming

CDR

CC

CDR PLT 032 17 49 50 CDR

CC

The thing is, we're - we may have an early LOS here at Tananarive; Goldstone comes up at 18:35. Okay. Yes, and I have a lengthy mode procedure, too. Okay, 190; I've got to do some things 190, MODE to AUTO. 92, MODE to READY. Okay. 193 RADIOMETER, ON. And I don't even have a VTS pointing sequence - Going to one EREP, by MARK went START here at 51:lO. Stand here.

CDR 032 17 50 13 CDR CDR 032 17 50 50 032 17 50 55 CDR CDR PLT 032 17 50 59 CDR PLT 032 17 51 06 CDR

032 17 51 ll

CDE

it. Okay, we got TAPE MOTION and then it out - No, it's flickering. 51:43 is next.

i• CDR 1

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Okay, I was some 40 seconds late getting the 17:50 data done,but I don't think it made any difference. I think it was just prep for the EREP, START. 51 :43 is coming up. Skylab, Houston going over the hill. Could you give us a readout on Charlie 7, please? Sure can. ... SHUTTER SPEED to MEDIUM on 190. Okay, 51:55 coming up. MARK. 193, POLARIZATION to i. Stand by MARK. ... Okay. ... going ... Okay, I'll - give you pointing information here; I don't - I don't know if it does any good though. EREP, STOP. I think I'ii Just leave the EREP back on again and let it run for another minute. EREP, STOP; 53:40. Okay, 192, MODE to CHECK. 190 to STANDBY. 93 Romeo to STANDBY. Okay, just for the record the apertures were set at 8.0, 8.0, 9.5, 4.8, 5.6, 5.6, per pad. No filter change required. And no VTS pointing was executed. 52:13 is next. Charlie 7 is 58.

032 17 51 40

CC

CDR PLT 032 17 51 49 CDR CDR
l

032 17 51 57

CDR

032 17 52 14

CDR SPT CDR SPT PLT

SHUTYER SPEED to SLOW on 190.

032 17 52 43

CDR

032 17 53 40 032 17 53 42 032 17 53 47 032 17 53 49 032 17 54 40

CDR CDR CDR CDR PLT

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Okay, and I don't know if Ed's comments got on tape or not, but the cal maneuver 2 was i minute late. He got a COMPUTER REJECT on entering the maneuver and had to re - reenter it, and this was done at about 52. And at 52:20 1 went to EREP, STOP - 52:40 1 went to EREP, STOP. And then thought better of it. And at about 52:50 1 put the EREP back to START again and left it on until 53:40, figuring that since the maneuver was i minute late that we might have - we might have otherwise skipped i minute of data. So what you're going to end up with is an S190 film count higher than you expected. But I think it's worth it if we didn't lose the data. Yes, well I - I don't think it's any - any problem at all because l'm sure it's the last run on this f_ Sin. Okay, the 191 COOLER temp is down to 63 now; so it's slowly beating its way back down. You know the detector might still have been cold enough while you were taking that data. It could still be reasonably good. Might have been. How high did it get, Jer? SI rev? Okay, SI at 57:00. now it's down to 63. It got up to 70 max;

PLT

032 17 56 07

CDR

PLT

CDR PLT 032 17 57 00 CDR

CDR

Okay, I'm going into my postprocedures according to the pad rather than the cue card, and RECORD switch is going OFF.

032 17 57 22 032 18 08 14

CDR SPT

Hello; Gibson, Skylab 3. Today we're going to do the last of our educational experiments. This one was proposed and put together by Kathy Jackson, a good neighbor of ours down in Houston, Texas; high school student. And the objective of this

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experiment

is

to

measure

the

eye/hand

coordination,

to see what degree

of coordination

you have before
We don't Kathy's out to be

you fly, during the flight, and after. feel any different. We'll see whether measurements show that we are. Turned

a very sensitive measure of that coordination. And we'll let you have a closer look at it pretty soon, and you'll see me f_mhle my way through the maze. 032 18 09 l0 SPT Essentially what we have is a series of small holes which we'll put a stylus in, or a needle, and move from one point to the other as rapidly as we can and getting from start to finish in a measured time. Now, Kathy's been pretty generous with us. Gaging our mentality or knowing us fairly well, she's managed to put lines between each hole so we can't get lost. So it's a fairly straightforward task, and the only thing that's required is a little coordination. And we'll t'ake a look at it in a moment. Okay, Bill, would you flip it on, please? Here we have a maze which I'm about to take a couple laps around. This is Kathy Jackson's experiment. And again the i - the idea here is to go from point to point as rapidly as you can. You have to insert it in the hole, makes a little electrical contact on the back, and measure the time in which it takes you from - all the way through, start to finish. And if I follow the line, I can't get lost. And I'll have a go at it here as soon as I can get my watch synchronized. Okay, stand by MARK. Should have studied harder. MARK. Yay! That's 47 seconds. Not too bad for a novice. Okay, we'll give this thing another ready go here. Let's see what the world's record is here. I imagine it's below 40 seconds. Okay, stand by MARK.

032 18 09 39 _032 18 22 40 032 18 23 02

SPT SPY SPT

032 18 23 49

SPT SPT

032 18 24 35

SPT

032 18 25 04

SPT

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Always make a little time on the backstretch here. You always have to study hard to be an astro Hey, there we are. Stand by MARK. Hey, another 45 seconds. Kathy, I hope you learned fun. Can't beat that. Well, something. It's been 45 seconds. One more go.

i

032 18 25 47

SPT

032 18 26 17 032 18 27 03

SPT SPT

032 18 28 23

CDR

This is the CDR. It's 18:28 Zulu. And the subject is ED41. This is ED41 operations. And we'll start in 7 seconds. Stand by MARK. Come on. Fumble, _1_le, fumble. make one

032 18 28 51

CDR CDR

032 18 29 37

CDR

Finish, at 46 seconds. Okay, we'll more run at it here. Stand by MARK. MARK. 46 seconds again. is the PLT.

032 183005 CDR 032 18 30 52 CDR

Okay, the next subject

032 18 31 23

PLT

Okay, this is the PLT, with ED141 - ED41; excuse me me. Okay, we're on. The recorders are running and I got a watch. Stand by MAEK. Okay, that's a MARK. And stopped at 55. Giving myself 1 second for being started there makes that 54. Okay, we'll do it once more. Stand by MARK. MARK. MARK. 1 minute even. ED41. No, I didn't get my watch. Stand by -

032 18 31 39

PLT FLT

032 18 32 36

PLT

032 18 32 50 032 18 32 53 032 18 33 53 032 18 33 56

PLT PLT PLT PLT

Okay, PLT terminating

TIME SKIP

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032 19 20 33

SPT

SPT at 19:21. ED61/62. Took four photos today of the front side of the container. The front side had been taken off previously, according to the modifications. I've been watering it since then, using the old syringe, and I've Just been putting the water on the front plate, sometimes about eight ... squirts or so. I kept it very moist. The five stems which I've had growing out have all, in my estimation, turned a little greener. I don't notice that they've turned or gotten much longer, but they have turned greener.

032 19 21 00

SPT

The photos were taken on mag CIll6, frames 24, 25, 26, and 27. I think we got a good - some good plants to work with for cytoplasmic streaming experiments. However, I'm not sure whether we're going to have time to be able to get to it. They're keeping us pretty busy and - I'll see if I can squeeze it in, however. Okay, another - another subject, visual observations. Today coming over the Bay of Fonseca I noticed just a whole - whole wide area of blooming. It was an exceptionally - exceptionally broad area, maybe a couple of hundred miles out. And it - I could not really see a rotation to it, although it was an eddy pattern; but I could not see a definite, overall rotation as I did see one day previously. The color pattern was very low in contrast. It took a very special Sun angle to see it. We had the Earth terrain cameras going at the time; so I did not take any extra photographs. I wish now that I had, but I got through within Just the time limit. We got - Because as I looked back at it at about 45 degrees, both the - the difference between the ocean water, which was blue, and the water of the - deep blue. And the other was just a slightly lighter color and slightly green. And there were just large swirls of it all over. There was also a little bit of brown material coming off the coast. Now this did not look like sediment. Instead it looked like what we have seen before in the way of red tide; that is, Just a very small amount of it and there was two sections of it -

032 19 21 55
/-

SPT

032 19 22 58

SPT

032 19 23 29

SPT

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one major one coming off the coast and maybe extending out 30 or 40 miles and extending to the north, oh, maybe 50 miles or so - 50 to 60 miles. I hope it does show up in the Earth-terraincamera photos. Unfortunately every time we cc_e over prime areas like this, we're always busy. I wish we could devote a full day to Just watching as we go around the world and really get the occurrence of these things. 032 19 2h 20 SPT Matter of fact, in the - in the future, if we ever fly one of these types of missions again - a longduration Earth orbital with a space station, multi - multicrew members - I would recommend that you sending one individual along whose job is nothing else but visual observations. Of course, he'll be greatly augmented in the capabilities he would have. If one man could come up for the photography all of the new developments that come up - and spent full - full duration of his time doing nothing but that for whatever the duration of the mission - Any one of us could have then easily done that during this mission. I found it quite enjoyable and, I think, very productive. And he might be combined with an Earth resources series of instruments as well. But I still think you should not take - and omit the capability of a man onboard from ever being used in terms of visual observations. I recommend, I think, a full-time job ... when you get a space station which is - which is large enough to house m_ny individuals and will stay up for an appreciable length of time. Of course, these words probably won't have any effect - if at all - for the next l0 years. 032 19 25 56 SPT SPT out.

032 19 24 41

SPT

032 19 25 04

SPT

TIME

SKIP

032 20 34 09

CDR

This is the CDR at 20:35 Zulu. M092. The subject is the SPT. We started it at 19:35 and terminated

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20:25. The his right calf, Juliett on the right leg.
at

SPT's left calf measures 13-5/8; 13-3/8. The legbands are Ch_lie left leg and Alfa Quebec on the

032 20 3h 38

(]DR

(]DR out.

TIME

SKIP

032 21 04 09

SPT

SPT at 21:04. M092 is the subject. Experienced no difficulty whatsoever with this run. Spent most of the time doing checklist changes, and I didn't even notice the run was going on. Felt a fullness in the leg at about 50, but no other symptoms. M171, I would have given you Just a little bit of exercise had there been time allowed in the Flight Plan, but I've got an ATM coming up right now and got to move on.

032 21 04 39 032 21 04 57

SPT CDR

SPT out. This is the CDR at 21:04 Zulu. M171; subject, SPT. Terminated at 21:00 Zulu. The M171 MA data is as follows: CAL, N2, H20 , 1134. 5.234. CABIN AIR: WATER, 5.893, PERCENT 2.00. CAL, N2, 02, CO2 is 855; The CABIN AIR PRESSURE, PERCENT OXYGEN, 66.75; VITAL WATER, CAPACITIES 4.23; : - postrun:

3.33 ; CO 2 , 1.96. 5.225, 5.314. 65.80; OXYGEN,

CABIN AIR at the

0 - and CO 2,

032 21 05 50

CDR

CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

032 22 27 08

SPT

SPT at 22:26. ATM ops; orbit which began at 21:34. The results of the four-limb coalignment follow: Day is 032; time, 21:30. The upper limb: H-ALPHA l, plus 981; 82B, plus 980; 55, plus 980. Lower limb: 82B, minus 968; 55, minus 972. The

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left limb: H-ALPHA l, minus 907; 82B, minus 55, minus 905. Right limb: 82B, plus 1073; plus 1071 ; MIRROR POSITION, 0933. 032 22 28 15 SPT

902; 55,

For the 12 Echo JOP - this is primarily for 55 we picked out active region 38. I - I wasn't sure what the motivation for 38 was, but I went along with it. It didn't seem to have very high counts in oxygen VI anywhere. It had a general overall plage that I could distinguish in the XUV monitor and a few bright points in H-alpha, but the oxygen VI count was at the most 600 to 700. But that's what we - I did pick one of those points and did the 12 Echo on that. The remaining building blocks. First of all, a building block 2, with null bias; straightforward. For the null bias for the second building block, building block 32, that I did by patrolling about Sun center; and I didn't start a cycling power and - and the doors and so forth. But we did, of course, go to the NORMAL and STANDBY and POWER back ON after the conclusion of building block 32. (Music : "Chantilly Lace" ) 1

032 22 29 08

SPT

032 22 30 22

SPT

The H-alpha display, when I first came up, H-ALPHA was exceptionally good for the four-limb coalignment. I could notice some degradation after 5 to l0 minutes ; halfway through the orbit it was a completely different display. And at the end of the orbit, the resolution had Just dropped off - I hate to give you numbers but It was almost unusable for most of the pointing tasks which we have carried out on ATM, most of the fine-pointing tasks. Only very gross features remained; it was dark or light oatmeal, depending upon where you put the brightness. Glad it held up this long, though. SPT out.

032 22 30 38

SPT

032 22 30 54

SPT

032 22 31 21

SPT

TIME

SKIP

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032 22 56 03

.CDR

This is the CDR at 22:55 Zulu. M092; subject, PLT. Started at 20:15 Zulu - correction; make that 21:15 Zulu - and terminated at 22:00 even. The PLT's left calf measured 13-1/8; his right calf measured 12-7/8. Legbands were Charlie Juliett on the left and Alpha Quebec on the right. At 22:00 Zulu we bagan the MI71 run. The CAL values for N2, 02, C02 and N2, H20 are unchanged. AIR PRESSURE, C02, 2.04. 5.196. VITAL OXYGEN, 66.27 ; WATER, 5.600, OXYGEN, 5.929, 65.63 CABIN 3.68 ; 5.833. - 65.63;

CAPACITY:

At termination WATER was

of the run:

4._3_; CO 2 was 2.10. 22:40; 22:40.

And termination

time was 032 22 57 34 CDR CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

032 23 54 14 f

SPT

SPT debriefing the ATM pass which began at 23:08 with the two special exposures primarily for 82B. I went to the coordinates specifiedand then, knowing there's a little bit of slop in that system - especially in the value of nu Z which is

known, I moved the 55 GRATING down towards the Sun - or up, I should say, from line 9, which is a new coalign position, to line 3 and then moved back and forth LEFT/RIGHT and found the maximum in oxygen VI, not at zero but at minus 8. So that's an 8-arc second difference. The maximum was 200. When I went plus or minus 5 in either direction, it dropped down to 150. So I assumed that that was where we wanted to be operating. It also dropped off very rapidly in the radial direction, outward. So I would assume that 82B would be getting most of their contribution from the lower altitude. And it was proper to maximize in the manner which I did. So the coordinates used then were what was called up from the ground; in ROLL was plus 9510, a LEFT/RIGHT of minus 008, and a DOWN of minus 1023. For the second one, which was a background, I ROLLed Just to 9700, left everything in UP/DOWN, LEFT/RIGHT the same, and gave the exposures.

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032 23 56 23

'SPT

For 55, we gave at each position two - one MIRROR, AUTO RASTER and two GRATING, AUTO SCANs at line 9. You were not - you did not specify any other line. I could have moved it down to line 3 or 4, where 82B would have gotten most of its contribution. But I presumed that you would have specified that if that's what you were after. And 56 got all their exposures except one. And that is the - the SINGLE FRAME, l, for 5 minutes. They got a SINGLE FRAME, l, LONG. The fact is, the old SPT forgot to turn the CAMERA POWER switch OFF after initiating the exposure. I was too busy getting the egg timer going. I figure in about another 85 days I ought to learn that one. And we got things powered down with about 2 minutes to spare for the maneuver. SPT out. This is the CDR, the subject is S201 operations, and the time is coming up on 23:59 even. MARK. i minute until we begin operations. The mirror is extended; the ROTATION is reading XX0.6; and the TILT is 24.4. We're going after the comet right now at 00:00 and 00 on the hour. We're going to have the POWER switch ON and a mark, and 1 second later, we'll have a RESET switch to START. And 30 seconds later, at 30, we will terminate. 20 seconds to go. 5 seconds to go. Stand by _

SPT

032 23 57 46 032 23 58 49

SPT CDR

032 23 59 00

CDR

032 23 59 40 032 23 59 55

CDR CDR

###

DAY 033 (AM)

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033 00 00 01 033 00 00 02

,CDR CDR CDR

MARK. MARK. Okay.

POWER. START, 15 seconds have gone by; 20. Stand by -

033 00 00 31

CDR

MARK. POWER, OFF. Okay, we've got 15 minutes until the next one. Now the ROTATION is 20.5 correction, 21.5. So I need to go a little bit more clockwise. All right, there's 21.5. Skylab, this is Houston; 1 minute to LOS. Next station contact in 3 minutes through Vanguard, 00:04. Out. There seems to be a lot of spring. I can set it at 1.5 and let it go and it wants to go back to about 1.2. So I have to overshoot it up to about 0.8. Then I can let go of the crank and it'll go back to 0.5. And now I'm locking it at 0.5. That checks 1.5; the TILT, 06.2. Okay. There it is, 6.2. Okay, I'm going to go off the air for about 12 minutes, And I'll be back in time for the 15 - 00:15 exposure. CDR out. Okay, this is the CDR at 00:15 and 40 seconds. And I got the system cooking at the proper time. And now we're waiting for termination of this exposure at 18:30. I cut it a little close on my arrival at the - at the station here. I thought I'd better get it going before I put on the headset. Let's see now. Next one is 3.9 turns clockwise. Okay, it's now 17. 17:30; i minute to go. It's now 18:00. Coming up on 18:30. Stand by -

033 00 01 ii

CC

CDR

CDR

033 00 02 14 033 00 15 38

CDR CDR

CDR

033 00 16 59 033 00 17 34

CDR CDR CDR CDR

3684

i

033 00 18 31. C_)R

_U_X. POWER, OFF. Okay, our next rotation is 3.9 clockwise from where we are right now. Okay. Lock's coming off and here we go. 3.9 turns clockwise; l, 2, 3.9. Looking for XX2.6. Okay, there it is. I still got that darn sponginess in the ROTATION. X2.6; going for a TILT of 7.2. 7.2 is set. First exposure is 20:01. We're coming up on 19:30. Verified XX2.6 in ROTATION and TILT of 07.2. And this target is Tango 33. The last target, by the way, was the Moon. All right, we're coming up on 20. MY first mark will be POWER, ON; next mark 1 second later will be RESET switch to START. And we do it at 01 and 0 - zero and 01. Stand by -

033 00 20 01 033 00 20 02

CDR CDR

MARK.

POWER. Now this was 14 minutes and 25 sec-

MARK. START. onds long.

CDR

Okay, I'm going to leave - leave the air again. I'll be back at about 33 or so. CDR out. This is the CDR back UP again at 00:33. Subject is S201 operations. And we're about to terminate an exposure on Tango 33 at 34:26. About a minute to go. Okay, stand by MARK. 34 minutes. 26 seconds to go. MY first mark will be 3h'26 ; the second one, 34:27. The first one'll be RESET to START; the second one'll be POWER to OFF. Stand by MARK. MARK. Okay. And that completes $201. Now we'll rotate 4.7 turns counterclockwise. Let's get the TILT out first. TILT is zero. All right, going 4. 7 counterclockwise, i, 2, 3, 4.7, to 8.9; still springy. All right, see if we can retract the mirrors. No, I can't. Try one more degree. Something is very wrong here. It's very spongy. Well, that means I have messed up your exposures, I guess. I'll have to try to find zero. This is CDR leaving the loop.

033 00 20 39 033 00 33 Ol

CDR CDR

CDR CDR 033 00 34 00 CDR

033 00 34 28 033 00 34 29

CDR CDR

CDR

033 00 36 22

CDR

/-

3685

033

00

h0

43 • CDR

Okay, this is the CDR. Subject is $201 operations. And I finally figured out what went wrong, I was going back to zero; I went in the wrong direction. So all the exposures are good. And we're back in good shape. CDR out.

033

00

40

55

CDR

TIME

SKIP

033

01

39

57

SPT

SPT at Ol:h0; $233 photos which I've Just taken. Each was 123 seconds long, rather than 120. The 15-foot focus was taken first and the i00 - or the infinity focus was taken second. First exposure we started at 01:34:13 and the second one was started at 01:37:07.

033 01 40 43 033 .... 01 44 41

SPT SPT

SPT out. SPT at 01:45 with a observation for the - most

likely, handheld photos or the people interested in weather. We've been Just coming over, in the past 5 minutes, an area of - an extensive area of thunderstorms; more like the past i0 minutes, actually. I've been watching it rather intently for the past 5. One thing that impresses me about the way in which they go off is that this area which extends over maybe i000 miles or so along our flight of - route of flight - and at least 300 or 400 miles on either side 033 01 45 30 SPT There usually is a period of cslm where I see lightning flashes at all, and this might last 1 second - 2 seconds or so at the most. Then no for we

will see a - one bright flash or maybe two or three simultaneous at distinct, different locations, very distant; maybe a couple of thousand miles distant. Most of the time though, if they do go off together, they're relatively close; I'd estimate 200 or 300 miles. 033 01 46 06 SPT There seems to be, in ... , some sort of a collective organization to the lightning strikes which occur over a wide area. When one goes off, two one
z_

or three may go off simultaneously, or that may in turn Just trigger a whole host of other

3686

ones all over a very wide area - 500,000 miles, perhaps. The lightning flashes then will go off; numerous ones - 10, 20, or so. It'd be calm again for about 1 - 1 to 2 seconds; then we'd get another period of, oh, maybe 3, 4, 5, up - maybe up to 7 seconds or so of lightning going off in all locations. Then it sub - sub - subsides; period of calm; then cycles through that again. 033 01 47 12 SPT A few things which impressed me here: One is the fact that they can go off simultaneously or near simultaneously over a large distance - sympathetic lightning bolts, if you will, as analogous to sympathetic flares on the Sunand that we do get periods of calm between periods of very high activity. Some sort of collective phenomena appears to be at work. 033 Ol 47 47 SPT SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

033 02 27 01

SPT

SPT at 02:38 - 02:27, that is. Subject is girth measurements before and after exercise; for the medical people - Mike Whittle. Okay, I'll give you a before and after. The left bicep before, 29.4 centimeters; and after standard exercise, which is a series of about 100 curls and rises from the chest Mark I to above the head, using the

SPT

Sorry; I had my two numbers reversed. Left arm before is 28.5; after, it's 29.4. Right arm before, 28.7; after, 29.6. The calf, after doing 400 toe rises: Left calf before, 34.9; after, 37.0. Right calf before, 34.1; after, 36.1 centimeters. SPT out.

033 02 28 40

SPT

TIME

SKIP

033 02 51 13

CDR

This is the CDR at 02:51 Zulu. The subject is Earth observations handheld photography. Let's see; I should go back as far as 18:58 this morning,

3687

when I took two - two IR pictures

of coastal bloom-

ing along the Chilean coast. These were IRI3, frames number 29 and 30, f/8, 1/500. Then at 19:02, I took a Charlie X-ray 56, a wide overview of the Falkland Current Just off Trelew, Argentina. This was frame number 62 of Charlie X-ray 56, f/8, 35-millimeter lens, 1/500. CDR Then this evening at 02:38, as we were passing over the southern end of North Island, the southern part of North Island, New Zealand, I could see very strong - correction; this was at 02:38. This was after we had gone over New Guinea and we were Just looking along the Great Barrier Reef. Before we got to the reef, around in the Ceral Sea, around the islets of Willis, Coringa, and Diamond, I saw some current patterns and sunglint, which I took with a 35-millimeter lens. That's frames 61 and 60, f/ll, 35-millimeter, 1/500. 033 02 52 26 CDR Okay. Then at 02:48 we got to New Zealand. And at the east end of Cook Strait, New Zealand, in the - in the sunglint, I could see very strong swells moving. They were parallel. Well, let's see; not parallel, but perpendicular to the flow through the strait. These swells were out a little ways to sea from the strait. And I got good pictures of them in IR as well as color exterior. The color exterior pictures, one was a Nikon 300, _.5, 1/500. I took the same picture with the 35-millimeter Nikon to get an overviev, and that's frame number 58. The 300 w_s frame 59; the 35-millimeter was 58. That was f/8 over - 1/250 - 1/500. And then I took an IR photo of the same area - two IR photos. That's on India Romeo 13, and they were frames _l and _2, f/8, 55-millimeter lens, 1/500. Again, I can make the observation that the plankton blooming that we see around the New Zealand Current is nowhere near as striking and iridescent looking as the Falkland Current plankton blooming. And the changes in the ocean color are quite a bit more indistinct than they are over in the Falkland Current. But they are definitely there, and I hope that the IR camera really brings them up. CDR out.

/-

033 02 53 58

CDR

033 02 52 2h

CDR

3688

033 03 13 18. PLT

PLT; time is 03:14; temperature. X-ray grees; Yankee 5, 92 Zulu 5, 96 degrees; PLT out.

reporting rate gyro package 5, 96 degrees; X-ray 6, 96 dedegrees; Yankee 6, 90 degrees; Zulu 6, 96 degrees.

033 03 13 36

PLT

TIME

SKIP

033 ii 20 29

SPT

SPT at 11:20. 38710.

PRD readings:

42986, 23549,

TI_,_ SKIP 033 12 35 17 SPT SPT at 12:35. $233. Stereophotos beginning exactly at 12:27. The frame through between 03312 36 27 SPT numbers were - on Nikon were taken

033 12 36 17

SPT

05 - were

41

h5. There was about each photo.

20-seconds

lapse

SPTout.

TIME

SKIP

033 13 44 27

CDR

Hey, Bill, would you like to come up here in about 5 minutes and monitor the batteries for the TVC gimbal drive check? Okay, give me a call. I'm on the ergometer now, but I would like to see it; so Just give me a call when you're ready. Okay, it'll be ready in about 5 minutes. They'll be coming at 56 and that's when you'll want to start. Okay.

033 13 44 41

PLT

CDR

033 13 44 54

PLT

TIME

SKIP

/-

3689

033 14 05 30" CDR 033 14 05 34 CDR

Okay, how do you read me? Starting the TVC gimbal check ... Well go through that box? ... correction. Okay, how do you read me now? Screeching. I - I don't know. Okay, far as I can tell. of ... bus,

033 14 05 58 033 14 06 28 033 14 06 31 033 14 06 49

PLT CDR PLT PLT

The only thing that I can figure is because wetness [?]. That shouldn't have done it. Oh! I think I know what it is now.

033 14 06 53 033 14 07 31

CDR PLT

It's the things

BAT RELAY BUS. I don't think we have these ... BAT RELAY BUS. 033 14 07 40
j--.

CDR

Ed, you ought to be able to push that off down there in the wardroom - or in the workshop. We do not have battery bus power. BAT RELAY BUS is ODT. And that ... the RESET button ... Well, if - if nothing else goes wrong, we're still not in bad shape because ... BAT BUS ... We have not lost BAT BUS ... Unless we go to BAT BUS A... Well, one of the ... Guam; we have you for l0 minutes. Roger, Crip; loud and clear. I read you the same. Okay. We're still talking down here. with you in Just a minute. Roger. We'll get back How do you read me?

PLT

033 14 09 09

PLT

033 14 09 38 033 14 09 53

PLT CC CDR

033 14 l0 00

CC CDR

033 14 l0 03

CC

033 14 l0 07

CDR

TIME

SKIP

3690 033 14 45 33 CDR Crip, are the DAP trim values trim? Checklng. Both look good. TIME SKIP okay? Pitch and yaw

CC 033 14 45 42 CC

033 15 49 52

CDR

Okay, Crip, we got the gimbal motors off right now. Okay, we do not need the - the gimbal motors do the check. Okay. Okay, we see the cofire Roger. command and it looks good. to

033 15 49 57

CC

CDR 033 15 51 20 033 15 51 25 033 15 51 44 CC CDR CDR CC 033 15 52 19 CC

Looking good here. N 2 A is 2000; N 2 B is 2300.

Okay, Crip.

Okay, thatsounds good. CDR, Houston. As soon as you get down and can give us PO0 and ACCEPT, we can try to restore EMP-51 at this site. Okay, I Just called PO0. And - if Bill -

CDR 033 15 52 33 CC

TIME

SKIP

033 16 56 16

SPT

sPT at 16:56. M092; subject, CDR. Left leg and right - both leg lengths - both 12-3/4. Left legband, Charlie Sierra; right legband, Alfa Quebec. For the M151 folks, the start of the run was at 14 :30. SPT out.

033 16 56 38

SPT

TIME

SKIP

f_

3691

033 18 14 56. CDR

Okay, Crip, we saw the gimbal motors go on but I am not getting any indication on my GPI indicator. Okay, copy that. I'm checking over here to see if there's any breakers on; I understand there should be. Jer, your SPS indicator is; the GPI is not? That's affirmative. sitting at zero. And my GPI indicators are

033 18 15 06

CC CDR

033 18 15 36

CC CDR

033 18 16 46

CDR

Okay, Crip; somewhere along the line in the checklist here I didn't get at the SPS. I'm *** where it might be. Okay, Jer, we - we copy then that you went to SPS ... Yes, we're good. okay now. Okay, gyro system's looking

CC

033 18 16 56

CDR

033 18 17 14

CC PLT

Okay, can you switch over to RIGHT ANTENNA Roger.

for us?

033 18 17 20

CDR

Okay, we're on RIGHT. Okay, we're going to start on the secondary TVC check now. Bravo and Charlie quad and package heaters back
on WW*

033 18 18 25

CC

CDR

Crip, you're cutting out. to read. Say again. CDR, Houston; That's

Houston,

CDR; unable

033 18 18 52

CC CDR

did you copy my last? Bob. Houston, CDR.

negative,

033 18 19 l0

CC CDR

CDR, Houston; how do you read? Houston, Houston, CDR_ reading you intermittent. Over. CDR; we're reading you intermittently. How do you read simul? you intermittent.

033 18 19 33

CC CDR

CDR, Houston. Houston,

CDR; reading

3692

033 18 19 46, CDR CDR 033 18 20 06 033 18 20 14 033 18 26 54 CDR CDR SPT

Houston,

CDR; reading you loud and clear, simul.

Okay, we'll take care of all of that. Okay, understand Okay. SPT at 18:27 for the M151. The M092 was concluded at 17:20. And M172 was concluded at 18:00. For the M092 people, we got the side facial photo but the - when I went to get the one frontal, I found out we're out of IR film in that camera, could not advance it. And try as we might, with two of us working on it, Bill and I, we could not change IR film out in time in order to get the second photo. So that's a photo we did not - were not able to get. You may want to consider that in the planning for the next M092 run on the CDR. CDR gave you on 171 some instrumented and he'll be giving you the - all the numbers that go along with the run. SPT out. Carnarvon around 46. Okay.

033 18 28 03

SPT

TIME

SKIP

033 19 ll 54

SPT

SPT at 19:12. S020 prep for EVA. We are using bag number 4, as specified. And let me describe the filter situation. Filter serial number 31 had got two pinhole-sized holes in them which I could see _-ith the naked eye with a flashlight behind the filter. Getting out the magnifying glass, I could detect about six more relatively small ones. So there are a total of eight which I am able to see in that filter. That was the filter which we did have in before the last EVA. The only other one we have available to us is serial number 41, which I've looked at. That has one pinhole which can be seen by the naked eye with a flashlight behind and about five additional very small ones. It appears that the total amount of light coming through filter 41, through pinholes, is considerably less than that in 31. So I'm installing 41 right now,

SPT

3693

033

19

13

hi

SPT

SPY

out.

TIME

SKIP

033

20

02

16

CDR

This

is

the

CDR

at 20:01 While South

Zulu.

The

subject

is

Earth

observations. Island islands, in the

passing Atlantic, north and

over

South are

Georgia two ice of

there

one to the

one to the

south

the island, with a considerable amount of small chunks of ice breaking off of it. I should say relatively small - small, relative island itself. The larger of the to two the ice islands, I

would say, is probably 5 to i0 miles across and 20 miles long. And the smaller of the two islands, which is to the south, is probably around i0 by i0. I also noticed, in the vicinity of south Georgia Island, a good deal of coastal blooming and quite a few stains well away from the island out in the water, of rather definitely marked plankton blooming. 033 20 03 16 CDR CDR out.

###

DAY034 (AM)

3695

034 00 46 27, CDR

This is the CDR at 00:45 Zulu. The subject is the urine waste management system. The - There are two items - This is for the waste management people. There are two items which I think may have an impact upon your plans for deactivation, and so I thought I better let you know about them. In the last couple or 3 days now, we have noticed the formation of urine crystals has begun, the urea crystals around the interface of the two the two halves of the separator - of the urine separator. The urea crystals are forming on all three separators and they're not bad; there's not many, but they are definitely forming, indicating that they finally worked their way through the whatever seals or gaskets there is that holds the two halves of the separator together - the two halves of the - the body of the separator.

034 O0 47 27

CDR

And I thought you should know that and also we have begun to notice the odor of ammonia in the waste management compartment. We did that this evening. And it's coming out of the louvers of the - from the compartment up above the fecal canister area. The vacuum cleaner motor - the blower motor_up there - appears to be the source of the odors. We separated the boot from the canister charcoals - the boot between the canister charcoal and the blower motor - and I took a sniff of that boot, you know, at the top end of the canister and it smells quite clean. And so, therefore, I concluded that the - the strong Ammonia odor is begin - is coming from the vacuum cleaner itself, which indiciates, to me anyway, that there must be an accumulation of old urine condensate or something up in that blower and that it's beginning to bake off now and - and and causing the odor of Ammonia.

034 00 48 32

CDR

I don't know if these are - if these things are significant from your standpoint as far as deactivation is concerned, but I thought you needed to know about it. CDR out.

034 00 48 39

CDR

TIME

SKIP

3696

034 02 32 15

ZPT

SPT at 02:32. ATM pass which began at 01:32. Building block 16 was carried out straightforward. Observing time, I chose to use the one last 82B exposure to look at polar plumes again, north pole. We went approximately to the same roll as I was yesterday and the same offset pointing with the smme position off the l_mh of minus 1023. Stepped the oxygen - stepped the 55 GRATING to line 3 and looked around and came out with a - a roll. The count was - in oxygen VI did not ever get above 200 at that position, which it did yesterday. But I did find a point where it was around 170, although it was in nowhere - in no way a very sharp m_×imum at all, and that was at a ROLL of plus 9389.

034 02 33 23

SPT

Gave 82B a WAVEL_GTH, SHORT timed exposure. Approximately 15 minutes, I believe it was. 55 got some MIRROR, AUTO RASTERs down to about line 30; first one down to line 13 and the remainder of them down to line 30, GRATING 56 took a SINGLE FRAME, LONG. of all balls. And

034 02 3_ i0

SPT

0nly real thought comes to mind as I operate the thing for the last time is that I'm sorry it's the last time. And now I seem ... because I've really enjoyed it. But I think for the investment which everybody has put into it, I would like to see next time, whenever that next time may be, something like this put together again. It would be made a national observatory; that we don't Just have three missions but we have a series of missions which span many years. The facility we have here is - is useful and will contin - will continue to be useful if we - if we could update the equipment and - as we learn new things to explore. I'm only sorry that the ATM has seen its last data take and it can't continue on being productive.

034 02 35 29 034 02 35 33

SPT SPT

It's been SPT out.

fun.

TIME

SKIP

034 12 58 29

PLT

PLT; the time

is 13:00.

PRD reading

is 38724.

369?
f034 12 58 47" PLT PLT out.

TIME

SKIP

034 13 35 36

SPT

SPT at 13:35. SPT, 23556. Out.

PRD readings :

CDR, 42991;

034 13 35 45 034 13 37 01

SPT SPT

SPT at 13:37. SOPs: SPT, number 15. SPT's is reading 5600. All right. ... ? Ah, yes. list. Okay. Oh, that's all right. Want me to put ... ? ... there. Yes, I ... Come on, Big Ed ....

CDR, n_mber 6; reading 5900.

034 13 37 38 034 13 48 21

SPT PLT SPT

(Laughter)

034 13 48 54

PLT

I turned the recorder on, as per check-

034 13 49 32 034 13 50 31 034 13 55 35

SPT CDR CDR CDR SPT CDR 034 13 58 24 PLT

Come on up.

Well, I see one thing that's cutting down our flow in our OWS heat exchangers. Doggonel Never took that off and vacuumed in here.

034 13 58 33 034 14 00 55

PLT CC

Skylab, we show you voice recording here. And if we can take it the next 2 or 3 minutes, we do need a dump here. Go ahead, Story. I understand we're clear to dump, Bill.

PLT CC

3698

034 14 01 ii .PLT

That's affirmative. I Just turned it on per checklist and it was a bit early. Oh, okay, we'll be dumping here. *** tivation complete on EV-I. Okay. No, I don't have an SOP FLOW light. FLOW light; panel lighting is good. ABSOLUTE. LOW VENT Now I'm in

034 14 01 16 034 14 09 31

CC SPT CDR

034 14 09 46

CDR

SPT

That SOP must be Just one of those SOPs bleeding down. Yes. It's in OFF now. Okay, we're ready to - Go to 24. - - bump the DAC up to 24 and probably don a helmet and a glove or two. Right. Okay, that's exactly it. Skylab, 1 minute until LOS. The next station will be Carnarvon in about 40 minutes at 14:50. We'll be planning to dump the data/voice there. Okay, Story; PCU activation's Okay. Thanks again. complete.

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR
l

SPT 034 14 l0 20 034 14 l0 24 SPT CC

CDR 034 14 l0 38 CC SC PLT SPT CDR SPT

( Squeal ) My goodness. ... that, is it? It's - I think it's Bill. Bill?

F034 14 I0 52" PLT SPT CDR SPT 03_- 14 ii 02 CDR I think Okay, Okay. We ' ll get going here. I keep putting nV foot down and turning (laughter) you know, and then I realize have the shoe. Okay. you're right. to bump that up to 247

3699

do you want

it, I don't

SPT CDR 034 14 ll 31 034 14 12 ll SPT PLT CDR SPT PLT CDR

I may need a little help on it here, Jer. All right. Let me see if I can get one in. Okay, we Just went VOX. Okay. Roger. V0X SENSITIVITY to 9. Let's see; we're all three on VOX today, we ? That's affirm. Need sc_e help there? Well, I forgot to put it to ENGAGE. There we go. ( Squeal ) Hey, now I hope we don't have to put up with this. Where' - s You got your volumes Bill? all turned down up there, aren't

PLT SPT 034 14 12 29 CDR SPT SC PLT SPT CDR

PLT

I'm configuring it right by the checklist, Jer. And I have not turned any volumes down yet.

3700

• CDR

Okay, you can turn the panel 98 speaker box down. That's a big source of squeal. It will probably help a lot. Just turn uo your headset. Yes, that did it. 0kay. Let 's get the helmets on. Get my left glove here.

034 14 13 04

PLT CDH SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

Hold on.

Oh, yes; I'm sorry. I - I can only- I thought you had done it. No, I can only get one on. Hey, we had a dropout something, Bill? there. Did you reconfigure

034 14 13 22

SPT

PLT

I Just checked - selected panel 6, MODE switch to VOX and VOX SENSITIVITY to 9Looks good. Okay. Okay. POWER to AUDIO.

CDR SPT 034 14 13 32 034 14 13 39 PLT CDR

Now I've got to get past my nose picker here, which is always good for a laugh. There; I did it. I'll tell you what; I'll help you if you'll help me, Ed. Okay. Let me put this DAC down.

CDR

SPT CDR 034 14 14 32 SPT SPT SPT 034 14 14 58 CDR

Am I locked down and ready to latch? Ahh, yes. Okay. Okay? Okay, it feels good to me. Now let me get my shoes and we'll do the same for you. There you go.

Okay.

3701

• SPT

Came around here, bend over, and let me take a check on the - make sure that thing is sealed all the way around. Yes, you look good. Good alignment. here that snaps.

SPT 034 14 15 39 CDR SPT CDR

Nothing

Yes, but it's good all the way around. Oh, wait. You got to lock it first. It's - Turn off your pressure. Okay. Now you're set. All right, now let me take a look at a]] your rings again. All right, you look good. is it time to kill that camera? Yes. Okay. Okay. And lower your protective visor. Let's set it to 2,

SPT 034 lh 16 02 CDR

SPT CDR 034 14 16 36 SPT SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR 034 14 17 04 SPT

Okay, we got a PCU checkout, Jer. Okay. Why don't I Just read the Jobber-dos? Very good. Okay, EV-I and 2 - Wait a minute until I get in the hooks here. Well, I'll just give you scme info here. Okay. Note: Cuff gage inaccuracy, plus or minus 0.5 0.15 psig near m-x - for max - Nominal is plus or minus 0.0_ psig. KEG 1 LOW FLOW and LOW VENT FLOW lights have 5 seconds delay. Okay, let's go PRESSURE select to REG 2 and we get a tone; SUIT

3702

PRESS; Okay. 03h lh 17 32 03h lh 17 33 SPT CDE SPT CDR 03h 14 17 40 SPT SPT

REG 1 LOW FLOW and possible LOW VENT FLOW. REG 2. Take a while for it.

There we go. Okay, I got all three. Well, I go - I got SUIT PRESS, REG 1 LOW FLOW And I got LOW VENT FLOW. And I did not. I - That's a spec overlap, I guess.

MODE SELECT to DELTA P; monitor cuff gage; verify SUIT PRESS light off between 2.8 and 3 point 3.1 psig and that the LOW VENT FLOW light is off. Okay, I want to go up real slow. Okay. Okay, cuff gage reading went off. 2.9 when SUIT PRESS light

CDR SPT 034 14 18 19 SPT

034 14 18 36

SPT

And verify that cuff gage is stable between and 3.5. I'm 3.45. Okay, I'm looking at 3.45. Yes, I have LOW FLOW and a LOW VENT FLOW light. Okay, I still Okay. Jet? There we go. Just got a KEG 1 LOW FLOW.

3.2

034 14 19 03

CDR

a REG 1

03h 14 19 18

SPT CDR SPT

034 lh 19 33

CDR SPT

Okay, let's pick up. Note: In next step, cuff gage will decrease and cycle before stabilizing, 5 psi ambient only. Okay, PRESS select to REG 1 and REG 1 LOW VENT FLOW light should go off. Okay, I'm cycling. I get a drop. SUIT PRESS light is off. REG 1 LOW FLOW light is off. And they've cycled down to around 3. Mine went down to below 2.5.

CDR

/_

3703

SPT CDR SPT

Oh, did it? Yes. Yes. This says it will cycle. It doesn't say down how far. Well, when we get the pressure integrity check, that's the fellow. Yes. Okay, Okay, verify that you're between 3.6 and 3.9.

CDR SPT 034 14 20 32 034 14 20 34 CDR SPT SPT

I'm looking

at 3.85.

I'm 3.7. PRESS select to BOTH_ gage or displays. verify no change in cuff

034 14 20 48 034 14 20 50

CDR SPT SPT

Well, looks good on EV-2. EV-I still 3.7. Okay, nates Looks good. check, Next sequence termi-

_MU integrity

02 flow to PGA.

REG 1 LOW FLOW

and LOW

VENT FLOW lights will light. Monitor cuff gage for max decay of 0.8 psig, We go FLOW select lever OFF; then PRESS select lever OFF for 1 minute. And then we go back to BOTH and back to IVA. So we always - the FLOW select is the first and the last thing we move and the PRESS select lever is the second and third. So we go FLOW select to OFF. 034 14 21 27 034 14I 21 29 CDR SPT CDR SPT 034 14 21 45 CDR SPT CDR Okay. I'm off. Okay. Now we go PRESS select OFF for 1 minute. Mine's Mine's Mine's off. off and I'm reading 3.82, reading 3.95. Okay.

370_

• SPT

You may want to move around a little bit Just to make sure that Coming up on a minute; another 5 seconds. Okay, here we go. Let's go back to BOTH and then IVA. Okay, I was reading 3.75. So I got a drop of 0.07. Okay, mine - mine hardly 0.02 at the most. dropped at all; maybe

034 14 22 40

SPT

03h 14 23 02

CDR

SPT

Okay, and that says if suit pressure decays 0.3 to 0.8, verify helmet, wrist rings, and gas connectors locked before proceeding. So I was less than 0.1. Okay, we don't have to worry about greater than 0.8 then. Cuff gage stable 3.6 to 3.9 psig, and all lights off. Good for EV-I. How are you doing? are out. I'm at 3.7.

SPT

034 lh 23 28 034 i_ 23 34

SPT CDR SPT

I got 3.8.

My lights

Okay, MODE SELECT to ABSOLUTE. We got a tone; SUIT PRESS at 3.1 to 2.8. Okay, that really dropped fast. Somewhere around in there it came
on.

CDR SPT 034 14 24 00 CDR

Yes, mine came on at 3.1. Boy, that really pops the sinuses. I have more trouble going up than coming down. No, I didn't _ave trouble, but it really - really dumps them. Okay. Bill, the EMU integrity check is complete. And fr_n here on, we're listening to you. Okay. matter And I want to read one note to you; Just a of information. Note: If all three

SPT

PLT

crewmen lose cow, EV-3 configures CSM panel 6 AUDIO CONTROL BACKUP. If no Joy, each crewman switch, one at a time, to channel Bravo. EV-3 will be unplugging LSU and using the SIA. 034 14 24 40 SPT Well, that work is really what you'd inside there, huh? be doing

/_

3705

• PLT

Well, no - yes. That's correct. And I Just want to let you know what - what this said. Okay. ... is isolated if only it - Okay, I will, one at a time, switch you to Bravo and - until the problem is isolated. If only one crewman loses comm, the affected crewman switches to channel B Bravo. Okay, and I don't know how in the world I'm wondering if that note is still applicable, actually. I guess it is. Okay, press on. Okay, I have an 02 reg check back with you. to perform here and I'll

SPT 034 14 2h 54 PLT

be right SPT CDR 034 14 25 40 SPT Okay. Okay.

Got a ringing in your - a beeping in your Got a DAC cable by your right ear. Yes,I sawit. Doesn't Okay. off. look as though

ears?

F

CDR SPT PLT

it could get entangled.

Verify EV-1 and 2 LOW VENT FLOW light is

034 14 26 14 035 14 26 16

SPT CDR PLT SPT CDR PLT

Verified

for EV-1.

EV-2, verified. Okay. Uh, darn! Okay.

Well, there goes my clean helmet. (Laughter) All right, I'm coming down to disconnect the condensate. And then I come right back up here, so - Yes, be careful of T025.

CDR PLT

Yes, I've already made thepassage once. I got umbilical all managed back there so I should

3706

be able to come through too much. 034 14 27 24 PLT

there

without

dinging

it

Yes, there we go. All right, that wasn't too bad. Hey, you got that T025 well up out of the way. Yes, Just watch out for the camera, because it's against the wall. If you bean it - if you bang it, it'll Just get transmitted to the camera. Boy, the cooling Sure does. Okay, you've Just about got it. sure works.

CDR

03h 14 27 51

SPT CDR PLT

PLT 034 14 29 47 CDR SPT PLT CDR PLT 034 14 30 04 034 14 30 08 SPT CDR PLT

Okay, it's pretty smooth, actually. Think that pocket's Looks all right. going to work

Yes.

okay.

Okay, once again; LOW VENT FLOW, verify off. Should have checked it when we were pressurized.

Verify LOW VENT FLOW light off, both 1 and 2. Okay, LOW VENT FLOW off for EV-I. Okay, and it's off for 2. Okay, REG A, opened. EV-I proceed to airlock module. Enter headfirst. That 's EV-I. Okay, let me go around the back of you, Jer, because of that - See the way my umbilical is? Think it would be easier if I went around the back. 9 I was watching the way it was in the - in the airloek there; so if you could, lean forward.

SPT

CDR CDR SPT

All right.

Okay.

There we go. Coming up, Bill.

r-

37o7

• PLT 034 14 30 47 SPT

Okay, I'm out of your way. Okay, are you going to be stuffing some umbilical in there? Or do I do that? Just a second. Oh, yes, you're supposed to be stuffing his umbilical in the sphere, Bill. Okay. I'm this guy right here. Got it. Took me that long to get back to the checklist. (Laughter ) Yes. Okay, let's see. feet first? Okay, I thought Well, maybe so. No, it said headfirst. Okay. And let me - This - This hatch here has not been Velcroed down. Let me Velcro that down and I'll - Yes, hey, do that; that'll for us in here. Here. This isn't quite it. really make a difference I'll be coming in here -

PLT CDR

PLT SPT PLT 034 lh 31 B1 PLT

SPT

PLT SPT 034 14 31 48 CDR SPT PLT

it said headfirst.

SPT

PLT 034 l_ 32 07 CDR PLT SPT

That may be hard to do with that SOP underneath Yes - yes. No, no; it's not hitting the SOP at all. completely clear of the SOP. Okay, standby 1. You're

PLT

3708

034 14 32 16 "SPT PLT SPT PLT

You got 6 inches to go. I see what the problem is. Was it the occulting disk? Yes. It's a good thing I decided to do this, I think. Might have been a little bit hard to do while OkaM . Well Okay. You've also got - Underneath your left arm, you've also got Jer's ; you may want to get rid of that. There you go. Okay, thank you. Oh, here. At S-49 -

PLT SPT PLT 034 14 32 44 SPT

PLT 034 14 32 53 SPT PLT

Hold on; X'll get it. Look at my feet, Ed. Are

Here we go; I got it. my feet okay?

034 14 33 06

SPT

Yes, as far as I can see. anything back there. Oh, yes.

I don't think there's

PLT SPT PLT

Yes, they 're clear.

0kay.

You tell me where I am, because, mA_, I can't Okay, your right arm is - That's all right; cc_e on back. I will watch you as you come in. Now let me see; where It's under your SOP. is our friendly Right under your T0257 SOP.

034 lh 33 32

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT

Oh, yes ; okay, there.

That Is good. short here.

Okay, now I've got you pretty That's good.

F-

3709

03h lh 33 48. PLT

Okay, I'm going to back out of the way. All right, let me check the cameras once more. They look good. I thought we had our feet the other way. ahead. Okay, go

SPT

034 lh 34 06

PLT

Okay, all right, proceed to airlock module, enter headfirst; you did. Restow EV-1 LSU as soon as EV-1 transfers to airlock module; I did. EV-1, rotate to EVA egress position, feet toward MDA. I don't understand I don't either. see you' re ready Okay. There you go. Thank you. Okay, EV-2, move to 0WS hatch. Okay, I'm on my way. EV-3, manage EV-2 LSU; stow in aft compartment. Hold on EV-3 or EV-2? EV-3, manage - It says manage EV-3 LSU; stow in aft compartment. But I think that should be you. Yes, I'll do it. I don't know how in the world I could get by you to do all of that. Your right foot is resting Just inside the camera mount. No big sweat. Just don't kick out to the side with your right foot. Okay, let me try to stow this stuff for Jer. don't know how - He's going to have to come through it all. I why we do this. Let me come and help you. I to get your - There you go.

SPT 034 14 34 23 PLT

SPT PLT SPT 034 14 34 37 PLT CDR 034 14 34 44 PLT SPT CDR PLT

034 14 34 58

CDR PLT

PLT

SPT

3710

• PLT 034 14 35 24 SPT

Okay. And S020. We're going to have to watch that, Jer, when you come out here - No, you'll be handing that out first, won't you? I'm going to he reading ahead here, Jet. Here's something for you to do right there. Inspect hatch seal for obstructions. Okay. And then when you get inside, of the procedures. I'll have the rest

PLT

CDR 034 14 35 38 PLT

SPT

Keep an eye on S - on T025, will you. I can't see it. Aw, I'm bumping right into it, apparently. Right above me. Okay. I can hold m_self down here by the hatch. Jer. Okay. I'm looking at the hatch seal. when you're Okay,

PLT 034 14 35 50 SPT

034 14 35 53

CDR PLT

Okay, RELEASE HANDLE to UNLOCK satisfied. Okay. HATCH HANDLE to OPEN. from wall. That's Okay. Okay. done. Close hatch while

CDR PLT

And release the OWS hatch

034 14 36 12

CDR PLT

entering

aft lock.

034 14 36 20

CDR PLT

And hold - I won't read the rest of the procedures. I think you know how to work that now. All right, closed. Okay. now you can read some more. I got it

034 lh 36 45

CDR

PLT

/--

37n

• SPT PLT

Down by your right hip here is S020. Okay, hold hatch UNLOCK. Okay, against seal. Pkn._ASE HANDLE,

034 14 36 58 034 14 37 00

CDR PLT CDR PLT

it's UNLOC"KAm_. PRESSURE (dogs engage).

HATCH HANDLE, EQUALIZE Okay. RELEASE Done. HATCH HANDLE, CLOSEd. HANDLE, UNLOCK.

034 14 37 12

CDR PLT

034 14 37 15

CDR PLT

Okay, it's in the CLOSEd position. RELEASE HANDLE, LOCK; verify.

034 lh 37 22

CDR PLT CDR SPT CDR

Okay, it's in LOCK. Assume EVA egress position, feet toward MDA.

All right. If you'll Very good. And a little bit - Now let's see. You're going to have to watch it because there's a DAC over on your side. The big thing was to get around Just back straight on down here, Jet.

034 14 37 36

SPT

034 14 37 42

CDR

I see it; okay. S020 there.

SPT

Okay. And here's - Your LSU is all out in front of you now. Yes, but it's got a 90-degree bend in it, though. It should go behind me. This one right here needs to go around behind me. All right. There we go.

CDR

SPT 034 14 38 03 CDR

3712

• SPT

Okay. SO-

And I'll try and stay in here.

Now where's

CDR

Your heel is right by the camera, so be super
careful.

SPT 03h 14 38 17 PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT CDR SPT 034 14 38 27 PLT

The cameraThe T025 camera-

Yes, okay. - - is under Okay. No, that's Jer. I'm watching Ed. your left elbow, Ed.

That's me; I've got it in sight. Okay.

Okay, you're in the - satisfied you're in the EVA egress position? Yes. Airlock module forward hatch, close. VC tree and pass to EV-I. That's in work. There's Just one - One Calfax. - - one Calfax there. Good boy. - - easiest one to get to. Let me see if there's anything else I do up here. Okay, unstow VC tree and pass to EV-I, handle first. And let me straighten them - there. Have you got speaker samething_ box volume on there or It's the - EV-3, unstow

SPT 034 14 38 31 PLT

034 14 38 47

PLT SPT PLT SPT

034 14 38 56

PLT SPT PLT

CDR

3713
/4

034 14 39 27" PLT CDR SPT

It's all the way down. Dang. You may Just want to turn that thing off to sleep, because you got all you need in the way of I think you're right. But wait Wait - I'm - I'm not sure. a minute, now.

PLT

SPT

No, you don't need that speaker box Just for the That's correct.

- That's

PLT 034 14 39 42 SPT

Give me that Jobber-do and I'll get it out of your way. Okay. Camera is under your right hip. Which camera? The DAC? There you go.

PLT CDR SPT
1-

034 14 39 51

CDR PLT

The DAC and the Nikon.

... your feet down. Let me clock that around a different way for you. There you go. Okay. Here, put it in your -

034 14 40 04

SPT PLT SPT

Okay, that's right. Okay. All right, you hold the VC tree, that's right. Okay, EV-3, 311, release forward hatch pressure equalization valve cap. Okay, stand by 1. This EVA ought to really clean out those filters over here in the - up here in the fans. If there is any water in there, it ought to vaporize out. The 0WS heat exchanger. Yes.

034 14 h0 l0

PLT

CDR

SPT

3714

03h 14 h0 52" PLT

Forward hatch, pressure egualization, stowed, verify. Okay, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION VALVE to OPEN. Verify. Okay, it was CLOSEd. Yes, it was closed because I didn't want scme light ccming through there the other day. Okay. ... finish, open it. Inspect the hatch seal for - Okay, I inspected it. Okay, close hatch. All right, I'm in the process of closing the hatch. Okay, the camera is under your left heel. Okay, fine. Think I'm going to try to swing where I can get - put a foot up ... that heel. Okay, that's in there-Hatch handle is to CLOSE. in receptacle. That's done. Okay, EV-1 and 2. Panel 317 and 323, install wrist tethers on right arm. Okay. I take it they're all on one panel here? EV-1, install tree --_

034 14 41 07

SPT

PLT SPT PLT 034 14 41 34 PLT

CDR SPT

034 14 42 01

PLT

034 14 42 07

SPT PLT

CDR CDR 034 14 42 29 SPT CDR

Yes, they're all right here. I also got amy chest tether here.

Yes, let's Just leave it there for a spare unless you - you have need for one outside. Not right now; I think you might have need for one later, but - Yes. Okay.

SPT

CDE PLT 03& l_ 42 50 SPT

Tell me when that's complete. That's complete.

3715
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• PLT 034 14 42 55 CDR PLT SPT CDR 034 14 43 02 03h 14 43 07 034 14 43 09 PLT SPT CDR PLT 034 14 h3 14 SPT PLT

Go yours

on, Jer?

Just about - Yes, it's on now. Okay. FLOW select, for EV-I. IVA; verify.

Verified

EV-2, verified. PRESSURE select, BEG i.

REG 1 for EV-I. REG 1 for EV-2. MODE SELECT, DELTA-P.

Okay. And verify SUIT PRESSURE 3.1 psig. DELTA-P for EV-I. Okay, EV-2 is coming up slow. You're looking 2.8 to 3.1. Okay, for SUIT PRESSURE light off at light off; 2.8 to

"-

034 14 43 23 034 14 43 25

SPT CDR SPT

034 14 43 40 034 14 43 56

SPT CDR SPT CDR

2.9, mine was off.

Okay, mine was off at 2.9. How's that thing on your arm, Jer? It's - Well, we'll check it in a minute. now I'm - want to get m_ ears all squared Okay. Okay. you're Okay. I'll just wait here Just a second until ready to go. Well, that pocket looks pretty good. Okay. Very good. Right away.

SPT 03h 14 44 09 PLT

CDR SPT

Looks like you can get to it.

3716

• CDR CDR 034 14 44 21 034 14 44 28 034 14 4h 31 PLT SPT CDR CDR 034 14 h4 36 034 14 44 39 SPT CDR PLT

I think

so.

Okay, Bill. Okay. Verify MODE SELECT hard over DELTA-P.

EV-I verified. 2 verified. Verify cuff gage stable 3.6 to 3.9.

EV-I, 3.7. EV-2, 3.8. PRESSURE select to BOTH, verify no change in cuff gage or display. EV-1 to BOTH, and that's verified. EV-2, BOTH and verified. Okay, I'm going to read through the following SOP flow checks first, before we do it. EV-1 and 2, 02 valve OPEN. Verify valve locked in detent. Assist each other. Note: Perform following SOP flow check rapidly to conserve SOP oxygen. EV-1, note: possible slight cuff gage decrease when SOP is approximately 0.1.

034 lh 44 46 034 14 44 49

SPT CDR PLT

CDR PLT

Okay. That's when - When SOP goes on, you'll notice a slight decrease in the cuff gage. Okay. Approximately 0.1 psi. Ed will do panel 317 CLOSEd. You'll get a gage

CDR PLT

SUS l, 02 SUPPLY valve tone and SOP FLOW.

Verify

medium

pressure

to 27 and 45.

Then you'll

go SUS l, 02 SUPPLY

valve OPEN and SOP FLOW, off. And then we'll repeat that check for SUS 2 for EV-2. 034 14 45 59 SPT Okay, I've got my - SOP is OPEN.

3717 /4

034 14 h6 02. PLT SPT PLT

Okay, Okay.

that's

for EV-I.

You've

got your

SOP OPEN.

All right. decrease, SUPPLY FLOW.

So you may get a slight 0.i ps - Okay. CLOSEd. Panel

possible

317, SUS i, 02 and SOP

valve

You'll

get a tone

034 14 46 20

SPT

What the heck is hitting me in the back here, I Just can't seem to turn around this way. Stand by. No, nothing's hitting Okay. you.

Jer?

PLT CDR 034 14 46 25 SPT CDR SPT

There, I got it now.

Watch your feet. I'm going to put my feet up above you here. Okay? Yes, that's a good place for them.

CDR 034 lh 46 30 PLT

Your umbilical is wrapped right around your back, Ed. I think it's Just drawing taut on you. Okay. Yes, that 's your problem. Okay. Okay, let's review the bidding. SOP OPEN? Yes. Now you got

SPT CDR SPT 034 14 46 38 PLT

SPT

PLT

02 valve OPEN; now we're going to go on panel and that's - again you're going to do this you're going to go SO - SUS i, 02 SUPPLY valve

317,

CLOSED; you'll get a tone and an SOP FLOW; then you or Jer can verify medium pressure

and gage 27

to 45 and then you can go SUS i, 02 SUPPLY valve, OPEN again.

3718

034 lh 47 04" SPT PLT SPT PLT 034 14 47 i0 SPT

Okay, I can see the gage from here. Okay. 0k%y. SUS i, 02 SUPPLY valve CLOSED on panel 317.

In work. Okay, the gage looks good. I got an SOP FLOW light. Medium pressure gage is holding. Sure tell the difference in the smell of gas. Bottle gas gets a little oilY scent to it almost. Not quite oily but - Did you get it - your SOP working right?

PLT 034 14 47 36 SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT 034 14 47 41 PLT SPT CDR PLT 034 14 47 49 CDR PLT

Yes, the SOP FLOW light is off - Okay. And I'm back to OPEN and that is - Okay. - - locked in there. 323, Jer - -

And on panel

I think he - Okay. - - verify Okay, SOP 02 valve OPEN.

I've got it open. 323, SUS 2, 02 SUPPLY valve

Okay, on panel CLOSED.

034 14 47 57

CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

Okay, stand by a second. Okay, ... Jer-There's Okay. Okay. another big blooming in here with me.

3719

• PLT CDR

You'll Okay, close

get the tone

and the SOP FLOW. to - getting ready to

I'm getting ready it right now.

034 14 48 13

PLT

Okay, you got the medium SOP FLOW should he off. Okay.

pressure

gage 27 to 45.

034 14 48 19

CDR PLT

As soon as you get through that - Medium gage is looking good. Going back to OPEN.

034 14 48 21

CDR PLT

Okay. SUS 2, 02 SUPPLY valve OPEN. OPEN and locked. SOP FLOW should go off. And it went off. verify neck ring, SOP, locked. Those are

034 14 48 26

CDR PLT

034 14 48 29

CDR PLT

Oksy. EV-I and 2, visually and the four PCU connectors conne ct ors.

034 lh 48 45

SPT

Okay, start out with EV-2. Okay. Your return, good. Supply is good. The neck ring - Let's see; we already checked those down below, but it won't hurt to look at them again. No, you don't want to assume anything with these fellows. Okay. Neck ring looks good. Let's take a look at your wrist rings. Are they still locked? That's locked, and I see no - Let me look at it at an angle where I can see all the see the spacing. That looks good. Okay. And there. You are in LOCK. Okay. Okay, now I - Wait a minute; hold on. All right. That's EV-2 is checked. He's still got to get me.

CDR

034 14 49 00

SPT

034 14 49 29

PLT SPT PLT SPT

3720

034 14 49 46 ,CDR

Okay. Okay, OXYGEN OUTLET is in and locked. INLET - okay, that's in and locked. Take a look at your headbone. Okay, your neck ring is down flush and looking good and the lever is in the nice LOCK position and tight. Blue wrist ring is in LOCK. Where's that one - Oh, there it is.

034 14 50 16

CDR

SPT CDR 034 14 50 37 034 14 50 44 034 14 50 46 CDR CDR SPT PLT CDR

Looks good. Take a look at the red one, Looks good. Okay, Bill, that's complete. Okay. SOP's are the only thing left to look at, and that's to Just look at them and make sure they're locked. Oh, yes; okay. That thing's screwed all the wsy down. that one looks good. Okay, let me check yours. Hope you can get over there without banging T025. Okay,

SPT 034 14 50 57 SPT

CDR SPT PLT

Okay, I better go ahead and inhibit CMG control and do a nominal H-CAGE. Okay, yours is good there, Bill - or Ed. Okay. Fellow. Never did get your name did you say it was? Just one of those guys. Think them. ground's trying to talk to us; I don't hear straight. What

034 14 51 21

CDR SPT CDR

SPT CDR

034 14 51 40

SPT

I don't hear them either. You better c_mmand module configuration.

check your

3T21
f_

034 14 56 56 .CDR PLT CDR

All three

INTERCOMs

are in T/R?

That 's affirm. Man, we should be getting them. com buses tied together and - ... (Tone) No, that's - that's the speaker switch. That's that's - All that does is screw up the co-,,. We got the inter-

CREW SC CDR

034 lh 57 17

PLT

Okay. Unless there's something else out of configuration that wasn't covered, we're all right. Now we don't have SUIT POWER, ON on either 9 or 10. Well, go ahead and turn them on. Yes, I don't think It's hard to believe. It's strictly for those umbilicals,sn'tit? i That's right, it's strictly for the umbilicals, and it doesn't make any difference at all. Yes. But put them on, you never know. Okay. What seems straightforward Okay. A]I right. Both of those SUIT POWERs are on - and the - I don't think I want panel l0 SUIT POWER, ON, because it's got a headset connected to it. Well, darn it, I You may want to keep your eye on the teleprinter in case they come up with semething on that. Well, Bill can talk to them on a speaker box down there. That's the thing; they're getting up on may not be. It won't hurt.

CDR PLT SPT .PLT

CDR SPT PLT SPT PLT PLT

SPT

CDR

3722

a speaker box, hut they're us onchannel A. PLT SPT That 's weird.

not getting

across to

Okay, Bill, can you hear them and converse with them? Oh, yes, but Just on a speaker box. Well, what were they telling you to do? give you any instructions? Did they

PLT SPT

PLT

No, they didn't say anything. I told them I was going to get - recheck the configuration. Houston, Skylab. How do you read?

034 14 58 40

PLT PLT

Okay. I've gone up in the command module, gone through every switch. And I've got it configured Just as the checklist says and I'm sort of at a loss right now. Okay. That's affirmative, ... That 's affirm. ... LOS ... Okay. ... ***SI 131. That's affirm. Was there a plug in 131 you were supposed to put in this morning, Bill? Kludge line or something? I put that in yesterday and you attach the - Seems to me there was something you do this morning, too. Story. It was closed.

CC 034 14 59 42 PLT CC PLT CC PLT CC PLT PLT 034 15 O0 30 CDR

PLT CDR

i•PLT

3723
That's right. You do. You attach the c,[i,,_ _mbilical to that kludge box on 225. Have you done that? Roger. I couldn't be talking with you if I didn't have that in. Oh, yes. Well, for some reason and B tied together. we don't have A

CDR PLT

034 15 00 54

CDR

PLT

Yes. With that configuration that we've got up there I'd - I'm going to look at this little drawing again. That drawing's Yes, I know. supposed to be no good now. But there's - there may be a hint.

CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT 034 15 01 23 PLT PLT

When do - they going to come up again on Goldstone? I thought he said Guam.

Guam; okay. I don't know. I forget. Let's see;

Well, let me take a quick look here. I did everything yesterday, I know.

PLT

INTERCOM, T/R. Funny thing; you put both of those INTERCOMs on VOX and T/R after you tie them together. I'm going to go check again and make sure I got them in V0X, because that should do it. Well, VOX only affects our getting out. ... Are we getting out to them?

CDR PLT SPT PLT

Negative. No, he called. That's what I heard. He called and said we - we ought to be hearing you on hot mike by now. Okay. I'm back up in the command module. VOX.

PLT

r

372_
034 15 02 31 .CDR You don't suppose we've lost the transmitter, you? I don't know. It'd have to be a transceiver. if we're not hearing them. That's right. Have to be both do

PLT SPT

CDR PLT

Could be an antenna. down yes-

Okay, now, you didn't configure anything terday after your checks, did you, Jer? No. I didn't think so, and besides, to be able to see it here.

CDR PLT

if you had,

I ought

034 15 02 58

SPT

I had a private comm last night and all I did was reconfigure the nc_ - the nominal things after that, duplex feed off and other things on panel 10? Yes. That 's VHF. See

PLT CDR

Bill, check your S-BAND switches on panel 3. if they're all okay. Yes. That's a good one. They are.

PLT CDR

Oh, yes, they'd have to be okay or you wouldn't have been able to read him on the squawk box. Yes. If there - if - -

PLT 03_ 15 03 22 CDR

It's got to do with the connection of channels A and B together. That 's right. And that 's all internal. All you do - That all happens inside the stuff, I think. Yes. I'm going to recheck it module. Configure c_,m interrupt _4U integrity POWER - I'm going to go once more. Move to co-,_and and verify comm. Do not check. Panel 9, SUIT through the whole darn

PLT

CDR PLT

i

3725
f_

yarn. So I 'm going to be killing some of this stuff. SUIT POWER, OFF. VHF AM, OFF. Okay, it's OFF. POWER, OFF. POWER to OFF, that's center. PLT PLT Disconnect squeal attenuator device; I did that.

Temporary stow; I did that. A]] right, POWER to AUDIO, and that's correct. MODE switch to VOX. VOX it is. VOX SENSITIVITY, 9; INTERCOM, T/R. INTERCOM, T/R; it is. Man, I'm - I'm pushing on the switches, too. I'm making sure this - MASTER, as desired. Okay, MASTER, I got it sitting on 5. I Just figured 5 would be good. I'll put it up to 6. And S-BAND to T/R, pushing on the switch, and it is. Bill, referring to your drawing, our audio panels cemes up on A? Stand by 1. Oh, the CSM 6. Okay, that's over on your side of the house, isn't it? That's affirm. Channel A. Okay. them. They're talking again. Let me go task to which - which of

PLT

034 15 04 52

CDR

PLT PLT CDR

r

PLT CDR PLT

SPT

So if they're working - if B is working, we could Oh, no, because EVA CCU over to B. Yes. We should be able to do that. Is yours ON?

CDR CDR SPT CDR

My SUS UMBILICAL POWER is ON. Yes. Yes.

Well, it would have to be, or we wouldn't be able to hear Bill.

3726

• PLT 03h 15 05 h2 PLT CC PLT CC PLT PLT 03h 15 06 20 CDR PLT CDR

Dang thing. ! Say again, ... ... ... Okay. I'm on channel A, 102. I'm 102 right now. Story. I didn't hear you.

How do you read, Oh, that

Story? Oh, that did.

feels good.

That didn't help any, Story. Tell Story that we Just apparently and B connected together. don't have A

PLT

Somehow it seems like we don't have A and B connected together. Way, way down in the mud. Okay, Story, I - I tried to turn on the EXPERIMENT 1 RECORDER and I never did get the light, but that 's normal. That 's the only - That 's right. - - the most nominal effect I've had. Yes, that 's nominal. That is nominally off nominal.

PLT 034 15 06 58 PLT

CDR PLT CDR CDR PLT CDR PLT

It ain't working right like it's supposed to. Right. I got an uneasy feeling it's all in the command module.

3727

!

034 15 07 35 .CDR

Well, if you've got all three S-BANDs, ON and all three INTERCOMs to T/R, I don't know what else we can do. How about some circuit breakers over there? For

SPT

the S-BANDs. Why don't you check to make they're all in? PLT CDR Okay.

sure that

The thing is, Ed, we're getting S-band on another system, so S-BAND's getting up and down. Well, okay. That 's the only thing we haven 't checked, is circuit breakers. I don't know whether there's anything involved in there that - I don't pretend to understand them fully - that comm system. Well, apparently somebody else doesn't either.

SPT

PLT 034 15 08 08 SPT

Another suggestion, if you get a chance to talk to them, is for us to go over to EVA CCU on CHANNEL B, AUDIO CHANNEL B. Could turn LSU POWER, OFF and switch over. Okay. I'm not quite sure I understand said - said there, Ed. what you

PLT

SPT

We can take our CCU's here EVA and switch over to AUDIO we're CHANNEL B, rather than AUDIO both hooked up now. CHANNEL A, which

CDR PLT

Okay. Well, why don't we do that? a thing to lose. I don't think we have

034 15 08 40

CDR

Okay. Go back, Bill, to your procedure you were reading at the very beginning, what to do if you didn't have comm with the ground. Okay. If all three crewmen lose comm, EV-3 configures CSM panel 6, AUDIO CONTROL to BACKUP. If no Joy - Okay, let me do that. I can hear some squeaking way down in the background.

PLT

034 15 09 2h

SPT

3728

•CDR PLT CDR CC CDR CC SPT CC CDR

Is he talking Yes. Okay.

to you again, Bill?

Okay, now we 're on BACKUP.

Now reading you loud and clear down here. Hey, yes. We got you, too. How do you read us?

Loud and clear, Jer. Okay. How do you read me, Story?

Loud and clear. Okay, Story. I guess Bill took panel 6 and put the AUDIO CONTROL to BACKUP. Yes, nice to know that somebody stand the c_mm system either. else doesn't under-

PLT

034 15 l0 ll

PLT

Okay, let's see, where were we? We were getting ready to depress. Okay. I have inhibited CMG control. I've done a nominal H-CAGE, I think. I'm going to do it again. Negative on the cage, Bill. right now. Okay. All right. Well, I've got to find my place again after all that folderol. We were doing so well, too. Yes. We lost 20 minutes on that one. You're looking good

CC

PLT PLT

CDR 034 15 l0 59 CC

Skylab, we don't understand your previous communication problems, but you're clear to go ahead with the configuration you've got and you're GO for depress. All your systems are looking good. Okay, Story. How are you in reading him, Jerry?

PLT CDR

Oh, a little bit weak, but nice and clear.

I-

3729

•SPT I PLT

A little bit weak, volume.

yes; there's

a wave up in the

Well, I should have done it while I was in there. As soon as we get everything squared away here, I'll go in there and turn up the volume again. Okay. Okay. Airlock module depress. Warning: EV-1 and 2, if cuff gage drops below 3.6 psig during depress, LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE, CLOSE and EV-3, forward hatch PRESSURIZATION EQUALIZATION VALVE to OPEN. Okay. All right, 311, forward hatch PRESSURE EQUALIZATION VALVE to CLOSE. Stand by, it's in work. Okay, it's CLOSEd. EV-1 and 2, note: If LOW VENT FLOW light comes on before depress complete, FLOW select, EVA NORMAL. During depress, cuff gage may read 4.1 max in DELTA-P mode. Warning: EV-3, if rate of climb indicator exceeds 100 feet per minute or if caution/warning, rapid delta-P, PP02, LOW, or CLUSTER PRESSURE, LOW, tell EV-I CLOSE COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE. to

CDR PLT

034 15 ll 45

PLT

-

PLT

EV-I, panel 318. LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE to OPEN. Okay. OPEN. ... LOS; see you over 16 minutes. at Goldstone It's going OPEN now.

DEPRESS;

the

SPT 034 15 12 45 SPT CC

at 15:28,

about

PLT

Okay, Story. EV-3, panel 225, monitor to FORWARD, 0WS stable h.8 to 5.2. Okay, our pressure gage good. is down to 4-1/2.

PRESSURE

034 15 13 01

CDR

4-1/2,

cuff

SPT SPT

Yes, my cuff gage is hanging in there. And we'll be picking it cc_ing in now. up a little ice there. I see

373O

• PLT

I tell you what, to go up there

while

you are doing that that volume up.

I 'm going 1

and tweak

SPT PLT CC

Good idea. And I can boogie back, if any problem comes up. ... over the hill, Skylab, everything here looks good. Okay, Story, thanks. Down to 3-1/2. Mine's looking Cuff gage holding good, 3.85. at 3.75.

CDR 034 15 13 40 034 15 13 43 SPT CDR PLT

Okay, both MASTER VOLUMES full up, panel 6 and 9. Wait until Story comes up again; see how that does it. It'll be around 16 minutes. We're coming over the coastline there. We're going to make that first pass, Jer. Yes. ... the second. Okay, EV-1, ice buildup remove screen from depress to complete the depress. valve after

SI_2

CDR SPT PLT

034 15 14 4_

SPT

Okay, I'm going bit more. Yes, we're Okay. Cuff gage looks Mine 's hanging Actually, we're

to wait until we get down

a little

CDR PLT SPT CDR SPT 034 15 15 36 SPT

down to 2-1/2 now.

good

at 2.75.

in too. up a little bit, 2.78.

How we doing

over there?

Less than 2, 1.6.

3731

I

•SPT

Okay, we're getting down there towards i. Wait'll I take this thing off. We're not picking up much ice on it any more anyway. Why don't you go ahead Okay. I guess re_lly - No, there's no order for it. to leave it. Safe and put it on that way?

CDR SPT SPT

CDR

Yes, after a while, put it back on - after we get depressurized, so that you don't kick it off and lose it. Okay. Okay, how far down do we wait again there, Bill?

SPT SPT 034 15 17 00 PLT

! CDR PLT SPT

Okay. Remove screen from depress valve after ice buildup to complete depress. And then monitor pressure - the - the LOCK PRESSURE to stabilized pressure of 0.3 before hatch opening. And let's see; really don't have - have - You Just use ice buildup Ice buildup. - - as the criteria. Oh, that's good. thinking of hatch That's good. Oh, I was - I was opening. Got what - what we need.

SPT 034 15 18 14 PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT

Cuff gage is 2.78, looks good. What kind of lock pressure do you have now, Ed?

Looking at around 0.4 or so. Okay. ... - Less than or equal hatch opening. to point zero - 0.3 psi before

SPT

Okay, why don't you Just read - read hatch opening; we won't do it.

3732

•PLT

Okay, EVA hatch opening. EV-3, start watch for beginning of EVA. So you give me a mark when you get ready to start. Okay. Panel 319, EVA hatch retainer engaged position, verify. That's verified now. Hatch handle Okay. Hatch handle, OPEN. Okay. Verify hatch handle Okay. Okay, open hatch, then engage the hold-open rod. Okay. All right, EV-1 and 2, when depress is complete, MODE SELECT, ABSOLUTE. Just a second here. That that 's right. After you open the hatch, you go ABSOLUTE, huh? That 's correct. Okay, well, how we doing there, Jer? you think? We about 3.3, fully clockwise. lock to unlock, when you get ready. spring loaded to

I

SPT PLT

03h 15 18 40

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT

-

SPT PLT SPT

CDR 034 15 19 15 SPT

Oh, I got - got bad angle; I can't tell. Okay, we got - the lock itself is reading 0.3 and we're reading 0.4 on the aft. They should be the same.

PLT

I f_ • SPT [ Well, they should Now we're reading lock ... - 3733

be, yes. It's gage inaccuracy. around 0.25 or so on the

PLT

Okay, that looks good. here.

Now let me hack my watch

03h 15 19 33

SPT PLT

Okay, hatch handle going OPEN. HACK. Okay, I got 15:20 [sic]. Okay. How you doing, Jer?

03h 15 19 3h

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

That 's what I have, 19 • Got 19 and I'm reading Okay - I'm reading 3.93.

3.8.

- - and I'm going to go ahead and read these. may have already done part of it.

You

I

SPT-EVAOkay. PLT EVA hatch retainer spring loaded to engaged position, verify. Hatch handle lock to unlocked. That 's done. Hatch handle, OPEN. Yes, fully clockwise. Open hatch,

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Verify hatch handle fully clockwise. engage hold-open rod. In work.

SPT-EVA PLT

You're off and running. And I'll start a second watch. Okay, when the depress is complete, which it is, MODE SELECT, ABSOLbT_: - slight cuff gage decrease. PRESSURE select, to BOTH, verify. Okay.

SPT-EVA

3734

I

• PLT SPT-EVA

FLOW select,

EVA NORMAL.

I
Okay, now wait a minute, hold on. there. I was doing something. Okay, let me go back Well, and start Let's go back

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT -EVA CDR-EVA

all over again.

Just the configuration

for the PCU.

You put your DELTA-P Okay.

to ABSOLUTE.

Expect a little bit of dropoff then stabilization. PRESSURE Okay. Verify your PRESSURE verified select select to BOTH.

in suit pressure

and

034 15 20 43

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

is BOTH. at 3.6. _

034 15 20 h8

SPT-EVA

And that's Okay. FLOW

at BOTH and I'm looking

PLT SPT-EVA

select,

EVA NORMAL. in good shape. EVA

I

I'm looking at 3.7 and we're NORM coming up. I 'm good. Okay, that was Just that - No, that I'm going No, no. ... - back to 103. Don't bother.

CDR-EVA PLT

a bit rough,

the way I read

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

EV-2 - We got it.

We've got it. _I] right. EV-3, verify EV-1 and 2 V0X keying satisfactory. Well, that 's already done. Monitor radiation. Okay. Go to appropriate EVA section. Okay, stand by while I organize the papermill.

3735

"SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Okay - EVA-4 - - - how about giving if you will, please? All right, sir. clothesline. foot restraints me a little umbilical there,

CDR-EVA PLT 034 15 21 43 SPT-EVA

Okay, EVA-4,

Okay, I am out and in the temporary there, Bill.

PLT

Okay, face - All right, ingress VFR [sic] foot restraints. Manage - EV-2 manages EV-1 LSU; obviously did. Okay; AM/VF Okay. EV-I, assist EVG -EV-2, pull Velcro strap on VC clothesline container, retrieve clothesline hook - Oh, yes. - - hook, attach hook to inside hatch handle. I'll tell you what, sunrise? Oh, stand by. 3:51. 3minutes and 51 seconds? I - How much time until lock it in, Bill? operations.

CDR-EVA PLT
i

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

PLT 034 15 22 20 PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Yes, Roger. Let's get T025 out there and set up. this clothesline stuff later. Uh - 25 is what's time critical. We want to get going as soonas we get sunrise. We can do

PLT CDR-EVA

3736

• SPT-EVA PLT

You got a point.

Okay

... - -

Okay, you can go ahead and be passing it out. I'll - All right. - - turn over here to the proper place. Okay, I want to make sure I got it tethered.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Remember, the T025 stuff is on some page in the back of the book, 7 - section 7, I think. Yes. Okay, Ed, here she comes. Okay. All right, verify clamp is open, finger is deployed, and position clamp on ATM truss halfway to or beyond the first section of D-I handrail. Okay. Okay. The finger is not deployed any more.

PLT 034 15 23 36 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

Just pass it out and I'll get her.

Okay, secure clamp by turning top knob clockwise You know how to do that. Okay, Just a minute. There you go - A] ] right. - - restraint on it and locked. Hold on to it until I get -

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03h 15 24 14 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, I've got it. All right. All right. Okay now, finger side. deployed.

It's on the other Wait There a minute. it is.

3737
/--

•CDR-EVA 034 15 24 49 SPT-EVA

Okay. Okay, I'm going to up my cooling a little bit here. Okay. Okay. New this thing goes on the top side, that right ? That 's affirm. Let's see, the way we worked this before is I punched the button and you took care of shutter speed, didn't you? Yes, Yes, I think that worked real well. fine. is

SPT-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

I liked that.

That works

Do you need me to cc_e out and hold you? Oh - I've got to come out anyway, I guess. No I got to get the filtersout. I'ii bring them out and put them on the temporary storage hook for you. 0kay. Let's see how we - This thing doesn't it? Not on top. goes underneath,

SPT-EVA 034 15 25 45 SPT-EVA

PLT

The - the clamp goes on top. Well, of course it has to go on top. It only works - well, one way. Oh, I think I see now. Hold on, that Sun is up and I got to get my visor down. Think about this -

SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA 034 15 26 26 PLT

Okay, I'm going to read you this again. Position clamp on strut halfway or beyond the first section of D-1 handrail. Secure clamp by turning top knob clockwise until tight. Then turn lower knob counterclockwise until tight, the JAmnut. Yes. I can see that Jamuut. Right now I Just got to get the whole thing on here. One of the

SPT-EVA

3738

problems is where I've got my - my hook located. Huh. Three-handed Job, I get here. 03h 15 27 21 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Okay, the filter box is out now. Huh. I don't know ... I'm running into, but I Just can't seem to get the fellow on here. Maybe we need to - to make it longer, all the way to the end. screw it

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Is the finger spring loaded? There we go. Now I don't know if I'm going to be able to rotate it. I'm hitting that top. Something doesn't look right, Ed.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I agree with you. You got my - I'll come over to you. Just pull me in there. Ah. I pulled that All right. I think it's upside That's right; down. darn thing off again.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

I think it is too, Ed.

It doesn't

go on the top; it goes on the bottom.

Let me get out and hold you. I'll be all for that. You get out and get into the foot restraints hold you. Okay, because here. this is a real arm wrestling and

SPT-EVA

match

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, Just relax a minute

until I get out there.

Because as I recall, last time also we were reading the exposures from the top and this would be from the bottom.

3739
f-034 15 28 46. PLT Yes, you should he able to adjust that shutter speed knob fairly comfortably from the foot restraints out there. Yes, okay. working. Okay, I see the way the - the finger is

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC

I'm going

to use the foot

restraints,

Ed.

Yes, okay.

There we go. you loud and clear; state-

Skylab, we're reading side 15 minutes. Roger, Story.

PLT SPT-EVA

Hello, Story. Okay, I think that 's - that 's the proper position. I'm not sure what those words said, Bill, but they didn't tell the story. Bill, Houston. Go ahead, Story. If you run into any coma problems, is a cutout that we sent up to you there, all - all the panels, 6, 9, that same configuration. That's a for you. Okay. Jer, what What Yes. I'm standing in your foot restraints, holding you. are you doing there? on page 1.2-15 and on panel i0 and 10, should be little s,,m.nary

CC 034 15 29 22
i

PLT CC

PLT 034 15 29 47 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

mn I doing?

Oh, okay - I di - Okay, Just - let me get up there Give me a pull - Okay, Story, those are all correct that way. - - so my head gets up there I 'm doing. ... I got to see what

PLT SPT-EVA

37h0

• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CC

How's

that?

No, not good enough. There you go. Okay.

Okay, Bill, no change is needed. That's Just a s11mmary in case you run into any problem. Okay, let go a little bit a minute, Jer, and I'll I'll get positioned in there, if you'll Just hold me there. Oh, it's my umbilical; that's what's holding me up. Would you unloosen that fellow? That's still - I think it's in that restraint. Yes, there you go. Okay.

03h 15 30 07

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC CDR-EVA CC

There we go. CDR, Houston. Go ahead.

While you're planning that T025, one unknown to us down here is how you plan to use Nikon 02. Do you plan to transfer that - that eye relief, or not ? Yes, we'll try it. We did it with the glove yesterday, and it was easier than we thought it would be. We'll go on Rusty's advice and give it a whirl. Okay, thanks. And, Story, for your information, opening time. Thank you, Bill. 15:19. 15:19 was hatch

CDR-EVA

CC PLT

CC SPT-EVA

Okay, I can take this tether off now, and it'll ms](e it a lot easier to work. This is going to be another day of finger exercises. Yes. Okay, now Just lean me forward again there.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

37hi

•CDR-EVA

... sure. tether. Okay.

I Just

got finished

clamping

your

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

There we go. on those knobs,

Okay, how about the good words Bill?

034 15 31 30

PLT

Okay. Let me read it again here. Position clamp on strut halfway or beyond the first section of D-1 handrail. Secure clamp by turning top knob clockwise until tight, then turn lower knob counterclockwise until tight. Okay. Okay, Okay. Okay, In work. that's EV-2, that's complete. pass filter already done case to EV-1. and it's in place.

03h 15 31 56 03h 15 32 23

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

_-

All right. Restrain T020 - okay. I'm going to read this anyway, Just in case there's information that you might need. Restrain T025 filter case on temporary stowage hook. Install filter A to the - to A-l, Alfa 1 position. And align the experiment by turning X and Y knobs until Sun image is located in the center of occulting disk. Image will appear orange in center - Hey, Ed, look; there's the whole Valley over there. See it? Hold on. San Joaquin Valley, and the Salton of San Joaquin

034 15 32 42

PLT

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

The Sierras, Sea. Yes. Beautiful. Oh, yes. So we're

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03h 15 33 12 CDR-EVA

out over Arizona,

probably

Flagstaff.

3742

_

•PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

I can see the Grand Yes. There it is.

Canyon

from in here.

Lake Powell. Let's take a look at that Garlock if it runs to Las Vegas. That's of us. Yes. Uh-uh, Fault and see

CDR-EVA

a little bit too far out and to the west

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 15 33 34 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

You can't get good not from here.

definition,

can you?

Beautiful. That it is.

We sure got a pretty

country,

Houston.

Okay, back Okay, now.

to the salt mines.

We're Just about over Salt Lake City right now. Okay. Hold on, Bill, I'm trying to get this thing lined up and, until you get the Sun in there Skylab, Houston. Go ahead. Jer, we don't want you to get too far downstream on T025. You got at least another 50 minutes until sunset and we're thinking that it may be in the way of running the clothesline up and down to the center workstation. Okay. Do you want us - Do you want us to put T025 in and do the clothesline work first? I was under the impression we wanted to get T025 out of the way first of all. Yes. That's the way the checklist is written, isn't it, Bill? Doesn't it have that in there?

SPT-EVA

CC CDR-EVA CC

034 15 34 20

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

37h3
/--

• PLT

I don't know - the checklist - I was reading and I hadn't gotten that far - Just deploying the clothesline. Well, the very first comment on the very page for egress says to do T025. first

CDR-EVA

PLT

That's right. 25 minutes prior to first ESS. That's correct. It says stop normal EVA ops and start T025 ops approximately 25 minutes prior to first ESS. 0kay, so - We - we have _7 minutes to go. They're planning then, I guess. on T025 on the second day pass

CDR-EVA PLT 03h 15 35 03 CDR-EVA

PLT

Well, apparently they think they can get it all in in 25 minutes. Well, let's leave it right here and see if the clothesline an be deployed c now. Okay, I'm going to drop back and regroup here. Ed, it would be nice if you could get it aligned, so you didu't have to waste any time doing that, you
knOW.

03h 15 35 12

CDR-EVA

03h 15 35 16

PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

That 's what Okay.

I 'm doing

right

now.

You know, I don't see anything red. I can see the sunlight in there, but I do not see the red You get Just a hint of red on the edges, if I remember correctly. I was really torn with doubt there, whether or not I was doing it right. Wait a minute. There we go. There's
US •

PLT

SPT-EVA

Now we're

coming

in.

There

we go.

03h 15 35 5h

CDR-EVA

a lot of red land down there

underneath

37&4 • SPT-EVA Let's hear the words thing, Bill. on the alignment for this

PLT

Okay. Align experiment by turning X and Y knobs until Sun image is located in center of occulting disk. Image - Bill, Houston. Go ahead. - - will apear orange in center and red on edges. Go, Story. We'd like you to get going on S020 right now and then you'll have plenty of time, we think, to get going on S - T025 prior to sunset. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay, now that says to me, if I've interpreted what he says correctly, that we go right straight to the unstow S020. Yes. Okay, unstow; I'm going to page 2.4-2 where it says unstow $020. Unstow S020; verify mounting bracket is fully open. I'm sorry, there's a write-in step here. Unstow thermometer. We'll get the thermometer after we get up here.

CC CDR-EVA PLT

CC

SPT-EVA 034 15 36 34 PLT CDR-EVA 034 15 36 38 PLT

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA PLT

Okay. I 'm with you. From airlock module pouch next to panel 316 - Well - Okay, unstow S020 We're sort of ad hoc-ing this. Okay. I thought I understood what we were going to be doing today, but I guess I didn't.

CDR-EVA 034 15 37 19 CDR-EVA

37_5
f_

PLT

l'm very confused myself. Unstow 8020. Verify mounting bracket is fully open. Place VACUUM VALVE/SHUTTER CONTROL to VENT. A11ow 15 seconds to vent. Hello, Hi. Sure a pretty pass here this time. Sure is. Looks like they got a good day down there. Wide open. Here we are, Ed. EVA days are always good. Boy, that is beautiful. Ccme here, Jer, and let me put a wrist tether that fellow before we do anything. Man, the entire central plains is wide open. Okay, I've got it. Okay, this thing boy, does it go up on top? Yes, Yes. it does. Maybe we can fit it inside there. goes - Oh, on Houston! Hi, gang!

SPT-EVA CC PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA CC 034 15 37 52 034 15 37 55 PLT SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

It goes between. San Antonio, Austin. Man I

Okay, Jer, I may need a little bit more of the Soaring right over the top of - Houston ship channel. It shows up quite well. Okay, _1] I'll get the thermGmeter ready.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03_ 15 38 58 SPT-EVA

right.

Why don't you Just put that on the temporary stowage hook, Jer?

37_6

• 0DR-E_A PLT SPT-EVA

Okay, Okay. Hold on.
nOW •

I'm Just clamping

this thing

down here

PLT

All right. words.

Just tell me when you want some more

SPT-EVA

I've got it on the truss now, Bill. got to Okay.

I've Just

PLT SPT-EVA

I've - Wait a minute. Hold on. What I'm doing is tightening it up before I take off my wrist tether. Yes. Just to be on the safe side I will briefly reread the words so you'll make doubly sure that you got everything right. Okay. Oh, boy. This is beautiful. ._

PLT

SPT -EVA SPT-EVA 03h 15 40 18 SPT-EVA

I'm going to have to slide T025 down a little bit, Jer. Okay. You need to have me hold anything?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

No. I Just got to get two hands on it. Up a little bit. Wait a minute, I'm going to put that thing on there. It's a doggone shsme you've got to move it. You know S020 does go on the far side of the truss toward the top, I guess, as you're looking at it. AII right.

PLT

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Yes, if you can hold my feet, Jer. Okay.

37_7

• SPT-EVA

Yes, I need to be moving this thing down. The only way l'm going to do it is work it - walk it on down there. All right. There we go. will go. Okay. Let me tighten her up a bit. Too bad, after I had all that alignment work done on it. Skylab, we're a minute and a half until LOS; Vanguard will be coming up in 12 minutes at 15:54. And, Bill, Houston. Go ahead, Story. Prior to starting your alignment on S020 or T025, go ahead and ENABLE CMG CONTROL. Okay. Okay, got S020 set? No, I don't, l'm *** right now, Jer, l'm putting T025 back on. But the second clamp - the second knob - rotating. Okay. Lock that one, then I got S020 on, but l've got to move it over a little bit because its knobs are interfering with D-7. Okay, I got you now. See, that's why I had to move that whole shebang
down.

CDR-EVA 034 15 42 01 SPT-EVA

Let me get - this thing tethered. Probably got it about as far as it

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

034 15 h2 23

CC

PLT CC

PLT 034 15 42 45 CDR-EVA 034 15 42 49 SPT-EVA

034 15 h2 58 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes. Okay, that should do it. that up. Thank you, Story. Now let me Just tighten

PLT

37h8

_PT-EVA PLT

So long,

Story.

Ed, now before you start the S020 alignment and the T025 alignment again, l've got to do a CMG enable. Okay. Just let me know when you're Go ahead, Okay. l'm ready. Now, if you'll allow me to turn to my right side here, l've got to get under here where I can see the Okay. Okay, CMG control is enabled. the alignment. Okay. It 's in work. with your helmet. You're banging T025 Let's press on with l'm done.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 15 44 14 PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Be carefUl camera.

SPT-EVA

Yes. Unfortunately, Jer, the only way you can get in here to see the image on S020 is to move right Okay, Story, I'm watching the rates. ... going to have to sight along the top here first. Outer gimbals look in very good shape. There we go. What's the attitude error there, Bill?

034 15 44 39 PLT 034 15 44 43 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

Okay, stand by for attitude error. I was looking at rates. I should've been looking at attitude error. You're right. Okay, we've got 0.1 degrees. Okay, that honked So you should - it in pretty fast.

SPT-EVA PLT

• SPT-EVA PLT PLT

Yes, I - I - I'm Just getting the - Your alignment should be good.

Okay, we're reading 000, and now I'm going to look at your rates. The rates are very low. In the noise almost. Okay, you're GO for alignment. Yes. Verify the film advance knob ... Okay, we got the big - big image in the square. And I'll record that as soon as you start my exposure. Okay, now we want to open it up, don't we? Place OPEN. Okay, Okay. First of all you want to go to VENT. I hope I can read my alignment. Okay, we're at VENT and you want to stay at VENT for how long? 15 seconds. past that. Well, It should have already been long VACUUM VALVE/SHU2TER That's while you're CONTROL to SHUTTER in stowage, of course.

PLT CDR-EVA 0B4 15 46 B3 PLT SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I'll put it in stowage.

034 15 47 l0

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT

I've not gone to VENT yet. Okay, I thought

Oh, I - I called that out earlier. you were already in VENT. No, we're All right. in VENT now. 15 seconds.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Okay, and now you want That 's correct, knob at S. It is verified.

to go SHUTTER OPEN. No, verify film advance

stowage.

SPT-EVA

_r

3750

• PLT

Place VACUUM OPEN. Yes

VALVE/SHUTTER

CONTROL

to SHUTTER

SPT-EVA 034 15 47 42 PLT

... alignment

...

Okay, got it mounted. Verify the ... long description on how to adjust S020 ... You know better than I do how to adjust it. ... alignment .... get another better aligment. Oh, beautiful. I can't do better than that. Okay, let me tell you. The - A little wall that's right in the center of the larger one is in octal - is up - about 1 unit ... a scale of 10. And there's four hash m-rks; so each one is 2. So it's up 1 and to the left about 1/2. Up and left to 1/2, on the large image.

SPT-EVA

PLT 034 15 48 47 SPT-EVA

Okay, I got it. Okay, now, what's the first exposure, have time for it? or do we

034 15 48 51 PLT

We have a 60-minute exposure; we have a 30-minute exposure; we've got 34 minutes to go, here. Let's get the 30. Okay. Then you'll - the 30-minute you'll tell me when it's started. call that number 1. Okay, are you ready? exposure, if I'm going to

_.

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 15 49 l0 SPT-EVA 03h 15 49 ii PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

I 'm ready. Okay, MARK. MARK. We' re at number And that was 1. [sic]. Same on. stand by -

at 48:35

Okay, let me verify alignment again. alignment. That's good. Let's press

3751

• PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay,

I want

to set a watch

here. TIMER.

You may want to set your That's what I'm setting. Thank Yes. you, Jer. What 's next now?

EVENT

The - I'm watching my clock here while I'm reading, so I may stop talking. Adjust S020 until - Okay, -,_e did that. Voice record best ali_ament; we've done that. Initiate/terminate exposure: film advance knob clockwise to next exposure and voice mark. Okay, I've got the time on that. What about temperatures now? When temperatures? Just before sunset? do we measure

03h 15 h9 50 CDR-EVA

PLT

_

Just let me read in the procedure here, Jer. Okay, for every exposure initiated - To terminate an exposure - Okay, if no more exposures are required - Okay, EV-I, stand by. Okay, I'm going to look at my timer. MARK. counting down, I got ... okay, EV-1 - Do the following procedure, Jerry - at end of daylight pass. Retrieve thermometer from temp stowage hook and take temperature measurement on S020 backplate as base of film advance knob. Hold probe on backplate for 30 seconds for temperature stabilization. Stow thermometer on temporary stowage hook. Okay, so we've got that - Is it out there - the temp stowage hook? Yes, I'm putting it on. tether right now. Okay, and I'll - T025 Okay, filters sounds are on temp good, Jer. stowage hook too. I've got it on a wrist

034 15 50 09

PLT

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDE-EVA SPT-EVA

3752

•PLT

Okay, now - if - if I - if I've been interpreting things properly, we've got S020 cooking for 30 minutes. I will be giving you a call again in 30 minutes. We should now return our attention to T025. Is that the way you read the situation? Yes, sounded to me, the way Story was talking, he wants us to get the clothesline out. like

034 15 51 06

CDR-EVA

PLT

Okay, that's going to screw up the 25-minute period, I think. Maybe it won't. We've got 31 minutes left. I am falling back, regrouping, and starting to read AM/VF operations again. T025 is - is Just about aligned, Yes, I've got it aligned now. So we're ahaed of the time line on 25, Bill. isn't it, Ed?

034 15 51 24 034 15 51 27

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay, I'll - I'll watch the time here. Okay, EV-1, now let me read these procedures. You probably already know what it - Go ahead; EV-1, tially Okay, on VC hook, hook. Yes. Then you're going to pull a Velcro strap on VS clothesline container, retrieve the clothesline hook, attach hook to inside hatch handle. Okay, that's Okay? I'll give you I think that's as far as I need to read right now. in work. press.

SPT-EVA PLT

assist EV-2. Okay. EV-2 is going to parclose airlock module hatch, if required. and then EV-1 is going to pull Velcro strap clothesline container, retrieve a clothesline attach hook to inside hatch handle, and lock

SPT-EVA PLT

034 15 52 08 SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

3753

SPT-EVA

Okay, now I can get up here. anything, I don't believe. 0kay. Okay, now let's see.

You don't

have to close

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Let me make

sure I understand

which one is which. This one's Stm end on my left, and this one is - and out it pops - VC. PLT Okay, and for the record, S020 was started at 15 :48:35 [sic ]; 30-mluute exposure. Okay, now - okay, this thing gets stowed Oh, the hatch there? Yes. There Okay, you go. and the Sun end the same? handle. See the blue handle underneath

034 15 52 38 SPT-EVA 034 15 52 43 CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Affirmative. Yes, both on the same handle.

Attach hook to inside hatch handle, both of them. And lock the hook. What'd it do? Tear off?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, the piece of Velcro tore off, but I can put the Velcro back on with a And when you're Okay. Okay, if you've step after that closed the hatch partially, so you can skip it. and ingress VF foot the next ready, I can continue reading.

034 15 53 23 PLT CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT

We didn't do that,

EV-1, egress VR foot restraints restraints. Okay, that'll be in work.

CDR-EVA

375_

• PLT CDR-EVA

Clamp own LSU in aft clamp Okay, that's he's getting

at approximately

9 feet. -

already been done. back to VF now.

He's getting

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 15 54 08 SPT-EVA PLT 034 15 54 16 CDR-EVA 034 15 54 21 PLT

Okay, E_fU status check on both of you. Okay. Stand by. Okay, EV-1 looking Okay, Jer. Okay, EV-2 is 3.7 and no lights. All right. required). We're good. Fold boom hooks toward hatch (if at 3.62 with no lights.

SPT-EVA PLT 034 15 54 38 CDR-EVA 034 15 54 41 SPT-EVA 034 15 54 40 PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Press.

Okay, EV-2, unstow VS tree and pass to EV-1. Okay, that's Okay. That's right; being taken care of. Coming up. F-15, in work - VS tree.

And, EV-1, stow VS tree in VF receptacle, and lock. Okay. Tell me when that's complete. Okay. It's in work.

SPT-EVA PLT 034 15 55 01 034 15 55 03 SPT-EVA CC

Skylab, reading you loud and clear through the Vanguard for 8 minutes. Roger, Story. And, Bill, I got about four things for you here.

PLT CC

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• PLT CC

Okay.

Press.

On that C_4G control, of course, I'd get that prior to starting the experiments S020 and T025. As a general s11_ary, you'll be in CMG control during the daytime, and after you get through taking your T025 data, you can go back to TACS during the nighttime. And then reenable the CMGs prior to sunrise and starting your T025 or S020. Okay, Story. Since I have the procedure out there, we got sort of bent out of shape on all that co_n problem. That's why I didnot enable the CMGs in that first alignment again. Okay. Okay? We've got S020 going there, Story. We got - -

03h 15 55 44

PLT

034 15 55 53

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Unstow VS tree - Okay, I've

SPT-EVA We got a 30-minute going on that one. got the VS tree. CDR-EVA 034 15 56 02 CC All right.

Okay. We - we think you ought to be running a 60-minute one on that S020 flrst, Ed. Okay. Okay, That'll be fine. that's right; We - we can switch right. ...

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC

that's

And when you get to night, all you got to do is go to STOWAGE in that position. And when you get back into daylight, Just go back to the nnmher that you were taking. Okay, way we're set up, we will get 30 minutes of it this pass and 30 on the next pass. Okay. Okay. Hold on to this, Jerry - I have it.

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA 034 15 56 26 CDR-EVA

3756

• CO

Okay. That sounds fine. And when you're ready for the next exposure, all you have to do is move it up to the next nnmBer. Okay. Roger, Story. Okay. Yes. Have to move that boom hook out of the way. Okay, I got it. You got it. And the VB tree in the receptacle. It's on the way. Okay. Just handing it out to Ed. Okay, let me have that again.

I

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT 034 15 56 h5 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CC 034 15 57 13 PLT CDR-EVA 034 15 57 16 034 15 57 26 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

And the VC treewillbe next. Okay. I'll get it. what a tight fit that was.

I never realized

And, Story, the first -Okay. - - exposure was started at 15:48:30. Thank you. 48:35. Got it ? I've got it. Thank you.

Okay, the VS and the VC tree are in position. Okay. Now it says unstow S020. We've already done that ; however, there are two steps in here which I would like to read Just to make sure we're

3757

in the right configuration. EV-2, unstow the thermometer from airlock module pouch, panel 316; pass to EV-I. And, EV-I, stow the thermometer on temporary stowage hook. CDR-EVA 03h 15 57 48 SPT-EVA That 's done. Okay, we've got that. What I'd like you to do, Bill, is to give me a 10-minute hack before sunset, and I'll start working that thermometer. Okay. All right.

PLT CDR-EVA

Okay. Ed, I'm uneasy about that T025 filter setup, so what do you say we take this tether and tether it to the spacecraft, because we might lose that off the stowage hook while we're reaching for the - 0kay. - - thermometer. Okay. Have you got any extra - Here, I'll tell you what. Why don't we get that extra wrist tether out there? And I might disturb - Well, I've got a waist tether here that'll work. Okay,

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 15 58 ll SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I might disturb alignment; you're right. let's hope - Let's do it with this one. Put the waist tether on the handrail, put this other hook on the eye.

CDR-EVA

and I'll

SPT-EVA

I tell you what; let's put the - let's put it right up here where I can work it then. In other words, I can just tether it right there andand I won't have to take it off the tether in order to - to use it. Okay. Your next step, whenever We're Want you're ready. here.

PLT 034 15 58 h4 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Hold on, now. There we go.

- we're working

something

it off the

stowage hook?

3758

• SPT-EVA

Well, let's see now. Wait a minute. That's the way. You'll be working those filters; so is that where you want it, or would you want it on here? What I'm thinking is, I can move that thermometer over there on this long tether and I'll never have to let go of it. All right. Very good.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

And we can Just leave those T025's right on the stowage hook. Very good. Now if you can just put that on the other end there, on this end. All right. That'll do it. Okay.

CDR-EVA 03h 15 59 29 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Get that little loop there. And it's locked.

Very good. Now let me find a convenient location up here. Oh, I know how to do this. And we'll just put the thermometer cable the temporary - or this restraining hook Sun-end clothesline. Okay. That way she'll be all set to go aud remain in the shade here. Okay. Okay. EV-1. What's the next step, Bill? right in for the

I

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 16 00 09 PLT

Next step.

EV-2, unstow DAC and pass to

CDR-EVA PLT

All right. EV-1, stow DAC on Foxtrot 5, aft of temp stow hook, below clothesline, and lock. Below clothesline?

SPT-EVA PLT

Well, stow DAC on F-5, aft of temporary stowage hook. I think that should probably tell you where to put it. Then if there's any clothesline interference, you put it below the clothesline and lock it.

3759
f--.

• SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Well,

all right. visualizing it myself.

I'm having trouble

Well, the problem is, we don't have the clothesline out or hooked up down by the ... You want Yes, to put your tether on there?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT 034 16 00 54 SPT-EVA

I sure better. sure I didn't miss anything. So there's no - there's

Let's make

No, Jer, it's up here. no _ay. No, that's

PLT SPT-EVA CC PLT CC

just left them there. Let me - Thank you.

Oh, excuse me. Bill, Houston. Go, Story.

I 'm probably saying too much here, but you do have the windows for the data-take times on T025 right there with your cue card, don't you? Windows for the T025? Yes, the ... - That's that permanent general message, Permanent general message 48. Oh, yes, right here. Oh, boy. The one that says start at 16:20 and 09 seconds. Here we go. Bill. I do not have the pad - -

034 16 01 23

PLT CC CDR-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA CC PLT CC

Okay, let me find it. If you don't have them, I can read them to you very nicely. Now it's on there trust it. and locked, but, boy, I don't

SPT-EVA

3760

• CDR-EVA PLT

I've

got to get out through

there. but I don't

I have the permanent general message, see those times on it. I know. Okay. Okay. We'll see what happens here.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

I'll Just take them down, Story. Let's - let's move that fellow

I tell you what. back there.

034 16 02 05

CC PLT CC CDR-EVA

Inside the asterisks, Bill. Houst*** say again. It's - They're inside the asterisks. down at the bottom of

There's two little boxes it, Bill.

CC

Bill, if you're ready to copy, I can read them to you, and - Okay. I don't have them.

PLT CC PLT CC

- - we have about an hour LOS here. Go ahead and give them to me, Story. Okay. The sunset one, start at 16:20:09 at 16:25:19. Good, Ed. Then I'll have to move it forward again. and stop

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC 03h 16 02 51 SPT-EVA CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

And the sunrise times are between 16:57 - Why not just leave - - and 0h seconds Be better Okay. back it right there? and stop at 17:02 - -

further,

if you could do it.

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• CC PLT CC

- - and 17 seconds. That was 17:02 and 17?

Yes, sir. And try to take about 20 exposures in the first window and about 20 exposures in the second window. Okay. We're already into our T025 time this time.

PLT 034 16 03 19 SPT-EVA

Okay. Well, that's - that's the point. Now do we want to get going on the clothesline, or do we want to go T0257 You've got about another 17 minutes until the window opens for T025, so you can time it accordingly. We feel you're pretty well set up already. Okay. Yes, we got it all Just about aligned. Okay. Your window doesn't start for about another 16 minutes here at 16:20:09. Thank you, Story. LOS - See you over Goldst *** Okay. I guess I better see. get out there now.

CC

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CC

PLT 034 16 03 44 CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Yes, let's What

Let's hold on and next after passing out the DAC?

- Bill, what's

Okay. We may be able to do one more thing before EV-2, unstow S149 and pass to EV-2 was - must be EV-I. All right; now wait a minute. to put it? Let's leave it in there to take it out. until [sic]. we quit. This

CDR-EVA

Where

are we going

SPf-EVA

you're

actually

going

3762

034 16 04 i0. PLT

Well, you asked what the next thing was, and that's what itsaid. Well, let's - let's Just hear what going to do with it. Okay. Stow S149 on F-6 handrail clip. Experiment towards EV-1. towards EV-1. Yes. That's it; experiment it says you're

I

CDR-EVA

PLT

near clothesline Something - e-x-p-t

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

towards

EV-1. data.

And I still can't find that general message Okay. Yes. Okay. Let's forget 149 for right now.

We don't need it out here; we've got enough things. So what have we got? We got T025 com_ug up; for that we can't - If you run down to the center workstation,then we're working .... Yes. Okay. What will come up after the S149, Bill? Stand by. I never saw anything -

CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 04 56 PLT

Still confused about T025. I don't see anything - -

CDR-EVA

I - I showed it to you this morning, but I'll bet it's still down in the wardroom. Remember I showed you that permanent general little boxes in it? message with the two

PLT CDR-EVA

Yes.

I remember you showing it to me. it's probably Just still sitting

Yes, and I think down there.

034 16 05 13

PLT

Okay. All right. The - After the S149 we have TV; we don't do that. EV-1, assist EV-2 in translation and manage EV-2 LSU and clothesline. Yes. And then we start into the film ... more.

SPT-EVA

3763

• CDR-EVA

Yes. Well, let's Just don't do it. this first batch of T025 work done. Yes. Okay. Now -

Let's

get

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Tell you what; let's Just get T025 go. What's the first filter? First filter will be Alfa 1. going here.

all set up to

PLT

What's the - I'm exposures

to start all over on all three

SPT-EVA PLT

That 's good. All right. Alfa l, 1/1000, and frame will be No, can't be that. Alfa l, 1/1000. There are 40 frames total here. Okay. Well, let's see, Ed, why don't I get out and get in there,and once we get all set up and ready for the first exposure, Bill can read us some things like Nikon ops and some of those. Yes. Okay. Let's get everything for those exposures. All right. all set up here

SPT-EVA 034 16 06 18 CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

You want to come on out and help me do a realignment once we get that filter in there and everything? Okay. Coming out. -

CDR-EVA 034 16 06 22 PLT

Okay. Now the 16 - We have to stop at 16:20 Wait a m_nute. 16:20:09 he gave me. That's coming up shortly. That 's right. We have to stop at that time, as I understand Well, I got the impression we started. he said that's

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

it.

when

z

[

31'64

• SPT-EVA

That's when the window opens. at comet apparently still.

See, we're

looking

PLT

Okay. Then understand. I understand then. Okay. We - At 16:20; we've got, oh, about 12 minutes to go. You know, something like that though, they ought to - they ought to really tell you what the general objective is so you don't have to figure it out. Well, I thought - It was all there; we Just didn't read it well enough, that's all. Okay. I saw I got And I close that T025 stuff at the beginning, and I just the impression they wanted that thing early. forgot that we were going to be working to sunset.

SPT-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA 03_ 16 07 31 CDR-EVA

PLT

You're ri - I thought you had brought that sheet up here. You post - you pointed to the paper here, and I've - I Just assumed that was it, and it was a different one. It certainly was no Nothing startling about that, that'd lead you to believe you needed to bring that up here. Okay, tell me when you're I'm in position. Okay. Now let me turn around. I guess I really got to get my back going in again. I'm afraid I don't have the right filters in. I - I got this - I in position.

SPT-EVA 034 16 08 07 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT

CDR-EVA

No, Bill, the card is good. The only thing the general permanent message had on it, Bill, was the the window time. Okay.

PLT

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• CDR-EVA

I thought we asked them they said yes.

if the card was good and

PLT

Well, that's what I thought too. That's why I thought, well, the card's good; shoot, I'll use that. So - The - the only thing the PGM had on it was the windows. Okay. And he's read those up to you. We're in good shape. You want to get the filter that ? That'd First Alfa be a good idea. filter's i, i/i000 A, right? of a second. _ifa right on top. in before you finish

CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 08 44 PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

All right.

There's

All right. I'm going to have to - Something is I'm hitting in the back here. And I've not - ... you ruin an operation. Okay. Okay. We got about 13 minutes to go in daylight, Ed. I'll try to give you another hack at 10. Okay. We're going to be working too, aren't we? That 's affirm. Tell you what I'm going to do is try and get that thermometer set up right now. Let me get T025 aligned, and I'll set up that thermometer. Good The show. How's that, right there? T025 at that time

034 16 09 35

PLT

SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

alignment? you.

No, on the holding

3766

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Oh. Okay.

Pretty

good,

Jer.

Okay. I have got myself - As I look exactly in the center of that filter, I got myself a nice orange ball; so I assume we've got ourselves good occulting. That should be good. Okay. Now you can Just move back here a little, Jer, and get this thing out_ Take my tape off, all the good grease on it. Greasy kid's stuff. Okay. Clamp this on here without disturbing S020 too much. Okay. We'll Just let all of that I'll read it. Okay. I'm going stabilize; then

PLT SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA

03h 16 ll 51

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

to let go of you, Edward. to the surface,

I wanted to get this thing normal that's all,Jer,so - Oh, I see. Make Okay.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 16 12 13 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

sure I get good contact. alignment still okay? -

Is your

It looked when I took a quick glance at it before Do it again. That's the trouble here to - Yes, it looks good. Okay. Okay. I'll tell you what, I'll give you an S020 Just before we start the T025 ops, and I'll give you one exactly at sunset if we get a chance. Okay. When do we start the T0257 which is about 8 minutes away -

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

At 16:20:09, 7 minutes.

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• SPT-EVA

Okay. S020.

In another _ minutes or so, we'll go for

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

How long is that window, Bill? 5 minutes and i0 seconds. And what are we looking for in the way of exposures? Okay, i/i000, 1/30, h, i, 1/15, and 1 - They're all short. All right. So you know, it's just about as quick as you can reset them. All right. Of course, there's filter changes too. Y es. Thereare filter changes. All right, 1/1000; let me get the little knob here set. Okay. 1/1000 is set. Okay. And let's see, you're going to want the - this little Jobber-do, aren't you? Yes. Let's pull it back, and I'll get the tape out of here. All right. You didn't quite get it. Yes, I can't push myself away or I'm going to hit these in - instruments.

SPT-EVA 03h 16 13 09 PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT -EVA PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 03h 16 13 28 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

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Okay.

I got it. without dinging

I've got nothing to work against the alignment on both of them. (Laughter). As I recall, Okay. that was that

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 16 14 06 SPT-EVA

same problem

last time.

Alignment is still perfect. Good. I guess we don't see Story and those guys until Goldstone again, huh? I didn't hear what he said was next.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Well, I would _magine; we picked them up on Goldstone now - or before. Or is it Guam? No. Well, we Just left Vanguard, so we're coming up If we miss Tananarive, our next chance would be Guam and then either Hawaii or Goldstone. Okay. 0kay. We've got i/i000 set in.

CDR-EVA

034 16 14 48

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

And - Little extra

Why don't I read an S020 for you? data won't hurt. Okay.

PLT SPT-EVA

*** trick. Jer, need you to hold my feet ; this is a two-handed operation, I'm afraid. Okay. I 'm pushing down on you. Okay, you want to give

CDR-EVA PLT

Don't touch it (laughter). me a new reading. 84.5. 84.5? Yes.

034 16 15 21

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

3769
•SPT-EVA Let me put that thing down in there that thing is really faint. again. Boy,

034 16 16 09

PLT

Okay, now the lights are on; I turned the lights on, so they should be on in the FAS. Sort of think they're trying to anticipate any problems that might come up here when we hit darkness. Yes. Should be ready Just to press right on with it. And I'm going to let - If I - I remember correctly from the first EVA, S020 should run right on to darkness. No, they They do? Yes. Okay, Bill Okay. What's our next - I mean, how long window, 5 minutes and something? is our T025 - go ESS.

CDB-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA PLT I

No, it's - Yes, it's about 5 minutes and lO seconds. Yes, and then when's the next one? At sunrise?

At - No, I think the following sunset.

CDR-EVAOkay. SPT-EVA CDE-EVA PLT 034 16 16 53 SPT-EVA PLT Yes. That 's right. 57 ••• - Just plain old 233 type. And they're about 5-minute windows. And seeing

CDI_-EVA Well, that camera is only seeing all around the occulting disk?

- Is that

3770

•SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Yes, Yes.

it is; sure.

Yes, they've Yes. As I recall; Boy,

got 25-degree

field of view or so.

something

like

that. over here.

I sure could use a handrail

Yes, it would be nice. Looking forward to that T025 ops, Ed, if we - I think if we could do it this way, I won't be talking when you're trying to do something. I'll give you the filter and the exposure if you' ll tell me when it's complete. Okay? Okay. What's the next filter after A-1 at 1/1000?

CDR-EVA 034 16 17 42 PLT

Okay, it should be Alfa 1 at 1/30; Alfa 2 at 4 seconds; Alfa 2 at 1 second; Alfa 3 at 1/15; and AL - After - and then Alfa 3 at 1/500. After Alfa 3 at 1/500, we switch to Bravo for about seven exposures, looks like - Okay.

034 16 17 59

CDR/SPT EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

We got the idea. And so forth. Are any of them timed 4 seconds. Well, there's a 4-second and a 1-second - exposures? Manual timing?

I'll have to give you those, anything that's more than 1 second. You could select 1 second. That's Okay. right. You can select 1 up there.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

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034 16 18 18

.PLT

And let's see. One, two, three - There are only three 4-second exposures in the whole kit and caboodle. So we ought to be able to press fairly rapidly through that. Did you write Yes, I did. Okay. Let me give you one more before onto this frame. Okay, it was 84.5 degrees at 16:15. now? Well, hold on. don't you? we start down the S020 temperatures?

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

PLT

What is it

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

You need a holder,

Well, maybe I can - Okay, l've got you; it's no problem. it all right? I got to rotate All right. There we are. a little more Can you reach

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to my right.

Got you. Thank Okay, 8_.2. 84.2. 0kay. Tell me when you do it. Got it. Okay, 16-And if you can put S020 to stowage now. you. we need to get ready to put S020 to stowage.

!r

3772

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Now. All right - -

When does - When does T025 start? Okay, 20, 15.

Stand by Just a sec. You okay? And at - Yes.

- - 16:20; start in about 1 minute. Okay. Actually in about 30 seconds; so we can get all set up. And I'll give you a hack when you're free to start. All right. Okay. We're set; 1/1000. the first exposure. We got A-1. Okay. 16:20:09 is the time, and that's coming up in about 20 seconds. All right. anchored? We're ready to go on

CDR-EVA 03h 16 19 _0 SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Now are you well enough Yes. Okay, I'm good. good.

And our alignment is good. realign 8020 next time too. Stand by. All right. 16: 20 :09.

I'm going to have to

PLT CDR-EVA PLT

I'ii Just give you a GO.

3773

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MARK.

You got a GO. the first one's done, open and closed.

All right, Okay. Okay.

Our second

one is Alfa 1 at 1/30.

Go ahead, Jer. OPEN, CLOSEd; it's done. Alfa 2 for h seconds, and I'll give

Alfa - Filter you a count.

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Let him get it on T. Okay, we're Alfa Alfa Okay. on T.

2 filter. 2 set. Just tell me when you're ready for a mark.

I - I'm ready. Stand by MARK. Okay. MARK. Okay. Alfa 2 filter again for 1 second. ourselves.

Just put it on the i, and we can do that Right. Okay, Okay. CLOSEd. Filter Alfa 3, 1/15. Tell me when it's on i, Jer. OPEN it 's completed.

377h

034 16 21 09 .SPT-EVA 034 16 21 ii 034 16 21 12 CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 21 22 034 16 21 24 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Set. Okay, OPEN. CLOSEd. Filter Okay. OPEN, Alfa 3, 1/500. set, Jer.

That's CLOSEd.

Filter Bravo i; change filters. Okay. Changy, changy. the box,

Okay. If - I'll put out Alfa. There's if you can Just line her up there.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Can you get it in, or - Let me try real Hold on; I can get it. You don't Oh - Wait a minute. you go.

have any - There

Yes, I - I - (Laughter) Don't really things. (Laughter) That was too much. Bravo - Bravo 1 - Bravo There's Bravo Okay. Bravo going in Ed's finger have stuck in it. of

a habit

of doing those kind

CDH-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT 034 16 22 09 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

1 and 1/30. The alignment still good?

1 at 1/30.

Let me check it. Well, I can't see, Jer. When you put the filter in, you can't see that - 0h, that 's right. Bravo i, 1/30. Okay. You ready? it's complete.

CDR-EVA PLT

Tell me when

3775

034 16 22 32

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

OPEN, Bravo We'll

CLOSEd. i, 1 second. check it when we take Bravo out again.

All right. Okay. OPEN, Bravo CLOSEd. 2, 1 second. OPEN, CLOSEd.

034 16 22 46

CDR-EVA PLT

034 16 22 56

CDB-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Here we go. Bravo Bravo When's Okay. Okay. Okay. Bravo Bravo

2, 1/15. 2, 1/15 coming the window About We've Here up.

end, Bill? 25 - 23:11, 25:19.

2 minutes.

034 16 23 15 034 16 23 16

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

got 15 set up. it goes. OPEN, CLOSEd.

3, 1/4; 3.

one-quarter.

One-quarter. set. CLOSEd.

034 16 23 36 034 16 23 37

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

One-quarter Okay. Bravo That's OPEN, OPEN,

3, 1/250. set. CLOSEd. All you've got to do is change

034 16 23 52 034 16 23 55

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Bravo 4, 1/250. filter setting. Here we go. Just a minute.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Got it?

3776

034 16 24 08 034 16 24 09

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. OPEN, CLOSEd. Bravo go. Okay. 4, i/4 second. A minute and i0 seconds to

034 16 24 18

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

OPEN,

CLOSEd. Alfa 1 - -

Alfa filter now. Oh, for crying Why we go - Don't ask me why. Here you go. Must be time. Yes, time usage. 1/1000 Well, Okay.

out loud!

of a second,

if you can be setting

that

in.

034 16 24 37

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT -EVA

I'm fitting filter A in right now. Fine. We're doing pretty good, actually. Okay, Alfa 1.

If I can manage to get that 180. l/1000. 1/1000. That's Okay. set. OPEN, CLOSEd.

034 16 24 59 034 16 25 01

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Alfa 2, 4 seconds. And we're coming right up on our time, so let me know when you're ready. Just put it on time. Okay. We're too late. our time. Okay. We're within 4 seconds of

CDR-EVA 034 16 25 18 PLT

CDR-EVA

3777
f_

.SPT-EVA PLT

Aw, heck. Okay, that's - was 15 exposures. pretty good work, fellows. Very good. Okay. I'm going to put this thing back to Alfa 1 so I can check the alignment when we come up again. Okay. So mark where
out -

I think that was

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT SPY-EVA

you are and make

sure you call it

PLT SPY-EVA PLT 034 16 25 36 CDR-EVA

Okay. - - the next time around. I understand. I've got them all checked off here. We need to tape it down

And here's the cables. again. Hold Okay. See if it's 85.7? That's right. dropped on; let me read

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 16 25 48 PLT SPT-EVA 034 16 25 53 PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

our temperature

here.

much;

85.7.

And record

the time here.

16:25:52. Okay. Okay. We can get this cable out of our way tape it, I guess. Now what do we do? on to - and

SPY-EVA

I guess we've got to press

PLT CDR-EVA

I guess we can get the clothesline, Yes.

can't we?

3778

.SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay, let me reach back here to the You may have to do the rest of these by yourself, Ed. We mshe - You know ... - -

SPT-EVA PLT

We made a good dent in them. We got a third of them. There are 40 to do altogether - Okay. We got 15. Well, maybe We got more than a third of them. I can come back then. You need to stow this

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA 034 16 26 31 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

We'll see. Okay, Jet. Jobber here.

CDR-EVA

Oh, tuck it under that tape it out of the way.

or something

and get

SPT-EVA

Yes. Okay, let me get myself I'll do it. 0kay.

anchored

and then

CDR-EVA PLT

Well, let me see here. You've got the clothesline hook attached to the inside handle, right? Right. Okay. Now - let me see; that was supposed to have been done earlier. Okay. Let me have a look around - ahead here. I think what we do is put it on your wrist and we go whistling on down there. Yes. Yes. I read that earlier. looking for the place now. But I can't - I'm Just

CDR-EVA PLT

034 16 27 14

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA

As a matter of fact, I forgot whether Sun end down there with you or not? Okay - -

you take the

PLT

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No, you send it down. - - here we go. That's right. That's right. I knew there was a ...

I'm going to start reading this - I don't know if that's going to hold.

- - if it doesn't make sense, why, let me know. 0kay. That's All good. That'll stay there.

right. in some shoes here.

Now Just let me get back All right, Sorry

I've got to get out then.

about that.

All right, EV-2 ingress VC foot restraints, deploy VC clothesline ; attach bracket, if required. Okay. Attach - Well, Just a second; wait Just a second. Just a minute. First of all - We - we know what we're doing. And, Ed, you need

CDR-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

I've got to get out of here. to attach that rascal - To your wrist.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

- - to my right wrist. And I want to maWe sure I clear T025, so I'll wait until you're in position. Okay. I'm going to have to stay out of these foot restraints to get that hook. Okay. No, that's the Sun end.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 16 28 23 SPT-EVA

378O
•CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT No, not the Sun end. I know. Okay. I Just , I Just _ (Laughter)

Okay, I finally found it. Okay. EV-2 retrieve VC clothesline hook; attach to right glove and lock. 0kay. Egress airlock module; translate to VC.

CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 28 51 SPT-EVA

Yes, they want this - Are we going to do any of this J0P photos at night? Goldang it! I'll tell you, Bill, while I'm going out there, you might read the Nikon - the Nikon photo ops check little bit there, that little pad. Okay. Stand by i. I'Ii -

CDR-EVA

PLT 034 16 29 21 CDR-EVA

Because right now, Ed's in the process of getting the clothesline and hooking it on me and I'ii start translating out. Yes, I would think they might want some of that. Okay. You want it on your right wrist? Nik Yes. That 's right. Nikon ops. Let me put it on your D-ring. I'll Just be reading here. You can talk over me. EV-1 retrieve VC tree. Take into - It's on there and locked, Jet. Retrieve Nikon. Egress VS foot restraints - -

SPT-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

032 16 29 43

SPT-EVA PLT

- - airlock module, stow. airlock module and ingress Oh, shoot !

SPT-EVA

I've got to go get that - -

3781
,CDR-EVA PLT 0kay. Attach Nikon to - to VS clothesline and transfer camera

SPT-EVA

Okay, . .. out what? forward. Thank you.

Move your

- move your hips

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 16 30 07 SPT-EVA

And Just raise them That's what

to T020. I was going to be doing.

I figured

Okay, Just keep your hips forward. And your back forward. Oop! Here; Just a minute. Let me lean forward and help you a little bit. I'm about to kick the clipboard, too.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA r SPT-EVA

Okay, move your feet - I've got to be a little bit more careful.

Can you move your feet out? All right, I think your head's okay now. Okay, you're okay, Jer. Okay, now it'd be best turning the other way. All right.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

With your right arm in back towards me - You don't have this - Take a - ro - rotation to your left. Okay. Now let me get my own feet in here so I can manage the thing for you. We managed to get my umbilical over it, but I think when I take it off, I can swing it around the umbilical. Yes. Okay? Okay, I'll continue reading this Nikon ops to give you sort of a feel for what they have in mind.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA 032 16 31 06 SPT-EVA PLT

3782

SPT-EVA PLT

Okay.

Oh, boy.

It starts off like this. You can put it in any context you want to. EV-1 retrieve VC tree, take it to airlock module and stow. Retrieve Nikon; egress airlock module and ingrees VF foot restraints. Attach Nikon to VS clothesline and transfer camera to VT - Victor Tango? Yes, that's Roger. So we wait until you get to the - down to the transfer station before we transfer anything? Apparently so. the transfer station.

CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 31 43 SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay, EV-2 tether Nikon, remove from clothesline. Take photos from all workstations. Use following settings. Okay. I've got the settings here. Go ahead. Earth scenes or objects in the Sun, 1/250. Objects in the shade, 1/125 - 1/125. Document discoloration, shawdowing effects, twin-pole sunshade installation, 0WS SAS, D024, clipboard with the $228, sail material, $230, CSM, and other targets of opportunity. Then transfer the Nikon to EV-1. I think you got your clothesline looking good there. configuration.

SPT-EVA PLT

034 16 32 39

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, I think we blundered

into the right

Okay, let me get - Well, now wait a minute. No, Jerry; you see, I'm going to have to hook your umbilical down like this - Oh, yes. - - so you're going to have to pass it around this side. Okay. Going to have to go over it.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

3783

• CDR-EVA 034 16 33 ii SPT-EVA

No problem. Okay, I will give you a little loop there pass it through. There you go. Now I'll" get your I_U clamped DAC here, too. Okay, I think out there. you can

SPT-EVA

now. And our friendly I will try and move

CDR-EVA

(Laughter) Oh, no! The TO - the clothesline, can you give me a little back pressure on the clothesline? Yes, Just Hold on. All right. Well; okay, we are hooked around that, hooked on the sail. See if you can flip a loop down toward it. Why don't you put your one end a minute. I - I got - got the DAC.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, l'm about to get it. There it is. Okay. Deploy that clothesline and I'ii get that thing pulled up. Okay, the hook is deployed. hook

034 16 34 27

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. Very good. You can use that as a temporary storage hook ; that' s locked. Ah ! It won 't lock down .... given ...

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, so now I pass you down a tree. Let us Let's get squared away on what rotates where. Here. Got to come this way. Okay. So what you'll be doing is, you'll be pulling on the clear rope whem it comes time to - to pass anything down. Okay, Bill, the clothesline is rigged. putting the VC tree on the clothesline And Ed's now.

034 16 35 30

CDR-EVA

PLT

Okay, let me get back to my book here. I Just inhibited CMG control about 5 minutes late. Okay.

3784

•CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay.

You got it hooked

over T025, Bill?

Or it's Ed. I mean - Sorry, Ed. Wrong crewman. Okay, Just a minute here. I'll take care of that as soon as I get everything hooked up. You had a 50/50 (Laughter) Well, let me find my place here. Man, what a maze. as chance, Jer.

034 16 36 00

PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

It might not hurt to let that string by there long as we don't put any big pressure on it. Well, that's all right.

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

I can - I can move it. status check to make - -

You better give me an _

Are you supposed to be putting that tree on or I'm supposed to be sending experiments up to you? I'm supposed Yes, you're to be sending them up to you, Ed. right. Man, that's a long time.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 36 40 PLT

Okay, let me go ahead and read this. Okay. All right, I'm going to start from the first; I'll read fast. Retrieve VC clothesline hook, attach to right glove and lock; egress airlock module; translate to VC. This, of course, is Jer. Egress VC foot restraints ; deploy VC clothesline; attach bracket if required. Attach clothesline hooks to bracket; lock hook; clamp own LSU at approximately 9 feet. Okay, that's all done.

034 16 37 00

CDR-EVA

3?85
.PLT Okay, EV-I would be removing slack and clsmping EV-2 LSU at the forward. Clamp at approximately 31 feet. Okay, EV-2, straighten clothesline and EV-1 assist EV-2. EV-2, _4U status check. EV-1, EMU status check. Okay. We'll give you that.

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EV-2, 3.7 and no lights. 3.63, no lights, EV-1. Okay. Okay, Now. EV-2 verify ATM positioned there. at S054.

it's _lmost

If - if ATM not positioned to S05h, panel 160 POWER, two, to ENABLE - You know how to do that. Okay. POWERs are ENABLEd; ROLLs, ENABLEd.

034 16 37 42

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

And EV-I transfer It's in work.

clothesline

hooks to VC.

034 16 37 58

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay, ROLL,

INHIBIT.

Okay, did you clamp the clothesline up there, Ed? I guess that there is nothing to clamp though, is there ? No, this thing A]] right. Okay. door. 0kay. Attach one clothesline and lock. A]I right; it's hook to S054 tether ring Push is all I have the hooks, to unlock Bill. and open

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay,

S054 handle

door

CDR-EVA 034 16 38 45 PLT

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

in work. Okay.

Won't quite do it.

3786

• PLT

Okay, that's complete?

CDR-EVA Yes. PLT Remove S054 by pressing button, turning counterclockwise, and then pulling. Okay. Attach corner It's out. second clothesline and lock hook. it 's in work. EV-I transfers S054 to hook to lanyard on bottcm the handles

03h 16 39 17

CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT

All right,

As soon as he gets back, VS and EV-2 assists. Now what to wait about until

SPT-EVA

the use of the DAC? daytime of course. now.

That will have

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, Ed, you can ring it back

Okay. Just keep it a little bit taut but not don't want to hit it on the handrail there. There we go. Okay, let's stop and pull the oscillations. There you go. Okay, let me move 0kay. Okay, now hold Got it. Gosh, this is no sweat. slick as the boom, but it sure it again. it a little bit forward. it tight and damp out

03h 16 h0 09

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

It's not as quite is Just as easy. Yes. All

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay, let go. right.

3787
034 16 _0 36 CDR-EVA Okay, Bill, I'm going to close up the hatch now on 54. Close S054 door; lock and verify white flag visible. And EV-1 will be removing hooks frc_ lanyard. Place S054 on VC tree and lock, and release the second clothesline hook after the VC tree is on and locked. Okay, Bill, what do I rotate to next?

PLT

CDR-EVA 034 16 40 55 PLT

Panel 160, POWER, two, ENABLE if required. ROLL, ENABLE. CANISTER ROTATION, RIGHT, to align S056. Okay, ccming up.

CDR-EVA PLT

And you soon - Ed, as soon as you get that 54 stowed, you transfer the hooks back to the VC. Yes, it's in work. Hold on. pictures, after

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

S056, I hope you got some decent all the trouble we had.

SPT-EVA l'm looking forward to seeing the - the ... - 034 16 41 32 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT ROLL is INHIBIT and I'm opening the door.

Okay. Lot of good data coming back in here.

Attach one clothesline hook to S056 and lock; then you can get the door open. Okay. Let me get the hooks away up there. out there. Put things

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Get to those hooks out there. Okay, Jer, if you want to pull on the - the clear rope. All right. Hold on. get T025. Let me - let me guide it so we don't Okay.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA

Now, Jer, I guess we ought to decide to try to get some DAC photos of you transferring out to the Sun end and the work at the Sun end.

3788

• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, probably

so. and sending

Going to the _T and around the corner the stuff down. Okay, I'm taking Roger. And the first tether hook is installed Okay. Tell me Just before sunrise, 56 out now.

03h 16 h2 37

CDR-EVA PLT

03h 16 _2 h5

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

and locked.

will you, Bill?

03h 16 h2 58

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, we got 16 minutes Okay. Okay, Ed, take it away.

to go.

Okay, if you'll guide her, I'll pull on the the striped one. Before we do that Sun-end work, Jer, we ' re going to have to get T025 out of there. Yes. So we're going to have to regroup. Get that T025 stuff down and then - Trouble is, you know, you've such a short window for it. We got two more data-take sessions. That's going to screw up the time line. All right - Transfer S056 to VS; you are in process of doing. Place S056 on VC tree and lock. You're getting ready to do. Okay, I'm going to go close the door and move the canisters. Okay, EV-2, close S056 door and lock and verify white flag visible. Panel 56 - or 160. ROLL, _ABLE. CANISTER ROTATION, RIGHT to align S052. Caming up.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

03h 16 h3 36

PLT

CDR-EVA

PLT

CDR-EVA

3789
.PLT And as soon as Ed stows the 56 tree [sic], he'll send the hooks back down. Okay, I got the first hook. is Just as slick as a -

034 16 4h h4

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Think this clothesline as a boom.

CDR-EVA

Yes, I think the boom's a little bit smoother operation. But this certainly is workable. It's an excellent backup, I think. Yes. Yes. Oh, yes; could have had a boom problem. Okay, and, Jer, I assume you're pressing on with S052? Right. I'm hooking it up now; and locked. And I got one more to hook up and we'll send her back. Okay. Transfer S052 to VF; place S052 on VC tree and lock. Remove both clotheslines ' hooks, et cetera. And I - I'll wait. H-alpha l's coming up next. Okay, Ed. All right. Here comes a bright coronal transient along with many quickies. Yes, I th_nk we got this one pretty well. We'll Just have to be a little careful as we get in close. Just keep her taut like you are. That's good. Okay. Okay, I got her, Jer. I 'm glad we went both ways though.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA

PLT

034 16 45 38

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

It suddenly dawned on me that we're going to have a T025 data-take opportunity here at 16:57. That's a sunrise opportunity then, off. isn't it?

CDR-EVA PLT

Yes. It's about l0 minutes shape.

We're in good

i

379O

• SPT-EVA

Tell you what; Jer, you think we can get the H-alpha in this next l0 minutes and you can whistle back up here? Yes, we ought to be able to do that. All right. Let me get 52 in here. Bill.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 16 46 37 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 47 00 CDR-EVA PLT

Okay, ROLL, ENABLE, Okay. And rotating

to the right; that's

H-alpha

1.

Right ; correct - right. Okay, ROLL, INHIBITed. Okay. this. Okay, now I Just see no sense in reading You know it better than I do.

CDR-EVA

Yes, Just kind of check us along. I'll tell you what I do as I'm going and you ask me if - if there's something important that it looks like that I haven't mentioned; Just mention it. Probably the one thing you ought to make sure before you leave there, Jer, is you got the ROLL configured properly and the control for the roll. Check ... - I'll - I'll check him on that. thing here. That way you won't way out. That's the last

SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA

have to stop by there on the

PLT

Okay, now you're going - you're getting H-alpha out now, Jerry. Right; it's out, and one hook is on. one 's coming up. The other

CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 _8 12 SPT-EVA

And Ed'll be putting H-alpha 1 on the VC tree. Okay, Ed. Okay, I'm pulling on the striped fellow.

3791

•PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay.

Panel

160, when you have the time,

Jer.

All right. Going Okay, to let you help me guide not quite as much this fellow. Jet.

resistance,

Okay. I think you're getting more from those tangled ropes than you are from me. I think you're right. Yes, we sure are. that thing has made a couple whifferdills itself there. Yes, around

SPT-EVA

PLT

Okay, I'm going to give myself about 5 minutes for settling time here, too, on this - We're out about 2 - 0.2 degrees. Okay, now. Just a minute here, Jer. i. How much

SPT-EVA 03h 16 49 01 CDR-EVA

Okay, I'm going to close H-alpha time is left for T025?

--

PLT

We've got about - See, 7 minutes before we have a data take. All right, I guess I better get back up there. Let's see -

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay, that's panel 160, ROLL, _ABLE. You got ROLL, INHIBITed now, right? Yes. Okay, POWER, INHIBIT INHIBIT. All right. Okay, and EV-1 is retrieving from inside - Just a second. I got it. We got a transfer. We still got a couple more don 't we ? experiments -two

03h 16 49 15

CDR-EVA PLT

switches, POWER,

CDR-EVA PLT

VS clothesline

hook

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

to go here,

3792

•PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Well,

- station, we don't.

Not - not at that We don't ? That - We got all four. That should be it. That 's right. Okay.

I'm Just trying to see here - -

The flow here is the next thing that happens after Ed retrieves the H-alpha 1 there. Retrieves VS clothesline hook from inside hatch handle. Connect VC clothesline hook to - Yes, but that's if we are going right into the VS operation - Right.

SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA- - andwe're not. PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA Okay. Yes. Fine. But we'll come up and get it.

All right. No, we'll down, and specified, where Jer it. Then again. Okay. Now, Bill, what does it say I do with line extender here? the 'clothesprobably Just let Jar go right back we'll do the operation the way it's but we'll Just have an intermediate Just moves back up here and we work he goes back down there and picks up

PLT CDR-EVA

3793

034 16 50 12 .PLT CDR -EVA PLT

Let's Okay.

see.

All right,

I'm going

to read the procedure.

After POWER, INHIBIT, if Ed plays up there, transfer VS clothesline Okay, we'll say that's been done.

with the hooks to VC.

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 50 39 PLT CDR-EVA

Connect Okay. Release Okay. Connect Okay. Restow Restow

VS clothesline

hook to right

glove.

hooks

from VS clothesline.

VC

clothesline

hooks

together.

VC clothesline the bracket,

bracket. okay.

Straighten

VS clothesline.

So all you have to do for me then, Ed, is send the hooks down and I'll hook them together. We're going to be sending them right back up here though, afterwards, in order to - to get the VS hooks sent down to you, won't we? Well, hooks I'm coming up there while I'm up there. for T025. I'll get the

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Well, okay. I was thinking we might they specified, Just for sport. Why?

do it the way

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

You're going to have to go back - All right - I won't have to go back. All right, I won't I won 't argue. argue. It makes no difference;

379_,

034 16 51 15 "PLT

Okay, our next opportunity opens up at 16:57:04. It's 16:51:19. Got about 6 minutes to go and you will probably - You've got Alfa 1 in position. I think I heard you wanted to - to recheck on the alignment. Well, we can't do that. It's dark.

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

That's right; you can't.

Okay, Just fold up tight, Ed, and then I'm going to fold this and you got your thing - your - I got to hook this under see • Okay, mine's folded up. - under the clamp. Let's

SPT-EVA

034 16 51 44

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Wonder where the heck - The clamps are up there to your right.

Well, there is one clamp up there and then there's one for the Sun end. Yes, this one is the one over here. That 's right. Okay, I'm going to start back. All right; Just don't get too far until I get this thing squared away. I can change your umbilical. Okay. Okay, come on. Okay, and also All right now. Where is that I don't want to damage it. darn clipboard?

CDR-EVA 034 16 51 55 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 16 52 14 SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

There's ... If you want to take a look at it, right at the top of your umbilical and to the - Oh, I see it; okay.

CDR-EVA

3795

SPT-EVA

Oh, this darn DAC. DAC was tough to contend with in training and it's tough to contend with now. Okay. Okay, let me give you some more for you. If you can GCA me in here. Yes, Keep Just come on ahead and straight forward. - keep your profile - Okay, stop, stop, stop! umbilical in there

034 16 53 07

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

(Laughter) Move your feet toward your toes. Rotate towards your toes. Okay, now Just slowly slide in here. (Chuckle ) Oh, oh! I can't! Okay. I was in the drift mode then. Yes, okay, you're at your right. Oh, yes. Okay, toward you? Yes. There we go. *** umbilical. Very good. Now to get in the shoes. I get out. Right. That 's always You better wait until in; you're good. Watch the DAC Don't move back.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

can you pull my left shoulder

back

SPT-EVA 034 16 53 44 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

a good idea.

r-

3796

SIY_-EVA

Which means I got to straighten up a little bit. It means I'm going to pull you around a little bit. It's a]1 right. Oh, boy. It's left - it's left you in a little tight in here. Yes, it did; I noticed that.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 5h l0 CDR-EVA SPY-EVA

Okay, in about 3 minutes. We'll make it. All right, Just a minute. Move -move forward sc_e more if you could. There we go. Boy, you can't have any bad pressure on that thing at all. Okay. Let's see you hop in there, Jer. got a few more friends in here with us. good - a little good data. Yes, indeed. We're ready - A And we A little

SPY-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 16 5h 32 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Okay, Bill, I'm in the shoes. Okay. - - to start T025 at the proper

time.

The first exposure will be alf - filter Alfa 2, seconds. And I'll give you a count. Okay. Filter Alfa 2, 4 seconds.

SPT-EVA SPY-EVA CDR-EVA

All right, let me get Alfa 2 set. And you'll have I've got it. to hand me the little plunger.

SPT-EVA

All right, now let's get this set up for time over here. And get me set up, also. No, it isn't How's that? - Let's see.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

3797

034 16 55 15

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Yes, that's

set up on time already. ready to go, Bill, when the

Very good. We're window opens. 0kay, 2 minutes.

PLT CDR-EVA

As a matter of fact, even if the alignment is off before sunrise, it doesn't m_1_e any difference. That's right. I mean, you're event period here, I guess. Sure. Can I move my right Oh, yes. We've shoulder back over on - you've got a ... -

PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

got lots of room.

Okay, what I want to show you is, see that thing up there? Yes. That's the one I was thinking of cutting. Yes. If you can get to it, that'd be good. Looks

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 16 55 40 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes. I think that's all that Velcro there. like the rest of it's all Velcro. 0kay.

CDR-EVA 034 16 55 54 SPT-EVA

Okay. Let's see; I'm doing - I got a - 3.65 and no lights, for EV-1. Okay. Okay, and I got a 3.7 and no lights. All right, if you'll stand by, 57:0h I'll give you .a mark to start my timer countdown. 30 seconds off. Okay. You want to make that mark for the 4-second exposure too? Yes, sir.

PLT 034 16 56 13 CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA

PLT

3798

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 16 56 53 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 16 57 04 034 16 57 07 034 16 57 08 034 16 57 09 PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 57 21 CDR-EVA PLT 034 16 57 44 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 58 04 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

All right. Might as well get started on it. What the heck was I looking at here?

Oh, here comes the blue horizon. Yes, sir. Stand by. That 's beautiful. I think it's a little too soon. Well, they think they Stand by. Okay. MARK. It's on. MARK. Okay, it's closed. Okay, the next one is 1 second, Alfa 2; same filter. Okay, that's set. Alfa 3, 1/15. Okay. Alfa Okay. Open and closed. Bravo filter. *** see my watch. Here it goes, open and closed. - I think they're after it.

1/15.

Open and closed. 3, 1/500.

3799

PLT SPT-EVA PLT PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Bravo i. If you can, swing that fellow over towards me again.

You're doing great. C_otto get the axes aligned - That's good, Jer.

Take the pressure off so I can swing it towards you again. There you go. Bravo l, 1/30.

PLT SPT-EVA

Okay, now m_e sure that Velcro gets down there, because that thing could swing around and centrifugal force might throw that thing out. It 's around. Okay, he's got the Bravo putting it in. Want Bravo 1/30. what? 1. filter out now and he's

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA PLT 034 16 58 50 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 034 16 59 ll CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 16 59 21 CDR-EVA

Bravo

Bravo 1 is set and - Oh, here comes the Sun. Get your visor Yes. 1/30 set. down.

Bravo 1. Okay, here it goes.

Open and closed. Bravo l, 1 second. Go ahead. Open, closed.

3800

PLT SPT-EVA 034 16 59 32

Bravo

2, I second.

Change to Bravo

2.

That 's changed. closed. 1/15.

C_)R-EVA Open, PLT SPT-EVA

Bravo 2, I or - 1/15. Okay. Open, closed.

034 16 59 46

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Bravo 3, 1/4. Bravo 3. That's set.

034 17 00 04

CDR-EVA PLT S_-EVA

Open, closed. Bravo 3, 1/250. That 's set. Open, closed. Bravo _.

034 17 00 17

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Bravo 4, 1/250. That 's set. Open, Bravo closed. 4, 1/4.

034 17 00 30

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

One-quarter when

of a second. they put these ...

Someone was thinking together. Yes, they were. Okay. Open, closed. Alfa filter. Here we go. How much

PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 00 42 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 00 53 PLT

They did a good Job on it.

longer we got?

We got 1 minute and 25 seconds.

3801
/_

SPT-EVA PLT PLT

Okay. Alfa 2, 4 seconds. I - I'll give you a count. re ady. All right. He's putting Tell me when you're

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPY-EVA

it in now.

Got it on time. Alfa No. Alfa Okay, Okay. l, 4 seconds. Alfa 2. 2. the alignment is perfect. Still in there. Right?

PLT SPY-EVA

Alfa 2. Yes, that's why I went the Alfa l, Jer, to check the alignment - Okay. Yes. Stand by. Hold on. We ' re ready. Hold on. We got to get timed.

CDR-EVA PLT SPY-EVA CDR-EVA SPY-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 17 01 36 034 17 01 40 PLT PLT SPY-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Oh, I'm sorry. Okay, go ahead.

Now we are ready. Stand by. MAR . MARK. Okay, we got it. Alfa 2, 1 second. You already had Alfa 2.

3802

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 01 51 CDR-EVA PLT

You think There you go. is set.

1 second

It's done. Okay, Alfa 1/15. Got it. Open, closed. Alfa 3, 1/500. Got it. Open, closed. 5 seconds to go. about 8 exposures Hey, sterling. Very good work, troops. left. We got 3, 1/15. 20 seconds to go. Alfa 3,

SPT-EVA 034 17 02 01 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 02 l0 CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT

And before we leave there, it's time to stat start S020 - Oh, yes. - - cooking out great. Okay And it goes to number 1. Now wait a minute align - There's alignment - wait a minute. There's in about 20 seconds. This So stand by on my mark. is working

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SFT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

that's

got to be worked on.

on.

The alignment's got to be worked bumped up last time. Sorry about that.

We got it

PLT

38O3
/_

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes.

Then,

too, I had a good alignment.

Now let me not bump old SO - T025 out of the way. One of my - I'm hitting all the film back there. Yes. Is it hard to hit? Yes, I'm afraid of hitting - of grabbing this thing. Tell you what; let me - well - Hey, this one's just not - Let me get my feet up over this. Okay. I'll swing over out of your way.

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 17 03 12 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

There you go. Now I'll grab you. Yes, that What And how does that Now. feel?

looks good. system.

a crude

Getting the data. Oh, ...! I'd say I got an UP of around 0.I. Or an UP of 1 - 1 unit. Okay, I'm ready, wherever you are.

034 17 03 58

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Okay - Just give me a mark when you've got it. Okay MARK. Okay. 17 : : 04 04.

034 17 04 04

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Let me give my temperature while we're at it. That 's sitting there for a little while, although Heck, it's sitting on there all this time, so it ought to be good. Get hold of me, Jer. Got you. 80 point - Can't read it in the Sun. 80.3.

-

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

Okay, that 's at 17 :04 :37.

3804

PLT

All right, now since we've got everything cooking right now, so going to pick up again on the clothesline set. Yes. See if we can get the Sun-end out - clothesline

CDR-EVA

$PT-EVA

Tell you what, we ought to go get the DAC photos lined up too. The - Because that's the - that translation is the thing we ought to really get. Yes, let me get my arm out of there. Okay. Okay, now, let's hear about the - the friendly DAC again. I've had to move it. Stand by 1. Just wind it around there, Jer. I don't - I don't Try the - That's good. Give it a couple whifferdills around those two knobs, carefully, not to turn them. Okay, that's good. out - Oh, it must have stuck

CDR-EVA 03_ 17 05 00 SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Uh! It came right here. Okay, they specify

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 03_ 17 05 51 SPT-EVA

another

data-take

period

there?

No, I don't have another one yet. For T025? No. It'd be around sunset.

Yes, it would be and Well, okay, we'll have to get it from them.

Have to get it when they come up, yes. Okay, so let's - Jer, if you want to, move out a little bit to start back down that trail, and I'll try and set up the DAC and get you a Sun-end -

38O5
/-

CDR-EVA I SPT -EVA PLT SPT-EVA

All right.

You'll

need to put the clothesline

onmy right wrist. Yes. Okay, I'm going to read - Okay, watch yourself lowprofile. Right. You want me to read the settings to you, Ed? Just a second until - until we get set here, because I'll only have to have you read them again. Okay. Okay. Just keep your - keep your hips in close. There you go. Watch it; your left foot has got the clothesline. Yes. 0kay. now. You're getting Just a

CDR-EVA PLT 034 17 06 13 SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 06 41 CC

Okay, you want move - You need to put a clothesline Okay, let's take a look side, on my wrist.

at your umbilical. I believe.

It's on the proper Yes.

Okay, let me get - -

Skylab, reading you loud and clear. Stateside for 12 minutes; dumping the data/voice here. Roger, Hello, Story. Story.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Roger, Story, and during those two data-take periods on T025, our two men got 31 sterling exposures there; did very good work. And I'd like the next opportunity, please, the next window. Let me know when you're ready to copy.

CC
f

3806

03_ 17 07 03

PLT CC

Ready to copy. I Okay, the sunset starts 17:53 and 23 seconds a stop at 17:58 and 33 seconds. Copy. Okay, it's time - And sunrise is 18:30 and 18 seconds to 18:35 and 31 seconds. Okay. Thank you and copy that. need that one. All right, Hope we don't to

PLT SPT-EVA CC

i

PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

let's keep me clear of -

Well, you're - you're not - you're not - Jer, move in. Now hold on before we - Yes, if you want to move out a little bit, ... Yes, let me get clear of things. I want to be clear of the clipboard and all that stuff before we do anything more. Okay. Also, Story, S020's cooking. Started at 17:04:04. the -

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 03h 17 08 01 SPT-EVA

Okay, what we've done there is

release

Oh, yes, one side of it got released Yes, now hold on here. hold on. Just a minute. Hold on.

up there.

Hold on, Jer,

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I got to anchor myself.

All right, you're going to have to come back too, because you've got to put the clothesline around the other side. I'll - I'll do it down there. All right. I guess I can. There.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Well, wait a minute. You got it?

38O7
CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 17 09 07 CDR-EVA Well, That's Okay. All right now, I'll Just hang here until you're ready. All right. I've got to move it - clothesline back under the restraining hook here. Okay, let's hear DAC there, Bill. Okay. a good word from the friendly where 's that about clipboard? left.

3 feet to your

SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

T/8 - or f/8 the friendly

Well, hold on; we've got to move DAC up to its location. Okay.

PLT 034 17 09 33 PLT

Says, EV-1 remove DAC and attach to VS clothesline hooks and lock. Is that what you wanted? Attach the DAC to the clothesline?

SPT-EVA PLT

That's what it says. You said read the words on on the DAC. I didn't know quite what all you wanted. I figured you Just wanted a setting, but it also has that in there, too. Well, hold on here.

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

I can help - It's a handheld - It's a handheld. didn't you? It's handheld photos. You know that,

SPT-EVA

Okay, in other words, they had us hook it up here at this location as a temporary stowage. Yes. Huh? Right. All right. Press on with the words.

032 17 i0 06

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

38o8

PLT

Okay - there's - the words are, EV-I remove DAC and attach to VS clothesline hooks and lock. And then EV-2 to transfer DAC to VT, remove DAC from VS clothesline, verify settings, which I'll give you again later.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

0 - Okay, let's Yes.

get Jer down there

first and - -

- - get his umbilical

straightened

out.

Did you want to take photos That is what I thought apparently not. That's what I thought.

as I go out? after, but

they were

PLT CDR-EVA

Well, you could - we can do that. reason why we can't. Yes....

There's no

PLT SPT-EVA

I couldn't get them last time because the DAC the DAC failed. All right, let's do it. Now hold on, let me get the umbilicals squared away here. I'll Just stay here until you're ready. I'm out of harm's way here, now. is - requires a

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Afraid our umbilical situation little work. Oh, boy. Ed, Houston. Yes.

034 17 l0 57

CC SPT-EVA CC

You don't need any DAC photos until Jer gets into the transfer workstation. You don't want No, sir. 0kay. Hey, Just a minute, Jer. Oh, well, you can - you probably can't turn back here, but I am trying to figure out where the umbilical is. any photos of me moving out there?

CDR-EVA CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

3809 /_ 034 17 ii 20 CDR-EVA Oh, yours has got a loop in it and mine around behind the loop. Oh, those extra whifferdills did it. Just goes

SPT-EVA

we made up here

is what

CDR-EVA

Oh, I'm right under your backside right now. Just flip it over the top of you llke a Jnmp rope going backwards. That a way. Now

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

Now I should be down the right side of you. I got to came out of my foot restraints?

SPT-EVA

No, you don't have to. Yes, you should be, but that's what I was trying to pull out before. There you go. Apparently it was - got in a knot before. No, you had a loop - Yours goes out into a loop and then mine goes back behind the loop is all. I see. Okay.

03_ 17 ll 57

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CC PLT SPT-EVA CC

You ready? Bill, Houston. Go. Go ahead. Bill, you're getting none of the normal DAC - none of the normal DAC ops of transfers and all that. All the DAC ops are on 2.4-14. That's Okay. Well, we Just went down California. what I'm looking at right now.

034 17 12 13

PLT CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Oh, I missed

it, huh? Sea and Lake Mead?

See the Salton Oh, yes.

3810

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 12 27 CDR-EVA

Yes, we're

Just coming up over southern

Cal now.

Yes, there 's BaJ a• You can see the Agua Blanca Fault Just as big as life down there. Does it extend all the way over to the Gulf? I can't tell. I thought Oh, yes. - - observation Sorry Man, about at a moment's Lee. notice. It's -

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SlOT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 17 12 59 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

you'd be able to make that - -

that,

that 's pretty.

Sure is. I can see those volcanics south of San Quint_n. Beautiful country. Glad to be coming back to it.

Say that again. Well, let's see, I have to go over the top of the sail, don't I, Ed? i That's affirm. All right. And you're doing great•

SPT-EVA 034 17 13 35 BPT-EVA

Okay, Story. We've got the - the film from the center workstation all transferred back in here and the FAS. Hold on, Jet. Okay. Okay; thanks, Ed. And we worked the clothesline, Story. It worked out pretty swift. No - no real hangups with it at all. Got loose now?

CDR-EVA CC SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, you' re okay •

3811

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. What I had to do was give you a little more play on the clothesline itself. Yes, I felt it was kind of pulling ... packed in there tight. any of me back.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Boy, I'm glad we didn't have to change these EPEA things out here. That would have been a workout.

SPT-EVA 034 17 14 28 034 17 14 34 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

Doing great. Okay, Read l'm in the VT workstation. on, Bill.

-

Okay, find my place where I wrote "Start here." And I got - l'm running out Of fingers to put my place - to mark my place here. Okay, let me reread some of this because - so it'll pick up better in continuity. Transfer VS clotheslineto VC. Connect VS - Is this - this making sense?

CDR/SPTEVA SPT-EVA

No. Just - Well, we know what you're press on and hurry, Bill. saying, so Just

034 17 15 06

PLT

Connect VS clothesline hook to right glove. Release hooks from VS clothesline. Connect VC clothesline hooks together. Restow VC clothesline brackets. Straighten VS clothesline; that's all for EV-2. Right. Press.

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Assist - EV-1 assists and then we come to clip V - excuse me - EV-1, clip VC clothesline under clip on F-5. Okay. That's been done. to

SPT-EVA PLT

EV-2, unclamp own LSU; egress VC and translate VT, going over top of twin pole.

3812

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DDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 17 15 44 PLT

Okay,

I've done that.

EV-1, m_nage EV-2 LSU and clothesline. That's done.

VT and VS ops. EV-2, rotate and ingress VT foot restraints, solar-shield handrail to aid ingress. Complete. EMU status checks, both. EV-l's EV-2's Okay'. looking looking EV-2, at 3.62; no lights. using

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

at 3.7; no lights.

pull pip pin, one of them - -

This is the one that always gave me fits in the water. Let's see if we can do it here. - - to release VS clothesline (Laughter) Same problem. attach bracket.

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 17 16 31 CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

We ought to get a safety diver to do it. Yes. That would be okay in zero g. It won't happen in flight.

There we go. Sounds like we had a good sim down here. Right. Right. Okay. Right. You got the pip pin pulled?

3813

.PLT

Rotate endlink in place. It's locked. Attach Okay.

approximately

220 degrees

to lock

034 17 16 46

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

clothesline (Laughter).

hook to bracket

and lock hooks.

Boy, that thing's strong. We could cinch the workshop over parallel to the ATM with that thing. Uh-oh, Watch -watch - watch out here, Jer. Come back here a minute; we're getting that around the occulting disk. Oh, okay. Let's just keep it loose here for a second and I'll try and - It's nice and loose. Yes. Okay, we've 0h, boy. I'll have to come out of my shoes to get this one. It's made itself a lasting-type whifferdill. And I took the ... off but I can't see a thing. Okay, I've got the - the hook on and locked. when you get clear, we can - Well, you know, think I might be able to flip it off. And I got another one to come off here.

034 17 17 06

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT 034 17 17 40 CDR-EVA

CDR-EVA

As a matter of fact, we got to get them around there and hook it, There Okay. Okay, we go. There we go. Bill, keep on reading.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. I'm going to reread the step. Rotate endlink approximately 220 degrees to lock in place. That 's done.

CDR-EVA

3814

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•PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03h 17 18 13 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Attach Done.

clothesline

hook to bracket

and lock hooks.

Straighten Done.

clothesline.

Rotate base link until locked. Okay. That's in work.

You know, Jer - It's locked. Yea! Good. It's locked. Okay - -

I hate to tell you this, but the clothesline from point to point describes a perfect straight line through T025. Right. We're going to have to really with that. Yes. Okay, now I'm going to read the DAC procedures here that Story said applies to our case. Okay. • be careful

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT/CDREVA PLT 034 17 18 38 CC

EV-1, remove DAC - 30 seconds to LOS here and ]2 minutes to Vanguard at 17:30. Roger, Story.

CDR-EVA PLT PLT

17 :30 ; okay, that 's ll minutes. Okay, EV-1, remove DAC and attach to VS Clothesline hooks and lock.

x_

3815

• SPT-EVA

I think I'm going to try that clothesline hook first. I'm going to leave this wrist tether on it, Jet. You may need it. Okay. Good. the DAC to the VT.

CDR-EVA PIY2 SPT-EVA

And then transfer

I'll tell you what else let's do; let's not hook the two clothesline hooks together or we're going to be hurting for a rack to work around here. Yes. Skylab, we show you having plenty of time to realign T025 to the next window if you need to. Okay. Roger, Story. Thank won't need to. you. If we're careful, we

CDR-EVA 034 17 19 15 CC

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

CC

You'll have the time; and going over the hill here, all your systems looking good. Thank you, Story.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Thank you, Story. Talk to you later. Just a minute there before you pull on it; okay. Okay, going on the poles; looks good.

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

Ah, wait a minute - wait a minute, Jer. What we had - What you got to watch out for is these darn loops. When they start swinging around one another, boy, they can really get tangled up in a hurry. Oh, yes. So we'll Just give it a little tug. Okay, there we go. Yes, it works a little easier if I keep the things spread. No different than the water. Now, where did you say to put the DAC, Bill?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 17 20 17 PLT

Okay, transfer the DAC to the VT, remove the DAC from the VS clothesline, and film the following I'll give you the - Have you got it yet, Jer?

f

3816

_-_

•CDR-EVA

Yes, I've got it. so I don't - -

Let me get it tethered

to me,

PLT

Okay, I've got the settings for you when you're ready. If you want to, tether a tether to the - tether the two tethers together; you've got lots of length then to work with. Yes. There we go. As if I had to tell the smart CDR something that. Right. All right, it's done. and 12 frames like

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA 03h 17 20 53 PLT

Okay. Verify f/8 - or T-8, 1/250, per second. Focus on infinity. f/8, T-8. They've Yes. got T on that

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

cRmera lens there. right?

10-millimeter

lens,

Right. All right, at f/8 and infinity.

1/250 per second. Let me check that. Boy, that really gave me a start. I bumped the front of my PSU up against this light here and chipped off a little paint and it flew off in such a hurry, it looked like water droplets coming off. It had me thinking for a split second there. And 12 frames a second, Jer. 12. And verify focuson infinity. _-_

032 17 21 23

PLT CDR-EVA PLT

3817
f--

• CDR-EVA

Okay. It's set for 24; now to 12; focus is infinity. All right. Now this is what you're going to film. FAS and EVA trail for 1 minute. Golly, that's an awful long - Of course, you don't have to hold the button down. Yes - Yes, I do. At 12 frames a second? Oh, that's right. I've got to twist That's right. Now, somehow around 90 degrees here.

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

034 17 22 44

PLT

We've got about i0 minutes more to go on our S020 exposure, Ed. Okay. i0 minutes and 35 seconds to be exact. And let me figure ahead and see which one we can pick up next. Probably not - We can't get the 30;we'll haveto get the - No, we Just - we just go on. want this done cumulatively. They Just apparently

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA

I thought the only one they wanted done cumulatively was the 60. Why don't you take a - read a few words there when you get a chance, Bill. Because - I will. - - that was my understanding Okay. Somehow, we got this thing on upside down. When I hold the handle, the camera's upside down. Can you - Let's see if I can twist it around. of it.

PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

3818

.SPT-EVA

Yes, usually you can make a 180 with it, although it might be on the wrong side for you then. No, I think it's okay. It's Just that it's - this darn EVA bracket is so hard to move. There we go. Okay, here you go, Ed. Jer, what - what are you doing? I'm taking pictures.

034 17 23 36

CDR-EVA

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Good. I thought you were sending the camera back there maybe. Tell me when my minute's Okay. Yes. Okay. Ah, come on. just a minute I know where - I had that S020 there ago. There it is. up.

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT PLT

You're burning film now?

PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT 034 17 25 ll PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

That's an awful lot of film, isn't it? Yes. Ed, you're pulling Yes, I see it. Stand by MARK. Okay. Okayup; okay. on me. behind me.

I got your umbilical

Let me get the umbilical

Now the next subject is OWS for 20 seconds. OWS? I guess Just point it back along towards the along the - -

3819
/_

•CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

... - - the dome. I'm surprised we didn't do it for a minute FAS for 20 seconds. Okay. Just a minute, Jer. and

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay. I need a little bit of slack to get this thing back down - All right.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

- - out of my way. We've got some whifferdills, but them out when we go to get in. Okay. What Oh, man, what a sight! are you looking at? down the whole workshop. we'll straighten

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 25 59 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 17 26 22 PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

I'm just kind of going We're Okay. Hope running now.

I'll give you a call at 20 seconds. this thing's got a good wide Stand by field of view.

It's reasonably wlde. MARK. Okay.

Okay, CSM for 20 seconds. CSM, hmmm. That's a different story.

And they also want the ATM Sun end. 0kay. For 20 seconds.

3820

,CDR-EVA PLT

There's

no way I can see the CSM from here.

Well, Just get it - I guess you're supposed to get it later.: Well, maybe I can just move around. on the Sun end,

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I think when you get out there you may be able to, Jer. Okay. You're going Boy, there get here. Okay - Looking Yes. Okay, Bill. Okay. I'm still at 1/250, pretty good. and I think I'll do 20 seconds right down this thing

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 27 22 SPT-EVA

to have to lean over, though. shots I'd like to

sure are some good

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

is beautiful.

of the Sun end now.

it's still probably

PLT

Yes, they don't indicate any change for any of those. Just tell me when you start shooting. All right. MARK. Okay. Stand by MARK. Okay. I had to run a little bit longer because I panned too slow. It's okay; a slow pan is better than fast. Okay, what else is on the schedule? Terminate. I'm running.

CDR-EVA 034 17 27 45 CDR-EVA PLT PLT 03h 17 28 05 PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

3821

•PLT CDR-EVA

CSM is all. Okay. I'll have to get that when I go up over the - Okay. See that the DAC pushbutton is off, pushpower off. Make sure the thing is not running. Yes. Attach DAC to clothesline and lock. It says transfer DAC to VF, but I think probably what you want to do is hold that - hold onto that until you get out there. Yes. You know, I'm Just going to have to go over on the other - the other side of the ATM, and I don't know what there is to hold on to over there to get this picture.

PLT

CDR-EVA 034 17 28 31 PLT

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Yes, you're going to have to plant - hold on the solar shield there and see what there is in the way of handholds, very - very much, then. Jer. I don't think there's

CDR-EVA

What if I just go right over the top here? over the Sun end of the can. Hold on. here.

Right

SPT-EVA

Let me take a look and get turned around

CDR-EVA

That'd be the safest way from a - a solar-panel aspect. Yes. Yes, "I think if you - -

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

I'll Just try to be careful not to stuff my foot in any apertures. I thought you meant along the perimeter, Jer.

SPT-EVA 034 17 29 24 CDR-EVA

That's what I'm saying. If I go around the perimeter, then my umbilical has to get there, too. So I'm worried about getting it on a solar panel. All right, hold up a minute. Let me - Let me try to manage it for you. I'm not in a position to do that right now.

SPT-EVA

3822

_-"

•CDR-EVA

Okay. left.

There's

80 - about

78 percent

of the film

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 30 21 CC

Oh, that's good. Tell me when you're Yes; wait Okay. Got to get my umbilical squared away here. a minute. ready, Ed.

Skylab, we're back with you through the Vanguard for ll minutes. Roger, Story.

CDR/SPTEVA SPT-EVA

Okay, I've got your umbilical, Go ahead.

Jerry.

You're

clear.

CDR-EVA kay. 0 CC And, Ed, Just for planning, we need to terminate S020 in about B minutes. All right, we'll Just switch on to the next one.

SPT-EVA PLT

B0 minutes. The next priority is a B0-minute exposure; so we'll have to back-to-back it also. Story, would _hey like to pick up the next exposure, which is shorter than a B0-minute, and have it all in one sequence or press on with the B0, which is going to have us break that one up too? Like you to press on with the 30. And even though you may not have time to finish it, Just go right down that checklist there. Okay; will do.
i

SPT-EVA

CC

SPT-EVA CC

And on those, you can initiate them right at sunrise and terminate at sunset. And don't worry about going through the atmosphere. Okay. I thought - thought we had to. The cue card specified it. We'll trust that ....

0B_ 17 31 ll

SPT-EVA

3823
/_

• CC SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

So

that'll good.

get

you

a little you,

more

time. you doing, Jar?

Very

Thank

Story.

How

Well, I don't have anything problem. I got a beautiful

to hold onto is my view of the command it. Yes, to bold

module. I got no way of photographing I got two hands holding on and nothing the camera with. SPT-EVA

Can you get yourself all the way to the other edge so you can put your foot in - on the hack side on the - the solar shield there? That's why I'm looking to see what - what there is over here to put my feet on. There isn't anything down there. I think I've got a hunch here. I'm going to waste a little film, hut I'm going to have to punch the camera with one hand and then dump it. Cecil B. De Mille would turn over in his grave. Well, let's second - Yes. - - I believe, That 's affirm. I want That's Okay. Okay. I'll About wait 1 minute you for changing Ed. All the S020. 20 seconds, affirm. Bill? here. see; this is all still 12 frames per

034

17

31 4h

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA
r

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

until

do that,

That's all right. There's no big deal there. I've got to do is flip it. I can do that in nothing flat. Umbilical' Bill, s looking good.

SPT-EVA CC

Houston.

382_

• PLT 034 17 32 47 CC

Go, Story. Sounds like you guys are doing it already, but we suggest finishing up the - the DAC and the Nikon work here. When you get done with that, it looks like you'll come to a convenient time to run your T025. That window starts at 17:53, and - 17:53 to 17:58. And finish up the T025 ops there in that window. Take all the frames there. Yes, I think that's right, Story. work out Just like that. Okay, how about 8020 here? That ought to

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT PLT 034 17 33 23 PLT

Okay, l0 seconds. Stand by MARK. (Tone) You can go to frame n_mber 2.

CDR-EVAFramenumber2 is set. PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA Okay - Sounds like an EVENT Yes. The alignment - Okay, the alignment is still good but it's - let me give it to you again, if that's what it is. Bill, Okay. Give me l0 seconds. about 10. Okay MARK. Okay. Okay,that finishes that up. ___ I've already been running I'm running. TIMER.

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

PLT 03h 17 33 59 PLT CDR-EVA PLT

3825

• SPT-EVA

Okay, we're still looking now at about one unit to the left and one unit up on the alignment. Okay. Man, that was wormy! over the edge now.

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I'm coming back

Okay, Just a second. I have to get back in m_ shoes here, Jer, so I can manage your umbilical. All Come right. ahead if you want, though; it looks good.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC PLT CC

Bill, Houston. Go ahead, Story. We'd like that first frame of T025 to be filter A-1 at 1/1000. When will we resume operations? That'll be at 17:53, that window there. Okay, we 'll do it. See some - Pick up with Alfa 2 at $ seconds, et cetera.

PLT CC PLT CDR-EVA 034 17 35 01 PLT CC

And we only want the sunset part of that. After the Sun goes down about 17:58, terminate T025. You can get it out of the way so it won't interfere with your Sun end ops. Okay. Oh, donel Okay, I think I got some real good pictures of the commnnd module with a lot of Earth going by underneath. Very good. Is there any way of checking to see if that thing advanced fi]m_? Oh, yes.

PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

3826
• SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA Is there Oh, sure. a readout there?

I'd like to take a It's got about 65 percent I could feel it running. Oh, yes. Okay. All right. Let's see now - I'll get back on my in, huh? I think left on it. We plan to use that?

We'll use as much of it as we can.

Probably be sending the DAC back that's our next step ... Just a second here.

034 17 36 03 034 17 41 41

PLT SPT-EVA

Transfer DAC to the - Okay.

There is about - About 30 percent of the film is left now. 0kay. Okay, Jer, send her back. Let's see; how are we doing on your umbilical. That's clear. And T025. Okay. Okay, where's that coming? Okay. at me, Jer,

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

034 17 42 05

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Pull on the striped one. Trouble
SO - -

is, I got two stripes looking

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Oh, the one in your right hand? Yes, Okay. Come on, friendly DAC. it easy here now. Jer. let me get around T025. There we go.

Okay, let's Got

Just take

an END-OF-FILM

light,

You do?

3827
•SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Yes. There's 40 - 30 percent left there.

Well, it says end of film on the - END-OF-FILM light is on. Oh, boy, I hope that's not really the end of film. Well, it's reading close to - not empty, but -

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

I would go ahead and shoot it, and - you know, don't - don't take a whole lot of time doing it, but go ahead and use it and see if it will go dow_. All right. Just a minute here. off and under onto me. I got to get it

SPT-EVA

034 17 43 28

CDR-EVA

I couldn't see any lights out here. I could feel it was running, but I could hardly see the green light, let alone a red light. Yes, it'll go ahead and run, of course. But the indicator left. said there was about 30 percent

PLT CDR-EVA

PLT

Well, the film could be broken or the - it could be an erroneous light indication. One of them does that; I forget which. Yes. Tell me when you want some more words. We're about l0 minutes away from T025 data take. All right, let me take around 5 minutes to go on up. Let's see; how're the settings on this thing? 8, infinitely, and 1/250.

CDR-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA

034 17 43 59

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

It's set on 12 frames per second. Let's see; 8 - okay, the T got moved around. 8, and infinity, huh? Right. T,

CDR-EVA

3828

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• SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. 1/250 ought to still be good.

Let me just get a few of you in view there, Jer, and then I'll go on up and - Boy, that thing moves around. Darn settings on this thing. Okay, Jer. Oh, you can at least wave. Save it for the

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay. Don't take too much. good stuff. Okay.
WaS.

03h 17 45 13

SPT-EVA

Now, let me try and get back up where I

CDR-EVA

Golly, I hope I didn't take it all up unwittingly there, by believing that darn dial. Yes, the first mark's 20 percent. Well, you never know, Jer, with these DACs. Now let me just get here. Goldang it. What I ... Oh, I knew. Hey, Bill? Yes. While we're waiting for Ed, how about reading a description again of the zero-g cover I'm supposed to remove? Okay. I don't Stand by i. see it. me

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA 03h 17 46 19 PLT

Zero-g fixtllre cover retriev_l. Okay, I will roll the canister to minus 2400 arc minutes. EV-2, tether and remove screwdriver from VS tree. Remove four of six screws from 5-inch-diameter cover located between the S055A aperture door, S082B-1 aperture door, and S082B film replacement door handle. Okay, I think I see what they door is over it. are driving at.

CDR-EVA 034 17 46 57 CDR-EVA

The S082B-2

3829
i--

• PLT CDR-EVA

Oh.

Maybe

they

forgot

about pinning

that thing. I get

Well, we'll up in those

Just have to look foot restraints.

at that when

PLT

And let's see. I don't know if you want to deploy the tether or not - the clothesline, that is. Get it in position. You've got about - Oh, it 's deployed. Oh, you already got it up there.

CDR-EVA PLT 034 17 h7 23 CDR-EVA

Yes, we've been using it for the camera. Next thing to do is the transfers. And I guess we got T025 next. I suppose - You want me to stay here, Ed, or do you want me to come down and help you with T0257 We're - The operations here anyway. are going to grind to halt

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

I might Just as well, except you have to manage my umbilical; it may not be worth your trouble. Oh, that's Okay. Can you feel it running? Yes. You're I hate to stop this mother, having my problem. thing! Boy, that was awful. though. no problem.

SPT-EVA 034 17 47 56 CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

This blasted

All right. Let me see. Let me see how much it says we got left. It says we're sitting on empty. But I can feel it. Well, you wasn't film then. Well, you could - it must not have been moving

PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

have been

Just moving

the roll.

Tell you what. seconds here.

Let me Just run it for a few more

3830

•CDR-EVA 034 17 49 03 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPY-EVA CDR-EVA SPY-EVA

Yes.

Go ahead.

Make sure it's all used.

How much Okay.

time to the T0257

Okay, about 5 minutes. Okay, I'm going to get back 0kay. However, I better got a clothesline We got 6 minutes All right. 06:43. T020's quivering out. T020? Or S020? I'm sorry. Oh, boy. like mad. Okay, it's damping be careful because I think wrapped around my leg. and 52 seconds to terminate sunset? I down in there.

PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 17 49 28 CDR-EVA

S020.

How much time until

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPY-EVA CDR-EVA SPY-EVA

Or S020;

T020 always quivers. (Laughter) Okay, let me get this DAC squared All right. They too. also want another temperature measurement, away.

PLT

Okay. We got 6 minutes and 20 seconds to go on S020 for this orbit. And we start SO - T025 17:53:23, about 4 minutes, 3-1/2. And we want Alfa i filter in for the first exposure. All right, hold it. fastest

SPY-EVA CDR-EVA

It's going to have to be the world's transfer here.

I

3831

•SPT-EVA I

No, that's all right, Jer. I'll try and get it started. If you can get back, all right. If you can't Okay. I'm trying to get this darn DAC put away now. Man, I'll tell you Just tether it somewhere back out of the way and let her float. Well, there 's not that many places here ; I 'm putting it on the handrail right now. Okay. However, I'm going to take your suggestion and I'm halfway into the cabin airlock now and I'll Just tether it. Okay, it's in the airlock and tethered. That shouldn't give us any more problem. Well, how's the umbilicalsituationlook? Oh, it looks all right. You ready Yes. for me?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

03_ 17 50 26

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA P

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Why don't you -

Why don't you just throw it into the airlock? Okay, now. Jer, I'm throwing n_ feet into the restraints Okay. Okay, that looks good. into the tight quarters now,

CDR-EVA

Okay, we are getting right?

SPT-EVA

Yes, why don't you Just come on in? Try to keep as close as you can and I'll have to do some rechecking on the alignment here, anyways. Okay, you'll want Alfa - Alfa filter should still be in there. Yes, I got Alfa 1 in there, Bill, and I'm going to check the alfgnment in Just a second, soon as Bill - or Jerry gets through here.

034 17 52 04

PLT

SPT-EVA

I 3832 _

• PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 17 52 19 PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. ... Beautiful. I will be in Just a second. All right. Okay, Good. Okay. We're We got about 1 minute before the opportunity. going to make it perfectly. Maybe I can slip back behind you.

you can.

Well, let me - let me get myself up here and take a look in here. Can you hold my feet? Sure can. Let me get mine right. Got you. locked in here. All

CDR-EVA

034 17 52 40

SPT-EVA

Okay. I guess maybe it's Just a little bit off. But I got to get it right down in there. Okay. 0kay. Now, I want Right. All right. That was beautiful timing. window. Okay. So we want 1/1000 on Alfa l, and Bravo be next. So we want one frame of Alfa Finish at your pleasure. filter will 1 at 1/1000. We Just started our 1/1000, huh? Perfect.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA 034 17 53 27 PLT

SPT-EVA

Okay. Let me hand this thing back to Jer. And it's wrapped around s_nething here, so hold on.

F i
f--

3833

• CDR-EVA

All

right. Here you are.

r
SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 17 53 47 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA Okay. It's all set? It's all set. All right. OPEN, Okay. 1/lO00, and you're lined up.

Here it goes.

CLOSEd. Bravo 1. Is that going to

What about that clothesline? hold us up any? It probably will. Ah!

SPT-EVA PLT

I - I'd go ahead and take the pictures. would press on with them.

I - I

SPT-EVA i-CDR-EVA

Hold on here, Bill. If we can get this thing out of the way very quick,we'll have time. Okay. Okay. what's Bravo We've next? got A-1 - A-l, 1/1000, done. And

034 17 5_ 20

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

l, one - l/B0;

1/30.

I Just don't bend (Laughter) There you go.

that way.

Finger out of there.

Let me get it - take it over for you. Okay. Okay. Bravo. Bravo 1. Okay. What He's got it and he's putting time? it in. A is - A is Velcroed.

3834
l

•PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 55 i0 034 17 55 ii CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 55 21 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 55 32 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

1/30; 1 over 3 - 30.

I
Okay. That's OPEN, Bravo Okay. OPEN, Bravo Ah CLOSEd. 2, 1 second. set. CLOSEd. i, 1 second. Go ahead, Jer.

- Okay. CLOSEd. 2, 1/15; 1/15.

OPEN, Bravo Set.

034 17 55 40 CDR-EVA OPEN,CLOSEd. PLT SPT-EVA Bravo 3, 1/4 of a second.

--

That clothesline will be in the picture, but that's the breaks of the game. It'll probably be out of focus, l/h? Roger. Bravo 3?

PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 56 02 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA 034 17 56 15 CDR-EVA

Roger. 1/4 is set. OPt, Bravo Okay. OPEN, CLOSEd. 3, 1/250. We got it. CLOSEd.

3835

.PLT

Turn S020 to STOWAGE. S020 - That 's correct. - - going to STOWAGE 0kay. And that was a i00 - 1/250 Eight. Okay. Bravo 4, 1/250. filters again? on Bravo 3, was it? now.

l
SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 03h 17 56 43 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Do we have to change No. Okay. Here it goes. Bravo 4, 1/250.

OPEN, CLOSEd. Bravo 4, 1/4 of a second. That's the last one.

Okay. And then me asurement. Okay. There Okay. OPEN, CLOSEd. Terminate All right. T025. is h.

I'll give you the S020 temperature

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 17 56 55 CDR-EVA PLT CDE-EVA 034 17 56 59 SPT-EVA

Okay. Let me get a temperature real quick. All right. Thank you. I 'ii hold you.

measurement

here

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

3836

•CC

Okay, Skylab, we hear you completing T025. got you through Tananarive for 7 minutes. 99.5. Roger ; 99.5. So that's up there.

We I

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

It sure is. That's higher than it was at the end of the last orbit. Yes, why don't you - Okay, that completes data tak [sic].

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Tell you what. Why don't you, when you get a chance, give Story those measurements - those temperature measurements. Okay. I got it - to configure for end of data take here. Okay. And that's surprising. We were setting there in the low - in the mid 80's there. What temp did you have last orbit?

PLT

SPT-EVA

CC

CDR-EVAAbout8_ to 85,Story. 034 17 57 37 CC CDR-EVA Okay. Now this time, about 99. Got it. We'll _get one at the dayside, too, to see whether Just when we're c_ning into day to see what the - Okay, you got to put that Okay. Okay. Go. Story, I got some temperatures for you. filter away. at the end of this orbit, it's

CC SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CC

3837

•PLT SPT-EVA PLT CC PLT CC 034 17 58 39 SPT-EVA

84.5 degrees at 16:15. Oh, boy. 85.7 at 16:25. Okay. 99.5 degrees at 17:57. Okay. Okay, you want to get those things inside before we knock one of them and lose them? I think Yes. So I need to get out of the shoes and get in. Okay. And, Story, we got 22 minutes and h6 seconds the 30-minute exposure on S020 on that pass. Thanks, Okay. Bill. Now let me regroup here and see where I am. Bill, is to on that's a good idea. Get T025 inside, too. 80.3 degrees at 17:0h.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 17 58 50 PLT

CC PLT SPT-EVA

Okay. Tell you where we're heading, get the T025 completely inside. Beautiful. Tell me when Okay. That's a good deal. you are red-eye here. [ready],

PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

sir.

Story, that was aa wrist tether

I don't have

- - total of 402. I tell you what. Let me - Why don't you swing it around and let me get a hold of it and then I'll loosen it. Yes ....

SPT-EVA

3838

• CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes.

J
On T025. Okay, you got it? No. Now I got it.

Just a minute here. Let me pull the D-ring back over on this side of the latch - a little bit. Okay. Got her?

03_ 18 00 01

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC

Sure do. Okay. It's all yours.

Bill, we're not getting any data of course through Tauanarive and you've probably already done it, but if you haven't, it might be a convenient time to INHIBIT CMG CONTROL and get a nominal H-CAGE in. I've already done it. St ory. Okay, Bill. I was about 5 minutes late on the last orbit after the data-take period. So I think that probably accounts for the low TACS usage of the last nightside pass. I remembered it this time,

PLT

CC PLT

SPT-EVA

Story, it sounds like you guys have got that TACS figured right down to the last percent. We always try. You always do it. for 025.

CC SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 18 00 58 CDR-EVA

Okay, Ed, I'm ready Okay.

Don't know Just exactly what I'm going to do with it, but I'm ready. I tell you what. I'll - Let me Just take the wrist tethers that we have on S020 off, so I can tether the 25.

SPT-EVA

3839

•CC

And once you get T025 secure in the airlock, that might be a good time to take your long eye relief piece off. Okay. Good idea. Let's do that in the airlock there, Jer, so in case it does bound out of your hands, you got a chance of not losing it. Yes. You can try to be like a goalie out there in front of the hatch. (Laughter)

CDR-EVA SFf-EVA

034 18 01 30

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA/ CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA r

If it comes your way, bat it back. 0kay. You're Yes. dressed like one, anyway.

CDR-EVA (Laughter) That's for sure. SPT-EVA 034 18 02 09 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Okay, old friend.

Man, who put this on here so tight? Watch your right elbow. Yes, Yes. Boy, that guy was strong, Super Ed. There we go now. Following whoever he was. I know, the camera. You're leaning on the - -

There we c_ne. 2658 turns.

CC

Skylab, we're a couple of minutes from LOS here. Next station will be Hawaii, about 37 minutes at

18:4o.
PLT Roger, at 18: 40.

3840

•SPT-EVA CC SPT-EVA CC SPT-EVA CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03h 18 03 39 SPT-EVA

So long,

Story. I I really do.

So long, Ed. Story, I wish you were here. So do I. It 'll happen. Yes, sir. (Laughter) Oh, boy. You'll note the four point restraint.

Now I got it tethered here. I'll tell you what. Why don't I hand in the occulting disk first? Okay. I don't - It doesn't ever way is most convenient. Well, it does because here. Okay. Oh, shoot! 0kay. Okay. Now when you think you got it, I'll take off mY restraint. I've got it. Stared by. Now you have you? another restraint out there, don't If you can reach that, Just pull it in. matter to me; which-

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

I got this

end tethered

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 18 04 06 CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Yes, we've got one on the - On the thermometer. Thermometer, right.

Okay, we seem to be one short in here now.

3841

•SPT-EVA

Yes, I - Well, we got one on the DAC still. If you want to Just put that DAC over there in the corner, you can if you need that restraint. Oh, no, we're not short one. waist tether in here. Watch Ahhh ! I've got to come over and watch this operation. (Laughter) Tell me when Manl I'm bumping the goal tender. your right foot on that There's another

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CREW 034 18 05 24 PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

camera

there.

Grace, thy name is Carr.

Can I help you, Jer? (Laughter) Ho, Ho, Ho! Okay, what else is in the pouch that we have to get? Well, it. we got scissors. I think that's probably

SPT-EVA

PLT

I think that's it. 82A, B tree.

The tool is out there on the

CDR-EVA PLT PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 18 07 29 PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Yes. Sun end tree. Wish I could help. Jer does, too.

I'd like to Just hand it to you, Bill. Got that cinched up pretty tight there now. Yes, I may have overdone it.

No, it'll be all right. He - he needs enough to get out but that's sure - that's sure going to hold it down nice and tight.

B842

,CDR-EVA

Okay. Now, my next move is to take off the right here - there without kicking the camera. Okay. Very The Job is now 50 percent good. little lens still in there? done.

034 18 08 40

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

Now, is that

Now comes the other hard part. Hey! It's on!

034 18 09 55

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Be autiful. Attaboy. Okay. aren't Well done, Jer. going to be 1/25 or 1/250,

We're we?

either

SPT-EVA

Yes, why don't you go 1/250. probably be in the Sun. Okay. Oh, boy, are my hands

Most

of it will

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 18 l0 40 CDR-EVA

getting tired.

Yes, I know. I'm going to rest them for a minute.

Ed, I think I'll put this camera right next to where the DAC is there, on that handrail, so that it'll be easier for you to get to. Or would you rather Just have it outside on your handrail? No, let's put it on the handrail that we - right right where the - next to where the DAC is. Okay. I'm afraid of losing those things. Hey, Bill, why don't you read me the words on the sample that we're supposed to bring back in of the material. Okay. Stand by 1. Let me find it. on this piece, Jer, and

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

Because I've been working it's going to be a chore. Yes.

CDR-EVA

3843

• SPT-EVA

What we might be able to do, however, start right back here. Well, I thought I had it Just a moment by. Zero-g fixture retrieval. It's in that Yes. think same area, I think.

is Just

034 18 12 17

PLT

ago.

Stand

CDR-EVA PLT

Here we go. It's taped together. maybe this is it.

Okay, I

SPT-EVA 034 18 12 34 SPT-EVA

Boy, that 's dumb. I think if I can get that started tho_gh, pull that back and get the scissors going, then I got it. Yes. Okay, I guess I better move the Sun end again. on back up to

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA PLT 034 18 12 51 CDR-EVA

Okay, Jer, let me get out of your way. Clipboard and material Heaven only knows bilicals are in. what - conditions the - the um-

SPT-EVA

Well, here; hold on. Let me - Let me get back and get this thing back on my wrist and I'll kind of analyze where we are again. Yes, Okay. Okay, now I 'm not sure I 'm talking thing, but is this the - Is this my umbilical? The AM meteoroid Okay, samples. samples. I believe about the right that's what I'm trying to do right now - also.

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 18 13 30 PLT SPT=EVA

the AM meteoroid

Ease it back here I am now, Jer. Okay.

out of your way, which

CDR-EVA

3844

• $PT-EVA

At least I'm getting back panel. Okay.

here.

I'm hitting

the !

034 18 13 42

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

You got a clear pass this time, Jer. Yes. Looks nice.

You're hung up on - There you go. Let's go. just about Bill. into sunlight, if

Tell me when we're you would, please, Okay. Okay.

PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

We've got 17 minutes to go.

It's not the clipboard No, it's AM -

material

retrieval.

Is this a change or is it -

SPT-EVA It'sa change. CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT Yes, it's on our change thing. Handwritten or teleprinter?

Well, I read through there, but I must have missed it. Let me read through it again. Well, that's all right. there. Now let me take the trees there, Jer. Now this It'll - It'll show up and start sending you down

SPT-EVA

03_ 18 15 27

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

is not the sci - the scissors? yes.

This is use of the scissors,

Okay .... scissors ... Okay, cut airlock module material cover between F-9 and where the hatch locks or snaps into materials? Yes, hold on. Let me - get those words in a second. I'm up to my from you

SPT-EVA

38&5

•PLT

Okay. Because the way this thing is printed, it doesn't - It's hard to separate the various tasks by title. Yes, they ought to have a major title. me see now. That's c_m_ng down towards the other hook on the other side. Wonder where we are right now? line down there. Okay, Jer, whenever coming at you. All right. you're Okay, you. let Get

-

SPT-EVA

034 18 16 48

CDR-EVA

I can see a coast-

SPT-EVA

ready.

We got blivets

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

And this is the VS tree you're sending down? Yes. Okay. Transfer VS tree to VT. a big blivet. got that screwdriver on

Boy, that's Sure is. the other Okay.

Remember you side there.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

It looks still pretty secure. So I'll - you you tell me when you want me to do anything. All right.

CDR-EVA 034 18 17 36 SPT-EVA

Okay, Bill, may I now have those words on - on what piece is to be cut off? Okay, let me see if I can find the right section here. Okay, I'm Just going to pick up reading here. EV-1, stow T025 container on FAS temporary stowage hook and lock. From the D024 panel, A side, tether and remove two twin-pole sail samples. Translate the FAS and then grad - That's not what you wanted? No.

PLT

PLT

SPT-EVA

38_6

•PLT SPT-EVA 034 18 18 18 PLT

Okay. Scissors ... scissors.

Okay, this ss_fs retrieve scissors from airlock module pouch and pass to EV-I. EV-I, tether scissors. Cut airlock module material cover between F-9 and where the hatch lock. locks There's or snaps F-8. into.

SPT-EVA

Hatch - F-9 and hatch F-5, F-4. F-9, huh?

Here's

PLT

Cut airlock module material covei- between Foxtrot and where the hatch locks or snaps into (verify) part of material in Sun and part in shade. I don't know where the hack F-9 is. There's F-8. Ahh, wait a minute. The hatch lock. I wonder what the heck they're ta]_king about. I thought it would be obvious. Well, hatch lock. could they? I don't know. Okay, I've got the tree installed. They couldn't mean hinge line,

9

SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA 03h 18 19 39 CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Let me see if I can pick up here. I re Transfer VS tree to VT [sic]. Remove clothesline hook from container-door end of VS tree. That 's done. Stow VS tree lock. Done. Release Done. Connect hooks together out of way behind head head for VS transfer. Okay. Okay. and position clothesline of VS transfer - behind second clothesline hook. in receptacle on solar shield and

CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA

Let me get the hooks put together They're hooked together.

here.

3847
1-

034 18 20 23 •PLT

Okay, you've been out 3 hours now. an EMU status check here?

Could I have

PLT

Oh, if it's not convenient, I can get it in a couple of minutes. Okay, I'm 3.7 and no light.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

3.6 and no lights. Okay. Okay, Jer. Ed is supposed to unclamp your LSU, provide slack for VS transfer. And egress VT EV-2 - egress VT foot restraints and ingress VS foot restraints. Okay, that's in work. looks good, Jer.

CDR-EVA 034 18 21 03 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 18 21 13 CDR-EVA

Okay, your umbilical All right.

Keep your clamp at approximately

35 feet.

Oh, I meant to tell you guys, our command module certainly does look dingy. Yes. Dingy and brown.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Yes, I was noticing that the last time I was out. It was already starting to turn. Okay. Unlock and open S082A container door. S082A container door, huh?

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

That's what it says. All right.

Then it says open S082A ATM door. Now, wait a minute. I got tools across there now. I'm going to have to take the screwdriver off and tether it somewhere.

38_8

034 18 21 55 •PLT

That's too bad. I think they were giving us essentially screwed the requirements there. They wanted a 2-inch ball of tape there, and they also wanted it stuffed down between the two containers, 82A and 82B. Yes, that's will work. all right. That's the We've got something important thing. that

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

Okay, it's off and tethered. door.

Now I can open that

PLT

Okay. I'm going to reread those two steps Just to make sure. Unlock and open S082A container door. And open S082A ATM door. PUSH button and rotate handle to UNLOCK. Okay. The container door is open. Now, the 82A-

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT 034 18 23 29 CDR-EVA

ATM door. ATM door. and rotate handle to UNLOCK.

PUSH button

Well, I'm still trying to locate it. Are you supposed to rotate the canister or anything for me? Okay. 82 - right at me but 82A's over out of

PLT CDR-EVA

82B's looking the way. All right. Oh, yes. Yes.

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Good question, stand by 1. You should have it where either side there. they're spread-eagled on

PLT

That meaus I got to go back and pick up there again.

3849
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• SPT-EVA t CDR-EVA

Yes, when the checklist is not in blocks it'stough to wingit. I think maybe I was supposed center workstation. No, I'm not sure.

like -

to do that from the

PLT CDR-EVA

I'm not sure.

Really, it doesn't matter, Bill. If you Just want to start moving the canister slowly, I'll tell you when to quit. Okay. Use the low speed. back. I'm well away from it, standing

PLT 034 18 24 13 CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Can you see it moving? No. Well, if I enable the switch, maybe it will. Wrong Okay. Bill, you can use high speed if you want to. yes, that's fine. Say when. Okay. Got about another 30 degrees. That ought to do it. Very good. All right, I'm opening 82A now. Uh-oh. They aren't opened. What's that? 82A started did it open? Yes, it opened. Just had to give it a little tug. to give me a little trouble on opening. Oh, way.

PLT CDR-EVA

PLT 03_ 18 25 ll CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

That's the one that we've - I guess they had trouble with on SL-3. Okay, Bill.

CDR-EVA

3850

• PLT

Okay. I was Just reviewing there to make sure. Just a second, Jer. I'm - Okay. Move locking handle to release mag. I'll reread that - That's done.

I

CDR=EVA PLT

Okay. Partially remove mag. Fold handle by pressing release button and complete removal. All right. Okay, it's removed. and insert mag in

CDR-EVA 034 18 25 57 PLT

Align container container. In work. It's in.

and mag arrows

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA 034 18 26 l0 PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 18 26 26 CDR-EVA PLT

Verify handle on mag below container door seat. Done. Close and lock S082A container Okay. 6 minutes of night left, Ed. Okay, Unlock Okay. thank you. and open S08_B container A is closed and locked. door. All right. Unlock. door.

Right. Close and lock 82A container door and unlock and open 82B container door. Okay. It's open. down, close and lock

034 18 26 37

CDR-EVA PLT

Move $082A ATM locking handle S082A ATM door. All right. That's That 's in work.

CDR-EVA 034 18 26 56 CDR-EVA PLT

Okay.

cc_plete. and rotate handle

Open S082B ATM door, PUSH button to UNLOCK.

3851

.CDE-EVA CDR-EVA

Uh-oh.

82B is tight.

Ugh!

Can't

get it.

Son of a gun. It's in solid. Depress Yes.

It was nice

and easy last time.

CDR-EVA PLT 03h 18 27 47 CDR-EVA

the handle,

huh?

The handle's all the way over into UNLOCK. Let me stick my hand in the end, like through the port. Boy, it's sure a tight, snug fit. Okay, get - It looks like the whole door is warped.

PLT CDR-EVA 03h 18 28 Ol SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Are you able to get it, though? No. Let me reread it. I'm sure you did it right, but Open S08?_B ATM door, PUSH button, and rotate handle to UNLOCK. Yes, that's done. left to release mag. Partially

CDR-EVA PLT

Move locking handle remove mag.

034 18 28 23

CDR-EVA

Okay. The whole fi]m door looks like it's been like it's been warped. And the corner that's closest to me is real snug. And the other side's open; got a wide gap. Well, I wonder if when you come into sunlight, whether that might not make the difference. Well, we can wait You're and see. huh?

034 18 28 46

SPT-EVA

CDR.EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

not able to click it though,

No. It is really solid. Of course, the other one looks like - like it's that tight, too. Did you get A - A yet? Yes, I got A. B's the one that's hung up solid,

PLT CDR-EVA

3852

034 18 29 17

SPT-EVA

Okay.

Hey, Jer, when you got ice coming out of I

thefront thePCU? of CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA Yes. Looks like I got it now. Okay. Got a water connector leaking.

Hang on for another couple of hours there, Ed. Okay, what was the decision last time on it?

Oh, we didn't do anything. When I got in, we got a new PCU and a new umbilical. Okay. Water cooling seems to be working all right.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Yes, mine hung in pretty well, too. You Just got to be losing a lot out of the system. Well, up. I could feel the dogs in the door opening

03_ 18 29 59

CDR-EVA

034 18 30 00

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

*** door opening up. A prybar, huh?

A crowbar would do nicely.

None that we have. is what I need.

A good old-fashioned

crowbar

SPT-EVA

Well, there's a prybar go over and get it. Where is it?

available

if you want to

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

It's over - hanging off the - extension tether that they used to pull up the - SL-2 guys used. Oh, down on the side of the workshop? Yes. Okay, I'm looking at 3.65 and no lights.

CDR-EVA 034 18 30 37 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

I got 3.7, no lights. Okay. And we're Just about ready to start S020 cooking again; about l-l/2 minutes, Ed. Are you

3853
f_

I

Just going to wait until the Sun shines on that and see if that - maybe thermalshockwill free it? CDR-EVA 034 18 B1 ll SPT-EVA Yes, might as well.

The last time I got it open, it opened pretty easily, and I did it in the sunlight. I see. That's Boy, the only thing I'm hoping shut. for.

PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 18 31 50 PLT

it 's like it 's welded

Okay, it'll only take us 7 minutes and 14 seconds to complete the BO-minute exposure. Okay, let me try to get a temperature for them. Okay. Oh, somebody Just turned on the floodlights. 90.5. Okay. enable That And I've - now I've got to do the CMG and all that. light on this problem? light on it. measurement

SPT-EVA

PLT 034 18 32 13 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 18 32 46 CDR-EVA

shed any more

Yes, there's

a whole

lot more

Can you see how warped

it is now, I guess?

Sure looks warped to me. I'll let it heat up a little bit and try opening it. I'll tell you what. While I'm - 0kay, Ed - - - while we're waiting for it to warm up, why don't you set the rotation to 2400, Bill, and we'll try to get this other rascal done. Okay, stand by 1 until I get the - The zero-g cover.

PLT CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA

385_,

•PLT

- - get the S020 cooking here. You can start the exposure by going to position 2 anytime, Ed. Just give me a call. Okay, are ATT errors small?

SPT-EVA 034 18 33 27 PLT

Yes, I - I've already enabled the CMGs and they're down to less than 0.1° They're all zero now. So just tell me when you go. Okay. I got a timer set here. Okay, stand by.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

... make it out of the shoes. Pretty aggravating, isn't it?

Yes, Just getting out of the shoes and lots of other things I got going here. Okay, going to 2 now. MARK. Okay. Good show ... And got 7 minutes, roughly, of - left to go. Okay, Jer. You want to go back the way you came, Bill, ROLL. Okay. The other way. Oh, that ' right. s Alignment Okay. Okay, Bill, that ought to be good. Now let's see if this S082B-2 door is over it. And that door is not pinned; it's - it's being held open. Let's see. We had a door rotor failure on 82B; was that it? on S020 is 1 to the left. in -

034 18 3h 19

PLT

CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 18 35 08 CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Yes.

3855
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• CDR-EVA

I'm going to have to pin this door in order to to open it. I'm going to have to pull the pin. I think Story will be up in a little bit. We'll tell him - if they concur - ask if they concur with that.

PLT 03_ 18 35 55 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Okay, Ahhh! That

the next

S020

exposure

will be 7-1/2 minutes.

I got it! a babe.

Which one did you get? 82B. Beautiful! Okay, Bill, you're going dude back a ways now. to have to rotate that

03_ 18 36 06

SPT-EVA

Okay. Hey, I'm getting lots of water coming out of here now, guys. Lots of water. It's coming out and freezing instantaneously. Oh, gosh. OFF. I wonder if you ought to go LCG FLOW,

PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT 03_ 18 36 27 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT PLT

Let me do that. Okay, Okay. Yes. Okay. Back in the other way that you were doing before. Well, wait a minute now. That's Okay. Did that stop that ice, Ed? - You're right. Keep going. Bill, give me some rotation in this thing. free?

Do - Your arms and everything

3856

• SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

It's not popping Okay, good, Bill.

off as fast as it was. Let me get this 82B out of here. And I

Okay, let me read the procedure there. need about l0 more fingers. Yes.

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Okay, open S082B ATM door, push button, and rotate handle to UNLOCK. Move locking handle left to release mag. That's done. Partially remove mng, fold handles, two of them, by pressing release button, and complete removal. That's complete.

034 18 37 16

CDR-EVA PLT

034 18 37 22

CDR-EVA PLT

Align container in - and mag arrows and insert mag in container. Okay, I'm working on that. I'm glad you did it. Boyl

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

That a babe, Jer. Yes.

Oh, I could Just see all kinds of bad news.

You know, when I - when you rotated that door around so I could get to the other item there, that put this door in a better leverage position. Okay. It's in its container, or closed and latched. Verify handle on mag below Done. Close and lock S082B container Done. Move $089_B ATM locking position. Right. handle right to LOCK door. the door is locked -

034 18 38 07

CDR-EVA

PLT 034 18 38 14 CDR-EVA PLT 034 18 38 16 CDR-EVA PLT

container

door seats.

CDR-EVA

3857
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• PLT CDR-EVA 034 18 38 28 CDR-EVA PLT

Close Okay.

and lock S082B

ATM door.

That 's in work.

And done. Reposition clear of aperture ready for door closure. Okay. Ready. doors and advise EV-3

03h 18 38 35

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Okay - I don't think you can close That's been it, probably. marked out of the

That's correct. checklist. All right. Unclamp

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

EV-I - unclamp

EV-2 LSU. and do

No, wait a minute. I've got to stay here this thing, if Ed's going to be okay. Yes. Oh, okay. Right. Sorry about that. fixture cover retrieval. Yes, start the rotation last time. Okay, Yes. Hello, minus 2400. way. CDR. to go on S020, back

Zero-g

CDR-EVA

the way you were

the

PLT CDR-EVA 034 18 39 l0 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 034 18 39 29 CDR-EVA

No, wrong Houston;

2 minutes All right.

and 20 seconds

Ed.

How's it looking, Jer? We're That getting is good. there.

q

3858

i

034 18 46 54 .PLT PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Now, let me check the BUS. Okay, we're 0kay. definitely

SUS 1 here ...

using water.

That bladder's out of sight. And I'm - You know, I reserviced that the other night, so I know where it was. Well, let's see now. We can go over to the other one, can't we? No, we can't. Well - no. Not without - No, we can't.

034 18 47 28

SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

I'm going to cold sos/[ my bod here before we run out. Still working; boy, there's no doubt about that. Ok%y, Ed, we've expos ure. Roger. Then we'll go for a 4 - 4-minute exposure. Man, is got about 1 minute to go on this

034 18 48 07

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Got it. I got the frapping that work. Beautiful. Okay, now - -

sample.

PLT SPT-EVA

Hold on; I'm going airlock.

to have to throw

it in the

034 18 48 33

PLT

Yes, I was going to say, I'm going to need you, but I'll wait here until you get that squared away. About 30 seconds, actually, if you can hack it. All right, Just hold on here. Oh. try - try and get over there now. I'll give you a mark. Oh boy, what a rat's nest. Okay. I'll

SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

3859

•PLT SPr-EVA PLT

Okay.

Any time you can - -

Oh, want to go to the next one? - - go to the next one, and this'll be 4 minutes. Give me a mark. All right, Okay. MARK. MARK. 22. 49:22. at 3.62 and no lights. How're I'm trying to get there.

SPT-EVA PLT 034 18 49 22 034 18 49 23 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Okay, l'm looking you doing, Jer?

CDR-EVA

I've got four out of six done. I'll be done here in about 3 minutes. Sure is fun throwing these screws away. T let them come up and then give them a little bat. You putting them retrograde? Oh, absolutely.

--

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Now that - This is going to terminate TO twen - S020. You're cc_ing up already, minutes. huh?

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

No, it's 2-1/2 A11 right.

Sorry. I'm Just trying to organize my thinking and planning. Sounds like you're doing all right out there, Jer. Yes, it's a lot easier than I thought it would be. There aren't too many threads on these screws. I guess that's why they chose it. Well, let me read the - the rest of the procedure. I kn - know you read it, but -

CDR-EVA

034 18 51 03

PLT

3860

• CDR-EVA PLT

All right. Remove four of six screws from 5-inch, et cetera,

et cetera. Discard screws. Remove 12-inch piece of tape from VS tree and place over cover to retain it while the last two screws are removed., '
r

CDR-EVA Okay. I'vegot it. PLT Remove two - last two screws. Remove cover with tape and tape to VS tree. Remove screwdriver from tether and tape to VS tree. Okay. Problem is, I've got to pry the - the plate up, and it doesn't look like it's too wild about coming up. And we've got about 37 minutes of daylight left. A minute and a half to go on this fourth exposure on S020. Okay, Bill.

CDR-EVA

03h 18 51 45

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT

1 minute to go on the S020 exposure.

SPT-EVAoger. R 034 18 52 34 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA Okay, we got that sample - Great. - - in and stowed. I tell you, that was no easy task for those scissors. I'll bet it wasn't. Oh, boy. Okay. For the S020 people - -

PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

All right, now - - - the number 3 exposure 42 seconds in duration. was 7 minutes and

SPT-EVA

Oh, boy, am I tied up here. All right, about ready to finish this other 8020?

are we

3861 /-034 18 53 07, PLT 15 seconds. Any time that you want out there and- All right, I'm ready. to get

SPY-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 18 53 17 SPY-EVA PLT

- - turn it back to stowage. All right. Stand by In stowage now. Okay. Well, that was 4 seconds early, but that's close enough for government work. Hold on now. Just a minute. I've got to get myself out of these darn clotheslines. Okay. I got the plate.

SPY-EVA

034 18 53 52

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EU/A

Be autiful. I Just doggone Good going, near lost it too. Whoo.

f

Jet.

I was under the impression it was Just a flat plate. But there's a big 2-inch plug underneath it, about 3-1/2 inches in diameter. Okay, Bill, I think that finishes me out here, doesn't it? That ' right • s Okay, so whenever Ed's ready to manage my umbilical, I'll come hack - come back down. Egress - That's right.

PLT 034 18 54 25 CDR-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

I'll go ahead

on - -

If you want - - - down to the VT. I'm going to read, and if Ed can do it, fine. And if he's btusy - -

3862

•SPT-EVA

Well, I'm try - right now trying to get myself out of this frapping clothesline. I got an umbilical through it. Okay. I'm going to read it, and then whenever you get around to doing it, fine. Just to keep the continuity going - EV-1 unclamp EV-2 LSU. EV-2 egress the VS foot restraints and ingress VT foot restraints. And then, EV-1 remove slack and then reclamp at approximately 31 feet. Man, it sounds like - I have somehow got this frapping clothesline tangled. There, I see how it's - how it is. Looks like it's underneath your SOP. No, you can't.

034 18 54 45

PLT

SPT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes. Oh, you can give it a tug. I ... - ... the center station. of it now. Looks

CDR-EVA

like you're

out

034 18 55 32

SPT-EVA

All right, let me take - Just back off and look before I get into this thing again. God, that was awful. Okay. I 'll tell you what, let me get S020 out of the - the Sun. I think that's Yes. Do that. I'll Just sit here and rest.

CDR-EVA 034 18 55 51 PLT

We're at the end of a data take, so I have inhib inhibited CMG control, and we're in nominal H-cage, TACS o- TACS control, as our configuration. Okay. And Ed - no need to acknowledge - I - it - I was it's in the reading that you're going to take one more temperature, I think. Yes. All right. Let me - let me get myself back down in here, find out where the heck I can work from. Okay. Okay, for the S020 people, the first exposure was a nominal duration of an hour and - Stand by 1. *** ... minutes, and that was very close to

SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA

034 18 56 54

PLT

3_3

60 minutes even. The second exposure was very close to 30 minutes, I mean like plus or minus a second as its - with its tolerance of timing. The third exposure was 7 minutes 42 seconds. And the third exposure was 3 minutes and 56 seconds. 03h 18 57 30 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA Hold on, I'll give you the temperature i0 - here. 103.

Oh, boy, it is heating up. i0 3.7. 0kay. Okay, that's it ...

All right. Let me - Think I ought to get S020 out of the way now, get it in the shade. I can see now why the booms are a better idea. Boy, it sure can become a rat's nest up here. Sure. Okay. Great. S020 is inside Good show. now - now, Jet. efficient working and stowed.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 18 59 35 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

A]] right,

Boy, this is one of the most EVAs I've ever seen. This is a little 8mbitious.

SPT-EVA PLT

No, y'all have dovetailed everything beautifully. I don't think you could do this any better in a doggone one-g situation. Okay. How do you stand, Jer?

034 19 00 00

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Okay, place - Not bad. I'm ready up to the to connect the clothesline

PLT

Tell me when you want me to continue reading.

3864

• CDR-EVA SlUr-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

__ll right. Okay. Okay. Go ahead ...

EV-I unclamp EV-2 LSU.

It 's unclamped. EV-2 egress VS foot restraints restraints. 0kay. That 's already done. and ingress VT foot

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. EV-1 remove slack, and then reclamp EV-2 LSU at approximately 31 feet. Okay. Give me an _MU status All right. check, Jer.

SPT-EVA PLT 034 19 00 39 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

I'm 3.7 sad no lights.

3.62 and no lights. Okay. handle That's EV-2, attach one clothesline hook to VS tree and lock hook. done.

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Unstow VS tree. 0kay. 0kay. Attach second clothesline hook to opposite of VS tree and lock hook. All right, And that 's in work. end

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA 034 19 01 39 PLT CDR-EVA

complete. EV-1 transfer VS tree to VF ... - -

Okay.

Okay. Wait Just a minute while I put this tool on it now. What's the matter, Ed?

3865
/--

• SPT-EVA

Nothing. I was Just trying to get _ own _bilical clamped and the darn thing is giving me a tough time. I'm going to have to slow down here. Okay. No need to rush now. stuff's done. Most of the hard

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Okay. What have we got to do? We've bring in a few samples yet, too, huh? That 's right. Just about it. it. Also, we have the S149.

got to

PLT CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 02 19 CDR-EVA

That's

Oh, that's right. That's something you could be doing, Ed. If you want - Go on; I'll send this back. Okay Okay, - it's ready to go back.

PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVAOkay. PLT Rever - Okay. Let me read here. Transfer VS tree to - to VF. Apparently you've already done that? No, it's en route. Okay. Oh, by the way, I - I reopened and latched it open. Okay. Okay. We got that. Press on. the S082B 2 door

CDR-EVA PLT 03h 19 Oh 25 CDR-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Okay. Remove clothesline hook fr_n container-door end of VS tree. Install tree in VF receptacle and lock. We got it. Release second clothesline hook.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

We got it.

3866

• PLT

Okay. Now, retrieve S149 and attach to Sun-end clothesline. Transfer S149 to EV-2. Oh, boy. Well, Oksy. It's buried back there in the bowels. slow and easy, Ed.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 05 30 SPT-EVA

just take your time, Will do it.

Ah, I'm going to have to clamp my own LSU very sagaciously so I won't have umbilical management problems. Now I can't get back there; have to come back out again. Well, I think we're doing pretty well in the time line. How much time we been out, Bill?

PLT

SPY-EVA 03_ 19 05 55 PLT

_]most _ hours - another 15 minutes; 3 hours and three-quarters. Well, we got all that T025 data anyway. Yes. Yes. And we were doing well - we were well organized for S020. It's Just a shame the thing heated up that way. Skylab, reading you loud and clear through the Vanguard for l0 minutes. Hello, Story. That's real good.

PLT CDR-EVA PLT PLT

03_ 19 08 12

CC

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, Story, we got the VS tree back here. We're Just getting S149 out. We've retrieved a sample around the airlock, and moving ahead here. Okay, Ed. And with respect to your leak, we rec_mend min flow on EVA HIGH FLOW. If you need more cooling than that, go intermittently to max on your water diverter valve. Okay. bit. I think I will up the airflow Stand by. a little

CC

SPT-EVA

3867

• CC PLT

And, Bill, did you get a reservoir reading yet? Story, I can't tell. I was Just looked at it, as we definitely have in a considerable amount. I can't accurate reading, but l'd say like 20 percent full right now. That's I went up and used the water give you an - it's probably a guess.

034 19 09 16

CC

Okay. And we estimate that Jer ran with the leak he had, when he had the leak, about 4 hours. So it may go a long time. Okay. I serviced it the other evening, and I knew where the bladder was, and it's hard to read that thing, you know, _-ith a flashlight back in there, because the bladder gets in the way after it expands so far. But anyway, I know we've used water. Okay, Ed, tell me when you want me to start reading again. Okay. l'm - I think we're squared Justhooking up 149to the Cloth esline ? - - clothesline Okay. Tell you, Story, there's a - these clotheslines are very simple, and they're easy to use. There's no problem with the transfer. But working up here in this workstation, doing a host of different things, which - which I have been, it sure complicates the problem. Very easy to get tangled up. Did you notice any abnormal dynam_ cs in the clotheslines, Ed? No. The only difference between the water and here, of course, is that they oscillate a lot with a higher magnitude and higher frequency. But no abnormal dynamics. It's Just like whipping a rope around down on the ground; pretty much Just the same. Just got another dimension. right now. away. l'm

PLT

034 19 09 54

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

CC

03_ 19 l0 31

SPT-EVA

p_

3868

• CC

Okay. And, Jer, did you happen to repin open that door that you had to close to get the zero-g fixture? Yes, I did, Story. Beautiful. It's open and latched.

CDR-EVA CC 03_ 19 ii 15 SPT-EVA

Thanks a lot, Jer.

Okay, Jer. We'll hook up around - hook up on one - one latch here, and it's locked, so c_ning out your way. Okay. And, Skylah, your Nikon photos out toward the Sun end, you may want to get those before putting the S149 out. Tell you what, you want me to send the Nikon along with this, Jer? Okay. Okay, let me Just back her up a little bit here. I'll get the Nikon on here too. Good call, Story. How much daylight 17 minutes. Okay. Open up to Nikon ops again and read me what they want. Okay. Retrieve Nikon, egress airlock module, ingress VF foot restraints. Attach Nikon to VS clothesline and transfer camera to VT. Tether Nikon and remove from clothesline. Take photos from all workstations. Use following settings: for Earth scenes or objects in Sun, 1/250; objects in shade, 1/125. Doc_ment discoloration, shadowing effects, twin-pole Sun-shade installation, OWS SAS, D02_, clipboard with $228, sail material, $230, CSM, and other targets of opportunity. left us, Bill? out

CDR-EVA CC

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 19 12 02 PLT CDR-EVA

PLT

034 19 12 49

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Take photos the Nikon. from FAS as desired, after - returning

3869

• SI>T-_A CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. All

Coming right. first.

at

you,

Jer,

Nikon

Going to take it nice and slow here, so I don't get things wound around. If you'll keep it separated - 0kay. - - I'll do a little pulling. Story, that sample we got for the materials people is a good one, Right underneath S-9 you got the effect of no sunlight, a very pronounced sh adowing. Okay, Ed. S020 is inside, Story. We got that stowed.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 13 37 SPT-EVA

CC SPT-EVA PLT

Also, Story, the temperatureof S020 at 18:58 was 103.7 degrees. And that's the time at which we brought it in.

SPT-EVA 034 19 14 34 CC

Okay, that's good. 105 was the limit that we wanted to go to in terms of damaging the film. Well, we got it Just - Just - Just in time. - - tad after that. now - Okay, ... thanks. What a photographer! on you. That's right, I get back. Ralph. Ralph Morris has nothing But it's in the airlock

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

CC 034 19 16 30 SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

Watch out for your

Job when

CDR-EVA

Ed, can you pull 149 back down out of the way?

3870

• SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 19 17 28 CC

Sure can. That's

Hold on. right there. Tananarive in

good enough

Skylab, we're a minute from LOS. 15 minutes at 19 :32. Okay, Story. So long, Story.

PLT SPT-EVA CC CDR-EVA

So long, Ed. Bill, did you load new film in this camera morning ? Negative. Doesn't look like it's advancing. the counter at 65 or something? Did you set this

PLT CDR-EVA

PLT

I didn't change it. You know, you said that it would ... use it last night, but I - I haven't touched _hat camera since we fixed it up yesterday afternoon. Okay. Can you see the counter on the back? Yes, it says 53. started out here. I though it said 4_ when we

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

034 19 18 20

PLT

I did too. It is possible you moved that while you were taping it? Well, I might have.

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Because

that's an awful easy little button to move. down as you take photos? Yes, it is. what

Is it counting

I'm going to check now and see. Well, you're in business. happened, because - -

It's probably

3871

"SPT-EVA

Okay. Well, let's figure it out, then. started at what number, Jer? 50?

You

CDR-EVA

I don't know. I'm - I was - I Just looked at it and saw it was 53. Then you took, what, maybe I've taken about eight a half dozen or so?

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

pictures

now, I think.

53 - Call it 52. had 43? 44. 44?

You started at 60, and we really

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT 034 19 19 01 SPT-EVA

So you got 35 left. So when you got six - when you're reading 16 or so is probably when you're out. Something like that. Yes. Okay.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Let's see, they want a - what, from each workstation and also the sample here? Yes. Something like that.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

There'll be another good one, Jer, looking back down the side of this vehicle to show the damage that was done when that panel ripped off. That's ri@ht. I'm going to try to get the position for that but - Well, I can help you - or I can do that from once you get up here; or if you want to. Either way. Well, I've got a - a good vantage point here, if I could Just get faced in the right direction. You know, it's a good thing exposed to the Sun. Uh-oh. I'm EV-1, not

CDR-EVA

034 19 20 14

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

3872

034 19 21 18. SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Is your

knob no longer

- so a lot of my

No, mF knob got hit over to 1/60, pictures are probably no good. Take them over again, Yes. Jer.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 22 52 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

l

You should have plenty of film, really. Getting Yes. Wait'll I straighten my hair. one of the SPT?

Okay, Jer, I have a roll I'm supposed to go to on the canister. You are through out there, aren't you? Let me get my feet up out of the way. Well, I can wait. Okay. Well, anyway. Okay. Okay. Okay. I guess I'll go look at the command module again. Then I'll be through. How much time we got, Bill? We've got _ hours and 5 minutes. No, no, no, no. Oh, I'm sorry. Okay. I mean how much Sun time. 4 minutes. loose, Ed? No rush. at this position

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

I was finished

CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 24 50 CDR-EVA

I'm clear.

PLT CDR-EVA PLT 03h 19 25 07 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

My _hilical

Yes, I'm feeding All right.

it out.

You ab - Are you about far enough, Jer?

3873

• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 26 0h SPT-EVA

Yes. Okay. Boy, every once in a while loose, and, boy, it really Yes. Okay. It's been quite a while. have an _U status check. Okay, I'll get to it in a minute. Okay. I'm 3.65 and no lights. Okay. Okay, I got my cc_mand Ed. module pictures. I guess I better sc_e of this ice lets - it really takes off.

CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 26 58 SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT 034 19 27 44 SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Coming back, Okay.

Okay, now what's It's hanging Okay.

the configuration

on 149 right now?

out halfway.

And we'll get lh9 out, and then we can ccme on back and get that other sample. When we get a little more daylight we can finish up the photography. Right. Oh, boy. Got about Okay. now. h0 seconds of day left, Jer.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 28 43 PLT CDR-EVA

I'm A]I through for picture taking right Now I've got to dispose of this camera. that you can put it on there

SPT-EVA

You got a handrail out of the way?

i--

387_

• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Yes, I think so. Tell you what, why don't you Just put it on the hook out there on the - that I'll send out to you, Jer. And - so you can take the 149 off, and I'll pull the camera back in.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

All right,

let's

do that.

Let's see, right now I've got to get 149 out a way from the twin pole there. Okay. Okay. Ooh. Okay. Man, did it ever get dark. Sure did. Got to wait for my eyes to - r_

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 19 29 52 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Hold it.

You may want - - recover Boy, looking that comet. Sure was. Okay, Ed.

to push your

visor up.

and get my visor up. at this, I can still remember That was a beautiful sight. seeing

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 035 19 30 55 SPT-EVA

Have you got the 159 off? Yes. Okay. Let's see, make sure I can see which one to be tugging on here. I think that's the wrong one. I'm

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I haven't tugged on either one of them yet. Just trying to separate the lines. Okay.

CDR-EVA

3875
/--

• SPT-EVA

Boy, with this way to unravel pull - -

vis at night, I can't see which the lines. Why don't you Just

034 19 31 30

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

It's the one in your left hand. Pull Yes. 0kay. You got it? Zer gut. Bill, if you could, pick up on the 149 words. on this one, huh?

Okay. Be happy to. Stand by. Okay. Retrieve S149; attach to Sun-end clothesline. Transfer Slh9 to EV-2. • After EV-2 removes S149 from clothesline, transfer clothesline hooks back to FAS. Okay. They are.

CDR-EVA 034 19 32 08 PLT

Okay. After they're transfered back to the FAS, connect hooks together and clip clothesline out of way on F-6. And, of course, you got to install the S149 right now, I asst_ne. Yes. That's what I'm trying to do. a couple of twists.

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 19 33 15 PLT

It only takes Yes.

You got it done, Jer? _]most. I don't know about you g_s, but I'm working up a big appetite staying in here. So are we, 6 minutes. Hi, Story. and got you through Tananarive _for

034 19 33 20

CC

PLT
f--

3876

• CC PLT CC

Hi, Bill. Go.

And I got something for you.

Okay, we'd like to bring up SUS loop 2, in case you need some coolant. Okay. You can find that on 1.2-10. Okay. And I got three calls here with respect to that procedure when you get there. Okay, Story, I'm looking at it. Okay. Change 317 to 217, 217.

PLT CC PLT CC

PLT CC PLT CC PLT 034 19 34 17 CC PLT CC

That's in column 2? That's in the right-hand Okay. Got it. column, yes.

And change SUS 1 PUMP to SUS 2 PUMP. Okay. And then all down that column, change PRIMARY to SECONDARY. Ah, let's see. Oh, okay.

PLT CC PLT CDR-EVA

And verify that you got the Jumper across SUS 2. Yes, that's correct. We do.

Bill, when you give me - get a chance, tell me which way to turn the crank. Okay. Something - I'm going to have to look it up someplace, because it's not in that little abbreviated procedure. S149 I think it's counterclockwise.

034 19 34 52

PLT

CDR-EVA

3877

•PLT CDH-EVA CC PLT 034 19 35 17 CC

Okay. That's That's the only way that counterclockwise. it works.

Thank you, Story. And Bill, have Ed stay in - in rain flow to minimize that leak. I sm in min flow, Story. He is. I have not come out of min - Okay, and then, Bill, if you sense that you've lost a]] of your coolant, and you need coolant you can Just change your connectors over to SUS 2, and have the two EVA crewmen cool on HIGH FLOW, EVA. Okay. And I don't think - I think we're fairly close. It's - it's going to be like, oh, maybe 45 minutes to an hour, probably, to completion. That's Just a rough guess. I'm comfortable now, and I haven't heard any complaints from Jer or Ed. Well, I'mI'm reasonably ccmfortable.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CC

PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 36 02 CC

No, I'm fine. Okay, we Just wanted to bring up SUS 2, Bill, so that - since you're on water cooling only. Okay. Okay. The doors lightning are opening out now.

PLT CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 36 31 CC CDR-EVA

A little Okay.

on the horizon.

Jet, Houston. Go.

3878

• CC

Was the counter on the motor drive unit on Nikon 02 reset, and when you're taking pictures, can you see the - the mirror move up in front of you - Yes. - - when you click the camera? Yes, I can see it. I don't know how the counter got where it is. It must've got moved there while we were handling and putting the tape on it, because when we - there were 44 exposures left. And it was looking at - when I finally looked down at it, it had 53. So there's some - We must have moved the counter when we were handling it. But I could see the - the thing actually taking pictures. I coted feel it transporting film, and I could see the mirror flop when it exposed. So it's working.

CDR-EVA CC CDR-EVA

CC PLT CC

Okay, beautiful. Go ahead.

Bill, Houston.

Got a couple of things here you - for you to add at the very end of the EVA. Maybe you'd like to put it on page 2.4-26. Okay, just a second. I was in the SUS loop 2 activation. Okay. That was - Say it again, Story. I'm sorry. I was diverted there. It's - Yes, I hate to bug you right now too, but I'm going to be running out of passes here. It's on page 2._-26. Okay. Standby 1.

034 19 37 29

PLT

CC

PLT PLT 034 19 37 59 CC

I got it.

Go ahead.

Okay, we're interested in if the boom -when it's exposed to the Sun for a long period of time if we see any thermal bending and distortion. So we're going to run it out. And after you separate, on your flyaround, you'll take some photos of it. So Just prior to coming on in, take the center workstation - that's the VT BOOM and run it out to the normal operational length to

3879
/-

the

crewman

when he's

at the

center

workstation.

And when you run it out, put - put the hook straight out when you run it out. PLT CC Got that, Story. And one more thing. in the loss-of-comm Jer was interested in bringing cue card. He said it had some that in, you

discoloration on it. If he brings can stow it in CSM R-3. PLT 034 19 38 43 CDR-EVA CSM R-3; got it. Okay, Bill, 149's expanded. complete.

It's all - it's

PLT

Okay, let me go back here and find my place. All right. That completes that activity there. Now. So ... clamp to solar shield; rotate S149 slowly counterclockwise; open cassette arms. And we're about 30 seconds to LOS here. See you over Hawaii in about 37 minutes at 20:15. Roger. Fast - fasten restraint to handle. make sense to you? Does that

CC

CDR-EVA PLT

SPY-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Yes. Yes, go ahead. Okay. Egress to $230 area. Okay. Okay. VT foot restraints and translate

CDR-EVA PLT CC

It 's in work. Let's see; go back to my SUS loop 2.

Bill, going over the hill, I've got one more thing for you. Roger. If you get any evidence of pump cavitation on PRIMARY SUS loop, turn that PUMP, OFF.

PLT 034 19 39 52 CC

388O

• PLT CC

Okay, will do. That 's panel OPEN. 202. SUS 1, LCG PUMP, PRIMARY to

PLT

Okay, that's a circuit breaker you want me to pull. All right. Yes, panel Got it. 202, SUS l, LCG PUMP, PRIMARY to OPEN.

CC 034 19 40 31 PLT CC

SUS l, LCG PUMP.

You only want to get that if there's any evidence of cavitation or loss of flow. Understand. And thank you very much. a good call. Okay, Jer. All right. good. Okay, now I go up, and I can give it a shot. Oh. Got your umbilical. That's

PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 41 01 PLT

Looking PRIMARY. 30-second

PLT

Okay, Jer, I'm sorry I left you there for a minute. Let's see here No problem. I'm on my way back now, to get the

CDR-EVA

023.0 [sic].
PLT CDR-EVA 034 19 41 39 PLT Okay. Ah, we have a - -

Or $230. Okay, that's 25 seconds. for another minute. There's the old Jer. I'm right here. see - 30 seconds. Okay, off

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Yes, indeed.

Okay, Jer, let's

I'm at the D230 area now.

3881

• PLT CDR-EVA PLT

$230

area.

Or $230. $230 ops. collector. What Attach wrist tether to nearest $230

CDR-EVA PLT

do they mean by nearest? Let me read the rest of it.

I don't know. Remove - -

CDR-EVA

Well, I - I'm to the outboard the one I'm going to do. I guess (langbter) it means. I don't

one now.

That's

PLT

really

know what

CDR-EVA

I - I thought fir - You know, I would think nearest to me - That's right.

PLT _

CDR-EVA - - from where I was, but then I got here, I said, Hmm, I wonder if they mean the nearest to the - PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Hatch. - - to the FAS. Well, you're you not? That's going to bring in both of them, are

034 19 42 35

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

what I thought. a tinker's hoot.

I can't see as it makes All right. Remove
edge.

collector,

fold, and engage Velcro

along

CDR-EVA 034 19 h2 45 SPT-EVA PLT

Okay. Good luck, Jer. Okay. Now I - -

f-

3882

• SI_-_A

You Just remember wound up in that, pressure on you. What, me worry?

that but

Don Lind's whole career don't let that put any

is

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

(Laughter) I think I'll Just come in and let you fold it.

I think you got the right idea. Careful with that nice, thick, shiny, flat surface. Okay. Just hold her right about where you are. Just a minute. Okay. The trouble is, you had me - Okay. If you can move in now more and get your wrist over to where I can fold this thing - we've got it. *** we can fold it - in gloves, I have not, but I think I have done it. Okay. Do you - have you got one of them or two of them or what? Got one. Okay. Now, let's see. Do we fold it?

CDR-EVA 034 19 h3 h7 SPT-EVA

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

No, don't fold it again. The thing now is, we've got a tether someplace to tether that rascal down. Yes, okay. Don't - don't go away. Why don't you Just stay right there and I'll go find - round one up. All right. You can use it for the other one too. Yes, this is going to take me moving that DAC around here, Jer. That's the only one I see that 's available.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

3883

• CDR-EVA 03h 19 h5 36 SPT-EVA

Okay. What the beck am I hung up on? up on something. Come here and let me come over I'm always hung

PLT

and take your head,

a look. in back

Okay. You got the S020 above of your neck. CDR-EVA How about this tether on, Ed? SPT-EVA

that the thermometer

is

Well, I - Hold on, Jer; I'm working I could've used that one too.

this one.

PLT

Will both of the things - will both of the 230s fit on one tether? Yes, I think so. Yes. Anyway, without of them the FAS Okay. I'm sure you're - It's rather obvious reading it, but all you do is take both off and take them to the airlock - or - the FAS it says. Sehr gut.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

SPT-EVA 03h 19 h7 40 CDR-EVA

Okay, let's go for the other one. Been so succesful with one, we might as well try for two. Why not ? Boy, this pouch on my arm was sure on the - on the plug. Yes, I bet it was. There's a great big old piece of phenolic on the - on the inside of that block. *** get your Yes. tether around there? to me. material a lifesaver

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

It Just occurred

... Ooops!

f-

3884

• SPT-EVA 034 19 49 14 CDR-EVA

Okay. Okay, we got the other it now. Okay. 230 in, and Ed is folding

PLT CDR-EVA PLT

Next is clipboard

and material

retrieval.

All right. EV-2, translate to S-10 handrail and attach wrist tether to clipboard holding the $228 and sail s ample. Okay, Just a minute, Jer. This is going to be tricky. Naturally, I do not want to lose one while getting the other. I tell you what; Okay. Got it. Okay, I'll go put this in the airlock. Okay, was that the clipboard or the 230? No, that - that's Okay. Did I really do that? Hello in there. Oh, okay. Right Yes, I did. here, out the STS window. the 230. I'll hold on to that one. There.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 52 19 CDR-EVA

(Laughter)

Now, is this - is this piece of Lexan - is that tethered to the - to the clipboard, Ed? Yes. So I wo - so I won't lose it by - by shaking it or something like that. No. Okay.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

3885

• SPT-EVA

That wag believe,

a good move on the part to have that done.

of Bob Kain,

I

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 19 53 22 SPT-EVA

Yes, indeed. I would've How much lost it i0 times already. there, Bill?

time

is left in night

Oh, about I0 minutes, I think. Ah, Just about right.

Let me check.

12 minutes. Now, Jer, do you want to Just press right on in and put that somewhere? Well, I got to get the D024 done next.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Oh, you're right; you're right; you're right. Okay. Okay, I don't have a tether, so Why don't you use that tether the thermometer's on? Put them both together. Okay .... It's - -

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

right up there in the corner. it is. Okay.

Yes, there

Okay, you want me to read that again, or do you know what to do, Jer? No, you probably will have to read that, but let us get this clipboard tethered and turned in first. Oh, this is going to be tight. I'm not going to be able to work it in between - Why don't you put your thermometer temporary stowage hook? Wait a minute. it over here. There's the then on a

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

034 19 54 09

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

I can get both if you Find me a hole. right there.

Just pull

CDR-EVA

tether

3886

"SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay. Okay. ... There.

Unhook

yourself,

sire.
q

I can't see it.

Ah --

I think I Just did it.

There you go. Okay. Now, D024, and I'll stay well clear of it until we figure out what we're doing, so's I don't spray it with _ PCU. Okay. Let me find m_ place on this - cycling these BUS pumps, and I - this SUS-loop-2 pump. I think I'm all out of sequence, but let me pick up the thread here once more for - D024 ops. That's what you want, right? Right. Note: Orient suit vents away from D024 samples, particularly after stowing sample - Okay. - - in container to avoid trapped All Ex: what Spell right. Feet toward hatch. that means. it. co._¢. Exit - I don't know gas in container.

034 19 54 59

PLT

CDR-EVA PLT

__

CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA PLT 034 19 55 50 CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Ex, colon, feet toward hatch, Example: Okay. Feet toward hatch.

EV-1 holding as required.

Well, that's the way they - Okay. That's - I see what they're saying.

If they give a task, you've got to do it - do it either way. Remember how we used to - how we worked it when I - I put it in there?

3887

• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

Yes. Okay,

Well,

I'm pointing

down away from it now.

that 's good.

Go ahead, Bill. Remove is not container pip pin and verify stuck. stuck. container

CDR-EVA

Well, the pip pin's a little. I got it. Okay.

Let me fiddle with it

034 19 57 03

CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Jer, I was looking at that before; and that lid, I am not sure whether you're going to be able to close it. Lift hatch handles, two of them, on container, rotate counterclockwise, and lift cover.

PLT

SPT-EVA That handle - that - that thing was open for sc_e reason. CDR-EVA PLT Yes, it sure was.

Okay. What I - what I Just read to you, does that make sense? Yes, it's okay so far.

CDR-EVA PLT

Okay. Pull strip panel pip pin and pull handle to release. All right. Now what am I going to do with it?

CDR-EVA PLT

Stow strip panel in container large hole, handle first, samples toward hinge. Yes, it's i_portant Yes. these you get the handle first, Or Jer.

SPT-EVA 034 19 57 54 CDR-EVA

I want to get - That handle handles first?

first?

SPT-EVA

Ah - the little - I can't at.

see what you're

pointing

3888
• CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Those Ah Or that - that big wire handle? Let me - Hold on, Jer. handle. That goes in first? They got - The big wire string handles first, right?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. - Well, you won't he

Yes. You see, otherwise able to close the top. Okay.

PLT SPT-EVA 03h 19 58 hO PLT

Tell me when that's complete.

There you go. I'll reread that step. Stow strip panel in container large hole, handle first, samples toward hinge. He's got it.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Pull - The CDR's done it.

Pull disk panel pip pin and pull handle to release. Okay. Oh, boy, there's tether, is there? Stow disk panel no loops on there for a

PLT SPT-EVA

in container,

handle

first.

No, that's one of the things that made it Here, I'll tell you what. You want me to hold on to this? You hold I got it. Okay, now let me get - get ahold of it. Get a pinky Maybe on there where it says thumb. on to the wire handle, yes. Good.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

I can touch that, Ed.

3889

SPT-EVA
P

Okay. I can touch the black Yes. All right, let me get a better bite on it then. Hold it. Okay. Okay. Okay? Stow disk panel in container, handle samples toward hinge. Oh, boy. I was afraid of that. up on you? first, I got it. ones?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 19 59 28 CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Is it binding Yes. There you go.

Can you stuff that handle

down in first?

Yes, I believe_so. Oh, no. Look, we're losing that 0-ring. Here you go. I think you got to tighten these, Jer. Ooh, there I go. You got it? Yes. Verify rotate Yes. container seal clear, latches, two of them, Oh, gosh, they're close container, clockwise. out. and

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 20 00 17 PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPY-EVA

cnm_ng

Beautiful,

beautiful. Maybe we can

No, wait a minute, wait a minute. see the problem with the 0-ring. 0h, yes.

CDR-EVA

389O

• SPT-EVA

Think you can make Okay, real quick. Can you hold Yes .... Yes. Remove container it?

it in there? Maybe you can't. I'll hold out - Okay. Good. You got it.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 20 00 48 PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

but --

from panel

and pass to - -

Here we go. - - EV-I. Want to do the other one? I think they probably Yes .... with

Yes, ... better because want this vacuum tight. motor skills. Here, I can do it.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I've got a good

angle

for it.

Go ahead. Very good. Okay, now I do not have a tether or anything, Jer. Okay. I'm fresh out of them. Tell you what. Just going to have to - Is this the last item? Ah Because I have so. samples. a tether right on my wrist. Maybe we're

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 20 01 24 SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

I believe

No, we got the - two - we got the twin-pole Oh, where are they?

Okay. Let me read ahead here. EV-2. From the D02_ panel, A side - the _ifa side, tether and remove two twin-pole sall samples. Okay.

CDR-EVA

3891
/--

• SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Just

a minute

here,

Jer.

All right. Translate to FAS and ingress AM. hook. That will

He put that on the temp hold it for now.

stowage

SPT-EVA

Yes, and then maybe we can put both same hook. Why don't you Just stay diate area? Right. Okay. D024 A side, huh? to tether those? Good grief. hook. Okay. Oh, there they I 'll be goalie.

on - on that in this imme-

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

are.

I'm supposed

034 20 02 34

CDR-EVA

I don't

have a big enough tether

r

SPT-EVA Oh,boy. CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT Okay, Okay, I've Bill, from-got one of them off. and remove read sane more words.

- - from the D024 panel, A side, tether two twin-pole samples - sail samples. Yes. I got all those things.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

Translate to FAS and ingress AM. Attach wrist tether with twin-pole sail samples to screen covering the MDA hatch window. All right. This is only one of them, Bill - or Ed.

CDR-EVA PLT 034 20 03 27 CDR-EVA

The screen covering MDA - You're going to have to hold that one for me.

3892

"PLT CDR-EVA

The protective

screen,

I guess, it.

on the window.

I'm going to untether sample. Okay, I got it.

Hold on to the pip -

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT

I got to go get the other one. Now, may I have Okay. sample those words again, please, Bill. sail

f

Attach wrist tether with twin-pole - -

SPT-EVA

Yes, yes. What do we do when we get inside the airlock with it? Translate to FAS and ingress AM. Attach wrist tether with twin-pole sail samples to screen covering the MDA hatch window. I guess it's just a place to put it. Oh, I know what they're You know, the protective talking screen. ab - Yes, all right.

PLT

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Yes. Well, Jer's going to have to cc_e back here, and we'll try and put both of them on the same tether. Yes. Oh, m_ fingers Yes, I know. About to lose it. C are ful. Here. (Laughter) We almost lost one. are getting so sore.

CDR-EVA 03h 20 0h 2h CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Thank heavens. It ain't

over yet, baby.

Let me get in and get myself anchored, and then I'll take them in and put them on the tether. You just you be my tether right now. Holy Moses' What a snake pit.

'
•SI_I_/CDREVA 034 20 04 59 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA (Laughter)

3893

r

You

sure aren't very tidy, Ed. Sorry about that. We got more

I know (laughter). to come.

L

CDR-EVAOh,boy. SPT-EVA Watch your left foot. kicking the camera. Don't push back; you're

CDR-EVA

Okay. Oh, I still have to go to the center workstation with that thing. Yes, that's what I was wondering, if you really wanted to see that. But you're there now. Yes. Okay. belongs. Let's get this thing put where it

034 20 05 18

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Okay, let's try to get these -Now you've got to be careful,because all the gas is going out this door. Just take your - You hold them. I got them. I'll tell you what, Just let me take them - There. I got them. Now, can you take my hook and put them through it? Well, Okay o Now, you have to kind of force it on. Yes. Scrunch it on. ... the one that's loose here? one at a time, I guess.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 20 06 04 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Why don't you take the Tell you what - -

CDR-EVA

They're stuck together. They're together. You took one of them.

real safe,

stuck

3894

• SPT-EVA

All right. Did the post ops say be careful not to stick together? Okay. Now where does it say to put them? window? On the MDA hatch screen. On what

CDR-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

Any way - any way you can put them, Jer. Yes. Yes. Any way. Any place - -

Just any place you can hold them. anything sacred

Okay. I don't see that there's about that.

034 20 06 h6

SPT-EVA

Hey, while you're there, Jer, you want me to pass you in the EVA comm? ... Yes, why not. Boy, if I can get the mother off. is anchored rightdown there. You might need that screwdriver. to get underneath it. That fellow

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I'm going to need something 0ops. Well, I Just did. Good show. I almost lost it.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Now, where to put it. Yes, over The other

In a pouch,

I guess. one.

on your left-hand side, there's left. Well, any one.

034 20 07 h5

SPT-EVA

You think it's crowded now, Jet, wait until putting in the big stuff. Yes, Okay. Hey, is that all done? I can hardly wait.

we start

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

3_5
CDR-EVA I PLT Yes. Okay, now I think you've done a11 this - the scissors and so forth. You've gotten that sample, right? Yes. l've gotten s cis s ors. Okay. I got to go out to the center workstation and get snme more Nikon photos, and I guess then we'll be throu_. Okay. I'm going to - you - you moved - you stowed the clipboard the - and the wrist tether with the 230, and the collectors, D024, sample containers, the thermometer - All that's back in the - the airlock. Well, close to it. We got - we got D02h and the camera here outside. 0k_, I'll remember now - m_ procedures Okay. 0kay, don't worry. We'll - that then because - right say to put that in, but that sample and I have restowed the

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT CDR-EVA

0B_

20 08 32

PLT

SPT-EVA

PLT

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

You hit sunlight ... - - we'll police the area. You

Okay. Now. TV, TV, DAC, DAC - that's okay. got the DAC in yet? You got the DAC in. Yes, it's in. That's Backright. ... Okay. S020-

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA

Place vacuum valve Jerry, get your - get your butt down so you don't hit that rope.

3896

PLT

Okay, Just let me make sure that the S020 is in its proper configuration. Oh, yes, I've got to Place VACUUM VALVE/SHUTTER CONTROL to CLOSE.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 20 09 37 PLT

I will do that when I get a chance here. Okay. That's all we need to do. unstow VS tree. Now, right now is the

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Yes, okay, hold up on that one. Okayo Okay, I'm going to go to the center workstation, Bill, and get those pictures. All right. Now while he's doing that, We got the loss-of-comm cue cards yet? Yes, yore got that. Yes. That's in. could Ed -

PLT

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

The only other item which - which Ed can do is to undo the hook straight out and extend the center workstation bocm, which you can take pictures of it.

03_20 l0 04 CDR-EVA Yes. SPT-EVA PLT All right. That's what they - that's what Story Just gave me a minute ago. Yes, I - I understand that. I was wondering if we wanted to do that before, but that's all right. Oh, I'm Just telling you that's do, but - Right. another thing to

SPT-EVA

PLT

SPT-EVA

3897
f--

PLT

You can hart - handle it - that - any way you want to do that. Let me, first of A11, get the S020 shutter Okay, place Jer's Yes. Okay. That's Okay. Stow on handrail forward of LSU stowage sphere B10. And I'm sure that you can find a place to put it. Got it in there. Okay, that takes care of that page. That page is deleted;that page is deleted; that one's deleted; that one's deleted. Now we're down to the last page. On the last page. That's right. Okay, I am going to extend take a look here. I see movement window. The specter. I never got a chance to watch It's a nice-looking boom. this boom from here. outside. the center - Let me Always the best .... one. CLOSEd and it is lo_cked there. VACU_ VALVE/SHUTTER control closed.

SPT-EVA 034 20 l0 22 PLT PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT PLT

to CLOSE. huh?

on his way out to get the pictures,

SPT-EVA PLT -

PLT SPT-EVA PLT 034 20 ll 19 SPT-EVA

PLT

Shadows passing by the

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT

I must say that the performauce exceeded my expectations.

of that boom far

3898

SPT-EVA

Yes, I'm very pleased with that mother; it worked real well. Now how do I know how far to go with this thing? Is there a mark on it? There is when you go too far. Well, that's out far eno13gh. the switches, Nhooo. isn't Whoa' it?

PLT SPT-EVA 034 20 12 45 PLT SPT-EVA

Awkward

to reach

Yes, especially when I thought it was spring loaded. I had forgotten that it's not. Man! Sure forget that stuff in a hurry. Give us a wave, Ed. You want to save a couple for up - for the view from up on top here? Oh, yes, sure; lots left. Really putting there's lots left. No, there isn't

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

them away, huh? it on

Yes, either that, or every time I banged something, it's taken a picture. What's 19, 18. Thinking that we're Just about there. it reading?

SPT-EVA 034 20 13 4_ CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Let me get one of the com_nd module, and I'll send it on in. There's not much out here - Well, the underside of the panels would be good to get. Yes. If you got something worthwhile, get it.

SPT-EVA PLT

I've got a picture of the underside of the panels with the 135-millimeter. Oh, okay.

CDR-EVA PLT 034 20 l_ 06 CDR-EVA

So you can save that one. All right, I got a good shot of the co--,and module over here.

3_9

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Well,

I'ii just leave

the rest for you, direction

Ed. and I'Ii -

0k_y, Just came on up in this hand it up. It's sitting on 17 right now.

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, well, I'ii run her on down; it may - it may well be exhausted, but we'll , we'll take what we can get. And actually - Skylab, reading for i0 minutes. Roger, Story. you loud and clear through Hawaii

PLT 0B_ 20 15 26 CC

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, Story, we got alI the samples taken in. We're Just finishing up the Nikon works and we'll be all set to start packing it a11 back into the airlock. Let's see; you did get a picture of the boom, right? Yes, I got a picture Good. Understand you got the boom out already? Yes. Affirm. Roger. You better Uh-ohl do it. start pulling I better in my 1_mbilical, Ed. I can of the boom.

--

PLT CDR-EVA PLT CC CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT OB4 20 16 08 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Well,

get down there where

SPT-EVA

Let me get m_ warm, bod down in there. You know that we've around here.

young,

tender,

pink

little

SPT-EVA

got a few pieces

of gear hanging

3900

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

We sure do. Along with ropes, tethers. I tell you, was not moid - made to avoid hangups. Can you see me good? Yes. 0kay, what This -- in what - what am I hanging up on? this SOP

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 03_ 20 17 01 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

On the clothesline. And what part of me is hanging Your - The whole backside. up? slipping down.

Now try

Wait a minute; wait You're on the wrong to have it in front Well, heck! my feet. Yes.

a minute; wait a minute. side of it anyway. You need of you when you go down. must have crossed under _

SPT-EVA

The darn thing

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

And your 1_mbiliosl is on this side of it. 0kay. If you go down that side of it, you Just made a problem. A little bit Another free. further. left - Now you're

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

- There you go; your

SPT-EVA

Okay, hey, I'm with it. straight forward.

I see it.

Now I'm

SPT-EVA

If anyone ever had told me we'd be working in this environ_nt 2 or 3 years ago, I would have said they were crazy. No way. Okay, Ed, where are you right now? With my 1_mbilical tangled around my feet.

PLT 03_ 20 17 54 SPT-EVA

3901
f_

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

(Laughter) Oh dear. Just There I need a minute, I need a - si - -

you go on the wrong

a counterwhifferdill. going to go

Yes, but that's the wrong way if you're that way. There's the right ws_. I lost control, Story. that feels

034 20 18 13

PLT CC MS CC MS CDR-EVA

We copy and we know what (Laughter) Both the whifferdills (Laughter)

like.

and the control.

Okay, put my 1,m_ilical in, mcasieur; entr_. Okay. It's going in.

I shall

en -

SPT-EVA PLT

Okay, I am going paying attention (Laughter)

to start reading; you can start if you want, or - or not. Verify

- -

CDR / SPT-EVA PLT

- - whatever turns you on. Verify clotheslines are stowed properly.and EVA area secure. So make sure you didn't leave any_ching out there. Yes. Think we got a little bit of doing there. out here he's trying

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 03_ 20 18 58 CDR-EVA

He's got a big white blivet to get in right now. Okay.

PLT

39O2

034 20 19 00

SPT-EVA

Okay, come on over. Come - Aw, your be on the other side of it, I think. You're getting it lined up.

- Needs to But - there.

SPT-EVA

Okay, as you go in, grab that last little of umbilical. Wait! Hold on! the clothesline. Oh, it sure is. Back - back out a little bit. Okay. Well, you're into a trap that we've into more than once tods_. Yes, that - There is the disadvantage both

fistfull

034 20 19 18

SPT-EVA

Your SOP is getting tangled

in

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 20 19 25 SPT-EVA

fallen

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

right

there.

That's Just made for it. Jerry, have to go out further there.

you're

going to

034 20 19 40

SPT-EVA

Yes, okay. Now pull yourself over this way. Okay, there you go. Now Just a minute; make sure you didn't get _r umbilical. Okay. Go ahead. There you go. Well, let 's see ; let 's exchange that - what you have on your wrist right here. A] ] right. And I'll Just take a little Jaunt over to the edge there, and pick up what we can and then we'll clean this thing up. Got it? I have it; thank Okay. Apparently, we still got water, l'm still putting out ice. No, I'm - I'm checking it about Ed, by putting mine to back. Story, because you.

SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA 034 20 20 20 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT

every 2 minutes,

3903
/--

CDR-EVA

I'm still shape. Long Right. as the

feeling

the coolness,

so we're

in good

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

CDR's

cool,

we're

in

good

shape.

So in case you're wonderlng, StorT_ pulled that circuit breaker yet. Okay, Bill. And your

I have not

034 20 21 09

CC PLT

SUS 2 is looking - went

good. that

Yes, I went ahead entire procedure. This

and went

through

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT

is not the easiest

Job, is it, Jer?

No, it isn't. Man, you've done a phenomenal this short period of time. I'm beginning Little hungry? Tired and hungry. pay here. about that around here. get amount of work in

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT 034 20 23 52 CDR-EVA

to feel the effects

too.

Got to earn your Don't have

to worry

Ed, if you rotate to your left now, you won't hung up in that clothesline.

SPT-EVA

Okay, I will when I start the ingress. I Just got to move up a little bit here; Just a second. Skylab, we're a minute from LOS. About 23 minutes to the Vanguard at 20:47. And, Ed, when you get inside, could you leave your PCU and L$U connected for any real that we come up with, to take a look f at that? Okay, I certainly will, Story. if anything.

034 20 24 27

CC

SPT-EVA CC

They're

going to be minor,

3904

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Understand.

Okay. in on the

Now make sure you're not - You're coming wrong side of that clothesline, Ed. Yes. I got to go back up to where I was.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, give it a chance. There you go. dynamics. That a way. Yes.

There you go. for those

I Just - I was waiting

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Now rotate to your left or you're your SOP caught in it. Yes. I Just wanted underneath me. Further to get that

going to get

SPT-EVA

camera down there

CDR-EVA 034 20 25 39 CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

to your left. I think so. Very good. down this way. that might do it.

There you go. Yes. I think

You did it. Okay.

Now let me back

Boy, that boom

sure is in the way.

Yes, it sure is. Well, at least the boom you could retract. Or adjust it. Those clotheslines sure is a disadvantage of th_n even though they are simple to work. Yes. Yes, they're I think we've Okay. Here, I'll come out of my - a good contingency right. mode.

-

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 034 20 26 32 SPT-EVA

planned

3905

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

I'll get it.

Got it. to tuck away.

Okay. Now we got a D02h we ought And then we' Ii get the - uh-oh. ... we can do it.

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

I got to figure how we can get the - if we can get the Sun-end tree with the boom; but we can, I think. It's going to take a little maneuvering. Oh, that danged over me. Sorry Yes. I thought that might be a - a problem. about white grease. I'm getting it all

03_ 20 27 14

CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

that,

Jer.

Yes, you're right. Just hope we don't get it on any of these samples we're trying to save. Trying Yes. to clean the place up, huh? to put that D024. on this hook?

034 20 28 20

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

Get a place

Hey, you want to put it right Right 0kay. here.

Okay, now allow me to get - Oh, l'm sorry. Oh, can you unplug Oh, okay. Yes, they got to come in a little bit. Okay. Which of the trees would you like first? Okay? that now?

03h 20 29 12

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Oh, it doesn't

matter. first, the VC tree?

What are you sending Yes.

3906

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay. Now let's see. You probably want the other sides coming at you first, don't you? Yes - It doesn't matter. hold of best. Well, I got myself let me get - All right. - - let me get my hand All right, 0kay. on it. Whatever you can get a

CDR-EVA

034 20 30 30

SPT-EVA

tethered

to it right now.

And

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

now you can untether. goalie.

And I'll play

Oh, boy. Okay.

They drilled this hole so darn far in.

034 20 31 16

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Oh, dang it. Can I move

S020's

in the way.

*** an umbilical.

in there

and help you at all? it a little bit.

No, I - I Just have to wrestle Might as well rest. I guess the smarter thing would all that stuff in the aft. No, that's Isn't going S020's Yes. There it is. There you go. I thought you had it. I did too. an awkward to work. huh? -

SPT-EVA

have been to put

PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA 03h 20 32 23 CDR-EVA PLT PLT CDR-EVA

in the way,

39o7

034 20 32 37

CDR-EVA CDR-EVA CDR-EVA

There! eoe Well, way. Wheesh I let me get this tmbilical of mine out of the

SPT-EVA 034 20 33 24 SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Come here, _11 right, 0kay.

blivet. let me get my - -

- - foot out of the restraint and then come on in part way in. Make sure you got it. Tell me when you have end I'll ... go - I have Okay. Okay. Now one thing put that clothesline Now let's Okay. What Just take I still have yet to do is to in the right location. a look around this place. it.

03h 20 33 33

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

_ 034 20 34 37

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

The trees

are in.

else do we have?

Okay. Everything D024, Let's except the SPT, I think. the clotheslines slow. - -

the tethers, see.

Read them

I was Just going

over it.

D024's in. All tethers are in. I don't see any hanging around. The clotheslines are secured. And you got both trees, Yes. And everything else I think I checked off or - obviously.

PLT CDR-EVA PLT

3908

CDR-EVA PLT 034 20 B5 ll CDR-EVA PLT PLT

Okay. - - noted as you - Okay. He's on his way. Okay. All right. When you get in positon, disengage hold-open rod; close hatch until retainer engaged. H_. Okay. Just looking around here. Is Ed in yet?

SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Take your time. want to

Well, I got an umbilical that doesn't stay in here. Just a minute, Ed. Okay. Okay. All right. Ed's still Disengage hold-open rods. coming in now.

SPT-EVA 034 20 36 23 CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 20 37 01 SPT-EVA

Close - -

Oh, I'm sorry. Hold on a minute. Hey, you're Yes. What are you doing? work. Was a beautiful idea. tearing the clotheslines all up again.

That won't

Those light bulbs with a seal over would make a beautiful piece of material sample too. All right, let me get the other clothesline ham@packed down in here and I'll be in. Let's see; am I on the right side of it with my umbilical?

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 0B4 20 B7 40 CDR-EVA

You look like it. Okay. Okay, now he's getting the hold-open rod loose.

3909

PLT

Okay. Close hatch you get that done. Okay.

until

retainer

engaged,

when

SPT-EVA SPT-EVA

And I Just can't seem to get my little young, tender, thick little hod down in there. Let's see. Got it all? so.

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA SPT-EVA 034 20 38 28 CDR-EVA PLT

Yes, I think Amazing. Okay, Okay. strap. Got it. Hatch handle, CLOSEd. MARK. Okay. 19 minutes. Okay. That's Airlock

the retainer

latch

is engaged. cllp and

Place hold-open

rod and spring

034 20 38 31

SPT-EVA PLT

CLOSE.

034 20 38 36 034 20 38 37

SPT-EVA PLT

And that was exactly

5 hours

and

PLT 034 20 38 53 SPT PLT PLT 034 20 39 06 CDR PLT

Hatch handle done. repress.

lock engaged,

red not visible.

Okay,

let's

see. DEPRESS VALVE, CLOSEd.

EV-1, panel That's

318, LOCK COMPART

CLOSEd.

Panel 316, monitor pressure to lock for 2 minutes after closing LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE to verify lock pressure integrity. Okay, l'm timing you for 2 minutes. What the heck is supposed Well, raise to happen?

034 20 39

18

PLT SPT CDR

our suit - our suit exhaust is going to the pressure in here about 0.2 or so.

3910

PLT SPT

0.2.

That 's right ....

2 minutes.

Yes, but, you _now, you could have a - a leak _]most this size in here and hardly see it. Oh, well. We'll do it. During repress, EV-I and 2 SUIT PRESS lights will come on. CAUTION and WARNING, RAPID DELTA-P will be activated. CLUS'A'_ PRESSURE LOW may be activated. Boy, I don't know sore. about you, but my hands are sure

PLT

034 20 40 03

CDR

SPT CDR SPT

Yes, the tips of my fingers. Boy. I bet you my fingernails, I can see, are Just prob, ably beat. They were after that last one. They had - you know, you get those little white notches in them. Yes. Well, my gosh, Yes. Well done, old friend. pretty good. They threw in a couple of extra Jer, we did i00 percent of it.

CDR 034 20 40 41 SPT CDR SPT CDR PLT

Looked

No, Ii0 percent. things. Yes, that's right.

CDR PLT

Yes, it's a nice way to end it. What are we reading in there? 0.5, 0.4. No, 0.5 and 0.6.

i0 more seconds.

034 20 41 09

SPT PLT

Oh, gosh. Well, that's pretty good. Okay, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION VALVE, OPEN. Close after 30 seconds. I never have understood that.

(Alarm)

3911

034 20 41

37 CDR
SPT PLT SPT

There's

my suit pressure

alarm.

Oh, shoot l What 's the matter? I hate to tell Don Lind what happened samples. What? They get blown all over? to his

CDR SPT CDR PLT

They got shredded. Oh, no kidding? Okay. Forward hatch handle a shame. That is a shame! Where to OPEN. Aw, that's

034 20 42 22

SPT PLT CDR

did he say to stow them?

Okay - Oh, wait. We got to get that tree. Okay. OPEN.

-

PLT

Yes. Going to have to take that out. RELEASE HANDLE - forward HATCH HANDLE, Okay. EV-2, P_._4$E HANDLE to UNLOCK. All right. HATCH Go ahead. EQUALIZE PRESSURE.

SPT PLT SPT 034 20 43 01 PLT

HANDLE,

Go slow. _.T_W._SEHANDLE to UNLOCK. And the HATCH HANDLE, OPEN. When pressure 0WS equals - Okay, sorry; let me read that again. This is for EV-2 for 0_S hatch opening. Right. Rk_W_SE HANDLE TO UNLOCK. Is that verified?

CDR PLT CDR PLT

Not yet. Okay. Sorry about ing to myself. Okay. that, I thought I was read-

034 20 23 33

CDR

It's UNLOCKed.

3912

034 20 43 35 034 20 43 39 034 20 44 07

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

HATCH HANDLE, Okay.

EQUALIZE

PRESSURE.

I still hear a flow. I think I do. Okay. Okay. That's Okay. OPEN. done. HATCH HANDLE RELEASE HANDLE

Is that correct?

to UNLOCK.

034 20 44 20

CDR PLT

to OPEN.

03h 20 44 27

CDR PLT

When pressure 0WS equals pressure open to engage hatch retainer. All right. All right. And EV-I remove VC tree Got it.

lock, push hatch

CDR CDR PLT SPT PLT

from AM receptacle

and hold.

Okay. And, Jer, why - as soon as you get - you're able to open that, you move on to the suit donning station. Okay. Verify high-intensity light system 1 and 2 on.

CDR PLT SPT PLT 034 20 45 23 SPT PLT SPT CDR

Bill, you want to take this? Yes, Just a sec - out of myway. ThRnk you. Okay. Say, it is warm. lose too much. Didn't even consider And - got it.

Well, we didn't

Well, that's too bad. that - -

3913
/-SPT CDR SPT No. - - blast of air. either. Never crossed our minds.

I sure didn't

l'd say he lost m-ybe - Well, 2 percent of the surface is torn up and of that, half of that which is torn up has re_=_ned. CDR 034 20 46 02 SPT On both of them?

Well, that's one of them. The other one, I don't think, has got anything wrong with it. The other one 's okay. There you go. Okay. 0ksy. This goes on the grid. the hatch. see how you're doing on That's right.

PLT CDR SPT

I'm opening

Hold on, Jer. We'll umbilicalwis e. Okay. Yon look good.

CDR 034 20 47 02 034 20 47 ii SPT CC

Go ahead. Got you through

Skylab, we're seeing you repress. the Vanguard for 9 minutes. Roger, Bill, Story. Houston. Story. change

CDR/PLT CC PLT CC PLT PLT CC

Go ahead,

I've got a little Stand by. Go ahead.

for you here

on 3.1-3.

Okay, in the right-hand colnmn down there under EV-3. Panel 317, that should be SUS l, LSU power rather than 2, SUS 1. Okay. And then SUS i. opposite 323 there, that also should be

PLT CC

391_

PLT CC

Okay. And then below OFF. there, panel 217, SUS 2, PUMP switch

034 20 48 05

PLT

Okay, I put that in. on. Okay.

Yes, because

I turned

that I

CC

And before more thing Okay.

you tear the crm_m down, for you here.

I've got one

PLT 034 20 48 21 034 20 57 48 034 20 59 37 03h 21 00 05 034 21 ii 38 CC CDR CDR CDR CDR

Go ahead. ... check a mall on the co-,, -

... wonder Thank you. What? Gosh darn!

This is the CDR at 21:14 Zulu with PRD readings PL - CDR, 43008. The SPT is 23562. 38726, reading of the PLT's PRD.

034 21 12 20

PLT

TIME SKIP

034 21 35 40

SPT

SPT at 21:35. I have some information for the medical people who may be interested in our body weights after EVA. During the EVA I worked at rain cooling for probably about half of it because of the water leak in our system. Our body weights after the EVA were: 6320, 6318, 6523. I don't have the n_,mbers _-,_ediately before. There was a negligible amount of water lost in urination after the EVA. I think probably most of the body weight loss from this morning was due to sweat evaporation. SPT out.

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PLT

PLT at 22:48 with a couple of ###

Day 035 (AM)

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CDR

This the CDR at 00:20 Zulu. Began - Initiated drying cycle on the first EVA suit. CDR out. This is the CDR again at 00:21 Zulu. PCU - the CDR who _as EV n,_ml_er2, used PCU number 16, umbilical number 16, and SOP n,,mher 006. The SPT, who was EVA - EV-1, used SOP number 15, PCU number 10, and _,ml_ilicalnumber 7. CDR out.

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CDR

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CDR

This is the CDR at 00:42 Zulu reporting SOP number 006 is back in the experiment compartment stowed on the sleep compartment wall. The pressure is 5900_ SOP number 15 is stowed on the wardroom compartment wall, and the pressure in that one is 5800. CDR out. SPT at 00:56, $230_ something for Don Lind. Don, got some bad news. Everything went fine when we retrieved both of your samples. We brought them into the airlock and tethered them on the gridwork over the window on the_atch leading into the MDA. On repressurization, the rush of air from the equalization valve 311 mannged to take some of the - one of your samples, and, I would say, shred about 0.i so, maybe about i0 percent of the total of one sample. Most of the m_terial is still there. I would say there is maybe a loss of material on the order of a couple percent. But there is then that physical alteration, if you will, to the foil of approximately i0 percent. We have not tried to - to go near it or to touch it. We'll return it as specified, but I'm afraid you'll find it a little bit harder to work with that material and that you're missing a - a small percentage of that material.

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035 00 58 01

SPT

The one which was damaged is the - the one which we deployed earlier, not the one from the previous

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mission. That was one thing which had never entered our minds and I don't think anyone else's, the problem you could encounter on repressurization. We stowed an awful lot of things up close to the MDA hatch. And I'm afraid this is one thing which escaped us and probably - apparently people who have been planning it. We're sorry; we hope you don't lose any data. 035 00 58 49 SPT SPT out.

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SPT

SPT at 13:14 [sic], S054 film magazine. footage exposed is reading 1230, 1230.

Film

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SPT

The filter has got some wrinkles in it, but I do not see any holes, tears. The wrin_les run perpendicular to the long axis and occur in waves running along two sides. So if you split the filter down the center, and then on either either side there are some waves of these wrinkles, which as you - even as I talk and look at it, Just the breath of me talking a foot away causes it to - to oscillate and to move around a little bit. But I do not see any tears at all. Looks intact.

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SPT

SPT out.

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PLT

This is PLT at 02:40, reporting some visual ops, handheld photographs. Okay, at 01:20, day 035, Charlle X-ray 54, frames 2, 3 and 4, f/8 at 1/500, 55-millimeter lens. The subject was New Zealand, North Island. General coverage and a current blooming to the northeast of North Island. And at 01:26 I got a nice shot of Just open B_nard cells. And at 00 - -

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PLT

01:29 I got three sets of stereopairs; so that's a total of six frames - 6 through ll on Charlie X-ray 57, of a tropical storm. It had some rather unique cloud - transverse cirrus clouds across what occurred to be - what appeared to be sort of of a cloud-free moat, path. And those were taken f/ll on the 55-millimeter lens at 1/500. And at 01:29 on day 35. PLT out.

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This is PLT. The time is 02:50, reporting the handheld photograph sequence of the area you expressed interest in, north Australia flooding. Starting at about 02:43 to about 02:_3 to about 02:_8, I've taken a total of about 19 frames, several stereopairs. And these cover from northwest corner of Australia right on through to north central with s_ne panoramic coverage, but mostly stereopairs to cover the area of flooding. PLT out. This is the CDR at 02:53 Zulu. A follow up on the PLT's descriptions there. I concentrated looking at the - the farmland, the wheat-raising area down in southeastern Australia. And I note that the land down there is much greener now than it was 80 dsys ago or so when we first looked at it. Considerable difference in color of the ground and the cultivated areas. CDR out. PLT, time is 03:05 - 03:08, reporting a series photographs on a tropical circulation. Frsmes of 34

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through 39 of Charlie X-ra_ 57. It looked llke a it's not a big storm or anything, but they looked like an unusually clear relationship between different cloud types. In particular it looks like - looks like contradictory circulation patterns of high clouds versus low clouds. 035 03 08 09 PLT So I took that. a series of photographs trying to show

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SPT, 11:18. Out.

PRD readings:

_3013,

23566,

38730.

SPT, 11:25. M133 log, day 035; 7.0. Quality, fair. Remarks, number 3. Woke up around 2 hours Before normal getup time, couldn't really return back to sleep.

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And, number 4.

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SPT at 13:08. ED76 retrieval. I ought to mention three things related to it. First of all, number 3, I had to loosen the Phillips-head screws on the front in order to get it all the way in. It slid in halfway, stopped abruptly, and required loosening of the - the twoopposing pieces were - by loosening the four Phillips heads in order to have it slide all the way in. Number 4 on the water tank was partly deployed, about halfway deployed, and number 5 was all the way in. SPT out. ED - SPT again at 13:08. ED61, 62. One photo, front face was taken on CIll6, frame number 13. This was taken with a flash attachment from 2-1/2 feet. Shows it in the stowage position. SPT out. PLT, initiated the condensate holding tank dump. Valve switch - or, valve to the DUMP position at 13:25, 45 seconds. This is the CDR at 13:40 Zulu. The subject is M479, fl_,,ability. We're beginning test 1 now. I have inspected spec - test specimen number 1 and found it to be in good condition. No damage that I can see in either attachment of the specimen to the frame or to the igniter wire. I'll be starting the sequence in about 5 or l0 minutes and I'll report completion. CDR out. This is the CDR at 13:51 Zulu. Reporting - The subject is M479, test number l, and material, aluminized Mylar. I've already reported that the specimen was in good shape when I put it in. Ignition: Ignition wire did glow; a flame did appear; it appeared right at the ignition wire and then as I stand and look in the window, the flame propagated to my left and down to the opposite corner, the furthest corner that's away from

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me. Combustion: Burned over the entire surface? No, about 25 percent of it. The portion of the material on my right, but the - to the rear there to the - to the back of the chamber, peeled away and rolled up away from the flame and was therefore not consumed. 035 13 52 28 CDR The specimen did not drift; it stayed on the rack, and the only part that really drifted was that part of the specimen which rolled away, but did it did stay attached to the frame. It Just kind of rolled away from the center of the flame, and therefore, did not get burnt. Overall size of the flame: There was a flash when it finally took off and a rather bright - bright flash, not not too white; more of the yellow. And the flame moved mostly down the left side as I face it and look at it. I could not see any smoke. We had all the lights off. The rate of burning was very rapid. It was all done in about l0 seconds. I think we should adjust the burn time on a subsequent specimen to something like i0 seconds ; and that's what I'll do. 30 seconds is much too long for your data. It was all burnt out and we were Just sitting here watching 035 13 53 38 CDR it for some time.

Flame pulsation: I did not notice any pulsation. It was Just a steady burn until the - the burned material was gone. little Particle size: There is a little piece, a area of gray ash. You have a picture of it. What I did after the burning was completed and I turned the flood lights back on, the - I took about lO frames of - of the DAC data so that you could see what it looks like. What is very interesting here is that the smoke looks like a very, very thin, fine spider web or a milky sort of gossamer, serpentine - gray film. I 'm trying to think - it kind of looks like what - what you see in water when you mix some - some fluids that turn milky in water. When you inject some of that fluid into the water, you see this milky, serpentine streaks moving through the water, but it doesn't thoroughly mix. And that's what we have here, no convection of any kind. And the smoke is Just hanging it's really very interesting. out there. And it I'm - I think I'll

,_!

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turn on the DAC when I open the hatch here, so that you can see what happens to this thin, gossamer material when I open the hatch and we get some air in there. CDR Extent of the surface burn: I think I estimated

'

about 80 percent. Melted resolidification: There_ is a little bit of solidification down the left l side, but not very much. For the most part, the the full 80 percent was consumed by the burn, and there appears to have been no effect on the viewports. And there's a little bit of gray ash, a chunk of gray ash, probably 2 centimeters long and i centimeter in diameter, right about where the - oh, in fact it's - it's gathered around the ignition wire. And it's gray. The solidified material down the left side is black. This is the CDR, termination of - of debriefing on test number i. Moving along to test number 2. 035 13 56 20 035 14 08 31 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR at 14:09 Zulu. Subject is M48 479 operation, fl_bility. Sample number 2 has been inserted into the furnace. SPT ... on the data/voice recorder.

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CC 035 14 08 52 CDR

Been placed into the furnace and - for - the condition of the specimen is very good. The only little bit of damage that I can see is on the two lead wires going into the ignition wire; the ceramic surrounding them is cracked. On one wire it's cracked about a half inch from the sample and the other one is cracked about one inch from the sample. Other than that, the specimen very good condition. is in

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CDR out.

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This is the CDR at 13:22 Zulu - correction, 14:22 Zulu. The subject is M479, flammability test, article number 2. Stand by. This is the CDR again at 14:24 Zulu. We'll try again on a debrief on test article number 2, the nylon sheet. The specimen was in a good condition; I already gave you that information. The ignition

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wire glowed, flame - flame essentially did not appear. The specimen did not burn over the entire surface. It did not drift. The overall size the glow - We got two - two glow points. They got about as big as a pea. That is, about half a centimeter in diameter, right at the two pOintl where the - the wire - or at two points where the wire is in contact with the nylon sheet. Thethe smoke color is very light - off-white I would say. Either a very light gray or off-white. There is - The smoke is hanging right around the sample, and I would say that on either side of the sample there's a ball of smoke, a sphere of smoke, that is approximately 6 centimeters in diameter on each side. The rate of burning was nil. The igniter wire went off; it glowed for about 3 seconds and as soon as I heard the click in the control panel where the igniter wire was turned off, the flame or the - the glow on the nylon sample immediately extinquished. 035 14 25 33 CDR I'm looking at the sample now, and the nylon around the glow wire has melted and I would suspect that may be what caused termination. The change of state from solid to liquid and then the liquid may have caused termination of the burn. It doesn't look to me like there's enough smoke in around it close by to cause smothering of the burning. There was no flame pulsation, no particle size. The residue: The residue is the the melted nylon. Extent of surface burn: 1 percent, 1 or 2 percent maybe. Melted and resol - resolidified? Yes. Quantity of material cons,-,_d: Again probably 1 or 2 percent; no effect that I can see on any of the viewports. And with the floodlot - light on, I snapped off a few frames of the sample with the smoke5pall around it. And that's about it on sample number 2. Now I'm going to go on to TV-66. Put this on TV, and I think one of the later samples I'm going to move the TV around and have it shining in the window when we do the combustion. CDR out. Okay, this is the PLT starting the light flash observing sequence. We will have a problem here in that the CDR's Performing an experiment flammability experiment at the same time. And

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he will have to be using will be some conflicts. now. 60 minutes. 035 lh 29 17 PLT l0 degrees press on.

the recorder. So there And I'm starting time

to the right; head

down 30, and we'll

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Skylab, 1 minute to LOS. About 15 m4nutes Goldstone at 1_:45. Jer, Kouston. Roger, Story.

to

CDR 035 14 29 55 CC

For your 3-second ignition time, now that's normal on the experiment. We'd like you to try each of those three times. And it's okay to stop the DAC if you're not getting the ignition. Then after three times, no ignition, press on to the next sample. Okay; will do, Story. Story, PLT. CDR at 14:37 Zulu. M479, specimen m,_her 2. After having removed the specimen from the work chamber and looked at it closely and compared it with specimen niTmBer 8, it appears that the two balls of flame or the two br - bright burning areas that i mentioned that I could see are in the two center holes where the igniter wire goes through. It was at those two holes where we could see the - the glow of the burning. And that would appear to me to be Just because that's the area where you've got some flow of air through the specimen. But as soon as the ignition wire finished glowing, the burning terminated. CDR out. Okay, Jer; Just a reminder. I've got the blindfold_on, so don't hit the recorder off. Okay. Never mind, That's Bill, ... all day long. Never stop.

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CDR SPT PLT SPT

right;

Just keep humping.

A real hustler.

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PLT They finally found my hidden lie in the pad. talent, my ability to

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CDR

CDR again. This time at 14:B8, M479. A recap of sample number 2 now. I tried one ignition and the flame extinguished. I reduced the test time down to 15 seconds, tried another ignition; again the flame extinguished Just as soon as the ignition wire went out. I tried a third ignition, and this time I tried to force the ignition wire to stay on for a longer period of time by - MARK. - - by hitting Go ahead, Bill. Go ahead, Jer. I - I'll describe that later. the DATA START switch twice.

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PLT CDR CDR PLT CDR

All right. And that - I could not keep the ignition wire going longer than 3 seconds; so there was 3 - so 4 starts done on this particular sample and all future samples we'll do only three. CDR out. Okay, this is the PLT. I gave a ma_k about 30 seconds ago, and that was the left eye, upper center in a small spot, flash. And it was not very finely defined; it was more or less diffuse. MARK. Left eye, left field of view.

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MARK. Right eye, upper field of view - a - a sort of an overall flash. Left eye, left field of view was a spot - small spot. The one in the right eye was a - an area flash. A diffuse area of ill1_m_nat ion. MARK. Lower left - lower right of the left eye, and the lower left of the right eye, -Imost. More predominant in the left eye. Okay, I'm on my third one. also.

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And that was an area flash

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CDR PLT

Burn,

baby,

burn! SIA, holding posture.

And I had myhand over here on the on the SIA so I could get the same

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PLT

Actually I haven't tilted my head down; I've moved my whole body over in the sleep restraint because it takes quite a bit of muscle tension to hold the head down. All the muscles in the body are designed to hold the head up, so it takes quite a bit of effort to hold the head down. I Just bend my whol_ body over BO degrees. MARK. Right eye, center flash; white. field of view. A spot

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FLT

Okay, I'm getting some noise. Subliminal, Both eyes; predominant in the right. MARK. Right eye, upper right Spot flash; vhite. Diffuse. More subliminal stuff. center field

almost.

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of view.

PLT 035 14 43 13 PLT

MARK. Left eye, center - upper center. Fairly bright, white flash. Diffuse. Getting some threshold stuff, right on threshold there, and it's - looks sort of like noise in a TV tube, a little bit. You know, it's not, I mean it doesn't - it's not that wide an area of coverage but little speckles here MARK. view. Left eye, center A diffuse flash. type - lower Spot. center field of

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A few threshold

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MARK. Right eye, left center field of view. A diffuse spot. I'm going to call that threshold. I'm not quite sure I see something, but it seems like there is; and then I notice a little activity, you know, like from one in the right and one in the left, but it's not really as - nearly as predominant as the ones I'm calling out. I don't see that any more right now. I saw it there for about - oh, 30 seconds, two - two periods of about 30 seconds.

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MARK. Left eye, upper right. left, I think. Predominantly spot ; white ; diffuse. Skylab, ADS stateside,

Right eye, upper in the left eye;

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17 minutes. Ma - more

Haven't seen a single streak yet. threshold stuff in the left eye.

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CDR

This is the CDR at 14:47 Zulu. Test sample number 3 burned. The test sample was in excellent condition; the igniter wire was in good condition, no damage indicated whatsoever. We had a couple of anomalies on the test. In the first case, the test time, although the indicator was set at 30 seconds, I think the light flashed at something like 6 or 8 seconds after the test began. I left the camera running and - I left the camera running and ca,,g_t most of it - MARK. - - and I couldn't understand why it was burning so long. And I realized that operator error had occurred, that I had left the CHAMBER REPRESS valve to the OPEN position. MARK. So, therefore, the chamber was being supplied with oxygen from the cabin. So this sample burned in a continuous supply of oxygen rather than Just what oxygen was available in the chamber. So therefore this test, though not invalid, does not follow your procedure. And so therefore the amount of oxygen uD1_nown. available for combustion is an

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I think we can probably - in the next one where we do the clinch work, you'll get the kind of data you need, but this was quite interesting in that it burned for some time. Bill, go ahead with you debrief, l've got some talking to do here. Okay, left center and left center, right field of view. Two diffuse spots. That's the two marks I gave previously.

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PLT 035 lh h8 59 CDR Okay, carry on, Jer. Okay, during the - let me go ahead with the debriefing card here. Ignition: The wire glowed. Yes. Flame appeared. Yes. The -the flame burned over the entire surface: Yes, and the specimen did not break loose and drift. The fl_m_ was a greenish-blue• very close to the specimen and out for about 1/8 of an inch, and then for another inch, to an inch and a half - inch and a quarter - there extended an orange flame which was rather yellow at its base and very orange out at the end. You could see little particles floating off the flame, like little sparks • and then they would cool and become little black particles. And I see some littly black particles in the inside of this work chamber. The overall size of the flame I gave to you. Flame and smoke: The smoke color was gray, off-white into gray. You will notice on your film, also, that the smoke - Skylab, we'd like to dump the VTR here, have no need for it. - - the smoke would Go ahead, Story. Okay, we'll do it. build up. Stand by. if you

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The smoke would build up into a sort of a ball around the flame area and then suddenly - MARK. - - apparently the gas was strong enough - or getting concentrated enough - to where it would flash, and it would - MARK. - - would reach the flash point. Go ahead, Bill.

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Okay, two in the left eye. One upper center: a spot, diffUse. One lower center, left eye: very bright, _spot. Go ahead, Jer. Okay.

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MARK. The ball of fire - of smoke would - would build to about an inch and a h-lf or so in diameter around the flame area and then it would flash, in a white flash.

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CDR PLT

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Go ahead, Bill. Okay, upper left center: Diffuse spot. Right eye - that was in left eye - right eye, left center field of view: Very tiny spot, but bright, white. Go ahead, Jer. Okay, there was about six of those flashes throughout the time of the ignition. As it was burning, it burned rather slowly; it took - I didn't time it, but it took probably 45 seconds to 1 minute to completely burn. But as I told you, I have was busy providing oxygen to it, unwittingly, through the CHAMBER REPRESS valve ; so - you can see how it was burning in the presence of oxygen. Residue quantity: There,s a large quantity, about 2 inches in diameter of black ash; it's still connected to the frame. 100 percent surface burned, none melted. Quantity of the material consumed is 100 percent and -Well, I guess, if I have a residue it can't be eom - completely consumed. I do have the residue, and I would say the whole thing was burnt, but it was all converted to a black ash, and when I opened the port - or when I open the port, we'll see what the consistency of - is of the ash. CDR out. Okay, I Just -I Just got one Just about i0 seconds ago in the left eye, upper center. Just a very diffuse flash. And then now, about 2 seconds ago, one in the right eye, upper left center - MARK. In the left, right center field of view. These are all fairly low-level spot flashes, more or less diffuse, but very _m_ll area. That was three marks for about the last 30 seconds, I guess. I didn't give marks. The reason is it wasn't as impressivethe way those li - bright flashes do.

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I haven't

seen a single

streak.

This is the CDR again at 14:55, M479. I have Just felt the consistency of the residue of the sample number 3; it is quite hard and crunchy and black and - MARK. - - it will - MARK. Go ahead, Bill. Okay. Right, lower center, a flashing area upper left and that's in the right eye. Left eye, upper center. Spot flash. Very bright, white. Go ahead. But the residue right now is very brittle inside some of the folds of the residue I the orange of the original material. But did not get complete consumption of the mat -of the sample at all. CDR out. OkayMARK. Okay. That was right eye; got the double-barreled one. A spot left - far left center in the right eye and lower left in the right eye; and the one in the lower left was brighter, but it was an area. The one in the center was a spot, more finely focused, defined. And when it was Just about i0 seconds before I gave that mark, I thought I saw one center le - field of view, left eye. It was one of those threshold type. You can never - you're never quite sure whether it's because you blinked your eye or what. Skylab, we're a minute and a half to LOS; about 12 minutes to the Vanguard, at 15:12. The VTR is yours. Roger. Than_ you, Story. and can see we of the

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CDR

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Okay. MARK. Upper right, right eye. Spot white flash.

This is the CDR at 15:02 Zulu. on M479. A burn was completed. in excellent condition.

Sample number 4 The sample was

CDR

When I inserted it, the ignition wire was completely intact and no cracks in the cerAm_ c of amy kind. The ignition wire did glow. The flame appeared. The sample burned over the entire surface. The specimen did not drift clear of the support. The overall size of the flame was about 1 inch, I th_n_, in diameter. The - the flame was very much the same as that which I described on the - on a polyurethane - correction, on the sample number 3. I won't even try to name it. Just sample n11m_er 3. I should - I should say in retrospect, that sample number 3 did show some pulsation, that the pulsations were about 2 cycles per second, and this was during the - the end of the burning in which the large bubbles of smoke or gases that would explode or - or flash. Apparently it was hot enought so that these were flashing much more - much sooner and you'd see a little one build and then pop, a little one build and then pop, and this was about twice per second. On this put polyurethane foam on sample nnmber 4 - we'll get Back to that. Flame color again was blue-green close to the material, and as you got out away from the material it was more yellow going to orange. MARK. Go ahead, Bill.

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PLT CDR PLT

This is an area flash in the left eye and a sort of a circular type around the periphery. Go ahead. Okay, the smoke color was white or gray. @,antity: Quite a bit of smoke. Quite a bit more than was present on samples 1 or 2, but about the same amount of smoke as in sample n11m_er 3, which I would say was a - a pall, p-a-l-1 of

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smoke about the sample that measured about 4 to 5 inches in diameter. About the same amount of smoke here. 035 15 04 32 CDR Rate of burning seemed to be rather rapid. And a very fast pulsation of the flame; approximately 6 to 8 pulses per second. I saw the same sparks coming off that I saw on sample number 3, the little particles being - moving away from the sample looking like sparks, and then as they got further away and cooled, they died out. Test time of 30 seconds was quite adequate this time. The sample burned out completely at about 35 seconds, so I tILink we're in good shape for test time on sample number 4. The particles that I could see were little orange sparks and they turned into a little Black particles which have all Been sucked out now by the - the bmiSkB2ad vent. Okay, let's see now. The next thing I owe you is residue. Residue quantity: there is a little Bit of residue at the end away from the igniter coil. It looks 11_ke it measures about 3 millimeters in diameter and about a centimeter long. The extent of surface burn is 100 percent melted and resolidiffed. TI1at little residue looks more li_e ash than resolidification. I'll call it ash; if it turns out to be different when I open it up, I'll tell you. Quantity of material consumed: I'd say 100 percent. Just a little bit of ash; probably makes up 2 or 3 percent of what we started with. Effect on viewports: No effect. All the view-ports look clean. 035 15 06 25 035 15 06 30 CDR PLT CDR out. This is the PLT. This flash I reported about 3 or 4 minutes ago in my left eye was rather unusual. It was sort of a flashbulb effect where the flash seemed to - Well, first it was a Just a general indication of illumination in the left eye. And then I was - I was conscious of a a rapidly spreading light in sort of a concentric fashion near the outer edge of the field of view. But I did not notice the spread from the center out. I only noticed the initial flash and then cau - the - the last few - oh, concentric rings of the spreading, I guess is the way to say it. ._

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Toward the edge of the field of view all the way around circularly. It's - it's sort of a flashbulb effect, only it's not nearly as bright, of course. 035 15 Ii 28 PLT MARK. right A stoat1, short streak, lower eye. White, well defined. left in the

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MARK. Again. Upper right center, horizontal left-to-rlght streak. That was two of them right there in a row. This is the first two streaks I've seen. And they were very short, you know, like - oh, if you were holding a piece of paper at arm's length, it'd have been about a - I mean - you know, about 15 inches ; it would have been about 3/8 of an inch long. Skylab, we're 5 mCnutes. with you through the Vanguard for

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MARK. Left, lower center. And the was a curlicue. Went from - it was about - oh, like a quarter of an inch long, at writing distance. It seemed to go down and curl around. It's the first curved streak I've ever seen.

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MARK. Threshold right eye. Very again.

flash, center field of view, short segment. Left to right,

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I - I'm getting this myriad Very, very, very dim. Now they've stopped. that's me or what. MARK. MARK. There was Another Again,

n]most,

of flashes.

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I don't

know

if

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another

streak.

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-

one in the right

MARK. A spot in the right eye. They looked like they were going in opposite directions, those two - first two streaks; one seemed to be in the upper left center, right eye, going from left to right. And the one in the lower left center in the opposite direction. The spot was about halfway between them. And again I got -

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MARK. From right eye toward - the streak going from lower right to upper left, in the left center field of view, with the larger portion of the streak at the end. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. I'm getting zapped by the tadpoles. all very tiny, very Streaks Streaks. going in different Really me Left, Both ri - both eyes. eyes -

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Spot.

Golly.

zapping

MARK. That was - Those were well defined MARK - streaks. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. Spot, spot. Both Left Streak left

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on that one too. eye, left center field -

center,

of those

were

sp now.

I'm getting Center

a - the myraid

of effects,

field of view.

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MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. Left MARK.

Streaks. Streaks.

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eye, right Right

eye.

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eye. stuff.

MARK. Left eye. Lots of subliminal Lots of Just on the threshold. MARK.

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MARK.

Streaks

and spots. the threshold stuff. That's -

I'm still MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. white. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK.

getting

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Left Right Right

eye, streak. eye, streak. Short streak.

eye, streak.

Very short

streaks.

Very well defined,

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Streaks. Left eye. Gosh:

Streaks Left

going

ali different

directions.

eye.

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MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. Sounds

Streaks.

4

like the activity's

really

picking

up.

Oh, man' I don't know what hap - all beck broke loose, Jer. I must have Ju - we Just - must have gone into the to the SAA. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 0Eay, this is the CDR in between MARK. - - PLT. Very bright. And this is the CDR with M_79. MARK. marks by the - These are all very narrow white streaks. Short streA_s. These are mostly short -

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is 15:17

Zulu.

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MARK.
MARK. Sample nnmher 5, bleached cellulose paper. Specimen condition was very good. The ignition wire w_s in good shape. The wire glowed. A flame appeared at first.

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CDR 035 15 17 23 PLT CDR

MASK.
A bright MARK. - - lasted
out.

flame, yellow

and white.

And then - -

for about

2 to 3 seconds

and then died

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MARK. - - and became a very diffuse, pale blue as the paper continued to burn. MARK. MARK. Smoke is gray to white - flame

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Skylab, we're a minute and a half from LOS. The next station - it's a long LOS - will be Goldstone at 16:22. It's about an hour and 5 minutes - MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. ... and we'll Jet, Houston. Go ahead, be dumping the data/voice there.

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Jerry, pass on to Bill that when he gets done with the light flashes and $233 - it is a non-time critical. He can get in even later on today. He can press on with the condensate tank procedure. And for you, we don't want Mh79 to interfer - MARK. - - with your getting your stowage update and other checklist updates MARK. - - maybe after dinner we suggest you get that stowage checklist update done - MARK. - - and then press MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. Okay. MARK. MARK. So I Just finished MARK. - - and I think I'll pick up a little now as we ... - Little tadpole, all directions. Fine. MARK. short se_nent streaks speed sample number 5 - Lots of them. on with M479. checklist so - -

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MARK.

Both eyes. _79 continuation. out yellow and white,

Okay, this is the CDR with Flame color I said started nice and bright. MARK. MARK.

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PLT PLT

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CDR

Extended about an inch and a half away paper and then after - MARK.

from the

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- - about 2 to 3 seconds at the - you come in loud, Bill, and I'll keep m_ - Okay, you keep on going. low. And - -

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- - voice MARK.

fairly

The pale blue MARK. MARK.

only - -

\

- - stood up about i/_ to 1/2 inch from the paper. Its smoke color is white to gray. Considerable amount of smoke - MARK. - - As I sit here MARK. - - now, it extends MARK. - - inches MARK. in all directions from the sample. about 8 to I0 - looking at it - -

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3940 CDR 035 15 19 30 PLT CDR Soot? MARK. - - no soot. Rate of burning: The yellow Well, the yellow is burning quite rapidly. When the yellow faded out, it immediately slowed down and the rate of burning became very slow - MARK. - - and slower as it got near the end. Flame pulsation, none. Particle size, none. Residue quantity? Yes, we have some black and ash with gray edges on it - of the paper - MARK. - - and it was - MARK. MARK. - - probably an area about 25 percent of the the beginning area of the paper, 25 - MARK. MARK. - - 35 percent, maybe. Melted resolidification, none. Extent of surface burn was i00 percent. Quantity of material consumed, I - MARK. - - would say the volume of this quantity is probably 5 percent of what it started out. Effect on vlewports, none. The viewports are all clean. MARK. CDR out. MARK. Okay, these are all very small io - short se_nent flashes. Sort of different directions. I see no soot - I

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The one - The one bright one I reported was quite bright in the left eye. That was about 3 or 4 minutes ago. 035 15 20 57 035 15 21 01 CDR PLT CDR This MARK. - - with addendum that is that - MARK. - - as I investigated the smoke closely, there was some - MARK. - - light gray particulate the smoke. CDR out. Okay, the myriad of flashing that I reported last t_m_e - this is I think, what I was seeing, because ali of a sudden it's Just like a meteor shower. Except they sort of a11 come in at different directions. And they're very, very short streaks. They were not spots, most of them. They were some spots but they - Most of them were - I'd say 80 percent of them were very short streaks. If .you were holding a piece of paper at normal writing-desk distance, they would be probably an eighth of an inch long. And they did have a sort of a head on them, appeared to have it. Okay, I haven't seen any now in about 30 seconds to a minute. By the way, there were probably as mauy as I called ; there were that many more threshold types. So there were an awful lot of them that - you know, it was like - it was like a sparkler - something more like a meteor shower. • And some of them were brighter than the others. Some of them I wasn't quite sure; they were out in the peripheral field of view and you're not quite sure you really saw it. If it was an individual one, you would have reported it, you matter suspended in a little more to the sample 5 report and is the CDR again with M_79 - -

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PLT CDR

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PLT

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know, because it would have been distinct from the others. But when - when I was getting bombarded and zapped there, a lot of them I was sort of Just questionably conscious of aware of. And now l'm drawing blanks. I don't see anything. I thought for a while there, I may have gotten well dark adapted for seeing Background stuff that's here all the time. But I don't see anything right now. 035 15 24 52 035 15 25 07 PLT CDR Hum. A lot of action there for a while.

CDR at 15:25 Zulu, M479 sample nl,mber 5. I also wanted to add that the flammability test timer timed out at about 3 to 4 seconds, I think, and the light flashed much too early. CDR out. MARK. Lower right, in right eye. center diffused area flash,

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PLT

MARK. Right center field of view, right eye. It - vertical, trending area flash. Sort of a linear nature to it, but it was a wide diffused band, sort of. CDR at 15:27 Zulu, debrief on flammRbility specimen number 6. The specimen was in good condition. The ignition wire in good condition. The ceramic tun - undamaged. The ignition wire glowed? Yes. The flame appeared? Yes. The flame - MARK. - - did not stay up very much at all. As soon as the material burned away from the - the ignition wire, there appeared to be threads or something in the material and as these threads seemed to contract due to the heat, some of them snapped. That is they - they - they whipped and when they whipped, they whipped little b_11 s of fire off the material and it floated off into the chamber and then the balls would go out. One by one, as these threads began to pop, or whip, they whipped the balls, the little pieces of the fire away until finally, it Just essentially whipped the

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fire off and only about material burned and the after the. the ignition 035 15 28 28 CDR 5 to 10 percent of the flame Just died out wire finished glowing.

_

Overall, the size of the flame, it started out about - extending about a half an inch away fro_ the ignition wire and then as the - the little bat1 s that got whipped off were about a quarter of an inch in diRm_ter. The fl,m_ color was yellov to orange. The smoke color, I did not see any smoke, and there is none hanging in there now. I beg your pardon - There was a little smoke in there. It was a light gray. And the reason why I don't see it now is because I vented the chamber and it's sitting for 2 minutes. Okay, very little smoke, however, though - and no soot wtatsoever. The rate of burning, while it was burning, was burning quite briskly and - but every t_= one of the - the material would snap or pop or undulate, it would snap some of the flame off and then that seemed to be what reduced the fl_. Flame pulsation, I did not see it pulsating. Particle size, I saw no particles other than the chunks that were flipped off and they were probably an 1/8 to 1/16 of an inch in diameter and were the center of a ball of fire which was about i/_ of an inch in diameter. Residue, there's a little bit of granular residue left still adhering to the cloth itself. It looks like extent of surface burn as I said, 5 to I0 percent_ it looks like some of it has been resolidified and melted right at the threads. Quantity of the material consln,_d, again 5 to i0 percent. And it had no effect on the viewport.

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CDR out. Okay, and PLT, terminating experiment. light flash

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This is the CDR at 15:_5 Zulu. The subject is M_79. l'm looking at sample number 7. We have new film on now. This is Charlie India - I believe it was 86 - Charlie India, anyway. And on sample number 7, this is the al,-,_uized Mylar, the sample - the specimen condition was in good shape; no problems at all. The ignition wire was in good shape, and the ceramic was all in good shape; no

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probl_m_ there at all. The ignition wire did glow; the flame appeared. The flame was very bright; it was whitish and yello w - white to yellow. And it was very flashy. It did not pulsate; it - it flashed. The Mylar split down the middle, and the flame worked to the two opposite corners from the - where the ignition wire was. 035 15 45 33 CDR The flame moved very quickly; the - the material moved very quickly, and - or I should say the material burnt very quic_ly. And it split and it burned in two separate flames, going to the two opposite corners away from the ignition source. The overall size of the flame was about a i/2 to 3/4 inch in diameter away from the - the - what was burning. The smoke color is gray. Q1,antity: each - each area that was - that burned has its own little smoke ball around it. The smoke balls are around 2-1/2 inches in diameter on one side_ on the other side about 1-1/2 inches in diameter. In the center, around the ignition wire, the smoke ball is about an inch and a half in diameter. The soot: there was no soot that I could see; there are little ash - bits of residue that are suspended in the smoke. And when I hit the b1,1_head, then I'm sure it's going to go away very quickly. Flame pulsation: there was none. Particle size: the particles that I see suspended are extremely, extremely small particles, maybe 1/10 the side of - size of a grain of salt. Residue: The only residue that's left is one little bit of black ash with gray tinges around it in the far - furthermost corner away - this is the corner that's opposite the one with the number plate on it. It's the far corner. Up around the ignition wire there's gray ash, and there's a couple of little pieces of gray ash down on the frame; that's about it. Extent of surface burn was lO0 percent; melted and resolidified, none. Quantity of material consumed, I'd say, is 100 percent. There is very, very little bit left. And the effect on the view_ has been zero.

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035 16 37 24 CDR This is the CDR at 13:07 [sic] Zulu. The subject is Earth observations handheld photography, reporting the latest SEylab _ - correction, Skylab 3 c_era orgy. This one was another one down the California coast. I had the Nikon with Charlie X-ray 57 in it, a 300-millimeter lens, set at 5.6, i/i000 and I shot frames number _3 doWn to nmnher 2, and it's essentially a mosaic from Fresno, California to GuadalaJara, Mexico. I covered both BaJa California as well as the Mexico side of the Gulf and from southern California, I made a quick shot over to the east to the Las Vegas/Lake Mead area hopefully covering getting the coverage for the Garlock Fault. I essentially tried to make sure that my mosaic csme down the San Andreas, went - crossed on - on the - the Garlock Fault. I m.y have gotten the Ow_n Valley Fault along with the - with the San Andreas. I'm not sure about that. I was mainly concerned with picking up the Kings snow cover area as well as the San Andreas River, Fault.

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And then, as I got down by Los Angeles, I moved on down through the Salton Sea and took the San Jacinto Fault on down to the Gulf of California. And then I went down BaJa California to about Just south of San _Atlntin and then went back up and came back down the Mexico side of - to the Gulf of California and got as far as - oh, Just south of Tibdron Island. 035 16 39 lh CDR CDR out.

TIME

SKIP

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PLT at 19:05, debriefing the }4131 motion sensitivity. The - I seem to be doing quite well. I was seeing the illusion on the first two levels. And I got above 4, then I stopped seeing the illusions, and this is -l've reported this before. At level level 8 and above, it Just seems like that here the line is wavering very, very, very slightly to the left and the right where it's Just rock steady. And it's rather obvious; I can tell from physiological cues that l'm rotating, but I do not see the illusion at all.

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And PLT out. This is the CDR at 19:21 Zulu. The last sample I did at about 16:00 Zulu was sample number 9, which is the neoprene-coated nylon. I gave you a blow-by-blow, as I remember, as the test was going on. I'm Just reviewing the debriefing we've done and see if there's auything I might have left out. I don't think so. There was the same residue, same pulsatioas, same flame color, smoke color, soot, particle sizes. Again,! think the little particles were about - very small, about the size of pepper, half the size of pepper. Finely ground pepper, I should say. Okay. That's about it. I've got sR-T_le number lO in now, which is the polyurethane, sponge or foam. And we're about ready to get it started.

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CDR out. Okay, this is the CDR at 19:24 Zulu. I am turning out the lights. We're all set up on the sample number l0, polyurethane foam. Going to DATA START

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Now. White, bright flash, very yellow, flame all along the foam. Pulsation now as the foam begins to come down near the end. Again, about 6 to 8 pulses per second. The flame is yellow and orange. It started out rather orange; it's now quite a bit more yellow. The pulsations have stopped, and it's now dwindling off. The smoke is white to gray, very light gray. Okay. Let me get you a picture of that in the floods now. Very beautifUl, very graceful-looking smoke pattern. Okay. The particles in the smoke are extremely fine particles. I wouldn't even compare them with pepper. They they're more like soap floating on water. You know, it's more of a stain than a particle. Now, there are a few black particles down at the near end where the flames started and they're about the size of pepper grains. Now as this burns, you will see in the picture, it started - the flame rapidly propagated from one end to the other, and then the whole thing burned like one of those Fourth of July "snakes" -you know, those little black things that you light a match to _nd they Just worm and squirm around. And the whole thing

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CDR out. This is the CDB again. The time is 15:53 Zulu. The subject is M487 [sic]. The sample number was number 8, the nylon. We had the same situation on burning as we had before. The material burns and glows only during the period of time that the the glow wire, the ignition wire, is actually hot. I tried it three times and in every case the glow _mmediately extinguished as soon as the ignition wire power was killed. I used a 15-second test time, and in every case it was a - a b,lmmer, you might say. Okay, the - I don't see any sense in going through all this thing again. There is no difference in my debriefing this time than there was from last time. One peculiar little thing I might say about the smoke: there is no residue in this thing_ there are no particles, no residue, Just gray smoke. The smoke has formed above and below the sample in the form of two mushrooms. One mushroom cloud above, one mushroom cloud below. And, as it's now stable mushroom, I'm going to go ahead and take a picture of it for you. Jer, I'm through. Okay. Thank you, Bill. Okay, we have the two mushrooms and really that's about it. The residue and everything is Just the same. You can see where it's melted. The flames - the two flame balls, or glowing areas that were burning, were the same places that burned on the first sample; that is, right around the two holes in the center where the ignition wire goes through. And that Just about caps it off, as far as the debriefing is concerned on this particular one. And I'm starting to vent. CDR out. This is the CDR; M479. The time is 16:00 Zulu. I'm burning sample number 3 right - correction sample number 9 right now. This is the - the covered nylon, polyurethane covered nylon, I think it is? And it's taking about as long to burn as

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the last one did that I goofed on and left the repress valve on with. And it's doing the same pulsing and flashing. It's got the same blue flame and the same orange flame ; blue in close, about 1/8 inch out, orange flame extending as far as an inch - 3/4 of an inch to an inch out. And it's doing a lot of - a lot of flashing and sparking. 035 16 00 14 CDR It's throwing off sparks which are the little particles. There are little black particles suspended in the smoke all through the area now. I'll take a little bit of a picture here, and - with the floodlight on. As these - as these little black particles came off, they came off as sparks, and then they - they cool. I saw - I did not see any of the big, large bubbles of - of smoke or gas. They move out and then puff all at once. This was more of a pulsation thing. And it was - was pulsing at about, oh, a couple per second or something like that. And the smoke is gray, same as last time. So, really, what I showed you last time really wasn't too far off even though I did goof it up and leave the doggone cabin repress - or chamber repress valve. The residue is the same as last time. There's a little bit of orange left that you can see in the fold, about the same residue as before. In fact, I'll give you a couple of frames of that too, so you can see what the residue looks like. And that' s about it. There was nothing nothing any different about the way this one burnt than the - than the first time, that I can see. 035 16 01 54 CDR CDR out.

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PLT

PLT at 16:36, reporting handheld photographs in the Hasselblad, Charlie X-ray 35, Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains, the western edge of the mountains and that's nine frames, 22 through 30, f/8, on the 100-millimeter lens, at 1/250.

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burned and didn't - and kept its length. And then finally - the part next to the igniter broke aw_y and it all burned toward the far end. And that's when it was doing its pulsating, when it was burning toward the far end. Then when it got to the far end, it began to die out, as I told you. 035 19 26 33 CDR And - and let's see, residue: Ss_ae amount of residue as last time; no change in that. Now let's quickly look over the - the ignition wire glowed, the flame appeared, no problem. Their overall size: The flame was again the same size as last time. Pulsation's the same; residue's the same; the quantity's the same; extent of surface burn was 100 percent; no re - resolidification of any kind. Quantity consumed, 99 percent. There's Just that little bit of residue left down there, the ash. Effect on the viewports: Viewports are still clean. That is so - so beautiful I'm going to go get the Nikon and take a picture of the smoke before I disturb it. CDR out.

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PLT

PLT at 16 - make that 19:42, recording sure MI31 chair, is 1200 psi.

the N2 pres-

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This is the CDR at 19:46 Zulu. Sample number ii has been cons_ned by M487 - correction, M497 [sic]. If anything, this particular sample burned a little less brightly than did the first paper sample. Ignition wire glowed; the flame appeared; the entire surface burned. It took i minute and about 12 seconds, I think it was, for the thing to go. The w_ it - the sequence of events was that when the ignition wire started, we had a quick flash of fire. Around the ignition wire it was nice and orange, and then when the ignition wire went out, if faded back from a bright orange to a lighter orange and then fiDally the orange faded out after about 5 or 6 seconds into nothing but blue.

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The orange - the initial orange flashed out about an inch and a half. Then the - the second orange lasted - oh, I guess that was about 3/_ of an inch radiation out ; and then it died off. And when it

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A_I turned blue, I don't think the blue got more than 3/8 of an inch away from the paper the entire time. It glowed very weakly the whole time and it - it was its strongest Just as it turned blue, and it Just got weaker and weaker and weaker as tha paper was consumed. The - there are no large particles; no soot. The smoke is white. The there is some residue suspended in the smoke, and In fact, I'll give you some DAC pictures of the smoke. It looks very much like a - oh, a spider web or a cocoon. It's like the spider webs you see down there in Texas. They get into those trees - the tree moss. It's a very silky looking spider web, and it's Just very, very stable at zero g. It doesn't go anywhere; it kind of all holds together. And let's see. No pulsation, Just a steady burn. Residue quantity is about the ssme as before. There's a lot of ash out there, but if you tap it, it'll be gone. And it represents probably 30 to 35 percent of the area out there is still shown in the residue, and it probably represents 5 percent of the volume. And that's about it. No effect on the viewports. 035 19 50 35 CDR This is the CDR, M479 at 19:51. I'm holding the residue of the paper in my hand, and it has a remarkable strength in it. I'm very, very surprised. It's - it's quite brittle, but I expected it to be strictly ash and nothing else, but there's actually some body and there's a little bit of tensile strength to this thing - residue. It - let's see if I can - I'll tell you what I'm going to do; I'm going to put a little piece of this residue in the sample with m-,her 8 - with the nylon sample number 8. I'll put this little piece of residue from the paper in there. CDR out. Okay, this is the CDR at 19:53 Zulu. We have a

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ssmple number 12 in the furnance at this time, and I am going to punch off the start light in Just a minute. Standby. 035 19 53 17 CDR START. Okay. We got a good flash off, and it's doing the seme thing as it started as last time

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in the - as the threads snap or pop or Whatever it is they're doing, they're snapping the flame away form the area that's being burnt and - now the burnt area is all away - pulled away form the oh, l'm going to give you a little bit of DAC film here. The burnt area is pulled all away from the ignition wire and then - that - that got it away from its source of combustion, and the threads in the materials started quivering, popping and snapping and Just snapping the flames away, and it essentially extinguished itself. 035 19 5_ 07 CDR 'I%is is exactly the same thing that happened on the last run that we had the IR pictures of. Residue: There are particles - there are particles, that's the little Pieces of Teflon that have been snapped off. And they range from little threads about 3 millimeters long to tiny little pieces of of mR terial, 1/2 millimeter by 1/2 millimeter. And the smoke was gray, whitish gray, and other than that, no - no change whatsoever in this in this one. I don't think I need to go into a big long debriefing on it. Yes, that Teflon cloth, once it starts, you know, when it gets started, there's a pretty bright hot flash, but it kind of puts itself out as soon as you take it away from the - the ignition source. It Just kind of puts itself out by the - Well, it must be - the first must put some sort of a - a stress into the - into the m,terial or something like that and it - it's quivering snapping, relieving and Just throwing the fire away from itself. CDR out.

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This is the CDR; S149. The t_me is 20:21 Zulu. And we are working on specimen number 13 now; ready to go. And we're going to vacuum vent it at a third of the way through. And this particular one will be a quickie. Stand by MARK. There's a third of the way. Okay. That was very effective as an extinguisher. I ran the

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camera a little bit can see that it was add, it looked like out, or was getting even did the vacuum 035 20 23 06 CDR

with the floodlight on; you very effective. I might also it might have possibly gone ready to go out, before I vent on it, which was surprising.

Okay, the - the initial flash in the flame was unchanged from what we've seen everytime before. And about all we've seen new is the fact that if you open the vacuum vent that it will most certainly put it out, in this particular case.

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CDR out. This is the CDR. _ae time is 20:28 Zulu. We're starting on sample number lb. Sample number lh is the nylon. Okay, the system is ready. The bulkhead vent is open. We're ready to - to hustle on here. Stand by DATA START. Okay, it's -]_eady quit. And we have a tiny bit of smoke. For one burning, the the smoke is almost nil, and rea]ly the melting is almost nil too. The smoke stands up about about 1/2 inch from each side, and covers an area about the - the - the area of the nylon itself. I didn't get the two mushroom things until I'd done it three times. Now I'm going to do it one more time this way. And then on the last time, l'm going to vent it Just as soon as I get it started to see how quick it'll go out. In fact, I better vent it this time; it'll give you two shots of the vented. So we're going to the READY now. And here it goes. Stand by MARK. Okay, there goes the glow; going to vent. Okay. As you can see, it immediately - it _--,ediately stopped as soon as I - as soon as I vented it. Okay, I'm going to cabin - I'm going to repress it again. Okay, we are just about surized on the cb_,ber. valve is closed. We're one for you. repress - we're represAll right, the repress ready. Here goes another

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MARK. There goes ignition. We're getting a good glow. And I went to vent, and it _--,ediately extinguished it. All right, now I would like to conduct an experiment with your experiment. And that is, l'm going to leave the repress valve open, let it have plenty of oxYgen, and see if it will burn longer than the 3 seconds we've seen so far. It could be it's snuffing itself out because it doesn't have any more oxYgen. And I thine that would be an interesting thing to find out here. Okay. The repress valve is open. And l'm going to put it to READY. Okay. You've got your three datas, and this one is a freebee for me, but l'm interested to see what's going to happen. Here we go. MARK. Well, we got a little flash out of it, anyway. That's about the only difference, is that it's - it glowed up and then popped and made a little flash. But it doesn't look like there's any more - doesn't look to me like there's any more area melted or anything. Just - we Just got an extra little flash out of it and that's about all. That was the only benefit oxygen to it. of adding extra

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CDR out. Okay, this is the CDR; M48 - 479. The time is 20:36. l'm on sample number 15. Got the READY. And we're going to again vacuum quench this fire. Stand by MARK. Well, I got a flash. All right, now it's burning nice and yellow. All right, it 's about a third; there it goes. Okay. When I hit it with the vacuum this time - when I hit it with the vacuum, it didn't immediately extinguish llke the others. This one burned on a little bit further and had a sort of a yellow flash to it. Let me go through the chain of events again here. It started off with a yellow flash, a rather bright flash, and then it settled down to Just an orange burning color with blue in close, and moved down. At about a third I hit the vacuum vent; it flashed a brighter orange again, and then - I - I thine it was the vacuum that caused the - the cloth it-

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self to kind of peel away from the frame. And the whole thing started rolling up and then iumediately died. But it did flash. The first indication when I vented was a flash, and then - then it died out Just a second or so later. 035 20 37 29 035 20 50 24 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR at 20:51 with VTR data on M479. Zulu with dialog to go

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Hello. I'm in the process of doing M48 - 497 which is the - correction, M479 which is the study of the fl_-,-ability of - of articles. And what I have here is a piece of polyurethane sponge, or polyurethane foam, which I've done a few experiments on, and I found that it really does burn quite brightly. So I wanted to show it to you for a minute here. This is specimen number 19. It has a little coil here on the end and some little wires that come down. What we do is we put an electrical current across these wires and essentially ignite this polyurethane foam while it's inside of a little furnace. We have a window, and so when I put this in and get ready to ignite it l'm going to set the television camera up and allow you to look in the window and see with me what happens when this polyurethane foam ignites.

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Sorry, I didn't mean to break you up. I didn't know you were in the middle of all that ... Oh, where you going with that?

CDH 035 20 51 54 SPT

I'm not going anywhere. I'm trying to figure out if I can get these like that and then I'm going to ... Okay, this is the CDR at 19:55 Zulu. The correction, 20:55 Zulu. No it isn't, by golly; it's 21:00 Zulu. Okay, I'll learn how to read a clock here pretty quick. We are in the process now of looking at the f1_--._bility sample number 19 for M479. I have the television camera looking into the window of the - of the pressure working Chamber. I'm now going to throw the

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switch on the panel which puts us in the READY position and kills the floodlight inside the the work chamber. Now, when I throw the - the DATA START switch you're going to see an igniter start, and then you're going to see the - the polyurethane foam flare up. And after it burns one-third l'm going to open the vacuum valve which will extinguish the flame. 035 21 01 02 CDR All right. Here we go. Now. Cameras are Emning. You see the glow and the flash. And it's about a third gome. You notice how it flares up and glows as I dump it. Now it's out. Fantastic. Now I Just don't know if you were able to see all that or not. The television camera has an automatic light control in it which sets the - the f-stop in it when the lights change. It mayhave been the changes were too fast. But I thought I would lea - at least experiment and see if we can see this on television. So, now we'll send it down to the ground and see if - see what they think of it. CDR out. Okay, for Mh79 - it's now 21:03 Zulu - this is the CDR. We did the polyurethane foam, sample number 19 this time, and got some rather dramatic results. I also had the TV camera set up looking _n the window over my shoulder. Be very interested to see what comes of that. However, the polyurethane foam, when allowed to ignite and burn about one-third - what I did is I a11owed the flame to propagate all the way down to the other end. This is not - you _now the - this this is the normal - the way this thing burns. The flame _mmediately propagates to the other end, and the whole thing burns. And then the flame then the blue flame moves on down toward the far end. Now - what I did is let the flame propagate over the whole thing before I extinguished - or hit the - the vent. And I must say, I was quite quite surprised at what I saw, because the polyurethane flared up, burned brighter, and began to look like a corona or an aurora, the way it was a very diffuse blue flame that was about 4 to - to

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6 inches

in d_-meter

around

the - around the

specimen and being blown - or sucked, I should say, towardtoward the vent. But the flame started up and went the usual colors of blue to yellow to orange; blue in close to the foam, then yellow, and then a very orange flame. And then the orange propagated all the way and so we had a big orange hotdog, you might say, until I opened the valve. And then it flared up, got more yellow, and then turned to a blue and became very, very diffuse and expanded from about a diameter of about l-l/2 to 2 inches to a diameter of 4 to 6 inches. 035 21 04 34 CDR And the rate of burning, I would say, was probably Just about the same. It looked to me like it it Just didn't quit burning until it ran out of material to burn. Now I noticed that down at the far end - we have some residue down there that is not the same as the residue we had for pressurized burning, or burning in - in atmosphere. And it's very, very shiny. You've got the old gray residue on there, but you've also got a very shiny residue sticking on the front of it. In fact, I'm going to take a couple of DAC frames of it so that you can see what it looks like. As soon as this chamber comes up to pressure, I'm going to get in and - and touch it with my pencil and see if it's as fragile as the gray is, or whether it's as glassy as it looks. I have a hunch that it's Just shiny, that it's every bit as fragile as the gray is. But the polyurethane foam is by far the most spectacular burner of all of the samples that we have. Now, let's see. No, it's sticky; it's melted, is what it is. It extinguished so fast that we left a ball of melted polyurethane down here on the on the end, and it probably Just hadn't had a chance to burn yet. That's apparently what the situation is. This is the CDR again at 21:09 Zulu on M479. I've been identifying sample number 16, the polyurethane foam, as sample number 19. The reason why is because I turned the cover upside down and Just looked at the 6 and saw a 9 and wasn't even really thJn_ing too clearly. But anyway, polyurethane

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foam is the one I've been calling number 19. That's the one that flared up and had the auroralike affect that we've seen. l've got the television of it. In fact, on television I believe I called sample number 19, so you'll have to Just kind of scratch all that stuff out. Okay, l'm now moving on to sample number 17, which is the paper. And I'll be back up in Just a minute. 035 21 17 36 CDR Okay, this is the CDR. M479 at 21:18 Zulu_ starting with sample number - number 17. And l'm also doing a video tape on this same sample. This is the paper sample. It's bleached cellulose paper. And l'm going to do the same thing as we did with the polyurethane foam_ that is, we'll start the - get it ignited and then, once it's ignited, we will let it burn about one-third, and then evacuate the chamber and see how it quenches the fire. Okay, we're at the READY now. Here we go. Stand

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Ignition. You see the glow and the smoke, a little flare. Okay. You notice the - the orange flame dies out and it Just becomes sort of a blue gl - glow that extends all the way down the the width of the paper. Well, I can see that you're having difficulty seeing it. A11 right, we're now one third of the way down the paper, going to quench. Now. Very bright blue. Now it's out. Okay. The differences between this and the norreal pressurized chamber are the fact that when you do the quench - the vacuum quench - you immediately get a bright flash of orange - the orange flame, and the whole flame appears to streak toward the vent valve. And then, instead of the blue glow, it settles to a much brighter hue of - of blue, much brighter. And, instead of only being about 1/2 - 3/8 inch to 1/2 inch above the paper, it Jumped to being about a good inch above the paper, and then it extinguished. So it was quite beautiful; however, nowhere near as spectacular nor as ominous looking as the polyurethane foam. Let's see, I don't think there's anything else. The big thing is - is on - is on quench. The fact that it did flare before it went out.

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CDR out. This is the CDR at 21:26 Zulu. M479, s_ple number 18. This is the Teflon fabric, or I should say Just Teflon. The television is running again; we'll see if this - I've got some low outside light level now. We'll see how this works on television and this will be our last experiment with TV. Okay, PO_ is ON; sample I.D. 's been done. Stand by. MARK. There's the glow.

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Okay. That was kind of a b,lmmer. I caught it Just as the last piece was flying off and - by the way, I did not get the television going after all. I got it - there was no change in the characteristics of burning of this. And I hit the vent Just as the last piece was flying off and it went strea_ng over toward the vent. But it neither flared nor anything else. I don't think it'll do any good to try. Let me try resetting this rascal again and seeing what happens. No, nothing happened. The - the m_terial's too far away from the igniter coil. Okay. Well, that's too bad. You Just - the Teflon Just doesn't seem to give you enough - enough contact with the wire to do much with. And m-ybe I could've helped if I had quenched it Just a tad earlier; we might're been able to see something. But it all happened much too quickly, really. And we didn't get very good data from that at all. CDR out.

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This is the CDR at 00:55 Zulu, M479 sample number 19. This is thereal sample 19; this is aluminized Mylar. And we are going to try a quench here. The lower spray nozzle does not appear to be spraying water. I 'm not sure whether it's iced up or what. I ran the test on it, and it did not spray. And I don't have time to fool with it. We're Just going to have to get by with one spray nozzle if that's all there is. SAMPLE I.D. By the way, starting with number 19 we have about 45 percent left on the supply reel which is Charlie India 98. So we're going along pretty well.

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The READY light is on. And, let's see, test time is i0 seconds there. Okay, FLAMMABILITY POWER, ON; SAMPLE I.D., ON; TEST - There, I changed the TEST down to i0. It was at 30, and then I what I did is I RESET the READY Just to make sure that if there's some sort of logic in there that had - won't look at that. So we got it now. I 'm turning down the lights. And we'll START the DATA, and hope that the spray works. The lights are dimmed; houselights are low. Here we go. Stand by. Skylab, Houston. for 9 minutes. We are AOS through the Vanguard

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Get my left hand on the water Okay, stand by MARK. Hello, Crip. I managed

spray valve

here.

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CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR CC CDR SPT

to get ...

Okay, that ... And we ... But your-

one was

a b_-,mer.

did not get any spray

either.

a guy in

For a while there I thought you had stowage who didn't know the ropes.

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Oh, oh. Okay, this is the CDR again with M479, sample 19. Not only did the sample poop out on us with about one-third burnt, but I do not see an indication that we got any spray. And, of course, the houselights are so low I couldn't see. So I sm going to spray it Just for - for luck Just to see what happens. Oh, a little tiddly dribble out of the top nozzle and nothing out of the bottom nozzle. Beautiful. Okay, I'm going to evacuate this thing. I don't know what to tell you on this. It worked - it worked fine in the test, and now it's not working. I'll try going back and stroking the accumulator again. Go through a fill cycle. But, at any rate, there's the burning itself. You have - now have a film of it. And it was rather disappointing. It started burning and - and then Just pooped out. And the ignition wire is broken. And when I put it in it was in good shape - excellent shape. Everything was - was real fine. But it - it looks like the ignition wire must have burnt in two, and that made the whole thing quit. So but I'm real disappointed in the spray nozzle. It Just - it won't go. Now I - I did not run it with the accumulator deal. I ran it Just strictly with the water - water spray and the accumulator fill, you know, on the test. Okay, that's better; much better except Just the upper one is working; the lower one is not working. And I'm - I'm very so_:ry I don't have time to mess with it to figure out what's wrong with it. It's probably got some sort of a impediment in it or something. Okay, I've now got the chamber in vent again, trying to get this water to sublime out of here. Well, it's J.ust going to turn to ice. I might as well dry it out with my towel. At any rate, the flame was pretty much the same as before except that it Just pooped out early; whereas the first two - three tests, the flame made it all the way to the end. In this case - well, no, the first two tests, it made it all the way to the end,

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then we extinguished the sec - the vacuum extinguish one. And so this was a bummer as far as the spray is concerned. It - it quit before the spray could even get to it. 036 01 01 19 036 Ol i_ 56 CDR CDR CDR out. Okay, this is the CDR, M479. Specimen n1-,_er 20 is in there now, and we're ready to start the process. Checking all ports closed. Oksy, the hatch is closed; POWER is ON; SAMPLE I.D. ; i0 SECONDS, system is READY. Ed, l'm goin6 to turn off the lights for a second, l'm going to turn off the lights for a second. Okay, stand by. Let me get m_ hand on the valve. MARK. Yes. A great big nothing again. Your water spray isn't worth a tinker's hoot. Well, it's not spraying out. It Just dribbles. Okay, this - this sample was also a bummer. It quit burning Just as soon as the - the igniter finished. Skylab, Houston. for i_ minutes. And after that We are AOS through Canary

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CC

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3 seconds

is about when

I turned

on the water trying to catch a little bit of that. Of course, the water Just piddled along and - and missed the target. And I don't know why it's playing that gmme with me. CC CDR CC CDR CC CDR CC That 's affirmative. It - We also need to get the circuit breaker for that.

- - it's not - And l'm trying to - - - spreading out.

- - see whereabouts on the panel it is. It's on panel 202, needs to be closed. It's in the lefthand portion of it, down at the bottom. Well, I'm going to - -

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CC CDR 036 01 16 54 036 01 16 56 036 01 34 04 CDR CC CDR

And we are ready for the - - - do another system fill and purge. CDR out. - - for the photo log. Okay, CDR at 01:34 Zulu. I've completely reserviced the water quench system. The lower nozzle is still not working properly. And I have sample m_mher 21 in now, and I Just hope that we get something cooking right here now. I hate to not get the data We want. There's the SAMPLE I.D. we have a READY light. Houselights are going dim. Get m_hand on the spray nozzle. Okay, standby MARK. Got a good glow. Oh, the fire is spreading very nicely. _ay, the 10-second thing worked right. Okay, it popped loose and rolled up. And that really put a kibosh on the fire. It's rolling up in itself. Now I'm turning on the spray. Nothing. One lousy - it's blowing bubbles at me. _ay. What I did is I pulled up on the accumulator knob and really made a - a spray of water. And it only - it didn't exactly precisely impinge on the - on the target. And, therefore, the water that was added madethe target burn brighter made the ssmpleburn a lot brighter. And you're seeing that on film now. I'm seeing a lot of bright flashes - i, 2, 3, about 2 per second. 4, 5 - it's Just pop, pop, pop, flashing brightly. The flame itself is bubbling. It - it looks like lava Just about, with the little bitty red sparks going off of it. It's Just about burnt out. Okay, with the top nozzle aimed more toward the near end of the - of the sample, I'm going to have to start to spray before we get two-thirds burned, because I miss it the other way. NowI'm evacuating the system now. Now what I've got to do with the accumulator is reach up and grab the little knob, and - and lift it to make it spray, because it doesn't have enough poop to do more than Just blow a bubble or s - or piddle

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out one little bitty, straight string of water. So if I reach over and grab the acc_,_lator knob and pull smartly upon it, that forces the water out through the system a lot faster and makes it more of a - more of a spray. So that's going to be our solution for the next one I hope. Maybe we'll get a decent spray. 036 01 37 26 CDR But this - this spray Just flat missed it. By the time I thought to go over and grab the accumulator knob and ya_ on it, the - the fire had burnt back to where it was out of the f out of the way of the spray. That's a shame. Doggone it. Okay, but anyway this one burnt very nicely, and when I got the water in the chamber with it it really flared up, as you will see in your - in your film. But the burning again, I thought, was about the same. I thought it was a perfect description when I said it looked like lava. That's what the orange flame looks like on this particular sample. It - it's boiling out, looks like lava. It - it - it's got bubbles popping from little lumps like thick lava popping, or molasses candy, or something like that, popping, at you. And it's throwing off little sparks each time it pops. 036 01 38 28 CDR Okay, this is the CDR going going to set up n,lm_er 22. off the line. I'm

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Okay, this is the CDR. M479 at 01:42 Zulu. I have inserted sample nl,mber 22, good old polyethel polyurethane. And I hope it's going to burn a ripsnorter for us. I should remark to you that l'm only giving you negative - only going to give you negative reports from now on on the condition of the samples because all the samples are in excellent condition. This particular one is in good condition with the exception of one of the electrode wires. The - the ceramics around it, is - is broken - is cracked and it's got a little V in it. But it looks to be in excellent condition. It's got - it's - it's fully there. There is nothing missing, so we're POWER is coming ON. in good shape. 0k_,

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By the way, it's taking a little longer to do these, because I have to take the camera pro-

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tection port, that little window, out every time and - and clean it off - wipe it with a towel so that we can see through it with a camera. SAMPLE I.D. We have a READY light. I'm d_,,_ing the houselights. 0kay, stand by 036 01 h3 19 CDR MARK. All right, we got a good flame, so l'm going to catch it early. Piddling again. There we go. There's the water, l'm lifting up on it. It's alsoseems to be stimulating the fire, making it much whiter and brighter and blue. Ckay, l'm turning the valve off. It did not quench the fire; it only made it go from the orange more toward the white, and pick-up a little tinge of blue around the outside. But it did not quench the fire. Okay, I better check the film, too. Dadgum accumulator's a pain in the neck. It's not doing its Job. All right, this says we're empty. I'm going to have to change the film after this one, but I do not have an END-OFFILM light. I'll go ahead and run it to END-OFFILM light. There we go. That's - good thing I did that, because there was only about 2 seconds more of film left. CDR going off the line. Next sa_ple will be 23.

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This is the CDR at 01:56 Zulu, M479. l've got sa_ple number 23 installed now. The accumulator has been recycled, l'm going to cycle it again Just to mBke sure. And closed. 0k_. POWER's ON; we got a SAMPLE I.D.; i0 seconds; and we have a READY light. Houselights are dimming. Let's hope this one works right. Stand by -

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CDR

MARK. Camera's running fine. We got good ignition, nice, yellow flame. Now it's fading out, going to blue. All right, we have blue working down. We Just had a flssh from your data camera. The blue's down about one-third now. The white and yellow flame is completely gone, _u_ the paper is enveloped. The burn - the burning part of it - the first third of it is enveloped in a blue haze of water -i mean of - of flame. All right, I'm quenching now. piddling here. It's going It's apparently at full spry. Just All

right -

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SPT

Okay. The limb volume measurements for the PLT follow. Left arm; they go from i to 21: 16.8, 16.3, 16.9, 17.8, 19.3, 22.1, 24.6, 25.4, 26.1, 26.3, 26.O, 24.8, 25.1, 25.8, 26.5, 27.0, 27.8, 28.0, 29.9, 31.1, 34.7. Okay. Left 20.9, 32.8, 40.7, Neck: 90.2. leg, positions i through 25: 21.0, 20.0, 22.4, 3024.8, 36.3, 28.5, 31.5, 33.8, 31.5, 31.8, 33.8, 34.3, 34.1, 34.6, 36.4, 43.8, 45.5, 47.3, 48.7, 49.7, 50.3, 51.6. 34.9. Inspiring chest: 97.8. Expired: Waist: 74.7. And hips: 91.7.

SPT

SPT

Going back to the SPT, the neck reading was not given; and that is 39.2. SPT out. Okay, this is the CDR at 02:30 Zulu. I am inserting sample number 25 into the chamber. This is the al,-,_uized Mylar, but with the accordian fold in it. Okay. B,_1_ead vent valve, and those chamber vent valves, and the chamber repress valves are all closed. The vacuum cleaner valve's closed. The hatch is down. POWER is ON. There's SAMPLE I.D. I've got 60 seconds; I don't believe 60's going to be right. Let's save film and go for 30, and if it lasts longer than 30 1 Just won't I won't hit the RESET switch. But I'm sure it's going to go quicker than even 30 seconds. Okay. We have a system READY light. Light's coming off. No quenching of any kind here ; Just watch her burn, I do believe. _e sure.

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SPT CDR

CDR

That's right. We're Just going to let - let these burn out completely. Okay. Here we go. Stand

by036 02 32 23 CDR MARK. Very, very fast fire. Very fast. And now it 's burning very slowly and yellow. It 's very hot and white and yellowish looking, and it quickly moved to the side and burned all along the side of the frame. And now it's - it's the last embers of it along the frame. And now I some pictures of the smoke that's patterns are Just really works of really gorgeous. With the zero g will give you left. The smoke art. They're and - and zero

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movement of the air, it's Just beautiful the way these things stay the way they do. Very, very fast burning. It was over - it was all over in in less than a second, I think, as you will see on your film. 036 02 33 22 CDR The residue is about the same. There's little bits of brown and gray residue caught in the smoke. But nothing any different this time than we've seen before as far - except that it Just burned much quicker. The corrugation really seemed to - to help it. I'm going to dump the chamber now, and going off the air for a few minutes. Sample number 26 is in place for M_79, and it's 02:37. Sample number 26, the nylon. And it looks like a hollow box with a fila - with a filament in it. Okay. The vent valves are closed. The chamber door is closed. The REPRESS valve is closed. POWER, ON. SAMPLE I.D. We're set at 30 seconds. I'll leave it there. The lights are going off. Okay. We have a system READY. And here we go. 036 02 37 21 CDR MARK. All right. We got ignition. We got a glow and a flash. And that was it. It completely pooped out. Now the smoke cnm_ng out from it looks like a butterfly. Let me give you a little picture of the smoke. There. Now I'm going to RESET, and we'll try another one. MARK. There it goes again. Now we got some flame this time. Is it going to support combustion? Yes. It's going to burn for a while. We got a big flame, not a big flame. It stuck out about 3/4 of an inch in a - in a very yellowish bubble. And then it - it faded, and now we have a yellowish blue glo - glow going. And the nylon is burning, and doing very nicely. It - The glow appears to be blue in close and moving through the whites out to yellow - to a white out to yellow at the outer side, and it's still - it's still going well past 30 seconds. Melting. Oh, this - this is nice. I guess that first nylon block was Just too thick and it extinguished itself. But this one seems

036 02 36 37

CDR

036 02 37 42

CDR

036 02 38 36

CDR

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to have a little more burning surface available, and it seem_ to be able to support its combustion now without smothering itself out. But as you can see with your camera - with your film, it's h_nging in there all the way now. Melting. OEay. We still have our same thing. Over - We have blue in close, and yellow out. And the further out, the yellower it gets. But it's not extendin_ out more than a q,_Arter of an inch, except over at one corner of the ignition wire. And that seems to be a special little spot where some of the burning is concentrating, and it's sort of a bright yellow or gold. So we have - still have combustion going on. We have better than a minute gone on elapsed time. This one's going to burn up your film. A very slow burner; however, knowing nylon, it's probably rather hot, and that - that melt, if it ever stuck to you, it would really hurt. 036 02 40 18 CDR Well, once you get nylon ignited, it'll go, but you - you really got to work to get it ignited, I see. Notice the pop. They're like - like bubbles - teardrops punching out and popping, and then going back in. That's really interesting. Now those - those teardrops are going out about an inch and a half - an inch to an inch and a half. Going in all directions. There doesn't seem to be any preferred orientation for those yellow-gold bubbles of flame that - that pop out. And they don't seem to burst; they Just - they Just stretch out and flash and then collapse. Now this of f_Im, This is is going to blow I do believe. amazing. a whole magazine full

_

CDR

CDR CIIR

Well, I don't see anything new and different happening, l'm going to kill the camera, and I'ii tell you how much time longer it burns. Stand by MARK. All right. I'ii tell you how much longer it burns doing the same sorts of things. Now, as I sit here and look at it, I see a - a big black bubble of - a wad of residue sitting on the two on the support out there. And it's Just popping

036 02 _2 37

CDR

3970
and snorting. And - A] ] right, it 's been going for an extra 30 seconds. It's still burning; still doing exactly the same thing as what the movie was doing, so if it starts something new, I've got it back to the READY now - If it starts something new, I'll start a new data take. I don't see any sense in wasting a lot of film on Just looking at the same stuff. CDR Since it's now a round glob, the - the blue flame, which stands up about a ql,avter of an inch, is all the way around it. And these yellow bubbles of fire are still blasting off in all directions. It's strictly random. Now they're picking up they seem to be a little bit more frequent now. We - I don't know, you might call these little pulsations because these bubbles did not break away from the - from the flame that's around there. And they Just kind of stick out like they're made out of rubber or something. Think I'll look at the chamber pressure, see what it looks like. It's up to nearly 6, so we got a psi of pressure in there. That thing is still urning. b An extra 2 minutes and 30 seconds so far. If I

CDR

036 02 45 05

CDR

give you bum dope with my watch, you can Just tell from this tape how much longer it's been. Did a time hack when I said mark. CDR 3 minutes have gone by now; still at it. See how much film is left on this cassette. 40 percent. We used nearly - Well, I guess we used about a half a roll of film on this one. It's really interesting. Okay. Because some of the puffs are getting bigger, I'm going to give you some data. It's very definitely changing its nature now. The blue halo is getting bigger. It's up to about a half inch now, and it's shooting off the - the big blobs of fire - much larger blobs now than before, as you can see on your data. Where was that? I guess that was at about 3-i/_ minutes or so; 3 minutes and l0 seconds when I finally turned it back on again.

036 02 46 25

CDR

3971

CDR

Now what's happening is that thing is blowing bubbles, and when the bubble bursts - it Just sends that Jet of fire. That's what is happening. _ne main residue - the _n blob there is blowing bubbles. And when the bubble bursts you get a a - a Jet of fire. I'm going to turn off the camera again. I wish I'd started my watch when this thing first started. I - You'll be able to tell from the tape how long it burned, but it's - I guess it's been about 6 minutes now, and it se_m_ to be still going strong.

036 02 47 59

CDR

CDR

Well, now I can't decide whether I can give you more data by stopping this and going on to some more samples, or by Just letting you watch this until it dies. But I'm going to - I'm going to take the bull by the horns and move on because there's different kinds of data available for us. So I'm going to terminate this one with a quench the vacuum quench. And we'll see what happens. It seems to - kind of excite it when you - Okay, excited it. It got more yellow. The blue started disappearing, and then finally it went out. I have a great mass of writhing, seething black liquid in there. It's bubbling and smoking away.

CDR 036 02 49 48 CDR

Okay.

This is

CDR going

off the line.

I'm going to let this cool and then prepare sample 27. This is the CDR at 02:54 Zulu. Putting sample 27 in the chamber. Vent valve's closed. REPRESS valve is closed. Cb-mber hatch is closed. POW_L_ is ON. SAMPLE I.D. l'm going to leave this at and I'ii go to 60 seconds. I have a READY light. Light 's going off. Data start Now. Okay, we have ignition; very orange. this piece of material has the same tendency kind of roll up on itself. It Just flipped and extinguished itself. Okay. l've turned the light. Let me give you a picture of it Now this is kind of what it did on the last that is, one corner got loose and it rolled This to over on now. one; up

026 02 54 07

CDR

036 02 54 3_

CDR

3972

on itself. And when it rolled up on itself, it put itself - dawned near put itself out. In this case, this - since there was no other support out there, this one folded over on itself. And as soon as it folded over on itself, it put itself out. The residue is the same as usual. The smoke is the same as it was before. Nothing too startling about this sample except the fact that it has this tendency to roll up or fold while it's burning. And this tendency is what helps it extinguish itself. 036 02 56 08 036 02 58 13 CDR CDR This is CDR going off the line.

Okay. This is the CDR at 02:58 Zulu, inserting specimen number 28, our old bright, colorful friend polyurethane foam. And - okay. The vent valves are Closed. CHAMBER PRESS valve is closed. Vacuum is closed. POWER for flammability is ON. SAMPLE I.D. 60 seconds. I'm going to drop this one back to 30 because I bet it'll go faster. We have our system READY. The lights are going off. And here it goes. MARK. Okay. Glowing bright flash of orange, and then it went and extended all the way out the end Just like before. We got pulsations - lots of pulsations and yellow flame - yellow and gold. This time, since there was no support out on the other end, it had to go out to the other end, burned all the way the length out to the other end, and then come back to this end to finish its thing. right, Lots of little it's out. sparks coming off. All

036 02 58 _9

CDR

CDR

Okay.

I'll give you a shot of the smoke.

The

little particles are Just little ash particles that look like pepper suspended in the smoke. Okay. Same general colors as before. A bright flash at the beginning, which I did not notice to be - the others to be quite that bright. A bright flash of white and ora - white and yellow, and then off she went. And it burned all the way to the other end like I described. 036 03 00 05 036 03 01 52 CDR CDR CDR going off the line for a moment.

Okay, the CDR at 03:02 Zulu. Sa-Tle number 29 is in the chamber. Vent valves are closed. CHAMBER

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REPRESS valve is closed. Cover's on tight. FLA_ILITY POWER is ON. SAMPT._ I.D. 30 seconds. We have a system READY. going off. Stand by 036 03 02 20 CDR It's good. Lights are

MARK. All right. This is the paper. We had a yellow glow, and then a - a flash. Now we h_ve a white to gold - the white to gold extended out about an inch, and then faded back to about a q,1-_ter of an inch. And now it's completely gone, and we have our usual blue flame, and it's moving in the same direction. We have some little orange sparks, that's the little particles that are seem to be floating away - migrating away. And they seem to be going away from the edges of the of the materiel. Lots of little tiny blue, orange sparks. A11 right, they've about finished. This time the - the paper looks like it may Jus_ nreaK free and drift. It's still yellow, but it's beginning to die, and you can see it's yellow and it's blue in patches now. I don - I didn't mean to say yellow, if I did back there a ways. You can see it's blue in patches, and those patches are very slowly dying out. Long lasting; very surprising. The unsupported flammability specimens seem to have more longevity in the burn than the supported specimens.

036 03 04 03

CDR

Okay. And l'm going to terminate now in order to save film. Give you a few frames of the smoke pattern, and you can see the residue in there. See how our film is coming along, l've got to quit here, and I think I'll _ust hang on until the film's gone. We have about 9 percent which is probably enough for one more specimen, and then l'm going to have to c-11 it quits. Got to get up early tomorrow and begin deactivation. l'm sure sorry that we weren't able to finish all of your getting - all of your specimens. This is really to be the interesting psmt. But -

036 03 06 20

CDR

Okay. Specimen number 30 is in the oven. The vent valves are closed. CHAMBER REP_S valve is going closed now. The hatch is closed. POWER is ON. SAMPLE I.D. 30 seconds. I have a system READY. The lights are going out. Stand by -

F_

397b

036 03 06 40

CDR

MARK the data. Okay. We got a nice ignition. Yellow fla - yellow flame, gold, I should say. Looks pretty much like the paper one did. It folded over Just like the neoprene-covered nylon, but this one is still hanging on. It's got a nice bubble of gray smoke about 4 inches in diameter. And finally, it is beginning to poop out. And we have an END-0F-FILM light. Okay. This particular sample Just lasted longer than the others, but it essentially did the same thing. It burnt itself away from the - the source of ignition. And what little pieces were next to each other kept on going, and once they burnt out, the fire Just did not propagate. And we end up with something like 5 percent of the material burned, while the rest of it is intact. And it folded back, in id - the identical same way that the neoprene-covered ny - nylon did earlier. Okay. This is the CDR. I'm terminating M479 at this time, having completed sample 30. 31, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 have not been completed, and I regret that. I do not think I'ii be able to get to them tomorrow. However, if time does permit, I will give it a try. I'm going to leave the system set up in hopes that an opportunity will present itself to finish. CDR out.

CDR

036 03 08 22

CDR

TIME SKIP

036 ii ii 53

SPT

SPT at 11:12. Out.

PRD readings:

_3025, 23572, 38738.

036 ll 12 03 SPT

TIME SKIP

036 12 04 44

SPT

SPT at 12:05 recording - re-recording the information on MIBI run yesterday. As best I can recall, my comments were, if anything, general. I felt very sleepy after the first level of acceleration. First level, I think I did pretty well on; I felt

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fairly sharp when I sat down in the chair and and it all seemed very obvious to me. Then I started - find myself, when I closed my eyes, start dozing off between each one of the runs. It was next to impossible. And then, soon as I had to open my eyes and look at the - look at the line, it took me a while to get myself all organised. Try as I might, there was no - no putting it off. 036 12 05 37 SPT So I think this was probably reflected in some of the later results, that is, of the second and third level. By the time we got up to the fourth and fifth, however, the rates were so high that I don't think I had too much problem detecting them, although there may have been an error or two in there. There was at - one time where Bill had to punch in - press in a left - or a right, and then he had to punch in four or five lefts Just to let you know that I really had changed my mind. I thought one and put up the other. And it wasn't I had changed my - it really wasn't that I had changed my mind about what I was seeing; I Just put up the wrong hand. It may have been the opposite, I don't recall. But the line never moved any way other than left to right. And I always I could feel that I was rotating at the hi_her level. 036 12 06 40 SPT SPT out. -

TIME

SKIP

036 12 3_ 43

SPT

SPT at 12:35. Height measurements; I believe that's M487-5. We didn't get them yesterday; we're going to get them this morning and this evening. This morning measurements are: for the CDR, 70-1/4; SPT is 70-3/4; PLT, 70-5/8.

O36 12 35 04 036 12 45 48

SPT SPT

SPT out. SPT at 12:47. MII0. Serial numbers for the blood sample vials: CDR, 31; SPT, 33; PLT, 76. That's 31, 33, 76. For the blood samples, serial n_mbers are: CDR, 132; SPT, 134; and PLT, 138. That's 132, 134, 138. The plasma is straw colored, all of them appearing about the same.

Zf--

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SPT

CDR's might be slightly darker, although not have quite as many bubbles. SPT out.

it does

036 12 46 52 036 12 5B 30 036 12 53 39

SPT SPT SPT

XUV MON taken on the VTR, day 036, at 12:53. SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

036 15 33 42

SPT

SPT at 15:34. Subject is pressure control unit and ALSA inspection. I shouldn't say the - strictly the PCU - and the SUS connector - SUS multipurpose connector with the gas lines, LCG, and c¢_i_ lines. Okay, I've taken it out, that is, the connector, and cannot notice any abnormmlities whatsoever. There was water Just about filling up the whole well in which the gas and two water connectors protrude, as well as in the - pit connectors for the electrical and c_mm. I looked at I've taken the three - the connectors on the composite disconnect and pushed in the - the three center disks, in order to make sure that they were spring loaded all the way out, and there appears to be no problem there. I could not see any marring or any real serious scratches on either the composite disconnect or the PCU connections. And I'm taking a look with a flashlight now. I cannot see any irregularities in the - the surface of the three connections, two water, one gas, in the PCU. Now the way in which the two surfaces mate together, the mating surfaces of the lock and so forth, I'll inspect right now. Okay, I can see no problem there. But let me go in and describe a little bit more of what did happen EVA. As I mentioned previously, the lock had come off because of the entanglement in the ropes in the clothesline, while I was working'at the FAS area. Okay, I'll have to describe this to you probably show you when I get back - the exact geometry of how the rope managed to open it where the - -

036 15 35 40

SPT

036 15 37 40

SPT

036 15 38 54

SPT

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CC ... for 14-1/2 minutes. We'll have a data/voice tape recorder dump and handover to Corpus Chris m** Okay, we have a - what amounts to a single point failure in the way in which the - ... we're scheduling a trim burn ...

036 15 39 _B

SPT

CC SPT

- - geometry is - of the lock and the - composite disconnect hinge - ... 180 seconds ... - - functions. ... RCS burn. And its purpose is to increase the lifetime of the workshop. The 180 second works out to delta-V of 12 feet per second, which is worth about ram, Okay, looking at the PCU from the wearer's standpoint. If a rope catches under the LIFT-TO-UNLOCK knob on the lower right-hand side and pulls up - ... to you over Vanguard this rev in about half an hour. It 'll be fairly ... - - and out, the lock is - ... but it does have some items in it ... - - spring loaded to the open position.

CC SPT CC

036 15 _0 53

SPT

CC

SPT CC SPT CC

... SPT in his after-lunch activities. So you might take a - a good, close look at it when it comes up. Over. The rope then - Roger, Bruce. And, Bruce, I've got one for you.

SPT CDR SPT CC SPT CDR

The rope also then - All right. I guess that's ...

- - pulls the - Okay. The ...

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036 15 hl 33

SPT

- - in the exact same direction, is able to pull the lock on the hinge open. Apparently, this is what had happened to me yesterday, or I should say the day before, on the EVA. The - lock was open, that's the LIFT-TO-UNLOCK knob - was rotated all the way counterclockwise, and the - -

CDR

... we have lithium chloride here and I can put a tracer in them if they want it. Okay. answer Stand by for a minute on that. it; we'll get you an

CC

036 15 42 l0

SPT

- - composite disconnect hinge, for lack of a better term. The handle was pulled out, but it was not rotated any more than maybe 5 degrees where there is a small stop there. In other words, when I looked down and saw it, all I had to do was essentially push the knob - or push the hinge back in and lock the knob. It had not started, as far as I could tell, to start to move the composite disconnect away from the PCU. But again it was EVA and whether it came out and then got pushed back in or - that is, whether the hinge came out and then got pushed back over again while I was working in there, that's a possibility. If that did happen and water comes out and _mmediately freezes, then you have a potential for an open which perhaps could not be closed by securing the composite disconnect the way it's meant to be. That will have to - you'll have to work that one out. The ice which I saw come out was right around the hinge of the composite disconnect lock, if you will, down there at the base between the REG 2 nc_enclature, and the EVA HIGH FLOW nomenclature as well as some out the front which I could not actually see.

036 15 _2 56

SPT

036 15 _3 _6

SPT

SPT out.

TIME SKIP 036 16 l0 59 PLT This is the PLT at 16:10. We Just had a stateside pass down the west coast and into South America. Charlie X-ray 61, a magazine of 35-millimetered

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film, I used to get the Sierra Madre Occidental and various and sundry targets or sites down the west coast of U.S., Mexl_eo, and South America. 036 16 II 26 036 16 16 43 PLT PLT PLT out. This is PLT, information for the Marshall people on their photographs. I've taken - I used the UV closeup fixture and took closeups of the film platens - S190 film platens in the order - and there was no problem on this because the numbers are in the frame: 3, 2, i, 4, 5, 6. And it's the same order for the pictures of the lenses. And they will need that information because no numbers appear in the - in the photographs. I used the - the flash attachment, held out to the side and angled it in, so that I would not get too many highlights. 036 16 17 15 PLT PLT PLT out. Okay, so we can make sure you understand, the order of photographs of the lenses was: 3, 2, l, 4, 5,6. PLT out.

036 16 17 28

PLT

TIME

SKIP

036 17 39 26

PLT

This is PLT. The time is 17:40. Just completed the carbon monoxide monitor. When I got the little test unit, it was already a very light pale green which corresponds to the 25 on the color comparison scale. And so I went - It was the only one there. I went ahead and used it anyway. It was not indicating zero, is what I'm saying. I withdrew the plunger as per decal procedure and there was no change over a 2-minute period; it was still reading a sort of 25 scale. PLT out. PLT, t_me is 17:57. Reporting a series of photographs taken near South Georgia Island out to the east of the southern tip of South America. Several photographs, some 55- some 300-millimeter lenses

036 17 40 02 036 17 57 23

PLT PLT

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of South Georgia Island, a large ice island near South Georgia Island, a bunch of icebergs with cloud wakes over the icebergs, and a couple of sort of gash-type photography shots of moonrise. 036 17 57 56 036 18 00 42 PLT PLT PLT out. That's Charlie X-ray 63 is the magazine.

PLT reporting the height measurements on the SPT and the PLT, a.m. of day 36, made Just after breakfast. SPT, 70.75 inches; PLT, 70-5/8. PLT out.

036 18 01 01

PLT

TIME

SKIP

036 19 17 56

PLT

PLT; 19:18, reporting handheld photographs. Charlie X-ray 63 is the magazine and frames 19 through 23 Let's call it 18 through 23. Pictures of cloud patterns which have been specified as - to be of interest - subjects of interest. Open and closed B_nard cells in adjacent areas and in general Just sort of interesting cloud features. PLT out. PLT; I want to get something on tape before I forget it. Time is 19:32. About 19:26 and then later, about 19:27, I saw a very heavy trace of what appeared to be the Falkland Current. It is to the west of South Georgia Island and it runs north-south. I 'm going to have to look at the map here to get it straight hut I have IR photographs and also color exterior photographs of that branch of what appeared to be a branch of the Falkland Current. PLT out. The PLT with information on the SPT's M092 run. Time start, for }4151 purposes, 19:35. Legbands, Charlie Juliett and Alfa Quebec. And the measurements were 13-1/2 on the left leg and 13-1/8 on the right leg. Completion time was 20:30. Data on the MI71 run: N 2 , H20 was 1126. CAL N2, 02, C02 was 805, CAL CABIN AIR PRESSURE, 5001 ;

036 19 18 30 036 19 32 20

PLT PLT

036 19 32 _9 036 19 39 27

PLT PLT

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CABIN AIR PERCENT 02, 66.79 ; PERC_T

H20, 3._3;

PERCEHT C02, 2.13; VITAL CAPACITY, 5.7_9, 5.635, 5.659. 036 19 _0 28 PLT PLT out.

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DAY 037 (AM) 3983

037 00 16 51 037 00 17 01

SPT SPT

SPT at day 037 at 00:16 SPT out.

on XUV monitor.

TIME

SKIP

037 02 58 54

CDR

This is the CDR at 03:58 [sic] Zulu. Subject is M_79. And I'm going to try to whiz off a few more samples here before I go to bed. I think my conscience would bother me if I didn't try to do Just a little bit more on this one. I have sample number 31 in the c_=_er at this time. The chamber is sealed; the REPRESS valve is CLOSED; the vent valves are closed. POWER in ON, SAMPLE I.D., 30 SECONDS. We have a system READY light. We're killing the lights. And here we go with a MARK. Okay, we got a blossom and a - a flare, and it's burning on one side. Now it's burning through to the other side. It started out orange, went out about an inch to an inch and a half in sort of a flash, and now it's settled down and worked its way through to the other side. And now it appears to be burning toward the end in a -n_form, low, blue flame. The blue flame looks like it probably doesn't extend more than - a - a quarter of an inch above the paper itself. And it's burning very, very slowly. Occasionally we get a little spark or two. We're getting a little pulsation from the blue, and it stopped. It transferred over from one sheet to the other, oh, I would say within i or 2 seconds of the time that the ignition started. And now we have a little pulsation that looks like it's getting ready to go out. It's now burning along the sides, and the center part is not burning at all. I have to say it's Just glowing. The top side looks like it's trying to go out. Very - very poor combustion, I guess. It's Just more or less not smoldering, but Just glowing

037 02 59 33

CDR CDR

....

CDR

037 03 00 48

CDR

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very, very dimly; no c_ange. Looks like it's gotten its second wind now. And all the blue flame on the side I can see has Joined up again, And it's still moving its way very slowly down the paper. CDR Okay. I th_nk we've seen enough of this. l'm going to terminate since to the shortness of time and the fact that this really isn't ma_ing any headway. We got occasional pulsation of about roughly 2 pulses per second, then it stops. You can see the paper is almost f1111y consumed. Let me give you a couple of frames in the floodlight here; lot of smoke. The paper is brown, charred, almost burnt completely to the far end. Okay, l'm going to vent now. And when we vented, we got a flare up again. It it - glowed. The - the blue increased and I got a little bit of orange out at the end, and then it all blew out. But it seems that the initial onrush toward the vent must bring some air that's got nitro - got oxygen in it from other parts of the cb-mber, brings it by the sample and causes it to flare up. Okay. I think the next time, I'ii - I'ii hit the vent while it's still dark, and you can see what happens. CDR out. This is the CDR on sample number 31. We've taken it out now and looked at it. And the sample's got got quite a bit of body left in it, quite a bit of strength. So it's not completely consumed at all. And you can see how very slowly it was running. Now this looks like the very same. I don't quite understand what the difference is between all these different papers. distance between them? CDR Is there a different l

037 03 02 03

CDR

CDR

037 03 02 38 037 03 03 48

CDR CDR

CDR

Valves are closed. REPRESS valve is CLOSED and chamber's locked; POWER's coming ON. SAMPLE I.D., 30 SECONDS. I guess I'ii d-urn bum_ it up to 60 since this one's so short. We have a system, READY. Lights are going out. Stand by-

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037 03 04 51 •

CDR

MARK. Glow, Just exactly the same; a yellow glow amd then sort of a pop as the paper takes - takes fire. And then the yellow glow fades out, and we end up with a blue glow around the paper, aSaln standing up only about i/_ of an inch. The flame _-,,edlately transferred to the other sheet. There was no delay the other sheet. See the little Yes. _lmost in the flame Jumping over to

CDR

CDR PLT CDR

sparks

coming

out there? there. - those cn_ng

looks

like an extension

Every once in a while you get those little are Just - I am sure Just little particles off that are hot. Okay, that's the end of the data take.

037 03 05 _9

CDR CDR

This - this piece of paper is - or this sample is acting exactly the same as the other one. It's now split into two separate burning areas, one above and one below. And I would presume that as it gets a little further down, it will rejoin again. l'm going to go ahead and quench it with the vacuum so you can see how it glows up. You see as it Weird. Very weird. Okay. Now I'ii hit the RESET. Give you a few frames of what it looks like in the light. And How many more Five. Okay, I'm putting in sample number 33 now. I see what the difference is. You're increasing the gap on every sample. So far it's managed to JUmp the gap =Im_st _--,ediately. Let's see what it does on this one. do you have to go?

037 03 06 12

CDR

CDR PLT CDR

PLT CDR 037 03 08 02 CDR

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037 03 08 19

CDR

Okay, the VENTs are closed. The hatch is going closed now. This is sample number 33. CHAMBER REPRESS is CLOSED. POWER's ON_ SAMPLE I.D., 60 SECONDS. I have a system READY light. Lights are going out. And here we go with a start. Same sort of ignition; 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. There it finally came across, about 8 seconds. Pretty much incomplete combustion though. It really requires the oxygen and it's Just not getting it, I guess. I don't know what those flashes are. They - that sure doesn't ma_e a whole lot of sense. I don't know what it is. But we saw that flash on the last sample, and we're seeing it on this. We're seeing a little pulsation now. Again it's about 2 per second 2 cycles per second, when it does pulsate. End of the data take. Yes, it must be a pretty hot flame because the the wire frame is glowing red hot on one side there. Okay, I think we've given you enough data. Oh, wait a minute. I wanted to show you what it looked like. Okay, now I want to quench it for you. Beautiful blue flame, and it's out. Stopping the data. light. Okay. Closing the VENTs. I have a sample 34 now. It's also in excellent condition. I see you're back to a closer distance and you've got your ignitionwire through both of thamthis time. Closing the hatch. This is sample number 34. VENTs are closed, REPROS is CLOSED, the hatch is closed. POWER's coming ON. SAMPLE I.D. Okay. We have a systam, READY. Lights are going out. Give you a few frames in the

CDR 037 03 08 53 CDR CDR

037 03 09 40

CDR CDR

CDR

037 03 I0 2h 037 03 i0 33 037 03 i0 38

CDR CDR CDR

037 03 i0 48 037 03 12 02

CDR CDR

CDR

3987

037 03 12 51

CDR

MARE. Okay. It's a little different kind of ignition. _he ignition wire did all the glowing and we never did get the bright, orange puff that we got when the ignition wire was going in the other direction. A little different way of igniting. We've settled down to the lowlow, blue glow though. It's already starting to pulsate. Same low, blue fire though. Only about 1/4 of an inch at the most, 3/16 up from the paper; occasional pulsing, 2 to 3 cycles per second, I would say. Now I see a little faster, a little more pulsation on this one; 3 pulses per second, I would guess, or maybe even four. Okay, ccmes the quench. That - that - that's the CHAMBEN valve coming OPEN, that you see the first flash. The second flash is when the bulkhead valve goes OPEN. And that beautiful blue cloud that's around it is really s_nething.

CDR

037 03 14 25

CDR

Okay, data stop. l'm going to give you a few frames of what this one looks like. CLOSE the VENT valves, in a minute. OPEN the REPRESS. Be back

037 03 14 32

CDR

037 03 15 57

CDR

Okay, sample number 35 in M479 is in the oven. The VENTs are closed, the hatch is closed, the REPRESS valve is CLOSED, POWER is ON. SAMPLE I.D. System is READY. Lights are going out. And the MARK. Okay, tion on this same thing. The same sort of ignione as on the last one. Not much

037 03 16 14

CDR

glow from the paper, mostly from the igniter, and then the blue light starts. So far l'm hard pressed to see much difference between the two. I can see the blue frame crossing between or bridging the gap between the two. 037 03 16 44 CDR the two

Now we got our pulsation. It seems to be a slower pulsation with the - with the wider gap. Now the the pulsation on a single piece of paper is about the same, i or 2 per second. But the pulsation between the papers is much slower; I would say, a second apart. Now we have no pulsation at the moment; everything is - is smooth and we Just had the data light.

3988

CDR

Okay, I am going to quench. I also don't want to run out of film before I finish this thing, because I don't have time to hook up another film. We're on our third load of DAC film now; second C_lie X-ray, and the first would be Romeo. There's the quench. Now that was not quite as much blue to that one. There was more orange with a blue center. That was very striking looking. I got a hunch we're not going to have enough f_]m to finish the Job here. Two s--T_les left and about 30 percent of the film. We' ii see. I 'ii be a little bit more sparing with my Going off the air for a mluute. Okay, we're down in the home stretch. Sample number 36 is in. This is the one with the ignition wire in the center of one piece of paper; rather interesting little thing here. All right, the POWER's ON; we got a SAMPLE I.D., the VENTs are closed; REPRESS is CLOSED. We have a system, READY. I think I'ii give you a little more SAMPLE I.D. I don't think I gave you enough here. There. Now we have a system READY. The lights are off. Here goes the fire. MARK. 0kay, I can't see much, but I do see a I see a bubble of gray smoke formed up and I see some - some orange flare. And now I don't see anything. It's gone out, I do believe. No, I see some blue glow. I really have to shade my eyes. I think we got enough film to give you your 60 seconds. I think it - it's gone out. Now, it 's glowing - it 's glowing. But it most certainly hasn't transferred to the other one yet, as best I can tell. Okay, that was quite a flash. And that wasn't the data flash, I don't think. No, it wasn't; another flash.

037 03 17 37

CDR

CDR

037 03 18 17 037 03 19 30

CDR CDR

037 03 20 03

CDR

037 03 20 58

CDR

Now it finally got through. Finally m-de it through. There's• your data flash. That was very interesting. Okay, if you want any more data, we're going to have to quit here. There's what it looks like; let's see how much film we got left. Oh, boy, 5 percent. We really shot our wad on that one. Okay.

3989

037 03 21 28

CDR

1'11 go ahead and open the - the valves. tiful blue glow again on the quench. Okay, going off the air for a -

A beau-

037 03 21 _8 037 03 23 01

CDR CDR

Okay, sample 37 is in. I'm closing The VENTs are closed; REPaiRS valve

the hateh. is CLOSZD;

POWER is ON; SAMPLE I.D. Better make it a 30°second. Course, that's not going to make it go any quicker. I have a READY light. I'll - I assume we're going to run out of film here, and I'll try to give you a good verbal description of what's going on. Stand by 037 03 23 36 CDR MARK. We started at 15 seconds before the hour. Okay, bright glow from the - the filament_ now a low orange glow from the paper. I don't see much of anything, but I do see the reflection of a glow out the other side of the paper. I have an end of film light, so that's the end of film. I'll Just give you a verbal description of what's going on here. 30 seconds on your data is up. Starting Itto flash. Hasn't gotten through yet.

037 03 2_ 00

CDR

CDR

037 03 24 27

CDR

There it goes; it's Just through now. That's 50 seconds - 50 seconds it took to get through. It got through at the end closest to the holder. Now it Just got through at the end farthest - fr from the holder. And now there the wor - there's three corners all expanding on the unburned side. It's trying - expand/ng toward each other, trying to Join up.

037 03 2h 37

CDR

037 03 2_ 49

CDR

Now we we got pulsation. It's about the 2-cycleper-second pulsation on the same side of the paper. No pulsation across the paper yet. There was one; there' s another one. There' s another one - very slow. It's about Okay, a second per pulse. that's probably about it.

CDR CIIR

I think

f_

3990

037 03 25 20

CDR

Okay, I - I'm sorry we couldn't do a little bit more - a little slower Job of getting your data for you here at the end. But I figured that even rapid data like this is better than no data at all, and at least you're getting filmed data, And - I looked at your samples. I knew they'd be interesting to you and I - so I felt that I Just had to get tMis stuff done, and I did the whole thing in about 26 m_uutes. Really cut you short, I think. But, I think it's - it's a good thing that I did do it even if I did have to abbreviate it. Okay this is the CDR terminating M_79 operations. And we finished all samples now. And I hope that the little data we got here at the end will fill in your - your picture pretty well. CDR out.

CDR

037 03 26 23

CDR

TIME

SKIP

037 ii 25 00

SPT

SPT at 11:25. M133 log: day 037, 9.7 hours, remarks number 4. And also medication. I took one pro - pro/eph night. 4 hours before retiring last

037 ii 25 25 037 ii 25 36

SPT SPT

SPT out. SPT back in again with the friendly 43031, 23579, 38747. Out. PRD readings:

037 ii 25 45

SPT

TIME

SKIP

037 15 08 33

SPT

SPT, day 037, 15:00 and 08 minutes. mation on the XUVMONITOR. SPT out.

VTR infor-

037 15 08 45

SPT

TIME

SKIP

3991

037 15 36 12

PLT

PLT. Time is 15:35; reporting on the handheld photographs. This is on day 037; the time was about 02:30. I took a swath down across the Himalayas, Rangoon, BurmA, Indochina, Siam, Java. And I was taking pictures and the - the film advance - aw, that doggone m-_zine now; I forg?t which one it was. The film kept advancing at 72; I'm afraid I didn't get a thing. Then I loaded Charlie X-ray 58, and at two - about 02:30, I took quite a few pictures of Australia and some of the Chatham Islands, about one - frames 1 through 28. At zero - that's at 13:10 to 13:25 1 took frames 33 through 57. And this was a stateside pass, a low Sun angle. Got - I started taking pictures in the - the Sierras east of Los Angeles and continued right on down through about Lima, Peru and the handheld area along in there - in Chile, various exposures. I changed the speed sometimes because of low light level. I got some more of the Sierra Madre Occidental. I got a lot of Just pan shots of the western U.S., low Sun angle stuff. Then I got more of the Mexican coast, Central America; I missed the volcano area, but I got one good 300 millimeter of the of a volcano, and that was a Charlie X-ray 63. And it was about frame 2, I think - i or 2, in that one.

037 15 37 O0

PLT

037 15 38 06

PLT

And then continued on down, took some pictures out of Charlie X-ray 63 of plains of Nazca at a oh, must have been a fairly good distance, about a 30-degree angle. And I got some more - I got some - That was a Charlie X-ray 63. Charlie X-ray 63 is now reading six frames, so I took about five frames of it. So I Just sort of lost control there. But in Charlie - in Charlie X-ray 58, there is a qua - there is a fairly good number of 35-millimeter shots of - starting from Los Angeles down to south of Lima, Peru.

037 15 38 50

PLT

PLT out.

TIME

SKIP

3992
037 16 47 55 PLT This is the PLT - the time is 16:45 - with data on the CDR's M092 and MITI runs. the

_.

PLT

Start time on the M092 was 13:40. End time was 14:40. Legbands were Charlie Sierra and Alfa Quebec. The leg measurements were 12-1/2 and 12-5/8. Now for the MI71 data: CAL N2, 02, C02, 5.174.

798; CAL N2, H20 , 1119. CABIN AIR: PERCENT were PERCENT

CABIN PRESSURE, PERCENT

02, 67.8; VITAL

H20 , 3.81;

C02, 2.09.

CAPACITY

measurements 02, 66.93. C02,

5.480,

5.300, and 5.332. PERCENT

PERCENT

CAL - CABIN AIR: 2.15. 037 16 49 34 PLT PLT out.

H2G, 4.61; PERCENT

TIME

SKIP

037 17 i0 15

PLT

This is PLT. The time is 17:10; reporting handheld photographs, the current - ocean current near South Georgia Island. This is a - a fairly active current with a considerable blooming associated with it. Now I rec - I reported this yesterday as a north-south; and I think that's not right. There are so many eddies and everything associated with it, but the current appears to be a general east-west trending current. However, there is a very strong loop or eddy that was to the west of South Georgia Island and it was in a - it was Just - ran in a general northwest-southeasterly direction. I have taken a series of photographs in Charlie X-ray 63 magazine. In fact, I took i0 through 22 and there are two large ice islands io - located near South Georgia plus numerous very small icebergs to the - to the south and to the east of South Georgia Island. Now I took two photographs with the 300-millimeter lens. They 're all the rest of them were with the 55, to try to cover the area and to try to record the color of this current. It was Forel 7 to 8 in general, but therets a lot of olive in it too. The darker green almost very difficult to distinguish from the normal color of the ocean surface.

037 17 ii 45

PLT

3993

But this was very impressive. It was as impressive as the first time I saw the Falkland Current. So this is - There's an awful lot of pl_n_ton blooming, apparently, associated with this current, which rims generally to the north of South Georgia llAamd. But there is one loop of it that goes down to the south, and it's because there's probably a side there -you know, maybe a secondary circulation of some kind. PLT And it runs in a general northwest - north-south direction to the west of South Georgia Island. PLT out.

037 17 12 22

PLT

TIME

SKIP

037 20 29 16

SPT

SPT at 20:39 Ject. CABIN

[sic], MITI

data for the PLT as sub-

CAL N2, 02, C02, 790; CAL N2, H20 , 1116; PRESSURE, PERCENT 5.114. CABIN AIR: PERCE_T C02, 2.20; 02, VITAL

_

68.60;

H20 , 2.61;

PERCENT

CAPACITY, 5.557, 5.641, and 6.111. PLT is going to do some instr_nented exercise. He's going to give you the composition of the cabin air at the conclusion. For H092, the - both legs were 15 even. Left legband is Charlie Juliett, right legband is Alfa Quebec. And we also gave you at the end - this was a venous compliance as we also did the morning one, with the CDR as the subject. So the past - You got venous compliance on all three crewmen in the past few days. That's as per the general message Just sent up on the subject with the protocol starting at 10:30. 037 20 30 13 SPT SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

037 21 07 08

PLT

This is the PLT at 21:07 with the last three parameters for the MITI instrumented exercise on the

3994

PLT. PERCENT 02, 66.19; PERCENT H20, 4.89; PERCENT C02, 2.24. CDR this morning; 037 21 07 35 037 21 i0 47 PLT SPT PLT out. SPT at 21:11. Times for MISI remaining - We started at 18:45 ... We looked at venous compliance ... Venous compliance was run on the afternoon. and also on PLT this

MiT1.
037 21 ll 17 SPT SPT out.

TIME

SKIP

037 21 35 07

SPT

SPT; day 37 at 21:35; XUV MONITOR integration for the VTR and also a quick look at H-ALPHA l, and H-ALPHA 2, which had drifted off band. SPT out.

037 21 35 18

SPT

###

f_ DAY 038 (AM)

3995

038 09 19 36

SPT

43050, 23585, 38756. So this is the reading for the PRDs yesterday. I figure maybe the CRDs - or the CDR's were really &3037. The l's and the 7's are very hard to tell apart here. So a correction on yesterday; I'm pretty sure that was probably a 7. That would give us a little more even - more like 12 or so each night's increments, rather than what it showed yesterday. So yesterday's was 43037. Out.

038 09 20 18

SPT

###

DAY 039 (CSM)

3997

039 01 hl 22

CC

Skylab, we're a minute from LOS. The next station is Bermuda in about 35 minutes, 02:17. And for the maroon team, this is our last SPT at I0:42 [sic]. PRD readings: _3053, 23592,

039 01 h2 07

SPT

38765.
039 01 h2 15 SPT Out.

039 01 56 28

SPT

SPT on day 039. At 01:55, XUV MONITOR integration; I had a look at the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH. Probably be the last one.

039 01 56 52

SPT

SPT out. TIME S;_rP

__ _G

039 i0 23 12

PLT

Yes, that's dure within Yes. Dock

- that's a little contingency the contingency procedures.

proce-

CDR
f -

PLT 039 l0 23 20 CC

ring sep zero

[?] and undock

PROBE

RETRACT. data

PLT, Houston. We're not copying any biomed of you. You might check your suit plugs. Roger. Okay, let's get back to the procedures here,

PLT CDR SPT

then.

Okay, I'll read this to you again. _ mode's going to go to NORMAL at 79:30. I hit the EXTEND RELEASE, and you tell me when we're coming off. And then I'll come off of the switch. Okay. Hold it no longer than 20 seconds. And we should get off at around 0.h feet per second. Go to RETRACT then back OFF. Record the Delta-V C and

CDR SPT

EMS OFF/STANDBY. Okay, and then you got these things You're looking for as you come out.

3998
039 i0 24 14 CDR Delta-V C won't be worth a nickel because it's got

that bias going. Solet's let's start counting very SPT

- soon as I hit NORMAL, slowly.

Well, as soon as you move out - it's - you know, if you get it right away, then you hit it. Yes. Okay, you got these things you're looking for. First of all is the checks on how fast you're coming off. And that's 3 degrees from the docking port at 200 feet per second. Right. And the second is when you do get out to 1 - One point - 1.3. Then Just before you get there, you ought to start the DAC and then you get ready to shoot something. Yes. Plus X for 2-1/2 seconds and minus Z up for 1-1/2 seconds. Then turn the spotlight on. Let's see; are we going to be in sunlight at the time? We should be. I don't think they want us getting off in the dark. Then we'll be in sunlight over Bermuda. What time is sunrise? About 15:50 I can see a little light, I don't know if it's from our li - our spotlight or what. 15:52. Well, you can find out quick enough. off the spotlight for a second. Yes, it was our spotlight. I got - I've got some light on m_ panel. No, there's the horizon up there. It's getting bright. Let's turn Okay.

SPT

CDR SPT CDR SPT

CDR SPT

CDR

SPT CDR SPT PLT

SPT CDR

PLT 035 l0 25 55 CDR

3999

SPT

Okay, Jer, now after we do the flyaround, then we do the sep. Okay. About 16:56. Let's see; what time is the shaping burn? an hour That's after that. about an hour after undocking. we've got

CDR SPT CDR SPT

After undoclking; that's right because a good burn and moving along. Okay. Got our burn cue card all there? 7-1/2 minutes, And we troopses.

CDR SPT CDR 039 l0 26 36 039 l0 B7 16 039 l0 37 21 F PLT/SPT CDR CDR CDR SIT CDR

... away.

I'll wait. Okay, we're at the right roll. About what time we supposedto get out there? Yes. We hit - we hit 3 degrees at what timeproper time you said? No, we're a little - a little early, Jer. Okay. When we get out to l.S, Jer, you want to thrust plus X for 2-1/2 seconds then you'll get on 0.5 feet per second. A]I right, we're there. at the

SPT CDR SPT

039 i0 38 30

CDR SPT

Okay. And thrust minus Z, that's up for l-l/2 seconds. I don't know whether you have or not. 1-1/2. Just made a one spot from here, Jer.

CDR SPT

Okay, it's all eyeball

b.O00

CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 i0 39 12 CDR

Okay. Looks like a good distance, those panels degrees? in view.

All right; what's

the SWS, 8-1/2

Okay, if you want to be out that - ? Yes, I like this distance right here, if we can keep it. Okay. What are you looking at for the - for the diameter - Looking at about 8 degrees. 8 degrees. That puts you at around 185 feet 180 feet. That's good. Was a good h_ne. Holy going It's burn Moses, I've used half the film A1_eady. I'm to cut it down to two frames per second. ridiculous. Geez, that thing will really that up. I wonder why they wanted -

8PT

CDR SPT

039 l0 39 52 039 l0 _0 20

PLT CDR

SPT

Hey, there's a good - Now we'Te starting to get sc_e good geometry. I'll start it again in a minute. Can you picture guys climbing side of that thing? Yes, and we got pictures around on the out-

CDR 039 l0 hl 01 SPT

CDR PLT SPT CDR SPT PLT CDR

to prove

it.

Boy, look at the TACS fire l Sure - that's - That 's us. That's us. Well, the TACS is firing too. Oh, yes. Fired one blast.

II.001

SPT

I think the time you want some of that DAC film is when you're flying over it, Jer, and you have to thrust towards it - for attitude corrections. I'll give you a range anytime you need it, Jer, but I think you've got the eyeball pretty well. Range quite Boy, is looking good. a ways out. that ball turns We're 7 degrees; we're

SPT

039 lO 41 50

CDR

SPT CDR CDR

around.

Okay. This thing is not - it's running at 24; that's what it's doing. Aw, beck' Wouldn't you know this DAC would act up. l'd Just give it a burst now and then.

039 i0 h2 19

SPT SPT

I wonder if they're actually going to be able to see that pole that we put up? The boom? How's our time?

SPT CDR 039 i0 42 50 SFT

8 minutes, so far. 8 minutes, yes. And you've got - I guess you could move along a little faster if you'd like, Jer. You ought to be around at the back of it ready to thrust at 16:24. It's 07 now. Look at that one white spot in that - -

SPT PLT SPT CDR

Yes, I was noticing - - twin fold - -

that,

I got a picture of that with a Nikon too. like that fold has opened up. Yes. i wonder when the heck it opened.

Looks

PLT 039 i0 43 43 039 i0 53 58 SPT CC

*** we're i minute frca LOS; next is through Carnarvon in 24minutes 16:41. See you there.

station contact at 16:41,

40O2

CDR 039 i0 5_ 13 CDR

Roger.

See you there. start looking at sep burn information

Okay, let's
now.

SPT CDR

Okay. We got P30 mode. into P41, right? And Ali I've got to do is get

SPT

Okay. Yes, when you get over to the attitude, you want to go CMC to MODE, AUTO and align the GDC to IMU. Changes art .... GDC counting up. Then do a P41. Been a real useful machine, Crip. we're the last guys to use it. Hate to think

039 i0 54 54

SPT

CC

Yes, yes. Well, it certainly - certainly did a good Job, served its purpose. Along with some real fine guys running it for us up there. We appreciate all the good work. That's the whole NASA team that did that. and

SPT SPT

Okay, old Jer, you got to get in ATTITUDE then CMC, AUTO. All right. We Got about 30 degrees of pitch

CDR 039 l0 55 55 CDR SPT CDR CDR 039 i0 56 01 SPT CDR

to go.

only got, what

- 4 minutes

left to go?

Yes. So we'd better hustle. do the P30 part.

All right, let's Okay. Mode P30.

Okay. Actually, let's don't -]_eady - Well, we could All right, 16 :2_:08. let's hustle

do it because

we

SPT CDR

through

it.

SPT

mght.

CDR SPT CDR SP_ CDR SPT

Minus Right. Okay;

49. Go ahead. now better calculate.

VERB 48. Is that %rrong? %_aat'd you get there? in back of it, Jer,

You don't have to be right to make that burn. All right. Start with the attitude. We're Just about there. again? The attitude is 180, 129,

CDR 039 i0 56 33 SPT CDR

What is the attitude

SPT CDR

and i. Is that

All right: we'll do a VERB 49 to it. what it calls for? You go CMG AUTO when you get there. GDC to IMU. What ' the pitch? s 129. All right. That'd be a good sh - .

SPT

Ali_ment

CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 l0 56 59 PLT

I want to get a shot Just to the horizon. Okay, Okay. 0kay. Okay. Okay. Got the -

as it comes up there

CDR SPT CDR CDR 039 l0 58 03 SPT

here we are at the right CMC, AUTO. Alignment

attitude.

GDC to IMU.

4o04

CDR SPT

Next. Okay, VERB 48. VERB 48. Load for translation. That's a lll02. And Okay, you done P30, SEP, and P41. get that going first? Bypass, SWS thrust minus X. Okay, let's get this DET set. Okay. How much time to go? At 24:08. Coming up on 23:08. it for 1 - 1 minute, 59. All right, there's 59. Okay, and 08. Okay. I'ii give you a countdown MARK. Okay. P41, bypass Got it. maneuver, you got it? Okay? to it. 4, 3, 2, i Why don't you set that next ... is good. Why don't you in window,

CDR SPT CDR SPT

039 l0 58 52

CDR SPT CDR SPT

039 i0 59 06

SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

Uh-huh. the amount of

So now you add to this burn time. Right. Okay. 16:24, 1 minute.

CDR SPT SPT

0k_. Oh -

That burn doesn't go to PO0 after that. We'll worry about that when we get done. Now that - Let me check the attitude: and 1. That's right.

CDR

180, 129,

SPT

4OO5

CDR

All right, l've got 177, 129, and B. too bad ....

That's not

CDR

Okay, I've got TRANS CONTROL POWER, CMC, AUTO; we're armed. Might see how everything looks - Okay. - - all along. ... we're down a little bit. 5, 4, 3, 2, iMARK it. Okay, ... around a bit.

SPT CDR SPT CDR 039 ll 00 07 CDR SPT 039 ll 00 36 CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 ll 00 h7 CDR SPT 039 ll 00 51 CDR SPT

Okay, null them out. Okay; minus 2, plus 2, andOkay. PRO. Okay, POWER, OFF. Okay, it's OFF. RHC power DIRECT nnmher 2, OFF. DIRECT 2 is OFF. Okay, wait until our COMP ACTIVITY light is out. If it is, we've got to give it P00 first. Now it's out. Okay. VERB 66. Okay, there you go, you old rascal. Disappearing into the distance! Why did this thing have to go at 24? Well, - Ready for PRO? plus 1.

039 ll 01 04

CDR SPT CDR PLT CDR SPT

h0o6
CDR This has been a beautiful camera the whole trip, and then we put it in here and it goes bananas on us. I've got it at 2 and it's running at 2h. You can run it at times. Well, I hope they can do something with those DACs to get them sorted out. They've been giving us trouble ever since - you know - Okay, you want to load P307 thing up on the docket here. AI] right, let's do it. P-SO. Okay, NOUN 33 at 16:56 That's the next

SPT PLT

039 ii 01 5_

SPT

CDR SPT

Get it in here, and 55 even. 16:56:55.00.

CDR SPT CDR SPT

L'o

That's Okay.

right.

NOUN 81, minus 270.1, O, plus 70.0 - I'm sorry, 70.1. Soon as I said it I knew it was wrong. Okay, that 's good. Minus 270.1, O, and plus 70.1. Right. Okay.

CDR SPY 039 ll 02 53 SPY

Okay_ got that loaded, and you can set the DET counting up. Shaping burn. 16:56:55. And now - Okay, we're burning down to a 233 by 97.

CDR SPY

Okay, we're c_ng up to a- say, we're 29 minutes m_ay from the burn. That should be reading 31. And that ought to about do it. Well, you might want to take - The further out it gets, you may want to click one Just for the heck of it. That was your purpose - aim one way off in the distsmce.

PLT SPY

4007 f-. PLT Sure is dark against isn't it? Yes. Get rid of s_ne of my stuff here before the burn. And put the Hasselblad back in here. I may be taking some pictures after the burn, but one-g is going to be a real shocker. I guess it is. CDR PLT SPT Well, making stab number Oh, about 0.8, 8/i0, the blackness of space,

CDR 039 ii 04 01 PLT

2 at the DET.

(Laughter) Well, Jer, you haven't the DETs. Timex's revenge; I'll had any simulator time on

CDR SPT 039 ll 05 18 CDR SPT

1/2 second behind. count you down. Let me whip it my own way.

Good form. Don't

count me down.

Okay, the things you got coming up, Jer, are a VERB 49 to the maneuver - to the - to the proper attitude and then the P52. Okay. Barely There; Okay, we're starting to fall below starting to drift down onto it. I got it that time. it now.

CDR

039 ll 05 57 039 ll 05 58

CDR SPT

That a boy. Okay. Got the DET. Now go to P00. Okay, now you want a VERB 49 ENTER; Then maneuver to the shaping burn pad - attitude. Ah, let's stay here little while. Okay. We're 56. 27-1/2 Okay. - 26-1/2 minutes from now. going at what time? and watch this bird for a

CDR

SPT CDR 039 ll 06 22 SPT CDR CDR
f-

I think I know what I'm going to do.

_008
CDR Well, I'm going to watch here. It won't hurt. the bird a little while

SPT

Very uncomfortable to see out this window though. No wonder I couldn't see it during the docking. Just as well, Ed. It would have frightened you.

CDR SPT

That's right. I was scared Just watching beads of sweat on your forehead, watching the big ... out of the hand controller. There it goes! Fading into the sunset.

the you use

CDR SPT

l'd like to see a command on high rate X roll or sumething. That would be something. Hey, l'm not sure we ever got any really good pictures of the boom which we extended on our flyaround trajectory. The Yes. Oh. The one we extended Well, they during EVA.

CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 ii 07 37 CDR PLT SPT

boom extended?

should be in there. it back in?

Did you bring

No. You're supposed to leave it out there. You're supposed to extend them out. The idea was to get pictures of it during flyaround. Watch m_ timeline, there, I didn't even realize that. I got about 75 pictures so Ah, that's good, Bill. We ought really good ones in there. to get a few

PLT

CDR

039 ii 08 0_

PLT

The trouble is, this window has got a spot in it. I kept trying to move it around so that the it was stopped downto f/8, which is a fairly narrow aperture, so I kept trying to move it around - -

h.O09 f-. CDR PLT Uh-huh. - - so I wouldn't get a spot of the window in it. We're load. doing pretty well. We're carrying 55 saps

039 ll 08 51

PLT

CDR PLT

Very good, It's fairly good - I mean, it's fairly n_m_nal. Normally you carry a lot more th_n _chat. I you can go up to 90. I think the reason is because the voltage - These detent bats hold a high voltage. Yes. Yes, I thought it was probably about the same.

CDR PLT 039 ll 09 56 PLT

Well, I don't know about you, but I'm sort of looking forward to this burn. It ol,g_t to be a ring-dang-dooser. Better keep yourself latched back against that seat because it is going to move you there - Man, I'm all *** eyeballs here, ready to go. now. The

CDR SPT

PLT 039 ll l0 15 CDR

Okay, I guess we can start the maneuver bird's getting kind of far away. Yes. Before we come down.

SPT

Before that second

burn, we ought to move all of this stuff to the floor, because when we hit, it's only going to really move down there rapidly. They might break; have the - the urine bags break and then go stable II° CDR Okay, here we go into the burn attitude. pitch of around 70 degrees or so. Okay. Okay MARK. The

SPT CDR 0B9 ll ll 02 CDR

_010

SPT

Which way is it going? I can't see the bird really anymore. Is it appearing on the bottom your window? No, it's coming up across be seeing it in a minute. the top. You ought

of

CDR

to

CDR

No, it's going to disappear out the bottom. got a yaw and a roll going both. I see. You got a ... once more, Okay. Right in the bottom. Yes. Sure has been a heck of an adventure. Jer, before loading.

We

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT

It's

tough to top that one. PLT Yes, that's incredible. right. In same respects, it's almost

SPT

Yes, you don't realize what you're doing if you're chugging away at it day to day. Okay, Jer, where do we stand? You're doing a VERB _9 for the shaping burn? Right. And watch for a possible gimbal lock. And then when we get through we go P52 and we Just look for the stars. And you set your tb,-,bwheel, prepare it for an attitude flight. Okay. And that is 359. 189. Can't see th_ crank there. What have we got hanging there? Look at that window.

039 ii 12 21

CDR SPT

CDR SPT

039 Ii 13 07

CDR SPT CDR SPT

Oh, yes. Contsmination Yes. on there.

4011

PLT SPT PLT CDR 039 ii 13 29 PLT CDR PLT

Looks Sure

like does.

frosted

glass

at that

angle.

Got to pick up stars too. 359, 189, and 0. Okay. gone, men.

Well, workshop's

- - 189 and 0, okay. Farewell. _

SPT

Okay, let's see; - you can also put your in right now, if you want, at 264.0. l've got a 1586.8 to do first. ...

delta-V C

CDR PLT

SPY

Wonder what this system? Because wasn't that bad.

- this thing is in our audio I was on the intercom and it

PLT

I don't know. It may be - you may be right. It may be complete - it msy be related to the thing that we had in the workshop. You know the other one we could kill with the buffer stop circuit breaker in the workshop though. Don't quite see how that would work.

SPT

CDR 039 ii lh 28 039 ii 14 36 SPT SPT PLT CDR PLT

ASS right,

what's

the delta-Vc? at is 260.0.

Delta-V C you're Burn time, 12 seconds. Okay. l'm going drill. Okay, Bill,

looking

is 12 seconds.

to put on one shoulder

harness

Just for

CDR
f--

that DELTA-V

check

scale's

51, RATE COMMAND.

hO12

SPT CDR SPT

Hold

on, JerLOW.

-

Command,

- - Let's maze sure we - we've got a piece of t_e. You got your thumbwheel set. You want to dim the lights ; you may want to do that. Yes. Ok_, and go to the cue card. look for 17 degrees at 57. Okay. Okay. The AUTO falls very little. want to do that later, we can stop And we'll also

CDR SPT

CDR SPT 039 ll 15 12 CDR

If you still right there. Okay.

SPY
|

SPY

Remember what a kick in the pants this thing like when we first got off the booster? Yes. (Laughter) now_ Is that what

felt

PLT SPY

it's going to feel like

PLT

I'm going to thrust myself bodily back against this tissue dispenser that I got in my head cushion. Yes, I think i'm going to do that too. Oks_?

SPY PLT CDR

You not going have time on the burn.

Oh! Remember the words, Bill. We need to know how much time is left in order to go into a short burn logic. But I tell you how much we've Okay, that's you're going is. I don't much is left burned, right?

PLT 039 Ii 15 52 CDR

fine. Just tell me whatever it is to tell be and so I'Ii know what it really care whether you tell me how or what we've burned.

_013

PLT SPT

I'ii tell you - Why don't you Just ss_ what - how long we've burned, and that way both Jer and I can work Yes, that's the easiest the easiest consistent the burn way. way. that way. ll seconds?
.

it.

PLT 039 ll 16 05 CDR PLT CDR SPT PLT SPT

Yes, that's

All right; _be What - what's 12. 12 seconds.

time,

12 seconds, and then we'll be ready for this. Looks like we're locking up on this then. Night comes 15 minutes later; so rather than 40, it'll come Just about - yes, we will - well, we'll have to do it during the day, Jer. Get the attitude. Man, those windows are crudded burn, right? up.

039 ll 16 26

SPT

CDR SPT PLT CDR 039 ll 16 42 SPT PLT CDR

It's a single-bank Right. Dual bank. What? How about single. In talking Yes. that?

We did all the practice

in

SPT CDR SPT

about

it we did, yes.

I should have read that a little more when we went through the first time.

carefully

039 11 16 49

CDR

Okay, we are at the burn attitude. We are looking for sunset in order to make a star - -

hOlh

SPT CDR 039 ll 17 05 SPT

Jer,

remember

the thing

is - -

Oh, yes. - - 15 minutes later. So we Just got to try what we can, right now. You can pick the stars which are away from the Sun. I'll give it a go down there. A] 1 right. A little then, pick a pair ... - Could you hand me the cue card bag when you get a chance there, Ed? Sure will, Bill. Here you go. ThAnk you. Hey, Ed. You got the optics good stuff? Let me cycle it 0U - OFF. Oksy. And then back to zero. Let's put this behind here. Got 15 minutes. Okay. That's going real well. Okay, I think All right. I can c_ne out here some. Now - zeroed and all that

CDR CDR PLT

SPT SPT PLT 039 ll 17 37 CDR

SPT CDR SPT CDR 039 ll 17 _5 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR 039 ll 18 06 SPT CDR 039 ll 18 12 SPT

You ready?

Yes, I'm ready. Here it goes. We'll see if it'll show us a star.

I'm looking

at the cluster

right now.

4015

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

Okay, Okay, Okay.

it wants

to show you star number OFF.

4.

I'm in CMC and zero's

Go ahead.

That 's Achernar. There goes the cluster. I was trying to see another couple stars go by. Could we hope? Yes, I can see it in the telescope. I'll Just get ... sextant. There it is. Okay. Okay. That's all we need. And that's kind of a greenish

SPT

039 ll 18 39

CDR SPT

That'll be good. Jobber-do. Okay.

CDR i 039 ii 18 44 SPT

And very close to the X. It's right inside right inside the radius of the - of the cross bars, about halfWay out. Okay - Very good. Fine. So I'm going to go back $o - drive these things back to zero. I'll be right back with you. Left one looks good. Okay. Get - noRoger. Skylab, Houston. Roger, Crip. We're AOS Carnarvon, 8 minutes. later.

PLT CDR PLT SPT

CDR SPT PLT SPT 039 ll 19 14 CC PLT

ho16
SIY CC Seeing that program alarm, 5 •.. If you get a chance we would appreciate a sep burn stat. Roger, Crip. The sep burn was on time and the y_w was 3 degrees rather than i degree, and that was it. We - we've hulled the residuals. Copy. Sounds good.

CDR

CC SPT 039 ii 19 44 PLT

VERB 37 not permitted now. 15:20, VERB 37 request not permitted Wait until COMP ACT *** THC. Clockwise. No MTVC. PITCH, 2; YAW, 2. at this time.

039 ii 28 00

SPT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

Clockwise; no MTVC. Go. PITCH, 2. Yes. YAW, 2. Yes. Check the trims. complete. What's Now. Now.

Wag its tail. next?

Looks

good ....

SPT CDR

Okay, you got that? Not yet.
o,e

Did you set the trim?

SPT 039 ll 28 2_ CDR SPT CDR

Check MTVC. MTVC's good; neutral.

Got no MTVC? No MTVC. PGIs return to zero.

4017

039 ii 28 30

SPT

Zero. RHC POWER, NORM, ... AC/DC. RHC POWER, DIRECT, goi_, OFF to MAIN A MAIN B, DIRECT A and B. _MAG's to RATE 2 and a PRO. BMAG's to RATE 2. Check maneuver. tri_laing.

CDB SPT CDR

Okay, we did a little All right.

o39 ii 28 49 CDR
CDR CDR PLT 039 ii 28 56 CDR PLT SPT

1/2 and E_nm.
1/2 and ENTER. Here comes Okay. MARK. Okay, Plus 2, minus 2, 0; plus 2, minus 2, and 0. the auto gimbal trim check, Bill.

I saw the needle

move on all of them.

Okay. Now 57. You're looking for 3 degrees. Why don'tyou turn the lightsdown. 17 degrees. Turn your lights down. Okay. Okay, keep it aimed on the horizon. Is that 17? It's getting there. Okay, let's make sure yoh've Yes ... - Done the horizon check; now you've got a gimbal test to get done. RATE HIGH. Wait a minute, wait a minute. We're not at 57 yet. • It's moving down. It's not going to be 17 degrees. How far off will it be? We're looking at 25 degrees. Be sure you're looking at the right horizon? You're not at terminator? done everything. Got it?

PLT CDR SPT CDR • 039 ll 29 31 SPT CDR SPT

CDR

SPT CDR 039 ll 29 55 f SPT

h018

CDR PLT SPT CDR

Yes.

It's the horizon and airglow.

... horizon? You lined up properly? Yes ... Okay, we're Just going to have go with it.

039 ii 30 15

Sl_f

Okay, that - If you don't go with you fly the horizon, take a minus attitude; if you GO/NO-GO, go SPS with a 13-degree window mark. So choice.

it, Jer, then 2 to hold the and track horizon make your

CDR SPT

I'm going to stick with the G&N. Okay. Let's - Then press got RATE HIGH? RATE's HIGH. RHC number 2 and THC, armed? RHC number 2 and THC, armed. Check the _ All right, _ and DET. is 2640 and DET is - ... on with the card. Okay,

039 ll 30 38

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

It's a second late - second behind. Okay, Bill. Are you ready with the nitrogen and helium? I've already checked it. Okay, RHC and THC, armed? They're armed. We' re in - I 'm in RATE Did you check the _S You got it. Okay. At 59 you want _MS, NORM. it precisely at 59. You want to load COld, AND and DE"T?

039 ll 31 00

PLT SPT CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT

4019
F

039 ii 31 17

SPT CDR

Is this

four Jets? ullage. ... 15 seconds.

No, this is lh seconds

039 ii 31 21

SPT

... 20 seconds - Just a minute, • .. get it off your ... Right. Jer, what Can't Okay. Skylab, Houston. We're does it look like?

PLT SPT CDR SPT 039 ll 31 53 CC CDR

see it now.

AOS Guam,

8 minutes.

Roger, Crip. We're about 7 degrees off on the horizon check, but I'm going with G&N, anyway. Okay, you're in NORM?

SPT CDR SPT 039 ll 32 12 CDR SPT CDR

Yes, we went NORM. Okay, now you want on. THC POWER on.

THC POWER's Okay.

Now, let me THRUST be watching this• Coming ... Keep your ULLAGE Okay. up.

A first• 50 flash. 15 second's ULLAGE. good.

Okay,

I'll

SPT CIR SPT 039 ii 32 37 CDR PLT CDR

And it 's looking

head down.

is on.

Delta-V THRUST A. Looking 99 and a PRO; here we go. A is on.

for 99 and a PRO.

039 ii 32 53

PLT

_020

SPT 039 ll 32 56 PLT CDR SPT PLT 039 ll 33 05 PLT SPT

Okay, here comes

B. Looks good. well; How's the VC, Ed?

B is on, all four. Altitude's V C is right holding on.

V C is on - on there.

Holding

Stand by; l0 seconds. All off. Good burn. Okay, let's get this - All right, we Okay, let's go to part 2. We are with you through Guam

Good burn. got a trim?

039 ll BB 23

CC

Skylab, Houston. for 7 _inutes. Roger. Looked

CDR

like a good burn.

We 're tri-_1 ng

it out. 0ks_y. Hold on here. minus i_.8 at _5 seconds plus. SPT CDR SPT CC Okay.

Delta-V C is

And you trim it out to minus

1.

Okay, got it. Okay, and delta - -

Skylab, Houston. We're looking at the residuals. We'd like - like to get the delta-V if we could; the counter, that is. Okay, the counter's reading 14.8 at - 40 plus 45 seconds after the burn. I give you the time because of the delta-V bias. Okay, you see our NOUN _4's. Looks good. Looks good. We'll PRO out of that. Okay. Now let's make sure we clean up here.

039 ll 34 01

CDR

PLT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

All right, let's PRO out of this first. Okay. Now we can do this. Okay.

h021

SPT 039 ii 3h 31 CDR CDI_ SPT SPT PLT CDR

No delta AUTO

remaining,

Jer. OFF? It's OFF.

RCS, AC ROLL,

Okay. GIMBAL MOTORS - GIMBAL MOTORS, Bill. YAW is at 2.

YAW, 2 - CC PLT CC CDR, Houston-PITCH, 2for the

Jet, when you can get to it, we are ready logic sequence of checks - ... - - procedure Roger, Crip. G&C. on the top of 4-5.

PLT CC 039 ll 3_ _8 SPT PLT 039 ll 35 39 CC

Let me check.

Skylab, Houston. As a matter of information we do not have any data on the ground here. a problem we got here at the ground, nothing the spacecraft. G&C number ... You're GO to do that. .m. _

only, It's with

039 ll 35 49 039 ii 36 08 039 ii 39 56 039 ii 39 58

PLT CREW CC PLT CC

Roger; going off now. Okay, Bill, we show it about think that BAT A is fine. Okay, thank you. 2 amps here and we

CDR

f--

4022

PLT

We were to take

so close any-

to the burn

there

I didn't want

CDR

That's right, Bill; that's right thing to do. Just don't have time to mess with it like that. You - Worked out very nicely_

SPT CDR

Sure

did. bat C's there for. You want to go

That's what bank there. Yes, yes.

PLT 039 ii _0 30 SPT

What was PCU? it?

It was a little below i00, wasn't

CDR

Yes, it was running 90.

about

91 or 2.

Slightly

above

PLT SPT

Well, one more is all it takes. Okay, Jet; I guess you could start yourself SPSdrift check. Start the drift check. Let me move this thing can have it. over. That way we both an

CDR SPT

PLT

Hey, that hyperbaric [?] garment, you know I think that's a - that's going to c_e in mighty handy during that reentry. You ain't Just clicking them choppers.

CDR PLT

I - I was with you there for a while. I thought 175 was exaggerated high, but I don't now. (Laughter) I have a feeling we are not going to bound this spacecraft like gazelles. out of

PLT/CDR 039 ll 41 37 SPT

039 ll _l 55

CDR

Well, let's take a look here. Maybe things'll start happening again. The next piece here is a reminder about our urine samples.

_023

039 11 42 ii

PLT

I'm going to go ahead and relieve myself now and then I'll have the best nervous system at reentry

to satisfy everybody. (Laughter)
SPT Including yourself, huhT You'll be nothing you'll be doing nothing hut peeing out adrenalin. That 's right Okay, we burn at 20 even, so we essentially got 3 hours, 2 of which we can kind of lounge around here, and the other one we o_ght to - we ought to be looking things over and working;-something like that. It's kind of warm in here, isn't it?

PLT CDR

039 ii _3 22

CDR SPT CDR PLT CDR PLT

Yes, let me - Hey, ... fans ... Yes, our ... Those hoses, ... Are they Should return I guess they aren't throwing out anything. Just circulating cabin air? Get those screens out for the ... try a hose.

SPT

be, yes. hoses.

PLT SPT 039 ii _4 0_ PLT SPT CDR

I can take the A off too. all together from over there.

Soon as you got them I hate this thing Hose screens. I put mine your s? Yes.

with a passion. screen. you guys got

Here is one hose 2.

in Bravo

Is that where

PLT SPT

Have you got a hose screen Okay.

accessible

to you,

Jer?

CDR

And if there's an electrical connector that where along the way did not get covered.

some-

_o2_
SPT l'm predicting we might - we mRy be a little bly, so we better take it easy. Cabin fans are Yes. Well, let's see, we got a few more drinks. I guess we might - l'm going to spread mine out here. Anyone else like anything? Yes, l'd like one, Yes, I think I wuuld too, I have the feeling changing pitch, aren't they? wob-

CDR SPT 039 ii 45 49 SPT

PLT CDR PLT

After that little demonstration, I might need a little fluid.

039 ll 46 16

SPT

Just to cl_k up the folk - clank up the folks there, we ought to tell them that we completed blacked out. Pulse up to 200, don't remember a thing. Don't remember a thing. All we know is it cut off automatically. Now let's see, I guess that's mine there. And you want anything else to eat, Jer? Yes, I think I'll go ahead and get my other food out of the way. Here's a can of butter cookies that drifted out. Oh, yes, those are mine. Okay. I had them under my - Under your walstbelt? No, ... During the burn, they must have come out. I had some under my waistbelt tO0. I tell you what, Ed. which have disappeared

SPT

CDR

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT 039 ii 47 05 SPT

CDR PLT SPT

Why don't you - -

No, I have mine, Jer. Okay, those are mine, yes.

_025

CDR

Why dontt you fire take these helmets All right, Jer.

up the off.

speaker

box

so we can

SPT PLT

Nell, gentlemen, I found out it helps when you take the - turn the valve open. You don't have to have quite as much ... preuure. I don't think I have amy left,

039 ii 47 46

PLT SPT

Let me take it, I am.

039 Ii 47 54

PLT

TIME

SKIP

039 12 I0 2h

CC

And, a matter from perigee, ru__ g right

of interest, you're about 5 minutes still going down. So perigee, s around 90 miles, I guess.

f-

CDR

Better suck up our landing gear, I guess. Boy, the ground really moves a lot faster down this low. Roger that.

039 12 l0 49

CC

TIME SKIP

039 13 12 46

SPT

Msybe water

when we burned, out from behind

we "Just pnlled that panel.

a lot of

CDR SPT 039 13 15 46 093 13 15 49 CDR SPT SPT

We probably did. Thank you. Get that out first. Not before the burn. I don't want to take it yet. I want to take it somewhere around 18:30. 19:30, rather.

_026
SPY You want it? to hold on to one? Pop it in if you lose

CDR SPT

If you don't

see it, ... one. Okay, there it goes, to the

I'Ii hold the top. right of them. You want You want ... it? No.

SPT

some scop/Dex? it?

You may do anything

with

-

CREW CREW CREW 039 13 18 36 039 13 24 18 039 13 24 52 CDR SPT SPT

As you ... ask it now. That they are. War eagle himself. I'm going to change this here. Collect one or two of that - Take a listen to some of these ... Good .... Thank you. Let's get scme of these cue cards up here.

CDR PLT CDR

Okay, now it says s_nething CM RCS activation. I don't know whether you want to do it right now but ... coming up again. Now what are we doing here? Maybe they'll want to do it over here. ... Yes.... Oh, okay. I don't think it makes good. . .. complete ...

SPT CDR CDR PLT CDR SPY PLT

Okay, all right; Th_ you.

Roger.

b,027

CDR 039 IB 26 ii SPT

Okay. GLYCOL to RAD, specify upheld. BYPASS, counterclockwise, verify. GLYCOL - Okay, attach both strut unlock lamyardm .... and I'll do that. Verify suit bags tied down to A-l, A-h, A-6. in portable

039 13 27 19

SPT SPT

They are verified. UCTA's stowed waste stowage container, U-I.

SPT

No, not re_!ly. I've got the other down there in the corner. Stow TV camera and cables. SDC and mag in B-3. I have

bag stowed

SPT

it.

Mount

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT SPT SPT 039 13 28 Oh SPT

Bill, you got the HDC stowed? In U-1. It's in U-l? Yes. Is that where Yes. They'll never fit in B-3. What? They'll Okay. Huh_ Yes. mags. We originally were going to have two DAC never fit in B-3. you want to leave it?

DAC mag in R-13.

CDR SPT SPT

Oh, I see. We only have So now you one.

change DAC to M-_.

4028

CDR SPT PLT SPT

Roger. Soon as Bill gets back up there I'm here. Unstow CX03 mag from TSB and install we don't have that. on DAC. Okay, -

SPY

We've Just got to move the DAC over to the other window. You donIt need to worry about ... the RCS. That's almost complete except for that DAC. Okay. Test panel is set up on 3 Bravo.

CDR SPY SPY

Okay, and let me bring you up to procedures here, ... what you want to do on panel 8. All right. Circuit breakers ... William.

SPT 039 13 29 l_ SPT

Okay. Let's hand the DAC over to young You get the DAC. The proud owner of a DAC.

SPT SPT

I tell you what, we're going to put these bags closer to the floor here, so when we hit, you don't stand a chance of b_ping them. Excuse better drawer Well, me a minute, Bill. Probably we'd stand chance if I laid them out flat on the seat. Kind of appropriate. that's no problem here. a

SPY

039 13 30 19 039 13 31 l0

SPT CDR

Okay, Bill, you ready to do a pyro bat check? Okay, why don't you put your - Okay, here we go. Panel 229, circuit breaker, PYRO BAT A - PYRO BAT A, CLOSE, verify. B, the same. DC indicator, PYRO BAT A, then B.

039 13 31 29

SPY

• TIME SKIP

_029

039 14 30 01

PLT SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

And we're SERVO They

running,

and we are recording.

POWERs. are ON, 1 and 2. NORMs to AC.

RHC POWER, NORM_

to AC. both OFF.

And DIRECTs, DIRECTs BMAGs BMAGs

are OFF.

to 1/2. to 1/2. to SCS. rate needles look good. Going to SCS.

CONTROL

_I right, Okay. Okay.

039 14 30 23

SPT CDR

You want

to start

PITCH

i and YAW i. You ready?

All right, here we Go. PITCH Yes. YAW i, now. Yes. Okay, 0.3. Check Looks Okay, the MTVC. good. clockwise, set the trim i, now.

go, Bill.

039 14 30 28

PLT CDR

039 14 30 30

PLT CDR

039 14 30 31

PLT SPT CDR SPY

- 0.9, 0.3.

039 14 30 _5

CDR SPT CDR

no MTVC.

Clockwise.

No MTVC.

_030 i

SIT PLT CDR 039 14 30 53 PLT CDR O39 14 30 55 PLT CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 lh 31 08 CDR SPT CDR PLT SPT 039 14 31 17 CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 lh 31 22 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

PITCH 2, YAW 2. Go. PITCH 2, now. Yes. YAW 2, now. Yes. Checking Okay. CMC. CMC, and check MTVC. Good in PITCH. Okay, neutral; Neutral. Good in YAW. the trim. Looks good. -

no MTVC.

No MTVC.

Just ... - Go to zero. They're about zero. RHC POWER, AC/DC. And DIRECTs DIRECTs to MAIN A/MAIN B. NORMs, both the AC/DC.

Main A/B.

BMAGs to RATE 2 and a PRO. RATE 2. Little Okay. PRO for a trim. twitch.

_031

039 14 31 37

SPT CDR

Okay,

you PROed.

Now you want to go 1/2 and ENTER. GIMBAL trim check, Bill;

All ready we go. Go. MARK. zero.

for the AUTO

SPT 039 14 31 44 CDR

Plus 2, minus

2, zero; plus

2, minus

2,

PLT

Roger. Go by sound and feel better this gage over here. Sure can. No doubt when

than you can

CDR SPT

she's wagging

her tail.

Okay, she's up at trim values. Now 57, you got 1 more minute. Make sure you got everything on that side, Jer. Yes, it's Okay. Let's turn off some floods here at our horizon. Turn the floods down a little and take a look alI done.

039 14 32 07

CDR SPT CDR

SPT. 039 14 32 19 CDR

if you will,

Bill. And

Now this horizon might be in the right place. I don't have the parallax right at this time. There 's the horizon. I'll go shead. there. Okay. Just a second. about. check is a good one. Right on We hit 57? Beautiful; okay, turn

PLT CDR

on some light

SPT CDR SPT CDR

Yes, Just

Oh, that horizon the money. Right on it, huh?

SPT

1t032 !

CDR SPT CDR

Yes, - YoU know, that must be with your head I loosened in the my straps

No, I've got the parallax. and went up and looked. Okay.

SPT CDR SPT 039 lh 33 08 CDR SPT

So I don't know what to tell you. A look at m_ Okay. We're ... it's holding looking at 57. good.

Okay.

57; okay, at 58, taking the gimbal test You want to go RATE, HIGH. RATE to HIGH. Okay. RHC number 2 and THC armed. controller

option.

CDR SPT 039 lh 33 25 CDR

THC is armed

and the hand

is armed.

SPT CDB SPT CDR SPT 039 14 33 38 PLT

Check the _ EMS, 169.8. Right. DELTA-Vc? That's

and DV C.

correct.

Bill,

nitrogen,

and helium. Okay, it's

Checked it and I'll check it again. alI okay. This is single bank burn, right?

CDR SPT PLT CDR PLT

That is affirm, single b,n_. A or B? It'd be A. A. Okay.

I+033

CDR

And this is going 14 seconds.

to be a four-Jet

ullage,

PLT CDR SPT

Ready and watching. DAP load is for four Jets, right. And it's called four Jets. Four quads, 14 seconds. Okay, and you said you got RHC and THC armed. Right. Okay. Ready to pick up at 59. Okay, right is trying to lock up. Sure don't hear them. Here they c_ne. And I'll try and give him the words on that. Aw, they lost it. I think they wanted that full skirt, didn't they? Okay, we'll wait until full skirt, what he said. I think that's I

CDR SIT 039 14 34 14 CDR PLT CDR PLT SPT PLT 039 14 34 35 CDR SIT

PLT SPT CDR 039 14 34 57 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

Better forget about that for a while. Pressure Okey, MARK. 0ks_. is holding.

coming up on 59. DELTA-V, NORMAL. THC POWER, ON.

THC POWER is ON. Got _ _ to NORM, right?

to NORMAL.

039 i_ 35 15

SPT CDR SPT

Yes.

DELTA-V

cr_._ng up.

See the DSKY blanks.

Son of a gun; counting Yes. not? Yes. Yes, that's right. Well,

up on us. that in there, have they

they figured

PLT CDR 039 i_ 35 26 ARIA CDR SPT CDR ARIA CDR CDR PLT 039 14 35 44 CDR CC

i, 2, 3, 4, 5; 5, 4, 3, 2, i. Okay. Look at the PIPAs. Looking pretty good. l, 2, 3, 4, 5; 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Test count, Okay. 20 seconds. UILAGE is ON. Stand by. DELTA-V. Got loud and clear.

Skylab, Houston; we're AOS through the ARIA. you for about l0 minutes. How do you read? Loud and clear, and we're about to burn.

PLT CDR 039 lh 35 54 CDR PLT CC PLT 039 14 35 59 CDR PLT

99 and a PRO. Now. Stand by. Understand About you got the burn.

to burn.

Oks_, it's on. Okay, check the V C - good helium.

h035

SPT PLT 039 14 36 07 PLT CDR SPT CDR PLT

It looks

good.

5, 6, 7, 8. Good shutdown. Good one. Okay, 0kay, now VERB let's 82.

get to 85. Crip. We '_i give you the

Looks like a good one, details later. Okay, trim her out.

SPT PLT SPT CDR PLT SPT CDR 039 14 36 34 SPT

Beautiful 1 No change. Steady as a rock. Right onl 8 seconds. 13.7. Crip. going to minus it - plus i. 2, plus i, plus 2,

Two DELTA-V C minus Steady as a rock,

Okay, NOUN 85. You're and plus - I'm working There you go. Okay, go ahead. Minus

CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 14 36 5_ CDR SPT CDR

2, plus

i.

Okay.

VERB 82. What do we look like? Perigee 2.8. Yes. is minus 28. 200 and something? 2.8. Beautiful!

See, that's

4036

SPT CDR 039 lh 37 07 SPT

Okay, PRO. Okay, you got this and the time? I got them. Okay, now wait until your ity light is out and you got to PO0. We 're ccming in. Okay, Bill, let's Okay. YAW 2, now. Yes. PITCH 2, now. Yes. YAW I, now. Yes. Pitch l, now. Yes; BUS TIES remain ON. get the gimbal motors. camp activ-

PLT CDR PLT CDR 039 14 37 24 PLT CDR 039 14 37 26 PLT CDR 039 14 37 28 PLT CDR 039 14 37 30 PLT SPT

Okay, and COMP ACTIVITY light out ; give it a VERB 66. Okay, now, let's finish up this thing here. LOW BIT RATE, is it? No - Okay. PRO, PRO; AUTO RCS ; GIMBAL OFF. Okay. BMAGs to RATE RATE 2. 2. MOTORS - SERVO POWERs,

PLT SPT PLT SPT

039 14 37 44

CDR SPT

039 14 37 47

CDR

_+037
SPT 039 14 37 50 CDR SPT 039 14 37 53 CDR SPT 039 14 37 56 CDR SPT 039 14 38 00 CDR SPT 039 14 38 03 CDR CREW SPT CDR SPT Okay, BUS TIEs stay ON. _S to 0FF/standBy.

0FF/standby. THC and RHC locked. THC and RHC locked. RHC POWER, RHC, DIRECT THC, POWER, THC is OFF. Circuit Okay. ... Tb-.n_ you. Give them a call on the gas. breaker DIRECT UTJ.AGE to OPEN. DIRECT to OFF.

to OFF. 0FF.

PCM BIT RATE,

LOW.

I will. Okay, Crip, we're looking at 2200 HELIUM TANK PRESSURE and the 185 HELIUM MANIFOLD PRESSURE. Okay, now I switch to - Okay. Okay now. Scop/Dex we got; VERB 66; RCS check. Abe0 RCS SELECT, A/C ROLL, four, OFF. They're CLOSED. OFF. Circuit Verify. They breaker RCS LOGIC, two,

CDR CDR SPT

039 14 38 37

CDR

039 14 38 40

CDR SPT C0_ TECH

RCS LOGIC.

are CLOSED.

Verify.

Go to CMC - Test l, 2, 3, 4, 5 - -

4038

CC

If - if you've got a moment, I'd like to run over the reentry portions. Have a couple of recommendations. Okay, go ahead, Crip, we're about ready to shift over to COMMAND MODULE. We are. Okeydoke. If for any reason you run into a ring 1 problem, which we don't anticipate, we would like to go ahead and use what is ever left out of ring 1 or ring 2, so go ahead and set it up for rolling entry. _ Understand. If we have a problem with ring l, we'll go use what's left to set up rolling reentry. Okay. try-... AUTO RCS Sk_._.CT now. Ring - No, Just a minute ring 2 - ring 2 is the bad one. A] 1 right. So we want to select ring - Ring 2 going off. Okay, ring 2, off. Okay? Okay, here we are - we got - we're going

CDR

SPT CC

CDR

039 14 39 24

SPT

CC SPT

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR 039 14 39 53 CC PLT SPT

Okay, now testing ring 1. Skylab, Houston. How do you read? about clarity 3; strength, 4.

We read you sort of-

I can hear them, Bill, but I don't see - Do you see anything on the ball? No. *** for any reason - get a smell, a fishy smell or an acid smell - during descent, we rec_end you use the 02 - -

PLT CC

_039

CDR

Crip, you're cutting in and out so much we understand you. We copy your instructions ring i, ring 2 loss. What is the - this oxygen thing?

can't for

PLT SPT 039 14 _0 28 CC PLT CDR SPT CDR

I don 't know. Also we would CLOSED. Leave the PLV valve CLOSED. We cc_y. like to leave the PLV valve CLOSED.

PLV, postlanding Yes. roll.

vent, huh? out okay. I - I got

At1 right, we worked

039 14 40 _6

SPT

Okay, come on. Let's - let's press on here. Okay, so now you want - turn that ring off. Turn ring i off. Man, those cr-,mand module Jets really make fire.

PLT CDR SPT CDR 039 14 41 00 SPT

Ring l, off? Ring i, off. Why do we want to do that? Well, excuse me; excuse me. Want to go both That's right. Leave it Just the way it is. In other words, put ring,2 back on again? Yes, leave PROPELLANT Okay. Okay, we're going back to SM. Okay, that that. Okay, you want to mount your entry and ,_.I_o start yawing left - It's done. completes cue card it back on, and we'll nmnber 2 CLOSED. keep the CM RCS -

CDR SPT

CDR SPT

039 14 _l 17

CDR

4o_.o

8PT CC

- - to 315.

BMAGB.

*** frcm the report that you gave us *** manifold pressure, most likely we have lost one of the propellants for ring 2. Okay, Crip, we copy; we've lost one of the propellants, you think. Okay. That 's affirmative. Okay, we're ys_ing for sep. pretty good. ... 15. Okay. We SEPed. We got a nice YAW RATE going. All right, let's Just press on. When we - by the time we get there we'll be ready to go. Okay, yaw left and pad burn .... ready to go in - into the entry. your 61. Okay, lat/long. Okay, got to let it think a little bit. Okay. 31.32. Okay, we're Set up here for Ring 1 checked out

CDR

SPT CC 039 lh 41 46 CDR

SPT CDR SPT CDR

SPT

039 14 42 09

SPT CDR SPT

039 14 42 25

CDR SPT

It's there. Minus ll9.75. It's good. And hit minus 1. Yes, good. Okay.

039 14 42 26

CDR SPT CDR SPT

CDR SPT

All right, let's see what Got g max. Is that right? minus 1. 76?

else we've got here. 8? VI, g_m_,aE1

CDR

That's - that's not going to work, Ed. That can't be right. All right, those look pretty good. garbage.

That's 0.8.

039 14 42 47

CDR

That must be

SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

Well, I'm not sure what the heck that really means. Yes. Okay, go ahead, PRO. PRO. Okay, now we've got range to go. from interface, 20 minutes. Okay. Now this we don't expect to be too good, and it's off by 20 feet. Yes. Not too bad. That 's not bad. All right, we're at the attitude; I'm ready to PRO. Okay, you PROed. Yes. 41, request sep. Circuit breakers. Okay, you're over there Now you go right into the 62. VIO and TFE time

CDR -SPT

CDR SPT CDR 039 14 43 14 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR/SPT SPT 039 14 43 25 CDR

SPS, PITCH and YAW, four, OPEN. They're OPEN.

4O42

SPT 039 14 43 30 CDR SPT

Circuit

breakers

ELS/CM-SM CLOSED. DOCKING

SEPs, two,

CLOSED.

CM/SM SEP, two, Circuit Bill. Closed. breaker,

RING

SEP, two,

closed,

039 14 43 36

PLT SPT

VHF AM, A aud B, OFF, center. Okay, OFF, center. PRIMARY GLYCOL to RAD, BYPASS. Verified. _ MODE, STANDBY. STANDBY. CM RCS LOGIC on, up. Verify. Verify.

039 14 43 41

PLT SPT

039 14 43 45

CDR SPT

039 14 43 48

CDR SPT

MODE, Okay.

039 14 43 52

CDR STP

RCS LOGIC on, up. If in contact, Verify. cue STDN. SECS LOGIC, two, on, up.

039 14 43 57

CDR

Houston, Skylab. the LOGIC look?

We're ready to SEP.

How does

PLT CDR SPT CDR SPT

I don't think they have. I guess you can't see it, can you? Go for PYRO ARM, if possible. Okay, we're on - Going to pyros. got? They're on, up. Okay, PYRO ARM, two, on, up. SECS LOGIC, two, on, up, you've

039 14 44 ll

CDR SPT

4043

039 14 44 14

CDR SPT

They're on, up. Tape RECORDER, HIGH BIT RATE, two, on, up. Verify. Verified. 1 minute from LOS on the ARIA, and we should see on the other ARIA after blackout. Roger. Verify correct SEP attitude zero, 180, and S15. All right. Okay, We're all right. and SEP. per -okay, we got Bill. *** BUS TIES,

039 14 _4 21

PLT CC

CDR SPT

CDR SPT 039 14 44 34 CDR SPT

go ahead

Here we go.

Bye, bye. Okay, ring i still

Okay. Take a look at the rings. looks good. I don'thave anything. Now we transfer to CM. That's better.

_039 14 44 46

CDR SPT CDR SPT

I Just heard it go there.

Yes, but now why didn't we get an auto transfer? We should have gotten an auto transfer. Okay, did you get the DOCKING RING SEP now? DOCKING RING's next. Okay, that one-What's the matter, Jer? l'm not getting any PITCH. Did you try over here? Try DIRECT? There you go.

039 14 45 01

CDR SPT PLT CDR SPT PLT SPT

_044
CDR SPT Hoo! Okay. huh? No. Well, auto direct's nice for backup. Okay, BMAGs to RATE 2. RATE 2. RCS I have transferred over to CM. CM RCS MANIFOLD PRESSURE. 0kay, that's looking good on ... - ... did we miss a call to go to MIN IMPULSE? afterwards, here, Jer. At MIN IMPULSE, you weren't getting PITCH,

CDR PLT 039 14 45 36 SPT CDR SPT

CDR SPT CDR

No, you go to M_IN IMPULSE

Okay. For s_e reason we didn't get an auto transfer, then. Well, Just make note of that. Okay, let's get set up here. We've got - How's your OI_AGES, Looking good. Okay. CM RCS LOGIC, OFF. We've got no PITCH in Bill? CM RCS, we got.

SPT CDR SPT PLT SPT 039 14 46 14 CDR

CM RCS LOGIC, OFF. proportional. Had it there. That's DIRECT. Okay.

SPT CDR SPT 039 14 46 28 CDR

I hit m_ DIRECT THRUSTERS.

There must be sc_ething wrong procedurally with what we've done. But it's all right. We're - We're in good shape. Okay, let's - let's get set up for attitude and then we 'll go through it.

SPT

CDR SPT CDR

A11 right, we're YAW back to zero?

Just

... - -

We went back to zero, and we're out. Okay, you're going to PRO.

going to the PITCH

SPT 039 14 46 42 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

All right, Okay.

PRO.

You got a - -

I think - - - 06, 61. Okay. Verify impact lat/long; which we've got. That's looking good. Heads down. Okay, R-3 is a minus PRO. Okay, _MS initialization. One blow too much, , TEST 5. _S, TEST 5. scroll on 37 K. Jer, throwing the switch.

l,

SPT

Okay,

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

Verify

On 37 K. _ FUNCTION to RANGE SET. not working too

The dock DAP's - or RCS DAP's well to entry ... - -

039 14 47 41

PLT

Check your PITCH over there, Jer; your AUTO - AUTO switches when you get a chance. Yes they're is on. Okay. Okay, Ed, what's next? all on. Ring 2 in PITCH is on; Ring 1

CDR

PLT CDR

4ob,6
SPT Okay, you got your EMS FUNCTION Set the RANGE - - - Right. - - to pad data range to go, which is 1140.1. ii_0 .i, right. Ring i is looking good; ring 2 is still bleeding down, but slowly. Am I supposed to be in SCS now? Something is Just not ringing right here. l'm going to SCS. What seems to be the problem, Jerry? Oh, yes, you're SCS, here. You've been - oh, probably I - Either I read it, or didn't read it. Okay. What we've been working with, Crip - Okay. We are not getting proportional COMMAND in PITCH. We're not getting a MIN IMPULSE in PITCH, but that's all right, we got DIRECT. Okay. Okay. Okay. Right. We're at the ATTITUDE now. Okay, you got 1140 .I. The range to go is set. to RANGE SET?

CDR SPT CDR SPT

039 14 48 35

CDR

PLT SPT

CDR SPT CDR

SPT 039 14 49 20 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

That's good. Give me the next one.

SPT 039 14 49 34 CDR

Okay. V0 SET.

Now _

FUNCTION to V0 SET.

ho_7
SPT PLT Slew it to 26. Okay. Now we're in a HIGH BIT RATE. They said something earlier about running out of tape. And-On the - Yes, there's a pen or pencil checklist change in here that'd put you in HIGH BIT RATE. 0kay. Okay, there you - Okay, you can go back to LOW BIT RATE now. Okay. Will we skip that? Yes. While we were working with the transfer, we got fouled out - Okay. We've missed the right end. We got no YAW either. Okay.

SPT

PLT SPT

039 14 50 07

PLT CDR SPT

CDR SPT CDR SPT

r

PITCH and YAW.

Okay, Jer, let's press on through here, and then while we're setting up - While we're waiting, we can try and sort it out. Yes. Okay. FUNCTION to ENTRY.

CDR 039 14 50 26 SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT 039 14 50 36 CDR

Okay, _ E_

FUNCTION to ENTRY.

Verify 0.05g filter light is down. It ' down. s RSI aii@n_nt. It's good. It should be --

_0_8

SPT

- - up. Okay. Dim lights to a,_k adapt eye for horizon check. And you may want to Just turn them down a little bit so we can - so I can at least read this thing to you. Okay, lift vector up. You're looking for a ROLL of zero, PITCH of 35, and YAW of zero.

CDR

ROLL of zero; PITCH, out there right now. entry attitude.

35. Nothing but stars Well, as long as we got

039 14 51 09

SPT

Okay. What you should be is - At 0.05g time, minus i minute, you should be a_ -33 degrees on the window mark; and the limit is plus or minus 5 for the G&N GO/N0 GO. 33 degrees, huh? Right. Okay. Oh, we've got lots of time. is what? 0.05g;we're lookingat is 27:26. 27:26. Okay. All right. Stand by. Give me SET of drogues. O.05g time

CDR SPT CDR

SPT 039 14 51 3_ CDR SPT

PLT
PLT CDR SPT

35:27.
Boy, those things really make the fire. They sure do. But I'm using DIRECT.

Okay. Now you want to go back over that configuration? All right. time? Okay, How about the bank, reverse bank

CDR

SPT CDR SPT

Just a minute.

RET RB. That ' at 32:37 • s

40_9 039 14 52 22 CDR
SPT PLT CDR PLT

All
now,

right.
are affirm.

So 31:37 is my cut point.
we Just waiting for 0.05g now?

Okay,

That's That's

affirm;

it's about

i0 minutes

off.

Very good.

32 - that hand controller m_ heart really s1_nk,

Man, I saw you working and nothing happening; I tell you. (Laughter) So did mine.

CDR SPT CDR PLT 0B9 14 53 00 CDR

I'm not sure I understand. We Just got rid of our service module. Auto coils. We are in SCS; and l'm in MIN IMPULSE - in mannit - MIN IMPULSE. Now linkedwith that is we also did not get an automatic transfer over. Right. Do - would you make note then that we did not - we do not have PITCH and YAW. MIN IMPULSE is - we have only DIRECT. Okay. No auto X-fer.

_-

SPT

CDR

SPT CDR

Okay, as we're going down, keep an eye on your - your gages, too, .guys. No MIN IMPUI_E and no - would - had you lost anything else? RATE COMMAND? No - well, I haven't tried RATE COMMAND. Carrying about a 55-amp-load; looking good. batteries are

SPT

CDR 0B9 14 53 46 PLT

CDR

I don't have RATE COMMAND either. Either in PITCH or YAW. See if I have it in ROLL. Yes, I've got it in ROLL. Now RCS COMMAND - no.

_050

PLT

You do have thePITCH right, Jer? Yes. Good.

and YAW entry

attitude,

CDR PLT CDR 059 14 5_ 14 PLT

I'm using the DIRECTs to get it. But if youlose them, you can start rolling and get gyro stabilized. Well, that makes for a little excitement during entry. Yes. Let's see here. Let's Just see what the heck if we could have procedurally done something here. I can't imagine what it is.

CDR SPT

CDR PLT

I can't imagine what you could have done procedurally not to get the transfer and also to lose two - Two out of three. - - two out of three. Yes. We didn't get - we did get into SCS and that was a procedural bungle on our part. But that had - And that doesn't have anything to do with it.

SPT PLT CDR

059 14 54 _9

PLT CDR PLT CDR

I don't think

that it does either.

The RCS DAP was banging aw_ there trying to help me. But it's - you know - that's sloppy thing.

a big

PLT

Yes, it sure is. Well, you can get it back to CMC and see if it takes it and starts flying our roll commands and then you'll be in business.

4051

039 14 55 ii

CDR

Yes, if it doesn't, to SCS and fly beta

I'll Just have to go back as it comes up on the G&N.

SPT

Oksj,, let me - let me read that now. If G&N is GO/NO GO, fly EMS. Go to pad backup angle at that's if the E - G&N is NO GO. Yes. Now if you're saying the DAP That's is NO GO? - make

CDR SPT CDR 039 14 55 28 SPT

If the DAP is NO GO.

Okay, Just fly beta; you're right. Just sure it's following those roll commands. 27: 26. Affirm. 5-1/2 minutes, glued roughly.

CDR PLT SPT 039 14 55 57 PLT

Got everything

down there?

Yes. Stayed glued on the burns so I was - I'm sure that 2g's is going to keep it well glued down, 2-1/2. How about giving us a periodic readout on a g-meter, Jerry, Just for therapy. Okay, if I can get m_ eyeballs to look. Man, that's fire. Well, there caged enough

CDR

PLT

really fantastic how those things

PLT

the command module for 3 months.

has been

sitting

039 14 56 41

CDR

Isn't that funny that it's all the command module, too. The service module looked - Just was flawless. Those They pyros are really There's dramatic, aren't they? go off.

PLT CDR SPT

sure are. - when

no doubt when you know

they it.

When that

that goes,

_052

SPT CDR SPT PLT

P63. Okay, 6 minutes Looking at P63. and 26 seconds. G, VI and range to go.

Let's see now, did you want to do a horizon check? Or is that cnm_ng up? It's coming up at 0.05g minus i. I'll start doing her down a little more. The thing is that I can't turn that r_scal off. Isn't that helpful? I can see the horizon pretty good. out there, Jer. Looks

SPT 039 lh 57 21 CDR

039 14 57 30

SPT

PLT

Man, I can't get my head up high enough hardly to see it. Okay, and I'm down in the seat pan, so there's not much I can do about it. And we got the right attitude because I 'm watching where we going. Watching where we're coming from. I see a horizon up there. It's my kind of horizon. Now is that the airglow The airglow Yes, okay. It's is up above I Just - Nice easy horizon.

SPT

CDR

SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

or is that the horizon? it; you can see that.

sort of an orange. sure you're working with

- - wanted to -_e the - the lower.

PLT

Oh, yes; there it is. I see it. It's on top of the one - Right where it ought be. Oh, yes, we're making it. I can even put some floods on and see the horizon.

039 14 58 28

CDR

_053

SPT CDR

Okay, good. This _S is ridiculous. Wonder why the lighting in the EMS wasn't hooked up to the numerics or something - Okay, let's go here, to do these things. You through, Jer? but go ahead. I can see Bill. At 21:26, we want Now - -

SPT

PIT CDR

No, I'm not through, the horizon - Okay. - - all right. Okay, Jer? you want

PLT CDR SPT PLT

go scale

5/5, Jer?

coR
r 8PT

5/5.
This is to be doneat RET of 0.05g minus 5 minutes. All right. Go.

CDR SPT

And EHC POWER DIRECT at number 2 to MAIN A, MAIN B. MAIN A, B. TAPE RECORDER, HIGH. RECORD/FORWARD/COMMAND Okay, that's done. RESET. HIGH BIT RATE.

CDR SPT 039 14 59 l0 PLT CDR 039 14 59 15 PLT SPT

Okay, at O.05g m_nus i minute, we're looking for 33 degrees on the window mark. That's

at 26:26.
CDR Okay.

F

_05_


SPT 3 more minutes. And if that's good, you can he holding a lift vector up to 0.2. And at 0.05g, you want to -_e sure you get the EMS MODE to BACKUP/VHF RANGE. That sure lights things up. Sure does. You know that one g, the way that one g plnned me hack in the couch, I bet this 2.5g entry is going to he something else. Yes, you're going to feel it. Yes. Mine' s holding. Mine' s holding pretty well, too. 200. I put my heel clip on too tight and it's cutting the blood off my foot. That and that garment - Yes, they 're both - - - my poor old foot's decided it's being off. 2_:26; 2 minutes to go - Okay. - - 3 minutes to go. 3 minutes to go. check. Attitude' s looking 2 minutes for the horizon cast You pumped up?

039 14 59 27

SPT PLT

SPT PLT/CDR CDR SPT PLT CDR

SPT CDR

039 15 00 25

CDR SPT CDR SPT

CDR CDR SPT

good.

How's the command module ring 1 looking? Okay, let's go back to ring 1. good. How is 2 looking? Ring 1 is looking

CDR

_055

SPT

Now ring 2 is bled down about that far. Now what that could mean is Just one side has gone out, which is why I think they was t=lking that way. Yes. Has it stopped there?

CDR 039 15 00 58 SPT

Well, it's - it's s_,-,.ered down - it's pretty much - A long time ago when we looked at it, maybe 15 minutes ago, it was 24 - 26, and then very shortly 24. Now it's come down to 2000 and just kind of holding. And apparently at propellant depletion that's pretty _ch what you get - or close to propellant depletion. 25:26, 2 minutes. coming into the window in good shape

CDR CDR

Horizon's now. Okay.

SPT SPT SPT

So we got two Jets - two checks to _=_e here, Jer. At - well, first of all - We're G_N going to P64. Okay, you see the glow? Yes. We're starting to warm up. Yes. I can't see the horizon now. We start the - Got a pink cloud. We can get our lights up. Yes, you don't have to turn them up too much; I can still see. looking for the

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CDR

All right, at 26 - 27:26, it's going to be the big time, right? That's right. Yes, I could no more than see the horizon for a check

SPT CDR

039 15 02 23

SPT

This may be - This may mean we're coming in a little early then. Let's watch our No, you get the cloud, I think, a little bit - -

PLT SPT

Let watch this 0.05g here. 0.01. 0kay, Jer, at 27:26. Oh, look at that. Is that No. - - or cloud? Clouds. It looks like a cloud. slmlight

We got 0.1g - or,

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Fantastic' - -

0kay, 20 - okay, Jer, 27 - 26 seconds. Okay, it's going to be backup, and then 0.05g switch ON. That's right. All right. And we're look_n_ starting to build Okay. 0.03; it's coming up. I think we ought to be Just about in there. Come on fellows, I want 4. good here, because we're up; we got 0.02 right now. And then EM_ roll.

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CDR SPT

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CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

3, 4, 5MARK. 6.
0.05g is ON. Okay. E_8 ROLL is ON. Okay, we switched. Okay, we're starting the full g's. Okay. I guess I can KEY F/T._._SEon that. Going up to 0.2g. Start the DAC - well, you can Just pulse it. Yes, I'm going to have to pulse it. Okay, when we got 0.2, then what? 0.2, we got a check comingup. Okay. I can feel the g's building up. I got an 0.05g light. Okay, we got two checks. error and a cross range. a positive for beta. PYR0 BATs both look good. Okay, that switch is - Down range is 228, 228 minus. Jer, that's in there. Okay. We're good on that and KEY I_k_Lw._SE;e're w positive on beta, so we pass both. We got a down-range We should be getting

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b058
039 15 Oh 24 _R PLT SPT 039 15 04 30 CDR SPT CDR All right, I'm going to _ve Beautiful. MAN ATT, three, to RATE COMMAND. MAN AT2, three, to RATE COW,lAND. it to the _C.

They want to watch that. They're all three at RATE COMMAND. plus 157 Okay, it's looking good. They' re holding at. Okay, we got about - coming up on g. Got a good PITCH. About 0.7. 0kay. Seems to be going by Just in the tail, doesn't it? Oh, that is Just gorgeous: Look at that. Oh, this is something I'Ii never forget. What's beta,

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Okay, let's see, we got MAN ATT, three, to RATE COMMAND. MAN ATT, three, to RATE. COMMAND. You got GO.

CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

Okay, at 0.2g, we lift up. Right.

Okay, l'm checking the rings. All right, my next Rings -are good. check is - -

32:37.

_059

SPT CDR

Ring i is good. Okay, it. What at 166 - It's doing a good Job of flying

PLT SPT CDR SPT 039 15 05 35 PLT

- what's

the g-load good. is i.i. How's

right

now?

Ring i looks

Okay the g-load Okay,

I feel good.

your

g-suit

doing?

Yes, I feel great. Starting to get s_,nk down into the couch now. Yes. Okay. Okay, we're ... Okay. Okay, bank. Okay. So we should be holding plus until then. Oh, there we go. now. 2g's. Okay. Don't let your suit get too low. is not coming up, Jer, Man, it's really digging in at - 31:37 is I minute before our reverse pulling 1-1/2 now. Keep your legbands tight.

CDR SPT CDR PLT
f

SPT SPT

CDR SPT PLT

CDR SPT CDR SPT

Well, the cabin pressure so we should be okay. Okay.

CDR

/f-

4o60

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Some ball Yes.

of fire, isn't

it?

How's the g's? Yes, we're

Got any changes? - about 2.S or 2.4.

at 2 point

Okay, we're looking for our check here. We don't want to reverse bank before Bl:B7, another minute. Okay. What 's it doing? One g. We're Just fine. lift vector up again.

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going

We're going Just about to 3g's. Fantastic: Boy, look at that. Wish I could see the ql,antity in this magazine. (Laughter) Red and blue. Little orange, too. Little orange on your side? to the - Orange is close

CDR

l've got some gold right up in front of us. Beautiful gold. Yes, there's orange, and purple now. that ... Sl - waiting for Bl:37. so we're in business. Doing beautifully. Look at

PLT

SPT

Not reversed bank yet,

CDR

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6_R

We're we've

Justpeaked

we're under 3g's. out on our g's.

Looks

like

SPT

Sure wish that elephant would cl_mh off chest. Man, that's hard. I triedOh, I got end-of-film Oh, heck. - - I tried picking up my head and, boy, it was next to impossible. Okay, concentrate on - Okay, the GSaNis GO. Beaut iful. Okay, 31:37. We'reokay. light.

PLT CDR SPT

PLT 039 15 07 35 CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT CDR PLT

0kay, my next - Okay, we should be reversing at 32:37. Okay. Okay, that's 90 K, which should be coming up in about 3 minutes. Okay, we should be watching I am watching it. I think we are through it because I can see the ground. Yes. Okay, EB0, when 31:17 do we exit - blackout, and it's - Bill? STEAM PRESSURE, too.

SPT PLT SPT

CDR SPT PLT CDR PLT

We ought

to be out of it.

- - 32 now.

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Houston,

Skylab.

Now do you read?

Hey, hey. That stuff's ... They Whoo' ought to read us now. Jerked my head over there How do you ready How me? We're doing fine. and Just - -

039 15 08 26

CDR CC CDR SPT CC

Hello, Houston. Loud and clear.

Okay, read you loud and clear. Looking good, Crip.

That's great. And one thing we would like is the helium source and MANIFOLD PRESSURE, if you could, please. That's reading about 1900, Crip. please.

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Okay, give us MANIFOLD, About What's 285 on ring 2. the g-level 3.

now, Jer? Here it goes; it's moving

Oh, it's under up now.

PLT

Okay, I'm watching would're hadSkylab ...

for 90 K.

I thought

we

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That 's on a ROLL? Yes. Yes. 90 K ought to be coming up shortly. I've got to do some things

All right, _000. here; right?

4063

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT

Don't No,

see any STEAM

PRESSURE? coming - -

I'm watching your -

for it; it should be

What's

- - any time, Ed. Okay. Now at 1000, you would bit of manual flying, Jet. 1000 ? 0kay. - is your last

CDR SPT 039 15 09 56 PLT

4000 was a check, if you had to fly it yourself. Okay. there Okay. STEAM MARK. Okay. Okay. S-BAND Verify. HIGH; NORMAL POWER AMPLIFIER, HIGH. Time is 34 and the drogues are 3527 comes the STEAM PRESSURE up. STEAM PRESSURE pegged coming up. Good.

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PRESSURE

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PLT SPT

verified. feet per

Okay. And when we get down to 1000 second there - Okay.

CDR SPT

- - give you a call. We got some super - I guess we're going through Mach. Wonder when the heck you do hit Mach. i000 feet per second is - Okay,
ses/1.

039 15 i0 _i

PLT

start bringing

your

altimeter

into the

SPT CDE

Okay. Okay,

We' re going to 50 K. stand by for 50.

/

h06h

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CDR PLT

MARK.

50 K. BOOST/_Y; SECS FYRO, two,

CABIN PRESSURE, to ARM.

CC

... 02 reset valves

to

...

BOOST/ENTRY
CC CDR ... you used since the ...

SECS ARM to PYR0; they're - they're - they're ARMed. SECS, PYRO ARM; right. Right. We're looking for 40 K. MARK. 40 K.

PLT CDR PLT 039 15 ll 03 CDR SPT PLT CDR SPT

Stand by, Crip. Okay, 30 K. Give me a mark at 30 K.

Okay, we got 35 now. At 30 you want AUTO. ELS LOGIC, on, up and EIS to

039 15 ii 19

CDR

MARK 30 K. EIS LOGIC, on, up. EI_ to AUTO. Coming up on 24, as dogue - drogues ought to make it. You got your CABIN PRESSURE both, to B00ST/ENTRY? They're Yea' at BOOST/ENTRY. ... RELIEF valves,

SPT

039 15 ll 29

CDR PLT SPT PLT SPT

There

go the drogues.

Good show' Beaut iful ' Att ababy, drogues. Okay.

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Two drogues. Two good drogues. Last one coming up. 16,000, Roger. 0kay, Ed. CM PROPELLANT, Don'ttwo, off, at 16,000. Okay.

don't sweat it; 02 FLOW HIGH. 12,000 feet.

We are in fat city. Stand by for mains. 12,000, Crip. We got three

There go the drogues. mains'

Mains are unreefed. Beautiful. We got three good ones? Okay, the mains are unreefed_ open full.

We're looking good, Crip. Oh, look at those beautiful - What a beautiful sight'

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OF TRANSCRIPTION

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036 01 57 06

CDR

DATA off. Your quench system, it Just stinks. That's a shame. Okay. Ok_, I'm du,T.Ing the canister. Water's boiling like _ad in there. Now, you can see that the water did 6o a good Job of quenching the paper. But we did get a flash at first, and it did brighten up. The fire tur_ed from blue to whites and yellows, and - and then it did quench and go out. Okay, this is the CDR going r,,mher 24 is next. off the line. Sample

036 01 58 00

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036 01 59

20

CDR

Okay, this is the CDR. I now have s_ple 23 out in _ hand, and the water very definitely did arrest the fire. Stopped it cold. We have a lot of - we have about 30 percent white paper left, and it's all burned around the edges. And it's very wet. So I guess the quench system did work okay this time with me yanking on it. But it's too bad that lower nozzle doesn't work. Oks_, l've got to clean off the camera for it again. This is something that has to be done every time. CDR out. Okay. This is the CDR. The time is 02:1_ Zulu, and I took time out to go talk to my family. We're now starting on specimen number 24, which is the - the cloth; which I don't feel too terribly warm about any more, except the doggone stuff puts itself out. Although I guess I should feel warm; that's kind of - the kind of stuff I'd llke to have flight suits mad e out of Just a little burn, and then puts itself out.

036 01 59 53 036 02 i_ 32

CDR CDR

CDR

Okay, I've got it inserted. The port is cleaned off. The valves are all closed, l'm closing the hatch now. See if the REPRESS valve is closed. We're going to POWER, ON. Here come the SAMPLE I.D. i0 seconds. System is ready. We're d_-,_ng the houselights. Okay. Now, I must be quick with this one. Stand by MARK. There's the start. Quench is on. Hey, that put it out right now. Okay. That was pretty good. Now what I did - I didn't wait for twothirds to go because I knew darned good and well that two-thirds of it wasn't going to burn. So,

036 02 15 39

CDR

3966 /--x Just as soon as it got started, you will see in your - in your film, I hit it with water. And the water Just flat put it out _mmediately. In fact, there's a great big bubble of water Just sitting right on the fire area. So it must of I got a direct hit with the nozzle, and it put it out. 036 02 16 22 CDR The fire to me looked the same as it did in the other cases. So, there's nothing wrong there. The sample itself was in excellent condition when I put it in the - the wires, and then the ceramic was not cracked on this one. It's in good shape. In fact, it's still in perfect shape. No, I beg your pardon, the ignition wire broke. Ignition wire is torn loose at one end. Okay. So that's it for sample number 24. And, I guess that must be the end of it for the - for the quench system, I hope. POWER is OFF. And now let's move on to the others. CDR going off the line. Day 036. SPT out. Jet, could you close £hat Sure can. SPT at 02:24. T._mb volume measurements. Subject, SPT. Day 81. Left leg. Positions 1 through 25: 18.9, 18.9, 19.7, 22.7, 25.2, 28.0, 31.3, 3h.0, 34.2, 33.0, 32.1, 31.3, 33.0, 35.8, 35.5, 35.4, 37.3, 41.0, 41.7, 45.0, 48.1, 50.9, 51.0, 52.1, 52.7. Left arm. Positions 1 through 19: 17.0, 16.8, 17.5, 18.2, 21.0, 23.0, 24.9, 26.2, 27.2, 27.5, 27.0, 26.9, 26.2, 27.9, 29.6, 29.0, 29.6, 30.0, 30.6. The expired - the inspired chest : 96.9 ; expired, 89.3. Waist : 80. O. Hips : 82.6. And on mission - on - on the day of the year 30, we had center of mass measurement of 26.3. On day of the year 30, we had for the CDR, a center of mass measurement of 24.8. Then again on day of the year 30, for the PLT, we had a center of mass measurement of 22.6. speaker up there, please? XUV M0N data taken at 02:20.

036 02 17 16 036 02 18 58 036 02 19 04 036 02 23 51

CDR SPT SPT SPT CDR

036 02 24 16

SPT

SPT