9781896522524

Apollo 10 : The NASA Mission Reports

by ;
  • ISBN13:

    9781896522524

  • ISBN10:

    1896522521

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-06-01
  • Publisher: Collectors Guide Pub
  • Purchase Benefits
  • Free Shipping On Orders Over $35!
    Your order must be $35 or more to qualify for free economy shipping. Bulk sales, PO's, Marketplace items, eBooks and apparel do not qualify for this offer.
  • Get Rewarded for Ordering Your Textbooks! Enroll Now
List Price: $14.95

Summary

The Apollo 8 NASA Mission Reports finally puts in one place four of the most important documents from this triumphant odyssey, The Apollo 8 Press Kit, The Apollo 8 Pre-mission Report and Objectives, The Apollo 8 Supplemental Technical Report and The Apollo 8 Post flight Summary. These four documents show the staggering proportions of the undertaking required to send men into lunar orbit. It is a testament to the ingenuity of the American people and the bold courage of three men.

Table of Contents

APOLLO 10 PRESS KIT
General Release
9(6)
Mission Objectives
15(1)
Apollo 10 Countdown
16(1)
Mission Trajectory and Maneuver Description
17(14)
Launch Events
18(1)
Mission Events
18(1)
Earth Parking Orbit
19(1)
Translunar Injection
19(1)
Transposition, Docking and Ejection
19(3)
Translunar Coast
22(1)
Lunar Orbit Insertion
22(1)
Lunar Parking Orbit & LM-Active Rendezvous
22(5)
Rendezvous Sequence
27(3)
Transearch Injection
30(1)
Transearth Coast
30(1)
Entry Landing
30(1)
Recovery Operations
31(2)
Apollo 10 Alternate Missions
33(2)
Abort Modes
35(2)
Deep Space Aborts
36(1)
Apollo 10 Go/No-Go Decision Points
37(1)
Onboard Television
37(1)
Apollo 10 Photographic Tasks
38(1)
Lunar Description
39(3)
Apollo Lunar Landing Sites
39(3)
Command and Service Module Structures, Systems
42(5)
CSM Systems
42(5)
Lunar Module Structures, Weight
47(6)
Ascent Stage
47(3)
Descent Stage
50(1)
Lunar Module Systems
51(2)
Saturnv Launch Vehicle Description & Operation
53(5)
First Stage
53(1)
Second Stage
54(1)
Third Stage
55(1)
Instrument Unit
55(1)
Propulsion
56(1)
Launch Vehicle Instrumentation and Communication
57(1)
S-IVB Restart
57(1)
Apollo 10 Crew
58(10)
Life Support Equipment Space Suits
58(3)
Meals
61(2)
Personal Hygiene
63(1)
Survival Gear
64(1)
Biomedical Inflight Monitoring
64(1)
Rest-Work Cycles
64(1)
Training
65(1)
Crew Biographies
66(2)
Apollo Launch Operations
68(2)
Prelaunch Preparations
68(2)
Launch Complex 39
70(6)
Vehicle Assembly Building
71(1)
Launch Control Center
71(1)
Mobile Launcher
72(1)
Transporter
73(1)
Crawlerway
73(1)
Mobile Service Structure
74(1)
Water Deluge System
74(1)
Flame Trench and Deflector
74(1)
Pad Areas
75(1)
Mission Control Center
75(1)
Manned Space Flight Network
76(7)
NASA Communications Network
80(1)
Network Computers
80(1)
The Apollo Ships
81(1)
Apollo Range Instrumentation Aircraft (ARIA)
81(1)
Ship Positions for Apollo 10
82(1)
Apollo Program Management
83(3)
Apollo/Saturn Officials
83(2)
Major Apollo/Saturn V Contractors
85(1)
Apollo Glossary
86(3)
Apollo Acronyms and Abbreviations
89(1)
Conversion Factors
90(86)
MISSION OPERATION REPORT APOLLO 10 (AS-505) MISSION
Memorandum
93(1)
The Apollo 10 Mission
94(1)
Program Developmen
95(1)
NASA OMSF Primary Mission Objectives for Apollo 10
96(1)
Detailed Test Objectives
97(1)
Launch Countdown and Turnaround Capability, AS-505
98(2)
Detailed Flight Mission Description
100(11)
Launch Windows
100(1)
Lunar Landing Sites
100(1)
Nominal Mission
100(1)
First Period Of Activity
101(4)
Second Period Of Activity
105(1)
Third Period Of Activity
105(5)
Fourth Period Of Activity
110(1)
Fifth Period Of Activity
111(1)
Contingency Operations
111(5)
General
111(2)
Aborts
113(1)
Launch
113(1)
Earth Parking Orbit
113(1)
Translunar Injection
114(1)
Translunar Coast
114(1)
Lunar Orbit Insertion
115(1)
Lunar Orbit
115(1)
Transearth Injection
115(1)
Transearth Coast
115(1)
Entry
115(1)
Alternate Mission Summary
116(3)
Space Vehicle Description
119(2)
Spacecraf Description
121(4)
Configuration Differences
125(1)
Human System Provisions
126(1)
Launch Complex
126(1)
Mission Support
127(1)
Recovery Support Plan
128(7)
Flight Crew
135(3)
Back-up Crew
138(2)
Mission Management Responsibility
140(1)
Program Management
140(1)
Abbreviations
141(8)
POST LAUNCH MISSION OPERATION REPORT
Memorandum
149(1)
Prelaunch
150(1)
First Period
150(1)
Second Period
151(1)
Third Period
151(1)
Fourth Period
152(1)
Fifth Period
153(1)
Sixth Period
153(1)
Systems Performance
153(1)
Flight Crew Performance
154(9)
POST LAUNCH MISSION REPORT NO. 2
Memorandum
163(1)
Primary Mission Objectives for Apollo 10
164(1)
Results Of Apollo 10 Mission
164(12)
TECHNICAL DEBRIEFING
Suiting and Ingress
176(1)
Status Checks and Countdown
176(1)
Powered Flight
176(6)
Earth Orbit and Systems Checkout
182(1)
Tli Through S IVB Closeout
183(3)
Translunar Coast
186(4)
Loi Through Lunar Module Ingress
190(3)
Lunar Module Checkout Through Separation
193(7)
Command Module
193(3)
Lunar Module
196(4)
Doi Through Rendezvous
200(12)
Lunar Module Jettison Through Tei
212(4)
Transearth Coast
216(3)
Entry
219(2)
Landing and Recovery
221(1)
Command Module Systems Operations
222(5)
Guidance and Navigation
222(1)
Stabilization and Control System
223(1)
Service Propulsion System
223(1)
Reaction Control System
223(1)
Electrical Power System
224(1)
Environmental Control System
225(1)
Telecommunications
226(1)
Mechanical
227(1)
Lunar Module Systems Operations
227(6)
Guidance and Navigation
227(2)
Pgncs
227(1)
Ags
228(1)
Propulsion System
229(1)
Descent
229(1)
Ascent
229(1)
Reaction Control System
230(1)
Electrical Power System
230(1)
Environmental Control System
230(2)
Telecommunications
232(1)
Miscellaneous Systems, Flight Equipment, and GFE
233(9)
Visual Sightings
242(1)
Premission Planning
243(1)
Mission Control
244(1)
Training
245(4)
Human Factors
249(3)
Concluding Comments
252(6)
Onboard Crew Comments
258

Rewards Program

Write a Review