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358 01 08 18 CDR Zulu in 15 seconds. And the name of this game is S019 - S019 operations. The first exposure will be at Ol:10. I have the SAL open. The ROTATION the mirror's extended. The ROTATION is 043.0 and 3.2. Owe first exposure will be of field 201. It'll be a 90 widened, And rlght now _ .,. Jer, Okay, thanks. _tll be _tarting at 01110, Okay. We'll he starting in 50 Seconds, The counter rlg_ now says number 55, l%m in the STOWAGEpo_tlon, l_m_golngto CARRYAGE _T_ACT_ nowi r_-go_/Ig to open the FILM_TCE. _tt_o_ent _Febmye 20 seeond_ to ge, ROTATION and TILT are _et, _eSmg to SLIDE RETRACT new_ W_ get _G_t,

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MARK. Okay, we're finished with that one. We're in CARRIAGE R_f_ACT, changing the ROTATION to 52.3. It's in lock. the TILT is 21.9. Set and lockoe, This one is supposed to go at _ at 14. This one will be a 270 widened. Rechecking the ROTATION at 52,,3. The TILT is ,20.9 _ correction, 21.9, Okay, I'm going to start this one early because it looks like you crowded me later, I_m winding up the knob. T!m in CARRIAGE RETRACTED, Stand by MARK, This is a 270_seQond wfdened. Started at Ol11B-3G, 52.3 _ 0h_ _m term/matlng th_s one, I_7e given yeu tNe _Teng TILT. Uh.-oN, I can't get i_ cut, 1111 .hawe it in unt_l i't_'s-denw, Well, I _.mgoing to move it right now,, 5,0 is the proper TILT. 5.07 we%re pa_ng 3G percent, So your d_ta_s g_iUag to _e _eared up, _ut It'_ the laet 7_ percent pf _t _ll 1_e rlg_t, anyway',

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came bank with the SHUTTER. But I'm going to increase your counter one more time. Now see if I can go to CARRIAGE P_'i'I_ACTED- SLIDE RE - It won't SLIDE RETRACT. Okay, it's now reading frame number 62, I pushed it firmly into the SHUT'A'_, OPEN, position, Now, it doesn't feel like I'm getting the CLOSED, It"s Just loose as a goose all the _ f_om SHUTTER! OPEN, all the w_y, around to CARRIAGE RETRACTED p and then i_c won't go into SLIDE P_zz_ACT. I'm going to cycle tile FILM HATCH_ I don"t kuow- if tEat_ll do an_, good, But it's all I can tH_nk of to do right no,r, T_t didn't help, i 358 01 18 32 358 01 19 05 CDR CDR Well, l_m ai_yaid we've had .,. The counter and I don_ i_-ne_Teadimg 63_ tE_ak I've _een _eyf_ag

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Yes, it won't go there. That's the problem. I tried to - I tried to remove - See the _ was OPEN here. I tried to CLOSE the 8KUT'f_/Rand bring the _ the frame back around to SLIDE _'I'_ACT and it wouldn't go into F_-I'HACT, I 'm afraid that _s tD-e on8 of tlle road for this one, All I_m dQ_ng 1 Im cycling e_er_ t_me I t_-i. to _ec_le our eQunter. Ss

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PLT debriefing A_M pass, started at 02:22. JOP 6 step i - i Alpha, completed for pad, one anoamaly. When I took the last 82 ;Alfha at 20 second exposure SHORT, I did not _et a frame decrement. I Was unable - I didn't have suffient time to complete i Bravo. I think we might have crossed here on this. I am sort of got our signals There was

enough time to complete 1 Bravo, so I didn't get the single exposure, called for _n the rest of the pad. I'm not quite sure exactly what all that meant there. At any event, the powerdown to 100 ... wan performed with the exception that it called down on the pad. The nuZ updeate wan performed, and no videotape recording was done.

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This is the PLT. The time is 24:28. And this is the debriefing for the ATM pass starting at 01:43. JOP 6, step l, building block 1-Alfa, Sun-centering 2-A and exposure 1 minute l0 seconds, long and short, respectively. We're executing. Rest of the building block 1-A was executed per pad. And a video record Just after the white lig_ht coronograph finished ... standard. And I got XUV MON and the roll on the white light coronograph within the 3 minute allotted period. So I did that. 1-Bravo was executed as per pad. The coronagraph - the corona is still - still sort of nondescript. There is a very faint streamer at about 2:00 to 2:30. There is a reasonably well developed one at about 3:30, 4:00 with a nice helmet base.

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And there is what looks to be part of two superimposed streamers on the east limb at about 9:30, lO:00. There, at least, appear to be two distinct entities there as far as the streamers. And the thing that makes me think that there are two of them instead of one is that the thing is very broad out as far aS it can be seen on the monitor. After completing building block 1-Bravo, I slewed to active region, I think it was 01, if I identified it properly. Small active region it looks like. And although I think it don't carry a very high flare probility, it did look interesting and a little bit differeng, and I did a MIRROR AUTO RASTER, GRATING 0.

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Okay, when I finished that I did - lined up two different positions of the }{-alpha, there were two, to get MIRROR LINE SCANs across - on line 25 using H-alfa 2 for pointing. One that had a lot of dark stuff in it and the other that had most mostly bright stuff as it w_s pinged across. The MAR wss done ar ROLL minus 5397, UP/DOWN minus 0595, LEF£/RIG}{T was minus 0225. It looks like the - as already been mentioned, there's no sense in going into it. It looks like the thlng's dying things are dying out or at least subsiding for awhile.

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PLT out. SPT at Ih:37, M092 and instrumented exercise following that. I think the only thing different between this MO92 and the one I had previously is, one, I had a little mere rest_ and two, I mansged to take a fair amount of fluids during the day, Just about all the drinks I had allowed during the day plus another 16 ouunces. I did that's all in the morning, maybe - at least 2 or 3 hours before I had the run.
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That is, what we norm_lly use for exercise. And if that's the case, I pump it to a pretty high torque - high watt load, and there's no way I can do that and have a left arm dangling free. So afber a little while, I Just gave up on the blood pressure because either I w_s not going to give you the exercise you wanter or youwere going to make me five misleading data heacuse my arm would be flexed d_a-lng the measuring period. I'd be glad to dive you the M171 when that's rigged up and the electroc_rdiagram for - for high work loads, but I I'm _fraid it's Just next to impossible for the ,.. blood pressure.

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17:08. And looks like the time is pretty good on that one if we don't hit any problems. Let's see PLT And with all of that a good run. PLT out. PLT reporting on visual observations, on "" particular handheld photograph. 12:54:30, I took two mediocre to poor shots of the ... or whatever it is swamp in ... and I went ahead and took them because you had given it to me and I - I'd like to get something. I got some area coverage. I'm still afraid that.you get large cumulative build-ups over that wet area there and we're goingto have to get it earlyin the morning local time, wkich probably is some kind of mission constraint on getting 358 17 17 lO ]?LT up early or something, I don't know. given looked like

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PLT out. This is the PLT reporting on 41, ED-72 performed yesterday. ED-_I as performed by the PLT and a little later the CDR expressed an interest. He went through one - one lace of the maze - two laces. As far as ED-ye is concerned, I took the required photography, however, very little happened in the first ii minutes, and I left the equipment in place and drew 3 sketches. One at 27 minutes, one at l:h7, and one at 2:hh. Essentially, what happened was the number 1 liq - after the -. first intrusion of the liquid, I didn't didn't move much at all. NOW the small elliptical intrusion about 5-milllmeters from the little metal silver larger cap at thebottom of the wick. That appeared, bu_ that's all that ever happened. Number 2, at the end of 27 minutes, it spread up approximately1.5 centimeters. I have sketches to show the pattern, which I will bring back. Number 3 had gone up about 2 centimeters and the border of the number 2 wicking, that is the edge of the intrusion, was in irregular and wavy.

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The - the equipment was moved in order to eat. See, what it did - I turned it upside-down in order to stick it on the wardroom table top, which we stick in the cliding. And when I agitated it, the number l, which hadn't changed much at all, number 2 and number 3 started flowing_ the agitation apparently caused it to run down the wicking faster, because number 3 went all the way - almost all the way to the end of the wick when I Jostled it. Number 2, I gues_ is about half-way up the wick unless it - I'm Just doing this from memory. I don't have a sketche on -° those. Number 1 is still no change on that fine wicking. And then this morning we got up by - we_l the other crewman hit it and this time liquid actually flowed out in a m_nuer which was - sort of ran down the wicking and rose up above of the wick. the surface

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I don't think that means anything in particular, other than the fact that the accelleration was sufficient to cause the liquid to come out of the food.tubes below and run down the wicking. And that was the end tof it and then I Just disposed of the wick experiment and I will bring the sketches back for the PI and the student investigator. PLT out. This is the CDR at 19:ll Zulu. The subject is Earth observations. In this particular case there were no photographs taken and the site that I observed _as the Atacama Fault which was HHI06. We _ame in Just north of Antofagasta and agaiL we had a fairly high Sun angle, I think. But this time the Atac_ma Fault where it ducks into the Atlantic Ocean Just south of Antofagarta into the Pacific. Just a minute.

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The point where the fault ducks into the Pacific Ocean, not the Atlantic Ocean, is at the little town of Taltal on the coast, It looks like it's, oh, 150 miles or 120 miles south of Antofagarta. It is quite clearly evident from - from the air that you have a very strong line there that's dipping down into the - into the ocean at that time at that place. I looked very much - very carefully for the continuation of the fault after it makes its transform there. It shifts over there to the southeast. I vas unable to - to see it. There are a couple of rivers that empty into the ocean in that area that are suspiciously straight. And it could be that they they could be the "areas where you have the the shifting or the cross-faulting.

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But from our Taltd up past Antofagarta, on up the coast until you begin to get into the little dry lake area, the - the line of the fault is very, very evident,even with high Sun angle, and it's very easy to see. The - the land itselft is pretty much coastal plain. It comes dipping down off the - off the Andes and then swoops right down to the water. I don't know if there should be much credena given to the straightness of the river because quite a few of the rivers that are coming down out of the Andes all along the Chilean and Peruvian coast appear to me to be pretty straight. That indicates to me that the - the land itselft is fairly regular. It's not teo uneven and that the rivers are - are Just kind of allowed to to go straight. There are no impediments to - to their movements, so there's no there's no tendency for them to be too terribly sinuous.

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I believe Yes. Okay.

it shoud

be _oth.

Stand by.

Yeah, I'll put these ... on now. You're - you're slightly off _lignment. Does it bother you_ No. Okay. Put your foot back Got a good snap Okay. Good fit; good shape. Okay. Okay. ... right Okay, on my throat. in there. Oks,v. here.

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on the helmets

go ahead.

... to Houston. Okay, Okay. I think you got a good one.

I'll See if I can ...

It's whole lot easier when you have the SEVA off. Sure is. Okay, Just a minute. Hold still. Ther we go.

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There. Okay. Alright standby All right. we've got. i. selected modes,

Pressure Verify

02 flow, we have.

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Verified. REG l, LOW FLOW light off. Mine's Right. LOW - this LOW light off. It's out. Lower SEVA protective Skylab, we're a minute we're about 30 minutes Roger. And PCU checkout. And, Bill, your heart rate output is a little erratic; you might try pushing thro_h the suit, under the sensors, if you get a chance. Okay, How's Okay. We'll take another look at them over the Vanguard, It's no problem. And, Ed, no need to acknowledge, on your $020 ops, and your T025 ops, use the exposrue sequences that are in the EVA checklist. Disregard those that I'll push that? Z on them right now. visor. till LOS; to the Vanguard. out.

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are in the cue cards

for both

those. And I'Ii give you another reminder over the Vanguard. PLT Note: cuff gage inac read me, Jer_ Yes, I can. but okay. you're - can you

CDR

a little

weak,

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Okay, cuff guage inaccuracy plus/ minus 0.15 pslg. Max. Nominal plus or minus 0.04 psig. BEG l, LOW FLOW and LOW list low lights have 5 second delay. Okay. PRESSURE SELECT to BEG 2 and we will get a tone *** REG l, LOW FLOW and possibly a LOW VENT FLOW. C_, PRESSURE SELECT to REG 2. Okay. *** Mine's in 2. There' s REG 1,

p--

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REG 1, LOW FLOW. LOW FLOW. I got mine. *** have

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a LOW VENT FLOW yet. Bill.

... look good, Thank you. Okay, Y don't either.

have a LOW VENT FLOW

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That 's at 3.6. 3.6, okay. If you get a cuff gage going below 3.6, _ abor_ the depress. Okay. Okay, let me make sure we got everything on thlg page. Okay, you're set. EV-3, forward hatch EQUALIZATION valve going CLOSED, Okay, that CLOSED now; it's spring loaded and it's locked. EV-land 2, note: if LOW VENT FLOW light comes on before depress complete, FLOW S_._CT to EVA NORM. During depress, cuff gage may read 4.1 m_x in Delta-P mode. Okay. Okay, you both understand that, or you want me to do it again? No, I got that. No, we got it. Okay, EV-3, if the rate of climb indicator exceeds 100 feet per minute

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Okay, I don'_ have either.

FLOW,

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I ... now; that's Just possibly. Yeah. Okay. That 's ! right. MODE S_LECT to DELTA P.

That ' our ticket. s Yeah. SELECT, DELTA P. Verify SUIT PREWS Okay. It 's off. Monitor cuff gage. light, off, 2.8 to 3.1.

CDR SPT

And LOW V_T FLOW, off, if it did . come on. Verify cuff gage. How do you read? Jerry, Yeah, Okay. do youlread I ready _you. Okay, you got me loud and clear? 3/2, w_7 down me?

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No, I read yo%_ about in the mud, Ef.

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Okay, I'ii be:going to take uh turn up a little volume in the command

a nn. i
PLT SPT Okay. If you disconnect that - squeal Yeah, I disconnected the squeal and it turned out that I had the kludge hooked up - not to the right kludge, but to the one right adjacent to B25.

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Okay, verify cuff gage stable, 3.2 to 3.5. Okay. I'm still working on mine. - -

Okay, Jer, how do you read? Okay, loud and clear. Okay. Yeah. Okay. I still have trouble hearing you, Ed. All right, just a moment here. I'll turn your volume up in Just a see. Okay. Your MASTER VOLUME is coming up - i, 2, 3, 4, 5; 5, h, 3, 2, i. Is that a little better? It's a little better. Am I a little above the mud now? You're a little better.

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Yeah, it's getting better. Keep it coming. i, 2, 3, h, 5; 5, 4, 3, 2, i. Better turn it up some more. I got it to 9_ Well, turn it all the way up.

It is. Okay. ! How about INTERCOM? ** 2, 3, h, 5; 5, h, 3, 2, I. Oh, that help's a lot. Okay, I_TERCOM is all the way up. Good show. Okay. How do you read me?

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Loud and clear. How do you read me, Bill? I read you 5 square, Ed. Loud and clear. 0kay. Okay, if there is any reason to turn it back down, I can do it, but I've got 'era all max now. Okay. Okay. All right. NOte. In next step cuff gage will decrease and cycle before stabilizing, 5 _sia ambreut only. • .. Okay? PRESSURE select for REG l, REG 1 LOW FLOW, off. Okay. REG 1 LOW FLOW is off, and it did cycle• Okay, it is cycling. Verify cuff gage stable, 3.6 to 3.9. How me?

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Okay, I think we're going to have to turn some volmme down. We're getting a lot of squeal. That's what I!m doing right now, Jer. Okay. '. i

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It's these speaker boxes as I'm passing by in the MDA. Oh, okay. Okay. coming They'r# - they're down. up on another one here. Oh, I'm

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( Laughter ) God, this is awful.

.....

Sounds like a •radar. ... Okay, now, let's press. Okay. My cuff is stable at 3.8.

Okay, I'm stable at 3.7. Verify cuff gage and iwe do PRESSURE SELECT to BOTH. Verify no change in cuff gage or displays. Okay, that's verified on tl_at. Verified for me. All right. sequence EMU integrity check. Next

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term/nates

0 2 flow to PGA.

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REG 1 LOW FLOW and LOW VENT FLOW lights will light. Monitor cuff gage for max decay,of 0.8 pslg. Okay, we're gonna d9 this for 1 minute. FLOW select w_ll - will go IFF, and then PI_ESSURE_select, OFF for 1 minute° Okay. FLOW - Okay, Check your time. mine. Got your FLOW Stand by. select OFF? I got

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FLOW select, OFF.

Okay, mine's OFF. PRESSURE seleot going to OFF. PRESSURE select

... Stand by, Jer. to VOTH.

Them, FLOW select to IVA.

CDR PLT

Okay, my flowis coming back. Okay, mine is too, and I didn't

get any drop.!

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CDR PLT cDR PLT

I didn't either. ... any drop at all. Not a bit. Okay so the note does not apply. Cuff gage stable, 3.6 to 3.9 at psig and all lights off. Same here. Okay. MODE SELECT, ABSOLUTE. And we should get a tone, suit PRESSURE at 3.1 to 2.8 psig. Okay. MODE SELECT to - going to ABSOLUTE, if I can ever - Okay. Okay. ... Okay. All right. Okay that and came on about 3, so that's - EV-3, the EMU integraity check is complete. Okay I'll pick it up here. a vehicle I'll We got Okay,

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02 reg check coming up. I'm doing that's

read you what

on 225. 123, looking

02 indicators.

Okay,

good. Toggle valve B, I'm gonna be CLOSING. Okay, only a drop of around 2 psi. Okay, they Just ne_,_r have us open that one up again, do they? We were running off of A all the time, apparently, huh? PLT SPT Yeah, I think so. Ev-1 and 2, LOW VENT FLOW lights, verify. *** by. 2, verify. off;

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SPT

Okay. EV-3, overhere I've got a panel 225, 02 PSI taggle valve B,

OPEN. We've got it. And A, CLOSE. Drop off around 5 psi. Okay, the drop less than i0. i and 2, I want LOW VENT FLOW lights off; verify. EV-I and 2, are your LOW VE_T FLOW lights, off? 359 16 19 33 PLT CDR SPT Verify for i. Verify for 2.

Toggle valve A going OPEN. Okay Ev-I, procede to AM. Enter, head first. No, wait a minute - hold uh hold uh. Toggle valve A, CLOSE. I've got to go back here now. Now here's the note that you were concerned about. I've got to hustle into the AM here and out the other side. And buried behind this panel line, huh?

PLT SPT

Trying to get the eondensage

Yeah. I looked at it last night. I wish I'd have done this earlier, because it's kind of awkward right now. Naturally there. Yeah. Careful you don't cut your hands there because that's - in - with all that equipment in

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Okay, let's see. Disconnect condensate holding tank inlet QD. Install cap on port. Temporary stow inlet hose. All right. Let me get this - It's gonna be hard to put the QD hack on here. Oh boy. You got no way to work, no leverage. Nothing to hold onto. Okay, there it is. NOw come around the other side and temporarily fill that line.

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PLT

Watch your there.

feet when

you go back

SPT

Yeah. Okay. Okay, AM-1 is gonna be or EV-1 is the first buy gonna be coming in here. But the - maneuver on over here and temporararily stow this fellow out of the way. Bill, you could go on out and be ready to go in. That's probably your speaker which I got the interference Yeah. You're Just gonna have to tolerate for a few seconds here. Okay. Okay. Well, I'm gonna pull down a little further, beca this it box in with.

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SPT

Yeah, make sure it clears - Is that I think it's enough to clear the hatch, is it not? Well, I'll pull it down Just a little. Okay. Yeah.

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... that wasn't a very good deal. Oh boy. in here. a hurry. Good thing you got two hoses It's gonna get c _mplex in

PLT

Well, unless they have - They must have a goodreasonforthis. Oh yeah. I think it was probably to protect the delta P in the tank. Oh, yeah. it. Okay. There's a good reason for

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PLT 359 16 22 59 SPT

**_ up here. Yeah. Okay, now let me turn that toggle valve back on. And you still don't have a LOW VENT FLOW, do you? The EV-2 doesn't. EV-I does not.

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Okay. Toggle valve A is OPEN. Okay, EV-1, proceed to the AM. Enter head first. And hold on. AS you do it,+ I got to put your umbilical in the sphere. Just a minute, I'll have to tuck my checklist behind the - up in here. Hold on, Bill. Just take your time. I'm - I'm not taking any time. I'm trying to do is - Are you on this one? I don't know. Well let's see ... here. Bill is in the one that goes to panel 317, Ed. Okay, and it should say right on the umbilical. His umbilical I believe. is number - number 7, All

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SPT

CDR

SPT

Yeah. Okay, Bill, Just hold on where you are. Just don't move at all. And we'll tuck you in right here. Okay, wait Just a minute. Okay. Looks like they're crossed.

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WEll, let's see now. That's crossed with you and - Hold on. Just a minute. Stand still, Bill. There we are. Okay?

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All right. I'ii pull mine out of the way here. Okay, I've got mine out of the way. Yeah. Let's Just see - this is you, Jer right here. Yes. So, this one is gonna have to go in. So, I'll tell you what. CAn you put it under Bill, over on this side? I can. Okay, Bill, lift up. There. Okay. And then your arm, and then go.

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All right, and I'll hold it here so it doesn't get in your way. Okay, now can I put Bill in here. But, Jer, I could probably stow some of yoursif you like. No, I'llhave to read the ... Let me Just read the procedure .... go quickly. 0kay. Okay, Bill you probably got about as much in there as you want in there. Okay, EV-2. Okay, first of all, EV-1 rotate to EVA ... POsition feet towards the MDA. Okay that's in work. Okay. EV-2 move to the OWS hatch. EV-3 _-nage EV-2 LSU and stow in aft compartment. And then I move to the STS. I'm watching you, Ed. I'm trying to get into a position to minimize the space I take up. So I got to ... eventually.

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SPT

Yeah. Just a minute and I'll help you there, Bill. Don't make a
_ove.

CDR

Ed, you know I think I can manage m_ own umbilical into this aft compartment. Well I'll Just feed it right in here while you help Bill. All right. Okay. Bill, you stay to your right. Your instruments are all to your left. If you stay right up - you can kick that wall ell you want. But don't do anything behind you or to your left. So as long as you stay staring at panel 223, everything in front of you is clear. Okay, Ed, my umbilical compartment, now. is in the aft I'm watching you.

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Oh, okay. Let me take a look at Bill here Just a minute. Bill, you're tangled up. Let me do this to you. Make a 180 - Just llke thls. Let go. There you are. There you are. There, you're lookingyou're looking good. And I'll finish - I'll get that umbilical in here. Okay, Jer, you think you can get in there and Yeah. I'ii wait till you get back to your checklist. All right. Okay, Bill, I think we've got you nice and tidy now. You're all squared away. You can see your umbilical coming off by your left elbow and it goes straight over into the straight over into the - -

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PLT SPY CDR SPT CDR SPT

Now ... I got it. Okay. OWS hatch closure.

Hey, let me get in then. Well I think I'll go along with you. Okay, you close up that aft hatch now. Okay, Jet, first thing what you do is you inspect at the hatch seal for obstructions. You put the release cable to UNLOCK. Okay. Stand by. I'll inspect. The release

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Okay, the seal is clean. handle is to UNLOCK. Okay.

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Hatch handle to OPEN.

Okay, now the thing here is to watch and see that I don't get tangled in my umbilical. Watch your feet, because to T025. Right. Move your feet towards the compartment. How ' that ? s That's a little bit better. You the center of you're getting

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CDR SET

CDR SPT

you got lots of umbilical, but it doesn't look ited in knots or anything. CDR 359 16 28 _4 SPT CDR SPT Okay. I think you're relatively All right, what's next? Okay, ... from the wall. Now close hatchwhile entering aft lock. Hold hatch against seal. clear.

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Okay. Say, troops. Yeah what? Oh, there are the tools. Okay. Because that's what I stowed, Jer, the EVA tools. Yeah, Jerry, are you sure we got all the EVA tools in here? Yeah, I put them back in. Well, wait a minute. They're in the other box up there by this light without the red tape around it. Okay? Out to your right. sure, Bill. Check it and make

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CDR

SPT

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That - that's the one with tape I put on. Yes. Uh - huh. Okay.

the pole

SFI _ PLT
f

There it is.

It's on.

SPT

Okay. Is there anything else you can think of? Nope. That was all.

PLT j!_[

Okay, we've covered it all in the checklist. Release handle to unlock, hatch handle to equalize. Okay, that's in work. Equalize pressure, now the dogs engage.

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Let 's see. Then

UNLOCK. to equalize pressure.

... handle

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SPT

Release handle to UNLOCK .... called, and thenhatchhandleto CLOSE. Slip-back operation there, Jer.

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Say again. It sort of works peeular, if you haven't - ... The ... slips back. Needless to say, we could have had more training on that one. ... sequence. Jer, let me read these things again to you. Okay. Okay, we start off - we hold the hatch against the seal, and you got the hatch handle open, and the release handle to UNLOCK. Okay. Okay, now assuring again that the release handle to UNLOCK, you put the hatch handle to EQUALIZE PRESSURE. Okay, that's where it is right now. And now the release handle has shifted over to LOCK. Now you move that to UNLOCK All right. I did it. again. Okay?

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NOw hatch handle to CLOSE. All right, Now, it's CLOSEd. to LOCK. Verify.

release

handle

LOCKed and verified. Okay. Assume EVA regress position, feet toward the MDA.

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CDR

Right. Okay, it doesn't say anything about putting this pip pan at, huh? No nothing about one is it? a pip pin. Which

SPT

CDR

There is a little pip pin that holds the release handle in the lock position. I put it in. Okay. Okay. Okay, AM forward hatch closure. EV-B unstow VC tree and pass to EV-1, in work. handle first. That's

SPT

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Okay, handle coming at you and at the bottom is the - usually slips right in .... As a matter of fact, I'll wind it up for you, and then all you got to do is drive it home. Okay, drive her home. Get down. Make sure it's locked. Did the handle unlock first? There they go. Okay, and it's locked. Okay EV-1 hold VC tree and ... VC tree ... release it forward hatch. Check equalization valve cap. Stow and verify. All right let me do this. 311. Release forward hatch. It's released. Thrust equalization valve cap. This one stowed and verified. the other I guess that's side. ... the hatch over on

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(Laughter)

of it.

Yeah. I tell you, we could have used a little more hatch work in training. Okay, inspect hatch seal - or pressure equalization valve to OPEN - and and that is OPEN. Verified. ... you know that they installed one of them wrong at the factory. Inspect hatch seal for obstruction.. And that's what I'm doing right now. Okay it looks good and clean, feals good and clean all the way around. Okay.

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Bill, are you holdingthe VC tree? ... equalization Negative. Yeah, you're gonna have to, Bill. You're gonna have to take that out again be - for me to close the hatch. I was Just thinking aobut it. Yeah, you're right. I recall. valve.

PLT SPT

Hatch seal - hatch hatch closed, handle CLOSED. And then you can install that tree. Clears up there's Just a little bit of a clearance problem there. There you go. Okay, have a good one. Now. Hatch handle, CLOSED. Now, wait a minute - wait a minute - wait a minute. Hold on press equalization valve open we got. We got inspected - I've close the hatch and it says hat handle,CLOSE. now we don't have one on this side, do we?

PLT SFT

CDR

Yes you do. Up on the side. Up around the edge on the bulkhead. All right, let me take a look. Oh there it is. No wonder, it's hiden. Durn thing. There you go, you got it.

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PLT SPT

Hey, Jer, the last time did you operate with ... all the time? Yes. 0kmy. Okay my - that handle is CLOSED. ... might be in the way.

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SPT

... receptacle, EV-I and 2. 317 and 323, install wrist tethers on right arm. Okay? For your preference. Bill, let me get back here behind and assume my position. Okay. Tell me if I'm in your way. Just tell me to move. Okay. All right. Are you on 3 317 or you on 323? Install wrist tethers Okay. Tell me when you're complete. on right arm. you

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I don't have a wrist tether. Here, take this one. I've brought the ones up that were hid. Jer, if you need one, there's one around on the other side by the 193 antenna. (Laughter) I'll tell you what. first. Jer? All right. I'll get one off a piece of equipment when the time comes. Okay. Okay. Next step. Okay, both of you FLOW select to IVA. Verify. Ira, verified, 2 verified. EV-1. I'll take one all

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PRESS

select

to REG 1.

EV-1 going to REG l, now. 2 to REG 1. MODE SELECT to DELTA P. Verify suit PRESSURE light, off at 2.8 to 3.1 psi2. EV-1, in work. In work. Watch your DELTA P at PRESS light, off. Hey. It's off at 3 for EV-1. For EV-2.

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It's off at 3 for me, too.

Okay, verify MODE SELECt, hard cover - hard over in DELTA P. I'm sorry, read that again, Ed. ! MODE SELECThard over in DELTA P. Verify for EV-2. Just a second. Okay.

PLT SPT CDE PLT SPT

It's a little hard with that cover on it. Okay_

PLT

Would you - I don't understand what you mean - do you mean Just push it all the way ? Yeah.
over.

CDR

Making

sure it's

a11 the w_y

PLT SPT

Okay. Make sure it's all the way over in DELTA P, and that's hard with your PCU deflector on there. Yes, I understand. I got it. EV-1 ...

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Verify cuff gage stable, 3.6 to 3.9. EV-1, 3.75. Okay, EV-2 is 3.8. PRESS select to BOTH. Verify no change in cuff gage or displays. EV-1 to BOTH and verify no change.

PLT CDR SPT

EV-2, verify no change. Okay, we're coming up to SOP flow check. OPEN. Assist EV-I and 2. SOP 02 valve lock in detent. Verify valve each other.

CDR

This is something you really ought to be able to do yourself. Okay, EV-2's is open. Get yours okay, Ed Bill? Yeah. Stand by. in the detent

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Make sure it's locked position. What lock? The handle to turn. Yeah. Okay, tell me when What lock?

PLT CDR

that you Just lifted

PLT SPT PLT

you're

done,

Bill.

I will. believe

Okay, it's in the OPEN and it's in the detent.

SPT

Okay, now, we need a few things here first. Perform following SOP flow check rapidly to conserve SOP 02 .

EV-1, note: Possible slight cuff gage decrease and SOP light on around 0.i psi. 359 16 39 12 SPT First of all, on 317 you're valve, gorma

go SUS 1 02 SUPPLY

CLOSEd.

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You'll get a tone and an SOP flow. You'll verify medium pressure gage, that's around 27 to 45, then SUS 1 02 SUPPLY valve OPEN, and SOP FLOW

light, off. Okay, I'll read it read you through it as you do it. PLT Just a minute. Let me get all these •.. out of the way. Actually, all you got to do is get yourself lined up on SUS 1 02 SUPPLY valve and be able to read your medium pressure gage. Those are the only two things you're working with. PLT And I want to verify what on the medium pressure gage? That you're between 27 and 45 psig.

SPT

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I already got that, but I want to verify that while the flow is on, right? That's right. Okay, I'm gonna do it. Okay, I'll read you. balve CLOSEd. Okay, I'm looking too, Bill. BUS 1 02 SUPPLY

SPT PLT SPT

CDR

at your pressure

PLT SPT

And it's good and I'm - Okay, did you put a tone and an SOP flow? Got an SOP flow and SUB I is open again. Okay. SOP is out. Okay. V-2.

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You want me to do the same thing, On 323, we need the flow check SUS 2. ... out of your way. All right. for

right?

FLT CDE SPT CDR PLT

You want me to read it for you here? No, I don't think you need to. Let me see, I don't think I can see your, Ed - Jer. It's You probably can't. I think you'll be on the wrong side of me. Okay, this is SUS 2 02 SUPPLY that is

CDR

gonna come off. Here it goes now. I got good pressure, got an SOP FLOW light. Going back to OPEN. And it's OPENed and locked. SPT 359 16 40 58 CC Okay, now here's a good one.

Skylab, we're clear throug_

reading you loud and the Vanguard for lO minutes.

SPT

Okay, here's when you want to do well. Vis!1_lly inspect neckring, SOP, and four PCU connectors are locked. Okay. Let me do you first, Bill.

CDE PLT CDR

Don't hover over ... You're right. We're JAmmed up. MOve forward. All right. If you'll Just do a pirouette towards me. ... Your neckring looks real good. All right, let me look at - I want raise your - looks good. All right. Now let me check your PCU plugs. All right, the strings are locked, your water plug is in good. All right now, the thing left to look at is wrists. Okay, my right wrist is good.

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This is EV-3 .... SEe, my wrists are good. Okay. Let me take a look at the back of your neckring, Just to mmke sure.

CDR PLT CC PLT SPT CC

All right. Looks real good. Ed, Houston. Okay, looks fine. Go ahead. Ed, on the S020 ops and the T025 ops, I used the exposure sequences on the EVA checklist as opposed to a cue card. Don't use the cue cards. Eoger, Story. I have the cue cards here available, if required, but I plan to go right through the checklist as you called. Very good. Thank you. Okay, Ed, all of the neckrings/wristrings have been checked, and the PCU - the valves are all checked as locked. Okay, we're coming up on the AM depress. If cuff gage drops below 3.6 pslg, during depress, LOC_K COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE, CLOSed at CD3, hatch PRESS EQUALIZATION VALVE, OPENed. Okay, say again the pressure.

SPT

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SPT

CDR SPT CDR SPT

That's at 3.6. 3.6. Okay you got a cuff gage going before 3.6 when approaching depress.

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CDR 359 16 43 08 SPT

Okay. Okay, let me make sure we got everything on this page. Okay, here's that EV-3. Forward hatch EQUALIZATION VALVE going CLOSed. Okay, that's closed now. It's spring loaded and it's locked. EV-1 and 2, note: If LOW VENT FLOW light comes on before depress complete, FLOW select to EVA NOI_M.

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TIME

SKIP

359 18 44 54 PLT SPT PLT SPT

Getting dark. 2 more minutes. I see you got the lights on. Yeah, I got those back on soon a he finished the T025. Okay, you got the T025 filter case in there too, huh, Bill? That's affirm. In the aft compartment. You know we almost

PLT 359 18 _5 41 SPT

I'll be durnedo.

got that full 60-minute Jobber-do here, although we'll come uh around 7 minutes short. PLT *** on real good pointing. And I'm proud of that, 'cause that was hard to do. Okay, we got 1 minute here, Bill; and when we got around 15 seconds to go, why don't I Just let you tell me your time you're going to go to STOWAGE and give me a mark and I'll start and stop the timer? You Just tell me 'cause it's - about all I got to do is Just twist this knob from 1 back to ...

SPT

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SPT

Okay. Heck, it's holding us up. Well, heck - may as well get the most out of it here. 30 seconds, lO seconds.

5, 4, 3, 2, I 359 18 47 11 SPT PLT SPT MARK. Got it. STOWAGE.

Okay. Story, I show we have 7 minutes 59 seconds remaining on the 60-mlnute exposure. Okay, Ed. Okay, getting dark, getting dark. Okay, why donft you go clean up T025, as you much as you're ever going to, Bill? Okay, would you read it once handrail and all that bit? again, the ...

CC SPT

359 18 47 41 PLT

SPT

Well, no. You don't have to do that. Just make sure you got her packed in there reasonably well. All right. If you want to do the other, I can give it to you, but your comet is probably a good one. Yeah, let's Just get on with the transfer now. okay. The next day side we're going to have to pick up on $201. Tell you what, the sunset side comes first. Why don't we get that one going, Jet? I know you're eager, but we got to get the experiments out of the way f_rst. Well, don't you have to roll for 2017 Yeah, but probably won't h ave to do that until we - well, hell. Okay, you're sure right. WE do have to roll for

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that.

And let me look ahead

here

and see how long the fragment exposures are, to see whether we ought to be rolling now. CDR SPT CDE SPT Your maneuver Maneuver pad ought to - -

pad doesn't

give me a time.

Oh, it doesntt? No. It Just - l0 Just says do a norminal H-CAGE sometimes before we we do the roll. Let's see, attitude to hold from time rema_nlng in night seven to - to maneuver time, 52:30. At hold time remaining at night from 7 minutes to time remaining in day at 37.

CDR

Okay, we've

you can't do it this pass still got T025 to go. to go. - S020. right .... i0.

because

SPT CDR 359 18 49 i0 SPT CDR

No, T025 I mean TO

Oh, you're

There's nothing we can do. We might as well get on with this transfer. At least at the center work station. You're sure right, Jer. here we go. Okay. Okay

SPT

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Skylab, you Can Press on with the maneuver right now. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. that? We still or 8 minutes. Why do we want to do owe S020 about 7-1/2 minutes,

SPT CDR

SPT

Yes, ... we have quite a few exposures to to on S020 and also we've not done a nominal H-CAGE.

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SPT

I think rather than Jump the gun and start pushing the spacecraft around, we'll wait till we come up .... Okay, let's go on. iBill, on B21, center boom, extend approximately 1 foot - Ed, we'd like you to follow the maneuver pad on this - this pass and we'll get 201 and then we'll pick up S020 later. Okay, do you want a nominal though, at this time? That's affirm, H-CAGE,

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SPT

CC SPT

per the pad, Ed.

Okay, that's to be done i0 minutes ahead of time and the atti - attitude hold is to be done from time remaining at night of 7 minutes, so that's says we'll have to wait till 17 minutes remaining at night to execute the nominal H-CAGE. Is that what you are planning on?

CC _ SPT

Yeah, that'll be fine, Ed. Okay, at 17 minutes remaining, we'll start the nameuver pads. Okay, on 321, center boom, extend approx/mately 1 foot at the Ploy boom hook and verify boom hook unlocked. That's to you, Bill. That 's complete. That 's complete. Okay, unstow S05h from VC tree.

PLT PLT SPT CDR SPT

That 's in work. And attach hook. In work. Okay, and tell me when you got it on there, and make sure the hook is locked. it to the boom and lock the

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....

CDR

Just a minute. piece.

I picked

up the wrong

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Skylab, we're 1 minute from LOS; about 30 minutes to Carnarvon at 19:21. Roger, Story.

CDR PLT

Hey, easey, you do use the last knob, right? Let's Bill? see. Wl_at are you trying to do,

SPT

PLT CDR

I'm trying to get 5_ out of here. Okay, you got to - you got to push the button down mud then you take the handle and rotate it to unlatch. Push the - the center button. Rotate the handle. Jerry. There you go. Okay, the hook is latched. Okay, when it's lashed, then-Stand by it's not quite. Yeah, make sure it is.

SPT CDR PLT CDR 359 18 53 ll PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT

... green showing, great. And mRke sure she's secure. Got it. ... panel 321, center boom, VC, as directed by Jer Ready for it, Jer? extend to

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CDB CDR

Ready. Ed, Just like downtown. I', gonna be down here Juggling two canisters right? Say when, Jer.

PLT 359 18 54 05 8PT

Yeah, what you're going to do first, Jet, is to - Okay, good. Okay. You're going to remove it from the boom, Jet, and stow it on the VC temporary stowage hook, using tether ring on handle and lock lock. Okay. I'm also going to tether it to me i tOO. That is a very sound idea. Would be not very good to fix the shutter problem, but lose the film. That's rlght. After operation, too. that good threading

CDR SPT

CDR

SPT CDR

/_

SPT

CDR SFT CDR

Ye_h, hate to have you crying. May be a little more than me crying. Okay, Bill, you h feet, That's can retract it about good. restrez[ned off.

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Okay, I've got it temporarily now; I'll ts_ke my tether hook Okay it's done.

SFI'

Okay, now, using - you're gonna unlock the used S054 and remove themag. yeah ... And -ttaeh it to the 5h - and attanh it to the boom and lock the hook. Okay. I'm opening the door now.

CDR SPT

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SPT

And, Bill, you may have to pick move that boom for Jerry. Okay. I'll tell you what, I'll go ahead and move it back now and then let Jerry EVA me in.

PLT

CDE ODE 359 18 56 57 SP_

Okay, Bill. Okay, that's

Say when. good. going to send it back All right, Just a minute.

Okay, you're up to Bill. Okay, Bill.

CDH PLT 359 18 58 27 SPT

CAmera is ... Okay, Bill you,re going to attempt you're going to stow that in the same slot you got the new one out of it. And, Jer, you're going to take the new one r, of course, and put it in there. Okay, Verify it's in. flag is visible.

SPT

CDR SPT CDR SPT

white

Okay, I'm locking it now. Okay, in locking. Verify white flag is visible. Check both of those. Okay, it's a green flag that says latch. Okay, let's see. Is there anything on the side of the canister? Don't see anything; nice and tight. it's latched in

CDR

SPT

CDR

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How aho_t a - okay, let's see, there's a gre=n one that's in the Ye_l, it's in the magazine and it says latched and the handle's 90 degrees

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and the - the pushbutton s up. i And all I have to do is close the door sr_d that will bring up a white flag. There's some white alignment marks down in the lower right hand corner and they're aligned up nice. CDR Yeah, according to the instructions on the door here, everything is copacetic. Okay, Huh? it says green flag on the door.

SPT

CDR

No, it doesn,t say anything. It says install magazine, push white button, lock by turnimg the handle 90 degrees clockwise, observe the alignment strips down at the right corner are seated. And everything is okay. Okay. we'll
soon.

B59 19 O0 18 SPT

We'll chalk that one Ul,; and be testing that camera out pretty

CDR _-_ SPT

0kay. Let me make that ... notation in here though. Okay, Jet, or Bill, how you doing? got the center boom retracted? You

SPT

PLT

Well, I got it right here in front of me. I haven't got it retracted. Am I supposed to put it out of the way? Well, have you got the 54 boom - the 5h on the boom and put back onto the tree? Yes, sir, that's done. Unstow 56 from the VC tree. In work. Okay the plan is - we're going to a nominal H-CAGE in about another

SPT

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5 minutes.

And then

i0 minutes

after

that, we're going to start the S201 maneuver _ich is a lO minute maneuver. PLT Okay, well, we can be d_ing this while that 's going on • I'm figuring what we ought to do, though, is with about 5 minutes remaining - is start working on getting 201 out there. I think that's probably a good idea. In the

SPT

CDR CDR

Okay, so what's the next step.

56SPT CDR Unstow 56 from the VC tree. Okay, And now I - should I rotate the canister? And you take panel 160 POWER to ENABLE. And roll - - Okay And ROLL, ENABLE, canister ROTATION, right to align fif - S056 and then ROLL, INHIBIT. Okay, 56 is on it's way down. So, when you get to 56 Okay, Okay, Okay. Okay, now. Bill. Come on down with it stop there for a m_nute, ROLL Bill.

SPT

CDR SPT

PLT S_T 359 19 Ol _5 CDE CDR SPT CDR

56 is aligned;

_s INHIBIT_/D.

PLT CDR PLT

Say when. Okay, wrong way.

Not moving, huh?

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CDR CDR PLT 359 19 02 31 SPT

N o. Here it comes.

Okay. Did you roll the - inhibit roll there, Jer_ Yes, I did. Okay. That's good, Bill. the

CDR SPT CDR SPT

Okay now, unlock and open 56 door first, Jer. Have you done that? No, not yet. Okay. What you're going to do is take the - the new 56 and put that on the temporary stowage hooks. I could do that now.

CDR SPT SPT

CDR PLT 359 19 03 29 SPT

Just a minute. Okay, Bill, it at l0 Leave you can retract

CDR

it there.

Rather

than retract

it a little bit, Just leave it. I can work around it. SPT Okay, Jer, Just - you know the operation. Just let me know what you're doing here, And - and I'll try _rd keep you honest.

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CDR

Okay. I'm hooking 56 on the temporary hook now. And I'm going up and open the d-)or. Okay, and you _,pen the door and take the used 56 out and put it on the boom. Okay. And make Okay. Okay. All right, now I'm going to put the new canister in. Okay, install it and lock. Make sure you push that little button on the side that locks it. All right. And, Bill, you retract the boom and remove 56 from the boom. It ' in work. s Okay, 15 seconds here we're going to give it a the nominal H-CAGE. MARK. Okay, we're H-CAGE. going into a nominal sure you lock it.

SFr

CDR 8PT 359 19 05 13 CDR PLT CDR

Take it away, Bill.

SPT

CDH SPT

PLT 359 19 05 59 SPT

359 19 06 14 SPT SPT

359 19 06 _5 CDR CDR

Tone, warble. U_ yo,Jraft. Okay, 56 is in, the flag is showing, and the button is closed.

Tone,

continuous.

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CDR

And I'm going to close the door now. Sounds like you got problems, Ed. Yeah. We've got a cluster att an ACS mall. Hold on. I think it's because of this nominal H-cage. Stand by. See if you can see any TACs firing, Jer. No, I don't see anything yet. Yeah, we got a big high rate in X. I'm net sure I believe

SPT

PLT

CDR SPT

it.

CDR

Well, let's see if we can see 8_y st ars. You see any rotating? Does it look like it's rotating to you? Yeah,we'rerotating. I can see the stars moving. Yeah, we are. All right,hold on. H-CAGE didn't go. That nominal

SPT

CDR CDR CDR SPT

SPT

Tell you what I 'm going to go standby here a moment. Did Ed mean Jacks firingdid all this? Well, I was there at the beginning, yeah. I sure had them pumped out pumping out there. Still rotating. We've really wrapped up a},out X. _

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SPT

Okay, I'll tell you what, why don't we Just press on with the film and right now I think - let me Just check a few things. I think we got it squared away here. Hold on. 0kay. :

CDR SPT

We got a cluster ATT because we had a cluster high rate. And we got the cluster high rate as a result of going to nominal H-CAGE. That's right. That's peculiar. Hold

CDR

SPT CDR SPT

And also we got an ATS malf. on here. And we were in a hurry, really too. going

F-.

359 19 ii 19 SPT

off attitude

CDR SPT

How do the gimbals look, the CMGs? _!tumber3 looks a though _t's bumping up there. What I did was go to standby; put in a 30 minute maneuver time and went back to - and hit BI and put in a 20 minute maneuver time. Now let me Just see what m_ - Just hold on let me ... that.

CDR SPT PLT CDR PLt I CDR

Okay. ... And EV-I has 3.6 and no lights. Okay, EV-2 has 3.67 and no lights. Which film do you want next, Jer?

I think S052 comes next. l'll go ahead and rotate us on to it.

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CDH 359 19 12 55 CDH PLT CDR CDR 359 19 15 19 SF_

Yeah, S052 is the next one u_. Okay, and I have the roll inhibited. for S052' Jet?

You ready Yeah.

That 's good. Okay_ we're at 30 degrees out and I think we're going back. I think we got the situation under control, but I'll be darned if I understand the situation of how we ever got wrapped up so fast. Boy! Boy, we really started rot_,.ting, too.

CDR

So all and all you - it must have been the TACs that did it. Gee, I don't understand that, though. I gave it a 52023. Exactly ai: 17 minutes before. Okay, I'll tell you what when they come up I'll explain to them what the situation is, but till then let's press on. Okay, we have the 52 film down here and it's in the temporary stowage hook. And I've opened the door. And I've take the old film out s_d I've got the old film on the boom now. Bill can retract. And

SPT

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SPT CDH SPT

Okay, retract it and Just a minute, Bill. Hold it, Bill.

Hold it. Make sure you get everything locked ... down there. Yeah, that hook didn't look to me like it locked right. All right now do it. You are good.

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PLT CDR

()kaythe 52 film is installed and I have a white flag. Gonna close the doors. Boy, these magnetic catches are nice and strong. Okay the door is closed, locked, and the flag is up. Rotate on to the next one now, H-ALPHA 1. Stand by that's in work. Roll is inhibited. You managing to stay up with us, Ed?

PLT CDE CDR SPT

Well, right now I'm just taking note og something here. Okay. Okay, you got the 52 back in the SAS. Is that correct? And it's locked? Affirmative. Okay. And I've rotated the canister to H-ALPHA 1.

CDR SPT

359 19 18 44 CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR

Let me check a few things with you, Jer. Okay. 52, did you get a white flag? Yes, I did. And did you locked the door? Sure did. too. And got a white flag on it

_rf CDR

And your roll Right.

is in to

i_ibit.

It's inhibit.

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Okay, now you got H-alpha Right. We're aligned i and waiting. with

1 coming. H-ALPHA

359 39 19 09 SPT

Okay, why don't I talk to them when they come up here and you fellow can work H-ALPHA 1. Let's see whether there's anything peculiar there. No, it looks straight forward. Okay, what No. come after H-alpha l, H-alpha 2?

PLT SPT CDR SPT

(Laughter) No, I've got that ...

That's it, isn't it? Yeah, I got some magnizine check to do in here. Okay. What you may want to do when we get into the daylight, Bill, is to get that 8020 exposuregoing again. Oh, no, we're not in - we're not in SI yet, so let me talk to them Say when. Good, Bill good.

CDE SPT

PLT CDE 359 19 19 53 CDE SPT 359 19 20 42 CC

Okay, l'm tethered. Houston, Skylab. Skylab, we got you through Carnarvan for 4 minutes. Okay, Story, let me tell you about our nominal H-CAGE. At 17 minutes to go in night we entered a 52023 for nominal H-CAGE. Around 1 minute later we got a warning for cluster high rate. We were grated in 0.3 degrees per second in X and increasing. We got out to around _0 degrees and were not slowing down. I took a couple of actions. Went to TACS at hold for a shot while to bring our rates down. Went to standby.

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Entered a 20 minute maneuver time. back to SI. And that's what we're

Went

returning to now. I show we're 16 degrees out and coming back at 0.33 degrees per second. R59 19 21 33 CC SPT CDR CPT Thanks, Ed, we're looking at it. And we also got ATS m_1 f indicating a - Take it away, Bill. CMG stat a couple of times during that
m_euver.

CC SPT

Okay. In the EVA we're pressing on with the ATM film retrieval. And I _magine when we get back to SI here we can pick up with the S020 operations until we get squared away for that maneuver again. Okay, Ed.

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CC 359 19 22 49 CDB

Okay, Ed, the new H-ALPHA is in. I've got a white flag ; it 's locked well. The lock button has been pushed. And I'm closing the doors. Okay you want :to retract the boom, Bill,

SPT

CDR

That's in and I've got a white flag on the doors. In work. Okay, now, you Just lean back there and make sure that your I'll tell you what you do first now, Jer. Okay.

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S}_f CDR SPT CDR SPT 359 19 23 39 CDR

HOLL, ENABLE. ROLL, ENABLED. ROLL right to align the Sun end.

Okay. Stand by. We're rolling to the right. Okay we're aligned with Sun end and roll was INHIBITED. Okay. Okay. And POWER 2 to INHIBIT. PRIMARY, SECONDARY, INHIBIT. to learn

SPT CDR SF_1

Okay. Now, back here.

if you Just want

CDR 359 19 2h 16 CC

I 'm well clear. Skylab we're a minute from LOS and 2 ndnutes to HOneysuckle. Don't forget your visor, Thank you. Bill.

CDR PLT SPT

I got it.

Okay, and we're picking up on 2-2 or 2.2, 21 on the check out on one - panel That's okay, we're with you, Ed.

130.

CC SPT

Okay, film reset. I'ii read these good things out to you, Jer; and nothing you can do except stand by and watch it all. If you can see anything. Panel 130, film reset going to H-ALPHA. Okay. And hit the reset. And K-ALPHA goes to 1600 - 16,000, the way it should. CAMERA, H-ALPHA ], POWER, ON. ON. :{-ALPHA i ... on switch _'ilm, O_TEREIDE. to OVERRIDE.

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REkDY light is OFF. H-ALPHA i, AUTO switch MANUAL for 60 seconds. Frame Increase by i0, verify. And did that at 45. And they're counting down, so I think you did a good Job on H-ALPHA i, Jet. Good show. A_id the solar in on S020. image is starting to come

CDR

SPT _59 19 26 09 CC

I'll tell you when we're

there. Honeysuckle,

We're back with you through 3 minutes, Skylab. Roger.

SPT SPT

Boy, I would sure like to know what the heck happened there. I think we might have ahd a CMG up against the stop, but it sure put a lot of rate into one axi s .... Okay, I even gave it a little bit more. Okay. That looks good. H-ALPHA 1 frames remaining decrease, TENS. H-alpha l, NIGHT INTERLOCK to NORM. H-alpha l, CAMERA power reset, X-RAY TELE. Okay, X-RAY TELE. Let me check these fellows off as we go. switch going

SPT

359 19 26 47 SPT

359 19 26 51 SPT

switch,

OFF.

Film

359 19 26 58 SPT SPT

SPT

And for Jer, transfer down to the station there. You would maria - might want to get those setting verified on the DAC, Rill. I'll give them to you now if you like. Okay. Tell Stand by .... ready.

PLT CDR

me when you're

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Okay, frames remaining 6,000.

on X-RAY TELE,

359 i9 27 33 SPT

CAMERA POWER switch, ON. CAMERA POWER going ON. CAMERA AIRLOCK, OPEN. Frames indicating decreases by l, verify. Yes. Close CAMERA POWER, OFF. CAMERA POWER, OFF. Film RESET to the WLC. Got it to RESET. Going to RESET. 8025. Main POwer switch to STANDBY and then ON. Main POWER switch to STANDBY, pause and then ON. MODE select to FAST SCAN. I got infinity and f16. STAET/STOP INDICATOR

_59 19 27 50 SPT

PLT 35_ LS_28 20 SPT

READY operate light is OFF. switch to START: AND FRAMES

DECREASING BY --DECREASES BY L). Well, we'll watch it till it decreases i0. SPT S?T WEll, now hold on here.

Okay, there it goes. That's right, that was a 20 second - 27-second exposure. WE're h degrees out in X still. Looks like we're _imost there, Ed. is almost centered. That's right, we got a pretty wide tolerance there. ... Houston. Go. S020

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SPT

... - indicator exceeds a hundred feet per minute. Notice what the bias is now, Ed, it's slightly biased before your - I got to find - there it is. Yes, it's reading around 30 right now already. Yes. Okay, Just kind of mentally record that bias. If rate decline indiemtor

CDR

SPT i: CDR SPT

SPT

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exceeds 100 feet per mlnmte, or gives caution ImkTnlq alert, RAPID Delta-P, PPO_ low, or cluster pressure i_, tell EV-I to close lock to c_depress valve, kay, so I'll be watching out for %home things; you may _t a call from me. CDR EV-I 318 locked to press depress valves open. MARK. That in 375. should and

359 16 44 24

PLT

hold it

PLT CDE PLT

Jer, how do you read? Loud and clear also.

Okay.

CDR PLT PLT

... hold her at 3.8. Okay. Stop.

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SPT

Still 3.8. Way to climb looks good in here. Okay, you're going down, we got in the forward, 5.5, 5._, in the OWS. Aft compartment is about 3.5. You may want to watch an ice buildup here, Bill. EV-1 - EV-1 is going to remove the screen from the depress valve after ice buildup to complete the depress, somewhere around lO1 psi, as I recall. ... right now, we'll Just wait and see how it That 's quite clear. What? Okay, Just keep her coming. Did you say it's heavy? Oh, yes, it's - it's prettyit's pretty soft. I got the wrong light. Oh yes, your right. So we still have .... ... have mirrored 3.2 right
now.

SPT

PLT

SPT PLT SPT CDR PLT

i

PLT CDR 359 16 46 16 PLT SPT

PLT SPT

Yes, it's - it's still dropping. Okay, let her drop as much as she can before you remove that. Oh, yes, now it's dolidifying. Hey, Jer, let me get something beforeyou get outside there.

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The only way I can t_Iw to ground is to hit the TRANSMIT on speaker box. CDR You should be able to do it on a com_ cable there. Okay. I try to -

SPT 359 16 46 56 CDR

You should have a co_ cable rooted from I believe 102 or 126, over to where you are so that you don't have to reach over to the co-,, box to punch. Well okay, I'll take a look. I was not - that was not done that I know. I'll look around here. That's part of the CLT system, look at the - look at the drawing in there that shows the ... and I think it'll show you where you mike key is andwhat it hooksup to.

SPT

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CDR

SPY 359 16 47 32 PLT

All right. Okay, we're
on 5•

about

I0 points

CDR

It's a good garbage collector, doesn't it? Yes. Skylab, we're hearing you discuss the co-,, management and we think you should have a CCO for that hooked up to 102 and then he car. hit the transmit part of that see for you to talk to us. Right, that's what I thought. He's checking that noW.

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SPT CC

Doesn't work,

Story.

Okay, need a page number 1.2-3. Second. Let me take over. See.

CDR SPT

Okay, you're down to around 2.1, so Just be patient. Okay. How's the ice look, pretty heavy? Actually it's - it's sort of

PLT SPT

PLT

CDR

I'd say waht, 75 to 80 percent of it's covered now. Yes, at least. About 1/8 inch _mhulance all the way around the outer edge of the screen, it's still clear. And one little hole about half way in. That's about a quarter of an inch in diameter.

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And it's starting to shrink away now. About 1.7 now. How's the old coolanol system looking, Houston? It's looking good, Jer. I sure can see how we can appreciate this water cooling, I'd hate to be going out gas cooled.

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Roger that. Right now the time is 30 seconds LOS and about 6 minutes to Ascension.

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CDR SPT

Roger, see you then. Houston, how do you read these entries? Ed, that's good. Thank you, Story. Okay, it all looks good in here; you're Just about one you may want to remove that screen and hustle it ; let the rest get out. Okay, that's in work, Ed. When do you start the clock, Ed? You start the clock when you open the hatch. Okay. At 316, Jerry, you want to monitor your - your pressure in the lock to stabilize pressure of or less than •B psi before hatch opening. Okay, we're about .4 now. Okay. Okay, Bill, we're at .25
nOW.

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Okay, let me record a little bit of time here. Okay I got at, call it 16:54, we're going to go in the hatch opening. Okay, let's go. Okay EV-I on BIg, EVA hatch retainer spring loaded to engaged position, verify.

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PLT SPT

Stand by, Ed, can you read? Yep. Okay, I did not read you at first there. Hatch handle lock to unlock. Unlocked. Hatch handle OPEN. Standby. Clockwise. Okay, and copy that, Skylab, and we're AOS through Ascension, Canaries, Madrid here for about lh minutes. Okay, open hatch. Get engaged hold, open rod. Open.

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That done, Bill? Ed, can you read? You'll have to talk louder, Bill. You're not coming out, Bill. Okay, we could turn the VOX up; we fought this battle last time. All right, well hold on I it's kind of a mess, I'll try and get there when I can. Okay, hold open now, is engaged. ()kay,EV-1 and 2, when depress is complete, MODE SELECT to ABSOLUTE.

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SPT

Okay, you get a slight cuff gage decrease. Tell me when that's complete. Okay, EV-1 is complete and how are you reading me? Yes, I got you Bill. Okay, EV-2 is complete and I'm reading 3.65. EV-1 is reading 355. Okay, PRESS select to BOTH, verify. EV-2, verify. Okay and FLOW select to EVA NORM. EV-1 going EVA NORM now. EV-2 to EVA NORM. Okay, and you're cuff gage should be stable at 3.6 to 3.9, and all lights off. EV-1 verifies, 3.6. EV-2 is reading 3.65, lights
out.

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Okay, and I got a verify your box sensitivity is good and I 'm scrambling up here and I'll do that - get your VOX sensitivity up a little bit more. Okay Bill. Bill, Just give me a short count or a long count.

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PLT

l, 2, 3, h, 5, h, 3, 2, 1.

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SI°T PLT

... now. i, 2, 3, 4, 5, _, 3, 2, 1 normal volume. Okay, sounds good. Okay. Okay. Okay. Ed, are you up in the command module now? If so we got a couple circuit breakers for you to check. Tell them, yes I am. I don't have my Like Good.

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Yes, he is; go ahead, he's listening. Okay, for Ed, that's on panel 8, to the left of the commanders couch. In upper left hand corner of panel 8, SCS, AC1, that circuit breaker ought to be closed, if it's not, go ahead and close it. The next one is also on panel 8 .... systems main A. Hold ... it, hold Switch. it, Story.

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Hold on, let him get the first one first, Story. Okay. Start _ll over, Story, and leave us - leave us time in between achone. e

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CC

All right, all right, we got SCS - panel a, SCS, AC-I. Check that that circuit breaker is in, if it's not in, push it in.

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It is in. That's in the upper left most corner of panel 8. Tell them it's in. Okay, it's in. I did not have to push It was already in. One other check is SCS system main A. That's in the third row Just to the left of the flood light switches. SCS system main A. it in.

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Okay, he's checking that. SCS system main A. Right. Okay that is - that is in and I did not have to push it in. Okay, both were in. Thank you. Okay, let me get back here. Okay, and it says I'm suppose to monitor radiation with RSM, okay. We're going to try fads perhourduring EVA And that's all we've got for you in the comand module. circuit breakers

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CC

We've still got an indication that we've got no thin thin motor on B mag l, but we're looking at it. Okay. Okay, we're" going now to the EVA, for the EVA-2. Stand by. AM egress, note contamination, EV-1 and EV-2, comment on any observed dispersion pattern There's no need to acknowledge out, but we're not planning any trouble shooting on that and that's a backup to the backup. Okay, okay. Okay, this is the EV-2, when we opened the hatch, I saw a lot of contamination move out, but I Don't see any now. Bill, do you see any?

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PLT

I use to see a few bits and pieces around, but I - I don't think I've seen over 3 particles. Okay, you're looking for contaml uation, dispersion patterns, or OWS waste vent slime during EVA.

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Okay. Okay, AM, egress AM head first, that's EV-1, face towardfootrestraints.

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Page ii of 56 PLT SPT CDR PLT CDR 359 17 01 15 PLT That ' in work. s EV-2 manage his nmbilical.

Okay, Just a minute, Bill. Okay. All right. Okay.

EV-1 is at the foot restraints. Okay, ingress VF foot restraint with left hand, you've got ; clamp own LSU at approximately 9 FEET. In work. And then we want both from both of you an EM - EMU status check. Please stand by 9 feet. There's Ten? Yeah. - what that 7 is for there? That's the number umbilical. of your lO coming up.

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Yeah. Okay, my umbilical is connected and EV-1, has got 3.6 and all lights out. are

CDR

Okay, EV-2 is 3.67 and all lights are out. Okay, S020 ops. Unstow verify mounting bracket S020, is

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fully open. Place vacuum valve/shutter control to VENT; allow 15 seconds to vent. PLT CDR All right. Let me get 20 first and then read that stuff again. Down by your left knee. Okay. Okay. my hand, Ed. Okay. - - the other words again. Place vacuum calve/shutter control to VENT, (allow 15 seconds VENT). to All right, that's in work. Tell me when and I'll give you the 15 seconds. It 's in VENT. Okay, stand by. MARK, 15 seconds. on, Ed. Continue I have 20 in Now read me - -

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SPT CDR SPT

CDR PLT

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Okay. Verify film advance knob at S. Okay, stand by. verified. That's

CDR

SPT

Place the vacuum valve/shutter control to shutter open. Okay, that's in work. it's in open. Uncover, bore sighter. Okay,

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CDR CDR

In work. That little bitty knob is murder, Okay, it's uncovered, Okay. Pass S020 to EV-I.

SPT CDR SPT

In work. Tether S020, EV-I should tether S020 and mount on far side of ATM truss ... with D-I handrail Just inside the start of hsmdrail and tighten the clamp. Would you like for me to read that again, Bill? I can. Let you know when I get it. Okay. Jer, Just a sec ; let me tether that. There 's a handle underneath for you. Let me turn it over. There you go.

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CDR

PLT CDR

Okay. Okay. You've got it tethered to him. Now what's next again?

SPT

Okay, tether the S020 and mount on far side of ATM truss with D-1 handrail (Just inside the start of the handrail). Tighten clamps. Damn it. I've ... this.

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I want that on the other arm. It's in work, Ed. Okay, tell me when you're complete.

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Okay, I'm gonna take it off now, I've got it in position. Did you take your tether off? Yeah, Just a second. I'm tightening it down. Okay, I can take the tether off now; I got it tightened on the truss and I don't want to lose this tether.

SPT

PLT

SPT

Okay, when you're sure - you got the clamp tight, then remove the tether, verify - I want to - Okay, what's next?

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Okay. The next thing for Bill is to verify the bracket ball-Joint is free enough to allow experiment 20 pointing. It's in work. Boy, that thing really reflects the light, doesn't it Bill? Sure does. That ' ... s

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Okay, Ed I - I'd really like to make an adjustment on the clamp that's on the truss, like to get it in there as close as I could. Well, okay. Make sure you got it lined up first. I'll read you the next step, you may - you may want to go back.

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Okay. Adjust 8020 until coarse (that's the sm-]l) solar image is seen in the boresighter, then continue adjustments till the fine (that's the large) solar image is visible on the boresi_hter. Okay, now Just - I'm gonna have to come out _ foot restraints for that. And that - that could take me Just a couple of minutes. So Just hold off. Oh, there you There you go. Oh, Just what I thought; I'm gonna have to move it out a little bit. Can't quite get it in the center. Okay. That ought to do it. Let ' s see, I want to keep it in this ... down here. - Ed, Houston. Go ahead. Ed, we're hearing your S020 20 comments, and you got about 5 minutes of day remanning here. You'll be managing the exposures on that and when you come over stations, we'd like to keep up with you on those exposures. Maybe we can help you out some there. ... William.

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l'm getting quite a bit of interference. I 'm gonna have to move it again. Okay, Story, we'll try sure try and keep you posted where we go. I notice that the highest priority exposure is the 60 minute one, and I assl,mp that - that's the one they're going to be wanting us to start first, so I have the event timer set up in here, and I Just plan to get the event timer countdown at 60 - or countdown from 60 and cut it off whenever we have to go into darkness and pick it up again whenever we come into light.

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And I plan to use the ... time which we have on the event timer as a gage for that. And I'm wondering if that's satisfactory to those folks. Like right now, I'm sure we have exactly 4 minutes -

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MARK,

remaining

in day.

Ed, that sounds like a good way to go on S020. Didn't get Job done. Not quite enough room to ... ball-Joint. Okay. I'm gonna have to adjust it once more. And, Ed, in case you need to reconflgure the pri_a_y coolant loop for any reason

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when we're LOS, we're presently operating on inverter hi,tuber 2, pumps B and C, Bravo and Charlie. SPT Inverter 2 and Bravo and Charlie, thank you. Yes sir. Boy, I barely have enough the - I don't quite have enough freedom of travel in that ball-Joint to get the thing exactly centered. Ed, what's my next experiment to get ready? 25? Okay, hold on here, Jer. Let me - let me look ahead, this is - we're gonna be Juggling quite a few of them here apparently. T025 We're 40 seconds to LOS. Okay. We'll be over Guam in about 27 minutes at 17:38. Be dumping the data/voice there. Okay, Story. Okay. We Just about got her. There's an awful lot of spring CDR in this thing. It's really

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Sure is. twanging. Just about

PLT PLT

got her.

I decided what I had a minute ago there.

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PLT

Okay, I think we're gett_ there. _.. e.
/

PLT

What's the ground rule th@_@? Circ - big circle anywherm inside the square? _" Okay, let me read it to y e_ again here. Adjust S020 until the coarse (that's small) solar image is ,_ in the boresi@hter. _ then you continue adJustm$_ a until the fine (that'm._. " large) solar image is vi|Ible on the boresighter.

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That's

correct.

Adjust S020 until the _n@_ solar image is within the_ reticle square (that's the center on crosshairs, if possible)

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Got it. And lock in position. Oh, I lost it, twisted out. it

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(L aughter )

',t+:," .....

Oh gee. I screwed the _ down to tighten it, and it twisted the whole mount. Yeah. Okay, let me do it a_n. Yeah - Let me get my and I'll - So long, Sun. feet down ]_re _ .i:, ,.

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Well, we can get T025 up lind running, or at least up and out anyway. L

PLT SPT

Okay. We'll wait till -Bill's ready to go. Now this almo st. Understand is self-defeatim G

PLT

SPT PLT

the problem

Bill.

Yeah, it looked like a simple design there, but 1_len I tightened down on the ball-Joint, it moved the entire canister. Okay. I'll have to wait till the nrx* sunrise. Okay. Let's T025 out. All right. Okay, stand by 1. Okay, T025 ops for EV-2 is unstow T025 assembly and then get ready to pass it. Okay, it's in work. Okay, Bill, i'm going to leave the tether on this one. Unless you'd prefer it not be there. Are you talking Bill? get the M - the

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Negative, Okay.

I wasn't talking. comes.

Here she

Okay, for Bill?

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PLT 359 17 15 33 S1 °T

I 're got it. Okay, Bill. is open. Verify cla-_

CDR

Stand by. Want to tether it first. When you - when you open that clamp, that rascal's going to be unt ethereal. Understand, but I'll get S_his one on first. Okay. Just Open the - open the clamp and it'll come out. Well, I wanted to put it on someplace else. Oh, I see, okay. If I can. Yeah, Yeah. Okay. All right. Read on. Let's get more. it'll fit here.

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Okay. Verify clamp is open and the finger is deployed. Stand by, that's in work. The finger, she is deployed, monsieurs. It 's already did all that prep. open, Bill. I as part of the

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SPT

You've got tobe careful, of that little finger, that slips back again, when you're handling it. You can waste a lot of time. Okay, that's complete Bill o Ed. Okay. And position clear by ATM truss halfway to or beyond the first section of D-I handrail. In work. No, you're out too far aren't you, Bill? Well - You're supposed to be within the first section. Halfway to or beyond the first section of D-1 handrail. Oh, okay. then. So you're all right

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Halfway to or beyond the first section. The problem is the S020, Jer. Yeah. And I think that I'm gonn& have to be satisfied with this right along in here. it might

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Yeah, it looks be all right. Hardware.

like

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PLT

... nice in the simulator, but we didn't find the interference problem there. That should be good there. You got to close the cl_. Okay, Just a second. Let me try this thing again. Man. ... What 's that? I was gonna move this back a little closer. S020

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Well, that looks like a geod position for. 25, Bill, and it looks like your pointing right out the - the slot between the solar panels. Yeah. I think we may have outfoxed ourselves, though. Hows that? l'm not sure that I can align that - S020 with this thing in position, but we'll Okay, he's on it tight.

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Okay. Secure clamp by turning top knob clockwise until tight, then turn lower k_@II counterclockwise until tIBht. That 's in work. Okay. And, Jer, you're gonna unstow the T025 filter case and pass to EV-1.

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CDR SPT

Okay. Make sure that there's only a little piece of Velcro holding those covers down and it's pretty easy for those things - Yep. - - pop out if you - move the bag fast. Okay, the ... nut's tight. Okay. filter Jer, you pass case. out the

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It's in work. And Bill's stowing filter case on temporary stowage hook. Stand by 1. Tether right on here. Okay, Jer. Here it is. There's the tether, right there. I got it. where? I tether it

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PLT

CDR

The stowage hook to your right. Okay.

right

there,

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Tell me when your readii. I will.

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Okay, here. Okay. Okay,

the filters

are out

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is the red - Look on

- - button down? the tether. Yes it is. Okay.

PLT CDR SPT

It's green.

Okay. Install filter holder A in the A-1 position. In work. A-1 is in. Okay, align experiment by turning X and Y knobs until sun image - Okay, we're got to hold up right there. Okay,
now_ do we dare move on to

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201? We may as well. take a look here. 359 17 23 04 PLT

Let's

That 201 goes up on the D-7 ... doesn't it? Maybe I'm wrong on that.

PLT SC

Yeah, Just a moment here. 201. Well, they have us maneuvering - rolling the spacecraft, but I guess we can get the thing out there anyway first. I wonder if it would hurt having the thing sitting in the Sun for a long period of time? I think Yeah. it does.

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SPT

Well, you're kind of left Just sitting here waiting for right noW. Okay. You've got 26 minutes to go. Why couldn't we go ahead and start the film transfer for the ATM? That stuff is all right in your way, Jer. Well, let's see now. Are you saying move it out into Bill's location? No, I'm talking about the yeah, we could get the film trees out and all that good stuff. Well, heck, okay. Hold on here. Boy, I'll tell you this - these two - these experiments themselves are gonna - have a lot of overhead time.

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CDB

Yeah they are. That's why I'm thinking we ought be doing as much as we can on the routine Stuff. All right. Just a minute. Let me think ahead and see what we can do here. Okay. well, We can move ahead to - let's see ... that

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We got a DAC in here, too, we've got to get out.

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Well, where Let me

you know, I don't even see that DAC comes in. Hold on. Just dig ahead here.

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Okay. Jet, if you'll remind me to put the ... down and I'll remind you. Put what down? This EVA. Oh, okay. All I've
cover now.

CDR PLT CDR PLT

got down

is

... Just

...

CDR SPT

Yeah. Okay, we get the - the DAC comes out after - - Man, there's no real no real break point singled out here, so I'm going to have to make one here. Okay, now on panel 321, Bill, extendable BOOM. EXTEND/RETRACT boom, verify operation. Standing by. Okay, did you tell me to do something or did you Just - Yeah, he said verify operation boom. Okay. EXTEND/RETRACT operation. VC boom to verify of the

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It's in; it's coming out. They're all right in the center. I didn't hear VC. VC, yeah. Okay, VC, right in center.

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SPT

Well, you're really gonna have to try both of them, Bill, let's make sure both of them work. That looked good. Okay, forward. one. Yeah. Okay. Both verified. ver i fled. Okay. Stow the VS tree in the VS receptacle, that's FI5 and lock. The VS tree - Operation is Have to watch this

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CDR PLT

I tell you what - I'm not so sure that we ot_Eht to do this yet because I was putting my feet up in that area to try that S020. You were putting your feet below that, though, rather than above it. Okay, press on.

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Okay, you're going to put the VF tree in the VF receptacle. Right. In work. The VC will be following very shortly. Hey, Jerry, you, naturally are stow or unstowlng and passing those out to him. Right. Okay, here comes the VS.

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Right, I've got it.

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CDR PLT CDR

And next comes the friendly DAC. All right. All right if you'll give me some settings, Ed, I can go ahead and start setting up the universal mount. Okay. X equal 5.

SPT CDR CDR

Okay, stand by. I know we will move it but at least

it can start out in the right place. All right, there's X equal 5. Sl_ CDR SPT CDR SPT Y eq,_]s 305.

All right. And Z equals zero.

All right, a]] set. Okay, verify universal mount to the yellow mark; that is what they are. Okay. Have you got the right mount out there? No. That's all right. Okay, where do we stow it?

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Okay, stow DAC on F-5, aft of temporary stowage hook and lock. Lock towards the hatch. Okay. I'm surprised we haven't lost one of these, you know? Don't speak too soon.

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PLT CDR PLT SPT

It's really a ... operation. Maybe you ought to tether it. Yeah, it's a good idea. If you've got an extra that's not a bad idea. Here's one. I got one. Okay. Why don't you tether it to the rail, too, Bill. Let's sacrifice your tether and I'll give you a replacement tether. Okay. ... Just about all of these - none of these locations that they give you_ are any good because of the traffic flow in this area. Yeah. Okay, hard. that is in work. Doesn't look wrist tether,

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Okay, I think I did that without changing the setting. Now, if we could lock this - There we go a nice, firm click. Let's Okay, Okay, see, that's the best we - I know how we'll do it. looks like we is all set.

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All right and the filter case is floating into the field of view of that rascal. You're right.

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CDR CDR

It's going

to be

a pain

in the neck.

Maybe you should put the ring in the filter case through the te_orary stowage hook; will it fit? Stand by one. Let me see if I can sort out something here. The back of my foot? Yeah. It's nice to be able to work from a good anchor point.

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Jerry, you made me think that the next thing is for you to go on down the VC. Okay. Now, let's see. Are you needed up there for anything else? You got anything else in there you got to pass out? Well, there's 201, but I could move it closer to the hatch, so Bill can get it easier. And we have a - VC tree to be put out, too. Oh, I'm sorry, I called those out and - you better put that one out, too, that goes on F-7. Okay, here's a replacement tether for you, Bill. Got it. right - wrist

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SPY

CDR

PLT

I think that will work all

CDR

Yeah, that looks good. Are you ready for the VC tree, when you get that done? Yes - l'm ready now.

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Okay,coming up.

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Got 3.6 and no lights. Okay, I got 3.7 and no lights. Hey, that's a real handful Sure is. Who-o-o! I've got it. Okay. And lock. All right. Trying to put my feet up ... to try and adjust that S020. That'll work.
[

there, Jer.

PLT

That S020 has really turned out to be a mess. I - I didn't think that ballJoint would 1_e that hard to adjust. I think a larger ball would have made it nicer. There's such a small face area on _hat sphere. sur-

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Okay, Bill, here is S020, ... 201 right here I've got it anchored on this handrail next! to the hatch. Okay. There's one smsl I problem that I didn't - you know, that Just occurred to me - I think you take that end plate off of there. That's right. Yeah. Would you look at the procedures on 201 and see if that end plate's supposed to come off. Oh, yeah - yeah, okay - I - hold on Hey, Ed.

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That's

before

it goes out,

isn't

it?

It sure is It doesn't on it. have a tether or anything

SPT

Let me - if you're going to start doing 201, let me read you. Well, I thought I'd at least take the cover off and tether it close to the hatch here Well, I guess we better not; hold on. I'll read you - okay, first of ell we roll the spacecraft and unscrew 4 wingnuts, remove front cover and stow by wrist tether on handrail next to Panel S13, cabin pressure relief valve. Okay, let's Just leave it here with the cover on. When it comes to 201, I'll come in - come back in again and we'll get it. Yeah, l'm clicking these procedures off, so, if you're going to get ahead of me - let me catch up with you because, there's no way we've got of ... Okay, what as it stands now, Ed, the airlock is clear except for 201 and me. And I'm ready to move to the VC workstation. Okay, why don't you go on down there and - because we've got to roll the spacecraft for the 201 ops, so, why don't w_ have Bill try to get the S020 and the T025 ops out while you're out working the VC. All right. Okay, so I'll read the VC, we've got 12 minutes .of night leF_ •

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Okay. I could positions.

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Okay. Now, remove slack and EV-2 LSU in forward clamp at imately 31 feet. Excuse me, of all, E¥-2, you egress the translate to the VC and Bill assist.

cla_D approxfirst AM and you

PLT

Okay. Okay, Just go real slow, Jer, because there is an awful lot of hardware in here. Sure is. Holy-moly. I may have to ask you to take m_ feet and point me to get me past the Yeah, I w_llo Okay. All right. I got you. I 'm pulling you down so that your feet 'll go in there. Very good. All right now if you can swing me toward the rail. I got it; we're in good shape. Go slowly; go slowly - Will do; will do. Time we got lots of. Okay, you're in real good shape. Okay. MY goodness it's dark out here. Good, you didn't touch a thing. Okay, you do have all the EVA's lights on out there. Is that affirm_ I'ii watch you.

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CDR FLT

Okay. Okay, now you got to coll of lu,bilical around you. All right, Jer. Turn - turn 1 - 360 clockwise. All right. In back it seems to be - keep on turning clockwise. Okay. There you go. Easier said than done.

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Let's put it down under m_ feet. Okay. Okay, now don't Jerk on it yet. Okay. There you go; now you are clear. pull it back. 31 feet you said, Ed? Now

PLT SPT

Hold on, here, let me get to the right page. Skylab, we're reading for l0 minutes. ..., Story. Hog, Story. :We have got the S020 and T025 out, not c_letely aligned, and Jer's working his way now down to the VC, and we are going to have Bill try to get S020 and T025 taken care of on this next dayside_ And JerrY is going to be working down _there at the VC when we can get a spare moment out of Bill. you loud and clear ...

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Okay, thanks, Ed. Okay, on into VC foot restraints. Okay. Clamp your own LSU at approximately 9 feet, Jer. Okay, that will be done in a second. Okay, one thing DAC is set it. we didn't do with the

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CDR CDR

No, that's right. Bill, it'll can you swing hit me. my LSU so that

PLT CDR CDR SPT

Just a second. Okay. Got it. You know, nowhere here does DAC operations as such. You mean settings. It's - well it might be here somewhere. But I imagine those settings were supposed to be done before you went out. Because all we have here is the X, Y, and Z. Well, I made use them them last night, so, we'd it give the

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SPT

Okay, yeah, here we go. But it is much further down the way it's - when you start the boom operations - I can give you those settings right now if you like, Bill. Well, it's only the settings I want,

PLT

because thisis not - not -

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Well, okay. Not documentary. Okay, for day, coming up, it's F-11. for more, Bill.

Tell me when you are ready Are you eating No, I have in there,

Ed?

got a pen

in my mouth.

Oh, I see. I wouldn't do that. I was going to say, if you've got to eat in there, don't let us know, okay? I won't tell you about the 3 - the 2 oreauge Juices and lemonades I have stashed away here. Oh, you dirty rotten. F-11, infinity? F-11, infinity, 500, huh? Yeah. Boy, there's this working In this sure lots of light area. station. in 500.

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center work

Okay, we have got 7 minutes left in night. And tell me when you're ready any action, Bill. ... Once we get _nto daylight the - the first order business is to get S020 going because they've got some pretty long exposures. .

for

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Right. Yeah. I've got the thing set right. ... this universal mounting. Okay, Jer, you may want to verify S054 is - ATM is positioned to S054. Yeah, it is, but it's not aligned; off about 6 inches. it's

CDR

SPT

Well, okay, you may want to ... tweak it up when you get out - when you open the hatch. Okay, I think I will do that. Okay. ... I'm going to turn PRIME and ON. prior - the POWER

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Hold on, now walt a minute. Let me let me - let me read you what we need. Okay. ... position All right. ROLL to ENABLE. ROLL's ENABLEd. Canister ROLL, canister LE_T to align to 54. Oh, it ' in work. s Okay, it's aligned now. ... RIGHT or of 54, power to ENABLE.

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Okay, now ROLL INHIBIT. ROLL INHIBIT.

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SPT

Okay, there you are; that's where you're staying. This one ROLLs nice and smooth. Boy, these canister lock - big lock things are sure heavy aren't they. 0h, these are la_ch locks, I guess. Skylab, we're about a minute from LOS here, about 7 minutes to Honeysuckle at 17 :52, and Ed did you get CMG RESET? That's affir_tive, Story. I was showing at 9 on the alert code and we got a CMG light. Okay, thanks.

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Are we talking TACs? We were before. 22 mibs so far. Like to my eyes believe to time see that some time. Have to keep peeled. Story, I would like to we o,,gbt to expect that from time here. Yeah.

CC SPT SPT

That is affirm, no problem. Okay. Okay, 3-1/2 to dayside. minutes left to - to getting

PLT

... I'll get caught on the S020 as soon
as --

SPT

Okay, as soon as you can get that up and running we can start on that big, long 6G-minute exposure, Bill. Okay. And then we can get T025 going, and then third order of priorinty i8 to Bend

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something out to Jer. Although T025 has got a thousand and one small operations in there but - PLT Remember the - I guess I can get the center boom passed up to T025 all right. With the Sun in I think ference problem. we have an inter-

PLT

SPT

Okay. I'll tell you what your first move is for - for Bill or for Jerry if you like, Bill. You got both of those are clamped ; you have done the EMEU status check, so it might not be a bad idea. Okay, EV-1, all lights them off 3.6. out; I read

PLT

CDR

Okay, EV-2, all m_, lights have got 3.67.

are out;

and

SPT

Okay, and we got 2 minutes left in night, and I will let you use your own Judgement, Bill. _ou can place 321 and take the center move and extend approximately 1 foot. Contlrol the boom hook and verify boom h_ok is unlocked, and unstow the 8054 for _he VC-3, hook it on and send it out. SO, if you got only 2 more minutes left, you may want to hold up.

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I think you are right, I'd like to get that S020 lined up ..., I'm going to allow myself lO minutes for that, Ed, because Okay. I had that aligned Just about perfectly and I started to take down on the slew and it moved the whole canister. Okay. One thing looEing ahead, I am going to use

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the first fro-right long exposure.

on S020

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SPT PLT

That's

what

they

called

for.

And in between, on the night sides do I go back to stowage? I asked that question - No. No, you let the Earth do the calling for you, a11 you have to do is Just keep track of the time in which you expose that we're in daylight. If you could tell me when you're going to open it, and I'll start the event timer running, Bill. And-As soon as we get down stop zero. I'll stop event timer track of ... time. in the daylight

SPT

PLT

SPT

and I'll keep

PLT

Ed, okay, now they are not worried atmospheric contamination at all?

about

SPT

No, I asked that last night, and these are such long exposures and such a relative to the ATM, such a gross measure that - they'll ... Ed. i Okay. All the atmosphere does is to decrease the _ what they're seeing, I don't think r_ally change The high energy stuff with m_, visor down. - I see. Okay,

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$PT

Okay, I think you should be able to see the sunset Here it ccmesl.

SC SC

Okay, er are going to be going through 40 K, in a few moments and Bill why don't you start aliEning S020. ... When you get _hat Jewel all aligned, then

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Okay, let me get my feed-off position here, so I don't forget to do anything of course. Holyl Oh, m_, there we go. A white ... ain't white anymore, is it? Sure isn't. Oh, darn I ... the hook again. I thought I had hit the lining but I actually, by trial and error, moved to the right place. Ed, don't have enough movement of that ball Joint. They didn't shoot out enough. ... Well, I'll tell you, if that there ain't the mos_ Rube Goldberg outfit
I ever saw.

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Yes/u, it was pretty But it is doing the problem. Say again.

squirrely. (Laughter) Job .... the

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But I can't get the danged ribbon. There we go if that doggone thing doesn't move when I tighten it down. I'ii tell you though, Jer. If you look at the way in which it was deployed, I think they did a pretty good Job. Oh, they did. Hey, that is really something. Hey, Jer, do we have anything sharp in the command module like scissors? Yes. Where are they? They're in the tool kit, I think.

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Okay, thank you. Not in the command module in the MDA wardroom. Oh, yeah, in the MDA, excuse me. How does it look out there, Jerry? Beautiful, Ed. It's a great sight, isn't it? Yeah. I'm Just busy rubber necking looking at all - the all downing workshop, and see where the wings torn off and the wire bundles hanging out there. Yeah. Beautiful, beautiful, don't screw it up. now if I Just

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I don't want to b- I got her foresighted right on now. Okay .... Skylab, reading you loud and clear through Honeysuckle for a couple of minutes. Roger. Okay, I am going to leave it that way. If we don't touch it, we'll be in business. Well, now, remember you've got to touch it to go to frame number 1. Yeah, I know it. We're lookin_ ahead for you here, understand there is an interface problem betweenour puttingS05h down pass T025. We're thinking maybe we'll bring S05h ops - out early; we don't want to let down the Bun for too long.

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Okay, we are not so sure there is an interface problem. Looks like it might go by. Okay, we Just didn't want to expose S054 out in the Sunset for too long. Okay. Okay Okay, Bill, let me read to you. Okay, you have got the S020 course slow image, boresited in the large and you are pretty much in the center. Yeah, I got her bright center. - _Imost dead Well, I -

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SPT

Okay, voice record best alignment achieved, and any other pertinent alignment cut. Oh, God - Does it say close to dead center. Okay, which way is it as you look zero -

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... Just a second. I look at it it's biased; slightly toward 51XXXE, that's dead on. And Y. Okay. And that's, say, about a half of one graduation, which I think is one octal. Okay, that's good. It is well ... Okay. And I am real pleased with it. Okay, let's press. Now, to initiate terminate an exposure, you take the film advance knob_iD_kwi_e so that - -

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... LOS, 25 minutes to the Vanguard at 18:19. - - And voice record mark of knob rotation and fram_ number for every exposure initiated. Stand by; I will give you mark° What are you coming up on? ... it is on stowage now. Okay, hold on. Story, when you get a mark out Bill we are going to be starting the 60-minute exposure, and I'll get the event timer started simultaneously. Stand by - Ready. MARK. You'd That 1 and I want a retract pointing. better try to stop the rotation. is okay; it's got an hour. on the attitude, ... i. That is

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Oh, we are in good shape I mean on the aligmment; Okay, that's correct. frame number

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Okay.

It is viberating some Bill, if you can touch it you might be able to stop it, I don't know. I don't think on SL-22. it makes any difference

PLT

SPT

Okay. Okay, so, let's press on the T025 now. Okay.

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Okay. Align the experiment by turning the X and Y knobs until the front image is located in the center of the oculting disk. By the way, Bill, I snapped off those two initial frames in that camera, so you are sitting on frame number i right
nOW.

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Okay, you're going to have to give me a few minutes on this one too, Bill. All right. Okay, the image will be red on the edge of the filter and orange in center. Let's see. This one you have done before, haven't you, Bill? That 's correct. Yeah, I remember looking out there with you. ... Nice but ... Hey that ... out pretty quick. We have - we don't have a cap on the end of this thing, do we? No, I took it off. All I get are those fuzzy ...... is transparent, so that shouldn't be the problem. Okay, I will just play .... Stand by. Should be al.le to bring him in focus. ... MIRROR DOWN because it. I heard you

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talking CDR

about

Yep. You can tell the MIRROR is DOWN by the little white knob should be forward, themark on the white of the knob should be.

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It is all covered Oh:,yeah.

in a bs_ -

I bolted it down; I verif; ed it DOWN wh_ we loaded it. And I checked it again Just before I put t]_e lense on.

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Th

's weird. I wish I could _t away from

Yo_ know thl_, "'" Tr_ that. | St_ll

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nothing,

huh?

St i nothing. Nothing - no lines or noTJhing. It did have thel transparent thing on the end of the occulting disk, didn't it, Jer? Yeah, I think ... so. Is it all the way in?

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Kohontek

Okay, I - now I got - I think I got some visual light to use now. Stay out here on the far end and look at the shadows of the ... Yeah, that ought to do it.

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Dead center on the shadow; see what I got in of the viewfinder. Nothing. Now, let's see. Let's check everything. Well, I can See this end of the occulting thing, and there's no - no cap on it. And I Just think I remember taking it off yesterday. Okay, do you see sort of a transparent - no I guess you wouldn't see it. See any reflection? Yeah.

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I meant to ... angle, Jer? Yeah. Okay.

You at a 45 degree

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Why don't you take the camera off and look out through the main barrel and see if it is lined up. Man, that sotmds like a good thing to do. I'll do it. And if you can see through that way, then you'll know it is the camera. ... That'll mean the MIRROR must have popped UP again.

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You have to undo the knob on the right there, I believe. Yep. Man, this is hard. I can imagine. There tion. we go. Can't get my feet hack in posi-

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And remember the camera is connected to the grounding strap, so you're not in any danger of losing it. Yeah. I don't have to worry about it.

CDR CDR SPT

Yep, isn't there. Okay, it has got to be the camera, I bet the mirror popped up again. Well, that means we got to sacrifice one frame .... Nikon, well. Where in that - I want 2 seconds. The - I'll tell you what I am going, Ed.

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What's that?

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I am looking right down the barrel of it, I can Just about line it up. We _y be able to salvage this one exposure by Just first ba you know eyebaS1 lining it up first. I'll tell you then let's one of his low priority exposures first. All right, hold on here. a T025. How many exposures We can deal with

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are on the list?

There's _0 and he's got - I got _3. All right, let me go take a look here on the A filters. A4, we got a 2-second exposure. We could go ahead and Just sacrifice for that. an exposure

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SPT

Oh, well, let's - okay I got it Just lined up by eyeball looking down the barrel, and I put the camera b_ck on. And - Okay. We got an exposure to take we won't data if we give it frame use one. lose the

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All right, I'll tell you what. We'll Just take the first frame, and we'll take the first frame twice. Okay. The first frame is 127. I think I'm really pretty well lined up to tell you the truth. Is there anything I could be doing to help you, Bill? No. frame (Laughter)

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PLT

There we go, got yourself agaln. Oooooh, darn!

all back together

CDR

I should have brought a camera in here, because I could get a good shot of you, Bill, up there thrashing around.

PLT

Yes/l, thrashing is right. Boy, what a henpecked operation. Now, I - Where are you, Ed? I was looking out STS window number 3, and I guess I could probably see you other there, Jer, if I moved my little bod. Okay, Ed, what filter do we want? We want filter A-l, for the first exposure.

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EV-1 EV-3 EV-1

Okay, we hav_ got filter A-1. And taking my little expost_re up, but what duration. The speed Holy-moly, 1/125, 1/125, No.
ones .

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is 1/125. I Just looked K?]. right. 1/125. We have some some short down, beautiful.

you m_n that's

Not 125 seconds. but we

long exposures,

also have

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But I have

a ichoice of 1 second, is i, 1/25 Okay. remember?

2 second

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No, no, that That 's right. EV-2 manually

That's right when give you marks. Tell me when

you go to time,

then

I'ii

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Okay,

1/125.

you want

it.

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EV-I

Okay, now I'm going to close. I don't think it makes a difference on that one. Okay, now. Now I am going to check the mirror again.

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Check the mirror and see how it looks. Yeah, there we go. How was the alignment for that one?

The alignment was _]most perfect if you will pardon the expression (Laughter) All right, I'll tell you what, we will check off frame number 1. Next one is i000, that is lO00. Okay, now let me - A-I. - make a very fine adjustment, but I - I think that was pretty good for records. EV-1 Okay.

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Okay, I'll tell you what, if you've got any doubts - I'll tell you what. Let's press on. Can we come back and pick that up if you've any doubts. No, I'm not even going to change it, Ed. I have been looking at it and it is within my ability to adjust it with the air locks with my body. Why don't you Just give a little voice recording of what it looks like? How far on do you think you may be? And we'll press on here? Okay, what I see is the - Do I want to see orange or reds. Hold on. Image will appear red on edge of filter and orange in center.

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Orange is Just about dead beautiful! ... Doggone, it's beautiful

on center,

SC EV-1 EV-2

out here.

Sure is, Ed. Okay, and -hey, hold on here, hold on here - hold here, EV-2 ..., lighting EVA, EVA CA and ATM switch to OFF. So, Bill, that's one we missed. I can do it from in here. 316 lighting; let me see, no I can do a 202 EVA lighting circuit breaker 1 and 2. Let me get that here 202. Yeah, Bill, I think we better hit that one again here, anyway. What's that again, now? We had some lights on. Yeah, I turned those on.

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Yeah, I know but they want them off for the T025 exposures. Oh. You see, Jumping around on the checklist here, we did not get the previous stage here, which says lighting EVA, DA, and ATM switches two of them OFF, or I could go two and two here. EVA lighting breaker 1 and 2, OPEN, which I am trying to locate now. Okay, I can see the lights. We can sure tell you when they go out. Yeah, I am looking for the lighting circuit breakers. Hold on. 0oooh, water. it is a long way down to the

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EV-1

Okay, Ed, I am - when you get that all sorted out, I'm ready to give you full attention on the exposures. Okay, Jer, you watching. Yeah. Okay, how about that? Yeah, that did it. Okay, when we get to nightside flip them back on for you. I'ii

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EV-I/EV-20kay. EV-3 Okay. Why don't you over again then. Or set up for 1 - yeah, Let's not screw them here. Okay, MARK. Okay. Now go to ii now. Got it. 0kay. Stand by. MARK. Okay. one 1/25. tske that one if you got it let's go 1/25. up in the order

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Stand

by.

0kay, now we - Just to make sure, I am going to OPEN with the switch and then I am going CLOSE even on the short time exposures. That 's okay.

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EV-I

Because I think you have to retook the switch. That 's right. Okay, press on. Okay, now you go to filter A-2. Five, two. Okay, we've got ourselves an 80second exposure, that's 1 minute and 20 seconds, and I'll give you a mark for open and a m-_k for closed. Whenever you are ready. Okay, I'm ready. Okay,stand by to. MARK. You got it? is very, very

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Yes/q, the - the boom steady.

EV-3

Okay, now we Just wait here - another 70 seconds. Okay, another one minute. That's a gorgeous Okay.

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view, isn't it?

It sure is.

Must be out over the Pacific.

You feel as though you're really there, don't you, rather than looking out at it. Yeah. Wait Jet. until you get out to the Sun e_d,

EV-2 EV-3

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I can hardly wait Ed, really. You've got to fightme off this time. (Laughter.)

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EV-I EV-3

I'm waiting. Man, okay, there's a whole band of clouds here, Just as far as I can see. I wonder if that's the ITCZ. The trouble is, it doesn't enough. look aturbulent

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lO seconds. Hog. Five, 3, 2, i, MARK. MARK. Okay, we gave him his 80 seconds worth. Okay, that's out filter A-2. Now remain on filter A-2, and we'll give you ten seconds, for frs_e number 4. I'm ready. Okay, 5 minutes to - 5 seconds to go, 2, l, MARK. Five. Stand by 2, 1. MARK Okay, there's our ten second exposure. Let's go to filter A-3. A-3. Okay. Now a - 1/2 second you can set that in. Put it opposite 2. Okay, anytime, huh.

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Anytime. done it.

You Just tell me that you've

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EV-1 EV-3 EV-1 EV-3 EV-1 EV-3 EV-1 EV-3 EV-1 f EV-3

Okay, it 's been Okay,

done. 1/15 on A-3 also.

now you want

All right.

What is next.

Are you done? Yeah. Okay, now you go to A-4. Got A-4 in. Okay, now we want a 14 second exposure. You got the time? And I'll time it; you tell me when you're ready. Tell me whenever I'm ready. Okay, stand by MARK. MARK. Okay; ... seconds. by, 1 MARK. MARK. Okay, there's his 14 seconds, let's go to A-4 again, same filter with a 2-second exposure. Okay, you can Just call it off. Okay,are you ready? Ready. 9. Okay, stand you're ready, Bill.

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MARK. MARK. MARK. Okay, we got it. Okay, now you go over to C-1. got to change four - We've

EV-1

Okay, Just stand by. I want to take _v time on this, so we won't lose any time on this. Yeah, those things are tough to handle.

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Okay. Just stand by. This - I want to take my time on this so we don't lose anything. Yeah, those things are tough to handle. You know, I haven't seen any land yet.

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Charlie I you have. Okay. Charlie 1 will be a 14-second exposure ; and whenever you're ready, I'll give you a mark. All right. Tell me when you're ready. I'm ready. Okay. MARK. Okay, I got it. Okay, 2, 1 MARK. All right, got it. Okay, that takes care of frame number 9. Let's go for another 2-second exposure here on Charlie l, same filter. Okay. Okay. 2, l, MARK. MARK Got them. Land-ho ! one you can get Standing by. Okay. stand by for closure. 2, 1 -

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beautiful. Okay, we've got the quarter-second. Hey, there's ol' Jer. CDR Yeah! Wave me - wave to me with your left arm. There you are, babe. Here comes land. I feel like I'm up in a crow's nest of an old sailing ship. It's a helluva big ship. how're you doing? l've got your one-quarter Okay, Bill,

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Hello, Skylab. for 6 minutes.

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Okay,we'llgiveyou a - Roger, Story. Loud and clear.

Okay, let me tell them where we are here. Okay, Story. We've got 35 minutes remaining on the SO20 60-minute exposure and we're working right now on frame number 12 for 25. Okay. We copy that. And that 60-minute exposure in 8020 is a high enough priority. We would like you to finish that up the next dayside pass. Rog. We understand that, Story. ThAnk you. Okay. Let,s go on to 12 with the you Just moved C2 in. Is that affirm_ Frame Charlie 2. Okay. Now t_is is a 2-second exposure. And wheneve_ you're ready, I'll give you a ma_k. Co,firm your ready, Bill. I'm ready.

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Okay. MARK. MABK.

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Got it. Okay. Takes care of Charlie 2. No, Charlie 2's got a one quarter-second exposure. Stand by. MARK. Close, okay.

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Okay. Let's see, that takes care of Charlie 2 one quarter. Let's go on now to Charlie 3. Char lie 3. Okay. We're comingup on the coast of South America, it looks like. Charlie 3 we have. Okay. This is going to be a 14-second exposure, Bill. And I'll give you a Mark whenever you're ready. I ' ready. m MARK. MARK. Okay, we're Coast - Stand by. MARK. Mark. Got it. a 2-second exposure Coming up on the Chilean

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I'm standing by. the Mark. MARK. MARK. Got it.

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Okay. Now you set it for a one-quarter second, ... now? Okay. ... Okay. That 's frame number 16. go to Charlie 4. Charlie 4 we have. Let 's Going to CLOSE now.

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You got it?

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Okay. These you get all yourself. First a 1/30. A thirtieth Okay. Okay, Jerry, we've got. What next?

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YOu get yourself you've got it.

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You got it.

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You can really do it that fast, huh? Yeah, all I got to do is move the shutter speed knob and hit the switch. Okay. Now you go to Bravo 1, a new filter.

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I can see the whole southern end of the Atacoma Fault out there. And I can't quite m_e out the offset, where it - where it breaks. Okay, Jer. I'd like to be looking at it mayself. Man, I'll tell you, it's really clear. I could even see the little town of Antofagasta without even binoculars. But the Ataeama Fault - -

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Okay. - - the northern half of the Atacam Atac_m_ Fault is very clear.

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Okay.

That was Bravo, was it, Ed? here.

Okay. Let me give you that again, It's Bravo 1.

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There's some hashed up looking ground Just to east of where the northern part of the fault zone dro!_s into the ocean. It's kinda busted up, an_ there's one well, no, there's three rivers or canyons that are A_most perpendicular to it; look rather strange. I suspect they're cross-faulting. Bravo 1 is installed. Okay on Bravo l, Bill, we're going to give you a 14-second Jobber - do. So, when you're ready. ... Okay. You standing by?

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No, stand by. Wait a minute. Got to get everything - okay. I'm in time. I'm ready to go, anytime. Okay. I'll give you a count here.

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MARK. Okay. Stand by. MARK. Mark. Okay. That takes care of frame number Okay. Let's go to Bravo 1 again, and 2-second exposure. Whenever your ready. I 'm ready. Okay. MARK. MARK. Got it. Okay. Now you're still on Bravo 1 let's to a one quarter. And that you do by yourself. Quarter you have. What's next? Stand by. 20.

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You got one quarter? Rog. Okay. Bravo - -

Skylab, 1 m_ute from LOS. About 15 minutes to Canaries at 18:38. Be dumping the data/volce at Canaries. And for Ed, you may get a - a CAUTION SECONDARY CQOLANT T_A_4P LOW. Why, you can Just l_h it off and ignore it.

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And, Story, you may tell our - the people there; this boom is very, very steady. I don't see any oscillations all. They were co-termed about it.

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Okay, Story; understand. And what about if we get a RESET somewhere along here during one of these long S020 exposures? Is there anything _ can do to - to terminate that exposure, pick it up again later? Stand by i. Okay, now. Let's see, Bill. Are you yeah, you're sitting there at - Bravo 2. Bravo 2 now. exposure? Stand by. That's 7-second. you. I'll give it to How about a - a T-second

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Okay, I'm standing by. Ed, we're not expecting and CMG RESET. If you do, Just stop the experiment and stop the clock and take it up after you're stable again. Do you know how to 8top the experiment, Bill? About all I know is to go to stowage, but you told_lme Okay, Story. If - to stop the experiment, though, do we or not have to advance to a new plate? Yeah. You want to go to stowage to stop the experiment. Okay. Okay, that's no sweat. Okay. Okay. Now Bravo for a 7-second Jobber. I can do that. 2. We're Right? waiting

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You're going to give a - that's right. I'll standby; I'm ready to go - Okay. Okay, I'll give you a MARK. Stand by. MARK. Okay - Stand by. MARK. Okay, got it. Okay, Bravo 2 again; you're going give it a 1-second exposure. Okay, I'll Just use the 1 here. Okay. That's complete. Okay, now let's see. That was Bravo 2. Now you're going to move on to Bravo 3. And Bravo - Bravo 3 now. Okay. And that's going to be a 2-second exposure. And I'll give you the Marks when you're ready. All right. Okay. MARK. MARK. Got it. Okay, now for Bravo 3 again. You're going to give it a one-quarter-second exposure. All right. Okay, I'm standing by now. to

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That' s complete. Okay. Bravo Now, Bravo _ you have. 4 is a I/2-second h.

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No, I got one over 15 - I have 15 here. It'll have to do. Yeah. Okay.

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Got that one. Okay, and nov you go to Deltai. Stand by than. We'll have to get another filter out. Man, I'm sure glad that thing is working this time. Boy, I'll say. I really felt sorry couldn't get the data they wanted the last time. Yeah, me too. Nothing worse guy work that have all that then not have than having some poor long and that hard and hardware put together, and it function. that we

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Man, I can see all the way from the Amazon River to the tip of South America. What a panorama. Tough to describe, isn't it, Jer?

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You wonder why so many gee-whizzes at that view until you get out there and look at it yourself. There Just doesn't seem to be words to really convey it to other people who haven't seen it. Man, it's _]most being out here. a religous experience

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You think you're religious now; wait till you get out on the Sun end and lean back (laughter). (Laughter) ... religious experience up there.

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Man, I'll tell you again (laughter). Jerry, that's going to be a beauty; you'll like it. Boy. There are clouds streets all over here,too. All overthe land. Okay, Bill, whenever Delta 1. It's in work. Okay. Yeah. No rush. you're ready with

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Stand by. Take your time.

That's what I'm doing.

Very good. Delta 1 is in position. Okay. Delta 1. You want a 7-second exposure. Whenever you're ready. Check my time. ... time ... - - ... listen to your m_k. Okay. MARK. And stand by. Stand by. It's good. Okay - -

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MARK. Complete. Okay, that takes care of Delta 1 for 7- Now you want a 1-second exposure on Delta I. Let me - ... machine, Yeah. That 's complete. Okay. Now let's go on to Delta 2. here.

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Delta 2 you have. Okay, a lh-second exposure.

Just a minute. Okay, I've got I'm all set; ready to go. Okay, Delta 2; 14-second. you a ma_k. Stand by. MARK. Okay. MARK. MARK. Okay, that takes one in Delta 2. care of the first Now we _mmt a Stand by. I'll give

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Okay, now a one-quarter-second. Okay. I'll get that one.

That's complete. Okay, now let's go on to Delta 3. Delta 3 is set. Okay. Now we give you a 2-seconds exposure. So you're still on TIME. Just a second. Or go to TIME. TIME. Go.

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Okay. Now we got one last sequence of three of them here on Charlie 1. I know you've done them before, but we want to they want you to go back and repeat.

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Okay.

Stand by, I'll change filters. as far back

Say, Jer, are you leaning as your knees will bend? No; I've turned around.

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Try that leaning back; that - that's a - that's a neat experience, too. Let's see; where do you turn I know you're here osmewhere; the heck did you go_ ..., here. where

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You must be looking out the wrong window; I don't see your face. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hello, there. Hello, ...

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There he is.

We Just came out over the mouth of the Amazon. You know, that river must move pretty fast, because it's got silt in it all the way into central Brazil; it's Just yellow. Yeah, I noticed yesterday that all the rivers looked like that they really over - over - filled, up to the banks. And I was wondering if they're really had a lot of flooding down there.

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Boy, they sure - they sure filthy. Okay, tell me when you got Charlie i in there, Bill, and I'll - I will. I'm working. status check out of You okay?

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How about a _ you, there, Jer.

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I got a 3.67 and a - no lights. EVA 1 has a B.6 and no lights and Charlie filter - filter Charlie 1 is in position.

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I'm not quite ready.

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Now a one-quarter. That's complete. Okay. That concludes T025. let me Hook her up now? Hold on Just a minute. Let me - just see what - what it says. When exposures are complete - Okay, let me see. Let me get the lighting on here first. Just follow the checklist by rote. I want to get out of phase here. Yeah, I think it's - we're going into darkness pretty soon, here. Hey, I can see the terminator You'll m_ke it. Just bear with me, Bill. right with you. coming up. Now

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Stand by 1. I have out and stowed it. Yeah, Oh yeah. right.

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Well, okay. Let me read on hero. It says attsch remote control to side of canister. Remove T025 assembly from strut to pass to EV2. So you may want to take that whole bag of stuff and stow it inside. You could Just stow it on that handrail, Just inside the hatch. It says for EV2 to stow T025 assembly in AM. Strap extension boom to the handrail next to 323 tether. Skylab, readlng you loud and clear through Carnaries and Madrid for 14 minutes. Roger. Okay, Story, T025 ops are complete. The only - think we got all the good exposures that they were after. On frame number 28, though, they requested a 1/16; we gave them 1/15. That's the only thing the camera will allow. I believe that's probably what they wanted init_ally, also. Okay, got it. Okay, let's press on now. Roger ...

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You got 2 degrees to go, Bill. The words are, if 201 is not shaded, perform a minus-X tweak. ... I've given you a minus X alread, so I'll have to give you more minus X. I think we're going to be needing some tweaking. Yes. 520 i We'll move out for about diameters out. 2-1/2 solar

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Tell you, I'ii wait til we do that tweak befoere I put in the zero maneuver time. Don't want to risk tryingto go back to SI with zero maneuver time. Okay, Bill, this says we ought to be there, and you don't agree? I don't agree. Its not ma - it's not shaded? No. All right. Okay, we've got maneuver time on zero loaded. Was it ever shaded during the maneuver?

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Negative. And I say probably 2 degrees more real quicklike and then we'll take another look at it. Okay.

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Okay, there's a negative maneuver. How's it looking now? ... Still in the Sun. _er notice. Can you see any shadows moving towards it? Yeah, a little bit. I can see it moving. ... Maneuver over yet? Almost. It's 0.6 out. It's moving now.

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How's that goving to drift? You said it will or will not? It will not do it. We have to have another one. I think another 2 degrees may do it.

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Okay. Okay, now we're in shade. Your shaded? Yep. Okay, can you see the comet? Negative. Neither can I. ace of spades It's black as the out there. Shaded.

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Oh, boy. at all?

Can you see any stars

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Nope, not in that direction.

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I think the problem is you Just can't get dark adapted. Can you raise your visor once you're in the shade? I've already raised it. Okay, it says if the comet's not visible perform a plus X tweak maneuver. That's only gonna put the Sun back in our eyes. Okay, I'll tell you what, we'll only perform a one-X tweak and see if that'll Okay. To the plus I. Dick, 02. I don't see any stars out there, did you? No, I can't see a thing. much Sun. There's too I'm afraid this is a lost cause.

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I can't see. Looked at that Sun by accident, trying to get this thing lined up right. Yeah, that Just shrinks the eyeballs - the pupils right down in a hurry, doesn't it? I don't see there's see that. any way we're gonna

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When are they coming up again? Probably be over Goldstone or Texas when they do. It shouldn't be long. Okay, are you still shaded.

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Yep. All right. Let me move in with one more.

We were shaded though. You said you were not shaded when I when you requested me to give that second ... maneuver. That's right; we were not. I'd be surprised if we stay shadded. But that what the instructions are, to move another plus 1 in order to What's the ... for this ...? see something out there. Say what about the ... I think that may be it, Jer. Can I put my hand on your shoulders. Yeah. Okay, let me see where it is .... Ah,

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Okay, we ain't got too much time so if you've got it let's hustle it. Oh, I see something now. Yeah, Yeah. I dont' I see a star.

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see the tail.

It's not the size.

I think that's the ... that's floating a_ay from the spacecraft. That burned it pretty bad. that half a degree yet? Did he move

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No, I haven't moved 1/2 degree because you'd said you had seen something and I did not want to - Yeah, go ahead and enter - enter and go back the 1/2 degree.

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Okay.

Half a degree.

Oh, boy.

I don't even see what I - what that was again anymore. don't see it. Whatever that was I

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Yeah, I don't either. think it Just dies.

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Yep. There's too much light around us in here. You know, the light on a white ... under the solar panels. I suggest we do the following: Let's llne up - Just about got the Sun hack into position. If we come out any further then I don't think we're gonna see the comet. You come out any further, the Sun's gonna be on the instrument. We're as close to the Sun as it's gonna get but only where posure sequence. it ... ex-

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Let's go ahead and set up to do that. The ground will be along any minute. Let's see if they concur with it. Okay. I'm sure they will. I - I'm gonna come out - gonna come out of m_ foot restraints. Is it still shaded? Yeah, I could tell, in Just a second.

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Be sure it's still shaded. If it's not, I'ii move it back about 1 degree. Oh, gosh, yeah. Move back about half a degree, Ed. Gonna pull this thing out too, by the way. Move back - How much did you move there? I moved 1 because I didn't - couldn't have

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Okay. Now that should do it for you. the shadow coming in there, occulting. Okay, we're occulted. Okay. I'm gonna start moving towards the the instrument

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Okay, let me read it to you. Okay, if canister adapter is not completely shaded, and you say it's gonna be compeltely shaded. Okay, when the eye is about 6 inches from the type the site - we'll forget that. Loosen alignment k_ow but aim the camera at a point in the comet tall about 5 degrees down-sun. Well, do your best. You know what they're after. Make sure your ATM solar panel is not in the ring sights. Okay, stand by i. And tighten your alignment knob. _ay, it's not exact_ ...

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A half; can you give me half? Well, all right, I'll have to look up a No, give me 1 and I know we'll be all right. Think you are ...7 Yeah. The Sun is Just peeking around the edge of the solar panel when I look down changed the alignment ring. Ah, yeah, a quarter of a degree if you had decided. Oh heck a degree I don't think a degree's gonna make that much difference or not. A degree does not make very much difference at all. There you are you got a degree. Not coming through. Right. Okay, we can start. hole in there. But there's no

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Okay, that looks like that maneuvers taking place now. Yep, this Just about settled it out. Don't want the solar panel in the frame. That's right. Okay, when you've got the camera aimed then tighten the alignment knob. it is aimed and I'm getting ready to tighten them and I want to watch this tit cable here, moving in the way.

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Tangled around the handle on your SOP right now. Now it's clear. Now if I could _Just get over there and tighten those things without beaming that alignment. Okay, Jer, you got the lights off? Yes, there off. Okay. Thre's still one inside the FAS here that's on though. I better turn off the airlock module lights too. Okay, now their all off. Okay. Some people really like me. I ...

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You got it winded around this temporary restraining hook down here too. Helps put it in your way. Thre you go. All right, good. (Laughter) It did the same thing to the other one. I got ready to tighten it and it moved the the whole canister again. Oh, boy. Also we gave part of the FAS in the frame. So l'm not gonna - I mean their - their hardware ... so l'm not going to tighten it any more because all I do is twist the whole canister when I try to tighten it. So l'm gonna get it position here to take this thing - night the photograph. How much more daylight do we got, Ed? 23 minutes. Oh, good.

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.ei_ J_!_ _:t into position her_ _ • can operate those switches without - Okay, let me remind you of something that that data take end when we go to ms_leuver back. Make sure you point that thing away from the Sun. Okay. Okay, I Just hold off a minute. Just a second here so I can operate these switches. Each time I get ready to move it I ... right into it. Might help if I get rid of the camera. It's right behind your head. Okay, I'm ready, Ed. I have that pointed in the general area that they described. Now the - part of the FAS is in the frame but it's the only way you can get it close to the Sun, you know, and not have the Sun in it. The Sun is oculted right behindthe solarpanel. Okay?

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Okay. I put the field of view Just below that. Okay. Tell you what. Let's get all set to go. Gee I hope they're gonna lock up pretty soon. I kind of hate to spend too much time sitting here. Okay, turn the camera power switch on. Ed, this - Okay, it's on.

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Okay, now when you - when you hit RESET that's when you're starting things. Let me make sure the utility Utility power is coming on. power is on?

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Okay, anytime. Okay, we're coming up on 21 hours and 32 minutes and 30 seconds. Stand by. 1 MARK. Okay, the lights flashing and ...

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That was at 21 hours 32 minutes and 30 seconds. Okay take 205 seconds, which is about 325 seconds - That's 3 minutes and 25 seconds. Now let's see that was 32 and 36. It ought to be over and I'll tell you when that is. 5 seconds short 36. I don't _mow what it is about not hitting ATTITUDE HOLD but I keep thinking that now that we've change it from COURSE maneuver, that FINE maneuver to a i00 - now there was never any need for the FINE maneuver SI. And my mind keeps thinking that that's been erraticated, but it's not. We still have that piece of logic in there. A little unneeded idiosyncrasy. Okay, all the lights are flashing and everything.

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How long is the exposure, Ed. 205 seconds and I'll give you a mark when it's supposed to be over. Okay. 35:55. Okay, and I'll read that to you. Complete exposure sequence thake 205 seconds. FILM ADVANCE light white flashs each film advance. Sequence ON, light green. ON continues usually when exposure sequence is in progress. After exposure sequence is complete, green light off, recheck aiming and then start next sequence. RESET switch start, voice record time. We need a total of three sequences. It will probably be only Just about sneeking in here.

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Okay, you Just call out the action as they come up. Okay. You're going to - I'ii tell you when you should see a green light. And then I'll give you a mark for starting the next one. I'll tell you what, if you want to start the next one 5 seconds later with a RESET and that will give them an exposure every 3 - 3-1/2 minutes. Bill, how much time do you need between those? Oh, about 15 or 20 seconds. read off - Oh, all right. I 'ii do them. Okay. Okay, let 's give it to them every 4 minutes then. They don't call for the POWER going off. At the very end they do. Not in the middle of a sequence do we? Not "n t_'emiddle no. RESA _. ill you do is set You Just

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After exposure sequence is complete, got the green light off. Recheck image and then start next sequence. RESET switch to START and noice record time. Ed, the only thing is that the green light doesn't really work. We're probably on time, Ed. All right. Jsut going to have to go

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Answered my question, repeated reset.

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Let see, we started at 33:30. I believe those are the numbers I gave you. Okay, you may see something. I'll give you a count down to when you might see anything.

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Yeah, I'll give you - I'll give you a mark so I can keep track in here. Okay another - another l0 seconds. Okay. MARK. Got it. 37 :30. Okay, I guess after we get this one done then, Jerry, you can - We can get that thing stow probably. And, Jerry, you can start out on the S05h and I'll try and keep track of S020 exposure for Bill. 0kay. I guess getting Okay. Okay and for the record, the pointing _f the spacecraft iS now a X - A phi-X of plus 3h0.9 Y is zero and Z is zero. We enter a ... of minus 17 - excuse me minus 19 in X. Entered a 15 minus 2 - a minus 2 and plus 1 plus 1 and a m_nus 1 minus 1. The ones all cancel each other out and we're left _rith a net minus 19 maneuver once confirmed by our 3h0.9. I'ii Just go ahead my tools out. and start

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Command module tank's also turning pretty fast. Oh is it. I don't remember it being quite that brownish when we were out before. Hate to ask this question but, what is that thing hindges out in the command module? Optics don't do that their in the c_m_and - I mean, their in the - back on the service module really. I don't know; Hey - Okay, let me - I see a little antenna and I see a blade. The ... antenna is that what you're looking at ? No. See those gold thing in the command module? That little h_m_sphere in that black area. Black hemisphere - Let's - Let's reset and get ready for another one, I give you one on my mark, okay? Okay. Okay, Ready stand to go. by you loud and clear. Stateside I'll have to look.

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Skylab, reading 14 minutes. MARK. MARK. Light flash. 41.

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Okay, 41:25 - 41:45.

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Okay, we're on our third $201 exposure and we cannot see the comet. There's Just too much light up there. Why don't you tell them how you did the pointing, Bill. Okay, the way we did the pointing do you read. Yeah. We hear, Bill. - Story,

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0ks_. We got over to the attitude and we could still see the Sun so I sort of ... until we got shadow in the area there where the 201 is located. We got shadow then we tweaked the so that the Sun was ... by the ATM solar panel. And then I scissor the $201 sighting and we looked and looked for the comet and there is no way we're going to see it. So then I vented the standoff eye sight or sighting mechanism so that it was Just off ... the ATM solar panels at the closes point to the Sun and, of view. Analso I had to move it to get it and out of the FAS to get further I didn't know the if the FAS ... throughhere with ... or not, but the way it is we should have very pure exposure but Just sort of a rough guess as where the comet should be.

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No we can't see starts there either. Bill, we think that's excellent. We think that's as good as you could have possibly done on the comet. Oh, good, because we were Just ... third exposure in the sequence (laughter) Okay, we'll
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Story, we ended up with a net of minus 19 degrees in X as opposed to the 15. We did a little tweaking once we got up the minus 19 and found that the capitol. Okay, Ed. I sort of feel like ... I'm carring around my own contamination with me. These little partieals flying around all over the place. ... (Laughter) Story, when we finish this exposure we're going to be moving exact to SOLAR INERITIAL. And we're going to stay with our 201. Bill, you've got to get lines up for the So54 and on the next stateside we'll also pick up on the S020 exposure. Okay, Ed, that's great. And if you'll give me a little warning when this sequence times out I'ii be perpared to move the 201 so that it's pointed back to the pad. You have 46:10, let me give you - We got a little while yet. Let me check my addition here with you once again to make sure. Don't want to mess up an ex posure on them. Yeah, 0ksy,
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Okay,

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Yes it is. Okay. And we're going back to SI so turn it away from the Sun.

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Okay.

Turn it away, you're in good shape. Got your power off,

Turn power off. Bill? Power's off.

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POWER OFF, okay. And, Jer, you can reenable those lights. We'll have .. pretty soon. All right. ... It won't take me but a second to take that off and I'll just hand it back to you, Jer. Okay. My trouble is that I been around these umbilieals. I've taken two um bilicals for the tools not umbilicals I've got now. they're tethers - -

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They're Tethers.

Okay, Bill, loosen ... experiment around 30 degrees and tighten knob. Put - Place wrist tether on 201 loosen knob, remove experiment from ATMtruss and be careful not to point at Sun. Pass it to EV 2 and remove wrist tether. And, Jerry, you're going to retreive the front cover, place it on the front of your experiment and secure with a 4-wing nut. t

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All right. And then stow the experiment on the handrail next to panel 313 at PRESSURE _ELEASE valve. Okay, you can start manuever got the 201 protectors on. Okay, we're maneuvering. Okay, 201's going back in the airlock now. and I've

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Just a minute, Bill. Okay. If you'll hold that Just a second, I'll try to get this cover back again. Okay. I did such a good Job at tethering it I may not be able to get it off. We've been out almost 5 hours now. I don't believe this. What's the matter. These ... are Just something terrible.

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Oh, yeah. You know I can get two diagonally opposite one ... Okay, it's on. It's on loosely. Now I've got to find a tether for it. I'm going to rob the T025 filter tether. And I'm gonna fasten them on the T025 with that tether that's on that. Okay - Now, Ed, tell me again where this 201 goes. _kay. Stow experiment on handrail next to panel 313 CABIN PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE. 313, huh? _ight. Bill, if you got two screws in on that $201 and they're on a diagonal, that'll suffice for now. Okay, Okay. Okay. Bill hand it in. back on 318, the 390. I'm gonna put it we got them.

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Okay. That's more out of the way. And we got utility power connector to go yet too. Could you collect tethers first _nd then get the others through. I don't think it's worth foollngwith, I'm sure we got a good enough no doubt in my mind on that. Ahh, the ... popped up again. those or they'll break off. Can you face toward me on it? Sure can. Okay. Now - Okay sealed. Bill. There's

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Let me get

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... Okay, it's locked now. Those things fllp up pretty easy. Now get this utility cable here. Okay, it's back there. Okay. Okay, I've got my two tools. ready to head out. I'm

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Okay, Jer, I'll start reading it to you. Okay. Place Mirror/Pen tether. Okay. And screw driver on right wrist tether, That's done. Egress AM and translate foot restraints. Okay. to VC and ingress light on left wrist

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Okay, Man he's moving fast today.

Yes in deed. Okay, there goes the Sun. got 35 minutes of night left and we're still maneuvering back to SI. Okay, I'm in position. Okay EMU status check. Stand by i, I'm sorting out the DAC here.

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Okay, we'll get you in a little later, Bill. How do you look, Jer. Okay; 2.67 and no light.

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Roger. Okay, power switches are going ROLL ENABLk_n. I'll go to the right.

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Okay, 54 four door approximately 4 inches to the left of the normal alignment position. Okay, I guess I've got to go left; it stopped. Okay, power to - I'll give it to you. It's POWER to ENABLE, ROLL, ENABLE; canister rotation right or left as required. That's waht I'm saying. I had to go right because apparently I got to a ROLL STOP. Okay. There's a little diagram on there to your left, Jer, up by your eyes.

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Yeah, I was thinking I could continue going to the right to get to it but I can't. ... 120 gets to you. Okay. Bill, you got nothing to do but kind of straighten up shop there and sit around for 33 minutes till we get going on S020 again. Okay, I can't put any of this stuff inside can I, it would Just be in his way. _,_at stuff is that? These ... and the VC tree. I don't know why not. Sure you can.

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Okay it's alined. Okay, POWER to INHIBIT Okay, they're and ROLL to INHIBIT.

all INHIBITED.

Unlock and OPEN S054 door. Okay. Okay. It's open. Lean back, no let's see, hold on here.

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Okay. EV-1 on panel 321 Center boom extended directed by EV-2. That's what you've got to do. I'm sorry, Bill, I didn't realize you got to send that boom down.

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Okay, you ready for it, Jer? Yeah. Just a second. Do we want the hooks centered stuff?

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Yes. You want me to give you the film and you're gonna take it back now. Oh, that's right. You know that doesn't _ke sense.

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Well, if you have to terminate the EVA you could still press on in the previous mod. I thought that maybe, you know, it cotkld sort of makes sense in a w_y. I guess that's the philosphy. But I think they also wanted to get a camera check or something. Did you do any camera check on 5h? I sure did and it worked like a charm.

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Okay. I think that's what they probably wanted too. ARe you supposed to do another one after I put this back in. I don't see it here but that may not be a bad idea. Jet. Yeah. Is that far enough? Oh, I'm sorry, stop, back it up, I didn't even see it come in. No, the wrong way, back it up. Just a minute. _witch toward you, Bill? Okay.

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That good. ' s Boy this is a big ... What, the canister? Yeah. Sure is. I Just pull that up to get it out of his way right.

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Okay, I can't put any of this stuff inside for - Jet, can I? It would Just be in his way. What stuff is that? At least, the VS and the VC tree. I don't know why not; sure you
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and open 8054 doors. it's OPENED.

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Okay, you ready ..., Jer. Yeah. Just a second. Yep. - - hooks, center, good stuff? and all this Do we block the - -

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Yes. Yeah, I'm going to give you the film and you're going to take it back now. Oh, that's right. You know that doesn't make sense. Well, if you had to terminate the EVA, you'd still press on in the previous mode. I thought - you know, you know, it sort of makes sense in a way. I guess that's the philosophy. Well, I thinklthey slso wanted to get a camera check or something. Did you do any camera check on 547 I sure did and it worked Okay, I think wanted too. that's like a charm. what they

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Now you're supposed to do another one after I put this back in. I don't see it here, but that might not be a bad idea. Hey, Jet? Yeah. Is that far e_ough?

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... towards you, Bill. Just a minute. That's good. Boy, this is a big mamou. What, the canister? Yeah. It sure is. I just pull that up to get it out of his way, right? That's - hold on here.

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Retract as directed and remove mags and boom and stow by wrist tether to screen covering EVA light near LSU clamp. So you want to bring that thing all the way back in. Okay, Bill, retract it.

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They don't want it sit - sitting out there in the sunlight. Okay. Okay, so you're going to remove the mag and stow by wrist tether to screen covering the EVA light near LSU cla_s. Okay, the - the shutter blades not open. i Is that right_ That's They Yep. right huh? are

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Well, all right. Rusty ought to be down there. I think I hear him trying to lock up now. Okay, - -

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Roger; we copied that. We've got you through modrid for 7 minutes. Okay, tell him the shutter are not open on S054. Got that. Okay, SO5_ filter malfunction procedure. EV-1 or EV-2, verbally describe for data anolysis filter wheel position and you ca_not see it. No, the blades are closed. blades

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You know our frame count Jumped down jumped down 1 when you took that camera out. It did? Skylab, Houston. Go ahead, Story. and they're ; they're and about 1 o'clock to open one or

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Go ahead.

Take your screwdriver there, press down on those buttons; quarter-ineh-d_is_meter buttons quarter-inch-diameter buttons as you view it, about ii and and the shutter blades o1_ht when you push down on either both. Okay.

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Story, we - after Jerry removed the camera, we got a decrement by 1 on the FRAMES REMAINING for SOSh. We're now reading 5993.1 If that's of any use. Okay, Ed, and we think thats normal.

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Roger. And could you verify that you do have a - a butterfly on that new S054 camera? Yeah, he does. That's verified; Jer and I both put it on last night. Okay. Bill, you may w_nt to take a look at it, and make sure that white butterfly is still screwed on there. Where do I look? Okay, you look at the - the bottom end of the camera, you know, the one where the - connectors are. You know the end that would be down at the bottom of your hand if you inserted the camera into the - location out there. Okay, I got the shutter blade Okay, now - Okay, Jer. Verbally describe for data analysis filter wheel position - And, Ed, we see CM.(_ eset coming up r here. Okay, thank you, Story. And I can verify the butterfly's Okay. Okay, Jerry. can see. Just describe i what you on. open now.

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Okay, there - there appears to be a I see a silver - a silver filter down there, and I can see a lightning hole in the web next to it. Well, there's a -there's a silver filter down there covering. Okay, Jer, that's probably confirmation that you're between a couple of filters, and probably 5 and 6. Yeah, I can see on the right-hand side - I can see about half of the lightning holes and the completely in place. filter is not

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Okay, Jer, the next step - if you're finished describing. Yeah. Is using - is using the mirror - Okay, Jer, we suggestyou press on and try to work that around. We've only got about a minute and 20 seconds to LOS to discuss that with you. Do you want to work it m_nually or do you want to try an electrical check first? Electrical check, using go to FILTER 1 SELECT. All right. Go ahead. - I'm ready to

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Okay, you monitoring? Yes. Okay, going to! i now. electrical check

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Okay.

See anything?

I see nothing moving. SELECT 1. Okay. Does filter - -

Now go manually.

Okay, now hold on; let's just don't - don't - don't stampede, don't let them stampede. Okay. Filter wheel rotate? No! No, the filter wheel does not rotate, Ed. Okay. The trouble is either jam or relay failure. Yeah. Okay, X-RAY SPECT FILTER STORAGE. I'm going now. Okay. Okay. EV-3, reread general message 54 geometry paragraph 5 and _-54 techniques paragraph ... - Skylab, we've a minute from LOS and about 25 minutes to Carnarvon at 22:33. Okay, Story; it's apparently a definite mechanical Jaml Ed is reading me the geometry and the techniques and then we'll get goinl_. Sk_._CT to mechanical

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We're just going to take our time on it. Okay, Ed. Okay, let me just do m_ bo(_kkeeping and make sure lexactly where we are in this whole thing. Okay, Jer, we got coming up here, (_-54 geometry, paragraph 5. Okay, there is a 3/8th-inch the grateandlfilter L Yes, I can see that. is centered. web between _L '_

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When the filter is centered, this when the filter is centered. This web cuts across far inboard corner of the circuit board ar.d metal shield cutout. Okay_ or are you want me to reread that

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No, I understand that and it's not see, if it's not centered we can't see that. Looking down and back at an angle one can see a fifth segment of each of the addit - adjoining filters. It is through this segment _f the adjoining filter that the screwdriver should he placed when returning to rotate the filter wheel.

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Okay, that's Techniques.

_he end of the geometry one. Paragraphs 2, 3, and _ coming

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What's that? The shutter the doggone plate closed on me and I stuck screwdriver into that. .'_ _.. F _:

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You can go ahead and put your foot in the other foot plate if you want to. Is that the only shutter 101ate that's in there, Jer, or is there _n in the camera? The camera has got its own, I think so. As long as that thing will open and stay does it not? _'_
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Yes, if I can iget it open. Ri ght. Excuse me, Bill. Okay. I can't see. ii need to was that it? l've got to come down. O Z r _ !

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Okay, Bill, can you try to shine there again? _ ! Okay, stand by. You going Yes. Right down on the blade try to push that button See if I was successful. No, it's Shoot. Can you get lots of leverage No, I can't get any leverage Jammed now. to try to open

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If - if you don't need us down there, why don't - in another 7 minutes - why don't we at least try and get some of those S028 exposures done? That's a good idea. Okay. I notice 7 minutes to go with those. Okay. there I tell you, we go. is when we're ready _ -

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... Just to be on the safe side, you might check your protector visor down. Okay, it's down. And, Ed, I want to make another adJustmemt here on S020. Okay. Go ahead. I would think those folks would be happy if we did this about 400 K. Yes, probably_ Looking the same wavelength the range is going to get cut out rather severely. Afraid I hardly get much out of 1 hour exposure, but I don't want a 15 hour 15 minute one Boy, that thing doesn't it? It does. We're locking up now, Jer. Yes. About dead center now, Ed. sure oscillates,

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Okay. We've got about another minute or so before hO0 K and I'll give you a mark then. Houston, Skylab. Houston, Skylab. Houston, CDR. Go ahead, CDR I Got bad news,iStory. While I was in there m_neuvering the screwdriver down to start moving the filter the shutter blades closed on me and the_'re deformed new and they won't open_- _ ........................

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Okay. Okay. Tell me when. Okay. MARK. We're Okay. And then we've got a 5 minute exposure, and then we've got five Jer, what tebhnlques, did you use to try to get the sb_tters open? Well, I tried pushing on the buttons again, but it won't budge. I pushed both buttons and then I reached in with the tip of the screwdriver and gently tried to get a hold of the web, sad move it to the side and it wouldn't move_ It Jammed solid. The shutter blade'looks like it's pretty flimsy material. It flexes quite a bit when touch I St. V < on 15 minute exposure, Bill. I 'ii give you a ma_k. Stand by _ :

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Jer, you migh$ try putting a fresh mag in with a - w_th_ a butterfly on it, of course. And _ee what that does. Well, the thing is the - the shutter the shutter blade itself is bent. It's deformed, and I don't think it's going to open if it,s supposed to stay in
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Well, why don_t we &_t that one in work anyway .... Up there ready to ... Relative to the plane of the shutter blade,

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Story, I woul@ say that the shutter blade is now bent downward about 15 degrees. CC Okay, Jer. We've got nothing to lose here by forcing the shutter open. Now we plan to try that experiment with the shutter open CDR all the _ime.

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Okay, I'ii give it a bloddy go. Which way should I push it? Should I push it to the right or to the left? Well, Jer. At least you know if you can Just get the thing open in any old i_, we would still be in business. CDR, Houston here. Looking at the shutter blade _u the _osed position, there should be a rib, a r$ised rib on the shutter blade, and the question is did that come down the rlght-hand si_e of the ellipse, as you look at it, or theileft-hand si_e? It's coming Rusty. right down the middle of it,

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I can fold the shutter blade back, ...... Rusty. And that would vignette the aperture. But you would still have part of it anyway. Are you saying, CDR, that yo1_ cannot under any cir¢1_-_tance push it sideways? No, it's much much folds up. too fragile. It Just

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Okay, wetve got a unit down here. We've Just bent the shutter blade the same way. And - stand by and we'll bend it - we'll try and bend St a little further. ... 30 seconds to LOS here, and about 6 minutes to _oneysuckle, 22:_5. 0kay. Okay, CDR. We Just bent the shutter blade on this one down in as far as we could and I 'd recoe_end you going ahead and do that. It wil_ actually clear the aperture if you do tha_. So Just go ahead and bend it down and up against the sides.

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CDR, did you _ave any opportunity and move the @heel around?

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Yes, I tried %0 - well, no; it was on the first thing, Rusty. I went in ... I went in with a screwdriver, lost my footing, had to pull the screwdriver out again, and then got _ footing and went hack in and that's when I hit the shutter blade. I've got the shutter blade pushed all the way against the back towards the center of the canister. And it's rotated about 30 degrees and I 'm looking at the edge of it. _hat'swhy I said if I had a pair of lone-nosed pliers I could Just tear it out. i i _f _ , ..... -_ :_

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That's a good idea. ... go that far, Jer?

I think I'll try.

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Oh, boy. And I got it - the aperture's pretty well open too. Well, that's good. Okay, _hy don't you pick up where you were before and try I'll tell you:what, they're coming up in another 6 minlxtes or less. Wh_ don't you wait 'til they can, by TM, see the thing rotate.

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He's got another _ minutes to this exposure. Then there's a series of short ones. _f you need him, go ahead. You know, I I didn't notice that all these blue handrails that have been exposed to the Sun turn that. green.

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Yeah, I've noticed Kind of like green.

Are there any ... around down there? I can see his S020 canister ... Hey, Bill, that total Ten. What? i0. Ten, huh? Okay. I went into - we sort of need a 15-minute Johberdoo, right? That's right. And then we got a 5-minute Jobberdoo, and then the re_uder of them are to be short ones, between 1 and 5 minutes. And they nee_ at least five of them and whatever we can give them in terms of time_ 0kay. I how many frames are there on package out there for S0207

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Yeah, we're showing filter 5 down here now. Ke_p on going until you get to 3. Okay, Story, 5 is now centered. I wonder if there might be anything gained by trying to move it to 3 electrically. _ CDH, if you move it in that direction you go back to the Jam, that is it'll go from the present position towards 6 again. We prefer mantmlly stewing it on around o 3. t

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..° I'_ ready to go to storage. Okay, go ahead; filter 5, CDR. Okay. You have to - You have to go way back into that left a_ rear corner angling the screwdriver in order to get it through position 4. That's storage, Ed. We are. Oh, not too bad. Okay, that was i minute and 20 seconds showing. We got a high rate. I could feel the TACS fire. You shouldn't hear that TACS fire. I felt something in my feet. Can I help you down there, Jer? Yeah, if you're all through. Well, there's nothing get back on I can do until we We maneuver now?

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Well, actually no, there isn't, Bill. I figured out how to reach it now and Okay, I think I'll take a short walk anyway. Yeah, g._. ahead. Do a little and enjoy yourself. Sure are a lot of nice noises 2n_bbernecklng

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Yeah. I don't know what Ed's doing. Yeah, don't feel alone. Now the TACS has fired, TACS number 6. TACS i. Oh, yeah. Can you see it? Yeah. It's bringing TACS ntunber 3. our rates down.

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Yeah. It shouldn't -we got everything off in here. I have not been keeping an eye on the roll. No, it wasn't the roll. It was in pitch or yaw. It was a lateral. There was no reason for it to do it. We got manual pointing is off in here, and we're in SI. Those things should be locked. Did it do it all on its own or were you touching it? it.

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Hello, Houston. Now what? Hey, Ed? Yeah. Would you ask for an ascending node next time when we talk to them? Yeah. And check the slider so we'll know when to expect to talk to them. All right, Jerry. here. Very good. I've got m_ hands i%111

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What's up there, Bill? Wow, I was Just sitting here looking over the side waiting for the landfall. Looks like we've started below Australia and are going eel the way up - we ought to hit the west coast of the United States or Mexico this time I should think. Yeah, last time we went up over the northern part of South America I think. Maybe it was right around the Isthmas of panama. We ought to have a good long stateside pass here. I think I got us on filter 4 now, and I Just _nt to verify it before I go fiddling with any more. Yeah. It's a lot of water out here. How's it going, big Ed? ... Hold on, here. I tell you, we Just blew a bunch of TACS on that CMG reset. We went into one reset, we got out to an angle of around 30 degrees. They said use 50 as a cuttoff when all of the sudden we went into another CMG reset and we really got wheeling. By the time we got up to _0 degrees we had a real high rate and the TACS then came in and tried to correct it and start bringing us back. And, boy, we blew a bunch. How much have we left? got? What percentage is

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Hey, Bill, maybe you ought to come back in. I'm not sure whether your action out there - having two guys out there is giving us more H in X than we need. OKay. Okay, I'm back in the pass, Ed. Okay. Why don't you go ahead and talk to him, Jer, but then I got a few - few items for him also here. Okay. All I need to talk to him about is to find out what filter they're looking at right now, and I hope it's 4. And also to see if you move it going to 3, we'll then watch it. But they can be talking to you about your problems at the same time. 0kay. And I think I see landfall coming up. And we ought to be getting Goldstone. *** like we're coming back in, Ed. What, to SI? Yeah. Yeah, we are. Oh my gosh, it's a long time between station passes. Boy, I'm sorely tempted to go ahead and try to go to the next filter position. But I'm also afraid to. I think you better wait, Jer. You're going to have to walt for confirmation anyway so

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Hello, Story. Well - -

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The filter I see is very, very shiny, silver shiny. And I'm hoping that's filter number h. It should be, and we show you between filters now. Okay. And I'm going to try to get to 3 now. A_d Ed's got problems;you better taTk to him. God ds.mnit, i don't ... Okay, Story, we did your nominal H-cage. We got out to around 30 degrees waiting for the TACS to kill off the rates. It did. Waiting Stand by. for the CMG to take over.

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Well, several. Jet, Houston. Go ahead.

I don't know how mama.

After you get the S054 installed, we've got two other EVA's to collect SO20 data so we don't want you to spend any time on that. Just complete the EVA per the checklist and wrap up SO20. Okay. Okay, we got that The 547 Yeah. Well, I hope so. You tested it didn't you? complete thing installed now?

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Yeah I mean you're all set. You're with your operations out there?

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Yeah; as best I can tell, I'm complete. Okay. Story, the S05h is installed and fro_ the inside here we checked that out and it looks good.

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Okay. Okay, Jer, I'll get pictures of you com!n_ back. Okay. In fact, I think I'll Just take to ... right here. Okay, you ready to run? Yeah. Just a second. If I up, let's a bit longer

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Okay. As soon as the Sun comes get one of you.

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I did. Man, it's hard to push that button. I can't - can't believe how You ready? Ready. Okay, here I came. Can you see the green light flashing first. No, I don't. I think it's on the side of the camera away - Now I got it. Now I see it. Come on. Okay. Okay, Okay. We got the two trees to pass back why don't you climb in first. in. Jer, guys, let's start climbing back in.

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Roger. Okay. Okay. Can hook that to _ right - right tether ring right there. Just put it through the metal D ring. Okay. Okay, since we're a little out of configuration here, we're just gonma have to start passing those things in. Yeah, we'll start; Just a second. Hand me the c_nera, Bill.

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Okay. We got an S020; we got T025 in, and I guess you also have got S201 in, do you not? Yeah, 201 is in. I'm getting ready to get S020 $228 now.

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201 is in.

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on S020 and we have T - $201 to to plus a couple of trees. SPT Story, Just to let you know where we stand on S020, we got a 60-minute exposure, a SO minute a 13 and 40 rather than a 15 because of that nominal H CAGE we had to put in and a 7-1/2minuterather than the 8 minute. So we don't have their priority 5 and 6 items done, but we got the first four. B59 23 38 05 CC 0k_y, copy, Ed. And, Jer, prior to repressing the airlock, we'd llke you to remove your PCU deflectors and examine the PCU's for any ice formation. Will do. And also verify the composite connector's ... to the PCU. Okay. All right Bill, I'm ready for your next little present. Okay, let's see. I'ii Just give you the VS tree here. Okay, I got it. Okay, let's pick up on that S020 heah, let's make sure that you close the boresighter and you place the vacuum shutter valve to CLOSE. Okay, I haven't done that but I willl.

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All right, I've got the _B tree in and latched. Let me go here and do what I can with S020. 0k_7, hit me with the words again, Ed. Okay, valve let's flash see, place the vacuum - shutter control CLOSED.

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S-20 [sic]?
20 is in; yes. And - what the ... 230 or whatever it was. 201, that's in. That's 228 is perpendicular. Yeah, T025 is in and lashed down. The perpendicular.

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Yes/u, tether's

Yeah, there was one left out there in the previous EVA. We don't want to do that again. FAS are you're talking about or is it the SAS? Yeah. Where was it, Ed?

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Yeah. Okay and check around there. Make sure there's nothing else out there. Okay. Okay, tell me when All right, flashes. Yeah. Oh, no, no, no; that's for the clothesline. Get that out. You know it looks out here. pretty clean that's complete. Lightning

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Okay, verify - or check the hatch seal for obstructions and verify hatch dogs are retracted. ... get this one boom 0ops! ... the hatch. Before we get back in I think we have a little _bilical or does that c_ne up next? Little umbilical here. Yeah, let's get out of the way. bundle of it out it all into the Okay. See, this is mine here. Okay. Take yours and then hook it - some of this t_billcal We got a whole here. Okay, stuff aft airlock.

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Okay, l'm go_ua hold mine down here. You can start shoving yours back there in the a_t airlock. Right. Stow Okay, and easy. Bill, That away. get yours in now.

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Okay, and on 319 on the way disengage the hold-open rod. That's in work. Turn myself around here - Can I do - I need to do a half roll inverted to the left or right? I think to your left would be best. Okay. All right in work. He's in. Okay. Have you got the dis disengaged the hold-open rod? Yeah. That' s done. tmtil retainer en-

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0kay. Want to make sure I get that one. Okay, red not visible. Okay, that's at 23:48. That was a fairly lengthy one. Airloek repress; okay, EV-I on 318, LOCK compress - lock compress DEPRESS VALVE CLOSED. LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS valved CLOSED. It's closed. Now.

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Okay, EV-I on 316, monitor pressure in the lock for 2 minutes after closing LOCK COMPARTMENT valve to verify pressure DEPRESS integrity.

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Well, what we're doing here Just waiting 2 minutes here Yeah, okay. us up slow. Okay. When are we supposed deflectors off? Right now. to take But when

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Yeah, we got a - we got 0.5. That's Just now gapping suits isn't it. YesIG. Yesh. valve On 311, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION OPEN and CLOSE after 30 seconds. that's - Okay, from our

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Okay, now I - only brought us down to - you're only up to 1-1/2. Right. And we're only down here to 5 - 5.3 or so. Okay, let me flip the page. I did not open the valves wide. Okay, good. I Just took it nice and slow.

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Okay, now let's see. We're going to have to land the tree - or move the tree, aren't we?

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Okay it's there. Okay. See if we can watch the pressures equalize. We got good - a good rate of descent on our vertical velocity here. I think everythings going to stable out on stabilize out a little above 5. Yeab, that workshop, volume down there. that's a lot of

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Okay and you can take your RELEASE HANDLE to UNLOCK. Okay. Done.

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Okay, when you get here open, we're going to move - move both or EV-2 is going to move to the suit donning stations to verify that we don't have any HIGH in T_SITY light to worry about. Have we got the VC/tree? AM forward hatch opening. There we go.

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Home sweet home. Yes, sir. And after you climb out of your suits, Jer, we'd like you to leave the PCU connected to the LBUs, and leave the LSUs connected to their respective panelsin the airlock. Maybe after d_nner we'll run through a little bit of troubleshooting for a water leak. Okay. We sure got ice on m_ connector, My composite connector. Okay, Bill, part suit might Okay? thanks, Jer. And also on - on I did lose his ECG the last of the EVA. When he takes his off and all, he might he - he take a look at his OPS sensors.

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Excuse me. Okay, go ahead. Watch the 201 there. I'm watching it. it when it grabs you.

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Mine _s off. Mine is off now. Skylab, we're a couple of minutes from LOS. About 20 minutes to Honeysuckle at 00:23. And we got a feeling for how hungry you are. If you have any trouble finding that fruitcake, in A-2 locker behind the film vault, it's wrapped in foil and also stored in clear plastic. Maybe that'll help you find it. Okay, thank you Story. forward to that. So am I. Better Kill the umbilical power, Ed. I'm looking

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All right. Tell you what, you say you're ready for the deactivate the suit cooling and cor_n, huh? Yeah, we're all through. We _ot out helmets and gloves off now. All right. both now. Okay. Coming up on 317. POWER OPT. Hey, Jet. ISU. SUS [SU Going on with those

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SPT at 10:10, so that's i0 - Yeah, we're at - 01:I0. S05_, film container. The film exposed is reading 12258 in the window. It looks smooth. I see no holes, no wrinkles unless it's a very light etching.

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SPT at 17:08. Earth Terrain Camera. I was inspecting the area of all of ... which lay between the camera and all the magazines, especially those of Alfa Bravo ... said to be perfectly functioning condition, no ..., contamination ..., the ... connected to the camera body, are particularly good. I have replaced the shield and I ... so apparently it ... tolerance and how the field goes on the - the shaft, I should say the height of the field above the ... which is in back ... or it might even be we could tell ... It's hard to narrow down any closer than ... general area of a bad connection. I'll try and keep an eye on it and troubleshoot it a little bit more .... put it on at the very top i and let the magazine .push it down and it would - the camera body push it _own ... did that twice. Didn't seem effective.

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It went very nicely, it's a pretty simple thing to do. Then I passed you down some VTR. I think the only thing of real note, really, is the white light coronagraph picture. We have a rather strong single mirror ray at about 075 or 070 on the solar - in the corona. And then around at about ll0, that's with wide - rather wide based - looks multiple streamers. 360 18 14 37 CDR the like

And of course over at 270 there's a very wide one, a very wide based streamer. But, I think the one of interest is the one at about 070 or 065, thereabouts. That is a single mirror streamer, and it's - it's reasonably prominent too. And looks like that must be coming off of either active region 4 or active region 00. Looking at the XUV MON, there's nothing - nothing too new there. Where the active region are - regions are we have a lot of bright spots and a couple of them, particularly O0 and 05, I believe it is, can be seen in ambient light, you don't need integration. And I see also an integration that's coming around the east limb, we have another bright area beginning to show up on the XUV MON. So maybe we've got some reinforcements coming. That's Just about it. There really wasn't anything too spectacular went on. We finally got everything through without any fumbles, I believe. CDR out. PLT, the time is 18:27 ... The S009 check, timing check, was as follows: the actual time was 18:27:09. The predicted time given from the ground was 18:25:26.

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SPT at 21:44, ATM pass which began at 20:19. 55 OFFSET went with - was no problem. I had to make some very minor changes in the 55 horizontal reticle, had to step it down Just very slightly, an ARC SECOND at the most. And the 4-limb eoaligmment results follow. Day 360, time 20:25; at the upper limb: H-ALPHA i, plus the I000; 82]3, plus i000_ 55, plus i001. Lower limb: 82B, minus 950; 55, minus 95h. Left limb: H-ALPHA i, minus 894; 82B, minus 895 ; 55, minus 899. Right limb: 82B, plus 1080; 55, plus 1080. 55 mirror position, 0933. Additional information: the ROLL for this was minus 5386. At the upper limb, my LEFT/RIGHT, the best I could Judge, which would put put us on center of the upper limb, was plus 77. At the lower limb, the 14_i'/ RIGHT was plus 116. The UP/DOWN at the left limb, which would put the slits exactly tangent to the limb at the center, was plus 3. And, also, the LIMB OFFSET, while I was doing that, initiaJ/y started out at zero. And then I had s_me instability in the readout, and _it went from between zero and the m=_i_um of 13. Not a very rapid change, but m_ybe i - every i to 2 or 3 seconds. But it would J,_m!_. from 2 to 5 to 0 to 13, kind of randomly in that _=-_er. That was, again, 2 or 3 seconds or so between each - in each Jump. And the UP/DOWN for the right limb was plus 35. And on the left - and on the right limb, the_IMB OFFSET remained stable at zero.

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say, start at the upper limb and slew straight down, I do not get to the center of the lower limb, as evidenced by the numbers l've Just given you. So I suspect that the there must be some misalignment in rotation around the FINE SUN SENSOR. At the very conclusion of the pass, I looked at the active region 05. And I could see some material, perhaps a suggestion of loops at the very base of 05, about 20 ARC SECONDS off the limb and having a distance - extending along a distance of maybe one ARC MINUTe:. l've described it a little on a/r-to ground, and l'm going to look at it a little bit more on the next pass. 360 21 48 37 360 21 49 21 SPT SPT SPT out. SPT with an addition to the last report. I'm not sure if I did give you the mirror position for 55; and that's 0933. We changed from i0 down to line 9. 360 21 h9 33 SPT SPT out.

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SPT at 22:47. ATM pass which began at 21:52. Again, lots of good observing time. Sute makes life interesting for me and I hopelthe extra data is useful. I started out with a building block 32 at Sun center, with a good old quick look at the corona, I did not see anything of a deviation from the picture I had taken about an hour and a half previgus. to look at!the Then I went down weakened remmant

of active 2egion 05 and what I had lookediat the previous orbit and though% perhaps was surges going out along the magnetic shield line or what - what - which would outline ... that particulsr confi_aration did not appear, but other relatively sm,ller surges did. 360 22 47 59 SPT And I could not say that they followed the same magnetic field line but there was fewer - few surges on _revious looks like 4 or 5 on this one. So, changing. We did good PR structure _60 22 28 25 SPT orbit and it smaller ones things were have a very above that area.

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science conference. By the way that's a very clever and useful idea. CC ... 15 seconds from LOS. We'll see you over Madrid, h8 minutes from now. What I'd like to discuss is electron density, and the other is density ... It's a good way to learn a lot. So, what I did was ooint the horizontal, H-alpha 1 crosshair slightly off the limb, ROLL to minus 4388, which Just about centered the surging material. The active region 05 was just slightlyabout the centerline and 00 was up and to the left in my picture. I gave 55 MIRROR AUTO RASTER with a GRATING POSITION of zero. Truncated line20, at gave them 12 of those. 56 I gave IT PATROL SHORTS at the same tim_ interval as 55 early iniations. And 5h received one long exposure and this was carried out with setting it up in MSI-51 an_ that sequence was initiated at hh:h0 time remaining. And then once again at 22:40 time remaining. So, that should have given them a 22-minute exposure. I was just going to go back to Sun center and was back at Sun center, so that 55 could get some information on electron density. And got a Call from ground about th_ type 3 radio burst ; looked at the corona, could not see anything. At least not into - on a gross scale anyway, but with our monitor I did

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not protend that we could see anything of a fine structure at all. So I did not change the mode. _60 22 51 33 SPT I then went back out, after the building block 2 was complete, and in that building block 2, I just included ... with 56, went PATROL NORMAL 52 and 55 with a MIRROR AUTO RASTER at GRATING of zero. Then went back out to look at the region above active region 05, and about 1 arc minute out I _ _ble to _'ind some counts up aro_id 50 or 60 on oxygen VI which filled the guide lines. <60 22 52 07 SPT A 55 and up, would indicate that there is some struoture out there, e limb structure, I'm not sure. plan to work this one a little bit morethe nextorbit. I got a couple of ideas in mind we can see how they come out. SPT out. J_T at the 00:16 ATM pass which began at - oh, about 23:30. And I picked up the work which was dezi_lated for 18:h6, that's bu_laing block 32 at Sun center and JO_ 21, building block 35. ... It 311 went real well, no - no pr _blems. I did - had to take an extra lap around the grating, jpwever, ended up with the last MIE_0R AUTO RASTER it GRATING 0000 abo_ the second or the last Lhird of it or so was below 400K. _verything else went nominal.

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a little bit past line i, but just on the limb. That way I would only have to go down to around line ll or 12 or so to pick up the activity to give you the wire time resolution. I had executed a few of those and got a call from ETC to turn the DETECTORs OFF because they thought I was not at the right position. And I took a little explaining I turned the DETECTORS OFF so we lost a little bit more data until that got straightened out; turned the DETECTORS back ON again and picked up the MIRROR AUTO RASTERs. While I was out there I had two things going on 56 a - I have them about a 8-minute exposure 7-minute exposure on filter 2, and then a more shorter [sic] one on filter h. I had planned a longer one but because the activity and the fact that I had to move around I terminated the various exposures. I only got about 4 or 5 minutes on filter 4, and a couple of more PATROL SHORTS. 361 Ol 58 52 SPT I think had I Just stayed right where I was right out on the limb and continuous had done MIRROR AUTO RASTERS, we c,:u!d have gotten some very good high time resolution data on that surging material. But, in 05 and 00 will be there'll tomorrow. I'll look for it them also. SPT, out.

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I thinkfromthe standpointhe t arrangement of the room could be a little bit better. I think it ought to be worked out so that all threehave aecessability the to items required during a meal, as well as immediatelyeforeand b immediately after. 361 04 i_ _,3% -_. SPT Feeling of floor approximately: I ti_ink that's pretty good. I think the heightis good and I think we ought to keep triangles on the or some way of stabilizing yourself on both ceiling and floor, as well as on the walls as much as possible. Trash collection provision : they' re adequate. STowage volume and ex access: I would like to keep in the wardroom those thingswhich are used to be used in the wardroom, like most of the food. For example, down here we have to go on up and try and pull most of the food out of the - the lockers. And frequently it's falling out down here, and especially now that we're working where third _ay we have to go shopping and find all of the overage food. We gradually moved it all down here, but we've had things like ED experiments to showers to flies to clothing modules. Just everything has ended up in here, instead of - Just a haven of anything they can't fit elsewhere. And I don't think that's right. We ought to put things in here which are directly used for the food. You ought to have to have the pantry right down here. Temporary equilmment restraints : well, we don't use equipment, as such, for ourselves we've ripped out the the bottom plates and that's probably one of the best thingswe've ever done. J_ow we have some good footholds on the floor and now it's much easier to work and eat. Personnel mobility aids: there are none.

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Personal restraint devices : well, I Just discussed that one. Thermal comfort: that's good. Noise level: that's great, no problem. Ill,nn_nation: that's adeq_,lite. Okay, in the head, WMC: thing is too small end cramped. General arrangement : functionally i_ good; it works well. 361 0}_ 20 _7 _}7 Volume of the compartment: as I said is too small. Ceiling to floor p_'oximity: no problem. Ingress/egress provisions: again, it's too hard if two guys want to be in there at the same t_me, they're really crawling all over each other. That's part of the aceessability. Trash collection provisions _re adequate. Stowage volume end access: that's no good - pretty poor. I think it would be much easierif we had more make the thing larger end put some more lockers around here where we could store more towels, more washclothes, urine disposal bags. Each guy have his own cupboard for - for his own personal belonging. I tink that's way under - under supplied and . .. related to personal _tems, your Dopp Kit and else you'd like to keep in there. Personal restraint d_:viees: there are none; it's lousy. It's one of the poor - most poorly thought cut provisions in the whole spacecraft. I d_Jn't know how enybo_ figures you can do something with the hare floors. i÷cur're Just bouncing off those walls when you're in there like a ping-pong bali. %1 Oh 22 h_, _PT 1%_ould give someone a flat zero on that one and I would think he deserved it; it's poor. We need triangles in there; we need flow throughout the whole room. The ... fan does a good Job, hut I'm not sure where it's must be coming from, must be coming through the door. What we reall ought to have is some way of sucking the air right up from below. Since we do in the - in the other rooms. Thermal comfort's

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SPT at 14:21. ATM passage began at 13:24. JOP 18A, building block 30, Sun centered. That was no particular problem; I put that in the old tape recorder at the end. However, that took 2 minutes. And I had to set up for the building block, I think we cut the time a little short, I ended up with, not a 30-minute exposure for for 82A, but a 27-mlnute exposure before we got to 400 K. And I ended up taking an extra lap around the 55 GRATING again, and I think the problem was setup time. I'll have another go at it this next orbit. It's pretty much the same schedule and we'll see how it works out. Trying to stay up with the planning table is prettyn_ch of a full-time job. And it takes a fair amount of development and technique. Trouble being that the MPC is really not suited for this kind of work. It's suited quite better for official feedback, when you can look at what small motions you're making. Unfortunately, there appears to be a si_ificant delay in the time you make an input into the hand controller and it finally shows up as the final number in the - in the readout. In your visual displays such as H-alpha, or white light, you'd - always immediately you could see yourself making a one arc second change. Here you have the lean-up hand controller, and Just lean until you, all of a sudden, see your numbers change. And just lean further, and further on it, _til you all of a sudden see your change and come off it quickly and you may get anywhere between 3 to l0 are seconds. And if you overshoot then you try to come back and sometimes you overshoot coming back. And some of them I tested

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in there, at least some of those numbers on the pointing table, will on occasion overshoot the truth will have to be corrected. 361 14 23 49 SPT That was not as good as I was certainly hoping to do, which was, I only got 2 seconds; I missed 15 seconds. That one, I'm afraid, it's out of range from the ... I did see the comet in the white light coronagraph from about 2 solar radii out or so. If I could see the very end of the tail, that lets you know it was standing out. I must say, I'm a little disappointed in that visibility that we seem to be having of it on the white light display .... a l_ttle better revolution but I guess that the size of that object, that's what we have to expect. 361 14 24 50 361 14 25 21 SPT SPT SPT out. SPT again, let me add one, one thing. 56 did receive an extra exposure on that one SINGLE frame 4 for 12 minutes. That's the only thing that they're - they're easy enough to do once once we get the ... all settled down, and all you've got to do is look at the pointing table. I did miss the the VTR. I guess I did not have time to read that because it was at the very bottom and I thought we were wanting it Sun centered and so I looked at, - the ones on the comet so I'll try to pick that up this next time, on the next orbit. 361 14 26 06 SPT SPT out.

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MARK. Okay, that's frame number 2 is done. Frame number 3. TILT and ROTATION remain unchanged. And your frame number 3 is frame number h5 on the cassette. Okay, c_ning up to 59. Stand by and SHUTTER is going OPEN. MARK. worth. ... ... Skylab, we're a minute to LOS. See you over Carnarvon at 19:29; about 27 minutes. ..., Story. ... ... Go ahead. ... Fifteen seconds On mY mark. to the SHUTTER closure. Okay, this is 6 minutes' To 55. or 02:05.

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film and we move down to h0. I'm going to be changing out lens and adapter, and you're to go for the friendly PLT. anomalies during the run; it went smooth. 361 19 33 14 SPT SPT out.

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SPT at 19:49. Ml_0, on the special message which was sent up to handle the vial which would not fit in the containers, been taken carre of. The two vials were wrapped in about six wipes and put in the bottom of 28 and the - this morning's urine put on top of it. Turned out that there was no extra packing required, so that you'll find the erine half samples flush with all the others and inlnediately underneath that, the two blood vials with six wipes around them. We'll put the tomorrow's urine samples in the one remaining slot where the blood samples were to go previously.

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This is the CDR debriefing the ATM pass that started at 17:53 Zulu. Most all the - all the J0P 18 Alfa went very well with no problems, the only hang up we had was on how to run S054, and that's all on the air-tOground so I don't see any reason to rehash that in a debriefing. I looked at a little bit of XUV MON while doing the VTR recording, and there was nothing too spectacular to be seen. There is a bright spot on the east limb coming around, and - or a large bright area that's going over the west limb at the moment. The white light coronograph I discontinued the CONTINUOUS mode of operation in S052 for about

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h5 seconds in order to get some white light coronograph on the video downlink or on the VTR, and then I picked up on CONTINUOUS agai and pressed on with it to truncated, two to go. The comet in this white light coronagraph - on the is quite first

plain now, it's every bit as bright as Mercury was when we started doing J0P 18 Deltas. 361 361 20 19 20 20 58 O0 CDR CDB CDR This out. is the CDR at 20:20 Zt_u,

with a new subject, and that's the handheld photos at - or the earth observations were scheduled for f 20 :08 :20, the Peru-Humboldt

Current. We asked about the sc att ered-t o-broken-cloud situation, I could see no indication of any plankton blooming or any dark blue spots or any indications of of a current in the area. We had some Sun glint the Sun gling indicating no in current or And the cloud not seem to for a while, but was uniform throughout, presence of a change anything like that. forms themsleves did any abrupt changes, able to Humboldt wasn't of the

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Let's see, I think it was executed fairly well according to the JOP Summary Sheet. I one anomaly, I forgot to monitor the white light coronagraph, in between the STANDARD and the three SINGLE exposures. No, I know what it was, I wanted to wait and do the XUV MON at the same time. What I did though, I interrupted a CONTINUOUS for a bit of VTR on the WHITE LIGHT CORONAGRAPH, and put on about 5 minutes of XUV _0N. The comet is clearly visible, at least there's something there, it's in the right position. It appears to be the comet, so all it is, is appears as a dot at, let's see, December 28, 00, yeah it's just about right, it's just up to the lastof the - let'ssay it's northeast of the center of the Sun. In about the right position according to this chart here. So but there was no comet tail visible, I turned - I tried all the changes in contrast and everything, but I couldn't see a tail, all I could see was the spot. Having difficulty selecting, I didn't get the two MIRROR, AUTO RASTERS at 2665 and 2999 because I was unable to select 'em and the anomaly was that after I went back to round a reference and tried to - got ready to select 2665, or excuse me, 2665, I overshot on and went back to REFERENCE to go back and get it again - CC 361 20 33 55 PLT Skylab, back with you ... - - not really there, I was sure that I overshot, I think I got a increment on the end. What it was, I didn't know what was going on,

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I was very confused, I went around to REFERENCE and started over again, this time_ I couldn't even get anything higher than the 10's digit to register, it Just kept cycling Zero through 99 and zero through 99 and nothing else was showing. And so I finally went back to OPTICAL REFERENCE and soon as I got to OPTICAL REFERENCE, it indicated an 80 but I went ahead and turned on the D_I'ECTOBS and did another MAR at CONTINUOUS. Continued to do MAR at OPTICAL REFERENCE ZERO untio ground advised they'd set the grating and they set it. The number that I'm indicating isn't the nnmber that they set. Not only that, but I'm in - either f _ I got an extra stick showing on the 10's digit or I've got one missing, it's either a - it's either a 4 - it should be - it looks a little bit like a h or actually what it looks llke is a 9 with the upper horizontal stick missing. So I wasn't sure whether I got a 4 with an extra stick showing or a 9 with one missing. Anyway it looks like a 27hh with a extra stick or 279h without a upper horizontal stick showing. Alld that's the situation o_I the 55. Everything else, I think was executed nominally, no anomaly, and that's the only cogent I have. 361 20 35 18 PLT PLT out.

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20:10 Zulu and terminated at 20:55. The subject's - the SPT's left leg measured 13-3/4, the right calf 13-5/8, the legbands used were Charlie Juliet on the left and Alfa Quebec on the right, and we have terminated or we will begin - we'll pick up with 171 at 21:07. 361 21 05 14 361 21 05 32 CDR SPT CDR out. SPT at 21:05, subject MO92. Upon completion of run, it brings no problems whatsoever during the run. Negligible symptoms, the only thing I was able to notice is the - the full - the fullness of the leg, feeling of fullness in the legs, which has a slight amount of pain associated with it. No - no other effects, that is, no tingling in the arms, no faintness, nothing the translation remuined relatively low, below i00 - below 90 most of the time, and the pulse pressure, was - looked good ... from my standpoint. The only thing I think which contricuted to this being a better run is i, I was relatively well rested; 2, I took a lot of fluids yesterday as well as this morning. 361 21 06 27 SPT I took my full allotment of salt this morning, which was i0 - -

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q%is is the CDR at 21:46. Termination of M171-3 was with the subject SPT. Was at 21:h0. This was a back-to-back run so we had no CAL N2, CO 2 or N 2 ,

s exercise on the ergometer. And he's going to use the metabolic analyzer. We'll get percent oxygen _ter 361 21 47 00 361 21 50 56 f CDR SPT and CO2 after the end of the run.

CDR out. SP [sic]. I'm giving this voice at 21:51 to go along with the TV downllnk, covering the white light coronagraph and the comet. The ... which were all at minus 5_00. We have some instruments working. And, let's see - we're Just about to finish so I'll roll it back to 000. ... make ...

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The PLT debriefing the ATM pass starting at 21:11. The JOP 18 Alfa, step 2, building block 30 was completed with the following exceptions - As - is completed per pad with the following exceptions. I think I only got three repetitions. I did documentary photos down below and venlred back and forth and also setting up with a TV downlink and I think I'd lost track. And if I if by numbering _ I numbered the frames and I'm pretty sure I only got 3 cycles on that. And by the time I noticed what

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_Bs going on there was not enough time to get a fourth one. I got rasters as - I guess it was 60 2999, 000, 162, 10h2, and 2665. _"nat's a single frame 1. 52 _DNTINUOUS. 3 single one-second exposures and 52 CONTINUOUS for the rest of the orbit vith the exception that interrupted it for about 5 minutes for TV downlink. Comet is really streaking across there and you can almost see it, seems like you can almost see the thing move. At least I notice a very perceptible difference in the first view orbit to the end of the orbit. And monitoring the 52 white light coronagraph. So looks like I - there is - there is what looks like a tail. I assumed it was not a tail because it didn't seem to be pointed in the right direction, but it may be. It may be I had mF geometry all screwed up, But I would have thought that at least a rad - there would - it would have looked like it was pointed away from the Sun on a foreshortened basis and it didn't look like that. So I - I'm not sure - it could have been - it could have been a lot of other things, I didn't think I was seeing thought I was seeing some tronic noise or smear. 361 22 04 48 361 22 07 59 PLT PLT PLT out. This is PLT. Time is 22:08. Reporting on the temperatures, rate gyro packages. The X5, 95 degrees. X-ray 6, 91 oops ... 85, 92 degrees. 6, 91 degrees. Zulu 5, 96 degrees. Zulu 6, 95 degrees. PLT out. the angle and guess. But I a tail. I kind of elec-

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SPT at 22:20. I started this report quite a while ago and I had the recorders taken away by a hand ... so I could ... over down or ... come to. Okay, today's run was on the M092 went pretty good. No problems, probably one of the better runs I had. Contributing factors probably in our being a little more rested now. I also took a lot of fluid yesterday, which beforchand tood my full otholoscope [?] for the day which was 2 to 3 deep, and it's going towards a 40. Had enough to feel bloated but I think enough to be - they said I was nowhere near hy - dehydrated, from ... I had my first ... I would - I guess it might be a hydrogen 3h [?], not geared to one case to those rushed, initial first few days, and certainly before we undocked here. And it certainly follows what we had ... few things ... whatever the one we allow, but I think that from the standpoint of what's already ... the loss we could conserve our forces ... help us to take some water. I think that was the building - contributing factor ... the other day. MO - 171 which I ran afterwards following M5011 [?] is our back ... DAC ... and ... see ... to better any word for it else than to pick any ... Gulf Stream out. There's ...... connect 02 ... and we go out, too, with a - Just like six ... too, with that corelation those of a large factor did not call the - the leaders of - of ... or not. The Earth is nowhere... I've graded several levels about once ... 55, in thre run which awaiting ... I guess I thought the ... might do. At the conclusion of the run the various ,.. of the central...of MITI.

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Altimeter's 4.33 ..• H20 5.57 and CO2 is 506 - 509. And a related item I thought would do your ... the other night, I think. And when I ... I •.. early went down and he said it would he pretty optimus. Well, I was looking at day 60 . .. holding it and stood up when I take a deep breath, and it stays built up for a few minutes and then it just goes down during the take •.. of magnitude about 70 down to 52 - 53 ... •.. the dome ... with the lid down. Now we ...... out ... what with Jerry's •.. It's certainly an..• 361 22 23 52 361 23 03 00 SPT PLT SPT out. This is the PLT. Time is 23:00 Zulu. Subject is M561. I Just removed 560 and I was putting 561 in and I noticed that specimen Meeko [?] 561-h Alfa has a dent in the side of the specimen cylinder• It's about i millimeter in depth and it's toward the opposite end as it ... on the end - near the end that is installed adjacent to the furnance. And it's about, oh, say, 3 to h millimeters in diameter. If you can sort of visualize that being in a cylinder like that at about 1 millimeter in depth as I said. And looks like it's received a pretty healthy whack there on the side of the specimen. I want to report that now for the record• FLT out.

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Okay, PLT standing by to terminate exposure 3 - 3&. Stand by. i0 seconds. MARK. Okay. Now I want film advance and - 3160. Here we are, 3160; 10.7; 10.7; 3160, 10.7; and I want to do an 8-minute exposure. And 20 seconds from now I'ii start at 23:45. And we'll have some good time intervals in here for setting that ROTATION and TILT. Make it nice and comfortable. Standby.

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CDR, Houston .... have any questions with regard to the status ... commence ... Vicotr? Tell him that's affirmative. Okay. That's affirmative, Dick.

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Okya, _,e've got it. About 3 seconds here, no big deal. 53, that'll be 59. PI_ CDR 361 23 48 30 _PLT Still doing those down there, Jer? Yeah.... Okay, the PLT standing by for 59Completion of a 6-minute exposure. 98.4, 27.9.

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MARK. Completion. 98.4 98.4 and 27.9. 98.4, 27.9. Coming up on the even minute. This will be a 98.4, 27.9. Make that - Okay, 6 minutes. Stand by. MARK. Starting a 6-minute exposure.

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This is the cDR at 00:02 Zulu. Reporting housekeeping - shopping list accomplishments. The aroma test. Th following is the data on the aroma test: number ten, lemon; number 12, port; number 14, cherry; number 16, orange; number 18, no smell. number 21, spearmint ; number 23, onion; number 25, wintergreen; number 27, cinnamon; number 28, pepper; number 29, chicken. This data goes to the food people, I believe. Dr. Yuber. And I have data on the taste test. Stand by. Okay, on the taste test I've done sample number 1. Number 1 Alfa, I detected bitter, but thought it ..s probably the paper tha made it tast that way. I moved on to number Bravo, and I tasted salt and bitter. And on Charlie, I confirmed bitter. CDR out. Okay, ti's at 5minutes past. 1 more minute to go. And then we'll need 94.9 and leave it 27.9 on the TILT. Okay, on that 6 frame here we've got 98.4, 27.9, and about 35 seconds t run here. Thank _ ou. Stand by. MARK. That's zoom. 94.9, oh, boy! Those numbers get me. Those numbers really kill me. Can't even see them. Yeah, that's it. 94.9, 27.9, and I'm standing by for 07. 5-minute exposure 20 seconds. starting in about

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MARK. Okay. Frame number 7, started at 00:07. 94.9 on ROTATION. 20 - 27.9 on TILT. In 5 minutes; we'll be over at 12. This is the CDR at 00:08 with results of the M074, SMMD calibration. Start time was 23:42_ temperature was 73. It's the wardroom unit. Day of the year 361. The stop time was 23:56. And the temperature was 74. It was - the first run sequence was CAL MASS of zero. Ther readout was 1.95537, and the rest of the numbers I'll read are Just the last two. 55, 53, 61, 75, 76, 72, 35, 50, 94. the next sequence was CALL MASS of 500. The readout _ the first readout is 2.62196. The rest of the numbers I read will be the last three numbers. 183. 185, 156, 160, 248, 206, 220, 186, 198. The third sequence and last sequence is zero again. 1.95604. The rest of the numbers are the last three. 593, 580, 553, 607, 642, 657, 585, 603, 559. This terminates the readouts on the S_4D calibration of th wardroom unit. CDR out.

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Stand by. MARK. We have termination of 500 exposure. Okay, waiting for lh to come around. You aren't going to get it. WE have already had 94.9 ROTATION TILT 27.9. We want 2 minutes exposure. We'll have to terminate the star tracker prior to doing this, but we might as well wait until ... to do that until we get AOS Honejsuck.e. Okay ..., I'll wait for your call. Okay, one more thing for you Ed, we checked on the comet visibility, and it turned out that it's not gouna become visible underneath that ATM wing until January 8, which is a long time away. We can however, get some couple more glitches on the C&G number 2. One of them occurred during the EVA, and another one occured today during the solar inertial ... period. The only difference being that this one that occurred today, occurred in the upper half of the region of temperatures at which we are ocntrolling that variance. So it's not even likely ... to do any extra ... of any kind and since we don't have a specific requirement for the visual ops or the 233 during this period, Just rememeber to take a look at the ... as being pretty far out. (laughter)

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This is the CDR at 00:17 Zulu debriefing the ATM pass that started at 23:h5, I guess it was. No, let's call that 22:30. Okay. Just about time for the end of building block30 and JOP 18 Alfa. All the operations went as scheduled. We didn't get our full four - SCANs or the SL54 data in because we truncated at 6 minutes to go. 6 minutes time remaining. Kahoutek is now off the video monitor so we can% see it. When I shut down at the end of the last run, the comet was Just barely - the coma was Just barely showing at the edge of the TV screen if you put your head down close and looked over to the side underneath the .... You could see a little bit of the tail still on the - on the screen, but there's very little to be seen. So the comet is essentially gone now as far as our video seeing is concerned. Took a little look at the XUV MONITOR and saw a bit fat nothing. There aree no - bright spots or anything anywhere on the XUV, other than the - the bright areas that are associated with active region 00, and 99, and the rest of them over on the west limb. And we have one

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around the east limb and a few narrow streamers and a white band between them 362 00 29 h3 SPT going over the west limb. CDR, out.

SPT at 13:11 [sic]. Began at 00:18. Building block 30 Sun center. Came off straight forward. After that had a little time for observing. And I Just thought I'd go over and look at the activity on active regions O0 and 99 while we still had them. Gonna be same dry speels, so mR_e most of what was - what little there was left. And I looked for surges. I saw what appeared to be one above active region above 99, went out to arolmd 15 arc seconds. And I guess some MIRROR AUTO RASTERs truncated down to line 13 and some PATROL SHORTs. They all truncated MIRROR AUTO RASTERs, 7 PATROL SHORTs, and I was around 55 arc seconds off the limb with the H-ALPHA i. ROLL was 58 - minus 5829 ; UP/DOWN of minus 1020; and LEFT/RIGHT of 136. I watched this while we were doing the observations 55 and 56. And after that . .. very dynamic, and everything looked as though it was fading back in. I got a call about some irregular librations from the southwest quadrant or above the southwest quadrant of the limb. And I went over to look into what - take a look at activate region 00 again, and there was a small but fairly bright surge visible there also. It climbed around h5 degrees to the vertical towards the north, about l0 arc seconds in length and I thought I could also see a hint of same fairly bright vortices material above it in H-ALPHA. And I did the same thing. 55 MIRROR AUTO RASTER ... GRATING of zero. I truncated line 13 did h patrol SHORTs. And at the very conclusion of the - Just - Just a little - little up before hOOK. I went back to Sun center and gave 52 a continuous mode for 1 minute. They're part of a quickie ....

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...... the only thing that really could be done, other than Just MIRROR AUTO RASTERs continuous MIRROR AUTO RASTERs and various grating positions to look very far out into the corona. And I figure that is ... done very easily on that. One thing I certainly do regret and that is we never did really get a good flare rise when the opportunity was available. Amd I'm thinking that next time we do have au active region in sight, which I hope we will again, we're Just gonna ... like 00 did there. That was supposed to be spotted quick enough and with enough observing time and dedication to getting yourself a flare rise. •.. when one of those things appears that we are willing to give up on Earth observing program .... unless there is something also of deeply nature, and going to the flare wait mode, maybe with some other programs r11nning, but not with the S05_ and always remain pointing at the hottest part in the region and ROLL for 82A for ... dispension. 362 01 16 31 SPT And with the observing program plush with the observer's ear, he has enough has only a very small amount to do with the other instruments, so he can devote his full time to staring into the XUV MONITOR. We'll probably have about one more shot at it when the ... longitude comes around again. And if we hear anything like this ... I think we have a good probability. And on our part we hope that we could get as many details as .... I personally will try to get up early, go to bed late, and work as many as possible when we have staring hours ... the system, that it's really essential we go into that mode. I point out that it is a prime ATM or a major ATM objective which we did see

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fulfilled. And we certainly are willing to do the best we can in order to get it. SPT, out.

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'Fnis is the PLT; the time is 03:29. I will not have time this evening to give z good soak temperature. I will give you some temperatures on the 561 processing. At ... The heat-up was started at - 02:17 the mission is now at 03:39 and half. Hot 1 is reading 682; hot 2 is reading 682, Cold 1 and 2 are reading 47. Both of them. PLT out. ... over Honeysuckle Rog, Story. Bill for 14 minutes. ...

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SPT, at 13:05. HH30-12 ... time. Unfortunately the whole area was clouded over down there a% the vmry tip of South America when we came over this morning. All except for the straits of Magellan which we've rarely seen. Not under cloud cover so we did get a couple shot of those. Information on that was CX52, F-II, taken 1/60, at 13:00. Frame number 2122, and 1/250 .... i00 millimeter,

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(_estion were are there any indications north of the Red Sea of - of rift - rift type structures. We were not able to see too much really close to the Afar Triangle because we were pretty far north of it. However, as we flew over the island there _Ls a - scme islands and an area - Oh boy. At the UmmleaJ, I believe it is. And WedJ. There are 2 air fields that are on the northern side of the Red Sea. Up at a lattitude of - I'm trying to find a Latitude number here. Okay. Stand by. Y've got to take care of another thing. S073 is the subject. We're coming up on ;[4:10 Zulu. Stand by. 362 14 l0 00 CDR _@d_K. Cocking the shutter. Restarting the exposure mark at 04. So that's 14:10 at 04 seconds is when it started. We're terminateit at 14:12. This was S073. Now, getting hack to earth observations. ()kay, it must be 25 degrees of latitude. I've got too many things going at once here. That was my timer going off. Indicates that m_ battery test which is going on in the MDA is supposed to be looked at at this time too. A typical case of over-scheduling and under timing or sumething. Okay. At any rate these - this area on _he northern part of the Red Sea is at about a latitude of 25 degrees and a ;Longitude of 50 - 55 - 60 - 63 degrees, roughly. 62 and i/2 degrees; 63. 26 latitude, 62 degrees. There's a little group island and it's between those two Jar fields that I mentioned. Okay, I'm going to have to terminate this exposure in a minute. At any rate we found sc_e _tructures that are almost parallel to the - the coast they - they do go inland. We took 3 Hasselblad i00 millimeter pictures of the area. Two pictures at thoroughly -

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at s_newhat of an oblique and the last picture was overhead of the same area. S073 stand by for termination of frsme number 3. Stand by. 362 14 12 00 CDR MARK. Termination. Frame number 4 starts at 14:13. Ssme ROTATION, same TILT. Okay, we have 45 seconds. Earth observations, folks. I'll Be back with you in a little while. And I'll give you the frame numbers and everything on the Hasslblad and the settings. CDR out. Okay. In 25 seconds it'll be 14:13. The subject for what I 'm talking about now is S073. This will be frame number 4 that I'm starting. Which is in the camera is frame number 28. This is exposure h. Stand by in 5 seconds. Here we go. Stand by. MARK. Starting frame exposure I'll be Back in a m_nute. number 4.

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at - Just south of the town of A1 WaJh WaJh - A1 WaSh. Between the two air fields that are shown on this particular map of WedJ and UmmleJJ. LeJJ is to the south. The folding is s_ewhat - w_ll, I'd say the folding is - the direction of the lines is east and southeast. And they start Just inland from the water, near AL WedJ, and go east southeast on in and they pretty much ... all the mountains along the coast there. But they are very definitely lines of folding rather than Just a mountain crest. It looks like it might even be faulting. I 'm not sure. The frames that were taken there are numbers 23, 24, and 25 of Charlle X-ray 52 which is a Hasselbad 100. They were taken at an F-stop of Fll, 1/250 - correction 1/125 .... camera change - lens change to 1/125. 362 l_ 19 ll CDR Okay. Bill Pogue and I were both looking at this area to try to find if this is the only area that we can see north of the Red Sea. That looked like there were any indications of folding. As I mentioned before I got - we got pictures somewhat of an oblique looking - Just about due east and then when we got up above it we took another picture pretty much vertically down with a slight tilt possibly toward the south southeast. Looking right down the folding. So the only problem that doesn't look right to me is it doesn't quite match the - the direction of the folding and the breadkage down in Afar Triangle. However, it could be that this - this folding could be - since it is parallel to the Red Sea that could to me that a lot of the folding on the triangle turns to the left or toward the northwest and moves on up toward the Turkey area. And ... it does - this would

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fall in line with it then. If you picture the breakage down the Afar Triangle being pretty much north/south, but then as it gets up into the Red Sea and across it and it heads towards Sinai Peninsula, it begins to turn so that the direction of the - of the breakage or the - the folding is more in a northwesterly direction rather than northerly. 362 I_ 20 4h 362 lh 20 58 CDR CDR CDR out. This is the CDR again with more earth observations on ll0-7. I guess I should give you a little more information on as to length. I would guess that the folds that we saw were probably a hundred to hundred and fifty miles long. And hopefully if we can get another pass over this area a little further to the south we'll see if we can'tconnect this up with the folding down on the Afar. CDR out.

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PLT ... at Ih:33 debriefing the ATM pass which started at 13:38. JOP 6, step i, i Alfa, was completed as per pad. I have to use MECHANICAL REFERENCE 1576. No problem there. Rolled and started to do 1 Bravo, and I got tangled up in the 54 there and I wasted some frames. And I sort of apologize for that. But - so I there were two things that were sort of anomalous, and the one is that I started the nominal mode instead of the M, S, O, S, L. And I stopped that. Then I went to M, S, ), S, l; got the normal - got the 17-minute exposure that you wanted. But when I hit the START switch at the end, it started advancing again, so I stopped it real quick. And so you will see some expenditure of frames on 5h that were - probably weren't planned.

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VTR was recorded as planned. JOP 2 Charlie, step 6, building block 28 was modified because I saw a beautiful surge taking place on the limb near the southern position or southern edge of active region 00. I ROLLed plus 1222; UP/DOWN, plus 0016; LEFT/RIGHT, plus 998. Got the 82B SLIT peperdicular to the surge. It looked like a gaint spicule is what it looked like. AND I - I got a 56 SINGLE FRAME ... 5 minutes an 82B WAVE SHORT, 5 minutes across that surge. I did about four or five linear MARs. Then ROLLed to plus ih73; UP/DOWN, plus 0016; LEFT/RIGHT, plus 0998 and got a SINGLE FRAME i, 5 minutes; 82B WAVE SHORT, 5 minutes, did some mini-MARs in a quiet region fairly well out of the - _-y XUV activity. I was sort of torn between going back into the heavy activity for the

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This is the PLT with another note to the ATM debrief. The surge was in the shape of a spike off the limb and just on the disk side of the limb. It appeared to be 25 to BO arc seconds in height. The 82B was pointed approximately lO are seconds off of the limb as opposed to 20 are seconds, which was specified for the cor -enchanced coronal studies. Let's see, the lifetime of the surge was - well when I first noticed it was ~ it - it was brighter than the rest of the disk, so I decided to go for it. I took approximately 5-1/2 minutes of work there, the surge wind largely died out.

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I went back to the surge area after we were already passing to 400 K and did one mini-MAR there through the atmosphere. And at that time the surge had almost completed disappeared. PLT out.

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This is the CDR at 16:05. SOP number 006 will be used with - will be used by EV-2 who is using PCU16 and LSU16. The pressure and SOP n_aber, 006, is 6000 pounds.

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Okay, Bill, go ahead and perform the test activation. We're ready. Okay, it 's in work. read me? Roger. It's in work. How do you

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Thank you. Test activation Thank you. ... ... ... Bill. Yeah. ... Okay, stand by i. Did you power down I'll recheck. 329? complete.

Affirmative. I'll go right back down the checklist again. 323, SUS 2 ISU POWER; what it says. Okay, I didnlt turn the POW]_, ON; I turned the pump on. Okay. ... ... Okay ... How do you read? ...

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Is that VOX sensitivity too high? Okay, let me get that diverter valve vertical ... vertical. Okay. Okay, let's this one ... aligned, locked ... crew selection ... Okay •.. Yeah, at that time you probably can get them. ... down, turn all the way around. Okay, got a ... Okay? All right, let's see if I can do it. Can you read me? ... - I can read you, Bill, loud and clear. Okay, I read you both 5 square. We're configured for comm now, so you're hot mike. Okay. And let me know - I'm going to sit here for Just a minute and let you check out this VOX. Okay. Just a minute. Wait until I get Jer in there. Hold on Jer, I'll be right over .... getting your co_ - the com_ was there. ... luck. Don't even try to tuck it. won't stay. It

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Okay, push your helmet down a little bit. Okay, move it out front and then hack. Okay, it's aligned now. Okay. How'd it feel? Felt pretty good. Let me take a look. Yeah, it looks all right. Let me here in the front. And it closes. Okay, you're in there. No_t I'll a shove over there. give you

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Okay. The ... LOW VENT FLOW light is off. protective visor. Got your protective visor down, Jet? We're okay; it's coming. Okay, the DAC off. Stop blinking? Did the DAC atop blinking? Yes. Okay. PCU checkout. Can you read that? My - mine's got I can'tread it too easilyfrom over here .... Oh, yes. Okay. PCU checkout. All right, we're allowed an inaccuracy of 0.15, however, nominal says 0.0_. Remember your PEG i LOW FLOW and LOW VENT FLOW lights have a 5-second delay. All right, PRESS select to REG 2. Good. All right_ in a second here we ought to get a SUIT PRESS and a REG 1 LOW FLOW. Lc_er

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Okay, SUIT PRESS remains on. Okay. REG i - oh, no REG 2 - excuse me, it's REG 2. Give it 5 seconds. goes. Okay. All right, now. Possible LOW VENT FLOW if you've got that overlap. MODE SELECT to Delta P. And monitor your cuff gage. We'll pressurize them by going to delta P. Right. Okay, l'm up here at 3.5. Okay, l'm going UP FLOW, because I keep getting plugged ears. Okay, I'm reading a 3.86. Okay, now - Well, I'm in REG 2. get configured-Let's There she

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Right. Okay. And that ' where I am s right now. That's where I am too. Okay. Now all we have to - we're supposed to make sure we have right pressure, 3.2 to 3.5. the

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Okay. All right, I've got 3.8. On REG 2? Yes. Oh, hell. Okay. 3.35. Okay.Okay? Now we go PRESS SELECT to REG l, and that should bump the pressure up. Okay. Going now. 3.45.

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Yes. Okay. Didn't see that check in there. Okay. All right, we're on REG i. Everything's finally stabilized out checked out gage to make sure we're I'm reading for 3.85. 3.6 to 3.9.

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It's still 3.8. I'm nearly 4.0. Still 3.8. I moved the Joints a little bit, and it doesn't seem to make much difference. Feels good.

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Yes. Okay, EV-I, you expect a vehicle to _Drself.

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No, EV- EV-1 to LOW VENT LOW VENT FLOW light off, verify. They' re verifled. Okay. Just a minute here, Hey, this doesn't seemI believe it's underneath, Ed.

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I Just found it out. I've done the vehicle OR rag check.

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Okay, you - As I recall last time right before the ... EV-I or -2 did it. Okay. Just a second, my checklist up here, lose it. Okay. Then you're let me put so I don't

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That's all right. I'm coming now. Go ahead. Keep stuffing. That's what things. Yes, okay. Okay. Let's see if there are any more good words. EV-3, I'm restowing EV-1 LSU in sphere as EV-1 transfers. Okay, number l, rotate to EVA egress position, feet toward the MDA. Move to 0W - number 2, move to OWH hatch Okay. Okay. Okay, why don't you Just come on by me, and then I'll rotate. Stuff as much of that in as you can. I'm good at, stuffing

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EV-3. Yes, Just a second. I'm trying to see what's coming up next here. EV-3 mans_e EV-2 _U; stow in aft compartment. Let 's see, I think we 've found that I can handle that myself without you having to get by Ed. Yes, why don't you Just move back after you've stuffed that in there and - and we can work it from here, I believe. All righty. Okay. Hey, that's good. That's verygood. Now what about - it seemed to me, Bill, somewhere in your checklist this condensate tand inlet hose has got to be disconnected, and I think you're the one who does that aren't you?

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I think it happens earlier, Bill, because you're the only gur without gloves that can do it. Yes. Seems to me Ed did it just before - That's what I - You and I c_me up last time. Sure seems that way. That's right, I took it off, and you guys stowed it somewhere. Okay, Bill. I'll lay down flat

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Hey, Bill-You say I'm about thing? Yep. Okay, I've got it Bill. Okay, Bill. Why don't you Just move on back to the MDA, and we'll be all set. I'll get this cover. Okay. All right, _ umbilical's over the top of you, so we're in good shape. Okay, are we clear? Okay. Okay now, Jet - to kick some-

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Yes, well I Just thought I'd get a little extra out the way, becaUse you don't need all that today. Oh, all right. A little i/s. Okay• ... RELEASE HAND Okay. room for

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Okay, that's in work. And then I have some more works to do as you are holding it against the seal. ... secure Okay. You better watch your's too, Ed. down to ...

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Yes, right. Oks,v. Okay, you hold hatch against seal and RELEASE HANDLE UNLOCK. All right, RELEASE HANDLE's UNLOCK.

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All right. Okay. You're looking over my shoulder, now watch the 201 right here. Step back by your heel ... I can see it, Ed. Okay, you've got your back in the - yes, I'll lay down flat here. Okay, we're in. Okay, we don't have a VC tree, do we? Nope. No. Let's see. Okay. Airlock module forward hatch closed. I'm Just going to read through the steps here, and you keep me honest. Unstow VC tree. We don't have. Hold VC tree. We don't have. Release EV-3 release equalization forward hatch valve cap. pressure

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Take your time, Bill, and make sure you don't miss a step. Okay, the cap is off and - and anchored, Bill, so you're in good shape. Okay. Stow' s verified. Okay, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION VALVE OP_.

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Verified. Wait a minute. it 's open now.

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Inspect your - inspect hatch seal for obstruction. Okay, it looks like we're pretty clear here. Looks good on the hatch.

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Right. Close hatch. Okay, I'm going to close the hatch. Okay, you watch in there and see if I start swinging into anything. Looks good. Looks like maybe that snap catch is- isin. Okay. Stand by i.

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That's your top left. I think it's all right. Okay. Yes, it's all right. Okay. Inspect okay. Close hatch. HATCH HANDLE CLOSE, stand by. That blue handle thing is out on the outside of it, right? That is correct. Okay. I wouldn't be able to close it, I'm sure, if it - and then it looks correct. Yes, that 's right.

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Close hatch - HATCH HANDLE CLOSE. EV-1, install tree. Not applicable. EV-1 and 2 317/323 install srlst tethers on right arm. Okay. Okay. Okay. Yours is on the other one. You have one? Yes, there's one there. Okay. Okay, FLOW selevt IVA. Okay. We're Okay. tethers, Bill. with you. We' ll be right still attaching -

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Have you got - we also have s waist tether, do we not? I think I should put a waist tether
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Verified for EV-1. Verified EV-2. PRESSURE select to REG i. REG 1 for 2. MODE SELECT delta P, and verify SUIT PRESSURE light off 2.8 to 3.1 psig. Okay. EV-1 delta P is in work. up like a balloon!

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Okay, 2.8 SUIT PRESS light out for EV-I. Okay, same for EV-2. Okay, verifyStandby, I 'm not there yet. Okay. I'ii reread the - Okay, I'm up to full pressure now. Okay, I'll reread the previous steps Just to make sure. You went MODE SELECT delta P and then you were to verify SUIT PRESSURE light off at 2.8 to 3.1. That's all done - all done. MODE SELECT hardover

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Verify cuff gage stable 3.6 to 3.9. EV-I 3.7. EV-2 3.8. PRESSURE select BOTH, verify no change in cuff gage or displays. EV-1 to BOTH, and verified. EV-2 BOTH no and verified. Okay. Next stage. This will be a SOP Flow check. EV-1 and 2. SOP 02 valve OPEN. Verify valve locked in detent. Assist each other as required. 0kay, EV-2 's OPEN. EV-1 is open. Okay. Down to the beat. Wait a minute. Yes, let me repeat that step. SOP valve to OPEN which you did. Verify valve locked in detent. That's in 02. It turns real easy, Ed, and then it starts turning hard. You got it all the way to the end. Seems like it sort of slips down a little too. Yes. Okay, that's verified. looks good. That

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Okay. Okay, there's a note here: "Perform following SOP FLOW CHECK rapidly to conserve SOP 02" EV-I, another note : "Possible slight cuff gage decrease when SOP on." Approximately i/i0 of a PSI. Okay, again, EV-1 on panel 3.7. SUS 1 02 supply valve close and we'll get a tone and an SOP FL0. And then you'll verify the medium pressure gage at 27 to 45 on the SOP and then we'll go back SUS 1 02 supply valve open. So I'll - we'll reread those steps. I - I'll do them as you All right let me verify the readings for you. It's a lot easier than you struggling to do that. Okay, Okay? I can see them from here too.

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Okay, Just very briefly, you're going to turn SUS 1 02 supply valve to close. 0 kay. At the tone SUP FLO, verify your pressure gage and then you're going to turn the 02 supply valve open again. 0kay. Okay. SUS 1 02 supply valve to close. Check tone and SOP flo light. Okay.

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Verified. Close - you got about 32 pounds. SUS 1 02 supply It's open. Okay. Looks good. valve 30 pounds -

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Let me see when your it from here?

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Okay, here goes the valve to you ready, Ed? I'm ready. Here goes the valve to off. Get a tone SOP vlow. Got it. Looks about like 30.

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- like medium pressure Okay. Looks good.

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We 're about 30. Okay, I've got the oxygen back on again. Okay, good. Then that's the SOP flow check for both crewmen. Looks good. EV-1 and 2, visually ring. Okay. SOP. Take a look here. you're Take there. a look at the verify neck

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Yes, it's connected up and the lock' s down. And it ' open? s And 4 PCU connectors. I can't tell if it's open or not. Okay, it's open. Okay, also. ... lock ... PCU connectors

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Lock, lock. Let me look at your PCU connectors. Okay, your locks are down. good. Looking

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Okay. - special procedure with us now. Let me look at your neck ring now and we'll be finished with you. Okay, now I just need to have you roll. Which way, Jer? This way's okay. Okay. Yeah, your neck ring's nice and flush all the way around. Okay. Pick up with you. We'll start withthe neckring. All right. I pushed your visor tad up ... a minute ago. Okay, roll. Okay, it looks pretty flush. Just a slight elevation but that's all the way around and I think it's nominal. Yeah, it looks good all the way around. Okay. You can put your visor down. take a loot at wrist rings. I'm locked in the detent. That 's good. Okay, now I'm going to - Now this one, locked in detent. Let's

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Okay. Visually - visually verified neck rings. One, two -we're Okay, I'm sorry. That's locked. SOP, take a look there. Okay, ... is locked on there. complete then, Bill. Okay Bill, press on. Okay. Visually verify neck ring, SOP .... connectors and sounds like you did a little more. Eight. Wrist rings, everything. Okay. Airlock Module Egress: now this is a generic title. Warning: EV-1 and 2, if cuff gauge drops below 3.6 psig during depress, LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS VALVE CLOSE and EV-3 forward HATCH PRESS EQUALIZATION VALVE OPEN. Okay, that's - that's one up. All right, now I'm going real slow here because I've got to do a nominal H CAGE here pretty soon. Okay. Forward hatch PRESS EQUALIZATION VALVE CLOSED. Coming CLOSED now. Okay, it's closed. EV-1 and 2. Note, if LOW VENT FLOW light comes on before depress complete, FLOW select EVA NORMAL. Okay. During depress cuff gage may read 4.1 max in Delta P. All right. A note for me: if rate of climb indicator exceeds a hundred - okay, let me - this thing's turned the wrong way around. Okay, that's still at it, Bill.

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... fix it where I can see it. Got a little ... in there Bill.

Yeah. Okay, it's got ... at about ... about 60 foot per second - 60 minute rate of climb now. Okay, so I want 160. If rate of climb indicator exceeds lO0 or caution and warning alert (rapid) Delta-P PPOZ LOW or cluster PRESS LOW, tell EV-1 to CLOSE LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS valve. And I probably wouldn't have to do that, but I will. Okay. EV-1, lock compartment - okay, now, Just a second. I_ve got to do a task here. If EV prior to lock compartment depress DAS(?) Okay. Okay, we're going to do an inhibit C_G control and a nominal H CAGE. Stand by. 52010, 52010, verified. Enter, clear. 50000, 5000 verified .... Inhibit CMG control. Clear. 52023, 52023. Nominal H CAGE enter, now. Let me see what's happening here. Nothing, looks like we're in good shape .... you are too. Move TACS on a little bit and you'll fire, Bill. see the

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Okay, I thought maybe I ought to maybe just watch that a second, but I guess it's no big deal ... Okay, EV-I, panel Bl8: LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS valve OPEN. Door Open. I'll come up and look watch you. in the window and

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Cuff gage stable at 7.375. Okay, EV-3 panel 225 moniter forward, 0WS stable - ... psi Picking up a little bit of noise. Okay, 3-1/2/ Okay, and now we're reading a note I'm sure you aware of. EV-I, screen from depress valve after ice buildup to complete dress. Yeah, we'll give it a little bit longer heere. 0WS forward or stable. PRESSURE

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And also panel 316 monitor PRESSURE LOCK to a stabilized pressure of less than or equal 0.3 psi before hatching opening. Okay, we've got about 80 percent of that covered with ice so far. That's pretty fast from that first half a drop of psi. Looks like 60 percent or so of that was covered. Skylab, reading you loud and clear. and Madrid lh minutes. Roger, Story. ... Story. Reading Great. Okay, you'rewaiting for a 0.3. ... ... pretty slow; we've of ice on there now. Yeah, it'll start got a fair amount How do you read PLT? loud and clean. Canaries

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Man, I never realized how much I used this ATM foot grid. ... holding for EV-1. Pretty solid chuck of ice too.

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Sure is. Hey, there you go. you have on there. of that, Jer. Yeah. If you pat a couple of piece of string under there and let the ice collect on it ... pull that stringup and the ice pops off and you're off and running atain. That string's a good idea Should have done more

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Bill? 1 psi. Roger.

Pop it off with a wrist tether.

Okay, I'ii take the string off. Okay, waiting for 0.3. 0.5. Okay, give a cuff gage reading. EV-1, 3.75. 3.78, point 8. EV-2, 3.92. Yes. Okay. That 03? Yeah, It's about 0.3 right now. Okay.

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MARK. Okay. EV-I panel 319. EVA retsiner, spring loaded to engaged position. Veri fy. Okay. That's spring loaded to engaged,

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Hatch handle lock to the unlock position Block. 0kay. That ... in . Hatch handle ' OPEN. s

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Locked and retracted. Okay, good show. And the pressure's way down here ... okay. Open hatch. hold-open rod. Okay, that's it everything work. a little bit, Jer. Okay. If I can pull that the hatch. Okay retainer in the pa - in all the Engage

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Okay. When depress is complete, which it is, MODE SELECT to ABSOLUTE with a slight cuff gage decrease. Okay. Okay. Looking at 3.85. Okay. Going to ABSOLUTE. Okay, I was at 3.98 before it started Now I'm looking 3.68. Okay. 3.6 even for - There's a slight cuff gage decrease when you go into ABSOLUTE It sounds like you were a little bit high on the REGs there. Yeah. You don't feel that to BOTH. Verify. Verified for EV-I. Verify, 2. Flow SLECT, EVA NORMAL. Okay, NORMAL for EV-I. ... Okay, PRESSURE select

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Okay. and then cuff gage stable B.6 to 3.9. All lights off. .6 and no lights for EV-I. Okay, EV-2's at EVA NORMAl. no lights. I got 3.7 and

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Dump Tape 363-07 Page 31 of 49 363 17 Bl 35 PLT Okay, and I verify that your VOX keying is satisfactory. Sounds - sounds good. Okay. I will monitor radiation with radiation survey meter during EVA. Get that thing readY. Come on. Okay. Okay. Now we're going to EVA 3 sections. EVA 3. Okay, I have not here for something to do during the night pass. Yeah, we can - we can get that - We can start that now. 0kay. All right. Airlock module egress note on contamination. EV-1 and EV-2 corn - comment on any observed dispersion patterns or any OWS waste tank vent plumes duringEVA. CDR PLT ... EV-1, egress airlock module toward foot restraints. Oks_v. Ev-2 manage EV-1 LSU. Okay. ... Okay, and I'm at the goot restraints. she ad. Your right foot's not in, Ed. Yeah, I'm getting it. There you go. Okay. Ingress VF... -want umbilical at 9 feet, ED. ... to fix your Go headfirst, face

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Okay, EV-2 attach material sample to velcro on the handrail, eteera, etcetera. 363 17 34 50 PIT Okay. Then EV-1 will go and retrieve the airlock module materorid cover sample velcroed, 50 by lO inches, 50 inches by l0 inches, covering the hatch hinge line and pass to EV-2. Now this is the thing they were talking about last night. CDR PLT Okay. And then EV-2 will stow the material ... sample in the airlock module. Okay. Sounds like this is going to take a while. It's very quick to reax_, but I'll go ahead and read it again. Bill, we don't have any lights out here, and the switches are on. I think the breakers are probably open. Okay. Hey, Let me check that. I can see the comet That's a - All right.

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Now kidding.

Yeah ... out there. See it? Okay. I can see the - the tail behind - Holy cow, yes. Yes, I can - turn the lights off, Bill. Oh, yeah. ..., huh ? You sure can. Open this window number ... Beautiful.

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We're 30 seconds from LOS here; about 28 minutes to Carnsrvon at 18:03. All your PLT SPT CREW SPT Okay. Okay. Oh. - - which is anti-solar, but I can not see the spikes which showed yp yesterday on the photography. Okay.
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Just going into the airglow. Very wide, broad tail. Not very long as well as - as well as we can see. Well, we were not too well ad- dark adapted there, Jet, we'll have to make a note of that next time. Yeah. Okay, that tail, I'd guess I was looking at 5 degrees or so when I first spotted it. Okay, it's into the airglow now. I suspect the reason you couldn't see it the other day is because it was always in the airglow. Yeah. We got a better elongation now.

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I suspect you ought to see that out the window. I looked at that yes - looked for it yesterday out window 3 and couldn't see it. Yeah, I look - Just looked out of window and I couldn't see it. I'iitry - h

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Okay. Let's press the lights on.

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Okay, stand by. I got all disoriented here trying to get to the window. Okay. Yeah, the tail was very broad. And, - and, Ed, did you see the yellow color? Yeah, it was yellow.

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Very definitely, yellow - orange. And let's see ; I think I would say the coma was more white or blue-white because the yellow orange didn't start until it was out a ways on the tail.

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... Go ahead, Jer. want me to read that again, Jer or do you know what to do? I think I know what to do. Okay. Okay, I got film door open, Jer. All right. Okay, I'll get in here and monitor all these good things. That I'm supposed to be watching. Hey, that really showed up clearly. That was a surprise.

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Yes,itwas. I first spotted it when I had my visor down too. I put the visor up ... - Oh, yeah. There was no doublt about it ; you could see it with the visor down. I sure could. Would you believe that clip is gone? Yeah, that clip's gone. No kidding? Yep. There's an anti-solar be on there. I'm looking. On the bottom side, there Jer. cllp that should

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His umbilical? Okay, here - well Bill, you remember seeing it last time whether the clip was on there when you took the other one off? No, was you and I don't think it was. In fact, I out there when I went out to help on the way out, I looked out there I think I only saw one clip.

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I can't believe it. I was able to look out that STS window and see it on there the other day. Not the other day, but after we put it on there. Oh, yeah, I seen it on here, but it - it's not here now. Well, okay. So the only thing is; it must have disappeared sometime in the - the EV-2, the EVA-2. Yea, possibly an umbilical it and knocked it off. rubbed over

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That's the only time that it could have. Yeah. Okay. Now let me go get the SEVA sail samples. Okay, Ed, you reel me in? Yep. Im afraid to let go of this thing; there's no tethers ... We got you. Okay. ... up there. Okay, now - -

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There's no tether on this rascal. Don't move. All right, here. a minute. Don't sweat it. Just

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I'd rather to in frontwords, ED Listen, I got to get - get you up here where I can get ahold of you, though. All right, you take this now. under control. Okay, hold on now. Got it? I got it. This is the fellow Pete had so much trouble with, huh? Tell Pete it was no problem getting it off; ... - Yeah. ... in. Can't you sinny up that, Bill - or, Jerry? I just wanted to get over to F1 here. Okay. Now it's baby again, huh? Yeah. Now you got to be careful; it'll tend to blow away from you. I've got it with two hands right now. one. Let me come a little bit out of the shoe with one -- one foot here. Now I'm

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I got it. SPT CDR PLT You got it? Okay. with it?

()kay, Bill, what does it ss_yto do

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_ou - will it fit on one of those zipper bags ? l_ere's a good idea. Well, I'm afriad we'll damage it. What I'm going to try to do is velcro it around one of these handrails in the same way that I found it velcroed around the - the strut.

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There you go; that's a good idea. And make us of all Yep. Okay. No, that's not going anywhere. that velcro.

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That's what it says here; that's the way I'm reading it. It s_ys velcroed 50 inch by l0 inch covering - excuse me - the velcro section 50 inch by l0 inches covering the hatch hinge lines. Do we have to move this? In a little bit, Jer. Yeah, you may have to pull the hold-open rod out, even. Yeah, I did. Can you that little - my unbiliba_l? Okay. Don't worry about a thing, Ed; I won't lock thehatch. Okay° I see the one thy're talking about.

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Okay, Jer, open the hatch. ... I got it. Okay. That you may want to tuck into a the zipper. They said ... it up and shield the Sun with part and you know I really can't tell the - a heck of a lot of difference. I can't either. I'm gonna question them on that one. Looks like it's a uniform It sure does. 50 inches. Yeah, maybe that wad 50 inches. colors.

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Yeah, that's better latch CDR

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Hold on, let's take - Just a minute, Jet. me take a look at the - what else they've got here. They've got another little patch in the corner here. Okay, that all looks uniform. Which corner is that patch in? There's another the ... - corner ... right up here,

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Okay, you got it ? Yep. All right, good. Let me see, EV-2 stow material ... sample in the airlock module. I've already Okay I am turning the page, standy by. The next thing comingup is 8020 ops. Okay, let's get her out here, done that.

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Unstow, this is Ev-2, unstow S020, mounting bracket is fully open. Okay. Okay, place in, I have soon as you do that.

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Okay, I've got it unstowed and tethered Okay, verify mounting It is. Place vacuum to vent. Stand by. Allow 15 seconds to vent. valve/shutter control bracket

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Okay, it 's in Vent. Okay. Okay, there's a 15 seconds. Verify film advance knob at S-Surra - to stowage. That's verified. Place vacuum valve/shutter to SHVITE_ OPEN. Okay. Now there's that 's been done. a step here, uncover bore sighter, changed out, so it 's already been control

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Let me - you don't tether on here. All right, Okay, let's

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I've got S020. I've got to untether first.

Wait a minute, Okay.

Okay. Hand me the extra wrist and I'll put it away. I got it. Okay. Read on Bill.

tether,

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Tether $020 side of ATM just inside and tighten Okay.

and mount it on the far trucss with DL handrail, the start of the han_lrail the clamp.

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And you will see that there is only a certain latitude of freedom you can have, you can't put it in too close Also, don't have too much in the way of body stabilization when you're doing this, do you? No, I think I had to come out of the foot restraints, at least out of one of them. Okay S020 is firm there and it's not going to go anywhere ... I got a few more words we can do now. Okay, you got the thether off, I assume. I will in a moment. tightened

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Okay. Remove the tether you hve. Okay, now the next step and we'll have to stop-verify the bracket ball-Joint is full enough to allow experiment pointing. And the way I would do that is have it tight enough so that it'll hold a position when you sort of push it around, but loose enough so that you can make an adjustment. And then don't - don't tighten it down as per procedure because it - you know what happened to me the other day - I got the thing all adjusted and then started to screw it down and tighten on the ball-Joint and then moved the whole rack. I moved the whole canister, so I would suggest that, you can do it anyway you _ant to. Yes, Let me Just look - get my tether here first back on to me. Why couldn't we go ahead or to 25 out as well? and get S201 out

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I'm I'm waiting I Just waiting for him to finish that. I'll go ahead and start reading the T025 Verify clamp is open.T025 stand by. T025, okay EV-2, unstow T025 assembly and pass EV-I. Okay, that's in work. And, Ed, as soon as you receive the T025 I have some words for you. Okay. Go ahead.

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Verify the clamp is open. The finger is deployed. It is - it should be deployed. And position the clamp on the ATM truss halfway to or beyond the first section of D1 handrail.

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Secure the clamp by turning top knob clockwise until tight. Then turn lower knob counterclockwise until tight.

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Okay, words just when

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... Oh, boy, somebody over restrained T02_. That little bitty bit then is going to be murder to undo. Down near the base, Yeah. That whoever did l'm afraid was it, that huh? little think idea about but gloves.

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There we go. Sorry about had it. Okay, Okay. Okay, I'ii read the work again, Ed. Verify clamp is open, finger deployed, then position the excuse me, on the clamp on the ATM traces. airlock or that. I was afraid we'd about

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Just a minute, Bill, hold on. Hold let me get a hold of it first. See where I tethered - it did not Yes.

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Let me. You rotate it another 90 degrees. If I can get across to that tether attachment Okay, We'll Okay. ...

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Okay now one step at a time, Rill. Verify clamn is o_en. You know how that thing moves out. Yeah, it's open. And the fin_er is de_loved - that's the little - It's deployed. Yeah. And oosition clamp on the A TM tru_s. I'llwait til you set out there. Okay. I'm goin_ to _ive mysel _ a little more workin_ room with the tether 7. Okay. Now let's see, this ... _oes underneath, does that, as you're lookin_ it, Bill? That's correct. So you put your - your everythin_ is sort of turned upside down, but the shutter speed adjustment knob is sort o_ on the too as you view it _rom the _oot restraints. If that helos any. You can sort use the cameras as an orientation device. Yeah, okay, I got the boo_ oointed towards sunward, and T got the little finger in there. Now I got slio over the top and _ade that connection around the back. That's right. That's correct.

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That's correct, that's right it takes patience. And the words are screw the clamp by turning the top knob clockwise until tight and then turn the lower knob counterclockwise, until tight. All right that's what I'm doing. Now let me make sure my finger is all the way against there. And, Jer, you can be getting filter case. Okay. Coming up on some beautiful down there. thunderstorms the

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0key. Okay that's on there. And we're coming up - ccmLing up on the lock. Okay. Skylab, we're reading you loud and clear. Carnarvon and Honeysuckly for 14 minutes. roger, Story. locked. Go ahead, Bill,

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by turning the top knob clockwise and the lower knob counterclockwise. Ev-2, unstow TO25 filter case and pass to W_T-I. B63 18 03 56 CDR Okay, it's all ready stowed and attached to the temporarly ... Okay, inst_li this is far _T-1, install filter holder Alfa to the AIWa 1 position. Okay, just stand by. - got to get back in the foot restraints here. Okay, there it is, the sagety tethered. Very good. gettin_ Alfa 1 out.

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Just a minut_ here, Bill. Let me make sure you understand orientation b]ere. That looks pretty good. the

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Yeah. Okay g_t the tether put away and we'll be all Set to go. How much mor_ high time, Bill? Six and a hal_ minutes. Okay. Your doing real good work. Real good. of

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I'll tell you what. way to do it, Jer. Okay

There's no

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You can't tether it, especially full. That's the drawback of this thing - you gotta put the only tether - from the ... point in, that you have.

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Can you put it in the other way? Never tried it the other way. Okay, let's see. Alpha-1 position and let me check something. Sometimes help is not always in the open bag. Yes, that's Alfa - okay? Go ahead. All right. I'm looking here and I can't see that we can do anything else here. Okay. What about 2017

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Want to get out that - get that out before your ... prep C [?] goes? It's approximately the same place as the T025. Yeah. Oh, oks_v.

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Okay. Now let me read ahead what you will be doing at sunrise. Okay? 0kay. When we get ready for data take in an •.. alignment which we will be as soon as we come up to Sun, I'm going to do a C&G control enable, DAS entry with hoses [?] for both S020 and T025.

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And you will adjust the S020 until the coarse, small solar images seen in the boresight doing continuous adjustments to the fine, large solar images visible on the boreslghter. PLT I think you know more about this tham I do, Ed° You know what you know what the picture is supposed to look like there. That 's right. The only thing that you have to do is once you get satisfied with the picture, let me know what - how - what the alignment is in terms of the little numbers there, that octal grid. 0k_y? Now, for the T025 it's exactly the same thing. You're going to ... instead of - sort of pushing it with your hands, you're going to align by turning the X and Y knobs. Tell S020 the Then you what we'll do. Let's get up and running first because that's one that's got the long exposures. we'll start working T025.

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Okay, now, I would like to ask one question. The - You told me last night on this exposure protocol that these ones that are written in here are the ones that we want to take. But - all right and Start off with frame number 5 with your highest priority, which I believe is 45 minutes. Right. OkaY, Ed. I wonder -would it be any help for me to get in that those restraints and hold you while you fiddle with the experiment?

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It may well, Jer. I was Just thinking about that because it looks as though I'm - even though I've grouned [sic] little I'm still about a foot too short to make m_ head over there. Aha. Well, I could hold you like a ... eating a loaf of bread under my arm, you know, and you could Just kinda go where you wanted. (Laughter) All right. We'll give it a go. All right. Let me get out of the restraints here and get up in approximately the right position. My, that blue is a pretty blue. Sure is. Think now, Bill. 2-1/2 minutes. Okay, and you know what we' re over? Let me -

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You'll never have a fly ... No, I don't. We're coming up over the tip of Australia and headed for New Zealand. We'll be over New Zealand in lO minutes. Okay. I was Just looking at the thunderstorms here Let us with one - one photos op that tends to propagate - there is a volcano will then go off.

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Yes/q, I noticed that. It's very similar to the solar flare time lapse photographs we've seen.

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Dirty-birdie. Bet it is. OOoh ! How about an EMU check? Yeah. Why not?

3.6 in the lights for EV-1. 3.7, no lights EV-2.

Good .... that is. That's rising right there. That's almost the s_m_ intensity as the comet, isn't it? Yeah. It's a pretty bright star.

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... there's a star right above the horizon now, Just about where the Sun's going to be coming up. Could that be Mercury? About 20 degrees or - No, about 15 degrees right now. Rising pretty fast. Has about the same intensity visually as the comet. If anything, it might even be a tad dimmer. Could it be Mercury? We're working on the answer to that, Skylab. I think it's about _ - only about 5 degrees up off there now. It's only one finger above the airglow.

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Okay, let's start working S020. The light's on Okay, okay.

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I'm beginning to get m_ - _zy head up here. All right. MARK. I'ii tell you what, l'm going to have to si - sight it in closely without the - without using their sighter. It sort ofOkay, where' ii you - I gotcha by the mean here. Okay, we're on C&G control, SOLAR INERTIAL. Okay, Jer, here - All right. - - and tell Bill we got T025 right in there now. I can't get my head over far enough to see the darn thing. Oh, hum. Oh, back now to hitting D-7. I'm going to have to loosen this up and move it up a little bit. Hell, dang it. Yes/q, I see what See D-7 that Yeah. - - that - that knob you've hampering me from furthering the small image. your doing. now let me come back down How's that?

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Okay, that's up a little. Tighten her up again. I got it tight. Now let me - let go of my leggs again. Okay. Back up in your - -

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Story, you're looking at the 0DTE_ GIMBAL angle on GIMBAL 3. Here we are, Bill. Yesh, I Just came out of nominal H cage. Should I do another nominal H cage, Story? Stand by 1. Stand by i on that cage ... Watch you head, Ed? I am standing by. If you'd rear back, admire your work, you're liable to knock the camera off of T-25. Okay, thank you. Doggone, maybe we got - momentum out to but we got a gimbal on the stop. And it's the very thing that Ed's been talking about. We don't think we need to cage right now, Bill. BEautiful, thank you. Okay, while I've got you, I've got a comment on when to start that S201
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Yeah, I think you're

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If you got it close - if it's well within the square, I'd leave it there. Hold on. That ' correct, Bill. s Rog. I can see it clear back here. Till it ... out what it does. Okay, I guess the words are, you want the - the larger faint circles inside the square. Right. Well, that it is. And when it stabilizes Okay.

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That 's right. Okay, Bill, go ahead with the 8020.

... Job ... now. ... All right. You got S020 aligned?

Uh - that's right. Let's see here now, I want to set my timer here for h5 minutes. That'll do it, Ed. Yeah, okay, when you get the timer set and give me a stand, I'll go i_rom storage to frame number 5. That's correct. Okay, standing by for the mark. Stand Okay, stand by MARK. Can you ... There you are. All right, underway. All right. hS-minute exposure is

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Go shead. We have this temperature to take. Yeah. And I'm about to turn the page from I'ii be going hack to S020. Anyway, remind me that we want to take this temperature measurement. Right measurement

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Yeah. On the next night pass. after sunset.

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Okay. It says do the following procedure during last daylight pass on a non interference basis. On a daylight pass? That's what it says. Okay. Anyway, how ab - It I - If I start giving you the ingress procedures yank my chain on that. Okay, I'ii try to remember it. Okay. number 0kay, I ' ll give you a here.

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You might go back to ingress there, Bill, and Just write a note that says, "Did you do the temperature measurements ?" Yeah. Okay, let me get - I can do that in a minute, and I will. Okay. Let me get Ed's n_rmbers here.

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Okay, on the vertical. The bottom is on the minus 2, the top is on plus 4. That's the large disk. Okay, that's the vertical. And in left/right, we're - at Just about Just about centered - looks like 3 and 3. Here comes New Zealand. 3 and 3, so we're centered pretty well left/rlght and only slightly off in vertical. Okay, now let me get the - -

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Skylab, we're 30 seconds to LOS, about 38 minutes to Bermuda at 18: 52. All your systemsare lookinggood. Thauk you, Story. Thank you, Story. Okay, now let me get you cooking on TO2 5 - And, Bill, those gimbal angles you're looking at - whenever you enable CMG control until the attitude becomes stable, you'll probably diversions like that. see some

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Okay, thank you a lot for that information. Okay, what DAC ...? Okay - That's Just the boom; you're okay. Okay, now, Ed, comes anotherhard thing. We got TO20 - S020 cooking. am I hitting up against the

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Okay.

Go ahead.

You want your feet over here, Ed, or where? Yeah, I want them back; I don't want to be going where I'm going. Oh, okay. Okay, now - I got it. - - let me read some instructions here again. Yesh. Hang on Just a minute, Bill. We're busy adjusting Ed's position here. Okay. ... Now, if you roll left, Ed, you got it made. T025, looks way, Jerry. Yeah, you're like I got to rotate this

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Well, I got to move my stuff to my left to get my head behind here to see the - there we go. All right. Okay, Bill.

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Okay, Just got through making my notes to myself on that temperature measurement. Okay, we're - ... - Ed's starting to align 25, now. Okay, good and you know it's very easy to Jiggle that S020, so just be extra special careful. You're so right. I'ii keep an eye on him. Okay, I'll read the words. Image will appear red on edge of filter and orange in center. And if you can Just make the little circle - make a sma make a sort of a small circle there with a red band on the outside around the circumference and you got it. Can you see through the camera, Ed? Yes, I sure can; I'm getting there. Good show. Great. That darn mirror time. didn't pop on it this

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Just a tweak ... one axis at a time. Penturbation - type thing here. For the Earth-observations guys, ' New Zealand was clouded over. Only a very - southernmost tip of South Island was open. Okay, let's hear again, Bill. their words on that

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Okay. Align/extend by turning X and Y. Now, the Sun image is located in center of occulting disk. Image will appear

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red on the edge of the filter and orange in the center. So, you start "bringing the Sun in, you come through some red filter material and then - SPT PLT Okay. - - you start eliminating the in - the center of it, it'll turn orange. I'm with you. is that you can move and also get that same

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The problem here your head around effect. Yeah. This camera

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on here - is loose.

I guess I'm Just going to have to see the best I can. And try to take the pictureswithouttouchingit. And the lens is loose on the camera for some reason. Yeah, everytime I move my head up there, I bump it. Let me move my feet - Just let go ..., Jer. Okay. Let's see, where am I hitting my left Your left loot's up against F-15 the tree there. Okay, I guess I can't do any better than that; here I'l_ Okay. Press on here.

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Okay, I'm Just standing by here, and you let me know when you want some more words. Take a quick check on the gimbal angles here. Looking in good shape now. Ed, I don't understand that. Those things were - One of them was right - all the way on the stop. Inner or outer?

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Outer. Now, it's happy as a clam. It's up around 20 percent. Maybe the momentum was such that ; it was headed in the right direction. Oh, yeah; I see what you mean. hadn't thought about that. I

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Well, it was driven on a stop, it should be able to start there. Yeah. Well ... Boy, this is really a - to get the ting completely centered and then to get the orange Well, look - it's not a perfect _mage. If I did it right. But as long as you got a red circle - excuse me - and orange circle, then you're in pretty good shape. I wouldn't Ed. waste too much time on it,

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Yeah, let - let me get back to where I was with it then. I Just want to make sure we're doing it right or it's not worth doing. Well, that's right. I - I fussed with that the first day and then somebody from the ground saia what he's seeing is right.

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How's your position, Ed? Yeah, it's okay. Okay, we're getting

Is it okay?

down in there

now.

Okay, now. Okay, that's goodthat's good. Now I guess I want to fOCUS. Now you want to get your - your remote control cable there off the right side. Oh boy, I should have done that previously. I got to get ... - It should be all right. Just pull that tape gently. And you got it all in your hand. There you go. Now, where do you want to go? Well Want to stay up there and try to - -

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I got to stay up have to make those adjustments on the timer. Okay, I'm going to let go of you for a second and take a look at S020. Well, it's still fine. Tell you what. Sure can. Why don't you he the operator of the op mon [?] and I'll be the operator of this. Oh, very well. Okay, re8_ out the T025. Can you reach this?

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Okay, f/stop's at 2 for all exposures and so forth and they got filter A-1 in position. Right, it's in position. Okay, the first frame we want is a 1/125th. Okay, hold on. camera moving! Boy, look at that

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Hey, wait a minute. tight enough. Is that the problem?

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Yeah, let me reach it. Okay° ... loosened up. Zero g's knob-loosening not this All right, There! try it now. effect. It's

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Oh, man. That's a super alignment Job. I have got a perfectly round, orange disk centered. Can't do any better than that. press on. You got a 125th there? Not yet. Okay,that'sin work. Okay, filter Alfa 1 and 125th and tell me when you complete your - Okay, I can feel the detent Just slightly. Okay, let me check the alignment and make sure that I don't - have not kicked it up at all. Let's

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Okay, ahead. go Okay, here it goes. MARK. OPEN. to

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Give you time to get it on time. There's - let me - Alfa 2 is the filter. Alfa 2?

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Okay, this is the third exposure, Alfa 80 seconds and get ready to go to SHUTT_ OPEN on m_ mark. Okay? Okay, we'll alignment's Stand by. MARK. Okay, it 's on. Give me about a 5-second warning, so I can let go of Ed and get my hand in the right position. Okay, will do. Did you ever see so much dang water in all you life? Just have to believe right from here on. the Okay.

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I have not been looking - ... my head is in the wrong position here. Nothing out there is there? Nothing but water.

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Okay and I'm trying to lean back to keep my PCU Okay. Flow S020's still looking copasetic.

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Yea, I think we're doing all right here. Let me turn a littlebit towards you to keep my PCM flow away from S020.

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All right. What I really here. Good. ... one on top of the hatch You got about All right. There we are. That's grab the ... first. l0 seconds. MARK. Okay, it ' done. s Stand by. good, I can 15 seconds might need is a hand/held on -

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Okay and that fourth exposure is again Alfa 2 filter. This will be l0 seconds and tell me when you're
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Alfa - Alfa 2? This one - that's the one you have. Yeah, okay; l'm ready. Okay, stand by. MARK. Okay. Stand by. MARK. Okay. All right. Okay. One half second. Let me know when you have completed it. Alfa 3, 1/2 second. All right. What did id we ever do with the friendly DAC? Ed, next one is Alfa 3.

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I'll - I'll - I'll get in there and get it in a minute and get some pictures. Okay, now, Yeah. 1 over 2. Got it? 1/2 second huh?

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Ah, Just a minute. push me back. Back here? Yes/u, okay. All right. Open And CLOSE. We're

Push my -

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Go ahead.

Okay, that was Alfa 3 to a half second. Now we want Alfa 1/15th second; 1 over 15.

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Okay, that ' set. s Let me know when you have done that one. All right. MARK. And CLOSED. Alfa 4. Go ahead. Stand by -

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And we want a 14-second. Let

I'll have to time you on that. me know when you're ready. SPT Okay. Hold on. sure that filter position. Alfa 4 We'll letyouknow. That looks good. That looks good. Okay, what's the time again? I want to m.ke is in the right

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IFn-oh.

You're bumping

20, Ed.

'!eah, I am. Okay, the - it still looks as though we got good _lignment on it, though. Alfa 4. What - wait - what exposure?

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14 seconds - I'll - ,%11 right. 0n my mark. Tell - -

Just a minute. - - tell me when you're ready. Okay, we're set on time. ahead. Go

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All right, I 'm getting you back out of the way. Let me - let me Just see how 20 is doing here. Let me - in close proximity here. Okay, go ahead. Are you ready? Okay, Bill. Yeah. Okay, stand by on my mark. Stand by. MARK. 0kay. MARK. 0kay.

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Okay, now we want a one and I will give followed by another tell me when you' re is on Alfa h again. All ready. Okay. MARK. MARK. Okay. We got it. All right. filter. Okay? Stand by.

2-second a mark mark. And ready. This

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Now we need

Charlie

Okay, let's figure out a way we can do this without losing one of these fellows. Let's see - I can - ... - - - I could hold the filter case out for you maybe. Oh - Okay. Let 's see. Our gimbals look in good shape. Good work. There. I got it real tight now. ... meat - meat hooks the pulley. all over Let 's Just see.

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0kay. Okay, let me close the flap. Okay, closed. filter. there.

Now Charlie

S_lere' Charlie s (_arlie i.

()kay, now let me grab ahold of you and restrain you a little bit. ()kay. Just push me a little nore toward my left so I get a handhold. All right. ()kay. b_narlie 3 he said, huh? No, Charlie (_narie i. l 1. Okay.

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i_narlie i is set. Okay, the first one will he the lh-second exposure and let me know when you're ready. We're on TIME, right? We're on TIME, ready to go. 0n TIME. Ready to go.

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Okay. Stand by. MARK. Okay. Okay, the next one will be a 2-second on Charlie 1 again and I will - tell me when you' re
res_y.

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I'm ready. Give you a short mark and then give you a mark and followed again very shortly by another mark. Okay. Staud by. MARK. MARK. Got it good. Okay. One quarter second on Charlie i. Okay. Slip me a _ there, Big Ed. Coming up with Okay, go ahead. All righty, here it goes. OPEN And CLOSE. Okay, select Cha_lie 2. a 4 here.

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Charlie 2 selected. Okay, and let me know when you're ready. It'll be a 2-second exposure. I'll give you a mark followed shortly by another mark. Okay - I'll sit at TIME. it at TIME, Okay, we're

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Okay, ready. Stand by. MARK.

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Okay, it 's done. Quarter second on Charlie 2. 1/hth second. Okay. Let me know when it's finished. Okay, Jet, we set the 2.

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Okay, let's let it quit oscillating. It's twanging a little bit. Yeah, I see that. All right. we go. OPEN And CLOSE. Okay, Charlie 3. That looks good. Here

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... 14. No, we 're not. Okay, in work. Okay? All right, Bill, I'm ready. Stand by. MARK. Stand by. MARK. Okay. Okay. Next one will be Let me know when you're You're still Bravo i. All right. Stand by. MARK. Okay. MARK. Okay. Okay, now you want Bravo 1, a quarter second. 1 over 4. Let me know when you've completed it. Coming up. Okay, Ed. Okay? We're ready. One quarterset. _ I'm ready. 2 seconds. ready.

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Okay, Just let me know when ... stopped. Okay, it's nice here it goes. 0FEN ANd CLOSE. Okay, Bravo 2. Okay, Okay. and stable.

your

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Okay,

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Filter Bravo 2.

you got it?

And I Want a 7 seconds and let me know when you're ready on Bravo 2. Okay, we'll set it on TIME. I always like to make sure I feel the detent. Okay, that's in there. Good. Okay. Beady.

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Okay, stand by - How many seconds?

7 seconds, and I'll - Okay. I'll call the marks. MARK. Okay. MARK. 0kay. Stand by.

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Okay, Bravo 2 again, I think you have - iKold on. 0kay? Okay, here it goes. MARK. MARK. ... not hustle Okay. Okay, now Bravo 3. that

i second;

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I can get that here.

too much.

Coming up. Want to make it's in the detent here. Bravo 3. Okay, it's a 2-second. you two short ma_ks. Ready to go. Stand by. MARK. MARK. Okay.

sure Okay,

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I'll give

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Okay, one quarter second on Bravo A quarter. 1 over _. One-fourth second.

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Oh, wait a minute. this last oneY Timed.

What was

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they got Why don't

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Ready. MARK. MARK. Ckay, it 's done. That was the one we missed, huh?

That's right. Now we want 1 over h on Bra - still on Bravo 3, 1 over h. One-fourth second. And let me know when you've clicked up - -

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Well, we've got 23 minutes remaining in day. If we've lucky, we could get the rest of these in, so let's go ahead - Oh, we could - How's S020 doing? We have it. Okay. And all Ed has to do is Just reach over and turn that thing to S. I think we can finish up the T the T025 here. ... I 'm being pushed away from that thing. I got no way of getting - uh, I'm sorry. I got you by the leg, but it's your upper body that's moving away. Just a minute. Let me torque myself over and then use a little inertis there. That a way. Back to Charlie - or Delta you said. Affirmative, on top. Ed, right Okay. Delta. It's right 15 minutes to go on

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All right. Got it ? Okay, I got it. Good show. Hold on. I got to come down a little bit. Right. Torque _ feet.

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How' s that ? Good. Okay, that's the time? set. What -what's

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On Del - Delta 1 and set it on TIME and I'll count off 7 seconds. Stand by. Okay. Okay, tell me when you're Ready Stand MARK. to go. by. _ ready.

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Delta 2. Should be a lh-second exposure. And let me know when you're ready on Delta 2. Okay, we need to go to T. 14 seconds. Okay. You ready? Allready. Stand by. MARK. Okay. Stand by.

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MARK. Okay. 2 seconds, and I'll - tell - Let me know when you're ready. I'll count them off.

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Ready to go. Stand by. No, wait - wait - wait Ed. Wait, wait, wait. Sorry. a minute,

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Okay, go ahead. Delta 2 on TIME. Stand by. MARK. MARK.

On TIME. Okay.

What did you do - bump it or something, Ed? No, I was thinking to 2. Oh, oh okay. so, I started ot move to 2 meaning one half. Okay, go ahead. We got it. you said go

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Okay, now still on Delta 2, go to 1 over 2. Go to 2 and let me know when you have that exposure. completed

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Okay, it's set in. out. Okay OPEN And CLOSED.

Let it damp

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Delta next. 3 Okay, Delta 3 selected. Okay, you got it on a quarter, have you? Yes, it is. Okay, go ahead and take one.

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Okay, let it damp out because I hit that thine there. Okay. Let me see if I can assess how _uch that thing is wiggling. Boy, rather quickly, surprisingly, it damps

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Yeah. Yesh, it did real steady for me the other day. Okay OPEN. And CLOSED. one quarter. That's it for thee

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Okay, now Delta 3 still. Put it on 2, excuse me, TIME and I will give you a 2.second count. Okay, we got it on TIME. Okay, let me know when you areready,er. J i,

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Ready.

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Stand by. MARK. MARK. Okay, it's done. Delta h. Coming up. :" _.

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Okay, you got it on TIME,

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Just a minute. Let me Yes, that's in there. Delta - 4 Yes, that's good. TIME.

check.

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We've on

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Okay, Delta 4. Let me know when you are ready, Jer. Ready to go. Stand by. MARK. MARK. Okay. Okay,Delta 4. Giveme a one half.

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Okay, we got the one half set. Okay, here it goes. OPEN now. And CLOSED. And that's the end of Delta. We

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Okay,let me get my finger out. Close the flap. And there's Charlie.

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0kay. Got a good closure. Okay. Boy, it's nice to work with gear that has got some precision to it. This ... operation is kind of nice. Charlie 's in. Charlie 1. Okay. Okay, we need a four - If you'll put it on TIME, we need a 14-second exposure. And let me know when you're ready. All right. Okay, it's set there. Let's see if it's oscillating at all. No - It's pretty quite.
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Okay,

how's

SOLO doing?

Well, we got 8 minutes to go. I'm watching it. Okay. Okay,we have a 2-second one if you' ii- I'm ready. Okay. MARK. MARK. Okay. Okay, we need a one-quarter second, 1 over 4. And you can get that. All right. Yeah - Okay, just a minute here. Skylab, we've reading you loud and clear through Bermuda for i0minutes. Stand by.

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Roger, Story. I guess the way they made this Let me come back down there; I JJust want to look at something here. Oh, okay. I see what they did. Okay, one quarter? Right. All right. They' re getting good spectral information and good time resolution too in spatial. These guys are sharp. I

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Here we OPEN.

go.

Stand by.

And CLOSE. Gentlemen, Good show.

What's that's

next? it for T025 now.

I t_ll you, that's going to be some good information right there. How much more night or day time? time we got -

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We got 14 more minutes. All right, let me get inside - Hold on. - - and in T025, movies. Stand by. of here. All right. Okay, attach - You go ahead and press on with what you are doing there, Ed. I am going to read some stuff - Okay. - - and you can Just sort of listen with one ear. ATTach remote control cable to side of canister, remove T025 assembly from strut, pass to EV-2, pass T025 filter case - Bill, Houston. Story. Let's and then I'll get

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CC Bill, we got a couple of reg adjusts for you on Panel 206.

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Dops stay back out of the way. was that you Just drifting?

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Okay,

Story.

Say it again, please.

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Got a couple of reg adjusts for you. Rotate counterclockwise - rotate clockwise Bus 2. 20 degrees both Bus 1 and

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Clockwise 20 degrees both regs adjust Bus i and Bus 2.

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That's affirm. It'll carry a little more load on the airlock module by doing that. Okay, Jer, maybe you can reach out here and get these filters while I am working on - Sure can. Okay. Goldang it. l better be able to I'm the _ who put it in there. I was thinking that. (Lalughter)

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Hey, we're coming right along, Story, we Just finished T025, and we have about 5 minutes to go on the 45-minute exposure on S020_. Beautiful, Bill.

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Okay, and the reg adjust looks good Bill. Thank you. Man, that alignment still looks good at the end of it. Good. Story, I thinnk we had good alignment operation .... had ourselves a good orange disk right in the center. Copy, Ed. Okay, I haven't been saying too much to you. Let's see - Well, let's go get that thing nailed down little bit here. Okay. You're - you're still working on it, huh? Yeak, I don't think that will work, though. Okay. Let me Just take her off.

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All you are doing is setting the filter •.. and the T025 assembly back in the airlock module and I think you can do it better than I can explain it to you. And please don't compromise yourself get yourself out of position at about we're coming up on about 4 minutes for the terminating the S020 exposures. Got - the valve here has gotten to turned, but I'm on it. How long are you going to be with us, Story? *** at this point here, 5 minutes. Okay, how much time do we have left,

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We have Okay.

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Yeah, that 's not bOO K. lets see, about - But the LOS is only

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4 minutes.

Okay, we were thinking we'd like tto get another good look at that comet. Oh, I think we'are going to be able to get in - a 5 minute S028 exposure. Good. All you have to do is go to frame 5 to 6 looks like we have plenty of good time left before 400K. Okay. Wes that their next priority? down

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What I'm going to do is hook chest tethers here first. Okay, Ed. About 3 minutes changing the S029 knob. Okay. Okay, Bill, what settings here? _mm Hey, f - It was f/ll, wasn't

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Yeah, it was, f/ll and think - I was thinking it was 1500, but I don't find
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It's a - you got yourself a spot in the checklist there - call out you got to thumb through there a little bit there, Bill.

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Okay, Jer, I've the T025 waiting for you here. All right. Well, I Just can't seem to get organized here to - to get a good flick. How does that look, Story? You can get it the next time around. There. I - I'm checking on that, Jer. He wanted, me to do something else ... Good maneuver time, Bill. PLT prep. DAC prep .... I bet they don't give me - there. No setting there. It's in the - in the operate - tthe EV operations somewhere.

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All righty. It was for EV-2, EVA-2. Okay, Ed. Would you hand me Monstrosity? Okay. Okay. 'm that

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If you swing it around the other end first, it might be a little easier for both of us. Okay. Ed, you ought to get back out there. I'm gonna have you change his S020 in about hO seconds. Allright. Do you mind letting me get Jer to grab this? I've got it, Ed. Okay. 0kay. Off of it. 5-And I don't think to be able to get get that 5-minute you're Just going to storage. that we are going it in. We can't exposure in. So to have to go back Okay and I'm ready to - Let me get my tether off it.

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Well, do they have any 1-minute exposures in there - ... - - plugged into their priorties? here. Stand by.

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No, I - Just a second That's on page 2.h-lh,

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Going

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0kaM. We're at storage. Now I think they've got some short ones there, we can pick up. Okay. We can - it says - but - but we're going to use up the frames if we do that. We only have one to use. I would prefer Just to hold off and go through this exactly the way it is. All right. Let's do it that way. the

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Okay. And that terminates exposures for this orbit. Okay.

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PLT 5 - I was wrong; a 5-minutewould have put it down to 400K. Okay I gonna, go ahead and inhibit C&G control and do a nominal H-CAGE right now. It says end of data take or sunset.

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Jer, why don't you turn lights there?

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All right. Right now I'm a little busy, but I'ii get it in a second. Okay. Can I help you?

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Not that I know of. Oh, you took the waist tether? Yeah. Ah, - ha' Yeah, I had it on my chest originally. Yeah. I got the other one the DAC now. Tell you what, if you'd like that this waist tether, I probably will not be needing it.

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I can use the _rrist tether All right. Fine. give it to me. Okay.

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Why don't you

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Skylab, 30 seconds to LOS. 4 minutes to Madrid. Be dumping the data/voice there. Rog, Story. However, this is an extra one which I had, which was not the was passed out on it. Yeah, the one - the one that - wass on the DAC. Okay. So, we would't Oh' F/II, lose it.

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Try it again here. 1/500. (Laughter)

I'll come out of the shoes. Yeah. No, that's all right. Swing it again. I got it. I got two settings here. How much time we got, Bill, before sunset? Okay, you've Okay. The 5-minute exposure be good, Skylab. ... on S020 might got 5 minutes. I got it.

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Well, Story, I did a quick calclation and it would have put us in - below h00 K, so I decided not to. That's a very - that between 220 and 200 angstroms, that thing is. I thought all those high energy low for - short wavelength things didn't like the atmosphere. Did you get my reply on the exposure, Jer? No. Okay. Just a minute, I'm busy. All righty. Okay, now. Okay. If you would, turn off those EVA lights - I will, Ed. ahead. All right; 1/500, Just a minute. Bill, go

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Well, now if you want one for night, Just ask me. All right. Okay, Now let me get the lights. up.

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How much time left there, Bill? 4 minutes. Okay, what's Okay, a night the night setting setting, is f/1.8, Bill? 1/60.

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Give me a _rk at around i minute go would you please,Bill. Okay. Just out of curosity, Ed, while _e're in this nominal H-CAGE and CMG INHIBIT, centered? is the S020 still

to

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- - control. - - situation right now, and I'm going to - I've put it a maneuver time and I'm going to put in a course maneuver and then before the last entry 1 switched HOLD, CMG but still - ATT

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Is it working? I can not see the lights: you may be covering it. There is a - tell me where the light is. Right there. been covering Yeah, it. I mush have

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Boy, this is murder. It was not made for EVA. (Laughter) Here I gol picture? The DACHow about an upside-down

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that's murder.

Well, start over again. I feel it worked out good. Okay, S201 time. Okay. camera Let's now. get rid of this

PLT

Okay, it's _bout 2-1/2 to start the maneuver. Okay.

minutes

SPT CDR

I Just start working

it?

Yeah, I thi_ we know how to pnS I it off whenever you get squared in there. All right, t_ll me when you want to, I c_n start talking

PLT

you.

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SPT

When you wa_t to --it's- at your own convenience there, Don't get - Okay.

Bill.

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PLT

Unscrew fourlwingnuts. Remove front cover. Just reading though. Unscrew four wingnuts. Remove front cover. And stow by wrist tether on handrail next to panel 313 CABIN F_SURE RELIEF VALVE,
[

SPT PLT

Okay. Then you hook up the POWER cable to panel 316. Oh, very well. In work. Caution: Camera must not be pointed within 15 degrees of the Sun. To preclude burning the photocathode. What it is _ere I was going to ask you about, Ed, I think I understaud it now. I - I understood what %o do. I wasn't clear what was going- in my mind, what was go_mg to take place. But we have IC_Gs INHIBIT right now, you see, Ed. So before I make my las_ entry on the maneuver, I got to AT_ HOLD CMG, or I push the switch 4o ATT HOLD CMG, but we're not in C - ATT HOLD, CMG. Okay. Because you've got CMGs INHIBI_ but it's supposed to change LOGI_ and m_e it mar or do - -

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PLT

SPT

The whole maneuver, you know, is the TACS.

PLT

It 's maneuvering correct.

with TACS, that 's

SPT

And then whqn you get out there,

_ice mice. tua__. !_u__.f,

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PLT SPT

0k_v. But otherwise, you're going to be saturating your CGMs if you have them ENABLED. Okay. 2565 six configurations.

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... out about

Okay, unstow 2 - $201, verify braeked is fully open. And takes about a 30 degree angle with the experiment to preclude the instrument being pointed at the Sun during observations and then pass $201 to EV-I. Do another. We can see it out of that STS window. I sure wish we had some kind of a coalignment mechanism we could work where we could align the telescope in there. We can probably get it all squared away and then do the same with the comet •

SPT

PLT

Yeah. I may have premature there.

been

Just a little

SPT

Well, I was looking with - yesterday, Bill, and I think maybe it was Just doesn't have the elongation. I think that we were - we had Just maneuvered - I Just had a nominal H-Cage. I'm doing a maneuver here now. Okay. K_T_. 0aky, there go to TACS. bomp. Boompity Stand by. Watch rates.

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PLT

SPT SPT PLT

SPT

Hey, let me see if I can watch those things fire. I got it. You can

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evidently only see them reflection at night. PLT PLT SPT X minus 370._ _.-.,. .......... 270 instead

off the

of 370.

Just be patient, Bill. Even under CMGs, iI find that those things have iquite a wide deviation. Yeah. Well, we're not in any trouble because the CMGs are in good shape.

PLT

PLT

The range is not what they gave me on the pad that's all. X equal minus 0.0370 and I got minus 0.0261 or thereabouts. Now wait a minute. Looks like you're ready there, Jer,

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PLT

SPT CDB

Yeah, Just about. not big rush.

There's

SPT

I was Just thinking about something. I want you to come on out and take a look at it later. And if things re_11y get bad well, I guess we can't do much. I was thinking about their recommendation of trying to deploy that sial say more - and we could probably tweak it a little bit by throwing a line around there and pulling it back down here. But I would suggest that - since we it's kinda short notice that we forego it and try to do the best we can with the - with the high beta.

SPT

CDR

We don't - ve don't know what the situation is on the brittleness of that ..... .

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SPT CDR

That 's right. You fool withthat split the w_ole middle. and you might down the

thing

SPT PLT CDR

That could be kind of bad news. I agree with you. That'd Just ruin you whole there. It'd ruin your whole stay. day right

SPT 363 19 23 02 PLT

Well, I hope I didn't put a wrong n_mher in there, I checked every one of era. Now, what kind of tether do you have on that? I'd like - I have the power cables serving as a tether right now. Oh, boy. Let's see - do we have any tether attach point anywhere? Oh, yeah. I'm sorry. I coulve handed it to you littlebetter, Oh, that's that - oh, okay. Let me try and get a wrist tether on it. That's all right. Just push it out a little bit further and I can - Well, no, I'd be putting it around something I'd have it take off again.

SPT

CDR

SPT

CDR

i

SPT

SPT

PLT

When you're some words.

ready, Ed, I can read Just let me know.

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SPT PLT

All right, go ahead. Okay. You're tethering S201. You're going to mount it on the near side of the ATM truss with

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the D-I handrail, and then tighten the clamp. That's right next to it's where you had the T025. SPT CDR Okay. And when you say near side -

The bottom. See, it's on the botton of it, hanging off. Oh, Okay, I see what you mean by that. The thing is that, when you lean out there, the ring - Just a second. - - the ring sights are sort of on the bottom. Okay, now make sure we got the - the cable is sort of loose, I don't want to Oh, yeah, there's lots - lots of cable. It will serve to be a thorn in our side when we come in. ... swinging with ... to me here. Why don't you tether it to those handies you're playing with? Instead of that. I think you're right. ... You had the handles. Well, I handed them to you first, but you didn't want them. I didn't even see om, Jer, they were not up. Oh yes, they were folded down, and I was too - I didn't know the gear well

SPT PLT

SPT PLT

SPT

CDR

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enough to realize looking at. PLT Wait until situation. Right. 0oooo0oooo]2. lle gets

that's

what

I was

a handle

on the

CDR MS PLT

I Just wanted to see if you'd gone to sleep. Who can sleep with Jokes like that! Yech ! (Laughter) Okay, I got some more words. I hope they're kind of words. (Laughter) If can - if canister adapter is not completely shaded, change spacecraft roll to do so. Okay, well we - You put the - the thing on there and get the little ring sight through there. Isn't S201 supposed to be between the two trusses, Billy No. It hangs off the bottom. not any more of those

SPT

CDR PLT CDR

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PLT SPT CDR

Okay. Yeah, otherwise, see, it's going to be looking solar, like that. Or I should say Z, llke that. Yeah.

PLT

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SPT

PLT

Okay, I Just wanted to pull the this thing down here to where I can tighten up the clamp. i Okay. Okay, you did take the front plate off. Is that affirm? Yes. 0kay. Let me take my wrist tether off now and tighten that thing up a little more by getting out of these ... There's a -let's see - No.

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CDR SPT

Now, they want me to take and point it plus-X tmtil the Sun - until we're ready to get that thing squared away. The power cable, Jet, you're right, is going - can be a bit of a bind. Yeah, let me do something. Yeah. There's got to he more feed here. I'm wondering if we can put it over here clip it underneath this little clothesline restraint here. Yeah, that's a good idea. That way it'll keep us free to move, but it'll keep us from knocking into it so much. Okay, now I got this thing - there is the Z direction. I want to move it - First of a11, let me get some ... with this gear. There is a tightening situation. I'm going to have to go through here.

CDR SPT CDR SPT

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SPT

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SPT

Actually,

that's kind of optimum right

there,in terms of tightness. I can move

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it around, CDR SPT

but yet it holds.

Yeah, that 's good then. I don't think I'll change ever, I'm getting snarled cable, _n't I? No, it ' okay. s Tell you what I'm going to do. Just put a little bit of extra underneath here, a little leader, if you will, so in case we slam into it, it will pull it out from underneath the tape rather than off of the connective. Let me darned so you shoes, here. open up the finder. And I'll be that this thing was sagaciously made can actllal ly work it in a pair of right from the old restraint system that al all. Howup in this power

CDR SPT

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SPT

PLT

Okay, Ed, do you have the ring size sight deployed? Yes, I do. I'm Just looking for the - Oh, I see. We're going to have to - Oh, we're going to be looking at it above the panel, so I will have to be out of my shoes. I had to get out of them. Yeah, I'm going to have to be down here somewhere. Oh, remind me next time they come up to dmscribe what we did not get in the way of that stuff above the - the door - the hinge light. That is, what they were getting, not really what they got. Aw, you know what's What? That some guy did not sagaciously of? think in the way?

SPT

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CDR _ SPT

I'ii bit. That bind that holds up the - sail. It looks as though it's right - it's going to be right in the field of view. Well, maybe - yeah. Can you look see what's prohibiting thing from rotating front? Is that the right panel? Yeah, that's going to be the right panel. He's going to make a minus-X rotation let's see. Yeah. Minus - positive_Z that way; minus-Z that way. Yeah, you're right. Also_ I'm going to have to move this support down a little bit, because the front of it is bumping into the handrail. Obviously this section - this ps_t would not work. Bill, looking at the handrail - Move a little. I think that'll clear a little Okay, we got about ll minutes left to go in darkness. How many? Eleven. Okay, thank you. Boy, it's going to take me every bit of that to work this thing out. I think as soon as the Stm comes up, it's going to be rather obvious. this

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CDR SFT

SPT

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so -

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SPT

Well, it's not the question of knowing where it's to be, Bill, it's a question getting it there. 0kay.

of

PLT 363 19 33 20 SPT

... is this rig here such that I've had to shuffle it around so I could actnally get it going - pointing in the right direction.

PLT SPT 363 19 3_ 5h SPT PLT

Oh, I see. A little further. Try that again. Well, this - this maneuver like it's at all perfect. doesn't look

CDR PLT SPT

Well, they said it wouldn't be, Bill. Yeah. Gol dang it. Why, they never figured this handrail. You can see it bent it up that far. That's the best we' re going to do. Right there. Let's see, how ... do we do this one? Well, that's not bad that way, is it? No, the be to of that's not too bad - right there. Now question is whether that's going to looking - See, if I've got to play it the right though, I'm a little bit out luck. That's - that's not - that's

SPT CDR SPT

Just not too bad though. 363 19 36 28 CDR Looks to me like you're pointing well well to the right. You're well above there well behind that panel. Yeah, we are now, Jer, sure are. We're supposed to be able to see the comet in the daytime? Is that the word?

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PLT

No. other

Well,

_hat's

w_at they

told us the ....

day, But we flat couldn't.

CDR

There's Jus_ too much - too much scattered light - too !much light around here Just ruined the _ark adaption. Okay, we kn_w it's right above the Sun. So that's where we our left/right, and we get our up/aown by the panel.

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SPT

CDR PLT

Okay,

how much time to go, Bill?

We've got al_out 7 minutes of darkness; the maneuvers start ramping down in about 5. Back of the c_,,and module, there it is. Okay, there's light; there's plus-X. Okay, we got two controls over here on the side for this thing, huh?

SPT

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PLT

That's correct. One of them is a power switch, and the other one is a start - or ru - excuse ime, a retest switch. Okay. And complete exposure sequence tskes a little over;6 minutes; and do we need three
sequences.

SPT PLT

SPT PLT

Okay. Most of the time'll be consumed like we did the other d_y probably - you being satisfied that you got the comet in the field of view.

SPT PLT

Okay.

:

And, you know, occulting the Stm. And you saw that picture though, last night. I'm still goinglby that. Yeah. Well, apparently you got to - Your - your up/down is controlled by - above the panel, and your left/right is by being centered on'the Sun-centered above the line

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where the S_n wouldproject panel. PLT Well, as I look at it there, sunset,

above

the

we saw the so if you see

the comet J_st after the Sun - 363 19 38 37 CC

Skylab, reading you loud and clear. Have you through Carnarvon and Honeysuckle 15 minutes. Roger, Story. The comet follows the Sun up. Yeah. So - we let lthe Sun come up, and we put it behind that panel and - Elongation right now.

CDR PLT SPT PLT

SPT CDR

Got $201 ou_, Story, pointed in a safe direction, iWe're Just waiting for sunrise. Story, is the elongation grees now? That's affirm. ... And, Story - The ... about what, 6 de-

SPT

CC SC CDR CC PLT B63 19 39 20 CC

How about ._., Story? If you're watching the rates there, well, we've been - I've been watching them bttild up very, very slowly from for about 270 to the nominal ST0 in X. And Just continue to build up!very, very slowly. I'd like for you to take a look at it. Okay.

PLT

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CC

I'm getting TACS firings now. starting to ramp it down.

I think it's

PLT

Okay, it 's looking like it 's - knows what it's doing now, Story. It's ramping good. Right. down now, Bill; we're still

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CC

PLT CC

Thank you.

Okay, and while you all are out there and got a moment, I'd like - I got some questions that are concerning the comet. Okay, go ahead , Story.

SPT CC

We'd like to get a tail orientation with respect to the Sun, and is the tail straight or bent? And are there two tails? Okay, Story i The only - Let's talk first about the - the sunward spike. That one appears to _e projected straight towards the Sun, as bes S I can tell. We'll try and get a better lo_k at it this next time around. From there going - as I look at it, the sunward tai_ is at - or the sunward spike is at arounf 5 degrees - 05:30, I'm sorry 5 or 05:30. _-We then go up to about 12 o'clock and that's the accent of the prim-ry tail, which spreads out around 20 degrees on either side i I cannot see any evidence of a second, well-distinct tail. There is a sunward spike ; the tail with the 20-degree spread. And then there is a diffuse material - very diffuse between the spike and _,mning from 5 or 05:30 all the way up to the tail the pr_m_y tail itself. The color is prim-_ily yellow. I cannot see a second tail. I know what they're looking for - the difference between the gas and the - the dust.

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SPT

CC SPT

Yes. I could not - could not distinguish it. We'll take another look this next itme.

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CDR 363 19 41 58 SPT

You don't have vel-y much

- -

You know toto look at it, Story, what you got to do is get dark adapted and then get right here behind the FAS and let the FAS occult the airglow. And you then got youself around 30 seconds or so to get a good look at it. Okay. inside Now later on today we can get back and settle down and we'll have both

CC

you and Jer draw a picture of the comet. And we'll get that on TV at a later date. SPT CC SPT CC Sounds like a very good way to do it, Story. So I - We'd like to - So next time - next time she goes up, both of you got a mental image of it and I think about putting that on paper. Okay, we certainly will. Will do.

SPT CDR 363 19 42 38 PLT

And depending on the attitude, I - I saw it on the last pass. I may be able to see it next time. I'd like a reeo_nendation on setting the Ha - the Easselblad up here in the MDA, if they think it would be of any value to get a frame with that.

PLT

When we're normelly in the SI attitude, can't see i% out of the MDA window. That's good_ Bill. We'll get some exposure settings up to you.

we

CC

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PLT

Okay. Looks like the maneuver's settling down fairly_well here. Okay, troops, 1 minute to go. ! Okay, we've got it pointed plus-X direction. off towards the

SPT

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CDR SPT PLT

Here comes da Sun flare! Okay, let's ihear the procedures there, Bill.

Okay. You know to keep the canister shaded. You've deployed the ring sights - And you know that when the eye is about 6 inches from the top sight - that is away away frc_ it - the two rings merge to form a ... - Bill, standby you a GO. on the CMGs until we give

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CC

PLT

Wilco. LooSen the alignment know and aim the camera at a point in the comet's tai.1. Well, of course, this is Just wishful thinking here - about 5 degrees downsun and e_sure the ATM solar panel is not in ring sight. Okay? Okay, you're maneuvering, going Bill. to have to do some more

SPT

PLT

Okay. And you will tighten the alignment know, et ceSera, et cetera. Now - let's see now. Okay, we have a we're looking at too much Sun. We're - Okay, I'm going to have to close the window, and besides _we're going to have to wait for a GO to turin on the CMGs. So stand by. Okay, Bill, You're GO for CMG control the tweak _Aneuver. Okay, understand. and

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PLT

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CC

PLT CDR SPT

Tell him I'm on m_ way.

Okay, he's on his way. Okay, Bill, gree s. put in aan additional 2 de-

PLT SPT

And that 's roll? The axis you've Yes, X. been maneuvering about.

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PLT

Okay, when ready CMG CONTROL Bill,

for tweak

maneuver,

enable

CC PLT SPT PLT

let it settle

out a little more.

... clear. 0kay. Okay. off. Bog, Story. How _d I'm waiting - I'm holding

the S020 look?

Is it shaded?

SPT

Yes.h, it's okay, if that's what you mean. Thing' s shaded? Is it shaded? If it - Could we - could we sneak in some S020 exposures? No. Okay. No, not at this - not at this m0ment. let's not play with that. Well, I didn't mean right now. Bill, you're GO for CMG control and then wait a little while to settle down before the tweak m_ueuver. Okay. Didn't say how long. 2 minutes. I'll wait about No,

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PLT

SPT PLT SPT

PLT CC

PLT

PLT

Allow 2 minutes for settling; then tweak plus - or minus-X as required. Wonder how long this cue card has been out here? Story, there's a cue card out here in the FAS Called comm lock between EV-1 and EV-2. Why _on't you ask them if they'd like us to bring iit in with us when we come in on our last lEVA? Copy, Jer. It's obviously been all browa l¢ok_._ out for some time. It's

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PLT

0kay, Ed. You're probably noticing attitude excursions. You may - The words we're Jer. Oh, okay.

small

CC

getting is it's glued in place,

CDR PLT

Bet we can get it up. it would Just

Probably so dang brittle break off.

SPT

Tell me when you're going to make that maneuver, because we're still looking at that Sun. I have to wait 2 minutes yet before I can start. Okay. Let's see now. Can you - can you envision whether it would be a plus or a minus? Is is it too much ... - CMGs are still taking the attitude error out. Hold on. Let me - let me take a look. Jer? ... - Rog, Story, I 'm holding off. I envision that tail's to me, is a right-hand wards X-Plus - - - ... that's the plus-X. Plus - X. That's what it says to me, yeah. Okay, that's what I got it - That's what I I have in mind, too. Okay, I'm having to wait here until the CMGs settle down. Let got to come up, which, rotation pointed to-

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me check these gimbals once we got one on the stop. CC PLT Bill, you're

again.

Okay,-

GO far the tweak

maneuvers. any

Okay. Beautiful. Now, do you have guesses or am I Just - Plus 2. I think plus'll do it. Try a plus 2.

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52030 _TER. CLEAR. 5 (whispering) E_'I'_ 020 EN'f_, CLEAR. 5 and the last - Bill, your 0 - minute time is confirmed. Okay. Right. The plus is zero, isn't it? •

CC PLT SPT PLT

Stand by - for - stand by for an ENTER on the tweak maneuver, Story. Okay, here we go, troops. See what happens. Okay. Okay. What does it -- - ... Did we guess Yeah. Good. Just a minute. Now let me tell you. right? it look like, Ed? Tell ms, does

SPT CC PLT

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Yes, we guessed right. It's moving. I don't think we guessed enough, but we guessed the right direction.

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SPT PLT SPT

That 's what

I thought, yeah.

Okay, we can do another one. I'd put in a 5 next time. went anywhere near enough. I don't think we

PLT CDR

Okay, I'ii put another one in. Okay, you through, Bill? You better put in 5 degrees. Well, look it Just - we're not through yet. Well, get spring - loaded for 5 and when it damps out, go. Yeah, it's hardly moved at all.

SPT

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It's enough'that I can now shield - When I move way doYn here, Jer, I can at least occult the Sun with the solar panel, which I could not do before. So we're going in the right direction, but we got quite a _ays to go. Yeah, yeah. i I can see that. through a wire bundle here. a couple of_'e s. Okay, give her 5, Bill. I'm sighting It moved down

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SPT PLT

Stand by. I'm going give her 5. It's r_nped - ramping down. I'm going give her another one. I Just put another one in, Story; 5 degrees this time. Okay. That's doing a little better now. to be another Jer.

CC SPT CDR

Yeah, it's moving. Still not going enough. Nope. Looks like it needs Well,
on.

5.

SPT

let's

Just take a look here,

Hold

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CDR PLT

It hasn't

moved

halfway

from where

it started.

It's still got a

fairly healthy rate, but - -

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SPT

Well, I " I don't _know, Jer. i,ve moved my head from here 2 feet along here, and it looks like we got about another foot to go. Foot m

PLT CDR SPT

We 're still :maneuvering. Yeah. Okay. pretty I think we're going to be pretty close on this one, Jet. in - getting in some wire

SPT

How're you doing bundles. We're Going ramping to need

PLT

down now, Ed. some more?

How's

it look?

CDR 363 19 51 06 SPT

Yeah, we're'going How about you guess, -ihow Jer?

to need more. about another 2? What do

CDR SPT CDR

I'd say 3 or 4. All right, _ake it 3. We moved down about three wire bundle units ; looks llke we got about two to go. Well, I stsa_ted with my head right down here, Jer. It moved essentially up to here, which is like 3 feet, and it looks like we got another foo_ to go. Okay, we're ... Maneuvering 2 degrees? Should have been 3. plus-X another 2 degree s, Story. maneuvering again.

SPT

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PLT SPT PLT SPT CDR PLT SPT

Oh, sorry a_out that. Qka_........

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CDR

That's all right. does.

Let's just see what it

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SPT

You all get a little reflection streets for the solar array.

of the -

PLT

Not only that but your Sun comes right through the cracks too. Yeah, a little bit. Tell us when we're there. Okay, we're ramping out, and I'm putting another one. Tell you what. Yeah, at least. halfway. Let's put in another 2. That only moved us about in

CDR SPT PLT

SPT CDR

SPT

I was getting ready to bet you some butter cookies. I'm glad I didn't. (Chuckle.) Here we go again. ... to work this orientation out at night. I'd hate to be trying to do all that at - at this point in. the game. Let's see now, the the camera's going to actually be a little bit below this. Yeah. So I think down? we're doing it. Are we ramping

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CDR SPT

PLT

Not yet_ I'll tell you. 70 percent ... Ah, Jer? Well - Skylab, we're about

CMG-2 is 80 - 70

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Think we canp robably go back l?

40 seconds

from LOS;

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about CDR CC CDR SPT

30 minutes

to Texas

at 20:24

- -

I can't tell_ I'm not in a position - - - Your momentum's looking good.

- - to where I can See. Okay, tell you what_ a look. Okay. Bill, I got some Hasselblad Good; go. Wide open, and the speed at 1/30. settings for you. inch down there and take

CDR 363 19 53 43 CC PLT CC PLT CDR PLT CDR PLT SPT

Copy. Yeah, maybe back 1 or - Let's see - Back l? Okay.

Let's Just see what it does. It's ramping down now. Story, one thing. We do have a scissors arm, which is in the field of view. So you will get a - a scissors, which is in the field of view, slthou_h the picture. it won't take out very much of

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Back how m_y Copy, Ed. 1 degree back?

... do you want?

I think 1 ought to do it, Bill. Tell us when that's set her up. ... minutes in and stable _nd will

PLT

- starting to maneuver.

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CDR

Okay. I donYt See any comet. I'm holding the Sun right at the tangency of the panel, and you don't see arching. Yeah. It's Just black. Well, that Sun coming through the panel is not helping. Yeah. There's too much light structure here. clouds down there are very reflective. It's ramping That looks down. good, Ed. The that crack in

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pretty

Okay, let's start setting her up. Okay, when tweak maneuver Gad: I sight how it looks. complete - -

down this side of the can; see

SPT CDR SPT

Yeah, I think you're right. In fact, it's about right. No. I think we've got to go another degree, Bill, back the other way. The - the degree you Just took out, put it back in there. Okay, Just a second, l'm going have to recheck m_ maneuver time. I Just put the Sorry about that. No sweat, i

PLT

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But as I look at it, I think Jerry's right. We got to be a little conservative here. I look at it above there, we got the Sun about one-half of the Sun peeking over the edge, which is like a quarter of a degree.

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So 1 degree just right. SPT CDR PLT SPT PLT 363 19 56 13 PLT SFT PLT SC SPT PLT SPT 363 19 56 31 PLT

ought

to Just about

occult

it

I think if I ... the gear, it ... Miss out on all those good photos. Here we go. Go ahead. Okay, watch it. Okay, number 2 outer gimbal is reading 75. Tell us when we're Okay. (Whispering) Ding, baby. Are they - It 's ramping down. Okay. Take a quick look at m_ gimbal ... counter's on the stop. Hell dang it.! ... My •.. forWard right here. Okay, what do you have? What's your opinion right now. I got a good attitude as far as the total spacecraft, but - Let see, ... where is the Sun relative to the Floating all around here. I'm trying to get further back here to sight along the can - Yeah, I can ... - I can give you a good perspective. here. Yesh, there, Bill.

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SPT

Okay, the Sun is right above that second •.. you're gonna face between first and second panel of the lar - for that of the larger wing there - the largest.

CDR SPT CDR SPT

Toward there iyet? Can you hold my Sure. i feet a moment, Jer?

Cause. I need a two-axls rotation in this darn thing. Okay, let me get in the shoes.

CDR CDR SPT CDR

At least in one of them. Hey, well, that's not so bad. You'll have to move your bod to the left little. I think I'veI think it. I'm ... i- Oh, okay; good. You got to ge a little I rank you pretty Okay. I think we got too much wing occulting it. Jer, if we go back 1 They
_ore

a

SPT

I've pretty

much

got

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further right

to my left. now.

stable

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CDR SPT PLT

said that we didn't
in the Coarse

need to use any

T.Aneuver.

SPT PLT

Bill, let me Just see - oh, darn it!

... it.

Okay, we do - so that I don't forget this, Jer, we do need the kill the EVA light. Okay. guess See I'm outside Ed. Are you - I you_can _11! the breaker.

CDR

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PLT SPT 363 19 59 07 PLT

I can - I can Why

do it. -" now? now before I

don't you Just do it right

Okay, let me do that one right forget about :it. Okay, now - looking seeing here, Jet. Yesh, that's;what

SPT

at the camera,

really

CDR SPT

I'm-

Yeah, they said to be a little conservative on it. And look, you got 6 degrees out in front of it - 6 degrees in the Sun ... - Yes, it's us,ally helmet right now. What ? If the Sun's Just peeking right over the edge, now. it's ... hit me right in the

CDR

SPT CDR

hit me in th_ helmet 363 19 59 38 SPT

Yeah. And that's about - about 10 degrees. But ... - All right, tell you what, Bill, let's take oSe rotation. Do what? Put one rotation the in back the opposite way

PLT SPT

- at the !minus. Stand by. a look here.

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Okay. Take

Tell you what you can do is I - I'll go out front and look at the front of the camera and tell you whether it's shaded or not. You know, if theAnd if the Sun line starts coming onto it, I'll holler at you, and you can snatch it in.

SPT

Okay. I tell you what you can also do is go on out thereiand ... it, but don't get your PCU in it. Well, that's probably not a very
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good idea. We don't-want to get gas in there, because otherwise we might get corona when we turn it on, like if you bump a ... bit. 363 20 00 37 CDR SPT Okay. Here we go. that power cable! Here

Watch - wa -:watch hold on. Okay. Well, it. Get it.

CDR SPT

I'ii Just hold

easy. to do

hold on, I'm not in a position

PLT SPT 363 20 00 51 PLT

We 're m_ueuverin_. Okay. We're free.

Okay.

We 're

... down - -

Gonna be Son of a ease off nlznber 3 That's Yeah. Okay.

a in little trouble here on gimbals. gun. No, here, I think we're gonna nOW 4 Looks llke I got n_m_ber 2 and both on a stop. Getting close to it. over, Jet.

SPT CDR PLT CDR

Just peeking

That's

gonna be about

it.

The sunrise _s peaked on to one corner about an inch - oh_ 2 inches, but it's not in the in the hole Where the lens is. ! Okay. i

SPT CDR 363 20 01 24 SPT

I'd say you'_e perfect. Okay, tell y_u what. Just - Just monitor that while I ;move it around in order to make sure we've gqt good alignment on it.

CDR SPT

Okay. It'll Just t_ke me a second here before _ do that. Okay. YOU csm't move to get stabilized

CDR

it into the sunrise

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now because of the rails you're safe. So, you're ation now. SPT 363 20 01 48 SPT Very good. Okay, outer

in your way. _ So,improving the situ-

I've got two gimbals on a stop. and the - my number 3 - -

The

SPT

Afraid I'm going to have to .°. the situation there. That ' good. s How - how stable does it look, Jer? 2 gimbals on a stop here. Let 's see. Well, we're not - we're not squirreling around, are we? No, I don't see any - The shadow's moving on the _ camera at all. How's your attitude error doing? not I got

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SPT PLT

Stand by. 01_, I forgot to call up attitude error. D_mn - Just a second. Time, 29: OB. i Man, that's that's a call now, Ed. We're in good shape. Okay. And as far as I can tell, should be. Okay. that's where it

CDR

PLT 363 20 02 36 SPT

PLT CDR PLT SPT

We're in great shape on attitude S.

Very good. ... fast. Let's see if I can tighten that thing up without - -

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CDR SPT 363 20 02 47 PLT

Oh, I wouldn't, Ed. - - Well, okay. day and moved the whole

I did that the other thing. Okay, I ho_ I don't think about. Okay.

SPT PLT

I can hit these switches. you have anything to worry

SPT 363 20 02 54 PLT SPT

Tell you what.

You Just - -

POWER switch ON. All right, let me get configured here. I don't want it to react against the - ... Don't forget to ... - .o e

M_

CREW CDR PLT CDR SPT

9 seconds ....

35.

Okay, POWER switch is ON. Stand by. Looks good, iEd. From here, anyway.

Oks,v. Let me move back here. I want to take a look _at the - - place where the Stm's hitting solar panel once again. Okay. Oh, yeah. Yeah i that's gonna be good. It's petrel. Okay. Couldn't be any closer. I think we've got it good.

CDR SPT PLT SPT 363 20 03 37 CDR PLT

I don't think so. Okay.

POWER is ON. And on m_ mark you can

POWER switch ON.

hit the RESETswitch to START.

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SPT

All right. Just let me get squared away here, so I don't disturb it when I do it. Okay. Okay. Ready. Stand by.

SPT PLT 363 20 04 15 PLT

MARK. Okay,aud the time is 20:04:17. • .. to START,! and I've got a timer running A slight amount of oscillation there at the beglnnin@ .... out now. I would say we have two s_conds or so of very slight oscillation. I'm not supposed to be able to see a light, am I? I don't think so. Don't worry a_out it. You see the white light flashing when it starts - when it starts some af those sequences. But that green light i_ not green; it's brown, and it's not bright enough to see. So if you saw the white light start flashing when you first - -

- -

CDR

SPT

CDR PLT

SPT

I did not. I could not - I was not down in the field of view. Well, don't worry. We'll Just watch it on the next time around. We've got nothing to do with the flash. Jerry, are those or sequences here? Yes. Once in a while it'll go ..° - Once in a while. Okay. You can keep your eye on it. We do have a slight

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CDR SPT CREW PLT SPT

Ah, it's not too good. attitude error. Hc_ lar gash

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PLT

Let's see. plus 0022.

Plus point

- or excuse

me -

SPT PLT SPT

Ah, that's all right. Not bad. If that starts because that's increasing, - let us know

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We do have two gimbals on the stop, and I - I've been watching it. And it's - I guess it's the Z attitude error is started to build up very, very slightly° How - how's ithe X attitude error? It ' fine. s Okay, that's the one we've gotta - I don't think you have to worry about it - - - well, X is the one we've gotta watch because if that one - We don't have to worry about turning any power on in that air - in the input station do we, Jer? Well, let me check and see. I don't think it's on, now that you mention it. The UTILITY POWER. We may have to start this one over. Ok - Steer me around the power cord. I've done m_ thing out here and so I ought to get out of the way, anyway. Well Okay. Just watch the cord. back dow towards me. All right. Okay, I'm gonna have to let go in order to keep from elbowing the experiment. Bring yourself

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PLT CDR

PLT SPT

CDR CDR

Dump Tape 363-09 Page 33 of 57 z SPT SPT Okay. I got:you. Don't move - don't move

Just a minute. fast. Okay.

CDR SPT

Okay. Why 6[on't you go on in there and see what the condition of that POWER switch is. We only have a 1 minute here anyway, and-Till what? Till the en_ of this sequence. I don't think we got the sequence if we don't have any power on, Bill. I don't think Yeah. 0kay. the power's on, Bill. and 20 seconds to go

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SPT PLT SPT

CDR PLT CDR

Okay, I'm tangled up in the cord now. Ah, that's beautlfu_l (chuckle). There we go. Nope, UTILITY POWER is OFF. Let me turn off first.

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Don't turn it ON. Okay. i

Okay, it ' off. s All right. 0kay. All right, it's ON. on, and I managed slightly. to Here comes the POWER, ON.

Power here coming move the pointing Okay. timer

PLT

Now when you're ready, I've got the set again.

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CDR SPT 363 20 08 31 SPT

All right. Okay. Just a minute. switch is ON, and we'll

Okay. Now, POWER try a START. Let me know. Ed.

PLT

You - let give you the count,

8FT

Just a minute. Let me give you the - the marks till you - Okay. Fine. I go. Just give me

FLT SPT PLT

Ah, here

On RESET switch to START. the -m_k. Okay, Just a minute to it. Okay. MARK. Got it? Yeah. Okay. We got plenty On my mark. Okay, it's going. here.

SPT

I'll get hack

SPT 363 20 09 38 SFT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT

See the little

white

light

flashy

of time; light do?

no big rush.

What does that white

It's signaling the sequencing variolls - How long after you hit that exposing? l_dlately. Ah, that's _oo bad because

of the

SFT

does it start

PLT SPT

I probably

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CDR SPT 363 20 08 31 SPT

All right Okay. Just a minute.

PLT

Okay. Now, _OWER switch is ON, and we'll try a START. i Let me know. You - let give you the count, Ed. Just a minute. Let me give you the - the marks till yOu - ! Okay. Fine .i Ah, here I do. On RESET sw_tch to START. the mark. Okay, Just 4 minute here. to it. Okay. MARK. Got it? Yeah. Okay. What We get plenty of time; no big rush. does that white light do? of the On m_ mark. 0kay_ it's going. white light flash? Just give me

SPT

PLT SPT PLT

SPT

I'll get back

SPT 363 20 09 38 SPT PLT SPT PLT SPT PLT

See the little

It's signaling the sequencing various - How long after you hit that exposing? Immediately. Ah, that's too bad because

SPT

does it start

PLT SPT

I probably

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had around - oh, about 2 seconds oscillation !again in there. 363 20 lO 07 PLT

of

Well, I don't think - that is not a fine - spatially resolved instrument. It 's pretty igood. Of course, it 's - what it's -we're looking for is space features, though. You're right. About 20 times more sensitive thau the norm_1 Wo - if you can, sort of keep an eye on that solar l_anel. We're - we're starting to develop a smut I rate in X. All right. Let me try to try to get back around there I 'll - Not - not a rate; an attitude error. Okay. We got both outer gimbals on stop. Smile, Ed. You're on Candid Camera. Reach up and look like you're touching something. Boy, I hate to be. What is this readout in attitude error? That's the gro - point for a tenth of a degree. Which - which nt_nber is the tenth? The last one is the tenth. Okay. We're 1.7 in X. 9-1/2 degrees out in Z and

SPT

PLT

'-:

SPT

PLT SPT PLT CDR

SPT 363 20 ll 15 PLT SPT

PLT SPT PLT

SPT

Let's see. Oh, you never - oh, heck. Yeah, this thing has drifted way - drift - no, no wait a minute. Oh, it's moved way down,

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....

Jet. We're !off. Gall dang it. J_st see it 'moving rlght along. PLT Okay. We'r_ sacked - we're 2 gimbals o_ a stop. All right. We got a - _ minute to go. sunlight in ithe instrument?

I can

on - we got

SPT 363 20 12 05 PLT

Is there

CDR SPT PLT

No, it's dri_ftinghe other way. t No, it's dr_fting the other way, but - I'd - I'_ s_y go ahead and finish this sequence, i

SPT

Well, I don'_ know what happens, whether you save _ film when you stop it.

PLT

Well, you d_, but I don't think it really ma_es that _ you know - you're probably still in th_ - the hydrogen cloud, or whatever it _s. Yeah. I doubt it. The error is built up quite large. _ All right. What's it say when you build up that large error? 0ks_. It s_s you go back to SI. . ,

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PLT SPT

Ah, that's _ shame. Got this thing all rigged up, Jhst perfect pointing. If gimbals approach their stops, and/or attitude error exceeds 0.5 degrees in any axis, DAS - Okay, we're gonna have to do this. Bill, there _oes one d_y site. try it again next time. Let's

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PLT

Machine tome) There's the alarm. Just minute, let me puch that thing off.

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SPT-EVA PLT

What

was it Bill?

ACS MALF and CLUSTEH ATT. Okay, I ,lust did the l_lilBIT 6_G CONm_OL nominal H-cage. If ,$201 is operatin_ at this time, point the instrument well out oW the Sire - -

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Let me turn the POWER - _h_n the POWER OF_.

S_ring it to %he - - - and - i direction.

- - opposite *** shame.

You know I could have done a - lookin_ at this now, after we did all those maneuvers, I thought we were in Rood shade though. Yeah, you go_ to keep error, Bill. i But we were all right, first got there. How were an eye on the attitude

-

SPT-EVA

PLT

_ou see, when we

SPT-EVA PLT

we when we started

the exposures?

We were off about 2 de_rees in Z and about, on, 2/10 of a degree in X.

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Yeah. So, it looke@ And - Yeah. Well you know the first 3-1/4 minutes is what counts in this thln_. The next minutes are mothing but one frame soaking up a lot of photon. like it may be all right.

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PLT

Well yeah, t_at's up to me to tell Mm. See dl was - at the same time we got the warning tone, the other there was the TIMER. tone you heard

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Okay.

Zooming

in.

Want to take that cord and put it under the clip again? Oh yeah. How much Okay. enough time left in day, Bill?

PLT SPT-EVA PLT

You've got 26 minutes. We do have time, if I can get you back to attitude. time you got in?

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT

What - what _a_euver Zero. Oh, Jesus. _Hey don't

do that. You're asking me That wasn't the

No. Just a!second. what time I had in. time I woul_ i use. Okay.

SPT-EVA PLT

I had put in the - no, in fact I do. I have a 23 -:20 minute maneuver time for the maneuver back to SOLAR INERTIAL. Procedure says put that time in there as soon as I got through with the comet - fine poln_Ing. Okay. Now we are settling down here. 'Do you have - -

CDR-EVA 363 20 15 35 PLT

How much

d_light

is left?

25, 25 minuses. Now, my question to you, Ed is can -iare we close enough that you can tweak me in? To where?

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To put th@ - the Sol_ Sun again? i

panel

occulting

_he

SPT-EVA

Oh. What dq you do, _y? had to go b_ck to Si.

I thought

you

PLT

Well, not n@cessari_y. The procedure says, if gimbals approach their stops and/or attitude error exceeds 0.5 degrees in any axis, INHIBIT CMG control, do a nnm_nal H-CAGE. IfiS201 is operating, point it away -Oh. 0kay.

SPT-EVA PLT

- - 5 minutes after the nominal H-CAGE ENABLE CMG 0NTROL. If $201 is - was interrupted, and resume epoint - repoint xposure. We toward comet

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Okay,

yeah.

can do that again.

Okay now. What you've got to do is go - But tive X was he one which occulted you got to :o negative X, and I'm i degrees o_ so ought to do it, i the posiit, so guessing to 2 de-

4 :.

grees. Whyidon't you put in 2 and then we'll know _hat - we got something to back up if we ha_e CDR-EVA to. in front _

You want me Ito get out there again, Ed, and look? Yes/u, I thi_k Okay. So - Oh, that doggone SOP is loose that's

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA PLT

a good way, Jerry.

in here. us

Yeah, I knew one of thes@
i

that was going days.

to haunt

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What is?

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CDR-EVA

Oh, that sp@re SOP that's in here. about ready !to drift out the hatch. How was it @ethered? It wasn't, i

It's

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Just take o_e of these dog leashes aud put it around that light over there, Jerthat light protector. Okay, Ed, I!m sorry. to go - in _egative? Negative 2. ! Okay, Jer, you're going to have to turn to your - hold!it, hold it. You're - you're you're - yo_'re all bound up in there. (Laughter). i You're telling me. Hold on. DOn't - don't - don't move beWhich way did you say

PLT

SPT SPT

CDR SPT

cause you g@t the power cable taut. Let me get you out iof this thing. First of all this DAC - _omehow you got in the center here. Yes, sir. That. Okay, now, let me Just give you a GCA to get you out of that snarl. You got to go clockwise to your right. Okay, now wait a minute - now wait a minute - wait a minute. _ower cable again here. There's something ._. Did you see it, or you can't? CDR SPT Yeah. Tell you what to do, disconnect the power cable. Turn the power off and disconnect power cablelif you can. That - you see, underneath there, Jer. Oks_v. That's probably the easiest way - safest way. your umbilical

SPT

CDR STP %3 20 19 22 SPT

Okay, now here, let me Just pull on that power cmble, and I_ll •pull it out towards

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me and then lyou can do your CDR SPT SPT SPT Which way? Z Take a look_at Again, you again.

whifferdill.

-

l'd _ay to your right.

Stop; wrong i other right. Guess what I really ough$ to do is - to - Think if you Okay yeah, I think you pretty much clear now. After_this last one I would stuff some of your umb_licsl into your - You got too much in the_e. Well ... you'll be coming out again. Whyidon't you Just come on out?

CDR

Let's get t_is power cable in this time. Don't want $o mess right. that up again. You're going to have to do

SPT

Oh that's that.

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CDR

Okay, it's on. Okay, now I'll try to go out over the top of it this time. That's right. I think you got the right idea there. You go on out slow, and I'll watch your _bilical. All right. Okay, up tolyour left. Umbilical is good. Watch your left foot - or your right foot. There you gg" Watch both feet. Watch your right knee (laughter). go. Okay, now, let's see how that did us. There you maneuver

SPT

CDR SPT

SPT

PLT

Haven't started it yet, but the nominal H-CAGE is bringing us back I think. I'll tell what, that nominal H-CAGE ... brought us right back to where we were. Ed, why don't you put it back in position now, and I'll watch the shadow? And if it st.arts tQ head _fgr ._he camera, l'll yell,

SPT

CDR

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PLT SPT

Okay - I think We're oks_v because that nominal H-CAGE has safely allowed us to null our attitude errors, and we had a good attitude turning. 0kay, I'm going to wait about another minute.

PLT SPT PLT

What does the attitude Attitude degrees error

error look like? of a

is down is to 2/10

in X, so you should be

in good shape.

SPT 363 20 21 50 PLT SPT CDR

But is it decreasing? Yes it is. Well - Oh that's good. Whoa, more into the Sun. I'm not. don't point it any

PLT CDR

I'm - all I'm going to do - -

No, Ed. You didn't have to snatch it, Ed. It was - it was doing all right. Just Not any worse. 0kay. Okay, now there's some more TACS firings. I'm going to wait another couple of minutes, Ed, before I reenable CMGs. Well - Ed, you're - you're in good shape.

SPT 363 20 22 01 PLT

CDR PLT

We' re in - looks right now.

like we' re in fat city

CDR

0kay. Fine, Ed. The handrail 's going to keep you from getting in trouble. That's good. Let me - let me get down here and start making some - tweaking this one up here.

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CDR PLT

Very

good up here.

Okay, I'm going to reenable CMGs. We're The attitude errors are zero X, 1.9 Y, 1.9 Z, which are _mmaterial. We're going to reenable CMGs. And things are looking pretty stable right now. Are the rates - are the attitude errors in Y and Z coming out?

SPT

PLT SPT 363 20 23 04 PLT SPT PLT CDR PLT SPT

No.

Well Just a minute.

Stand by.

They should. Yes they are. Okay. So, why don't we wait til those are out? You're looking good, Ed. By George, that procedure works. They're starting to come out.

Yep, I thought that we were going to have to go back to SI, and we were blowing the whole hall game. Okay, the sooner we can start, the better. I realize that, Jer, but I Tell us what the rates - or attitude are. errors

CDR PLT SPT

PLT

Attitude errors are now less than 1/2 a degree. Let 's press. Well okay, Just - That's - they're cal thing. zero in X; that's the criti-

SPT PLT

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SPT-EVA

Well, you don't want to get a picture of something moving. They're gonna be out in Just a minute. We'll be ready to go. Now you got the POWER, ON inside there, Jer?

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CDR-EVA PLT

Yes,

it's ON.

Okay, our rates - our attitude errors are down less than 0.2 of a degree, X is 0.2, Y and Z are now zero. X is now 0.1. I say we're in good shape. Okay. All right - I'll - Give me a mark. Well, Okay. I gotta turn POWER back ON here again.

SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT-EVA PLT SPT PLT

POWER switch, ON. looks good. Attitude errors you start.

Because the pointing

The pointing looks very good. are zero, and let me know when

SPT-EVA

Okay, I got the - Looks good. Okay, you wanna move out of the way, Jer? Yeah, I'm well out of the way. Okay. Okay, Bill, I'll give you a mark here. How's the attitude? Attitude errors are zero. Okay, we Just saw that thing blink. Yeah, picking up where it was before. Let's wait'll this sequence, whatever it is, settles out. Well, you can Just hit RESTART; over. Do that. All right. it'll start

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA

CDR-EVA

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Skylab, reading you loud and clear, stateside 15 minutes - Okay, now it's starting.

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CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA 36B 20 25 15 SPT-EVA CDR'EVA

Oks_. Tell me when. Roger, Now. We had a problem with attitudes. We got started with our first 201 exposure and the attitude started drifting off. So we had to terminate and get back on the attitude again. And we're Just starting a new exposure. Understand
Jet.

Story--

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this

is the second

sequence,

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Yes/u, we're Copy.

starting

a now sequence

now.

Okay, we're going up over - The Yucatan Peninsula is coming up. Story, would you tell me what the exposure protocol isl here? What I'd llke to know is whether we got a few good ones off on the first c_e before we started drifting out. You take a few You're That's short-duration ones first?

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CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CC SPT-EVA

rigi_t, Jet - affirmative, Ed.

Okay, I think we got a few good ones off initially. However, when you do this, Story, you've got about 2 seconds of Jitter in here while you're hitting the RESET switch. And then it c_Im.q down. Okay, the attitude's holding steady and the shadow's very good. It's only about a half inch from the aperture ther - in the end of the canister.

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SPT-EVA CREW CC

Very

good.

... -Okay, did you have to go POWER, OFF and get the instrument off the Sun. Say again, Story.

SPT-EVA PLT

Negative, Story. We had both outer gimbals on the stop; I had to do a n_ninal H-CAGE and reacquire attitude. The drift was taking us, Story, so that we were - got more occultation of the Sun by the solar panel. So we had no worry there. We did turn_ the instrument off before we finished the first sequence and pointed it toward plus X. I think we're getting a good one this time though, Story.

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About how f&r into the 3-minute sequences were you wh@n you had to do that, Ed? Well, we started drifting out probably around - What? About 30, 40 seconds, maybe minute or so? About a minute , I would say. 2 minutes is

SPT-EVA

a

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

Okay, then .I imagine when we - -i 2 - 1/2.

around

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

- - ... probably hit the POWER, 0FF. Do you think we can get something if we try for a fourth sequence. Is there any film in there, under those_ conditions, Story? Okay, Ed, our attitude is _, till very good. s We have 58 seconds to go in this sequence. And I will talk you through the: next exposure. Bill, these are 3 - 3-minute sequences we're doing? Well, it's 205 seconds. or a 6-minute

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That's 3 minutes - 3 minutes and _h seconds. 03:25. And after an exposure sequence is complete, we recheck the - the aiming, which is right now pretty good, and then start the second - or next sequence; RESET switch to start - Bill, Houston. Go, Story. Like i0 degrees Roger. How's Looks clockwise on the REG BUS 2. to go. Bill?

CC PLT CC PLT SPT-EVA CDR-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Got about the attitude

20 seconds errors Ed. It's

looking,

great Iup here, real

It's looking

good.

all zeros.

I've got the best - the best angle here to tell you what they are. It hasn't moved a fraction of an inch. Okay, very good. stable across the

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The shadow's very, very corner of the camera.

PLT

Okay, you do not - you do not hit there's the tone. You do not have to hit the STOP switch. All you do is hit the START switch again and let me set up the timer. Okay, I'll give you a mark. Stand by -

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MARK. Okay. Okay, I got it. that was 29:20 - K that time.

a little better

- - 20:29:20 is,

was the time on that.

So m_ question

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Page 48 of 57 SPT-EVA Story, I'd say we got pretty on this.- We can see exactly good pointing where the

Sun is relative to the solar pane. So I think we know where we want it. We've got the Sun Just - Or the solar panel Just slightly Just tangen_ and slightly inside the field of view. E_sentially, we do have a scissors ar_ which is in there, but it's only in the!top portion and does not obsure very much o_ the total field of view. CC Okay, copy,iEd. norm_l sequ@nces Okay, Story_ will And we'd Just like the three on S201. do.

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And, Bill, for your return to SI, we'd like to see the 20-minute maneuver time in this. I Just finished it. Okay, this is the last one then, assuming that first one was good. You know the proble_ is, we probably building up_ in that first one. Yeah.
J

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Hey, we're Over M_. Looking right down on the Florida Keyes, Mi_ - the whole southern end of Florida. Your maneuver Boy, I'll say. Roger. Story, for the Earth Observation guys, I saw no indications of the Yucation current. The area there is quite clear. And neither in sun@lint nor in area of plankton blooming was there any indications of the Yucatan current. time' s confirmed, Look at that. Bill.

CC SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

SPT-EVA

Boy,

look at those

cloud

streets

coming

across

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Florida; Just east and west all the way 9rom the souther tip, all the way to the - all the way up to about CDR-EVA SPT-EVA Apalachicola. The ole Cape down there ; this whole got stated. Yep. I want to get m_ Hasselblad. Oh, I guess I'd better get - get ready to Okay, Bill? how much daylight do we have left, thing the Florida boundary.

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SPT-EVA

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9 minutes. , Okay, how we doing this thing? 37 seconds ._ Okay, your !attitude's very good. hasn't moved. The shadow in terms of time on

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Okay stand :y_ for a m_rk on a completion. Okay, did _ see anything so, ED. these white of the sequence. upon completion?

I don't th_nk

Story, we'_e been getting flashes at _the begginning
i

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA CDB-EVA

You didn't or Did. Okay, there's Fear - Okay - - - Pamlico

you did?

Cape Lookout

and Cape

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PLT CDR-EVA

Okay,

that's

it.

_qat should air station,

it complete. Cherry

And Marine Point.

Corps

PLT

Okay, now when $201 data take complete point $201 away @_om the Sun. Okay, I'm getting ready to go .... ATT hold, CMG to recenter deadband and then I'm going to INHIBIT CMG. We're going to go SOLAR INEIt[TAL. So we going t_Okay - - - key maneuve here - ... you better
m --

SPT-EV_ PLT CDR-EVA

point

201 in a safe direction

SPT-EVA CDR-EVA

Yes/a, will

do.

Let's

turn

the POWER,

OFF.

All right, iet me get down out of here and

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POWER is OFF. Let's put it over here to minus X-no,i plus X. Okay - Okay, I'm ready to hit the SI switch. It's pointe4, INERIAL go ahead. now. Okay.'

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SOLAR

Sure am gl_d we got these photos of this one. This one iS going to give you some good information. Pretty sensitive instruments. Okay, I have some more we'll ... - -

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... tailover,

see it. on 201 for

You ready for some procedures putting it !up? ...... Yes, sir.

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Roll spacefas - spacecraft back to SOLAR INERTIAL and that's in work. Loosen adjustment 30 degrees Nmob off. Set experiment and tighten knob. about

SPT-EVA PLT

0kay. Place wrist _tether on 201 and so forth. doing is bringing it back

And all you!re into - CC PLT CC Skylab,

Houston.

Go ahead, Story. Can you verify clear. that you got the $230

CDR-EVA

That's negative, Story. The $230 cllp was missing. About the only thing we can think is that the cllp must have gotten knocked off on the last EVA while we - by the t, nbilical or something. And we never saw it, but'we can verify that the clip was there u_ until Just about the last EVA or before t_at because we have seen it out the - Oh, g_lly. I can't remember which number _rlndgw it is, but one of the STS windows you_,,l_could see - we could see the clip. But apparently on the last EVA, one of the umbillcals _ust : have brushed it off.

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Copy.

And we'll be able to tell, Story, because I took the comtaination photographs of the $230 out the STS :window. ... Before the first EVA and after the first EVA. So we should be able to pin it down pretty well when we 're done.

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Pit

Okay, 5 minutes until sunset, l'm going to get the Hasselblad and fix it up. Have you got the power cord disconnected, Jer, POWER, OFF, and the cord disconnected? 8tand by, iti's in work. discon-

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Okay, POWER is OFF and the cord's nected.

SPT-EVA

Okay, I'll tell you what, why don't you take the instrument and I'll try to get the power cord squared away for you. Okay. Bill, I, had a fire we in here. ••• - ... stable, i Jet. sensor light on

CDR-EVA

PLT SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA SPT-EVA

That 's normal. 0kay. When you get a hold tether off. I have it. You got it? I have both Okay. don't of them inhibited. on for a while? I of it I'll take my wrist

CDR-EVA SPT-EVA PLT CDR-EVA

Has that been think it has.

PLT SPT-EVA

They usually

come on during EVA.

Yes, I think they came on in the last half hour. Oh, let me get the cable out of the

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clip. Okay,_ there's no rush on that cable. It's going to take me a minute to get over here. 363 20 37 ll SPT I want to take a look again at that part where we pulled the - the covering off up here. z Story, the psrt which we pulled off above the hinge line on the airlock hatch - was part of that believed to be originally in the Sun? That's affirm. part SPT Part of it in the Sun and

SPT

CC

of it i_ the shade.

Well, the whole thing has a pretty uniform color. We d_d that at night, Story, but I could see wh_re it was. We're not in solar inertial now but it looks by projection that it's going to be pretty close if even the tip of it was in the Sun.

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You know wha_ we ought to get. be a beautlfIul one right here. Ed, 3 inches out of that posed to be in the Sun.

This would

CC

50 inches was sup-

SPT

3 inches? Tell you what, I can see it now. I can see th_ graduation where that - where the sunlight Iis and there's a miscalculation there somowh_re, Story, because that was not in the Sun. You've probably missed it by about an inch. Okay, we're hO seconds to LOS 5 minutes to Madrid. Be dtmzping the data voice there. Okay. Now S020. Story, there is another place right above there. It's between F9 and where the hatch locks are snapped into. That has got about 3 inches worth of Sun, 3 inches not Sun. And it's got covering underneath it. I think if

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we had a pair of scissors we could very easily snip along a distance of around 6 inches and bring you back the kind of sample you want. And underneath it is more insulation so it doesn't look to be a thermal problem. SPT 363 20 40 02 CDR SPT CDR SPT Story, did you copy? I think he's going over the hill right now.

All right. It doesn't matter. It's on tape, Ed.

... we have a pair of scissors with us anyway, do we. Yes, we do. Oh, where are they? In the pouch. ... we had a - we got a temperature to take, too. That 's right. Yes, but now this thing is not in the right attitude. I think they ... have the exposure attitude. Don;t they, Jer? ... No, I think light pass. That's what it Just says during the daything

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it says.

But they ass_-,e that the thing is - is - is not off-pointed. I'll tell you what. We
can ...

CDR SPT

You're

ass_ug

what

they're

ass1_m_ug.

We can (laughter) ... You put it well.

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CDR SPT

(Laughter) All right. We can go ahead and take a temperature and if they don't like it we can give them another one. How much time left, Jer and Bill?

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SPT

PLT CDR SPT PLT SPT CDR SPT

About 25 seconds. Shoot. Oh, shoot. I'm getting Yes, Here Come on, let's _i_eadyto watch ... for the comet.

I wish _ had known it com_s, Ed.

that.

I can't ever, get out here to see it because of we're - we're not at SI. Here comes what, Jer?

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SPT CDR SPT

The thermom_t er. Oh, let's forget the thermometer moment. I can't. I got it in my hand. for a

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(Laughter) Well, cc_e on out ... (Laughter) ... you forget it.

Come on out here with it, Jer. Okay. Come on, re_l quick. I'm hurrying| One does not hurry in this game, I'm finding out very quickly. Okay, I see it. Boy_ that sunward S_k_ r_ally ......

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CDR SPT CDR

Did you see it, Ed? Yes, but I got the darn horizon. I'll tell y_u what, Ed. Let's get a quick visual on on S020 as soon as that thing sets anyws_. And we can tell them when we got it how close it was to sunset. They needed _a little thermal there. That's it. inertia in

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PLT CDR SPT PLT

Tt's going into the airglow.

Okay, here Ed. Oh, shoot. _I'm trying to remember.

I could see the sunward spike down into the airglow. Okay, was that sunward spike directly towards the Sun, Bill? I - I don't think Do you thinM Yes. The tail itself looked as though it was anti,sun but the sunward spike was not. was inclined a little bit to the right? Yes, that 's correct. Okay. That's what I envisioned. so. off a little bit?

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PLT SPT PLT SPT

it was

It

PLT CDR SPT CDR

Okay, Jer, where is that little fellow? Why, he's turned one way or the other. Here you goj Okay, cam you turn some lights on? Oh even if it were you got yo1_r thnmh it. You found it? on

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I got it. .......... All right. 0k_y, again, Bill must h_ve i would _ou put the breakers on, please? I pulled in so we the breakers pulled

SPT

Bill,

can turn th_ lights 363 20 44 04 PLT Okay. The _ights the breaker_ ...

should be on.

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Your - improving; assuming.

SPT

We can (laughter) - you put it well. (Laughter) All right. We can go ahead and take our temperatures and if they don't like it, we can give them another one. How much time left here ... Bill? About 25 seconds.

PLT SPT PLT

I'll ... I'm getting ready to watch comet. Yes, I wish I'd known that. Here it comes, Ed. I can't eyed get out there to see it because if we're ... SI. Here comes what, Jer? The thermometer. Oh, let's forget the thermometer a moment. I can't. I got it in my hand. for for the

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Well, come on out - I can't - - come Okay. Come on; real quick. forget it. it, Jet.

out here with

I 'm hurrying. One does not hurry in this finding out very quickly. game, I'm

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PLT

Okay, I see it. ... comes out. You see it, Ed?

Boy, that Sun was

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CDR SPT CDR

Yeah, but I got the darn horizon. I'll tell you what, Ed, let's get a quick measurement on S020 as soon as that thing starts anyway. And we can tell them where we got it ; how close it was to sunset. Maybe there's a little thermal inertia in there. That's it. glow. It's going into the air-

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CDR /-_, SPT PLT

Okay, here, Ed. Ah shoot! I'm trying to remember.

I can see the Sun ward spike down in to the airglow. Okay, was that Sun ward spike directly toward the sun, Bill? I don't think so. Do you think it was off a little bit? Yeah. The tail itself looked as though it was anti-Sun but the Sunward spike was not, and was inclined a little bit to the right. Yes, that's correct.

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PLT SPT PLT 363 20 42 57 SPT

PLT SPT

Okay, that's what I envisioned. Okay, Jet, where is that little fellow? Behind - turned Here you go. one way or the other.

CDR /_ SPT

Okay, can you turn some lights on?

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No .... I got it. All right. Bill must again.

you

got your

thumb

in it?

have

the

breakers

pulled

SPT

Bill, will you put the we can turn the lights Okay. The pulled the All right. Okay, Bill, tions,

breakers in on, please?

so

PLT

lights should be on. I breaker to - wait a minute. That should have them. got it. Hello, Story.

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that's read

the

thermometer are any.

instruc-

.... PLT CC SPT

if there

Okay,

stand by i.

Go ahead. Okay, Story, we did not have S20 [sic] pointed at the Sun during this last sequence because we moved it out of the way for working 201. Do they want a temperature measurement now, at the end, even though we've gone into dark or would they prefer to wait for the next orbit?

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Stand by i. It says do it during the daylight pass.

Yeah, I know that, didn't have time.

Bill, hut we Just This is a nine or we're gonna end

ten thing. I suspect up not doing it. SPT _f

Well we could give you 20 exposures of this orbit and get - get that done and I'ii be all set then.

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Ed, you can go ahead and get the temperature on the S020 right now. Thank you. Okay, Story. Then - and are you gonna leave us out to do some more S020 exposures? No, no more exposures on that and leave that thermal cover. If we do anything on that at all, we'll do that the next EVA. Okay. Okay. Okay. Do the following procedure: Ev-2 retrieve thermometer from - from airlocknodulepouch next to panel 316 and pass to EV-1. Okay, he's got it. EV-1, tether thermometer. Take temperature measurement on S020 backplate at base of film advance know. Hold probe on backplate for 30 seconds for temp stab ; voice record temp. All right. Okay, Story, I think that we're going to be rapping it up pretty soon and maybe get some more S020's the next time around. That ' it, Ed. s Is it on? Is what on? The temperature. No, you don't hold it on. You put the thingon andthen - thenput it up.

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Okay. Okay, I got it - I got it on tere, Bill. Why don't you Just tell me how long the 30 second is? 30 seconds. up. 30 seconds. Hold on, I'm rotating off with this thing. I'm gonna have to get at it again. Bill, Houston. Go, Story. Bill, after you get back to SI and prior to enabling CMG control, we'd like a nominal H-CAGE. That's at 52023. That's after getting back to SI and prior to your CMG control enable. I'll tell you when it's

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Roger. Nominal H-CAGE after getting back to SI but before re-enabling CMG. About 5 more seconds, Ed. Okay, that's 30 seconds. All right. I'll try to read this thing before it changes. 99 - it was 102 when I first pulled it off of there. Unfortunately, I can't read it and put it on there at the same time. Let me try it though.

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Okay, it's tethered. I'll tell you', Story, you_kind of hate to go inside. You Just kind of get to enjoy your work. I'ii say one thing, though, all the tr$iningwe've gotten and ... all the facilities through NASA has really helped. Makes us feel very at home here; pretty familiar withwhatyou're doing.

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Yes, sir. We're about 30 seconds to LOS. See you in 20 minutes at Carnarvon at 21:18. Okay. All the folks at Marshall and at Johnson have done a great Job on this EVA. And Skylab, all you're looking good. Thand you, Story. systems are

SPT

CC

SPT PLT

Th_nk you.

Thank you, Story and now you've got five pictures of the comet with Hasseblad right on down into the airglow. Okay, Bill. Okay. 0kay, let's check around here and see what else we got. Okay, let me pick up here. We sort of butchered this up. We've got ourself out there. a DAC hanging

CC SPT

PLT

SPT

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We're rolling back to SOLAR INERTIAL. Loosened adjustment knob, offset experiment about 201, got the 201 back in allready. You got the front cover on 201, Jer?

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Notyet.

.... I'am sorry;

Oh, okay. I'll hold off. I though we had done that. I forgot te do that. Right now I'm tethering

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Sl020.

PLT
SPT CDR PLT

Ok_.
Do you need another tether, Jerry? No, I'm aliright. 0ks_, we are sort of putting everything together here at once. I am going to go back a_d check and make sure we don't leave them in the _rong configuration. Still holdong at 3.6. status

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Okay, give me an _ check, please. 6 and no lights. 3.7, no lights. Roger.

SPT CDR PLT CDR

Wish we didn't have to put this cover on. Got to be one of the biggest p_[n-in-the-necks this whole thing. of

SPT

Could

I help you by holding for you? so. Nothing

it

CDR SPT PLT

I don't think ..., Bill?

will help.

Okay, got an ACS malf, stand by a few seconds. Put all m_ paper work up. CMG SAT. _e're okay.

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Okay, the cover is on. Okay. Hey, Jer? Yeah. Next EVA, if you ever bring the DAC out, we hve got to get some picture looking down this thing. Yeah, I want to get out on the Stun end and take some looking back. Well, also, Just looking down here you see - you're going to be looking down this great big barrel and watch when the Earch go by. With that shade on it, that would tell the whole story; it's really beautiful.As we were whistting across Mdam_ I was doing that and it was very impressive. Okay, let's some on in, Ed. Hate do it. Bring the DAC with you. I am gettimg adicted to this stuff. Okay, we're coming back to SOLAR INERTIAL. Hello, Dac. the friendly DAC. friendly DAC Get on in there

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CDR SPT

CDR

You can Just hand up to me. we go. I'm in your way. Got it.

There

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....

SPT

Now, letls See. I_t me check hatch for obstructions.

the

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Okay, I'm going to do a n_mlal H-CAGE. We're back in SOLAR INERTIAL. Good. Tell me to move up and klutz No, you are doing Now, those d_n didn't they? all right. it up.

PLT SPT CDR SPT

things came out,

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Okay, the old TACS - Those sight ings.

- - TACS is firing. Oh, well, we won't be using ... i Those what_

The sightimgs for the 201 popped out again. 0h, yeah. Let' s see, now where the heck is the handle_ Oh, there it is pu] ] out. Okay, now pull it - hold it. I can't repeat Okay. ... and -

CDR SPT

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it ... direction is closed

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Okay, Bill, MARK. Okay,

the hatch

at - -

Safety lock is LOCKED. - - 57:57.;

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PLT

0k_7, that was at 2"0:57: 35. And I was not paying too much attention there. - About 3 hours and 30 minutes

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CDR PLT

roughly.

- - I had the ACS MALF light there was - Okay, Got anything in there you with, Bill? we can help

SPT

PLT

No, got everything cooking now. We're in a 5 minute nominal H-CAGE. Okay. We got the hatch CLOSED. here.

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AM egress, Okay.

let me Just through

The temp measurement had been done or to the best to your ability. Yes. Check EVA hatch seal, you did that; egress, et cetera. Yep. EV-I and 2 count on any observed dis!resion; Okay Egress air lock module, okay; air lock module/VF opervationS. I tell you_what, Bill, don't through the whole thing. go

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SPT PLT

PLT

PLT

I am Just - I'm Just making sure I don't skip anything, Ed. Okay. Go to EVA post EV3 tab okay, and now you have already done that. You have r#placed the hole open rod, I assUme. Yep. Thatis done.

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Okay, catch

and the spring is in position?

spring

.....

CDR

Right. The hatch is CLOSED and latched. Okay, and I have voiced recorded the elapsed time, and let me I did not; I - I only recorded the time that it occurred. And, okay, 20. 03:28"55 was the elapsed time. Pressure building up in here, is it?

PLT

SPT CDR PLT

Yeah, it's coming up. Okay, air lock repress. Apparently, no you're not either, okay. Our pressure is already up to 0.2. Okay. Panel 318, LOCK DEPRESS valve, CLOSED. COMPARTME_NT -

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SPT

Okay, that's right up here on the hatch. That's the one you opened to get out ; before you got out. And you're going to monitor the pressure for 2 minutes after closing this, and I'll give you a hatch. Okay, all those dogs in every cage.

PLT

SPT 363 21 00 50 PLT

You do have the LOCK COMPARTMENT DEPRESS valve CLOSED. Is that affirmative ? That's affirm. Okay. I though I got the cue. I started timing when I hear you - Okay, we are looking at _.8B now on the pressu_.e.

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Okay. Not@: D_ib_--ng repress EVS-I and 2 SUIT PRESSURE light will come on. CautiOn and warning RAPID DELTA-D will be activated. Cluster PRESSURE LOW may be activated. and you are - are above 0.2. Okay,

CDR PLT

That 's right. Okay, l'm moving over. Panel 311, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION valve OPEN; CLOSE after 30 seconds. Okay.

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PLT StEmd by SPT PLT 201 Just took off. Glad I caught noise to it.

You know, that's enough last me for awhile. Sure is noisy. at about 3.8.

CDR

Okay, we are looing

PLT

Okay, PRESSURE EQUALIZATION VALVE, OPENED, close after 30 seconds, I did that. Emergency Klaxon, yes it was. DELTA-P, going on, RAPED DELTA-P an_ CLUST_ PRESSURE light ON. Warning tone ON. 206 master alarm, pus_ button light pushed. When warning, caution RAPID DELTA-P and CLUST_ pressure low light go off, caution warning, okay, clear. warning memory recall light off. Okay. 31_ FORWARD HATCH handle - -

CDR PLT CDR

Best not open that hatch No, No, that's -

Just yet.

I don't know why they open it for 30 secondsi. Because now you want to i open it again and equalize the pressure.

/,_

PLT

That's

right , sure do.

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Okay,

I'm Just takihg

_

time here

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Now, don't I need to do something here too, in the dome, or the workshop. I think once we get the pressure equalized in the MDA. Okay. Release handle - let's see No, you - you - you That's not right. That's not right.

SPT

CDR PLT CDR PLT SPT

Did you equalize pressure first, Bill, with us? Yes. And then we equlaize pressure Okay, Bill_ we got h.5 in here, are you equal with us? Yeah, the Valve is still open. it?

PLT SPT CDR

PLT CDR PLT CDR

Anything

rishing through

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Nope. All right Shen we are equal. I'm going to s$art equalizing now between us iand the workwshop. Okay, I am going to start opeing the hatch. Okay. Yeah. Tey not to push up to your left if you can, Her, there that Nikon is fragile ion the back of that Getting down there, Jer?

PLT

SPT CDR SPT

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CDR SPT CDR SPT SPT CDR SPT CDR 363 21 05 06 PLT

Yeah. - 25. Okay, the workshop is repressing us now.

Hold on Bill, we got an SOP. Okay, go ahead. Here, let me take it. we're okay.

No, it's - it's tethered; All right, read on.

F _

Okay, when pressure 0WS equals pressure lock, push hatch open to engage. And I am sure Jer's already cocked and primed to do that. Move to suit donning station and verify high intensity light systemi and 2 ON. That's for EV-2 to do. EVA. One says something about ehich is net applicable. Okay, how's our pressure VC tree

CDR PLT

CDR PLT

look?

Okay, pressure here is - OWS is 51, forward is 48, lock is 48, aft is 58. Okay, 48 and 49. Tell me when the workshop equals the aft and I'll try to push the hatch open. I got 5 frames Good. The Hasselblad. That is great. of the comet.

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SPT

Looked like they were - I don't know how -!how it will register on that color film, but What kind of settings did you use? It was wide open, whatever that was, 30th of a second. It was Just a there - there's not an exact f stop number. It's the difference between 35 and _. Boy, I hope it worked. How are the pressures now? Stand by - Okay, the OWS indicating 5, almost 51, the forward is 5, looks like you mabe able to get it open. Ok_v. Not yet. Okay, Jer, then it's Just not whithin the range of these gauges, here, to tell. Okay. Okay, when you push the hatch open, move to suit donning - EV-2 donning station and verify high intensity lights, ON. EV-1 remove oh, yeab, yeab - airlock module EV-3 panel 311 open hatch Obtain - that's okay. There we go. Just move out slowly, Jer, I'll watch your _ieal. Okay. and sad secure.

PLT SPT

CDR CDR PLT

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CDR PLT

PLT PLT

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PLT

Okay, EVLI and 2 - Thatrs right, Just move out tothe suit donning station. Go to post EV-I and 2 cue card 3.2-1. Deactivate suit cooling 02 and comm . to manage

PLT

Okay, and I am supposed your umbilical, Ed. Okay.

SPT PLT SPT

So let me come over there I tell ya, i think that's probably enough for Jar. I'll start on down there. Man, I don't know if I can get in here with all this hardware. Now, Boy, ... two fat guys did it. it's Super-Ed.

PLT

SPT _ CDR SPT CDR SPT CDR 363 21 l0 12 SPT

Help, sir. The DAC is running. The friendly dac is clicking away.

What do you _it here? Okay, it says PRESSURE SELECT, oFF; tone; REG 1 LOW FLOW, LOW VENT FLOW and doff 1 glove. PRESSURE SELECT, OFF. Okay.

CDR CDR

Okay, I got to got ENABLE, CMG controll. I didn't do that. Let me help you, Jer. Hold it out ; I can probably get it. I think I got it. Okay. HQ¥'d your ears go?

SPT

CDR SPY SPT

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Good. Good. Much better this Very good. This old valsalva [?] devi@@ really, for me, worth it_L_$ in gold. Oh, that's good. i| time.

SPT SPT

I guess I'm luck, I have big op_nlngs; they go straight from one e_ _ the other. Finger Yeah, tips again.

SPT CDR /_ CDR

sure does get them.

Okay, Bill, you can go ahead and deactivate the EV - EVA panmln. Okay. 1 PUMP Okay, SUB 2, LSU POWER, switch, OFF. EVA panel OFF_ BUS

PLT

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PLT CDR CC

is deactiV_%e_,

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Thank you. Skylab, we see you're We've got you through 5 minutes. Right, Story, suit s now. Okay. we're

repressurzled. Carnavon for

PLT

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PLT, the time is - 22:39. Recording the LSU number 17, and PCU number 015 used by the PLT, who was EV-3 on the third EVA.

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