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Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STS-27R

Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STS-27R

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, John F. Kennedy Space Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Kennedy Space Center, Fla.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space debris.,
  • Ice.,
  • Frost.,
  • Damage assessment.,
  • Debris.,
  • Frost.,
  • Ice.,
  • Space shuttle missions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGregory N. Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 102144.
    ContributionsHigginbotham, Scott A., John F. Kennedy Space Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationii, 194 p.
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15407187M

    STS Debrus/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis - Section Pre-Launch Space Shuttle Vehicle (SSV)/PAD Debris Inspection ( Kb) STS Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis - Section Scrubs ( Kb). Space Shuttle Debris Transport Assessments Space Operations Mission Directorate The Space Shuttle Program, one of the most visible NASA programs, is the end result of one of the modern world’s most complex engineering efforts. Balancing the requirement for a lightweight structure against the.

      The event, however, was a haunting reminder that foam shedding will be an ongoing challenge for NASA, and shuttle engineers have already earmarked 34 foam-covered brackets — known as ice frost. Drama builds as the countdown clock ticks down toward another space shuttle launch. Dressed in bright-orange protective suits and prepared for the mission, an elite group boards a van and the convoy heads to the launch pad where the shuttle awaits. But this crew isn't made up of astronauts headed for space. It's the "Ice Team.".

    According to Space Shuttle Program Manager Wayne Hale (who just concluded an early imagery analysis press conference), of the five debris events observed on STS's ascent, all five occurred after the time in Discovery's flight profile when they would be a concern to the orbiter (in other words, after the vehicle had reached the upper edges. Get this from a library! Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [Charles G Stevenson; Gregory N Katnik; Scott A Higginbotham; John F. Kennedy Space .


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Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STS-27R Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STSR. [Gregory N Katnik; Scott A Higginbotham; John F. Kennedy Space Center.].

An Ice/Frost/Debris assessment was conducted for Space Shuttle Mission STSR. Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad are performed before and after launch. Ice/frost conditions are assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the vehicle followed by an on-pad visual : Gregory N.

Katnik and Scott A. Higginbotham. An Ice/Frost/Debris assessment was conducted for Space Shuttle Mission STSR.

Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad are performed before and after launch. Ice/frost conditions are assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the vehicle followed by an on-pad visual inspection.

An Ice/Frost/Debris assessment was conducted for Space Shuttle Mission STSR. Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad are performed before and after launch.

A Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch. Ice/frost conditions on the External Tank were assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the vehicle followed by on-pad Author: Gregory N.

Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis. Get this from a library. Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STS (C). [Charles G Stevenson; Gregory N Katnik; Robert F Speece; John F. Kennedy Space Center.]. Get this from a library. Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STSR.

[Charles G Stevenson; John F. Kennedy Space Center.;]. A debris/ice/Thermal Protection System (TPS) assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for Space Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspections of the.

A Debris/Ice/TPS (Thermal Protection System) assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspection of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch. STS launch view of debris + View image STS launch view of debris + View image STS launch view of debris + View image.

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DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS J Prepared By: Scott A. NASA/Kennedy Space Center TV-MSD Bradley Davis NASA/Kennedy Space Center TV-MSD Approved: Katnik Lead, Ice/Debris/Photo Analysis NASA/Kennedy Space Center TV-MSD Chief, ET Mechanical Sys NASA/Kennedy Space Center.

Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STSR. STS Media Resouce Kit. Ice/frost/debris assessment for space shuttle mission STSR, December 2, STSR OV Orbiter TPS damage review team, volume 1. STS Press Kit. Mission Report. Mission Safety Evaluation Report. Media Resouce Kit. DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS Septem Prepared By: Jl Bradley _Davis NASA/Kennedy Space Center _rg_ E.

"R_vera Mechanical/Structural Sys NASA/Kennedy Space Center Barry//. Bowen NASA/_ennedy Space Center Thermal Protection System NASA/Kennedy Space Center Approved: Ghi_e_Dtbris Systems. DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS December 2, Prepared By: JJ Bradley _Davis NASA/Kennedy Space Center J_ge _.

R_v_ra Mechanical/Structural Sys NASA/Kennedy Space Center Barr__C. Bowe_n NASA/Kennedy Space Center Thermal Protection System NASA/Kennedy Space Center Approved:. The shuttle risk assessment is the first to incorporate the threat from orbital debris.

The results: the likelihood of space junk bringing down the shuttle is far greater than widely feared. Mission: Department of Defense Space Shuttle: Atlantis Launch Pad: 39B Launch Weight: Classified Launched: Dec.

2,a.m. EST Landing Site: Edwards Air. Foam from the external tank (ET) LH 2 Ice/Frost Ramps (IFRs) is a known debris source during Space Shuttle lift-off and ascent.

Efforts were m ade to eliminate this debris source by redesi gning. DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 19 May Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing Reusable Space Systems, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Approved: Gr_atnik-Shuttle Ice/Debris Systems NASA - KSC Mail Code: PH-H2.

Debris/Ice/TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis for Shuttle Mission STS May (NASA-TM-I) DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS FOR SHUTTLE MISSION STS Fina| Report, Mar. (NASA. Kennedy Space Center) p N Unclas National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Get this from a library! KSC ice/frost/debris assessment for Space Shuttle Mission STSR. [Charles G Stevenson; Gregory N Katnik; Scott A Higginbotham; John F.

Kennedy Space Center.].A debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for the Space Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspection of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and in-flight anomalies.

This report documents the ice/debris/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle Program.