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ADDENDUM DATA REPORT
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MERCURY - ATLAS MISSION 5 (MA-5 Spacecraft 9)

Prepared "by THE ENGINEERING DATA OFFICE

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Thls material contains Information affecting the w3, Title 18, U.S.C.,

[ONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER Langley Air Force Base, Virginia - - - - December 11, 1961

ADDENDUM DATA REPORT
FOR

MERCURY - ATLAS NO. 5 (MA-5)

(NASA-TM-X=6939G) M E R C U R Y : ATLfiS MISSION 5 ( M A - 5 SPACECRAFT 9) Addendum Data Report ( N A S A ) 1^9 p 00/99 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER Langley Air Force Base, Virginia December 11, This do: United States" Sections 793 and 794. in any manner to an 1961

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national defense of the age Laws, Title 18, U.S.C., the revelation of its contents by law.

INTRODUCTION

This report is a supplement to the Postlaunch Memorandum Report of the Mercury-Atlas Mission No. 5 (reference l). It is a compilation of time histories of quantities measured onboard the capsule during the flight and recorded on an onboard tape recorder. No attempt will "be made in this paper to evaluate the performance of the various capsule systems since this is the function of the Postlaunch Memorandum Report. In order to present the majority of the data as early as possible after the flight, verification of the presentation has been limited to spot checks. Consequently, a few errors may be found in subsequent more detailed analyses. This early presentation of complete time histories of onboard data has been made possible by use of automatic and semi-automatic data handling equipment under contract to MSC. These data presentations are available to analysis teams one week after launch.

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DATA PRESENTATION

The data are presented in the form of time-history plots grouped according to areas of interest. The following table lists the various groups of figures. Sequence of Events information is also included. A more detailed listing is presented in the Table of Figures. Major Headings Sequence of Events Automatic Stabilization and Control System Electrical Functions Command Receivers Environmental Functions External and Equipment Temperatures Pressures Accelerations Heat Survey

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SEQUENCE OF EVENTS

Lift-off Range zero

10:07:57.05 10:07:57

e.s.t., November 29, 1961 Time From Range Zero

Tower release Tower escape rocket ignite Spacecraft separation Retroattitude command Retrorocket no. 1 fire Retrorocket no. 2 fire Retrorocket no. 3 fire Retrorocket assembly jettison 0.05g relay Drogue parachute deploy Antenna fairing release Main parachute deploy Landing First Orbit Time of darkness, earth Time of darnkess, spacecraft Second Orbit Time of darkness, earth Time of darkness, spacecraft

00:02:33-8

00:02:33.8 00:05:02.9 03:00:15 03:00:15 03:00:20
0:02 30:5

03:01:11* 03:09:41 03:15:36 03:16:09 0:60 31:9 03:20:59
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01:55:00 01:58:30

0:00 24:0 02:36:48

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List of Figures

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control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control control

system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system system

T 0:02 00:0 T = 0:42 00:0 T = 0 :9 :00 0 0 T = 0 : 3: 0 0 0 4 T = 0:82 01:0 T = 00 : 23 :00 T = 0:74 02:0 T = 00:32:20 T = 00:37:00 T = 0 :l:00 4 4 T = 0 :6 :0 0 4 2 T = 00:51:00 T = 00 :55 :40 T = 0:02 10:0 T = 01 :05 :00 T = 0:94 10:0 T = 0:42 11:0 T = 01 :19 :00 T = 01:23:40 T = 01:28:20 T = 01:33:00 T = 01:37:40 T = 01:42:20 T = 0:70 14:0 T = 0:14 15:0 T = 01:56:20 T = 0:10 20:0 T = 02 :05 :40 T = 0:02 21:0 T = 0:50 21:0 T = 02:19:40 T = 02:24:20 T = 02:29*X> T = 02:33:40 T = 0:62 25:0 T = 0:30 24:0 T = 02 :47 :40 T = 02:52:20 T ^0 : 7 0 25:0 T = 0:14 30:0

00 : 4 2 0:0 00 : 9 0 0:0 0 4 00 : 3 : 0 00 : 8 2 1:0 OO : 23:00 00 : 7 4 2:0 00 :32:20 00 : 37:00 00 : l : 0 4 4 00 : 6 2 4:0 00 : 1 0 5:0 00 :55 :40 0:0 01 : 0 2 0:0 01 : 5 0 01 : 9 4 0:0 01 :l4:20 01 : 9 : 0 1 0 01 : 23:40 01 : 8 2 2:0 01 : 3 0 3:0 01 : 7 : 0 3 4 01 : 2 2 4:0 01 : 7 0 4:0 01 : 1 : 0 5 4 01 . 5 : 0 •6 2 0:0 02 : 1 0 0:0 02: 5 4 1:0 02 : 0 2 1:0 02 : 5 0 02 : 19:40 2:0 02: 4 2 2:0 02 : 9 0 3:0 02 : 3 ^ 02: 38:20 4:0 02: 3 0 02:1»7 :40 02 :52:20 02:57 : 0 0 0:0 03 : 1 4 0:0 03 : 6 2

List of Figures (continued) Figure Number 41 42 . 43 44 1*5 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Title Time

MA-5 Automatic stabilization and control system T = 03:06:20 - 05:11:00 MA-5 Automatic stabilization and control system T = 03:11:00 - 03:15:40 MA-5 Automatic stabilization and control system T = 03:15:40 - 03:20:20 MA-5 Reaction control system - manual and automatic fuel (H202) supply pressure T = 0 : 0 2 - 00:06:20 00:0 MA-5 Reaction control system - manual and automatic fuel (H202) supply pressure T = 0 : 6 2 - 01 :40 :00 00:0 MA-5 Reaction control system - manual and automatic fuel (H202) supply pressure T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:09:40 14:0 MA-5 Reaction control system - manual and automatic fuel ( ^ H ) supply pressure T = 03:09:40 - 03:17:00 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T =0:02 - 0:60 00:0 00:0 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T =0:60 - 0:00 00:0 14:0 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T = 01:40:00 - 03:09:00 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T = 02:58:00 - 03:02:40 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T = 03:09:40 - 03:16:20 MA-5 Electrical system - 115 vac, 7 vac, d-c amps, d-c volts, isolated and standby bus, ASCS volts, blood pressure pump volts T = 03:16:20 - 03:23:00 MA-5 Command receivers T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:20:00 00:0 . MA-5 Environmental control system - primary and secondary oxygen pressure, coolant pressure T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:25:00 00:0 MA-5 Environmental control system - cabin suit inlet and body temperature T = 0:00 - 0:00 00:0 11:0 MA-5 Environmental control system - cabin suit inlet and body temperature T =0:00 - 0:00 11:0 22:0 MA-5 Environmental control system - cabin suit inlet and body temperature T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:11:40 22:0 . MA-5 Environmental control system - cabin suit inlet and body temperature T = 03:12:30 - 02:30:00

List of Figures (concluded)

Figure Number 135 154 1J5 136 137 138 139

Title MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 59, 60, 67 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 59, 60, 67 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 59, 60, 67 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment Vf, k8, U<j, 50 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment kj, 1*8, 1*9, 50 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment Vf, 48, ^9, 50 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 52, 5^, 55, 56, 57, 58 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 52, 5^, 55, 56, 57, 58 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 52, 5^, 55, 56 57, 58 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 18, 30, 53, 65 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 18, 30, 53, 65 MA-5 Temperature survey - segment 18, 30, 53, 65 MA-5 Spacecraft axis diagram MA-5 Spacecraft instrumentation system block diagram

Time T = 0:00 - 0:00 00:0 11:0 T =0:00 - 0:00 11:0 22:0 T = 0:00 - 0:00 22:0 33:0 T = 0:00 - 0:00 00:0 11:0 T =0:00 - 0:00 11:0 22:0 T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:30:00 22:0 T =0:00 -0:00 00:0 11:0 T =0:00 -0:00 11:0 22:0 T T T T =0:00 22:0 = 0:00 00:0 =0:00 11:0 =0:00 22:0 - 03:30:00 - 0:00 11:0 -0:00 22:0 - 03:30:00

List of Figures (continued) Figure Number
101 102 105 104

Title MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature MA-5 Temperature 15, 16 MA-5 Temperature survey survey survey survey survey survey survey segment segment segment segment segment segment segment

Time

105 106 107 108 109

5, 6, 36, 72 5, 6, 36, 72 5, 6, 36, 72 7, 8, 9, 10 1, 8, 9, 10 1, 8, 9, 10 19, 11, 12, Ik,

T T T T T T

= = = = = =

00 :00 :00 01 :10 :00 02 :20 :00 00 :00 :00 01 :10 :00 02 :20 :00

- 01: 10:00 - 02 :20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 01:10:00 - 02 :20:00 - 03 : 30:00

T = 00 :00 :00 - 01: 10:00 T = 01 :10 :00 - 02 :20:00 - 01: 10:00 - 02 :20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 01 : 10:00 - 02 : 20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 01: 10:00 - 02 :20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 01: 10:00 - 02 : 20:00 - 03 :30:00 - 01:10 :00 - 02 : 20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 01:10:00 - 02 :20:00 - 03 : 30:00 - 00 : 11:40 - 00 : 11:40

survey - sgement 19, 11, 12, 14, survey - segment 19, 11, 12, Ik, survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey survey segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment segment

15, 16
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110 112

113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
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130
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2k, 2k, 2k,

T = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 = 00 :00 :00 = 01 :10 :00 = 02 :20 :00 T = 00 :00 :00 85, 87, 88 T = 00 :00 :00

66, 25, 79 T 66, 25, 79 T 66, 25, 79 T T 62, 63 T 62, 63 T 62, 63 T 29, 31 T 29, 31 T 29, 31 T 28, 21 T 28, 21 T 28, 21 T 34, 35 T 34, 35 T 34, 35 T 40, 42 40, 42 T T ko, k2

- 03 :30:00

T = 00 :00 :00 - 01 : 10:00 T = 01 :10 :00 - 02 : 20:00 T = 02 :20 :00 - 03 : 30:00

survey - segment 73, 7k, 75, 76 survey - segment 73, 7k, 75, 76

List of Figures (continued) Figure Number
81*
85

Title MA-5 Accelerations - longitudinal, lateral and normal accelerations MA-5 Accelerations - longitudinal, lateral and normal accelerations Not available at time of publication MA-5 Yaw data converter - roll to yaw and yaw torquer voltage MA-5 ^aw fl^ta converter - roll to yaw and yaw torquer voltage MA-5 Yaw data converter - roll to yaw and torquer voltage .

Time T = 0 : 0 0 - 03:30:00 00:0 T = 03:10:00 - 0^:25:00 T =0:02 -0:60 00:0 00:0 T = 0 : 6 0 - 01:55:00 00:0 T = 01:35:00 - 03:10:00

86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 9^ 95 96 97
99 100

These figures have been deleted from report.

List of Figures (continued)

Figure Number 60 61 62 63 6k 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

Title MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate MA-5 Environmental control system - pulse rate Not available at time of publication Not available at time of publication Not available at time of publication Not available at time of publication MA-5 External temperatures - fuel line and retrorocket temperatures MA-5 External temperatures - fuel line and retrorocket temperatures MA-5 External temperatures - fuel line and retrorocket temperatures MA-5 External temperatures - fuel line and retrorocket temperatures MA-5 Electrical temperatures - transmitter and inverter temperatures MA-5 Electrical temperatures - transmitter and inverter temperatures MA-5 Electrical temperatures - transmitter and inverter temperatures MA-5 Electrical temperatures - transmitter and inverter temperatures MA-5 Pressures - cabin, static, primate capsule, and C>2 partial pressures MA-5 Pressures - cabin, static, primate capsule, and 02 partial pressures MA-5 Pressures - cabin, static, primate capsule, and 02 partial pressures MA-5 Pressures - cabin, static, primate capsule, and O partial pressures T T T T T T T T

Time = 00:00:00 = 00:28:00 = 00:56:00 = 01:24:00 = 01:52:00 = 02:20:00 = 02:48:00 = 03:16:00 00:28:00 00:56:00 01:24:00 01:52:00 02:20:00 02:48:00 03:16:00 03:25:00

T = 0:00 00:0 T =0:00 05:0 T =0:50 20:0 T =0:14 31:0 T = 0:00 00:0 T = 0:00 11:0 T =0:00 22:0 T =0:50 31:0 T = 0:00 00:0 T =0:00 11:0 T = 0:00 22:0 T = 03:13:20

00:45:00 0:00 20:0 0:00 31:0 03:23:20 0:00 11:0 0:00 22:0 0:50 31:0 03:25:00 0:00 05:0 0:00 22:0 03:13:20 03:25:00

Telemetered and Recorded Data (continued) Commutator segment (high and low TM link unless otherwise specified)

Receivers Command receiver, off-on Command receiver "A", signal strength Command receiver "B", signal strength Environmental Functions Og supply pressure, primary ©2 supply pressure, secondary Coolant pressure Cabin temperature, left probe Cabin temperature, right probe Suit inlet temperature, no. 1 Suit inlet temperature, no. 2 Primate body temperature Oxygen mode switching

Instrument Range on-off

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External Equipment Temperatures low thruster line temperature, +roll low thruster line temperature, -roll Low thruster line temperature, -yaw Retrorocket temperature High link transmitter temperature Low link transmitter temperature 150 v-amp inverter temperature 250 v-amp inverter temperature Pressures Chimp capsule (suit) pressure Cabin air pressure Static pressure pressure Accelerations X axis acceleration Y axis acceleration Z axis acceleration Z axis acceleration
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to +160°F to +l60°F to 1 0 F 6° to 3 0 F 0° - 10F 7° - 10F 7° to +320°F to +320°F

82 67L 6

0 0 0 0

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±30g

Telemetered and Recorded Data (continued) Commutator segment (high and low TM link unless otherwise specified) continuous continuous continuous

Stabilization and Control Rate, pitch, deg/sec Rate, roll, deg/sec Rate, yaw, deg/sec Reaction controls fuel (H202) supply pressure, automatic Reaction controls fuel ( / ) H^ supply pressure, manual Horizon scanner ignore, pitch Horizon scanner ignore, roll Horizon scanner output, pitch Horizon scanner output, roll Roll-to-yaw command signal, high gain Roll-to-yaw command signal, low gain Yaw torquer signal ASCS slaving signal Electrical Functions 3-volt reference Zero-volt reference 7-volt a-c monitor D-c current D-c voltage 115-volt a-c monitor, fan bus 115 volt a-c monitor, ASCS bus 18-volt d-c isolated bus monitor 18-volt d-c standby bus monitor Blood pressure pump voltage Standby inverter (on)

Instrument Range

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0 - 2400 psi on-off on-off -40° to +40° -4o° to +4o° (2 volts in to 2 volts out of phase) (l6 volts in to 16 volts out of phase) (20 volts in to 20 volts out of phase) on-off

2.62 to 3 0 .5 volts d-c

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Telemetered and Recorded Data (continued) Commutator segment (high and low TM link unless othervise specified)

Onboard Time Time since launch Time since launch Time since launch Time since launch Time since launch Time to retrograde Time to retrograde Time to retrograde Time to retrograde Time to retrograde Calibrate signal

Instrument Range 0 - 100 percent

0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to 0 to

10 1 10 1 10 10 1 10 1 10

second minute minute hour hour second minute minute hour hour

32 28

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Stabilization and Control Attitude, pitch, deg Attitude, roll, deg Attitude, yaw, deg _ High thrust + pitch'1 High thrust - pitch High thrust + roll , High thrust - roll ' High thrust + yaw High thrust - yaw x Low thrust + pitch ~ Low thrust - pitch Low thrust + roll Low thrust - roll Low thrust + yaw Low thrust - yaw

Solenoids

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APPENDIX

The measured data were recorded onboard the spacecraft on two tape recorders and a special recording oscillograph. In addition to the standard instrumentation the spacecraft was also equipped with a number of thermocouples for a heating survey. Two strain gage bridges were installed on the adapter to assist in the study of aerodynamic buffeting. The buffeting data will be reduced and analyzed by Langley Research Center. This preliminary report will present data from standard instrumentation and heating survey instrumentation. The various measurements made are listed below and a block diagram (figure 146) shows the manner in which the measurements were recorded and telemetered.

Telemetered and Recorded Data Commutator segment (high and low TM link unless otherwise specified)

Events Tower release Tower escape rocket ignite Spacecraft separation Retroattitude command Retrorocket no. 1 fire Retrorocket no. 2 fire Retrorocket no. 5 fire Retrorocket assembly jettison 0.05g relay Drogue parachute deploy Antenna fairing release Main parachute deploy Periscope retract Mayday Escape hatch off

Instrument Range on-off

46 6l 47 48 50 51 52 55 87 54 55 56 72 60 57

Parameter Left Side Window - Inner Pane High Pitch Down (Thrust Chamber) Low Pitch Down (Thrust Chamber) Manual Pitch Down (Thrust Chamber)- Top (Manual No. 2*0 Low Roll CW (Thrust Chamber) Heat Shield - Attaching Point Horizon Scanner - Roll Antenna Compartment - Fiberglass Outer Surface ( 1 l Z9) Retrorocket Package ( 8 , TY, XO.O) Z8 Retrorocket Package ( 8 , BY, RX) Z8 Retrorocket Package ( 8 , BY, LX) Z8 Retrorocket Package (Retrorocket - Right) .

Segment Number 60 6l 62 63 65 66 67 72 73 7^ 75 76

Retrorocket Package (Retrorocket - Bottom)
Retrorocket Package (Explosive Bolt) Deep Heat Shield (BY 1.5, LX 2.1*)

77
78 79

Adapter Sides - Outer Skin (Z79.5, TY)
Adapter Retaining Ring Cover (Z104.5, XO, BY) Escape Tower (Z257-0, XO, TXl)

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83 85

Pylon Explosive Bolt Cover ( 1 4 6 Z8.)
Pylon Explosive Bolt Cover Synch Pulse Synch Pulse

87
88 89 90

Segments 18, 26, 37, ^1, U5, k6, 51, 53, 6k, 68, 69, 70, 71, 80, 82, 8k, and 86 were not used.

HEATING SURVEY (LOW LEVEL) COMMUTATOR POINT ASSIGNMENT

Parameter Zero Reference ( -3mv) Full Scale Reference (+ 13mv)'

Segment Number 1 2

Reference Junction ( 0 to 135°) 6° Reference Junction ( 0 to 90° F) 7°
UHF Power Transmitter ( 1 6 5 Z0.) 5

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S Band Beacon (Z107-5)
Cabin Air Temperature ( 1 1 5 Z0.) Cabin Air Temperature (Z1^5.5) Heat Exchanger - outlet Heat Exchanger - inlet HO HpOp Line Conical Section - Auto (Z126.5) Line Conical Section - Manual (Z126.5)

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Low Pitch Down (Fuel Line) ' H202 Line to 2k Ib Chamber - Top (Z168.5) H202 Tank - Manual (XO.O) H202 Tank - Auto (XO.O)

Heat Shield - Bulkhead Cap (Z109-5)
Low Yaw Right (Fuel Line) Low Pitch Up (Fuel Line) -

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Inner Skin Below Reaction Control Jets (Z177.0,LX2,TY13)
Recovery Compartment - Internal Structure Recovery Compartment - Inner Skin (Z1?9.LX,TY)

21
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Ablation Shield - Shield Inboard Surface (RX33, TYl) Ablation Shield - Shield Inboard Surface (LX1, YO)

2k 25

Low Pitch Up (Thrust Chamber) Parachute Compartment - Outer Skin ( 1 8 TY) Z7, Emergency Egress Hatch - Outer Skin, Bottom Low Yaw Right (Thrust Chamber) - (Attenuated) Emergency Egress Hatch - Outer Skin, Top Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z15^.5, TY) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z154-5, BY) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z15^.5, LX) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z126.5, TY) Emergency Egress Hatch - Percussion Igniter, (Z126.5) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z126.5, BY) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z107, TY) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (Z10T, BY) Conical Section Sides - Outer Skin (ZIOT, LX) Tower to Capsule Retaining Ring - Top (Zl8*4-.5) Tower to Capsule Retaining Ring - Bottom (Z18U.5) Ablation Shield - Between .06 and .2 Fiberglass (LX1, BYl) Ablation Shield - Between .06 and .2 Fiberglass (RX33, TY3) Ablation Shield - Between .2 Fiberglass and Honeycomb (LX1, TYl) Ablation Shield - Between .2 Fiberglass and Honeycomb (RX33, TY2) Hat Section - No. 12 Stringer, Bottom (Z12T) Hat Section - No. 12 Stringer, Top ( 1 ? Z2) Hat Section - No. 2k Stringer, Bottom (7i°) Hat Section - No. 2k Stringer, Bottom (Z127) Hat Section - No. 2k Stringer, Side (Z127) Hat Section - No. 2k Stringer, Top ( 1 7 Z2) Left Side Window - Bolt

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Astronaut figure shown here is for reference.

PITCH Pitch is defined as the rotation of the capsule about its X-axis. The pitch angle is zero degrees ( ° when the Z-axis lies in a horizontal 0) plane. Using the astronaut's right side as a reference, positive pitch is achieved by counterclockwise rotation from the zero degree ( ° 0) plane. The rate of this rotation is the capsule pitch rate and is positive in the direction shown.
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ROLL Roll is defined as the rotation of the capsule about its Z-axis. Clockwise rotation of the. capsule, as viewed from behind the astronaut, is called right roll and is defined as positive ( + ). When the X-axis of the capsule lies in a horizontal plane, the roll angle is zero degrees ( ° . 0) ACCELEROMETER POLARITY WITH RESPECT TO GRAVITY With the capsule in the launch position the Z-axis will be perpendicular to the earth's surface and the Z-axis accelerometer will read +1 "G".

Yaw is defined as the rotation of the capsule about its Y-axis. Clockwise rotation of the capsule when viewed from above the astronaut, is called right yaw and is defined as positive. Yaw angle is considered zero degrees ( ° when 0) the capsule is in normal orbital position (blunt end of capsule facing line of flight). When the positive Z-axis of the capsule is directed along the orbital flight path (recovery end of capsule facing line of flight), the yaw angle is 1 0 . 8°

Figure 1^5.- MA-5 Spacecraft axis diagram.

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This MA-5 Addendum Data Report has the following distribution: Office of Director (2) Office of Associate Director (2) Office of Operations Director (l) MSC Files (5) MSC Cape Files (U) Mercury AMR Projects Office (l) NASA Headquarters, Attn: Mr. G. M. Low, DM (3) Astronauts and Training Office (8) Reliability and Flight Safety Office (l) Technical Services Office (l) Flight Systems Division Office (2) Assistant Chief for Advanced Projects (l) Assistant Chief, Mercury Support (l) Flight Dynamics Branch (3) Systems Engineering Branch (3) Electrical Systems Branch (3) Structures Branch (3) Preflight Operations Division Office (6) Capsule Systems Branch (U) Instrumentation Branch (3) Inspection Office (l) Launch Coordination Office (2) Flight Operations Division Office (2) Assistant Chief, Flight Operations Division (l) Operations Coordinator (l) Recovery Branch (2) Mission Analysis Branch (2) Flight Control Branch (2) Network Coordination Office (l) Data Coordination Office (5) Engineering Division Office (U) Assistant Chief, Project Engineering (l) Project Engineering Branch (Hangar S) (2) NASA Representative's Office at MAC (10) Life Systems Division Office (k) Crew Equipment Branch (2) Aerospace Medical Branch (2) Engineering Data Office (4) Contract Engineering Branch (2)

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