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... PLT, the time is 00:12. Debriefing the pass that started 23:44. Okay, JOP 6 step 2, building block 32 completed as per pad. And JOP 2 Charlie, step 6 is in the process of being completed, has about 12 seconds to go in the 82B exposure and about 1 minute to go on the 54 sequence - time sequence. In the pointing at the corona -this quiet corona I think - I think it's all riF_ht. There's no big problem. I didn't see anything in the way. So it looks like that you know what you wanted. In the JOP 2 Charlie, all three exposures, 82B, went well. I Just let 55 mirror 0933 grate [?] noticed, and running the whole time. I got four exposures of the 56. No observations. PLT out.

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Testing I, 2. This is the CDR at 00:33 Zulu. The subject is S063 operations - comet operations. The SAL is open. The wi - the mirror is extended. And the ROTATION is set at 257.4, [sic 254.7] and the TILT at 21.7. And will remain unchanged, luckily, throughout the entire pass. The first exposure is at 41. It's now 33, and 45 seconds. The first filter is number Alfa i.

CDR

It's in. First exposure will be a 1-second exposure. I've set the camera at position i the SHu'I','_I_ SPEED at i. Okay,

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I've checked

that the camera

is

cocked. The last person that used the camera did not cock it after they used it. CDR SPT CDR Oh, yeah. It really does.

I guess I'll try both of these. Oh, there must be a lot of things that need glue. And I Just can't think of anything offhand. Bill, can you think of anything? No. Okay, it's 00:37. 4 minutes. I guessI'llturnthe recorder off for a little while. No sense in letting it run with no action. Okay, this is the CDR again, at 00:40 Zulu with T - correction, S063 comet ops. First exposure starts at hl. This will he a one-second exposure through filter number Alfa I. 15 seconds to go. 5. Stand by.

CDR PLT CDR

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MARK. Okay, cocking the shutter. This is Alfa 1 again, going to B on the little SHUTTER SPEED dial. This one is l0 seconds• Stand by -

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MARK. Stand by to release the shutter. Stand by MARK. Cocking again. This one is 30 seconds through Alfa 3. Alfa 3 is set. Stand by -

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009 oo 41 41

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MARK. I0 seconds gone. gone. 5 to go. 20 seconds Stand by -

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M_K. Termination of 30 seconds through Alfa 3. Cocking the shutter. Setting Alfa h. This exposure is 120 seconds. Stand byMARK. Started it at 42:30. 120 seconds through Alfa 4. 60 seconds gone. I don't 60 to go. to 5 feet.

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see anything

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MARK. Termination; cocking; going for Charlie 1 on the filter. Charlie 1 is in. We want to start at 45 with a 90-second exposure. Reverifyin@. byMARK. Charlie i. Staud

CDR

009 00 45 00

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the exposure. at 00:45.

We started promptly

60 seconds gone by, 30 to go. i0. 5 to go. Stand by MARK. Termination; cocking; going to Charlie 3. This one is a 60-second one. Stand by MARK. All right, the next exposure is gonna he Bravo i. 20 seconds to go. i0 seconds; 5.

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Stand by for termination of Charlie 3 which is exposure 6. Stand by 009 O0 47 hl CDR MARK. Cocking; putting in Bravo 1. Bravo 1 is for 60 seconds. Stand by MARK. This is exposure number 7 which is in Filter Bravo 1. Skylab, this is Houston. 1 minute to LOS. Next station contact in - 30 seconds to go. - - through Carnarvon at 01:32 and we'll be standing by to receive the evening status report at AOS, Carnarvon. Over. Roger. Copy. to go.

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See you there. 5 seconds till termination of exposure number 7 on Br - filter Bravo I. Stand by MARK. Termination; cocking; going for Delta 1 now. Stand by MARK. this is a 150-second.

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Delta I. 20 seconds to go. 15. i0. 5 seconds to go on exposure 8. Stand by 009 00 51 J$O CDR MABK. Termination. the shutter. Delta is in place. 009 00 51 50 CDR CDR MARK. Cocking 2 filter

Stand by -

This one's 90-second.

30 down, 60 to go on exposure number 9- 90 seconds is exposure in filter Delta 2. 60 down, 30 to go. lO to go. 5. Stand by for termination of - of exposure Stand by MARK. Termination; ends the sequence. CDR signing cocking.

CDR CDR

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This is the CDR at 01:53. Subject is Earth observations. Handheld target number HH35-2 and HH55-4 which is right near the Bonin Islands. Unable to see it. Either - couldn't even see the Bonin or the volcano volcano islands because of heavy cloud cover, and also the fact that we are - We passed slightly north of them, and we are looking to the north now in our orbit. And it was very difficult to even see in that direction. But the cloud cover

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and took a look at Sakurazima. Sakurazima is still blowing tan smoke today. The wind is obviously not as strong as it was yesterday. The wind was blowing right down the bay out toward the mouth of the bay. And there appeared to be a 90-degree shift in the wind again at about the mouth of the bay, and the - the smoke began to feather off to the to the east, and looked very much like an ostrich plume or something. Starting at the at the volcano, extending to the southeast - to the south, and then beginning to feather off toward the southeast _ and looking verymuchlikean ostrich plume. The smoke coverage was quite extensive. It was every bit as extensive as it was yesterday. And I looked up into the Tokyo area, was unable to see HH55-3 due to cloud coverage. And from this distance, the area HHllg-7 was difficult to make any kind of a good observation. 009 O1 55 24 009 01 55 58 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR again at 01:55, continuing Earth observations comments. This time is - is the report on photos taken at 00:00 GMT of the western Australia rangeland, HH146-9. The frames were frames 103 to 105 for the Hasselblad 100, Charlie X-ray 51. It was under an f-stop of 8, 1/250. And was remarkably cloud-free and pretty good Sun angle. Thesepictures you should be able to compare with

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In general I would ss_ the Australian rangeland still looks quite red. It is not what you would call very green at all. The grazing areas are not very rectangular. There are a few straight lines seen whe - which are probably fence lines, but for the most part, the patterns of the - of the grazing land are rather irregular, indicating that the cattle, or - or whatever the the animals are, are ranged pretty much free, and stick Just to where the vegetation is. And therefore, the - the grazing patterns are uneven, and not too - too verymuch rectilinear.

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Okay, T002 is the subject. Cutting some moon moon sightings here if I have time .... my feet in the holes here. And, let's see, what's good for a null bias - how about Rigel this time? Sirius isn't up yet. And you want to know filters. I don't have any filters in for the null bias. Okay, temperature is 71 degrees and - Hal Sirius Just came up. I'll use it. Okay. Well, let's see. Let's get a focus. Okay, let's put one filter in each pass and see

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what happens. Okay, now the filter that I'm now viewing - PLT ... in feet today getting so bad. ... you're

PLT

Neutral density, 1.0. And, in both axis - None of them - which one do you call which, really. But, anyway, I got the 1.0 neutral density on the base ... prism mirror.

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And I got the neutral density 1.0 in the hole - circular hole. And we'll try that on for size. How's that? Now, if I'd do this enough, maybe I'd get it right. Just don'tseemto get my feet in the right comfortable position. Here we go. Lights off? No. Shall MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. we start? 00027. 00038. 00035. 00032. 00032. csme out. Okay. Okay, stand by -

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One of the filters Here we go.

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MARK. 00035. Hey, every day it seems like it's get a couple of wild herrings, and then they settle down.

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PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT

MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK.

00032. 00029. 00029. 00031. 00029.

MARK. 00037. Okay, temperature is now 7h degrees, and the diopter setting is minus 12, and I'm gonna focus it on the moon here. It might need a little filter here. I think that moon is pretty full. I thought it'd be - we thought it'd be dipping. [?] Okay, let's see, if we try both filters in. Have to do it twice. Take them out. Okay, same filters. Neutral density and 1 are in - both fields of 1

PLT

view. Let's see, you want to try - no, I wanna see if I can make any dif - makes any difference on focus. If the film were wide ranged, doesn't make any difference. Okay, moon moon. So you want the marks. Okay, I'll give you marks. Stand by 009 02 i5 54 PLT MARK. 0005 - no, excuse me.

0o585.
009 02 i6 21 PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 00585. 00584. 00589. 0058h. 00585.

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MARK.

00588.

MARK. 00583. Okay, I hope I'm recording. Yes/l, okay, it is on channel A. MARK. MARK, MARK. 00585 .... 00587. 00589. try that and consistent.

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MARK. Okay, I'm gonna one over. Stand by MARK. MARK. 00585. 00585.

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Skylab, this is Houston through Corpus Christi. Sorry to bother you. Two items we need reconfigured before you hit the sack here. First Is, we see DETECTOR 1 on S055 was left on - MARK. 00585.

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- - in panel closeout. And secondly, it appears that the VTR has not been completely reconfigured per page 11-40 MDA checklist experiments ... Since we've got no power on it. Over. Yeah, Okay, you're Thank right, you. Bruce.

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For the VTR, that is. ... needs the VTR. Well, a little power on

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and it coiled up the cable, and I didn't go back up and turn the power on the VTR. PLT Okay, now back to the moon. yes ......... Okay. MARK. MARK. 00582. 00585. Ah,

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MARK. 00570. Let me see what my ... Let me look at this. I hit the knob. It 's way overlapping. Th - Throw that one out. MARK. 00580. And that one moved. That- Thisthing- I I moved it after - Throw that one out, too. Wasn't my head going to take it. If I use m_ hand first, and then look at it. MARK. I see what I'm doing. Okay,that'sall right. 00590. Yeah, that's what I'm doing. I'm dipping it and then letting go of it. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 00588. 00584. 00585. 00585. 00587. 00587. 00585. 00584. Okay, let's see

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quick llke. Oh, yeah i the stars, if you would, the star star. And enough time left here. Two, three, [?] ii and 12 or 12 and 16. Let's see, ii andl2. Aldebaran and Rigel, or Rigel, Procyon. And a quick check on temperature; it is now 77 degrees. Let's see, wanna go back to Rigel. Already gone to Aldebaran. Let's see. Put the filters in. PLT ... here any time. CDR PLT PLT To hell with 26 degrees all that, Bill. so I wo - won't waste

approximately.

Okay. I may have to try one filter in each one of them. If I didn't want to see the ...... Okay, Rigel and Aldebaran. MARK. 26522.

PLT 009 02 30 50 PLT PLT 009 02 31 31 PLT

Stand by MARK. 26523. Oh, let's see. You want to know the filters I'm using. Okay, on the prism MAR, [?] I don't have any. I don't have any filters. Okay, spot filters out. Oh, slip one off. Okay, number 3 coming up.

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MARK. filter MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK.

26530. system, 26525. 26528. 26528. 26533.

Now what's let's see.

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MARK. 26517. Take a look at that. No, it wasn't quite down here. MARK. 26520. Over seven.

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I think they Just stole the recorder from you, Bill. _mm, Okay, thank you. Trying to get

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SPT at 02:52. ATM ops, last pass of the day. It began around 01:15. J0P 6 01A [sic] IB, no problem. Building block 2 after that, no problem. I was pretty quick even though I had to look at the pad twice, and - to make sure that's what we wanted to do. It seemed strange to do a - a JOP - or a building block 2 after a IA and lB. Seemed to me tht a - a JOP, or a building block 2 is sort of a short version of - of l, and it's geared for S052 with a STANDARD MODE. And building block 32 is Just a quicker version of that. Good better and best. I was surprised to see the two of them lumped right together there.

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I guess that would be a good question to ask. It's great to do it. I'm Just - would be at a loss though to figure out why we - why it was planned that way, but I'm sure there's a good reason. After that I went out to take a look at active region 16, and tried to look at the intensity in oxygen VI, get a feel for how hot it is. And in searching around I could see that the location right over the sunspot based along our line of sight ot the sunspot so it was really to the east of the sunspot higher in altitude - I'm sorry, west of the sunspot. I'll never make an astronomer; I was always get east and west confused .... years. Okay, the area to the west of the sunspot must be hotter. Well, fairly hot, because I was getting counts of 4000 or so looking right at the sunspot, and going north or south along that line was also fairly hot. I saw the hottest regionnorth of the - directlynorth of the sunspot, the plage directly north.

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And I was searching around and saw a spot that was 7000 in oxygen VI. And in trying to maximize that, I managed to move off it slightly, and I could never regain 7000. 009 02 55 06 SPT Try as might in i arc second increments, the best I could get from there on was 7000. And that made me think that perhaps we had a - something of a transient nature going on there, although it was a - almost a factor of 2 in a matter of 15, 20 seconds. And that, I think, is perhaps beyond the nature of those transients. But I then tried to maximize best I could, got it to around to 3500, 4000 and did some truncated MIRROR AUTO SCAN at that point, and then some truncatedMIRRORAUTO RASTERs down to line 13. I think I got in about two of hem before 400K. And 56 received I believe 5 PATROL SHORTs. 009 02 56 59 SPT Oh, one other thing: back in building l, I again m_naged to do the GRATING AUTO SCANs at llne 9 rather than line 25. And I guess that 'B _what I get for memorizing the - the building block and not readint it. I've gotten into the habit again of doing it right after unattended operations where it 's always at 25. So I'm to make myself another mental note. Okay, going out to the active region, what I was hoping to find was some fairly intense bright points, as opposed to uniform plage, and hopefully an indicator that we might have some instability in the active region. However, it looked like a - Just a continous region of plage, except for that one - one spike of 7000 which l'm still at a little bit of a mystery to - still at a loss to explain. I noted that one is in the Holt - or I should say the Smith longitude, between the Smith and the Holt.

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And with any lick when we finally get the Herman longitude coming around again, we might have some real complex of activity. I hope that the frequency od active regions coming over remains the same. I'm not hoping - I don't think we'll get anything as goos as SL-3, but we may get something close to that. I had a quick look at the s,,mmary of observing programs for looking at the active region longitude over the next l0 days. It looks pretty good. I think we're - it emphasizes the right things at the right time. I know one thing which - again I'd like to emphisize that from this - from the stand point of up here, the way to get a flarerise is to allow the operatorthe time to look into the scope and be doing nothing but watching for a bright point, as well as monitoring the PMEC when you're in the SAA so you can turn it off and on, monitoring the BERYLLIUM APERATURE, monitoring the intensity in H-alpha, which on some of the bright point - point brightenings we've see before comes up at the same time, although I know it's not always coincident. But the operator needs - needs to be able to afford a good part of his concentration for that. He can be running other mumdame I shouldn't say mumdame, but other tasks which don't require a lot of heavy work, or mental manipulation. Another subject which - that we have been talking about now that J0P 18D is over, or all of 18, and the comet is pretty much behind us. I personally, and I think all of us - I mean the ATM world have not been getting a good n,lmher of passes of solar observations. We felt we ought to be able to - to get at least one more. Lookingat theat schedule, I saw six or seven I'd like see eight,

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possibly nine. I, personally, would like to get four, possibly five a day. Now it's not working out that way, and I've been kind of disappointed by it. Tomorrow doesn't look any better. Two passes is for me, and that's it. I think after all of the - the effort that we all have put into this thing, and all the experience we've gained on how to operate the instruments, the best way to get data, that the Sum is there, the instrument's there, the knowledge is there, we ought to take advantage of it. So I'm personally going to try and figure a way of getting mere time. 009 03 Ol 45 SPT Doing it late at the best way for a night owl, and Even in the last night probably is not me I - I am Just not I'm not very efficent. half here I was not

too - not as effeient. Probably the only way I'll eve/ do it is, if we have to add anything on to the day, is to get up in the morning and try it that way. Although I'm hesitant to do that right now, because we're Just robbing efficiency from the remaider of the day. If it's got something good on the disk though, I'm sure exceptions will be made. We'll be talking more with the folks on the ground on this one over the nex couple of days. 009 03 02 31 SPT SPT out.

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009 11 49 36 PLT Okay, PLT_ I'm doing a T002, and I Just started my null bias. The first number is 0026; temperature is 71 degrees now. And, let's see; I have the neutral density 13 in the mirror, and the neutral density 16 on the circular line of sight. MARK. 00095. I'm gonna have to take the filters out because I lose both of'em - can't compare the, in there real close; there's Just a little spacing. 009 ll 51 15 009 Ii 51 3_ 009 Ii 51 52 009 Ii 52 08 ._4 009 ii 52 32 009 ii 52 53 009 11 53 ii 009 Ii 53 31 009 ii 53 47 PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 00012. 0023. 00022. 00022. 00019. 00018. 00019. 00023. let's see. I have - if that you want ...

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MARK. 00023. Okay, What do I have here? there are two stars

PLT

12 to 16. Okay, 12 is_Rigel. And Procyon. Rigel, Procyon, and that's 39 degrees. 12, 16, looks like. Yes.h, it is. Okay, see if we can get ... quick marks here. 39 degrees. Temperature is now 73 degrees on the case, and I notice that there's an awf_l lot of moisture that collects on the csse from my

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breath, from my nose, right to the to the left of the nu - numeral

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indicator, angle indicator display. So it probably does make a difference on - when there's a temperature rise; and there's Just no doubt about it. Okay. 30 degrees. PLT Gosh, I'm getting" a lot of moonlight in that one. Okay, starting the marks MARK. now.

PLT 009 ll 58 49 PLT PLT PLT

Okay, that was 38561. ... up and try some filter.

I'm gonna

Yeah it doesn't look like it was a very good mark; we'll see. And I'll tell you what filter later.

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MARK.

38560.

Gotta take the filter out. That was nu - neutral density, 1.0. MARK. 38568. One of the things is getting my fingers off the knob without moving it; that's a problem. This awkward position ... holding things ... Why, you'd think ... for me. MARK. MARK. 38572. 38559.

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MARK. 385 - oops! Okay, hit the knob. Man, that's a - particularly when you hold this in the awkward position, sidways, like I mn between these two stars. They're left to right as I'm standing here. I tell you, it's not nearly as easy. MARK. 38585.

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MARK. 38570. Just don't like to do it this way. Regardless of what you say, there is up and down in space. MARK. 385504 If you don't believe it, look at the signal on these. MARK. 38568. Okay. Right now the temperature is 75 .degrees. Focus is set at minus 1.6. And this is about five times as hard as taking'era when the stars are up and down relative to me as I look out the window, with my fee planted in the floor. So frcmas far as I'm personally concerned, the - there is a distinct difference in the ease and the ability and the accuracy you can get, whether the stars are located up and down relative to your body position and the way you're fixed, your postural position,and Whetherthey're left/right. I - these are Just about - it goes frc_, oh, about 8 o'clock up to about - say 8:30 to 22:30. As I'm looking out the wardroom window with my feet in the grid floor. And I'm finding this extremely difficult. I 'm finding much more of a tendency to change the setting with my fingers on these knobs. I think I owe you about five more marks here.

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Much more of a tendency to overshoot. I lose track of which star - which mag to move close. MARK. MARK. MARK. one • MARK. MARK. 38568. 38573.

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MARK.

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MARK. 38565. And that's going to have to be the last one. Well, I'll see if I can get one more; it's getting awfUlly light out there. MARK. 38563 .... Hey, I see blue sky now. Still give you s_ne marks, though. MARK. 38560.

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MARK. 38564. And that's it. Okay, the temperature on the instruments is 67 degrees. My diopter setting right now is minus 1.6. I used no filter. And that was Procyon and Rigel. PLT out.

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PLT. One oth - final note. I reported T002-2, filter ll - or I will be reporting a T002-3, filter ll, moon moon, and a T0O2-1, stars ll and 12. Both of those are on tape starting at about 0_:20 on day 8. And I notice the gro_aud took the tape recorders, so I don't know how much of the star ll and 12 you got. The one that I Just finished was on was it 12 and 16 - Rigel and Procyon, whatever they are. So if you'll notice that a - that a - the TOO2-1 is reported for which you do not have full information, because ground took the recorder from me. And that wss last night. They probably thought that we were already to bed or something. But I - they ought to see when we're using the recorder. Anyway, that'll that 'll explain that point. PLT out.

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Compartment - well now let me take a little closer look. Shouldn't be so quick. C-A got a small amount of growth, maybe Just barely budding at the end of each seed, looks about the same, very small. Well - Ah, hold off on the B0C looks as though there's Just a little something coming off the very end. It's a very amall tentacle and then a little bit of growth, maybe 1/20th the size of the seed. Well, hold off on htat.

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Okay, it's compartment 5: Seeds C has split the - B has some small amount of growth coming from the tip if it - no it appears to be coming fr_n the - all these seem to be coming frem the sharper end of the seed. And there's a small amount of growth in the seed. A also at the bery tip is budding. In compartment 7 it's the same for that, a small emount A. B and C I don't see anything. Okay, compartment 2. I'm going down the righthand side now. Compartment 2 doesn't have anything in it and it's Just as well because that one has really .... up with a lot of ... agar. Oh, year. Look at compartment 4. Seed B is doing very nicely. Got two curlyques coming out of the tip, then cnm_ng out they grow - oh, I shouldn't say two, I should really say one is all that's evident. There's a - looks to be part of a very small part of the seed is broken away, and not broken away, but the skin is pushed off it, and opened up like a flap and then a something about maybe one half the length of the seed, a little arm, reaches up and curls around maybe it makes 270 degrees so far that's looking at it frcm the right hand side.

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With the thing up it comes from - coming from - going through 090 going to my right curled down and finally it makes a turn to go back up again. Let's see, compartment 6: ... at 13:23. A little bit of growth coming from there. And a little bit of - hit of growth from B, tip of B, a very small tentacle reaching out. Not quite as impressive as the one above. More of a filsmentory nature not as thick as the tentacle in compartment 4.

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And seed A not doing much of anything. Seed C, a little - little bit. Very sm,11 tentacle. Yes. Compartment 8: There's not too much. C-C is split. I'iibe goldanged. Canpartment 8 we got two seeds and slot C or slot B, wonder how the heck that one worked? Man, that went right by the books. Okay, '_otioe ... uses a lot of water ... accumulated on the inside of the front surface ... compartment." Okay, that's it for the day. PRetty soon we'll have ourselves a real nice harvest. We can use a little extra food here.

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Okay. And we go now with another 64. Okay, we're tracking. Stand by for the mark. We can do the ring lock a little bit better. Okay. MARK. Now this is much better. I 'm getting exceptionally - I think, exception-SSy good tracking. If I keep my eye off of the - the sight reticle, I'm okay. I got to back away

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a little bit because you know, the whole rig is pretty flimsy, and it's got a lot of wiggle and Jiggle in it. I can wiggle it around with my eye. So I Just back off a little bit, so I don't wiggle it. ... touching the whole thing with my hand on the fishing rod wheel here, if you will. The one used for tracking. I find that to initially adjust the tilt so I got a good field of view, ... horizons ... across. Okay. 009 14 48 02 SPT MARK. It's the end of it. Now we're coming up on 14:49. You'd like another one, which is a 6300 in S064. Okay. Let me give the rotation, and tilt again. Went hack down. Boy that ... 0kay, and now my - Okay, I'm looking at a ring position now of - hey, ... what is that? 57, plus 57. Okay. Ready to start another one here. Oksy, _m starting the track now. Stand b_. ' MARK. only very little tracking is required. I tll tell you what lyre also able to do here, I'm loosening up the ring lock. IVm also able to Just nudge that, so I can keep ourselves exactly parallel to the there's the lighted reticle horizontal - exactly parallel to the airglow. You've really got tracking and two directions, rotation and translation. Okay, you now want 57 for 64. Okay,

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that's coming up on frame number 5 now. Okay, flash ... out. Okay, stand by. 009 14 51 01 SPT SPT MARK. Good tracking. Right on. Okay, that takes care of your frame number 5. Frame number 6 at 54 is 6600. Oks_. That last one, I had it up at a ring position of 58 - 68, Let me get the tilt. Mbve this thing back down again; as far down as it'll go, however, for some dang reason. Okay, coming up on 64. That was 6h; I'm at 54, 63 set in. Good in rotation. Okay, let's start tracking. Stand

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anything, or did you see anything above the limb in the southeast region? CDR I'ii get to that in a minute. Okay. WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH: between yesterday and today, the this large wide streamer that Ed was talking about yesterday that had three spikes in it, it's now reduced back down to two spikes again. It's a little narroWer, it's about the same width at the base, but it's narrowed down at the top. And then I remember yesterday evening Ed mentioned, I believe to the ground, that up at about 300 degrees it looked like another spike, a long narrow spike.It was beginning to form. That's still there this morning. And to me, and on the picture, I've got here that I took, it looks like it's narrower at the b_e - Okey. Coming up to another exposure here. Supposed to start at 59; we're a little behind. Adjusted filter; It's 300. Ready CDR it is in. to go.

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Active region 16 is a fairly simple active region; it's not too hot. Oxygen VI, maximum count I could get was about 2000. It's one single sunspot. And then below it on that east limb about 20 degrees below it, there's a little bit of surge 009 15 01 52 SPT SPT CDR activity - -

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Okay, CDR. Sure appreciate the real good briefing and the guys will be using it to plan the res - to take a look at the rest of the day and also this extra ATM pass looks like we - we may get. While you're thinking about that, let me give you a note for a couple of your succeeding daylight cycles, Jerry. And I don't think it's necessary for you to be looking at the ATN schedule pad for this. But on two of your daylight cycles that are coming up later, at the end of them the res a powerdown listed for a S063 maneuver and later for A S183 maneuver, and ATM advises that he would like you to use the powerdown for EREP cue card when those show up in the schedule pad.

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Okay, Dick. And we're ready to listen to the weather. Okay. It ' improving s continuing to improve - Stand by .... filter 809.

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MARK. - - The land mass there in central America will be somewhere around 2000 foot scattered. It will get a little more cloudy on the eastern shores there. Then as you cross up across Cuba and the Bahamas, that should be very good, some - occasionally some scattered to broken clouds. Then again, as you cross the North Atlantic it's going to vary that - that - there is abig low out to the East of the Eurasian land mass there, so it's - it's going to vary between some clear spots and also some fairly heavy cloud cover, but it - it won't cover quite the large areas that it has. The coast of France as you cross it sould be pretty clobbered we think.

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Roger, copy. Okay. Okay. Time's up. Now we're going to 557. The frame number ll comes up now. Stand by. MARK. Dick, confirm you want 52B on the GRATING. That doesn't add up to anything on the - on my chart up here that looks right. It looks like it might be 518.

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Okay, that concludes that one. Now you'd like another one at 6300 at 15:09, which is cr_,_ng up, and - Let's see. When is that supposed to be terminated by? Buried in there somewhere. 15:09. Okay, now. Hang in there. How we doing on time here? Coming up to 08. Okay. Change the TILT a little bit. Go back the other way in tilt. And also in track in on the RING LOCK, okay. There we go. And we'll get this one exactly at 15:09. We're at 15:30 -

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MARK. Stand by MARK. Skylab, Houston. It's time for out pre-EREP REG ADJUST if anybody's - anybody's - anybody's available to do it for us. What we'd like this morning is both REG ADJUST pots i and 2, rotate about 20 degrees clockwise. That 's - Okay. Turn it to another last exposure. exl_osure,

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Going up and the daylight period getting longer and longer it turns out that we're not - after this EREP we probably are not going to remove this adjustment, and we'll go with it and let it stay here until further notice.

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Bill, we're about a minute and 15 seconds before we get into sunrise, and we reASly need to get there before we can give you a really good hacks, but I'ii let you know. We still have about 2 minutes in the pass, so go back to what you're doing. That's fine. Okay. Sure _s changing. I've got to change the - the RING LOCK a heck of a lot more than the - for the tracking. Okay, we've got another - PLT, HOuston - - 25 seconds ... - to go there.

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do the prep after his ATM pass, which we're going to stick in there right after his S063 AOP. Another way that - that you might do it is you Just shorten your eat period and you pick up both the stow and the prep, if you would prefer to. Either way you'd get the stow, and if you'd like to also do the prep since you're going to do the ops, that'd be okay with us. That would free up Ed for a good bit of time there that he could do science demos, but really doesn't matter to us. If you'd Just let us know which way you guys would like to handle it, we'll give you the supporting information a little hit later. PLT Okay, why don't I go ahead and do both of those because I have chili for lunch and that's not going to take me long. Okay - So I'll Just do the S063 Alfa Sierra Tango 3, and we'll Just it quits at that.

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Okay. Suits us fine, and we'll %_'i1 give you any supporting information you need. And we'll look at the Flight Plan based on that. We're about to go LOS here. I'll give you a call at Texas at 15 :h3. See you there. Thanks very much for working that out, Dick. What time would the ATM pass start? It's at about 18:26 when you'll get there. You'll - you'll arrive there right after your S063 AOP, and wet11 have a plan for you when you get there.

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I'll probably be able to make the i0 minute turn on, and it wom'% be i_ probably a gooa i_ea. here. %i_e quite so close and scary _k_ Just - I _ust finished an ATM pass, and it's - the two things or ectivities eme Just _ed up a little too close together this time is all, end I ended up being late. All right, at 15:39:30 you'll hear a mark. Okay, cceLing up on 39:30, stand _y MARK. The SOA'A'A'_:_O_ZERis going to STANDBY. The ALTIM_WI'_a_ is going STANDBY, and the RADIOM_A'_ is OFF.

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PLT CDR PIE

A lot of clouds S_y s_ain.

there.

I hope it breaks up pretty soon; we - we have a lot of clouds. Uh-oh. Yeah, we've I guess. got 600 miles to go,

CDR PLT

CDR

Okay, Delta 4 is reading - Okay, that's a good readimg, a 72. Yeah, it's clearing up.

PLT PLT PLT

Land ho. Be picking up ground pretty soon.

PLT
FLT

...
There, Lake ManagUa, business. we're in

009 Z5 _2 30 _
_i:i .,_,._ i : '-; , _,_ :._ :_i, i_'_i_ :_;_ CC eDIt

_m_, _2:so, _,

sty.

Somewhere along the line EREP START switch got left on. Houston's with you, Skylab.

Roger.

Caming

up on 43:00.

009 1_

03 CDR

MA_.
_3:02.

The ALTL_'_

is ON at

PLT

Okay, I got one of the three volcanos. DAC on. X marks at 43:37. Stand by Next

(:DR

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009 15 43 45 CDR PLT 190, MODE to AUTO. I'll track it down to 15 degrees, and then I'll see if I can get one of the other ones. Now, put the DAC on now. Ah yeah. Yeah, I'm getting them; I don't know which ones they are. Okay, DAC off. I can't - I think I got - Next mark at 45 :00.

CDB

PLT
CDR 009 15 45 00 CDR

566 and 567.
Stand by MARK. S192 MODE to CHECK. stand by MARK. next. 191 HEFEHENCE to 2. 45:06,

009 15 45 06

CDR

45:30

PLT _"

Okay, I'm Almost sure I got 566 in the last one. It was either 567 or San Cristobal. I think it was San Cristobal because there were about three craters in a row left to right. Stand by -

• 009 15 _ _

CDR CDR

MARK. ALTIMETER going to STANDBY at 45:30. Setting up MODE 5. ewe this for an S190 READ out; READY out at 49:40. MARK. Out at 40 - 45:41. ALTIM,-._ER'S cc_ing on. MARK. 190 MODE to STANDBY. is at 39. SHD'I'A'ERPEED, FAST. S a %_ES AUTO CAL, Bill, Okay. At 46,

009

15 45 42

CDR

009 15 45 47

CDR

FRAME

009 15 45 _56 "'

CDR

Okay, We need at 46:16.

PLT

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CC

Jerry, real quickly right after this AUTO CALl'm goimg to need to talk to you about a real quick pad chau_e to save us some data here. Okay. MARK. Was Yeah. Yeah. Okay, late. you made me about 2 seconds Go ahead. that the AUTO CAL?

CDR 009 15 h6 15 CDR PLT CDR PLT PLT

CC

_

Okay, real quich, Jerry, and I'Ii help you on this upeOm_ug time at _8:06, and not get lost. Down the pad right after 55 - Correction, right before the 55:37 entry for S190. Okay. I want you to write in S190 SHUTTER SPEED to _DIMB_. Right before That's 55:37, huh?

CDR CC

CDR CC CDR CC

correct.

All right. And I've got one more for you at 16:02. That's Just before the entry at 03:50, 192 MODE to READY, I want you to write in 8190 SHlr_'rmR SPEED to SLOW. 16:02, right before what?

CDR CC

It's - at a time of 16:02:00. 8190 SHUTTER 8r_:.:,_. SLOW.

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CDR

Okay, 16:02:00 SHUTTER SPR_n, SLOW. Okay, and at the SHUTTER SPEED, MEDIUM is going to be at 30:55:37 on the money, right? That was a mistake, Jerry, that I - it was my fault. The time for the SHUTTER SI_EED to _DIDM is 57:00. 57 :00, okay. Okey, we may have ourselves a tape proble_ here, I 'm not sure. I found the EREP switch in STA!_, snd I haven't got the slightest idea when it got there. I don't how long the tape recorder's been running. Charlie 8 is now reading 46 percent. Okay, Okay, you're coming up on 48:16.

CC

CDR

CC CDR 009 15 h8 07 CDR

stand by Now

MARK it. MODE to SINGLE. 48:32 is the next one.

CC

Okay, Jerry, thank you vex-/ much. It was a real late catch on a pad error we found that's going to save us sc_e i - 190 data; thank you. Okay. Coming up on 48:32. Stand

CDR

009 15 h8 32

CDR CDR

MARK.

S190 SINGLE

again.

All right, now w_tching for S191 READY light to cnme on; expected around 48:56 to 58. MARK. It came on at 57. to REFERENEE, 6. Looking Going for

009 15 48 57

CDR

49:12. Standby 009 15 _9 12 CDR MARK. ALTIM_'A',:R to STANDBY, RANGE is 78. 48:37 is the next one .......

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CDR 009 15 _9 37 CDR PLT

Stand by MARK.

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ALTIM_'I'E_( on at 37.

Standing by for 50:32, for special 02, or 50:33 for special Roger, And, PLT, Houston. One quick note on that one, chances are it may be clouded over. If it is, weld like you to take a uniform cloud area. Okay. I think we're all right. Oh yeah, to be okay, Dick. going we're to be going

02.

CC

PLT

009 15 50 3h

PLT

Okay, IMC, ON. All right, MAX MAG, there we go. DAC, on. IMC, LOW. Okay, DATA push button pushed. ... minus i0 degrees release.

PLT 009 15 51 58 CDR

Oksy, I've got an ALTIM_I'_ UNLOCK light, but READY light's still good. READY light's out now. Okay, I'm going to go to STANDBY on the ALTIMETER now for 19 seconds. ALTIMEI'w.R's back on, rea@_" _LOCK is out and the READY light's on. 52 :51. MARK. Next DAC off. markls at 53:02. Stand by -

009 15 52 21

CDR

009 15 52 hi

CDR

PLT 009 15 52 51 PLT CDR 009 15 53 02 CDR

MAP_. ALTIMETER to STANDBY. RADIOMETER to STANDBY. Next mark is 53:1h. Stand by MARK. SCATTERO_E_, ON_ RADIOM_, 0_. Next mark at 53:26. Stand by -

009 15 53 lh

CDR

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009 15 53 26

CDR pIT

MARK.

8190 to AUTO. zero UP

53:_i coming up; we have and zero LEFT/RIGHT.

009 15 53 _i

PLT

MARK. I'll Just give it a DATA pushbutton mark there. Okay. There's fairly heavy cloud cover; intermittent holes breaking the clouds. Looks like strata eu. Okay, getting sQme blue water now at 54:17 and back over the clouds. Okay, next mark is going to be at 55:37. 37 coming up. Stand by MARK. going Frame INTERVAL up to 20. 8's reading on S190 is

PLT

CDR

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009 15 55 37

CDR

CDR CDR

Charlie

40 percent

now.

On my mark, Stand by -

it'll be 15:57:00.

009 15 57 00

CDR

MARK. SHUTTER on S190.

SP_D

going

to MEDIUM

CC

Okay Jerry, thank you much for that one. We're about to go LOS here in about 20 seconds. Madrid com_es up at 16:01, I'll call you there. Dick.

CDR PLT

Okay,

we'll

see you then,

Okay, 57:30, made a slight adjustment. It had drifted to 1 degree UP; I put it back to zero degrees and it's also gone from zero RIGHT to zero LEFT. There's not been a change on that.

CDR

On my mark, Stand by MARK.

it'll be 16:00:00.

009 16 00 00

CDR

SCA_'A',._OM_A'_2 STANDBY. to

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009 16 00 01 009 16 00 05 009 16 O0 08 009 16 00 14 009 16 00 20

CDR CDR CDR CDR CDR PLT

MARK.

RADIOMETER

to STANDBY.

S193 MODE to XTC. POLAR - POLARIZATION is i.

ALTIM_-A'ERRANGE RADIOMETER

is 7_. off.

cc_ing

Oks_, seeing it's a nadir swath I'll Just let it run 'til you hit the OFF switch. Okay, MARK l'm moving it. up on 35, stand by.

CDR 009 16 O0 35 CDR PLT CDR

ALTIM_I'EH is ON. coming up.

... and a fine maneuver

Okay. Okay, here comes the tape usage now. Going to run on S192 in a m/nute. Skylab, Houston is with you 8 minutes, Madrid. Roger Dick. for

CC

CDR 009 16 02 02 C_R

Okay, at 2 the SHtrI'I'_L8 SI_ is SLOW. That was 02:02. Okay, 03:50 thank yOU.

CC CDR CDR

is the next mark.

i minute. We've got 35-percent tape remaining, according to Charlie 8. Roger, Jerry; ,nR considering we we had a whole bundle of tape in the front end of this pass and if that metQr is anywhere near right, we think we're okay for this pass. We are going to he very interested in a quick tape measurement from l_u after this run though, so we'll know whether or not we have to change out for tomorrow.

CC

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CDR

Okay. Okay, here comes the tape user at 03:50. Stand by MARK. S192 MODE to READY. Shifting gears on the tape recorder. Boy, old Charlie 8 really settled down and stoped wagging around as soon as you get to the high speed. Roger, did you get the - -

009 16 03 50

CDR

CC 009 16 04 03 CDR CC CDR 009 16 04 09 009 16 04 14 009 16 04 16 009 16 04 24 CDR CDR CDR CDR

57 MODE to MANUAL? Okay. Got that Okay, at 03. out.

we got a 190 READY

And the ALTIMETER

to STANDBY.

RADIOM_'±',:R to STANDBY. 21 RADIOMETER, ON. S190, we're going to set that at STANDBY. 05:06 is cc_ing up next. Stand by -

CDR 009 16 05 06 CDR

MARK. RADIOMETER to STANDBY. coming up next. Stand by MARK EREP, it. 192 to STANDBY.

05:12

009 16 05 13 009 16 05 16

CDR CDR CC

STOP.

Beat you by a hair.

Roger, that one looked real good, Jerry. And incidentally, that late - that late ch=nge I read Up to - to you in the middle there it Just turned out that we had we were sending 190 into the sunset at a SHUTTER SPEED of FAST and we didn't want to do that. It was Just an oversight and sorry we were late but sure appreciate you're catching it for us.

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CDR

Yeah, I'm glad we got it. Okay, let me give you a quick tape measurement here. Okay. CDR I could give you a estimate I go down and get the steel tape. before

CO

CC

Okay. And we'd like to have the DAS. We're going to cycle the heaters on the C_4G. Okay, 0kay. 7/16 of an inch. Let's see what that turns out to be. That's my guess. Bill's clear of the DAS.

CDR CC CDR

CDR PLT CDR

Thanks, Bill. (Laughter) (Laughter) Dick. Okay, Yeah. 1.2 centimeters,

CC CDR

Jerry, thank

you very much. of an inch off.

I was a 1/64 - 1/32 Sorry about that.

CC CDR CDR

Eyes have gone bad up there. Yeah. That's Just the width of my pencil. I can spot the eye. The eye is still good. Pencil's a little sloppy but the eye is good. ... it sounds Just the opposite during the mission there. My pencil works great but my eyes are going bad.

CC

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CDR

(Laughter) Okay, I think I owe you a reading here. Bravo 7 is 35 percent. Okay, and we're i minute Carnarvon at 16 :35. Okay, Okay. And, Skylab, I forgot to tell you but the DAS is yours. Okay. Yeah. This is the PLT. The time is 16:14 with a 190 frame count. CAmeras 1 through 6: 01, 09; 22, 92; 98, 33; 91, 95_ O9, 66; and 98, 83. PLT out. This is the PLT. Time is 7 - 16:h8. Start ti_e for }4151, that's on )092-93 was 16 :30. Legband Charlie Sierra and Alfa Quebec and that's stand by. We had 12-3/_ on the left and 13 on the right for the measurement. I measured the right calf twice. PLT out. S192, DORR, CLOSED. we'll see you then. to LOS;

CC

CDR CC CC

009 16 08 36

CDR CDR

009 16 13 43

PLT

_' 009 16 14 I0 009 16 47 36 PLT PLT

PLT

009 16 _8 20

PLT

TI_

SKIP

009 15 24 30

CDR

This is the CDB at 15:2h Zulu with the - first of all the 8192 prep frame count. I don't know why you really want it beacuse it's the same count as you had last night cm the log I imagine. Nmmber I, 0051;

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number 2, 2253; number 3, 9775; number 4, 9137, number 5, 0908; number 6, 9821. Okay, next subject is the ATM debriefings from the first pass of the day which started at 12:12 Zulu. It was a - a JOP 6, step i, building block i. That whole exercise went without any problems. EVerything went on time. I got the video tape recording done. And during the observing time - I spent the whole observing time Just sort of exploring around. I did no shopping list itums. Mainly did some looking at active regions 14, 15, and 16. That 's the bright spot that 's at about 280 at 9. And looked at another bright spot that's down at ii0 at 0.3. I don't need to debrief that now because I gave the full schmear on that at - on the air-to_ ground Just a few minutes ago. 8o that pretty much covers the debriefing for the 12:12 ATM pass, The 13:1_ ATM pas - correction, 13:44 was J0P 6, step 2 which was a quickie; no problem there. Then I Jumped into JOP i Echo 7]); nothing spectacular there. When I did the step 2 with the MIRROR GRATING at 0000, got the whole thing finished. Stepped up to a grating position of 772 and got up through lime n_ber i0. Did not get lines Ii, 12 and 13 completed. We've powered down for EREP now and procedlng on to the EREP exercise. 009 15 26 _8 009 15 26 51 CDR CDR CREW CDR out. • on record-o?

Am I still Yes.

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009 17 33 Ii

SPT

SPT at 17:33, handheld photos HH46 ..., mag 654, frames 107 to ii0 .... greeen light. 17:25. It looks like the cloud formations over the Great Lakes, in contrast to what I have seen there yesterday and the day before, I see cloud streaks building. There doesn't appear, though, ... any real wind is moving through the area. As a matter of fact, over Lake Michigan there was a ... of clouds extending north, south along the center of the Great Lakes, but nothing along the shore as I suspected. The water ... warmer on the land and ... off the center of the water, and are completely still and so that process is not distrubed Right at the whole shore line of Lake Michigan was relatively free of clouds. The other links were Just scattered to broken - no real organized cloud ... that I could see ... However, Just to show you the ... to data and on previous days. SH45, Gulf of St. Lawrence, ... frame 651, frames lll and ll2• ... lO0 millimeters ... picture of HHh6. Okay, I did see some ice formation, and it was up on the • .. Peninsula and went on to the it curled right around the peninsula and came out of the St. Lawrence River on the south side and curled right around the peninsula. All the way around down through the eastern edge of that peninsula. The ice was in fairly large packs, one or two miles or so in diameter, at the ... and the further it got along ... I did not see any fragments of it further down stream, however . .. today and see what I can see.

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009 17 37 19 009 17 43 37

SPT PLT

SPT out. This is the PLT recording in time for MI51 purposes on the M092 run, 17:40. PLT out. No it doesn't make any difference, Bill. SPT at 17:4h and 30. We're looking at IRI0 and exposure number 41, and the first one. Okay, timer is set to 64. We got the rep filter 12 IR on. TILT and ROTATION are set. 42 and 16, respectively.

SPT

009 17 4h 23

SPT

009 17 h6 04

SPT

Okay, there's the airglow. We still have a little bit of sunlight right now on the edge of the mirror. And 40 feet we go. Let m e see what we do here .... right on down to yourframe number 8. Skylab, Houston. 1 minute to LOS. Tananarive at ... :02. Roger, Dick. Okay, we're coming up at 48. And we're going to take 7 --- here, okay? Alright, let's getour rotation set, or our tilt set. REady, good value, take one down here. Tht looks like a good value, we've already got and I'm starting with a 220, 27 on the rnage. Okay. All set; stand by for frame number i. Stand by.

009 17 h6 25 I"_

SPT

CC

CC 009 17 47 33 SPT

009 17 h8 34

SPT SPT

MARK.

SHUTTER OPEN, wldetrack. number I ... frame

Okay, ... frame number 2. Stand by. MARK.

SPT 009 17 50 04 SPT

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SPT

Takes care of frame number ROTATION now .... TILT.

2 ....

SPT

Okay, TILT is now in 58.5. Frame number 3 coming up. All right .... won't c_ne out. Oks_f. Stand by MARK. Ah, nice view. There's a little there's some ultraviolet and ... gap between the white horizon on the Earth, and the violet airglow at about the same - No, let's see, on your reticle. •.. vertical line that comes up from the bottom with the flat line on it. And in the line - dash line itself across which we're using for the tracking about half that length - half that distahoe. And the gap extends, and then the other half is the airglow. Okay. number MARK. Okay, that takes care of frame number Frame number 5 coming up. h. Accompanying ... exposure 412. Stand by frame

009 17 52 23

SPT SPT

z-_

SPT

009 17 53 56

SPT SPT

009 17 55 08

SPT

Let's see how we're doing on TILT. TILT Get it going here• I can't - It's a little bit better. Darn thing I guess that's not ... 7.9 is creeping back, and getting a little bit ... Okay. Guess we got to live with this. Okay, frame number 5 coming up. Stand by MARK. Okay, that concludes frame number 5. Let's take a look at frame number 6. •.. tracking yet. Okay, varying a little bit. Stand by -

SPT 009 17 55 5h SPT SPT

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009 17 57 20

SPT sPT

MARK. Air pollution ... range ... the airglow is not so much moving up, but is rotating with very little motion along the arc, but the ring has to be rotated. Allright. That was 6. What are we doing now? 6 - One more. That's number 7. Then we go - we go to 32. Okay. Okay .... we got the right rotation the right roll, whatever the ring is. Stand by MARK. Okay, that for exposure 7. opens up the shutter

SPT

009 17 59 ll

SPT

009 18 00 16

SPT

Frame number 7- Complete. Going to frame number 8 and changed to 32 on the exposure. 18:02. And I guess we got a couple of minutes here. Okay, we are now at a TILT of 358 - I guess that was 358, not 58 - 358.2. The same thing we ran into last time as far back as we can go. And I'm now at a range position on frame number 7 of - of 50 - 58. And probably be increasing here. Let's see if we want to do this here? We're going to get 8 more exposures, all 32. And it's 18:02, and they time it at 18:09. Let's spread them out. Okay.

SC CC

Turn the ... Skylab, Houston, lO minutes. through Tananarive, for

009 18 01 55

SPT

Okay. I'm coming up to that time. goint to start tracking, and we'll Stand by MARK. Takes Frame number 8 ... care of that one.

I'm start.

009 18 02 16

SPT SPT

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SPT

Okay. Let me get another one here. That was 8. 9 coming up. Stand by MARK. Okay, what I'm trying to do here is - we've got a problem here with the the cord light in the background that keeps coming in, and every once in a while I can see it. It depends upon where I'm standing. And I'm trying to move it. I don't know where I can get it out of the way. There it is. Okay. number Okay. MARK. 0ksy. That's frame n_ber l0 coming up. Stand by Okay, frame l0 in WORK. Frame number ll. Good tracking. ... 9; frame

009 18 04 03

SPT

009 18 Oh 39

SPT

SPT 009 18 05 16 SPT SPT CC F-_ SPT 009 18 06 23 SPT SPT

Skylab, Houston reminding you Honeysuckle, 25. 18: Stand by MARK.

Okay, now the airglow is becoming more full. Be complete about from your bottom line to the middle dash line, which we use in the track list. Okay. Frame number ll. Okay now, 09 you want to wait too. I've got to think of a way to fix that darn light. Matter of fact, I'm going to fix them on both recorders. Recorder around the plus Z SAL - it's got a green light hanging at the record panel it 's on.

009 18 07 ll

SPT

009 18 09 Oh

SPT

Okay, her ccmes 18:09 .... here, and we're going to start tracking again. We've got it all lined up.

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MARK. SH_I'TER OPEN. Now, we're going to - We're starting to come down By down I mean the - I think the bottom of your reticle would be the one which has got the flat line on it. What you should see is the Earth horizon, and the dash lines above that and the airglow horizon. Right now, the ... Just about vertical in relative to the workshop or past vertical. Let me see. HOw many of these fellows do you want now, again? 18:09 did frame 12. 13, 14 and 15 we've got to go. Three more, And ... - I 'm way off scale on your ring lock. I don't know if I ... give you ii0. Tiltage remanis the same .... fits into this one oVer here. Stand by -

009 18 i0 41

SPT SPT

MARK. And, that takes care of that one. Two more to go. I changed the ROTATION to the TILT a little bit. Move it up. Okay, and it's tracking ... Won't come on. Stand by MARK. Okay, of the green successfully ligh. getting rid

009 18 ll 23

SPT

009 18 ll 42

SPT

sPT

Okay. One more to go. Oh, boy. Last exposure Stand by MARK. ... sharply with. defined

Last exposure. coming up.

009 18 12 52

SPT SPT

airglow

... work

SPT SPT C'DR sPT

Okay, now here's the last exposure. Turn the lights on if you like, Jer. 0kay. Okay, you want'd is .5 - to know - the TILT

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SPT

ROTATION is what we started with. One and a half times ... ROTATION. We're over here now at - Just did. - - anti of minus 50, so we're - we're 180 out from your 50. WE've got no marks on that. Okay. I'd like to know what frame ... 26 is advanced. I mean 25 was your last frame. 25 was your last frame. SPT out. Man, it's nice and warm. How about that? Okay. THis will be a T003 - whatever it is on the moon. What's that? You said T003. T002. Yes. T002 moon and Rigel to the far limb. And, let's see. That's ab out 55.9 degrees, and I'm going to do a quick null bias on - here it is - temperature is 70 degrees. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 00028. 00022. 00028. 00031.

SC 009 18 13 53 SPT

009 18 14 33 009 18 15 00

SPT PLT

CDR PLT _-

009 18 16 58 009 18 17 15 009 18 17 28 009 18 17 44 009 18 18 Oh

PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT

MARK. 00030. Okay. Setting 60 degrees. Temperature is now 70 -yes, it's still about 70 degrees. And I'ii be using both neutral density filters. 16, and i0 on the fixed line of sight. ANd I'ii see whether I want to use one on Rigel or not. Rigel to the ease line. Looks like it's ... to get a little light on it. Anyway, we'll press on.

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009 18 19 18

PLT

Okay. Let's see what we can do here. Find the moon. Okay, there's Rigel I'm goint ot come in to the left side as I see it. MARK. Okay. 55h13.

009 18 20 02

PLT PLT

Stand by MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK.

009 18 20 hi 009 18 21 06 008 18 21 29 009 18 21 51 009 18 22 15 009 18 22 36 008 18 22 53 _ 009 18 23 1)4 009 18 23 31 009 18 23 51

PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT CDR STP CDR

55366. Stand by 55349. 55321. 55300. 55290. 55262. 55250. 55225. 55210. 5519)4. Stand by -

Stand by Okay. Stand by -

Stand by Stand by -

Stand by Stand by Stand by [Beep] -

It's the ... Why? I guess the ... generator has been laid on down for ... orbit. It has to be in order to be ... of ours. Standby You will turn to your figures off for that. MARK. MARK. MARK. 55141. 55100. 55093. Stand by Staud by -

PLT CDR

009 18 24 50 009 18 25 18 009 18 25 39

PLT PLT FLT

Stand by -

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009 18 26 03

PLT CC

MARK.

55068.

Skylab, Houston. We're AOS Honeysuckle. Very shor pass, less than a minute, Goldstone cc_es up at 18:53. And for the BPT here's a real quick solar update - Stand by - - small surges which began near 26/1 point on the limb at about 15:48 Zulu were accc_ - were accompanied by weak centimetric radio emission - MARK. 55044.

PLT CC

009 18 26 30

PLT CC

- - Active region 05. And tha active region's now numbered active region 17. Stand by Thank you, Dick. Roger. MARK. See you at Goldstone 55023. at 18:5B.

PLT CDR CC 009 18 26 48 PLT PLT

That's the end. We have 7B degrees on

PLT - Let's see.

the temp. Diopters say we're minus 1.6. for all these reasons. I did not use filter in the star, and used both filter on the moon. That's the 6 minus sight filters and that's neutral density 1 and 1.6. 009 18 27 17 PLT PLT out.

TIME

SKIP

009 18 42 18

SPT

SPT at 18:42. At ATM [?] began at around 18:28 or so. Okay, this is a bearing time, with a suggestion to take a look at the southeast limb. I have

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done that. I see in H-alpha at a ROLL of around - this is sc_e from the north - the ROLL of around minus 1900, maybe 1850. I see what looks like very small prominence extending maybe 20 are seconds abouve the limb. Make that possibly 25 above the llmb and the length along the limb being about 80 arc seconds. Below that, further south, there is Just a small Sun burst. Could be the left - over part of a surge, or could actually be part of a prominence. Hard to tell. It's about i0 minutes - i0 arc seconds high, and and 20 are seconds along the limb. l'm right now at a ROLL of minus 1895, and UP/DOWN of minus 24 shich has the white light slip parallel or taken parrallel to the limb. And a LEIT/ RIGHT of minus 1017 which was out 30 arc seconds above the limb. 009 18 44 25 SPT I found this to be a maximum in Oxygen VI of around250. The regionextending from a ROLL of minus 1880 to around 1915. It's all above 200. I think that sight from the southeast limb is certainly a good one. In looking at the - Stane by a moment. sIT In looking at the eoronagraph, we see a - two very pronounced helmet streamers extending above the southeast limb, that is, at around 220, 230. On the associated H-alpha increase that we see here which is brass [?I prominence perhaps something a little higher enerby things are coming over the limb or in that region. And also these relatively highte counts say that we do have something going on there that's worth investigatin. I'd be surprised to see any kind of an ae - active region that far south, however.

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Oh, very nice. As I look at the at XUV MONITOR in INTEGRATE, we find this whole limb is enhanced - beginning where I'm looking is enhanced. Adn also coming frc_ the region maybe l0 degrees or so above our present location we see ... quite a bit of enhancement. And also, extending from that enhancement, a little arch, which is really a couple arc minutes long, and extends right down to the region where I'm presently located. So we - If we do have something done, thls is the first time I have ever been able to see an arch above the limb in the XUV. Usually, we Just see enhancement, and it's all filled in right next to the limb.

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That's very nice. There's also is osme enhancement quite a bit further south on that. I'dhave to get XUV monitor picture of this and use the better equipment. Very nice. Okay, we're working in a very good region then. I would recommend working this one a little bit more, and I could see - could get a little - one little narrow, but very pronounced arch extending down to where I sm from the region above. Okay, I'll deplete this a little bit more in a moment. Yeah, let me see. I can give you some - some words right now. Right now we got 56 going and single frame _ for 8 minutes. In l0 minutes I'll give it. The - The XUV slit has got a 20-second - I'm sorry, a 20-minute exposure going, WAVELENGTH SHORT

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above the limb here. 55 has got GRATING 3 SCAN going. And 56 has got a long exposure going, pardon me, about 20 minutes. 009 18 _9 h5 SPT SPT out.

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... SPT at 22:28. ATM. Okay. Reporting the results of the four limb COAti ignment. ...009 carried out at 21:30. Additional information: ROLL was minus 1956, experiment ROLL. Upper limb: we had a plus of 995 for H-ALPHA i; 82B, plus 995 ; 55 was plus i000. I could not put a 999, so I hazl to Jump from 998 to i000 and it's in truncation rather than a roundoff, going from octal to decimal. The lower limb: 82B, minus 958; 55 minus 957. Left limb: H-ALFA i, minus 89h; 82B, minus 894; 55, minus 899. Right limb : 82B, plus 1083, 55, plus 1082. Mirror position, 1033, 1033. SPT out. ... Okay, I'll try to get ready. (?)

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Okay, you want it now or you want to wait - wait a while? ... Okay, all I need is on the - the first field, the Kouhoutek which is plate 25 we want to change the field. It should be 19.1 ... SPT again at 22:31 .... cases last ... nipsor we had a co_ set up here which was not correct. The Delta 4 limb coalignment, going to 009 ; time 21 :30. Additional information: a ROLL of minus 1956; H-ALPHA-I in the upper limb, plus 995; 82B, plus 995; 55 plus i000. I could not get 999. I had to go from 998 to i000. Lower limb: 82B, minus 958; 55, minus 957. Left limb: H-ALPHA-I, minus 894; 82B, minus 894; 55, minus 899. Right limb: 82B, plus 1083; 55, plus 1082. Mirror position 1033, 1033.

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Page i of 8 SPT SPT at 23:36, ATM ops. Passage began at 23:03. Building block 32, no problem. Went through the pass to get some observing time in. Went out and looked at the at what I what I was figuring was a limb structure above the active regions in the southeast quadrant. When I first went out there I couldn't see it. What I did was then go out around 20. I searched for a long time, probably spent a little bit too long looking for it. 009 23 37 i0 SPT Looked for it in the XUV monitor, and for some reason it was Just not very clear. I could seethe base where it started out at either end, hut it was not - the top was not clear. For i, 2, 3, 4 - second integrations the optimum turned out to be 2 before in order to see it. I also noted at that time that right down there at the base where I thought the - where I thought it was - where I thought the loop structure was, directly underneath it would be a prominence. I thought : well, all l'm seeing now is Just absorption by the prominence of the higher XUV emission, and that's what gives me the loop appearance; there's another active region coming around the corner. So, i figured while I was over there, l'd - would go ahead and try to at least find the hottest region in that area. So I went out around SO arc seconds - 20 arc seconds, I believe, and rotated around the Sun until I could get at Sun center until I could get to a relatively hot Am.#_ ._

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a 15-second - 15-minute exposure for the XUV SLIT, WAVELENGTH SHORT. GRATING AUTO SCAN for 55. And then I started a 8-minute exposure on FILTER 4 for 56. 009 23 39 06 SPT I then started looking at the XUV monitor again, and after about h minutes went by and for some reason, all of a sudden the loop structure was now very apparent again. And sure enough, it was right down there close to where the prominence had appeared. This prominence, as I mentioned earlier this morning when I saw - first was the loop structure was not a very pronounced prominence, if one at all. It was two appendages maybe 30 to 40 arc seconds long coming off of the - the limb, maybe spaced 60 arc seconds apart and declined towards the sough, with an angle between the - the limb and the axis of the appendage of about 30 degrees. Now, this evening the prominence over there is fairly well difined. Looks like they have zero prominence. 009 23 40 21 SPT Okay, back to the middle of these observations which were being carried out; and I looked again and saw what is now the loop structure was very prominent above the that area. And I questioned why the heck it would change in visibility in the XUV monitor. I've tried things like turning the CROSSHAIR INTENSITY way down to make sure that that was not entering into it. Moving off of - once I committed myself to move, I moved off completely off the crosshair location and confirmed that was not it.

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So what I decided was that, seeing as you don't have too much more time, and these things been around for too long, I interrupted what i was doing. The only thing I really regretted was that I had the XUV SLIT going on type 101 film, your last frame. 009 2S 41 18 SPT And I think all I got in for them on that relatively hot location around 20 arc seconds off the limb was a 5 minute 20 second exposure. And I got a little over 4 minutes for 54, SINGLE FRAME 4, and Just about a GRATING AUTO SCAN for 55. SPT So, I committed myself to move, and looked then in magnesium X on the grating, and went over to a location on the loop structure - over on the alleged loop structure - and found some counts up around 200, 250. And I was about 35 are seconds off the limb. And from the data which I had supplied to me by 55 on permsnent general message number 6, that's right in the ball park for loop structure in magnesium X. So I found the hottest ioeatlon and started a GRATING AUTO SCAN there. I gave 82B a h0-second exposure WAVELENGTH, SHORT timed using auxiliary timer. And 56 reeieved a PATROL, SHORT. 009 _3 _3 25 SPT So, it may very well be that we've Just got cold material - ... relatively cool material in front of the XUV emission above zero, and active regions still yet to come around the corner. I guess it's a little bit of good news and a little bit of bad news. If it's a loop, then we've got something real interesting. If it's not a loop, then we got something hot coming around the corner. So maybe all is not lost. It's had my hopes up, and I think turned out a little bit - turned out to be somewhat of

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of a disappointment, in that I could never really get it down using 55, as well as the ... 009 23 44 30 SPT One thing I find about this work is that, it's sure - sure is frustrating because you're always under the gun from the time element. The old event timer - or time of the sunset Just keeps cranking down. And you know you've got to - to try to get some useful data with the instruments available, and yet, you don't want to do it in a way which is going to cause you to miss maybe one of the better opportunities. So it's this constant battle of do I diddle a little bit more and try to find something better, or do I settle for what I've got? 009 23 45 31 SPT I guess, however, that could be said for all kinds of neat things in life. Tomorrow, on the day off, I think I'll lo - look at that area a little bit more; try to get the a good look at the - what is coming around the corner. And if it does turn out to be a loop maybe we'll get that too. SPT out. ... ... Suppose you give me i0, and then I ... value. I - I - I intend to take longer and - and do the four slower. ... Skylab, Houston. We're AOS through Goldstone, got you cross continent for about 18 minutes. Roger.

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Okay, S183 ops starting up. Okay, S183. And -

For the PLT, Bill, your assumption was correct on the filters. The 1 and 1.6 total up to 2.6. Okay. Okay, Crlp.

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Okay, l've got .... Now we want 19.1. That's approximately - oh, I think about 3 - 3.4 to start with, 3.h turns counterclockwise, i, 2, 3-1/2, and let's see what we got here. Ah, those numbers really gripe me. Flashlight out. Okay that's 2.3 and I want 255.3, 3.7. Okay. 255.3, there we go. TILT 19.1. There we go. TILT, PLATE 25 1 got set. Okay, let's go through. CDR, Kouston. talk, Jer? (Laughter ) Sure, go ahead. I'm not sure exactly were made to it tod8%y - switches, out - okay. You got a moment to

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Okay, you want to wait until after sunset to do this. Okay, and sunset is at 00:02; 2 minutes from now, appr oximat ely. CC CDR Let me get a verification on that, Jer.

Last time I remember doing it was when I did a film ... I put it on tpae so that you'll that I'm doing it. know

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Been pretty negligent about calling that out. I think I did - have missed that about twice during the mission, but - - and it's, I guess ... I think that mainly, I Just been haven't been calling it out. So, we're waiting for sunset. Yes, this - you're right it did run off quite a hit, but we still have an adequate amount to do the pass this way. Great. Thanks, Crip.

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let's see, ... reading to 5.3. Yes. Okay, voice record film plate number, TILT and ROTATION settings, any pertinent comments. Everything looks good. 010 00 02 56 PLT ... 300 seconds. Time lapse. Okay, l'm Just going to stand by, but l'm going to turn the recorder off. PLT, Just for the record on S183, carrousel 2-2, the alignment marks, of course, we're checked when the carrousel was taken out previously. But they were also checked before put-in. They were aligned - two marks were aligned. And there was no difficulty •.. carrousel in; no difficulty in advancing to plate 25. PLT out. Okay, PLT back on line here for S183. We ought to be finishing the sequence up fairly soon. And I want to wait until i0 past the hour before I start this. Okay, this is field 052. That was the comet we took. All right, there's plate - PLATE 26 showing. I want ROTATION 149.2, 3.7 turns counterclockwise from present position. 3.7 turns counterclockwise. 3 point. And I want to indicate 9.2. I've indicated zero point something. Let's see. Okay, 9.2 is showing. TILT, 24.3. Okay. Zero. Okay, stand by. 0/0/1260. Okay, and I can start at i0 past. Okay, we got 0/0/1260. PLATE 26. ROTATION is 149.2 - reading's 9.2, and 24.3. And - Oh me, I - that was the right one to change. Dang. I changed the one above to 19.1. I

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wonder if this one was supposed have been changed. Oh! Well, in progress now. 0nly thought was one of them that needed to changed, PLATE 25. No, that's it says, PLATE 25, first frame. whew. Okay. 010 O0 ll 39 PLT And, PLT out.

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SPT at 02:42. ATM pass which began at 00:56, building block IA and IB, straight forward; VTR, no problem. And I tried to sneak in a little observing time there twoards the end but never got a chance to take any data. But, ... tried to take a look again at the activity above the limb, the southeast limb. And I must 8d_4t that it still looks pleasing. I went out 55 or 58 58 arc seconds off the limb. Went to - GRATING position of 2694, so I could look at neon VII, the 465 line. And then Just rolled it out Sun center. And I found counts around 5060 as I was rolling about Sun center. The area where I suspected the loops to be in are up around 20 or 30 as best as I can remember. So perhaps there was something there. I know what you've given me is numbers considerably smaller than that, 7 to !0. I was surprised by those numbers. The ones where they were the highest were up north of the region I suspected a loop to be. A loop I finally centered in a ROLL on - on a maximum in neon VII and a ROLL of minus 1558. And that loop structure is Just barely - barely apparent sometimes in the XUV Monitor and then it gets diffuse and then sometimes it comes in fairly clear. We do have some GRATING SCAN on it today, so I'm sure that the question can be resolved. But whether it's really loop structure or Just an active region ... high in the corona which is occulted by the prominence. Several things go against that though. One is that the line which

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very thin as opposed to a emission which is occulted which I would expect to be a little more diffuse and larger than that. And again all that I saw all here was using the precision image scope and short integration, Just 2 seconds. Also magnesium X count was relatively high which I mentioned on air-to-ground. And that the fact that it comes and goes. Now I wouldn't expect loop structures to come and go unless there's really lots of activity causing the material to rain down from above and sporadically fill in and empty a loop. 010 01 47 29 SPT Around tomorrow looks like a good day from an observing standpoint. The loops are part of the ... amount over the limb but we'll get a better look at that whole area. Hopefully we'll end up with a little flair probablity in - where the •.• might climb up to at least a tow or a three; I hope so. The corona has also changed, mostly in the way of an addition. At about 260, 270, 280, there is a fairly diffuse streamer structure. I ... structure •.. diffuse area of the emission in the corona ... section, if you will. The pointed streamer or spiked streamer which I pointed out at 300 is still there although it has increased in width a little as it gone - has gone out • The two over at 330, 240 are still overlapping. And ... appear roughly the
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This is the CDR at 02:53. Having gone on another photography spree I _st now pay the piper. The subject is Earth observations. This was a pass that was ascending up from over S-mntra to the southern tip of Kamchatka. The first photos taken were at 02:34. And this is the first time we've seen the Malsy Penisula almost in toto. There were thin - thin cirrus over the Malay Penisula but you could see the ground underneath and pretty much see the layout of things. This is the HHI52 area so I took two frames and hoped that we'll he able to see through the clouds in the picture and get some useful information on landings to the Malay Penisula. The frame numbers are 123 and 124 on the Hasselblad i00, the magazine of Charlie X-ray 51. The f/stop was ii, 1/250. Then as we motored on up over the coast of China, we had an excellent overhead picture of Hong Kong which I thought wan - was taken with a Hasselblad. And that was frame number 125, taken at 02:_0, the same settings, f/ll and 1/250. Then we got up over Korea. And Korea was essentially clouded-over and Japan, off to the east, was fairly much clouded. I could see where Sakamizimra - Sakurazima was located. However the cloud - it was covered over with clouds and I could see no indication that the smoke from the volcano was effecting the clouds in any way. But, I did note that the cloud - the clouds appeared to be moving in the same direction that the smoke was moving that I've seen it on clear days. That is, swinging down from the north, over the top of the volcano, and then south of the volcano swinging in a - in a

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Going from north swinging - making a curve and going to the southeast. So there seems to be a prevailing wind, at least for the last B or 4 days, over that part of Japan blowing the clouds in that direction. There's no clouds blowing the smoke from Sakurazima. Then as we moved on up over northern Japan, the Tokyo area, the picture - the angle was much too oblique to get any kind of a good picture. I took the binoculars and did some looking for fault zones. And I couldn't see really much of anything, so I guess we'll Just have to wait till we get an overhead shot fo - of the Tokyo area and get a shot when it's clear. As usual from the southern end of Honsku on up, the sewtern side of Japan is covered with clouds. All the mountain areas are completely clouded over. The only part of Japan that was visible was around the Tokyo area and then up around the Saltla (?) Air Force Base up in northern Japan. And on the island of Hokkaido we saw very - I saw very little land. I started looking off toward Russia and Sakhalin Island and the Sea of 0khotsk and -that's but that'll not the right pronuciation have to do. Noticed ice

beginning to form but no real ice packs yet. I got a fairly good picture with a Hasselblad, frame number 126, f/8 over - and it's 1/250. I took that at 02:51. And it's up in the - in the bay or the gulf between Kamchatka and the Russian cit of Magadan. And you could see the floes of - of ice beginning to form. You could see the long, serpentine indication that ice

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SPT at 15:37, ATM pass which began at the 14:38. We got the two relatively short exposures taken care of, building block 32 and the single for 82A. Yeah. ... Yes, ... no.

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Whee! Thank you. (Laughter) I_ Just occurred to me that you don't have to ... lined up ... maneuvers. ... maneuver time is in.

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Okay I spent this orbit trying to locate loops. I plan to spend a f_ir amount of time here the rest of the it would be day. And worthwhile I thought to try to

figure out what there really is on the southeast limb. Again in the XUV MONITOR I could see - and first of all, I think the work loops is perhaps the incorrect one; it ought to he called arches. Because I did not see large circles anywhere while resting on limb, but rather arches. 010 15 39

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And I was able to establish some maximums. Unfortunately, that's in oxygen VI and enon VII and some - a little of magnesium X, I'll discuss in a minute. But they were not coinciding with the visible ones on the SUV MONITOR. I did get a very - one similar close to that in the XUV MONITOR. not give somewhere In my ROLL of 1650 I better you a good - I guess it'd be between - I could give you let me think 1540 would somewhere - with the and arches

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I ... the same ROLL of minus 1533, an UP/DOWN of plus 12. A LEFt/RIGHT of minus 1028, I got a reading of around 15. And again, it's awfully hard to get a - a good reading on this as the counts are very noisy dand bouncing around but you have to just kind of Judge the - the two extremes and average. In this case, I was getting some counts up in the 20's, as well some in the low i0. So I call it 15, at 1033 and again at 1025, the average went down to around 12. By that I jusged I was getting no counts at 20 and some below i0. as I went in further, of course, I saw a loop brightening, started bringing our counts back up again. But there very definitely was a maximu/n at that point, although it was not the sharp contrast I was really looking for. Another point now, same ROLL, was minus 1553 and a LEFt/RIGHT or UP/DOWN - excuse me, of minus 38. I got a maximum at 1035 and 10h0, around in there they were both reading 20. At h7, the count had dropped down to 10h7. The count had dropped down to 15 and at 1015 the count was down to 3. So very definitely did hve one there. And I think that's approximately the area I'll be tending to work in the next couple of orbits and try to get sc_e good spectrum. I could randomly pick out any one of these maximums and start taking spectra, but I'm not sure you're going to be getting - some of the better data. So I have taken the time out here to try to figure out here where some of the maximums are and try to map this thing a little bit. I must still admit that I'm rather confused on what I see in the XUV MONITOR. I find Then again,

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it is extremely sensitive to the integration time, the crosshairs where you work the other crosshair intensity Just below the visual ... or not. And to some other random factor which - It seems as though the loops or arches, if you will, always appear or ... That is, if I point where the arch is, turn the crosshair intensity all the way down after I'm established I'm at the right point, integrate the arch now seems to stand out very well at that location and it's always the opposite one. So this is not as rational a program as I'd like to see, needless to say, but I will try to at least establish a - a good maximum. I think I'll work in neon VII, get us tangent to the limb and then start working that area for spectra. 010 15 48 42 SPT SPT out.

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So I'ii be working that one the next orbit. I spent a lot of time this past one just trying to map out what the situation is over there. I still have to admit it's not straightforward at all. And I'll try to get - get it a little better in hand on this next orbit and then start trying some good spectra of related points. CC Okay, Ed, thank you very mudh for keeping us updated and please continue any time you have a chance. Will do it, Dick. Yes, sir. Dick, PLT, I'd like for you to check on something for me. Okay. Subject is TV107, recorded some stuff several days ago and am getting ready to tear down the equipment and suddenly it occurred to me I had not had a comment on it. Would you check and see that that all got down and voice with it? Okay, Bill, hang on. Skylab, Houston. We're about a minute from LOS. Honeysuckle comes up in 4 minutes. Dick, I see I missed the TV on this last orbit Stand by. - and if there is any way I can get that information back to them, either VRT or TV downlink on subsequent orbit, please let me know. downlink Thank you.

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Okay, why don't you let me get back to you - the best way to hsndle that. MARK. Thank you. 60600. I think that's supposed to be 6 - well, that's close enough. It's actually minus up to the last graduation. 60599 or 60600. Stand by. MARK. 60522.

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THis is with filter 1.0, by the way. Stand by. MARK. 60596.

Stand by. MARK. 60445.

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Skylab, Houston. We're AOS Honeysuckle for a real short pass, about a minute and a half. Texas comes up at 16:3h. And SPT, Houston, when we get to TExas, we have enought time there, right after the Texas AOS, to get the TV downlink. So as soon as we lock up to it I'll let you know then. We can pick up that at thap point. And, PLT, Houston, in answering your question on TV107, we've talked to the folks over at Marshal who have taken a look at all these downlinks to ask them. HOwever, it's going to be a little while before we get an answer. And so if it isn't inconvenient to you, we'd appreciate it if you wouldn't tear it down yet. And then after this if the - at least by the Madrid pass, pass, that follows this next will get yo an answer. stateside

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Okay. Thank you. Houston, CDR Go. Hey, Dick. A little historical question. Can you research and find out for us what day it was that we lost CMG l? Sure thing. Say, Dick. I Just realized we've got a master anomaly list. WE can get that information ourselves. Stand by. Well, as a matter of fact, I was looking in the master MAL here and - and going MARK. 60240.

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We'll get to you. Okay. It was day 327, Jerry. We think. Wait, though, we're checking this. Okay. Stand by. That's correct. Rog_. MARK. 60211. 327.

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Stand by. Having trouble seeing that door. Just a little. MARK. 60151.

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I've lost it. Okay, now. Those marks were much easier to take. What I did I make a made a well with that long strap.

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ANd then I hooked it over the - mount for the bar for $90, S063. The point is = ... knows there is anything in particular to do with that - I held myself over to the window. And with my feet in the triangle shoes, there's only a certain number of triangles I can get my shoes in down here. And I was having to lean forward and streach my abdomins_Imuscles to hold myself in position to make the mark.

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By making ... and pulling myself over toward the window I was able to lean the instrument against the window and I think, make the marks much more accurately. But whether theyrre more accurate or not is - is subject ot question. However, I will say this, that it's much less fatiguing to do it. And this emphasizes one of my previous con_ents, in that body posture is a very, very important thing in making the mark, in gelng able to make them in = with sc_e degree of comfort. I noticed that much, much, much less Jitter of the star, as I was taking the marks on the limb, and much - and while I was taking the null bias it was much easier because the - it wasn't the Jiggling, continuous Jiggling. So I guess what I'm saying was the 2 point foot restraint; that is, having both feet nailed down to the floor and then having your body - the upper torso of the body - more or less fixed. And the way I fixed it was Just pull my _V waist over toward the window with

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a belt which is looped around a fixture. And then by pressing the instrument slightly against the window, Just resting it on the window, I was able to - to get a very, very stable platform, much more stable than the previous. Teh previous the thing was Just Jiggling around and I was Just sort of having it out to position. OlO 16 14 2h PLT Okay, temperature on the instruments is 73 degrees, now. And that was done by the way, with filter 1.0 in. And it was much - a bit more difficult to get Aldebaran on the limb then with a filter 1.6. And next orbit I'll try to get both of them. PLT out. PLT again on teh T002. I didn't give you the null bias. I started at 15:40; 68 degreeswas the temperature. 1.6, teh diopter. And here is the null bias; 00038, 00035, 00033, 0003h, 00035. PLT out. SPT at 16:30, ATM. Okay, first started with a ... and I'll be trying to get in a couple of extra orbits, here. When I talked with the crimson team last pm, I understood that I was going to take 7 orbits today, except for those which I was not going to tell them which one I would be dropping out of. Right now, I'm going to try to get in all seven. Apparently, the word got passed around the other way; that I would tell you which ones I would ts_ke, rather than which ones I would be dropping out of. Okay, I continued this elusive search, and I found another factor in looking at the XUV monitor, which is a very

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obscuring we've got center. 010 16 34 01 SPT

factor. And that is that the little pick marks in the

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SPT again at 16:h5. Continuing on with teh debriefing the orbit which began at 18:10. Okay, I finally started getting some data. Let's see, I was pointing out where we had the maximum in - neon VII was a maximum of around 20. Dropped off to maybe 15 going in and ... abruptly to below i0 going outward. And in UP and DOWN it took around two GRATING STEPs to get it below l0 in each direction. I did maximize the A*D and MPC however. In UP/DOWN it was a fairly diffuse macimum, which it would be if it was at the top of the - of the arch structure. In LEI_2/RIGHT it would go down below 10, the 1 step. Went down to around l0 in one step and going in took around two steps. UP and DOWN took approximately two steps in each direction. Throughout this location55 got three GRATINGAUTO SCANs, and I went all the way around again to 2796. In th MECH REF. And that - at that position then I started some GRATING or some - MIRROR AUTO RASTERs. I got one down around to line 20 and then one down to 13. And I might add that had planned to go much more extensively on this orbit. We had to knock off some RM with 18 minutes remaining or so. As we realized that Bill Pogue came up and said he had a maneuver to make and all - at 44, and all of a sudden there were 18 minutes when I Just set up, and off we go into CMG ATT HOLD and away from observations. So I didn't really get the extensive observations that I wanted to in the way of data anquiasition. 82B did get in a WAVELENGTH SHORT times 4 exposure. It was Just about

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parallel to the limb. 54, I was hoping to get in at least a 17minute exposure for them; I got in a 15-minute and about an ll-minute exposure for 56, SINGLE FRAME, 4. So we did get something at a - at a maximtun ; perhaps it was an arc structure. But without nearly continous daylight and a lot of time to really work it, it sure is tough to pin it down. I think I initially was led a little astray by the three marks in the XUV _DNITOR. 010 16 49 44 SPT But I don't think that was it totally and think we do have some type of arc structure there, but it's Just not as well defined as I hoped. Well, SPT again. I neglected to add that at the beginning of this orbit,the 18:10 orbit, we gave 52 some Sun-centered operations, a building block 32 with 56 getting a PATROL SHORT ; CONTINUOUS for i minute with a roll of minus 5h00. 010 16 53 33 SOT SPT out.

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This is the CDR on the air at about 17:05:15, the subject being S201 the first exposure was at 17:06 and that ... 36 with a ROTATION of 230.0, a TILT of 24.4. Okay. 30 seconds to go. MY first mark will be POWER switch ON, the second mark will be 1 second later on the START. Stand by, 8 seconds 17:06 Stand by. to go.

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Holy Mosses, I Just saw this thing; says change TILT to 32.h. And it doesn't even tell me how to get there. Oh, I beg your pardon. TILT, ROTATION. Thought I was in trouble. Okay, I'm taking the lock off the TILT. It's sitting at 2h.h. We're ccming up on 07. I thought I had a ROTATION change there and I panicked. Okay, it's 17:07:05 now; at 17:07:hl I'll make my TILT change. Okay, coming up on hl. Stand by. MARK It Just heard a hoopt (?) and I'm changing to 32.h on the TILT. And it's set. 32.4. And locked. The next one will be at 17:09:28 and that'll be the POWER switch OFF. That's one minute from now. Okay, the time is 17:0 - 17:09 now. Okay, on my mark it'll be 17:09:28 POWER switch will come OFF. and the Stand by.

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MARK. 17:28, the POWER's OFF. Okay, going to a ROTATION of 25h.7. This is in another - let's see. That is 0.9 turns clockwise. All right ... I'm setting it at 4.7. That's set. And locked. The TILT is 23.7. That's set and locked. 17:10:30 is our time of doing things and that's in l0 seconds. At 10:30 the POWER comes ON; at 31 it's START. Stand by. MARK. The POWER is ON.

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MARK. START. That was 17:10:31. I think 1 minute is pulling it calling it Just a tad tight on changing the ROTATION. If there was any problem with it I wouldn't have made your first exposure time. I think you ought to leave a little bit more than 1 minute. I think

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2 minutes probably is - is right. In this case it was not much of a crank to go, so it was okay; but if there are several turns of the crank to go, you probably ought to give a little extra time. Okay. 17:22 is our next effort. 010 17 ll _3 CDE Okay, this is the CDR. I'm going to go off the air for now. SPT at 17:13, ED 61 photos, mng CXll3, frames 38 through hS. And I'll try to give you a little briefing on what we see in each one of these ccmpartments. Okay, in compartment l, seed A has got a - a little curlicue root; maybe about half the length of the seed coming out. It looks to me like a multiple of the large - the large fingercc_ing- comingout,and then the root which is a rel relatively thinner curlicue structure coming out. I don't see anything in seed B - or C. Frame - compartment 2 of course does not have anything. Ccmpartment 3; 3, seed A is the only thing - well seed A and seed C both have a very small smount of Just budding at the very end of the seed, but they do not have - the budding was only maybe a quarter or so of the length of the total see. Nothing dynamic there. That's on seeds A and C; seed B is nothing - nothing happening. O10 17 15 59 SPT Okay, the real big performer here. is in compartment h, seed B, seed Bravo. Coming out of ther we have two roots. They come out of the side of the seed which is away from the light. One extends all the way up to seed A. That'll give you the dimension there. You know the separation of the. They were put

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in fairly - It's a white-colored root. Length to diameter maybe 20 to l, 15 to 1 perhaps. And another root, maybe half that length, half that dimension, coming out going toward the outside wall and toward C at about a h5 degree angle or 50. That's parallel to the back wall. I do not see anything in the way of leaf structure, however. SPT Compartment 5 has got seed Bravo, a small root coming out, maybe about one half the size of the seed curling out. It looks as though it's going to perform pretty well too. And that is pointed towards the outside wall. A and C have nothing; C is split. Compartment 6 has got another bit performer. Seed - seed Bravo, has got pretty much - like the seed in compartment 4, one long one which is Just aboutthe distance between the seeds and one about half that aize. THey're - they came out from the side away from the light and then turn and go parallel to the back wall. The shorter one reaches toward C, the - the longer one reaches out towards the outside wall at about a h9 degree angle between the outside wiall and the upper wall. And the end is curled, and it's white.

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Okay, this is the CDR back up on the air again. The - the subject is S201 operations. WE're coming up on 07 - correction, 17:22 Zulu; and at 17:22 and ll seconds I'm going to reset the START switch and POWER's going OFF at 17:22:12. All right. Stand by.

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CDR out. SPT atain on ED61. Csmpartment 7, we've got a very small bud coming out of seed A, Delta headed toward the the side wall. Maybe about 1/3 or so the dimension of the seed, and it's a curlicue root type. I have not seen any green structure whatsoever so far in any of the seeds. Okay, in some we've gotten a real big performance here. It's in the center seeds, seeds Bravo in compartment 4 and 6. It looks as though they all pretty much get uniform lighting, so it's surprising that it's always seed Bravo. I'll go ahead and I'm going to mount this thing again and take a look at it. And if I see anyting - any other clues as to why those two are the better performers, I'll get back with you. This is SPT out.

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This is PLT. The time is 17:25; recording rate gyro package temperature. X-ray 5, 96 degrees; X-ray 6, 92 degrees ; Yank - Yam.kee 5, 92 degrees, Aulu 5, 96 degrees; Zulu, 96 degrees.

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and SUS i is bout 1/3 to 1/2. It looks like each mark ahs down very isightly from the last measurement on - on SUS loop i. 010 17 h0 18 010 17 46 37 PLT SPT PLT out. SPT at 17:46; ATM. WE started the third one off with a building block 2. We centered the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPR by making the ring around the occulting disk symmetric. And that gave me an UP/DOWN of plus 8 ... time 1 in their scale, and a LEFT/RIGHT of plus 60 and time of about 6 minutes; 6 in the time scale. I got the outer DOOR to OVERRIDE, taking data. 56 is getting a PATROL NORMAL. And I just got the GRATING back to zero for 55, getting a MIRROR AUTO RASTER now. Well 54, I believe, wanted to be excluded, says what I copied from the CAP CON_4. SPT Okay, I'm thinking about what's going to be done on the subsequent part of this pass. I feel I ought to finish up what I started with the looking at the arches. I find that you have to go back to the thing at the same location and try to establish that peak. I then if I do have sufficient time I will try to get both a one spectral data on that location, and then also well in above Sun center so that we can get a background spectrum for 82B, and roll in such a way that will imporve the grating dispersion direction for 54. Try to get them a - at least a iT-minute exposure there. That would mean I would have to roll the Well, now I got to think about this.

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Oh, boy, the same question we always come up with: direction of dispersion and axis of dispersion, what do people really need? I'm looking at our cue card, for 5h long exposure film for this. Now, for example, on 82A, relative to our displays the direction of dispersion is vertical, the axis of dispersion is, in ... terms horizontal. I see dispersion by rotating the - I doubt if you wish for us to rotate about the horizontal axis. Now what we need over here in 5h? If that really id the direction of dispersion, from lowe left to upper right, then all I'd have to do is to roll so as to move the stability. Southwest active region up a little but, that is roll ot a more southerly latitude. Now, while I'm doing it that's what it is for the time being, until I get to operate it. I'iitry and ask a question or two on that before then.

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SPT again, ATM operatins. I've got th 82B slit parallel - exactly parallel to the limb. I've moved out to a position of minus 10hS. EXPERIMENT ROLL is minus 1688. That appears to optimize 0PS Ddetector 6 at around 120. Where . .. were present off the limb I see some evidence of a remnant of a surge at the limb inclined towards the north. I'll keep an eye on it to see whether it actually is changing with immediately below our position towards the limb. Okay, as I step the GRATING now, and I step the MIRROR off my position, I step up one, drops down to a cound to around 80 from 100 and oh, about 120 or so. Now I step excuse me - excuse me - let me - let me go back. WE're 933. I now step down one, and our count goes down

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to around 60 or so, 50 or 60. Okay, if I step up back to 933, we're at 120. I step up one more, an we're at a reading around 90 - or 80. And we do have a maximt_m there_ another step takes me to around 50. So we've got a maximum in UP/DOWN; in otehr words, we've got atangent to the limb. And now as we go LEFt/ RIGHT we're lookin at - a LE_ moving me out one a way - away from the limb, and that drops down to around 50 or 60. Go back to 933 and I'v got a count of 120 again. And back one more to the right, which moves me toward the libra, and I'm down to 80 or 90. Another one moves me down to 935, which gives me a count of 30 or _0. So, no doubt, we do have a maximum there in the XUV MONITOR as I look at that. It's in the region, a plage coming aroung the corner, although most of the plage isnorth of this. 010 18 03 49 SPT But it very definityely is a maximum, and there is an H-ALPHA manifestation right below it. So I think I'll go ahead and start the observation here by giving some 55 GRATING information. Here we are; I'm going to MECHANICAL REF; we've got that rolling. XUV SLIT, we got these fellows going in, again, times 4 SHORT. And I do still plan to roll about the Sun center. Okayg they're going. Again, this is around 55 arc seconds off the limb with au oxygen VI count of 120 or so. We'll get 54 going right now. We got them going first, but we timed it. I'll take the longest here. Okay, on my mark. My set GRATING is SPT GRATING is OUT.

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Okay, START. They're going. That was at 3130 REMAINING 54, let's get them going in a - try to get them some termperature information as well• See if I can't squeeze in two SINGLE FRAMEs. Let's see, we got 17 minutes, 16 minutes until I •.. 4 and 5. Long, start on frame 40, and POWER OFF. And I'll start our little timer here. Okya, now keeping an eye on what we've seen in H-ALPHA, we see something in_nediately below this and let me get out a scale, and I'll try to give you a little better picture here• We're about an are minute off the limb/ this extends maybe 20 arc seconds off the limb. In height and in length it's around 40 arc seconds long, and it's inclined toward the north. We're at the - the foot of it here and about40 arc seconds southof it south where we are, and it Just looks like a ramp. The way pretty much most of the bottom filled in except up there at the very top of the ramp as you move on down towards the Sun the intensity drops off a little bit. Maybe it's my imagination, but in intensity, if anything, it's growing a little bit smaller. These things do happen very slowly, so I'll have to _ust keep an eye on it.

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Then on the following orbit what I would plan to do it go over and take a look active region. I take a look at active region 16 earlier today. Oxygen VI count was only up to around 6000 or so. Then ... how to point in H-ALPHA Counter for the plage was down around 3000. So that appeared to be an active region visible on the disk. It had the - the most going for it in the way of intensity and complexiyt. While we plan to do subsequent orbits now, let's first take a look at the limb here. See where there's any activity in H-ALPHA manifested. WEll, that was a suprise. Let me explain what I Just did. I had 55 going, GRATING 3 SCAN, and I know it only made one full curcuit and yet it stopped. I had planned to let it og through the second one - or through the first one, then put it back to REF so I would get two out of it. What I'll do now is go on to REF and be starting.

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Lots of good weather today, Ed. Okay, I'ii - I'll continue on with what I would do the following orbit. Put sc_e ... Let's come over and look at these two regions which - two areas which have some hope of reasonable time rates of change. That is first of all, active region 16 and also the H-alpha above active region 17. If I do not see any appreciable change or anything worth investing further time in ther now. Skylab, Houston. WE're A0S stateside for about ll minutes, and I'll give you guys a call when we have data fr_n - from up in St. Louis so we can give some help up at panel 200.

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And - That ' 5 minutes away. s Then I would go ahead and pick up the ... which we got through - Also, Jerry, I have a question here on the flight planning. We've got a little idea that - We have two of those - - - Help us from time to time. N_ely the first time it could help us is in getting somebody at - possibly getting somebody a straight instead of ... - We ahve tow of those orbits coming up. And I'll go ahead and try and get those in. I felt that it generated a littlebit of interest over the this loop structure, which I think I've been saying last night is really an arch. I had to investigate it while it was still on the limb. So I'll finish this up and then working on either the active region or the limb again. And have a sort of alternative. SPT out• Okay, SPT again. We're Just finishing up the sequence of. Sure is a lot of snow down there. Finishing up a sequence of observation at the maximum we found in oxygen VI. Now the one problem I do have here is the time again. It's always getting to me. ESS is at 253 and that's in 3 minutes.

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Okay, that was another call. I'm working panel 200. at the same time. 3 minutes remaining says that I got to conclude 82B. So what I'm going to have to do is to knock off some of these observations. I've only got 17 minutes and 50 seconds remaining here. I'm going to have to roll above Sun center. Oh, okya, let me see what ... Make that at 17:30. 30. Okay, CAMERA POWERON for 56, 4-minute exposure there. Doing it and recording it takes half the time. Okay, let's take a look here. Let'sJustroll. Get this one going. Okay, now that I got back to 933 and look at my oxygen VI count I find I'm down to a - Skylab, Houston. Sure appreciate your help on the panel 200 breakers, and we'er ssatisfied with the data we got now. You can close them both and - and go back to what you were doing. Okay, Dick. The tlmeline was Just blow.

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Bill, can you get it open? Okay, SPT again. In looking at the oxygen VI count, it's down around h0 or 50, even as I step around, so apparently what I saw was more of a transient nature than a permanent feature.

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Okay, I guessed wrong. By that I mean I should have been looking at something with a high time resolution rather than structural. CDR Roger, Dick. Right a camera orgy. Roger. It's the neatest thing we've had in weeks. Hey, good. Okay, for some reasont the XUV is not cut off. So the only thing I can conclude is that the thing was started not on the aux panel but on the ATM Control and Display. Just think how happy all those Minnesota peopleare goingto be coming to the Super Bowl down here at this time of year. Okay, it stopped. So we've got a long - one LONG exposure for 82B. Do you think they'll go away happy? Who knows? 17-minut e exposure. Okay, SPT again at 17:25. Okay, what it looked like - I really had a transient going. That is what appeared to be a remnant of a surge, apparently was something which was blowing off. And when I came back to - to look at oxygen VI, I found my count down there around 40 or 50 rather than what we were up previously. So that 82B was really looking at a transient. Rolling about to get quiet background now we're having

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with ... tool much help. They've really got a long exposure of around 17 minutes ; make that 18 minutes. 54 got cut a little bit short as I had planned to roll, but Just got - I turned them off as well as 56. I then got waylaid with the work on panel 200. I was requested to do and also trying to figure out what we were really looking at. So they got a [sic] exposure. As best I gigure, it was more closer to 14 minutes instead of 8. 56 got one SINGLE FRAME on 4, which was more like 4-1/2, 5 minutes. 55 got two GRATING AUTO scans and two MIRROR AUTO RASTERS, MIRROR AUTO RASTERS down to around line 40. And - and some - some additional data, which I'll talk about now. Okay, right now I am rolled so that the horizontal .slit is tangent to the limb and I'm trying to get some consecutive MIRROR AUTO RASTERS at a GRATING POSITION of 104, MECHANICAL REFERENCE. And getting a series of these. So far we've got in two 56's receiving a SINGLE FRAME 5, I hope for about 8 minutes. Well, even thoughwe've got something kind of interesting there, unfortunately it was changing with time and some spectral information was not really the thing we wanted on it first and foremost. 010 18 28 41 SPT I think you probably got some useful some interesting data, but not not the optimum for the conditions. Chansing those loops is - loops or or arches is a very elusive and time consuming thing, and I think as long as we've got some other activity on the disk, I'll stay away from it for a little while. Okay, so that's the way the - the orbit went. It was trying to get some time resolution data on what appeared to be a little bit of a surge above the limb.

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SPT out. This is PLT reporting on handheld photographs. This is on the ES pass that started about 18:10, ended about 18:30. I took frames 132 through 1_8 on Hasselblad CX - Charlie X-ray 151. And I started at about Phoenix; I think I took one of the Imperial valley, two of Phoenix, stereo pair, one of the Grand Canyon, one of the Alberquerque-Santa Fe northwest storm areas. One - the - the - stereo pairs at Colorado Springs-Denver, one panarama of the Central U.S. Central Plains U.S. snow cover. I took one frame further on up north in ... US area, One frame of Hudson Bay, which ... to the south, one frame of a lake circulation pattern with a large crater-structured area also •.. in, and one or two frames of the Gulf - two frames of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. One of them fairly early going up the coast, showing all the eddies off coast. That is the the surface circulation or flow patterns off the coast, which sort of looks like there's an offshore wind, and then one a little bit closer to Gulf of St. Lawrence. PLT oh also, let me give you the frame count IR. And I'n not certain of this, but I think I took h stereo pairs, IR, of snow cover as we went across, and those were correlated with the stereo pairs that I took with the Hasselblad. The first two pairs were going - are going to be out of focus. Unfortunately I had the thing centered at about 15 feet.

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Okay it's the PLT. The time is 18:41. I shall endeavor to get the last comb filter combination on Aldebaran to the Moon. And that will be with filter 2.6. And I'll do a quick null bias. Okay, pick up belt here. Temperature is 70, Diopter minus 1.6, I'm setting it there. And as usual, the comm cablyis right in the way. The comm equipment's something else. Dang. More trouble than it's worth. No filter's Sirius. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. helps. MARK. 00039 00039. 00040. 00040. Boy, this belt really Stand by = 00040. get - No, make it 40, 00040.

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MARK. 00040. Okay, now we shall Aldebran and the MOon.

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out the Astrodome window or whatever it is that you're using. Okay, gonna put in both filters - make sure they're in and not ... Okay, that's 2.6. We call that the enutral PLT 010 18 49 35 PLT PLT density.

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enough travel here for Aldebaran. And it would have been nice to have an angle reference on that because looks like the marks I gave you earlier today may have been wrong. May have been on the wrong star. PLT O10 18 53 45 CC ..° take another look at Aldebaran. for

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There we go, now I got the - Not quitethere, can'tquiteget it. Not enough travel on the inside. Let's see - yeah, there's 71.6. Okay, it was Elnath I was using. Aldebaran won't quite hack it. And I'm incorrectly identified that star, it's the one about halfwaybetween the - one of Genini stars and Aldebaran. It's a fairly bright star. I hope it's not a planet. It is in the ecliptic plane. And it may be a planet, cause I just - I didn't think it was a bright star there. So that was the star - that was the body I was using this morning in making the marks. NOw let me give another Moon/Moon. Let's see what I needed on that. Get my trusty flashlight out. I noted that the update there was for mission day 55 - to 55, which was yesterday. So that's ... Okay, Moon/Moon. I need a 1.6 and a 1.3. Okay we'll go ahead and salvage a little bit out of this anyway.

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Skylab, Houston, we have ahd a good bit of conversation today about photog - out-the-window photography with our film. There's one other reminder that - that our photo folks wanted me to pass on to you and that is, when you take - our film and pick out exterior photography using it, you ought to use, rather than that infinity focus setting, you ought to use the little setting that's with a red R. WE're not sure whether the R is red on the ring, or whether there's a little red line next to it with an R ext to it. But at any rate, that one should be used rathe than an infinity for exterior focusing. Roger; thank you, Dick. Okay. And we're about a minute and a half from Tananarlve LOS. Next station is Honeysuckle 19:18. at And that's going to start the science conferences for today. I thought I'd run down - down them real quick. Honeysucke and Hawaii be Bob MacQueen t_Iking about the ATM. Then Goldstone is - we're going to have a guest, Skylab SL-2 guy here. Joe Kerwin is going to talk to you on the reed conference And then following that, the next two passes, Bermuda and Canary Islands, Bill Lenolr is going to talk to you. Those two, and also Joe Ellen had a couple of inputs on the science demos and not sure Joe's going to get a word in there or not.

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Okay, let's go ahead and do another one here while we have the time. Okay, stand by - Oop! I put my belt over the loop. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 99484. 99487 - 488. 99489. 99489. 99484. 99484. 99485. 99489.

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MARK. 99495. Okay, I think I was shot on that last one. Well, let's see here now. WE had some stars that you wanted. See if I can get some more of that in before night pass is through and I'm all set up for the null bias. The temperature is now reading 76 degrees. Okay, star ll and 12 I got. Star 12 and 16 I got. T002-1, star 7, ll, 12, 13, 16. And I've got to dind a pair here I haven't gotten. Okay, let's see ... Capella, see what I can get on Capella here. Oh, Capella's getting ready to set. 16 is Procyon; 7, Menkar. Cant's see Menkar; it's not in the field of view. Let's see, I've done Rigel, Procyon; I've done - have I done Aldebaran and Procyon. Let's go ahead and do that. Okay we'll do Aldebrana and Procyon, or Procyon, whatever you want to call it. And that looks to be about 35 degrees or 40 degrees. Oh, let's call it h5 degree, looks like it's closer to that. Okay, my belt's in position here. Filter's out. Okay, now there's Procyon. 59 degrees, hum.

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to do it. And Aldebaran's just about ready to set. Okay, so we got one Moon/Moon out of the way. PLT out. Oh, let's see here temperature is now O_ 76 degrees, and that ought to do it. 010 19 15 5_ PLT PIG out.

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010 20 21 40 SPT SPT at 20:21, ATM ops of the orbit which I've Just completed. Began around 19:15 or so. Okay, I could - and Earth orbit, did the no-EREP alternate, the one beginning at 20:51. And I gave 55 the the maxi-raster. I was a little unclear as to the positioning you really wanted because it was - the coordinates given were not above active region 17; they were a little farther north of it. So I started out at the lower 2, that's your number 2 and B. And then waiting for word from ground, I did not receive it in time; so I went up and did 4 and 2 and then came on down and did a few others. So I'll - I'll give you the information now of ... was carried out in detail. First pointing was - I'll Just give you the pointings, the UP/DOWN and LEI_f-RIGHT, in that order. First one was minus 120 and minus llB0. Pointing 2, minus 0120, minus 860. Pointing 3, plus 150 and minus 860. Pointing h, plus 150 and minus 01130. Pointing 5, minus 390 and minus ll30. Pointing 6, minus 390 and minus 860. We essentially got a 2 by 3. I had intended to go on out to minus 120 and minus lh00, which I actually did get to from pointing :aumber 7. But of course, the counts out there are so darn low and I was only able to finish half a raster, that I don't think they got too much out there. You might have gotten some - some information, however. I think you certainly need, say 3 MIRROR, AUTO RASTER at least out there in order to get something you can work with. 010 20 23 5h SPT SPT out.

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And I got two plans in mind. First, of course, is to -before I think about any one of the other - the two plan, is to get the Sun center work done, building block 32. The ... plans are - one is to go look at the region above active region 17 and see if I can see any significant changes from when I looked at it Just at the end of last orbit. If there are changes, then I plan to try to get some time resolution data on it. If they're not appreciable changes, then I'll pick up one of the ... EREP alternate plans. I Just got one this past orbit and I may pick up another one this one; we'll see. Okay, we're now at the Sun center. And 52's DOOR is OPEN, are now minus 5400. And as soon as I tweak in there, we w_ill be. Okay, that's GRATING, I04. Might open up 82A/B and XUV MON DOOR. Turn on the WLC CONTINUOUS MODE. And I'll set up 1 minute on this timer. It's too easily to get - I found that if I don't use it, I get easily distraced. I can let me run it out a minute 20.

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TV OFF; back to STANDARD; DOOR, CLOSED; going over to the limb. [take all - first of all I look at active region 16. Now when I looked at it earlier today, we had the northwest plage still there and intensities now are only around 1000 or 2000 in oxygen VI. Does not look very hot at all. Also when

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I turn down the HOAlpha intensity, it does not appear very hot; no bright points at all, Just a plage which runs north-south has the brightest. That's on the east side of the sunspot. The sunspot is self appears to be slightly eroded on the southern - south - south side. 1300 max, oxygen VI, not too much. Now let me cut off some of the lights in here so I can get a better look at HOALPHA 1. The region on the limb. Thought I had to bring the light intensity down, CONTRAST down and BRIGH'I'_S up on the scope in order to keep the features off the limb. Yeah, there is the region of which I've spoke before as surge, on previous orbit. I Just go _,,,ediately above it, see I can find anything like that 200 we were looking at before. Now most of the count is about an arc minute off or so now. MOstof the count is 50, 60, 70. However, it has certainly changed shape on it. Before, it looked as though something I always reminds me of pulling out taffy. Where all you get to see is the bottom half and the picture of the top half is Just stretched out and disappeared. What I'm doing now is about an arc minute off. I'm Just rolling slowly about Sun center, watching oxygen VI. However, H-alpha certainly has changed. Counts here are 20, 30, 40. 010 20 5_ 2_ SPT Okay, I got a count of around 120, a little north of that. Let me take a look at H-ALPHA 2. Okay, it was a little far south there. Skylab, Houston. for 8 minutes. we're AOS Honeysuckle

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It may well be the active region. ()kay, now I think I got a better location. I will SPT ()kay, I got the idea. I think what I'll Just do is roll horizontal sllt IIORIZONTAL CROSHAIR tangent to the "Limb. ()kay, 30 arc seconds above the limb. I'm getting counts of a lO0. 60, and still counts of a i00.

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prominence, at least that's the way NOAA has Just reported it. I back off and looked at that and it changed form from what I had seen originally, and I thought that it was pretty much on the edge of the field of view of 55. It - it isn't at all, I guess it was probably Just about on the edge. So rather than Just take the center of the XUV brightening and also what amounted to be a fairly hot spot, I elected to try include this in also, so I stopped the scan and rolled slightly to place the MODE about Stm center and place the MIRROR, AUTO RASTER slightly south and now we will continue on picking up data there. I realize that you do like to get time data all at one location; that makes it much easier to follow. 010 21 26 15 SPT However, this is - the thing is, we're excluding what I thought was a - a fairly interesting phenomena from your field of view and not a ... in there. And that's what we are doing right now. We've got up to 6 at this location. And we also have 56 getting a SIN(_.E FRAME, LONG. Skylab, HOuston, we're AOS at Goldstone. We have you for 6 minutes. And, Ed, ...... description of the - the prominence coming up off the vertical . .. Okay, Crip, as I saw it - -

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Now this is the CDR at 23:02 confessing my complicity in the great photo orgy of day i0. My first entry onto the scene was at 18:14 with the Nikon 300 and this _Ls an ascending pass from Northern Baha California up through the Gulf of St. Lawrence. And I took a few 300s. At 18:14 we came up on the northern coast of Baha, California, which is the area HHIII, and for Lee Silvers I got 4, 300-millimeter Nikon pictures from - it's on Charlie X-ray 39. Today's frames are ii through 8. Now frames ii and i0 are photographs of the two volcanic areas which make up area number 4 that you're interested in, Lee. The first one was up around San Quintin 8rid the second one was down south of it. _ld one of the questions you asked is to compare the two volcanic areas. Well, I've compared them now photo-

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5.6 and i/i000. Okay, at 18:16 we came over Pheonix, Arizona, and that's HHIO1-8 and I took frame number 7 there at the same settings - 5.6, 1/1000. Then at 18:21 we came up to Lake Superior and the area which is HH155-6 is clear so I've got a photograph of that, and that's • frame number 6, and my photo mainly shows the - the formation of ice on the northern shore of Lake Superior. O10 23 05 20 CDR At 18:22 I got a whack at Lake Huron and ice formation there, and that's frame nl_mber 5. Again, all these frames are 5.6, 1/1000. And then at 18:25 and 26, we came upon the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and I took 3 photographs right in the area of HH45 and you may be able to get some stereo out of that, in at least of the overlap areas, and ice is very definately forming south of the island there in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and we're getting some good picturesof that. Bill has got some good Hasselblad stuff _hich I'm sure he's already reported. Okay, then on the next rev was - again by this time I got the Hasselblad; I wrestled it away from Bill - and at 19:52 I took 2 pictures from the norhtern ead of the San Joaquin - Sacramento Valley I beg your pardon - looking north along the North Sea area - and the Cascades and I saw 2 very large mountains up to the north, all snow-capped and everything. And I'm ass_m_og those are Mount Ranier and Mount Adams, and a nice round lake south of them which I ass_me to be Crater Lake. That's down around Bend, Oregon. And I'm pretty sure that's what those are. Those are frames 148 and 149 of the Hasselblad. And they were taken at F/ll, 1/250. And then at 19:54 Just out of the side of the window I was astounded to see that the Salt Lake is red and green. You know that railroad Causeway that goes across the Lake and essentially

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cuts it in two. The northern half of the lake - the northwestern half of the lake - is very bright red - or I should say magenta. A very definite red. And this other part of the lake - the southeastern part of the lake is a very strong green. 010 23 07 28 CDR This picture, frame number 150, taken at F/ll, 1/250. Then at 20:00:07 I got another picture of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The same area that I took the Nikon picures in and this is frame number 151 and a setting of 8 plus. That's between 8 and ll at 1/250. 010 23 07 48 CDR CDR out.

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Say,

Crip,

there

was a suggestion

made

previously the fault

directing that it's

...... no EREP ... on the ATM. I see

one way in your suggestion this evening that we take building blocks IA and IB, complete the countdown. Another . .. way would be to ... time exposures in there, bringing your ..., and in mind if anyone logged that, worked that ther'd be no ... on both... 2353. CC SPT CC Just Okay. Also . .. trying to ...... correct the of ... put that in the ...

82B operations which are ... holdout no EREP out of ... between 56. All supposed CC SPT 010 23 21 42 SPT .... I'llbe darn• SPT at 23:20. began at about Ed, I'm ... Go ahead kce you I ... ...... ...... it on in mud time just a second. We ATM ops. 22:20. Pass which to be getting at 63, ...

readings.

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT

Yeah.

I'll try • .. have

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I'll go - I'll all this stuff ... Save Right some now,

go ... downstairs. off here ....

Get

PLT CDR SPT

of these I guess

portions nobody

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010 2B 25 18 SPT Okay, SPT again at 23:25. I got thrown out of the MDA so they could use it for 23B observation of the comet, turned out the lights on me, and we did the orbit as specified. At their conclusion I took the suggestion to them by ground which is a good one, to go to 2B, 24, 34, I believe, I don't recall the exact number of the position on the gratings, but, I get silicone XII and • .. 7. And I lifted the limb again. This time I did a maxi-raster, a sequence for three rasters, which covers that portion of the limb, which we had. I did them down to line 50. I started out with the horizontal crosshairs, that is around line l0 about 5 arc seconds above the limb. And the specific coordinates of tlhese rasters are first, a ROLL of minus 639, an UP/DOWN of plus 1016. And for • tlhe first one the LEgT/RIGHT was plus 36, tlhe second one was a LEFT/RIGHT of minus234,and the thirdone was a LEFt/RIGHT of plus 206. 56 received several PATROL SHORTs in there, something essential like building block 10, and also single frame 4, only _ minutes however. 010 23 27 ll 010 23 32 00 SFT CDR SPT out. This is the CDR at 23:32 Zulu. Subject is $233. Comet photography. I Just finished the frames for today. I started the frames at 24, at 23:24. I figured the Sun had set pretty well; it was about about 2-1/2 minutes to 3 minutes after sunset. Took the first frame 60 seconds at 15, the second frame was 120 seconds at infinity and the third was again 60 seconds at 15. The time between frames was about 20 seconds on the average for changing. We're looking on the same counter now at number 10. So those frames that I took were number 7, 8, and 9. And the window number 3 now is a good window with a clear structure and looks like we're getting some pretty good

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pictures that were properly pointed. It's d_fficult to tell when you're properly pointed and l'm pretty sure, though, the field of view of the camera is big enough to where we don't have any great problem with that. OlO 23 33 lh CDR CDR out.

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SPT at 00:3

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Conclusion

of the

RASTER DACs which began at 23:15 on ATM. I was cut short by the Z-LV maneuver. I had hoped to work in the Z-LV EREP alternate. However, I realized that the maneuver's going to be ms_ke at that time so again I went out, looked at the limb, figured I might as well get that good coverage today. At 23:34 the gratings gave a couple GRATING AUTO SCANs at the most - head part of the emission. The PATROL SHORTs for 56 and also building block 32 was done for 52 at the very beginning. And there really wasn't a heek of a lot of any time for anything else. Tomorrow we begin working in how the rest ... a little bit more. 008 00 29 03 SPT SPT out.

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PLT reporting on ERE mag load, 0109, 2290, 9833, 9195, 0966, 9884. I'd Like to report a peculiarity. When I down loaded the mags yesterdsy from the EREP pass, the reading was - on magazine m_her 6 was 9883, and today when I put it in it was 9884. Also, when I did the film advance, the mlmher 6 camera advanced 5 counts to 9889. All the rest of them kept their - the same frame count over night, and advanced the proper number of counts during the the film advance. PLT, the time is 03:35; that's 01:03:35. DELTA 6 is reading 48 - 48 to 49 percent. PLT out. PLT. Time is 13:28 [sic]. Subject is thermal ali_.ment. I had to adjust the focus slightly. The value was approximately 38 percent. I got a _T_m,_ reading of about 41 percent at 0.5 - X equals 546 and Z equals 492, and the - it's difficult to tell exactly how much I moved the focus. I Just I was moving it vet, very slowly. And :Ln the m=n_er indicated on the intial therm-1 all_,,,_nt on activation.

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PLT out. Okay coming xlp to T minus i0. Alfa 2 reading 60; Alfa 3 reading 87, Alfa 4 reading 701 Alfa 5 67; A1fa 6 reading f_111 scale low; Alfa - - Bravo 2 is reading 56; Bravo reading 75 ; Bravo 4 reading 70; Bravo 5 is reading 75; Bravo 6 is reading 50; Bravo 7 is reading full scale low. Charlie 2 reading 4h; Charlle 3 is reading 88; Charlie 4 is reading 51 - no excuse me, 71, 71; Charlie 5 is reading 85;

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(_arlie 6 is reading _6; Charlie 7 no, that is reading full scsle low. DElta 2 is reading B6; Delta 3 is reading 84; Delta 4 is reading 72; Delta 5 is reading 14; Delta 6 is reading 57; and Delta 7 reading full scale low. PLT ()kay, and, let see, ALIGNMENT switch, I verified it OFF after I - Just before I replaced the cover, I made certain that. Cover's back on. 0k_V, T of

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011 01 43 32 PLT Okay, at T minus 5, 192 MODE, READY; DOOR, ()PEN. Standing by. There we go. Okay, got a READY light on 192. MODE going to CHECK. s190 HEAT_h_ _TCH OFF light off. And I pushed to test both bulbs; they're all right. And standing by for T minus V. Okay, at 01:46 90, ON; READY, out. *** ere OPEN. 93, HAD, STANDBY. (Alarm) Good. And a little diversion there. Okay, we're standing by for

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011 Ol 48 50 PLT 0k_y, EC, we're coming up about i minute before we go ETC AO_0. Ed, are you reading me Just to make sure I got these buttons here tied together in the right configuration? Okay, _9:35. MARK. thank you. STand by 190 MODE, Okay, AUTO. Waiting for waiting for

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)43 for EREP START.
011 01 49 43 PLT MARK. 43 EREP START. Waiting for 49:50 for ETC AUTO. Stand by for a -_k. MARK. ETC not have a looking at fingers to 30 seconds AUTO. And we - of course, we TAPE MOTION light. I keep that thing and biting my keep them from reaching out. to ETC _NI_Y. do

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Okay, and I'm going to ETC STANDBY. 190 MODE to STANDBY; FRAME to 33; and EREP to STOP. morn will be for 58 minutes. STanding by for 58 minutes even, for the TAPE RECORDER POWER, ON. Yes, this is sort of an unusual pass here. EREP

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And if you're wondering, I did get the preoperation configuration pad. We were not - something was wrong here something distracted me and I - oh, yeah, I guess it was the master alarm. So I didn't voice record it, hut I did do the preoperation configuration: TAPE RECORDER, OFF; I_-_Y, out; 92, ON; READY out; CH_CK; DOOR, OPEN; 91, OFF; no - no 91; 90, ON; I_EADY out; ST3tNI_Y; door open; that's were I got the POWER 0N; 93 RAD, STANDBY; READY out; SCAT, OFF; READY out; ALTI_-I_, OFF; READY out; 94, 0N; READY on. So we got that all right, but I don't think I put that on tape, because of a master alarm problem we had. And we're waiting for 01:58 Jer. even.

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PLT PLT CDR

.C3eeinganything

there,

Yes, I've got - I'm looking at Talwan, but it's all covered with clouds. Just a look at the southern tip of it. coming up.

CDR CDR

Let's see, we got the _ That would mean 0kinawa. _Ew of those Ys lwo J_ kind of islands. group?

CDR PLT CDR

in that

No, Iwo Jima is one of the volcano islands. And the volcano islands are out here, by the Bonin.

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PLT 011 01 57 ii PLT PLT CDR 011 01 58 01 PLT

0h, Yes. 0k_v, 0k_, Let's waiting stand by see, 58 for 58 minutes. for 58 minutes.

MA/_. TAPE RECORDER POWER, ON; ].90 MODE, AUTO; and RADIOM_'r.:_ is going ON. I guess you were then. 59:53, doing the l_ukyus

CDR

PLT PLT

I'm going to get EREP

START. I

I don't understand why I did that. haven't had that EREP START until 59:53. Oh, well. none of these start - hit EREP START. ill you

PLT

Cause start

PLT _ CDR

Oh, well, we'll do it Just like it 13aid. 59:53 is my next ,,-_'k. Son of a gun, here. Got cloud can't guite get Sakurazima

CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

cover

on it.

Stand by for 59 :53. Hey, And, I can see Sskuraz_. Ed, about 15 seconds I've got it. for ETC AUTO. I'm

Oh, my kingdom ... it.

for some film!

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... EREP start, and ETC AUTO on the even minute, Ed. 194 MODE going to MANUAL. MARK.

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Ed, you got to get a shot of that volcano in Southern Japan. I 'm looking it. right down the crater of

SPT

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Okay, standing to READY. Okay, I guess

by

for 01:30.

192 MODE

CDR PLT 011 02 00 35 CDR

I got to - -

Using tape. Sakurazima is not doing not as much as before. coming out of her. her throat. much Sc_e smokign steam right today,

Looking

down

PLT

S"nat's great. Well, pictures anyws_v. Okay, so much

Ed's

getting

some

CDR PLT

for the island

of Kyushu.

We're not taking 190 pictures, I don't ! don't quite understand. Oh, yes, we are now, of course. Yes, yes, yes, sure. I guess that's vhy they waited. Just waited until we got over land mass. C •3tnading by for 01:30 and 01:40. ETC goes frames per minute to I0.0. ()Kay, the special number 3 starts 02:53. I've got time to take Stand by MARK. 192 MODE, READY. And, Ed, about 5 seconds ETC frame per minute to I0. And in about 20 seconds you go back or you go to 4.8. ()kay, stand by on _ minutes even. Frame Stand by MARK. 4.8 frames by for 02:28. mark, Ed; be 2 per minute 4.8. at

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PLT CDR PLT 011 02 02 30 PLT

8b taste Yes,

the Sukiyaki. Osake by. Beer. [?]

indeed. Stand

02: 28.

MARK. Oksy, 192 MODE to c_.CK. Waitin for 240 which is cmoing up in about 5 seconds. On my _._k ETC set, ETC STANDBY. STand by MARK. ETC to STANDBY. 353 is my next _k. Okay, and at

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'l_nat'sa beautiful old volcano. Okay, l'm at zero .... to min_ zoom. 13p over - we're right off of Japan. Okay, my trouble is that it's going to be very difficult to see this current. We're Just going off the - the northern coast Just above Tokyo. Starting to look at the water. I've got the gimbal ,11 the way to the right. Now, I see - I see blooming along the short of Japan, Just north of Tokyo. There's a lot of blooming and I can see a lot of chlorophyll. The wind must be from the southeast or from the east ... - i

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I could tell by the cloud streets out to sea that the wind if offshore. And we can see a lot of chlorophyll along the coast. blowing

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416 .... MARK.

MODE to MANUAL. 194 MQDE, MANUAL.

Clouds at sea keeps us frc_ seeing much of a current. Much in the way of blooming at sea. An_ l've got _ ankle Ja_d _11 the way to the right to try to see as far out to sea as I ... Standing by for 05 :05.

PLT CDR

C,oud cover is scattered to broken and l it's getting - moving towards overcast now. YOu can see the green coloration of plankton bloc_ring up close to the beach. But I haven't as yet seen an - All right ... hanging in there.

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Stand by for 05 :05. MARK. 192 MODE to STANDBY. Waiting for 05:20. BEADY out on 190. Okay, I'm af_iad cloud cover's going keep us from _=_ing any king of a a observation on current. Okay, 190 READY LIGHT is out. to STANIBY. to

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STand by. 05:36, RADI_'I'_ STand by MARK. _EP, STOP now. Okay,

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that's

it.

Yesh, through this - through this it's difficult to even see that. You did see shades of light and dark blue in some of the holes_ huh?

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50 miles

or so offshore.

()kay, I don't know if you could hear that on the tape _ecorder. I don't know if _D was getting on to it. But he was saying that he coula see the line off the coast of Japan that wa s _v_ry. - rather straight

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line, rather clear line of demarcation between darker water inland - in toward the land and lighter water out - out from the land. PLT CDR Oksy, Bravo 7 is reading zero.

0ks_, l'm looking at the Kuril Islands now. I have one long, slender one completely covered with snow. If it didn't have clouds over the top of it, I would say it was a cloud. Okay, so I guess what that says then is that the - the different shades of blue - the shadings of blue Just - you can't hardly [sic] see them in the _TS. But, I really did see plankton along the beach. You could see the green of the plankton in the blue of the water and that was discernible. So that tells me that we'll probably be able to see the F_I_I and Current next chance we get because we know it's a very brilliant green. I re I have observed this green pl_n_ton off the coast of Japan on another -

PLT CDR

I_0R CLOSE

LIGHT,

on. as that we

- and it's no where near as green the - the rather iridescent green see in the Falkland Current.

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Okay, Jer, when you can I want you to notice these.., move when you - When you latch the 191 ...

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This is the CDI_ at 02:14 Zulu with the post EREP S190 frame count. Number I is i015_; number 2, 2335; D1--ber 3, 9878; nmnber 4, 9240_ n1-,_,_r5, i011; :lumber 6, 9937. (_DR out.

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This is the PLT. Time is 9 - 13:33. Just finished the $253 observations, photographs of the comet. The comet is very faint, but the - the length of the tail is shortened very little if any, from our estimate, say, 5 to 6 degrees in length, using the - the field of view of the bionculars as a rough gage. I noticed that it is still fills, ohm, a good 2/3 of the field across in the binoculars.

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And the - the tail becomes fainter and fainter, of course; finally loose sight of it. And the - however, by sweeping the eye back and forth, you can pretty well make it out, at least as far as the impurity of the eye is concerned. So l'd still estimate the -the length a minimum of 5 degrees and perhaps 6, and it sort of depends on the individual eyeball looking. The coma is still is very faint now as far as the visual magnitude concerned, Just after sunset. Had difficulty seeing it; had to get dark dark adapted before I could actually pick it up visually. So the magnitude or brightness is waining. I don't think it's due to distance, but, anyway, the length still remains about the
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This is the CDR at 14:50 Zulu, with a debriefing on the 13:56 ATM pass. The JOP 6 building block IA/B went without any great problems. Whistled right through that, got the data that was required. And the TV downlink, managed to get quite a bit of XUV MON on it. And right at the tail end of it we finished up the CONTINUOUS MODE of' WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH, and I threw sc_e of that on. The r_nainder of the stuff there was no big problem; everything went as planned. Right near the end of it I was notified by the ground that it looked like a surge or something had lifted - that there was something going on over about 250. And so as soon as I finished the TV downlink work, that WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH, I closed that up and whistled over and took a look at the area around 250 and, s11re enough, there were two small surges. One had completely listed off and was above the limb and the other one was on the limb and narrowing at the neck, necking down at its connection at the limb. So I did a building block number 3, _.Lth the SLIT parallel to the limb, on the first one that had s_Lready listed off. And it nowhere near filled the SLIT. So tthe center of the SLIT's got that on it, and then the ends of the SLIT are quiet.

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And - and then I whis - went down to the other one, which was about, oh, about 150 arc minutes on south along the limb from the first one. And it had also necked down considerably since the last time l'd looked at it. So I did

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a building block - or a shopping list 3 on that as well,and during shopping list 3 it actually did list off. That is, the - the necking down; it finally separated from the limb and was sort of a little wedge or a triangle above the limb. I imagine there's probably a lot of connection there that we Just couldn't see, but from - you know Just the displays I had, we - I did see it necked down to the point to where it was no longer connected to the limb. Again, that was awfully small, too, and it came nowhere near close to filling the SLIT. And you got quiet background, I think, above and below that thing. We were rolled again parallel to the - to the limb. 011 14 52 56 CDR Then as soon as I finished those two things - I had about 9 minutes left, so I whipped over and got JOP 12 Charlie done. And that takes care of the S082B calibration. But because I did the shopping list, %,._ did not get the S055 calibration done. You may have to ask somebody else to do that a little bit later _I the risky. That's about it. I think rather than debrief over describe what I see in the Sun on the - the tape recorder here, I think I'll Just pass the word on ti_e alr_t0_ground and then I'll secure. 011 14 53 40 011 14 55 h5 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR at ih:55. We're out of air-to-groumd contact, and I've got to leave the console, so I'll go ahead and give a little description of what I see on the Sun first thing in the morning. I've taken the two polaroid pictures.

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And let's first tasb about the ](LW' MDN. Active region lh, 15, 16, oh, 17, and 18 are quite plain. The lh in XUV M0N had the brightest the brightest area in it this morning. And I did not get a chance to go exDlore it at all and - and see what any of the oxygen VI counts were. 011 lh 56 36 CDR The south pole - the coronal hole at the south pole is more - much more evident today than the one at the north pole. The north pole coronal hole is - is smaller; the one at the south is quite a bit larger. I see a hole at about 300 on the limb coming in; it's Just to the northwest of the active region 18, which I believe is the weak region that we've been looking at. The - the spot for - or I should say Just below that - that hole, small coronal hole or whatever that is. It's - it looks like it's too big and - and round to be a a filsment chanel. There is a brightening on the limb right below that, which is - this is above 17 and - and those that are coming around the limb • so it may be that we'll have an active region in a day or two showing up there. But we have Just a - Just a hint of a bright area beginning to show up at about 280 on the limb. 011 lh 57 57 CDR That's about all I can make of this that's of - of any great interest. I might add that the west - or the eastern limb brightening - wait a minute; I got my east and west missed mixed up again. That coronal hole I was talking about was northeast of active region 18. It's on the limb, at about 290 to 300 on the limb, and then this little bright area that I'm

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about 280, something like that, on the limb. And I might Just add that the whole limb, the whole eastern llmb, is - is brighter than the western limb, and - and there's a some brightness in the east limb all the way down toward the coronal hole at the south. And that's about it on the XUV YEN. 011 lh 58 54 CDR On the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH, the spike that we had been watching at 300 is pretty much gone now; it's pretty diffused. The whole east llmb has a wide diffused streamer area; the streamer down at about 240 is wide. It looks like it's got you could a]most say there's three points in it, but not quite; it's it's a very wide point. Down at about 250 it dips - it dips there and then starts building back out again by 270 back out to another spike. M11ch - much enhanced area there, 2l_0 to 270. 011 12 59 39 CDR (hrer on the other limb out at sl)out, oh, 070 to 090 there are it's a wide diffuse area, but there's sort of a gap between the two ends so it looks like you kind of have two wide streamers, two _.Lde points, and a gap in between them. That's nowhere near as bright or as extensive as all of the streamer activity over on the east limb. I see nothing - nothing of interest up in the area of 300 to 360, and the area frc_ 090 down tZhe 180 is - is rather a quiet area, too. 011 15 00 21 011 15 03 52 (DR SPT CDR out. Today these let's talk about what some of objects I have have in cr_mon.

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Screwdriver, pair of scissors, rec'order, for that matter, the TV camera. Each one of those has a quality and that quality is dependent upon the material from which they are made. That's true for most things that we work with. Up here at Skylab we plan to study a little bit the techniques with which these things are made, in particular solids and how they cool, how they are formed frc_ a liquid, and how they actually became a solid. 011 15 04 _8 SPT It's in this phase in going fr_n a liquid to a solid, in which the quality of the material is determined to a large degree. In psm%icular, if we look at say, silicone crystals which transistors are made frc_, which is the heart of this TV camera and the electronics industry, we find that as they cool, the gravity which we have down there on Earth, in which every transistor so far has been made in the presence of, we find that the gravity tends to make the wanner ot the hotter material move to the surface as it is cooling. thing happens in your h_ne. 011 15 05 33 spt Ss_e

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If you notice your second story is aSways a little bit warmer than your first. All the heat is up the ceiling. The same thing happens in a solid. Whether it be of metal or c_stal. Now this convection tends to create very small real-uniformities in the material. Mal-uniformities can change the properties and usually degrade it. Also we find that contamination could come from a container which you cool the solid in.

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And these mounts are pretty much the same as hold up the TV camera; line thsm up taking some of our tools, which are extension shafts for some of the bits that we have. • i •" • And mount them and then we 'ii proceed to turn; we'll be placing a fluid in between the two here, w_ich you will be able to get a Close up view on this csmera. And then we're going to turn it.

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This is the PLT, time is 16:10, reporting an handheld photographs Charlie X-ray 51, frmues 163 through 175. Had two fairly good shots in Mexico, mountainous areas. Took about - c_ing up on the U.S. - the U.S. was clouded over but there was interesting cloud system and a storm system in the Gulf. I took - three shots of the - of the storm system - took a couple out toward the Great Lakes where there were some interesting flow patterns and lake-associated cloud patterns and surface flow patterns it looked llke. I took a couple of shots of northern U.S. and Canada, which was panaramous and indicated the extent and - the extent of snow cover and also the - in fairly good panar_ic pictures - of - the ... showing the relief by melting snow and I got two good shots of the Gulf of St. Ls_rence reasonably clear, showing ice flow on the surface of the waters.

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Time: 011:16:24 to 011:18:18 GMT Oliil174 Page 1 of 22 011 16 24 26 SPT SPT at 16:24, debriefing ATM pass which began at 15:27. We found the right location to work today. Even though the position of 250 degrees, 0.I radii does not have a great deal of XUV, nor anything showing in the X-ray MONI_)R, it certainly has manifested a lot of change in the H-ALPHA. This morning before I got to the panel, apparently Jerry saw a surge lift off. When I got here, the material had reattached to the ... That is, what Jerry saw was a wedge, with the point at the surface. This is at a ROLL of 250. And the surge inclined at about 45 degrees ... the surface. When I got here and looked at it at 15:30, the material was reattached and in the course of 20 minutes that material was ... extending up 30 degrees ... something on the order of i0 degrees. But towards the end of the orbit it looked as though it was boiling up for another one and ... become a little more intense in H-ALPHA and to extend out a little bit. 011 16 26 03 SPT So nmybe we have another surge going. Okay, we started the orbit with a building block 32 and we ended the orbit with a building block 32. At the end I did not get a PATROL SHORT in, however. We were just tight on time, I managed to get the exposure for _%C exactly with 1 minute remaining, at ROLL of 5272. We did building block 23, although there were some deviations which, of course, some which you inserted and some which I thought necessary to put in. And I'll take it instrument by instrument. Starting at the top, 56 received three exposures, 13 minutes each, on frames

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4, 5,. and i. So, we gave two extra in there. 82A received

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WAVELENGTH SHORT for 20 seconds, after a call to the ground to see what their thoughts on it were. And :[ will do this in the future if I am in ground not in ground contact. If I'm in contact and we had -

a case like today, I most likely would have gone ahead in taking it. 82B received their first 9-second exposure, 20 arc seconds off the limb. 011 16 28 07 SPT Then I started into their long 35 second. The original pointing was chosen so that I could - center the SLIT right over the region which was _oming out with the activity, that is around 250. But, unfortunately, that did not cover the Jet, which was moving out, nor this diffused material which I have described on the air to ground. The top of SLIT - the top one quarter of the slit, did cover that diffused material. That diffused amterial was of a shape of the - rather in two - two sections to it, about 20 are seconds off the limb, about 20 src seconds in extent above the limb, so that makes it go about h0 from 20 to 40 and about 20 arc seconds in length, that is up/down, if you wil_, if you're looking at it with the SLIT tangent to the limb, and a partition between the upper and lower half, which was connected on the right-hand side. So that's all in H-ALPHA, so I don't think I need to describe that too much further. Now once the Jet had gone back down and it looked as though the limb had simmered down,, I bad second thoughts. That ROLL was also at about 1200 - 12 - 1204 minus 1204. And had bit more about it at I would have that diffused I thought a little the beginning over ended the

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sight. So 82B's second exposure was one which went for 18 minutes 8/nd 30 seconds to which - with the top i/h of the SLIT on the bottom edge of the diffused material. And then they received another exposure of 1'5 minutes and 30 seconds in which they were centered on the material in ROLL and on the bottom of it in distance from the limb. 011 16 30 50 SPT That was stopped at hOOK. Now 55 received lots of MIRROR, AUTO RASTERS. I deviated a little bit. We started at GRATING position of zero. That'w where I was initially and when I go there, I didn't know how fast things were changing so I - I thought I better start there ... which the program called for. So you got about 3-1/2 MIRROR, AUTO Then we wnet RASTER at 23 RASTERs and got - 24:3_. at that position. one MIRROR, AUTO This is all

OPTICAL REF, now. That went down to line 50. And then two more truncated down to - down to line hO. We went to u** GRATING position 29 - 26 and gave two MIRROR, AUTO RASTERa, truncated down to line 30. 011 16 31 51 SPT I believe there's probably a little bit more in there than I have Just called out. I found it difficult to to keep track of them - and trying to work the other instruments and with our RASTER SCAN counter me an accurate count. 011 16 32 04 SPT not giving

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particular situation it sure would be good if we couldhave thosetwo instruments rotated 90 degrees, relative to one another. And if we ever see something like this again, it would be useful to have the instruments perhaps one could be rotated relative to another if - if any uncertainity about which is the best position initially. Someday I'd like to talk more about that whole subject. 011 16 33 03 SFT 56 received 3 of the LONG EXPOSURES, that is M, S, O, L, 64. We had time for about a half of one at the end but I did not start it, not knowing your druthers on part of a sequence. Probably could have gotten you a third, not a half. So, I did not go ahead and do that. Of course your X-ray exposures corresponded to the same ones that 56 got in time. Their order, howe_er, was for the 4, 5, and 1. 011 16 33 53 SPT SPT out.

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This is the CDR at 16:46 Zulu. The S190 thread - frame count is unchanged from the evening status report and the post - EREP post status repost last night. Number i is 0154; number 2, 2335; number 3, 9878; number 4, 9220; number 5, 1011; number 6, 9937. CDR out.

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This is the CDR at 16:57, the monitor the subject is EREP C&G, the monitor is Delta 6 is now reading 57 percent.

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CDR cut. ... SPT at 17:02; ED61. Pictures were taken on mad CIll3; frames h8, _9, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, and 55. Okay, give you a quick description here. We got a little more growth. Compartment number l, seed Alfa. Seed A has got a - something coming out and it, again, is away from the light in which it's coming out. It's root like. Curls out towards the top of the container and then towards starts moving towards the front of the container, that is towards the light. Seed Bravo has done nothing. Seed Charlie is - oh, Charlie has not done anything either. It's split and I might - there might be a possibility of a very sm_ll root coming out one side, but that's hard to distinguish. There is something there, however, Just a little dummy on the top, but ti doesn'tdoesn'tlook like an ex - a root at all. And about 1/_ the size of the seed. Compartment 2, we have nothing. Compartment 3, we have out of seed alfa - we have one small curlicue root maybe - making a 360 and extending no more than a quarter of the seed diameter. Seed Charlie has got lengthwise and the seed is root is pointed toward the back of this it's container and seed alfa is pointed toward the top. And that's the root. Seed Bravo, nothing. Okay, let's go over to seed - or compartment four where we got a big - bit performer. Alfa is doing nothing and Charlie is doing nothing, but Bravo is really really growing here. We've got the root structure coming out of it's seed at the end away from the container - away from the front of the container, that is away from the light. And there is a large root structure protruding off -

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which goes all seed Alfa now. yesterday; 011 17 04 29 SPT now

the way past bra It went up to it it's passed it.

And it has reached the top of the container where it has butted up against it and has just curlicued a little bit. It ia all white. I do not see any leaves. root which has come the the seed, which container. There is the bottom another of

is again And that

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is very thin - relatively thin compared to the others and it's moving towards the right-hand side of the container. And it's Just butted up against the edge and not done anything else. Okay, compartemnt five, it's got a curlicue one coming out of the top of Alfa towards the top of the container. 011 17 05 12 SPT Bravo is - the seed is pointing so

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that it goes toward the side of the container - toward the left-hand side and the root structure is about one seed-length long. white. I notice that It's all some of

these I can see the root has got a more of a translucent white. And then as you get closer to the seed all - all of a sudden turns to a more opaque yellow and looks a little thicker. I imagine that's the way it grows. Not sure with in compartment five. split. 011 17 05 51 SPT the seed Bravo Seed Charlie is

Compartment six we've got another big performer. The - coming out of the bottom of six, that's the back of the container, the root goes 45 degrees towsrds the top and right-hand side, a little bit towards the front now as towards the light, maybe only 30 degrees. And the top drove three seed-lengths long and the top is spiralled around,

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maybe, oh, about 2 turns, very tightlywove - woven. The other it's coming out of bot - also out of the bottom but going off towards the bottom and right-hand side is a very thin, crooked, jagglie root, unlike the others. And that is that's only about on seed - a seed and a half length long. 011 17 06 45 SPT Okay, over in compartment seven, we have coming out seed Alfa a root where let's see it's at the top of the container and the - the root is about 3/_ of a seed long and it's - it's got s. curlicue at the end, I believe. It's kind of tough to see the exact detail, but it's kind of bunched up there at the end. Yeah, it's curlicue. And that is just going parallel. It came out of the top and went - and headed down and back a little bit, that is a little bit away from the light. Bravo and Charlie doing nothing. Over in compartment 8, eitht, they've got two, seeds and I'll be durned, we got two seeds also in A - in Charlie. Somehow I managed to get two seeds in there, but not in A. Wonder what the beck happened there. I had a little bit of trouble with that ejector at the beginning. Oh, well. Such is life. Sorry about that. Okay, nothing really happening in compartment eight. There is one small bud coming out of the - one seed towards the front of the container 011 17 08 19 SPT in eight.

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Nothing coming out of either one of those. In Bravo we've got just a small bud, which I've mentioned which is - it's really nothing but a little nubbin on there. So, to recap, the real big performers are in compartment three and four surprisingly enough. I'm sorry, 3 or, ]4and 6. They're both on the same side. 011 17 08 59 011 17 17 36 SPT CDR SPT out. Okay, this is the CDR at 17:17:40. Subject is Earth Resources, EREP. This is a C&D l0 minute monitoring check. Alfa 2 is 59; Alfa 3 is 86; Alfa 4 is 70; Alfa 5 is 67; Alfa 6 is 0; Bravo 2 is 56; Bravo 3 is 76; Braw_ h is 71; Bravo 5 is 75; Bravo 6 is 50; Bravo 7 is 3h; Braw_ 8 is l; Bravo 9 is 58; Charlie 2 is 41_; Charlie 3 is 87; Charlie h is 7;[; Charlie 5 is 82; Charlie 6 is h6; Charlie 7 is 50 percent; Delta2 is 86; Delta3 is 85; Delta _ is 72; Delta 5 is 14; Delta 6 is still 57; Delta 7 is reading 10. Okay:, S192 MODE to READY. DOOR, OPEN now. Waiting 60 seconds for READY light. Okay, 192 READY light is on. MODE is g_ing to CHECK. S192 HEATER SWITCH OFF light is out. Panel ll7, PRESS TO TEST. Delta temp's okay. Overtemp' s okay. All right, the preoperate configuration: TAPE RECORDER, ON; READY light on. 192. POWER's ON. READY light is out. MODE's in CHECK. The DOOR is OPEN. 91, ON; READY, on; COOLER, ON, DOOR is 0P_.

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90 is on,is open. READY out, STANDBY; and the door The RADIOMETER, STANDBY; READY, out; SCATTEROMETER, OFF; READY, out; ALTIMETER, OFF; READY, out • 24 i3 on; READY, on. Okay, it's 17:23 now. i minute to the first action. EREP START at 27 :3_. On my mark it'll he 17:24:00. Stand by MARK. SCATTEROMETER and the ALTIMETER both to STANDBY. Lots of good water, Bill? Yeah, lots of good clouds too. About 3 minutes to landfall, I figure it. There's BaJa. Righ_ Oh. 1 minute to EREP START. Okay, at 27:40 we're gonna want a a VTS AUTO CAL. Okay, stand by I'ii for - I'ii be giving a mark at EREP START and then one for 34 AUTO CAL. over Guaymos.

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Okay. Houston. Goldstone. We're monitoring through

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Roger, Hank. Okay, on my mark it'll be 27:34. Stand by -

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MARK. EREP START. Next is VTS AUTO CAL at 40, Bill. Stand by Stand by MARK. Okay. RADIOMETER's going to OFF.

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My next mark will be at 28 even. There's Baja; got it. Stand by MARK. The ALTIMETER's to MANUAL. ON; 194 Beautiful.

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Bill, regard to your special 02 on the snow covered area coming up, due to where the snow cover is, we expect that you won't acquire that until 34, rather than 33:14 as we've indicated. However, we would like you to track that, if you would, right on up to the special 01 at 36:26. Okay. By track you mean the particular spot that That's affirm. You track area you pick out there. track the I pick. the snow-covered

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Okay. What I was going to try to do, Hank, was pick a snow covered near Kansas City, if it looks like I'll be able to do it. Otherwise, I'll just go ahead and take any area.

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Okay, we copy. Got an ALTIME'r_R, UNLOCK flashing. light

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CDB PLT PLT CDR PLT

Went out. There 's Guaymos. See the city of Guaymas. Okaymy nextmark is 29:33. I'll track Guaymas and then I'll track out in the little hay, the one that's a triangle. l

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Stand by MARK. S190, MODE to AUTO.

There's the bay; I'm going to give you data push button on that little bay. It's Guaymos. Now I'll track the City of Guaymos. *** using theDAC. Data push button release. Okay, set up for White Sands 31: 26. Okay, at 30:20 l'm looking S191 light on. for an

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MARK. The READY came on at 20: REFKKENCE to 6. Okay, I got White Sands. Okay, I see the area you want. Beautiful.

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Okay, Ed, we got an ETC AUTO coming up in about 2h seconds. On my mark it'll be 31:10. Stand by MARK. S190, INTERVAL down to 10. On mY next mark it'll be 31:20 at an ETC ATU0. Stand by MARK. ETC, ATUO.

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MARK. 192, MODE to HEADY. Tape recorder's picking up speed we got a MOTION light. ALTImeTER, UNLOCK light is on; the READY light is out. Going to STANDBY. Okay, I think I'll just leave the ALTIMETER OFF. I'll only get about 5 more seconds if I turn it on. Stand by for ' RADIO_[ETER to STANDBY MARK. That's 08. 32:20 is next.

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Here's l0 degrees UP. Okay. SCATTEROMETER and RADIOMETER are ON. I got them h seconds late. 33:10 is next. Need ETC to STANDBY. Okay, ti's time for the lava. There it is. Okay, I want to get both of them. Beautiful! Okay, you got a pushbutton. Zoom in max. Got the dike. Right there. Okay, I'm right on the dike. Data pushbutton. There we scored on both of them. CoodL deal. My next mark will be 33:10 for ETC to STANDBY. I think I'd have to be hit in the head not to be able to pick these things out. Stsz_d by MARK. ETC to ST2uNDBY. on 36. Coming up

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24, _RK ON. Okay.

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Next one at 35:300kay_ 33:14 - 34 rather . .. 3h. 0kay:_ 3h:33. Kansas City is 3- 3.8 RIGHT. Two, it's gonna be a little closer. Okay, I'm - I'll pain an area. There's Kansas City. CAMERA, ON; Max mag. Okay, here we go. And the next for the river. On my mark it'll be Coming MARK. up on 30. 190, 35:30.

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Stand by speed to MEDIUM.

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36:15 coming STANDBY. Stand by MARK.

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36:46 is next.

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IMCon,now. On my mark it'll be 36:46. Stand by MARK. SCATTEROMETER, STANDBY; RADIOMETER to STANDBY. 36:54. Okay, I put IMC on 56 here and I took it off. 36:54, stand by _IARK. RADIOMETER's OFF. on 37:00. Stand by MARE:. ALTIMETER's ON. Coming up

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Okay, I was just a little slow getting everything set up on that first NADIR SWATH. ALTIF_TER, UNLOCK light. a R_J_DY. Still got

CDE -PLT

We're going across Lake Michigan, I think. Some lake, anyway. READY light 's out. Okay, turning 193 to STANDBY for 15 seconds. This pictures the one I'll take. ALT]2_ETER back to ON. Stand by -

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Coming up on 38:10.

MAP$:. 192 MODE, CHECK. Looking for an S190 READY out at 38: 40. DAC will be going off at 38:_3, the ... DAC.

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And we're in a NADIR SWATH. Picking up a lot of high fine cirrus. Very thin cirrus. And on special 01 I was about l0 seconds getting everything set on that thing. Everything else is nominal. And now we're in nadir swath until 52:55, no DAC.

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Okay, ALTIMETER UNLOCK. READY light's out. I'll just stand by for 15 seconds. ALTIMETER's back ON. Over solid overcast now. I turned the DAC on to cover ... ALTI_dETER UNLOCK. - -because there's a - an unusual cloud formation there. That ought to be good. - these roll clouds that we were seeing yesterday, Jer? Yes. There's about - there's six of them in a row there. I've - I took some pictures of them earlier today too.

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MARK. At 42:15 192 went to READY. We'w- got TAPE MOTION. We're in good _ shape. 43:15 is next. Houston, CDR. Go s]_ed. a ShotK[d - should we not have - is the ]KEADY light out on S190? I'm in AUTO. I got a READY light ON. That READY light will stay on when it's running in sequence, Jerry. Okay. 43:15 coming up. Stand by -

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44:05, ETC should be at 4.8 frames per minute. SKylab, we're going you gaain at Madrid Okay. Now for a couple of frames of the Gulf of St. Lawrencethere too. Quite a bit of ice information due from these DAC frames Itll bet. Yes. ... yesterday they didn't feel the resolution was good enough to do any good on the - last night's EREP pass. You're right. Well, I went about 4 frames of ... 45. 190 READY light is out. STAZ_DBY ; 190 to STANDBY. Okay, I have fine maneuver Well, the old ALTIMETER to play today. - I took LOS. We'll see in about 4 minutes.

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Because Yes.

it kept

unlocking,

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... building up out here. ... There he is. We out over the North Yes. Awful lot of activity. This extraterres extratropieal storm must be pretty powerful. You know, I that band - well, that's what we were looking at it earlier this morning. - way south on up to the north there. Uh-huh. Skylab, Houston through Madrid for 9 minutes. Roger, Hank. Can the guys in the EREP backroom tell whether or not at 29:33 I made a call for S190 MODE to ATUO. Roger, Jerry. You made that call there, and we think probably everything's all right. If you give us the reading on station i we can probably tell right quick. Okay. I found that switch OFF when I came to it, so itcould be that I grabbed it when - up above when I was supposed to put the SCATTERO_METER to STANDBY, I may have grabbed 190 and put it to STANDBY which means, we're about 2 minutes lost. Okay, station l's reading 183. Atlantic, Bill?

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Okay, I suspect that's then. Up there around when the SCATTEROMETER I ma,y have grabbed the put it to STANDBY. Okay, we copy, Jer.

what happened 36:46 went to STANDBY, 190 switch and

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This nadir swath isn't going to go anywhere. I'm going to go up there and get the maneuver. Okay, on my mark Stand by MARK. it'll be 52:00.

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Skylab, Houston. We need the DAS for heater off cormnanding. Stand by 1. I'm putting the new maneuver time in. Okay. Okay, Bravo 7 is reading 35. You' ve got it Hank. That,<you. Yes. That's 35.

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... PLT at 18:00 recording S190 film before removal - frames before removal. Number 1 camera 0183, 2364, 9907, 9269,, 1040, 9967. PLT out. This is the CDR at 18:05 Zulu with the S191 CAL - AUTO CAL MONITOR data. Alfa 7 was 80 percent ; Alfa 8 was 85 percent. CDR out. SPT at 18:07, handheld photographs. Mag CX40, first one taken at 17:37, frame 63 down to 61, f/ll, 65 millimeter,

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SPT The subject was the Great Lakes, and first one showed Lake Michigan. And again I noted the clouds which tended to form right along a ridge which went righ_ down the center of the lake. That is , the ridge running north/south. This ridge ex - continued to extend righ-_ over the city of Chicago. And it was a little east of the city of Chicago and tended to spread out on either side. So it covered that ciy pretty well. Again off the lake. It was a very pronounced ridge, just like a backbone right down about one half the length. Total areas was covered with clouds, the other half was - along the shoreline was open. I did not see a similar effect on Lake Huron; however, I did see ice on Lake Huron. I could see it to the eastward side. you could see cloud streets which would show the wind to be from the west. And the ice which was in fairly large chunks up _ainst the east side. was Most of the

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Page 21 of 22 patterns in the ice were parallel to the coastline - that's running nortla/south. That had three - free frames of that. So that was for the 35-millimeter, so we covered a pretty wide area. 011 18 08 56 SPT The next were up in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 08 HH35. But, before I go on, everything else was under clouds. Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, unfortunately were completely clobbered in. I couldn't get anything really on that. They were under a pretty thick overcast, so there wa nothing in the way of cloud formation on the lake to really observe it. In the St. Lawrence River, began on the mouth of the river especially on the southward side I could see large chunks of ice which we had photographed the other day. And I got some - two additional photos on that. One was - I took it at 17:24, mag CX40, frames. 60 and 59, 60 f-stop, 35 millimeter, 1/250 of a second. 011 18 i0 03 SPT The last one for the weather guys, same mag, 17:45 time, frame 58. And these were of cloud streets which were also evident in the previous photo of - taken of lake ice. I don't which went into a thicker and thicker mass of cloud streets and finally ended up in closed and ... And I thought the transition from - well in tow relatively distinct phenomena was clear. I think the cloud streets just widened and the ridge fully disappeared as they And before you knew it we a nice good set of closed 011 18 lO 45 SPT SPT out. of them came together. had ourselves and ...

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Page 22 of 22 SPT Oh, excuse me, I have a change. Wind direction was from the west, I mean, west-southwest towar - toward the ... almost parallel to our track. SPT out. Okay, we're picking up here again on TV-101. - - 17 minutes at Honeysuckle, 18:35.

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What we're looking at here are the two ends on which I have injected 3 cc's of water each; the one on the left with a red dye in it, and the one on the right, clear, although it does have some bubbles in it. First I'll move them together, and then we'll do the rotation. Let me zoom you in so that you can get a little better look at how these two surfaces make contact.

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Okay, we're on TV i01. ... minutes

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%_at we're looking at here are the two ends on which I have injected 3 cc's of water each. The one on the ].eft with a red dye in it and the one on the right, clear, although it does have some hubbles in it. First, I'll move them together and then we'll do the rotation. Let me zorn you in so you can get a little better look at how these two surfaces make contact. Okay, we're coming in slowly with the red one. You can watch it oscilate here. Before we do, I'll try to set up an oseilation which will, is not too, not too vigorous. We don't want to spill any of it off. That's an oscilation where the motion is peroendicular to the [plate on which the hemisphere rests. I can also give it a oscilation which :is torguing it. Well, as you see that • #e_ll_"doesn't set up- amy_hK_g%._%h_t is, in a direction which rotates the plate on which it rests. Okay, we'll let it damp out and slowly surface move it in. takes

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over soon as they hit. And it forms their shape. Now move this so the two disks which the water ... are 5/8 of an inch apart. Okay, I hope you csn see the inerface between the two.
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And we're ready for the rotation. I'm going to try to rotate this so that I'll be moving the bar up which holds the string at around 16 inches every l0 seconds. And I think one thing that ought to be you back a little we're ready. oli 18 21 47 SPT done here, is bit. Okay, to move

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it a little bit. That appear's to be about the max we can go. I could go a little bit faster and you see what happens. It tends to become unstable. Surf tension fighting the centrifugal force. Now we'll do tlhat once again and next time I' ll vary rotation rate and get it a little higher. What we like to look at now is the effects of vibration. 011 18 22 49 SPT Now there's the single pulse and what's really damping there mostly is the mechanic of the structure which is holding the plate. For ..., I think you can get a feel for the natural frequency of this column _md with that hopefully, I can get up some standing waves. 011 18 23 17 _-_ SPT Okay, let's move this out a little further,that is, separateone from the other as we did before. Okay, now let's look at the effects of vibration. See if we can't set up a st ading wave.

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]Let'ssee if we can't set up a standing wave now there is one mode where the mass of material goes goes from one end to the other. Now, if I increase the frequency just a little bit so you can catch it in that mode where the two hands are oscialting towards one another but not much mass exchanged, now increase the frequency and we the get some combination there of. However, I'm only using one of them to osiclate so that really is not a symetric situation, only when it's very slow. We'll do that again. And the next higher mode.

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And another would be interesting to I think - it piece of information gather here is how far out do we have to pull it before the seperation? I'll try to go slow so that we don't get any dynamics in this. See if it's about there. There it goes? Okay, let's set up for another one.

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()kay, we're going to repeat this last exercise. The speed was not really too uniform as I rotated and we'll try to give you more of a uniform rotation speed this time. We're looking at two hemisperes of water. And they're moving together. And when they meet, surface tension takes over _nd forms a new shape. You can picture the surface tension pretty much the sameway as you can picture putting water inside a balloon.

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The molecules at the surface, not having any further molecules on the outside tend to hold on to those adjacent one a little bit harder and that creates a little tension along the surface or a little skin. Okay, there's our interface. Now let's Just back you off a little bit here. So you can see it. Center you up Just a little bit.

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Skylab, Houston, ... And let me do one other thing. Let me move the light around here, and see whether that would help. - Skylab, Houston ... drug list ... ...

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This is PLT. The time is 18:50 I've just taken a frame, 35-milllmeter, which I'll give you the frame number. Frame number 55 in in Charlie X-ray _0. This frame is of particular _mportance in that we've noticed a _at amounts to a path in ... pattern on the water. This appears Just to k,e northeast of Luzon (?) probably on the order of 150 miles. And the thing that's so significant about this is that the path - there's a (:lear path in the coulds, that correspons to apparently a current path in the surface of the water. You can actually see eyeball the streaks and stiation and the counter-eddies in the water, and it was very apparent in the binoculars to Jerry as he was looking at it. However, we were wondering whether or not the camera would capture it, as we wanted to make sure we got it on tape and recorded the :Frame number and so forth• It's right in the center of the frame and runs so parallel to the long axis of the frame.

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We're prepared for a third run. time we rotate the rods in the opposite close-up surfaces

This

direction. We have a here to watch the two as they move - move together.

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... It's rather difficult to move this

without getting any oscilation in it ms you notice. See immediately when they Joined, except surface tension takes over. The shape that we got there, the u, ntour reminds me very much of a o eatenary .... It's what you get when you hang a rope or _nything of iAniform weight in gravity. It probably is someting a little bit different than that, if you sit down and calculate it out. 011 18 51 38 SPT Okay, we'll move the rods together now and be ready for the rotation. Again this is the same as the previous. 6 cc's of water, 5/8 inch separation of the plates. Okay, we're going to to turn counter rotate now, at the same speed as we rotated previously in he same direction. I can increase the speed here towards the end, and you can see we do get some instabilities, but they're not of a gross overall nature for the total combined mass. I believe some of the uncertainty - or - instibility that came in there were due primarily to perhaps the uneven mation of this, These plates are not exactly perpendicular to the axis of rotation so there is a little wobble in there. And also the speed cannot be held perfectly constant. All right we'll do one - one additional thing here. We'll move back out. Now

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what I should have done there, I guess for you, was to give you a little further back view of that. Perhaps that was a little bit close, so we'll go ahead and realy quickly rewind here and give you another one. You've see the details up close, _d now we'll move back and let you see the overall motion. Oll 18 53 5_ SPT Unfortunately, they've not mechanize_ us yet, and I have to be the mortor for both sldes. _hat we'll be doing subsequent to tlhis is changing several of the peramters here. One is we can inject water into the solution - excuss me. inject - air. We can also change the distance between the plates and change the amount of water which we put in. And I think you've seen the effects of changing rotation. I think we've _rettymuch established here the w boundary in between the stable and _mstable rotation. All right we're rewound. And we'll now move - CC 011 18 55 55 SPT Skylab, Houston .... --- you back a little bit. Okay, that should do it_ You'll notive the silver markers we have on there which _e you And up CC SPT for purposes of tracking allows to calculate the rotation rate. I'll have to get ourselves lined again here. Okay, one more thing - -

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SPT ... on the VTR. Okay, we're the speed. rotating. Now I'll increase

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Okay, this is the CDB again. The PLT'S last picture, which he called 55 is really frame 56, and the one I took is frame number 55 on Charlie X-ray 40 pf the Nikosn 55 were taken at f/ll 1/250, and the - all I can say is that it's - it's another indication of flow lines and sunglint and ... CDR out.

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This is the CDR at 19:20 Zulu with a addendum to handheld report I made at about 19:0B in which I reported a frame number 55 of the Nikon camera - a sunglint of ocean currents. I located the place as about 400 miles or so northeast of Hawaii and I rechecked the map and it's about 450 miles due east of Hawaii. Correct that correction to due east. CDH out.

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Skylab, Houston through Tananarive, 3mlnutes. Drift. Thank you, Bill, We're set up here for smother look at the locations of flux in cylindrical col1-,_s. This time, however, we'll be working with a gap of 1-3/8 inches and 14 centimeters, cubic centimeters we have the red fluid on the left is 7 and the fluid on the right is 7, which is clear with a fair - fall small amount of bubbles. Now, let's Just take, before we move them together and look at some oscillations.

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neighbor. They don't outside to onto their harder for Oll 19 52 14 SPT

Those at the surface. have any molecule on the bind with so they hold neighbors a little bit the extra bond.

Now, let's bring them together. And I'll change the vantage point here a little bit - and zoom in. And, we'll see the red fluid move in to the left. And in contrast to what we had before, these are 7 cubic centimeters rather than 3. Well before I do, let me Just show you some oscillations now along the axis, perpendicular to the plate. You can pick off an actual frequency there. Matter of fact, that is a good illustration. Let me move that back out a little bit and move near

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over

And again, you'll see elastic cell around the water, all surface tension. Different fluids have to different surface tension a little bit by putting either soap in it or some other fluid which will develop in the water.

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We'll be moving in together now and then starting the rotation. Beginning to see it's very to move this without setting up an oscillation. Oops. One burst end it's done. •.. Now we have a cylinical column. And I believe the interface is quite evident and we're ready for the ro_ation. Now, I think it's obvious that we'll not be able to rotate at the same speed as we've had before. The instability will come at a lower speed so I'll start out relatively slow and toward the end we can speed up if necessary.

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And now you see a different kind of os - a different kind of instability. Uh - uh, there we go. Now, we've generated the same old kind that we've had before. For a while there, though we had two modes ; this is a single. Or I should say two peaks. Now, we'll wait'll - wait for it all to settle out as long as it doesn't wet the surface behind which it ap - appeared as though it's going to. We might still be able to to work with this one. Unfortunately, it has wetted the surface behing it. Let's see if we can't coax most of that over to here. There we go.

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Okay, I think we've seen the rotation. Let's work a little bit with some vibrations. See what kind of modes we can set up here. Here, I believe, is a fluid mode. They all go a little faster. If I go fast enough, I'm hoping to be able to set up standing waves, whicch I believe I have. Okay, now we increaae frequency again. Start the ... Now you can see the shape of waves aB they move from the right to th_ left. That's because the forcing is on the right. It's not a symmetrical wave ; it 's a wavecrest which is - very clearly de - defines the direction of motion of the forcing. Okay, now we're going to stretch this out a little bit. Get ourselves an hour glass, which has been broken in two. Well, let's move that back. Now the forcing is fromthe left thistime. And we'll watch it for the next ... And we still have a little left for the rotation so we'll go ahead and do that now.
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This is the CDR at 20:55. The 'rnis is M092 which was started at :-90:00Zulu and we finished it at 2-0:50, 2-0-5-0. The subject is the PLT. His left calf measures hisright The leghands used were_mBb and _ and the cal number on Charlie Juliett_ The PLT had no problem at all on the run, came through in real fine shape, indicated that he had no symptoms at all that he could note.

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SPT at 21:04, ATM ops, The pass which began at 20:07. Started it off with a building block 32. We went to the ... WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH and TV .... taken at 19:2h today .... but the TV also was loaded WaS •.• Poloroid ... reception

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..° Okay, SPT again picking up with the debriefing on ATM. Okay, no significant difference in the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH that we could see - that I could see. I went over to the _rea where we're doing - had been doing the work, to activate region 17 on the limb. We looked at it. Could see the evidence of a small amount _le region we've of surging talked about in that all toady.

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Okay. I'ii take this debrief up in a few minutes. We have an ATM conference. SPT out.

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SPT at 21:0h. ATM ops. Pass which began at 20:07. We started it off with a building block 32. Looked at the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH of the TV. Compared it with the pictures we've had previously last one being taken at 19:24 today. And I got a ... A very significant difference. Comparing the poloroid with the TV also is a little misleading But the STREAMER structure at 230, 240 remained pretty much the same. The in the ... of the structure which we've noted today between that in the streamer to the north, that is, at around the 260 - 240 to 260 that was still present. And the more pronounced spike-like structure at - 2. Stand by ... Stand by. .... Okay. SPT again picking up with the debrief on ATM. Okay, no significant difference in the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH that we could see, or that I could see. That one over to the area where _._ are going to be doing the work. The active region ... on the limb. I looked at it to see evidence of a small amount of surging that we've talked in that one region about all today. ...

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Okay, I'll pick this debrief SPT out.

If you're Just sitting there with time on your hands, I've got Bill sitting here with time on his, wanting to get away really, I think, and I think that you guys can Just go ahead and conduct your conference.

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you do mini-MARS, 55 can get some good ,Rata from the limb on outward and watch anything we have that does move out. If anything happens, maybe we'll be able to watch something they can move out in the MIRROR LINE SCAN and be able to get good data. The corona above the active region through the mini-Mars, I would suggest you go on down to something like line 20 and stay at Sun center. I gave a STANDARD MODE at the very end. And, as you know, things started happening Just then also. CREW SPT SPT f... Yeah. I did not manage to squeeze in a complete STANDARD MODE. My - did have quite enough - did not allow enough time to get back into a 5 i/2-minute exposure there. took 15 seconds at the very get a - an exposure on the Polaroid so it w_th what I see this 011 21 34 49 011 21 _2 18 SPT CDR next dayside

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Termination It commenced correction, terminated was AIR 1019.

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SPT at 22:3h; ATM ops pass which began at 21:40. Okay at the beginning rather than a 32 building block I did a - closer to a 2. I finished with what we have in J0P 6 for building block 2. And took a look at the corona and could not see any change. Compared photograph I had view. When it's it with the taken - with the all over it's

zctually well, 30 minutes earlier. And I could see no change even thouglh we had had the - the flaring activity on the limb and the wurging. SPT And I'm wearing my glasses, too.

I picked up the ones in the schedule as called out. Only I did the ROLL so that we were at the slit - at the HORIZONTAL CROSS HAIR centered on the region which was bright plage which had flared the previous orbit. At least, it flared the - it gave a subflare which I saw. SPT And we did that pretty much as

specified 811 the way through except for 55. I chose to take them down to line 25 rather than 13 which on tape. So even though the time resolution was off by a factor of 2, it did cover the surge for material which had been surging. It was really not sn all-out active surge at the time we were looking at it but it was fairly bright and had changed appreciably over the orbit, maybe a i0 to 15 arc seconds in length in terms maybe 30. SPT of i0 its growth. Went from to 15 in length up to 25 to

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time. And they also carried out as specified. WE did finish 8.11 the observations but apparently had to go to the maneuver just 30 seconds before I had to go to ATTITUDE, HOLD and start the maneuver. The pad calls for 16 minutes time remaining and we did have a bit of a problem there because when we started the maneuver we had 17 minutes and 32 seconds. So, creaZe a problem body but wherever ing in there in the future not meaning to down ther for anythe bias is sneak-

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Okay, setting ROTATION and TILT for 183, 258.9, 3.6 turns counterclockwise, i, 2, 3, 0.6. And I want to read 8.9. And that is the lousiest set-up for reading numbers I have never seen. I've got to get my flashlight out every time. It cost me about 15 or 20 seconds. Okay, I w_nt to read 8.9 and there it is I think. Okay. tilt, 20.4. Simple thing like reading out numbers and they can't even carry that out right. Okay, we're coming up on 22:hi after which I will run the camera 12 minus seconds of being for 1/60, Time - instead after that.

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Okay, there we go. 1/60; got everything set. Okay, this will he ;,late number i0, field, comet

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let's see, ... we were already in our time. And we'll go sequence to start. 00620. And I'Ii see if I can see the comet. CC CREW 011 22 42 17 PLT ... ... Okay l'll we're in a ten-minute exposure. turn the RECORD switch OFF

momentary. Incidentally, the reason I didn't come up on tape before is that we have to share one recording capsbility. And we had somebody else who had to use the recorder. All . .. all the prep have been done so everything got done. We were in the right frame and the right starfield. There's a DAC. And by the way, that's another reas - explanation You were asking why you ... sometimes didn't hear the DAC sequence. Lot of time we don't - it corresponds to - always corresponds to sunset time. And at the same time the ATM operator usually wants to debrief. And that's usually why they're we have to - we would wait until the last minute to start recording and why you didn't hear a lot of the callouts on the tape. But what I did I - I was all cocked and primed then less that and went through and more or verbally confirmed everything had - that had been done so that own

the you'd be satisfied in your mind it had been accomplished. 011 22 h3 33 PLT Okay, standing by.

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Okay. This is PLT. It's completion of plate i0, setting ROTATION 3.6 turns counterclockwise so that we have 5.3 ... time okay. ... what time is it? ... Okay. i, 2, 3, 0.6. 5.9.

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Ands Ed, while you're there . .. area around 290 the day that ... promince that ground observers concur. ... ... Okay. 5.9 and TILT is 255, 25.5, 150 - no it's 5.3, 155.3. Okay, get it? 5.3, 000620, sequence start. Stand by, sequence start. And we should be off and running. Plate number ii: ROTATION, 1553_ TILT, 255.5. And have one question that; is that the cue card tells us to wait until after sunset to run the DAC for 1 second or 12 frames per second. You'd indicated the star-field, the comet, that is available from 22:h0 to 22:58. And I - I assumed that that was merely for information purposes. And if you didn't want me to start until after I had - after 22.41 when I had run the DAC for 1 second or 12 fra-feet per second because that's frames per second, rather - which is --that is the instruction which is on the cue card. I deliberately waited to 22:hi. If that's not the correct procedure then he corrected on it. I' like to

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Okay. 4 minutes past the hour. WE're waiting for 05 to terminate the exposure. Stand by MARK. SEQUENCE switch to STANDBY. Okay, TILT going to zero. Okay. Okay, ROTATION zero is 7.2 turns clockwise, i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Okay, that shoud do it. ... Okay. And, let's see. Okay. SEQUENCE STANDBY for ... is zero. DAC for 1 second ... the second. 12 frames I think I mean. Oh, boy. I really screwed up. I didn't get your experiment recorder on. I went right down the darn checklist with my finger (Laughter) I shoud of used my head. Okay, sorry about that. My finger slipped a line; my brain wasn't there to take over. Verify SEQUENCE, complete exposure - okay. Start zero. Okay. Carrousel 2-2 ..., PLATE ADVANCE to RESET. Waiting for 01. Oks_v, PLT terminating recording.

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hair tangent to the limb. Decided against it since we're already going to be first moved pointing at the limb at the MIRROR AUTO RASTER. So I Just ahead and started the observing

program. It was a good call from the ground. They were - alert me to the fact that the X-ray . .. analyzer was going up. I cannot see it up here. We then went up to the second pointing for the MIRROR AUTO RASTER 8/nd at that point as I was watching the XUV MONITOR, I got a point breaking, however, not very intense nor not very rapid. But it was realively - higher relative the other active regions, something that was *lotprevious to that. So I went down and took a look at it, oxygen VI count at the point in H-ALPHA with around 30,000. I decided that was that was good and the - we ought to stick there. So I went to MIRROR LINE SCAN and looked And, at the sure XUV MONITOR again. enough,

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Again the PLT this - debrifing the solar pad started at 00:53; JOP 6, step i, I Alfa and i Bravo completed as per pads. VTR was put on tape after completionof JOP 6 - did a surgery [?] on the sun, looed at active region number 16. And while I was in activer region 16, I noticed a fairly interesting area where on the east limb at about the 8 o'clock position, looks like a there's a lot of prominence activity over there. _e one small region of - or, Jerry, of prominence material or solar material which is suspended above the the edge of the limb, there edge of the disk and appeared to attack through a slit which was further to the southand I though we ought_Llso went out of the surface and it - it's on location but it Just wasnt' visible. It looks like further to the south there was more activity. %_ae coronagraphs demonstra - that there was a lot of fairly strong fairly stron corona stremer at about the 8 o'clock position.

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And another not nearly as strong at about the 9 o'clock position and, of eourse, there was Just sort of diffused areas around it and also one over at the 2:30 - 3 o'clock position on the west limb. PLT out. Taking up again on TV-101. Baramoters for this run are separation of i-3/8 inches, 14 cc total _nount of water. We've a relatively clean interface

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one rod will be go in one direction, the second rod in the opposite direction. Okay, we'll try to go at the nominal rate of 16 inches every l0 seconds. And what I'm trying to do now is Just to make sure w_ have the axis of the two rotating = ords completely aligned. There that's good. Okay, here we go. And you see, there was an awful lot of mixing in there. Surprisngly enough very early in the game they both both side exchanged, then we got a pretty thorough mixing. Now whil_ I have this fluid here, let's see, one other thing. Let's Just see if we can get a little clearer illustration than we had before of waves. The . .. waves we're looking at here are called longitudinal waves. f 012 01 34 43 SPT By that we mean that the material moves back and forth in the same direction that the wave must travel. Still looks the same way sound travels in the air. Now the opposite kind cf wave is called a tramsverse wave, say by that we mean that the fluid of medium will not move perpendicular or right angles to the direction in which the waves travel. An application of that is a violin string. ... longitudinal• So we're Just moving back and forth. That was a good standing wave_ Okay, we're gonna go on now and tyr some which _e a little larger in length _md see what develops. o12 01 36 01 012 O1 36 25 SPT CC Thank you. Skylab, Houston, we're - stay with us at Goldston, heading for ... and we're going to take away the recorders up, and we're standing by for the evening status report.

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And ... while I still have you, can I have the H - the ATM countdown. 11852, Very 3742, 141, 315, 4026, Thank you, Bill. 3739.

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Okay, PLT, the time is 46:30 and now we're standing by for 01:48. I have ROTATION 2563 set in. TILT 21.6 coming up on exposure and the ... will be a 70 - 720 second - or 12 minute unwidened and everthing looks good. .:"

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()kay, ... and while you're in there, what'd you say is the double ... of ... I saw on the last ATM pass, the one before the last, it's the ... orbit moving toward the H-alpha this plane And it looks as though we're had pretty good - Gage retractor going to -

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Okay, it's PLT coming up on the even an hour here and in about 30 seconds I'll be terminating the 12_minute unwidened exposure on the comet. Inspecting for the comet in the field of view. I thought I saw it in the left fiedl of view, but the comet is very faint now and I guess I deceived myself into thinking it was there long enough to not worry about changing the rotation or tilt or anything. And I waited for oh, gosh, say it must have been a couple minutes for a night adaptation. And I didn'tco_et on that previously. And it's in your notes if you want MARK. Okay, ... EETRACTED. SLIDE RETRAL'I'_U - Oops. Oops, no, no, no, no, didn't go in. Oh, let's see. Uh-oh, that motor punching's down there. Well, let's see. No, oh. Okay. Skylab, Houston we're AOS over Vanguard for 10-1/_m_ uutes. All right I tried to put it into SLIDE R_'A'I_ACTEDfor CARRIAGE RETRACTED and I put a good healthy push force on it and something crunched inside. Now it's awfully loose. So I'm afraid we're out of business.

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- - at about 30 minutes to Goldstone. About an hour and 15 minutes away. But though - the way it's stared right here _nd tomorrow morning we'll give you a call around ... those days. WE'll have a 19, ref lll9 and that's you get it up in time to put this thing on the ATM panel.

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Continuation here on TV-101. Okay, we're back here with the Grand daddy of them all. This is the biggie. We're working here with a gap of 2 inches, lO cc, of water on each side. And first we'll Just take a look at a few oscillations although I won't go rather gingerly on these. ()kay, we can see the natural frequency there which I could certainly smplify but I choose not to. Now you see, I can get out of phase with it and cause interference which - now we will go _md set up a hormonica [?]. But I wish not to play with this too much right now. Instead we'll press on with the experiment. We will first rotate in the same direction. You'll notice in the clear bubble that there is a small air bubble inclusion. The _mgle I can see in the bubble it makes a very good ...... or - makes the there we go. That was the only way I could get it over there. Okay, we're gonna go in - at a rate a little bit lower than the specified rate of 16 inches every i0 seconds. For pulling up the rod. After watching the last one with a gap of only 1-3/8 inches l'm sure it's Obvious that that speed would be disastrous. Okay, here we go. Wh where are we? Hold on, let me - let me

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back you off. I got a good view but you don't. Let me center you up. _aere we go. Okay, now one - you have c_11y one angle on that. The angle I can see is at the light - darker colored fluid, the violet, has gone all the way around on the outside hut the clear fluid has penetrated up the axis. Okay, here we go. Yeah, look at that. Now I can get the other the standard mode of oscillation. Hnag in there. Okay, let's see if we can get this back together and - and finish it up to an extent anyway. There we go. 012 02 25 23 SPT Tapes still ].eft. have a little of our taping

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There's the interesting oscillation Okay, any faster and you see that I do get the - the one major instability which is Justwhat you see in frontof you. The C [?] shape which rotates. You notice d_nping times are much longer here. Okay, that's much more nonstable. It has a pinch instability. By that we mean once it starts to zLeek down at the ... it acts in a way so as to accelerate that pinch with that necking down and we end up with two hemispheres. A perfect, good standing wave. By that we mean that the nodes or low points always remain in the sane locations. There's a a primary mode, probably is the lowest we can get - why don't we Just pass and fbllow it back and forth. One side shoving it back and forth to the other. Okay, let's go for a little higher. Okay, we'll set up for a counter rotation now.

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The ... of TV-101. We're back with one more. This will be 3 separations. 20cc, total of fluid, counter rotation. Now we'll have to handle inertia to get these together. There we go. That was a good fundamental mode. Okay, here we go. Now there's that base symmetry which has been predc_/nant. Okay then we eventually c_ne into the same old ... I'm gonna hold up here and let it stable out - stabilize. Notice how quickly it mixes. Now one thing that may be causing a relatively quick mixing is that we have the inplates [? ] are not completely parallel so that you do get a roll motion along the axis as seen by giving fluid el_nent right next to the plates. So that could induce a little bit more than you might get if they were perfectly parallel. But we're not very far out.

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... Hey, this recorder recording? ... You take your light. tape off with a green is on. Is somebody

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This is the CDR at 03:08 Zulu with the overnge food inventory that I had promised to get. Okay, this is for the food people. This is an inventory of all overage food, whether it's c_.,_itted or not. And the only overage food that is not listed on the here are the overage beverages that are in the normal pallets that we ahve aad there - there _s is no way

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to spend the time to get that stuff out, But we usually end up with - for every pallet of food that's transfered, we usually end up with 5 or 6 grapefruits and lO or so black cofees. At any rate, this is what all the loose food is, every - every item of loose food that's in the - in your spacecraft with the exception of the food that you know is located in the command module. These qu_nitities are the 9uanites as of the end of the number of - the end of the n_ber ll. That's day of the year the number 11 or at the end of day ... 57, mission day 57. 012 03 09 59 CDR ()kay. Ambrosia, 8; applesause, 9; apricots, 17; asparagus, 32; bacon, 3; beef hash, 6; buscuits, 6; bread, 30; apple drink, i; butter cookeis, 28; butterscotch, 9; chickena and gravy, 24; chickenand rice, 8; chiliwith meat, ,). ,_, COCOa, 15; black coffee, 16; coffee with sugar, 22; cam, 39; cornflakes, 0; eggs, 4; fruit Jam, 6; grape dring, 6; grape punch Apollo-style, 21; grapefruit dring, 18; '.2pollo-site A grapefruit drinks, 2; green beans, 26; hard candy, i; ilemon pudding, 9 ; macaroni and cheese, [; mints, 5; peaches, 8; orange dying, 6; lemonade33. Peanut butter, i; peanuts, 8; pears, 3; green peas, 13; pea soup, 2; pineapple, 4; pork loin with dressing, 0_ pork and potatoes, 18; potato salas, 4; potato soup, 2; mashed potatoes, 23; sweet potatoes, 3; Rice Krispies, 4; salmon salad, 6; sausage patties, 15; shrimp cocktail, 14; dried beef, 2; spaghetti, 23; strawberries, ll; tea, 2; stewed tomatoes, 4; tuna sandwich spread, 28; turkey and gravy, 2; turkey rice soup, i; ; vanilla wafers, 7; veal and barbecue sauce, 19; crispy bars, bars, _6; chocolate 25. chip bars, 56; flake

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Now, we recognize that a lot of this Food is already scheduled for use on the high density days _ but I figured "that it was easier to give you a complete listing of all loose food than to try to figure it out ourselves as to what's available and what isn't available. Now, what we would appreciat getting from you is, based on this inventory of loose food that's available we would like to know - we would like to have you redo the permanent general message that you sent up indicating the free calorie food and the other food that's available for use.

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I think it would also he a good idea if you would as soon as possible send up menus, canplete menus, to go - to be packed in the cc_and module. And we'll draw athat stuff out of overage rightnow and get it packedup and put away in the co, and module, so that it'll be out of sight and out of mind. I'd like to get that done Just as soon as possible, so that we won't have to fool with that during deactivation. Also, if there's enough food and enough variety here that we can cancel the high density days later on in the mission, and substitute enough of this overage food to make up three - one - one complete day for each of us, I think it will be a very good idea. And I would request that you send us up that kind of menu, and we will select thta food and pack it and set it aside for that particular day. This is CDR out.

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This is the CDR again at 03:16 with an addemdt_n to the overage inventory that I gave. In the frozen food area there's one item of frozen overage, beef. and that's one prime rib of

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CDR out. This is a continuation of TV-IOI. What we're trying to create here is super-column, trying to see what is the maximt_ length we can get. And you'll see as I move that there is a critical dimension - critical lemght here, probably a length ot diameter. However, it's strongly influenced by how much inertia I happen to have in the water at the time, or motion. If I could get this perfectly still, and draw it out, which I'm doing ever so slow now, I could probably go a little bit further than I will be able to with these small ocillations in there. But there is a critical length, I believe, although I have not calculated it, where any small perturbation would cause it to neck down. NOw you see, it's starting to neck down there on the right. OKsy, now I 're got one rod out to the maximum amount, and I'll start trying to withdraw the rod on the right.

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You'll notice that the - it started to neck down a little bit there on the right, more so than on the left. believe the reason there is that And I I have

put Krytox, which is a lubricant and will not allow the water to wet the surface, I put that all arOUnd each edge here, and probably not as much got on the edge of this disk. So you see this is really a wider column here on the left side than on the right. So all the necking down will occur on the right.

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Oks_, start to go down. Okay, and I had to move the - move it back in there in order to stop it, because once it necks down we've got ourselves one mnall hemisphere and one large one. Course the funds_ental mode, or the primary oscillation, if you will, or the ... order, first order rather, is Just one of mass motion back and forth. Very slow, very lazy. Okay, here's a switch. I hadn't expected to get it all over on the right. ... Okay, you see I've tried to excite two different modes now, one longitudinal oscillation and - and torsional now also. This Ed? is the ..... still recording,

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The SPT again debriefing the last ATF pass, the one which started at i1:40. Okay, no - no real major problems, other than going by the GRATING a few times, but I gave you an extra 55 one extra sequence of a GRATING AUTO SCAN, no interlock. We had DETECTOR i off - had DETECTOR 2 off for the first time around. Other than that it - it ... short and fairly straightforwardly. No decisions to make, so I went pressing through the building block.

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PLT. Time is 13:30. Reporting the handheld photographs of cloud subject. It appeared to be a very interesting the interference wave pattern exhibited in the clouds. Nothing dramatic or unusual other them the fact that it looked like it may reveal some meteorological dymanics. PLT out. Oh, and I did a frame ntm_her i0 on b_narlie X-ray - Charlie X-ray 50. PLT out. And that's with a Hasselblad.

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Got three pictures with sort of mediocre coverage of Ireland, Scotland, and England in your frsmes ll through 14. I took them at 56 at lO0 because of the low light. HOwever, it's so doggone hard to get this - these islands cloud cover off of them. And they were reasonably cloud free. There were large sreas that had no clouds. So I went shead and took them. So we got some coverage of Ireland, Scotland, and _gland. I see - see parts of the highlands of Scotland to - to Abereen: Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Luee BAy, Isle of Man; a lot of the eastern half of Ireland all the way up to Ulster and Belfast. And then most of northern England was clear up into Scotland, and highlands were clouded to Inverness, but I did get the - the bay into Edinborgh. The highlands from about 40 or 50 miles east of Inverness over to Aberdeen were clear. 012 14 00 53 PLT 012 lh O1 07 PLT PLT out. PLT again, reporting the hand_held photograph B5-millimeter Nikon and 300-millimeter lens. Frsme 51 through 49, handheld i19-6. Fairly certain to be the Shine Vallay. We looked at the map there and I was convinced, and Jerry took the photographs. ]:was looking at the - at the area; it looks like a - a very wide graben area. Started at the base of the Alps ... ....started at _ent north with With B frames, 300-millimeter FLT out. the base of the Alps and the 3 frames - the 3 frames. that was taken at 4.5, lens at 1/1000.

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()kay. PLT resuming T002, had a little interruption there• Let's see if we can get the right trackings here. Man, this is really hard. Well, I'll tell you, body posture is extremely important. Not Just _portant - every - almost everything. being able to stabilize your body. And .... that should be a major part of this experiment. Stand by. Well, I don't have much faith in this - ability you have - have a high contrast - the type that ... Skylah, Houston, we're 1 minute from LOS ..•

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Alfa 3 is 86; Alfa 4 is 7; Alfa 5 is 66; Alfa 6 is reading 46. Okay, it's a switch 3 low, so that's all right and low. Bravo 2 is reading 56; Brave 3 is reading 79; Brave h is reading 75; Bravo 5 is reading 7h; Bravo 6 is reading 48; Bravo 7 is: reading 23; Bravo 8 is reading about 1 percent; Bravo 9 is reading 5 - 58; Charlie 2 is reading h4-i/2; Charlie 3 is reading 88; Charlie 4 is reading 72 ; Charlie 5 83; Charlie 6, full scale low, or actually not, it's reading about zero. And again a 6. It's nt_nber B switch, so we_'re in a low; we're 811 right. Charlie 7, 50; Delta 2 is 86; Delta 3 is 85; Delta h is 75; Delta5 is 13; Delta6 is 56; IM_Ita 7 is reading 51. Okay. Waiting for T minus 5. Think I'm gonna go configure the cu..aand module now. Okay. A note, in case I failed to mention it. Nmnber 1 camera only advanced two frame counts during the test sequence. All the rest of them advanced three frames. Okay, the maneuver looking okay. ... Arld, we don't have a _fS AUTO till toward end of the run. Okay. CAL is in and

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PLT

CAL 3 switch position.

is in the low

CDR PLT CREW PLT PLT CDR

CAL 3 is low, huh? L_-h_m. Is both ... ? Yeah. Right here. Oh, I'm sorry, yeah, there's one over there. Utility, you mean. Don't you?

PLT PLT

That's the tape - the old tape recorder's hooked up to this. YOu know the one - the one that we use - that up there. old tape recorder

CDR PLT

Yeah, that's

not a bad idea.

Let me take a look at your map Just a second there, Jet. Okay. Yeah, we'll get Tulsa in there _-= get caught doing that. Tihat's - those are 88 nautical miles square. So that's about, _h_t, _Imost a degree off the the side, about B quarters of a degree off to the side. That's a degree, oo* the square we're taking was - That's 60 miles there.

CDR 012 16 35 38 PLT

PLT

CDR PLT

Yeah. 1120, so, we're taking about that bit a square with the EREP csmera.

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CDR PLT

Yeah. So we'll get Tulsa get Oklahoma City. Okay, T minus 5. MODE to READY. and probably

012 16 36 26

PLT

MODE - 192,

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PLT

DOOR OPENED. I got light. I got a 192, READY li *** And I'm going to CHECK. Sl90, HEATER SWITCH OFF light off. Man this has got to be the worst nomeclature I have ever - I stt_ble read it. over that every time I

012 16 37 46

PLT

CDR PLT

Me, too. HEATER SWITCH OFF light off! Okay lights are checked. Camera waiting for T minus 3. Csmera position i is only advanced two frames - two frame counts on the test. Yeah, I heard you say that. Lots of blue water. Okay T 'minus 3. Prooperate configuration: TAPE RECORDER, READY on. 92, ON; READY, DOOR, OPEN. out; CHECK;

/_ CDR CDR 012 16 38 38 PLT

ON;

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PLT

012 16 38 50

PLT

91, ON; READY, on_ COOLER, ON; DOOR nailed OPEN. 90, ON; READY, out. Standby; and the door is verified open; HAD to STANDBY; READY, out; SCAT 0FF; READY, out; ALTIMETER, OFF; FEADY, out.

012 16 38 56

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012 16 39 13

PLT

94, ON; READY, on; TVlS n_mber ].33, POWER, ON; and VIDEO select TV. I'm gonna verify that. Okay, we do have TVIS 1335 POWER, ON; VIDEO select to TV and standing by for the OPERATE. Okay. Okay, 5 seconds to 16:42. Stand by MARK. ALTIM_'I'ER to STANDBY.

012 16 42 00 012 16 43 lO

PLT CDR PLT

(_eck it. I'm trying to get it straightened out first. ... *_w gonna reach. Well, I don't know. Nope, it doesn't look like it is.

PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT CDR

Another good idea bites the dust. ... Not mumbling yet, so I guess he made it. One minute. Let's see, here's cme right up here. That will ... take that ... closer.

PLT

CDR PLT

I think it's a little better. Standing by for 45:20, I minute from now. Okay, we should be picking up BaJa, California in about 48:30 46:30. u*u Houston, we're through Texas. Hello, Hank. monitoring

CDR

mmm

CC

you

CDR PLT

Okay Hank at 45:20, here, I go down link swi%ch position 9 and I'd like for you to verify signal.

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CC CDR PLT 012 16 h5 20 PLT

Okay,we'll lookat it. Okay, we're coming up on BaJa. Stand by MARK. Switch position waiting for 45:32. MARK. RAD, OFF. 9And

012 16 45 32 012 16 45 38

PLT PLT

Waiting for 38.

MARK. ALTIMETER ON and ALTIMETER UNLOCK light _mmediately. Still have a READY light .... EREP _ART i second late. 53, 190, _)DE to AUTO. Stand by MARK. MODE to AUTO. Waiting for 46:06. Get a good TAPE MOTION light. Stand by MARK. 46:06. 192, MODE, READY. Mall light now a green light. Good show. 46:12. Okay, SCAT to STANDBY 94 MODE to MANUAL. Waiting for 46:35. I got do_nling data.

012 16 h5 53

PLT

012 16 46 06

PLT

012 16 h6 17

PLT

CDR PLT

Good. Okay, waiting for 46:35. Aad the ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is out. MARK. CAL 3 switch to HIGh. Waiting for 74:05. ALTIMETEH UNLOCK light's ON again. Still have a READY light. TAPE MOTION's still green. Looking good. MARK. There's 47 minutes. Okay,

012 16 h6 36

PLT

012 16 47 01

PLT

47:05.
012 16 47 05 PLT MARK. DOWNLING switch position 7- And you might verify signal again. Okay. ETC to AUTO at h7:12. Okay 47:48's running next. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light is still on, but I still have a READY light. Waiting for 47:48. Stand by -

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012 16 47 48

PLT

MARK. Okay, 192, MODE to CHECK. 54 1 want 190, INTERVAL to 20. There we go, INTERVAL to 20. At 14 even and MARK. We have ETC to STANDBY. good downlink on position 7.

PLT 012 16 48 00 PLT CC PLT

Eogere. And I'm turning ALTIMETER, OFF. 15 seconds. Lost my READY light. Gee, we're
E.OW.

CDR

into a solid

overcast

PLT

Okay in about 15 seconds ALTIM_'I'_:I_ coming back ON. And have a HEADY light. Waiting for 48:52. Stand by MARK. DOWNLINK switch position•to OFF. Waiting for 49:33. While I got a couple of seconds here, I only got two frame count advance on camera position number i when I did the camera checkout, Hank. Copy. That's 190 canera checkout. Every all the rest of tham advanced 3, but number 6. And, the ALTIMETER's hanging in there. Standing by for 49:33. Now I've got an ALTIMETER, UNLOCK light, but I still have a READY light. MARK. ALTIMETER to STANDBY ; RAD to STANDBY. And 45 1 want SCkI'TERO_'I'I_E, ON. And RADIOMETER, ON. Stand by MARK. SCAT, ON; and BAD, ON. Two READY lights. Okay, everything's looking pretty clean here. ...

012 16 48 51

PLT

CC PLT

012 16 49 33

PLT

012 16 49 45

PLT

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CDR

There's Laker [?] and the Draper Reservoir. Yeah, I got them all in sight. Great ! Get a little press on. data here and then

PLT

CDR

PLT

Think we can pick up the Keystone Dam in about l0 seconds. Okay, 51 :30 coming up about one minute, Ed. ETC to AUTO, sgain. Az_d Lake Thunderbird. Shawnee - Shawnee'll be right off to your left there, Jer, in case you' re interested. Okay. Gotta get up and look for snow cover now. Boy, sure is getting light out. No that's cirrus - cirrus over ... Okay, 51:30 cc_ning up. l_m gonna try to get my snow cover right next %0 St_ Louis. Okay, ETC to AUTO, Ed. MARK. And 190 INTERVAL to 10. Waiting for 52:h0. Okay, I got St. Louis; we'll get our snow-cover data and St. Louis at the same time. I'm gonna be Just north of St. Louis. Zooming in on the uniform snow-covered area between the two rivers north of St. LOuis. Right up against the river. Okay, I'm good here till 50.

PLT

CDR PLT

CDR

PLT CDR

PLT 012 16 51 30 PLT

CDR

PLT CDR

_Id stand by for

52:h0.

Okay, now, I'm gonna move to the right toward the city of ...

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_ 012 i0 52 4Q

PLT PLT

Stand by _SIRK. 52:40. the 192. MODE to READY on

CDR

Right at Lambert airport. Right in a clear area. Right in the middle of - between the runways. Okay, and we got a good TAPE MOTION light. McDonald Douglas, we're taking a picture of you. Standing by for 53:50. 53, okay, Now I'm gonna try to get Chicago. That one ought to be easy with Lake Michigan there. If there if there's not cloud cover. Chicago is left 8.6.' Lake Superior. There is

PLT

CDR

PLT CDR

PLT

CDR f PLT 012 16 53 50 PLT CDR

Ten seconds till 53:50. MARK.

Stand by -

53:50, 192, MODT to CHECK. *w* Ready.

Okay, Chicago coming UP. •.. so much snow. Okay .., Chicago now. Okay, waiting for 5h:24.

CDR PLT 012 16 54 2h PLT

Stand by and

MARK. SHUTTER SPEED to MEDIUM; the R'fC to STANDBY in about 30 seconds, Ed.

CDR

Boy, I'll tell you the ice around Chicago makes it difficult to see the shape of the lake. Okay. Get ca up for auto ... Okay, ten seconds, Ed. Stand by -

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012 16 55 01

PLT

MARK. ETC is going to STANDBY; ALTIMETER, MODE 5; range, 76. Waiting for 58 even. ... at 56:2h. Okay, I'm sitting at plus pitch, and *** 0.3 - Hello, Buffalo. *** 56:2h we'll do our thing. Oh, that must be it. DAC's ON. Taking data. Okay, we're north of Ottawa, I believe. We Just flew over the airport when I - okay, stopping the data .... to Quebec. DAC's up to plus 5. Saw an airport go gy and I shifted at that time. Okay we hit Quebec at 57:25. And let's see, that wants to be RIGHT 3.3. Yeah, it's Just cloudy. No, it's cleated up again. There goes -nope. Okay, I'm going on TIME. I don't see any metropolitan sreas and I'm in the clouds. The CAMERA's ON. Okay, waiting for 58 minutes. There's minus 5. CAMERA's, OFF. Now I'm not so sure I saw Quebec. Stand by MARK. SCAT to STANDBY. Waiting 5 in the

CDR CDR

sPT CDR

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CDR

CDR CDR

PLT CDR

PLT 012 16 58 O0 012 16 58 01 PLT PLT

MARK. RAD to STANDBY. for 58:18.

012 16 58 18 _

PLT

MARK. RAD, ON. 58:40. And about 15 seconds, Ed, ETC to AUTO again. Stand by

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012 16 58 h0

PLT

MARK it. 58:40. 192, MODE to I$]ADY; ETC to AUTO. And I got a good TAPE MOTION light on the ... Must be getting ice out on this 192. Yeah. Are we up over the Gulf of St Lawrence? Yeah. Too cloudy to see any ice though, darn it. ... Right over that island up there. Actually we're passed it now. Okay, stand by. Waiting for 59:30.

CDR PLT

CDR

PLT CDR

PLT 012 16 59 30 PLT

MARK. 192, MODE to STANDBY. Waiting for 59:54. *** the end of the island. It's

CDR

up there in the gulf. I'll go ahead _ud give him a little data right here, on the tip of the end of the island. CDR CDR 012 16 59 54 PLT Okay, I can't even hold it. .,. MARK. 190, INTERVAL 17 minutes even, _C MARK. Okay, waiting to 20. to STANDBY, for 06. And waiting

Ed.

012 17 00 01 012 17 00 06

PLT PLT

MARK. RAR to STANDBY. for 20. C_9od ice data. a little bit. Stand by -

CDR

Let's Just take

PLT

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012 17 00 20

PLT

MARK. 00:20, 193 ALTIMET_:H, ON. Got a HEADY light and a malf. ALTIMETER, UNLOCK. Okay, l'm taking ice data on an _rea that is starting to ice up on real well. I take it from lO degrees down to zero, down to the nadir. And the UNLOCK light went out. Still have a READY light. **w going LOS; we'll see you again at 2 o'clock. Roger. UNLOCK light again. READY light. Still have a

CDR

PLT

CC

CDR PLT
.f--

CDR CC CDR

Hank, you still with us? Sure. Okay, I'm not so sure i got Chicago cm that special 07, that alternate. I may have been Toledo. I couldn't tell because there's so much ice on the lake, it's hard to locate the shoreline, but the city was not big enough to be Chicago.

PLT

()kay ALTIMETER, POWER going to STANDBY. Lost my READY light. Hey_ you also missed Sand Spring s there, Jet. That was ... Unforgiveable! Son of a gun, to ... you in

CDR 012 17 01 49 PLT

Dadgum, I - I tried there too. ( Llaughter )

CDR 012 17 52 PLT •

ALTIM_"I'ERPOWER going back ON, and I got a READY light. And an ALTIMETER L_LOCK light Again.

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CDR PLT

Got that AUTO CAL yet? No, but it's cc_ing about 4 minutes. up at 06:45,

CDR

Okay. Let's see, I do the maneuver, I believe, at ll. So we've got plenty of time. Waiting for 03:40, by next event. 3:have an ALTIMETER UNLOCK light, but I still have the READY light. Now I lost my READY light again. ()kay, I'll go to STANDBY for 15. That's good, back on; we Just had a 7. READY light. Okay, the ALTIM_f_:R is looking all right for the moment. There's the unlock light at 16, 03:16. It looks like it's goint to the HEADY light's going to hang in there until time to turn it off. Stand by.

PLT

012 17 03 17 •

PLT

012 17 03 41

PLT

MARK. ALTIMETER to STANDBY, running 73; you're waiting for 0B:55. Got it on again. MARK. 03:55 with ALTIMETER ON. for 05:40. There's the [_LOCK light; that came on at Oh:lB. Still have a [READY light. Okay, lost my READY light; goint to STANDBY. At 04:37 so at the 50 I'll go back to the ON position. Waiting

012 17 OB 55

PLT

012 17 04 14

PLT

012 17 04 36

PLT

012 17 04 50

PLT CDR

MARK.

That's

to ON on the ALTIM_'I'_H.

Okay, this is the CDR. i have a suggestion for these nadir for you special ll's, these little nadir ... - UNLOCK light at 09. I think it would be a good idea if you would us a 45 degree ptich gimbal time

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012 17 05 i0

PLT

give

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so that we can locate our target. And then we'll hit IMC at plus 5 degrees and come off of it at minus 5 degrees. And I think that would give us a little better chance of finding our target. Both Ottawa arid Quebec, it was a little diffic111t for me to find the target; and if I had been able to start early, it might have given a little better data. PLT 012 17 05 40 PLT CDR Stand by. NM_RK. REFERENCE 2 on the 191. Okay.

h5-degree time would have been very good for Hawaii and Quebec. Little less that a minute, need an AUTO CAL, Jer. Okay. I'll give you a call. S]cylab, Houston. We 're back we're through Madrid for 9 minutes. Roger, Hank. And I lost my READY light; going to STANDBY on the ALTIMETER for 15 seconds. We've got another 2,3 seconds of data anyway. 30 seconds, Jer. I'ii

PLT
/

CDR PLT CC

CDR 012 17 06 Ol PLT

CDR PLT CDR 012 17 06 17 PLT

Okay. what time is it, doing those? 6:45. Okay. Okay, got a HEADY light again. Looking good. Okay, about lO seconds, Jer; 45 on my mark. MARK. VTS AUTO CAL.

012 17 06 45

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CDR PLT CDR PLT 012 17 06 55 PLT

Yo,Lgot 55.

it.

Okay, I'm going to doff the hat. Stand by _LAHK. ALTIMETER to STANDBY, MODE to 3, frame 70. Okay, and I want 190 READY out at 7 minutes even, and it is; MDDE to STANDBY, it is. Waiting for 7:13, for ALTIM_'I',:2 ON. Stand by MARK. Got it. Okay, things looking good. Waiting for the next event in was 9 minutes. ALTIMETER UNLOCK light at 08:07. Still havea READY light. ()kay, coming up on 9 minutes. MARK. MODE to MANUAL on 194. Waiting for READY on on the 191 at 9:25. ALTIMETER - Wow, it Just went out. Okay, that's 09:12, I went off with the ALTIMETER switch. READY on, there we go. At 28 I'll came back on with the ALTIMETER. Okay, got a READY light. Okay, I got 30 more secones of data. 5 seconds. ',Btand by _ MARK. ALTIM_I'ER to STANDBY. EREP to STOP. Okay, both PLT _mo getting ready for the maneuver there. Rog. We're finished, Jer. Getting _y post card out, if you'll pardon the expression. Bravo 7 is reading correction, that's DOOR CLOSED. 2 - correct 33. 92's going

012 17 07 13

PLT

012 17 08 09

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012 17 lO 00

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*_* or, Houston. CAn you verify a couple of switches for us on the ATM panel? C_ ahead. Okay, under H-ALPHA we'd like to verify the H-ALPHA 1 switch is in AUTO, and H-ALPHA 2 HEATER switch is to PRIMABY. ()kay. H-ALPHA 1 was in AUTO, and I Just put the HEATER }_IMARY. switch in

CDR CC

CDR

CC 012 17 18 28 CDR

Good. This is the CDR at 17:18 Zulu. _ne subject is EREP S190 frame count: 0284,'0007, 9369, llh0, 0076. C',DR out.

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012 15 38 00

SPT

BPT at 15:38. Debriefing the ATM pass began at 15 - at 14:47. Building blocks were run as per pad. 55 received an additional MIRROR AUTO RASTER and 28 on the GRATING and also at 4 - another one at 426. 52 received a PATROL, excuse me, a STANDARD MODE at the very end of the orbit in order to try to get a look at the densities in the ... coronal structure. SPT out. This is PLT. The time is 15:56 with the frame counters on the S190 csmera and 9967.

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PLT

PLT at ... Delta 48 percent. PLT out.

06 is reading

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PLT 8C

()kay, the PLT at ... minus i0 al_roximately. Okay, lets get this reading. Okay, we're reading Alfa 02 at zero; Alfa 03 is 86, Alfa 04 is 79, Alfa 05 is 66, Alfa 06 is reading 46. 0kay •.. 3 low. So, thats all right; we're on low. Bravo 02 is reading 56, Bravo 03 is reading 79, Bravo 04 is reading 75, Bravo 05 is reading 74, Bravo ...

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012 18 05 20

PLT

.'

Okay, it's the PLT. I'm going to try again on the T002-h. Get set up here. Very strange looks like I don't have enough travel light. _ .......... the stop again. Hit What's the matter? Is that the way it works? Moving far away? Is that _- No that horizon's not any farther away hers than it was any place else. }T,,,,,,,,_. Strange inded. There's a lot about this I instrument I don't understand.

CREW 012 18 08 53 PLT PLT

....right up here on top of the ... Okay. .., get a hard stop. I don't understand. 9931 ... 305 and I Can't get bbth pieces in here; I don't understand this. It's got goodhorizon, too. It's wierd. Maybe It'll go in it the other way.

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PLT PLT 012 18 Ii _5 PLT PLT 012 18 12 15 PLT PLT 012 18 12 46 PLT PLT 012 18 13 14 PLT CC

Now l'm getting Okay. MARK. Stand by. Okay.

it.

04028.

Stand by. MARK. 04018.

Stand by. MARK. Stand MARK. 03995. by. 0_030.

Skylab, HoUston, through Hawaii for 4 minutes.

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PLT CC

Stand by. And Skylab, HOuston. If you can, hold off using your _"rR until after the Goldstone pass, we can give you minutes of the _FI_R. Okay, Hank, we'll do that.

SPT PLT 012 18 14 22 PLT

Stand by. MARK 0_091. Changing better position here; ...

_et a little PLT CC

look at your

Okay, stand by. And for the CDR. I think we cut out there going over the hill last night. We do have your food in_ntory and we're studying it. Okay, MARK. fine Hank. 038 - 03875.

CDR 012 18 15 34 PLT CC

... that E_ pass you all did last looked llke a real goody. Stand by. MARK. 030_4.,:

PLT 012 18 16 08 PLT CC

Skylab, HOuston. One minute to I_S. We'll aee you at Goldstone l_minutes from now. _tand by_ MA_. Hey 03929. ()kay, stand MARK. ... 0373_. ' Okay, stand by. I got a good

...

PLT 012 18 16 29 PLT

one there.

PLT 012 18 16 47 PLT CC PLT

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012 18 17 13 012 18 17 35 012 18 18 01 012 18 18 24

PLT PLT PLT PLT

MARK. MARK. MARK

03970. 03956. 03870.

Stand by. Stand by.

Stand by.

MARK 03999. And that one was a questionable. I don't know how to read that. The numbers that I see are 039 and a zero. I think it 03998. Stand by. Hey, Ed. This time to SOLAR INENTIAL? ... MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK 03906. 03939. 03852. 03818 Stand by. Stand by. Stand by. a are _u going

CDR

SPT 012 18 19 O0 012 18 19 30 012 18 19 55 012 18 20 14 PLT PLT PLT PLT

and now I have

horizon is Just excellent. Stand by. CC 012 18 20 31 012 18 20 46 PLT PLT Skylab, MARK. MARK. there .,. 8rand MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. by. 0385_. 0_Oh0. O3990. 03995. Stand Stand Stand Stand by. by .... by. by. HOuston, 03839. through by. ..

Stand

03930. We're not quite yet. Stand by.

CREW PLT 012 18 21 07 012 18 21 29 012 18 21 h6 012 18 22 02 012 18 22 25 PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT

MARK. 03955. Okay, I'_ Just about to loose my horizon, I

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think .... lousy ... really c,z--,_ypiece of equipment. Doggone head set. Okay, let see. l'm Just about at - Let's see if I lean down here, I may be ablt to get one more. Here we go. 012 18 23 14 PLT MARK. 03965. There good marks here. are pretty

012 18 23 42

PLT

MARK. 04001 and I going to stop. Can't see the horizon anymore. Wait a minute .... Mexico coming up. Okay, that should be enough for right now. PLT out. PLT. Time is 18:25 and reporting on handheld p_otograph, handheld photograph frame number 15, in Charlie X0ray 50 - Picture of the turn four level Kern-Tule River watershed in California. Taken at f/16 on the 100-millimeter lens, 1/250, Hasselblad. Okay, PLT continuing with the horizon sightings. Okay, stand by. Skylab, HOuston. from LOS Bermuda MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 0_Oh2. 03990. 04012. 03955. 03908. 03962. 03987. We're 1 minute at 33. by. by.

012 18 23 55 012 18 26 14

PLT PLT

012 18 28 35

PLT

CC

012 18 29 21 012 18 29 39 012 18 30 02 012 18 30 18 012 18 30 47 012 18 30 57 -012 18 31 09

PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT

Stand Stand

Stand by. Stand by.

Stand by. Stand by. Stand by.

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012 18 31 19 012 18 31 32 012 18 31 42 012 18 31 54 012 18 32 05 012 18 32 16 PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT SC MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 0391 - 03920. 04000. 04050. 04000. Stand by.

Stand by. Stand by. Stand by. Stand by.

" 04 - 03987.

MARK. 03990 . Stand by. That's all I can give you. I'm starting to get a terminator. PLT out. The PLT. Time is 18:38. Reporting handheld at 18:37. Ice in the Gulf of St. L_wrence. Frs_e 17, guess that's frame 16 on Charlie X-ray 50, taken at 56 100-millimeter lens, 1/250. Ed;'are No. you using the recorder_

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012 18 44 30

CDR SPT

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012 18 53 18

sFI'

SPT at 18:53, ATM pass following the maneuver hack frca Z-local verticle. Only had around 12 minutes or so. S I went Sun center. And rather than building block 32, I gave it a building block 2. It order to pick off the densities in the corona again a little bit better seeing as we were Just going to take a snapshot. 50_2 received a STANDARD MODE; 56, PATROL NORMAL. I let the 55 run at the MIRROR AUTO RAS'A'JsI_ 426. 54 received a MSO

S256.
012 18 54 16 SPT PLT SPT out. PLT. The tilae is 19:00. With the limb Volume. Subject is the PLT. Left

012 19 02 12

arm: Standby.
PLT Okay, first will be the left arm. 170, 158_ 165, 175, 193, 214, 238, 258, 260, 266, 261, 25_, 246, 260, 263, 270, 28h, 286, 290. Right arm: i75, 168, 170, 182, 202, 232, 259, 270, 278, 282, 272, 263, 260, 266, 271, 277, 288, 290, 313. Left 'leg: 220, 202, 205, 224, 241, 260, 282, 306_3_0, 336, 323, 312, 327, 340, 3_1, 3_1', 354, 389, 409', 450, 454, 468, 496, 502. Righ_ leg: 202, 200, 208, 228, 240, 269', 291, 316, 332, 321, 311, 31h, 338' 3h3, 340, 356, 367, 392, 432, 470, h72, h88, 496, 512, 504. PLT out. Contin_at_,on o_'TV-101. For this series, we'll ,work with rotaitou un one side ouly, with three different spacing and three different water volume s . Since t_e' last series of runs, a couple changes _have _een made. One Is the disks ha_e been tak4_ off and replaced. They were put hank on same d_sk use and this time "_then" made sure that _hey are parallel !or perpendicular
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012 19 03 58 012 19 06 08

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to the axis of

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the rods. And perpendicular - I should say parallel, to th_,=elves. And also, the it has been ... putting on the edges but not the fla$ part of the disk, Just to keep the - the water from wetting the edges end not giving us a xlean flat surface from which the work. And this one's spacing is five-eighths of an inch. Water volume is 6 cc total. And we'll try to rake these rotations a little hit slower than 012 19 08 18 SPT CC PLT CC PLT CC they were yesterdey.

Okay, here we go. PLT, Houston.

Roger. ... ..° ... Okay... end we'll about 20 seconds from LOS... at 28.

see you at Honeysuckle

Okey...
012 19 16 3_ PLT PLT with an addendum to the ] _mb volume _eenurement. This is - 19:16 Zulu and neck at Adam's al_le, 35.5 centimeters. Chest inspired, 28.2; expired, 94.8. Waist at TR.8; hips, 87.8, ,.. 22.9 centimeters. 012• 19 17 05 PLT PIE out.

TIME

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012 20 17 38 CDR ... came out okya. I don't see any significant change in the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH from the last time I looked at it with Ed which was about 2 hours ago. So that's fairly stable, at least, over one daylight pass. And XUV MON was relatively quiet and unchanged.

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Since the last pass. There's lots of brightness on the limb - with about 3, 4 minutes to go at the end of this pass I went around and Just kind of surveyed - the active regions in H-ALPHA. They're not too terribly hot right now. And - we'll Just keep any eye on them and hope maybe something will pop up here pretty soon. CDR out. PLT, M092/171 run on the SPT. Recording for MISI purposes, the completion of M092 at 20.'20 hours. For MI71 data we have Ng, 09 C02: 1015, 1191, excuse me, that's 1015.- For CAL N O Ho0 it's 1191, for cabin air pressure _996. Cabin air percent 02, 7158. Percent C02, 2.23. 5703, 5475. Precent H20, 3.63. Fire capacity 5676,

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It gave us about a 25 or oh, 30 degree ROLL maybe to the left of vertical - so the SLIT w_sn't exactly radial to the llmb, but f_[rly good. And then about 15 minutes later I was sorry I picked that point because the part of the prominence to the left of it about i0 to 15 are seconds brightened up and sts_ed bright through the whole rest of the pass and I felt badly that I had picked the wrong little piece there to look at, but I see the next - next pass I have has - has me moving to the left, so - oh, it's not much though, it's only half of the width of the ...

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So anyway, you're not getting the best piece, I think, but at any rate, it's a good - a good hunk of the prominence. It sure looks to me llke that prominence tryingto get is Joined up on top; I imagine it is Joined and you just can't see it_ But it looks llke _i'great bit huge loop prominence is what it looks llke and we Just can't see the top of the loop, b_t you can sure see t_ two - the two feet of it.

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In the building block 37, I kind of changed the order of things a little bit in _55. I better clue you in on that so you'll know what I was doing there. The MIRROR position 0632, 0832, 1232, no problem there. And then I did a 0232 and then I did the SLIT center. That's for the - that was for the building hlTS_k 37 that was scheduled for 16 to go.

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And I figured I'll go ahead and do the 0232 and then get a SLIT center snd then I had some time left over while I was waiting for 82B the 8 minute exposure to time out so I went back to 0232 of the rain on the MIRROR yet and then let it run and it ran _]_ost another complete - cycle so we got lots of MIRROR position 0232 data and everything else came out okay. I don't see any significant change in the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH from the last time I looked at it with Ed, which was about 2 hours _o. So that's fairly stable, at least the one daylight pass, and the XUV MON was relatively quiet _md unchanged since the last pass. Lots of brightness on the lime. With about 3 or 4 minutes to go at the end of this pass, I went around and Just kind of surveyed the active regions in H-alpha and they're not too terribly hot right now. And, we'll Just keep an eye on them and hope maybe s_nething will ]pop here_rettysoon. up

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CDR out. ]PLT, ... 2 - 171 run on the SPT. Recording for M151 purposes the eompletion of M092 at 20:20 hours. For MI71 data, we have N202 C02,

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_le only thing I experiencedas w that, around last minute or so, the pulse pressure narrowed a bit, aud the heart rate went above a hundred. But I experienced no frustration at st1. As a matter of fact, I slept through most of it. One factor related to all this that still puzzles me is the - showing that there is no correlation between the amount of excess or replaced abdominal fluid you have in your body and your performance on the LBNP .... insinuates that with excess - with fluid mostly linked up salt and water but it

seems Just from the mechanics of it that that would have a short term affect. 012 21 18 hl SPT The long term affects of which we've talked about over the last science conference I've done with Terry as far as the conditioning of the vessels, over a long period of time that's - that's all well r _md good_I'm gladto see that happening. But I would think that on a short term basis the amount of fluid which your body has in it would •certainly play a role in your responses. 9mother ... related ..., I am afraid one was that I did experience some mild aching in the backs of my legs, up at 15 millimeters. I experienced it mostly in the right and in the ... in the knee " backside of the leg by the knee, and in the vitamin D that ...... vitamin D and up and up a little bit and to the muscles - to the hamstring muscles. Not - not really inside_ more on the - on the surface of the ... leg. In no way very painful; it's Just noticeable. 012 21 19 42 SPT SPT out.

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_.PT at 21:19. Subject is HHh6. Although, for the HH46 people, the weather over Lake Ontario is usually clobbered in and I'm afraid we can't observe weather very much in the way of close to the surface. It's

only the gqneral overall conditions that we observed. It's pure, thick overcast; however, on the other lakes especially during the local vertical pass which was made over the lakes during the EREP - that was done this morning. I don't have the exact time at my disposal. Hold on. 012 21 21 ll SPT Okay, that run over the Great Lakes was made at around 16:50 this morning. And in the way of weather I've noticed phenomena that I've seen before and talked about, but I'll mention it once again. And that was convection coming off the center of the lake, Eiving you a cloud buildup at the center of the lake and relatively clear around the shores. And I saw this at both Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. Lake Huron, to some extent. However, I also saw cloud streakssuperimposed upon this. These clouds - the cloud streaks were from e_st the west to east, so that they were perpendicular to this long backbone, if you will, runnlng' donw Lake Michigan and parallel to that running along Lake Superior. I've also noticed a continu_tion of ice ... in the northeast portion of the lakes, in this case Lake Superior, up in the northeast. I would suspect that the temperatures are lower and the winds would tend to blow the ice to that _side. And that's morning. what I did observe this

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ice buildup, and they were - it was not a solid sheet, it was a series of broken Jagged tracks, maybe 1 or 2 miles or so in - in size; mostly long, angular ones, though, not - not squares, rectangles or so forth. Indeed, a long portion was running parallel to the coastline in both cases. There were some in Lake Huron, northeast again. And I think I noticed some - although I'm not sure again - in Lake Erie, to the northeast part of that portion of that, up towards Buffalo, but I'd better go easy on that one because it was ... slightly overcast in that region, Just before we go t to the heavy overcase on Lake Ontario. 012 21 23 37 SPT SPT out.

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This is the CDR at 21:hl Zulu, debriefing the s0:59 ATM pass. First, J0P 6, building block 32 ; no problems there. UOP hA, building block 37 went without any problem. The - I mentioned at the last debriefing of the last pass that I had wished that I had pointed a little bit to the "Left of the bright part of the prominence that I was pointed on and fortune smiled upon me because, when we came up on the next pass, _hat bright part in the left side had moved into the right side that filled up the gap between them and So when I pointed a little bit to 1_he left of where I was before we were still in nice - a nice coronal area there; we could see lolls of prominence and everything, so felt

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The - I played it straight this time with S055 and got everything done in order. Jumped into a second building block 37 and got things going very nicely til I was awakened by the ground and they said 82]3 WAVE.Lk_NGTH was supposed to be LONG, and that's right here on the pad. I Just flat blew it. I was busy trying to make the transf - transition very quickly from one building block to the next, in order to get it all - try to get it all done before truncation time. And I would have made it if I had used the right wavelength. As it Were, the 82B and the second J0P 37, which should have been at a

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WAVELk_GTH LONG for 2 minutes, was given to you in a WAV_J_k_NGTH, SHORT for 2 minutes. And I gave you about 3 and a 1/2 minutes of WAVEI_ENGTH, LONG, indeed, but when they finally woke me up and I terminated it and started it over again, and _d we got 5 minutes and 30 seconds worth of the other ones before we had to terminate due to_the maneuver. 012 21 43 51 CDR S055 got all its, data. We got our 02:32 and then another SLIT CENTER batch of information; or I should say SLIT CENTER first and then 02:32. I got all the other ones shut down early. They - they were all finished up, and so 82B 'I let run all the way to within about 12 seconds of maneuver time and then I shut it down. And that's how we got our 5 end minutes and 30 seconds. I'm sorry that, 82B.

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I really - really bungled that wavelength. So, again, I hope it doesn't leave too big a hole in your little data package, there. We'll debrief the - a little flare activity that was reported to me when I first got to the console, except that it was reported that it was active region 20 that wan doing the flaring and the only indications I had of any sort of flare activity was in active region 17, when I got over there and looked around.

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Well, let's see. That's about it. There's no significant change in the WHITE LIGHT CORONOGRAPH. Since two orbits ago, the two streamers that - the large streamer that split into two down at about 2hO is still there and looking very _trong. The large streamer out on the east limb looks almost to me like it's two streamers, one behind the other. The _ front one is about half the widtK of the base of the whole bright area, there; and then the other one is behind it and is not quite as bright and so then - and it starts the other half - it showed the other half of the base. It's as if you had two figures - one overlayed the other one a little bit and the one in the back is the dimmer of the two. Let's see; I guess that 's about it,_

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C',DR ut. o SPT at 21:50. Subject is ice; Great _._kes. Been getting another look; we Just went" over the lakes around a few _Linutes - h minutes ago. Got another {,_ood look at them. And in looking at the ice buildup I saw that the parts were there were small - eight small inlets were most all iced in.

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_d the largest one of these I would say is the one in Lake Huron, by, I believe it's ... City, and it's on the east - or west side in a little inlet running down to the south. Again, old, friendly Lake Ontario was clobbered over• That was the only one of the five lakes that was in that condition. The lakes - well we could take Lake Superior; there was ice in the-

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Sure enough, there's

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And it's got a little patch of plage on either side. *** pllicated it's - sunspot is - it looks like" it's really three or four sunspots all pt_nped together and the plage around it is beginning to kind of maneuver around. I di•d t_e the time to try to look for the neutral line ans see what it looks like, but it - it's beginning to look more complicated. And then I went on over to active region 20. I wanted to take a look at the prominence above that. And it looked like one of these stylized king of • Drowns. It had three - three points sticking up, and they came together at the bottom and - and the feet of the prominence •were actually down on the limb this time, so there is progress there. I forget to also mention that prominence 76, the one l've been working with so long. finally this pass cc_pletely filled in over the top. I got a hunch that .it's only one for the lower Spans of the loop. I think there's probably higher spans because, looking at my end of the loop, it looked like it branched off to the left mad that is to the south - branched off to south and connected up with other f_ont, low. But it looked like there were other branches going on up higher, and I couldn't see where they cut it - Where they, completed the" loop across the top. But anyway,'76 did, for awhile anyway, there, show a complete loop. It was a little bit film and hazy, hut it was indeed a complete loop. Getting back to active region 20 now. what I did is I went back ofer to 18 from looking at

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the prominence there at 20. Let's see, that prominence over 20 I guess is number 77. I went back over to active region 18, I laid the slit along the filament, and I did shopping list number 8 structure across the neutral line. I got a - had Just barely had time for a WAVELENBTH SHORT, Times 1/h on 82B I started a PATROL SHORT in the first minute of it. Was above h00 K; the second minute - the second half a minute there, was below h00 K. 55, I'm sorry, you guys were Just not at GRATING zero, so what I did is I - I set - set you GRATING outer AUTO SCAN, but I see I wasn't at Sun center, so I didn't do you much good anyway. I got - you got a GRATING AUTO SCAN at line 03 which is Up - up aways, so that didn't do you a heck of a lot of good. At any rate, 82B slit was laid right along the - the filament. ksd that's about all I had time for. The 012 23 33 39 CDR _3R out.

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Picking up again on another sequence for TV i01. This one will be a single rotation of the rod on the left, the 2-inch separation, total of 20 CCs water volume. We had some problem with the co_ this morning; I'm not sure how much of the information which I gave then got through so I'll go ahead and give it again. Changes which have been made since the _n fr_n yesterd_7: the two plates here have been taken off and then put back on so that they were

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the two rods and also parallel to one another in their mountings. The edges of the disk as well as the rods themselves have been covered with trltox so that the water will not wet the surface and give us _at we had in the previous run of water coming over one edge and giving us a little larger diameter (m one side than on the other. Okay, we'll move these fellows together here. You/ll note the bubbles ... in the red liquid, and the bubbles moved - and the bubbles they started oscillating, moved from the top on

the right to the plate. Now I've also increased the length of the string here wo we'll be able to get a. little more rotation out of it. First set up. We'll start off relatively slow. You know, those two runs which I did this morning, Just to document them, one was they were - both of them were single rod rotation on the left. First was that 1-3/8 inch separation lh COs above water in - Excuse me, the first one was 5/8 inches, 6 CCs, the second one was 1/38 inch, lh CCs. 012 23 55 21 SPT Okay, we're re_dy to rotate. Okay, we'll increase the speed a little bit. Okay, once again increase the speed. Okay, we - here we're getting into that one - I'll stop it here. That one mode where it will go divergent rather rapidly. Very little d_mping to it. Just the internal turbulence of the fluid apparently is the only thing that will damp it, Now watch those bubbles. As the fluid rotates it will probably to collect towards the center. noticed that in all the that we have spun of a liquid form. up here Bubbles tend We've

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go to the center. Like a gravity gradient, only a centrifugal force fradient. Okay, here we go again. Now that was unexpected, I have not seen that before. Okay, we got to link these two fellows up again. Here we go. Okay, that takes the last of - of these runs here. 012 23 57 49 SPT I think what we'll be picking up on here now is going back to the 1-3/8 inch separation and trying a few different items such as adding soap, adding bubbles to the fluid, and a few others.

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PLT, the time is 00:50. At 00:45 1 took two frames, Hasselblad frame ntnnbers 17 and 18 of the Aleutian Island chain. One at 5/8, the other at f/ll. Particular features in this - in these two photographs are the cloud formations which appear to be related to topography somewhat. And the all the nice ...craters that characterize the Aleutian Islands. And I had a vairly good show right straight up the - the line of the Islands.

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gonna go back and pick up A-3. Stand by 012 22 09 13 PLT MARK. Bravo - Next one I want is Charlie 2 and that's at 10:15. stand by MARK. Charlie 2.

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Stand by MARK. Okay, starting a 90-second on Charlie 2. Okay, there was - After the one on Bravo _, number 7 was a repeat of Alfa 3, 30 seconds. So the - when you're going through the fr-m_s, the seventh exposure will be a repeat of Alfa 3. I wou - I did not have the filter all the way up in position when I started that second exposure. And number 8 is a Charlie 2 ... Charlie 3, et cetera. Here's 1 minute. MARK. Film advance. Okay, I want Charlie 3. Stand by MA_(. Okay, there's a 90-second one starting on C'harlie. 3 Skylab, Houston, we show a couple _of minutes from LOS - 1 minute from now.

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Stand by _EK. Film advance. Okay s_id I want Charlie h, 5 seconds. _KRK. _RK. Advance film and now I want Delta 3. There's Delta 3 ... Stand by _RK. Okay. Okay, I went 20 seconds early on that one. Charlie, Charlie, Charlie There we go. I don't think it _kes that much difference. Looking right at that time, Huh' way it goes. too.

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30 seconds. Stand by F_RK. Film advance. And now we want Delta h. And stand by MARK at 30 past the minute and we will set a 2-minute exposure. Starting at 15:30. That'll run to 17:30. Okay, we're in good shape. Bill? Yeah. Okay. gyros yet?

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new subject. This subject is Earth observations, handheld targets. The - this was on a i_ss which took us over the U.S. starting at 18:24 and ending at about 18 :B4. At ]_:24, I know - I took one l_oto of Walker Lake EREP site number 45. which is That's

on frame number 42, taken a 5.6, i/i000. Let's see - that's with a Nikon 300. Okay, at 3_8:30, I took a picture of Minneapolis, frame number Minnesota, 41. That's that's Charlie

][-ray 40 in the cassette, agai n 5.6, over I000. AT 18:33, I again sighted the volcanic ring that's up in Canada, north of the St. Lawerence River. And this was a particularly good shot. We were right over it _md I - I also was kind of interested in what the field of view of the 300 _s. I took %he picture with the field with the 300'Just literally completelyfilled. In fact, overfilled with volcanic ring. I'm going to :Bee what the ' be i_terested to photo looks when

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I 'm not sure. Anyway that was exposure number - frame number 40, taken at 5.6 and 1/100O. Then at 18:34, we crossed the Gulf of St. Lawerence. I took two photos, one south and one north of Anticosti Island. These are photos alike. They're frames number 39 and 38, 5.6, I/I000. And then I looked up toward the Goose Bay area and Just about north of the • St. Lawerence - Gulf of St. Lawerence, I noticed a a - a group of mountains - to the southeast of a large lake. And the mountains had very strong, very noticeable straight linear fracture patterns in them. And they were crisscrossed. And so I took a picture of that. That's frame number 37. A@_in I debated going to _.5 hut I decided with all the snow, I'd stick to 5.6. That's 5.6, over lO00. Another item _, I - as I mentioned air to ground, I noticed the dircular structure that I have been - that I've reported near Minneapolis. I finally located it on the ground _uud it - I told them that it • was on a line between Minneapolis _md Chicago, Just about midway in between where the Mississippi and another river forks off to the east. And it's in the southeast corner of that fork, you might say. That form makes up the northwest quadrant of that circular structure. And it - it's not anywhere near as _strong and apparent circular structure now a8 the one up in Canada is, but it is indeed still still visible asa

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circular-looklng thing on the ground. Another item I'd like to have you folks do, if you would, please, and that is send us up the name of that volcanic ring in Canada. I'm getting tiredof calling it the volcanic circular structure. And would you also give us the coordinates of that structure too so that we could sketch it into our maps. 012 2P 31 05 CDR CDR out.

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SPT at 01:03 ATM pass which begin at 00:07. It was all straightforward except for two slipups in the switch positions. One is - I got the - you know about the 5h, GRATING, IN when it should have been OUT. And 55 - I've been operating the panel all day in OPTICAL REF. Jerry came llp, w_s operating MECHANICAL, left the switch in MECHANICAL. "[ didn't notice it. So for 55, MIRROR, AUT0 RASTERs we had today were off by 102. MY apologies to you both. SPT out.

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at. 32 we'll do a POWER switch OFF. 30 seconds to go. Okay, my first mark will be RES_'f to START; second mark will be POWER, OFF. We've got i0 seconds to go. 013 01 2h 31 013 Ol 2h 32 CDR CDR MARK. 31. That does it. the operations

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This will be the same direction. We'll start off relatively slow and then stop .... Okay now, let's hold it up here and wait until our friend damps out a little. Don't want to get it going too violently. 11'ii wind up with a situation 11 did earlier today. By swinging the 20-cc syringe around to centrifuge out the s.ir bubbles a plunger managed to pop out and I improved the decor of the OWS walls, very unique pattern. Speckled grape Juice. Okay, there. We've not reached s. steady state. It starts to build up. Okay, I'm going to hold it here. Hold on, fellow! Okay. I think you can see the difference - yester - between yesterday and today in that it's not wetting the surface as much as I put Krytox(?). Normally, the way that behaved there, we would have seen the fluid come over the Side and start to wet the surface. Let me try to get these - We still have a few turns left, so let me try to get these fellows back together again. There we go. Okay. Okay, I'm going to pick up now. ...

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TV-IOI. This last one, which was repeated, is done a counter-rotation 2 inches 20-ec water volume. They're beautiful, at first. very slowly

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Okay, hold up here and let it damp. And osc_llatlon is not - doesn't appear to be a rotation; it's strictly translation hack and forth to the axes. This could take a little while. Okay. We'll w_ry slow. try going now,

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what happens to the bubbles. A_nd a close comparison of what we've seen before with the air injected. That's the only thing I csm see different in the difference in the mass motion of the water. SPT Then you see the substitution effect, higher portion being on the outside, the bubbles all kind of collect along the 8xis. Larger ones first; they're more buoyant, then the smaller. Ckay, finally, there's the old standard instability. Notice how the bubbles have all kind of collected right in the very center now. Okay, we'll pick this up again. See if we can't back over there. when to lean on go. Again that a little fast. get this fellow I don't know it. There we rotation was I started out

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Hasselblad stuff, which he's already reported. then I'll - 2,8. Wasn't

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)L_RK. ... he can pick up some of the option -__1854 39. Okay, I got a bunch of T002 stuff I can do, Hank; that's what I'm doing right now. Okay, and we're also looking at possibility of maybe a science demo, but we're not sure yet. Okay, I have that 107 I can also work right on. now;

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Well, okay. I'll practive in - in between times. But give me anything you want me to do, Hank. Standing by here. Okay. We're - we're going to - we may get some VrR later. I think Bob explained to you last night the problem we got with our VRT dump. Skylab, we're i minute see you at Honeysuckle 7 minutes. from LOS. We'll at 31; that's about

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Hank, have you been trying to take the recoorder? Let me explain here. I was Just getting ready to come to you here, Just before we went LOS. We're having to - we redesignated recorders. We've got to dump the experiment recorder too. And after we redesignate here, you may get that blinking light problem again. Okay. Fine. L Thank you.

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()kay, this is the PLT starting a TO02-1. And the temperature is 68 degrees. Do a null - quick null bias on Sirius. See you havy no filters in. And, let's see, put the old penlight out. Check the focus, minus 1.6; that's good. Okay, *lull bias coming up. MARK. _t_RK. MARK. MARK. wrong. MARK. MARK. 00000. 00010. 00018. 00039. U_an, something seems That can't be ...

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MARK. 00032. Now, that is a bad reading. Now, i must have to mo_d that one. Okay, I ought to watch what I'm doing with my hands here. MARK. O00h6. Okay, I got a suggestion. _[t's gonua sound paradoxical. The control should be easy to move, but you should be able to get your fingers

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off of it without moving it. I think l'm moving this thing occasionally. Man I - and that sounds like that's really levying an impossible requirement on you, but that's what you need. You need to be able to make very, very small adjustments easily, but you need to be able to , like if you had to in your right you were pressing a release. 013 15 06 20 PLT MARK. 000h9. Holding the release with your right hand and when you get it on there why adjust it with your left hand, o:r vice versa. It doesn't make any difference. Tihen you release the - you release your finger on your right hand from a button say that is the release in friction and tlhen that would lock the - the control in. One of the things is - a lot of the times is that seems like I'm caught between cogs in a gear. And I - I'm either not far enough, or:I'm too far and I can't get in between. And the other is that once I get it, I get a real good alignment of the stars, then whe_ I release my finger take my fingers off of the control, I - I move the knob slightly as I release it. 013 15 07 Oh PLT So I think that you ought to give serious consideration to that, if you want accuracy. Now, if you're satisfied with sort of mediocre scatter then the - this present system is fine. If you're really going forif you really want accuracy then you're gonna kid yourself because, first place if you - there's gonna be a certain amount of inherent friction in the gearing and so forth and it looks sliption and sticktion [sic]. And this is going to make it difficult for an operator to actually make a fine enough adjust with his fingers in order to give you the alignment. And then, in addition to that, if you give him'something that's nice and easy to move, in taking his fingers off of it he can move the thing slightly.

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-['msure that training, but up biting you let's - let's

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And my comment still holds that you need some kind of feature that permits you to make a very fine adjustment very easy with very small forces. But you need need to be able to take your finger off the control without moving it. And the only thing I could - I'm not - I'm not i a designer, the only thing I can suggest is that you'd be able to hold a clutch down with your rightfinger on your right hand while you're adjusting with the fingers on the left and then release the - clutch once you get the adjustment. But I - some of this scatter, I'm sure is due to that. 013 15 33 30 PLT MARK. 38535. Yeah, looks like the Sun's coming up here. Try to get a couple of more in. MARK. 38533. Yeah, they're off. They

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I'm leading up to a suggestion that we use a colored filter on the - on one star then you wouldu't loose track of it. Just a - you know like a - a a blue filter might be best. I don't know, or a red filter. Something that would enable you to code - code the stars so that when you move them together you don't loose track of one star over the other. But whe - when I'm - when I'm up and down - when I 'm holding this tlhing in front of me and have the - my fingers through this strap, the eyepiece at the top and the brand - and the battery at the bottom, I don't have that problem. When I'm holding it at an odd angel I do; I've noticed it before. And I think, in any event, it would it would assist the operator at least to have a colored filter available to code the - code one of the stars. Probably, it would also enable differentiate the star fields. you to I

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at the new active region that's coming around the corner, 21, I believe we're ,calling it. ]it's right on the limb from which we've seen an awful awful lot of surging. Saw the surging of the - or what looked like the start of surging at the very beginning of the orbit. I cannot be sure how long it was going on. So I elected to go to Sun center and do the Sun center operations, hoping that we would be seeing something in the corona. When I came back, I found out that wedid have a some change. The surging was still going on in the - in "that the material which I _ ihad seen previously, right close to the disk, was now slightly off the limb and the 55 was catching it as it was moving outward. 55 received a truncated MIRROR, AUTO RASTER that went down to line 15. We gave them a ... long one first down to line around h00° _d then went to truncated ones down to line 15 so that they would be looking at active region 17 and well as - or Sorry, active region 20, as well as 21. In looking at oxygen VI count, that went anywhere between 18,000 and 10,000, depending upon when I would happen to look it. I noticed appreciable time changes say about went in a minute. 56 received a long exposure from the two melted [sic] mirrors - filters they were interested in. Five and one, first one 8 minutes, second f_ _ne I let go to 9 minutes,

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before we got to hOOK. 823 because of the advancement, I gave them two sequences of WAVELENGTH, SHORT TIME 1/h. 013 15 52 28 SPT During the second one is when I noticed the appreciable change. When we started the exposure oxygen VI was 13. When we - 13,000 - and when we finished the sequence of exposures, it was up around 16,000. At the end of the crblt we went back and gave 52 a building block 32, a quickie. Okay, we're now in the next - the following orbit in which we did not plan to get, but EREP was selfish, so we have it. And I'm si_ting here essentially in a flare wait. I have56 in the AUTO, LONG. 55, I 'm doing truncated MIRROR, AUTO RASTERs. And the oxygen VI count again was 5:0,000 when I came up here. We're right on a point right above the limb. The limb is in - at 995, that's _nus 995 in the WHITE LIGHT, SLIT display. It is 990 for the 5 arc'seconds off the limb. Oxygen VI coUnt is again fluctuating, and also in the intensity H-ALPHA. I have not seen a great deal of intensity changes at all in the XUV Monitor in the whole region 21. That sure is enhanced. But no single bright points standing out. And ACTIVE REGION 16 also has so_e enhancement. 20 and 17, likewise. I realize we're looking at - right on the limb,

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so we're getting the doubling effect, limb brightening, but nonetheless, it is fluctuating and it is very bright and I feel it's the best place to be sitting right now. 013 15 55 19 SPT SPT out.

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SPT at 16:39. Debriefing the last ATM Pass which began at about 15:h0. I've already given you the information on the start of the orbit. I did not include, however, that we gave a buiI_ing block 132 at the beginning for 52 and AUTO, SHORT also was included for 56. We then went over to flare wait mode on active region 20 for 5 arc seconds off the limb. Looked tangent to the LIMB. Did truncated MIRROR, AUTO RASTERs down to around line 15 or 16, hoping to include pert of active region 20. Turned out I should have gone down a little bit farther than that. First one however, I did go down to around line h0, taking a good look at the total area. TI_ HEMAINING of 35 minutes, I gave 5h an MSIS 6h for some reTerence data. In ca_e we didn't go into the flare mode, they'd have something to refer to in the way of change. At 32 minutes TIME REMAINING we gave 82B a SHORT, TIMES l/h, at which time to oxygen VI count had gotten up to 16,000.

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I saw between 20,000 and 8,000 during that orbit. 013 16 41 07 SPT At lh :20 time Q4T, I saw point brightening over the active :region 20. I started the experiments in their respective flare modes, that's 54, MSIH 6h; 55, MLS; 56, AUTO, SHORT. And I believe I hit 5he OFF switch and then ON, but maybe we never made the OFF switch. But anyway, as I was looking a - an operate 3ight and figured I was in AUTO, SHORT, because that's the way the panel was configured and I believed I'd hit the STO?. I'll have to be more definite about it. 82A got a WAVELENGTH, SHORT times a WAVELENGTH, SHORT at exposure 82B, I did not give any exposure yet 'as we were not on the flare. 013 16 h2 Oh SPT 20.

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the flare modes, However, it started to fade almost as ._.oon as we gt there. At about 14:27 I noticed that the filament in that active region had become much darker, much more pronounced, than I recalled seeing it before when we first moved over. 013 16 hh 03 SPT SPT SPT out. To conclude off the orbit we did a building block 32 at the end for 52. However, we got lined up a little bit ]_ate and only got in around the first exposure and approximately half of the second one. f 013 16 hh 19 013 16 52 23 SPT SPT SPT out. SPT at 17:h2 - 16:52. Did an MhT. While it's fresh in r_ mind, let's talk about TV input stations and the whole [?V system. ... we've got in here is probably one of the worst examples of how not to design a system. Or a - perhaps the best example of how not to design a system. We have lost countless data because of the numbers of switches and the n,,mhers of stations that have to be checked before you can pull of our ... TV exercise. In fact, first what we need at each of the TV stations is a light that comes on that syas data is going on to the tape. We shouldn't have to check four or five input stations all the way up the line every time you want to

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use the TV. Second, you need a control for the VTR right next to the input stations. You shouldu 't have to go up to the MDA, turn it on, waste a good 2 or 3 minutes getting back down there, getting set up, getting the head head set on, and in general Just blowing time and VTR. And I saw a classic example of this today. I put in around 3 hours worth of work here ... on TV-101 and that's all blowing right down the drain because it wasn't turned on earlier that day and not turned off. And again you can call it human error if you llke, but it's Just too darn many rapid _ switches to check. And .that system has got to be one of •the worst. I hope l_._ople learn something in future pr ogram_ .... before we ever started. SPT S?T c_t.

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This is the CDR at 17:57 Zulu reporting handheld photos. Thee site was HH45 ; I took the Hasselblad i00; that's a Charlie X-r_F 50. And at 17:5h, Just off the eastern tip of Anticosty Island, there's some good ice in that area and I took stereo pairs, frame numbers 30 and 31. Taken at f/ll, 1/250. Tmmediately after that I moved up to pack ice just south of the Strait of Bell Island, Just off Harrington Harbor and I took another stero pair which are frames 32 and 33. The mounter on the camera has done some sort of thing, but anyway, we're now missing fr_ue number 34. 8o Just scratch off 34 as - as a vanishing _Tame and the next one will be 35 on this one. I have another ec_mnent. Yesterday I reported some -Stand by Just a second.

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Yesterday at 18"35, I reported on Charlie X-ray 40, the Nikon 300, linear 1_acture patterns ... north of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. I s_w those patterns again today and had _ map handy and it's right on the Goose Bay; it's on the south southeast shore of Goose Bay about two-thirds of the way inland from the ocean and itts a large mountain range there with very, very prominent linear fracture patterns crossing, crisscrossing. CDR out. SPT at 18:08 - -

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8kylab, Houston. We're 1 minute from LOg. We'll see you again at Tananarive at 20, about 12 minutes from now.

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- - debriefing the ATM pass - which began approximately at 17:15. Okay, Jerry started off the pass and we were in the flare wait mode looking at active regions 20 and 21, primarily on 21 because that's where the region looks the hottest. During my portion of the time on the panel, I had the EOLL so that we could get the SLIT tangent to the limb and give a good exposure for 82A. I discussed it with Jerry and I think we all agree that's the - a reasonable way to go. We gave truncated MIRHOR AUTO RASTERs down to line 15 or 17 or so, for a good part of the second half of the orbit on 55, occasionally stopping to take a look at the oxygen VI count if we'd had a reason to believee it was changing. But the right eye glued to the persistent image scope which is on MONITOR 2, left eye occasionally ].ooking at H-ALPHA i on MONITOR i, and every once'in a while taking a look at that oxygen VI count PMEC BERYLLIUM aperture for IMAGE INTENSITY COUNT. It looks like the way to catch one; it's just a matter of time. At the conclusion of the orbit we gave 52 a quickie.

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The PLT, the t_me is 19:12. Reporting handheld photography of the large island of Hawaii. We got two frames, 35 millimeter _ith the Nikon of Hawaii, Mannaloa and the Kilauea craters. Frsmes 27 and 26 for Charlle X-ray 013. Charlie X-ray hO - that is, Charlie X-ray hO and that was at approximately 19:09. And we have two steroe pairs, total of four frsmes: out of Charlie X-ray 50: these are with the Hasslebald. One - one pair was taken at f/8 and the 6ther pair was taken at f/ll, differenct angles, 35 through 38 by

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Okay, this is the PLT. I'm going to attempt a T002-4. Got a fairly good horizon here. Try to get enough marks here before it goes completely honker. Let's see now, s_ I looking the wrong way? Damn. That ought to work. And I don't even know which way to crank this thing to _a_ke this little piece move ... thing in that. Skylab, Houston .... 7 minutes. Damn it. i hit the this instrument. I to tun that doggone both - all the way, Roger, Hank, Shouldn't be able to do that. Are you free to discuss that Flight Plan classing. Yes, go ahead. ()kay,basically what it is Jerry, is the sun_ary Flight Plan in - with that track 29 and 30 tomorrow on EREP, back to back and the track 29 is Bill's _md -or preflight schedule and track "_0belongs to you and the way the passes Just for ease of going through the pass there, and they have Bill set up for both traQks. Now track 30 is the Rio Grande Reservair,the Grand Sand Dunes and through Goldston for

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possibly the Denver and we're wondering about that? PLT CC ..., please.

metrolotian how you felt

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Whet_er you'd rather .. stations during the middle of the pass or can h_mdle the track 30 and Just keep the same operators.

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C_me to both limits on this dang thing 8x:d I can't get the horizons. There must be something I'm doing worn again. - - a couple get back with of minutes you. and I'll

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Okay do that. Now, how can I run out of travel this? I can't_bring the horizon Kit ... Yeah, this thing ... look. See you'r s_Ipposed to be - you know, your supposed to be able to twist it all around and aim it and the horison, but when you get your awful angles aim and line it up with you do it, at gosh the knob. the stop. L on down.

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In this case here, I'm probably doing something wrong, but I can't get the horisons to match up. I've I have the picture 013 19 18 42 CC CDB, Hosuton. We're discussing a

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Yeah, as to what - what happened is is there was a little slip up earlier in the Sl_S_l_arylight plan and - and f they didn't get the right person in the p_m and then we Just caught it a little while ago and were having a debate going on, as the wheter - whaich would be the easiest way to do it, but I think the easiws thing is Just go ahead and give you each man for his _rn track. Yeah. That 's prpbalby .•.

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But it does. Yeah, oaky. There we are; ti_ere was the probl_n. There's a preferential orientation here. Okay, noW let's see if we can get some marks here before we run out of daylight. Now, let me figure this thing out. Okay, I have to fact it up to the horizon. •.. here. STand by. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 393 - 03935. Still 03970. 04000no, 03995. 3980.

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]_d_K. 03960. ... it looks like a gradual increast 06 oxygen VI i_ active region 21 up to around 30,000 - 28 to 30,000. What is the XREA doing at this time? MARK. 03945. hut it 'r really

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()kay, .... background, low, Ed. _._aank you. MARK. 03870.

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We're about 40 seconds from LOS. see you again at Bermuda at 27. STand by.

WE'll

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MARK. 03940. Man, I don't have any 6onfidenee in my ability to do this. MARK. _ 03970. MAI_. _RK. MARK. MARK. _MRK. 03980. 0 - 40002. 03990 STand by -

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- - the upper portion of _*_ from a southwest direction to a small plage which runs north-south. And that is clearly a plage evident in H-alpha - that is which runs north-south. The - Are you still on the

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Okay, we have one small pass pad :right now - pad on the pass at 23:25. 'I"nat'squote a while from now, but I thought if you were still there you could go ahead and make some changes to the pad. AT 23:25 pass and a time :remaining of h9 minutes on the SOP, by the grating on the pad it says 0850 _t 50, 0854. ... Yes. Okay, SPT again picking up. Got a call for a pad change on H-alpha on the 55 gratings. Okay, the plage was - is between active region 21 and 20. You see the H-alpha Ss a north-south plage. From the south , south side of that plage we have a little interconneetion going over to - to the north major body of plage at 2, so the north portion of the palge between the two regions we have an innerconnectlon going over to the the north part of active region 20, which also runs to the southwest. What these really represent I'm not sure. I would be really reluctant to say that w'ere seeing any kind of a - a loop, as opposed to Just roughly low atmosphere of palge. During the course of the flare wait, the point which I maximized on the oxygen VI at the "beginning and active region 21 is very close. It's Just right on the limb.

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_ne intensities here were raning _my where between a little less than lO,O00 and up to 30,000. But nothing really did appear - there's a _,_ry slow brightening in the XUV monitor. But no - nothing indicates that we anykind of rapid trasient going. 013 19 h9 07 013 19 58 34 SPT PLT
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_l_fout. ()kay, PLT here. I'll try to get some marks between Regulus and Procyon. This is for T002 - oooh, what happened? Oh, there it is. Okay, let's eee here Regulus and Procyon ought to be about 30 degrees. 26 - 27 degrees ; _'Let's see. ONe of my problems is identifying the star and brining it in, making sure that I've got the right one. And, eating up all my time doing that. Okay, now right there right on the line. Boy, you - if I Just had some white marks painted on this dog-gone thing so I could get my line of sight between two objects .,. - sort of night glow type .-not - not radium but phosfloreseent type stuff it would sure help becuase " Jsut flat am not able a lot of times to get the line directed between he two stars. This thing is such an odd shape. Non suggestive shape. Where in the devil am I? Oks,y, that's good. Okay, I've got my sixth line of sight blocked off with 0 filter so I don't look in the ... Okay, I'll tkae a quick look at Procyon. I"m going to have more trouble with that doggone st ar. 35 degrees. That's too mcuh. Now wait a minute; maybe it isn't either. I'm looking out a different window now. Maybe it's not too much. These knobs on these filtersare - are reallynot well designed at all as far as - I never

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can tell whether I got them out or in. There oguht to be some way of telling whether you got them out or i]_. • 013 21 03 53 PLT Like fiddling around with them and ysu're always holding it at a different 8ngle, so knwoing which's up and down _n or out - doesn't jelp you at _ii, tide way you have to use this instrument. _his si [sic] really no creative thought given to ghe design of the latches or the way they operate or fell or touch or anything else. Something ought to be that - that'd make it much easier to use. And I'm not talking about a professional man that built the instrument and lived in bed with it for about 2, 3 years, maybe l0 years, I'm tlaking about an operator who could fix this thing up and goes about his once a - once a day tries to do something with it. And, dog=gone it, you got to - you got to design this thing so you can go by feel, particularly when you got to hold it at _ll kinds of odd angles. 013 20 Oh h2 PLT And working at a place where you're not restrained properly. And let's see - I still don't have it .... there I've got a star - and got three little stars up above it. Where in the devil is that? I'm wqay the heck and gone too far sway; that's what I _n. Try 20 degrees sgain. You oguht to be able to Just hold this thing and I can't do - seem to do that. I don't have the right handle to do it. 013 20 06 21 PLT _kmny, I can see them out there and I can't get them in the instrument. It would be nice if you had a wider field of view, too - you could identify yourself at 0 ...... of the sky and then go to a finer field of view for making the observations. I don't I'm not asking ofr a zoom, I'm jsut _mking for two positions. Because

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if you give me the angle to start with, fine; I'min clover. -[fI've got to figure it out and I'm not sure it - it really tears me up because - there we go. Now, okay now we're getting there. I'll give you a null bias when I get through here. Dang it. Still having trouble telling which is which. Is procyon birghter than REgulus? I was Just getting ready to ... Okay; stand by. _/_K. 37441. Oh boy, it's getting light. Take all my time getting set up. The only thing Icna get. Okay, _)A Just wasn't made for htman beings to work in. Made to ... place to ...... I'm doing is I'm tryin ght -.the 190 window on for size. I I see I'm probably getting some stars that I wasn't able to get in the _rdrocm window. It 's really a gri {_eat place but I'm going to have to make some body restraints so I can get _n here and hold myselfdown. There E_e no - there are very few foot r restriants or body restriants in the _DA. And it looks like I've let this oportunity go by so I'll make one more attempt here to get REgulus and Frocyon. Stand by. N_RK. 37h22. Oh, Davis Clarke, equipment is ertummy. Stand by. N_RK. 37055. That's not right. by on that one. M_d_K. MARK. MARK. MARK. MARK. 37426. 37429. 37428. Stand by. Stand by. Stand by. your

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see; PLT out. OH, before I shut off ihere, what I"ve done here is I've brought the - the yield, the cover - up the tenth - up to the MDA and I've rigged it over the S190 window and I've been taking these readings out of this. I"ne thing is that when I'm down at the wardroom I tie up that window which is also used for handheld observations. What's I'd like to do is what I'm trying to a statistical base do is get you and sc_e of the -

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_e numbers will be upside down here; however, we figured to do that in order to _et you the proper light. We're looking at compartment one, which has _cieved the most light during the growth period of around 4 days here. Let me try and get it in focus and the proper lighting , too. Adn so far the question of will the plant 1_spond inone light, what is it's threshold for growth, still unanswered because the - compartments 2 and h have the most, the ones which recieved a medium _nount of light, the ones _ich recieved K maximum and a minimum have not responded.

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Out depth of field here for the closeup ones is very small. I can get the front of the compartment in focus, but as that's done the seeds become out of focus. ()kay,let me go back one here. Let ze get you the real comparment one. There it is. I'm afraid I had you on ccmpartment 5 for which there is no label. We have aproblem there _rith the clear tape which was put over the glass of the protector. It's got sc_e wrinkles it in there, mld that reflects the light and completely overwhelms what you're trying to see there. Okay; now, eompartment 3. There we do have some growth in that center seed. And I think that's in focus. Now compartment 5. Very small muount of growth there. And lastly compartment 7.

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5_ne Visking got on the scoreboard. [[he score is 24 to 7. Also the I/ikings just got the ball ... _ind are now at ... Roger. TV-101 single :inch spacing, Skylab, ....TV rod rotation. 5/8 of an 6 cc's of fluid.

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Yeah, I will in a few minutes. This is the CDH at 22:48 Zulu debriefing the 22:03 ATM pass. The first - block was - JOP 26 building block 2. And - whoops, you know, I Just realize I gave you JOP 6 building block 2 instead of a JOP 26, building block 2. That's snazzy. What did Just missy What's the difference. Probably noen. There were no bad coordinates - Sun center yeah, it didn't matter whether I gave you a JOP 6 or HOP 26, E_parently. Anyway, you got a JOP 6, _ilding block 2 on the first one and then I went to 26 step 9 - yeah step 9 building block i0. Took care ¢,fthose 4 points and all the time _atchingand salivating over active region 21 which sat there and tantalized _s through the whole time.

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This is the CDR at 21:02 Zulu debriefing the 20:20 Zulu A'I_4 pass. We started out with a JOP 6,'building block 2. No problems. JOP hA, building block 28 at the active region 20, since I saw no bright spots popping up I did not expose any 82B film. The all the rest of the procedures went without any problems at all. I got everything done. And carried 55 right up to trum - right up to maneuver time really. 30 seconds before maneuver time, which was 21:00, I terminated 55. We got 17 mini-RASTERs or whatever you call those 13 line 13 Jobbers are called. And little active region 20 21 I should ssy, is Just teasing the heck out of us, but it - it wouldnit pop. I would appreciate it if you @_s in the baekroom would turn the intensity up on that Just a little bit more. The sntive region 20 - I noticed that active region 21 as it would wax and wade and active region 20 seemed to be Just ]80 out of phase with it; that s it's the energy raising the the light level - the temperature of active region _:l, and active region 20 would - would diminish in intensity. Then I 'd see 20 - 21 start to fade a little bit, and you could look down imd you could see - well, I'm not getting my numbers all messed around. Anyway, you'd see one - one Wax and the

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then they would swap positions. And it - it looked like you were Just kind of pumping energyback and forth between the two - the two active regions. And of course, active region 21 on the limb _de the brightese throughout the entire day pass, but _ctive region 20 did jump up a few times. And it'd get fairly bright, but really not bright enough so that you could see it on the persistence image scope imint egrat ed. However, active region 21 was in view Unintegreted on the - on the persistence imagescope _t all times, and sometimes .you could actually see it begin to intensify a little bit, and that's when I would get springloaded to shift to a flare, and then the son of a gun would gade out again and' get dim. So it spent the whole day pass just teaslng me that way, and it Just wouldn't do its thing. I checked the WHITE LIGHT COEONAGRAPH over and compared it with the picture that was taken on a Polaroid camera this morning. There was no significant difference. One of the spikes down at - or I should say streamers down at about 240, the lower of the double spike is Just a tad longer; It's about the same size as the upper spike now. So it's at about 245 degrees ... or thereabouts. The - the other streamers are all pretty much unchanged, and in XUV I did not see any

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additional spots or anything pick up in that area. I guess that's about it. I have powered down the - the console for EREP now, and we'll be picking up again the next pass at 22:03. 013 21 05 09 013 21 09 17 CI_R PLT CDR out. This is the PLT. The time is now 21:10. I want to report on TO03-4 that I did on a special rig up in the - out the S190 window, EHEP window in the MDA. I shall read off the times, and they will all be 20 hundred hour times and then I'Ii read the - the numbers. This was at 20:39:30 it was 04012. At 40:45 it was 04025. AT 41:45 it was 04001. At 42:45, G4009; at 43:25, 03972; at 44:30, 04002; at 45".25, 03951; at 46:35, 03982; at 47:30, 03952; at 48 even, 03975; at 49 even, 03938; at 49:35, 0h035; at 50:30, it was OhO00. At 50:55, 04015; at 51:35, 04000; at 52:20, 03890; at 53:05, 04065. And the technique "_hat I used -you see the lower part of the airglow where the airglow meets the horizon varies in its diffuse character around the Earth limb. What I was trying to do was match up the top of the blue airglow. Now, not the gray - grayish violet part of the top of the airglow, but the - Just get a - just try to get that blue band to im%tch up. And sometimes I 'm :_ure that - obvious - it's obvious in these readings

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that I was not all that good at it, but that was the technique that I was trying to use. And this should give you enough data here to at least try to determine something about the scatter involved. 013 21 ll 38 PLT CDR 013 21 13 05 SPT PLT out. She's off and running. Picking up again on TV i01. Okay, where we're going to pick up here is with the single rod rotation which we have not done yet. And then we'll go on into to trying to change the properties of the fluids themselves as well as trying to put something into the fluid to trace the _treamlines flow. We'll try the single rod rotation with the three different spacings. _re'll start Out with the _-_ inch, with 20 ccs of fluid. CC Skylab, Houston. Looking over some of the ... stuff that came out in the news today about the Super Bowl, I hear that ... Super Bowl director .... And therefore they will be able to see the Super ... when they get back home .... gays that are flying around up there right now think about

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()kay, picking up again. Crip just gave me the word that On good TV we;re going to get to see the Super Bowl when _e get back, Good movie. ()kay, now two changes which I

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have made since we've done all the last run which you've seen. One is the plates themselves have been removed Emd put on so that they are perfectly perpendicular to the _is of rotation and also, of course then, parallel to one _mother. And secondly, we've taekn Krytox, which is a lubricant pretty much like a grease, vaseline or petroleum type lubricant, and put that all around the edge and the ...... , but not on the front ]?late, and that serves the purpose of - of not permitting the water to wet the surface. That will allow us not to have water, say, dripping over the edge which we had last time and increasing the radius of the - effectively increasing bhe radius on one side over what we had on the other .... as you recall in 2-inch did not •.. and ... rotation we had last time produced an asymetry. Okay, we'll get these two fellows together. You might notice we've got a new color; we're working with strawberry juice today. Okay. There we go. That's a very good interface. Single rod Rotations and we're going to go relatively slow, at thes time. Okaym let's hodl up here and wait for it to dmap out. And also I'II loosen up one of the gro_nets while in use so perhaps we can get a little smoother mot ion.

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Okay, let's pick up again. Now I'll pick up and go a littl. Okay this is the PLT. The time is ... Stand by. Okay. PLT here with a time hack on my watch. Now we're all ready to go, adn we're waiting for 21:24. I have Oh No! I have missed my time ; okay. A-1 then we'll start. Stand by. 21:24:00. No that's right. That's all right; I 'm all right. Doggone times ; sometimes they give you the hour and sometimes they don't. That's why I was all flusteres there. I've already confirmed rotation 2653 US sding the technique. 3.3 turns counter closkwise etc. Tilt is set at 23.7, and let me verify both of those. 5.3 - yes ... Okay, we're in filter B71. want lO seconds. ... play without penalties. We

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Jer. Would you close the window down there for me? Hey Jer would you close that window ('.losethat window pie cover please, please? That you. Stand by 5L_RK. l0 seconds, Stand by-

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MARK. Advacne Stnad by 0a_7.

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SPT CDR SPT CC

I hope it doesnt' ... Well I hope so Ed ... right now there is a sports editro big ... at teh football stadium I guess. I guess that figures. Actually Bud, Allen is taking notes. (Laughter) ask him if Bud Ads_ is taking notes. No, I better not. Stnad by 15 seconds. One MARK. Okay, switiehing to now filter A-4 advancing the filem, and we're now going for 150. I'll start it on the even 30 seconds. Stand by -

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MARK. Starting a 150second on A-h. Okay, that's about 2-1.2 minutes, thereabout. The exposure will _erminate at 28. And then I will want Bravo 1. One minute to go. Hey, Jer? Yeah? Is there an S019 on tomorrow's sehedule? I figure they'd probably be wanting totry that out here, as soon as they cna get a chance.. yep. There sure is.

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Great. Then I hope that thing works. Stand by. 6 seconds

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_L%RK. Advance film and that 21:28 even at 30, Okay here is A filter going up, and closed and B filter and I want Bravo l, ... 28:30 which is very coming up here in about 5 seconds. Barely made that. Stand by.

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_RK. Okay this is 210 seconds. Otherwise known as 3 minutes and 30 seconds. Exposure will be finished at 32. 1 minute from LOS. See you at Carnarvon in 23-1/2 _dnutes at 21:54. See you Crip. ... I don't think you cna.

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I don't know. Ckay coming up on terminate the exposure on Bravo i, and then I'll need Charlie i. Stand by N[_RK. Film advance. _md we move to C Stow B and move Cb_rlie. Charlie l, Stand by at 21:32:30, we want a 60-second on Charlie 1.

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]_RK it. Advance film, remove Charlie filter, and get Delta £ilter and we want Delta 2. Delta 2 is in and let's go ahead and start this at 21:37:30. ]_/%K. 60 seconds Delta 2. lO seconds. on

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M_RK. That's the end of that. Okay, going tilt, zero. ROTATION zero is 3.3 turns clockwise. Closing the dorr. Okay, terminating :recording now. Looks like a pretty good run. PLT out. Hey, Jer, could you . .. Oaky. Hey, Jer ... TVI01:1-3/8 total fluid. inch gap, 14 cc's

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