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APOLLO II

APOLLO AS-506/CSM-IO7/LM-5

FINAL FLIGHT PLAN

JULY l, 1969

Flight Planning Branch

G. M. Col ton
Flight Planning Branch

?. A. Guil!ory
Flight Planning Branch

Aoproved by: /- y ,'--/ / <_:.-_--


W. J. A#rth
Chief, Flight Crew Support Division

Donald_K. Slayton
Director of Flight Crev_lOperations

Concurrence: __'_Low _ _-'0_IJ'---@_-7"7


Manager, ADollo Spacecraft Pro.qram
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Christo_hj_f _ C. Kraft,-d?._'"
Director of Fligh_ Operations

Any con_ents or questions on this document should be


forwarded to T. A. Guillory, Flight Planning Branch,
mail code CF34, extensio_q 427l.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Acknowledgment is made to Messrs. Richard Rogers, William Killian and


Spencer Gardner for their technical support in the preparation of the
Apollo II Flight Plan.

Views of the earth and the P52 stars shown in the Flight Plan were
taken from the document, Views from the CM and LM During the Flight
of Apollo II (Mission G).

The CSM and LM attitude information was taken from the document,
Lunar Orbit Attitude Sequence for Mission G.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abbreviations iii

Introduction xi

SECTION I - GENERAL

I. Mission Description l-l


2. SummaryFlight Plan (TLC-TEC) I-5
3. Summary Flight Plan (Lunar Orbit) I-6
4. LM Power Descent Profile I-7
5. CSM
Burn Schedule I-8
6. LM Burn Schedule I-9
7. Lunar Landing Site Data l-lO
8. Landmark Tracking Data l-lO
9. Flight Plan Notes 1-13

SECTION II - UPDATE FORMS

I. Update Forms Table 2-I


2. CSM Maneuver Update Pads 2-2
3. LM Maneuver Update Pads 2-27

SECTION III - DETAILED TIMELINE

I. Launch
Phase 3-I
2. TLI-T&D 3-3, 3-4
3. Translunar Coast Activities

a. Cislunar Navigation 3-7, 3-17


b. LM Familiarization 3-35
c. Lunar Orbit Insertion 3-47
4. Lunar Orbit Activities

a. Second LM Ingress 3-53


b. LM Activation and C/O 3-63
SECTION III CONT'D

c. Undocking 3-67
d. Touchdown 3-69
e. EVA 3-77
f. LMLiftoff 3-90
g. LMActive Docking 3-94
h. LMJettison 3-97
5. TEI-TEC 3-101
6. Entry 3-135

SECTION IV DETAILED TEST OBJECTIVES

I. Detailed Test Objectives 4-I


2. Test Objective/Mission Activity Cross Reference 4-2
3. Test Objectives 4-6

SECTION V - CONSUMABLES

I. RCSPropellant Usage 5-2


2. SMRCS
Budget 5-3
3. CMRCS
Budget 5-22
4. SPS
Budget 5-23
5. LMRCS
Budget 5-25
6. DPS
Budget 5-31
7. APS
Budget 5-32
8. CSM
EPSBudget 5-36
9. LMEPS
Budget 5-41
I0. LMECS
Budget 5-45
II. PLSS
Budget 5-50

SECTION VI - SUMMARYFLIGHT PLAN

Summary
Flight Plan 6-I

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ABBREVIATIONS

ACCEL Accelerometer
ACN Ascension
ACT Activation
ACQ Acquisition
AEA Abort Electronics Assembly
AGS Abort Guidance Subsystem
AH AmpereHours
ALSCC Apollo Lunar Surface Close-up Camera
ALT Altitude
AMPor amp Ampere
ANG Antigua
ANT Antenna
AOH Apollo Operations Handbook
AOS Acquisition of Signal or Acquisition of Site
AOT Alignment Optical Telescope
APS Ascent Propulsion Subsystem
ARS Atmosphere Revitalization System
ATT Attitude
AUX Auxiliary
AZ Azimuth

BAT Battery
BDA Bermuda
Bio Bio-Medical Data on Voice Downlink
BP Barber Pole
BT Burn Time
BU Backup
BW Black & White
BRKT Bracket

CAP COM Capsule Communicator


CAL _ Calibration Angle
CAM Camera
CB Circuit Breaker
CDH Constant Delta Altitude
CDR Commander
CDU Coupling Data Unit
CEX Color External
CIN Color Internal
CIRC Circularization
CK Check
CM Command Module
CMC CommandModule Computer
CMD Command
CMP CommandModule Pilot
CNTL Control
C/O Check out
COAS Crew Optical Alignment Sight
COMM Communications
CONFIG Configuration

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CONT Continue
CP Control Point
CRO Carnarvon, Australia
CRYO Cryogenic
CSC Contingency Sample Collection
CSI Coelliptic Sequence Initiation
CSM Command Service Module
C&WS Caution and Warning System
CYI Grand Canary Island

DAP Digital Auto Pilot


DB Deadband
DCA Digital CommandAssembly
DEDA Data Entry and Display Assembly
DEGS Degrees
DEPL Depletion
DET Digital Event Timer
DIFF Difference
DOI Descent Orbit Insertion
DPS Descent Propulsion System
DS Documented Sample
DSE Data Storage Equipment
DSKY Display and Keyboard
DTO Detailed Test Objective
DUA Digital Uplink Assembly
DWN Down

E Erasable or Enter
EASEP Early Apollo Scientific Experiment Package
ECS Environmental Control System
ED Explosive Device
EDT Eastern Daylight Time
EFH Earth Far Horizon
El Earth (atmosphere) Interface
EL Elevation or Electric
EMS Entry Monitor System
EMU Extravehicular Mobility Unit
ENH Earth Near Horizon
EPO Earth Parking Orbit
EPS Electrical Power Subsystem
EQUIP Equipment
EST Eastern Standard Time
EVA Extravehicular Activity
EVAP Evaporator
EVT Extravehicular Transfer
E×T External

f F Stop
FC Fuel Cell
FDAI Flight Director Attitude Indicator

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FLT Flight
_I Frequency Modulated
FOV Field of View
fps or FPS Feet per second
FT or ft Feet
FTO Flight Test Objective
FTP Full Throttle Position

GBI Grand Bahama Islands


GBM Grand Bahama (MSFN)
GDC Gyro Display Coupler
GDS Goldstone, California
GET Ground Elapsed Time
GETI Ground Elapsed Time of Ignition
GLY Glycol
GMT Greenwich Mean Time
G&N Guidance and Navigation
GNCS Guidance Navigation Control System
GNM Guam
GYM Guaymas, Mexico

H2 Hydrogen
HA Apogee Altitude
HAW Hawaii
HBR High Bit Rate (TLM)
HD Highly Desirable
HGA High Gain Antenna
HI High
Hp Perigee Altitude
HSK Honeysuckle (Canberra, Australia)
HTR Heater
HTV USNSHuntsville

ICDU Inertial Coupling Data Unit


ID Identification
IGA Inner Gimbal Angle
IGN Ignition
IMU Inertial Measurement Unit
INIT Initialization
INT Intervalometer
IP Initial Point
ISA Interim Storage Assembly
IU Instrumentation Unit
IVC Intervehicular Communications
IVT Intravehicular Transfer

JETT Jettison

KM Kilometer
kwh Kilowatt Hour
LA Launch Azimuth
LAT Latitude
LBR Low Bit Rate (TLM)
LBS or Ibs Pounds
LCG Liquid Cooled Garment
LDG Landing
LDMK Landmark
LEB Lower Equipment Bay
LEC Lunar Equipment Conveyor
LFH Lunar Far Horizon
LGC LM Guidance Computer
LH Left-hand
L/H Local Horizontal
LHEB Left-hand Equipment Bay
LHFEB Left-hand Forward Equipment Bay
LHSSC Left Hand Side Storage Container
LiOH Lithium Hydroxide
LLM Lunar Landing Mission
LLOS Landmark Line of Sight
LM Lunar. Module
LMP Lunar Module Pilot
LNH Lunar Near Horizon
LOI Lunar Orbit Insertion
LONG Longitude
LOS Loss of Signal or Loss of Site
LPO Lunar Parking Orbit
LR Landing Radar
LRRR or LR3 Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector
LS Landing Site
LT Light
LTG Lighting
LV Launch Vehicle
L/V Local Vertical
LVPD Launch Vehicle Pressure Display

M Mandatory
MAD Madrid, Spain
MAN Manual
MAX Maximum
MAXQ MaximumDynamic Pressure
MCC Midcourse Correction
MCC-H Mission Control Center - Houston
or MCC
MDC Main Display Console
MEAS Measurement
MER USNSMercury
MESA Modularized Equipment Stowage Assembly
MET Mission Event Timer

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MGA Middle Gimbal Angle
M/I Minimum Impulse
MIN Minimum
MLA Merrit Island, Florida
MNVR Maneuver
MPS Main Propulsion System
MSFN Manned Space Flight Network
MTVC Manual Thrust Vector Control

N2 Nitrogen
NAV Navigation
NM Nautical Miles
NOM Nominal
NXX NounXX

02 Oxygen
OBS Observation
O/F Oxidizer to Fuel Ratio
OGA Outer Gimbal Angle
OMNI Omnidirectional Antenna
OPS Oxygen Purge System
ORB Orbital
ORDEAL Orbit Rate Display Earth and Lunar
ORIENT Orientation
OVHD Overhead

P Pitch or Program
PAD Voice Update
PCM Pulse Code Modulation
PC Plane Change
PDI Powered Descent Initiation
PGA Pressure Garment Assembly
PGNCS Primary Guidance Navigation Control Section
PIPA Pulse Integrating Pendulous Accelerometer
PLSS Personal Life Support Systems
PM Phase Modulated
POL Polarity or Polarizing
PRE Pretoria, South Africa
PREF Preferred
PREP Preparation
PRESS Pressure
PRIM Primary
PROP Proportional
PSE Passive Seismic Experiment
PT Point
PU Propellant Utilization
PUGS Propellant Utilization and Gaging System

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PTC Passive Thermal Control
PWR Power
PX× Program XX

Qty Quantity

R Roll or Range
R&B Red & Blue
RAD Radiator
RCDR Recorder
RCS Reaction Control System
RCU Remote Control Unit
RCV Receiver
RED USNSRedstone
REFSMMAT Reference Stable Member Matrix
REG Regulator
REQD Required
RH Right-hand
RING Ringsite
RLS Radius of Landing Site
RNDZ Rendezvous
RR Rendezvous Radar
RSI Roll Stability Indicator
RT Real Time
RTC Real Time Command
RXX Routine XX

SA Shaft Angle
S/C Spacecraft
SCE Signal Conditioning Equipment
SCS Stabilization Control System
SCT Scanning Telescope
SEC Secondary
SECO S-IVB Engine Cut-off
SECS Sequential Events Control System
SEP Separate
SEQ Sequence
S-IVB Saturn IV B(Third Stage)
SLA Service Module LM Adapter
SLOS Star Line-of-Sight
SM Service Module
SPOT Spot Meter
SPS Service Propulsion System
SR Sunrise
SRC Sample Return Container
SRX S-Band Receiver Mode No. X
SS Sunset
STX S-Band Transmit Mode No. X

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S.V. State Vector
SWC Solar Wind Composition
Sw Switch
SXT Sextant

T EPHEM Time of Ephemeris Update


TA Trunnion Angle
TAN Tananarive, Madagascar
TB Time Base
TCA Time of Closest Approach
TD&E Transposition Docking & LM Ejection
TEC Trans Earth Coast
TEl Transearth Insertion
TEMP Temperature
TERM Terminate
TEX Corpus Christi, Texas
TGT Target
TIG Time of Ignition
TLC Trans Lunar Coast
TLI Translunar Insertion
TLM or TM Telemetry
TPF Terminal Phase Final
TPI Terminal Phase Initiation
TPM Terminal Phase Midcourse
T/R Transmitter/Receiver
TRANS Translation
TV Television
TVC Thrust Vector Control
TWR Tower

US United States

V Velocity
VAN USNS Vanguard
VHF Very High Frequency
VLV Valve
VI Inertial Velocity
VOX Voice Keying
VXX Verb XX

W/O Without
WRT With Respect to
WTN USNSWatertown

XFER Transfer
XMIT Transmit or Transmitter
XPONDER Transponder

Y Yaw

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aV Velocity Change (Differential)
_VC Velocity Change at Engine Cutoff
_R Position Change (Differential)

8-balls Flight Director Attitude Indicator (FDAI)

CAMERA NOMENCLATURE

EL/250/BW-BRKT Electric Hasselblad/250mm Lens/


Black & White film-Camera Bracket

INT _f5.6,250,INF) Intervalometer 1


(f-stop 5.6, shutterspeed=250 sec,
Infinity)

16mm/18/CEX-BRKT 16mm Camera/18mm Lens/Color Film


MIR (fS,250,INF) 6fps External-Camera Bracket
Mirror (f-stop 8, shutterspeed
1
= _-5_O-sec, Infinity)
6 frames per sec
SYMBOL NOMENCLATURE

LUNAR PENUMBRA(OCCURS PRE LOll)

SPACECRAFT SUNSET
-HONEYSUCKLE 85FT D_SH COVERAGE

-DARKNESS (UMBRA)

-MSFN LOS

-SPACECRAFT SUNRISE

.LUNAR P,ENUMBRA(OCCURS PRE LOll)

J- LUNARSURFACE

/ WINDOW
EARTH _----_" _/_ "7
(ALWAYS) i\_'_../j_
7

_ DOWN \(5-_ S-BAND


HGA
X
, OPTICS
--S-BAND STEERABLE
SUBSOLAR POINT

I MSFN
AOS
'MADRID 85FT DISH COVERAGE

I .GOLDSTONE
85FT D!S_ COVERAGE

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LUNAR TERMINATOR
SPACECRAFT SUNSET

DARKNESS

MSFN LOS

SPACECRAFT SUNRISE

LUNAR TERMINATOR

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INTRODUCTION

This Flight Plan has been prepared by the Flight Planning Branch, Flight
Crew Support Division, with technical support by TRW Systems.

This document schedules the AS-506/CSM-IO7/LM-5 operations and crew activities


to fulfill, when possible, the test objectives defined in the Mission Re-
quirements, G Type Mission Lunar Landing.

The trajectory parameters used in this Flight Plan are for July 16, 1969
launch, with a 72° launch azimuth and were supplied by Mission Planning and
Analysis Division as defined by the Apollo Mission G Spacecraft Operational
Trajectory.

The Apollo II Flight Plan is under the configuration control of the Crew
Procedures Control Board (CPCB). All proposed changes to this document
that fall in the following categories should be submitted to the CPCB via
a Crew Procedures Change Request:

I. Items that impose additional crew training or impact crew procedures.

2. Items that impact the accomplishment of detailed test objectives.

3. Items that result in a significant RCS or EPS budget change.

4. Items that result in moving major activities to a different activity


day in the Flight Plan.

5. Items that require a change to the flight data file.

The Chief, Flight Planning Branch (FCSD) will determine what proposed changes
fall in the above categories.

Mr. T. A. Guillory will act as co-ordinator for all proposed changes to


the Apollo II Flight Plan.

Any requests for additional copies or changes to the distribution lists of


this document must be made in writing to Mr. W. J. North, Chief, Flight Crew
Support Division, MSC, Houston, Texas.

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SECTION I - GENERAL
MISSION DESCRIPTION

I. Launch and EPO (Duration 2:44) LIFT OFF - 2:44 GET

(a) Nominal launch time is 9:32 EDT, July 16, 1969, with a launch

window duration of 4 hrs. 24 rain.

(b) Earth orbit insertion into a I00 nm circular orbit at II rain.

43 sec. after lift-off

(c) CSH systems C/O in earth orbit

(d) Optional IHU realign (P52) to the pad REFSrIHAT during the first

night period

(e) TLI occurs at 2:44:26 GET over the Pacific Ocean during the

second revolution. (See Table I-I for burn data).

2. Translunar Coast (Duration 73:10) 2:44 - 75:54 GET

After TLI, which places the spacecraft in a free lunar return trajec-

tory, the following major events occur prior to LOI:

(a) Transposition, docking and LH ejection, including SIVB photo-

graphy

(b) Separation fror.1 SIVB and a CSH evasive maneuver

(c) SIVB propulsive venting of propellants (slingshot)

(d) Two series of P23 cislunar navigation sightings, star/earth hori-

zon, consisting of five sets at 06:00 GET and five sets at 24:30

GET

(e) Four midcourse corrections which take place at TLI + 9, TLI + 24,

LOI - 22 and LOI - 5 hours with AV nominally zero (See Table I-I).

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(f) Passive thermal control (PTC) will be conducted during all periods

when other activities do not require different attitudes.

(g) LM inspection and housekeeping

(h) LOI l , performed at 75:54:28 GET, ends the TLC phase.

3. Lunar Orbit (Duration 59:30) 75:54 - 135:24 GET

LOI Day (Duration 25:00) 69:00 - 94:00

(a) LOIl

(b) Photos of targets of opportunity

(c) LOI2

(d) Post LOI 2 LM entry and inspection. S-Band/VHF B Voice


tests will be conducted.

(e) Post LOI 2 Pseudo landmark tracking (one set of sightings)

(See Table I-4)

(f) Rest period of 9 hours

DOI and EVA Day (Duration 28:00) 94:00 - 122:00 GET

(a) Docked LM activation and checkout

(b) Docked landing site landmark sighting (one set of sightings)

(See Table I-3)

(c) Undocking and separation

(d) DOI thru landing (See Figure I-3 Powered Descent)

(e) LM post touchdown and simulated liftoff

(f) Rest period (LM) of 4 hours

(g) CSM plane change

(h) Rest period (CSM) of 4 hours

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(i) EVA prep

(j) EVA for 2 hours 40 minutes

(k) Post EVA

(1) Rest period (LM) 4 hours 40 minutes

(m) Rest period (CSM) 4 hours 50 minutes

Ascent and TEl Day (Duration 25:00) 122:00 - 147:00 GET

(a) LM Lift-Off and Insertion

(b) LM active rendezvous

CSl

PC

CDH

TPI

Braking

(c) Docking

(d) LI.I jettison

(e) TEl

(f) Rest Period

4. Lunar Orbit Particulars (Average Values for a 60 x 60 nm orbit)

(a) Revolutions start at 180 ° longitude

(b) Revolution duration - l hr. 58.2 rain.

(c) S/C niqht period duration - 47 rain. ;.i;


(d) MSFNcoverage per rev. - 72 rain. #
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(f) S/C orbital rate - 3°/min. (.05°/sec)

(g) Lighting change at fixed ground point - l°West/Rev.

(h) Horizon visibility + 20 ° selenocentric angle on the

lunar surface

(i) One lunar degree on lunar surface is 16.35 nm

(j) Site 2 will be visible (3 ° sun angle) at REV. 7

(k) S/C subvehicle point to horizon 327 nm.

5. Transearth Coast and Entry (Duration 59:39) 131:52 - 195:03 GET

Transearth coast begins with TEl at 135:24:34 GET and consists of

the following major events:

(a) Three midcourse corrections are scheduled at TEl + 15, El - 23

and E1 - 3 hours with AV nominally zero.

(b) CM/SM separation takes place at 194:51 GET and Entry Interface

occurs at 195:03 GET.

(c) Splashdown will occur in the Pacific Ocean at a longitude of

about 172.4 ° West at 195:17 GET. This will occur approximately

25 minutes prior to sunrise local time.

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TABLE I-3 LUNAR LANDING SITE DATA

DAY SITE DESIG LATITUDE LONGITUDE ILAUNCH AZIMUTH/ 2LAUNCH AZIMUTH/'


SUN ELEVATION SUN ELEVATION

JULY 16 2(IIP6) 00°42'50"N 23°42'28"E 72°/10.5 ° 108c/13.5 °


0932 EDT 00.71388889°N 23.70777778°E

(00.6914°N) (23.7169°E) 3

JULY i8 3(lIPS) O0°21'lO"N 01°17'57"W 89.295°/II ° I08°/13 °


I132 EDT 00.35277778°N 01.29916667°W

JULY 21 5(IIPi3) O!°40'41"N 41"_53'57"W 94.6775/9.7 ° I08°/II.7 °


1409 EDT 01.67805556°N 41.89916667°W

Data From TJ memo, Accuracy Estimates, Landing Site Landmarks,


May 12, 1969, TJ-69-499o

i Sun Elevation
"r T
Angles Are For Approximately 27 Hours After LOI, Ist Opportunity
im!o

Lo Includes 2nd Opportunity TLI


3 Data From MPAD memo, landing site coordinates for G,
June 12, 1969, 69-FM41-181.

TABLE I-4 LANDMARK TRACKING DATA

July 16 Launch

LANDMARK DELTA
DESIG. LATITUDE LONGITUDE ALTITUDESUNEL
(nm)

A1(Pseudo) 2°N 65° 30' 000.00 43°


2.000°N 60.500°E

IP(130) l °53'N 28o42'E 000.00


l .885°N 28.726°E

130(Prime 01°15'56"N 23o40'44 '' -OOl .68 8.5 °


LDG SITE 2) 01.26555556°N 23.67888889°E
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(Ol .24307°N) (23.6880°E)

123 (Alternate 00°30'I 9"N 24°53'20°E -001.71


LDG SITE 2) 00.50527778°N 24.88888889°E

129 (Alternate Ol °17'06"N 23°44' 37"E -OOl .76


LDG SITE 2) 01.28500000°N 23.74361111°E

133 (Alternate D0°,17' 14"N 23°30' 55"E -OOl .68


LDG SITE 2) 00.78722222°N 23.51527778°E

l Data from HPAD memo, landing site 2 position,


June 20: 1969, 69-FM41-199.
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TABLE I-4 LANDMARK TRACKING DATA (CONT'D)

July 18 Launch

LANDMARK DELTA
DESIG. LATITUDE LONGITUDE ALTITUDESUN EL
(nm)

IP(GI) O°I6'N 32°19'E


0.267°N 32.317°E

GI(129) 01°17'06"N 23°44'37"E -001.97 26°


01.28500000°N 23.74361111°E

IP(143) O0°I8'N 3°23'E


O0.300°N 3.383°E

143(Prime 00°36'51"N 01°04'39"W -O01.Ol 9°


LDG SITE 3) 00.61416667°N 01.07750000°W

150(Alternate 00°16'59"N 01°25'43"W -001.01 -


LDG SITE 3) 00.28305556°N 01.42861111°W

147(Alternate 00°03'42"N 01°16'36"W -000.99 -


LDG SITE 3) 00.06166667°N 01.27666667°W

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TABLE I-4 LANDMARKTRACKING DATA (CONT'D)

July 21 Launch

LANDMARK DELTA
DESIG. LATITUDE LONGITUDE ALTITUDESUN EL
(nm)

IP(GI) O°30'S 26°33'W


O.5OO°S 26.550°W

Gl I°42'N 32°I0'W -001.77 8°


1.696°N 32.162°W

IP(180) 0°36'N 36°34'W _


0.608°N 36.567°W

180(PRIME 01°30'37"N 41°49'05"W -001.25 8.9 °


LDG SITE 5) 01.51027778°N 41.81805556°W

171(Alternate 01°20'04"N 40°47'34"W -001.29


LDG SITE 5) 01.33444444°N 40.79277778°W

178(Alternate 01°45'33"N 41°34'12"W -001.22 -


LDG SITE 5) 01.75916667°N 41.57000000°W

184(Alternate 02°03'I0"N 42°13'41"W -001.23


LDG SITE 5) 02.05277778°N 42.22805556°W

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FLIGHT PLAN NOTES

A. Crew
I. Crew designations are as follows:
Designation Prime Backup
Co_nander (CDR) Armstrong Lovell
Command Module Pilot (CMP) Collins Anders
Lunar Module Pilot (LMP) Aldrin Haise

2. Crew positions during the mission are as follows:


CSM LM
Left Center Right Left Riqht

Launch thru TLI CDR LMP CMP


T&D thru Entry CMP CDR LMP
Manned LM CMP CDR LMP

3. The crew will eat and sleep simultaneously throughout the mission.
Eat periods will be normally l-hour duration, with additional activ-
ities held to a minimum during this time frame. Sleep periods will
normally be 8 to lO hour duration with two 4 to 5 hour sleep periods
while the LM is on the lunar surface.

4. Activity PGAConfiguration

Launch to insertion PGA's with helmet & gloves (H&G)


Insertion to TLI PGA's without H&G
TLI to evasive mnvr PGA's with H&G
TLC & LOI l&2 Constant wear garments
LM activation & checkout PGAwithout H&G
(CMP H&G donned for latch
cocking & CDR/LMP H&G
donned for pressure integrity
check and cabin reg check)
Undocking through touchdown PGA's with H&G except CMP
without H&G after DOI
Touchdown through pre lift-off PGA's without H&G except
for CDR/LMP simulated count-
down & EVA
Liftoff through LM jettison PGA's with H&G (except
H&G off after docking)
LM jettison through splashdown Constant wear garmets

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

6. Negative reporting will be used in reporting completion of each


checklist.

7. Continuous CSM biomedical data are automatically transmitted to the


ground.

8. LM biomedical switching is performed manually by the LMP from undock-


ing to docking as scheduled in the timeline.

9. All onboard gage readings will be read directly from the gages.
and will not be corrected by the appropriate calibration factors,

B. Photograph i
Photographic requirements were derived from the following:
a. Lunar Surface Operations Plan
b. Photographic Operations Plan

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

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2. LM
Crew procedures called out in the flight plan may be found in the
following documents: VC_,_ L
a. Apollo Operations Handbook LM-5 Volume 2
b. Crew Checklist
c. LM Rendezvous Procedures
d. LM Descent/Ascent Summary Document
e. Lunar Landing Phase Photographic Operations Plan
f. Data Priority Documents
g. EVA Procedures
h. Apollo Lunar Surface Operations Plan

D. Communications
I. General
a. CSM and LM HBR data transmissions in lunar orbit will normal-
ly require the use of the high gain or steerable antennas
b. During communications, the spacecraft will be referred to
by name (Apollo II) and MCC-H will be referred to as Houston.
c. The preferred S-Band communications are:
Tl) CSM
TaT Uplink Mode 6 (Voice, PRN, and Updata)
(b) Downlink Mode 2 (Voice, PRN, TLM-HBR)
(2) LM
Ta) Uplink Mode 7 (Voice, Updata)
(b) Downlink Mode l (Voice, TLM-HBR)
d. LM voice recorder has a maximum utilization of lO hours. This
recorder will be used during LM operations to record all LM
voice data during undocked operations (27 hours 42 minutes).
This recorder will be operated in the VOX mode.
e. A small portable voice recorder will be carried in the CM to
be used at the discretion of the crew as a voice recorder back-
up. This recorder will not be transferred to the LM for use
during undocked operations.
f. The S-band"squelch" will be on during the sleep periods in or-
der to prevent MSFN fade-out noise from disturbing the crew.

2. DSE Operation
a. The DSE will normally be operated via ground command except for
special cases where the operation is time limited. In these cases
the crew may be asked to rewind the tape.
b. During the earth orbit period when the CSM is not over a MSFN
station, CSMTLM-LBR data will be recorded on the DSE and will be
dumped during the pass over the US and over CRO prior to TLI if
possible.
c. DSE will be used for CSM HBR and voice recording during all CSM
engine burns.
d. DSE data and voice recordings will be made in CSM LBR mode
whenver possible in order to minimize the DSE dump time.

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

3. Launch - Earth Orbit Phase


a. OMNI B and VHF LEFT will be selected for lift off. OMNI D will
be selected by the crew during boost phase if the launch azimuth
is less than 96 ° or OMNI C if the launch azimuth is greater than
96 ° . OMNI D will probably be the best antenna for earth orbit.
b. VHF Duplex B will be used for launch, and Simplex A for earth
orbit operations.
c. VHF Simplex A will be used for entry to be compatible with
recovery forces communications.

4. Translunar and Transearth Coast Phase


The translunar and transearth sleep communications mode will be as
follows. The CSM x-axis will be placed normal to the ecliptic
plane. The CSM will be rolled at a rate of approximately three
revolution per hour. During the near earth sleep periods prior
to 30 hours GET (range less than 120Knm) omni antennas B and D
will be used. During the other sleep periods (beyond 120Knm)
the high gain antenna may be required (in the REACQ mode). The
REACQ configuration will provide approximately 210 degrees of HGA
coverage per CSM/LM revolution or 35 minutes of MSFN coverage per
hour. The REACQ configuration will also allow MCC-H to use real
time control to select TLM HBR or LBR and to dump the DSE during
each spacecraft revolution.

5. Lunar Exploration Phase


a. Normal CSM communications between MSFN/LM will be by S-Band
during the lunar exploration period.
b. If additional communications capability is required the
S-Band erectable antenna will be deployed by the EVA crewman
and will be utilized for all LM/MSFN/CSM communications.
c. During periods when both crewmen are EVA, the "AR" position
(Relay Mode) will be the normal communication mode on each of
the Extravehicular Communication System (EVCS). The CDR
will relay the LMP VHF voice and data to the LM which in
turn will relay to MCC-H via S-Band.

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

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

3. Guidanceand Navigation ,_
a. During lunar orbit, the CSM and LM
will utilize the same landing site
REFSMMAT such that the gimbal angles
would be 0,0,0 at landing with the
LM sitting face forward on landing _
site number two and the CSM over
the landing site pitched up 90 °
from local horizontal "heads up".
b. During PTC the CSM/LM x-axis is Ditched up 90° (Nor
for TLC and down 90° (South) for TEC with the Y-Z axes
in the plane of the ecliptic. This change in x-axis
pointing is to enable simultaneous viewing of the earth
and moon through the side windows while maintaining a
favorable high gain antenna position.
c. The CSM tracking light will be on continuously from undock-
ing to landing and from LM lift-off to docking.

4. Landmark Tracking
The following ground rules were used for landmark tracking.
a. IMU to be realigned on the dark side preceding each track-
ing period.
b. MSFN is reacquired after each tracking period. The
tracking data will be acquired by MSFN after all the
marks have been made and while N49 (AR,AV) is displayed.
MSFN will give a GO when data acquisition has been verified.
c. The pseudo landmark tracking (AI) will be used to determine
the altitude of an area in which the LM will be making al-
titude checks after DOI. The data will be processed during
the sleep period after the trackings and relayed to the LM
prior to undocking.

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o

d. In the docked configuration the CSM/LM _'_


_r_/_{_
approaches the landmark in an inertial
hold attitude. This inertial attitude
places the spacecraft 2° below the
local horizontal at the 35 ° elevation
angle point. At 35 ° elevation angle a
pitch down of O.3°/sec is initiated.
Five marks are then taken with the
time between marks a minimum of 25

e. In the undocked
seconds. configuration
(See tracking profile) the CSM /_r_. _22 °
approaches the landmark in ORB RATE and _ /_
pitched down 22° from the local horizon -/ _ir_/_'--_
tal. At 35° elevation angle five marks 0 \ _o_,,_
are taken with the time between marks a
minimum of 25 seconds. ORB RATE is _'.\\\ ..... \\_
continued throughout the marking period. " \

will approach the LM in ORBRATE heads


f. In the
up and undocked
pitched COAS
down tracking
40 the local
° from the CSM \
horizontal. When the LM is centered
in the COASthe CSMwill initiate a 40°
variable pitch rate to keep the LM
centered in the COAS.

5. CSM/LM and CSM attitude maneuvers will normally be at a rate


of O.2°/sec or O.5°/sec. unless other rates are required.
NOTE: At 0.2°/sec,15 minutes is required to maneuver 180 ° .
At O.5°/sec, 6 minutes is required to maneuver 180 ° .

6. Passive thermal control mode will be initiated after MCCl or


as soon as MCCI is scrubbed and maintained throughout the
mission (except in lunar orbit) until at least three hours
before entry except for interruptions for midcourse corrections,
communications orientation (maximum interruption of three
hours). PTC will not be initiated before approximately 7:00
GET.

7. Service Propulsion System All SPS burns will be initiated


on Bank A except LOll which will be initiated on Bank B.

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

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

3. Guidance and Navigation


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

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4. RCS Operation and Interface Constraints
a. During CSM/LMdocked checkout operations, the LM steerable
and/or RR antennas will not be powered down once they have
been activated. The SM B3 and C4 thrusters will be
deactivated before the LM steerable and/or RR antennas have
been unstowed in order to prevent SM-RCS impingement on these
antennas.
b. The CSMroll jets and LM yaw jets will be disabled when the
probe is preloaded (docking latches are cocked} and the tunnel
is pressurized prior to undocking. The jets will be activated
after tunnel venting.
c. LM RCS two jet ullaqe (System B) will be used for unstaged
ullage maneuvers in order to prevent asymetrical RCS thrust
caused by impingement on the descent stage.
d. The RCS interconnect will be used during the APS lift-off
and ascent, but will not be used during the rendezvous maneuvers.

5. Rendezvous
a. The rendezvous radar will be pointed away from the sun
and will be turned off when no functional use is required
to prevent overheating of the antenna.
b. The LM tracking light will be on continuously between
separation and touchdown and between launch and docking ex-
cept during PGNCS/AOTalignments. During PGNCS/AOTalign-
ments (LM P52), the tracking light would interfere with the
alignments. (dark adaption)

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SECTION II - UPDATE FORMS
UPDATE FORMS

This section contains the update pads which are in the


Flight Data File onboard the spacecraft.
The CSM forms are as follows:
I. TLI Maneuver
2. P37 Block Data

3. P27 Update
4. P30 Maneuver (External _V)
5. P76
6. CSM Rendezvous Rescue

7. Lunar Entry
8. Earth Orbit Entry
9. Earth Orbit Block Data

The LM forms are:

!. P27 Update
2. AGS State Vector Update
3, Phasing P30 LM Maneuver
4. P30 LM Maneuver
5, DOI Data
6. PDI Data
7. Lunar Surface
8. LM Ascent
9. CSI Data
I0. CDH Data
II. TPI Data

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TLI
--I
r-" .._1

X X TB6p _-
X X X X X X R
X X X X X X P TLI
X X X _X X X Y
X X X X X X BT
_VC'
+ + VI
X X X X X X R
X X X X X X p SEP
X X X X X X Y
X X X X R
X X X X P EXTRACTION
X X X X Y

O',
',O
O_

.-I

FI

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TLI PAD

TB 6p X:XX:XX PREDICTED TIME OF BEGINNING OF


(HR:MIN:SEC) S-IVB RESTARTPREPARATIONFOR
TLI (TB6 = TLI IGN -578.6 SEC)

R XXX(DEG) PREDICTED
SPACECRAFT
IMU
p XXX(DEG) GIMBAL
ANGLES
ATTLI
y XXX(DEG) IGNITION

BT X:XX (MIN:SEC) DURATION


OFTLI BURN

_VC XXXX.X(FPS) NOMINAL TLI _V SETINTO


EMS AV COUNTER

VI +XXXXX
(FPS) NOMINAL INERTIALVELOCITY
DISPLAYED ON DSKY AT TLI
CUTOFF

R SEP XXX(DEG) PREDICTED SPACECRAFT


IMU
P SEP XXX(DEG) GIMBAL ANGLESAT COMPLETION
Y SEP XXX (DEG) OF S-IVB MNVRTO CSM/S-IVB
SEP ATTITUDE

R EXT XXX(DEG) PREDICTED SPACECRAFTIMU


P EXT XXX(DEG) GIMBAL ANGLES ATTIME
Y EXT XXX (DEG) OF CSM EXTRACTION OF
LM FROM S-IVB

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P37 BLOCK DATA
' I. ! O T,
X l il X t _VT
X _
[ X ' LONG
GET400K
! GETI
X X _VT
X X LONG
GET400K
GETI
X X AVT
X X LONG
GET400K
GETI eo
X X AVT
X I
B
X LONG
T GET400K
GETI
X X AVT
X X LONG
GET400K
o-.
_O
GETI
O _.
X X AVT
X X LONG
-- GET400K
<1: GETI
X X AVT
X X LONG
GET400K
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P37 BLOCK DATA

GETI XXX:XX DESIRED


TIMEOFIGNITION
(HR:MIN)

ZVT XXXX(FPS) TOTAL


VELOCITY
OF MNVR

LONG +XXX(DEG) LONGITUDE OFTHELANDING


POINT FOR ENTRY GUIDANCE

GET400K XXX:XX TIMEOF ENTRYINTERFACE


(HR:MIN)

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P27 UPDATE

PURP V V VI
n

GF T •

304 .)1 INDEX INDEX INDEX


O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
"_ 07
bo

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
2O
21
O'_
22
O_

. 23
•_ 24

N34 HRS X X X X X X
MIN X X X X X X X X i
NAV CHECK SEC X X X X
N43 LAT 0 0
LONG [
I

ALT + 0 + 0_
i

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P27 UPDATE - CSM

PURP XXX TYPE OFDATA TOBE


RECEIVED (SUCH AS:
CMC TIME)

V XX(VERB) TYPE OFCOMMAND


LOAD
(70-71-72-73)

GET XXX:XX:XX TIMEDATARECORDED


(HR:MIN:SEC)

304 Ol XX (OCTAL) INDEXNO. OFCOMMAND


WORDS IN LOAD

02-24 XX (OCTAL) CORRECTION


IDENTIFIERS

N34 NAVCHECK XXX:XX:XX.XX TIME FORCONFIRMATION


(HR:MIN:SEC) OF GROUNDTRACK

N43

LAT XX.XX(DEG) LATITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

LONG XXX.XX(DEG) LONGITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

ALT XXX.X(DEG) ALTITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

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P30 MANEUVER
PURPOSE

SET STARS Ip PROP/GUID


+ WT N47

RALIG
N 0 0 PTRIMN48
"o PALl
co GN 0 0 YTRIM o
e0
o + 0 0 I HRS GETI "
YALIGN__
+ 0 0 0 MIN N33
+ 0 SEC

ULLAGE. z_VX N81


AVy
Z_V7
X X X R
X X X P
X X X Y

+ HA N42
Hp
+ Z_VT
X X X BT
HORIZO N/M/INDOW
X _VC
X X X X SXTS
+ 0 SFT

+ I0
I
0 TRN
0"-
-o X X X BSS
o,.
X X SPA
._ X X X SXP
p./
_- 0 LAT N61
_: OTHER
LONG
+ RTGO EMS
+ VIO
GET 0. 050

2-8
P30 MANEUVER

PURPOSE XXXXX TYPEOF MNVR


TO BE PERFORMED

PROP/GUID XXX/XXX PROPULSION SYSTEM (SPS/RCS)/


GUIDANCE (SCS/G&N)

WT +XXXXX(!bs) PREMANEUVER
VEHICLEWEIGHT

P TRIM +X.XX (DEG) SPSPITCHGIMBAL


OFFSET
TO
- PLACETHRUST
THROUGH
THECG

Y TRIM +X.XX (DEG) SPSYAWGIMBAL OFFSETTO


- PLACE THRUST THROUGHTHE CG

GETI XX:XX:XX.XX TIME OFMNVR


IGNITION
(HRS:MIN:SEC)

aVX +XXXX.X(FPS) P30 VELOCITY


TO BE GAINED
_V¥ TXXXX.X(FPS) COMPONENTS
IN LOCALVERTICAL
_VZ TXXXX.X(FPS) COORDINATES

R XXX(DEG) IMUGIMBAL
ANGLES
OF
p XXX(DEG) MANEUVER
ATTITUDE
y XXX(BEG)

HA XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED APOGEE


ALTITUDE
AFTER MANEUVER

HP +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED PERIGEE


ALTITUDE
AFTER MANEUVER

&VT +XXXX.X(FPS) TOTALVELOCITY


OF MANEUVER

BT X:XX (MIN:SEC) MANEUVER


DUPJ_TION

&VC XXXX.X(FPS) PREMANEUVER&V SETTING


IN
EMS &V COUNTER

SXTS XX (OCTAL) SEXTANT STARFORMANEUVER


ATTITUDE CK

SFT +XXX.X(DEG) SEXTANT SHAFT SETTING


FOR
MANEUVER ATTITUDE CK

TRN +XX.X (DEG) SEXTANT TRUNNION SETTING


FOR
MANEUVER ATTITUDE CK

BSS XX (OCTAL) BORESIGHT STARFORMANEUVER


ATTITUDE CK USING THE COAS

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SPA +XX.X (DEG) BSSPITCHANGLE ONCOAS
FOR
MANEUVER ATTITUDE CK

SXP +X.X (DEG) BSSX POSITION ONCOAS


FOR
MANEUVER ATTITUDE CK

LAT +XX.XX(DEG) LATITUDEANDLONGITUDE OFTHE


LONG YXXX.XX(DEG) LANDING POINTFORENTRY
GUIDANCE

RTGO +XXXX.X
(NM) RANGE TOGOFOREMS
INITIALIZATION

VIO +XXXXX(FPS) INERTIALVELOCITY AT .05G FOR


EMS INITIALIZATION

GET(.05G) XXX:XX:XX.XX TIME OF .05G


(HRS:MIN:SEC)

SETSTARS XX (OCTAL) STARSFORBACKUP


GDCALIGN
XX (OCTAL)

R, P, Y XXX(BEG) ATTITUDE
TOBESETIN
(ALIGN) XXX(DEG) ATTITUDE
SETTWFORBACKUP
XXX(DEG) GDCALIGN

ULLAGE X (jETS) NO.OFSMRCSJETSUSED AND


XX.X (SEC) LENGTHOF TIME OF ULLAGE

HORIZON/WINDOW XX.X (DEG) WINDOWMARKING AT WHICH


HORIZON IS PLACED AT A
SPECIFIED TIG (ATT CK)

OTHER ADDITIONAL REMARKS


VOICED
UP BY MCC-H

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P76 UPDATE PAD

PURPOSE

+ 0 0 j + 0 0 HR N33
+ 0 0 0 j +1 0 0 0 MIN TIG
i
+ 0 _, + 0 SEC
AVX N84
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AVZ
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PURPOSE -o
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+ 0 + 0 SEC
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PURPOSE
_: + 0 0 + 0 0 HR N33
+ 0 0 0 + 0 0 0 MIN TIG
+ 0 + 0 SEC
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AVY
AVZ

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P76 UPDATE PAD

PURPOSE XXXXX PURPOSE


OFMANEUVER

N33 TIG XX:XX:XX.XX TIMEOF IGNITION


(HR:MIN:SEC)

N84

&VX XXXX.X(FPS) COMPONENTS OF


_VY XXXX.X(FPS) &V APPLIED ALONG
_VZ XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL AXIS
AT TIG (LM)

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CSM SEP PAD

33 GETI XXX:XX:XX. XX GET OF CSM/LM SEPARATION


(HRS:MIN:SEC) BURN

81 DELTAVX +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL


DELTAVY +XXXX.X (FPS) VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ +XXXX.X(FPS) OF SEPBURN

22 R XXX(DEG) SEPARATIONBURN
P XXX(BEG) INERTIALGINBAL
ANGLES
Y XXX(BEG)

DOI PAD

84 DELTAVX XXXX.X(FPS) LM LOCALVERTICAL


DELTAVY XXXX.X (FPS) VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ XXXX,X(FPS) FORDOI BURN

33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOFDOI BURN


(HRS:MIN:SEC)

PDI + 12 ABORT PAD

84 DELTAVX XXXX.X (FPS) LM LOCALVERTICALVELOCITY


DELTAVY XXXX.X (FPS) COMPONENTS FORFIRST
DELTAVZ XXXX.X(FPS) OPPORTUNITY PDI
PLUS 12 MIN ABORT

33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF PDI + 12


(HRS:MIN:SEC) MIN ABORTBURN

"CSM RESCUE" PAD

PHAS 33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF CSM


(HRS:MIN:SEC) ABORTPHASINGBURN

TPI 37 GETI XXX:XX:XX.


XX GETOF TPI FOR
(PDI lO) (HRS:MIN:SEC) LMABORTS BETWEEN
PDI AND PDI + lO MIN

TPI 37 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF TPI FOR


(PDI lO) (HRS:MIN:SEC) LMABORTS AFTER
PDI + lO MIN

"CSM RESCUE UPDATE" PAD

PHAS 33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF CSM


(HRS:MIN:SEC) ABORTPHASINGBURN
FOR 2ND OPPORTUNITY
(l REV DELAY)

2-14
TPI (PDI 14.5) GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF TPI
37 (HRS:MIN:SEC) FORLM ABORTS
BETWEEN PDI AND
PDI + 14.5 MIN
FOR 2ND OPPORTUNITY

TPI (T2) GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF PREFERRED


37 (HRS:MIN:SEC) LMLIFTOFFTIME

RESCUE TWO PAD

47 WT XXXX.X(Ibs) PREMANEUVER
CSM WEIGHT

48 P TRIM X.XX(DEG) SPSPITCH& YAW


GIMBAL OFFSET TO
Y TRIM X.XX (DEG) PLACE THRUST
THROUGH THE CG

33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOFRESCUE


(HRS:MIN:SEC) BURN

81 DELTAVX XXXX,
X (FPS) LOCALVERTICAL
DELTAVY XXXX,X (FPS) VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ XXXX.X (FPS) OF RESCUEBURN

22 R XXX(DEG) RESCUE
BURN
P XXX(DEG) GIMBAL
ANGLES
Y XXX(BEG)

_Vc _Vc XX.X (FPS) VELOCITY TOBE


SET IN EMS
COUNTER FOR RESCUE
BURN

II GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOF CSI


(HRS:MIN:SEC) BURNBASEDON
RESCUE BURN

37 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX GETOFTPI


(HRS:MIN:SEC) BURNBASEDON
RESCUE BURN

N X THEFUTURE APSIDAL
CROSSING (APOLUNE
OR PERILUNE) OF
THE ACTIVE VEHICLE
AT WHICH CDH SHOULD
OCCUR

2-15
CSI ONE

II GETI XXX:XX:XX.X GETOF CSI OnE


(HRS:MIN:SEC) BURN

81 DELTAVX XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL


DELTAVY XXXX.X (FPS) VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ XXXX.X(FPS) OF CSI ONEBURN

N X THEFUTURE APSIDAL
CROSSING (APOLUNE
OR PERILUNE) OF
THE ACTIVE VEHICLE
AT WHICH CDH SHOULD
OCCUR

CSI TWO, THREE, FOUR

SAME AS ABOVE EXCEPT CSI TWO, THREE, FOUR

CDH

13 GETI XXX:XX:XX.X GETOFCDH


(HRS:MIN:SEC BURN

81 DELTAVX XXXX.
X (FPS) LOCALVERTICAL
DELTAVY XXXX.X (FPS) VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ XXXX.X(FPS) OF CDHBURN

TPI

37 XXX:XX:XX.X GETOFLMTPI
(HRS:MIN:SEC BURN

81 DELTAVX XXX(FPS LOCALVERTICAL


DELTAVY XXX (FPS VELOCITYCOMPONENTS
DELTAVZ XXX(FPS OF TPI BURN

59 _V (LOS) XXX(FPS VELOCITY COMPONENTS


ALONG THE LINE
OF SIGHT TO TARGET

LOSBT X:XX MIN:SEC BURNDURATION ALONG


THE LINE OF SIGHT

P22 PAD

T1 XXX:XX:XX.XX GETAT WHICH


(HRS:MIN:SEC) LANDMARKAPPEARS
ON HORIZON

2-16
T2 XXX:XX:XX.XX GET AT WHICH
(HR:MIN:SEC) LANDMARKLOS IS
35° ABOVE LOCAL
HORIZONTAL

NM (NORS) XX.X(NM) DISTANCE OF


LANDMARK NORTH OR
SOUTH OF ORBITAL
TRACK

89 LAT +XX.X(DEG) LATITUDE OF LANDMARK


LONG 7XX (DEG) LONGITUDE OF LANDMARK
ALT ALTITUDE OF LANDMARK
ABOVE OR BELOW MEAN
LUNAR RADIUS

NOMINAL LM IGNITION TIMES

CSI II GETI XXX:XX:XX.X NOMINALGET


(HRS:MIN:SEC) OF LM CSI BURN

PC33 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX NOMINAL GET


(HRS:MIN:SEC) OF LM PLANECHANGE
BURN

TPI 37 GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX NOMINALGETOFLM


(HRS:MIN:SEC) TPI BURN

2-17
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LUNAR ENTRY
AREA
X X X X X X R 0.05G
X X X X X X P 0.05G
X X X X X X Y 0.05G
GET HOR
CK
X X X X X X P
0 ' 0 LAT N61
LONG
X X X X X X MAX G

+ + V400K N60
0 0 - 0 0 ¥400K
+ + RTGO EMS
+ + VIO
RRT
X X X X RET0.05G

+ 0 0 + 0 0 DL MAXN69

ZC
mr- --+ 0 0 + 0 0 DLMIN _:"-
Z --+ + VLMAX Z _-
zDZ
+ + vLMIN
._X_
X X X X X DO
X X X X RETVCIRC
X X X X RETBBO
X X X X RETEBO
o,,
,4D
o. X X X X RETDRO
X X X X X X X X SXTS
-- _ 0 + 0 SFT

<: + 0 0 + 0 0 TRN
X X X X X X BSS
X X X X SPA
X X X X X X SXP
X X X X X X X X LIFTVECTOR

2-18
LUNAR ENTRY PAD

AREA XXXXX SPLASHDOWN AREADEFINED


BY
TARGET LINE

R .05G XXX(DEG) SPACECRAFTIMU GIMBAL


ANGLES
P .05G XXX(DEG) REQUIREDFORAERODYNAMIC
Y .05G XXX(DEG) TRIMAT .05G

GET XXX:XX:XX TIMEOF ENTRYATTITUDE


(HORCK) (HRS:MIN:SEC) HORIZCHECKAT E! -17 MIN.

P XXX(DEG) PITCHATTITUDEFORHORIZON
(HOR
CK) CHECKATEl -17 MIN.

LAT +XX.XX(DEG) LATITUDE


OFTARGET
POINT

LONG +XXX.XX(DEG) LONGITUDE


OFTARGET
POINT

MAXG XX.X (G's) PREDICTED MAXIMUM


REENTRY
ACCELER_,TION

V4OOK +XXXXX(FPS) INERTIALVELOCITY


AT ENTRY
INTERFACE

400K -X.XX (DEG) INERTIALFLIGHTPATHANGLE


AT
ENTRY INTERFACE

RTGO +XXXX.X(NM) RANGE TO GOFROM.05G TOTARGET


FOR EMS INITIALIZATION

VIO +XXXXX
(fps) INERTIALVELOCITY AT ,05G
FOR EMS INITIALIZATION

RRT XXX:XX:XX REENTRY REFERENCETIME BASED


(HRS:MIN:SEC) ON GET OF PREDICTED400K
(BET START)

RET.05G XX:XX TIMEOF .05G FROM


400K(RRT)
(MIN:SEC)

DL MAX +X.XX (G's) MAXIMUM ACCEPTABLE VALUEOF


PREDICTED DRAG LEVEL (FROM CMC)

DL MIN +X.XX (G's) MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE VALUEOF


PREDICTED DP,AG LEVEL (FROM CMC)

VL MAX +XXXXX(FPS) MAXIMUM ACCEPTABLE VALUEOF


EXIT VELOCITY (FROM CMC)

2-19
VL MIN +XXXXX(FPS) MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE VALUEOF
EXIT VELOCITY (FROM CMC)

DO X.XX(G's) PLANNEDDRAGLEVEL
DURING
CONSTANT G

RET VCIRC XX:XX TIME FROMEl THAT S/C VELOCITY


(MIN:SEC) BECOMESCIRCULAR

RETBBO XX:XX TIMEFROMEl TOTHEBEGINNING


(MIN:SEC) OF BLACKOUT

RETEBO XX:XX TIMEFROM


El TOTHEENDOF
(MIN:SEC) BLACKOUT

RETDRO XX:XX TIMEFROMEl TO DROGUE


DEPLOY
(MIN:SEC)

SXTS XX (OCTAL) SEXTANT


STARFORENTRY
ATTITUDE
CHECK

SFT +XXX.
X (DEG) SEXTANT SHAFT SETTINGFOR
ENTRY ATTITUDE CHECK

TRN +XX.X(DEG) SEXTANT TRUNNION SETTING


FOR
ENTRY ATTITUDE CHECK

BSS XXX(OCTAL) BORESIGHT STARFORENTRY


ATTITUDE CHECK USING THE COAS

SPA +XX.X(DEG) BSSPITCHANGLE ONCOAS


FOR
ENTRY ATTITUDE CHECK

SXP +X.X (DEG) BSSX POSITION ONCOASFOR


ENTRY ATTITUDE CHECK

LIFT VECTOR XX (UP/DN) LIFT VECTORDESIREDAT .05G's


BASED ON ENTRY CORRIDOR

2-20
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EARTH ORBIT ENTRY UPDATE
X [ I X Z AREA
X X - X X - _V TO

X X X II X X X R 0.05G EMS
X X X I X X X P 0.05G
X X X X X X Y 0.05G

+ + RTGO EMS
I
+1 + I VlO
X ,IX X X RET0.05G
0 0 LAT N61
! LONG
i
X X II X X RET0.2G
o',,
o-,'° I DRE f55
°) N66
-- j / •
•,o" R R ' / R R, / BANK AN
j X X X X RETRB
_: X X X X RETBBQ
<
X X X X RETEBO
X X X X RETDRQG

X X X X X X (90°/fps) CHART
X X X X DRE (90°) UPDATE
POST BURN

X X X X X X P 0.05G
+ + RTGO EMS
+ + VIO
X X X X RET0.05G
X X X X RET 0.2G
r'n . _.
Z _ _] DRE
::kl00nmN66 O _-

_O R R[ /' R R // BANK AN _ Z
X Xi X X RETRB
X X X X RETBBO

X X X X RETEBO SEC
X X X X RETDROGTO
MAIN

2-21
EARTH ORBIT ENTRY UPDATE

AREA XX×-X RECOVERY AREA- FIRST


3 DIGITS DENOTES REV
IN WHICH LANDING OCCURS.
LAST DIGIT DENOTES
RECOVERY AREA AND SUPPORT
CAPABILITIES

AVTO XX.X (FPS) AVDUETOENGINE


TAILOFF

EMS

R O,05G XXX(DEG) SPACECRAFT IMU


P O.05G XXX(DEG) GIMBAL ANGLES
REQUIRED
Y O.05G XXX(DEG) FORAERODYNAMIC TRIM
AT 0.05G.

EMS

RTGO XXXX.X
(NM) RANGE TOGOFROM
.05G TO TARGET

VIO XXXXX
(FPS) INERTIALVELOCITY
AT .05G FOR EMS
INITIALIZATION

RETO.05G XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROMRETROFIRE


TO .05G

N61

LAT +XX.XX(DEG) LATITUDE


OF IMPACT
LANDING
POINT

LONG +XXX.XX(DEG) LONGITUDE


OF IMPACT
LANDING
POINT

N66

RET XX:XX(MIN:SEC) TIME FROM


RETROFIRE
.2G TO.2G

DRE(55° ) +XXXX.X(NM) DOWNRANGE


ERROR
AT .2G

BANK AN XX/XX (DEG/DEG) BACKUP BANK ANGLE


FOR SCS ENTRY:
ROLL RIGHT/ROLL LEFT

2-22
RETRB XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM RETROFIRE
TO REVERSE BACKUP
BANK ANGLE

RETBBO XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM RETROFIRETO


BEGINNING OF COMMUNICATIONS
BLACKOUT

RETEBO XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM RETROFIRE TO END


OF COMMUNICATIONS BLACKOUT

RETDROG XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM RETROFIRE TO


DROGUE CHUTE DEPLOYMENT

CHART UPDATE

90°/FPS ÷XX VALUES USED TO RE-PLOT


DRE(90° ) _XXX BACKUP ENTRY CHART -
_V AND DOWNRANGE ERROR
(DRE) @ 90° BANK ANGLE

POST BURN

P O.05G XXX(DEG) PITCHANGLE@ENTRY


INTERFACE

EMS

RTGO +XXXX,X(NM) RANGE TO GOFROM O.05G


TO TARGET FOR EMS COUNTER

VIO +XXXXX
(FPS) INERTIALVELOCITY
@O.05G

RETO.05G XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROMRETROFIRE


TO O.5G

RET 02G XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM


RETROFIRE
TO O.2G

DRE +XXXX.X
(NM) DOWN
RANGE
ERROR

BANK AN XX/XX (DEG/DEG) BACKUP BANK ANGLE FOR SCS


ENTRY: ROLL RIGHT/ROLL LEFT

RETRB XX:XX (MIN:SEC) TIME FROM RETROFIRE TO


REVERSE BACKUP BANK ANGLE

2-23
RETBBO XX:XX(MIN:SEC TIME FROM RETROFIRETO
BEGINNING OF COMMUNICATIONS
BLACKOUT

RETEBO XX:XX(MIN:SEC TIME FROMRETROFIRE TOEND


OF COMMUNICATIONS BLACKOUT

RETDROG XX:XX(MIN:SEC TIME FROM RETROFIRETO


DROGUE CHUTE DEPLOYMENT

2-24
EARTH ORBIT BLOCK DATA

X X B X X AREA
' I

X X X X X X L o LAT
X X I[ _, X X _
,I .! LONG
I |
* _ GETI
X X X ! X X X ! I ±VC
i AREA
xix
I j xx .1 , i
X[X X i X X X ' LAT
I LONG
X X ! X X .
* l i GETI

.o X X X %Vc
xxx ! , I ,
,-" X X X X I j AREA
I
_-- X X X X X X LAT

< X X . X X 1 _, LONG
• _ ' GETI
x x x: t

x x x' 1
I I'
X X X X ' ,,_ AREA

X X X !I X X X _ LAT
X X X X 1 LONG
I

'T ! GETI
X X X X X X ' z_V
C
x'<
,-'-
m
r1 xx I
T AREA v
°b x x x , x x x LAT d_.o
L.U ._J

:_" X X ! X X I LONG
GETI

f, AVC
X X X X X X
REM AR KS:

2-25
EARTH ORBIT BLOCK DATA

AREA XXX-X RECOVERY AREA


FIRST 3 DIGITS -
LANDING REVOLUTION
LAST DIGIT -
RECOVERY AREA AND
SUPPORTCAPABILITIES

LAT +XX.XX(DEG) COORDINATES


OFTHE
LONG TXXX.X(DEG) DESIRED
LANDING
AREA

GETI XXX:XX:XX.XX DEORBIT IGNITIONTIME


(HR:MIN:SEC) FORTHE DESIRED
LANDING AREA

&VC XXX.
X (FPS) DEORBIT MANEUVER
&V TO BE LOADED INTO THE
EMS COUNTER.

2-26
LM P27 UPDATE

PO,_ ',1• I ,' • I "1• I


GET • • •

• ' 1174 01 INDEX INDEX INDEX


O2

"_4 03 a-

O4
O5
O6
O7
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
o. 20
•,O
O--
21
"_ 22
"_ 23
a_
•,< 24
N34 HR X X X X X X
MIN X X X X X X X X
NAVCHECKSEC X X X X

N43 LAT 0 0 II
II
LONG
ALT + 0 + 0

li

2-27
P27 UPDATE-LM

PURP XXX TYPE OFDATA TOBE


RECEIVED (SUCH AS:
LDG TIME)

V XX(VERB) TYPE OFCOMMAND


LOAD (70-7]-72-73)

GET XXX:XX:XX TIMEDATARECORDED


(HR:MIN:SEC)

I174 Ol XX(OCTAL) INDEXNO.OFCOMMAND


WORDSIN LOAD

02-24 XX(OCTAL) CORRECTION WORD


IDENTIFIERS

N34 NAVCHECKTIME XXX:XX:XX.XX TIME FORCONFIRMATION


(HR:MIN:SEC) OF GROUNDTRACK

N43

LAT XX.XX(DEG) LATITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

LONG XXX.XX(DEG) LONGITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

ALT XXX.X(NM) ALTITUDE FORGROUND


TRACK CONFIRMATION

2-28
AGS STATE VECTOR UPDATE

PURP

240
241
242
260
261
262
+ + 254
244
245
246
264
265
266
o.
',,0
+ + 272
o-
REMARKS:

-J

2-29
AGS STATE VECTOR UPDATE

PURP PURPOSE FOR AGS


STATE
VECTOR UPDATE

240 +XXXXX I00 FT) LM STATEVECTOR-POSITION


- COMPONENTS

241 +XXXXX
lO0 FT)

242 +XXXXX
lO0 FT)

260 +XXXX.X FPS) LMSTATEVECTOR-VELOCITY


- COMPONENTS

261 +XXXX.XFPS)

262 +XXXX.XFPS)

254 +XXXX.X(MIN) LMTIMEFORWHICH


THE STATE VECTOR IS
ACCURATE

244 +XX×XX(I00 FT) CSMSTATEVECTOR-POSITION


COMPONENTS

245 +XXXXX
(I00 FT)

246 +XXXXX
(I00 FT)

264 +XXXX.×(FPS) CSMSTATEVECTOR-VELOCITY


- COMPONENTS

265 +XXXX,X
(FPS)

266 +XXXX.X
(FPS)

272 +XXXX.X(MIN) CSMTIMEFORWHICH


THE STATE VECTOR IS
ACCURATE

2-30
O7
_.J
0 0 _ X X X X X X
.,_1
+ + + +j + X X X X X X
(D
= = = • o_ ; -e = = I •
= ! to-
_:_ x _: x x x xl
..t- 7t- ..4-
_ z
•-F _'- v_ <1 ,,::;I <:1 -r -.r-. <1 e,_ e.¢" o.. _ "_ _ "_ v_ _
2-31
PHASING

N33 PHASINGTIG XXX:XX:XX.XX IGNITION TIME OF


(HR:MIN:SEC) LM MANEUVER

N81 LOCAL VERTICAL AV

AVX +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICALAVCOMPONENTS


- OFTHEMANEUVER
AVY +XXXX.X(FPS)

AVZ +XXXX.X (FPS)

N42 ORBITAL PARAMETERS

HA +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED APOGEE


RESULTING
FROM MANEUVER

HP +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED PERIGEE


RESULTING
FROM MANEUVER

AVR +XXXX.X(FPS) TOTALAV REQUIRED


FOR
THE MANEUVER

BT X:XX (MIN:SEC DURATION


OFTHEMANEUVER

FDAI

R XXX(DEG) INERTIAL FDAIANGLES


AT THE BURN ATTITUDE

P XXX
(BEG)

AGS AV

AVXAGS +XXXX.X(FPS LOCALVERTICALAV


AVYAGS +"-XXXX.X
(FPS COMPONENTS
OF THE
AVZAGS _XXXX.X(FPS MANEUVER
TO TARGET
- THEAGS

BSS XX (OCTAL) BSSSTARFORMANEUVER


ATTITUDE CHECK

SPA +XX.X (DEG) BSS PITCH ANGLE ON


SXP TXX.X (DEG) COAS,& BSSX POSITION
ON COAS FOR MANEUVER
ATTITUDE CHECK

2-32
P30 LM MANEUVER
13 0
LO eq
o !PURPOSE a_
+ 0 0 + 0 0 HR N33
+ 0 0 0 + 0 0 0 MIN TIG
+ 0 + 0 SEC
AVX N81
AVY LOCAL
AVZ VERT
+ + Ha N42
HD
+ + AVR
X X X X X X BT
X X X X X X R FDAI
X X X X X X P INER
AVX AGS N86
AVY AGS
AVZ AGS
X X X X X X BSS
X X X X SPA
X X: X X X X: SXP
PEMARKS:

2-33
P30 LM MANEUVER

PURPOSE XXXXX PURPOSE OF MANEUVER


(SUCH AS DOI TARGETING)

N33 TIG OF MANEUVER XXX:XX:XX.XX IGNITION TIME FORTHE MANEUVER


(HR:MIN:SEC)

N81 LOCAL VERTICAL AV

AVX +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCAL


VERTICAL
AV
- COMPONENTS
OFTHE
AVY +XXXX.X(FPS) MANEUVER

AVZ +XXXX.X
(FPS)

N42 ORBITAL PARAMETERS

HA +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED APOGEE AND


PERIGEE RESULTING FROM
HP +XXXX.X
(NM) THEMANEUVER

AVR +XXXX.X(FPS) TOTALAV REQUIRED


FORTHE
MANEUVER

BT X:XX(MIN:SEC) DURATION
OFTHEMANEUVER

FDAI

R XXX(DEG) INERTIAL
FDAIANGLES
AT
P XXX(DEG) THEBURNATTITUDE

N86 AGS AV

AVXAGS +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL AV


-- COMPONENTSOF THE
AVYAGS +XXXX.X(FPS) MANEUVER
USEDTO
- TARGETTHEAGS
AVZAGS +XXXX.X(FPS)

BSS XX (OCTAL) BSSSTARFORBURN


ATTITUDE CHECK

SPA +XX.X(DEG) BSSPITCHANGLE ON


- COAS, & BSS X POSITION
SXP +XX.X(DEG) ONCOAS FORMANEUVER
ATTITUDE CHECK

2-34
-QO
Q- 0 0 X
+i + ,i+' + li+ × "
2-35
DOI DATA CARD

N33 DOI TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX IGNITIONTIME OF


(HR:MIN:SEC) LM MANEUVER

N81 LOCALVERTICALAV LOCALVERTICALAV COMPONENTS


OF THE MANEUVER

AVX +XXXX.X
(FPS)

AVY +XXXX.X
(FPS)

AVZ +XXXX.X
(FPS)

N42 ORBITAL PARAMETERS

HA +XXXX°X(NM) PREDICTED APOGEE


RESULTING
FROM MANEUVER

HP +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED PERIGEE


RESULTING
FROM MANEUVER

AVR +XXXX.X(FPS) TOTALAV REQUIRED


FOR
THE MANEUVER

BT X:XX (MIN:SEC) DURATION


OFTHEMANEUVER

FDAI

R XXX(DEG) INERTIAL FDAIANGLES


AT THE BURN ATTITUDE
P XXX
(BEG)

N86 AGS AV

AVXAGS +XXXXoX (FPS) LOCALVERTICAL AV


AVY AGS +-XXXX.X (FPS) COMPONENTSOF THE
AVZ AGS +--XXXX.X (FPS) MANEUVERTO TARGET
THE AGS

BSS XXX (OCTAL) BSS STAR FOR MANEUVER


ATTITUDE CHECK

SPA +XX.X(DEG) BSSPITCHANGLE ON


SXP TXX.X (DEG) COAS,& BSSX POSITION
-- ONCOASFORMANEUVER
ATTITUDE CHECK

2-36
L
!-
-
!i L -. _ i--I'"
i ._. l _
o
• ... --41.
' I IC,
' x x x ! ,=_,c:, O!C,
o (:_ 0 _ J x x x o c=, _ C, 0
o+ o+ + i
i
i F-]
"
_
_+
!
x xi:,< Ii
'
_
i
÷ o+ ; + +i+ : ÷
• _ i . 0 0
o o i i × _I_ ; o o olo ' "
o o o ' x x i'-x ; _ .... I'
i i c_io c, oi_, o
+ + + 11 1i + -I- X X'X II "_i '+ _ + +: ÷ I-:
,_,I
,'_ ...s _ .',- _ <_ ,.o ,- ,-:, ,-, ,-, __
",.0 (.'0 _
,=_
I"-
i
d
÷ :
i

x
!
, •

'
_
---

°°°°°°
-I- -F, -F- +, + +
F
40 .... _ -- Z
o c_: x!x x oio'
0 010 x x x:x A C _ 0 0 010
+ +I+ x X x x + + +
i -{-÷ -F-
,.,.,
c.O r"-,
2-37
PDI DATA CARD

PDI PAD

TIG PDI XXX:XX:XX°XX PDI IGNITIONTIME


(HR:MIN:SEC)

TGO XX:XX(MIN:SEC) TIMETO HIGHGATE

CROSSRANGE +XXXX.X(NM) OUT-OF-PLANE DISTANCE


BETWEEN THE INITIAL LM
ORBITAL PLANE AND THE
LANDING SITE (POSITIVE
INDICATES LANDING SITE
IS NORTH OF ORBITAL PLANE)

FDAI AT TIG

R XXX(DEG) INERTIAL
FDAIANGLES
P XXX(DEG) ATIGNITION
Y XXX(BEG)

DEDA231 XXXXX(I00 FT) LUNARRADIUSAT THE


(IF REQ'D) LANDING
SITE

PDI ABORT <I0 MIN

TPI TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX TPI IGNITIONTIME


(HR:MIN:SEC)

PDI ABORT >lO MIN

PHASINGTIG XXX:XX:XX,XX TIME OF IGNITIONOF


(HR:MIN:SEC) LM PHASINGMANEUVER

TPI TIG XXX:XX:XX,XX TPI IGNITIONTIME


(HR:MIN:SEC)

2-38
NO PDI +12 ABORT

N33 ABORTTIG XXX:XX:XX.XX IGNITION TIME FOR


(HR:MIN:SEC) ABORTBURN

N81 LOCAL VERTICAL AV

AVX +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL AV


COMPONENTS OF THE
AVY +XXXX.X(FPS) PHASINGMANEUVER

AVZ +XXXX.X
(FPS)

N42 ORBITAL PARAMETERS

HA +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED APOGEE


RESULTING FROM HANEUVER

HP +XXXX.X(NM) PREDICTED PERIGEE


RESULTING FROM MANEUVER

AVR XXXX.X(FPS) TOTALAV REQUIRED


FOR THE MANEUVER

BT X:XX (MIN:SEC) DURATION


OF MANEUVER

FDAI

R XXX(DEG) INERTIAL FDAIANGLES


AT THE BURN ATTITUDE
P XXX
(DEG)

N86 AGS AV

AVXAGS +XXXX.X(FPS) LOCALVERTICAL AV


COMPONENTS OF THE
AVYAGS +XXXX.X(FPS) MANEUVERTO TARGET
THE AGS
AVZAGS +XXXX.X(FPS)

Nil CSl TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX TIME OF IGNITION


(HR:MIN:SEC) FORCSI BURN

N37 TPI TIG XXX:XX:XX.XX TIME OF IGNITION


(HR:MIN:SEC) FORTPI BURN

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SECTION 4

DETAILED OBJECTIVE ACTIVITIES

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

Each activity summary provides the following information:

A. TEST OBJECTIVES. This is the listing of the Functional Test


Objectives (complete or partial) which relate to the
particular activity;

B. TEST REQUIREMENTS. Here the special test prerequisites (and


mission phase if necessary) are presented in addition to brief
statements of the requirements for performing the activity;

C. TEST PROCEDURES/CHECKLISTS. These are the procedural


references for the performance of the activity as far as
the test objectives are concerned; and

D. DATA REQUIREMENTS. This part of the summary identifies the


gross data which are needed for evaluation of test results
in terms of flight crew and ground support requirements.

Cross references for relating Detailed and Functional Test Objectives with
the activity summaries and relating activities to Functional Test Objectives, are
provided as the initial part of this section.

The following ground rules are to be used in implementing data requirements:

A. The collection of highly desirable (HD) data should not constrain


the timeline of the crew _rocedures.

B. Post-flight debriefing requirements which are fulfilled by real time


transmission of data per the DATA REQUIREMENTSsections may be deleted
from the post-flight debriefing.

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

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TABLE 4-I
MISSION ACTIVITY AND
TEST OBJECTIVE CROSS REFERENCE

ACTIVITY FTO

LMDescent D-l, G-l, G-3, H-l, M-I

Lunar Surface Navigation G-l, G-2, G-3, L-4, M-2

EVA Preparation and Egress B-l, B-2, C-l, C-2, C-3, L-l

Surface Sample Collection A-l, E-l, F-l, F-2, I-3, J-2, J-3,
J-4, M-3

External LM Observations and Photography D-l, D-2, D-3, D-4, L-2, M-3

Lunar Surface Observations and Photography E-l, E-2, E-3, H-2, J-5, L-3, L-4,
M-3

Experiment Deployment/Conduct S-031, S-078, S-080

Post EVA Operations B-l, C-l, C-2

Contamination Prevention I-l, I-2

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LM DESCENT

A. Test Objective

D-l LM Landing Gear Performance Under Landing Conditions


G-l Location of the Landed LM from LM Data
G-3 Capability of Locating the Landed LM in Real Time from
LM/CSM/MSFN Data
H-l Data on Landing Aids and Final Approach Visibility
M-l Photograph Lunar Surface During LM Descent

B. Test Requirements

I. Determine landing site visibility, extent of washout and visibility


of landing site landmarks. [H]

2. Photograph the landing site during the approach through the LM pilot's
window with the data acquisition camera. [G, H, M]

3. Evaluate landing aids, i.e., Landing Point Designator, maps, photo-


graphs. [G, H]

4. Assess visual phenomena during LM landing which are significantly different


from expected. [H]

5. Voice anotate location and identity of features during final descent.


[m]
6. Determine landing location in real time by description of terrain
features during descent. [G]

7. Assess LM landing conditions on the lunar surface. [D]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

2. Descent Procedures Document.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. LM crew comments on landing site visibility during final approach


and landing phases and on effectiveness of the Landing Point Desig-
nator and landing site recognition aids. [H] (M)

b. GET at start of data acquisition camera photographs during LM


final approach. [H] (M)

c. Voice track regarding observations of surface features during the


descent phase. [G] (M)

d. Photographs of the landing site and surrounding lunar surface


features taken through a LM window during descent. [G, M] (M)

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e. Data Acquisition Camera photographs of the landing site from
high gate to touchdown. [H, M] (M)

f. Photographs of the landing site and surrounding lunar surface


features taken through a LM window during descent. [G, M] (N)

g. Comments on any lunar dust observed during the final approach,


the severity of the landing and vehicle stability after touchdown.
[D] (M)

2. Ground Support

a. LM TM HBR. [D, G, H] (I,1)

b. LM TM LBR. [D, G] (M)

c, LM BET from DOi through touchdown. [G, H] (M)

d. MSFN tracking data of LM from acquisition of signal through


touchdown. [G] (F4)

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LUNAR SURFACE NAVIGATION

A. Test Objectives

G-I Determine the Location of the Landed LM from LM Data


G-2 Determine the Location of the Landed LM from CSM Data
G-3 Determine Capability of Locating the Landed LM in Real Time
from LM/CSM/MSFNData
L-4 Panoramic Coverage of Distant Terrain Features
M-2 Photograph Lunar Surface Post Touchdown/Pre EVA

B. Test Requirements

I. Correlate lunar surface features surrounding the landing site with


photomaps and mark the LM location. [G, L, M]

2. Photograph terrain features thru the LM window to correlate LM location.


[G, M]

3. Obtain two sets of LM IMU alignments after landing [G]

4. Provide TV coverage of prominent terrain features. [G, L]

5. Track the landed LM from the CSM during two orbital passes. Mark
on a landmark near the landed LM. [G] - (Only one pass is implemented.)

6. Track the CSM with LM RR during one pass. [G] - (Not Implemented.)

7. Obtain 70 MM photographs of the landed LM or its shadow and the sur-


rounding lunar features. [G]

8. Assist MCCH in determining the landing LM location in real time. [G, L]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

2. LM AOH, "PGNCS Lunar Surface Align Program (P57)".

3. LM AOH, "Lunar Surface Navigation Program (P22)"

4. CSM AOH, "Orbital Navigation (P22)".

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Estimate of the landed LM location on lunar photomaps. [G] (M)

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b. Comments by LM crew regarding any difficulties encountered in
estimating the location of the LM with respect to lunar surface
features. [G] (HD)

c. Comments by LM crewman on location of landed LM with respect


to prominent terrain features. [G] (M)

d. Obtain high resolution photographs of the landing area from the


CSM. [G] (M)

e. Photographs of the landing site and surrounding lunar surface


features taken through a LM window after landing. [G, M] (M)

f. Provide TV coverage of the lunar surface as viewed from the LM.


[G, L] (M)

2. Ground Support

a. LM TLM HBR. [G] (M)

b. LM TLM LBR. [G] (M)

c. BET of CSM during the lunar surface phase. [G] (M)

d. BET of LM from DOI through touchdown. [G] (M)

e. Photographs of the landing area obtained during previous lunar


missions. [G] (M)

f. Post-scan conversion video tape of all TV coverage. [L] (M)

g. Estimate solar illumination established by mission geometry. [L] (M)

h. Reflectivity and geometry of surfaces contributing to indirect


illumination. [L] (HD)

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EVA PREPARATION AND EGRESS

A. Test Objectives

B-l Demonstrate Egress-to/Ingress-from the Lunar Surface


B-2 Evaluate Crew Lunar Surface EVA Capability
C-l EMU Capability to Provide a Habitable Environment
C-2 EMU Effects on Crew Mobility/Dexterity/Comfort
C-3 Data/Voice Communications Capability During EVA
L-I TV Coverage of an Astronaut Descending to the Lunar Surface

B. Test Requirements

I. Perform EVA preparations. [C]

2. Release the MESA pallet with pre-mounted TV camera and turn camera
power on prior to descent to the lunar surface. [L]

3. Egress to the lunar surface. [B, C]

4. Deploy and set the TV camera to provide TV coverage of the lunar surface
EVA. [L]

5. During EVA, communicate with MSFN via the EVA-LM-MSFN two way voice
relay. [C]

6. Two-way voice communications to be performed between two EVA crewmen.


[c]
7, EMU and biomedical data from two EVA crewmen will be simultaneously
transmitted to MSFN via EVA-LM-MSFN one-way relay, [C]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. EVA Procedures Document.

2. Lunar Surface Operations Plan.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Notify MSFN of the initial and final positions of the PLSS water
diverter valve, primary oxygen shutoff valve and water shutoff/
relief valve each time they are changed. [C] (M)

b. Notify MSFN when PLSS; High 02 flowrate, low vent flow, low feed
water pressure or PGA pressure low remote control unit status
indicators and audible warning tone come on, [C] (M)

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c Record EMU radiation dosimeter readings just prior to the EVA.
[c](M)
d Notify MSFN if noxious odors occur or any condensation on the
visor assembly. [C] (HD)

e Comment on the adequacy of procedures and difficulties encountered


during donning of EMU equipment. [C] (HD)

f Comment on time required and adequacy of the EMU checkout pro-


cedures. [C] (MD)

g Comment on the adequacy of EMU thermal environment when walking


from a sunlit area to shadow and vice versa. [C] (_)

h Comment on estimated energy expenditure and comfort as compared


to simulation experience. [C] (HD)

i Provide data on the adequacy of hardware and procedures, and the


time required to perform the egress from the LM. [B] (M)

j. Comment on voice quality for EVA-EVA and EVA-LM-MSFN communications.


[C] (M)

k. Provide sequence camera coverage and TV camera coverage of: [B, M]


(M)
l) A crew member descending to the lunar surface.

2) A crew member walking on the lunar surface.

3) A crew member performing lunar surface EVA operations.

2. Ground Support

a. LM TM FM. EB, C] (M)

b. Ground recorded TV signals. [B] (HD)

c. LM TM LBR. [k] (HD)

d. Post-scan conversion video tape of all TV coverage. ILl (M)

e. Record of S-band signal strength during video transmission. ILl (HD)

f. GET at beginning and end of TV transmission. [L]

g. Time period, if any, when LBR TM (in lieu of HBR TM) transmitted
simultaneously with TV data. [L] (M)

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h. Identity of ground station(s) used to record video transmission
from LM. [L] (M)

i. Time period, if any, when erectable antenna used to transmit


TV data. [L] (M)

j Estimate of incident illumination. [L] (M)

k. LM position on lunar surface. [H] (HD)

I. MSFN recording of EVA-LM-MSFN voice. [C] (M)

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SURFACE SAMPLE COLLECTION

A. Test Objectives

A-I Provide a Contingency Lunar Surface Sample


E-I Behavior and Characteristics of the Lunar Surface
F-I Collect Rock Samples and Fine Grained Material
F-2 Photograph Collection Area of Samples
I-3 Obtain a Lunar Sample for Quarantine Testing
J-2 Obtain a Core Sample of the Lunar Surface
J-3 Collect Lunar Geologic Samples
J-4 Collect a Lunar Environment Sample
M-3 Obtain Photographs of Geologic Inspection & Sampling

B. Test Requirements

I. Contingency Sample - Obtain upon first descending to the lunar surface.


[A]
2. Bulk Material - Obtain 30 pounds consisting of I/3 fragmentary and 2/3
loose samples. [F]

3. Core Sample - Obtain with the drive tube. [I, J]

4. Geologic Samples - Obtain using tools stowed in the MESA. Photograph


sample areas. [J, M]

5. Lunar Environment Sample - Seal in gas analysis container. [J]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Lunar Landing Mission Flight Plan.

2. Lunar Surface Operations Plan.

3. Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Record areas in relation to LM where samples were collected.


[A, F, a] (M)

b. Record unusual lunar surface observations. [A, F, J] (M)

c. Comment on soil behavior during collection of Bulk Sample. [E] (M)

d. Comment on soil behavior during collection of Documented Sample.


[E] (HD)

e. Estimates of volume of fine grained material collected in one


bag of the Documented Sample. [E] (HD)

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f. Take photographs during sample collection. [A, F] (HD)

g. Photograph the lunar surface sample areas and of the samples as


defined in the Photographic Operations Plan. [J] (M)

2. Ground Support

a. LM position on lunar surface. [J] (M)

b. MSFN recordings of all MSFN/EVA voice conferences. [J] (M)

4-14
EXTERNAL LM OBSERVATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHY

A. Test Objectives

D-I Effects of Landing on LM Landing Gear


D-2 Effects of Landing on LM Structure and Components
D-3 Descent Engine Skirt Damage and Clearance After Landing
D-4 Effects of RCS Plume Impingement on LM Structure and Components
L-2 TV Coverage of External Landed LM
M-3 Obtain Photographs of Landed LM

B. Test Requirements

I. Operate the TV camera to provide an external view of the LM. [L]

2. Photograph any observed LM external structural damage. [D, M]

3. Determine descent engine skirt ground clearance. [D, M]

4. Photograph any effects of RCS plume impingement observed. [D, M]

5. Obtain photographs of any lunar material collected on the LM. [D, M]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Mission G Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Comment on any LM component damage to include any visible dis-


coloration or lunar soil accumulation. [D] (M)

b. Comments describing any descent engine skirt damage and estimate


of any skirt ground clearance. [D] (M)

c. If the landing gear strut assembly photographs cannot be obtained,


estimate the amount of stroking of each primary and secondary strut
assembly. [D] (M)

d. Photograph the landing gear to show the stroking of the primary and
secondary strut assemblies. [D, M] (M)

e. Photograph the LM exterior showing any structural damage. [D, M] (M)

f. Photograph each landing gear assembly along the Z axis and the
Y axis. [D, M] (HD)

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g. Photograph the descent engine skirt. [D, M] (HD)

h. Photograph the LM base heat shield. [D, M] (HD)

i. Photograph the LM exterior, i.e., structure antenna, RCS jets,


windows and foot pads. [D, M] (HD)

j. Photograph soil accumulation on the LM. [D, M] (HD)

k. Photographs by the close up stereo camera of lunar material


adhering to LM surfaces. [M] (HD)

2. Ground Support

a. kM TM HBR. [D] (M), [L] (HD)

b. LM Mass, center of gravity and mass moment of inertia calculations.


[E] (M)

c. Video tape of all TV coverage. [L] (M)

d. Record of S-band signal strength during TV coverage. ILl (HD)

e. GET at beginning and end of TV operations.

f. Time period of simultaneous LBR TM and TV transmission. [L] (M)

g. Identification of ground station(s) used to record video transmission.


[L] (M)

h. Time period when erectable antenna was used to transmit from lunar
surface. [L] (M)

4-16
LUNAR SURFACE OBSERVATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHY

A. Test Objectives

E-I Behavior and Characteristics of the Lunar Surface


E-2 Erosion of Lunar Surface by DPS Plume Impingement
E-3 Effect of Any DPS Venting on the Lunar Surface
H-2 Crew Performance of Visual Tasks on the Lunar Surface
J-5 Study and Description of Lunar Topography Features
L-3 TV Coverage of Lunar Surface Near LM
[o-4 TV Panoramic Coverage of Distant Terrain Features
L-5 Coverage of Astronaut Activities on the Lunar Surface
M-3 Obtain Photographs During EVA

B. Test Requirements

I. Provide TV coverage of the lunar surface in the vicinity of the


LM and panoramic scenes of distant terrain features. [L]

2. Photograph the lunar terrain at various azimuths with respect to the sun
including 9, 90 and 180 degrees. Comment on ability to see terrain
features in these areas. LH, M]

3. Estimate the distance to prominent terrain features within the field


of view of photographs taken. [H]

4. Observe lunar surface characteristics including texture, consistency,


compressibility, cohesiveness, adhesiveness, density and color. [E]

5. Study and photograph the mechanical behavior of the lunar surface


from interactions of astronauts boots and equipment with the lunar
soil, erosion by DPS plume impingement and DPS venting. [E, M]

6. Describe and photograph field relationships such as shape, size,


range, pattern of alignment or distribution of all accessible types
of lunar topographic features. [J,M]

7. Photograph the structure of lunar surface material in its natural


state. [M]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Mission G Photographic and Television Operations Plan.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Report/Logs/Photographs

a. Report condition of the temperature indicator viewing ports


on the TV camera at the beginning and the end of the TV
operations. [L] (M)

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b. Position of the TV camera scan rate switch at start of TV
operation. [L] (M)

c. Comments describing the interaction between astronaut boots and


lunar surface while walking. [E] (M)

d. Comments on slope and roughness characteristics of the landing


terrain to include descriptions of craters, depressions, embank-
ments or other obstacles. [E] (M)

e. Comments on the color and texture of both undisturbed and


mechanically disturbed areas of the lunar surface. [E] (M)

f. Comments on lunar soil conditions adjacent to DPS vents to include


any discoloration. [E] (M)

g. Comments describing the lunar surface penetration by the Solar


Wind Composition Staff and core sample tool under their own weight
and the estimated force. [E] (Mandatory for either the staff or the
core sample tool: highly desirable for the other.)

h. Comments on lunar soil erosion as caused by the DPS plume im-


pingement during landing. [E] (M)

i. Record vent valves opened. [E] (M)

j. Photograph the lunar surface showing DPS plume impingement erosive


effects. [E, M] (M)

k. Photograph the lunar surface adjacent to DPS vents if soil discolora-


tion is observed. [E, M] (M)

I. Photograph an astronaut footprint showing interaction between


astronaut boots and lunar surface. [E, M] (M)

m. Photograph the Solar Wind Composition Experiment Staff and core


sampling tool after being inserted to their maximum depth as
penetrometers. [E, M] (HD)

n. Photograph the natural slopes, crater walls and embankments


in the vicinity of the landing site. [E,M] (M)

o. Photograph from the CSM of the lunar surface surrounding the LM.
[E, M] (HD)

p. Comments on the visibility of the lunar terrain as a function of


the sun/viewing angle and on their ability to perform visual tasks
while on the lunar surface. [H] (M)

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q. Comments on color/contrast perception. [H] (M)

r. Comments on and significant unexpected visual phenomena. [H] (M)

s. Estimate of distance to at least one prominent terrain feature within


the field of view of the photographs in item t below. [HI (M)

t. Photograph the lunar terrain at various sun azimuths to include 0


degrees, 90 degrees and 180 degrees. [H, M] (M)

u. Photograph any unexpected visual phenomena. [H, M] (HD)

v. Photograph a representative depression caused by use of the


scoop in collecting fine grained fragmental material. [E, M] (M)

w. Photograph one scoop of fine grained fragmental material placed in


one of the pre-numbered bags. [E, M] (HD)

x. Photograph of each LM foot pad and surrounding lunar soil exhibiting


evidence of LM foot pad-lunar soil interaction. [M] (HD)

2. Ground Support

a. LM TM HBR. [m, L] (HD)

b. Estimate of incident illumination. [D] (M)

c. Video tape of all TV coverage. [L] (M)

d. Record of S-band signal strength during TV transmission. [L] (M)

e. GET at beginning and end of TV transmission. [L] (M)

f. Time period when LBR TM was transmitted simultaneously with TV.


ILl (m)

g. Identity of ground station(s) used to record LM video trans-


mission. [L] (M)

h. Time period when erectable antenna was used to transmit from the
lunar surface. [L] (M)

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EXPERIMENT DEPLOYMENT/CONDUCT

A. Test Objectives

S-031 Deploy the Passive Seismic Experiment Package


S-078 Deploy the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector Experiment
S-080 Conduct the Solar Wind Composition Experiment

B. Test Requirements

I. Emplace, level and orient the Passive Seismic Experiment Package


(PSEP). Deploy the solar panels and aim the antenna at the earth.
[S-031 ]

2. Photograph the deployed PSEP and deployment area. [S-031]

3. Remove the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR) from the descent


stage and carry it to the deployment site. [S-078]

4. Emp-lace, level and orient the LRRR to the alignment marks corresponding
to she landing site. [S-078]

5. Remove the Solar Wind Composition Experiment from the LM MESA and
deploy it on the lunar surface. [S-080]

6. After one hour operation, disassemble the Solar Wind Composition


Experiment, place the reel and foil in a teflon bag and store in a
sample return container. [S-080]

C. Procedures/Checklist

None

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Comment on deployment of experiment. [S-031] (M)

b. Photograph deployment area. [S-031, S-078, S-080] (HD)

c. Comment on location of deployed experiment with respect to the


LM, attitude of deployed foil with respect to the sun and total
time foil was deployed. [S-080] (M)

d. Retrieve reel and foil from the Solar Wind Composition Experiment.
IS-080] (M)

e. Comments on orientation and elevation setting used for deployment.


[S-078] (HD)

2. Ground SuDport

a. Experiment TLM Data [S-031] (M)

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POST EVA OPERATIONS

A. Test Objectives

B-l Demonstrate Egress-to/Ingress-from the Lunar Surface


C-l EMU Capability to Provide a Habitable Environment
C-2 EMU Effects on Crew Mobility, Dexterity/Comfort

B. Test Requirements

I. Perform post EVA preparations and ingress. [B]

2. Perform PLSS shutdown. [C]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. EVA Procedures Document.

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Notify MSFNof the initial and final positions of the PLSS water
diverter valve, primary oxygen shutoff valve and water shutoff/
relief valve each time they are changed. [C] (M)

b. Notify MSFNwhen PLSS; High 07 flowrate, low vent flow, low feed
water pressure or PGA pressur_ low remote control unit status
indicators and audible warning tone come on. [C] (M)

c. Provide data on the adequacy of hardware and procedures, and the


time required to perform the ingress to the LM. [B] (M)

d. Comment on the adequacy of procedures and difficulties encountered


during doffing of EMUequipment. [C] (HD)

e. Record quantity of water drained from PLSS at end of EVA period.


[C] (M)

f. Record EMU radiation dosimeter readings after completion of the EVA.


[C] (M)

g. Provide sequence camera coverage and TV camera coverage of a crew


member ascending the LM ladder. [B] (M)

4-21
Contamination Prevention

A. Test Objectives

I-l Prevent Earth Contamination by Lunar Exposed Materials


I-2 Minimize Crew/CM Contamination by Lunar Exposed Materials

B. Test Requirements

I. All contamination related operations from the initial astronaut


egress to the lunar surface until postflight crew/cm quarantine
will be completed per procedures contained in _he documents listed
below. [I]

C. Procedures/Checklist

I. Lunar Surface Operations Plan

2. EVA Procedures Document

3. Quarantine Procedures

D. Data Requirements

I. Flight Crew Reports/Logs/Photographs

a. Crew comments on the adequacy of Biological Isolation Garment,


sample return containers, Mobile Quarantine Facility and related
equipment and procedures used to prevent back contamination. [I] (M)

b. Photograph boots, clothing and equipment showing adhesion of


particles. [I, M] (HD)

2. Ground Support

a. Deliver samples, CM and Mobile Quarantine Facility to the Lunar


Receiving Laboratory. [I] (M)

b. Comment on ground procedures and hardware used for retrieval,


biological isolation and CM transfer to the Lunar Receiving
Laboratory. If] (M)

c. Report on the existence of contamination of the crew on CM. [I] (M)

4-22
SECTION V - CONSUMABLESANALYSIS
NOTE

Acknowledgement is made to the Consumables Analysis Section (CAS) of the


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

5-i
CSM-IO7/LM5 PROPELLANT BUDGET

The results of the Propellant Budget Analysis are summarized in the


following Tables and Figures:

TABLE 5-I SM RCS Propellant Loading And Usage Summary

TABLE 5-2 SM RCS Budget

TABLE 5-3 CM RCS Propellant Summary

TABLE 5-4 SPS Propellant Summary

TABLE 5-5 SPS Assumptions

TABLE 5-6 LM RCS Propellant Loading And Usage Summary

TABLE 5-7 LM RCS Budget

TABLE 5-8 DPS Propellant Summary

TABLE 5-9 DPS Assumptions

TABLE 5-10 APS Propellant Summary

TABLE 5-11 APS Assumptions

FIGURE 5-I Total SM RCS Propellant Profile

FIGURE 5-2 Quad A SM RCS Propellant Profile

FIGURE 5-3 Quad B SM RCS Propellant Profile

FIGURE 5-4 Quad C SM RCS Propellant Profile

FIGURE 5-5 Quad D SM RCS Propellant Profile

FIGURE 5-6 Total LM RCS Propellant Profile

5-I
S<-RCS }UDOET

_';ROU}_D P!ff,E8 and ASS_Z;PTiONS

I. _'he transposition and dccking pkase of tke mission includes

am SPS evasive maneuver.

2. _qke first an_ _hird milccurse eorrectiors (trans!Rnar _ are

executed as SP8 burns with the C_ird kCC fol!owei by an _qS tri,L.

}. To SY RCS propellant is req_ired durin.- R_-'Cor lunar orTit

c:_ast.

£. %}le sixL__i :Rideotlrse c_rre_'tiou (transeart}) is execute_l as

an RCS %urn cf 5 fps.

p. Qle individual ouad plots are included for reference en!//

as ouart mana;emer_t is determined %2," the flijkt controllers dur!n S

she mission.

TABLE 5-1
.$Y RC$ PPOPEL!A'rT LOADIN3 AND ,,rSANE SL%KARY

Kominal loadel 1}42._ lb

Initial outage due to loaded mixture ra¢io 15.6

Totaltrapped _6.4

<augin6inaccuracy $0.4

Seliverable SX-RCS propellant 122C.0

Nominal
usage 590

Translunar phase (through LOI-2) 204

Lunar oreit phase _II

Transearth Phase (includes TEl) 75

Nominalremaining 6,30ib

5-2
TABLE 5-2

TIME LV_T _/C _[ _M-Rc_ _,_-_C_ _m.

(Ld_} (LB_I LLFF

• U MI_$|OI_ _ 63_7, o_ 122Uou U_,

,O |N_T[A_I_ PROP _UAU|N_ 6_4_Io ,U IZZ_,u U_,

÷X U._ FP_

PITCH 1_0 _6 A[ 1,5 _E_/bLC

_,Z ROLL C_M 6_ DEG 2 DE6/$EC _Jg, 1,3 1202,_ 9_.

3.2 !NL_L R_LATIVL D_L V b_J_e _.U I l?_.I 9_.


0,_ FP_

3._ IN_E_ A_ DOC_ _3_U9. _6,U I IZ2_l 96,

_,_ .M [JECTIUN _67|7, 1._ 1164.6 9_,


-X 5 _LC _ JE|

_.5 _P_ _UKN IU LVAo_ 5IVfi 96Z_. _,_ I I60_& 9_.


ORIENT AT 0.2 D_/_LC

_,_ AITIIUP_ _O_b 0.5 DEG DB P@NLS 9671Z, ,B 1159._ VS.

q*_ STAKT TRANSIE_T CONTRO_ 96710o 1,3 ||_.I 95,

_,_ _P_ _URN 96707_ .0 I I_B.I 95'


BUILD uP

q._ STEADY _TATE BURN 965U_, ,J l[_l,_ 9B.

(a) Sgececraft _eights ere Bpp_oximBte Bnd are ±meluded for _eference omly.
(b) liote: These refe_ to _sable SM RCS propellsnt.
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

SM-RC_ PRoPELlANT BUPGLT

lIME EVENT S/C _T SM-RcS SM-MC_ SM.


(HR| ILB_) V_LQ LEFT _Cb
(_S} (LBS} LEFT

_._ TAiLoF_ 96_67e ,l I|61t& 95,

_._ OAMP SHUTUO_N I_AN_|LNT 96N66, Iol _Ib6,A 9bo

O_I_NI AT D.2 OE_/sLC

6,1 NAV_AIION _I_HTIN_S 90_57, _,_ 11_7.) 9N,


ORIENT AT O,Z DE_/SEC

1.U O_IENT FO_ PIC 96_53, _,I II_3,U 9_,


3AXIS _,2 QEG/_C

7,0 AITITU_L HO_D U,5 D_G OB P_NC5 96N5_.! ,8 IIN_,_ 9N,

7,0 ROLL. 0,3 DE_/SEC 96N51, ,N I_I,Si 9q,

|O._ T_R_INAT_ PIC 96_7. _,_ I137,_ 93,


DAMP _AT[S

ID,/ Pb_ IMU AL.IGN 96_7. ,2 1)37.1 9_,

ll,b MI_COURSE CO_R_CI ION NO I 96_, _,N 1132,] 93,


3 AXIS ORIENT P_NCS

I 1.5 ATTITU_ HOLD U,5 DEG Dd P_NC_ 96_2, .6 I131.9 93,

tl,5 START T_ANS|ENT CONINO_ 96NNO,. _,3 ll30,b 93,

11.5 Sp5 8UHN 96_37. .0 1130,0 93,


BUILD uP

ll.b SIEAD¥ STATE B_N 3 FPS P_NCS 96_0_. .I I130.5 93.

5-4
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5H-ME5 PMOPELLAI_T buDGET {

|IME EVEN| 5/C ,_[ 5M-_L_ 3M-_C_ 3M.


(HR I (LB_) U_E_ 6LFT _Lb
(LdS) (L_S) LE_ T

li,b TA_LOFF 9636io ,_ 1129,1 93,

I 1,5 DAMP SHUf,_U_N T_AN_IENT 963S9. i,l I |2_,o 93o

12,d PSZ LMU A_|bN 963_Vo ,_ I12_,5 9Z,

1Z,5 O_|E_WI _O_ PTc 963=b, 4,1 llZS,_ _,


3AXI$ U,_ OEb/SEC

|2._ AT_|IUJL H_LD _e5 OEb D_ P_NLb 9035_, ,_ I |_30= 9_,

I2,b ROLL U,3 DEb/3EC 96355, .5 t123,l 9Z,

2g,z TERM|NATE PTC Vb3_9, 9,5 li_'l 9Z'


_AMP _ATE_

Z4,3 Pb_ IMU A_IbN 903_V_ ,_ I I _@,_ 9_.

2_,5 CIbLUNAR NAVIGATION 9639_= 5,5 I I l_,Z 91,


STAR/_A_T_ HORIZON U_|EN[

Z5,7 _AVIGATIUN _I_HTI_G$ 96351, 5,5 I IUg,0 91,


ORIENT AT O,_ _EG/sLC

2b.b MIUCQ_RSE CORRECTION NO Z V6330, 5.5 I Ib=,_ 9i,


MNv_ TO BuN_ aTT

26,b ATTIIUu_ HOLo U_b D_b D_ _NL3 V6_3}, ,B |lgq,l 91.

ZG. I DELTA _EL = NUMINAL_Y ZErO Yo33_, ,U I |bg. I 91 * •


]

#
27,U ORIENT FO_ PTC 9_331, 5.2 ll_.b 9d, 1
3A_15 U.Z _EG/_LE

Z7,U ATIIIU_E mO_D O,b _Lb _ PbN_ _bJJU, ,8 10_,/ 9b,

5-5
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RCS PMUPLLLANI mUOGET

IIM: LV_NI S/C a[ _-RLS 5M-RC_ _M.


{MR) {L_I V$:U LEFI _L5

27,U ROLL 0,_ _b/bEL 9633_o *N L099,_ 9U,

SZ,_ T_RMINAT_ PI_ 963_bo _.5 |09N,9 Yu,


DAmP _AIE_

b3,_ PS_ iMU ALibN 963_b, ,_ 109_,; 9U,

53.6 M|dCU_SE LO_R_Cr|_N NO 3 963ZI,! _,_ 1090,3 dg,


MNvR IO 6_RN ATT

53.6 ATTITUde HOLD _,5 OEb O_ P_NL_ 9632U, ._ |Obg,_ Ug,

b3,O SIART T_ANSIENT CONTROL 9631_, 1,3 IOB_,Z _9,

53,b _P3 dUNN 96JlO, _U lOB6oZ o_e

53,b TA|LOFF 9bZ39, ,6 IDB/,3 _9"

53,b DAMP 5_UI.DU_N I_AN_IENT _6z3b. i.l IOBb,Z BV.

5_,b _Cb I_|M i FP_ 9oz_/, II,2 _O/b,U B_,

SN._ d_|ENT FUK PIC 96ZZ3, _.i I_/0,9 _,


3AXIS _.2 D_b/SLC

_Se_ AI II /UOg _0_0 _.b DL_ D_ PbiWL_ 9622d, ._ _7_ei 00_

69,5 ILRMINAT_ PTC /bZll. _,N 1065,3 _},


DAMP RA_E5

5-6
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_-RCS PRuPLLLANT _UObET

TIME EVENT 5/C _{ 5M-RLSI 5M-_C_ _m.


|MR| (Lb_} uSLu LEFT RC5
(Lb_) (LB_) LEFT

/O,U PSZ _MU ALI@N 9621}, .2 1065,1 B_,

70,5 MI_CUU_SL COHRLcT|oN NO _ Vb£_3e _,_ iObU,l u/,


MNV_ TO BURN ATT

7D,5 ATT|TU_ HU_D U,5 DEb Ub P_NCb 96212e e_ l_go_ _1,

70o5 DEE VEL • NOM ZERO 96212o ,U IO69,_ BT,

7Z,7 P$Z IMU AL|_N 9b_12o o2 _059_/ B]t

7qeO ORIENT ANU SXT STAR CHECK 9bZU/, _._ IOb_,Z _b,

7_,b O_IENT ANd OBSERVE LUNAR SURFACE 96203+ _.N IO50,_ B_.

75,5 LU{WA_ OR_i_


3 AX|_ R _NSEMTION
ENT BUrN I PbNC_ 9b19a, _._ lO_b,_ _b,

75,5 ATT|TU_i HOLD 0e6 DEG D_ PbNC_ 9bigB, ,B lO_5,t _b,

75,5 SIART TRANSIENT CONTROL 96196, 1o3 IOHH,_ @6,

75o9 LO| BO_N 9b193, 00 |_ Bb,


BUILo uP

75,9 STEA_Y sTATE BURN 72357o ,S 10_3,9 _b,

75,9 TAILoFF 72316, ,O I0_3.9 B6,

F
.......

75,9 IOAMP 5"uT Qo_N-TRAN_|_NT 723|_, |,| IO_Z,_ @b,

7602 REV l ATT|TUD_ NOLO _|D_ D_AD_A_w_ 7Z312e J,O 1039*_ _bo

5-7
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RC$ PROP_LLANI _DGET

'rim L LVENT S/C _T SM-_C_ SM-RC_ _M.

(LBS) (LB$) LEFT

77,bI Pb& 1NU A_|_N l_3I_e ,| I039,_ _e

7B,Z. _V 2 ATTJTuOE _OLD 72_09e _,U 103beb mSe

79,Z Pb( I_U ALIGN /Z_09, el IO_b,} _Se

80,J LOi 2 _PO CIRC IZSOe, J,5 I033,U 8b,


MNV_ TU B_RN All

BD,_ ATTIIUO£ NOLO U,5 DEe DB PeNC_ 72S05, ,8 I032,Z fib,

80,U 8"D U_LA_ 7zzg_, 15,1 IO17,A _S,

BO,I _Pb eu_N Z2261, ,U |Otl*I 83,


BUILD UP

BO,_ 5TLA_Y 5TAIE 6gNi4 I|_Ib, ,2 I017,_ _,

BO,I TAILDFF 71Z76, ,_ iOl7,d 8_,

B[1,,l DAMP _t'_UTDO#N TNANS|LNI 71.21_, I,| 1015,,9 6._,

60,2 NEV } ATT|IubE HOLD 7127_ 3,0 ID12,9 _,

8O,H RLAC_IR_ msFN ZIZTZ, ,| _012.8 8_,

82,Z ME¥ _ ATTiTuDE MOLD - 71269, _,O 1009,_ 83,

...... i
_2e_ MNVR TO L_b 51T_ OBb ATT 712b_, _,5 IOO6o_ BZ_

g2,S LDb SIT6 OBb[RVAT|ON tlZ6b. ,q 1B05,8 _,

5-8
TABL_ 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-_CS _U_LLLANT :UUGL T

fIML LVLNT S/C ,vl 5M-NC5 _M-_C_ _M.


_HR} IL_} US_U 6EFT _L_
(L_) {L_S) LLF T

8Z,J _LO_i_NI ll_lo _,5 lOUZ,J _Z,

82,_ NEACQuLRL m_FN /I_61, ,Z IDUZ,I _,

_40Z MANEUV_ [U _L_P ATI|TUuL ll_b_, 3,5 99B,_ _Z,


3 AXI_ U,Z O_I_LC

9_04 bAMP _AI_ 71_b4* J,5 99b,U oZo

940_ HEAC_UIN_ M_FN 7[Z_o ,I 994,9 OZ,

960Z _V II AIIITU_ mUL_ ll_q/o JoO 9_b,_ _10

98,_ _EV I_ AT/ITuD_ mUL_ /1_44, J._ 9_04 _l,

98,B LU_ SITE UBSEKVA[IoN _IZ_U, ,4 9_I,H _U,

9B,9 N_CwuIRL I_FN 71_u0 ,L 9bl oJ bu,


MULL 0,2 UEb/bEC

99,8 M_I_EUV_ TU AG_ CAL ATI|Iu_L 11_31, 3,5 9/]01 dd,

IO0,U PKE _NOOCKING AULOCATION Timid, _,0 9_3.1 ]_0

_O0oU ORIENT TO UNUUCKING ATTITuU_ 7IZIZ, ,& 953,u 7_,

IOOeZ L_i_ ACTIV_ UNQUC_ 37_93, 40_ 94900 7_0


SEP ANp NULL VEL U,b FP_

5-9
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5M-RC5 HRoPELLANI =V_GLI

[|ME _VLNI 5/C aT 5M.RCS 5M-HC5 _M.


SHR[ ILB_I U_Q _LFI RCs
(L6_) LB_) L_FI

$00,2 FoKMATIoN FLYING 37@B3, [U,_ 937,0 77,

IOO,_ REACWUIRL MSFN 3/BBJ, ,1 93_,9 77,

|OO,b ORIENT FU_ 5EP B_RN 3/8d_e _=| 935*= 17*

100,7 _L3 5EPARAI|UN BURN Z,b FP5 37860, [|,Z 9Z_,o /O*

$00,1 HEY [3 AI[LTUDL _OLu 316bb,! 3,0 9Z_,b 7b,

IUI ,5 MA_EUVEH [U 5XT [RALKIN_ 376bZo 3, [ 9[8,0 75*

lO2,O _tA_WEUVLR iU 5X1 [RACKING 37_59t 3.[ 915._ 7=,

[ON,q RLAC_U|_E M_FN 37Bb9 o ,3 9[5,3 iS,


HULL U,_ UEb/_EC

iO_,_ _ANEUV_H Id _Xr [RaCK|Nb _7_5b_ 3,[ 91_,Z I_,

I0_,o R_V IN AT IITUDL _OLO _7663, 3,_ 9ug,z 75,

[ON,b MNVH [0 _Ub 51T_ UB5 AIT 3165U,_ _o| 906,1 7if,

10_,o L_ 5I T_ 065 _785_ ,4 9U5,7 7_,

&O_,/ THACK L_ J7_Nb_ 3el 9UZ*O 1_*

i0_=9 _LaC_UiRE MSFN 37_o_ *3 9UZ*3 7_,


ROLL U,_ DEb/3EC

LOS,u, HEV i_ ATTITUDE _OLO 37B_3, 3,0 _99,J 7_,

5-I0
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5M-WC5 PRuPELLAN_ oOD_CT

IIH_ EVLN[ +SIc _l _M-_CS SM-MCa _M_.


_HR_ (_B_) USeD LLFT I H_

IO5.U RKACWOINE
_OLL B,S
dSFN
_EG/SLL
_76_3 .3 899. I l_.

IU7.U PLANE CHAN_E 3/b_ _.| ugb._ 13.


M+_VK TO _UM_ ATT

I07._ ATT|TUPE _OLO O+_ QE_ Ob P_NL_ 31839. ,8 895,_ 7j,

|DTeU ULLAbL _I_Z_ _*3 B_U,V lZ.

_07,_ 3P_ _O_ 37BZ2, .0 88U,9 1Z=


+U|_O UP

|07.U _TEA_y blATE 3/Ibm, e_ 8_O,_ l_,

I07,U TAILoFF _71AJe L,U 879,_ IZ,

|Ol,_ QAMP Sm_TOO_N T_ANS|:NT _711_, _,i 678,1 /_*

_ol.2 PS_ IMU A_|GN 377_2, *_ BTB,b I_

SOl,_ _A_E,JVER lO SLEEP ATIITU_E S7/l_, i,l 878,9 7_

II|.S DAMP RATES 31101+ S,_ 873,9 1_

A12,Z REV L9 ATI£TUDE _OLO 317_, 3'0 870.9 /A

AAM.Z REV 20 ATIITUOE dOLD SllOi, S+U 867,9 I|

| |N,3 ORAENT FO_ SEXIANT TRACKING 37698, 3,_ 86q, l|

_15.0 NANEUVER TO SLEEP ATT 37697, ,7 86_, l_

5-11
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5H-RC$ PRuPEL_ANT oU_6_|

lIME EVENT 5/C _T 5M-Rc5 5M-Rc5 5M-


|MR) (LB_} Ub_D LEFT RC_
(_$J (LBS) uEfT

120,U _AFIP _AT_ 3/6971 tl Bb3*_ ]_,


I

IZO,U 5_AIA_| T_CKIN_ 31696, 1,3 86Z,¢ I 7i,

J_O,O R_ACWU|RE M$FN 3)69_e ,i 6b_,_ ;I,

12Q,g _LV g3 ATTITUDL HO_ 3769_, 3,0 859,1 ;O,

_22,Z] RE_ 2_ A[I|TUDE _OLb NA_O_ OEAO_ANo J76_7, _,_ 863.9 /U*

L2q,_ 5oPPORT _H LIFT OFF 3766Vs I_eO 835_9 o_s

12_,b MAnEOVL_ TO TRAC_ LM pO_T _|FI_FF 3/6_be 3,| B3_*d 6_,

_25,b MA_EOV_ TU SUPPORt LM C_L dURN 37663o 3, I 82V.7 b_,

i25,b MA_EUVE_ I0 TRACK LM P_T C5! 37660, 3,I 826,b bO,

125,6 REV 2b ATIITUDE _OLQ NARRU_ _EA_AN_ 31bbH, 5,2 82|,_ 67,

&26,_ MANEUVER |U _UPPDRT LM COM bURN 37b_ . 3,0 818,_ 67,

126,6 MANEUVER IO TRACK LM POST CDM 376N_, 3,1 815,3 07,

t26,b RNPZ HAw 37b_, 3,J 612,2 67,

I
I2beb RE,NIT]ATE _NDZ NAV 376_2, 3,11 8U9,1 bb,

t27,U MANEUVER gO SUPPONT _M TPL BURN 37639, 3.t B06*| bb*

5-12
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RES PROPELLAN[ oUUGET

TIME EVENT _/C _T _M-RC_ _M-RC_ _M-

(_o5) iLdS) _FT

$27,I MANEUVER TO IRAC_ LM pO_T TPI 3163_, 3,1 8U3.U 66,

127,I MANEUVER lu COAs I_ACK 3]b33e 3.1 799,v 6b,

_27.1 MANEUVER IU Sxr IRACK|N_ 3763U. 3.1 796,V Oh.

|27,Z MA_EUVE_ TO _UPPORT LM MCLI BURN 37bZ/= 3.I 7_3,o bb,

|27,_ MANEUVER [O _r IRALKIN_ 37b_o J,[ l_O*_ bbo

127,_ MAI_EU_LR IU SUPPORT LM _CLZ BONN 37bZ| , 3._ 7o2,1 o_.

_ZT,b MANEUVER TU 5UPpUR| LM TPF BURN 31b[_, J,_ 1_4,1 b_.

127*_ MAI_LOVL_ TO 5XT TRACKINu _761b, _, | 1_1.o b_°

IZl._ ORIENT 10 QOCKIN_ ATTI TOPL _Ibl_, 3,1 17_._ b_,

_Z7,d ALLOCAIIOiw FUR TLR_INAL RDL U_AbE 3/511° Jb,U 7_3°_ bl,
FROM PO_TFLI_H[

127°9 MAINTALN _UR_SI@_T 37b1_o 3,1 I_U,_ _I°

_Z@,U OOCKINb _32I_, ZO,U 71_,b by,

_31,5 MNVR TO JLITI$ON AIT H3ZI_, l.l lI3°_ be,

I32.U JETTISON UM [ FPS _Tb_Z, _*1 /Ue°O _*

[32,U ORIENT [O TRACKING ATT 375_U_ [*b /UT*O _=

5-13
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-RC_ _RuP_L_AIxl _UP_LT

TIML LVLNI $/C nT SM-_C$ $M-RC_ 5M-

{LBSI (LBS) LLFT

132,_ TRACK L_ 315_Q, ,i 7_6o_ 58+

L32,b HO_ I_RT|AI. ATT 37539, ,_ 108,I _8,

$_208 P_ |HU AL|_N _75J9. o7 70beb b@o

i3_,b bxT 5TAM CNLCK 3763/, ,_ lO_,_ 5_,

135,_ THAN_-EARTH INJECTION 31536, |,6 7_2,} 5bo


MNVK TU _UR_ ATT

135,u AIT|TUO_ HOLD U,5 DE_ DB PGNL_ _75_b_ ,_ 70Z,U b_,

|35,U UL_A_L 37bZi, I_,3 687,_ b_,

_35,b bP_ bURN 375_8, ,0 68_._ 56,


BOILO u_

135,b TA|LOFP _7_J7, ,_ _BIo_ _b*

135,3 DAMP 5_OTPO.N T_ANS|_NI Zlff3b, 1.1 68_,J 5b,

136,0 Pb_ |M_ A_bN Z7_3_, _6 685,1 5_,

136,0 OR|SNT FOR PTC _7_3b, 1,I 6BN,b _6,

636,U ATTITU_L _OLO 0,5 pEb b_ P_N_ Zl_J_, ,8 6@3,_ _,

5-14
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

5M-_CS P_OPELLAN[ buDGET

$IM_ J iVLNT 5/C .T 5M-_C5 5M-_C5 5M-


|HR) 1 IL_5) USLU LEFT _C5
(L_I i lidS} LEFI

_360U M_LL O,_ uEb/$EC Z1_34, *l 683,7 _b,

j 147,b DAMF
[:RHINATK _ATE5
PTC 2743Z= 1,3 682,3 58,

147,b!Pb_ IMU ALIGN 2743_* *8 68| _ 56,

15O,U MIDCOURSE LORREC] |ON NO b 27Q3_, 1,3 880,6 5b,


Mi_VR TO oURN ATT

IbO,U ATT|TUDL HOLo 0._ OEU OB PGNLb 27430, ,8 679,1 56,

|50,0 DEL VEL " NOM ZERO 2"/430, ,0 679,7 _6,

$50,5 ORIENT FO_ PTE 2742_, 1,1 678®_ 56,


I
I I
_50.5 ATTITU_L HOLo O,b O_G D_ PGNC_ _742_, ,8 677,_ _b,

|7|,O TERMINATE PTC 2742_, 1,3 676,3 55,

$72,0 PS_ IMU ALIGN 274_b, ,6 675,_ _b,

172,5 _I_CUu_SL LO_REc/IgN NO b 2]424, _,3 674*5 5b,


MNVM [0 6URN ATT

17Z,5 ATTITUD_ HOLD 0.5 OEb 0_ P@NLb 274£4_ ,8 b73_1 55,

_72,b MC_ -X THAi_5 b Fp_ 27408, _5,9 657,8 54,

|73,D ORIENT FO_ PTC 27407, l,| 66b,b 54,

5-]5
TABLE 5-2 (CONT'D)

_M-MC5 PMQP_LLANT OUP_LT

I|ME I EVENT 5/_ ,T SM-MC_ 5M-RC_ _M-


|MR) (L_S_ U_D LEFT RE5
(LS_) (LBS) L_FT

173,_ ATTITU_ hObO U._ DE_ Ob P_N_5 21QJ_ . .B bbS._ _.

173.J RULE U.3 OE_I_EC _7_. .I 65b.7 _.

i
19_,_ TLR_I_ATL PTC ZIQO_. |03 b_._ _*

LgI.Z Pb4 |M_ ALI_N 27ffUQ. .b 653._ _.

192._ MIUCUU_SE CQRM_CT|ON NO 7 27_Z. 1.3 b6Z.5 _3.


MNV_ TO _U_N ATT

_92.U ATT|TUUE HOLD 0.5 OE_ _B P_NL5 27QUa. .8 6b|.i 53.

_72.0 5TAR CHECR ZTQU_. ._ 65|._ _.

193,D MAtwEuV_ TO _E_T_Y ATT|TO_L _7_99, Z,b 6_8,7 b_,

|93,U ATTITUOE MO_D 0,5 DE_ DB PGNL_ Z7390, 8,6 6_U,L 5Z,

|9_,B MkNCUVER TO 5EP ATT|TUPE 273B7, _.6 6_7,Q 5Z"

_9_,_ CM/SM SLPAMAT|ON 1500L, /,9 629,b 52,


DELTA V_L=3 FP5

5-16
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TABLE 5-3
CH RCS Propellap_t S_r_ar_,;

2rooellant Propellant
required: remaining_
item lb. lb.

Loa_ed -- 245.0

l_'apped 36 4 _8.o

Availablefor -- 208.6
mission planning

Nozcinal
usage 39.3 !69.3

Nominal remaining -- 169.3

5-22
SERVICE PROPULSION SYSTE4

SERVICE PROPULSION SYST_{ (SPS). - The budget presented in table 5-4


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

It should be noted that the mission flexibility allowance c!' _,CC fps n_s beeK
used in _-'d:_it'_nto
......... t Pe fast return. _Tn real time however, it is higkly _,±ke
'" _/
that a slower earth return _ou:u be perfornted in the missicn flexibiliLy ,%;
l r,,
had already been =sed ,,e,g., for _r,_rescu<). Table 5-h shows 3906 ibs of pro-
pellant re!,;¢i£in:_ ne.Ttlr_al!y and a total propellant t__ar_in (accounting _:<bk. for
t_'e _.... ___nl:,_,,=_, and the fast re%urn) cf _oKh_ lb.

TABLE 5-4 - APOLLO Ii SPS PROPELLM[T S_N_9,1S_Y

PRCPELLANC PRCRELL__T
I-m:=< n=qNIRKm _ Ta nm.'ATNI: q LP

a
Loaded " _' _'_

Trapped and unavailable L,#J.L 4C_61./

Outage 59.5 40]C2.


!

Untalanccmeter !CO.C 402C2.1

Availab2
e for A_V -- 4C202.!

Required for AV

T!_,.IC
(120 fps)b 1166.4 _9'3_5.7

LOI-I (_,__4
_o _ fps, 9 rain. 59 see. 'I
, o _._,_,7 k
=_<,,__. 1517_. 7

L01-2 (i_7.4 fp% 16.4 sec.) 1115.4 148:$7.9

!.OPC (16.6 fps_ .9 sec.'] '-(_.8 Ij9_4.1

TEI (_'3292.7 fps, !L 9 sec.) 10077.8 3906._<

Nominalrer,_aining -- xcO6

Mission flexibility (900 fps) 2212.4 169_.9

Dispersiens (-_ _) 426.0 i_o_,.9

Prooel!ant
- margin -- _ I•9
i_o

a 1971=.O_-
_ ]b of fuel and 25091.0 ib of oxidizer; this is loaded on _'_'__-ib
._7

b includes 19.7 fps for evasive maneuver

5-23
TABLE 5-5 - ASSUi'.'IPTIO['_S FOR THE _A°0LL0 I1 SPS PROPELLAI<T BUDCET

l. There is a non-propulsive propellant loss of IL.4 Ib for each engine


start. LM rescue assumed three engine starts.

2. A mission flexibility _V of 900 fps has been included in the SPS


budget to provide the capability to perform a worst case LM rescue,
or to handle several other contingencies (such as loss of PGNCS)_
or to perform a quicker earth return.

_. Spacecraft weight:

CM .............. 12 260.0 ib

S_,:.............. iC 551.3 !b

SLA Ring ........... 9_.0 ib


TankedSPS • ° • • ° ° . , . • 4C o_0.7!b
f_

....(unmanne
_i,= d) .... . . ° • x_
j_ 276
• 5 ib

Total 96 nnn _ Ib

4. Lu_nar Orbit Activity


Total weight transfer (C_7,ito If_) = 436. 7 ib

Total weight transfer (_._to C_!) = 2@4.0 ib

5. _,[ BCS, EPS, and ECS weight losses:


HissionPeriod .... + 7 Weight
encre=en_a= Lcss_ Ib
EL to _ _
±_JiC . .... ° . • . o 191._

TI2_Cto LOI-I ........ 327.!

LOI-I to LOI-2 ........ 92.0


LOI-2 to LOPC ........ 146.5
LOPC to TEI ........ 216.1

6. SM RCS usage (above nominal rendezvous requirement) for !3_ rescue was
216 lb.

5-24
LH RCS BUDGET

Ground Rules and Assumptions

i. _ata for the _4 RCS engine performance and propellant requirements

were obtained from the Spacecraft Operational Data Book and postfli_ht

analysis from Apollo 9 and Apollo i0.

2. All orientation maneuvers were assumed to be made at 2.C °/sec.

>. All orientation maneuvers were assumed to be three-axis maneuvers.

5-25
TABLE 5-6
!/,4RCS Propellant Loading and Usage Stur=_mry

Loade_ 6_3.0

Trapped 40.6

!ominaldelivera%!e _92.4

Gaging Inaccuracy an_ loading tolerance 39.5

_Ciztureratio uncertainty 17.0

Usable _35.9

Uominal mission requiremen_ 252.7

i_ominal
remaining 25_.2

5-26
TABLE 5-7

I_ - RCS PRhPFI [ ANT _HI}GPT PA_F I


J

TIfF FV;I_I TTTI F a q/C WT !M IM b IM b


HKS _ (LBS) RCS RCS RCS

(L3S) (LBS) (%)

O u OGTPUI PROPELLANT LOADINGS 33714. .0 633,0 i00-0

99 _5 RCS hOT FIRE 53709, 5,0 628.0 99.2

I00 _
Iv Ui_DOCKiN_ 53709, ,0 628,0 99.2

i00 ISINuLL uNCOCKI_G VELOCITY 35707. 1.9 626.1 98.9

i00 _0 LNi N_h_h FOR I_SPECTION YA_ 53705. 1.7!624.@ 98.6

I00 20 LN MhV;i FOR INSPECTIOI_ PITCH 33703. 2,0 622,@ 98.3

• 00 25 LM MNV_ FOR INSPECTION YAW 53702. ,8 621,6 98,2

I00 _ FOEMAIION FLYING 35690. 2.0 619.6 97.9

I00 bO Rk LOCK Oh _N_R 33687. 5.6 616.0 97.3


i

101 O [MU REALIGN STAR I 33683. 3.6 612,q 96,7

I01 C IMb RLALIGN STAR 2 _680. _.6i608.8 96,2

xO1 u I_!u REALIGN SIAR 3 33676, 5,6 605,2 95,6

lO1 52 _NVR TO DOI BURN AITIIUOE 33672. 5.6 601.6 95,0

ZOl 02 ATTITb_E NOLD 53672. .1 601.5 95.0

i01 _b 2 _ET ULLAGE 35667, 5.9 595.6 9W,I

I01 _ _GI BUrN 3_W19, ,0 595.8 9W,I

101 o_ _OI, EI_T CONTROL DCI BURN 33W14. 5,0 590,6 93,3

101 a6 TEI_ hGRIZONTAL RESIDUAL 55W07. 7.6 583,0 92,1

i01 _b ATTIToOE hOLD 33W07. .3 582,8 92,1

lOl _o PITCH L:OWN 33W06. 1.0 581,8 91.9

101 W2 RR LOCK ON NNVR _3602, 3.6 578.2 91,3

i01 =51PITCH DOWN 33W01. ,6 577,6 91.3

lOl 55 YA_ LEFT 33W01, ,6 577,0 91,2

102 0 ALIGNNENT CHECK 33400. 1.2 575,8 91.0

102 IU Rlt LOCK 01_ MNVR 33396. 3.6 572.2 90.4

a
These wezghts were used for analysis only and do not reflect the actual weight
_fter consumables loadin_.
b
RCS propellant remaining of total loaded 5-27
TABLE 5-7 (CONT'D)

LIe " #tCS PKqPELLAh.T _%UIC-F'[ P_(_F. 2

•,. _1 iO D
I:_L EVEN! ]Jli_E [q/C ,_]_ I N LN LM
ili<S t (LBS) RCS RCS RCS
_ _LEFJL_
ILLS) (LBS) (%)

,L(,.J_.14 _, 4_R lO PUI AIlI[UbE 55392. 3.6 568.6 89.8

iO& 1_, i._iN,AIN LOS 33591 i.O 567.6 89.7

lu2: 2_IATTITLIE hOLD 53391. .1 567.5 _9.7


I

/02 _ 2 ,:ET bLLAGE 33385. 5,9 !561,7 8_.7

102 05 POI 5bAN 16753, .O 561,7 88.7

102 ,35 Pb_,Ei<EC i::ESCEI;'i 16710. 54.1 52.7.5 83.3

102 47 IObgHbtwl, 16710. .0 527.5 83.5

ll2 q O AD[; LGi,AR S,_%PLES i16580. .0 527.5 83.5

/.24 ,3 L.UI';AF, LIFI OFF L0840. .0 527.5 85.3

lZq Z5 P_EREC ASCEI,;I PHASE wIfH RCS/ 6087. ,0 527,5 85.5


APS j_N.,
_C_Oj!4 i_E C _

12q _ P___ ,_ _0 _ ' 5969, ,9 526.7 8;5.2


CS/APS Ii4TERCOi_F:ECT

12W -'5 R_< LCCK ON MNVR 5969. .q 526.2 83.1

124 .50 I,,;SERTiGI_, BURN CONTROL 5967. 1.8 524.4 82.8

12q aO TRIM OUT OF PLANE ERROR 59614. 3.3 521.2 £2.5

12,4 _6 AlllfUCE HOLD 5962. 1.3 519.9 82.1

J,2q -_7 :IP,U REAL16N STAR 1 5962. .4 519.5 82.1

IZq a? li4b RLALIGN _IAR2 5961. .4 519.0 82.0

124 _7 IMU REALIGN STAR5 5961. .4 518.6 81.9

i2q 55 R_<LOCK 01_MNVR 5961. .4 518.1 81,9

12W 55 iv,AINT,_IN LOS 5958. 2.7 515,5 81.4

125 15 ATTITLCE HOLu 5957, 1.3 514.2 81.2

125 21 CSI BbRN [<C5 +Z 5923. 33.6 q.80.6 75.9

125 Z6 IvAII_TAIN LOS 5920. 3.3 477.2 75.q

125 '4-4 i,NVR lo PLAi'iE


| CI-iANGE ATTITUDh 5919. .4 476.8 75.3
These weights were used for analysis only and do not reflect the actual weight
after consumables loadin_.
b
RCS propellant remaining of total loaded 5-28
TABLE 5-7 (CONT'D)

IP - i_C._ P_:_;hPFI LAI,,T i_iilLl:rT PaGF .l

TI_.'.- EVt:TI4I__ I*!TI_F c:/C WP I_:',' LF b LM b


HRS r (L_S) RCS RCS RCS
i iqFFI I _-lrT I FF T
(L]S) ( L::_S) (_)

_.25 _:, ,_llllbbE r, OLU 5918. 1.3 475,5 75.1

125 bL. I_CS PL.':i'.E C_Ai",GE buRN 5914, q,l 471,4 74,5

120 _ FK LCCF. _GF. kNvF 5913, .4 !471,0 74,4

z_[. O 4Alhlt\IN LOS 5911. 2,0 469,0 7_,I

I_[ J._ AflI[b. E _OuO 5910, i,_ 467,7 73,9

126 l; _.UI'__{_-5 __.UHI!, 5906, 4.0 465.7 7D.3

1£_ J,:, _ A1 TAIN LuS 5902. _.0 459.7 72.6

126 a3 AITIIL_,E #OLO 5901, 1,5 458.q 72.4

12_ 3c I_CS TP% UCFLi., 5884. 17.0 441.q 69.7

12b bO ;,I, INTAIf, l-OS 5883, 1.3 440,1 69.5

i27 36 ;-CC l',i,L_ U_AFI,_,., 5849. ,_4,.5.9 #06.3 6_.2

127 36 AI"[ITLCE _I_ LOS CONTECL 5833. 16.0 390,5 61,7

±28 O0 "U-t CCI_TRGL CS_', ACTZVE OOCKi_,6 " 5823. 10.0 _580._5 60.1

These weights were used £oz ama]v_iq only s_a _n _n% _p?l_e+ &he 9ct_3_! _[e_zh +
after consumables loading.

nu_ propellant remaining of _otal loaaea

5-29
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._Iy++I:_++÷++'::++I:.5±I+++SFL:_[{_+I+?+Y:_I-LL_
............ _z,3._:,-_..=--_+-+:++,
+::::, oo
V-
o
• -,D __
+++?
i+++
+:+++++:++ _++:++i_t_++'_i+?_++?
++i:++_I_i+ +;++_
+ =+++°+ . _ %
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(M m m
;z
0
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0 0 0 0 0 0
0 O0 _C) _'
luao_ad 'papeo I le_Oi
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ql 'Pap_ol lelO_l.
DESCENT PROPULSION SYSTEM PROPELL_NT BUDGET

Descent Pronu!sion Subsystem (DPS) - The DPS budget is shown in table 5-8
and the gro_u_ rules and assumptions in table 5-9.

Previously, the _ncertainty in the low-level sensor (65.7 !b) has been sho_n
as a contingency allowance. Tnis is now included as part of the unusah!es.
Also, there has previously been a contingency allowance for manual hover to
allow for 2 minutes of burn time from 500 feet to touchdown, uT__epresent
budget shews a nominal AV which includes a manual allowance of 47 _ fps (90
sec) from 500 feet to touchdown. Any additional hover time will be used
from the propellant margin (unassigned capability). The rate of use for
hover is approximately 9.1 !b/see.

Propellant loads are those actually loaded on _'_-5, and trapped and residual
propellants are from Volume III_ SODB. Engine performance da_a and AV re-
quirements !ave been coordinated with LAB in P_AD.

_<ree sigma dispersions represent _otal Fropellant cost due to ) _ uncertainties


in proDe!lant Icading_ trapped_ Isp _ AV_ separation weight_ non-AV consumables
weight, and mixLure ratio. TT_ere is a total propellant margin of 669 ib or
approximately 7) seconds of hover time.

TABLE _-8 - APOLLO Ii DPS PROPELLANT SU_IARY

PROPELL#j[T PROPEEE_JT
ITE'4 REQUIRED_
LB PE_Z,!!NC,
LI:
a
Loaded -- 18184.2

Trappedand unavailable 223.5 17960.7

Outage 14.0 17946.7


Low-Level Sensor Uncertainty 68.7 1767_.0

Available for AV -- 17_78.0

Nominal Required for AV of 6725.6 fps 16799.7 1078._


Dispersions
(-_7) 224.7 853.6
Contingencies

Engine Valve-Pair Malfunction (Z_R=J.CI6) 81.i 772.5

Redesignation
(60fps) 104.0 66_.5

Margin (73 sec. hover) -- 665.5

a 6974.8 Ib fuel and 11209.4 ib oxidizer; this is loaded on the _4-5 spacecraft.

5-31
TABLE 5-9 - ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE APOLLO ii DES PROPELLANT BUDGET

I. Integrated average Isp = 901.9 _ 9.54 seconds


2, LM separation weight _ 33746. Ib

9. Mixture ratio = 1.596 _ 0.0108


4. Nominal _V = 6728.6 + 96 fps
_. _n-_V consumables of 47.4 ib from separation to DOI and 106.1 ib
from DOI to touchdown

ASCENT PROPULSION SYSTEM PROPELL&NT BUDGET

Ascent Propulsion Subsystem (APS) - Tables 5-10 and 5-11 present the ascent
propellant budget for the current mission. Propellant loads are those actually
on LH-5. Mission _V was coordinated with LAB in HPAD. The budget shown in
table 5-10 accounts for an engine valve-pair malfunction, a PGNCS to AGS switch-
over_ and a touchdown abort. 'ITlereis a total propellant margin of 68 ib or
about 6 seconds of bu_-. time.

TABLE 5-10 - APOLLO ii APS PROPELL_'_T SU_J_,_RY

PROPELL_T PROPELL_,IT
IT_ REQUIRED_
LB P_INING_ LB

Loaded
a -_ 5238.4

Trappedand Unavailable 48.9 5189.5

Outage 17.5 5172.0

_sailable
forhV -- _172.0

NolainalRequired for AV of 6072._ fps L96_.8 206.2


Dispersions (-9 c) 57.8 148.4

Contingencies

_no_._e_i_
Valve-oair_ Halfunction (_,R_.OI6 19.6 125._
PSNCS tc A6S _;itchover(40 flss) 2).$ lOp.C

Touchdown Abort (S¢=+99.9 !b, _a3/=-lSfps _6.8 68.2


74argin(6seconds) -- 68.2

a Includes 2019.9 1% _'ue! and 52!_.p !b oxidizer; this is loaded on the LM-_
spacecraft.

5-32
TAHLE 5-11 - ASSUMPTIONS FOR THE APOLLO ii APS PROPELh&NT BUDGET

I, Isp -- 508.97+ 5.555 seconds


2. Mixture ratio = 1.602 + 0.0225

5- Wominal Z_V = 6072.5 + 35-5 fps

4. Ascent stage lift-off weight i087_.o ib

5-33
CSM-IO7/LM5 CRYOGENIC/EPS AND ECS BUDGET

The results of the Cryogenic, EPS, and ECS analysis are summarized in the
following tables and figures:

TABLE 5-11 CSM Cryogenic Loading And Usage Summary

TABLE 5-13 LM EPS Summary

TABLE 5-14 LM ECS Summary

FIGURE 5-7 CSM 02 PROFILE

FIGURE 5-8 CSM H2 PROFILE


FIGURE 5-9 CSM POWERPROFILE

FIGURE 5-10 CSM BUS VOLTAGE VS TIME

FIGURE 5-11 LM DESCENT POWERPROFILE

FIGURE 5-12 LM ASCENT POWERPROFILE

FIGURE 5-13 LM TOTAL CURRENTPROFILE

FIGURE 5-14 LM DESCENT 02 PROFILE

FIGURE 5-15 LM ASCENT 02 PROFILE

FIGURE 5-16 LM DESCENT H20 PROFILE

FIGURE 5-17 LM ASCENT H20 PROFILE

5-34
CSM EPS BUDGET

ASSUMPTIONS AND GROUND RULES

i. The system was assumed to operate v_ith three fuel cells and two
inverters.

2o Fuel cell purging is included in the EPS requirements.

3. 100_p fill for both H2 and 02 .

4. _nmee entry and postlanding batteries were considered available


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

5. Two batteries were considered to be in parallel _dth the fuel


cells during ascent and for each SPS maneuver.

6. No cryogenic venting was assumed in flight.

7. The EPS hydrogen consumption rate (ib/hr) = 0.00257 x Ifc

8. The EPS oxygen consumption rate (lb/bre) = 7.936 x "L

9. Six battery charges were ass_ed: three on battery A and three


on battery B.

5-35
TABLE 5-12
APOLLO ii CRYOGENIC SD%9,_RY

I. PlanningAllowance K2_ ib 027 ib


A. TotalLoaded 58.60 660.20

B. LessResidual 2.32 13.00

C. Less InstrumentationError 1.50 17.50

Available for Hission Plarming 54.75 629.70

Ii. Predicted Usages


i
A. Prelauneh

i. in!ine KTR + Pressure Relief 1.61 18.60

(T-2 to T-3 (Incl 12.5 hol ))


2. Power Production (plus ECS 0o) .57 6.96
(T-3 to liftoff)

Total Prelaunch requirements 2.18 25.50

B. Flight

i. EPS Requirements (Incl FC Purge) 36.60 288.33

12. CN ECS (Incl Cabin Purge) - 72.40

3. _ Pressurizations - 10.35

Total Flight Requirements 36.60 371.08

!If. Nominal Reserves (RSS)

EPS Uncertainty(5 percent) 1.83 14.42

ECS Uncertainty (.08 ib/hr) - 15.60

TankUnbalance
(AOH) .80 12.90

Launch
Window .86 10.20

RSS Subtotal 2.17 26.87

IV. 0_erational Reserves

A. Available for Hission Planting 54.78 629.70

B. Less Nominal Predicted Usage 38.78 396.58

C. Less NominalReserves 2.17 26.87

OperationalReserve 13.83 206.25


i
KSC Supplied Data 5-36
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ql"6u!u!e_aJ
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l.i i
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'6u[u!ewaJua_._p,_H
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L_,IEPS AN_iLYSIS

GROU_Z} RUI_ES AND ASSU_[PT!ONS

i. The descent stage batteries go on the line ]< minutes pricr


to earth liftoff.

2. A 9.8 hour checkout was assumed for llomar orbit.

7. Ascent and descent batteries were paralleled for the powered


descent burn and prior to liftoff from the lunar surface.

4. %_:!eS-band equipment was assumed on !GC percent from initial


activation in lunar orbit until completion of the mission.

_._ TT:e rendezvous radar electronics _._asassumed to be operational


for the period of time dictated hy the current 3 Mission flight
p]an.

6, _:Le primary navigation and {uidance subsystem (PCNCS) was left


in the operate mode for the entire lunar stay.

7. __:e fom_,ard window heaters were left off for the entire mission.

5-41
00
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o
,-I
o
o
,.-..I
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o,.
LM ECS BUDGET

GROU_D RULES AND ASSUMPTIONS

i. Cabin 02 leakage rate was 0.2 ib/hr v_ile pressurized

2. Metabolic rates were varied according to Volume 2 of the


Spacecraft Operational Data Book

3. _letabolic 02 consumed was (1.643 x 10 -4 ) x (metabolic rate)

4. _ pressurization requires 6.62 ib of 02

5. Cabin pressure regulator check requires 2.65 Ib of 02


f
o. _L_0 consumed because of sublimator cooling was total heat
removed divided by 1040 (btu per ib) of H20

7. HI2 0 lost due to urination was 0.ii Ib/hr per man

8. Cabin temperature control was set to 72 ° F

9- Average glycol flow rate was 250 ib/hr

i0. Pudget was performed on the operational trajectory and may


change when the revision i is analyzed.
TABLE 5-13
LM ECS Su_ary

(a) Descent Sta6e

Description O2_ ib H20_ ib

Loaded ................. L$.OO 210.6

Unusable ................ 3.40 16.4

Available for mission .......... 44.60 194.2


Required for mission .......... 26.17 142.4

Usable remaining in tanks ......... 18.43 51.8

(b) Ascent Sta_e


Loaded ................. 4.86 85.00
Unusable ................. 74 4.20
Available for mission ......... 4.12 80.80

Required for mission ......... 1o95 45.48

Usable remaining in tanks ........ 2.17 35.32

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