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CC Skylab, this is Houston. i minute to LOS. Next station contact is Canary Islands in 2 minutes at 16:59. Out. CC Skylah, this is Houston through Canary and Ascension Islands for 16 minutes. Out. SPT Houston, SPT. Over. CC Go ahead, SPT. SPT We've got the Nikon 05 on to continue on with the stereo photography - the IR photography and found we can't advance it now we're up to a reading of 45 and it's behaving as though that's all there is on the film. CC Okay. Is that on the countup or the countdown cou _er? SPT That's the countup. We've got a manual and there's no countdown on it. CC Okay and that's NK05? SPT Affirmative. CC Okay. Just go ahead and press on with NK04 and CX55. SPT We got pictures of the CDR with NK4 and it's depleted. CC Understand the NK04 is depleted. Okay. Stand by. CC Skylab, this is Houston. Over. SPT Go ahead. CC Roger. Reload NK04 with CXI9 out of F510H series, Over. CDR Okay. Wait I0 seconds and say again. CC Okay Skylab, this is Houston. Reload NK04 with cassette CXI9 out of H30 in the film vault of F510. Over. SPT Roger. It'll work. CDR Bruce, is the tape recorder being dumped? CC Negative, Jet. CDR Okay, thanks. CC Skylah, this is Houston. Over. CDR Go ahead. CC Roger. We're going to command CBRM 9 regulator off for this nighttime pass and give you a little background on why we're doing this right now. We've noted a phenomenon on CBRM 9 which is associated with the behavior of the third electrode of the battery and basically what it's done is extended the charge/dlscharge cycle of this battery and CBRM to 2 orbits instead of the normal one. So that right now, what you're doing is getting a normal charge on every other daylight pass and then not charging on the ones in between. This is an anomally that's been seen in ground tests and are planned to fix it involved taking it off of the load during this night

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Is _y breath Yes.

All right. Let me cut it down a little more. We ought to be able to breathe without activating the VOX system. Do you hear any_;hing now? Yes. The trouble continuously ... is that when we talk

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That's not the !_oint Ed I want to know that I'm not triggering when I breathe. So I want to know if you can hear me breathing. All right; go ahead.

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(Hea_-ybreathing) No action, negative. Okay, good. set right. Jet. Yes. No, I don't - you're going to have change it a little bit more. I have some ... Okay, I'll step it up Just a tad. You are not on VOX here, are you? Well, if you can hear me talking I am. to Then I have the sentivity

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That's right, I'm on the - I'm on the com but. ... the VOX ... All right. How is it now?

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... I'm still ... sensitive so make it a little bit more All right, coming. How's that?

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... any more, Jer, ... to me. How about that? Sounds great.

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That 's about right. Okay, good. PLT, this is Houston. We're reading you and SPT loud and clear. How are you reading us? ... 5 square. That's right, loud and clear.

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Okay. CDR, Houston. How aye you reading me? I'm reading PLT and SPT okay. I'm reading you loud and clear. me ? l'z_ reading you loud and clear, Bruce. Which is mighty fine. We've got a LOS. Next station contact in lh minutes at Hawaii at 17:O1. Out. How

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Main CSM control there. right here. either.

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Are all your other circuit breakers in and all your switches that - Yes. - - left-hand panel except for backup? They sure are. Status backup? Tha_ 's right. ... circuit breakers

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What are you showing for a position of the door now? The door is open. ... That is correct. CDR, this is Houston. Go ahead, Houston. That panel 202, we'd like you to check circuit breaker SUIT UMBILICAL SYSTEM1, LCG PUMP, PRIMARY. Over.

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Okay, Bruce, SPT. I'm getting good flow out here. I Just went to MAX to the verify it, and I'm getting good flow.

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EV-1. Those breakers are all up in good shape, and we still feel good cooling. Ok, Jer. We can Just hear you in the background. Understand you' re saying that you believe you have good flow on board. ... It feels okay and we haven't felt any change in it. And the SUS 1 Yes, all of the SUS 1 and SUS 2 circuit breakers are CLOSED D. Ok, thank you. It's probably a transducer problem. Okay. Ed, look down. Lake Michigan. We're right over

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i'd like to check and see if I can cause the STATUS LIGHTING BACKUP circuit breaker ... ready light to get on with this evaluation. Number 1 I believe is all you need, Jer. CDE, Houston. On the left hand side of the C&D panel, would you check the ALERT STATUS LIGHTING switch and make sure it's in the VARIABLE position. Ore r. Okay, it is now. Did that solve your problem? Sure did .... Okay. READY light is on; MODE switch to TIME; START/STOP to START and then STCP.

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We got a decrement in the goodie. We got a - Ready light's good; POWER/DOORS, our t_kback is white. We're in good shape. Let's check the XUV SLIT now. ... we're coming up on a good front. Getting a good line of thunder bumpers. Yes. Okay. Be through here in Just a minute you guys. You know we been working - We're - we're rubber-necking. That's right. We've been working so hard inside that - inside the spacecraft, we never really had time to look out and see all this. Okay, the 82B door should be open now, Ed, _d I got a READY light. I g_ess B door is open and A door's open. Okay. I'm going to TIM. Went to pickle off one frame. Looks good; we have a READY light. PO_,_R/D00RS switch is OFF. Right - right across Cape Hatteras.

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82A door, closing now. Okay. The thermal curtain now which SI-3 put up is also turning brown; all except for a few folds where it doesn't receive stmlight. Roger, Ed, we're copying you, and we're with you here for about 7 minutes through Merritt Island. Roger.

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Oh boy, there's the _hole state of Florida. I'll tell you, in this position is kind of hard to see. There it is. We can see all the way down the eastern seaboard. Yes. Like they must have an awfully good day up there in the northeast; close to the coastline, clear. Okay, Ed, can you see 82A, 82B, and XUV MON doors are all closed? That's verified; all three are closed.

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Okay. Now going to roll the canister which will allow you access to the H-alpha 2 operture. I tell you what, it 's setting right in front of me. What roll do they recommend? Well, they're command 4200 and right now we are looking at 6990 - 91. l'ii tell you what; ... right between the handrails which we needed to hold on here. It's right here in front of me. Let me take the - Way don't you read the procedures on, and if I have trouble, well we'll roll it.

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Okay. Retract the manual operature release pin from H-alpha 2 door, turning counterclockwise until free, and then pull. Counterclockwise; in works. Okay. Now we'll see if the ... bindsup in it a little bit. Okay, Manually move the failed door clear of theaperture, and then lift the latch to hold the door open.

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Okay, been out an hour and a half you guys. 3.65 and no light. Stand by on mine. Okay. Okay. That latch is lifted.

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Okay. All right, Ed, stand clear, I'm going to - I'm going to roll the canister. Wait a minute; wait a minute. the phone. Okay, go ahead. Okay, I don't have to move it very far. Boy, that;s a real sight. I'm looking into the H-alpha filter which is reflecting my image off of - the image off of m_ visor of the whole ATM. Canister' s rolling, Ed. camera for this I see three ***sing images of my visor. did you, Jer? Hold

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Sounds beautiful. ***a one .... overlapping overlapping four to the because of the curvatuse You didn't go very far,

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No, I didn't have to go far at all. Okay. I'm still twitching it. That H-alpha filter, when I move off of the side, I can see Just a little bit of dust on it. You know, a little bit of reflection of small particles on the surface of it. But I would say it's - clean. But I can see that small dust reflection. It looks as though there's several different sizes of particles too. Some ... large which

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I can see and then a relatively uniform smattering of smaller ones. 326 19 18 h2 CDB Okay Bill, turn on the DAC, and Ed, head for the VT foot restraints. Okay. In works.

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Hey, if any of the guys in the backroom want any descriptions out here, I'll be glad to give it to them. Okay. the re. Better I'm sure they're all ears back

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ask the questions.

Seem to be answering them all so far. Ain't easy when you invent them. Okay. Okay. Okay. I'm in ready on the VTs. Give me a status check. Ev-l, no lights and 3.65.

***.65, no lights for EV-2. Okay. Bill, EXTEND the SUN END BOOM, and, Ed, get the BS tree ready to put on it. Okay .... Done.

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When the boom gets there, Ed, you want to attach the BS tree such that the shoe is toward the AM. ... Skylah, Houston; 1 minute to LOS, Bermuda. Next station contact in i0 minutes through Asscension at 19:30. And just for your information, we're back within a couple of percent of nominal on Y-axis momentum and only about 30 percent off that axis.

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Okay, it's right under your left elbow there, Ed. Just a minute. up a little. Hold it - hold it

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Hold on, Just a minute here. Okay, I'll get that back out of your way, Ed. No, you're okay. Just leave it where it is. Leave it where it is. ... a little bit. Okay, now. Bring it toward me. Okay, that's good. Now, keep that shoe toward the AM. Right. You mean toward my face. Is that affirm? Is that the way you would

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The DAC is really shaking its little heart out. I didn't realize it vibrated that much. DAC - or shoe toward the A That's got to be right, Ed. Don't don't worry, I mean, I can - I can take it here. I don't think it's really too important. Okay. Okay. No, I think I got it right.

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Go ahead. Ready? Pull it in, Ed; verify and lock. Let's go. Go ahead. Okay, Ipm going to pull it in most of the way and then stop and get the DAC out of the way. Because I got the DAC here so I can get good shots of it - Okay, now I'll - Watch your umbilical here Yeah, I'll watch it. gonna clear. Yeah, that's

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Okay, Bill, when you get that in, you want to put that tree away in the receptical and then put F - S149 on. Okay. I can see where SlY9 has fit before. Picture of the 149 going out? Okay, tell you what. Before I get too much further, why don't you pull my umbilical down to the other side? Yeah. There you go. That's good.

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I have to keep moving to get out of the way, Jer, here because it's a good location here, but it's right in the way of the transfer. Okay, you got a lot of DAC to go though, so don't - don't sweat it. You got - I got - no, keep it coming. it coming. Okay. Keep

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I wasn't sure you saw it yet.

No, I got it. Say when. When. Okay.... Okay, you want to clamp it on the solar shield there, Ed. Okay, retract, Bill. Okay, retract. And you want to fold the hook when you get it, Bill. Retract fully and fold. Rog. Okay, check and deploy enabled. It's all the way clockwise. 7 seconds per rev, Ed. Yep. Why don't you come on over here? can do this one. We

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That's it. Okay.

The hook's folded.

Okay, I'm putting it right in the exact position it was previously. Okay. Good.

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Which is very easy to see. Tighten this down here. Okay, that's tight .... my tether off. I'm gonna have to come out of this one foot restraint here. Okay. Lead on, Sir. Okay, it says, "Rotate the crack slowly counterclockwise to open the arm, 7 seconds per rev." Okay. You know, that's not such a bad thing now that - now that I'm actually out here doing it because you can feel Just a little bit of resistance which is all the - you're working against all that mechanical advantage they built into this thing. You got I think most of these first few revs are involved in unlocking this. Got a fair amount of inertia to it. Get it going a little bit fast that thing will slow down to where it will hold that speed for you for the *** Okay, Ed, when you get finished, there's a restraint there that you want to fasten to the handle. Roger. I understand. ...

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It looks llke sometD-ing's starting to happen. Yep. Most of that first few revs there Dang it. You got a lot of mechanical in the lock. How's your coolant Mine 's okay. EV-I's okay. Good show. 0kay. Okay, Houston. We're Just getting the S149 panels deployed. Okay, very good. We're talking to you through Ascension. We've got about 4-1/2 minutes to LOS. Roger; and our coolant flow is - all pretty good, too. Okay, we've about concluded that It'_ a turbine-type flow transducer which is similar to the ones in the PCV A, and B lines that we've had trouble _th be fore. Okay. Let me stop here to get my wrist tether pin down here so I don't happen to hit anything with it. Sure have composites of many different samples. Lool at them all. CDR, this is Houston. advantage

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Go ahead,

Houston.

Roger. We've been tracking your progress through the EVA here, and we seem to us to be quite aways ahead of the time line. And we think everything's going along beautifully. Consequently, we see no reason for you not to go ahead with S193 operations when you come to it. If you concur and we 'we got about a half-an-hour LOS coming up here before Carnarvon, so we're going to go ahead and give you a go for 193 at the present time. Over. Okay, Bruce; thank you. Those are the words that he wanted to hear, Bruce. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome, D-day. Get to work on the shady side for a while. Incidentally, the wives called in earlier this morning and wanted me to pass up Thanksgiving greetings to you all. I told them I'd work it in at a convenient place so I guess this is it. Very good. Pass it back to them. welcome, welcome.

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Thank you, Bruce. Sorry to miss Thanksgiving with the folks, but we'll make up for it Christmas. (Laughter ) Tell them to have a little oyster gravy for us, or oysterdressing for us. Will do, Jer.

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Hey, one thing I'm thankful for is we've got a bunch of people in this country who are enthused enough about this, got enough people going to put it all together and make it work. It's a good thing. I think we all ought to be proud of it. Yes, indeed. Ed. You said a mouthful there,

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Okay, SIh9 is deployed. Okay, Ed. Hold on. Right. Okay. Let me put the locks. Fasten your restraints.

That 's that.

Okay. Egress the VT foot restraints and proceed to FAS area. Bill, you want to manage his LSU. He's coming back. Stand by. Let me get up to a position where I can get my left foot out. Okay. Is the friendly DAC behind us?

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It is. And watch your head. You're on one of the 149 panels. That's it. Yeah, I know. I'll start cinching

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Skylab, this is Houston. 1 minute to LOS. Next station contact at 26 minutes through Carnarvon at 20:00 even. And we'll be dumping the data voice tape recorder there. Out.

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Say again, Bill? What do we have coming up next? Coming up is D024. Ah, yes. D02h. It says here, when you get there, you're going to remove two pieces of tape from the D024 container holding the twin-fold sail samples. Okay, how's my umbilical It looks okay. slack? look?

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No, I feel okay. That D - that's not the D02_ down there, is it? Stand by - stand by. Should be down at Bill's feel. Yeah. Stand by. Oha, Ed's Just looking down there at something; I see. Turn around and wave at the folks ; Ed. Oh, I was looking down to see where my umbilical is. Oh, okay. Boy, that's a nuisance. Okay, we'll press on - That thing is completely completely out of my field of view. Oh, okay. It's pretty interesi you know, on that 228 ... puffing out. It must be outgossing inside.

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The foil on the 228. Yeah? It's already puffed up. One side that I can see is inflated. Appears to be inflated. Hello, Big Ed. Now, Jer, now hold on; let me take a look at our 228. Yes/l, you're right. That is inflated .... What it's outgossing from. There's one thing I wanted to do while I was here. And that's fix this thing so that it is perfectly normal to the Sum .... parallel to the rays. Okay, watch the DAC. Shit, I'm going to have to go down there and make an adjustment in the - there, that's perfect. We can actually see now, the shadowing there. Hello, J. Carr.

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Hello,

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Actually have - in the shadowing there - the bolts on the 228. ... Okay, I've got that thing perfectly normal - perfectly parallel to the Sun's rays. Good show. Okay. he re. Now DO2h. Let me get organized

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Go down and get yourself in position. Assume the V po-si-si-on, monsieur. Okay, now there's a cuff set around that thing, isn't there? Go put that on my D-ring please. ... off, is it?

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Not all the way. But I know you can - I know from experience that you can't open that. ... I'll watch it. That's on .... Jer. Go ahead and read. Okay,

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Okay, there's a couple of pieces of tape on that container that you're to take off. Okay. foot ? Where 's the - where 's that ...

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It doesn't say where to put them, you know that? It Just says, just remove the tape. Well, no. That's all right. I can remove the tape, but where do I put the other peices, though? There's a couple of pieces of gray tape on here holding the whole thing on. Yeah, it says here - Let me read it to you. Okay. It says, remove two from D024 container sail samples." And says, "Samples will lid with tape." Yeah, hold on. In parentheses. I think I've got it. Let me - let me work it here. I tell you what, Bill, if you could hold my geet, I would not have to worry about stabil - about positioning myself and - Let me turn the DAC off. peices of tape holding twin-fold that 's it. It be held to the D024

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Fold it out of the way so I don't worry about it. Okay, now, if you'll just hold onto my feet. Okay. Just a second now hold on to the I won't be putting any forces on it so it shouldn't be - no, wait a minute. No, you don't have to come out; get back in the shoes.

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Well, I got one shoe in. Oh, okay. Okay.

Okay, now, Ed. I'll read you the procedure here. It says, "Pull the twin-fold sail samples, two of the_, from the clear plastic and install them on the A side of D024 panel." The panel toward the Sun. Well, with great skill and cunning, they left that gray tape on this on this thing. Okay, now put me back down over there. A side towards the Sun? Right. Now that's not gonna be normal to the Sun. Let's see, we're going to make all our installations on the beam. Would you verify that? Yes, that' s right. ***path to the world .... in. This is like handling of them

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(Laughter) Okay. Now let me torque myself up this way, Bill, because I can't move my hands anymore. Feet up toward the top .... that door open. Let me get back in my restraint. Okay. They're on there. It's not I just got a slight overlap on the two of them, maybe about an eighth of an inch leading up to zero. I'd say that maybe 1 percent overlap or so at the most between the two of them. Now let me take my pin here which I had to pull out. Let's try to get that out of the way. All right. Now what am I supposed to do with the extra pieces that I've got here? Well, it doesn't say. Now that the extra pieces of gray tape, right? G_a'_ tape and _ Gray tape and the pieces of plastic which have cc_e off to expose the sticky surface. They really adroitly avoided that question. I'd suggest - if you can, nand them to Bill and maybe he can hang onto them until one of you could _et to a pocket, tuck them in a pocket. Te_l you what - toss them back in the airlock if you can, Bill. Okay. Okay. Now let me go back out here and try to get this - that's one I don't need out of the way. Okay. I'm - I'm did. Okay. Now. D024. I tell you what, Bill. No, go ahead and do what you're going to do.

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I know what I'Ii do. I'ii put them on the VS. That'll get rid of them. Okay, now there's also a little piece of tape here. Now just wait a minute. Take it off. Where? See right there? There;s a tab there. There you go. Okay, Jer, read on for D024 ops. Okay. It says, "In - insert container into panel B and remove tether and install pip-pin." Okay. In work.

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It's old little - finger exercises. Yep. Bill gets to do it on 193.

You guys realize this is the first time we've seen ahead of the ha time line since we've got up here?

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I'ii tell you one reason is we're doing something we were trained to do. (Laughter) I'll tell you, all that stowage Mickey Mouse was really something. i've run into more things I've never seen before. Pretty disgusting about that - I have to see something like that not work out, though. It's an interface problem.

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I might as well get a few shots of you slaving away there on the D02*** Bill, you're beginning out again. Okay. I'll tell you, putting that pipe-pin ain't no easy Job. There we go. Got it! Okay. Now. Lift latch handles two on the container, rotate counterclockwise, and lift the cover. Okay. Let me - What I think I'm going to do now is tether myself to this thing. I was noticing there ought to be some- that'sreally good - a good handrail up here to put my feet around. Okay. And let me tether this thing. What Jer? are the settings on the DAC again, changed. to cut in and

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You mean the,Oh, f/ll. Yeah, them, Uh - oh. check

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f/ll is 500. And 6 frames per second. That's Okay. about the same number. They're ! open.

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Okay.

That's in work.

Bill, that's f/ll, 500. Did i give you a - a focus distance? Infinety. Infinity. If you're going to work close here, you can change it. I think with the wide angle that's the reason I didn't. lens like

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Okay, Jer, l'm extracting and l've got the wrist tether on and locked and l'm extracting. All right. Where do I put it? All righty. It say here; Snap the strip panel to the B side nearest the container; handle toward the SAS station and remove the wrist tether. Okay, and I know they don't want little fingerprints We're coming up on sunset. ... it's the same old problem stabilizing your feet - stabilizing your body while you're trying to do a two-handed task - in restraints. Tell you what, Bill, can you pull lean forward and stabilize my feet again? Okay. I'll turn the DAC off here. Just a second. Got them? Okay, l'm drifting away from that thing now. There you go. my

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I need to get up further on iu. Higher? Yeah. Okay. Okay. Now the foot restraints. What I'm going to do, I'm going to eventually put a pip-pin in this thing, am I not, Jer? Uh, let's see here. How's this? Yes, that' s right. Right. Okay, what I'm going to do is take the pip-pin and put it through that first. Is this all right, Ed? Yes_h, that's good. Got 2 hours now, guys, 2 hours and 5 minutes. Okay, let me bend down here a little bit so I can see what - I'm having to keep my eyes closed cause I'm facing the Sun. Tell me which way you _¢snt me to move. Okay. Now. Now I'm in business, I think. I did it. I was putting the pip-pin in first. There we go! Got it in? Yeah. I thought that might work, and it did. Okay, I got it in there. All right. Now it says put yotm_ _e_her on the disc panel and remove it from the container.

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Okay, this is the same exercise all over again. Right. You'll remind me before I leave here, I want to straighten these extra pip-pin out for the other side so they're not shading that panel. Up at this angle, Bill? Say again. I'm okay. That Let me use mine. heats up the - the ...

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Whoops l I Just - snapped free. Give me a second to restabilize myself. Okay now, Bill, I wanna move down eye level with the panel here - reference to your body. Can you hold me now. I thought I was.

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Time line for this one. How are you reading me on V0X now, Jer? Oh, you're still breaking Okay. Can't say I didn't predict it. You wait to push you out a little farther? No, no. Got a line to you - ... Sure does take a lit of time for such a little bitty old experiment, doesn't it? ... it. I had that pin in there and I up a bit.

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Front of me - Can I help you any way? No. Just hold on to me. I'm getting it lines up now. You Just hold on to me, Bill. You keep me stable, and I can do it. Okay, I'm holding hard. Other way. Tell you what. I'm going to change my _rist - my saist or my chest tether here to pull down to that thing. Cause there's no way. Get out in front of me. Okay. Now I think I stand a chance. You just stablize Tell you what, I'm gonna tighten up on that tether a little bit more and then start pounding.

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CDR, this is Houston through Carnarvon for l0 minutes and when you have a moment we would like to get the MPC ROLL SWITCH to INHIBIT. We'll be dumping the data voice here. Over. Okay, Houston. Right now, we're _-r're still working ZL-24. It's kinda slow work. Roger. We copy. work.

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Frustrating ... Roger; out.

Sorry, Bruce. I's ts/king to Ed. I'm watching him kinda - On a simple one-g task, it's infinitely difficult in zero g here. Kinda llke - We were Just - - - kinda like ... - -

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Look, I'm going to give it one more go and then what we're gonna do is go on inside and get that little extra piece of gray tape that we've got and we're gonna tape the mother on here. Can you Just pip pin it without snapping it? I tried that, Jer., and the pip pin won't hold ... Doggone it. That's too bad.

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Hey, now wait a minute. Hey, all it needed was a little body inertia against it. You got it? Hold on. Ah! In - hold on.

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I had it too.

Okay, let me hold your leg. Okay. Press. That's

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CDR, this is Houston. All systems are looking good on board and we show you about am hour ahead of your anticipated position in the EVA comm link. Roger. Thank you.

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I tell you these little snap holes don't look as though they're *** to take these size snaps. I give them a go and then we're gonna try and tape it on here. Tell you what; we got that F -1 - We got a whole roll of that tape in there in F-149, don't we? ***93 you mean? That's right. 193. That's right.

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Yeah. You want me to get you a piece of tape? Go ... - I have to unroll that dang thing though. ... ... tool pouches. Yeah. Yeah, I know. of that silver tape? one of those? How about a piece Can you spare

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Yes, but I still have to unroll it. If he doesn't get it this time, we'll do that. Time on this. This is a real killer. Another hour on that thing. Bill, we're go for taping it from down here and there is tape in the pouch in the airlock with the scissors, next to 316. You don't have to unroll the S193 bag there. Okay. That's right. I stowed that myself. I took that out.

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The small roll of tape. Okay. Now Just hold on there, guys.

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Okay.

I'll hold you once more here.

Oh, you know what though? I don't think that small roll of tape - I think we pulled it out for something. Didn't we? Ed, you remember when you said yesterday, "Well, Just put the small roll of tape in there, we never use it anyway." And I said, "Yes, Ed you are right_ We will never use that tape." Now don't m_ke a move, anybody. Don't breath. Ah, (laughter) Oh. Hey, you know what I've - I think I've been snapping it all right the way they act. But they pip pin for some reason doesn't want to stay in there. Well, why don't you go ahead and get the tape and give it a whirl. Stand by, Ed. We have blown about 25 minutes on this thing now already. Yeah. ... - - ... at least four times. It's Just not designed - Hey, T'll try that pouch. It is 316, isn't it Bill. next to panel 316. That's It's right the one. - -

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Okay. I'll tell you, Bruce, I was able to get the stripped ones on real well. But the disc ones, for some reason, I get It all lined up, push down and I feel it snap in there and then as soon @s I get lightly touch the safety re%her that's on it and try to remove my tether from it, it just falls right off again. I'm not sure whether the we got an interface problem. Yt sure appeared that way to me. What would have been helpful is to have a - the pip pin which _e put through the reenter so that it would

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snap without ever having to have the other snaps in there, so that we could Just put the pip pin through and doesn't matter whether this thing floats a quarter of an inch off the plate at all. It's still going to be at the right angles. I'm afraid in this process, there's a couple of these things we should't of touched. CDR That EVA - Does that silver tape not have
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Make sure of it - - - not have a - a tab on it? ... you verify that the assembly is cocked properly and the words were getting down, you should be able to put the pip pin all the way through and hold it in place with Just the pip pin, if you push hard enough on it. Over. Well, okay. Let me - I got a good chest thther up here, Bruce, which is right next to the wQrk and ... Now would either of you guys answer something for me? On that pip pin, which I push in the center there, and release right in the center release, balls at the end, now if I - Pull it easy, Bill. - - I push down on that and let up real quick, will I expect to see that pip pin come roaring out back at me or should I try and push on the - the rider part around the - _ider part around - ... - - the vent release. You should try pushing on the wider part as iyou release the - the release plung_r_

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Okay, i'ii try that, Bruce. work - -

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And we got about 30 seconds to LOS, here. Next station contact in 4 minutes is Guam at 20:i_. Bill, look in that pouch; you might see and if you might see some gray tape in there. And if you continue having troubles, with it, why _ust go ahead 8.nd tape the thing andlet's press on to other activities. I'm with you. Has that got a tab on it, Bill? ***a second. (Laughter) see the end of the tape. I can't even

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You know we were in such a hurry after putting on all those things on 193, I think it Just got thrown in there without having a tab put on it. Try the gray tape. Okay, guys. It's there. (Laughter)

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Hey,that's great.

But - let me tell you something. Got some finger marks. The only way I could do it. I tried pushing on the outside of that pip pin, the center, the parts marked for thumb, Yeah, mud several of 'era and I couldn't - couldn't line it up. So I Just had to take the bull by the horns, lined it all up square and put my thumb right on the center of those things. Right in the center, there's four of em right in the center.

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Sorry could

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Okay. Soon as Ed can get that stuff or Bill gets that stuff put away, he'll be right out after it. I hipe that ... will be usefu] to em.

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Now we ought - another thing we need to do is put a tab on this zipper pull. That's rgght. It's a good point.

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Okay, Bill; coming back your way. Your next exercise, Ed, is to put the 230 $230 collector and - and install it. 0h, yeah. Let's Okay.

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see - -

That is the EVA pouch. Get my bearings here. Bill's coming out now, Ed. Okay. Well, let's see now. We're getting all twisted up.

Let me back Up a little bit here so you can see. Right where you are. Hold on, hold on. NOw Just stay where you are. Now I'll get my umbilical over your feet. Ah, now you've gotten - Okay, now Just Stay where you Okay, now that rammed back in stay where you are, Bill, Okay? are and let me unonake you. - my umbilical which you have there - now come here. Bring Left let.

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Skylab, this is Houston. minutes. Out.

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Okay, Bruce, D024's installed and the explanation of how he did it is on the tape recorder. Beautiful, Baby. Okay, let me - heartme - ... gonna No that's not

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Bill, you've got to come out of there for a moment. Okay, Bill mud Ed, I don't think we're gcnna have to take the Nikon out at all because it calls for the - in the checklist here for Bill to take ihandheld pictures of you doing the 230 work, Ed. He can just hand you the camera and you can take a - DAC short of what you did. Show where the clips are. All right, fellows. Let's take a look at that idea. How, Bill, how does that umbilical look? Well, now, hold on; you're okay. You Just hop in the shoes because all the umbilical's in front of you. Tell me when you're in there.

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Okay. Okay, now. _et's figure this out. Let me just move out here slowly until we can see what the geometry of it is. i Okay, where _ oh, it don't look too bad. Okay, I've got this one going around me. There, that's free. Now. Tell you what you do. The only - the only enta_glement you got now is the one where my umbilical hooked into _he clamp there. Just unclamp it.

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Wait a minute. ...

That 's mine.

Here 's your umbilical. Hold on. Now wait a minute. Wait a minute. Just stay where you are. Yeah. Come out and let's see how they do it. If you won't move any, I think I can get free. (Laughter) I've heard Okay, Bill. Looks clean. of a bucket Yeh! of wo -

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How does that look?

Let me - -

Okay, now get back in the shoes. Get yourself - get yourself back in the shoes. Now get my umbilical straightened out and take the end which is clamped, and start feeding it into the aft end of the airlock. Okay, Just stand by 1. Are you free of it? Are you?

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Okay now, I'll start coming back up your way. Ah, the 230 collector, can you get that out of there? It's in work. Okay. And I'll go under - underneath D-4 here. Do you need amy words from me on that 230? Yes, I could use some. All right. You at the area with it now?

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Negative. Okay. ... Okay, now. l've got to get back up here and keep my umbilical free of 228. ... That's both of them. Okay. Now let go.
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Okay, Jer; go!ahead. All right. It says remove the wrist tether from the double handle and place it on the protective cover handle. And then remove the protective covers. Jet, let's hear that once again, please.

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It says remove the wrist tether from the double handle and place it on the protective cover handle .... it's not on the double handle. I know how Don wants it.

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Okay, Just do it that way then. If I could turn loose of that thing ... Roger. Ed. We're reading you loud and clear,

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You got two clips to remove. You place one of them on the D-2 handrail and - Stop. Okay. That's a little - little ways downstream he re. Hold on.

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Skylab, this is Houston. One minute til LOS. Next station contact in 16-1/2 utes through $oldstone at 20:38. Out. Looks like it!s on. Now I believe cover off. I

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Okay .... on. And I did not touch a fragile little bit of it. Very good. It looks good. Roger .... Now, if you'll hand those - that cover to Bill, and I'll tell you where to put the clips and thlngs. Okay, Bill. Just a minute If you'll Just hold onto that and I'll give you a ... Okay, why don't you tether that down there then. Okay, Jerry, read on. Okay, it says _remove two clips installed on the old co_lector. You place one on the D-2 handrail - and then I'll tell you where to place the other one. ... on the D-2 handrail. Right. Seven - two. Lend me D-2. ber that one. Got to rememI can see ...

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No, I'm Just gleaning around here trying to find D-2. Is D-2 over there on the other side? other side ofi- from your left hand? that it? Here? Yes. Okay, watch o}_t for your tether. It's going to dragl over 230. Hey, you're up to your elbows in tethers aren't you? l ! Yes. I would take i £hat waist tether that's The Is

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flying free, _f you can, and hook it onto something els_ there that - maybe the other part of|the other tether or something. SPT Yes, I think What I'm going to have to do is that, Jer,iI'm going to have to - if I don't take th#se tethers off, I stand a chance of dragging them across ...
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Okay. Okay.

Just a_ sec. It's d_ne, Jerry.

Okay, looked like you had the right idea out there on the other side. Okay. Just read on, through I'm not too sure exactly what we're do ws.nt with them. i All right. N_w - Just take one clip and get it ou_ of the way is all you're doing. Clip somewhere, _t on the handrail i d_ne that.

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Okay, we've

Okay, now theiother clip, here's where it goes. Pla_e the other clip on the new collector nex_ to the spool with the orange bracke_ board. l away from the MDA. Out-

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Some other words after that too, isn't there? No, that ' it _. s Minus - antis_lar i 's antisolar. Away directions?

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Okay, now let!s the others - the beginning wor_s. All right, he_'e we go. Place the other clip on the new collector next to the spool Joint b;acket MDA outboard, i minus Z away from the

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You better put it on the small one there, Ed. i That 's right. That 's right. Ed. You're right next

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Watch your heels, to the window_

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Okay. That is minus Z if I've ever seen minus Z and that, I think, will do it. Okay. It's ._. .

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Okay, translate to the VF and ingress. I While you're _here, Ed, if you can somehow get yourself into position, have Bill han_ you the DAC and you can take the pictures of it.

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I've already _one that. Well, I know _hat, but we need the pictures froml over here.
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They got to b_ normal to it so he can locate it within a millimeter, Bill. Can Bill holdiyour feet? ... out there, and let you t_ke a picture of it.
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I tell you wh_t. We're looking into the sun. That's the problem with this one. Y.tea. ..... .................

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I have it set[up-on-F [ ... would What? youl please?

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... just a moment while I look this thing over. Okay, you got it set for 2 feet. _hat's good.

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I'll put your feet into position, I think - right position for taking the photograph. Hey, there you go. ... we're in. Okay....

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CDR He doesn't need a _rfect ending. All he needs .s something he can ... geometry wit h'_ SPT Roger. Okay now let me Just change the F - stop a little bit. 5.6, we'll giye them a little bit. Oka,j, let's Let's don't We've get on with g_t behind. it now.

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It won ' take long. t The good thing is that you can feel this DAC operating between Yeah. Yeah, that's good. i

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Okay, let's get back to the FAS, area. We got to hand the trees in, get the DACs stowed, and ... start 193. Okay, Just a second. Okay. I think it's off. Let me take a look at that green light. Okay. Let me have it.

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Okay, get thig thing in toward you and I'll hand it to you. AI right, Ed, lyou go on into the - into the AM now an_[ Bill will hand you the tree and stuff,.

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this right in with me. ! Why not ? All of my stuff is pushed in the back there, huh? i Bill, I'm going to go back in the command modul$ and run up the V0X sensitivity a_little more. Okay. You're startiSg to cut in and out again, i Okay, let me _tow this fellow.

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Okay, Bill, gSve me a short rather quiet. Make it a little a thing. I ! louder;

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Yes, I'm reading you fine, Ed.

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All right, gi_e me another one, Bill I i l, 2, 3, 4, 5. Okay, start oTer again, low.

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All right nowl do it a little louder. l, 2, 3, 4, 5 i,4, 3, 2, i. Is that a con$ortabke voice level?

Yes, I can t_ _ that loud without any trouble. How's that one? It looks -

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Okay. While _ou're doing that I'm going to give them ia few more shots with the dixie. Bill, what m_h% also help is to pull up on this thing a_d we, pushing down on the screwdriver. We _t try that a few times. hold the nut plate,

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That, - That _ll help help if that's wh_ i% is.

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Ed, you know!thatthing is torque. It's cocked off to the s_e think. there, enough that I would

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tO pick _ up William? .

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Don't

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take it easy. Okay, tether it and lock it. Okay, you got l_ock. some of the - locked. Don't worry

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....... - - rotate-Clockwise Well, or counterclockwise? looking which direction?

which

As you see i Okay. Okay. Okay, I got l_od purchase You still thq _e? Yes, Sir. on you. Houston, Count_ trclockwise.

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W_'re right here.

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Okay. You kn_w how we had to get those things going? We h__I to get _he smaller screwdriver Just to loosq _n up the o_es on J-11 and I believe it J - What'1 the last two up there, Bill. I don't know Well, they're listed Two that are !minus-X. Just wouldu'_ right there in the corner. This Dixie screwdriver

get_ in there. been - come down in front

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Roger.

We'w

We Just got of you. Ed, I need _

loosened,

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q

feet to come

donw in front

of you.

In frontof _e, all right. I - Wait Just a minute. I No ; to your _ight ! Okay. ! now. t feet to your right.

Now I need tQ move m_ Yes, okay. There we go. It's

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too far up.

There

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See f No. You're _kay.

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feet that

I can ruin?

I told you t$ go further toward my feet.

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Yes, Just Okay. stay wi_h me, now, right in there.

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Okay. Don't_liftyour feet up, you'll get on the EBEP _ndow. you sre. '. You're okay right where

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Okay. Okay.

MY he@d need to go down.

Now I want t_ get my Just
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feet down on the MDA.

let go _or a minute. I'ii _ive some _ressure at th_ shaulders._ _ I is Houston. One minute to LOS. contact im 16-1/2 minutes through How's to keep you on that?

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Okay. there,

PLT CC

Okay. Skylab, this Next station

SPT

Bye, Houston think

Get $hat,

there.

Hey,

you

I can Set it better? Have you ever - -

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You may be a_le to.

Tell you what, since you take so much time stabilizing _,ourself, Just hold on - Just - Just move back an, we'll switch tethers here. Let me get the sq_rewdrivers off first. Okay, let loose

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me put those there.

things

away.

You Just hang

I guess we'r, going s_ain; are w_ not:? No, I don't Oh _ okay. _hlnk !_ll

to need that

screwdriver

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so.

Those _ack

are thumb that ....

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take

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...

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Yeah.

... Let me g_t my right foot and get a be_ter look at it.

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4

the other way, Ed.

Is that it? I That's it. I'll release _ell me when my - when you want my hand. any kind of a - ...

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Now .... Just

Is there

push it in there N¢w push

and - -

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down on it. up.

... how to l_me this t_ing

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Get into the _ecess, That felt li_e it.

then you Just

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That 's good.
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Oh, darn it! Let me put a - tether. Did it come _ut again?
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With my tether.

I backed away.

- - ... I go_ the Okay, that's

... mme of the connectors. now. Can you things - Okay,

on there down. ':
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can you screW hold pressur_ Okay. Getting Yeah. Are they I don't ... On the top there.

one of those

in, and I'll

it? !Going

clockwise?

scr_wlng knowj {

in?

_,

._. If I can get my right

hand

in

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You got one$_ ], ... Let me_@t mV tether here• i You got one _i_ht, Yeah. Good.

out of the way,

now,

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you say?

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Get this tetl out of the way. er_
SPT 326 22 5h 45 PLT SPY SPT Gol dang it. Let me Okay, .. in _here do that. is to leave the thing and unlock it.

get m f'in_r if youlcould

The only oth+r here, but - + Take - take

alternative

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_t off Tour _wrist.

Slip

it through .... to go

... Had I realized which way that was going on, I would _ put it on the other - -

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Yeah. - - on the a;her one.

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Can you hold it on the other side? ... out of the way, I ti_ I can_hit the button, or can you hit it? Reset. Here, Just a_ seeomd_ I &"O_ N .can you - , !

Oh, I see. There you'

_

I got it.

No. If you'll hold it tight and get your right hand Just a littl e bit out of the way, I think l'lllbe able to push the button for you. Okay. NOW, push on! it. Push? It's hook - _t's unhooked. right arm. You're blocking my

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view with yo_

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Oh. I sorry. ...... _ -:
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_ Now I gotta- -

Tell you i_a_ Just a sec -I think

- Just a minute.

I se_ hgrg to do it ....

get my -

get that thing out of the way and get my foot out of the -Il PLT -_. SPY There's Oh, boy! That _ CDR the h=m_er. Pu_ that through the loop if you could.

- yeah,i the -

Okay, group,! you've been out 5 hours and about 15 minutes, i Okay. Put t_t in th_reo

.J

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Okay, now. _et me come on over this way. Matter of fact, I J_st about ... all the ... that we ... ... I Just want _o get this ... and tether out of here. There goes _our light.

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1

SPT

Which; way. _ _e tether ought to go. what we mi_ _t Just think of leaving Tell you that one there. It'1 not gQing to hurt anything. 0kay. Now, let melget back down there, and we'll get you the flashlight out and I'll try to tighten that thing _I0. beeause the rest, I think, is switch thrown, isn't it? No. We got ito push those connectors in.
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Oh, yeah. _ose don't have to be screwedin,

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No, they

clip im; if you can Just get - knurled nut screwed Just a in?

Did you get _he other No. We're minute, J_st going

to do that.

CDR SPT

Okay. Let me get m_self back in these foot restraints. Hold on, here .... kinda dark, ... help. Okay. Penlight don't feel t_at that right new. L again .... a minute .... Just ... - that knob ... hold up for I'm screwing it down.

_. _ SPT

_

PLT

Let's see, nOw. harness aug _hat I can get at that - that one on Zthe left side.

SPT SPT CDR

... !'m getting it. Matter i Okay, Jer. _oth ... down.

of fact,

... I got it.

l
Great. Now. All you got to do now is snap those three connectors on. Easier Yeah. Okay. said than i If you can hold the flashlight - done.

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•_
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PLT SPT

Okay.
- - Ed, I should be in a fair position I Just got t_ find the flashlight have three o_ them around here. now. for that. Think we

SPT

Here it is, Clown here. It's good we got three of them, Bru_e. - Bruce. Thinking of Bruce coming up here. I'm Just one. Okay, here we go. going to hold this

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No, no, no, _o, no. Not aligned. There, you want to hold_ the light? I th_nk I might be able to get _ better l_urchase. angle _o s_e[ it, here I got a good

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Okay . ...

.... r _'---, Okay.

Let me _et my right ....

And push them in till it goes past the little plastic clip. Okay, there _s one on .... That's perfect two. three.

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for that Job. There's

That's three. Okay, what do you want - oh, gee, look at this tape on here. All right, I_got a ... - Hold the phone.

PLT SPT CDR PLT SPT

Wait a minut@, wait a minute. What's them_tter7 There's tape on this - -

Tape on thes# ... switches. you what; ge$ the scissors. whack - cut _he things.

Yes/u, I'ii tell We'll Just ...

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I got switches to throw while you guys are doing that. i Well, you _ Jet. I 'm not. ... use the @crewdriver That's an idea, too. Those scissors are hard to use. like a knife. have - don't power _ anything up,

SPT

CDR PLT SPT < PLT CDR

When you finallydo get the tape off, you want to put bothswitches ON (push). to ... right now thay've. got them both • taped. That,s on over ... to OFF,

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(Laughs.) iiguess we should've taken tape off when+ the - in the prep.

that

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Yeah, it was isupposed to have been done. Oh, well. .. part of i_. E ... I got the - my hand right in the light. I'ii tell you what, Jerry; we can still move those switches around. No, I can't. I can't get the one on the left. Let me - the ROLL one. Okay. Just tell me when go on down and wait. What you are ready. I'ii

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I'm going to do is Just punch

it through.

...position. m Okay. i
i I

Tell me when +_youget them both to the ON position. It ' down .... s Okay - I th_ they're there ... - Jer.

- - ... the _

position,

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Let me Just _onfirmit. Confirm it. Okay. be. ... way of the antenna,Jer, so don't - Okay, get away + from the antenna - ... - They'_e as on as they're ever going to

Hold on there, don't do anything I'm not going to.

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Let us get sguared away. It's Just that if you turn the thing on at the wrong time, Jer, we're going to be in a 5-mile delt a-8. ! realize that Ed. Just tell me when clear of the antenna. Go ahead. Are you clear of the antenna? Clear. Okay. POWER Right BUS 1 coming on. BUS 2 coming displa_ earning on. to where it was. on. PAN you're

CDR

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SPT CDR

All right, nOw.- -

81/2 minutes ii! _ 326 23 05 46 CC CDR MS CDR SPY This is Houston through Tananarive for Are you gtkvs well clear of the antenna? ... l'm going to !throw the switch now. i Right back tq Where of them on. it was. Now we got both

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All right, so now we got to - we got to verify the two separate axes.

SPT CDR

Okay, which one do you want first? All right. Let's see. Okay, Bruce, I guess you can follow where we are right now. Roger. That's You're rig_ht_ coming Roll our of box ... into 16. is next.

CC CDR

axis pot check

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SPT CDR

Okay.

Wh&_6 _b-_ou _

want,

Jer?

All right. off.

a minute until I get the power

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All right, the RAD POWER is OFF. All right, now what we Want you to do is, at the Jumper box, we want ipitch, off, pull and roll, on, push. Pitch_ off_ Okay. Just Bill, a second. can yom work your way over there? -

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Yeah. Just rush th# antenna out of the way again.

PLT

Man, I float_

way off.

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... M509.
Shall we io_ ... get a i

!

you isome night-flying le ... , please, Ed.

- -

Shallwe Io_ _
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some nlght-flying time, Bill? • .....

Yes, l've b@en;lS_ingthighttime.

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Okay.

,

_IS

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Okay.

NOW.

B@_. a4_in,

pitch

correc-

Pitch, on, _._; roll, off - correction, tion. Pitch, Off, pull, roll, on, push. ... checkim4_;_ the roll axis.

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Give me the light again, over Bill. Because I think the tape whick _e've got has got the two switche_ _ing at ,the same time. Yes/%.

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Can you come on Yeah. I - II..

over here,

Bill,

and _- -

- - we'll All right,

lim going to panel

- powerdown sure that

the

rest of thisipanel antenna' s de_.

, JuSt to make

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Allght.
It's 0kay. dead.

idea.

Now I'll get out of here. Getthat tapeout of Skylab, this is Houston. The gray tape over the guards on the switch - on the Jumper - on the switches on t_ae Jumper box were for launch protection o_ly and_ maybe removed. Bruce. Over. We got

SPT

Rog. That's]what we're them _ almost off. _ We on Yeah,
'Y : ha_l_e ,

doing,

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it before

they went

EVA

that_j_in 1 I i

the checklist.

Okay. All right.

All right, ybu want to pull or lift the pitch, and push or _%urn the Okay, Okay. ...let s b_ck _way. ' rpll on. are.

that'sl the way they

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And tell me Mnow when you're

clear

of the antenna.

ay.
_I PLT Just wait a minute. Now I'm Just floating out here. Okay ... Okay, you ... you ... just a m_mute. Now _t we're going to watch for, guys, is to see if it goes to zero roll. We don't - don't care abo_t SPT PLT SPY CREW _ SPT _tcb. ...

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Okay ... - Okay. Just _a_}. I'm -

Just wait. Let's see ... Just to bring your feet down. Here, I'll - I'll move yourhes_l up.... get ... - as you that vent the same way - sitting over therebndid before.

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About 7 minu_es till daylight. ... ... , Bill. Well, I There you go, Okay. Let go. Here, I'll take that flashlight.

_

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Just

a mlnutei" Jet. i

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326-13 _ CDR Okay. I'm not going to make a move until you

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guys tell me you are clear. Okay. You want to sh_mny up that pole?

Well, I can't - I don't think ... that Oh, yesh, I guess it does - coming up, tho_h,
you see.

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Skylab, this Next station 39 minutes. Okay, Okay, Just

is Houston. One minute to LOS. contact through Hawaii in

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,._ 4, •_

Just move

on up there. clear, Bill?

are you sure you're a minute.

Okay. ... Okay. POWER Where Here we go ag_n. is goiz_ to STANDBY roll now. to? to ...

did the antenna

... Just abo_t

... and PITCH

I can't hear _oIA, Bill.
!-

ROLL, zero. ROLL, zero.
i

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And,

PITCH-what

the heck would

_
$

youcall tha_? PLT Oh, about I guess, 30? 30 !degrees, or something i like that,

_-_

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Is that _irelative to the - to _he bottom of that box, there -

Relative bottom

of th 4 -.-

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Oh, I see. - - bottc_ Oh, okay. What this sa_s, is the pitch pot is shorted, is our anger. Now wait s minute• was before, def. It's not in the position it o9 the MDA. !

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Well. what's the criteria? Our problem, Jer, is that we don't know exactly what the - Okay, look. I'm - did you see the antenna move quickly to the zero position? Yes. Okay. All that tells us is that the pitch is the one that's shorted. Okay. All right, naw, do you want to check it out by doing a pitch pot check? No big thing. What 's that _nvolve? and change pot

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SPT CDR

All right, wq Jt_st go down there position of _home
m

switches•

SPY CDR

Okay.... Wait a minute u_til I get the power off the antenna. All right the power is off; it's safe to go in. Now what you want to do is to push PITCH ON andlROLL OFF. Yeah, we'll give that a whirl and see _lat _pens. hard _o get _o.

CREW CREW

that's Yeah,

you're iri_ht.

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CDR, this _Is _6_s-ton. back to zero _em box 12. !

If the roll axis went on to

you did it, proceed

CDR SPT

Okay.

Don't

yon want

us to check

out pitch?

We're already - got it configured that way. So let's Just give it a go. Make sure we really understand _'s happening here. ... We're going t_ check out the pitch pot, Houston. Okay - I'm clear. Bill's clear. - -

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You're clear .... Rog. Here comes the -to

f

STANDBY.

Okay, there i_ is .... ... goes over and wanders. Yeah, well it Iranders in ROLL, full - it's hard over. Right. Okay, so that is our problem. the switches Okay. The antenna Okay .... Let me turn off but in pitch it's

CREW SPT

CREW

- ... the antenna's

clean.

CDR

Now we're go_ng to go to - let's see - box niTmher 17, which is pin the pitch gimbal. Okay. Do we want we h_ve i! ! to take now? and reverse the

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switches CDR Yes.

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Okay, I will do that first .... ... You better out, do that, and we better screwed check things OFF, it up. pull,

make sure we haven't

SPT

... So, what lwe ]_ave here and ROLL, ON i push.

is PITCH,

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Okay, that's _the way it is, and let me - let met getback_here minute. a Okay. Whenyou'reclear. Okay, Bill iS clear Go and I am clear. now. Go ahead.

Here we go.

to STANDBY and

... goes to zero, It Just flop_

smound

in PITCH. in PITCH, but it goes

Just flips - flops to zero in ROLL. Okay. ... Pin the pitch OKay.

around

CDR CREW CDR PLT CDR

Your antenna is now safe.

Pin the - -

gimbal.

And you ought to be getting some snnlight here any minute now.
. oj

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Let me understand how far we go here. the pitch gimbsl and then - then what, Well, let's see; that's all, I think.

We pin Jer?

That ' it. s
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Okay. Then Thank we ... mut. we didn't have to - -

goodness

!_

CDR

Oh, you got _o _n6ta_

a disabling

plug too.

_ "'

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Don't Oh, Okay,

for_'._

start
.';z [-

working

my way back

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OKay.

'_ use that ratchet ball on it. that we

This is ... I_ll fixed up Iri%2_ _

SPT _

I tell you what, lets get over here and get squared away _so we can tether things again . You got the only tether. So I'm Just going to have to handhold ,mY flashlight here. Catch lock, here we've i_ is. Put a tether right on there. on.

1

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Also,

got to put the thermal

cover

Yes_h, that's :right. You got to put a thermal cover on the l_umpe9 1_ox too. I tell you w_at, le_'s - well we can clean that one up _asily _ough. So - we might knock it off[- also why we're - Well I tell you, you could this taPe i .. _,out. do that while I am

_s ,_

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_ _. _:._,_

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taking SPT PLT Okay.

And - Okay,

: cc_in_ up, gang.

_,

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sun - sun'a

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Okay. Then we Thank

-" ........ ... out. we didn't have to - plug too.

goodness

Oh, you got to install Hey - Don't forget Ithat.

a disabling

Oh, yeah. Okay, I'm go_mg to start over ther, E 4. 0Kay. : working m_f way back

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This is ... We'll use that ratchet that we fixed up with /the ball on it.

I tell you what, lets get over here and get squared away !so we can tether things again . You got the only tether. So I'm Just going to have to handhold mY flashlight here. Catch lock, here it is. : Put a tether right on there. Also, Yeah, cover we've got to put the thermal cover on.

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that's iright. You got to put a thermal on the i_umper box too.
r

SPT ! PLT

I tell you _&t, let's- well we can clean that one Up @rosily e_ough. So - we might knockit offi-alsowhy we're- Well I tell you, you could do that while I am taking this _ape ! ... out.

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Okay. And - Okay,

sun - sun's

coming up, gang.

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Thing's working Well even if ... Okay. Let there he light, (Laughter) _at's yes indeed.

tight, isn't it?

Man, that's reAl!y in there. i Can you pullithat a little? Just a second. ... Man, that thing isOkay. You understand [ Ah_ take Yeah. .... so I ws_t Ed, I wish - see what's going on. to make sure I do it right. _& look how it goes on, don't you, at it here. Ed? Is that it? Give it a ...

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Look through and

- - you could see back behind you and see all the flashing_lights, caused by all the little - Hey, I know. i That's what I was remarking before, when they first started. Boy, they look like bright. ... - strobe lights they're about

SPT

CDR

so

SPT

PLT

See that pad iof Velcro there?

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Yeah. You take this emd and go that way. You got it. No, I - i That's it.

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No, it goes in the other way.

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... - Slip it over the top. a minute.

... it out here

... it around the sides. Looks like there's only about two pieces that silver tape left underneath there. of

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... clean up the ... As long as that Velcro ... thatwe did, so let'sgo ahead. z Did you get the ... pin in, Bill? No, I haven't started on that yet, Jerry.

Oh, okay. A big hunk of gray tape would do it. Okay, if you'll - Where is that tape it started. We had some tape. now? Here it is. Just get

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See on the

- -

Oh, on the other side. We might have - Yes. ...

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SPT PLT SP

...- ... round tape. Get a piece of that off. little easier .... Just let me straighten That'll make life a

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you out here.

Okay. Have you ever tried to take off fly pape? (Laughter) Some of those bits of foil are actually reflecting enough light back to - so that I can see flashes against the hack of you guys. Yeah, I've noticed that. l've noticed that. My Gosh ' I'll tell you, that sunlight - Oh, boy, that tape just doesn't want to stick, does it? No, it's not very Anyway ... - That ' all r_ght. s Give me one more, and we can get it up here on the stretcher here. Okay. One more is all you got. I won't ask for more then. Here. good tape at all.

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It sticks nicely to itself, though. I tell you, I think that this stuff is a little bit cool. That's probably why.

/-_

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SPT PLT

Got one tape Don't put - don't put the tape at - at the thermal control, Ed. That white square. Okay. Well let's see here. -_ if you could feel that one. Both of them, completely

SPT PLT

You - if you - that SPT free. I'll

feel that

one back.

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That's

good.

That'll

keep

the

... Hey,

Ah, that - that's not going to stick. I'll tell you what though. What did you do?

PLT SPT SPT

The tape is so darn cold that it's Just Okay, we got the Velcro on, and we've got it around the side there. As long as We don't disturb it while we're here, nothing else is ever going to happen to it. You started to peel back the insulation, Yeah. Okay, we got two allen-head cap screws to get out. And those screws are not capped ... SPT We don't need them though, huh? Bill?

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No. Could - do you - could you hold on to me? Yeah. Put tension this. on me to stop - I push myself from

SPT

No, let's see.

See, I'd have to - I can't - -

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SPT PLT

Got one

tape_

Don't pu_.- _on't ima_'t_e tape at - at the thermal c_%_I, Ed. That white square. Okay. Well let'8 see here. - if you could feel that Both one. completel

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fee_ that : keep

one back.

of them,

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That's

good.

_at'll

the

... Hey,

Ah, that - that's not going I'ii tell you what tho1,gh. What The did you :_o_

to stick.

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tape is se darn cold that

it's Just

-

Okay, we got i%_e Velcro on, and! we've got it around the s_e there. As long as we don't disturb it w_e we're here, no_hing else is ever going ta hapDe_ _o 9eel to it. back the insulation, Bill?

You started Yeah. Okay, out. SPT

I

we got :_wo allen-head cap screws to get And those.screws are not capped ... We don'tl need them though, huh?

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No. Could Yeah. Put tension _ this. No, let's se_. me to stop - I push myself from - do yOu _- could you hold E on to me?

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See, I'd have to - I can't - -

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Okay,

that's i_1! -right. i do eVel-ything for you because you're normal to the forces I could put on you.

I can't working Yeah. Yeah,

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that's

it; put it down that way. feeling?

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How you guys Great. Feeling Been Yeah. ... fine;

feel good. I been here.

... since

(Laughter)

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You got 5 hours

_d

40 minutes.

Well, let's see now, Lroll is the one that had some cross t_ack,,isn't it? Yeah. Hell, that's good because -heck, they can always - it might not give them a forward or backward scattering with tBe _iteh, but beck, they can ... with roll. Boy, you sure can. Okay, Ed. _ What Going are you I'm go_mg i doi ng_ B_117 to ma_k it.

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to get ilt? *faere. I'm Just pushing my -

I'm getting

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Don ;t have No,it's Where

any place

to work

there,

do you?

do you

stand, Bill? on the second screw, and I'm have

I'm working a little Okay.

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Got the f_rst one? Yeah, Good. Keep pushing OkaySPT to hold myself back when I Okay, you want me the first one's out.

Get yourself all lined up. the antenna, would that help?

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PLT

Yeah,

that

ought

to help

...

Get yourself ali lined up, and then use inertia once. And aicouple - a couple trips like that ought to do it. Come down towsrds you.

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Okay. Oops, no, it's not going to work. hold that antenna right there. You want me to pull your foot down If you can

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a little?

Yes, sir. Okay. Got it. That a boy. Okay.

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CDR PLT

Okay,

remove

_

launch

lock.

Ok_, stand b ' i. feet down, Ed. Yeah. Now, nk=y; Okay.

I got _o - will you pll]1

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st md by.

Ss_ a_ Lin, Jerry. and pull the launch lock out.

Okay, go ahel Is it out? Come out. Beg your par, It doesn't Well then, b Aw--_.r. w_t

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n. to come out. have Stand by 1. it with a

yot might

to wrap

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Why I was su_ CDR T

I had both screws

of them. Bill. _' _._

i _ _ _ ' PLT

are not captive,

I know, and riley both - I thought sure I ssx th_ both go" Out. ... Both the scr B are out.

- I was

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i I PLT ': i SPT

Okay. ProbabLy, it's - you know, it's probably a snug _it. If Ed could hand you the h--_er, I wou Ld tap that thing a little bit arom_d the edges and see if you can't work it out. Okay. O_ay, stsn_ b_ before you do that

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Okay,

I'll t_e

it. a tether? You don't do you?

If you for - _ow about

need that for i a screwdriver PLT SPT No.

anymore,

Okay, take th Lt off. I'ii put it away. out of? I g_ :Ss, over here. Okay. If it doesn't All right. Okay - Give me your Guaranteed ;ether. Pete Conrad. work, get a bigger hA-m_r.

Come

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to fix by

... can fix _,at. Somthing ther )eutic over where Ate. _uwant to go? I was.

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Whichway do

... go like t at. Oh, _11 right Don't kick Gonna have yo a well - don't kick your heels.

heels;

,ace full of vacum ....

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Okay, be'-c_--_ Are you doing l]as_

of the Way there. good, Bill.

:_

You'll probab_ have to tap it three or four different dirq,etions an_ then t_y pulling on it some more. Possibly, you'll have to pull on it while y,_n" tapping it. Don't club it, Just tap it. Not any way o: getting ... Well, then pull - _se, the wires to pull it. And tapiit with the bAw,,er as you're a hold on that thing.

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Just

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l_,11_ug it o_. Hopelb_ly. that'll work. I CDR I r_member th@ - the backup unit was kind a pressed fit. It kin, [ of popped when it but. finally came SPT

of

Now let's see' what have we got that you can get a hold on that thing with? You got the %'.se grips That 's true. Still no luck Bill? on there. I'm afraid in there.

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This thing is really they hit it I thought Yeah,

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I s_,w you budge it broke

it there. bit then.

I think

a little

!| ,_
!i_ _

There you go; that's the right direction. Now hit it th_ other way; knock it back. There you go; that - that's working it. At least we know which direction to work it. Just keep you_' hand on there. Now wiggle it up and down _ _4 pull on it at the same time in that direc_ _oa.

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Ah.

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That 's llke ira,! Iing teeth (La"_t er)

...

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You got it? Yes.h. We got it out

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All right, nc_ get the manual gimble lock and verify that the handle is fully counterclockwise. SPT T_ll you what, let's bring this up. the hammer, a_d I'ii put it s_ay and - Hey oh, wait a mi_Ixte - oh, careful. Hey, hey, your h--,,er i_ihere is loose there - yes. There was on]_ I_2_rO down there. Let me put this _way. ! Give me

'

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... to get yo_ fixed for the ... , but so be Okay, come onlover here. and - There's the pitch lock. !" Okay, ,_ke sure the handle's clockwise. Bill, first ,oF all we want Watch it. i Heels, Bill_ _ou're i that fully counter-

it.

CD

SPT

to get it tethered.

CDR SPT SPT

the window

again.

Stop it for y_u.
f [

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Don't throw i_; let's ... it around. what. let me _ry it the other | way.

Tell you

PLT

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SPT

Watchout-fo-_--the ratchet. Oooh .'

ratchet;

there

goes the

PLT 326 23 35 21 SPT

... here. H_d on let's - let's Just regrpup here. I tel_ you what, this blame ratchet's going to hel_ us out. We're gpomg tp put them ... Ok_

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... -

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- -

- - now, yOU got that, away. Okay.

and I'll put the ratchet

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Okay, Jerry, '_yousay make is-i Fully counte_loekvlse, _e ties i

sure that this

thing

"_

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Bill. each others legs.

(lau ter)
SPT/PLT

it around

qlaughter ) we're ... - -

PLT _ :! SPT

It's a good _ng

- - ... Just ilike Laurel and Hardy, I'ii tell you. i (laughter) i

SPT/PLT PLT SPT/PLT SPT PLT SPT

I wish we were _hen we - (laughter) See, we look _ike ... It - it's lik_ over there in the - in the locker ro:,,. No matter - two gt_,s could he in there; they'_ _lways in the same locker, right - -

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next

_each--b--t_er.

Here we are, we

got this both

frapping crowdl-g PLT 326 23 36 49 SPT PLT

[sic_ in back of us, and we're in o_ the same spot. I it in. I'm floating

(laughte )

All right, p_ I can't SPT

- Jus_ a second, (_l'. 1 o_t here with .. - Ed.

sway again.

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... working Okay, you're Right there, picture? Yeah. Okay - -

no restraints.

You see the - you got the

SPT
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CDR PLT
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I got a bunch of ,.. - Place the ....- place the gimbal lock in the

:_ .-

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CDR

monuting hole Ialigning the dowel pins with the threaded _oles. Verify that when the enga - when t_e latch is engage_. 326 23 37 26 PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT Oh, darn it. ... Okay. You got it? I think so.

SPT PLT

Got it latche_? No.

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... Yeah.

Do you _ee the hole?

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Okay, is it _mished? Nope .... ... to move _t for you. Right? Right there. I

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Okay, I'll t_ y to hold it right there. gotI

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Oaky, now, l'_e got to hold the insulation back while I put _hls thing on. This is what's causing me t'_''roblem. p

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Is there so_ _wly we could hold this - -

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Is it latched_ Yep.

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Let's verify, _ Ok_, cheek _, if it's ... 4 Okay. Okay. i Just _ second, we have a problem, here. That's See if by wiggling the antenna,

Don't turn iti_Just rotate it in pitch. not pitch, is it? Yeah. Yeah, that's _itch.

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CDR

Okay. start SPT

_All right, if you got in the hole, then turn _he lock handle down eight turns.
i

l_W, how do we know

that we really pretty mcuh

got that

hole aligned?j Al%ho_,_ it looks the same way [ou ... - 326 23 39 50 CDR PLT SPT Okay, wrl - _g@le Okay, it's loeklng it. down, down. it looks

llke. screwing it

Okay, it's i¢_k_ng in, Bill. What

Just keep

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have we _ot after

this,

Jer?

What? have we got afte: this? check

PLT

What CDR

i

Then we got _ ) make an electrical of it and see if it will roll. PLT ;ip. _ through

CDR 326 23 40 09 PLT SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT

See if it'll Don't Yeah. Yeah,

it's routine.

l
have _hing _ you go_ a _e. plug to put in. that is
really

else to install ?

The hardest You've

got that - disable

I remember hard. Hey, man, Okay, Okay.

that from training;

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it'p

fixed now.

let's

m_ve hack here. i

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CDR

All right, first. Is that right? Okay, let's See,

able plug's

got to go in

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Okay, yeah. Where ... - -

Okay ... - - some words Right here. I i on that?

You want toglve it a shot first? Peel back. the insulati_u groin the forward face of the structure to _expose the protectlve connector cap. And r_ove the cap using the connector pliers. !

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SPT PLT

Okay,

you go_ a good look at it?

See it?

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Say again, BAll. t Oh, I though_ - no, you can't see it, I guess. ! No,I can't." Here, let me hold you.

Now then, Just - if you can - if you could hold that im_ ition, I would ... Okay, I got visibility on the front• it by hand

PLT SPT

Okay, why do 't you try removing before we tr_ the real hard one. ... I got it.! Okay.
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SPT

Now, c-_ the ....

_-ver-here, i go_ it.

and I give you the -

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All right, 0k_,

now youlgot to look at this _qter I

key.

PLT SPT _ '_ SPT CDR

""" - The master It Se_s,

i ke_ is right the -_tch

at the top here. -_ks on teh disable and rotate

alig_

plug and thenlinstall the plug barrel elockwSse to lock. Okay, you m_ the w_ I •.. those you. 326 23 h3 26 SPT PLT SPT 326 23 43 h9 PLT Your YOU Jus_ turn to this

want to look it over, Bill; but worked those things is those t marks Just won't do it for " "gn the master _e frustrated, .e going key ... up.

Bill.

I know:

to be out of the way' The cap's in

... s,-_ of t!_t That

insulation

cap gets in your way.

the w_.
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Great.

We'll try som_ gray tape. See if that works any better. _ill, l'm afraid our friendly gray tape is _rozen solid. (laughter) Ah, gee.... Can you give Ah, yeah. m the screwdriver Just a minute?

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Got it.
Okay. Yeah, it's no_ 8oing to work. Bill, let's see. Can yo_ s'_ill work it on there with that thing in there, do you think? Oh, yesh, Okay. Tell you what, if - wellI c_n s%-lll do it.

_

PLT SPT • PLT

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SPT PLT

Let me put thLs screwdriver Hope I 'm not Losing it. Now - -

back

in here.

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PLT

Watchthat m ,l.m11.
Okay. Okay, now--I m_ foot up and

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:t
ii

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SPT __

a minute.

Don't

duck

i

your head. _ tool - gettiz Okay, now, e: where I can far forward. go. Okay. 326 23 45 49 PLT

re're getf-_ng in the - in the _ in the tools. I'll gladly _nd it forward a little bit _ a hold Of it. No, not that OkaY, now. Okay, there you

Now - Okay. _ow, I need to go further that beam the _.

than

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SPT PLT 326 23 46 01 SPT Which ----_own _hlch way? ! E Toward the .i" ; toward Let's it. 326 23 46 04 PLT Okay. there moved SPT PLT 326 23 46 38 SPT see, y_u got your i I'm going to try to ease my foot over in the ISOP against the - darn now I exay f_om the tool sieve vents.
!

the

.... Watch

PCU in there.

Hold you ove_ there. ! Ah, I need t_ come ! down too. -

Well, you're !going to have to be on the other ,II on the o_her side then, Bill. PLT _kay. _ Okay_ It was an idea.

SPT

You think yoU could get at it the other way, with your fe_t up in the other - completely up in the otl_er direction, m_ybe with your legs around _hat tool sieve vent or your feet straddling _erneat _ou I Isuit there. ! little
)

it. under there

SPT

I'm thinking someho_.

can get your legs

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Easy on your Well, there's

piece s of stuff

Just

go

...

PLT SPT ',!::_ SPT

Okay, Okay. There

that's Igood, i The . _. is _he_de_l down in your you go_ shoe here direction.

This thing e_ Be out of this bit ... your _ead. ... 8lin_t Oh, no _us0rkthere.

a Little

SPT PLT

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SPT PLT SPT SPT PLT PLT SPT PLT _ SPT

... Oh,{ha£ ... Yeah. ... ... Okay. That it? No, no, no. Yeah, your

"white is Just to make

sure.

fep% shii_ed.
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Get your left

leg

yp around the iheel. PLT Yeah. !
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Move your hee_ Now, hola yo_

around he_d

there.

There

you go.

again. all that requires

Take your ti_, Bill, because is Just a pre#Ise alinement.

PLT

Yeah, and mow! I - I tore all the insulation off to give m_ visibility from the other side. Now I'_ over here.

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Roger. Bruce. I We pinned the PITCH AXIS and they'reat th_ m_ent tryingto get the disable plug_nstalled.
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That

sounds bSantiful, I

thank

you.

Is the insulation Yeah, I got _

strsight

there?

insulation s_raight.

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SPT PLT

Okay.

[ on mM right arm. So I got

I got the tear to 1 look,

SPT

Well,

_e can switch that.

Let's

do that.

If you don't Iget lined never SPT 326 23 50 48 _ !: SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT .... get itlin

up properly,

you'll

|

there.

Hold

_, @nto that thing.

Let me hold Okay.

Goodon there. Okay. Okay. Now, _ou want to get your left shield u_ around the tool sieve vent, ... be_dlmg ! your head.

PLT

Okay.

_ _ _ _ _ ii_ :

PLT PLT SPT PLT

Hey, heautiu_. f Hey, hey that_ Okay. Now. I think fits real ' _I! can-good, Ed.

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That 's all iI_ takes. Just take your time and aline

it precisely

Now, you got It cocked towards me too much. To rards me. Wait a minute wait a minute.

PLT SPT

It's not hook._d. Bill. Okay.

It's not hooked,

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PLT

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Okay,

I'll

t_--i%

again .... it under. towards

... it hurt 1_nglng

... reset towards - _Imost cocked ready _o go in? Yeah. Okay. Okay. I got it, now, steady. Okay, I'm trying. No - ... No. It happ_s, it off slow,_w it off a lit_ebit

PLT SPT PLT

if you hold me

_

SPT PLT SPT

Just happens. try it again. more.

Back Back

Counterclockwise.

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It is. Okay,

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then. _ I think you done it.

now tr_ it again

Hey, hey! Good!

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CDR SPT PLT SPT

...
Okay,

t
very g_Dd. Here we go, now.

Is that gl] I le ws_ down now? Yeah, it's =I the way on.

Okay, take yo'_" wrist tether off. We'll back oU_ of the way and see whether this rhole bail game works.

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326 23 54 57 CDR All ri_t__ If - We want you to take the - _t switch and put it in the pitch _ff position. That 's sway from _ MDA. Away from %h_ MDA. Yeah, says, verify _y reading 'PITCH OFF." it. That is

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... you're cq_flgured the disable ____nt.

as pITCH,

OFF, on .doing '_'

It is not - tmat's what we're right new, B_ t,ce. PITCH, OFF is verified. Okay. Let me get ba-.k up here way. All right.

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Okay, before _ leave, I'm going to try to put a _ot of that insulation back around t_re. Okay, you tel_ me when you're of the antenna,

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clear
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and I'll .start things

_: _

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Okay. Okay, we are _nt clear. here. Okay, Just a _oth All right. Go ahead.

._ _

Lit I get there.

It 's all thro _h? Okay. Here _ go. now.

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RAD power' s @ ,ing to STANDBY,

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0kay.

It's - off-center in roll?

Is it - is it well

No, it's cent _eg in roll. Well, Let's move _-_e it off a little su_ it's - and it'snow.
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bit.

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Oh, it was of Okay, it's of

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All right, H_re it comes

Stand

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clear. I That ' cent_in s roll I I Okay. Now we re going to make roll axis test. S m_ke sure you're well clear.
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That we are. Clear.

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Okay. Here _ go. We're CROSSTRACK N(_rCONTIGUOUS, RAD _ng on.

going to T.W_T/RIGHT. RAD ,_

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Nov.

READY POWER'slight ' comln_°on_ - now. comes. a Here it i got SPT 326 23 56 59 CDR Go ahead. EREP SYSTEM doing & five It 's not doi_ No kidding. Wait Okay. Hey l a minute i _%_. You should be _ antenna-roll motion. s_hing. !

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PLT

Okay, i need to be getting a foot I don't want to get in the foot restriant until you're through, I guess. Okay, give me the position. Let me get this all cleaned up, and then I'Ii let you get at that foot restaint. Okay, back away a little bit and I'ii try and get the scossors back in here. Okay. I have everything secured here pretty much, Bill. Okay, Bill, if you would - ... Go t to find the ends of these Velcro straps. I tell you that's good Velcro. Stuff really holds. Bill? Yeah. Hold on. There's a staff right near your head you need to pull loose for him. Oh, I'm sorry; Right hand. I - Okay, which one?

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B27 O0 03 08

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CDR PLT SPT CDR

PLT CDB

there, right by your - your See it?

PLT CDN SPT

Yesh, I see. There you go. Okay, Bill, now tell you what, le me roll it up first .... film loose from rolling it up. Then I'll try to the other one off. Tell you what I'd do. Let me roll down here first and get it 8_11 roolled up before we start trying to take it home. Let'ssee,I can't -

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PLT

Let me - I'll try to roll up _his end.

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SPT

All right, Just hold that. _ don't want to lose any of those tools cause l'm flapping around here. Yeah, watch out. Can I help you in any way? Yeah, you can take Take the pouch and pull it towerds you a little bit, Bill, gently. Okay. There you go. Now Just a minute. go, Bill. Okay. Don't yank it Bill. Now - all we got to do is wrap these Velcro things around here in some way. Enough to hold it. Man! I think that what I'm trying le do Gosh darn it! l've lost a VeJcro steap. Okay, search here. Okay, let

CDR PLT SPT CDR

PLT CDR SPT PLY CDR SPT

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SPT

PLT SPT PLT

Take it slow. One one more. I need to check this switch; I had my hand on his hand ... Okay, looks there's one Velero strap good. Let's get another that one.

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CDR

Okay, Ed, when you get it wound up, Just head back to the FAS. Okay, Bill. Bill will follow, huh?

SPT CDR

Yeah, Bill will be along wi tn !oot restraint.

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All right. Oh, how neat and tidy you are.

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Okay. Have at it, William. Get a cut at the action, Bill. Oh, boy. Let's see. Hey, hey! Don't it; we'd like to bring that thing back if we can. Hey, here, I tell you what. Can you move it over so I can hold onto it? You can put it in that debries pocket if it'll fit. I think I've got it. Got it anyway.

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PLT

SPT CDR

Okay, clean up the area essentially Bill. All the insilation. Try to pat it back in place as well as you can. Hey, I got it all except one spot.

PLT CDR

All right make sure those two white radiator areas are clean. And, Ed, in the meantime you're securing the tools and are gonna fold up the pouch and get it back on your wrist tether. That radiator area is good. You reading me, Ed? No, I'm not. Okay. I have the scissors. I want to

PLT 327 O0 02 32 PLT SPT PLT SPT

Okay, just a minute.

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SPT CDR 327 O0 09 01 SPT

But out, huh? Right. Okay, Bill, I'm heading up over the top of you. Just follow your umbilical ; it'll take you home. Don't mess up the feet horn [?] after all that work. Boy, I'll say. us. That would really rip

CDR

SPT

CDR

Okay, Bill, you ought to probably tether that thing to your left wrist before you take that out. I agree, whole heartely. During placement is any insullation missing on the side that's facing the spacecraft. Yeah. Let me take a look at this umbilical mess over hre. Tell you what. We also want to bring in some wrist tethers which we left up here. I Oh, boy. That foot restraint sure worked out well didn't it, Bill.

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Sure did. Beautiful. If Just tha -0 if that pin had only had a better ball peen [?] on it. It looks like you're pulling it towards you while you're trying to pull it out, and that's what's doing it to you. Attaway. There you go. Feet on the other side, Bill. Okay.

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SPT

I'ii try to get these umbilca!s squared away in here, Bill. Oh, okay; that's all the work I'm going to be doing. Get this Watch out for the feet horn [?]. There's T025; that darn thing. Doggone, Sur_ is. Okay, Bill, as ou go by and get ready t o ingress, take a look at 228 and make sure it is still perpendicular to the clipboard. Yeah. I've checked it, but it wouldn't hurt to check it again because those umhilcals can sure do it to you. You get 811 those wanted in, Ed? wrist tethers you that's a sham that didn't work.

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Yeah, I believe so. Okay. There he is. How long was it, Jet? You're looking at -

Well, let's see. 6-1/2 hours. Okay.

SPT CDR

Bight now. You still got a few more things to do. Okay, want have we got to do? Okay. Is Bill in now?

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327 00 14 01

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No, no quite; I was going to check 228. Okay, take a look at Ed. Okay. All right, now before you get in, Bill, take a good look at the EVA hatch seal and see what condition they're in. And look at the hatch dogs and make sure they're retracted. Okay. It has one little particale on it which I'm gonna brush off. Looks like just the ordinary, garden-variety crud. I can lieve with this seal. Okay.

PLT

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All right, take a look around the area and make sure that everything's in that ought to be in. All the trees ; I see all you've got is VC tree, right? Yeah, the VS and VC are in here. All right, very good. Poce the area, sergeant. There you are.

SPT CDR PLT 327 00 15 ii SPT

Okay, let me get around so we can see the first .. down there towards the - the other end. Good work, Ed. I'd say it was a good day's work. I bet that we both start off with M092/171 tomorrow. Okay .... hatch.

PLT

CDR SPT CDR

... the day off tomorrow. Okay, EVA hatch closure. Panel 319 disengage the hold-open rod. Stand by 1. It's not quite complete.

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CDR 327 00 16 O0 PLT CDR

Okay. Okay, it's compelte. Close the hatch until the retainer is engaged. Retainer is engaged.

327 00 16 07

PLT CDR

Place the hold open rod in the spring clip and strap• Stand by. Okay, the strap doesn't work.

PLT CDR

Okay, Ed. Ed, on panel 3]8, the lock corn compartment depress valve; make sure it's closed. Locked. 318, lock department depress valve - Hold on a minute - oh yeah, that's 318. Okya. Got the hatch handle Hold on. closed yet?

327 00 16 38

SPT

CDR SPT CDR

Hold on.

l'm talking to Bill now. Bill, have you got the hatch handle closed yet? No, I haven't got it closed; I've got it to first - Okay. lock's Close it and make sure the engaged.

PLT

CDR

PLT SPT

I had that old pin flipped in the way. Yeah, I don't think you got the handle all the way down there. Stand by. 0o. Okay, you got it?

PLT CDR 327 00 17 18 CIR

Okay, the EVA elapsed time, w_s _ hour_ and 3_ minutes even. Okay.

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PLT 327 O0 17 49 CC

Starting

to creep

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slowly.

Skylab, this Houston through V_iguard. We will be dumping the data voice tape recorder here. We'll be with you for 9-I/2 minutes. Okay. Bruce we're all finished. They're in and we've started to pressurize. Mighty fine, that's very good news to hear. We infer - fer from that the roll checks out good on 193. That's affirmative. You got a gcod rool axis and this pitch is hitting zero.

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Beautiful, babe. Okay, what's you tolerance It's coming slowly because here, Jer? we're here.

CDR

All right. It says after 2 minutes your press lock indieater should reach about 0.2 Yeah, that's about it' we;ve been in here -well, since you started timing, add 30 seconds to that. Okay. And it's .25 now, so it's GO. All right ; good show• All right, l'm gonna start opening the pressure equalization valve. Okay. Here it comes.

SPT

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(Alarm sound) SPT 327 O0 19 08 CDR SPT Sounds like you've got problems, Jerry.

Sure does get noisy in here. You got a RAPIDDELTA-P?

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CDR SPT CDR

Yeah. Anything else? Everything else seems to be all right. I'm gonna get it again here. What's the altimeter reading? it climbed. Bet

SPT

PLT CD_ 327 00 21 21 SPT CDR SFT CDR

I can't watch it and do this, too. Sure was noisy. Up to _.5 here. Okay. What's W'ere Just about equalized. the step after you get equalized?

All right. Just a minute; I've still got a thing to check here. All right. I guess I can open the hatch. Think 4.5, Jer. Okay. That's
up on.

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the - the VC tree you'i'e ha_]gi_g

CDR PLT SPT

Okay.

Bill, you'll have to remove that.

Okay, I'll move it. Okay, go ahead. Watch out for the VS. Here ... back. There we go. We're done. We don't have muc moist1_re

CDR SPT

in here but every - every littl bit of it is finding it's way onto those foot restriant. Look at that thing. 327 00 23 20 CDR Icing up, is it?

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SPT

Yes/q, look at it; it's getting frosty. I can't see it.

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Okay, you guys can go to the post EV-] and 2 cue cards. They are in the OWS.

SPT PLT

Right, then you may open the OWS hatch it appears. Well, we've got to equalize here first. Let's see what the workshop pressure - -

SPT CDR SPT

Wait, wait a minute. Hold on. Watch watch TO25; I forgot that Nikon on the back of it. Just a mlnute; let me get - let me pull it up here. Now you're gonna have to equalize zero - PLT, this is Houston; over. Go ahead; he's listening. Roger, Bill; on the T025 appartus, for the time being we would like you not to disassemble it ; there will be more word for you later on this evening. We'll probably try and keep it on one piece until tomorrow morning and then work on it. Okay, Bruce. Say again the delta ..., Ed? Yeah, they're okay, yeah -

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Okay. Have at it, William. Get a cut at the action, Bill. Oh, boy. Let's see. Hey, hey! Don't it; we'd like to bring that thing back if we can. Hey, here, I tell you what. Can you move it over so I can hold onto it? You can put it in that debries pocket if it'll fit. I think I've got it. Got it anyway.

SPT

PLT

SPT CDR

Okay, clean up the area essentially Bill. All the insilation.Try to pat it back in place as well as you Hey, I got it all except one spot. All right make sure those two white radiator areas are clean. And, Ed, in the meantime you're securing the tools and are gonna fold up the pouch and get it back on your wrist tether. That radiator area is good. You reading me, Ed? No, I'm not. Okay. I have the scissors.

can.

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PLT 327 00 02 32 PLT SPT PLT SPT

Okay, Just a minute. I want to put this thing back in the debris pouch. That's what I'm doing right
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This segment is duplicated verbatim within dump tape 326-14. Okay. If you can get to it. Thank you, Bill. _ I _t_in!% _he - that'S, the only way. Okay, yet? EV-2, are you - at the OWS hatch

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Bill was up there

now - -

I am in the - I've got the release handle down. Okay. Okay. Start We're equalizing equalizing. coming up slow, Bill. We're your _ressure.

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Yeah, we're at 47 now. Okay.

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Man, is that ever is really cold.

frosty.

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foot restraint

CC

Skylab, this is Houston. i m/nute to LOS. Next station contact in 15 minutes through Tananarive. At 00:41 fairly good on both ends. Station afterwards is Hawaii in 59 minutes at 01:26. Out. Roger, And Bruce. used 75 mibs for

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h05 pound seconds, so far, and we think that's really great. We still have the du_rp maneuver inhibited for this night pass. We'll enable dump again over Hawaii and start the procedure of getting back to the normal momentum state. Probably take several orbits.

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CDF 327 O0 27 17 SPT

Okay; fine. Okay we're up to 5 .... in the lock aft and put the filter on 5 ... Everything looks pretty - What are you reading next? ... 5. Yeah, they're all 5 across. her wide, Bill. Just open

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Why don't you open her up, Bi]_? That's the smallest ...

'?k_,,_:, then just L_ve _n , ', _ .... i ' s_a[ion and pick up on you; :_ "' Later, Bill. Okay, now watch yourself of there, Bill. Okay. Movimg on to the do_ing s_a_ i ._ i_._', going to he quite as easy - g _]_=j _< to... umbilical. 7 k: ch isn't lat k_ . b ,: Later _" as y<:_ cilmb <u_

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it's going SPT

anywhere.

Now, you may have to make a ... with me to get yourself free. It's g t <_ li_t_ mind in there too. It really blows you out, doesn't ]t'i Boy, I'll say. I c_n_ tn't figure out wh_:_ _ .- - _r- cn there"or minute. a It hit you a little bit _f ... 509. ,_'_e _

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327 00 29 59

CDR

Okay. Pick up on your EV-I and 2 cue cards and - l'm standing by here to cut off systems. ... I and 2. Okay, put the DAC on there. Verdi a little good data. Okay. ... ..., Clear okay. for lift-off. Doff one glove. - put the helmet Give old

PLT CDR

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Okay, put the helmet bag -

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You guys about ready yet? Well, you're supposed to tell me when it's time to deactivate these panels. You got anything Yeah, go ahead. Okay. Go ahead.

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SPT 327 00 33 08 CDR SPT 327 00 3h O1 327 00 3h 08 CDR CDR

LSU POWER is coming OFF.

Not easy, is it? Okay. The deactivation's complete.

Okay, the panels are closed out.

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PLT

PLT PRD 38062 - make that 38063. Put a PLT PRD. 23058 is the PRD reading on the SPT -23058.

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PLT CDR PLT

PLT reporting

or,SOP 60

...

Got channel B, Bill. For the CDR had PCU 015, SOP - have to get that one later, the PLT had PCU 013, SOP, 13. Bill, you're on channel B.

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No, I'm not on channel B. I've got A select - It says, "A, ON," and I assume that that's A selected. Sorry, Bill; they're still tied together.

SPT PLT

I'll probably get to that'n Just a minute in the checklist, Jer. Okay. PCU, 013; SOP, 13, for PLT. The end pressure on number - SOP 13 was 6900 psi. For the SPT, PCU number O10 and SOP 06; end pressure on SOP 06, 6000 psi.

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Tape recorder, this is the CDR at - this is the CDR aS 0h:55 Zulu. Gibson's suit began drying cycle at this time. End of message. Tape recorder, this is the CDR at 05:10 Zulu. PCU number l0 was used by the PLT on the EVA and is being stowed at this time. PCU number 013 was usedlby the PLT and is being stowed. This is a repeat done by the _LT, TIME of an earlier I understand. message

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Tape recorder, this is the CDR. We Just ran across another SOP. It's number 12; it has 2000 pounds in it, and I'm going to stow it in F-557 along with nt_mber i0 which has zero pressure.

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This is the SPT at 15:38. Subject: MOT1. On day 326, the PLT had one extra calcium supplement by mistake, given to him by the SPT. SPT out. This is the PLT to document some

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PLT

miscellaneous photographs taken with residual film on transporter 06. And the takeup is CI21 and Charlie India 21; the supply was Charlie India 124 and that was taken with DAC 01 transporter 6 as I said and the film indicator indicates zero percent remaining. I attempted to take some earth-orbital photographs. We have some taken on day 32 - 327 about 05:00 Zulu of Mongolia and coming up on China, Peking, and photographs of the Islands of Japan. Also, some photographs taken of the U.S. pass on day 327, GMT approximately 14: 13:00 to 14:00 and one sequence of photographs of clouds - standby on the time - and that was day 927, 15:43 to 15:44 (_T. 327 15 57 32 PLT PLT. Also on that same roll of DAC film previously referred to, I got pictures of weather over the coast of Africa going down over Tangania and Madagascar Island down. Again, took pictures primarily because of the cloud formation. SPT at 16:04. PRD readings as follows. CDR: push down a plus Z SAL, 42.134; PLT, which is in the center sleep compartment, 38066; SPT's by the shower, 23060. And from here on these locations will remain unchanged util we have another EVA or a Flight Plan update. So I'll Just be giving you the numbers from here on out. SPT out. 397 16 20 23 SPT This is the SPT at 16:22. Subject: 133 electrolyte. Onboard we have the two vials of electrolyte we brought up plus a part of a vial which was left here from SL-3. When I arrived, there was about 1/3 of a vial left. After using it for the first three sessions, I have had one quarter

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of a vial left.

I'm not

sure what

the

breakdown is in usage between the initial filling and the new subsequent one. I'll try and keep a closer eye on that. I think we can probably milk it along though, to get out what you need. I'll try and make a more precise measurement of the exact length of travel with the plunger and refillings which connects the subsequent hand . .. so I'll try to stick with one hand as far as I can and then we fill another until 327 16 29 i0 CDR as rummy reqtL_red. SPT out.

This is the CDR at 16:30 Zulu. Day 327, limb volume - limb volume measurement log sheet. First subject was CDR: left arm, 16.h, 16.1, 16.6, 18.7, 18.9, 22.2, 25.1, 25.1, 26.6, 25.8, 25.7, 24.5, 23.9, 24.6, 25.6, 26.1, 26.5, 27.0, 28.3, 29.5. That's the left arm. Provisions 1 through 20. Next is the right arm. Position l, 16.5, 16.h, 17.8, 19.5, 21.5, 23.7, - This is the CDR at 16:30 Zulu. Day 327, limb volume - limb volume measurement log sheet. First subject was CDR. Left arm, 16.4, 16.1, 16.6, 18.7, 19.9, 22.2, 24.1, 25.1, 26.6, 25.8, 25.7, 2h.5, 23.9, 24.6, 25.6, 26.1, 26.5, 27.0, 28.3, and 29.5. That's the left arm. Positions 1 through 20. Next is the right arm. Position l: 16.5, 16.4, 17.8, 19.5, 21.5, 23.6, 25.2, 26.2, 27.1, 27.8, 26.4, 25.3, 25.1, 26.2, 26.6, 26.9, 27.5, 28.4, 29.5, 32.3. That was the right arm, positions i through 20. Left leg: the distance between where nigher i was and the activation checklist was - is at the ankle bone up to the points where the tlbial tuber is located between the tibial tuber and the knee cap with 42.1 cm. Left leg is 20.1, 20.9, 22.1. I repeat that number 3, 22.1, 24.1, 26.5, 29.3, B2.0, 33.0, 32.5. Number i0 is 30.3, 30.5, 30.7, 33.0, 34.7, 34.2, 34.9, 36.7, 39.2, 42.6. Number 20 is 45.2, 48.8, 49.1, 51.4, 52.0, 52.0. That was the left leg, measurements 1 thru 25. All right now ec_es the right leg for the

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CDR.

The distance

between

the

ankle bone and the point between the tibial tuber and the kneecap is 41.2 centimeters. The right leg, number l: 206, 20.6, I should say; number 2 is 20.2, 21.3, 22.9, 24.9, 26.7, 30.3, 32.4, 33.0, and number i0 is 31.9, 30.6, 31.1, 32.3, 35.0, 34.8, 34.3, 35.2, 38.2, 41.0; number 20 is 44.5, 46.7, 47.9, 50.1, 51.9, 52.1. That was measurements 1 through 25 on the right leg. Neck size: 38.9, correction, 38.1; chest, inspired, 98.5; expired, 92.5; waist, 78.0; hips, 87.0. All measurements given were in centimeters. Next subject is the SPT. The left arm: position i, 17.0, 16.6, 17.5, 18.9, 21.1, 23.0, 25.1, 26.6, 27.2; number i0, 27.3, 27.3, 26.2, 26.5, 28.0, 28.6, 29.1, 29.5, 30.0, 31.0, 33.0 - correction, 33.3 on number 20. Thatwas the left arm from position i through 20. On the right arm for the SPT, 17.0, 17.5, 19.0, 20.5, 23.0, 25.1, 26.1, 27.5, 28.0; number i0 is 27.5, 27.0, 27.4, 27.9, 28.5, 29.2, 29.6, 30.5, 31.5, 32.5. That was the right arm, measurements from position 1 to position 19. The left leg: the distance between the ankle bone and the point between tlbial tuber and the kneecap was 37.0 centimeters. The left leg: 20.5, 19.3, 19.4, 22.0, 24.0, 26.6, 29.h, 33.5, 35.6; number I0 is 35.0, 34.2, 32.2, 32.8, 34.6, 36.2, 35.5, 36.0, 38.5, 40.9, 43.5 for number 20. Number 20 I say again was 43.5, 45.8, 49.0, 51.0, 51.5, 52.4; the right leg, the distance between the ankle bone and the area between the tihial tuber and the kneecap is 37.0 centimeters. Right leg position i, 20.8, 19.5, 20.8 - correction 20.8 - 22.8, 25.8, 28.2, 32.5, 34.0, 35.0, n_,mher i0 is 33.8, 32.1, 32.1, 33.9, 35.6, 36.7, 35.9, 36.8, 38.9, 42.0, 45.1 is number 20. I repeat number 20 was 45.1, 48.5, 52.0, 51.3, 52.5, 52.9. That was the right leg positions 1 through 25. Neck size: 38.1, chest inpired, 96.2; expired 88.0, waist, 77,7; hips, 89.3.

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Tape recorder, this is the CDR at 17:10 Zulu with the rate gyro liquid temperature readings. The rate gyro temps are as follows: rate gyro Zulu 6 is 95 degrees; Zulu 5, 95 degrees; X-ray 6, 95 degrees; X-ray 5, 100 degrees; X - Yankee 6, 93 degrees; Yankee 5, 95 degrees. Message complete. SPT at 17:16. Message for the food folks. The salt dispensers are not working out too well. The nozzles for - the valves at the top of them seem to plug up with dried salt, and in order to make them work, we have to squeeze the bag. Unfortunately we squeezed one bag too hard and we have been picking salt off the walls of the wardroomfor 2 days. I thinkwe need a better method.

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This is the CDR at 19:05 Zulu. At this time I have completed the housekeeping, for a 7 day CO-,,and module housekeeping check and I have the following data to read: the service module source amperage nt_mber 1 was 16.0, 2 was 0, and nt_mber 3 was 16.0. Systems test meter 9 Bravo read 1.35 rather than 1.4 and I found about a 4 inch patch of moisture on window niTmber 5 which I dryed. That's end of message. Tape recorder this is the CDR at 19:25 Zulu. The question was asked of me late the ds¥ before yesterday for the data on cap measurement of blood pressure measurement done on mission day 3. I've done as _/ch research as I can through the activation checklist and through our C_.mAnd module system checklist, and as best I can tell that data was recorded down on all three crewman at 02:30 Zulu on that da_. I checked in the recordsthat ve have up here and I have full data on myself and blood pressure data on the SPT, and I'll - that will follow. Okay for mission day 3, I have no data for the PLT. For the CDR left arm blood pressure 120 over 64, left leg blood pressure 150 over 88. Left calf with 13-I/8, right calf with 14-1/4. For the SPT left arm blood pressure was 140 over 78, left leg blood pressure 170 over 92, and no data on third measurement. As I remember that particular day was a very confused day. We were very, very far behind the time line and I have a hunch that this is the only data that was even gathered. Message complete.

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This is the PLT, in reference to questions on the T0-25 problem. I will take the questions in turn. The following questions are asked in reference to Nikon 0-1 with the T0-25 - -viewfinder. 1. Is the view finder head loose with a gap between the head and camera body greater than about a checklist page thickness? The answer is yes, on facing the back of the camera, and looking into the viswfinder ... standard of things you body of .... on activation Checklist

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.............................. When 2 originally installed the viewfinder on the camera, it was difficult to engage and yet when it was - when it finally clicked. It didn't really give a satisfying positive sound of engagement, action after that, it wiggled a lot. It was loose. Question No. 2. Does the shuttle speed knob extend uniormly into the cap on the extension approximately 1/8 of an inch? No. By measurement using the tape measurement we used for the anthropomorphic measurement, it extended in approximately 1-3/4 millimeters, if you want a better gauge, if you will look at most Nikons, that shutter speed knob has a ribbed section or part of it and the ribbed section or the little ... part which gives you the finger grip control is additionally more or less scored about halfway in between the length of the rib, which is about a little less than 2 millimeters. It expanded into the tube Just about that distance, Just about half of that little ribbed distance. Question No. B. With the view finder off does the camera shutter speed adjust knob free wheel? Answer, no. Additionally, after we got the camera back in it, I was going to show the CDR last night what the problem was, the thing worked Just fine. which indicated to us a thermal problem, cause it was actually spinning free. I would Just slip it on my finger and it would Just spin free while we were EVA. Question No. 4. Is the spring clip inside the shutter speed extension knob cap bent near the retaining screw so that the grooved end is about half way between the top and bottom of the cap? The answer Is, yes. It appears to be properly configured. Question No. 5. Is the viewfinder screen all the way in the camera, below the level of the two holding latches? The answer is, most probably, yes. The problem in answering that question is, this particular and I think - I think it was well seated, also it was level enough so that when I put the viewfinder head on, it would have put it in position because I held the knob down, the installation knob, release knob down, while I was trying to wiggle the viewfinder in position, so I am confident in giving a guess to that, although there is a remote possibility that there is some ... however I was thinking repeated

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installations which I have performed that I would have gotten the screen to actually ... 2 little catches. So I believe the answer to number 5 327 19 52 08 is, yes. PLT that's the T0-25. the end of the cnmments on

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Tape recorder this is the CDR" at 21:15 Zulu. The subject is M131-IMS. Sinse this was mock rotation, I've also have no indicated I have no symptoms. And so I don't have any comments for the time that it required for the symptoms to disapper. End of message.

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SPT at 22 hours even. Subject, MI31 0GI. I have set the rotation at the higher - at the last level of rotation, although no where near as much as I have experienced on the ground in slm_lar eirc1_,_tances .... other than expected and your data ... on the influence of getting extremely tired while taking the rest. SPT out. PLT commenting on theMl31 run. I did have a sense of rotation but only during the higher speeds. The llne did not move in any other direction other than left/right, and other than that, the experiment was Just about as we performed it on the ground.

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SPT at 22 hours even. Subject, _I131 0GI. I had a sense of rotation at the higher at the last level of rotation, although nowhere near as myeh as I have expenienced on the ground under similar circumstances. The line never moved in a direction other than expected. And your data probably is going to be influenced because I'm extremely tired while taking the test. SPT out.

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This is the CDR at Q2;15, the subject is suit drying. Apparently last night about an hour after I started the suit drying. I had to come back and put a take a urge valve off and put a cap on it. I finally neglected to turn the suit dryer hack on again. So about an hour - about an hour ago I started drying the suit again, the Gibson suit, and means I won't be able to start drying the second suit until tomorrow morning. End of message.

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This is the CDR at 05:17. In the general message that was received this morning a question was asked whether or not we had as yet discarded any of our brown garnets, and the answer is "negative; we have not yet discarded any." End of message.

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PLT reporting on ... photographs taken with end footage on a DAC ... - I will report the area I think it was over and then I will give the exact G_T. Norhtwest, you have a question about GMT day 327 20:00, or snow-covered mountains. Okay DAC over about now the Carribean islands, _,_ data 327, time 20:08. Cloud line at - day 327:00 - correction, make that 328 at 00:40 GMT. Snow-covered mountains - I think - it was I don't know where it was ..., day 328:02:03. Some good BenardCellson day 328 at 02:30. And at 03:40 I think it was either shouthern Russia or Nomgoiia and a there were good snqw patterns on the Earth, so I got qui_e a bit of footage of that. And a ilittle bit later than that, while _assing out over the Pacific it w_s for about 03:50 to 04:00 (sic) _'ve got some more pictures of the clouds which I took on a previous pass and that was at 02:30. In the same - _]most the same area in the Pacific and there were quite a few thunder bumpers poking up through and also a lot of Benard Cells and what looked like gravity wave - line of small, puffy cums spreading down from the larger cumulus. John Kaltenback, Earth Resources, may be interested in filing on th_s - I will give you the this is the same film magazine that was used on EVA smd all I'm doing is clicking

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off about i0 or 15 frames of it. Although the thing is in - indicating empty on the indicator, the end-of-film light isn't on so I'm cranking off a few-grabbing it out of the film vault and craking off a few ... frames so that I see something which may be of interest. 328 35 1_ 57 PLT I'm taking pictures of gross _'eas which would give somebody - a picture of a large area where fine detail isn't important.

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PLT, reportin_ the es/n.erastatus camera equipment status ... 106; end of film ligh_ did not illuminate. Also a note of information: I've been dual reportir_g usage of the indivifilm on _chese end - transporter

06, periodically. And I would see something of interest. I reported a lot of subjects at this time and so forth. I'm not sure that I got any of those pictures 'cause the end of film light was not working. It may have been that I exhausted the film while we were at EVA and something in the film light was off and I was trying to sort of squ..eze in a few extra frames of interesting features. 328 17 29 43 . . PLT I thought I might even do it - do it, but it looks like now that this end of film light is working I don't know whether iI can get any of those pictures I've i been reporting or not.

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This is the CDR at 17:52 Zulu. Subject is suit drying. The Gibson suit sdryingis complete and began the Pogue suit drying.

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PLT reportin_-a-J_ed-_-transporter ....... number 6. I had to take the transporter apart and build it transportor. IAlso on the efficacy of far as restraining again inside the I'd like to comment the film vault in so or retaining or holding

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position. The teflon holders for the film hold the film in, but they don't stay in the drawers. They float free. They're conti_1,ally getting away and items that fYoat free from one drawer will float u_ when you open the drawer above it. T_ey'll float up inside in space and when you get ready to close the drawer, Mou'll slam it into thyitem that has flo_ted in behind. I have JAmmed hit the SO19 !film canisters twice during this, because they have floated out of position. And the re - retainer for one, and the one I brought up there was no retainer for it. And it's floated up and out of position and I'm going to try to Jury-rig something to restrain that. So the drawe_s themselves have - the restraining _pability is almost nonexistent. I The - all of the cameras are loose, f_bating around - Jiggling all around. _nd the velcro straps are useless because there is - a single velcro strap is ver_, minimal in so far as its ability to re_ain the - a single camera that has a lens attached. There was Just very, ve_ little thought given to design use fo_ camera equipment. That together wit_ the fact that there's no space in between the drawers. It makes the film vaul_c a very difficult item to use and it's _ust caused a continual waste of time in re, towing items and reeanning items, and also you really bit me on the stowage of the one drawer where I - where we brought up; - it's called the film the drawer - Zhe polariod camera. That drawer is Jam-packed and there's nothing to restrain any of the items and every time that drawer is opened, about 50 Jillion items come floating out of there. And to end, there)s Just - the items in the film vault in Ione g may have worked, but if there was Very little design ..., at least incoi"porated into the design of the zero-g ifilm vault.

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PLT. The prtable Water tank drying is starting at 21:41 Zulu. And for the procedure here, it takes a period of 18 hours. This is the I_T. Request the entry in PLT details for day 329 activities, 15:41, to terminate that portable water tank drying.

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This is the CDR at 23:30 Zulu. The subject is $230 - $233. The first exposure was taken on time and correctly. The second exposure was taken on time and correctly. The third exposure was taken on top of the second; I did not advance the film. Sor At 23:15, I took the third exposure, which was 60 seconds at 15-foot focus, nad then I took a fourth exposure at 23:18 of i20 seconds with a focus at infinity. End of message.

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CDE Decimal point's right there. Zero point zero, zero. No, I said it's right here. Okay, it's Doing. 0.0017_ Four decima! places. Let's see, this is - must be midnight. Yeah. ... I think so. One minute to go. Trans control poser is on UP. Hand controllers aren't. EMS !,©DE to NORMAL. *** Okay. MARK. Plus X. Gonna hold it for 88 seconds. i0, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, h, 3, 2, !.

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PLT, reporting the camera status camera equipment status ... 106; end of film ligh_ did not illuminate. Also a note _f information: I've been reporting usage of the individual film on _hese end - transporter 06, periodie_lly. And I would see something of _nterest. I reported a lot of subJe_s at this time and so forth. I'm not sure that I got any of those pictures 'cause the end of film light was not working. It may have been that I exhausted the film while we were at EVA and something in the film l%ght was off and I was t_ing to solar of squeeze in a few extra frames of interesting features.

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Decimal point's right there. Zero point zero, zero. No, I said it's right here. Okay, it's point. 0.0017_ Four decimal places. Let's see, this is - must be midnight. Yeah. ... I think so. One minute to go. Trans control poser is on UP. Hand controllers aren't. EMS _,_0DE to NORMAL. *** Okay. _ARK. Plus X. Gonna hold it for 88 seconds. i0, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, I.

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Okay, now if you Just cut those rates way down. Let me Just see how far off we are solar inertial. Okay, the rates are real low. It's 0.01 right now. Let's just see if we can get them down. Okay, it looks good down here. After you get done, we'd like you to fly the CLUSTER ATTITUDE back to all zips on the ... and save us a little TACs ... gets back. Okay, Story. We show it's off minus 2.702. That's the largest - nothing in X and 1.3 in Y. Copy, Ed. 20 seconds from LOS station %rill be

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And, Jer, before leaving the command module, if you'd systems pulse meter 82 on your way out, you can get that for me and it'll save you a trip back there. We show it a Z, Jet, that you're 2-1/2 degrees off - minus 2 and a half degrees. In orbital ... Z. Okay, see if this gets it. That taking any of it out?

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I don't think I have any Z translation. Yeah, I do. Is it getting any - is it getting any smaller, Ed? No, at Z you're - you're Just sitting there, not doing much of anything. If anything, you're going a little more negative - there no, you went positive again. Very slow now. Say again. No, you're doing - you got zero essentially at Z, your rates. What about - are there - am I

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You got some good plus Z in there, but you also got plus X, and plus Y. Okay. What I am trying to do, is fly it hack to where it wss on the ball. Yeah, well you may - you picked up a tenth of a degree in your error in Z. Well, I don't see much happening. I don't see much happening here at all. Yeah, your doing all right in Z now, your Just slowly going back, you got point zero zero. Oh, no, it droped down again. 0.004 is the rat e. Okay. How's the error?

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The error is slowly coming out. I think if you Just leave it alone. However, in X - let me take a look. You got some X and Y rates. Yes_h, you're going - you're 0.2 off in X now. Okay. If I get them all within a degree, we'll be alright. I think I - you can hand them back to the CMGs with that can't we? How's the Z now?

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Well I don't see much happening. I don't see much happening here at all. Yeah, you're doing all right in Z now. You're Just slowly going back. You got point zero zero - oh, no, it's dropped down again. 0.00h is the rate. Hows the error? The error is slowly coming out. i think if you Just leave it alone. However, in X next, let me take a look. You got some X and Y rates. Yeah, your going - your 0.2 off the X now. Okay, if I get them all within a drgree we'll be all right. I think I - you can hand them back to the CMGs with that, can't you? Hows the Z now? Z error? Z is 2.2, started out with 2.5. Man, this is a long haul. Can you hear me now? Yeah. Okay, I didn't realize whether or not we were hot mike. Ye_, I got you over the - the speaker box, and I _ talking on head set. Okay. It seems to me that I've got about a degree and a half to go on the balls. It looks likes 2.1 degrees in here. That is what the spacecraft - that's what the - this is ... fly it out. ...

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X you're point 0 - 0.3 off. Negative. And in Y, plus 1 degree. If you get a little negative Y and a little positive X in there, that would help. Small amount. Yeah, I don't know how to do that, Ed. Because you remember I've rolled 35 degrees, what I do with my hand controller doesn't seem to be what's happened outside. Because we're the ... Okay, what's Z now?

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1.6. I'm going to have to put in a nominal H-CAGE here, Jer, while you're still in control. Okay. Wait till we get within a degree of Z and then we can do it. I'Ii feel good if we get to within a degree. Still getting there? Jet, you a]] of a sudden put in some minus Z now. Did you change anything? No. Ye_h, we got some minus Z's over here and wetre going back down again. I'll give you off th@ rates we got. How we doing now?

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Well, we might have a little noise in the rate gyros, but the average value has dropped considerably to the negative. We were positive before. That correct _ I just heard a bunch of firings. How are we doing now? Still essentially close to zero, in other -gords, slightly negative in Z. Shoot. Okay. What is it now? one point Still about

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Yes-u 1.8. 1.8 is where you are in Z now. It's gone up a little. We]l, I don't think there's can do here frankly. Well okay, hold on. ... CAGE. Okay,'. Guard it no_. All right. Let me know when your ready to take over. I think I've got so many Auto RCS thrusters inhibited here that I think it's kinda messing up our ability to do that kind of 8mneuver. In the - in the emergency case, where you're trying to arrest the rate, you throw everything on it and to hell with contamination, and then these controls work fine. I want to check the dock adapters here when we get finished and see what it says. much I

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This is the SPT, at 04:46, and I'd like to ask a question of the floks who sent up the medical status on the teleprinter. There's a line which follows the supplement, which we should take each day, before lying down, in the med status which was sent to the SPT. And I cannot understand what those numbers are. For example, on day 324, we had something sent up for the corresdent day of the year 321, which was 2607 for the CDR; 4500 for the SPT, and 3393 for the PLT. I was plotting up the othere data, which has been sent up, which is very useful, but ! cannot understand what these values are and !'d Like to have that clarified.

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Thank you. SPT out. This is the CDR, at 04:49 Zulu. The subject, time utilization. The mA_n addressees for this w_ll be the FAOs. I think, looking back over the week that's been behind us, the best word I can think for - to describe it, is frantic. I think it's too bad that we have to put ourselves in this kind of a position, where we're Just breaking our necks trying to get a lot of stuff done. It would have a whole lot better, I think, at least, for our morale, if for nothing else, if what took us a week could have been spread into two weeks. Because the biggest time consumers we had were finding things because we were not really familiar with - with locating everything.

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A_d I think body positioning was also a time consumer. Getting to where you wanted to go and then, anchoring yourself, and then getting what you needed. And learning to cope with your new environment Just takes a great deal of time. I think you could probably tell from our voices that we were very, very frustrated, and becoming

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very irritated, out about day 5 or so, because we Just for - no matter how hard we tried, and how tired we got, we Just couldn't catch up with the Flight Plan and it was a very, very demoralizing thing to have happen to us. 329 04 50 5k CDR Now as it stands right now, we've finished day 9, we've got our household pretty well set up, and I think we're pretty well organized now. But I think we still have a good possibility of getting behind again. I'd like the GAOs to keep this in keep this in mind if they wou *** during all of thier flight planning, because I think it's paramount that _ be able to stay up with the schedule, get our work done, and have a little bit of time to spare. Because I think if we have that kind of timeline, that we'll be able to get our work done without mistakes. I think it would - as I look back over the last weekm there were very, very many mistakes made by us. There were very many dumb questions asked. And it was because we were in a hurry, and we didn't have time to properly research anything. We take a couple of wild stabs at trying to find something, or do something, and then because of the lack of time, we Just had to flat give up, and ask for help. And, as I said before, this is very demoralizing for the crew. And I'm sure the ground didn't wasn't too much impressed with our performance, as far as activation was concerned. SPT at 17:09. Subject of general interest to the M131 folks. The feeling of orientation, persists, which I mentioned once before, and that is, if you're in the 1-g orientation in any of the structures we were working into especially in the OWS, and in the co_msnd module, everything seems pretty

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familiar, and you can ... yourself that you're in the Skylab itself as opposed to the trainer. However, if you spend any deal of time at all in a different body orientation sideways, upsidedwon - especially in one of the rooms in the experiment compartment or in the wardroom, you find that it is not as familiar to you as - as it is in the other. 329 05 i0 22 SPT It's quite a noticeable difference. And then when you start rotating back to the 1-g attitude, Just all of a sudden the location of around oh, 50 to 30 degrees or so, your mind all of a sudden says "Yea_h, that's familiar I've seen that before." And Just sort of clicks. There's nothing in any way disturbing about it. It's Just kind of an interesting phenomenon. I Just notice that there is a sharp transition in my mind when I grow close to 1-g orientation after being some other orientation for a good period of time, maybe up to a minute or so. SPT out. This is the CDR, at 05:14. And I completed the drying cycle on the Pogue suit and commenced the drying cycle on the Carr suit at this time. End of message. PLT reporting on configuration of the film vault and installation of batteries in the cameras. Thus far, I've installed two fresh motor drives batteries in the Hasselblad on day 254. I put a motor drive battery - new one in - on Nikon 01 on day 254. Installed a battery in the Photonic head flash ... the flash used on day 254. Today, I installed a battery in the S063 site. Put the PTL batteries in the head, presently installed on Nikon 3, and Nikon 5- Presently, there is a cap missing off of the - I didn't install any - any batteries on Nikon because that's a new - new unit. And, I'm - I lost the smallscrewing cap on or at least it - It suddenly appeared today, off of a spare

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(Inaudible) Not yet I can only get the - I can only get the right ... configuration. And now I want to check the rates. Okay. Yes, that the way - It must have got in that itime because i got a whole bunch of fire in here. Okay. Now we got 4o get those rates down, Jer. ! Okay. Let's see. I got 0.02 in one _xls and 0.01 in another. I've killed those rates down as far as possible I'm afraid. I wonder what do you think we should do? Before you head down there - yeah I know the da,rp'S doing a beautiful Job. l'm not doing that at all. Let's Just give it a chance to damp things up. Here we go; we can Just run it through there. You ready to take it now? The rates are Just real low. Are you ready?

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PLT, co_aent on filtvating pad. The instructions at the bottom of the filterating pad required the stowage, which was confusing in itself, of an IR cassett with the electric Hasselblad cortridge and the electric Nikon,/NK2, and the installation of hotomic head and visible lens frQm Nikon i to Nikon 2, although the configuration of Nikon 1 was with a UV lens and not with the _ot-m_ c head but with a extermal viewing head that was used for T025. I was told to leave the configuration of that camera as it was while troubleshooting T05. [sic] So we're gonna have to get the configuration straight. The - there was no subsequent instruction after T025 regarding NK01. The configuration was with the UV lens and the T025 adapter and with the external viewing head, or whatever you want to call that thing.

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SPT at 17:10 iwith the ECS check. 02 bottles coming up. Bottle i. 15 ... 00 psi, minus l0 °. Bottle 2, 1500 psi, a minus 20 ° . Bottle 3, 1500 psi, minus 20 ° . Bottle _, 1500 psi, off scale low at less than minus 25 ° . Bottle 5, 1450 psi, plus ll0 ° - ll0 °. Bottle 6, 1400 psi, and off - scale high that's _reater N2bottle che_k. than 125 °.

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and that's w_y these readings are coming prett F slow. I have to bob back and forth between the panel and the speaker. B29 17 27 25 SPT Okay, the readings for the tool sieve check - that's step 4 on page 9-22 of the Systems Checklist. Mol sieve A in order of specified in the checklist : 5.8, 2.1, 7.0, 45, and 52. Sieve B:

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In the CSM, O0 during the day and O0 at night. ATM to the transfer: 5 and 3 during the day, and at night i0 and 6. 329 17 58 48 SPT Okay, reg volts. During the day, 8.9, 28.9; aS night, 28.9, 28.9. And ss for bus volts, during the day, 28.9 and 28.9. At night, 28.9 and 28.9. Okay, at the end of the day cycle, for the state of charge - that involves eight batteries - Was 100 percent. The state of charge on the battery, towards the end of the night cycle, 18:00hours: 94, 94, 94, 94, 95, 95, 95, 95. OWS volts, 29.0 and 29.0; stops, 20 end i0. SFT out. PLT, on page i-7 of the EREP check. Monitor B-7 ... 30. Bravo-8, approximately i; Charlie-7, 55; Charlie-8, 55 ; Delta-7, 10. Correction: Charlie-8 was reading i00. J And on page 1-8, step ii0 - decal ii0, Alfa-7 WaS reading 8.0 percent; Alfa-8, reexling 85 percent.

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This is the CDR and at the S019 operates h_ve been unable as yet to see any stars. It looks like we've pretty wel ! blown this night pass as far as _etting any of the S019 pictures, _ut I hope I can profitabley spend this!time to trying to get it focused an4 try to find the starfield.

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Okay, PLT _ere co_nenting on the tape the alignment of the thermal detector, S192. C_nt on the procedure on page 10-13. First, after having ... as the focus adjust fully toward the micrometer s and then turning it away from the micrometers, I was able to get a peak iof about 41 percent. I haven't re_d the mies yet, but I don't think - it!s pretty material - I don't think it'll help any. The peculiararity here is thst when I reverse the direction even afterlgoing all the way to stop, the other _sy, that is fully away from the micrometers, I can never get a peak going back toward the micrometers. I 1 could onlylget a peak going away from the micrumeter8. I could get a peak, but it's well, well below the peak I would get by adjusting the focus know in a direction away from the micrometers, so it's not w_rking as advertised, as none of the 192 !equipment that rarely does. I wasted a_ awful lot of time on a p_ece of equipment which has caused us nothing but trouble and unless we have some more advice, will leave it on hl percent.

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reading 41 percent. _my, _this is the PLT recording on page 1-9 of the EREP se- section. Alfa 5 is reading 66, Bravo 2 reading 61; Bravo 3 is reading 76; Charlie 5 is reading 83; Charlie 6, 48; Delta 5, 14; Delta 6, 56. This is the CDR at 19:48 Zulu. The subject is time allocation and this will be for the FAOs. I think the exercise that I Just completed with the SO19 is a classic example of not enough time allowed before the experiment is to be done to allow a good familiarization with what it is you're going to do. I picked up S019 from the PLT because he was running behind, and I think it would have been a lot better had - it would have been alot less rushed had we allowed a little bit more time at the beginning in order to set things up. I would suggest at least on the first running of each of these exercises - each of the experiments, for instance, S18B, SO19 ; for each man that you ol,ght to allow at least asouther 15 minutes on ahead of the first operator exercising the experiment in order to give the operator a chance to really think out what he's going to do, and get a little bit more familiar with the equipment. CDR 1

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SPT at 21:11, subject MI31. I was _sked the point on teleprinter pad to supply the vslues for the M130 run M131 run the other day on the CDR and the PLT. Unfortunately, both numbers are no longer available; they were copied down and when they were not asked for, for a couple of days, we ass_ed they were not wanted, and they have been erased. So from this time forward we will not erase then tmtil we give them for the next time around. The values which I thought perhaps they had not entered, were put on a tape. That was for the, I think level h, for the CDR. We're going to do better data in the future. SPT out.

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Well, let's see, the frame number indication is at 003, rotation is 080.h, tilt is 016.3, and at field 122, we're in a 277 - 270-second exposure. Stand by MARK. Termination of exposure.

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Ed, i need to break in. Stand by on my mark MARK. Beginning [?] of exposure number 2, ... at 22:31, ... rotation ... 0.4, 016,3 the tilt ... SPT again with duct 3 is a 530. I will not perform step 2, as I have not been directed. Okay, step 3. Okay, l0 seconds to go. MARK. ... SPT, is there any - is there any of those ta_e recorders ... Okay, ... Stand by on my mark MARK .... number 3 ... i01, starting at 22:34, rotation is 066.8; tilt, 30.5; field 101. We're doing a 270-s econd exposure. ... ... Okay, this is the SPT picking up with housekeeping 70W, RCS [sic] check. HEAT SINK OUTLETS. PRIMARY, minus 22; SECONDARY, minus 8 ; URINE FREEZER, mfnus 13; WARDROOM FREEZER i, minus 8; STOWAGE FREEZER 2, minus 8; STAWAGE FREEZ_ 3, minus 6. Okay, going over to the SECONDselect,goingto CHILLER step 3 verified. Termination Stand by -

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WATER INLET PRIMARY, plus h2; SECONDARY, 50. FOOD, 41. URINE CHILLERs, 43 for i; h5 for 2; h3 for 3. Okay, that completes housekeeping 70W. BPT out. PLT 329 22 37 h7 PLT Stand by MARK. for mark -

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Stan3 by for mark MA_K. ... Yeah, I'll do that, Jet .... Stand by for mark Stand by ... on the ...

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MARK. :tnd this will be approximately 600-second exposure, since I will have to close the film hatch at 22:51. I'll terminate the Kohautek exposure at ... Would you hit those fellows over there Just to make sure that theytre on? Yeah, they' re on. MARK. third The light on the

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MARK. We're on our way to solar inertia.

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Also, Carl, when I was extending its I kept rotation and tilt zero, and I still got a clunk as I was going out. Now I think it's sll the way in this time. Okay, our - oh, good, our RECORD light's going off here. I don't know what's happening; I think we have some funnies, in the comm, so if you don't get good data, it's because of a problem with the comm. Okay, stand by on my mark, and I will give a mark MARK. (banging) 61 seconds. Okay.

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help. And though, ti looks like we might have at least a way of helping them for the reentry and ... before the return. SPT out. 329 00 29 31 CDR This is the CDR at about 07:35; the countaowu I did an inadvertant CALIBRATE HIGH for 20 seconds.

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SPT at 02:13. Subject handheld photo CX-19, Number 14. All taken at 02:12. Subject is snow covered moutain, which I believe are either in in Mongolia or Siberia. The snow cover well-defined the contours the mountain and I think you can get both good tech data tains and snowcovered. on mounof

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SPT at 02:25 observing So far moth eggs have since we've seen them Cape them before twice lunch. We a ds4f since And, so far,

moth eggs. not changed., back at the have observed we've been no visible change.

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Using cxIg, photo 16. The was the cloud linear feature. a linear feature which looked

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old optics system - the back optic system and I noted no cont_natlon in the back optic system that came off the F183 system. 330 02 39 0O SPT at 02:39. Handheld photo, CX 19, photo 16. Subject: Open Benard Cells over ocean water. SPT out.

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And in looking through the malfunction procedures, _t leads me to a bax '4 at EREP MALF 1., which is intervelometer fails. Now earlier today when Y ran into this - all the difficulty with the S190 film, I stopped S190 becasue I thought there would be no purpose in have - putting that film load in the middle of a ehec checkout unless there was film to be u_ed in the checkout. So I stopped 19Q operations and +hen when I got to loo_ing back at it I saw that someone had _lipped a ringer and put a film load right in the middle of the checkout, which I thought was a pretty stupid thing ito do. But at - any way this is why _ didn't go ahead and pair the 190 electronics today with the EREP i checkout check. earlier

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Now all the film is loaded and eve_rthing is checkedo_t except the 190 panel here ii0, after the in the condition - or the operational qondition that I'w, described earlier. This is the CDR at 04:00 Zulu the subject is handhelp _hotography. At 03:56, I t_ook at Nikon picture from the wardroom window on magazine number Cxl9, on day 330. The first frame, which Is number 17, was Nagoya Harbor. And that more of a gll-shiz picture than anything else. I was interested in the harbor, a Japanese harbor, and the fact that it was so clear this day. I thought that there might be an interesting bit of just gee whi_ information of this picture. The next frame was taken 03:58. It was frame number 18. The subject was a large band of clouds. It was it was rather m - much of a swirl t_at ended up right over Toyo harbor and e_tended southwest - southeasterly out into the isea for probabably 150 miles or
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end of it and the eddy was right over Tokyo Harbor. 330 04 xx xx PLT This is PLT _ecording the questions on 193. What is the condition of S193 insulation in general, and!specifically in the areas around the gimbal aud on the back of the antenna. Specifically in the areas around the gimbal and on the back of the antenna, the insulation is virtually intact. Possibly a few small pieces of insulation flew off, but there were small stripped spaces here and there. Hut there - there are no gaps or holes in the insulation on the back of the antenna. The antenna 330 04 xx xx PLT is in very good shape.

The back of it. And the gimbals, although I pulled the insulation away - sprang it away to look ifor contamination, the material sprung back _nd there was no insulation stripped away from the gimbal, except the odd sort of stip or piece that happened to have been !osted 9n that flew off. And in othere words, it is fully covered. The worst part of the ripping away of the insulation occured where the Jumper box was installed it was bit it was sdbsequently covered with a small _lanket. The other area was where the shorting ]_lug was installed and this is the only area that is still naked where it was originally covered with insulation. And there's an area about 6 inch square around the shorting plug itself which is not covered By insulation. And that is on the flat surface, which contains the Jumper excuse me - the shorting plug connector. Described the deb-de-debris reported floating the area S193 (color and size of pieces). Do you think it came from the S193 thermal blanket or from another source? Was an additional quantity noted after operations were completed? First question: The debris was the smal_ pieces of aluminum coated Mylar or whatever _hat insulation is.

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3 of 4 oue time and _aybe more. But _t very quickly dispersed the area due co the output of the gas in the PCUs. And I do think it Came from the thermal blanket. That's affirmative on that. And, let's see, at the was an additional quantity noted after operations were completed? The answer to that is, no new pieces, if that's what you mean. Now we looked around after we got - were coming back. We could see the sparklies and later on that evening looking out the wardroom window, we could see those small pieces reflecting light for quite a period of time. It looked like we had Our own sort of star field. Describe the location of the debris seen in the pitch pot. Was it near the minus i0 end?

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Was it visible between the fiberglass pot cover in the pot structure? Okay, the way I described it before your head is in a position which we use in training, the people who watched us train for this will know what I mean, you - you have the - your looking facing the back of _he antenna with the pitch pot gimbal wiper 'arm on the left. Then you reach up with your left hand and peel the insulation o_f to the left or move the fiberglass cover up slightly to the left and you can put Tour head to the right and peek in and you c_n and you can see along the path of the woper iarm. The debris was noted at the far end as if - if- if you look at this from the per_4pective I'm describing.

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And there was J_mmed up in the upper end of it - there was a small piece of insulation. It looked like insulation. It may have been nothing. It may have - it may have been a part of thw wiper arm ... But it was a shiney piece, which I was able to see with the flashlight dt_ring the nightside of the pass, 2 to 3 centimeters square, and it was packed towar_
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This is the CDR at 13:25 Zulu. subject is handheld photography.

The At

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13:15 we began the run over northern Africa. The targets that were assigned is optional to us. We're handheld target 119, 08h, 093, and 101,16. 119, the Atlas Mountains, we got one Nikon picture. It's on good old Charlie X-ray 19 and it's frame number 19 taken at F/8 1/250th. I did not have time to do much more then to take the picture. We'll try to get some observations and some eolmnent data on a subsequent pass. Simultaneous to the Nikon picture, we had a 16-millimeter DAC going at the same time. We had a few feet left over from yesterday's exercise so we burnt it up this morning. The magazine that was used was / - that the film / is on is Charlie I_dia 6h. The settings were a 10-millimeter lens, f/ll Y50Oth and 12 frsmes per second. And Bill crossed the north African coast - once - Bill we and -

started the DAC going and kept it running i thin}[ we got well down into the southern part of the Sahara Desert before he ran out of film. 330 13 27 ]CX CDR

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SPT at 14:13; subject handheld photos using Nikozl 4, CS-19, frames 19 and 20 that's frames 20 and 21. Subject is the particles of dl]mlnized mylar which are following the spacecraft and show up as a swarm of red lights in the sunset out the command module window. Two frames were taken of F stop 1.2, _hutter speeds of 1/15th and i/B0th of a second.

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00.45 minutes for the complete MO7h task. The task itself takes on the order of 30 minutes and in order to get from where you were back to where you're going, you need a little bit of pad in that. I think later on we may be able to cut that down but right now, I think intelligent flight planning should permit 45 minutes on M07h. It's PLT. The start of exposure on star field are field number 265, 270, widened, and I MARK. Comment. I was unable to get a reticle. I did see a star at 329 and .7 and 03.1, but I didn't have a reticle to center across there, however, it's fairly close to the center of the field of view, so I did not change anything. I was unable to give you reading, howerever, on Diphda and Regor, becauseI couldn't get a reticle to appear.

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Stand by, MARK. That was exposure number ll down to, up 4, my 90-second one. Correction: that was a 90-second; I'm going to give you a 270 now. Stand by. I'm Just going to give a mark. Stand by. This'll be 270 seconds. Stand by. MARK. And that was frame number 12, field 265. This'll be the 270-second widened exposure. 329.5 rotation, zero, zero, zero tilt. This is the CDR at 15:34. M093, subject is CDR. Total work 1 minute

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Okay, I'm going to go ahead and terminate this exposure and I'll give you 270-second unwldened on the field. Okay, stand by for a mark. MARK. That'll be the a start of the unwidened 270, 229.5 degrees of rotation, zero, zero, zero tilt. Field number, 265, 270-second unwidened and that - it will be frame number 13. And, this is Just a comment from the crewmen. For experiments like S019 and 183, we ought to have a minimum of a half hour to get ready for these first few times. We had - I had

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housekeeping tasks, scheduled right up to, oh, about 5 or i0 minutes before - 15 minutes, I guess, actually, looking at the pad - 15 minutes before. But, the other task - excuse - mY time on the other task. So this put me right up to the pad on ... 19 and I was reshed. I had very little time to digest it, and - this is I think how you're getting bad data. I reapoligize for it, but I don't - I don't feel it was my fault. I think it was probably flight planning. I've completely fouled up your observations on reference - correction - field number 265. I'll try to give you a good one 249,271. I takes a good quarter hour Just to get mentally prel0ared to do these experiments, and in - to give you the time to came right str-_ ght to the experiments,

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even though {_6Ts-_et up. You need, to have you co_e right to the experiment at the time ilt's called out on the pad. Although th@re was a period of time here prior observations, there was i_mnediate activity in doing the reference guide. So, there was really no time for mental reflection and trying to look and see what it was you were trying to do. The answer to that of course, is to study it the night before, but iwe don't have these the night befog. We have them in the morning. A_d what with filling and draining urine bags and all the other various and Isundry exotic things, there's Jus_ not enough time. Stand by formark. 330 15 hi 23 PLT MARK. Okay, we're was the comgletion Next one at !15:42. n_ber 249, :21_.8. PLT Okay, setting up now. of plate number This will be That 13.

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PLT. Co_nent on MO74 cal for f_ight planners, Permit 0:45 minutes for the complete MO74 tasks - if the %ask itself takes on the order of 30 minutes and in order to get from where you were back to where you're going, you need a little bit of pad in that. I think later on we may he able to cut that down but right now I think intelligent flight planning should permit 45 minutes for MO74.

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so I did not change anything, i was unable to give you a readings however on Diphda and Regor, because I couldn't get a reticule to appear. PLT 330 i_ 33 27 PLT Stand by. MARK. That was exposure number ii, now I'm coming up for my 90 second one. Correction that was a 90 second, I'm going to give you a 270 now. Standby, I'm Just going to give a _[ARK; stand by. Should be 270 seconds; stand 330 15 34 07 by.

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you come right to the experimen_ at that time called out on the pad. Although there was a period of time here prior to observations here with in_nediate activity in doing the reference stars. So - there was really no time for mental reflection and trying to look and see what it was you're trying to do. 330 15 41 14 PLT The answer to that of course, is to study it the night before, but we don't have these the night before we have them in the mornings• And what with filling draining urine bags, and all the other various and sundry there's Just not enough time stand-by for MARK. MARK. Okay, we're setting up now; that was the completion of plate number 13. Next one at 15:42; this will be field number 249, 214.8. Okay stand by for MARK. MARK. Okay is a start of a 270 second unwidened exposure on field 249. CDR This is the CDR at 15:43. M093 •.. termination. The following information now is for the Ml51 folks. We begain the M092 flash 93 sequence at 14:15 and we terminated it at this time. Stand by for MARK. MARK. Terminate in Just a second. This is the termination of frame 14, rotation 2148, tilt 1.4, field number 249. Stand by for MARK.

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Mark. That was number 3 - smells slightly, and appears to be okay. Number 3, the plant would he the vial with the smallest amount

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plant in it, smells good, looks good, and from all general appearances is living and viable. This is the one which I'll - for all three have been treated indentieallym in _he terms of their light exposure, I suspect it would be the initial condition for the plant or the amount of plan_ which we have in the agsr. SPT out. 330 15 56 07 PLT That was the completion of 90 second widened exposure on field number 271. I'm getting ready for the sunrise prep. And, PLT, that was plate number 16 for the last one. Correction 17. Fire which are following the spacecraft show up as a swarm of red and

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This is the SPT at 16:49. l'm going into a head with taking picture on ED63, I'm using tree leaves from vial number 3 - that's the one with the smallest amount of plant_ the one that looks the healthiest. I have put fresh leaves in there from vial 3, after - because I had a long time, about an half an hour. Then your trying to get the microscope to function properly. Or the adapter for it to funtion properly. So I've got three fresh ones and I'll get them lined up using the experience of the microscope to make sure the microscope is focused properly. And then I'll get the DAC pictures by mounting the adapter on. SPT out. SPT _t 17:03. At 16:55 the specimen from vial number 3 was held up to the light for 2 minutes It was then put under the microscope and focused using the experience of the microscope. The adapter for the DAC as then put on, and data was - commenced at 17:02 a_Ld I'ii give you 5 and I half minutes. SPT out.

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SPT at 17:15. ED63, recapping the two data taking periods. First one was _or 2-1/4 minutes starting at 17:02 to 17:0h and 15 seconds. The second was taken at 17:09, 30 seconds to 17:12, 30 seconds, a three minute take period. The second one was preceded by removing the slide from the the microscope _nd exposing it to light for another 2 minutes to stimulate more stre-mlng. SPT out. Mi31, oculogyral illusion mode and subject is the CDR. Nitrogen pressure termination's what it has been, 1150/1200 p_'_i. This is the CDR at 17:17 Zulu. I've beer: the subject of the M131 OGI. _md I did not notice any rotations - any motion until we got to the highest rotation speed, and then I did notice - I did notice motion. I did not notice any visual cues tha_ were were opposite to what I expected.

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Out. SPT at 17:33. Note to FAO flight planners. I've noticed for several consecutive days here I've had my PT mud PH broken _ into two different blocks. I'd like to see that PT is - be lint all into one block. There's no way in which I'm gonna - I can sweat it up twice in one d_-. I Just don't have the time for it. It's pretty inefficient to to break it up into two groups. So from here on I'd like to see that in one group. SPT out. *** the PLT. The time is 17:45, completion of the CDR MI31 M_ run.

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The run was interrupted at 65 head movement because of the subject's/foot sliding off the foot rest. I reinitited and had nD" manual tally running so we went ahead and did 100 head movements. But that's why the run will be terminated in the log ... in the -

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No - subject had no symptoms other than the L_n No, simple but the action to +.he rotation more or less reaction to the :'otation, the feeling around in the kne_land nothing were normal we - he was sort of being slung slung around by the heels. Run was normal This is *_* This is the CDR. MI31 -I, motion sensitivity. I was the subject, i noticed much more accentuated sensations, or cues - sensory cues during the head movements themselves. As I progressed, I got up to around 80 to lO0 head movements. T began to get the feeling while sitting in the motionless state, between head n_ovements, that I was on a _ a swash plate or a tilt plate. And that is I was rotating around the vertical axis, but bobbing in pitch and yaw y_,_d at the same time, sort of in a wobble mode, much like the wobble mode when you spin a milk bottle or something like that. However, the long axis was _. The reason why the system stopped at 65 ahead movements is that my foot slipped off of the - of the foot restraint. And when - as I was bringing it back on, I hit the end of the foot re-straint in a tangential 6irection and apparently the system is designed to shut down if any force is felt in +.hat direction, indicating that it's hit something. So that's why it shut down. After - the the rotation had stopped and I was Just quietlyin the chairI had a very definite sensation of 90 ° pitch down disorientation. other thml th&t.

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I felt very much the same :s • have on a steep (irive angle and diving toward the ground. And when I took off the - the goggles is when I got an immediate reorientation of the right a_titude. I'll tell you, 30 rpm in zero-g is the kind of a ride you ought to sell tic_kets for. 330 17 49 20 330 17 56 14 CDR CC Out. OK. We're through with th_ handover and we copied those c_,_ents s_qd we'll try to get them fed in - in the ._uture. One item we noticed on - from when Bill d_d the housekeeping 60 Victor this morning, we had on one of his details about reconfiguring for the sensors there and _e wanted sensor 1 in control, which I believe he had and - but we wanted sensore 3 in monitor and i don't believe we've got that configured yet.
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OK, we'll go a_d set that up. This is the SPT at 1.:58. Took a handheld photo CXI9, exposure number 22 of cloud streets (_er the eautern eosast. The frame which I took showed only from Florida, northward. However, in subsequent looking, I see that the cloud streets extend a_l the way down across Florida and off the coastline. They're very linealJust a very slight arc to them, and, extend primarily north/sou_h. Exceptionally well defined and well formed and cover over the whole state of Florida and about a equal distance u-p north of Florida.

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SPT out. This is the CDR at 18:05 Zulu. The subject is food reconstitution and water usage. This is for the food people. I'd like to assure the food people that we are not trying to give _hem snow Job on the food situation. We are merely try to avoid a lot of z_it-picky little logging exercises on half ounces of water and one ounces of water a_ a time. And by making a general statement we are - we have got what we think is a pretty honest assessment of

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the water being used to reb6rLrate our food. Now when we have the :_ater problem early in the mission, we male the remark _hat we were getting as much as one ounce of - of air into the drink bags and about half ounce into the food. But we were logging that and compen_ating for that in our log. A couple of days later the water bubble situation improved to the point where we :_aid the average daily :'econstitution problem was about one half ounce of water per dri_uk. A_id I said that from that time on we would say no rehydratable water problems and the ground would assume that there was a loss or a minus of one half ounce of water per drink. Now, since we have s_rltched to the new tankg that situation stayed with us for awhile. And last night _e felt that we were finally in a position ',owhere we could honestly say that there is no need, a[__ further., That is as of last night. Now,we will continue to go in this mode and we will keep the ground honestly appraised as to what the rehydratable a lot of little niggeling legging problems. 330 18 07 h0 330 18 ll h4 CDR SPT CDR out. SPT at 18:12. Subject handheld photograph, CX19, photograph number 23. The subject was the - phtograph was taken at 18:09:30. And the subject _'as the silt being moved by the river in South Americs_1 called _io Sao Francis Francisco. And the movement of that silt out into the oce_m. _md interesting pattern whmch showned a certain amount of silt being cse-ried in. I think - believe showed the ocean current. Out.

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Point 2: go right 28, up 28, minus 4, minus 29. Point 3: go right 28, down 28, plus 58, minus 27. Point 4: left 28, down is 28, plus 61, plus 35. Point 5: zero, 2, plus 28, and plus 2. All of those WLC ALIGN indication readouts, I obtained as written in the checklist. A plus or minus zero .... , in order to center the scattered light ring around the occulting disk, as seen on the WLC TV MONITOR, was in ALIGN POINTING of up, 20, a right - an off-scale right. FINE SUN SENSOR readouts of UP/down, plus 3, and LEFT/RIGHT of minus 42.

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SPT out. SPT at 20:07. Subject, WLC checkout. A STANDARD MODE sequence was to be viewed Just before you went into darkness - at least before we were going into night which was hulled by momentum dump active. The number of frames used was 12; however, when it stepped down to 0813 it started at 0825 - when it got down to 13, I did not get a OPERATE light out. The OPERATE light stayed on. I hit STOP, and the OPERATE light went out, and FRAMES REMAINING stayed at 081 - 08013. SPT out. SPT at 20:16. Subject is the S056 checkout, and the berylli_n count. The BERYLLIUM COUI_T came up reading at 0040, and that changed to 0000 during checkout. It then went back to 0040 when I looked at it about 5 minutes later.

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I _,_e_tto LAMP TEST ... and g_t a BERYLLI_D ,_ OUNT that remained at 0040. _ cycled COUNTER 2 to other positions, _,_hieh all read four 8's. That's 8888. I then went back to BERYLLIUM COUNT, and it alsr read 8888. I went LAMP TEST, OFF; BERYLLIUM COUNT remained reading 8888. Then I got ... the BERYLLIUM COUNT switch out - or the COUNTER 2 switch out of BERYLLIUM COUNT position, 8Aq_ it read nominally on the other display. Coming back tc _ERYLLIU_: COUNT, I read plus 00hO. If I cycle it to CY, which is now reading 357.7, and then back to BERILLIUM COUNT, it will also stay at 357.7. The BERYLLIUM COUNT seems to pick up the last value on that display. In other words, if I switch to CY and back I read that on BERYLLIUM COUNT.

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SPT

I have a DAS readout of minus O001_ I'll switch quickly back to BERYLLIUM, and I get a plus 0001. It changed signs. If I look at the STAR TRACKER OUTER GIMBAL, which is now reading plus 1639, and and rapidly switch back to BERYLLI[/M COUNT, the count remains at plus 1639. If I switch C.X - it's now reading minus - _ill it's oscillating around. When I switch it's rea_ing minus i0; I get the BERYLLIUM COUNT, _nd _+ reads plus i0. Tt ehan3ed signs. STAR TRACK INNER GIMBAL is reading plus 0642; rapidly switch over to BERYLLIUM COUNT and it remains a plus 0642. The FINE SUN SENSOR CAL position, which is minus O0hO in D-7/D_P.qN; I now switch rapidly _o BERYLLIUM CCUNT, and it switches to plus 0040. FINE SUI_ EENSOR LEFT/RIGHT_ on OCLq'_TER 2, reading minus 0035. Switch rapidly to BERYILLIUM COUNT AND IT READS plus 0035. LAMP TEST reading plus 1211. Switch rapidly to BERYLLIUM COUNT, and it reads plus 1211.

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Apparently have a funny in the readout logic on the counter. I'd appreciate any word from the ground as to how I could store that count on board. We can use it plan to use it an awful lot for flare detection, and I think it's a very important display. We ought to see what we can do in order to get it back. SPT cut.

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Ed, how do you read? SPT at 20:50. The subject is the checkout of the XUV SLIT. And, looking at the white light display, it appears as though there is awf'al lot of Just plain electricalnoise in the signal going to the display. However, MONITOR i, which has been replaced, appears to give a better image than MONITOR 2. Perhaps it's Just because the white is whiter is darker, so I get a greater contrast. I can see no solar features whatsoever in the position I am right now, which Sun center - particularly a white display with the fiducial marks. Fiducial marks appear reasonably well defined, if you believe that the ends of these fiducial marks are all rounded, rather than square. ?his was what was led to believe before we lifted off. If I move the - the canister a little bit

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_PT

about Sun n_nerous small specks which are in the field of view did not move, indicating that they are somehow either in the optics or in the c_gnera system. I'm right now shooting at a relatively low CONTRAST of 2 1/2 and a BRIGHTNESS of 7 on MONITOR i, a CONTRAST of 4 on MONITR0 2 with a BRIGHTNESS of 8 1/2. I'll - okay, got a BRIGHTNESS of 8. Thes appear to be fairly close to optimal for the displays.

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SFT :at. SPT at 20:48. Subject XUV SLIT checkout. FRA}._S REMAINING, 01607. And on the XUV SPECT, it's 00200. SPT out.

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SPT at 21:17. ATM checkout. FRAMES REMAINING, 05579. SPT out.

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330 21 56 h0 PLT

PLT starting the EREP SI90A auto sequence check, voice recording each step. Panel 106, remove front shield and stow or M-124 ; that' s complete. PLT, reporting step: rotate camera to intermediate position; that's complete. Remove rear shield and stow on M-152; that 's complete. PLT, panel 106, CAMERA CONTROL, REMOTE; check. Verify. SHUTTER CONTROL, OFF; verify. Nine circuit breakers CLOSED on panel 106; verify. PLT, panel ll0. EREp POWER, BUS, going on now. BUS 2 on now. PANEL POWER DISPLAY ON now. LAMP TEST now. And I'm checking all the lights. All ... and all lights illaminated, except for the one covered by tape. EREP to STOP; verify. S190 POWER going on now. MODE to STANDBY to verify. SHUTTER SPEED is going to SLOW now; correction, it's in SLOW; verified. FRAMES PER SEQUENCE selected to 12. FRAMEs selected at 12, FRAME INTEVAL going to h now. MODE going to AUTO SEQUENCE now. The S190 READY light is not on. I do not have any MALFUNCTION light. To say again, the S190 READY light is not on. Okay, if the S190 READY light does not come on, cycle the MODE switch several times, then leave it in AUTO SEQUENCE and proceed. Okay, I'm cycling the MODE switch several times. Okay, this is the PLT. I inadvertently went to SINGLE; got an OPERATE light and six _&ALF lights. Okay, I now have a READY light SEQUENCE. What I did there, I went to SINGLE. i was cycling MODE AUTO SEQUENCE and STANDBY. to SINGLE a couple of times, I fact, and I got a READY light, in AUTO inadvertently between I went think in i heard the

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cameras actuate after the first 330 22 03 13 PLT

and got the MALF lights cycle on single frame.

... The situation id now I have six MALF lights and I have a READY light in AUTO - MODE AUTO SEQUENCE. l'm pressing on with the present configuration. Okay, I'm going to EREP SYSTEM, START now. Okay, the thing worked Just fine. It clicked off 12 frames. The - I looked at all the magazine drive cams and gears and they were all ready and I'm getting ready to EREP, STOP now.

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Okay, EREP to STOP. READY light is back on. S190 going to STANDBY now. The READY is out. The POWER is going OFF now. All right, because of the failure to get the MALF lights in the sequence that you have writtenhere, I don't think it is really important. I got those MALF lights went I went to SINGLE; of xourse they stay on unless you cycle the POWER switch to OFF. I would like to pick quick AUTO MALF they up now and go through one more sequence by going to P0%_R, ON SEQUENCE, reinitiating it with the lights on and see that, sure enough, do come on in AUTO SEQUENCE.

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EREP, START now. Okay, we're Just fine. The MALF lights came on after the first camera actuation, clicked off 12 frames per setting, the READY light went off at the nd of the 12 frames, and l'm going to power down as per your checklist here. EREP going to STOP now. READY light came back on. S190 MODE, STANDBY light - READY light out. POWER going to OFF. PANEL POWER DISPLAY, OFF. EREP POWER, BUS i, BUS 2 OFF. And l'm reeofiguring the ... Looks good. Sl_f at the 22:26, ATM checkout. XUV MON. the GAIN positions at which _he four dots can be seen with the door closed. At 3

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where they can be definitely discerned. 2 is the GAIN position they can be seen at, knowing where they are, that is switching from 3 back to 2. They were visible at 2 but you couldn't say for sure that they were there until 3- Once the door is open the GAIN position at which the active regions could be discerned was 5, although 7, of course, was better and we would prefer to have even higher than that, if possible. At 5 was where the active regions could at least show up as something above the ... of the 2. 330 22 27 29 SPT SPT out.

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Ed, you ready? Go ahead. On your page 1-20, the got a place that'll he on that checkout. All right tion 87? Yeah, 55-A checkout, we've ... for the pointing

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I am right

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This is the CDR at 22:37 S009 at 22:35 6. Out.

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SPT

SPT, this is 22:51. Subject is the - ... subject ATM checkout and the XUV MONITOR. Is the correction, the subject is the WHITE LIGHT SLIT DISPLAY. In turning the CONTRAST down to about 2 and turning the INTENSITY down for the BRIGHTNESS, able to pick-up the n11mber of Sun spots quite well. I think it is better than what we have been demonstrated that it would be in the simulator, and I think with a little work and with the CONTRAST and BRIGHTNESS we will be able to quite well on some WHITE light object. Sranulation, of course, is out of the picture but the activity we thought they would well on. SPT out.

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PLT

Okay this is PLT standing by, starting first with $201 sequence at 23:15 on the RESET Switch when to START. POWER switch will be coming on at 23:15:01. Stand by. MARK l've got a momentary ... I thought I heard something. I did. I am hearing some noises in there and the WHITE LIGHT flashed on twice.

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Again at about 20 seconds after the start of the run. I do not and _he "WHITE LIGHT is flashing momentarily. It's flashed about four times total. I do not have the green light. The green light is not on. I hear - now I hear another mechanical noise this is at 15:h8; 1:15:55 WHITE LITGHT flashed again. I do nto get a green light at all. The WHITE LIGHT does not come on steady; it flashes sporadically. Flash. Okay, 23:18:26 is what we're coming up on. I'll turn the recorder OFF momentarily. PLT Okay, the recorder is back on now, stand by for mark, 23:18 even. At 23:18:26 switch POWER is going OFF. Stand by for my mark. MARK 23:18:26. Nothing's happening. Okay, I am going to press on as though the thing is working right. Okay, location 59.5. SPT 330 23 19 i0 PLT ... Yeah it doesn't want to start 59.5 until 22.6. And I want to START at 23:19:30. Okay, 23:19 MARK 10, and I'm getting ready to 23:19:30 POWER switch on and RESET switch to START. 23:19:30 stand by for my launch. I will give a mark at 30 that's 31. POWER switch going on now. MARK. That's good. I got amomentary WHTIE LIGHT flash, but nothing happening. Now I hear noise, like a motor. I don't have any green light. I have no flashes of WHITE LIGHT , 2 flashes, another flash. Flash with WHITE LIGHT again. Sounds like somemore mechanical noise. Okay, that WHITE LIGHT flash at the end of the mechanical nosie and the motor drive noise. Waiting for 23:27 and we'll turn the record off. It's about a five minutes break here. Okay, PLT coming up on - 50 - 6 - 56, and 57. Stand by for a mark. MARK. POWER OFF. Okay goood.

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Okay, I want 206.7. Yeah, 206.7 and 24.1. And at 23:29 POWER switch is ON. 23:29:00 POWER switch ON and START. Okay, if you will do this for me, if you'll check the lights for me. SPT CDR PLT Yeah. Tell him I'll he right 23:28:57. START. POWER switch with him, on. RESET Ed. switch

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It doesn't look bad. glowing.

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Okay, it sure is it's ON. It Just didn't look like it was ON. Looks ... Okay, ... advance light comes on at the end the ... but it flashes and it's sort oc confusing. YOu think what's light is on hut doesn't look like it's on because its so dim. So I suppose that it's working all right. Looks like we are in business. It isn't green though, it's brownish-red. ! like we are in good shape then.

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... Okay, PLT. The SEQUENCE light is now OFF. I didn't notice when it went OFF. I'll watch kind of, next sequence, to try to find out when it goes OFF, comes ON, etc. _ _i

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Coming up on 36 minutes. Turn the recorder OFF. Come hack on at 37. PLT Okay, coming up on 23:37. MARK. Okay, 23:37:26 RESET switch to START. POWER switch OFF. 23:37:26 RESET switch will go to START. POWER switch will go OFF.

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_RK. RESET. Okay, RESETTING rotation s_d tilt. Okay, it's 176.3. LOCK it. 0kay% now I want ... 26.7. LOCK it. And waiting for 23:38:30. Okay, we're coming up. 23:38:30 switch ON and at 31 RESET switch POWER to START.

I'll give mark on the START. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. POWER. RESET. Ok_, both lights came ON and blinked. The green light steady, the white light blinked and I hear motor drive noises. Green light's still ON, and I noticed flashes of white light - a couple flashes of light at the end of the motor drive - There's another one. Three flashes at the end of hte motor drive sequence. Nothing bad. And one. So that's four flashes green light and the on at the actuation then another total and the

white light did come of three sets which was

dark. The green light is still on now. What is supposed to he - apparently supposed to be the green light ; is actually a sort of brownish-red light. Yeah, .. ., I'll cut through the motor drive noise. There's another flash of the white light. Another one. I only got two flashes another one, third flash. With the green light, the SEQUENCE ON light, it's not green, is virtually useless as an indicator because it's so dim. However, for your purposes I'm reporting the lights green because you want to know whether the equipment is working or not and apparently it is. The only thing is the green light as and indication is useless, particularly for EVA. PLT Coming switch Okay, MARK. OFF. up on the 23.41 will go OFF. coming up Stand by Stand by. and 23:41:56 POWER

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Dang it, I did get a blasted white light there. Okay, that's RESET rotation 55.7. Okay, I want 16.0. Oks,v, and I started at 23:h3 POWER switch ON. 23:42:45. Okay. Stand by. 50, 55, POWER switch ON and START. POWER. START. Okay, the green light on, and the white light flashed. I don't hear anything. I hear the noises - Just about 7 seconds, of motor drive noises at 43:07, at the MARK. At 43:16 of the motor drive noise stopped. A white flash.

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MARK, another white flash. MARK, another flash of white lights. SEQUENCE ON light is okay. Motor drive at 46 I got another motor drive noise.

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MARK at the 43:55 end of the motor drive noise. And I got another couple of flashes of white light. MARK another flash of white light. Okay, at 44.41, - 44.41_ it's 44.20 now, at 44.41 1 want POWER switch to OFF. Stand by i0 seconds.

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MARK. POWER switch OFF and the SEQUENCE ON light went out. Terminates the operation $201, and I think I have repeated enough information to let you know whether your criminor is working properly or not. PLT is out.

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This is the PLT reporting the activation of the atmospheric vehicle ...... concentrated at 15:15 Zulu. And the serial number is 1004.

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SPT at 04:06. Give you the results of the ATM checkout on canister alignment calibration. The readings were vague, and should be 2-16- - - on the ATM System Checklist and Data book. Item 2, flying power: PRIMARY, 1030; SECONDARY, 411. Item 4, PRIMARY, 829; SECONDARY, 219. Item 6, PRI_O_RY, 705; SECONDARY, 043. Last item is not numbered for the space reading. At the completion, do, did it, and ... seconds.

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SPT, out.

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331 14 22 25 CDR This is the CDR on the ATM panel at 14:23. ATM operation started on time. The S054 malfunction procedure was unsuccessful; we still have the solar sunken barber pole. And on JOB 6, step m,mher l, on the S082A exposure I exposed the first one in 1 minute and 15 seconds rather than 1 minute. Out. This is the CDR at 14:34 Zulu. VTR operations terminated on ATM MONITOR number i.

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This is the SPT at 15:01. Giving the results of the ATM four limb co - clignment. I'll be readingfrom page i-i of the ATM Log. Day is 331. Time 02:58. Upper limb, H-alfa 1 pl - plus 1028. 82B with plus 1037. 55 was plus 1031. The lower limb, 82B was minus 919. 55 was minus 918. The left limb, H-alfa 1 minus i000. 82B 998. 55 minus 999. The right limb 82B was plus 961. 55 plus 965. The 55 mirror position was 1032. When I gave H-alfa i mamlal exposure at each of the four limbs, about the first one I took two exposures, the second one ... correct. The first alignment on the upper limb had me coming out a little bit too far inside when I went to the lower limb. So I went back at - to the upper limb and changed the H-alfa reticle so that I would be equidistant from what I took as to be the llmb but which was actually a little outside of the limb. So use the second one for the upper limb and the remaining three are good for the other limb.

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I think I've got a good handle on where the H-alfa limb is now and they should not have any problem with ... SPT out. On addendum to the previous four limb co-alignment I also carried out the 55 offset. And in moving the H-alfa 2 reticle, I found that the moment we cornered the exceptionally small, something on the order of an arc second perhaps, was Just a very small milli - t weak [?] Apparently it's not very stable. SPT out.

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Hey, Bill. ... Let me know when It's on, Jer. Okay, thanks. This is your friendly Skylab 4 V CDR pumping his heart out on the ergometer, trying to pump a few ... back into it. Right behind me you will notice that there's a white blob laying on the floor and that's our friendly po7r mRn's treadmill, otherwise know as Thornton's Delight. Now our normal protoeal for exercise is after the ergameter, e - get off your w ergometer and move back to the treadmill and removeour shoes. We keep the treadmill in this position at all times, because we have it strapped down with a - with a long ......... Seems to keep i$ pretty well out of the way. Now it's time to saddle up. it's on.

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the - the tendons and everything and the tops of your feet and your calf muscles a real work out. CDR Bill, you got to close window. that wardroom

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You want to come and zoom in on my feet, Bill? You'll probably have to move the camera down some and zoom it right in. Okay, while I'm pumping along here, Bill's going to go over and zoom in and give you a close-up of my feet. I have personally found that the best socks to wear for this treadmill are the feet cut out of a pair of - of half union suit because the cotton is a little more slippery; has less nylon in it. Also it's quite a bit more absorbent. As your feet get hot and sweaty, they are inclined to stick a little bit, I think, on the Teflon. And if you wear the more absorbent socks, they stay drier.

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... Yes. Well no Just let him have some time on the zoo. I'm going to run. Oh, that hurt ' (Laughter). I think the biggest single hazard on the treadmill is the worry about banging your toes on the astropin. Ed's got a few bruises he can attest to the problem with.

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Okay, ... we're back out now. Getting a little hea_y breathing, there? ... ... I don't think you can. ... You can't get back far enough. ... ... Okay, you might Just sweep the pan uP, and down again, very slowly. I might also mention also that this puts was quite a bit of work on your shoulders and your upperarm's, holding yourself in position. I'm feeling quitea bit of strain up over the top of my shoulders and down through my biceps. Now, of course, if you like to do this the lounger way, you can reach well forward, rest your stc_nach on the seat post and Just use your hips to hold yourself down. It doesn't ma_e it any easier on the calves but it does on the arms. Okay, Houston; I think that's about enough of this torcher chamber. Tune in our - stay tuned for our next television pic - picture, which will come in the near future. SPT at 16:47. Subject is the ETC clock which has Just been installed. I'll give you a time ... and a mark when the ETC clock is reading lh - I'm sorry is reading 16.5. It's running a little bit slow. 16:45; stand by. 2, i. MARK. I show that I had that mark at 16:48:01, so the clock in the ETC is r_nuing by my watch 3 minutes and 1 second

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slow. Okay, a subsequent check confirms that 3 minutes and i second slow is what the ETC clock Just installed is running, and it is now reading day 27, CREW 331 16 57 08 SPT ... This is the SPT at 16:53; check, make that 16:57. The ETC has been put away this is for the M151 folks. The first half of the ETC erep was put on film and then I moved off to the A[_I. At that time, we found out we were not going to do the ERE pass today, so the ETC has been stowed and put away. SPT out.

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SPT at 18:38. (Music) With weight before and after my exercise protocol. These should go to Dr. Jerry Hordinsky and Dr. Mark-Mark- Mike Whittle over in the medical directorate. Before exercise 6.354, 6.361, 6.366, ... [CDR conversation in background] .668,3.6 ... 6.360. After exercise 6.334, 6.330, and 6.330. Looks like I lost roughly about 2 1/2 pounds or so during the exercise, all sweat. And there's protocol 7,337 watt- minutes on the bike. 40 repetitions of Foxtrot on the m-mark 1 and 5 minutes of pulling the point as well. SPT out. _D OF TAPE

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This is the CDR at - 10:20 Zulu, the termination of sunside pass ATM. Building block 2h was executed right after a quickie building block 32. Active region 87, I noticed, was beginning to build up in intensity. There were two little knowts of red or bright plage beginning to bllild about 40 are seconds south of the eastern sunspot, the eastern large sunspot in active region 87. I noticed a build ... that was northeast about 50 arc seconds from this eastern-most sunspot. This little piece fo plage cloud - brightened and then faded and then is when the one south - the two south began to brighten. And we went over the hill without seeing any signifacant increase at all in the XUV MONITOR. Out.

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This is CDR at 19:37 Zulu; completion of the last ATM day pass. I Just gave a report on the tape recorder, and I think that it probably wasn't getting through because channel A headset was hooked up. I'll repeat the report in the event you didn't get it. That is that I completed building block 32 as scheduled in J0P 6 then went on, set up building block 24 at J0P 3 Bravo. I notived two areas in active region 87 brightened relative to the two sunspots about 50 arc seconds northeast of the left or wester eastern-most sunspot of the two large sunspots. I notived a brightnening of the plage and then it faded and about 1 minute later two knowts along the neutral line which runs south of these sunspots, or between them wouth and between them. This piece of plage began to brighten very noticeabley and about that time the gournd passed up the word that NOAA had reported brightening in active region 87. These this - these two knots of brightening

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were about 40 are sec - seconds south of the two sunspots - south of the eastern sunspots. I did not see any noticeable brightening in XUV; I was watching very closely for any bright spots to start and the beryllium aperture hung in at 4 and didn't move. With about 16 minutes to go, we went into the South Atlantic anomely and I had to kill the master doe light switch. End of message. 331 19 40 20 SPT SPT at 19:41, giving the results of the cal on the S_94D. Listed on the Flight Plan is M072-W. And I'm on page 5-X on the evening status report. First sequence was run with zero mass. I'll read the total number first, and then the there'll be 5 or 9 numbers after that, each one of which is the lastthree digits of the number. The first three digits do not change. Okay, first sequence at zero mass: 1.95538, 554, 563, 555, 58o, 558, 576, 559, 549, 544. Sequence 250 - at 50 grama: 2.03198, 171, 207, 199, 166, 202, 198, 198, 196, 200. Sequence 3, run with 150 gram: 3.176h2, and now I'll Just give the last two digits from the subsequent nine numbers: 79, 32, 57, 46, 49, 84, 63, 87, 72. Sequence 4, run with 250 gram: 2.31195, 228, 201, 198, 196, 218, 190 220, 198, 216. Sequence 5, run with 250 grams: 2.43968. Now I'll give the four last digits of the subsequent nine numbers: 4011, 4068, 4019, 3994, 4017, 3994, 4018, 4020, 4018. Sequence 6, run with 500 grams: 2.62059, 055, 073, 057, 034, 060, 066, 059, 085, 086. Sequence 7, r7n with 750 grams: 2.89658. Now I'll just give the last two digits of the subsequent nine numbers: 39, 38, 38, 46, 27, 75, 38, 33, 48. Sequence 8, 900 grams: 3.05O56, 180, 149, 151, 083, 122, 070, 137, 131, 154. Sequence 9, run with zeromass units:

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This is the CDR at 20:33 Zulu. The subject is handheld photography. At about 20:10 I took a 55-millimeter lens on thy Nikon camera Charlie X-ray 19, frame number 32. The picture was a mountain wake. The spacecraft was located up over the North Pacific. We were looking to the northeast where we could see the Canadian Rockies. We can see a great masses of stratus clouds stacked up behind the mountains and causing the mountains were sticking up through the clouds and causing great wakes in the clouds along a very wide front from what looked like Alaska all the way down to almost Washington State. I took the picture mainly as a point of interest for people in meterology. OUt. This is the CDR again; the time is now 20:35, 20:35. And the subject is ATM. I'm presently operating the ATM at this time during a daylight pass. During JOP 2A and step i. In substeps i Bravo and 1 Charlie, POINTING request that we ROLL so that the 82B SLIT is - in located for uniform emission. The active region , at this time, does not have any spots that are long enough to give us a good uniform emmission thoughout the SLIT. There's several very bright knowts in the active region and I'm POINTING H-ALPHA-1 at these bright knowts so we're not getting the uniform emission requested for 82B SLIT. Out.

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there• I gave S066, a 9 minute exposure, approximately 9 minutes, a filter 5. And I'm trying to complete a building block or shopping list item Bravo - 26 Bravo, I was only able to get in one grating auto scan for 55 8rid one mirror auto raster at line 47 and the mirror auto raster's only one below 400 K. At 1 minute and 36 seconds remaining we'll start a mirror line scan 455. Looking at the following: ... break, optimize in activated 92. That's debriefing ... We still have line 25. SPT out. CDR This is the CDR at 23:16 Zulu. Picking up a day side pass at 23:11 Zulu; J0P 2A, step 4-Alfa, building block, correction, step 1 building block 4 Alfa. I pointed the H-Alph i at the target of interest rather than H-Alpha 2, started step 4 Alfa, I used two frames of S056 and then terminated, went back

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subject is handheld photography. At about 20 :i0 I took a 55-millimeter lens on the Nikon camera, Charlie X-ray 19, frame nnmher 32. The - picture was of mountain ... A spacecraft was located up over the North Pacific. We were looking to the northeast, where we could see the Canadian Rockies. We could see great masses of stratus clouds stacked up behind the mountain, and causing - the mountains were sticking up through the cloud and causinggreatweight in the cloud_ along a very wide front from what looked like Alaska all thy way down to almost Washington State. I took the picture mainly as a point of interest for people at meterology. 0ut. This is CDR again. The time is now 20:35, 20:35, and the subject is the ATM. I am presently operating the ATM at ... during a d_kTlight pass, doing JOP 2A, and step 1. In substeps 1 Bravo and 1 Charlie, _:ointing requests that we roll so that eh 82B SLIT is in located for uniform e_ission. The active region at this time dces not the have any spots that are lorg enough to give us good, uniform emission throughout the slit. There are several very bright knots in the active region, and I am pointing H-ALPHA-1 at these

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This is the CDR at the ATM panel. The time is 23:53 Zulu, and I have finished this period; I Just finished up building block 2, and looking at the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAOH on television. The roll at the moment is minus 5400. And as I stand looking at the television pictures, I see a rather strong ray, coronal ray, emenating out from about the 7 o'clock position on the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH. This ray is stronger than it was this morning when l took the picture. The picture was taken at about 14:45 Zulu. As I look in H-Alpha 2, I don't see any feature down there that could be causing that, although it could be active region 90 or active region 84, because that's Jusl about the location of active regions. I have not been able to see active region 90, which is called out on the SAP as being on the limb. Hut that strong ray is right about where I would guess that active region 90 is located.

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go before we lose our daylight. I was looking at the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH, so I missed when S056 went off, but it was very, very close to ESS. I think, if anything, I probably went a little bit below ho0 E before that Patrol, short was com_leted on S056. 331 20 56 16 331 20 57 31 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR at 20:56. The next Aq/M day pass will be conducted by our eminent solar physicist, Dr. Edward Gibson. I have decided to relinquish that day pass to him, because he keeps coming up here and salivating all over the ATM panel, and I decided the best way to get rid of him was Just to let him do it. And I'll leave the area. Out. 331 21 ii 36 SPT SPT, at 21:12. Just completed a run on the MOTION SENSITIVITY, 30 RPM, CLOCKWISE, and experienced no symptoms. I did not experience anything all the way through run. And the only thing I experienced was a very slight amount of dizziness after the run was over, as the chair was slowed down, and it disappeared in around 30 seconds. I don't feel anywhere near the reactions which I did on the ground, even the last run which I had at 30 rpm on the ground. The run which I did have on the ground at 30 rpm, I did have some stomach awareness, as I recalled, on that one, some vagal response. And in this particular tim - run ! experiened nothing. I did not e_perience the dizziness or the gyrate tumbling which the CDR did yesterday. I was just - all I felt was the mechanics of the motion and ... forces involved in making the motion, and that was it.
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This is the CDR at 2::L7. J :_ b_ut _in[.-'_-_with the ATe! dayli-'_: f"_-s. AIi the JOPs - building blocks _,ut nomJ hal!y, except for th_ one. exception. I -we reported i _ little bit earlier at about 23:16. -" reported having m/s - mispcint_d and haveing termiated and restarted. About the only thing that's worth s< "_! o: this is that the active re_.ion _z preity well died down in intensity e_d particu]'_!y the southern part of the region. I noticed now near the end of the pass, tbar _he northern part of the region is h, glnnin: to pick up and it's _.etting a ._i_:+le_'i" brighter or we're getting some - coupl_ of knots about hO or 50 arc secnds correction, it's not north, it's east. Just slightly north of east about 40 or 50 arc seconds at a couple of knots that are beginning to intensify right now. We're getting awful close to the South Atlanta anomaly. I'm going to have to turn off the TONE LIGHT ENABLE here in a moment.

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This is CDR at 00:05 £ulu. _ .... _ " of the 23:11 Zulu ATM day pass. I've already debriefed the experiment mode. The configuration for _na!tended ops is comrlete at this time. Out. PLT, completion of }4131, motiol: sensitivity. 150 head movements, 30 rpm, negative symptoms, thoughout, throughout. PLT reporting on day 330 S_qP CAIJ Sequence I, the first three numbers are 1.96. I will read the last 3_ starting with the first: 602, 596, 637, 595, 639, 632, 654, 656, 624, 644. Sequence 2_ the first four numbers are 2.041; 37, 55, 43, 38, 21, 28, 34, 43, 24, 56. Sequence 3, the first four numbers, 2.113; 78, 64, 63, 48_ 79, 88 94, 60, 71, 60. Sequence 4, first three numbers are 2.18; ... 31, 372, 377, 393, 368, 348, 401, 399, 391, 370. Sequence 5, first 4 munbers are 2.317; 57, 7C, 22, 32, 04, 39, 62, 54, 13, 19. Sequence 6, the first 3 numbers are 2.44; hOT, 389, 422, 373, _97, 401, _95, 400, 392, 399. Sequence 7_ first 3 numbers are -.62; 239, 225, 192, 208, 200, 06 that is 206, 230, 228_ 234, 248. Sequence 8, the first 3 numbers are 2.89; 443, 501, 511, 494, 525, 508, 526, 478, 464, 496. Sequence 9, tile first 3 numbers are 3.04; 641, 713, 690_ 734, 735, 708, 714, 680, 684, 692. Sequence !0, the first three numbers are 1.96; 590, 603, 649 576, 638, 607, 569 5_, 625 604. And those are - that's the end of the CAL on the S_Z_D in the head. %_e start time was - this is the - this was on the day of year 330. Start :_ms 14:50, and the quit time was 15 %_ Temperature was 76 dej'_ s.

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PLT, reporting on nhe BM_ CA£ ' 04 _ar 330. Start time was i8:_), g<_p was 19:45, although I - sequence eight I had _o wait for a momentum dump, and that started at 20:h0, and finished at 20:50. That was when I finished sequence eight. Started 18:29, the temperature was 76 degrees, and at 20:50 it was 78 degrees, a rise of 2 degrees durimg that about 2 hour peri<i, there. Okay, CA_ set number-sequence _m_bel" 1.270027, 2.70062, 2.70065, 2.<0019, 2.70096, 2.70184, 2.70034, 2._993S, 2.69934, 2.70214. Sequence 3.75255, 3.75015, 4.33087, 4.33126, 4.33142, 3 numbers 2, 3.7482., 3.75017, 3.71_902, 3.75254, 3.75149, 3.75032, 3.75137, 3.75315. Sequence 3, 4.33081, 4.33139, 4.32899, _.33099, 4.33058, 4.33195, 4.33225. Sequence 4, firsl are 4.84. I'll read the last

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This is the CDR at 04:36 Zulu. !{ousekeeping CM number 4 is complete. found a minimal amount of moisture in the command module so far during the mission. Down around, as you fact it panel 377, at the lower left-hand side of the panel, there's about - every four days I find about - two tablespoonsful of water spread out over the panel, and a patch of ice abut as big as a - oh, a silver dollar, about an inch and a half two inches - in dismeter. I find usually an equal amount of water condensed on window number 5, on the inside behind the condensation blanket. That's the extent of the moisture that I found so far in the command module. Out.

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This is the CDR at 13:30 Zulu. The subject is hs_ndlqeld photography. The target is HE-90. We took the three frames of Hasselblad film with 100-millimeter lens. The first two frames were taken in the window mount, the third frame was taken at a more ablique pointing back toward the north. It was hamdheld, and I think that we're going to find that the h_udheld photos are better than the window-mounted photos are better than the window-mounted photos because the _rlndow mount does vibrate. The weather over the target area was extremely clear. The lakes were quite clear, and I did not have time to really look at the difference in color between the different lakes, but my general impression was that the the lakes were all about the same color. The old done area was quite visible. Just to the - Just to the west and slightly south of the dune area is a very large green area, very well _pparently very _ell vegetated and considerabley more green in color than the surrounding area.

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SPT at 15:23. Just looking over active region 87 and looking at the intensities of oxygen VI in the bright spot in the north DOR of the two sunspots. Been getting intensities of around 2000. And Just moving on down to the northeast, I got some intensities there of around 6000. This is almost directly east of the upper of the two sunspots.

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There's 16000 right there. There's 22000. That's at a position of UP/D0_, minus 0170; LEFT/RIGHT, 0184; that's positive, amd a roll of minus 0352. SPT at 15:28. Just giving ... of extra items taken on this orbSt a MIRROR AUTO RASTER of active region 87 and an accompanying PATROL, SHORT on S056.

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of active region 87. And, then, i believe its active region 92, or pass - correlation is difficult to make - which also shows up much more prominently than it did last night. 332 15 31 27 SPT The filament channel is still well difined up there in the northwest, and a corona hole appears to be coming around on the west limb. Correction - the east limb. The integrations, I've found, are best done for about a 3-second duration when taking these pictures. That seems to bring out the - the bright points as well as enough of the background XUV st_acture that coronal holes and filament channels 332 15 32 05 SPT 332 15 36 00 SPT can be picked out.

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PLT at 17:25, completion of Mh87-2 Alfa. Question i: k_at; particular asr_cts of the orbital assembly see::md well <_esigned and arranged for ]!ring and working in zer g? What aspects _'_ d_!'i_icnt and how? 7 thin_ possibly the best aspect ih the %rrangemnt is the OWS arc compartment. The height is porper, it eanables you tc move about with some - at least a dgree of assurance of control; there's a lot of grid floor space available for foot restraints, although the work around the wardroom table is difficult. l_'d been better off, I think,

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just inexcusable, I would imagine; expecially you'd think in zero g it'd be better. But we trash end bounce and thunp about our expensive camera because the door, the drawer rather, won't close properly. And then the foor on the film vault is just - ti seems to me tc be inexcusable that we wJ_!d spend money buildin_ something like the film vault an<] then put a dime store latch on _he two film vault doors _d then "_hen we're activating [he workshop, find one of the doors hangin_ open. 332 17 29 k_< }IT Now I don't know if we Jarred

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vault itself is very, very poorly designed for eontainin_ items. The - they're either too loose, too tight, can't get them out, breaking your fingernails off trying to get a magazine out; or there's no provision at all for holdin_< things. Cameras, there seems to me to be a need for some way of putting - devishug slots of movable partitions _n a drawer to allow for
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box compartment. And this applies back to the film vau! _ . There are no partitions top and bottom between drawers ; the be!tom of the drawer above serves as a partition, and when it's pulled out, the item in the bottom - in the drawer below drifts free. It can get in the way of the drawer above, and wehn you get ready to close it - of course, you don't know this but when you get ready to

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close it, then you close it on the item. Now if it's a nonfragile item, you have not lost anything. But it has caused you difficulty in that your going to pull the drawer out, restowe the item in a drawer below, which is then ... which testifies to the fact that we have poor - poor restraint capability. And the Mosite is not the greatest thing, since peanut butter as far as stowing loose items. 332 17 31 4_ F_'U Large _tems have a ... like 95, 98 percent of friction surface holding them and then it takes about a I00 po_Ids of pressure to pull them out. Small itemshave about,oh, !0 percent of a surface with friction contact with the Mosite and they drift free. Then we've got a complete spectrum of more or less resistance to pulling or drifting free of items that are stowed in cutouts. We we've got a long way to go for making Just simple cutouts for an individual piece of equipment. 332 17 32 15 FLT Back to the tool drawers. They slide freely but they also slide out, and l've pulled them oi_ a couple of time. We talked about this before even when we're talking about M487. I don't like the idea of a drawer pulling free without having to take some action on _v part. Also, it'd be nice if the drawer pulled completely out if you do have

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the restraint device as _he drawers in the film vault do. They pull out; you can pull them all the way out of the container. Back to the film vault for a minuS_e, something else just - I Just recalled. The film vault doors open against each other in such a manner you can only open one at a time. Also, the thing has to be opened a full 180 degrees before you can pull the drawers free, I think that's a poor design. I know it probably was meant that way to save sapce between the ÷wo columns of drawers. in o[ner words, you don't have to - they did not want to wa. < that volume in there. -But in any event it does restrict your operation lead; you have to close one door and then the other. A lot of times you're transferring th_ngs from one side of film vault - film stowage vault to the other, and this causes difficulty. 332 17 3_ f:_ F_Back +c the th_ -_r_uble wi_h film vault, it's cause_ and the

items drifting free. _ jammed drawers int__ th. _CLO optical - ! guess -'*_ ::)ntainer couple '_• c _, +_. e._, an! [* was completely inadvertent, and it was just I had no idea that the thing had drifted free, but cue of those S019 m_kgazines is not restrainted. Anyway, I just can't over emphasize the fact that that film vault is FJu--t very, very poorly

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And one of the other things that impressed me as a continual problem is the need for small slip clips, that is permanently mounted clips that are springed against the surface under which you could, say, slide a card or piece of paFer. I've noticed expremely - an extreme smour_t of difficulty in handling Faper. I wanted to sift through my daily pads to check on something on a film loading pad one time; I had made a mistake in locating one of r_f - stowing one of my magazines. And in doing so, I find it extremely difficult

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your right hand. You could take them with your right h_d or your left and and slip them under the spring clip one at a time and then - in that manner sort of leaf through a stack of paper. But it is a problem, and think they drift freely easily. 332 -17 37 21+ _]T I

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something that would serve the purpose. I'm not trying to design for the disigners, hut a spring clip - and what I'm talking about is a ... spring we can just press against a permanent surface, and Just sort of mount it there and flat sort of out of the way, probably not raised over quarter, a half inch. But it's Just there and you can slip a card under And I would say that there is a _remendous need for locatin_ a lot of these all over the spacecraft, could put causing everywhere you them in without problems. it.

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in %he grid, you start this - start operating, it's just like operating in one g; no problems. But because we don't have these provisions all over the spacecraft - at co_mon work locations ; now minus -Z _nd plus -Z SALS should have had lots of clips and lots of these places where you could stow things and maneuver things and temporarily restrain items for conducting - what most of our SAL experiments are, are - it involves are manipulations and operations with a multiplicity of items, including paper work and small pieces of hardware cables, et cetera. Finis.
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stowage areas, put in tissues. I think we're probably okay, but we're gonna run pretty tight. 332 17 hi 15 PLT Okay, on the triangle shoes I've not been able to use the mushroom shoes; l'm not reporting on them. The triangle shoes really take a beating. This has been reported by all crews, and I think it's of course, that we've u - when you move around, you tend to sort of move with your hands and try to stabilize and stop your thrashing about with your feet. The shoes really take a beating, the backs mud the toes. The firemanls pole's excellent. I - I use that all the time. 332 17 42 46 PDT Okay, I think I've already dovered item number 2 in my discussion of temporary stowage provision and small restraints. As far as body restraint, triangle shoes are excellent. I have found myself at times when there's no frid pattern at . .. the Collanol servicing maintenance task, I actually took tethers, tethered my ankles to handholds on the molsieve because as you maneuver with let your hands, the rest of your body torques about and you're got to have some - some way of restraining your fee, because this is the one part of your body that over which you don't have as much control as, of course, the arms and upper body. As far as reconm_endation as faras recommendations

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for improvement, i would s_y that the triar_gle shoes are very good, a little bit difficult to get in. If it could be made easier, that would be an improvement. The only way I can it is when you think don't of improving have the

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say when you're on the same level, you have no diffieulty co_zmlmieating, end this is because of the noise level in the way it increases as you go up and down the X-axis of the workshop. So when you're trying to shout to somebody who is separated from you by more than l0 or 15 feet along

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the X-axis, you find it extremely difficult to communicate. When you are eo_nunicating on the same level, say in the Zplane, you have no difficulty. Of course, that restricts you to a limited distance of probably no more than 20 feet anyway. Also, I think probably the sshpe of the workshop, the fact that it's round hleps a little bit to focus sound, and expecially when you're communicating on the s_.- level. I would say - i think I've already given the distance - I'd say, oh, 15 to 20 feet, when you're separated by more tahn 15 or 20 or 20 feet along the X-axis, you actually have to shout. 332 17 46 12 PDT Okay, item number 4: How satisfactory are the food management and dinging accommodations? I would say they were satisfactory. I think that's what I would give them. I like the water guns, they're real good. The dispensing system is good. _ne of the things the foot restraints - they have already been picked to pieces; I don't want to cover them, I don't ]'ke them too well - they clock your triangles but they don't unclock them, so when you get out of the foot restraints on the on the wardroom table, you got to reach down and exert quite a bit of force with your fingers to muclock the triangles so that you can use them in the frid. And this means that - it's a little bit unpleasant you sort of tend not and

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to _se the tris-ugles the pedestal around the food preparation table. Foot restraint is essential when you' re around the wardroom taole, thoug._, and that's where I usually step back and Just use the grid because l'm a little bit lazy, and I don't like to reclock the t rianb les. 332 17 47 17 FLT The - how well does the food adhere to the utensils when eating? It is quite well, however you still get the splssh and spatter problem, and in fact, getting all of the food out of the plastic hags and Once you get it on the utensil, out of the bag, then it's no problem. One of the things that I would like to - that I find it difficult is fixing - is mixing the condimention and I find that I spray - I try to reallysprayit aroundand mix cut a big trinagle out of the plastic container, hold it over the food, and spray the condiment in there, whether it's pepper or tobasco sauce, which are the main condiments I use. 332 17 48 02 PLT Would a closer tray - to - mouth proximity have improved eating ease? For me at least, affirmative, it would, and I find _self eating Japanese style quite often, getting my mouth down very close and this Just - it Just minimizes the probability of getting - getting a food locse, because you're - you got year mouth open right down next to the food, and you can sort of shovel it in. What unanticipated problems have occurred in performing various

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activation, housekeeping,or exTeriment aciti,_ties to date? Well, I guess they weren't acticipated, hut movement really around of

and restrainging nivself has caused me a little bit more

a problem than I thought. I've alrealy mentioned the problem of s_owage and temporary restraing, stowing of loose items, particularly when assembling equipment that has multi - a multiplicity of pieces. One of the things that has really caused me more trouble than anything else is the book and accounting on the film. One of the worst tasks I've ever performed is in the film I don't think it was too transfer. well - as

far as the bookkeeping part of it, it was excellent, I mean there -were no errors. There were no errors and it was correct. However, as far as being well designed for the human factors and so forth and having some erative planning going into it, the film transfer represents a good example of how not to do it. 332 17 49 35 PLT Arid there was Just no help given the operator other than the fact that the numbers of the cassettes in the hags were written on the outside, and that was I insisted that it be was about 90 percent only after done. There lost time in

the film transfer Just looking and making sure you had the right magazine, and l'm not addressing myself to the point that they were stowed in all different locations in the comnand module. That was unaviodable because of launch problems and weight, l'm talking about after I got the stuff together with

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no help on the itemsthemselves. And other than the fact that the cassette numbers had been printed on there for me, so I didn't have to open the compartment of each bag and look and see what ... cassette number BR03 or whatever. And if I had not had that done, it would have taken me I0 hours to do that film transfer. I think that probebly impresses me as being the lousiest planned operation I've ever seen. 332 i0 50 53 PLT Okay, another unanticipated problem in performing various activation, housekeeping, or experiment activities to date, was the fact that we were we had added on to our Flight Plan not Just one or two, but at least two dozen brand new tasks which we had never done, or had just been talked through or had done maybe one. To give an example of a fairly complex experiment which we had not trained for, that's the S183. Originally were we not planned - it was not planned for us to do that. I only installed and assembled the S183 one time in a mini sim, and operated operated it a safety operation one time in a mini sim. And that's not enough for a complex piece of equipment that has pieces stowed here - hither and yon and is a fairly complex piece of equipment. You have to get film out of the film drawer and the cassette itself requires tender loving care. Power cables came out of a dome locker, the equip the assembly itself comes out of a fairly com - not comples tc

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operate, but it - it - if you're unfa_-iliar with it, it's confusing a stowage. You have to use a piece of S019, another experiment for part of it, and you have to hook it up to thirty things; you got to get a DAC camera out in adaition to the flight magazine and carrousel, and all in all, I Just use it as a typical example of, for what I con -what I consider to be, although not an extremely difficult, one which task of management of small pieces of equipment and hardware• Now when you've got to do that - I got to do it one time and yet when we got ready to do that experiment, we were scheduled a time line Just as though we were completely per station and had done it hundreds of times. I'm not - I think we've said enough, I think the flight planners had a lot of stuff Jammed down their throats, the FAD people. I don't want to be critical of them, but I do want to point out the problem. The question was asked and I'm answering it. And I was extremely irritated with the time that we were g_ven to perform these tasks the first time• And I can see what happened on the ground; I know that there are a lot of people involved. When you do that there are a lot of people involved. When you do that, there's no single individual who's at fault; it's Just sort of you get caught in the system and so I want to make it very clear it's nothing personal, hut the question has been asked and I did want to emphazize my - my feelings about it.

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Now tilerewere a lot of houskeeping tasks that I had never done before, and again the first time zhrough required more time than was allotted. Some of the medical stuff that we got, the stereo photos we had never that's right, the stereo photos we had never done, some of the iR photos, we had never done and yet we were given, you know, like, just added on a couple of minutes here and there to do this sort of thing; it's extremely difficult. What - I would like to give an example of what happens when you add on a task like the IR photos, and this is a case where we were given the task of taking IR photos of each other, and the instructions, although it sounded ratherglib,were prettydifficult to follow. Man lay down on the grid floor in front of the film locker, another man is supposed to float up around the fireman's pole, and of course that's ridiculous; you don't float when you're taking photographs. So what I - what I ended up doing was goind up by putting one triangle in by waLer tank 3 and sticking one leg bask in between the water tanks. And what I did, I had activated water tand 3 and pressurized it, and I had - then I kicked the valve off. New i didn't know this until last night; we has some trouble with started having trouble water tank. I still have not re-

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Okay, a_idthe rest of number _ is what Are there any conmnon difficulties that car. be traced to inadequacies of design, onboard provisions or preflight preparation - I Just got through telling what can happen when you don't have good preflight preparation• The - Using the example the MDA layout, the poor layout, _id locatability of lockers, and the lack of foot restraints, has been a major shortcoming operating in the _DA, _d the the drawers of the doors operation, eLc. For ... spacecraft.

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Okay, question 6. What signifi_ant improvisations cedural equipment arrangements or modifications etc. Have you accomplished as a result of adapting no living and in working in zero-g? I get these straps around the ankles to hold my feet down. I made cordboard partitions for the es_nera drawer number G in filmvault,and I hope to get around of making holders of tops for the drawers _r at least some of kind previsions for keeping the equipment from flying about when moving the film drawer to keep it from drifting out of the stowage location. The ... camera magazines also float out of their restraints in the film vault. It is just that whole film vault impresses me as being a pretty ineffective design• It - Some of them are the t_pe you can't get _hem out, and the others are loose, and you put them in their design restraints like _he EC magazines; they just filoat _ight out. How satisfactory have the various environmental elements of habitability been in providing a suitable habital? Lighting, noise temperature, h_nnidity, air flow? Generally, satisfactory. We've commented on the low hb_nidity; however the temperature is coming down now.

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_hink we're a little bit harpier. /i _= w is great. _ I h_ve no no complaints a_ ai[ on the airflow. One of the things that's causing ... more unpleasent than any thing else is the flatus - the farts that we had - generate here in this low psi. This 5 psi atmosphere's extremely urlpleasant. I think it's because of a lot of gas that we ingest while we're eating our food• The the airflow is really essential for getting that stuff stirred up and taken out of the air. Temperatures got - started getting a little - actually a little cool last night. We've actually turned the thermostat up. Noise, you always have noise. I - I'm used to noise. So it'd be nice if there weren't any. It's sort of - I guess you - It's good to have a little background noise. Lighting is adequate. Were - there were two noises that we noticed in the spacecraf-_ which we've gotten used to now, but sort of interesting on of it them's a TACS fine, fbut sounds like somebody thumping on a 50-gallon or maybe 150-gallon drum. There's a fairly sharp report. And then some kind of thermal oil canning that occurs at daylight and darkness Just at Sunrise. It gives you a nice little sound. Other than that, I'd say that in entirely 332 17 59 43 CC those categories, acceptable. everything is

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2, 3, and h. I had no problems at all with 2. I found a good s'&nspot • _nlora right near the large - largest sunspot of acuive region 89. Had no problem at sport !ng the umbra and getting it pointed up well. We had the roll of 10,800, anJ c)mpleted building block i0 and went on, arid did building block 18. On S056, I went ahead and activated, and then I began to have second thoughts about the pointing, and I terminated it, and looked over the pointing to make sure I was right, and then activated again. So I probably messed up your first - wasted one frame. The rest of the building block 18 went pretty much as planned. ! got the 82A exposures, and - well - well phased, and spread out from a time of about 43, down to the time of 17. S052 was omitted because we weren't Sun centered. And 55 just ground away. 332 18 47 02 -_ didn't notice any particularly outstanding activity around active region 87. When I came on console, it was nice and briglnt, and it stayed that way, getting neither brighter or di_er throughout the day pass. The - I did notice upon taking a look at XUV, that Just above the area where Ed Gibson reported the coronal hole - I did notice a bright area; looked like it was coming around over the limb Just north of the east east side of the limb. I should say, just north of zero latitude. Other than that, there was moth -nothing further to report on this day pass. Out. 332 19 06 30 FLT Welcome aboard Skylab. Today, we're gonna ... a little TV on film threading. _n_at we're doing here, is trying to put film into a camera which we brought up for the solar telescope. The objective e "_+_his is - whole exercise, rather than doing it on the gro_Ig, you could try to save a little weight on the material which

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we brought up. As you know, Dn Skylab 3 we were pretty weight critical at launch. We uried to bring up as much useful material as we could. So we had to cut ,down whereever we - wherever was possible. Wha_ we did, was essentially, bring up few film cassettes. This whi_e one, and t_e black one. 332 19 07 27 One containing the film which we are about to install in the camera, and the second one, the take-up reel for the cs.mera. Now the other alternative, was to bring up this total film packaging like so, which is quite large and quite heavy. Rather than do that, we convinced the folks that we're backing American science and engineering. TT._at we were capable of bringing the film up, and threading it through the camera checking it out, and making it ali work. _c! that's the task l'm in r_t now. "LT The tools ... that I have - that i'm using is pre¢ty much what you find at home. A screwdriver, paper clip, roll of tape. The tape is the zero g man's right arm. fund a few other small devices, pens, pencils, and a wrench. Now what l've done so far, is to install both the take-up cassette, and the supply cassette. This is where the film is, and this is where it's gonna go. As you can see, this is not quite an Instamatic, so, there's a little bit more tha_u snapping it in. And it's a kind of interesting and challenging Job. This cmmera here, was left up from one of the previous missions, and the picture of this one is from the second one, $L - Skylab 3. And Owen Garriott took the film out of this one and run it back, and they developed, _ud got. some pretty good pict_res, from which i t!ink we've learned a lot about .... _a _ _'m in the process of doing right now, is _utting the film through the various gears er!! trains which it must go in order that it'll properly draw across the front place here where it will be exposed, once it gets into the telescopes outside.

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This kind of task is a - a very useful one, I think for a man in space. There's nothing that l've done here that I haven't done on the ground. And I think I can Whazever I have done on the ground - did any repair work I can certainly do up here, Just as easily. Amd in some cases, you can do it more easily. '_en you're working on something - if you're - if ye'_'re would like to Just let something float while you - you need your hands to do _omething else, you can do it. Things don't lay down for you, but they do - well, stay relatively close to you while you're working. The film here is thrashing around _ecause we a lot of air current in the multiple docking adapter, in which I am located. So, Y'II just press on with my Job. Hope to see you again.

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We've gotten it up to the point, now, where all we have to do is to attach these two pieces of film together, usdng the tape which has already been brought up here and provided for us. Then, we check out the camera, which we can do by putting electrical impulses int the drive mechanism Just to make sure it _i funcitons properly. Then, we'll be all set to go. One more EVA, we'll be ..., s_d, hopefully, when we come back here, we'll have lets of good data. We have our previous mission, that we hope that we'll bring back improved, based on experience which was gained from them.

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scheduling. Been looking over the schedule and discussing it with Bill Pogue_ and we both feel that the scheduling of exercise righ_ ifter the M092-171 series is a very good way to go, and we would recommend that where ever possible. One of the nice benefits of this is that we're instrumented we ca_ _ re the doctors in._r_u_e._.e_ exercise if _hey're interested in getting. It does save a lot of dressing and undressing and all that sort of thing and we' re very in !'avor of f_i_Wl_ _._ bicycle exercise with regular daily exercise. 332 20 48 _'': ,._"--<:_ Out. This is the CDR at _0.51 Zulu. The subjecl is MO9,I 171-3, the subject is zhe PLT. The _,_'3/,_ got acorn to 5; we dtunpted the L3N£. _e subject is blood F:'essure was in real good shape and his heart rate. We got i _";t in a hurry and started a high cal toe too scan while we were still in the 5 rinune a z.£nu_e 332 21 03 _'_ 2-• rest period and I messed of your data there. up about much medica_

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This is the CDH at 21:43 Zulu, M092/171-3. N_her i let me give you the vital capacity measurements. The first one was 4.659; the second on was 4.653; the third one was 4.611. The subject is the PLT. Another problem, CAP C0_94 just called us and said they were not getting the data, except in one channel, and for us to check our tape recorder. I went over and checked them, and sure enough, for the M092 we had had the TAPE RECORDER EXPERIMENT i and EXPERIMENT 2 in Echo and Hotel respectively. Now here's the problem. On the back of the cue card at the end of 171 run it says to turn OFF the EXPERIMENT RECORDER 1 and 2 and then set them at - at Echo and Hotel. I think that's a mistake. It's a trap. What we've done is - we've deleted it from our cue card. Because this morning we did an M092, a 171. I knew it had been done and so I Just assumed that the two recorders were still on B and B and I didn't even look at them. So that's a - a faux pas on my part, but on the other - on the other hand, this is a trap. So we're gonna delete this, and for the most part, keep our experiment recorders on Echo and Hotel, unless there needed for another experiment.

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so it looks like the one at o _ or 8:30 could be a helmet streamer. I see it branching out as it leads into the occulting disk. SPT Point ot see streamers over there on the ninth - 8 - 9 o'clock region. Okay I'm standing by with a hand on the _T_C POWER switch. We're ,now I mlnu_" +_ a_ui _5 seconds - I'ii give you mark here at 1 minute and 15 seconds remaining. St _i _ by. 332 21 h7 35 2_2 $_T _$iR_. hothing evident as yet. 45 seconds, and nothing evident. Okay, no_hing evident as yet. I do know - notice another streamer and the one at 2 o'clock appears to be moved up a little bit, closer to 1:30, in that radial. Nothing as yet and 20 seconds. There's nothing evident as yet. 5, h, 3, 2, 1. 332 21 h8 50 SPT Mark. Okay, at zero I closed the door, and up to zero, I did not detect anything. I'll give it a go again on the following orbit, however there was nothing evident that I could see either of the overall gross change of the picture as you're looking through the atmosphere, or a - a change of any small detail or anything coming in from the side. I suspect one of the reasons is that we are limited now by a dump time that's a ... degrees, rather than by the actual 400 ... tape time. So always watch for more in the future as out Beta angle decreases. SPT out. SPT at 21:52. ATM ops, talking about the time scheduling and the amount of operations packed into one orbit. I think this is a rel - a fairly comfortable one, although I had to use some of my obser%_ing time in crder to exc _ce the

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building blocks. One thing that does t_ke a little more time, and I'll probably have to get more proficient cn and learn how to work a little bit better and a little faster, is using the 55 grating and - excuse me - 55 intensity data as a way of locating hot spots within act ire regions, or locating other features on the Sun. It takes a long while to hunt around and to locate what you're after when so you only have a display - a dimerical display and you have no tow dimensional feel for what you're looking at in comparison to dimerical readouts. It takes a little while to develop that feel. And in exploring active region 87 today, I found it took an awful lot of time even to find what I thought was an adequate hot spot to explore. I feel I'll get better in the f_ature at this, but it will take a fair amount of time in order to get perhaps the - the quality da_a we're aft er. 332 21 53 iI 332 22 09 07 3FT CDR SPT out. This is the CDR at 22:09. The M131/71-3 [sic], with the subject being the PLT has been completed. We've left the metabolic analyzer completely activated. We did a high cal, a low cal, and ECG cal, and took a look at the VCG's. Everything is in good shape. The PLT is now donning the treadmill and he's - I'll give you a mark when he starts the treadmill. He'll be doing it with full VCG's and blo - blood pressure and metabolic analyzer and I'ii give you a mark and a deseribtion when he completes. Out. Thi_ is the CDR at 22:12. '-'he subject beg_ his ergometer - his treadmill exercise with a time countof i0. We're getting blood pressure and metabolic analyzer data.

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This is the CDR at 22:19 Zulu. The SPT terminated - started his tres_m_ ii at event time of i0. And at a time count of 3 he terminated and we'll give you 1 minute of at - rest data before we shu_ down the equipment. Okay, we're going to give you the at - rest time for 1 minute and then the subject, PLT, is going to get on the bicycle again while he's instrumented and continue his padaling and get his full pedaling exercise in for the day. CDR out. This is the CDR at 22:20. Change again. The PLT has elected to not use the metabolic analyzer for his bicycle exercise. We've decidedthat that kind of data you already have pleanty of. He's going to leave his VOG harness on Just so he can monitor his heart rate and he'll - now this concludes the M092, 171-3 and tresam_ll exercise period.

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up with the inner part locked and the foot coming out, which means it only takes a good 15-20 seconds of pushing and pulling in order to get your triangle shoe back in shape for the net result, you never end up using your I'm the head, we Just don't There are some little ones, triangle shoes. have any. on the floor which

are all right if you're in your hare feet, hut they don't help at all if you're in triangle shoes. I w_uld suggest that ve make a _11s, eeillm_ and as much as possible ou% of something which you could hook your shoes on to whether it wouJd turn out to be triangles in the future or squares or balls or whatever it needs. I think that much of the environment should be material. 332 23 45 59 SPT made of that particular

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How satisfactory are the food ment and dining accomodations? They're not too bad. I could I could think they could be a ... in the wardroom. They're

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functionally, they seem to work reasonably well. I don't have any real major complaints right now. How well does the food adhere to utensils when eating? I don't find that is any problem as long as you're constitute it well enough. There are a few things such as sau - sage which gets a little out of hand and tends to bresk-up and move away. Would a closer tray-to-mouth proxindty have improved eating east? No, I don't think so. Not at all. You're - if you have a problem it's going to be with you regard/ess of what you do there. You just can't put it it in. 332 23 48 38 $PT up next to your mouth and flop

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unanticipated problems ... were that we did not anticipate we'd be running so darn many medical experiments which we had never seen before. There are some good ideas behind these medical experiments and the objectives are worthwhile. However, I think the people who are behind them, were eompletely wrong in not exposing these some training on them. It took us as a rough generalization, a factor of two longer than what was planned in the flight plan to carry out every one of these. By that I mean the the stero photos, IR photos, the volume measurements, the blood pressure rate blood pressure measurement, and one or two others which don't come to mind right now. They were scheduled an awful lot in those first few days, and it took up a major portion of out time Just trying to get those darn things done, and we found that we were usually running for behind the timeline and unable to get most of the housekeeping and transfers and other things set up in order to get this place sequared away. The net result is that our first seven or eight days up here were not something I'd want to go through again. We were hustling around behind the timeline tired and irrated for those for those - for that whole first week, and I think it all boils down to the fact that we throw a lot of experiments on board at the last minute dumped them all in at the very beginning of the mission, at a very critical time period, and expected it mll work and, of course, it didn't. 332 23 50 40 SPT Are there any common difficulties that can be traced to inadequacies of design, on board provisions or preflight preparations? Well, I gave the answer to one of them preflight preparation. On board provisions? So far, nothing I

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can even think of in a small way. I'm sure a few things can come to mind from time to time but nothing sticks in my mind right now. And inadequacies in the design? ... common difficulties, just a lot of small points - other than the fact that I think we can use some more footholes in various locations which 332 23 51 35 SPT I've _Iready mentioned.

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What significant improvisations procedural, equipemnt arrangements are modifications, etc. have you accomplished as a result of adapting to living and working in zero g? Well, for one thing I found that it's - it was initially hard to get used to the idea that you can drop something and it would stay right where it was. However, I find now that it is my normalway of working. I can have two or three things up in the air whether I'm eating or working with tools. And leave them there for i0, 20, or 30 seconds - and go about my business with my hands in another location, come back and work with whatever I have there. I found that I've used an awful lot of green tape. Just for securing things, permanentaly or temporarily. I find the springs that we have which we use to hold checklists down are very useful. I've also explored a little bit using the vent on the large screens up at the dome in the OWS as a work table, and I think that works pretty well, the gerodynamic work table was not a bad concept. I'm sorry the electrical one had to go along with it and can the whole thing. I may be working on that one a little bit more and trying to give you something later on on it. I think also Just plain old sticky back - I'd many times

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take tape and put it down so that the sticky side is up and use that as a way of holding nuts and bolts and any small pieces. 332 23 53 00 SPT How satisfactoryly have the various environmental elements of habitation been in providing a suitable hobitat (lighting, noise, temperature, hnm_ dity, air flow)? Air flow is great. Humidity relative humidity - has been very low here at the high Beta angle and I that we've dried-out quite a bit. I've got dry skin, cracked lips and so farth, so I hope that ... gets to a lower Beta angle ... Temperature a little warm the first few days, again at the high Beta angle. Noise? I think there's Just a littletoo much noise to get sound sleep. It's a consistent noise; it doesn't change, but I'm a relatively light sleeper and sleep more than I'd like to have it. Lighting? No problem. I think we have all the lights we need. SPT out. SPT at 00:01. Subject is cue card changs and in particular should be addressed to Bruce McCandless and perhaps the flight director on his shift. Tonight when I requested or notified that I would change the cue card to eliminate nuZ update some of you just caused a fair amount of problems down on the ground I could tell by the reaction of the CAPP COMM. My understanding is that we ought to follow these cue cards precisely by the letter. If we are to do that, then they ought to be correct. Now for them to be correct either someone keeps control of them on the ground or we make some of the changes up here and tell you what we're doing and you agree or don't agree to them. I don'tthinkthe latteris the way to

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go. If you folks want to control the content of those cue cards, then we're all for it and we'll accept the changes that you sent up, however, I would like to make sure that you understand that we plan to follow those things precisely and as written and _f changes don' come up, we'll assume that the cue card is eorrec as written. We cannot have these unwritten assumptions going into the various items in the cue cards. It's just no way to run a flight and it won't work. I'd appreciate any comment you have ... Maybe I misundrstand what happened. SPT out. 333 00 23 09 -_ CDR SPT CDR SPT SPT Say something intelligent, ... ? Yeah I did. Thank you. Welcome to Skylab III. You've stepped in on us here as we're preparing our dinner. The PLT Just stepped out after preparing his dinner, and the CD_ has moved in to eat it. We're going to watch the CDR tonight, the commander, as he tries to eat some of the food while straining it through his newly grown, but good-locking beard. We spent the first ten days of our flight getting our house squared away and learning how to live. I think we've got ten things pretty well in hand by now. The three major parts of the Skylab objective, first of all the Earth resources, I think are looking good. We have - on the first EVA - fixed one of the antennds which we use for Earth resources and it ought to give us quite Ed.

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a bit more significant information than we would have had otherwise. We hope to be making passes pretty soon. 333 O0 35 32 SPT some earth resources

The second part of the mission, the medical, has been coming along at a pretty fast clip. The first week or so we spent doing a - the major part of our time - doing medical experiments. A lot of emphasis has been placed on that because that's where the - a large number of the significant changes start to occur, and when the changes have not been observed before. The third part, solar observations, we've started off the past two to three days; we've gotten it rolling off at a pretty fast clip. We've completed all of the film loading outside during the EVA, for all of the new equipment and we have also Just loaded more film into a camera this afternoon, which was I think a pretty useful and challenging Job for a man to do up in zero g. It used to be that something like that was never even thought of. It's a relatively task since it really wasn't an instamatic type loading. But since we're tight on launch weight and volume, we had to just bring the film and not an extra camera. So, all and all, we're pretty happy with the way things have come here and we feel that the next 70 days or so in space both enjoyable for us and we mean rewarding Skylab program and the for being with us. will be quite, and rewarding for the total country. Thanks

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(Laughter) You will see Dr. Pogue here extracting some salt water - trying to extract some salt water-using the syringe with a bag in which we have brought up salt and mlxed with water once we got on board. Apparently he's done pretty well on this. Many times the salt cakes up, not because it gets too too wet as it goes on the ground, but because it gets too dry up here and it Just dries inside the place where we put the syringe. Dr Pogue now injecting salt into his filet. All the techniques of a good surgeon.

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SPT at 02:24, ATM operations. Bu/iding block i0, 82-B SLIT is along a relatively bright linear feature in active region 87, a bright plage. The - if you interpret it at H-ALPHA - it's of fairly uniform brightness, however, in terms of the XUV it frankly is not. I found that in searching around with the 55 instrument, that the brightestpart seen in H-ALPHAmany times don't correspond at all to the bright parts seen in or located with the 55. In many cases, its three or four arc seconds Maybe i0 arc seconds difference. The i0 and 40 second exposures were done by using the auxi]iary timer and Just watching the operate READY light. And when I got to the end of the second exposure, in the NORMAL mode, I hit the STOP switch on the auxiliary timer and that seems to work out real well. It's a ... way to do it. SPT out. SPT at 02:40, ATM ops. They preceed the last orbit which began at 0136. First, let me tell you at the very conclusion of the orbit, I noted that the 55 MIRROR POSITION was at a RIGHT of 25, that is it stayed in POSITION 25 from the - Stand by Houston's calling. END OF TAPE

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SPT at 02:50. I think we've seen the last ATM pass. I'm not sure how far I - I got before I got ... Houston. Some of the specs I've not been getting again. I noticed at the end of this pass that 55 mirror position was in a right of 25, that's 25. I suspect it has the remained there from the pass exactly two cycles ago. The pass which started at 22:30, where we did work on the limb with JOP 5, step 4. Since that time in the work I have done I don't think that has trapped us in any way. We did a building block 1 where we had a grating auto scan followed by a mirror auto raster. But still we were pretty close to the the center there. And we did not try to correlate with any of the any other experiment. And I did not there do any pointing associated with, or using the readouts of the intensity data. So I don't think there was ever any problem there. The other building blocks in this orbit ere there also unaffected by that. But it is something we ought to - that we ought to note. And I'll try to ma_e sure whenever we use that right position, left/right position of the mirror, that we get it back to 32 where it belongs.

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earlier today is when does the the shutter actually close on the long exposure? When you turn the power out or when you see the frames decrement? For the S082, with the SUV monitor I'm getting some very short time integrations, as short as I can practically get off the switch. And I want to know whether those are useful to I know Nell Feiliot you [?] at all. once talked shortest wondering be useful, continue admit it and than are these if

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didn't show up the hotspots to me ain't that much better the - either the ones which 1/2 are 333 02 54 40 SPT and 1 second. I believe shorter than that•

I think the way you scheduled things, that they have gone fairly well. This last orbit I had Just concluded the experiment ops Just in time. Actually I was below 400K while I was finishing up that last mirror auto raster. So perhaps I really should have out it off at 321. I think you can correlate that lrith the time. So that last one was packed pretty full. I - oh, ye_h, I would not want

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to see it packed any fuller than that. I did not have any real observing time on that orbit. I Just started right on the beginning and tread my way through it. There was a lot of interesting things to do but I still ended up Just finishing up a little bit under hOOK. But I think - I appreciate the free time which I have been given. I plan to use that for many things one of which is to try to explore the use of S055 intensity data readouts for various features. I think that's a real powerful tool for finding ... specific objects such as coronal holes, solar channels, bright spots, and bright plage, and get spectra from those locations. 333 02 56 01 SPT And I'd like to learn an awful lot about how to do that and that's gonna Just take a little time, probably on the working with it .... hope it gets good data. SPT out. PLT, in reference to 5233 and 232. First $233, photographing comet. I saw - - I could not see the comet with naked eye. I did see it through the binoculars. The coma looked a little bit larger and more well defined tonight than it did last night. In reference to $232, Jerry's already answered a couple of questions and all I can add is that I think I could have seen that barium cloud injection against any dark baskground, whether it be earth tun- unilluminated earth or space background, stars. And possibly after it hit the disk cone and sort of bleeped out the wardroom window -

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I probably - if it hadn't been for that, I probably could have seen it for a another minute and 1/2, maybe 2-1/2 minutes at the most. And I did see the barit_m cloud there as soon as it was injected. 333 03 05 06 PLT SPT CDR SPT PLT PLT, end of comments. You are on channel B, Bill. Hey Bill. You're on channel B, Bill.

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most important aspect - the design aspect - that makes it so well designed is the fact that we have the grid and that we wear the triangle shoes and that there are multiple places to anchor yourself in order to do the work that you need to do. I've given a little thought to the dome area and whether or not we need some more handholds. I'm not really convinced that we need anymore handholds than we have because we don't do much up in the upper dome area. There's a lot of blue handles up there that we don't even use. Around the ... lockers I think it was a very good design to put the ring of triangles - the blue ring with triagle holds in it. There is no ring lockers that you couldget to - without - that does not have some sort of a foot restraint available on the blue shelf. And I thin'_ that's a very good design. The ring lockers are very hand, they're nice and large. I think samsonite luggage ... are really very good. The experiment compartment is well layed out. It's a bit crowed but it's an experiment compartment and I think functionally it fits pretty well. 333 03 09 59 CDR For the wardroom - the only bone I m_ght have to pick with the wardroom would be the foot restraints in the wardroom. The triangle foot restraints restraints - at the floor of the table I'm sure you've already been told are not exactly the same as the rest of the grid. And when you lock yourself in with your triangle shoes that's all fine, but when you get ready to unlock yourself it releases you before

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you get your triangle fully Imlocked. And then you find y6urself skipping along _ne one foot ricocheting off the walls of the overhead, trying to reach down and get your triangle popped back into the neutral position so that you can stick it into the grating scmewhere else. So that's a very definite design deficiency with the wardroom. Around the table I think probably the best thing to have been - to have done there would have been to just leave the whole floor area out, and just make it all the mesh - the grid work under the table and maybe only have one or two triangles filled in on each side for the loop for a barrel or booted foot, so there's somebody who wants to eat barefooted or with a booted foot. I think you've probably got 20 times too much brown area down on the floor completely unnecessary and it would have been I think a lot better off with 333 03 ii 32 CDR Just more open grid.

The sleep compartment - I think for the room that is available for those I think the sleep compartments are well layed out as you lay in your bunks. Everything is within rea_ the radio, the lights, your locker and I think that - now I Just can't think of anything else to say there. I think maybe a little more work could have been done in the locker to personalize them a little bit more. The lockers are really just the plain old sterile locker that are available in all the rest of the area - your open areas - or with straps in them for retaining bundles. I think one locker probably should have been - maybe the second or the third from the top - probably the

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second from the top - should have been designed to open out only horizontal and provide a writing surface_ sort of a little desk, much like you find in the stateroom aboard a naVy vessel in the officer's stateroom. I think you know a Ben Franklin desk sort of

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thing where you can pull down the door and it would stay horizontal, you could lay in your bed and write and in the locker itself it would have been - I think it would have been good to have a bunch of little pigeon holes and verious little ways of ... pieces of personal equipment and things like that. Last but not least on the lower deck is the waste management compartment. I think the equipment in there is very good. The pot and the urine collection devices /-I think are and they're 333 03 13 31 CDR surprisingly easy very effective. to use

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of design modifications and a lot of fiddling around. And the final upshot of that is that we've ended up with nothing. And changing out a urine drawer in the morning is pure hell because you've got no w_, tc lock yourself down to do the wcrk that you need to do. And you're forever trying to J_m yourself uo against the wall or to lock your feet here or there and get yourself into position so that you can do the urine sampling and the urine bag change op. The same goes for when you're finished using the comaande - the fecal collector you find yourself in a tough situation with a tough cleanup left to do and no way to lock yourself down so that you can /-stabilize yourself you need to do. 333 03 15 19 CDR and do the ,job

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You've also got to weight the CC's put in a new bag, mark the CC's label, get it into the oven and so during the whole period of time you're Just ricocheting around in there with really not much of anything to lock into - nothing but a couple of handholds. That's the most serious problem in there. The - the mirrors, I think we could have done a better Job on the mirrors. I think there are better metal mirrors available than what we've got. THose are Just too dull, too difficult to see yourself in. I think the water dispenser and the - the squeeze bag are very good pieces of equipment. Right off hand I can't think of a better way to go about doing that. I think for those of us who shave with a razor - a blade razor - you need some way to clean it out. And

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I think that would be something that can very definitely be designed for future spacecraft. Some sort of a little see-through compartment with a jet -water Jet nozzel inside of it that you can stick your razor in and seal it and then turn on the little sprayer and rotate your razor or squirt it and knock all the lather and all the hair out of the razor so that it can be used again without wiping the blade. I think that - that all of the - the items that are in the hygiene kit I think we'll probably get a chance to hit later, so I'll drop that for now and hope that I'll get a chance to brief debrief on that at some later time. 333 03 17 04 .... CDR Getting back to restraint devices and handholdsand the like are pretty hard to give them a good bill of health to the workshop section. Moving on up into the airlock module of the STS and the _4DA. We begin to find that the handles become few and far between, or leg correction - foot restraints become very few and far between. There really isn't much requirement in the airlock module for foot restraints during the non-EVA situation. But it would give a thrashing around there in an EVA situation. It certainly would be helpful if you could lock yourself into some sort of a position. I suspect that some sort of a bracket that would have held the universal foot restraints might have been a very valuable thing in there. So that the - each man could lock them into the airlock module much the same as we lock VS and VC3 and then the crewmen can go in there and lock his feet in and be stable and be much more efficient in the way he works in the airlock module. In the MDA I

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How effective is the nonequipm_'_:<-assisted verbal communication throughout the 0/A? the intercom baoces have been quite satisfactory with the exception of the sequeal problem. You've probably heard sometime during the activation phase that we were having fits with the squeal problem. Once we put in the antisqueal device in the command module, the - the squeal problem on the air-to-ground loop is pretty much solved. The squeal problem does however still exist on occasions for using the intercome boxes for intercom; that is, for IVA communications. I think the intercom boxes are generally pretty _ii located. I can't think of any other places that we could locate the them other than where they are, right off hand. If I think of anything specific,

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I'll put that on the chart - on the tape, channel 18. Nonequipment-assisted verbal co_mmunieations throughout the workshop is possible. It's - In the workshope area, its quite easy to communicate with anyboby in the experiment compartment wardroom, the waste management compartment, or the sleep compartments without any great problems at all. The waste management compartment, of course, does become a little bit difficult once you close the door and turn on the fan. 333 03 20 45 CDR The food management and dining accommodations, I think, are pretty well laid cut. We have a rather unique problem in that we are staying much longer than was originally planned. So the food is not packed for us in the manner that makes it easy for us to get to it in the proper days. We finally had to spend quite a few man-hours, I think about 5 to 6 man-hours, in rearranging all the overage food in a pantry fashion so that it could be easily obtained when we need to come up and fill up a food bag for a high-density day. I would suggest in the future for food bags that we consider going pantry style. I think the pantry style is

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a - is a way to go. Design some _ittle hand food bags that you can carry with you and go up and Just pick your menu out of a pantry, out of cans that are marked and each can holding only one kind of food, with that marked on the front. Possibly you could put some X's or some O's or something on the front of the can - on the top of the can so that when you remove an item, you merely draw an X or write a - put a line in one of the circles indicating that one's missing. And that way, the number of open X's or open circles or squares would indicate how many are inside. I would suspect that it would be a good idea to have the food located in such a manner so that it's much like "_nen you pull one next one moves into that you don't have there'd Just be one _he back. 333 03 22 49 CDR a razor blade dispenser. one can of food out, the its place behind it. And two layers deep, that layer all the way to

That means food cans about 4 feet long instead of 2 feet long, about 36 inches long rather than 18 inches long. The food adheres to the utensils quite well when you - surprisingly so. I think the fo - most of the food is sticky enough so that it's no problem at all to eat. I don't think it would be good to have a closer tray-to-mouth proximity because the food tables are used for - as a working table, as a desk, and I think you need to have it where it is.

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What unanticipated problems have occurred in performing various activations, housekeeping, or experiment activities to date? Well, I guess the most - the most prevalent unanticipated problem that we have experienced during activation and housekeeping was : number l, as much as time as we spent in the workshop trainer at Houston doing minisims and finding our way around, we still came up here and we were like one-arm paperhangers and bulls in a china shop trying to find our way around. l'm going to break this off for a moment for medical conference. I'll be back in about i0 minutes. TIME SKIP

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again with MO - M487-2 proceeding on - Let's see, we were talding about _manticipated problems, and I was making a point that in spite of all the training we've had, we were still surprised when we got here. There were quite a few reasons. Most of them were not equipment problems. There were some stowage problems. Things were not stowed where they were supposed to be stowed. We got ourselves into a mode of having to ask the ground where everything was. In some cases, the ground pointed ou places - proper places where they wer stowed and in other cases we Just had to look for the things til we found them. One of the most serious problems in activation was learning how to restrain ourselves, how to hold ourselves down in order to do a task. That's something that you could only learn apparently by experience. You could think about it and anticipate it all you w_nt, but when you get up here in zero g, it's a whole new world and you Just got to learn to get So everything as much time use to it; and it takes time. we did took two to three times as we thought it would take. We

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caused a lot of the delays in activation was the fact that we were being - t_ing to be extra careful with a lot of things. And that took a beck of a lot of time. Okay, that wan kind of a dichotomy really from what I was saying _efore, we were rushing around. A lot of the minor nitpicking stuff we were rushing around - A lot of the more important things, we were taking a whole lot more time on, being very, very careful. 333 03 37 27 CDR Are there any eon_non difficulties that can be traced to the inadequacies of design, onboard provisions of preflight preparations? Well, I think most of our problems were called out on the tape. At the moment, I can't think of any specifics, but there are a lot of design problems that causes a lot of problems. I think the handle thing was one of them - in the MDA. It was very difficult to get around in the MDA due to the lack of handholds. I think up here in the - I'm sitting in the fo_r_ard compartment of the workshop at the moment, and I'm looking at the safe - the film vault. Now that thing has got deep drawers and deep doors and a neat restraining system outside. But I wouldn't give you 2 cents for the latches that hold the doors, and I would give you less for the restraint provisions inside the drawers where you got to put cameras and odd-size film magazines. Now the restraint provisions for 35-millimeter, and 16-millimeter, and 70-millimeter casettes is neat. They're all very nice and neat and orderly and things slip in and slip out and are nicely labeled, and everything is in good shape. But we got a few drawers in there in which we have to keep Nikons end things llke that. And there wan Just no restraint flexibility designed into these drawers. And you end up just putting things in the drawer, letting them float around and bump into each other, and every time you open the drawer, watch the goodies fly out in your face. Bill Pogue has spent many, many man-hours • up here slavingover this vault,with cardboard, and knife, and scissors, and tape, and he is busy - has done a real fine Job of

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fashioning the partitions in some of the drawers in order to hold down some of the Nikons and some of the other pieces of equipment. 333 03 39 35 CDR I think that in future design of film vaults and camera-retentions facilities,

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we should really give a lot of attention to flexibility of hold-down capability. Maybe what we need is some hold downs like the ones we're used - using the SMMD; that is, flexible rubber of Teflon curtains that latch down and you could put a camera under the curtain and just bring the top over and latch it down and you've got a restraint. That might be Just the thing you need in a drawer for odd-shaped Nikon cameras with flash attachments and all sorts of funny lenses on them. Stowage in the spacecraft, although there's lots of ]_ckers, ring lockers, dome lockers, wardroom lockers all over the place, those facilities are very nice. The problem we have is the man. And that is learning to put things back were we got them and the other man problem is to keep track of these things on the ground so that when one crew comes up, you can generate a storage list that's readable and understandable. The stowage list this time I Just don't think was quite adequate. We have made a few inputs on how it ought to be formated and the folks down there did the best they could, I think. Maybe they could have done more in giving us a better stowage book, but on more than one occasion, we have looked up an item - for instance, disposal bags, or urine disposal bags, and found out, oh gee whiz, there's 56 of those rascals E-699. 333 03 41 26 CDR Well, I don't give a damm how many are down in the trash alrlock that the crew's ahead of us threw down the crash - trash airlock. What I want to know is, where are the ones that are assigned for my mission. And I find it very, very difficult to sort the wheat from the chafe when these stowage books slavishly keeps track of everything that's down in the trash airlock. That is of no interest whatsover to the crew that's

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onboard and should never have the stowage - stowage book. 333 03 42 06 CDR

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What significant imrpovisations have been accomplished as a result of living up here? Well, I think I've already given you the two most outstanding ones. That is Bill's work in the film vault and I think my work in the in the organizing of a pantry are the two biggest improvisation Jobs that we've done so far. I can't think of any other that are - any major consequences. We have done a lot of minor improvisations. We find that the food bags that our overage food came up in for the extra 30-something days with our straps and buckles have become very, very handy as little utility stowage bags. They're very handy and we've used two or three of them already. That's about it as far as improvisations are concerned. The environmental elements of habitability such as lighting, noise, temperature, humidity, air flow and all that, I think have been surprisingly good. The temperature has been quite comfortable and quite level. Only during the very high Beta angle have we found certain parts of the workshop walls to be quite hot and to radiate quite a bit of heat. But there seems to be enough air flow to keep to keep things reasonably well under control for a normal Beta _ugle ranges. The noise I'm surprised at how little noise there is in this spacecraft. The only noise - noisy place really is up in the MDA. There's quite a bit of noise up there. But in the orbital workshop area, it's extremely quiet, and very comfortable place to be. I'ts Just all the different pumps and everything up in the MDA that make all the noise. And it's Just about the same noisw level or possibly slightly higher than the noise level in the con_nand module. Well, that's about all by cormments for now. As I think of other commentsalongthis area, I will _ape those con_nents on tape and I will try to remember to call M487 as a reference

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333 12 56 44 CDR This is the CDR at 12:57 Zulu. URine dump initiated at this time on the CDR's urine bag. This is the CDR at 13:30 Zulu. The subject is flight - time scheduling. This is for the FAO. For the days when we have to dump our urine bags and reuse them, I think we better add about, at least, 15 to 30 minutes extra time on the fourth sweep to allow time to get this done. I takes time to dump these bags.

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Ckay, this the PLT, GMT of 14:56, debriefing the ATM pass starting at 14:01 and ending Just a moment ago at 14:55, approximately. A very relaxed pass. I appreciate very much you giving me one like this to start out with. I think everything was nominal. I didn't notice any errors and I gave TV down-link as per cue card with a couple of little extras thrown in. I tried a 3-second integrate. This is a constrast to the difference between the 2-seconds and a 4-second integrations considerable. I threw was in a couple

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of 3-second integrations right there at the end. Everything else was - The - the only thing that was not nominal, I didn't quite understand how to terminate a CONTINUOUS 52 MODE and Ed Gibson explained that to me. However, I think I got one frame on the 52 - Toward the end, I had it figured out _ I wanted to end up with 7526, but I didn't know what at what indication of FRAMES REMAINING to hit the STOP switch. So you ma_v have one bad exposure on S052 there. The FRAMES REMAIN is indicating 7525, but I don't know exactly where it is in the cycle. _ 333 lh 57 26 PLT Other than that, the pass was excuted as per theJOP and I didn't - I'm not conscious of any errors that were made. There didn'tseemto be anything going on. The PMEC right now is of course, we're on the dark side. It was - went through the South Atlantic anomaly once and got a false flare. I'm not aware of anything else that was contrary to procedures. 333 lh 57 50 PLT PLT out.

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But before we got to h00 K, and had it running for around 30 seconds, then cut if off and then while waiting for hO0 K. The same holds for 55. 52 also was started, but that's a white light instrument and it should be no problem. _'_ 333 15 33 50 _PT So i let that one run. SPT out.

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This is the CDR at 15:50 Zulu. The subject is handheld photography. The clouds over Lake Ontario and Lake Erie were so extensive that it was very difficult to figure out Just where the lake was. I shot some pictures over Lake Erie, I think, mainly on time. Hold off for a minute. Let me sort all the exposure numbers and I'll be back _ith you in a minute.

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Okay, this is the CDR again. At 50:56 Zulu on handheld photography. As I mentioned a moment ago, as I went over to - Stand by. As I went over Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, it was very difficult to tell what lake it _vas because of cloud cover. However, I could see that there was water coming up underneath me. So based on time, I took two setsof stereo ph,_tos with the 55-millimeter lens on

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the Nikon. The f-stop was 8, the shutter speed was 1/250. The first pair were taken at about 15:20 and the next pair were taken at about 15:42. And I tried space each of them abcut 45 seconds to a minute apart. I guess it was more like 45 seconds apart. The frame numbers were 51 and 52, 53 and 52. At 15:_5, I began looking for the laser, which was handheld target number 170-2. I never did see the laser. So finally at about 15:46, I took two desperation shots of the general area with that 300-millimeter lens, with Nikon - with the CXl9 film. The f-stop was 8, 300-millimeter lens, 1/250 and the frame numbers were 55 and 56, and againI gotno sighting. At 15:27, I swapped lense_ back to the 55-millimeter lens and I was already getting too far ob!ique from the cold-air convectic_ clouds _ver the Gulf Stream. ] l_y were very, very apparent. So wh,_, ! did is, I started at the n_:'une_'nmcst end a_a I took three photos, one right after another, moving from north down _o south. Those were frames number 57, 58, and 59. 333 15 58 17 333 15 59 02 CDR SPT Out. SPT s+. 15:58 ATM operations, building block 24 initiation, it took a little while to get set up for it. First of all, I got the - both the grating off to 1921 to look at magnesium i0 o: detec%or 3. And I got a hot spot of around - up to 12, up to 1200. This was right next to the neutral line, between a neutral ]ine an_ _-.,_ spots,and I thinkit was

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precisely what was called out for. I - if - a flare goes in tha_ region I will still be on top of a good part of it. 333 15 59 56 SPT I also had the slit parallel to the neutral line and it's - it covers a fair amount of the plage, as much of the linear portion of the plage as possible. I'd say, maybe, about a half of the slit or so is covered with plage. $056, I'm starting in the ACTi4E LONG, I'm sorry, the AUTO LONG, and I can chs_ge that to AUTO SHORT if we get a flair. S05h, I've given them a 256 exposure, as we negelected to do so on the las_ _ne. 333 16 00 40 SP_ And now I'ii be standing by for future activity on that .... _he question which enters my mi_! right now is that this morning I was told that because of you kl.cw in constructing filter 5, that we required a 256 exposure except for flairs. And although I think it's probably fairly clear, is there any reason to want to leave the exposure aimed at 256 as opposed to goin_ over to 64? I'll probably ask that Air-To-Ground right now. i'll _e a look at the )TJA" _cult_r those

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change _he brightness on the scope or integrate, with the XUV MON INTEGRATE switch. 333 16 07 41 SPT They all show up pretty much at the same level. I think if any one of them breaks significantly that would show up. It is going to require, however, a fair amount of time with your eye glued to the to the intensity image scope in order to nick it off. The scope itself however has got already three - three locations which appear slightly burned in. They're easy to distinguish them. Some other spots, however, they're Just a slight increasing intensity above the normal background levels. I suspect it's probably some inactive region that we worked with yesterday. Apparently this scope is very sensitive to that kind of thing, an_ _d_l try not to - try and keep the intensity down at all times. That's no problem in the building block 2h because that's the way we will be operating. When I se_ up for this JOP, it took a little bit longer than I had anticipated. One I went to 1941. I got a grating position of 200, and I had to get back to zero so I went around to 1941, aimed detector 3 to find the brightest point that I could in the active region 87 and came up with intensity between I0 _.d 12 hundred. It was right next to _he neutral line;I was abl_to roll the slit parallel to the neutral line. And i would say

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50 percent or so of the slit is covered with bright plages. In those 55 operations of course they only took split center aligned ... pocked _p 32. SPT out. 333 16 i0 31 SPT SPT again at 16:10. One thing which would be useful here is to have a n_nzerical readout, which I could depend upon, in order tc help trigger us to taking a little closer assessment on the image scope. It's impossible to watch this thimg for 30 minutes straight; I think eye fatigue will get to you _d you'll end looking at it about every 15 seconds out of every 30. If we had a number, an aluminum count, which we could consider as background and then start to watch that, I think that would be another clue. We're watching beryllium aperture position, that helps; but a n_erical read,out will probably give you a rise a ]itt!e bit easlier, it can detect it. 333 ]6 ii 22 [_'_ Right now my aluminum count is _ing from _.6 no 3.h and I'll be watching thas. Thir_ it wou_d be use:_l for the ground - ought [_ to give it some words on how useful that type of display would he, even though it is in the south directory. SPT out. SPT at 16:17, building block 2L. The use of the image scope I think is going to be a valuable tool. I c_ look at the ... migration times now. I looked at the intensity leading, I should say intensity, wheels, as you will, leading out from active region 87, and i &on't want to imply I'm real_y seeinginterconnections but if t_._se wheels are any indica__om of it then perhaps I am. I cm<

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see one going from 87 or towards what apparently is about half way between 87 and the limb. l'm not sure whether that's 91 and 84 are both supposed to be right on the limb. But if one was supposed to show up on H-alpha, also. Yeah, that one is probably active region 333 16 17 40 SPT SPT at 16:17. Building block 24. The use of the image scope, I think is gonna be a valuable tool. I can look at the ... migration times now. I looked at the

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intensity leading - I should say intensity weals, as you will, leading out from active region 87. And I don't want to imply I really see inner connections,ut if these b weals are the indication of it then perhaps I am. I can see one going from 87 or towards what apparently is - well, it's one-half way between 87 and the limb. And I'm not sure whether that's - well 91 and 87 are both supposed to be right on the limb. But if one was supposed to show up on H-alpha, also. Yeah, that one is probably active region 91. 333 16 23 09 SI_T SPT at 20 at 16:23. And looking at the streamers, if you will, or weals of intensity coming out of active region 87 on the ... image scope, with about 1 - second duration integration, I believe I can see what might signify connections between 87, 92, and even one leading off the duration towards 91, perhaps even a little higher than 91. There's a fairly diffuse area of brightness which is slightly northeast of 91, which - it appears to be leading off towards - I do think I can get a prettygoodhandleon the intensity connection XUV between the 87 and 92. And if I could get some coalignment between the XUV MON which I could do with the crosshairs _d

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H-alpha i. I think I have a pretty good tool here for looking at connections between active regions. SPT out. 333 16 27 18 SPT SPT at 16:27. Looking at the XUV MONITER and the integration, I can certainly see the effects of atmospheric absonption. Once we got around the ... 2 minutes remaining, even with excessively long integrations, I could not get any intensity. And as for any significant intensity after 1 minute remaining, I could not get any intensity at all. SPT out.

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PLT, 333. Subject is handheld photographs. Frames number 60 and 61 out of cassette number CX19. Covering the snow cover over U.S. central plains, frames 60 and 61. And I did see melting patterns that appeared to be more or less grossly associated with" areas. There was one near what appeared to be a town, an area tha_ _ppeared to be melted better" or more than in other areas. I wasn't able to associate, however, with any particular geographic feature.

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SPT is 17:31, ATM Operation. We're in building block 4-A correction, that was 4-B and the pointing was chosen for a m_xim_rm of _gnesium_ X at 3364 looking a_ _-ETECTOR i. And i got a Im_xir;czn ntensity i of argund 600. I found that scanning across the bright points of active region 87 and did not find any real pronounced peaks as I have previously. I'll take a look at it ags_in in ox_Jgen VI when I get the pointing uh 4-B and 4-C. I suspect a few more pronounced peaks there. The 82B SLIT isparallel to the neutral line and I would Say about 1/3 of it is or so covered _rith bright plage in H-alpha. SPT out.

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_PT aL 17:39, ATM operations, building block h-C. That pointing here was obtained by using oxygen Vl on Dh_f_CTOR 3, and I used a very localized peak of about 3000 th. It appears that a region which is of bright plage which is substantially remote from the neutral line, although my pointing is still parallel to it. I would say I'm probably about i arc-minute away from the neutral line. And because of the very localized peak I received in oxygen VI, I thought it was worthwhile at least to roll where I was and not try to get a uniform emission along the slit in H-alpha, even though I feel that about a third is crossed by a plage. Just so that I get a view of the bright points in the plage, a localized bright point should dominate the spectrum. If you don't feel this will be the case on 82B, please let me know and I'll change that pointing technique. I did not get to change the roll because I felt that I could - possibly not get back to the same point, as it did take a little bit of thinking to find it. SPT out.

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This is the CDR at 17:h2 Zulu, the S192 MODE SWITCH is in CHECK, and Delta 7, correction, Delta 6 is reading 57 percent. CDR out. SPT at 17:43, ATM operation is conclusion of building block _-C, that's h Charlie. I started the run with an incensity data readout for oxygen VI of Just 20000 and at the conclusion of the run s_d going back s/_d looking at it while _qls_ging the 20 we're up to - change that previous number to 2000, we're now up to 2600, a change of 600 over the duration of the one GRATING AUTO SCAN. SPT out.

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SPT at 17:5h. The point selected for building block 4-D for Delta, there's one ... of intensity that's been changing quite rapidly. The - at H-alpha, it now appears to be brightest point on the scope, although it was not at the beginning. In oxygen IV, DETECTOR 3, it started out at close to 20000 and I saw up to 50000 on it at one time and then it came back down again to below 1000. It still is the brightest point on the scope. I delayed in starting the GRATING AUTO SCAN until I eoui.1 Just squeeze it in before hitting the ESS or shooting 400 ... at the conclusion. That's so I could get some good . .. history on the changes in that region. Unfortunately, I only had D_f_.'CTORS i, 2, and 3 on; I was in a STOP mode. I should have enabled DETECTORS 4, 6, and 7 and gone into a MIRROR LINE SCAN. However, I was performing a nu Z update at the same time. I did not

notice any significant decreases in the aluminum count, the change in the beryllium aperture position, although the PMEC count did fluctuate quite. It's now around 400 or so. Again, it's hard to tell whether we have within the an_naly or one of the horns. ... find out our spacecraft position which i'm _t sure at presen%. I thi_uk a number associated with the aluminum cr any other digital readout which would be reliable outside - or inside of the anomaly would certainly be useful in inst&u_es like this. SPT out. 333 17 56 SPT SPT again at 17:56, 199king a_ the point or the XUV MONITOR. I cannot say that it is exceptionally brighter than the other surrounding active regions. The pointing in 87 isn't any brighter than the other plage, the XUV MON, 87, or in the three other ... active regions. SPT out. This is the PLT with a note for M487. I was just trying to arrange my EREP site book for the first EREP pass, and I had brou_t to - home to me once more Just how bad the rings are we on all of our checklists.

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All three rings in this EREP site book came loose of their own accord. And all the pages came loose and free. Now I understand that there was a big full month NASA study to try to find a new kind of ring for our checklists. Now it seems to me that a sidle thing like that ought to he - able to be solved. But these things - the big log on them, the big hedge point is that it's use them. Because it very easily works itself _ ) the inside of the book but it's very har_ to get out. I - just like %_ were talking about foot restraints and mobility restraints and everything and this is a problem akin to it. I would like not to see this problem hedged because it's a continual irritation in managing paper work and could cause you to ocse an EREP site. I'm - right here no_" holding an entire EREP voluz_e 2 site book that must have - it's about 2-_/2 inches tbick and all the pages are loose simply because those aAmn rings keep coming loose all the time. If you put shril_ tubing around Someone has removed the shrink tubing. And the rings Just come loose on their o_m. I want to emphasize the fact that the present rings that we're using are unsuitable, unsatisfactory, and down right as for as far as the crewman is concerned. 333 18 08 06 SPT SPT 18:07 debriefing that last pass on ATM. I think most of it's been covered real fine d1_ing the pass; howeVer, one thing which I did exclude was that while I was watching the point brightening on H-alpha and oxygen VI, I had not set up the XLrV MONITER to follow it. Because I was busy with one or two other things at same time. What I did with the XUV MONITEH was after the peak in oxygen VI was down to almost the normal plage level so that we should not conclude that I could not see that type of point brightening in the _ MONITER. I was Just not on - looming at it at the right time on this pass. SPT out.

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333 18 12 51

SPT

SPT at 18:12 for the FAOs. I think in the future for planning Earth terrain camera ops, we ought to put the changing of filters in the prep or in the earlier mag change. Because when you come whistling on down here and expect to do Earth terrain came=a ops and then have to remove the whole camera from the airlock and change filters ; tha_' s a pretty time consuming operation. What we ought to doing when we come down here is getting set to run of pass and not changing the gear around. So the future I wish filter changes would be put well preceding the actual operation. This particular case I happened to work out because I had got the housekeeping done early and came over here and Just happened to look at it. In the future that might not be the case. SPT out.

333 18 16 2_

CDR

This is the CDR at uh 00:16 Zulu reporting THEI_L ALIGNMENT status, S192. I found that I could not improve on the readings gotten by the PLT several days ago. When I started the procedure, the focus was at the zero position on the gray tape that's been put on the focus handle. The right meter was reading41 percent,X was reading . 546, and Z was reading .491. I then moved the focus to 270. The - I adjusted as well as I could and the - I ended up putting the X and Ys back exactly where they were at 546491, and the right meter was reading 14 percent. I then backed off the focus back through zero back over to 90 - 90 degrees, and I picked it up using the X's and Z's knobs. I got a peak of 37 percent with an X of -539 and a Y of .493. I then rotated the focus back to the zero position again, got a meter reading of 41 percent an X knob reading of .5_8, and Y knob reading of .493 and thought I'd better quite while I was ahead. Out.

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SPT

I did not have a READY light on the scatterometer coming up on 55 even 54 ...

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## GMT

333 18 33 17

SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT

Bravo 7 Ed, you're Bravo on chAn_el Bravo B. they're B. 8 is i. Bravo 9 is 58

7 is 32.

... on Channel

I'm on channel A, Ed .... tying together.

CDR

We're tying together now. You can't record unless you want to Nw* If we're over a ground station, of course, you'll be tranmnitting. Okay, thanks for telling me. Well, we're recording. being recorded. Yeah, that's right. That's right, okay. Charlie 2 is 4h; Charlie 3 is 87; Charlie 4, 71; Charlie 5, 82; Charlie 6, 46; Charlie 7, 56; Charlie 8, i00 percent; Delta 2, 86; Delta 3, 85; Delta4, 72; Delta5, 14; Delta6, 57; Delta 7, i0. This is the CDR again. The preoperation configuration. TAPE RECORDER is ON. The READY light is ON. 90 - 92. Okay, I'm gonna do my T minus 5 now. No, I'll hold up on that, it's too early. SPT with an ETC clock cal. On my mark the Erc clock will be reading !8:33;h0. Stand by. _JkRK. It appears as thou_ the LITC clock now running 3 minutes and 5 seconds slow. I'll give you another _k here at 35, T3h. Standby. Everything is

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f

CDR PLT

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CDR

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333 18 37 Oh

SPT PLT SPT

MARK. Well,

Is your

door open,

Bill?

it's supposed *** Okay?

*** open. Hold

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PLT CDR

the phone!

*** two in m_ hand. *** All three rings came out of it. And I was Just sitting there with the thing expanding like an accordlan. It Just Just slipped some of the ... to the hack over *** I guess we ought to gray tape that book.

333 18 39 24

PLT SPT SPT

We got more rings *** Yeah. Just here pretty as bad. soon. Day light

333 18 h0 00 /

CDR

This is the CDR. check. (inaudible ) I wonder Door Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Okay. l'm gonna ... We taped

Just making

a voice

SC SPT 333 18 41 0h PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT sPT CDR

why I don't still

...

switch

OPENY

that

open,

didn't

we?

Bill, you better stuff that mike right in your mouth. We can't hear you. Jack it down - the whole thing down tight. Get the mike in your mouth. Okay, how's that_

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CDR 333 18 _i 51 333 18 hl 51 PLT CDR

That 's much better. Okay. Okay, I see some blue.

Tape recorder, this is CDR. For the record, Bravo 9 is reading 58. It says here in my checklist at Tminus i0 that Bravo 9 should be reading 0 to 5. Charlie 7 is reading 56; it's okay. The cue card that says V9 should read hut 0 to 5 the decal says the V9 should be reading hO to 68. It's within spce on the decal. This is the CDR. I'm gonna start the T minus 5 a couple minutes early. 192 MODE to READY. Door OPEN. Door light is OUT, verified. 192 READY light is ON. The MODE gone 59 CHECK now. S190 HEATER switch Panel DELTA T]_4F, PRESS TO TEST, T_4P. Okay.

CDR

333 18 h2 50

CDR

CDR

ll7,

333 18 h5 06

CDR

Okay, coming u!oon T minus 3, I'm gonna do the preoperation configuring. Tape recorder ON, verified, READY light ON, verified. SLgO S192 switch is ON. READY, OUT. Check. Door is OPEN. S191, POWER is ON; READY LIGHT ON. COOLER is ON, and the door is OPEN and stuck there. S190, ON, READY, OUT. STAND BY. The door is OPEN. Verified, I opened it myself. At 93 Romeo. STAND BY, READY, OUT. 93 Sierra, OFF. READY, OUT. 93 Alpha, OFF. READY, OUT. 9_, ON. READY ON. TV input station 133 POWER is ON. VIDEO Sk_,_CTOR is TV. Stnading by in 2 minutes to 193S STAND BY. Want that light out p Bill? Doesn't Okay. bother EREP me a bit, Jer.

333 18 56 39

CDR PLT CDR PLT

starts

in 3 minutes. still out over

It looks llke we're the water.

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CDR PLT 333 18 47 21 CC

Okay. San Francisco. Skylab, Houston. through stateside Okay, Hank. We read you now, for about 15 minutes.

CDR 333 18 47 35 CC

Read you loud and clear.

Skylab, for the SPT. They had a similar problem with the _-TC on SL-3. And there was a little buzzing noise, and I'm sure that's what they have there. We would like to have the vaccum hose hooked up for proper operation. EREP Okay, starts Hank. in 2 minutes. It's hooked up now.

CDR SPT f 333 18 47 57 CDR CDR

On my mark it'll be 18:48 even. MARK. 193 Ester. Stand by. Diagriustic downlink unit going to position 5. TV okay, Hank? Hey, Jack. it in yet. [sic]. We haven't even closed

CDR _IT

CDR

We got to do a nadir align, Bill. We got to do that over the water I guess. Yeah. That's right. Do we even get nadir align out of this thing? I got 19BA in a NADIR ALIGN MODE. Okay. I would think with this attitude you would have all - EREP starts in 1 minute. There's a good view out here. Okay, i0 seconds after I start EREP, Bill you wantyourVTS to AUT 0 CAL.

PLT

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CDR PLT

CDR PLT CDR

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PLT CDR

Okay, Just say when. I 'ii tell you when. I go EREP START at 49:50, and at 50 even we'll go AUTO CAL. Okay. Aah, there's the coast .... picking up a lot of clouds, though. Ten seconds to EREP START. Mark EREP start at 49:50. AUTO CAL 5, 4, 3, 2, i. MARK. Mark. S194 MODE to _-nual, S192 MODE to STAND BY. M_ next mark will be at 51:20. Houston, Skylab you still reading us? ... Oka_v. Are you ... Stand by for I'm

PLT

333 18 49 h0 333 18 49 50

CDR CDR

333 18 50 O0 333 18 50 01

PLT PLT CDR

CC CDR 333 18 50 42 CC PLT

Okay. I wasn't sure if I had this all set up right or not. One question when you get a chance to answer it. Did you get all the doors closed, and are you in full inertia? I hope they're all open. doors. You mean the ATM

BB3 18 50 51

CC

CDR

PLT CDR 333 18 51 20 CDR

Which doors you talking about, At my mark MARK. 51 :20. ON S193R ON.

Hank?

S193s

Coming

up on

51:4o.
333 18 51 h0 CDR MARK. 51:40. Alpha 9 is reading 2. Bravo 9 is reading 4 - 59. Charlie 9 is Jumping between 45 and 93.

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PLT

WheL am I supposed to get a READY light on 191? You should get it at 52:40. Okay. hO seconds. ... we're Okay. Okay, clouds are starting to break up. Not much time either. 53 : 09. It 's close. Stand by for 52:40. lO seconds. 52:40. Revs gone to six. Colorado river. Delta 9 is 86. That was the maximum Delta 9. 86 percent. The minimt_n Delta 9 is ii. From my mark, it'll be 53:30. 53:30. Stand by for READY, ON commanding SI.

333 18 51 59

CDR PLT CDR

333 18 52 03

CC CDR PLT

CDR PLT CDR

PLT CDR

333 18 53 17

CDR

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CDR

MARK. SCATTERO_I'_ to STANDBY, RADIO_"±'_ to STAND BY. MODE going to XTC, ... to 1. Allright. 8193S ON, now. 53:5C. MI93R ON, now. Those were

PLT 333 18 53 45 CDR

333 18 53 57 333 18 54 03 333 18 5h i0

PLT CDR CDR PLT

Those were 53:50. MARK at 53:04. MARK. Got it. S190 MODE to AUTO.

5h:10 ATV should go to AUTO, ED.

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CDR

MARK at 21 POLARIZATION on S1903 to h, Delta 9 maximum was 16, minimum was hO. I do not here a READY light on the SCATTEROMETER. Coming up on 55 even. 55:00. MARK. MARK. 55:10, Mark. Got it. 5:10. at 55:16. going to 20. SCATTEROMETER RADIOMETER Ed. We're to STAND BY.

333 18 55 00

CDR CDR

to STAND BY at 03. going ATV to STAND BY.

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CDR PLT CDR

Next mark will be MARK. 25. INT_VAL

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CDR PLT CDR

on S190

S193 MODE going to X-T, NC, /R. to the AUTO, Ed. Got it. 193 POLARIZATION ON. MARK. MARK. to 5.

55:30

VTC

SPT CDR

SCATTEROMETER

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CDR CDR PLT

Radiometer on. Delta 9, intervals 50, maximum 86.

Okay HOUSTON. While you got a moment here, could you verify the TDM ... station 133 is on, We're not getting any downlink from it.

!

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CC

That's verified. It's on_ I checked it, and we've got the rotary switch's TV. Dow_llnk uait is in 5. I Jsut went back 133 is on. Thank you. 57:10. and reveried that, Ed.

333 18 56 4i

CC

PLT 333 18 56 57 CDR

Deit_ 9 to minimuF_. Maximum is 86. On m_" mark.

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333 18 56 57

CDR

MARK. S190 s'i'_BVALgoing to ten. Waiting for sm S190 READY OUT. Got a good READY light on the SCA'I_I'_OM_'f_ now. No MALFUNCTION lights. 89 going for 50 86. MARK. The READY Stand by, Ed. MARK .... going light went out at 56.

333 18 57 56

CDR

333 18 58 02 333 18 58 33

CDR CDR PLT

to stand by

now.

Hello, Bill. I got'em all except one there in the valley. I got Fannington in the four quarters area. And I also got White Sands. Good show. And I was going to the volca - I got screwed up on my crosstracking I didn't get that last sight in the valley. Okay, 45:10 left. Okay, I guess then I got the front site as advertised 268, and I also sqeezed in 320. I got plenty of tract of 268, playing tract on 320, I got two sites of the White Sand 35 I got - 38 385. I didn't get the last one. I got all screwed up on my orientation. I'm going for the volcano now. Also I forgot to turn the DAC on on he valley site, so you won't have documentation on that. But I did real good tracking on Delta Lake. And that little ... close by. I mean ... 45 2 - that's 0.2. One minute until my next mark. BAD/SCAT GIMBAL MALFUNCTION light is blinking as expected. All the other systems have their READY lights ON, with the exception of 192 and 190. Delta 9 is moving between 50 and 86 percent, 50 and 86 percent. On my m_k it'll he 19:01:30. Stand by. MARK. At 190 MODE to SINGLE.

CDR PLT /_

PLT

CDR

333 19 l0 30

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CC

Skylab, we're about h_ seconds from L0_. We'll be coming up om Vanguard at 12. And if you get a chance, you might check the circuit breaker on TV television R circuit breaker on 202. That's the only thing we can come up with. Okay'. We sure will, Hank. On my mark, be 02:15, 02:15. Stand by. MARK, S190, MODE SINGLE. he 03:00. it'll

333 19 01 50

C-_R

333 19 02 14

CDR

On my mark it'll

333 19 03 00

CDR FLT CDR

MARK, DOWNLINK UNIT switch going to OFF. ... I check _he breakers ... power is on...

f CDR 333 19 04 01 CDR

Yeah. That's what they want. Everything is copacetic. I don't know why we're not getting. I checked the connections on the downlink unit and they're all connected up,blueto _lue. Coming MARK, going going up on 04. S190, MODE SINGLE now. Frame interval to - correction, FR FRAME RATE to 19. The next m_k will be at i0. 390. I got

PLT

We got all of our ]_REP sites except There were three in the box there. two out of the three. Did you get _he volcano's okay?

CDR PLT CDR PLT •

Yeah, the volcano was a piece of cake. How' s the weather? It was cloudy right over the volcano so I got - they'll see it in the DAC. I forgot to turn the _g DAC on when we went over the McAllen area.

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CDR PIJT CDR

Oh, too bad. But Got 5 minutes till my next mark. This downlink box is hooked up properly, as best I cau tell. What, they weren't getting it? getting any

PLT CDR

No, they said they weren't TV downlink at all.

PLT

... That's right that goes through the television circuit. Yeah. And the TV INPUT station is ON. rotary switch is in TELEVISION. BREAKERS are CLOSED and DOWNLINK The CIRCUIT BOX

333 19 05 42

CDR CDR

is IN. I hope there's no way you can hook this *Oltbackwards. PLT I don't talking think so; that's about. I put it now. I'm what I was

PLT CDR

You see when Well, gonna

we're not television look at it. change those

PLT

I didn't

connectors.

All

I changed were the *W'the one that goes to RECORDER 2, I Just moved that to RECORDER l, and that other - all the rest that' s gotta be right. 333 19 06 16 CDR Yeah, it's connected up to J-4. Okay. I think we're clean on this one. That gripes don't think me about that DAC, cause I they had any data on those ***

PLT

CDR F PLT

Was McAllen area cloudy? No. Hazy.

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CDR PLT

That can hurt. Fortunately I've run so many pass - passes on the - I flew over it. And I'd run so many on the simulator, it Just pops right into view. The clouds broke about 30 seconds before we hit that Four coners area.

333 19 07 32

CDR PLT

Is that right? I p_cked up Ship Rock right away• I've driven past that thing so many times I know what that area looks like. And when I saw Ship Rock, man, I knew I was home free on that one. (laughter)

CDR PLT CDR

Where We're

are we now? over the water.

...ing along here, taking 193 data. Taking 19h data and 191 data - ... it's going to be a minute and a half till my next _A_k. ... out of here. ... let me look at it. Now I don't until

PLT CDR

have time. I only got a minute my next mark. PLT I ought to have Ed come up here. some ... pops. Ed, come quick. Bill ... pops.

I see

CDR SPT

I'm down here looking out the wardroom window and I see them. _0 seconds til my next mark. the ETC is ... at 19:ll. Let's see

333 19 09 20

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PLT

Also, for the record, on the Four Corners site when I went to my 40 miles, there's quite a lot of clouds, •.. cloud cover, so I picked out two different sites• One of them looked like it was about 25 or 30 miles the other one was about 40, 45 miles•

CDR 333 19 i0 00 CDR CDR PLT

On my mark it'll MARK,

be 19:10.

Sta/_d by. 2.

S191 to - to R_m_ENCE

Let me take a peek out that rascal. Try the zoom a couple It's a real kick .... any peaches. of times. if you got

CDR

But the doggone thing still won't focus for me. I still don't have perfect focus on that.

SPT

Man that world really goes by, doesn't it? Boy it sure does. It's like looking out of an automobile with a doggone telescope. Yeah. Okay ? Okay coming up on 19:ll, Ed.

PLT

CDR

PLT

Ed, we're right over the rain Jungle or Stand by. MARK, ETC POWER ON. Got it? 11:23.

CDR 333 19 ll 01 CDR CDR 333 19 ll 23 CDR CDR 333 19 ii 30 CDR

My next mark MARK

will be at 11:23, to AUTO.

S190 MODE

Okay, Ed•

Stand by.

_[ARX ETC to AUTO.

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sPT CDR

AUTO. Next mark is at ll:h0 cal, Bill. VTS to auto cal Stand MARK. VTS to AUTO Rog. Taking CAL. by. VTS to auto

PLT CDR 333 19 ii h0 CDE/PLT CDR PLT CDR CDR PLT CDR FLT CC

Got it. 19 - 190 data here. be out over Brazil right somewhere?

... must

Yes/u, we're Rivers.

over the Jungle.

... down there

...

Skylab, we are monitorubg you again through Vanguard for about i0 minutes. There's a big one. Rog, Hank. Boy, the VTS is really a nice view.

CDR PLT PLT CDR

Ed, you got a river going along in a and it corsses some sort of a linear geological feature that Just - it's awfully fuzzy, but it sure looked like it could have been a fault. Probably was. Got all fuzzy all of a sudden. What did you do, Jet? I don't know. (laughter)

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I guess it's hazy out there. Sure is. now. away? Must be out over water clicking

Is 190 - 190 still

CDR PLT CDR 333 19 13 19 PLT

Yeah.

It's still grinding.

Go]l-by. *** finished in another minute and 15 Yeah, we're - we're way the hock and gone out over the water now. Oh. Naw, I take that back. That's not right we are over land, It was Just a real thick haze layer. It's 13:30 Now your're now. 19:13:30. up some good stuff.

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f_

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picking

Okay, at 14:20 the %_TS auto cal should be complete. I shouJd _._et ready light. a You're getting some real good stuff now, Jerry. This i_ wide open down here. Is it Jungle? Yeah, ... I don't know whether it's Jungle or not. No I see some rectangular patterns. We must be coming over some agricultural area. Okay. Stand by, coming up on 20.

PLT

CDR PLT

CDR 333 19 14 21 CDR

MARK, at 20 the ready light for S191 c8_e on. Hey, what the devil is that?

SPT

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CDR

Mark the ready light for S190 went out at 29. _TC to STANDBY, Ed. Got it. S190 MODE going to STANDBY - 194 MODE going to MANUAL. Waiting for 15:30. This is real neat. You can just paint coastline with this thing. Let's look at your EREP slider and see where it is we came out over the water. You ought to take a look in here if you get a chance, Jet. Okay. No, I don't have time. Yes I do. the

SPT CDR

PLT

CDR

PLT

CDR F-_ PLT

I got a littlebay there sort of centered. Just paint it up and down the coastline. It's real nice. Oh, yeah. Okay, in l0 seconds there'll be a mark. Stand by. MARK, MARK, STOP. MARK, Okay, SCATT_OM_"I'_R RADIOM_i'_ to STANDBY. EREP

CDR

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CDR CDE

to STANDBY.

333 19 15 35

CDE CDB PLT

at 15:35. let's start

19:15:35. coasting this rascal.

Yeah, but let me check one thing real quick. I Just thought I'd see where it is we are coasting out .... That's wrong. Skylab, Houston. Did you ever get a chance to check out that television power circuit breaker?

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Yes/n, we sure did, Hank. It's in. Everything looks good up here. Copy. Nice sandy beache out where down there. we were? Porto Alegro [sic], but

CC PLT CDR PLT

Figure

I thought it was I'm not sure. Uh huh. Looked

CDR

to me like we were instead

kind of going perpendicular PLT Yeah, we're see? CDR PLT I see.

along the coast to it.

is it - it was ~ it - we're turned up at an odd angle,

you

Cause we're doing this solar inertial. don't kuo; I wouldn't put any money on it. Is this our pass here? Yeah, well it's close. It's been

I

CDR PLT CDR 333 19 17 II CDR

shifted.

Yeah.... Well, that - that rectangular pattern you saw must have been the wheat fields w_ were looking at Asuneion. at yesterday, right here

PLT CDR CDE

Could

have been.

Asuneion. So we got s_me of the 190 data on that same stuff we took handheld photos of yesterday.

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PLT SPT CDR CDR 333 19 17 36 CC CDR

Yes, of the 190. Very likely. Okay. Hank, will you make a note of that? ... again. If our ground track is correct, part of our S190 data was the Argentenian wheat fields as part of the wheat study. And I think the PI for the wheat handheld photos Earth observations will be interested in the data. *** we copy. Okay, *** into our posts .... EREP ... okay, we don't have *** if I'd know I was gonna have to run this camera I'd have taken some pictures. I'll know next time. That was real interesting. It's amazing how good that simulator has been. Yes. *** give them enough on that. they did a good Job. Sure did. Boy,

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CC PLT

CDR PLT

CDR 333 19 19 31 PLT

That's a good piece N** training.

Okay, I'm gonna wait on that S009 cause l'd get right in your way, but will you help me rem°°? Yes. Okay. Houston, Skylab.

CDR PLT 33 19 20 05 CDR

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CC CDR

Go ahead. Okay, Hank, when I was doing a thermal align son S192, I wasn't able to improve very much on what Bill had, in fact, I wasn't able to improve on it at all. Are the people down there concerned that - that S190 could be better aligned, Thermally_ If they are, I would request that they give us an hour some day and I'd be happy to go back and twittle with it some more and see if I can't get it better than 41 per cent. But it 's gonna take time. I spent about 30 minutes at it during the prep for this _qEP pass. And I almost - it a]most scared myself really because I was getting so - getting behind and I was afraid I wasn't gonna get things aligned back up where they were in time for the run. I'd like- I'd like a goodhour sometime to sit down and fool with that thing if they think we ali_ment any more. can improve the

CDR

F

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SC

Okay, we'll put that in the mill. do you have your visiual readings?

And

CDR

Yes/l, I sure do. Hang on let me - let me get them out here. Did I give you the therm_] readings? You said 41 percent. Okay. Okay, the visual readings are 86 percent and 64 percent. 86 on the left; 40 - correction, 6h on the right. Roger. We copy. And we're about 40 seconds from LOS. We've got a long LOS here, 105 minutes and we'll be at Goldstone at 27, 20:27. And while your sitting down there, if you get a break, the only thing we could figure now is to reverify the connections on that downlink box.

CC CDR

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CDR

Okay, we'll sure do it. the way eround.

We'll

check

all

i

SC

One more item. During the night saide pass, we would like for someone to select EXPERIMENT POINTING. If you don't get it during the nightside, the H-alpha operation won't do - be ... automatic and you'll have to start it _ourself during ops.

CDR SC CDR 33 19 25 55 CDE

Okay. ... Okay. This is the CDR at 19:26 Zulu. Bravo 7 is reading 32, 32. Bravo -

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CDR

This is the CDR at 13:34 [sic] Zulu. The tape recorder measurement is 7.2 centimeters. This is for the _ tape recorder. The radial dist_a%ce from the tape to the edge of the reel, 7.2 centimeters. :

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Out.

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PLT M092171-i, SPT with blood time is 21:32.

subject will be the flow and, let's see,

FLT

M092!7], subject is the SPT calf measurements. (Music). Left calf, 13-7'°_ right calf, 13-5/8. (Music). This is the PLT, the leg band indentifications are Charlie Ju!iett and Alfa Quebec, left and right respectively.

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PLT recording

the CAL

... CO< Pressure. 1250 is the

181-1 run on the SPT. CAL into the CO 2. 333 22 57 00 CDR

This is the CDR at 22:57 Zulu. Subject is S183 operations. The SAL plate number being used is 01. The tilt is 185.5 - correction of plus 0.9. The tilt is O0.1. The exposure was activated at 22:5h at 30 seconds. Out. This 171-1, subject SPT. 1287. CAL N2H20

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This is CDR at 23:03 Zulu, subject is S183. The first set of exposures was 000000 at 1260. The way I see it that looks like about 20 minutes of exposure on this first field field no. 129. Since I was unable to get the sequence started until 222:52:30. It appears to me that we will not have an opportunity to get field no. IS0 done on S183. I think the biggest thing here is it was a planning problem again. I was up on the ATM till sunset and then to whistle down here, and I don't think you had enough darkness allowed or available for both passes. Your first exposure probably should have been less than 1260. I'm Just standing around now waiting for the exposure light on the S183 instrument panel to go out, 8rod I am prepared to terminate the exposure early if necessary when sunset is at - correction - when we have sunrise at 22:14. It looks like it's going to be nip and tuck even on

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This is the CDR agaon on the tape recorder at 23:05. I am a bit confused by what I see on the S183 instrument panel right now. The 1260 second exposure no. 3 is still going on, but I see the plate has now automatically advanced to plate no. 2 and plate no. 2 was the plate to be used for the sequence. I'm a bit confused by what 183 is doing right now, however, I'm Just going to play it straight and when sunrise comes I'm going to terminate whatever exposure is going on. CDR out. PLT recording. 4.662. Cabin air pressure

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This is the CDR again on S183. The time is now 23:08 Zulu. You might be wondering what the time situation was here, and why I was so late getting started. The ATM pass terminated at about 22:39. I had a NuZ correction calculated when

I came down to S183. I began right on the cue card for S183 ops. I had no problem at all, until I got to the point where it said: "advance she film carousel to the desired film plate." When I configured the FA control panel, the plate c_me up 04 and so I put it in RESET and I didn't time it, but I think it took on the order of I0 to 12 minutes for it finally to get started and start cycling through its plates and finally get us back to plate no. i. That took a greatdeal of time. Then I openedthe SAL door, verified - extended the mirror, set in the tilt rotation per the pad,

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set up the recorders, and got things started and that's Just about how long it took. We got it off at about ... - as I said before, 222:54 :30. 333 23 13 32 PLT Vital capacity on the SPT first one was 5589. Second vital capacity Third vital capacity 5701. 5360.

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This si the CDR at 23:22 Zulu with a debriefing from the last ATM pass. That last ATM pass being the one that started at 21:48 with a JOP 6, step 2, building block 32. The building block was carried out normally. Then we switched over to observing and then back into building block 4 Brave, step 2, at 44 minutes to go. The - I trie_ to head-up m_ pointing in such a manner that I would not have to change in building block 36 going from step A to B and it worked out pretty well. From 36A I did T pointed at the - the limb-most end of the filament and I had the SLIT fairly well lined-up along the filament although we did not use the SLIT durir_g the building block so that for part B or step - building block 36, step B, I had the H-Alpha i also pointed at a dark area of the filament, which is about hal_ay down the filament from the limb end of it. There were no special comments on the building block 36 ; it all went reasonably normal. During the observing time, I noticed in XUV that a bright spot was on the build - it was - I noticed from the Polaroid pictures taken this morning by Ed Gibson and

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Just looking at the XUV at the beginning of the - of this period the first observation period - I noticed this bright area was beginning to get brighter. And it's located at approximately 320 ° at 0.3 radius. It's pretty much near the northern end of the filament no. 40, as best I can tell. The spot is ASmost as bright as the three spots out on the eastern side of the - correction - the western side on the Sun, that is active region 87 aud 92. It's not as bright as the XUV spot which corresponds to active region no. 91. This particular bright area in XUV was much smaller that the active region spots 87, 91 and 92. H-Alpha I noticed that - active region 92 now seemsto be the brightest piece of active region - the brightest active region in the entire Sun. I took a look at all three active regions, 87, 91, and 92 with detector three of S055A and for 92 1 got a count of 2,000 for 87 and 91, the count was down around 1,200 to a 1,000. That's on detector 3. The white light coronagraph, in accordance with your comments in the SAP, you said you were expecting big things to happen or at least the possibility of an eruption with the resultant coronal transient, l've been really watching the white light coronagraph very carefully. There is one rather noticable linear streamer going out from the solar disc at about the location of that of that - filament, and it's quite plain in the photograph that was taken this morning by Ed Gibson. l'm sure he's already mentioned that particular streamer as being straight, narrow and - and reasonable prominent, but as yet there has been no indication of any kind of an eruption or - coronal transient of any kind. That prettywell coversit.

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I'm now in the observing time in the nextATM pass. I'm due to pick up on building block correction -JOP 2A, building block 36 in Just about ten minutes. And in the meantime, I am looking again at the white light coronagraph. I see the same friendly straight streamer radiating outward from about where filament 37 is located. I see down where active region 84 is located there's a brighter streamer and there's another streamer that almost bisects the two which, my guess, probably comes from - I guess probably prominence 31 or filament 35. Again, there doesn't seem to be any significant change in the white coronagraph sincethe last pass. Dialing up the SUV again and looking at it with I_TEGRATION, the bright area that I've been talking about at 320.3 is not yet bright enough to manifest itself in the AMBIF_NT, that is, without INTEGRATION. As I look at - the XUV MONITOR now, I can see active region 87, 91, 92, and 82 without any problem at all. The bright spot over there that I was talking about is not really discernable until you hit the INTEGRATE switch. At that time, you plck-up that bright spot plus - another bright spot on the limb which, according to the SAP, I believe, is called active region 76 coming back over the limb. And - that's about it. As I trun down the brightness on the H-Alpha, I can see that the active regiom 91 is still - correction, 92 is still the hottest one of the bunch. However, 91 is now giving it a good run for its money. 91 has one rather bright little area in it and active region up some too. 87 seems to be picking They're getting much more

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closely at this now. 333 333 23 23 29 44 30 38 CDB PLT CDE out.

to the time.

same intensity That's about it for

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(Music) PLT with an Mh7 update for people ... Time is coming-up 23:55 Zulu. I Just thought of a couple of items that may be of interest. One is trlang]e shoes. A/though they are very useful, this doesn't mean they cs/:not be improved, and one of tl_e problems that we have with them is gettingthem off it takes an awful long time to get them off and get them on - it's awkward. I don't think the lacings that we have on these shoes is the answer. It's awfully time consuming taking them off, and putting them back on, and we have to do this several times a day because of medical experiments, or one thing or the other. Working out, when you clean-up, at random, probably putting those shoes on and taking them off probably four to five times a day. And the lacing gets to be an irritation. And, it's time consuming. Another point on trinagle shoe, of course, is the wear, that you've already heard about. The toe caps have been installed on the CDR 's and PLT 's. They seem to be working okay, but we're also chafing the heels of these things, and I don't know why, but the back-up the back of the shoe. Third plint

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the +hings that would be very useful would be to have some kind of toothed - or - toothed track which would hold - tend to hold the thing firmly to keep it from sliding for and aft, and then the - the little wing nut that we use would not have to bear the full blunt of the stress that's given to the - the triangle cleet part when you move around. You can tighten it as tight as you can with the channellock pliers, and in about a day, they're loose again. So, there needs to be a - a better method keeping the triangle from moving. Second, unrelated point, but still I in the way of restraints, is that - again the drawers and the poor design of the drawers that we have. In the food compartment, the pudding drawer is completely inadequate. The pud dings are always floating out of their restraints. And getting upended when you pull the tray out to put on top of the food preparation tables or one of the trays - to eat the food. The puddings all come floating out. The tray is required to restrain the puddings in the tray there, that are reserved for pudding. Another point is I mentioned yesterday at the M47, is about the difficulty in restraining the pieces paper - maning the pieces of paper. One of the things that we found that - of course, clips are very nice, and one often encounters bungees that are very useful. However, when you're using the bungee, you almost have to have a convex curved surface,

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so that the ]_ungee or rubber band or whatever it is Isstretched across a sli_tl_ c,rvmd surface. Or else the Eriction is lost. and we've lost al lot of pads this way, by putting the paper u_dmr the sprin_, and the paper will float free. Spr1_ stretched across a flat sul-face tends to not hold the p_per stretched ms well as it across a _ would surface '-

is something you sh_d bear in mind whenever you're __signing a su_fmce for a F_t81_t;. PLT. out.

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