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ALSEP Documents

The documents in this archive are related to the development, deployment, and operation of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) on the lunar surface. Relevant documents can be identified using the search utility and user-selected keywords. Within each document, it is possible to use the Find or Search function of your PDF reader to search for keywords of interest. This archive includes daily status reports about the operation of ALSEP on the Moon, but it does not include the scientific data generated by these experiments. Experiment results are available from the National Space Science Data Center.


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54L ALERT BxA response summary / Rev. no. A. Fox, T. W.
On 14 July 1971 MSC issued an ALERT (MSC-71-04) on Texas Instruments 54L series integrated circuits. This ALERT indicated that devices manufactured prior to the second week of August 1971 may contain conductive particulate contaminants. Subsequently Bendix received LSPO letter EHZ/10-8/L-505/B requesting a response as to the usage and the potential hardware impact on Array E. This ATM reviews the problem and summarizes the BxA response activities. Revision A reflects the anticipated distribution of screened devices in Array E hardware, additional parts screening and failure analysis results, and a comparison of different logic devices and assembly areas at TI-Dallas. ( 1972, 64 leaves )

A16 transmitter B switch (26 March 1973) Wallace, R. B.
At 0926 GMT (actual 0919 GMT) on 26 March 1973 Apollo 16 ALSEP transmitter B was selected by mission control. Switch over was implemented after a series of data dropouts, beginning 4 March 1973 and reported by several remote sites of the STDN, which gradually worsened until Ascension Island reported, "multiple PCM sync errors and further data (PCM) degradation" just prior to switching. The reported data dropouts were unlike those previously reported relative to other ALSEP Stations in that the received signal strength remained constant at -141 dbm. ( 1973, 6 leaves )

A2 ALSEP Data Transmitter failure mode, effects and criticality analysis / Revision A. Fox, T. W.
This report presents a Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) performed on the Data Transmitter and documented in the attached worksheets. ( 1970, 49 leaves )

A2 ALSEP Data Transmitter reliability prediction / Revision A. Fox, T. W.
This report presents the Data Transmitter reliability prediction estimates derived through the studies of Data Transmitter Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and Data Transmitter Parts Application Analysis (PAA) ( 1970, 6 leaves )

A2 HFE DH15 anomaly investigation Gilson, R.
Since 219/10/27/56 EGMT, data from A2 Heat Flow Experiment probe 2 thermocouple reference bridge Channel DH15 (DH91=1110) has exhibited symptoms that indicate a possible failure within the HFE electronics. At the above time the electronics temperature had been stabilized for over four hours following the August 7th eclipse. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

A brief introduction to the Surface Electrical Properties experiment Simmons, Gene.
Introduction -- The technique -- The equipment -- Equipment description -- Data interpretation -- Glacier tests -- Our hopes ( 1972, 28 pages )

Acceleration of thermal ions at the lunar surface : : Apollo XII observations Balsiger, H.; Freeman, John W.;Hills, H. Kent.
An experiment designed to measure the differential energy spectrum and a coarse mass spectrum of ions near the lunar surface (Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment) was deployed by the Apollo XII astronauts. This experiment has yielded evidence for a general mechanism which accelerates originally thermal ions up to several hundred electron volts. ( 1970, 15 leaves )

Acceptable parts list Sondeen, P.
This report contains a list of electronic common parts which are recommended for application in ALSEP equipment. ( 1966, 20 leaves  )

A compendium of lunar surface experiments pictorial descriptions Apollo J-1 mission
Drawings depict ALSEP instruments and their use on the Moon. ( 1970, 19 leaves )

Active Seismic Experiment accuracy of velocity measurement Liepa, L. V.
The following is an analysis of the accuracy of redundant (Photographic) means of measuring grenade velocity as planned during ASE grenade firings at WSMR. ( 1967, 4 leaves )

Active Seismic Experiment grenade thrust analysis Bryer, Carl.
This ATM is written in response to an MSC request to document an analysis of grenade thrust beyond the launch tube. ( 1967, 17 leaves )

Active Seismic Experiment test plan Zimmer, J.
The engineering model test plan written by the Active Seismic Experiment Engineering Group. This outlines and describes the scope and objective of the test that will be made by the ASE Engineering Group with the engineering model. A master test schedule is included as part of the test plan. The tests are scheduled to be completed by 1 January so that the engineering model may be delivered to Systems Engineering for inclusion in System Tests. ( 1966, 16 leaves )

Active Seismic frame synchronization Lanning, H. E.
This ATM determines the probability of sync, false sync, and the probability of loosing sync for an 11 bit and 6 bit frame sync code. The number of bits/frame range from 1344 to 4032. The amount of data lost during loss of sync is also determined. ( 1966, 5 leaves  )

Active Seismic word format comparisons Schmidt, R. A.
This ATM describes and compares three different word formats for the Active Seismic Experiment. ( 1966, 9 leaves )

Addendum 1 Apollo 15 contingency procedures ATM-1003 7/10/71 Redick, Ronald L.
As a result of recent activities involving Boydbolts for A-2, an additional step in the crew procedures should be added in the event that a spindle does not depress. ( 1971, 1 leaf  )

A. D. Little LRRR contractor parts list Anthis, W.
Parts and materials used in the Array are listed on sheets which reflect the three subassemblies of the array: A. Panel Structure Assembly B. Insulation Assembly C. Retro-Reflector Array Assembly. ( 1970, 5 leaves )

A. D. Little LRRR contractor parts list / Rev. no. A. Moskowitz, Lee S.
Parts and materials used in the Array are listed on the attached sheets which reflect the three subassemblies of the array for the Apollo 14 Flight Unit: A. Panel Structure Assembly B. Insulation Assembly C. Retro-Reflector Array Assembly. ( 1970, 5 leaves )

ALHT support pin design analysis King, B.; Loverich, E.
A redesign of the ALHT support pin has been accomplished. The strength of the pin has been effectively increased by approximately 60%, which will preclude failure of the pin in future tests. ( 1968, 11 p. )

Alignment, leveling and deployment constraints for Apollo 15 lunar scientific experiments
ALSEP Array "C" Deployment Arrangement -- Central Station -- Central Station Antenna -- Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) -- Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) -- Solar Wind Spectrometer (SWS) -- Lunar Surface Magnetometer -- Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment (SIDE) -- Heat Flow Experiment (HFE) -- Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LR3) ( 1966-1971, 22 leaves )

Alignment of ALSEP at latitudes off the lunar equator Heinz, F. A.
This ATM presents methods of computing alignment errors and typical errors at latitudes off the lunar equator using the present method of ALSEP alignment. Other methods of alignment are recommended at latitudes which exceed the capabilities of the present system. ( 1969, 12 leaves )

Alpha Particle Spectrometer (72-031A-09) Brecht, Julius J.
Contains the experiment performance summary. ( 1973, 3 leaves  )

ALSEP 12 five years old and still going strong O'Donnell, Bill.
( 1974, 7 leaves  )

ALSEP 1 science reports : 1970-1971
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP 1) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12 astronauts, the reports begin about 89 days after the instruments were deployed. (  114 p. )

ALSEP A2/SP-3 structural dynamics analysis Wadleigh, K.; Wiger, H.
This ATM presents the results of the structural dynamics analysis performed for the A2/SP-3 structural arrangement. Section I describes the dynamics portion, and Section II presents the stress analysis. ( 1970, 93 p. )

ALSEP acceptable parts list for Array - E amendment-1 Sondeen, P.
The E Revision of ATM-241 adds requirements for selection, specification and screening to be consistent with the new NASA two (2) year life requirements. AMENDMENT 1 to Revision E dated July 16, 1971 is provided to amend and update the parts and requirements contained in the original issue. ( 1971, 58 leaves )

ALSEP acceptable parts list / Rev. no. D. Patel, J. S.
This report contains a list of electronic common parts which are recommended for application in ALSEP equipment. ( 1970, 144 p. )

ALSEP and P&FS system description and data flow Welsh, Francis J.
The purpose of this book is to provide a reference document for those who require a knowledge of how the Manned Space Flight Network and the Mission Control Center support the Apollo lunar Surface Experiments Package and the Particles and Fields Subsatellite. To this end a description of the ALSEP and P&FS systems including the experiments is presented along with an explanation of the overall data flow. It is not intended to cover hardware and functions that are used to support Apollo except as they relate to the ALSEP and P&FS data flow. ( 1971, D, 60 p. )

ALSEP approved materials list / Rev. no. E. Sondeen, P.
The use of materials contained in Sections I and II of this report is mandatory for all items of flight hardware. Materials listed herein have been selected from Ref. 1 and Ref. 2 having been approved for use in the Apollo Command Module and the LM, as of the date of their issue. ( 1970, 54 p.  )

ALSEP Array A2 description including the Heat Flow Experiment Fithian, D.
This ATM provides a description of the latest configuration for the ALSEP A2 Array and includes modifications which have been incorporated into the system to include the Heat Flow Experiment. Additionally, functional characteristics unique to this five experiment system are described to indicate differences from other ALSEP arrays. ( 1970, 19 leaves )

ALSEP Array A-2H layout Marrus, L. D.
This ATM delineates the pertinent deployment requirements of the various ALSEP Array A-2H subsystems (including the Heat Flow Experiment) and depicts four ALSEP Array A-2H layouts (which satisfy the aforementioned requirements) for all projected lunar landing sites. ( 1970, 12 p. )

ALSEP Array D Subpackages 1 & 2 vibration test results Maszatics, J.
This technical memorandum represents the design limit level vibration test report for ALSEP Array D (EDM Subpackage No. 1 and Qual D Subpackage No. 2) ( 1971, 99 leaves )

ALSEP Array E Antenna Aiming Mechanism design verification test results Sigler, R.
This memorandum reports the results of Design Verification Testing on the Array E Antenna Aiming Mechanism. ( 1971, 27 leaves )

ALSEP Array E central station thermal design/analysis/test final report Butts, D.
Presented herein are central station test data derived from the ALSEP Array E thermal vacuum test program. The test data were correlated with analytical flight predictions with the primary purpose being to accurately predict central station temperatures for operation at Taurus Littrow, the Apollo 17 landing site. ( 1972, 59 leaves )

ALSEP Array E Command Decoder breadboard test report Kemp, V. C.
The following ATM has been prepared to document the testing and test results of the command decoder breadboard for Array E (Apollo 17) ( 1971, 39 leaves )

ALSEP Array E - Command Decoder failure modes, effects & criticality analysis Papaioan, M.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis on the Bendix designed Command Decoder for the Array E (Apollo 17) ALSEP System. The analysis reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in final flight configuration. ( 1971, 27 leaves )

ALSEP Array E component non-operating vibration specifications Maszatics, J.
This memorandum defines the non-operating vibration specifications for the ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) experiments and other major subsystems. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

ALSEP Array E crosstalk and ground differentials in the Central Station Ziesmer, R. A.
The length of signal paths have been minimized to reduce crosstalk to acceptable levels. This study identifies residual problems and suggests solutions. ( 1971, 38 leaves )

ALSEP Array E - Digital Data Processor reliability and failure model effects and critical analysis Smith, John G.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effect and Criticality analysis on the Digital Data Processor. The analysis reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in final flight configuration. ( 1971, 46 leaves )

ALSEP Array E Engineering Model Subpackage No 1 with LSG - design limit vibration test results Thomas, R.
This technical memorandum represents the engineering vibration test report for EEM Subpackage No. 1 with Lunar Surface Gravimeter (LSG). ( 1972, 63 leaves )

ALSEP Array E engineering model subpackage no 1 with PSE - design limit vibration test results Thomas, R.
The engineering model of array E subpackage no. 1 with PSE (EEM-SP1/PSE) was subjected to the design limit vibration levels as specified for ALSEP. The primary purpose of the test was to verify the structural integrity of the system and to verify that the component environments are consistent with component specifications. ( 1972, 44 leaves )

ALSEP Array E Engineering Model Subpackage No 2 design limit vibration test results Thomas, R.
The Array E Subpackage No. 2 engineering model (EEM-SP2) was subjected to the ALSEP specified design limit vibration levels. The primary purpose of the test was to verify the structural integrity of the system and to verify that the component environments are consistent with component specifications. ( 1972, 63 leaves )

ALSEP Array E monthly Qual vs flight system difference report / Rev. no. J. Henderickson, J.
This ATM consists of Qual/Flight Model EEE parts differences (Part A) and Qual/Flight Model Design differences (Part B) ( 1972, 71 leaves )

ALSEP Array E multilayer printed circuit board source qualification test plan Romans, A. W.
This document provides a test plan for source or manufacturer qualification in the manufacture and supply of multilayer printed circuit system(s) with plated through holes. ( 1971?, 7 leaves )

ALSEP Array E parts application analysis, Data Processor Smith, John G.
The purpose of the ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on Data Processor. ( 1971, 29 leaves )

ALSEP Array E parts application analysis - Power Conditioning Unit Moskowitz, Lee S.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study performed on the Power Conditioning Unit (PCU) ( 1971, 44 leaves )

ALSEP Array E parts application analysis signal conditioning circuits Smith, John G.
The purpose of ATM 998 is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on the Signal Conditioning Circuits. The Signal Conditioning Circuits are located in Digital Data Processor Module. The circuits condition the T/M temperature sensor signals and T/M voltage monitor signals. ( 1971, 15 leaves )

ALSEP Array E power budget Kasser, Joe E.
This issue of the ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) Power Budget provides the Best Estimate Information on the power distribution within the components of the Data, Power and Experiment Subsystems. ( 1972, 10 leaves )

ALSEP Array E, Power Distribution Unit failure mode, effects and criticality analysis / Rev. no. A. Colcord, R. L.
This ATM documents the Final Reliability Prediction and Failure Modes and Effects Analysis of the Bendix designed PDU (Power Distribution Unit). The analysis reflects the Array E design as of 9/23/71. ( 1971, 26 leaves )

ALSEP Array E, Power Distribution Unit, parts application analysis / Rev. no. A. Romans, A. W.
This ATM document is the Reliability PAA (Parts Application Analysis) of the Bendix designed PDU (Power Distribution Unit). The analysis reflects the part operating stress levels and the failure rates obtained from designs prepared for Array E as of 8-13-71. ( 1971, 54 leaves )

ALSEP Array E PSK Transmitter failure mode, effects and criticality analysis / Rev. no. A. Romans, A. W.
This ATM document is the Reliability FMECA (Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis) of the Teledyne Telemetry Company's PSK Transmitter; Revision A reflects the failure modes and failure probabilities of the design presented at TTC's final design review (FDR) ( 1971, 43 leaves )

ALSEP Array E, PSK Transmitter parts application analysis / Rev. no. A. Romans, A. W.
This ATM document is the Reliability PAA (Parts Application Analysis) of the Teledyne Telemetry Company's PSK transmitter. The analysis reflects the operating stress levels and the failure rates obtained from designs prepared for the TTC Final Design Review. The Rev. A of this document updates CDR design mainly by incorporating EMI modification as described in Section I. 0, Introduction. ( 1971, 38 leaves )

ALSEP Array E - signal conditioning circuits reliability and failure mode, effects and critical analysis Smith, John G.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis on the Signal Conditioning Circuit. The analysis reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in final flight configuration. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

ALSEP automatic power management Staley, J. E.
( 1971, 10 leaves )

ALSEP automatic switchable load study final report Marsh, A.
A study was conducted to establish feasibility of adding a feature which automatically adjusts power subsystem loading. This ATM reports the results of this study. ( 1968, 11 leaves )

ALSEP cask assembly gearbox thermal vacuum test Wagman, L. P.
This summary deals with the results of a thermal vacuum test on the ACA gearbox assembly which was conducted during the ACA prototype test series. The purpose of the test was to verify the operation of the ACA Gearbox Assembly when subjected to a high vacuum and a higher than predicted thermal environment. The subject test was run in a manner such that a comparison between gearbox operation at ambient temperature and pressure and high vacuum and elevated temperatures could be made. ( 1969, 56 leaves )

ALSEP cask cooling performance summary Butts, D.
This ATM presents cask cooling performance that was derived from the ALSEP Cask Assembly (ACA) thermal qualification final test results, the Apollo 10 count down demonstration test (CDDT), an Apollo 12 ECS flow test, the Apollo 12 CDDT, and the Apollo 12 count down. By using these results, subsequent cask cooling performance for upcoming Apollo flights can be predicted based on the nominal range of KSC pre-launch conditions. ( 1969, 21 leaves )

ALSEP/Cask/LM thermal qualification final test report Butts, D.
This ATM presents the ALSEP/Cask/LM Cask Cooling and Thermal Vacuum Qualification test results which were derived from the BxA test program conducted at GE-MSD, Valley Forge, Pa. during the period from 28 January through 4 February 1969. In the ATM the thermal qualification results are summarized versus Bendix interface requirements for the LM vehicle, the graphite fuel cask, the crew and cask cooling. In addition to the thermal qualification results, a brief comparison of prototype and qualification T/V and cask cooling test results is presented. ( 1969, 80 leaves )

ALSEP cask support design review CCP 29.
The cask support held the RTG Cask, the container for fuel for the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator. ( 1967, [81] leaves )

ALSEP Central Station proto A thermal analysis design review McNaughton, J.
This ATM presents the results of the ALSEP Prototype A Central Station Thermal Analysis design review held at BxA on 9 January 1968. Copies of the material presented are enclosed together with a brief summary of the test results and post test thermal analysis correlation. ( 1968, 23 leaves )

ALSEP Command Decoder S/N 3 reliability evaluation Stewart, J. J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the reliability evaluation of a Command Decoder that was subjected to erroneous voltage conditions. The objective of the evaluation was to determine if the decoder was degraded and to assess its flight worthiness. ( 1970, 5 leaves )

ALSEP command system command data format control book
It is the objective of this document to provide definitive data transfer and control formats to ensure effective and compatible command transmission of data throughout the Spacecraft Tracking Data Network (STDN). ( 1976, ca. 105 p. )

ALSEP communications performance margin summary Lanning, H. E.
This document re-evaluates the ALSEP/MSFN communication performance margins as a result of performance measurements made upon existing ALSEP hardware. ( 1969, 5 leaves )

ALSEP composite non-metalllc materials list / Rev. no. A. Patel, J. S.
This list is a compilation of the non-metalllc material which have been specified for use in the central station and experiments for ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) ( 1972, 15 leaves )

ALSEP configuration A-2 two-man deployment task sequence Geiss, H. W.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Configuration A-2 two-man deployment sequence, based on current Apollo 15 flight configurations and design is incorporated in this ATM. ( 1971, 228 p. )

ALSEP configuration C one-man deployment task sequence Marrus, Leslie D.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) one-man deployment sequence, based on current flight configurations and design, is incorporated in this ATM. ( 1968, 41 p. )

ALSEP Configuration D two-man deployment task sequence Geiss, H. W.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Configuration D two-man deployment sequence, based on current Apollo 16 flight configurations and design is incorporated in this ATM. ( 1971?, 133 leaves )

ALSEP Configuration E two-man deployment task sequence Geiss, H. W.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Configuration E two-man deployment sequence, based on the latest Apollo 17 flight configurations and design is incorporated in this ATM. ( 1972?, 145 leaves )

ALSEP console handbook Apollo 12, ALSEP 1 through Apollo 17, ALSEP Array E
This document comprises a set of operational philosophies, ground rules, procedures, and pertinent facility and equipment descriptions formulated by the Lunar/Earth Experiments Branch, Flight Control Division, to govern conduct of operations in the ALSEP control area, Mission Control Center Room 314B. ( 1972, ca. 195 p. )

ALSEP contingency procedures for Apollo 16 Marrus, Leslie D.
The following contingency procedures represent various remedies for contingency events which may arise during the ALSEP deployment period. ( 1971, 126 leaves )

ALSEP contingency procedures for Apollo 17 / Rev. no. A. Geiss, H. W.
The following contingency procedures represent various remedies for contingency events which may arise during the ALSEP deployment period. Revision A to the "ALSEP Contingency Procedures for Apollo 17" represents the comments, additions and corrections received from the Bx.A review of these procedures. ( 1972, 120 leaves )

ALSEP daily science reports : 1969-1970
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP 1) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12 astronauts, the reports begin about 1 day later. (  88 p. )

ALSEP Data Subsystem test parameters Sahadi, G.
This ATM is a preliminary list of test parameters that will be checked for the ALSEP Data Subsystem components and integrated sub-system using the GSE Data Subsystem Test Set. The list is intended to be used in arriving at a finalized list of tests and accuracies required so that the design of the Data Subsystem Test Set can be started. ( 1966, 10 leaves  )

ALSEP design summary : : presentation material, BSR-2900, 17 - 20 March 1970 Bendix Aerospace Systems Division
CONTENTS: Section 1. ALSEP system description -- Section 2. ALSEP power system -- Section 3. Passive seismic experiment / Gary Latham -- Section 4. Active seismic experiment -- Section 5. Laser ranging retro-reflector experiment -- Section 6. Charged particle lunar environment experiment -- Section 7. Heat floe experiment -- Section 8. Design constraints and selection -- Section 9. ALSEP structural design -- Section 10. ALSEP thermal design -- Section 11. ALSEP central station electrical design -- Section 12. ALSEP test program -- Section 13. ALSEP test equipment -- Section 14. ALSEP relialibity -- Section 15. Dust detector experiment -- Addendum. ( 1970, 720 leaves )

ALSEP EEE composite parts list / Rev. no. A. Patel, J. S.
This list of electrical, electronic, and electromechanical (EEE) parts is derived from summary data used by Bendix and Bendix subcontractors in the design and fabrication of flight equipment. While the format varies according to the type of documents used as source material, the essential data to identify the generic type, style, and procurement documents are included. ( 1972, 102 leaves  )

ALSEP emplacement study Cornille, H.
This ATM presents the analysis and results of a study conducted during the period of 20 May to 1 June, the purpose of which was to examine the effect of the LM on the ALSEP. ( 1968, 73 leaves )

ALSEP engineering model tests Bendix Aerospace Systems Division
Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package engineering model tests ( 1967, 183 leaves )

ALSEP experiment power line protection Reinhold, H.
This ATM describes the design approach relative to experiment Power Line Protection. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

ALSEP familiarization manual
The manual describes the complete ALSEP and its GSE (ground support equipment). Each item of equipment is described in general terms with sufficient detail to convey a clear understanding of the ALSEP including the operation of each item of equipment and the earth receiving stations. ( 1966, 72 leaves )

ALSEP fastener studies Hamill, Warren
This unscheduled ATM has been written to summarize and document all the design and testing effort conducted on the ALSEP fastener to date. ( 1967, 20 p. )

ALSEP flight 1 Central Station S-13G thermal coating adhesion investigation Burns, R.
This ATM presents the results of the S-13G thermal coating investigation conducted in support of the ALSEP Flight 1 central station adhesion paint failure. The report includes a summary of the events that occurred during the investigation, a comprehensive review of S-l3G coating application history at BxA, the results of BxA and IITRI coupon tests to determine the cause for the loss of adhesion and establish corrective action, and recommendations for changes to the manufacturing process procedure for subsequent ALSEP painted hardware. ( 1969, 56 p. )

ALSEP Flight 1 PSE thermal anomaly study Griffin, J.
This ATM summarizes the results of the BxA study conducted to investigate the ALSEP Flight 1 PSE Thermal Anomaly. The purpose of the study was to 1) correlate the Flight 1 PSE sensor lunar performance results, 2) determine the most probable cause of the out-of-tolerance temperature condition, and 3) recommend possible thermal modifications to the Flight 3 PSE for Apollo 13 and subsequent models. ( 1970, 29 leaves )

ALSEP flight control experiments operations plan, first manned lunar mission
This document contains a statement of ALSEP objectives, a description of the ALSEP and its associated subsystems, proposed lunar deployment operations, MSFN support, a description of the MCC-H/KSC interface test, a 1 year timeline of ALSEP lunar operations, and MCC-H support of the ALSEP. ( 1967, [125] p. )

ALSEP Flight System 5 (Array D) system level failure mode effects and criticality analysis Staats, J. T.
This Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) identifies those potential failure modes constituting single point failures or critical failures peculiar to ALSEP Flight System 5. ( 1970, 12 leaves )

ALSEP Flight System 6 (Array E) system level failure mode effects and criticality analysis Smith, John G.
This Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) identifies those potential failure modes constituting single point failure modes and other failure modes peculiar to ALSEP Flight System 6. ( 1971, 16 leaves )

ALSEP Flight System 6 (Array E) system level failure mode effects and criticality analysis / Rev. no. B. Fox, T. W.
This Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) identifies those potential failure modes constituting single point failure modes and other failure modes peculiar to ALSEP Flight System 6. This document was originally issued prior to the PDR, and has been previously updated (rev. A) to reflect changes in the central station between the PDR and CDR. This revision (B) reflects the changes that have been made since the CDR. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

ALSEP Flight System A2 system level failure mode effects and criticality analysis Moskowitz, Lee S.; Dallaire, Rodney J.
This Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) identifies those potential failure modes constituting single point failures or critical failures peculiar to ALSEP Flight System A2. ( 1970, 14 leaves )

ALSEP fuel cask and support structure prototype (D-1) vibration test evaluation Maszatics, J.
This memorandum presents the evaluation of the data obtained from the prototype ALSEP cask assembly vibration test conducted in April 1968. The cask stored fuel for the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator. ( 1968, 39 leaves )

ALSEP fuel cask mount design review meeting Durrant, W.
The MSC design review team visited BxA Monday, 20 May, to review the design of the cask, the fuel capsule, and the integrated cask mount assembly, with particular emphasis being placed on safety. ( 1968, [72] leaves )

ALSEP Fuel Cask thermal shield McNaughton, J. L.
This ATM contains material on the comparative analysis and design of the ALSEP Fuel Cask Thermal Shield. This report is submitted in accordance with MSC request generated during the System Preliminary Design Review of 12 July 1966. ( 1966, 8 leaves )

ALSEP general familiarization manual topical outline Lewis, John F.
This ATM presents the scope of information and format to be included in the ALSEP General Familiarization Manual. ( 1966, 17 leaves  )

ALSEP handbook for Apollo 12 flight crew Murdock, C. R.
Includes a summary of the experiments and information about the deployment of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package for Apollo 12. ( 1969, 66 pages )

ALSEP integrated system tests acceptance criteria Gilham, A. W. S.
This ATM defines the acceptance techniques and limits to be used during ALSEP system tests at BASD and KSC. ( 1966, 50 leaves )

ALSEP interim training model manual. Bendix Corporation
The ALSEP Interim Training Model is designed to simulate the flight configuration of the ALSEP system to facilitate training and familiarization with ALSEP design and mechanical interfaces. The model is electrically inert, but duplicates the mechanical features of the electrical interfaces. The ALSEP Interim Training Model Manual describes the model (Section I), its preparation for use (Section II), handling and stowage (Section III), and maintenance (Section IV), including a repair parts list (Section V). ( 1968, ca. 60 leaves )

ALSEP internal wiring Sondeen, P.
This report covers an investigation of cable and connector requirements for components of ALSEP subsystems. ( 1966, 10 leaves )

ALSEP I telemetry calibration plots
"Apollo 12 ALSEP Central Station and DD calibration curves"--;Hand-drawn and lettered graphs. ( [1970?], [82] p. )

ALSEP/LCRU EMC test results Jensen, C.
An EMC test was conducted, using the MSFN model ALSEP Central Station, a high power signal generator, representing the LCRU transmitter, and an 18 inch parabola to represent the LCRU high gain antenna. This ATM reports the results of this test. ( 1971, 10 leaves )

ALSEP/LEM equipment interface Murtaugh, Clyde R.
"These three items constitute the ALSEP equipment as it interfaces with the LEM." ( 1966, 1 leaf  )

ALSEP link performance vs antenna pointing error Lanning, H.
This analysis determines the command link received power margin in excess of that required for an error rate of l0 to the -9 as a function of the antenna (ALSEP) pointing error. ( 1967, 10 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning Perkins, D.
This document provides engineering information relative to the long term operating characteristics of the five ALSEP systems presently active on the lunar surface. The information includes a current summary of the operational status of each of the systems and an assessment of the predicted life from both hardware reliability calculations and RTG power availability. Additionally, recommendations are given for managing each system in terms of power utilization for maximum life. Finally, some suggestions are provided for obtaining useful engineering data at the end of life of the respective systems. ( 1974, 31 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning Perkins, D.
This document provides engineering information relative to the long term operating characteristics of the five ALSEP systems presently active on the lunar surface. The information includes a current summary of the operational status of each of the systems and an assessment of the predicted life from both hardware reliability calculations and RTG power availability. Additionally, recommendations are given for managing each system in terms of power utilization for maximum life. Finally, some suggestions are provided for obtaining useful engineering data at the end of life of the respective systems. ( 1974, 29 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning Perkins, D.
This document provides engineering information relative to the long term operating characteristics of the five ALSEP systems presently active on the lunar surface. The information includes a current summary of the operational status of each of the systems and an assessment of the predicted life from both hardware reliability calculations and RTG power availability. Additionally, recommendations are given for managing each system in terms of power utilization for maximum life. Finally, some suggestions are provided for obtaining useful engineering data at the end of life of the respective systems. ( 1975, 34 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning Perkins, D.
This document provides engineering information relative to the long term operating characteristics of the five ALSEP systems presently active on the lunar surface. The information includes a current summary of the operational status of each of the systems and an assessment of the predicted life from both hardware reliability calculations and RTG power availability. Additionally, recommendations are given for managing each system in terms of power utilization for maximum life. Finally, some suggestions are provided for obtaining useful engineering data at the end of life of the respective systems. ( 1975, 35 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning : (final) Perkins, D.
This document provides engineering information relative to the long term operating characteristics of the five ALSEP systems presently active on the lunar surface. The information includes a current summary of the operational status of each of the systems and an assessment of the predicted life from both hardware reliability calculations and RTG power availability. Additionally, recommendations are given for managing each system in terms of power utilization for maximum life. Finally, some suggestions are provided for obtaining useful engineering data at the end of life of the respective systems. ( [1974], 22 leaves )

ALSEP long term operational planning : (interim) Perkins, D.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the optimum long term operational profile for the five ALSEP systems presently active on the moon. The main interest is centered on the turn-off sequence, for experiments and other commandable units, that gives the maximum scientific return from each ALSEP system by prudent use of the power remaining in the RTG. ( 1973, [60] leaves )

ALSEP magnetic deflection mass spectrometer Hoffman, John H.
The scope of this document is to present a report on the development, schedule, tests, and status of the Lunar ALSEP Mass Spectrometer designed to measure the composition of the lunar atmosphere from a position on the lunar surface as part of an ALSEP array of scientific experiments. Included also is a discussion of the rationale for choosing a magnetic mass spectrometer for this program. Expenditure of funds to date is given. Projected development and delivery schedules, along with manpower requirements, and cost projections are presented to show the feasibility of building flight mass spectrometers commensurate with the Apollo 17 flight schedules. ( 1970, 246 sheets )

ALSEP mission operational and task sequence description Beindorff, Richard M.
This ATM is submitted as the Flight 3 deployment sequence and is based on current data and flight configurations. It describes the tasks associated with the deployment of Flight 3, configuration and lists the time associated with each task. The experiments to be deployed on this flight consist of the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE), the Heat Flow Experiment (HFE), the Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment and the Cold Cathode Gauge Experiment (CPLEE). ( 1967, 38 p. )

ALSEP one-man deployment task sequence.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) one-man deployment task sequence, based on current flight configurations and design, is incorporated in this ATM. ( 1968, [63] leaves )

ALSEP PDR / Revision no. 2.
This document is the official media for the identification of NASA ALSEP support requirements. Additions, deletions or changes to support requirements for the ALSEP program shall be made by revision to this document. Revision 2 consists primarily of the deletion of the Particles and Fields Subsatellite (P&FS) support requirements, updates the list of supporting sites and includes provisions for use of recertified magnetic tapes for ALSEP. ( 1976, 30 leaves  )

ALSEP performance summary reports : 1973
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  287 p. )

ALSEP performance summary reports : 1974
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  362 p. )

ALSEP performance summary reports : 1975
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  381 p. )

ALSEP performance summary reports : 1976
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  459 p. )

ALSEP performance summary reports. : 1977
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  199 p. )

ALSEP power budget / Revision N. Neau, O. T.
This issue of the ALSEP power budget provides the information available at the beginning of January 1969 on the power requirements of the major ALSEP components and the resulting composite system power usage for the deliverable systems. The data reflect measurements made during testing of qualification and flight equipment. ( 1969, 10 leaves )

ALSEP power budget / Revision O. Kemp, V. C.
This issue of the ALSEP power budget provides the information available at the end of June 1970 on the power requirements of the major ALSEP components and the resulting composite system power usage for the deliverable systems. The data reflect measurements made during testing of qualification and flight equipment. ( 1970, 21 leaves )

ALSEP power budget / Revision P. Neau, O. T.
This issue of the ALSEP power budget provides the information available at the end of November 1970 on the power requirements of the major ALSEP components and the resulting composite system power usage for the deliverable systems. The data reflect measurements made during testing of qualification and flight equipment. ( 1970, 12 leaves  )

ALSEP press backgrounder : Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package
( 1969, 43 p. )

ALSEP principal investigator experiment formats (ALSEPPI) Rodriguez, Rodolfo M.
ALSEPPI is a program used to format Principal Investigator (PI) tapes for various experiments on the CDC 3200 computer from ALSEP data stored on the 821 disk file or from an Other Data (OD) tape if data is not available on the disk. ( 1973, [198] p. )

ALSEP program testing requirements McCartin, L.
The electromagnetic radiation which will occur during the ALSEP development and test program will have the characteristics listed below. ( 1966, 1 leaf  )

ALSEP prototype "A" Central Station final thermal analysis and test results Johnson, P. A.
This ATM presents the final thermal analysis and test data on the ALSEP Prototype "A" Central Station, with the primary purpose of improving the Central Station analytical model for use in future pretest and flight steady-state temperature predictions in a simulated or real environment. ( 1968, 176 p. )

ALSEP qualification design limit vibration test data summary Maszatics, J.
This technical memorandum presents a condensation of the vibration data recorded during the ALSEP design limit qualification vibration tests. The subsystems include: ALSEP Cask Assembly, Apollo Lunar Handling Tools, Apollo Lunar Surface Drill, Active Seismic Experiment, Cold Cathode Gage Experiment, Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment, Central Station Electronics, Gimbal Box-Antenna Aiming Mechanism, Heat Flow Experiment, Lunar Surface Magnetometer, Passive Seismic Experiment, Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator, Solar Wind Subsystem, and Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment ( 1969, 173 p. )

ALSEP qualification status list (QSL package) Flight 3 configuration Bendix Aerospace Systems Division
The qualification data herein covers all major assemblies and subassemblies which were qualified under either the Qual SA or the Qual SB test programs. The discussion data in the following subsections and the QSL Summary Sheets of the Appendix reflect the appropriate qual history comments and outstanding open items. ( 1969, 57 leaves )

ALSEP qualification status list (QSL package) Flight 3 configuration / Rev. A Taylor, J.
In compliance with NASA Contract NASA 9-5829 requirements, this document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as part of the ALSEP Flight 3 Acceptance Data Package (ADP). ( 1969, 54 p. )

ALSEP qualification status list (QSL package) flight 4 configuration. / Revision B.
This document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as Section 3 of the ALSEP Flight 4 Acceptance Data Package (ADP) ( 1970, 52 leaves )

ALSEP qualification status list (QSL Package) Flight 5 configuration Moskowitz, Lee S.
This document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as Section 3 of the ALSEP Array D Acceptance Data Package (ADP) ( 1971, 71 leaves )

ALSEP Qual SA thermal vacuum chamber test report Johnson, P. A.
This ATM presents test data for the ALSEP Qual SA Central Station and pallet 2 RTG packages and compares these data with analytical predilections with the primary purpose being to accurately predict steady-state temperatures for operation in a real lunar environment. ( 1969, 181 leaves )

ALSEP reliability mathematical model and prediction addendum 1 HFE / Rev. no. G-1 Hiebert, Robert W.
This addendum covers the effect on the prediction of HFE due to changes in the electronic design. ( 1971, 3 leaves  )

ALSEP reliability mathematical model and prediction addendum 2 PSE / Rev. no. G2. Hiebert, Robert W.
As a result of the FMECA for PSE (ATM501 B-2) update, this addendum is issued to state that there are no changes in the single point failure summary or reliability prediction due to changes in the PSE drawings. This documentation covers Arrays A -2, D and E. ( 1971, 1 leaf  )

ALSEP reliability mathematical model and prediction addendum 3 ASE / Rev. no. G-3. Hiebert, Robert W.
This addendum updates ATM 274G to include changes in the ASE. ( 1971, 3 leaves  )

ALSEP reliability mathematical model & prediction / Rev. no. F. ALSEP Reliability Group.
This revision represents an update of the Prediction portion of the Reliability Mathematical Model, Prediction and Assessment Report. The pages contained herein, along with the unrevised pages contained in ATM-274, Rev. E dated 13 Jan. , 1967 constitute a complete issue of the Reliability Mathematical Model, Prediction and Assessment Report. ( 1967, 64 leaves )

ALSEP S-band data transmitter short term stability Reeves, J.
The purpose of this ATM is to define the carrier stability and to provide samples of typical stability data applicable to ALSEP's 1 through 4. The data presented should permit those interested in such potential use to determine if the stability is adequate for their needs. ( 1970, 9 leaves )

ALSEP/SIDE/CCGE design review presentation Time Zero corporation
CONTENTS: Electrical -- Mechanical -- Thermal -- Test ( 1968, 77 p. )

ALSEP system integration tests Gilham, A. W. S.
This unscheduled ATM has been written to define in more detail the test programs to be employed during system integration. ( 1966, 2 leaves )

ALSEP system mass properties / Rev. no. AG. Foster, Robert.
This report covers mass property information on all ALSEP Flight hardware. It includes, for the first time, actual mass property test results for both subpacks of Flight 5. ( 1971, 20 leaves )

ALSEP system mass properties / Rev. no. AI. Foster, Robert.
This report covers mass property information on all ALSEP Flight hardware. ( 1972, 16 leaves )

ALSEP system orientation manual (4-hour course) topical outline Lewis, John F.
This ATM presents the scope of information and its format to be included in the ALSEP System Orientation Manual (4-Hour Course). ( 1966, 9 leaves  )

ALSEP system test requirements / Rev. no. A. Gilham, A. W. S.
This is a preliminary analysis of ALSEP system test requirements and some recommendations for acceptance testing of the ALSEP system at BxS and KSC. ( 1966, 47 leaves )

ALSEP telemetry data simulation Coleman, C.
Describes a system used to check out programs written to decommutate and process telemetry (TM) data in real-time. ( 1967, 43 leaves )

ALSEP termination report Bates, James R.; Lauderdale, W. W.; Kernaghan, Harold.
The ALSEP experiments (Apollo 11 to Apollo 17) are described and pertinent operational history is given for each experiment. The ALSEP data processing and distribution are described together with an extensive discussion on archiving. Engineering closeout tests and results are given, and the status and configuration of the experiments at termination are documented. Significant science findings are summarized by selected investigators. Significant operational data and recommendations are also included. ( 1979, [161] p. )

ALSEP thermal performance at off-equator latitudes Johnson, P. A.
This document presents results from an off-equator deployment study for ALSEP and presents recommended design changes and predicted thermal performance for the central station and associated experiments for Apollo flights 13 through 16. Emphasis is placed on required modifications to thermal control system designs and to alignment devices. ( 1970, v, 59 leaves )

ALSEP thermal vacuum test summary analysis Snedeker, F.
The scope of the test included all ALSEP Prototype "A" subsystems, the environmental control systems, and the associated test equipment to verify results in each phase of the test. ( 1968, 130 leaves )

ALSEP transient analysis Bahn, L.
This ATM describes the transient analysis of ALSEP (E-1 Model) when subject to the LEM-ALSEP trapezoidal pulse. ( 1966, 22 leaves )

Alternate antenna pointing concept schedule Hutton, V. E.
This ATM is in response to Action Item B6-0721-10B and summarizes the schedule dates regarding investigation of the alternate antenna pointing concept. This information was requested by Gerke at the July Monthly Review, Systems Engineering Satellite Meeting. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Analysis of #1 rocket motor firing on ALSEP Wadleigh, K. H.
The purpose of this analysis is to determine the structural effect on ALSEP of an inadvertent rocket motor firing before the ASE is deployed. ( 1970, 45 leaves )

Analysis of LEAM experiment response to charged particles Perkins, Donald H.
The objectives of the Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) were to measure the long-term variations in cosmic dust influx rates and the extent and nature of the lunar ejecta. While analyzing these characteristics in the data, it was discovered that a majority of the events could not be associated with hypervelocity particle impacts of the type usually identified with cosmic dust, but could only be correlated with the lunar surface and local sun angle. The possibility that charged particles could be incident on the sensors led to an analysis of the electronics to determine if such signals could cause the large pulse height analysis (PHA) signals. A qualitative analysis of the PHA circuit showed that an alternative mode of operation existed if the input signal were composed of pulses with pulse durations very long compared to the durations for which it was designed. This alternative mode would give large PHA outputs even though the actual input amplitudes were small. This revelation led to the examination of the sensor and its response to charged particles to determine the type of signals that could be expected. ( 1976, [143] leaves )

Analysis of LPTTL, its capabilities and deficiencies when used by itself or in interface with LPDTL Andreasen, K. D.
The purpose of this memo is to investigate the interface conditions arising from the use of low power transistor-transistor logic (LPTTL) in conjunction with low power diode-transistor logic (LPDTL) and to familiarize the reader with the fundamental characteristics which make transistor-transistor logic (TTL) of any power level unique, demonstrating the inherent performance characteristic limits of low power transistor-transistor logic if applied in conventional logic design. ( 1970, 15 p. )

Analysis of pressure data relating to the PSE SN03 pneumatic caging subsystem non-conformance status. / Rev. no. A. Johnson, R. S.
The report represented by this supplement to ATM 920 is an analysis of pressure data collected as a result of monitoring the pneumatic caging subsystem of the PSE, SN03, during the time interval extending from 10/30/70 to 4/27/71 (179 days) ( 1971, 65 leaves )

Analysis of reserve power telemetered data for Qual SA post vibration IST Heinz, F. A.
Analysis of telemetered reserve power data during ALSEP Qual SA testing provides an insight into the proper use of this data in conjunction with other telemetered information. The information is applicable to all ALSEP Flight Models. ( 1968, 8 p. )

Annex C to network operations directive for NASA manned space flight operations ALSEP operations Wood, H. William.
This Annex to the "Network Operations Directive" for NASA Manned Space Flight Operations contains information and instructions applicable to the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) missions. ( 1969, ca. 145 p. )

Apollo 12 CAL. Comp. plots
Temperature and power usage plots of Central Station and experiment parameters. Covers the first (December 18, 1969) through the twentieth (July 3, 1971) lunations. ( 1969-1972, 284 sheets )

Apollo 12 PSE thermal anomaly final report Griffin, J.
This ATM summarizes the results of the BxA study conducted to investigate the ALSEP Flight 1 PSE Thermal Anomaly. The purpose of the study was to (1) correlate the Flight 1 PSE sensor lunar performance results, (2) determine the most probable cause of the temperature related anomalies, (3) recommend possible thermal modifications to the Flight 4 PSE (Apollo 14) and subsequent units, (4) resolve thermal problems encountered in the implementation of the modifications, (5) provide thermal performance predictions for Apollo 14 and (6) supply recornrncndations for future efforts to improve the experirnent's performance and capability as a scientific research instrument. ( 1970, 93 leaves )

Apollo 14 ALSEP uplink anomaly Wallace, R. B.
The Apollo 14 ALSEP downlink signal stopped on 1 March 1975. Efforts to regain a signal, by uplinking commands to switch to the redundant processor or transmitter, failed. ( 1975, 32 leaves )

Apollo 14 DRT installation anomaly study Reigle, T. E.
This ATM is being issued to summarize the results of the anomaly study instigated as a result of the Apollo 14 problem with Dome Removal Tool insertion on the Fuel Cask Body Release Assembly. ( 1971?, 8 leaves )

Apollo 14 final lunar surface procedures
The Apollo 14 Lunar Surface Procedures is used to document the planning for lunar surface EVA operations on Mission H-3, to describe the crew equipment interfaces, and to document the manner in which lunar surface mission requirements are planned to be implemented. ( 1970, 258 p. )

Apollo 14 LRRR pointing analysis Wainio, K.
The results of the Pointing Analysis conducted for the Apollo 14 LRRR Experiment are presented. The analysis provides parameters for the design of the LRRR alignment mechanisms. The Littrow site was the basis for the analysis. ( 1970, 12 leaves )

Apollo 14 LRRR pointing analysis, Fra Mauro Site Wainio, K.
The results of the LRRR pointing analysis conducted for the new Apollo 14 lunar landing site (Fra Mauro) are presented. The analysis provides parameters for the design of the LRRR alignment mechanism. ( 1970, 8 leaves )

Apollo 14 LRRR qualification status list Anthis, W.
It is the intent of this preliminary report to reflect the qualification rationale and summarize the qualification test plan for the LRRR Qual model. This report will be finalized to support Flight Model delivery and will be part of the Acceptance Data Package. ( 1970, 6 leaves )

Apollo 14 LRRR qualification status list / Rev. no. A. Moskowitz, Lee S.
The report has been arranged to reflect the qualification rationale differences between qualification and flight for Apollo 14, and LRRR qualification test results pertinent to evaluating its readiness for final acceptance. ( 1970, 15 leaves )

Apollo 14 LRRR thermal analysis final report Granholm, E. A.
The results of thermal analyses performed on the Apollo 14 LRRR to determine operating temperature levels and heat exchange between the Array and Structure Assembly are contained herein. ( 1970, 20 leaves )

Apollo 14 PSE long period oscillation Goodkin, Mitchell.
The anomalous condition, that of intermittent oscillations, of the Long Period Vertical seismometer of the Apollo 14 Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) and the analysis and testing which was performed in the investigation of the anomaly is described in this report. ( 1971, i, 26 leaves )

Apollo 15 30-day failure and anomaly listing report
This report contains a discussion of the significant anomalies that occurred during the Apollo 15 mission. The discussion is divided into five major areas: command and service modules; lunar module; scientific instrument module experiments; Apollo lunar surface experiment package, and associated equipment; and government furnished equipment. ( 1971, 79 p. )

Apollo 15 A. D. Little LRRR contractor parts list / Rev. no. A. Howell, F. L.
Parts and materials used by A. D. Little, Inc. in the 300 corner LRRR Array Assemblies A & B are listed on the attached sheets. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Apollo 15 anomalies investigation Marrus, Leslie D.
The purpose of this ATM is to review and status the BxA effort with respect to the Apollo 15 Anomalies Investigation. The results of analyses and completed tests are summarized and the plans for additional testing, etc. are discussed. ( 1971, 33 leaves )

Apollo 15 LRRR (300 Corner) pointing analysis Wainio, K.
This report summarizes the results of the Apollo 15 LRRR (300 Corner) Pointing Analysis. This analysis provides the parameter values for the array tilt angle and shadow mark angle, each of which are necessary to properly align the experiment on the lunar surface. These parameters are used to set the suncompass plate angle, the leveling leg stop and leg length and the suncompass shadow mark settings. Three landing sites were analyzed: the primary site, Hadley Rille and two potential alternate sites, Marius Hills and Tycho. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

Apollo 15 LRRR qualification status list / Rev. no. A. Howell, F. L.
It is the intent of this final report to reflect the qualification rationale and summarize the qualification test plan results for the LRRR Qual model. ( 1971, 23 leaves )

Apollo 15 Lunar Surface Magnetometer failure Perkins, Derek.
The LSM experiment data output became invalid at 15.07.33 hours on 10 December 1973. The data indicated "all ones". There have been spasmodic attempts by the experiment to output data since the original failure occurred, but none of the data has been valid. Evaluation of the data around the time of failure indicates that either the power regulator or the data handling circuitry has failed. ( 1974, 5 leaves  )

Apollo 15 PSE anomalies Hogeboom, L.
This ATM presents the results of the Apollo 15 Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) Anomalies Investigation. ( 1971, 28 leaves )

Apollo 16 ALSEP Array D flight system familiarization manual
The purpose of this Manual is to familiarize the reader with the scientific objectives of ALSEP, equipment make-up, system deployment, and operation. This manual describes the Apollo 16 ALSEP mission and system in Section I, subsystems in Section II, maintenance in Section III, and operations in Section IV. Supplementary command and measurement data are provided in the Appendices. A brief account of the operational experience of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package (EASEP) of Apollo 11, and the ALSEP systems of Apollo 12 and 14 is included in Section 1. ( 1971, 296 p. )

Apollo 16, EVA planning assumptions, LRV traverse assessment : December 1971
Contains assumptions, activity metabolic comparison 15 actual versus 16 planning, Apollo 16 EVA summary, Apollo 16-Descartes traverses calculated data, and riding traverse distance all concerning use of the lunar rover vehicle. ( 1971, 21 pages )

Apollo 16 launch April 16 Atchison, Kenneth C.
General release -- Countdown -- Launch and mission profile -- Apollo 16 mission objectives -- Scientific results of Apollo 11, 12, 14 and L.s missions -- Apollo 16 landing site -- Lunar surface science -- Lunar orbital science -- Medical experiments and tests -- engineering/operational tests and demonstration -- Lunar roving vehicle -- Lunar communications relay unit (LCRU) -- Television and ground commanded television assembly -- Photographic equipment -- Astronaut equipment -- Apollo 16 flags, lunar module plaque -- Saturn V launch vehicle -- Apollo spacecraft -- Crew biographies -- Spaceflight tracking and data support network -- Environmental impact of Apollo/Saturn V mission -- Program management -- Conversion table ( 1972, 172 leaves )

Apollo 16 LRV traverses
Gives a narrative description of the goals, table of information (station, time, travel time, geological features, and observations and activities), and timeline for each of the three LRV traverses. ( 1971, 22 pages )

Apollo 16 science handbook / Revision.
The purpose of the Apollo 16 Science Handbook is to provide a summary of key mission events and science activities as an overview for management personnel in the Science and Applications Directorate and for members of the scientific community involved in real-time mission support. This handbook is intended only as a source of general information and should not be used for mission planning purposes. ( 1972, 201 p. )

Apollo 17 ALSEP Array "E" operations plan ATR-341
It is the purpose of this document to present information on the recommended procedures for initializing and maintaining proper operation of that configuration of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package designated Apollo 17 ALSEP (Array E) and herein after referred to as Array E. ( 1972, 105 leaves )

Apollo 17, final experiments mission rules, ALSEP 5, rev A
The experiment mission rules document contains all ALSEP mission rules including: all mission rules affecting crew interface with the ALSEP; all mission rules affecting mcc interface with the ALSEP through systems lifetime. (  20 p. )

Apollo 17 final flight plan Flight Planning Branch, Crew Procedures Division
( 1972, vi, 571 p. )

Apollo 17 LACE background noise anomaly Perkins, D.
The Lunar Atmospheric Composition Experiment (LACE) has experienced a zero offset condition in the low and mid mass channels of the science data since the experiment was first initialized on the moon. The cause of the background noise is attributed, by process of elimination, to the analyzer itself. Testing on the prototype and qualification models has not been able to reproduce the problem. ( 1973, 3 p. )

Apollo 17 LEAM temperature slope anomaly Perkins, D.
The Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) temperature profile, during the 8th lunation of Apollo 17 ALSEP, indicated an apparent unusually rapid rise in temperature from 176 F. to 179 F. This rise was reported as an anomaly on ASTIR 39. This memo indicates that there was no anomalous behavior in the experiment and that the effect is due to the digitization of the telemetry data. ( 1973, 3, [2] leaves )

Apollo 17 lunar surface experiments summary : case 40058 Chang, G. K.
Contains a brief description of each surface experiment including the scientific objectives, the parameters to be measured, and a very brief description of the instruments. In cases where the experiment has flown previously, some results of these prior missions are also included. ( 1972, 31 leaves )

Apollo alpha particle spectrometer : data analysis Gorenstein, Paul.; Golub, L.
The work statement of this contract was to reduce and analyze data obtained by the alpha particle spectrometer flown onboard Apollo 15 and Apollo 16. ( 1973, 25 leaves  )

Apollo cold cathode gauge experiment Johnson, Francis S.
The cold cathode gauge experiment (CCGE) was included in the ALSEP on the Apollo 12, 13, 14 and 15 missions. The Apollo 12 instrument experienced a failure after only a few hours of operation and the Apollo 13 package was not deployed due to spacecraft problems and the cancellation of the landing. The purpose of the CCGE was to evaluate the amount of gas present on the lunar surface. The CCGE indications can be expressed as concentration of particles per unit volume or as pressure, which depends on the ambient temperature in addition to the concentration. ( 1973], [22] leaves )

Apollo experiments guide Office of Manned Space Flight
Requirements, location areas, and procedures for experiment submittal for Apollo space flights. ( 1965, ca. 50 p. )

Apollo experiments program plan. / [Revision 1].
Defines the schedule and hardware planning guidelines and requirements to be used for implementation of the Apollo lunar surface and orbital science experiments. ( 1970, ca. 80 p. )

Apollo experiments program review : : lunar surface experiments Manned Spacecraft Center
CONTENTS: Mission anomalies / J. Lobb -- Apollo 16, 17 hardware status / D. Gerke -- Apollo 16, 17 principal investigator status / PI's -- Program cost status / E. Tribble -- Weight summary / R. Morton -- Previous action items / D. Lockard ( 1972, 73 p. )

Apollo : in-flight experiment guide.
Outlines the general procedures, constraints and schedules that may be of assistance to those interested in participating in the Apollo flight program with scientific, technological or medical in-flight experiments. ( 1964, ca. 40 p. )

Apollo lunar exploration missions (ALEM) program and mission definition TRW Systems
This document is the Manned Spacecraft Center plan for a program of Apollo lunar exploration. Its purposes are to present the plan for the program and to be a basic tool for mission design and control. Its companion document, the Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions (ALEM) Program Plan, provides the schedule and milestone control aspects of the program. ( 1969, 190 p. (some folded) )

Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions (ALEM) program plan Low, George M.
This program plan supports the requirements of Apollo Program Directive 4K and is based on the most current information available at the time of publication. This directive defines the ALEM schedule and hardware planning guidelines and requirements to be used as a baseline for detailed Apollo spacecraft programming. Also, this directive reflects the requirements of Apollo Program Directive 4 (APD-4). ( 1969, 65 p. )

Apollo Lunar Hand Tool Carrier operator's familiarization manual / Rev. A.
Crew Procedures associated with the Apollo Lunar Hand Tool Carrier (ALHTC) are included and specifically cover: Removal of the ALHTC from ALSEP. Unfolding of the ALHTC. Removal of Tool Retainer Assemblies. Tool transfer to ALHT. Equipment transfer to ALHT. Tool and equipment usage. ( 1969, ca. 15 p. )

Apollo Lunar Radioisotopic Heater program Courtois, D. A.
Mound Laboratory Weekly Status Report #7 January 13, 1969 to January 17, 1969 on the Apollo Lunar Radioisotopic Heater program. ( 1969, 6 leaves )

Apollo lunar science data archiving report of the Geophysical Data Evaluation Working Group Eichelman, W. F.
The Geophysical Data Evaluation Working Group has surveyed the types, quantity, and quality of data produced by the Apollo surface and orbital experiments, reviewed the data processing, and examined the procedures and capabilities of the data centers. On the basis of this study, the group has developed a set of recommendations on the archival and dissemination of these data for the purpose of optimizing their use by the scientific community in investigations directed toward understanding the origin and history of the Moon. This document contains a summary of the study and the specific recommendations. ( 1973, 97 pages )

Apollo lunar science program : report of planning teams : Part 2. Appendix
CONTENTS: Introduction -- Geological field investigations -- Mineralogy and petrography: sampling and examination of lunar surface materials -- Geochemistry -- Passive lunar seismic experiment -- Active lunar seismic experiment -- Lunar gravity measurements -- Magnetic measurements -- Lunar heat flow measurement -- Biosciences -- Mission profiles -- Preliminary study of four-hour normal and alternate missions -- Lunar atmosphere measurements ( 1964, 194 pages )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package Archive Tape Description Document
Provides the information needed by programmers to develop the software for retrieving digital experiment data from the 24- hour time-edit save tapes for any of the five Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Packages (ALSEP's). These data are contained on digital tapes archived at the National Records Center, Suitland, Maryland. ( 1975, 319 p. )

Apollo lunar surface experiments operational requirements Barnes, Glenn P.
The Apollo Lunar Surface Operational Requirements document delineates the operating concepts and the real-time support requirements for the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) program and the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package (EASEP) program. ( 1968, 10 leaves )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package : ALSEP familiarization course handout : for training purposes only : prepared for Manned Spacecraft Center
( 1969, [482] p )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) flight system familiarization manual / Revision B, Change 1.
"The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) will be used to obtain long-term scientific measurements of various physical and environmental properties of the Moon consistent with the scientific objectives of the Apollo Program. [snip] The purpose of the ALSEP Flight System Familiarization Manual is to familiarize the reader with the scientific objectives of ALSEP, equipment make-up, system deployment, and operation."--Introduction. ( 1970, ca. 385 p. )

Apollo lunar surface experiments package : Apollo 17 ALSEP (ARRAY E) familiarization course handout
The familiarization course for the Apollo 17 ALSEP (ARRAY E) is presented. The subjects discussed are: power and data subsystems, lunar surface gravimeter, lunar mass spectrometer, lunar seismic profiling experiment, and heat flow experiment. ( 1972, [262] p. )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package status reports : 1971
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  321 p. )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package status reports : 1972
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  397 p. )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package status reports : 1973
Summary of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Instrument Package (ALSEP) instruments. Placed on the Moon by the Apollo 12, 14, 15, 16, and 17 astronauts. (  153 p. )

Apollo lunar surface experiments package systems handbook ALSEP 1 Flight Control Division
This ALSEP systems handbook deals with the ALSEP 1 package containing the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE), Lunar Surface Magnetometer (LSM), Solar Wind Spectrometer (SWS), and Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment/Cold Cathode Gage Experiment (SIDE/CCGE) ( 1969, 147 p. )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package systems handbook, ALSEP 3
Information contained within this document represents the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Systems Handbook as of January 6, 1970. This document is intended for specialized use by Experiment Flight Controllers in real-time and near-real-time operations. This document, in conjunction with the ALSEP Familiarization Handbook, ALSEP MT-03, Rev B, will provide the Experiment Flight Controller with a thorough knowledge of ALSEP 3. ( 1970, 132 pages )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package systems handbook : ALSEP 4
( 1970, [34] p. )

Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package systems handbook, ALSEP A2 / PCN-1.
Information contained within this document represents the Apollo lunar surface experiments package (ALSEP) systems for ALSEP A2 (Apollo 15). This document is intended for specialized use by experiment flight controllers in real-time and near-real-time operations. ( 1971, 181 pages )

Apollo lunar surface experiments package systems handbook : Apollo 16, ALSEP 3, Array D
( 1972, 1 v. (various pagings) )

Apollo lunar surface experiments package systems handbook : Apollo 17, ALSEP 5 array E / Document change 1
( 1972, ca. 200 p. )

Apollo lunar surface experiments package systems handbook : Apollo 17, ALSEP 5 array E / Document Change 1
( 1972, 215 p. )

Apollo lunar surface scientific data recovery requirements Fry, R.
This document presents operational requirements and precautionary information related to the recovery and return of Apollo Lunar Surface Scientific Data from the first Apollo lunar landing mission (Mission G-1). The primary purpose of specifying these procedures is to assure the safe, timely handling of these lunar surface data after recovery of the spacecraft. ( 1969, iv, 8 p.  )

Apollo Program lunar surface equipment status : 18 September 1973 Eichelman, W. F.
This report covers the performance of the deployed equipment which was designed to continue to provide data after the return of the crew to earth. The report is divided into four sections, section one being the Introduction. The second section is an overall summary in the form of a graphic presentation of the time history of the percent of full capability of the instruments from the time of deployment on the lunar surface, with a gross indication of when changes occurred. The third section includes a brief word status of each instrument. The fourth section discusses each problem encountered. Problems are arranged in chronological order, and a listing of all problems by subject and number is included. ( 1973, 38 pages )

Apollo Program lunar surface equipment status : 1 December 1973 Eichelman, W. F.
This report covers the performance of the deployed equipment which was designed to continue to provide data after the return of the crew to earth. The report is divided into four sections, section one being the Introduction. The second section is an overall summary in the form of a graphic presentation of the time history of the percent of full capability of the instruments from the time of deployment on the lunar surface, with a gross indication of when changes occurred. The third section includes a brief word status of each instrument. The fourth section discusses each problem encountered. Problems are arranged in chronological order, and a listing of all problems by subject and number is included. ( 1973, 48 pages )

Apollo Program lunar surface equipment status : 1 March 1974 Eichelman, W. F.
This report covers the performance of the deployed equipment which was designed to continue to provide data after the return of the crew to earth. The report is divided into four sections, section one being the Introduction. The second section is an overall summary in the form of a graphic presentation of the time history of the percent of full capability of the instruments from the time of deployment on the lunar surface, with a gross indication of when changes occurred. The third section includes a brief word status of each instrument. The fourth section discusses each problem encountered. Problems are arranged in chronological order, and a listing of all problems by subject and number is included. ( 1974, 45 pages )

Apollo Program lunar surface equipment status : 3 June 1974 Eichelman, W. F.
This report covers the performance of the deployed equipment which was designed to continue to provide data after the return of the crew to earth. The report is divided into four sections, section one being the Introduction. The second section is an overall summary in the form of a graphic presentation of the time history of the percent of full capability of the instruments from the time of deployment on the lunar surface, with a gross indication of when changes occurred. The third section includes a brief word status of each instrument. The fourth section discusses each problem encountered. Problems are arranged in chronological order, and a listing of all problems by subject and number is included. ( 1974, 62 pages )

Apollo scientific experiments data handbook Lauderdale, W. W.; Eichelman, W. F.; Lauderdale, W. W.
A brief description of each of the Apollo scientific experiments, together with its operational history, the data content and formats, and the availability of the data. The lunar surface experiments described are the passive seismic, active seismic, lunar surface magnetometer, solar wind spectrometer, suprathermal ion detector, heat flow, charged particle, cold cathode gage, lunar geology, laser ranging retroreflector, cosmic ray detector, lunar portable magnetometer, traverse gravimeter, soil mechanics, far UV camera (lunar surface), lunar ejecta and meteorites, surface electrical properties, lunar atmospheric composition, lunar surface gravimeter, lunar seismic profiling, neutron flux, and dust detector. The orbital experiments described are the gamma-ray spectrometer, X-ray fluorescence, alpha-particle spectrometer, S-band transponder, mass spectrometer, far UV spectrometer, bistatic radar, IR scanning radiometer, particle shadows, magnetometer, lunar sounder, and laser altimeter. A brief listing of the mapping products available and information on the sample program were also included. ( 1974, 898 p. in various pagings )

Apollo XII Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment : one year report
Reviews the lunar surface operation of the Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment (SIDE) and gives the status of the experiment as of September 1, 1970, including observations of scientific and engineering interest which have been made since the 45-day preliminary report. ( 1970, ca 20 leaves )

Appendix A LSPE transmitting antenna stability investigation Owens, J. H.,
This is an Appendix to original ATM 1036 and revises the investigation to account for the monopole transmitting antenna. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

Approved materials list for ALSEP equipment Sondeen, P.
Amendment 1 to ATM 242 is issued to incorporate additional non-metallic materials which can be approved on the basis of successful prior use in ALSEP and evidence that the requirements of Array E can be met. ( 1971, 39 leaves  )

April engineering model test progress report Bedford, A.
This is the sixth monthly progress report on the ALSEP Engineering Model Systems Tests which covers the efforts during the time period 1 April through 30 April. ( 1967, 86 leaves )

April system safety progress report, ALSEP Array "E" Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E through March 1972. ( 1972, 3 leaves  )

Array E action item 604 - ripple on +5 volt line Thomas, D. J.
Action Item 604 required an investigation into the apparently unique nature of the ripple on the Array E Qual Model PC #1 +5 volt output. This ATM shows that no fault condition existed and it provides a rationale for accepting occasional uneven ripple, within specification peak-to-peak limits, as normal PCU behavior. ( 1972, 9 leaves )

Array E ALSEP Command Decoder data demodulator analysis Kemp, V. C.
This report presents the design equations used in the selection of part values, the theoretical performance for the specified uplink transmission, and the theoretical response of the command decoder with no uplink transmission. The theoretical results for no uplink transmission are compared to measured data taken on the Design Verification Model, which was presented at the Critical Design Review. ( 1971?, ii, 36 leaves )

Array E ALSEP Command Decoder functional description Alexander, G. W.; Kemp, V. C.
This ATM introduces a preliminary circuit and logic description of one redundant portion of the ALSEP Command Decoder. The description is presented in a board by board format in the direction of signal flow. ( 1971, 13 leaves )

Array E - ALSEP-component qual/flight differences and rationale Van Hoodre, G. R.
Presented herein are the Qual/Flight Components Differences and Rationale. These component differences are presented in more detail in ATM 1054. The reason to present this information in this manner and format is to expedite the ALSEP Array E certification. ( 1972, 9 leaves  )

Array E ALSEP-LMS high voltage power supply capacitor problem analysis and corrective action Cook, D.
The purpose of this report is to document a capacitor problem discovered in the high voltage power supplies being built for Lunar Mass Spectrometer (LMS) and to describe the plan to correct the problem. ( 1971, 17 leaves )

Array E calibration curves Bedford, A.
This ATM summarizes the scope and contents of the calibration curve data book and calibration magnetic tape which will be supplied to the MCC for ALSEP Array E downlink data conversion. Certain of the Array data channels require special conversions which are out of scope of the Apollo/Saturn Calibration Tape Format Mod 1; special reference to these channels is contained herein. ( 1972, 22 leaves  )

Array E - LEAM Digital Interface (54L Vs Amelco Logic) Wallace, R. B.
An analysis of the Array E (Apollo 17) Central Station-LEAM digital interface was made. ( 1971, 7 leaves )

Array E PCU failure modes, effects and criticality analysis Moskowitz, Lee S.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effect and Criticality Analysis on the Bendix designed Power Conditioning Unit for the Array E ALSEP System. The analysis reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in final flight configuration. ( 1971, 39 leaves )

Array E PCU failure modes, effects and criticality analysis / Rev. no. A. Moskowitz, Lee S.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effect and Criticality Analysis on the Bendix designed Power Conditioning Unit for the Array E ALSEP System. The analysis reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in final flight configuration. This document has been revised to reflect the latest engineering changes as presented at the CDR of 14 June 1971. ( 1971, 39 leaves )

Array E S-Band compatibility test results analysis Jensen, C. W.
This report documents an investigation of the MSFN/ALSEP S-Band Compatibility Test Results and provides a rationale and recommendation relative to the test validity and relative to Command Decoder Circuit Modifications made subsequent to the test performance. ( 1972, 6 leaves )

Array E Subpack I dynamic analysis Min, G. B.
This ATM presents the results of the dynamic analyses performed on two different versions of ALSEP Array E - Subpack I. One version contained the Lunar Surface Gravimeter ( LSG) experiment, among others, while the other version contained the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) in place of the LSG. The analysis was undertaken to obtain an early estimate of the experiment dynamic environments and dynamic loads in order to compare these with previous Subpack I arrays. ( 1971, vi, 127 leaves )

Array E system description Bedford, A.
This ATM describes the ALSEP Array E System. Its main purpose is to convey an understanding of the Power and Data Subsystems operation to a depth just above the circuit schematic level. ( 1972, [145] leaves )

Array E system grounding philosophy Wallace, R. B.
This ATM briefly describes modifications to system grounding philosophy from those applied on previous flights and provides system, component, and experiment grounding details. ( 1971?, 14 leaves )

Array E time/cycle sensitive list / Rev. no. A Hendrickson, J. E.
The time/cycle sensitive list for Array E is shown below. These parts are the only ones in which a possibility exists that they may be operated or cycled close to their design limit. ( 1972, 1 leaf  )

Array E uplink redundancy method justification Dallaire, Rodney J.
This ATM provides the reliability justification for the redundancy method employed in the Array E (Apollo 17) uplink. The Array E uplink employs standby redundancy without cross-over and automatic switch-over after 61 hours in the event of uplink failure. ( 1971, 13 leaves )

ASE/CE 16 ch. multiplexer -A/D converter reliability prediction and failure mode, effects & criticality analysis Dallaire, Rodney J.
reflects the final flight configuration for the Array D ALSEP System. ( 1970, 16 p. )

ASE/CE 16 ch. multiplexer -A/D converter reliability prediction and failure mode, effects & criticality analysis / Revision A. Dallaire, Rodney J.
This ATM documents the Reliability Prediction and Failure Modes Effects & Criticality Analysis of the Bendix designed ASE/CE 16 CH Multiplexer A/D Converter. The analysis reflects the final flight configuration for the Array D ALSEP System. Revision A clarifies the discussion of single point failure modes in Paragraph 3. 0. ( 1970, 16 p. )

ASE data format Zimmer, J.
This ATM is written in response to Action Item B6-0805-5B requesting Bendix to evaluate the Stanford proposed data format. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

ASE geophones and mortar box assembly alignment tests Micocci, Angelo J.
This ATM contains the reports on two (2) tests performed to determine astronaut capability to align the ASE Mortar Box Assembly (MBA)/geophones to the required limits of azimuth accuracy without a sophisticated sighting mechanism. ( 1967, [25] leaves )

A. S. E. GLA antenna stowage Krause, P.
This ATM discusses an alternate stowage design for the mortar box antenna cable. ( 1967, 2 p. )

ASE grenade transmitter frequency drift McDowell, J. R.
This ATM provides a projection of the maximum frequency of the Flight 5 and Spare Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) grenade transmitters up to 6 years from transmitter acceptance testing. ( 1971, 20 leaves )

ASE off-equatorial thermal study Wright, N.
The purpose of this ATM is to summarize the results of an in-house thermal study conducted to evaluate the thermal performance of the Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) for the current landing site latitude specification range of 5 degrees for Apollo flights 11 through 13 as compared to the revised landing site requirement of 45 degrees latitude for Apollo flights 14 through 19. ( 1970, iv, 19 leaves )

ASE qualification test McDowell, J. R.
This ATM has been prepared (per Qual C QTRR RFC 1-2) to correlate the overall qualification testing of the Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) and the Final Reports will collectively document the qualification results. ( 1969, 10 p. )

ASE redesign evaluation
This ATM summarizes the Bendix evaluation of the ASE pallet design and subsequent results of the test program conducted at Langley Research Center to verify the adequacy of the ASE design and deployment modifications during a series of live grenade firings in a vacuum environment. The verification includes an evaluation of (1) the Mortar Package/Pallet Assembly stability and structural integrity, (2) dust accumulation and pressure wave impingement effects on ALSEP, (3) performance and effects of launch tube covers and (4) the overall effects of firing grenades in an off-loaded configuration. ( 1971, 212 leaves )

Assessment of two year ALSEP Array E capability Hendrickson, J. E.
Considers specific subjects related to ALSEP two year life expectancy, namely: Reliability Predictions; Time/Cycle Sensitive Items; Previous ALSEP Lunar Operations; Thermal/Power Prediction vs Time; and Qualification Levels. ( 1972, 17 leaves )

A trade-off study of various methods of releasing the LEAM dust covers Cooper, J. W.
At PDR, NASA has asked BxA to re-examine the present reefing line/pyrotechnic squib plans to be sure they are optimized with respect to reliability and other pertinent engineering parameters. ( 1971, 13 leaves )

August and September system safety progress report ALSEP Array E.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) through September 1971. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Band mechanism for cask retention Dewhirst, D. L.
This ATM outlines the structural considerations pertinent to the band mechanism which supports the graphite cask. ( 1967, 12 leaves )

Bendix data transmitter housing material change Courtois, D. A.
This ATM presents a comparison of Bendix Data Transmitters with housings machined of aluminum versus those with housings machined of magnesium. A second action item from the same meeting required an analysis of the effect of increasing the countersink diameter of two mounting plate holes. This analysis is also summarized in this ATM ( 1970, 14 p. )

Bendix data transmitter qualification units Courtois, D. A.
This ATM presents a summary of operating events which led to a decision to stop qualification testing with the Serial Number 23 unit and perform a complete qualification sequence with Serial Number 21. This ATM satisfies action required per the Delta QTRR Meeting on 2 September 1970. (  8 p. )

Bi-reflector HFE electronics package thermal design Griffin, J.; Psaros, G.
This ATM summarizes the analytical and test results of the nominal ALSEP bireflector HFE electronics package assembly thermal control system which was developed for use at the lunar equator. The test results summarized include the engineering component and ALSEP system thermal/vacuum tests. ( 1970, 63 leaves )

Block 3 operations plan Neau, O. T.
The Block 3 Operations Plan was originally scheduled for publication on 20 October 1966. However, as no significant changes have occurred since the publication of the Block 2 Operations Plan, ATR-18 dated 12 September 1966, the latter document is still effective and serves the requirement of Block 3 as well. Accordingly no separate Block 3 Operations Plan will be issued. ( 1966, 1 leaf )

Block I and II mechanical and thermal design Bendix Systems Division
As a result of a design meeting held Monday 25 April between G. Burton, L. McCartin and cognizant PE's and subsequent discussions the following design decisions were reached. All of the mandatory Block II changes should be included in Block l if the schedule permits. ( 1966, 3 leaves  )

Brief description of the PSE sensor exciter Lewko, John.
The following ATM has been prepared to provide a short description and discussion of the Passive Seismic Sensor Exciter Unit used with the Passive Seismic Experiment during system testing. ( 1967, 5 leaves )

Calibration information for Experiments 71-063A-10 and 72-031A-09
This document consists of a temperature correction procedure supplied by Dr. Paul Bjockholm of American Science and Engineering, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts. ( 1973, 5 leaves  )

Catalog of Apollo experiment operations Sullivan, Thomas A.
Reviews Apollo mission reports, preliminary science reports, technical crew debriefings, lunar surface operations plans, and various relevant lunar experiment documents, collecting engineering- and operation-specific information by experiment. Organized by discrete experimental and equipment items emplaced or operated on the lunar surface or at zero gravity during the Apollo missions. Also attempts to summarize some of the general problems encountered on the surface and provides guidelines for the design of future lunar surface experiments with an eye toward operations. ( 1994, 161 p. )

Central Station power and thermal balance Douthat, D. Z.
This memorandum defines the manner in which central station heaters, power dumps and experiment standby are to be arranged. The five switched central station heaters are replaced by two switched power dumps. ( 1966, 6 leaves )

Central Station power switching characteristics Douthat, D.
This ATM summarizes the conditions which led to the ALSEP Central Station Discrepancy Report AA 7344 and analyzes the results of trouble shooting steps performed to isolate and define the anomaly. Recommendations are made regarding proper operational procedures. ( 1968, 9 leaves )

Central Station timer and command decoder interface Tosh, W. M.
This unscheduled ATM is published to define the switching operation of the Central Station Timer and its interface with the Delayed Command Sequencer and Pulse Shaping Circuits of the Command Decoder. ( 1968, 6 leaves )

Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment (CPLEE) Reasoner, David Lukens
This report describes past accomplishments in detail along with plans for future research programs using data from the instrument. ( 1974, 151 leaves )

Command list (Array A-2) Bendix Aerospace Systems Division
This command list applies to Array A-Z. Command lists for Arrays A, B and C (Flight Systems 1, 3, 4) are given in ATM-369 and the command list for Array D is given in ATM-872. This ATM also summarizes and collates the command usage for the Arrays A, B, C, A-Z and D. ( 1970, 18 leaves  )

Command list (Array A-2) / Rev. no. B. Kemp, V. C.
This command list in Table 1, applies to Array A-2. This ATM also summarizes and collates the command usage for the Arrays A, B, C, A-2 and D in Tables 2 and 3. ( 1970, 18 leaves )

Command list (Array D) / Rev. no. A. Howell, R.
( 1970, 15 leaves )

Command list (Array E) / Rev. no. B. Thomas, D. J.
This listing of command allocations is applicable to ALSEP Array E, with the following complement of experiments: Lunar Surface Gravimeter, Lunar Ejecta and Meteorite, Lunar Seismic Profiling, Lunar Mass Spectrometer, Heat Flow. ( 1971, 19 leaves )

Command List (Array E) / Rev. no. D. Thomas, D. J.
This listing of command allocations is applicable to ALSEP Array E, with the following complement of experiments: #1 Lunar Mass Spectrometer #2 Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites #3 Heat Flow #4 Lunar Surface Gravimeter #5 Lunar Seismic Profiling. ( 1972, 20 leaves )

Command list / Rev. no. J. Neau, O. T.
This command list, applicable to Flight Models 1, 3 and 4 of ALSEP, supersedes previous editions. Flight Model #2 has been allocated for use in the EASEP program, commands for which are defined in EATM-4 (Rev. A) dated 1 February 1969. ( 1969, 16 leaves  )

Comparative safety analysis LSP timers Lavin, W. J.
An analysis has been performed on the LSP direct drive timers to determine if the inherent safety of the experiment has been compromised by the recent changes in the safe arm slide timer and battery timer designs. ( 1972, 11 leaves )

Contingency procedures for ALSEP Flight #4 Marrus, Leslie D.
The following contingency procedures represent various remedies for contingencies which may arise during ALSEP deployment. This information will be used by H-3 Mission Support Personnel at MCC. ( 1970, 90 leaves )

Contract end item detail specification (prime equipment).
"This part of this specification establishes the requirements for performance, design, test and qualification of one type-model-series of equipment identified as the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP)."--P. I-1.;"This specification establishes the requirements for identification and acceptance of Flight Model 2 of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) System to be formally accepted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration."--P. II-2. ( 1968, ca. 55 leaves )

CPLEE parts application analysis Simonds, T. A.
This report presents the results of the parts application analysis for the flight model CPLEE Experiment. This analysis represents an updating of previous parts application data prepared for prototype CPLEE hardware. ( 1968, 91 p. )

CPLEE thermal design analysis and test correlation Toelle, D.
This ATM summarizes the analytical and test results of the CPLEE thermal control system which was originally developed for use at the nominal ALSEP deployment about the lunar equator. The analytical results summarized include (1) the pertinent engineering tradeoffs, (2) the design changes to improve performance and to satisfy off-equator experiment requirements and (3) the thermal performance at the equator and at off-equator deployment sites up to 60° latitude. ( 1970, viii, 71 leaves )

Crew engineering analysis report for LRRR (300) Kuechenmeister, T. J.
The following compilation of Crew Engineering reports documents the human factors considerations that influenced the LRRR (300) design and the LRRR (300) deployment plans. ( 1971, 52 leaves )

Crew engineering ASE test Micocci, Angelo J.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the results of changes made as required by the ASE deployment during acceptance testing of the E-2C Training Model. The specific test performed by Crew Engineering was the one associated with pull forces on the central station during thumper deployment; however, that test provided an opportunity to evaluate some of the changes recommended earlier and incorporated into the Qual Model hardware used for performing this test. This ATM contains a discussion of the background, purpose, hardware used, facility, procedures and test condition sand recommendations. ( 1970, 8 leaves )

Crew engineering design effort for LRRR Micocci, Angelo J.
The following compilation of Crew Systems and Operations human factors engineering design inputs to the LRRR Design Group constitutes the changes required to modify the Apollo 11 LRRR design to the Apollo 14 configuration. ( 1970, 3 leaves )

Crew engineering design effort for LRRR(300) Marrus, Leslie D.
The following compilation constitutes the Crew Engineering LRRR(300) design inputs to the LRRR(300) Design Group. ( 1971, 3 leaves )

Crew engineering evaluation 300C LRRR concept model / Rev. no. A. Redick, Ronald L.
This ATM discusses the results of Crew Engineering deployment of the LRRR concept model by a pressure suited subject, and recommendations for design improvements. resulting from the evaluation. ( 1971, 11 leaves )

Crew engineering evaluation of the Array D Mortar Package Assembly Pallet crew engineering model Kuechenmeister, T. J.
The following ATM presents the results of Crew Engineering evaluation of the ALSEP Array D (Apollo 16) MPA/MPA Pallet crew deployment tasks. ( 1971, 13 leaves )

Crew engineering evaluation of the Array E Antenna Aiming Mechanism Engineering Model Kuechenmeister, T. J.
On July 8, 1971, shirt sleeve and pressure-suited evaluations of the Array E (Apollo 17) Antenna Aiming Mechanism Engineering Model were conducted by BxA Crew Engineering. ( 1971, 25 leaves )

Crew engineering evaluation of the Array E LEAM Experiment crew engineering model Kuechenmeister, T. J.
In February 1971 the BxA Crew Engineering Group performed a lG, space-suited deployment test of the Array E LEAM Experiment Crew Engineering Mock-up to evaluate the Astronaut interface in the areas of manipulative characteristics, reach parameters and emplacement including leveling and alignment. ( 1971, 12 leaves )

Crew engineering evaluation of the Array E - LMS Experiment Crew Engineering Model Deppe, R.
On January 22, 1971 the BxA Crew Engineering Group performed a 1G, space-suited deployment test of the Array E (Apollo 17) - LMS Experiment. For this purpose a Crew Engineering Model was designed and fabricated from unreleased drawings. ( 1971, 9 leaves )

Crew engineering test plan for evaluation of the Array E Antenna Aiming Mechanism Geiss, H. W.
To determine if a pressure-suited deployment of the Array E (Apollo 17) Antenna Aiming Mechanism would present any handling and/or adjustment problems to the crew. ( 1971, 5 leaves  )

Crew engineering tests for handling of the Active Seismic Experiment during deployment Micocci, Angelo J.
This is an unscheduled ATM which delineates and describes Crew Engineering test objectives, hardware to be used, and the alternate methods to be employed in determining the optimum method for retrieval and handling of the Mortar Box Assembly during deployment of the Active Seismic Experiment. ( 1967, 6 leaves )

Crew systems analysis report for LRRR Marrus, Leslie D.
The following compilation of Crew Systems and Operations reports documents the human factors and systems analysis considerations that influenced the LRRR design and the LRRR deployment plans. ( 1970, 2 leaves )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book General Electric Company Apollo Systems Department
CONTENTS: Introduction -- ALSEP Array A configuration -- ALSEP Array A operational data -- Constraints and limitations -- ALSEP Array A command descriptions ( 1969, 113 p. )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Admendment 10
Complete new Appendix E for Apollo 16 ALSEP Array D plus four other lunar surface experiments. ( 1972, 171 pages )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Amendment 13
Complete new Appendix F for the following lunar surface experiments: Apollo 17 ALSEP Array E: a. Heat Flow b. Lunar Surface Gravimeter c. Lunar Seismic Profiling d. Lunar Atmospheric Composition e. Lunar Ejecta and Meteorite Non-ALSEP: a. Surface Electrical Properties b. Traverse Gravimeter c. Lunar Neutron Probe d. Cosmic Ray Detector. ( 1972, 250 pages )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Amendment 15
Specific changes and additions to technical data pertaining to the Apollo 17 lunar surface experiments. ( 1972, 33 pages )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Amendment 6
Specific data relating to ALSEP Array "C" ( 1971, 31 pages )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Amendment 7
Specific changes relating to SIDE/CCGE data for ALSEP Array "C" ( 1971, 12 pages )

CSM/LM spacecraft operational data book : data change notification form / Vol. 5, Amendment 9
Specific changes and additions to technical data pertaining to Apollo 15 ALSEP, Array A-2. ( 1971, 47 pages )

Data acquisition plan
Contains test procedures to be used for validating the compatibility of Spacecraft Tracking and Data Acquisition Network to Mission Control Center and their readiness to support the ALSEP program. ( 1976, 63 pages  )

Data acquisition plan Apollo 15 (Mission J-1) : (AS-510/112/LM-10/ALSEP Array A-2/P&FS)
The purpose of this document are: 1. To define for support agencies external to MSC those documents containing mission configuration and utilization requirements, 2. Give a description of the contents of each document and establish a precedence where similar or redundant information is contained in more than one document, and 3. Serve as a control document for ready reference in determining the status of each document. ( 1970, 19 p. )

Data management study Bedford, A.
This report discusses the problems of handling, controlling and displaying data received from Space Scientific Experiments in the Shuttle Era. This report is primarily concerned with developing criteria for classifying or categorizing the final output of the data management system in terms of response time, quantity of data, type of processing required, purpose of displaying the data and type of display. The initial impetus for generating this report was a desire to eliminate some of the problems and restrictions on the data handling and displays which were experienced during the ALSEP program. ( 1974, 19 leaves )

Data management study event detection Bedford, A.
This report discusses the problems of handling, controlling and displaying data received from Space Scientific Experiments in the Shuttle Era. The initial impetus for generating this report was a desire to eliminate some of the problems and restrictions on the data handling and displays which were experienced during the ALSEP program. As the study progressed it soon became apparent that a critical review aimed at up-grading the ALSEP data management system was too li1nited in scope due to the major advances which have been made in all aspects of data handling during the last ten years. Consequently the scope of the study was widened to embrace all aspects of data management and the applicability of the latest techniques. ( [1974?], 19 leaves )

Data processing plan for ALSEP and EASEP / Revision 1
This document covers the processing of telemetry data, preparing tapes compatible with Principal Investigators computers, ephemeris data, calibration tape copies and the digital-to-analog tapes for passive seismic experiment, as of October 10, 1969. ( 1969, 59 p. )

Data processing procedures for ALSEP production Rowe, G. W.
Describes the steps necessary for the production processing of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) telemetry data; provides guidelines and procedures necessary to insure quality processing ; and familiarize personnel with ALSEP data processing procedures. ( 1974, 73 p. )

Data processing procedures for ALSEP production / Change 1, April 1974. Rowe, G. W.
Describes the steps necessary for the production processing of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) telemetry data; provides guidelines and procedures necessary to insure quality processing ; and familiarize personnel with ALSEP data processing procedures. ( 1974, ca. 100 leaves )

Data Processor functional description Collins, W.
The unscheduled ATM covers the functional description of the Data Processor. ( 1966, 11 leaves )

Data subsystem programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) Moenart, R. W.
This ATM is a statement of the data subsystem test program presently being written for the DPS-2000 computer in the System Test Set. ( 1966, 14 leaves )

December - January system safety progress report ALSEP Array E Lavin, W. J
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E through January 1972. ( 1972, 4 leaves  )

Deletion of geophone temperature sensor Weidner, E.
Initially the LSP design included a geophone temperature sensor in one of the geophones. This ATM is written to provide the rationale for not incorporating the temperature sensor in the Lunar Seismic Profiling (LSP) design. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Description of SIDE/CCGE Experiments for ALSEP Magee, R. M.
This is an unscheduled ATM which has been prepared to provide Bendix personnel with an introduction and understanding to the SIDE and CCGE experiments. ( 1966, 42 leaves )

Design certification review : supplement for ALSEP Array A-2
Its purpose is to define the design and performance differences between ALSEP Array A2 and ALSEP Array A (Flight Systern 1) which was described in BSR 2454 ( 1971, 104 p. )

Design information on RF antenna cap for ALSEP Central Station testing Sahadi, G.
( 1967, 2 leaves )

Development of a power dissipation model for the Power Conditioning Unit (PCU) Wilburn, F. E.; Wilson, H. W.
This memorandum summarizes the effort to develop a mathematical model of the power dissipation within the PCU and to adapt that model to assist in the central station power/thermal analytical studies that have been required during ALSEP system development. ( 1968, 23 p. )

Direct observation of the lunar photoelectron layer Reasoner, David Lukens; Burke, William J.
In this paper we report on observations of stable photoelectron fluxes, with energies between 40 and 200 ev by the Apollo XIV Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment (CPLEE). These observations, made in the magnetotail under near vacuum conditions, are compared with numerically calculated photoemission spectra to determine the approximate potential difference between ground and CPLEE's apertures (26 cm). ( 1971, ca. 45 leaves )

Documentation requirements for space experiment system programs / Rev. A. Wallace, R. B.
Cost effective program documentation requirements are not easily developed for a complex program as in the example of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) for the Apollo program. The documentation requirements for ALSEP are discussed and compared to ASTP program requirements in the report and are presented as the basis for the formulation of recommendations for documentation requirements for future scientific experiment programs. ( 1975, 52 leaves )

DPS 2000 (system test set) programming for one or more simultaneously operating experiments Coleman, C. W.
Only one experiment will be printing output on the line printer at a time. ( 1966, 1 leaf )

Dual 90 channel multiplexer reliability prediction and failure mode, effects & criticality analysis Mansour, John.
This ATM documents the Reliability Prediction and Failure Modes and Effects analysis of the Bendix de signed Dual 90 Channel Multiplexer. The analysis reflects the final flight configuration for the A2 ALSEP system. ( 1970, 18 leaves )

Dual A/D converter reliability prediction and failure mode, effects & criticality analysis Dallaire, Rodney J.
This ATM documents the Reliability Prediction and Failure Modes Effects & Criticality Analysis of the Bendix designed Dual A/D Converter. The analysis reflects the final flight configuration for the Array D ALSEP System. ( 1970, 13 leaves )

Dust Detector engineering model development and tests Gedge, J. L.
This ATM describes the engineering model development and contains the results of the laboratory tests performed, and the discrepancies that have occurred. A photograph of the detector assembly is shown in Figure 13, and Figure 14 shows the engineering model electronics assembly. ( 1967, 24 leaves )

Early Apollo Scientific Experiment Package 30-day report Lunar Surface Operations and Planning Office
CONTENTS: Passive Seismic Experiment Package -- Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector ( 1969, 12 leaves )

Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package (EASEP) flight system familiarization manual Bendix Corporation, Aerospace Systems Division
The purpose of the EASEP Flight System Familiarization Manual is to familiarize the reader with the scientific objectives of EASEP, equipment make-up, system deployment, and operation. This manual describes the EASEP mission and system in Section I, EASEP packages in Section II, and Section III, and operations in Section IV. Supplementary command and measurement data is provided in the Appendices. ( 1969, ca. 155 p. )

Early Apollo scientific experiments payload : EASEP familiarization course handout
( 1969, ca. 225 p. )

EASEP crew systems & operations analyses Grubbs, H. Y.,
This EATM contains analyses for the deployment of the EASEP and the criteria upon which the crew systems design review for all drawings was based. ( 1969, 35 leaves )

EASEP crew systems & operations deployment task/time sequence analyses for LRRR & PSEP Marrus, Leslie D.
This EATM presents the EASEP deployment task/time sequence analyses for the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR) and the Passive Seismic Experiment Package (PSEP). Separate and combined task/time deployment sequences for the LRRR and PSEP are included. ( 1969, 14 leaves )

EASEP handbook for Apollo 11 flight crew General Electric Company, Apollo Systems Department
The EASEP mission consists of two independent self-contained experiment packages; the Passive Seismic Experiment Package (PSEP) and the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector Experiment (LRRR). In addition, the Solar Wind Composition Experiment (SWC) is included in this handbook. The PSEP contains a structure/thermal subsystem, a data subsystem, and electrical power subsystem, and the Passive Seismic Experiment subsystem. The electrical power and data subsystems are described in Section 2.0 while the experiments are described in Section 3.0. Information on experiments carried on later flights is not included in this handbook. ( 1969, 36 p. )

EASEP PSE and central station reliability prediction Jones, Ralph.
This EATM contains preliminary reliability predictions which reflect performance of the PSE and central station when deployed on the lunar surface and activated by solar cell power. The probabilities of successfully transmitting data through the downlink, surviving lunar night and turning on the next lunar morning are presented. ( 1969, 7 leaves )

EASEP/PSEP solar panel development design of the EASE-PSEP solar panel array Gibson, R.
The details of the solar panel design are presented. ( 1968, 27 leaves )

EASEP solar panel occultation Wallack, Frank.
This EATM describes the results of a detailed investigation and analysis performed to determine the effect upon the system during solar array occultation which can be encountered on the lunar surface during and after deployment by the astronaut or as a result of the terminator moving across the lunar surface. In addition the effects of various rates of occultation were analyzed. ( 1969, 9 leaves )

EASEP solar panel occultation / Rev. no. A. Wallack, Frank.
This EATM describes the results of a detailed investigation and analysis is performed to determine the effect upon the system during solar array occultation which can be encountered on the lunar surface during and after deployment by the astronaut or as a result of the terminator moving across the lunar surface. ( 1969, 9 leaves )

EEE parts list for the LEAM Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein is a composite list of EEE parts used in the LEAM experiment. Section A presents LEAM Bendix EEE parts list. Section B presents LEAM Time Zero EEE parts list. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

EEE parts list for the LSG Experiments Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein is the composite list of EEE parts used in the LSG experiment. ( 1971, 12 leaves  )

Effect of North and South Hadley Rille Landing Sites on ALSEP Array A-2 thermal performance Urbanik, R.
Presented herein are the results of a brief study conducted to evaluate the effect on the ALSEP Array A-2 thermal performance by the lunar terrain surrounding the two candidate Hadley Rille landing sites. ( 1971, 11 leaves )

Effects of the Lunar Module on ALSEP. Manned Spacecraft Center (U.S.)
Attached is a copy of a memo generated by Space Physics Division of MSC further confirming that the LM assent over pressure effects should not affect ALSEP, flying debris is negligible, and it is unlikely that LM will explode. ( 1967, [10] leaves )

Electronic systems test program Apollo communications system ALSEP command link test report Patrick, A. E.
To verify the command link from the unified S-band Manned Space Flight Network (MSFN) to the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP), a series of tests was performed at the Manned Spacecraft Center at Houston, Texas. The ALSEP command link test program was primarily devoted to the investigation of anomalies associated with the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package (EASEP), which was placed on the lunar surface by the Apollo 11 astronauts, and the investigation of the effects of two simultaneous uplink (MSFN-ALSEP) signals on the ALSEP. This report contains the results, conclusions, and recommendations concerning the ALSEP tests. ( 1969, ca. 50 leaves )

EMI investigation for Array E Jensen, C.
This ATM documents the results of an investigation of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of the ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) System. The basic EMC requirements are first established, an analysis is included to show that compatibility is theoretically achieved in the design and interface requirements, and finally a test program is defined to demonstrate that the hardware meets the specification requirements for EMC. ( 1971?, 24 leaves )

EMI protection design guideline Whiteford, James E.; Lewis, R. L.
This EMI Protection Design Guidelines report has been prepared as a guide for use by ALSEP experiment fabrication and subsystem designers. ( 1966, 5 leaves  )

EMI test results and margin of compatibility for ALSEP Array E Cripps, G. A.
This ATM provides an overall assessment of the EMI characteristics of the Flight 6 ALSEP System and summarizes the results of the Flight and Qualification Test Programs relative to EMI capability. ( 1972, 19 leaves )

End item specification for the LRRR (300) crew training model Marrus, Leslie D.
This specification defines the performance, design, construction, and interface requirements for the Crew Training Model of the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR). This model is a mechanical simulation of the LRRR (300) flight configuration incorporating most visual, and all handling and manipulative features and characteristics suitable for training a space-suited astronaut on a simulated lunar surface. ( 1970, 8 leaves  )

Equipment constraints on ALSEP deployment sequence Neau, O. T.
The major equipment constraints on the ALSEP deployment sequence are defined and basic background material for the constraints is presented. ( 1968, 9 leaves )

Evaluation of data subsystem failure modes Fatka, R.
The ALSEP Data Subsystem has been evaluated by an independent contractor to provide added confidence that no allowable sequence of commands can prevent proper operation of the ALSEP System. This report assesses the significance of the failure modes disclosed in this study. ( 1967, 8 leaves )

Evaluation of parameters effecting operating frequency for the Active Seismic Experiment (mortar) Wilburn, Frank.
The analytical study was performed to determine the tradeoffs effecting the selection of the optimum operating frequency for the lunar based Active Seismic Mortar Experiment. ( 1966, 16 leaves )

Evaluation of Solar Wind Spectrometer experiment Marrus, Leslie D.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the test and evaluation of the Solar Wind Spectrometer Experiment, at the BxA Mission and Crew Engineering test facility. The M & C Engineering mockup was used to test the alignment characteristics of the SWSE and the prototype model was used to evaluate the astronaut's capability of successfully removing the SWSE from Pallet I and extending the leveling legs. ( 1967, [9] leaves )

Evaluation of systems engineering approaches : (preliminary report) Perkins, D.
This technical memorandum discusses the theoretical aspects of Systems Management, reviews the Systems Engineering approach used on the ALSEP program and concludes with recommendations for future programs. ( 1974, 25 leaves )

Evaluation of the Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment Micocci, Angelo J.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the test and evaluation of the CPLEE, conducted by a BxA Suited subject at the Mission and Crew Engineering test facility on 7 July 1967. ( 1967, [12] leaves )

Evaluation of the Flight # 14 LR3 (mock- up) design Redick, Ronald L.
On March 25 the Crew Systems and Operations group performed a pressure suited, 1 G deployment of the LR3 Mock-Up. The purpose of the test was to evaluate the astronaut interface in the areas of manipulative characteristics, reach parameters and emplacement, including leveling and alignment. ( 1970, 11 leaves )

Evaluation of the use of the Lunar Support Leg to lift the LSM from Pallet No. 1 Marrus, Leslie D.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the test and evaluation of the Lunar Surface Magnetometer (LSM) removal concept proposed by NASA (ARC)/Philco. Following vibration testing of the LSM at BxA, a Mission and Crew Engineering test subject evaluated the use of the topmost Lunar Support Leg to lift the LSM from Pallet I. ( 1967, [4] leaves )

Exhibit B ALSEP technical specification.
This specification defines the performance interface, and design requirements for the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP). ( 1966, viii, 64 leaves (some folded) )

Expected SIDE vibration environment on Array A2
During the Array A-2/HFE PDR held on 29 October 19701 BxA was assigned an action item to assess the vibration environments that the SIDE would be subjected to for the revised Subpackage II configuration with the HFE replacing the ALHT and verify that the previous Qualification Test levels have not been exceeded. This memorandum presents the engineering rationale and provides supporting test data that confirms that the SIDE is qualified for the Array A-2 SP-II configuration. ( 1971, [17] leaves )

Experiment designer's guide for new ALSEP experiments Knight, T.
This ATM provides information to assist those considering new experiments for inclusion on future ALSEP missions. ( 1967, vi, 45 leaves )

Experiment electrical interface definitions Perkins, Derek.
This ATM defines the electrical interfaces, both internal and external, for each experiment. ( 1966, 33 leaves )

Experiment electrical interface definitions / Rev. no. B. Perkins, Derek.
This memorandum provides the information made available by the experiments since the issue of Revision A. ( 1966, 13 leaves  )

Experiment electrical interface definitions / Rev. no. C. Perkins, Derek.
This ATM defines the electrical interfaces, both internal and external, for each experiment. ( 1966, 42 leaves )

Experiment electrical interface definitions / Rev. no. D. Perkins, Derek.
This revision details changes to Revision C of ATM-483. ( 1966, 7 leaves  )

Experiment electrical interface definitions / Rev. no. E. Perkins, Derek.
This revision details changes to Revisions C and D of ATM-483. ( 1966, 7 leaves  )

Experiment status
Gives the status (on, off, or standby) for experiments from Apollo missions, 12, 14, 15, and 17. For later dates also given the Data bit Rate. Experiments include: Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment (SIDE), Cold Cathode Gauge Experiment (CCGE), Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment (CPLEE), Lunar Atmospheric Composition Experiment (LACE), Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites (LEAM), Solar Wind Spectrometer (SWS), and Heat Flow Experiment (HFE) ( 1974-1977, 99 leaves  )

Failure investigation, multiple grenade launching Zimmer, J.
This memo presents the results of the simultaneous grenade launching failure investigation. The failure investigation includes tests made in the field at El Mirage, California, laboratory tests made at BxA to determine the exact cause, and tests made to verify the effectiveness of corrective action implemented. The grenade launch assembly (GLA) was part of the Active Seismic Experiment on Apollo 14 and Apollo 16. ( 1968, 16 leaves )

Failure mode, effects and criticality analysis - Array D Redundant Command Receiver Fox, T. W.
( 1971, 81 leaves )

Failure mode, effects and criticality analysis of ASE EMI modifications McGinnis, P.
Criticality rankings were calculated on the basis of probability of failure, system effect and failure mode distribution. The probability criticality product (PCP) was calculated to indicate the order of criticality for each failure mode. Each potential failure having a high ranking has been considered for corrective action within the Limitations of Schedule, Budget and Weight. ( 1969, 7 leaves )

Failure mode, effects & criticality analysis LSPE ALSEP Array E Staats, J. T.
This ATM documents the Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis on the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment for the Array E (Apollo 17) ALSEP System. The report reflects analysis on those parts which are presently planned to be used in the final flight configuration. ( 1971, 137 leaves )

Failure modes and effects analysis 300 Array - LRRR / Rev. no. A. Howell, F. L.
This memo contains the results of the final FMEA for the 300 Array LRRR experiment. This analysis has been revised and is now reissued as the final revision. ( 1971, 11 leaves )

Failure modes and effects analysis ALSEP Cask Assembly Mansour, John.
The intent of this report is to evaluate the design features of the ALSEP Cask Assembly; identify potential failure modes; and to establish and/or define an acceptable contingency operational procedure designed to circumvent a failure occurrence. ( 1970, 7 leaves )

Failure modes and effects analysis - LRRR Anthis, W.
The purpose of the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is to discover critical failure areas in a system and to remove susceptibility to such failures. Each possibility of failure is considered in light of its probability of occurrence and its effect on mission success. ( 1970, 8 leaves )

Failure modes and effects analysis - LRRR / Rev. no. A. Moskowitz, Lee S.
The purpose of the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is to discover critical failure areas in the LRRR experiment and to remove susceptibility to such failures. Each possibility of failure is considered in light of its probability of occurrence and its effect on mission success. Corrective action may then be recommended for the critical failure areas. ( 1970, 11 leaves )

Failure rate data for ALSEP / Rev. no. A. Howell, F. L.
This ATM now includes failure rate data on Unitrode and Isofilm diodes and TTL integrated circuits. Also, the integrated circuit failure rate is now a function of temperature. A lunar standby K factor has been added and minor changes have been made to all failure rate charts. Appendix A, Reliability Mathematics and Methods has also been added. ( 1970, 45 leaves )

Failure rate modifiers - ALSEP inoperative phases / Rev. no. A. Pressly, C. P.
This ATM presents the failure rate modifiers to be used for various types of ALSEP equipment during those mission phases from launch through deployment. ( 1966, 3 leaves  )

Fairchild flatpack metalization effect on EASEP Andreasen, K. D.
The purpose of this EATM is to document the results of a special reliability assessment test which was performed to determine to what extent the internal metalization problem reported in ATM 806 would have on Fairchild LPDTL integrated circuits in the EASEP environment. ( 1969, 12 leaves )

Fastener reduction vibration test program for ALSEP Array A Maszatics, J.; Brueger, J.
A series of tests were conducted in order to determine the affect upon the dynamic environment of the ALSEP subpackage #1 subsystems due to reducing the quantity of fasteners used to secure the pallet to the primary structure. ( 1968, 30 p. )

February engineering model test progress report
( 1967, 57 leaves )

February - March system safety progress report - ALSEP Array E Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E through March 1972. ( 1972, 3 leaves  )

Final engineering report for ALSEP/SIDE/CCGE (Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package / Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment / Cold Cathode Gauge Experiment) Rivas, R. A.; Pollack, Sam
This engineering report describes the ALSEP /SIDE/ CCGE Experiment designed, fabricated, tested, and delivered by Marshall Laboratories in accordance with Rice University Contract No. Sl966-14. The function of the experiment is to measure the flux, number density, velocity and energy per unit charge of positive ions near the lunar surface, and to detect any lunar ambient atmospheric pressure. The experiment will measure the differential energy spectrum of ions having energies from 0. 2 ev to 3500 ev per unit charge. The report covers electrical, thermal, and mechanical descriptions of the instrument. Also included is a description of the Experiment Test Set. ( [1969?], 249 p. )

Final engineering report for ALSEP/SIDE/CCGE (Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package / Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment / Cold Cathode Gauge Experiment) Rivas, R. A.; Pollack, Sam
This engineering report describes the ALSEP /SIDE/ CCGE Experiment designed, fabricated, tested, and delivered by Marshall Laboratories in accordance with Rice University Contract No. Sl966-14. The function of the experiment is to measure the flux, number density, velocity and energy per unit charge of positive ions near the lunar surface, and to detect any lunar ambient atmospheric pressure. The experiment will measure the differential energy spectrum of ions having energies from 0. 2 ev to 3500 ev per unit charge. The report covers electrical, thermal, and mechanical descriptions of the instrument. Also included is a description of the Experiment Test Set. ( [1969?], 241 p. )

Final experiments mission rules : Apollo 15, ALSEP A2, P&FS no. 1
This document contains the experiments mission rules for ALSEP A2 and P&FS no. 1 as of June 17, 1971. ( 1971, ca. 30 leaves )

Final experiments mission rules Apollo 16 ALSEP 3/P&FS 2 / Rev A 3/1/72.
The experiment mission rules document contains all Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package and Particle and Field Subsatellite mission rules including: A. all mission rules affecting crew interface with the ALSEP and P&FS B. all mission rules affecting MCC interface with the ALSEP and P&FS through systems lifetime. ( 1972, 53 leaves )

Final isotope heater locations and masking pattern -- PSEP Central Station Simms, R. J.
The parametric studies have been completed. Since the thermal characteristics of the three configurations were so similar, the selection was primarily based upon mechanical considerations. A unique rectangular masking pattern has been found which, within the assumptions discussed, satisfy the specified thermal plate average temperature limits, of -65 F to +140 F. ( 1969, 25 leaves )

Final report ALSEP Boydbolt fastener design verification program preliminary dynamic tests Foster, R.
These preliminary dynamic tests were run subsequent to the Boydbolt static tests. The purpose was to (1) check out the revised installation technique (procedure 2. 33597 5, Revision C), (2.) examine the Boydbolt with the hardened spindles (CA 2.773-14-1) as compared with the regular bolt (CA 2773-14), and (3) further test the effect of Mylar insulation material on bolt preload. ( 1968, 13 p. )

Final report ALSEP Boydbolt fastener design verification test program Foster, R.
This report summarizes the static component tests of the Boydbolt Fasteners. The detailed procedure is covered in BSR 2448 (AtR-105). ( 1968, 29 p. )

Final report - ALSEP dust protection study Barbour, R.
The purpose of this study was to determine the modifications necessary to provide dust protection to the ALSEP systems to be flown on Apollo 14 and subsequent missions. Specifically, this includes all items that require dust protection on ALSEP flights 4, A2 and 5 for Subpackages I and II and the LRRR for Apollo 14, from installation into LM until experiment deployment on the lunar surface. ( 1970, 48 leaves )

Final report ALSEP fastener reduction study Owens Jr., J. H.
This report covers a design and analysis investigation of the ALSEP compartment #1 sun shield pallet fastener tie down system, with the purpose of reducing the number of fasteners that the astronaut must release at time of deployment. ( 1968, 40 p. )

Final report Apollo 12, 15 and 16 Lunar Surface Magnetometer experiment data analysis Sonett, Charles P.
The polarization of magnetometer signals detected at the Apollo 15 Hadley site by the Lunar Surface Magnetometer (LSM) has been studied to determine the source of the signal anisotropy which is observed and is caused by the polarization. ( 1975, [31] leaves )

Final report flight off-loading Qual confidence program for Array A ALSEP Subpackage 2 Maszatic, J.; Brueger, J.
A series of tests were conducted in order to determine the effects of off-loading (removing), either the Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment (SIDE) or the Apollo Lunar hand Tool (ALHT) from the ALSEP subpackage 2, upon the dynamic environment of the remaining subsystems. ( 1968, 41 p. )

Final report for ALSEP/SIDE/CCGE Systems 8 and 10 (ML323-6 and ML323-8) failure analysis Rivas, R. A.
This report consists of a detailed discussion of the failure analysis of the ALSEP/SIDE/CCGE instrument model ML323-6 (System 8), which failed during tests at MSC, and a presentation of forced arc tests performed on ML323-8 (System 10). The failure analysis and arc tests were conducted with the aim of duplicating and resolving the CCGE 4.5Kv turn-on malfunction exhibited by the CCGE portion of the SIDE/CCGE model ML323-2 (System 4) presently deployed and operating on the lunar surface. ( 1970, 257 leaves )

Final report for cold cathode gauge experiment (ALSEP) Johnson, Francis S.
The cold cathode gauge experiment (CCGE) was included in several of the Apollo lunar surface experiment packages (ALSEP) to evaluate the amount of gas present on the lunar surface. ( 1974, 77 leaves )

Final report of ALSEP cask cooling feasibility study Nordquist, B.
This report summarizes the analysis, design, and test activities conducted at Bendix to evaluate the potential ignition source problem of the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) fuel cask in the presence of the various vehicle fuel vapors and to establish the requirements for reducing the cask surface temperature in a manner consistent with existing flight hardware and KSC capability. ( 1968, 87 leaves )

Final report of study effort authorized under ALSEP CCP 90 Tosh, W. M.
This report presents descriptions of four concepts which, to varying degrees, might reduce the range of temperature swing during the lunar diurnal cycle. These concepts are also compared on the basis of thermal support effectiveness against the cost in terms of complexity, weight, and the feasibility of integrating into the existing hardware. ( 1968, iii, 62 leaves )

Final Report on NASA Contract NAS9-5911 The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package, Suprathermal Ion Detector Experiment.
( 1975, ca. 350 p. )

Final report on the surface electrical properties experiment Simmons, Gene
Several reprints, preprints, and an initial draft of the first publication of the SEP results are included. These documents provide a rather complete account of the details of the theory of the RFI technique, of the terrestrial tests of the technique, and of the present state of our interpretation of the Apollo 17 data. ( 1974, 261 p. )

Final report thermal analysis and correlation of ALSEP prototype cask cooling tests Nordquist, B.
Discussion of the November 1967, first Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) on-pad cask cooling tests that were carried out in order to evaluate various cask cooling concepts and as reported in Bendix ALSEP Technical Memorandum ATM #763. ( 1968, 42 leaves )

Final systems mission rules for Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package : ALSEP 3
The ALSEP mission rules are published under separate cover from the flight mission rules because of the difference in lifetime of the ALSEP operation and specific mission orientated activities. The ALSEP mission rules document will contain all ALSEP mission rules including: all mission rules effecting crew interface with the ALSEP and all mission rules effecting MCC interface with the ALSEP through ALSEP systems lifetime. ( 1970, ca. 25 leaves )

Final systems mission rules for Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package : ALSEP 4
Contains systems mission rules as of November 1, 1970 the for the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package for Apollo 14. The ALSEP mission rules document contains all ALSEP mission rules including: all mission rules affecting crew interface with the ALSEP and all mission rules affecting MCC interface with the ALSEP through ALSEP systems lifetime. ( 1970, ca. 25 leaves )

Final technical report on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment / Part 1 Strangway, David W.
This report consists of a series of reports, reprints and preprints that in themselves constitute a self-explanatory record of the work performed by the University of Toronto on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment. Areas discussed include: data handling and processing, installation and external signal application, operation of the equipment, and digital output. Detailed circuit descriptions are included. A complete unified discussion of the electromagnetic response of a plane stratified structure is reported. A detailed and comprehensive analysis of the theoretical parts of the electromagnetic is given. The numerical problem of computing numbers of the electromagnetic field strengths is discussed. It is shown that the analysis of the conductive media is not very far removed from the theoretical analysis and the numerical difficulties are not as acute as for the low-loss problem. ( 1974, 498 pages )

Final technical report on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment / Part 2 Strangway, David W.
This report consists of a series of reports, reprints and preprints that in themselves constitute a self-explanatory record of the work performed by the University of Toronto on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment. Areas discussed include: data handling and processing, installation and external signal application, operation of the equipment, and digital output. Detailed circuit descriptions are included. A complete unified discussion of the electromagnetic response of a plane stratified structure is reported. A detailed and comprehensive analysis of the theoretical parts of the electromagnetic is given. The numerical problem of computing numbers of the electromagnetic field strengths is discussed. It is shown that the analysis of the conductive media is not very far removed from the theoretical analysis and the numerical difficulties are not as acute as for the low-loss problem. ( 1974, 300 pages )

Final technical report on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment / Part 3 Strangway, David W.
This report consists of a series of reports, reprints and preprints that in themselves constitute a self-explanatory record of the work performed by the University of Toronto on the Surface Electrical Properties Experiment. Areas discussed include: data handling and processing, installation and external signal application, operation of the equipment, and digital output. Detailed circuit descriptions are included. A complete unified discussion of the electromagnetic response of a plane stratified structure is reported. A detailed and comprehensive analysis of the theoretical parts of the electromagnetic is given. The numerical problem of computing numbers of the electromagnetic field strengths is discussed. It is shown that the analysis of the conductive media is not very far removed from the theoretical analysis and the numerical difficulties are not as acute as for the low-loss problem. ( 1974, 578 pages )

First crew engineering evaluation of the Array E - LSPE Geophone Cable Reel Deppe, R.
On January 22, Crew Engineering performed a 1G, space-suited performance test with an Engineering Model of the LSPE Geophone Cable Reel. The purpose of these tests was to determine if the chosen geophone cable reel configuration would present any basic handling and deployment problems to the crew. ( 1971, 9 leaves )

Flight #3 HFE transient test Fithian, D.
High levels of noise were measured on the HFE/Central Station power and data interface lines during Flight #3 Integration Tests. Subsequent system tests including a special noise susceptibility test proved that the HFE induced noise levels were well below a margin that would adversely affect system performance. ( 1969, 4 p. )

Flight off-loading Qual confidence program for Array A ALSEP Sub-Package 1 / Final Report Maszatics, J.; Brueger, J.
A series of tests were conducted in order to determine the effect of off-loading (removing) either the Solar Wind Experiment (SWE) or the Lunar Surface Magnetometer (LSM) from the Subpack 1 of ALSEP upon the dynamic environment of the remaining subsystems. ( 1968, 22 p. )

Flight system familiarization manual : Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) / Revision B
The purpose of the ALSEP Flight System Familiarization Manual is to familiarize the reader with the scientific objectives of ALSEP, equipment make-up, system deployment, and operation. ( 1969, 416 p. )

FMEA for solar cell array King, T.
A Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) of the PSEP Solar Cell Array is presented. The analysis covers failure modes for the solar cells, their mounting and interconnection. ( 1969, 20 leaves )

Fragmentation and cratering and striking probability investigation LSPE explosive package detonation Min, G. B.
This ATM is written in response to AI-286 which requires BxA to investigate the probability of dust or debris from the detonation of an explosive packaging striking the ALSEP central station or the orbiting CSM. ( 1971, 38 leaves )

Fuel cask mount loads Watt, Jerry.
The following ATM lists the maximum design loads of Bendix Fuel Cask struts, as well as the loads in Grumman's struts. ( 1966, 11 leaves )

Functional test of active seismic geophone amplifier Tupman, J.
This ATM is in response to RFC 117-18 and defines the changes to the Active Seismic Experiment Sensor Simulator in order to provide for a one point functional check of the Active Seismic Experiment Geophone Amplifier, during subsystem and system tests. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Generator warm-up characteristics Courtois, D. A.
This document describes the warm-up process of the SNAP-27 Generator Assembly after the isotope capsule is inserted. Several inquiries have recently been received regarding this process, and deployment sequence studies are impacted. Because of the several variables associated with the turn-on of ALSEP on the lunar surface, there is no simple plot of available power as a function of time. However, some reasonable estimates can be made of available power for specific turn-on cases. ( 1968, 11 p. )

Glossary of ALSEP terminology Murtaugh, Clyde R.
This ATM is prepared in response to Action Item B6-0921-01B: "Glossary of ALSEP terminology to be submitted to MSC. Murtaugh to Gerke, 5 October 1966." ( 1966, 5 leaves )

Grenade launch tests of the ASE vertical sensor assembly Bryer, Carl.
The ASE sensor design has successfully withstood the environments caused by launching grenades for a GLA. ( 1969, 1 leaf )

Grenade transmitter operational verification tests Tupman, J.
This is an unscheduled ATM covering the Grenade Transmitter Operational Verification Tests. Using the proposed Grenade Launch Assembly (G. L.A.) Test Set, it will be possible to furnish power to the grenade transmitters when they are installed in the G. L. A. package and check for functional operation. ( 1966, 1 leaf  )

Gross hazard analysis report, LEAM Calarese, M. J.
This report presents the results of a Gross Hazard Analysis conducted to evaluate the Lunar Ejecta and Micrometeoroid Experiment (LEAM) for potential hazards. ( 1971, 7 leaves )

Gross hazard analysis report, LMS Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the Gross Hazard Analysis of the Lunar Mass Spectrometer (LMS) experiment. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

Guidelines for modified ALSEP design study.
The principle objective of this study program is to define modifications to the present ALSEP system in order to extend the Lunar Surface science capability of the Apollo missions. This increased capability is to be achieved through the accommodation of more experiments per mission including both existing and new designs as selected from a candidate list. ( 1969, 5 leaves )

Handling, packaging, transportation and storage of ALSEP Array E flight hardware and support equipment Lavin, W. J.
This document outlines the general methods utilized to achieve the ALSEP Array E requirements related to preservation, packaging, handling, storing and shipping. ( 1972, 30 leaves )

Heat Flow Experiment Johnson, W. E.
This ATM is submitted to comply with Action Item B6-0721-14B, W. E. Johnson to G. Kenney. This item was assigned during the MSC meeting of 21-July-66 held at The Bendix Systems Division, Ann Arbor, Michigan." Bendix System to forward Arthur D. Little manpower loading (for heat flow experiment) to MSC". ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Heat Flow Experiment Johnson, W. E.
This ATM is submitted to comply with Action Item B6-0721-12B, Herbert to Kemiey. This item was assigned during the MSC meeting of 21-July-66 held at The Bendix Systems Division, Ann Arbor, Michigan. "Bendix Systems to supply MSC with a break down on weight estimates for the heat flow experiment." ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Heat Flow Experiment engineering model 1 & 2 testing sequence Kuschel, R. F.
This ATM has been prepared to summarize the several sequences of experiment testing as they are presently defined for engineering model 1 & 2 and probe brassboard only. ( 1967, 27 leaves )

Heat loss through LSM flight cable Psaros, G.
The heat loss through the constantan section of the LSM cable has been analyzed by a closed analytical solution. This solution includes the losses due to conduction and radiation. The effect of the radiation losses from the cable both internal and external to the EGFU package are also accounted for. The heat loss during lunar night was computed using boundary conditions consistent with the ALSEP environment, and found to be .25 watts. ( 1968, [4] leaves )

HFE power off during lunar night Smith, B. D.
This ATM responds to an MSC request that Bendix review the unscheduled operation of the HFE with power off during lunar night, provide an assessment of the low temperature to which the instrument was exposed and appraise the possible impairment of reliability. ( 1971, 9 leaves )

HFE SN-05 calibration constants Bedford, A.
This ATM specifies the calibration constants for the Heat Flow Experiment, SN-05, which is a part of the ALSEP Flight #3 System. These constants are published herein primarily because of their application in ALSEP telemetry data reduction for MCC display purposes. ( 1969, 4 leaves )

HFE subpallet dynamic analysis Wadleigh, K. H.
This ATM presents the results of a dynamic analysis of the heat flow experiment subpallet assembly for Array D. Both the engineering test model and the flight model were investigated. ( 1970, 37 leaves )

High temperature operation of EASEP transmitters Reeves, J. T.
High temperature functional tests were performed on Prototype Transmitter SN-5 and Qualification Transmitter SN-8 to determine operating characteristics of ALSEP data transmitters in the high temperature possible at EASEP initial deployment. ( 1969, 11 leaves )

Housekeeping data during active seismic mode Douthat, D. Z.
Five of the sixteen channels of the analog multiplexer in the Active Seismic data processor have been as signed for central station measurements. These five will be the only telemetry on the central station during Active Seismic operation. ( 1966, 1 leaf  )

Human factors analysis effort for LRRR Marrus, Leslie D.
The following compilation of Crew Systems and Operations human factors analysis design criteria and requirements inputs to the LRRR Design Group constitutes the baseline parameters required to modify the Apollo 11 LRRR design to the Apollo 14 configuration. ( 1970, 2 leaves )

Human factors analysis effort for LRRR(300) Marrus, Leslie D.
The following compilation of Crew Engineering human factors analysis design criteria and requirements inputs to the LRRR(300) Design Group constitutes the baseline parameters for the design of the LRRR(300), ( 1971, 3 leaves )

Human visual performance during deployment of ALSEP in a lunar visual environment McIntire, W. L.
The purpose of this investigation is to analyze the light reflected from the lunar surface, the light reflected from ALSEP, the contrast between the luminance of ALSEP and the lunar surface, the absence of scattered light, the capabilities of the astronaut, and effect on human visual performance when operating in this lunar visual environment. ( 1968, [11] leaves )

Impact of new lunar surface information on ALSEP design Wilburn, F. E.
This ATM describes recent scientific evidence, and resulting conclusions relating to the Apollo Landing Site Surface Model in the specific areas of cohesion, bearing strength and "effective slope." The possible effects of these changes on the ALSEP design and deployment are also discussed. ( 1967, 8 leaves )

Impact of open lines in experiment cables Wilson, H. W.
The purpose of this EATM is to answer the questions raised at the PSEP CDR regarding cutting the unused experiment cables. It is shown that there will be no impact on system performance as a result of cutting/these unused cables. ( 1969, 4 leaves  )

Interface control specification for astronaut/LRRR (300) Marrus, Leslie D.
This specification establishes the requirements for the interface between the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR) experiment and the astronaut, while on the lunar surface. ( 1970, 10 leaves  )

Investigation into the scrambling of Array E Qualification Model PDU relays at turn-on Thomas, D. J.
During the C/S Functional Test (TP2365551) on the Array E Qualification Model, it was determined that the initial position of Power Distribution Unit (PDU) relays following a slow turn-on resulted in a scrambled status. This discrepancy was documented in DR AC4186 and FR E6. This report documents the analysis and design change to be incorporated in the PDU to eliminate this discrepant operation, ( 1972, 18 leaves )

Investigation of ALSEP address codes Goodkin, Mitchell.
A computer simulation was generated to determine if one or more seven (7) bit code groups, other than those codes presently in use on ALSEP, are available for addressing additional ALSEP systems. ( 1969, 43 leaves )

Investigation of Array E Experiment EMI test data validity Jensen, C. W.
This ATM provides rationale for acceptance of EMI test results from Engineering or Prototype test hardware as a valid basis for determining adequate margins of compatibility in conducted and radiated EMI characteristics on Array E subsystem interfaces. ( 1972, 6 leaves  )

Investigation of Flight II Central Station overvoltage condition Mansour, J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Reliability/Engineering investigation of the overvoltage condition that occurred while performing the Flight II Central Station power dissipation test. The objective was to assess the flight worthiness of the C/S components and to identify any overstressed piece parts. ( 1968, 14 p. )

Investigation of PSE anomalies Apollo 12 Mission Hogeboom, L.
This report provides the results of investigations of Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) anomalies from Apollo 12 mission. ( 1970, 148 leaves )

Investigations into the ALSEP Flight 1 "A" transmitter anomaly Reeves, J. T.
This ATM presents the findings from analyses of test data, from available portions of the recorded data and from the communications written during the period of the anomalous performance. ( 1970, 18 leaves )

January engineering model test progress report Bedford, A.
This is the third monthly progress report on the ALSEP Engineering Model Systems Tests which covers the activities during the time period 1 January through 31 January 1967. ( 1967, 56 leaves )

July system safety progress report ALSEP Array E Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Progress for ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) through July 1971. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Justification for 85' antenna McCartin, L.
This ATM covers the justification for the 85 foot antenna and complies to Action Items B011404 and B011413. ( 1966, 3 leaves  )

Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR) familiarization manual / Revision A.
Covers the scientific objectives of the lunar laser ranging experiment, the LRRR equipment makeup, deployment and operation. Covers the Apollo 11 and 14 experiments and the not yet deployed Apollo 15 reflector. ( 1971, [40] p. )

LEAM CDR parts application analysis Van Hoorde, G. R.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the parts application analysis study performed on the LEAM Experiment. ( 1971, 58 leaves  )

LEAM DVT mechanical functional test Pilon, Paul.
A functional test of the mechanical features used for release of folding mechanisms and deployment of the LEAM experiment was performed on the DVT model prior to installation of the electronics. ( 1971, 22 leaves )

LEAM DVT thermal test report Mills, L. S.
The LEAM DVT Thermal tests were conducted 15 March through 23 March 1971 in the NRC 4' x 8' thermal vacuum chamber located in plant 2. Sixteen thermal conditions were imposed on the DVT model encompassing Survival, Night, Sunset, and Noon cases. Temperature data from these tests was used to update the thermal model which in turn was used to update the design of the LEAM qualification model. ( 1971, 51 leaves )

LEAM dynamic analysis and testing results DVT model Kaliniec, L.
This ATM presents the results of the dynamic analysis and testing performed on the DVT model of the LEAM Experiment Package. The interface of this package is with the Array E (Apollo 17) - Subpack No. 2 pallet. ( 1971, 80 leaves )

LEAM dynamic analysis, Flight Model Wadleigh, K. H.
This ATM gives the results of the dynamic analysis on the LEAM Flight Model Experiment Package. The DVT model dynamic analysis and testing results were presented in ATM 1022, Reference 1. A comparison of the flight model hardware and DVT model hardware is made. ( 1971, ii, 53 leaves )

LEAM failure mode effect and criticality analysis Cooper, J. W.
This ATM documents the Failure Mode Effect and Criticality Analysis of the LEAM experiment. The analysis reflects data available at the PDR. This preliminary ATM will be updated at CDR. ( 1971, 29 leaves )

LEAM film development test report Simms, R.
The purpose of the test is to provide thermal vacuum test data to allow computation of the film temperature and verify the measured optical properties of the film. A secondary purpose is to verify the thermal effects of using a beryllium-copper support grid between the film and frame. ( 1971, 41 leaves )

LEAM film development vibration test report Kaliniec, L.
Since Parylene C, of which the present LEAM DVT sensor films are made, is stronger than Parylene N, of which the Pioneer dust detector sensor films were made, it was deemed reasonable to study whether or not the film support mesh used in the dust detector experiment could be eliminated. Removal of the mesh means less blockage of the particle impact area thus a higher probability of particle incidence. ( 1971, 27 leaves )

LEAM reliability numerical analysis Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein are the results of the reliability numerical analysis conducted on the LEAM experiment. This analysis was conducted in accordance with the requirements of "Failure Rate Data for ALSEP" ATM 605A. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

LEAM reliability numerical analysis, reliability mathematical model, failure mode, effects and criticality analysis, and single point failures Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein are the results of the reliability analysis conducted on the LEAM. This ATM comprises reliability numerical analysis, reliability mathematical models, failure modes, effects and criticality analysis, and single point failures. ( 1971, 100 leaves )

LEAM reliability prediction Cooper, J. W.
This ATM documents the Reliability Prediction for the LEAM. It reflects the information available at the PDR of the subcontractor, Time Zero. This preliminary ATM will be updated for CDR. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

LEAM sensor front film development report Perkins, Derek.
A development program was defined to determine the characteristics required by the front film to survive the lunar environment and also to benefit from any recent developments in the state of the art of Parylene deposition to produce a thinner film which could detect smaller or lower energy particles. ( 1971, 12 leaves  )

LEAM thermal anomaly investigation report Perkins, Donald H.
An investigation was conducted to determine why the temperature of the Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) exceeded the math model predictions when operating on the lunar surface. ( 1973, [69] leaves )

LEAM thermal design, analysis and tests final report Psaros, G.
This ATM summarizes the LEAM thermal control design, analysis and test program including the DVT T/V test and the qual/flight T/V acceptance tests. ( 1972, ii, 96 leaves )

LEAM thermal design report Mills, L. S.
The Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) thermal design is a result of thermal math model development, DVT model testing, and math model refinement. ( 1971, 18 leaves )

Linearizing thermistors for use as temperature sensors Steinmeye, D. R.
Conventional negative temperature coefficient thermistors can be made to give a linear emf readout over a limited range if used in the right kind of circuit. A computer program is described which, given the thermistor data in tabular form and the desired temperature range, calculates optimum circuitvalves which minimize the linearization error. ( [1972?], 22 leaves )

LMS experiment non metallic materials list Howell, F. L.; Hiebert, Robert W.
Presented herein is the Non Metallic Materials List for the LMS. Exhibit A defines Non Metallic Materials for BxA and Exhibit B defines Non Metallic Materials for UTD portions of the LMS design. The data herein represents the status of the LMS experiment design at the time of the Array E CDR. ( 1971, 11 leaves )

LMS qualification and flight acceptance T/V test summary and thermal design final report Toelle, Dan.
This ATM summarizes the analytical and test results of the Lunar Mass Spectrometer thermal control system. The first section introduces the hardware and develops the mathematical thermal model of the experiment. The second section summarizes the Qualification and Flight Acceptance thermal vacuum testing program, and the third section presents the lunar surface predictions of the hardware. ( 1972, 77 leaves )

LMS reliability EE parts list addendum -1 / Rev. no. -1. Hiebert, Robert W.
This Addendum updates the subject ATM per request on NASA letter EH 2/l0-8/L503/l3-480. ( 1971, 2 leaves )

LMS reliability FMECA and SPFS / Rev. no. B. Hiebert, Robert W.
Presented herein are the Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis and the Single Point Failure Summary for the Lunar Mass Spectrometer. The "A" Revision was required to include the Lock Out Switching Circuit(see page 174 for description). The "B" Revision is required due to the design change on the Emission Control from a fixed mode ionization voltage (Assy. #151-700) to a multimode ionization voltage (Assy. #151-550) ( 1972, 166 leaves )

LMS reliability part application analysis / Rev. no. B. Hiebert, Robert W.
Presented herein are the parts application analysis results as performed on the Lunar Mass Spectrometer. Parts application analysis worksheets are presented in Appendix A for BxA and in Appendix B for UTD. The A Revision herein has been updated to include the Lock Out Switching Circuit (page 190). The B Revision applies to the Flight Model only and is different in that the Flight Model has the Multimode Emission Control Ion Source Voltage (Assembly #151-550) while the Qual Model has the Fixed Mode Emission Control Ion Source Voltage (Assembly #151-700). Both Emission Control Assemblies are electrically interchangeable. ( 1972, 199 leaves )

LMS reliability time/cycle sensitive parts list / Rev. no. A. Hendrickson, J.
The time/cycle sensitive parts for ALSEP Array E LMS experiment are shown below. These parts are the only ones which may be cycled to a degree in which the performance changes over a two year period. ( 1972, 1 leaf )

LMS thermal/vacuum test reports Tente, A. S.
The compiled reports contained herein represent the total data accumulated in the testing of the LMS components in a simulated lunar environment. ( 1971, 197 leaves )

Log of ALSEP technical memoranda (ATM) Bendix Corporation Aerospace Systems Division
Gives the ATM number, issue date, author, and title for the ALSEP technical memoranda (ATM) from Bendix. ( 1966-1972, 138 p. )

LRRR(300) acceptance test deployment sequence Geiss, H. W.
The following deployment procedure is the Crew Engineering Acceptance Test Sequence for the LRRR(300) Trainer. This deployment sequence includes all the tasks and equipment manipulations that the astronauts will be required to perform with the LRRR(300) during training and on the lunar surface, with the exception of package removal tasks. ( 1971, 2 leaves )

LRRR(300) astronaut trainer acceptance plan Geiss, H. W.
The following is the Crew Engineering Acceptance Plan for the LRRR(300) Astronaut Trainer. ( 1971, 3 leaves )

LRRR(300) astronaut trainer acceptance test results Redick, Ronald L.
The Acceptance Test performed by CS&O provides a means of evaluating the astronaut interface manipulative characteristics for the LRRR(300) Astronaut Trainer prior to delivery. CS&O personnel ensure that the LRRR(300) is a satisfactory mechanical simulation of the Flight Model. Discrepancy Reports by the QA Department record any material defects, drawing errors and assembly errors in the model. ( 1971, 3 leaves )

LRRR 300 Corner Array dynamic analysis Goran, M.; Min, G. B.;Wadleigh, K. H.
This ATM presents the results of the structural dynamics analysis performed on the Lunar Ranging Retro Reflector 300 Corner Array. ( 1971, iv, 113 leaves )

LRRR(300) emplacement range and azimuth from LM Kuechenmeister, T. J.
Since the lifetime goal of the LRRR(300) is 10 years it is desired to minimize degrading or disabling conditions which could be brought about by LM. Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused by excessive heat, dust or kapton contamination of the retro- reflector faces, or physical movement of the LRRR which produces misalignment. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

LRRR (300) task sequence/timeline for Hadley Rille Landing Site Marrus, Leslie D.
The attached LRRR (300) Task Sequence/Timeline for the Hadley Rille Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 15 configuration of the LRRR (300) ( 1971?, 3 leaves )

LRRR (300) task sequence/timeline for Hadley Rille Landing Site / Rev. no. A. Marrus, Leslie D.
The attached LRRR (300) Task Sequence/Timeline for the Hadley Rille Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 15 configuration of the LRRR (300) ( 1971, 3 leaves )

LRRR 300 thermal design final report Granholm, E. A.
The results of thermal design/analyses performed on the 300 corner Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR 300) to determine array operating temperature levels, net array/lunar environment heat exchange, and corner optical performance profiles are contained herein, The entire LRRR thermal design effort is described commencing with the concept thermal evaluation (PDR), leading to a parametric study for design optimization, and a final analysis verification to support the candidate thermal design selection (CDR) ( 1970, iv, 31 leaves )

LRRR astronaut trainer acceptance test results Redick, Ronald L.
This ATM reports the results of the Crew Systems and Operations Acceptance Test for the LRRR Astronaut Trainer. ( 1970, 3 leaves )

LRRR emplacement range and azimuth from LM Cornille, H.
Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused by excessive heat, dust or kapton contamination of the retro-reflector faces, or physical movement of the LRRR which produces misalignment. ( 1970, 5 leaves )

LRRR emplacement range and azimuth from LM for Fra Mauro Landing Site Cornille, H.
Since the lifetime goal of the LRRR is 10 years it is desired to minimize degrading or disabling conditions which could be brought about by LM or other lunar equipment (ALSEP). Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused by excessive heat, dust or kapton contamination of the retro-reflector faces, or physical movement of the LRRR which produces misalignment. ( 1970, 5 leaves )

LRRR pointing error analysis Cornille, H.
It is desired to have the LRRR reflector array oriented as nearly normal to the incident laser radiation as possible in.order to achieve a maximum returned signal. Various factors prevent the exact alignment, however, and it is the purpose of this memo to identify these factors, their origins, and how they affect the array pointing accuracy. ( 1968, 10 leaves )

LRRR task sequence/timeline for Fra Mauro Landing Site Marrus, Leslie D.
The attached LRRR Task Sequence/Timeline for the Fra Mauro Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 14 configuration of the LRRR. ( 1970, 2 leaves )

LRRR task sequence/timeline for Littrow Landing Site Marrus, Leslie D.
The attached LRRR Task Sequence/Timeline for the Littrow Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 14 configuration of the LRRR. ( 1970, 2 leaves )

LSG Boyd Bolt release test report Lavin, W. J.
The purpose of this ATM is to perform a "worst case" analysis of LSG/Boyd Bolt interface using the data recorded at the tests performed at Arthur D. Little Incorporated on 15 July through 21 July 1971 to determine the inherent safety of the design. ( 1971, 46 leaves )

LSG flight configuration simulation Wallace, R. B.
The sensor beam of Flight Lunar Surface Gravimeter (LSG) has been centered by partially uncaging the lunar masses. In this configuration the sensor exhibits a 1. 5 Hertz oscilation. Attempts to duplicate this configuration employing the Qual LSG were unsuccessful. The beam of the Qual Model was centered employing both the mass change mechanism and the beam clamp mechanism, however, the characteristic oscillation for both conditions was approximately 17 Hertz. ( 1975, ca. 50 leaves )

LSG flight sensor closed loop performance computer analysis Dela Cruz, M.
A computer analysis of the closed loop performance of the flight sensor was performed on 15 September. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

LSG parts application analysis / Rev. no. A. Van Hoorde, G. R.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study performed on the LSG Experiment. The stress levels shown were determined on the basis of electronic piece parts operating at the worst case values of resistance, capacitance, etc., and worst case application of voltage and current levels. This ATM, Revision A, reflects the PAA results of the LSG "High Data Rate Model". ( 1971, 100 leaves  )

LSG single point failure analysis / Rev. no. B. Van Hoorde, G. R.
The purpose of this ATM is to comment on the results of the single point failure analysis conducted on the lunar surface gravimeter experiment. It is to be noted that this ATM does not include single point failure analysis on the La Coste and Romberg sensor. ( 1971, 6 leaves )

LSM engineering model pre-integration test results Glowacki, R. E.
This unscheduled ATM describes the test results obtained in pre-integration testing of the LSM Engineering Model. ( 1967, 22 leaves )

LSP detailed system hazard analysis
This Detailed System Hazard Analysis Report consists of two major sections; (1) The Detailed Fault Hazard Analysis and (2) The Fault Tree Logic Diagrams which evaluate the hazard potential of the LSP explosives during the full scope of the mission phases of installation, launch, flight, and lunar stay. ( 1971, 30 leaves )

LSPE Explosive Package stowage and deployment thermal constraints / Rev. no. A. Toelle, D.
This ATM revision presents a supplement to the study of the LSPE High Explosive Package and transport frame stowage thermal constraints subsequent to LM touchdown and prior to lunar deployment. In addition, lunar deployment thermal constraints are presented for deployment of the individual H. E. packages. This revision is meant to accompany the original ATM-1002. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

LSPE Explosive Package stowage thermal constraints Toelle, D.
This ATM presents the study of LSPE High Explosive Package and transport frame stowage thermal constraints subsequent to LM touchdown and prior to lunar deployment. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

LSPE interim stowage thermal constraints Toelle, Dan.
This ATM provides an answer to Action Iten: 521, "BxA agreed that if explosive packages are exposed to the sun for 5 hours prior to each EVA, the 40° F timer requirement will be met. BxA to revise applicable ATM with analysis to prove the 5-hour requirement is suitable." In addition interim stowage constraints required for thermal integrity are defined. ( 1971, 12 leaves )

LSPE qualification and flight acceptance T/V test summary and thermal design final report Toelle, Dan.
This ATM Summarizes the analytical and test results of the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment Thermal Control Systems. The first section introduces the hardware and develops the mathematical thermal model of the explosive package. The second section summarizes the Qualification and Flight Acceptance thermal vacuum testing programs and the third section presents the lunar surface predictions of the hardware. ( 1972, 62 leaves )

LSPE Safe/Arm Slide failure evaluation report Bendix Aerospace Systems Division
The purpose of this ATM is to (1) review the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment Safe-Arm Slide failure which occurred at the United States Naval Ordnance Laboratory (NOL). (2) evaluate the cause of the failure, (3) review the changes in Qual/Flight Slide design incorporated to eliminate problems, and (4) review the measures taken to ensure that the Qual/Flight slides were properly made. ( 1972, 44 leaves )

LSPE thermal battery test Weir, P.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of a Thermal Battery test for the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment (LSPE). ( 1972, 5 leaves  )

LSPE Timer Control Module seal leak rate analysis Staats, J. T.
The purpose of this ATM is to define the adequacy of the LSPE Timer Control Module Seals in response to the Array E CDR Action Item 382. ( 1971, 25 leaves )

LSPE transmitting antenna stability investigation Owens, J. H.,
This ATM consists of a gravitational stability investigation of the deployed LSPE dipole transmitting antenna. ( 1971, 13 leaves )

LSP explosive packages fragmentation study Min, G. B.
The purpose of this ATM is to estimate from theoretical considerations the probability of fragments from an LSP explosive package striking the ALSEP Central Station. ( 1971?, 45 leaves )

LSP ground operations and safety plan / Rev. no. B. Jones, Joseph P.
Identifies all conditions under which the explosive components of the LSP are manufactured, tested, transported, and stored while under the cognizance of the Bendix Corporation, Aerospace Systems Division (BxA). Sufficient background material has been included for this document to serve as a comprehensive reference to all safety matters related to the LSP. ( 1972, 96 leaves )

LSP operation hazard analysis / Rev. no. B. Jones, Joseph P.
The Operation Hazard Analysis evaluates all known hazards identified throughout the operational life cycle of the LSP Experiments. This analysis supplements the Detailed Hazard Analysis (ATM 1049 ) ( 1972, 16 leaves )

LSP Timer overbanking on the lunar surface Jones, Joseph P.
Early in the preliminary design phase of the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment (LSP), it was recognized that the environmental conditions to which the timer watch movements would be exposed on the lunar surface would cause an increase in balance wheel amplitude; this could cause "overbanking" and possibly large timing errors in the fast direction. This, in turn, suggested the possibility of LSP timers running out while the astronauts were still on the lunar surface and caused the potential hazard to be categorized as "Safety Catastrophic." This report presents the results of the tests conducted to acquire a fundamental understanding of the problem in quantitative terms and to reduce the hazard potential to "Safety Negligible" in the flight hardware. ( 1971, 45 leaves )

Lunar heat-flow experiment, long term temperature observations on the lunar surface at Apollo sites 15 and 17 Peters, Kenneth.; Langseth, Marcus G.
An analysis of the long term temperature histories of the heat flow experiment thermometers is presented. ( 1975, 34 p. )

Lunar Mass Spectrometer design verification thermal vacuum test / Rev. no. A. Toelle, Dan.
This revision A is to provide the LMS project group with additional data requested of them during the QTRR 5/17/72. Included are additional thermocouple data on the program sweep high voltage, low voltage power supply, and multiplier tubes high voltage cards obtained during the LMS Design Verification Test of 9/30/71. ( 1972, 40 leaves )

Lunar Mass Spectrometer EEE parts list / Rev. no. A. Hiebert, R. W.
Presented herein is the EEE parts list for the Lunar Mass Spectrometer Experiment (LMS). BxA parts are listed in Section A and University of Texas-Dallas (UTD) parts are listed in Section B. The "A" revision is a result of the redesign by UTD to include a multi-mode emission control ion source voltage. ( 1972, 20 leaves )

Lunar Mass Spectrometer reliability logic diagram Cooper, J. W.
This ATM documents the basic Lunar Mass Spectrometer Reliability Logic Diagram and establishes responsibility for the reliability calculations for each block. ( 1970, 3 leaves )

Lunar Mass Spectrometer reliability prediction / Rev. no. A. Howell, F. L.
Presented in this ATM are the Lunar Mass Spectrometer (LMS) reliability prediction and mathematical models. This A Revision has been updated to include the Lock Out Switching Circuit. ( 1971, 11 leaves )

Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment design verification thermal vacuum test Toelle, Dan.
This ATM summarizes the LSPE Design Verification Thermal Vacuum Test of the prototype model including a correlation study of the analytical thermal model. ( 1972, 36 leaves )

Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment dynamic analysis / Rev. no. 1. Ireton, Phillip H.
This revision of ATM 927 presents the results of parametric studies accomplished from 12/1/70 thru 1/29/71 on selection of isolators for soft mounting of the LSPE explosive pallet. ( 1971, 24 leaves )

Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment EEE parts list Staats, J. T.
The purpose of this ATM is to list all electronic, electrical, and electro-mechanical parts used in the Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment flight model. The tabulation of these EEE parts is divided into those used in the central station electronics, explosive packages, and subcontracted items. ( 1971, 9 leaves  )

Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment Housing and Charge Assembly foam test report Worcester, R.
This ATM presents the test results and recommendations as to the type of foam to be used in the LSPE Housing and Charge Assembly. ( 1972, 16 leaves )

Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment (LSPE) non-metallic materials list Staats, J. T.
This ATM documents the total list of non-metallic materials used in the ALSEP Array E Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment. ( 1971, 5 leaves  )

Lunar surface EVA planning guidelines Apollo J-missions Thomas, K. L.
The purpose of this document is to provide a single program reference containing the primary information required to define the lunar surface operational guidelines for the Apollo J Missions. Information presented in this document is the basic data and guidelines required to define the envelope of lunar surface operational capability. The level of detail is limited to that required to uniquely define an essential aspect of the capability envelope for current and near term needs. ( 1970, 53 leaves )

Lunar surface experiments deployment criteria mission J-2/Apollo 16
( 1971, iv, 52 p. )

Lunar surface exploration.
ALSEP: The Scientific Voice of the Moon / L. R. Lewis -- Some Aspects of ALSEP Structural/Thermal Design / J. L. McNaughton -- The ALSEP Central Station Data Subsystem / W.M. Tosh -- The Passive Seismic Experiment / D. K. Breseke and J. Lewko, Jr. -- The Active Seismic Experiment / J. R. McDowell -- The Charged-Particle Lunar Environment Experiment / A. D. Robinson and L. D. Ferguson -- The Lunar Heat Flow Experiment / B. D. Smith -- The Laser-Ranging Retroreflector / J. M. Brueger -- ALSEP Human-Engineering Design Criteria / R. L. Redick -- ALSEP Data Management / C. R. Murtaugh, W. K. Stephenson, and B. L. Sharpe -- The Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment / L. Galan -- The Lunar Mass Spectrometer Experiment / R. D. Ormsby and C. E. DeHaven, Jr. -- The Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment / J. E. Dye -- The Lunar Surface Gravimeter Experiment / H. K. Hsi and W. E. Crosmer. ( 1971, iii, 131 p. )

Lunar surface television operations plan : Apollo 16 Scott, Gary B.; Fendell, Edward I.; Harlan, Charles S.
Documents the Lunar Surface TV operations plan (LSTOP), provides TV operating procedures, and documents Lunar Surface TV requirements to be implemented. ( 1972, 34 p. )

Lunar surface temperatures from Apollo 11 data Hickson, P. J.
Thermal analysis of lunar surface temperature data from Apollo 11 flight. ( 1970, [27] leaves )

Lunar thermal measurements in conjunction with Project Apollo Clark, Sydney P.
Problems related to the feasibility of measuring lunar heat flow at the lunar surface are analyzed, and the findings which required that a drill be developed for lunar use are discussed. Numerical simulations were made of the in situ measurement of lunar thermal conductivity using a circular ring source of heat. The results of these simulations formed the basis for the criteria used in designing a subsurface thermal probe for ALSEP. Preliminary analyses are presented on the data obtained from the Apollo 15 and 17 missions. ( 1973, 70 leaves )

Magnetic cleanliness guidelines Wagman, L. P.
The purpose of this ATM is to update the ALSEP Magnetic Cleanliness Guidelines as delineated in ATM-294, dated 1 June 1966. This update is necessitated by the new complement of experiments to be flown on the ALSEP Flight 5 (Array D) configuration. For this configuration, the ASE and HFE will be used for the first time in conjunction with the LSM. ( 1970, 3 leaves )

Magnetometer experiment power profile Parker, Everette.
This report describes the latest estimate from Ames Research Center (ARC) of the magnetometer power profile. ( 1966, 5 leaves )

Magnetometer programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) Honeycutt, R.; Coleman, C. W.
This ATM is a statement of the magnetometer processing currently included in the DPS 2000 computer programs being written for the ALSEP System Test Set. ( 1966, 5 leaves )

Manned Space Flight Experiments Board minutes : Meeting 72-3 July 14, 1972 NASA Headquarters Myers, Dale D.
Biological cosmic radiation effects (BIOCORE) -- Assignment of EREP data-user investigations -- EREP program structure -- Skylab student project -- Status of lunar surface experiments -- Status of Apollo lunar orbital science experiments -- Changes in principal investigators -- Launch Assignment of approved Experiments -- MSFEB action items ( 1972, 68 pages (some folded) )

March engineering model test progress report : 31 March 1967 Bedford, A.
This is the fifth monthly progress report on the ALSEP Engineering Model Systems Tests which covers the efforts during the time period 1 March through 31 March. ( 1967, 26 leaves )

Materials handed out to the Apollo 16 surface crew during traverse briefing sessions
This document is a collection of materials handed out to the Apollo 16 surface crew during a series of traverse briefing sessions. It served as a guideline during these sessions to formulate and discuss in detail the general and specific scientific objectives of each EVA, of individual station stops and of each single task to be performed. Consequently, the document reflects the detailed background of the crew and therefore may be used by the members of the Science Support Team to familiarize themselves with the thinking to which the crew was exposed. ( 1972, 207 leaves )

Measurement list Pistor, H.
Contains all items of telemetry and commands in Array A. ( 1966, 13 leaves )

Measurement on the lunar surface of impact-produced plasma clouds Reasoner, David Lukens; O'Brien, Brian J.
Simultaneous enhancements of low-energy ions and negative particle fluxes due to the impact of the Apollo 14 Lunar Module were observed by the lunar-based Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment (CPLEE). The impact occurred 66 kilometers distant from CPLEE, and the time delay between impact and flux onset was approximate 1 minute. ( 1971, ca. 20 leaves )

Minutes of Post-Apollo Lunar Science Program Review, May 9, 1973 O'Bryant, William T.; Calia, Anthony J.
The Post-Apollo Lunar Science Program Review was held on May 9, 1973, at NASA Johnson Space Center. The meeting was co-chaired by William T. O'Bryant, Director of Lunar Programs, NASA Headquarters, and Anthony J. Calia, Director of Science and Applications, JSC. ( 1973, 110 leaves  )

Minutes of Sixth Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting
26-Jan-67 ( 1967, 93 pages )

Minutes of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting July 7, 1966
( 1966, 125 pages )

Minutes of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting November 16, 1967
( 1967, 154 pages )

Minutes of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting September 15, 1966
( 1966, 69 pages )

Minutes of the Eighth Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting
11-May-67 ( 1967, 121 pages )

Minutes of the Seventh Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting
April 5-6, 1967 ( 1967, 10 pages )

Minutes of Third JSC Lunar Program Review, October 30, 1973
The third Lunar Program Review was held via telecon on October 30, 1973. The agenda is presented in enclosure 1 and the attendees are listed in enclosure 2. ( 1973, 61 leaves  )

Minutes Tenth Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Program Interface Meeting September 7, 1967
( 1967, 114 pages )

Mission directors briefing Apollo 17 Lee, Chester M.
Overview of Apollo 17 mission including: flight to the Moon, landing, the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package, and traverses. ( 1972, 47 p. )

Mission H-2 / Apollo 13 scientific experiments requirements
This document defines the scientific operations for ALSEP Array B, the lunar geology traverse, and the crew activities during the lunar surface operation phases. The information contained in this Plan includes data on ALSEP Array B, its limitations and constraints. ( 1970, ca. 115 p. )

Mission requirements J-1 type mission Peacock, James M.
This document defines the mission objectives and experiments for Apollo Mission J-1 (Apollo 15). The detailed objectives and experiments are derived from the Mission Implementation Plan. This Mission Requirements document provides mission planning support for the implementation and accomplishment of the detailed objectives and experiments. This document will control spacecraft mission requirements used in mission planning and has precedence over all MSC or contractor documents in this respect. ( 1971, 334 p. )

Mission requirements J-3 type mission
This document defines the mission objectives and experiments for Apollo Mission J-3. The detailed objectives and experiment are derived from the Mission Implementation Plan. This Mission Requirements document provides mission planning support for the implementation and accomplishment of the detailed objectives and experiments. This document will control spacecraft mission requirements used in mission planning and has precedence over all MSC or contractor documents in this respect. ( 1972, 247 p. )

Mission science planning document Apollo Mission J-2 (Apollo 16) / Revision.
The Mission Science Planning Document (MSPD) is intended primarily as a science overview for use by experiment Principal Investigators, members of the scientific community, and personnel involved in planning science activities for the Apollo Mission J-2. It is also intended to provide detailed interim data for use in implementing the science requirements presented in the MSC-controlled J-2 Mission Requirements Document (MRD) until such data are published in other MSC-controlled documents. ( 1972, ca. 400 p. )

Mission science planning document Apollo Mission J-3 (Apollo 17) / Preliminary.
The Mission Science Planning Document (MSPD) is intended primarily as a science overview for use by experiment Principal Investigators, members of the scientific community, and personnel involved in planning science activities for the Apollo Mission J-3. It is also intended to provide detailed interim data for use in implementing the science requirements presented in the MSC-controlled J-3 Mission Requirements Document (MRD) until such data are published in other MSC-controlled documents. ( 1972, 280 pages )

Mission science planning document J-1 type mission (Apollo 15) / Revision. Baldwin, Richard R.
The Mission Science Planning Document (MSPD) is intended primarily as a science overview for use by experiment Principal Investigators, members of the scientific community, and personnel involved in planning science activities for the Apollo Mission J-1. It is also intended to provide detailed interim data for use in implementing the science requirements presented in the MSC-controlled J-1 Mission Requirements Document (MRD) until such data are published in other MSC-controlled documents. ( 1971, 355 p. )

Mission science requirements J-1 type mission (Apollo 15) / Preliminary. Baldwin, Richard R.
This report is intended for use by the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) and off-site organizations in program and mission planning and in the integration and implementation of mission science requirements. Detailed data included in this document are provided as source material for other MSC documents such as the Flight Plan, Lunar Surface Procedures, Photographic and Television Procedures, Voice Data Plan, Launch Mission Rules, and Flight Mission Rules. ( 1970, ca. 300 p. )

Mission science requirements J-1 type mission (Apollo 16) / In-process review copy.
The Science Mission Requirements Document (MSRD) is the authoritative source for the science mission requirements for Apollo Mission J-1. It is intended for use by Manned Spacecraft Center and offsite personnel for program and mission planning and for integration and implementation of science requirements. ( 1970, ca. 200 leaves )

Mission science requirements J-1 type mission (Apollo 16) / Review draft.
This document contains the science requirements for the Apollo J-1 Mission. It is intended for use by the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC) and offsite personnel in program and mission planning and in the integration and implementation of mission science requirements. ( 1970, 163 pages )

Modified ALSEP maximum antenna pointing error Lanning, H. E.
This analysis determines the maximum allowable antenna pointing error for the telemetry and command links based upon a 0 db performance margin for either nominal or worst case conditions for communication margins to be maintained. ( 1969, 15 leaves )

Moon positions relative to Earth-Sun line Breezy, T. A.
Charts depicting the Moon positions relative to the Earth-Sun line for 1971-1977. (  102 p. )

MSFN command anomaly resolution Bedford, A.; Murtaugh, C.
This ATM summarizes the evaluation and conclusions on the false command verification word anomaly, octal 177 with parity, discovered during MSFN testing at KSC with the Qual SA (MSFN Test Model), EASEP, and ALSEP-1. ( 1969, 8 p. )

Multiple foil lunar environmental analyser (FLEA package) for the evaluation of meteoroid primary impact penetration, radiant, velocity and composition, meteoroid impact ejecta and comminution products, solar wind composition, medium energy solar flare composition, solar wind sputter rate, meteoroid bumper efficiency McDonnell, J. A. M.; Berg, Otto E.
The conception of a multiple thin foil sensor has been investigated and is suggested as a very valuable tool for the accumulation of data over long exposure periods on the lunar surface. Data will lead to the evaluation of specific parameters of the meteor environment, of the solar wind spectrum and of the overall environmental erosion rates from both impact and sputtering. ( 1972, iii, 10 leaves )

Network operations support plan for ALSEP/P&FS / Revision 1. Britner, Ronald O.
The purpose of this Network Operations Support Plan (NOSP) is to provide operational configurations and procedures applicable to the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Packages (ALSEP) and the Particles and Fields Subsatellite (P&FS). ( 1974, ca. 290 p. )

Network operations support plan for ALSEP / Revision 2. Roberts, Carl O.
The purpose of this Network Operations Support Plan (NOSP) is to provide operational configurations and procedures applicable to the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Packages (ALSEP). Some information on the Particles and Fields Subsatellite (P&FS) has been retained for historical purposes. The provisions of this document take precedence over procedures contained in other documents. ( 1976, 166 pages )

News conference results from Apollo 12 lunar surface experiments.
"At 9:21 Eastern Standard Time today the ALSEP deployed on the moon by the crew of Apollo 12 started its 365th day of operation. We have with us today to explain the information we have been getting back over this past year the principal investigators of the experiments which flew on Apollo 12."-- ( 1970, 60 leaves )

Noisy SIDE data investigation, ALSEP 4 Sperber, W.
This ATM provides the results of an investigation of the Noisy SIDE Data anomaly which occurred during the ALSEP 4 (Apollo 16) Lunar Mission. ( 1971, 5 leaves )

Nominal Apollo 17 major event timelines for January 6, 1973, G.M.T. (T+24) and January 7, 1973, G.m.t. (T+48) launches Lostak, Daryl R.
Tables present major event timeline data for the nominal Apollo 17 missions launched on January 6, 1973, 01:21 G.m.t. (T+24) (January 5, 1973, 19:21 c.s.t.), and January 7, 1973, 01:28 G.m.t. (T+48) (January 6, 1973, 19:28 c.s.t.). The target lunar site is Taurus Littrow. Also shown is the revolution number for lunar events, the longitude for all events, and the deltaV and burn time for all major burns. ( 1972, 4 leaves  )

Non metallic materials list for the LEAM Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein is a composite list of non metallic materials for the LEAM Experiment. Section A presents the nonmetallic materials list for BxA. Section B presents the nonmetallic materials list for TIME - ZERO. ( 1971, 6 leaves  )

Non-metallic materials list for the LSG Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein is a composite list of all non-metallic materials used in the LSG Experiment. Section A presents the non-metallic materials list for LSG-Bendix. Section B presents the non-metallic materials list for LSG-ADL. ( 1971, 8 leaves  )

November system safety progress report ALSEP Array E Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) through November 1971. ( 1971, 4 leaves  )

October system safety progress report ALSEP Array E Jones, Joseph P.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E (Apollo 17) through October 1971. ( 1971, 5 leaves )

Operational contingency diagnostic procedures Neau, O. T.
This ATM documents Task 2 of the Operational Contingency Study defined in ATM-396. Diagnostic procedures have been described for the Operational Contingencies defined in ATM-529. Purpose of the diagnostic procedures is to provide preliminary data, to the project engineers and principal investigators, relating to the cause of the operating difficulty and to the optimum employment of the remaining capabilities. ( 1966, 48 leaves )

Operational contingency evaluation Neau, O. T.
This ATM documents Task 1 of the Operational Contingency Study defined in ATM-396. Major functional failure modes for the ALSEP Central Station and for each experiment (both Array A and Array B) have been tabulated. The format includes an estimate of the gross operational effect of each listed contingency. The referenced notes justify the assignment of each contingency to its respective degradation category and indicate the mode of recovery, where one exists. ( 1966, 32 leaves )

Packing of Central Station event measurements Douthat, D. Z.
This memo recommends that 4 or 5 central station events be packed into a single analog channel and shows a simple method for doing this. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Parts application analysis A/D Converter ALSEP Array D Dallaire, Rodney J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on the A/D Converter portion of the Dual 90 Channel Multiplexer. ( 1970, 14 leaves )

Parts application analysis - Array D Redundant Command Receiver Fox, T. W.
( 1971, 60 leaves )

Parts application analysis ASE 16 channel multiplexer -A/D converter Dallaire, Rodney J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on the ASE 16 Channel Multiplexer A/D Converter. ( 1970, 15 p. )

Parts application analysis dual 90 channel multiplexer ALSEP Array A-2 / Rev. no. A. Dallaire, Rodney J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the parts application analysis study conducted on the Dual 90 Channel Multiplexer. This multiplexer represents the Bendix designed unit which utilizes MOS-FET integrated circuits. ( 1970, i, 7 leaves )

Parts application analysis LSPE - ALSEP Array E Staats, J. T.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on the LSP Experiment. This study has included the LSPE central electronics and the Explosive Package Assembly parts and is comprised of the Bendix analysis, Geotech, and Bulova subcontractor inputs. ( 1971, 123 leaves )

Parts application analysis S-Band transmitter Taylor, J.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the Parts Application Analysis (PAA) for the S-Band transmitter designed and manufactured by the Bendix Aerospace Systems Division for use in ALSEP Flight System 2A. The data contained herein defines all transmitter parts less the current, temperature, and RF telemetery. ( 1969, 28 leaves )

Parts application analysis S-band transmitter / Revision A. Fox, T. W.
This ATM documents the Parts Application Analysis (PAA) performed on the Data Transmitter and its Telemetry circuitry. ( 1970, 29 leaves )

Parts applications analysis RSST Moskowitz, Lee S.
The major change between this document and corresponding documents as released by Gulton is the basic failure rate used in this ATM for the RCA CD4000 family of COS/MOS Fets. Bendix Reliability arrived at a more realistic failure rate in view of test data received from RCA from two separate tests. ( 1970, 19 leaves )

Passive Seismometer programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) Craig, R. K.
This ATM is a statement of the passive seismic (PS) processing currently included in the DPS 2000 computer programs being written for the ALSEP System Test Set. ( 1966, 7 leaves )

PCU - solar panel simulator test report Howell, R.
A study was performed to determine if the ALSEP Power Conditioning Unit (PCU) is compatible with a solar panel array. ( 1969, 15 leaves )

Performance prediction and analysis of the lunar heat flow probes Nathanson, D.
This report describes the mathematical modeling of the thermal behavior of the heat flow probes and surrounding medium. The computer models developed simulate the thermal performance of the conductivity experiments and will aid in the interpretation of lunar data. ( 1970, 167 leaves )

Plan for operational contingency study / Rev. no. A. Douthat, D. Z.
Revised schedule for Operational Contingency Study. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Plating of PSE leveling stool Breseke, D. K.
This ATM reviews the PSE Stool Plating Materials and Processes and briefly summarizes the thermal changes expected as a result of a loss of gold plate. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Post vibration crew engineering test Redick, Ronald L.
This ATM presents the results of post-vibration deployment of the Magnetometer Experiment and Solar Wind Experiment by the Crew Engineering Department. ( 1967, 5 leaves )

Power Conditioner Unit operational conditions for maximum reliability Simonds, T. A.
During recent discussions on the operational modes of the EASEP Central Station, a question was directed to Reliability to assess the most reliable mode of PCU operation in that with the consideration that no failures having occurred during the first Lunar Day, switchover will automatically occur from Side l to Side 2 operation at the end of that Lunar Day. ( 1969, 10 leaves )

Power profiles / Rev. no. A. Wilson, H. W.
This document illustrates the detailed variations in the operational load of the subsystems of ALSEP. This information has been generated in response to Action Item B5-0712-20B which resulted from System PDR Change No 13-12. ( 1966, 13 leaves )

Preliminary design considerations for direct radiative thermal (DRT) control Neau, O. T.
This memorandum summarizes some of the trade-off considerations necessary in the design of a direct radiator for the ALSEP central station, utilizing second surface mirrors. Recommendations for a baseline design are derived. ( 1967, 6 leaves )

Preliminary design considerations for on-pad testing of ALSEP Neau, O. T.
Within prescribed constraints, meaningful functional and performance testing of ALSEP can be effected after installation on the launch vehicle. Such testing could provide increased confidence of mission success in the event of extended launch delays or environmental stress during launch preparations. ( 1968, 12 leaves )

Preliminary isotope heater locations and masking pattern PSEP Central Station Simms, R. J.
A series of parametric thermal studies have been carried out to determine the optimum locations for the two heaters and the optimum masking pattern. ( 1968, 11 leaves )

Preliminary LSG numerical reliability analysis Van Hoorde, G. R.
Presented herein are the results of a preliminary numerical reliability analysis performed on the Lunar Surface Gravimeter. ( 1971, 14 leaves )

Preliminary LSPE integrated test plan Heljeson, M. H.
The purpose of this document is to define tests to be accomplished on the various models of the Lunar Seismic Profile Experiment (LSPE) hardware for Array E. ( 1970, [33] leaves )

Preliminary parts application analysis Lunar Surface Gravimeter Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the Parts Application Analysis study conducted on the Lunar Surface Gravimeter experiment less the La Coste and Romberg sensor. ( 1971, 114 leaves )

Preliminary science report, Charged Particle Lunar Environment Experiment (CPLEE) O'Brien, Brian J.; Reasoner, David Lukens
"During the first month of operation CPLEE has detected particle fluxes at the lunar surface resulting from a wide range of lunar surface, magnetospheric, and interplanetary phenomena. Preliminary data analysis has revealed that presence of a lunar photoelectron layer, an indication of modulation or acceleration of low energy electrons in the vicinity of the moon, penetration of auroral particles to lunar distances in the tail, detection of electron fluxes in the tail quite possible associated with the neutral sheet, strong modulations of solar wind fluxes, and the appearance of ions and electrons with energies up to 100 ev associated with the Lunar Module impact."-- ( 1970, ca. 60 leaves )

Preliminary scientific results of Apollo 15 (as of September 24, 1971)
The preliminary scientific results of Apollo 15 are set forth herein. An attempt is made to describe these results in the framework of results from previous Apollo missions. ( 1971, 15 leaves  )

Preliminary test evaluation on LSPE hazard analysis Min, G. B.
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the data collected from a one -eighth pound charge detonated under a dome at a field test site, From these data the chance of hazard to the ALSEP Electronics Central Station (ECS) and to the orbiting Command Service Module (CSM) is assessed, preliminarily through extrapolation. ( 1972, 42 leaves )

Preliminary test of the heat flow probe deployment Marrus, Leslie D.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the test and evaluation of the Heat Flow Experiment Probe Assembly conducted by two BxA subjects (working in shirt sleeves) at the Mission and Crew Engineering test facility on 1 August 1967. ( 1967, [12] leaves )

Presentation to the science advisor to the President
Covers both the lunar surface experiments (ALSEP) and the orbital science experiments of Apollo 15. ( 1971, 61 pages )

Probability of success for extended ALSEP operation Premer, S.
Tabulated and graphed below are probabilities of success for transmitter turn off at the end of periods of time extending beyond one year and for extended operation of the combined power, data and structural/thermal subsystems. ( 1966, 3 leaves )

Prototype "A" thermal vacuum test summary Frank, G. R.
This ATM presents the results of the ALSEP Prototype System Thermal Vacuum Test. ( [1968?], 110 leaves )

Prototype Central Station model "G" Cass, Derek C.
The purpose of this ATM is to outline: (i) the tests to which the Prototype "G" model of the Central Station has been subjected (ii) the problems which have occurred (iii) the various stages of mechanical assembly of the thermal plate. ( 1967, 5 leaves )

Prototype experiment pre-integration, integration & crosstalk test results Wallace, R. B.
This ATM describes the test results of the Pre-Integration, Integration and Crosstalk Tests performed on the Passive Seismic Magnetometer and Solar Wind experiments, thru the period of March-April 1967. ( 1967, 46 leaves )

Prototype experiment test results : May - June 1967 Wallace, R. B.
This ATM describes the results of the ALSEP Prototype Tests performed during the May - June 1967 period of testing. Included are the experiment Pre-Integration, Integration and Crosstalk test results. ( 1967, 27 leaves )

Prototype thermal-vacuum STS software limits and danger limits Bedford, A.; Douthat, D.
The attached tables give the values of limits placed in STS software for the Prototype Thermal Vacuum Tests. These tables have been extracted from ATM-704 in order to form a more convient reference for use in these tests. Refer to ATM-704 Appendix A for a complete listing. Also included are danger limits for all parameters. ( 1967, 14 p. )

PSE Anomalies ALSEP 4 Hogeboom, L.
This ATM provides the :results of an investigation of the PSE anomalies which occurred during the ALSEP 4 Lunar Mission. ( 1971, 34 leaves )

PSE decoupled shroud qualification status list (Apollo 15, 16, and spare) Howell, F. L.
The purpose of this report is to reflect the qualification rationale and summarize the qualification test plan for the decoupled shroud and inner shroud Qual Models. ( 1971, 9 leaves )

PSEP command list / Rev. no. B. Wilson, H. W.
This memorandum presents the current inventory of commands applicable to the Passive Seismic Experiment Package. This revision reflects changes in the initial functional mode of the equipment as it is delivered to the lunar surface. This initial operating mode is specified in the PSEP Preliminary Operations Plan (EATM-38). ( 1969, 14 leaves  )

PSEP power balance Courtois, D. A.
The purpose of this EATM is to present the results of a study of the power balance of the PSEP. The nominal operating conditions and the power balance effects of commands are described. The effects of the inadvertent introduction of any command into the PSEP are also considered from a power balance point of view. ( 1969, 8 leaves )

PSEP power management Courtois, D. A.
The purpose of this EATM is to update the description of the functional aspects of the PSEP Power Subsystem, incorporating the effects of recent changes. The functional description is presented in a series of plots of various aspects of power distribution versus the system input power. ( 1969, 9 leaves )

PSEP power requirements Wilson, H. W.
Passive Seismic Experiment Package power requirements ( 1969, 7 leaves )

PSEP power transient analysis Howell, H. R.
The purpose of this EATM is to describe the transient performance of the EASEP/PSEP system during the first lunar day, sunset, and sunrise on the second day. The results of this study have been used to determine the best system configuration and to help in operational planning. ( 1969, 9 leaves )

PSEP Qual, flight acceptance and Qual retest thermal vacuum chamber test report Johnson, P. A.; Kornemann, W.
This ATM summarizes test data derived from the PSEP Qualification, Flight Acceptance, and the Qualification Retest and compares these data with analytical predictions. The Qualification Retest was conducted so that an investigation could be made in order to determine the possible causes that could have resulted in the Apollo 11 PSEP over-temperature condition that occurred on the lunar surface following LM Ascent stage liftoff. ( 1970, xvii, 150 leaves )

PSEP weight report Courtois, D. A.
Passive Seismic Experiment Package weight report ( 1968, 4 leaves  )

PSE sensor assembly qualification status list - Apollo 15 Howell, F. L.
The purpose of this ATM is to provide a qualification-by-similarity rational to SN03, the PSE model of the previous ALSEP System QSL. ( 1971, 7 leaves )

Qualification status list ALSEP Array A2 configuration Baker, J. T.
In compliance with NASA Contract NASA 9-5829 requirements, this document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as part of the ALSEP Flight 2A Acceptance Data Package. ( 1971, 59 leaves )

Qualification status list ALSEP Array E configuration / Rev. no. A. Fox, T. W.
As of the date of publication the information herein reflects the status of Array E qualification following completion of the systems level testing on the qualification hardware. There are no outstanding Failure Reports from previous ALSEP Arrays affecting the qualification status. Only ALSEP Sub-Packages No. 1 and No. 2 are covered in this QSL. ( 1972, ii, 77 leaves )

Qualification status list fuel cask and structure assembly ALSEP Array E, Flight 6 / Revision B. Staats, J. T.; Moskowitz, Lee S.
This document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as part of the ALSEP Fuel Cask and Structure Assembly Flight 6 Acceptance Data Package (ADP). As of the date of publication, the information contained herein reflects the status of qualification following the system level thermal/vacuum, shock, and vibration tests conducted at the General Electric Missile and Space Division; Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and at Bx:A. ( 1971, 10 leaves )

Qualification status list fuel cask and structure assembly Flight 1 McGinnis, P.
This document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as part of the ALSEP Fuel Cask and Structure Assembly Flight 1 Acceptance Data Package (ADP). As of the date of publication, the information contained herein reflects the status of qualification following the system level thermal /vacuum test conducted at the General Electric Missile and Space Division, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. ( 1969, 9 leaves )

Qualification status list fuel cask and structure assembly Flight 1, Flight Back-Up, Flight 2, Flight 3 and Flight 4 / Revision A. Staats, J. T.
This document provides a Qualification Status List (QSL) for use as part of the ALSEP Fuel Cask and Structure Assembly Flight 1 Acceptance Data Package (ADP). As of the date of publication, the information contained herein reflects the status of qualification following the system level thermal /vacuum, shock, and vibration tests conducted at the General Electric Missile and Space Division, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania and at BxA. ( 1969, 7 leaves )

Real-time support aids for Apollo 16 lunar orbital experiments and photographic tasks Baldwin, Richard R.
SM Orbital Photographic Tasks -- CM Photographic Tasks -- Gamma-Ray Spectrometer (S-160) -- X-Ray Fluorescence (S-161) -- Alpha Particle Spectrometer (S-162) -- Mass Spectrometer (S-165) -- UV Photography - Earth and Moon (S-177) -- Bistatic Radar (S-170) -- Apollo 16 Experiment Requirements Summary -- Apollo 16 Science Activities Timeline Summary -- Apollo 16 Orbital Science Operation Periods -- Apollo 16 Lunar Orbital Experiments - Status and Requirements (Wall Display Reductions) -- Apollo 16 SIM Bay Experiments and Systems - Functional Control Diagram ( 1972, 23 leaves )

Recommendations for minimizing green crud Matthis, J.
The Array A-2 Green Crud problem, the investigation, and resulting recommendations were presented in ATM 1059 of 23 September 1971. With the occurrence of Green Crud in the Array E system in January, 1972 a second investigation of the means to prevent and/or remedy Green Crud was initiated. This ATM describes the results of this latter investigation. ( 1972, 15 leaves  )

Recommended operations plan for Passive Seismic Experiment Package / Rev. no. A. Wilson, H. W.
This memorandum provides revised planning information on the special activities necessary to prepare PSEP for flight, to initiate lunar operation and to establish the proper conditions for lunar night survival and subsequent re-initiation. ( 1969, 4 leaves  )

Records transmittal and receipt from NASA Manned Spacecraft Center to Federal Records Center, GSA, Fort Worth, Texas for Record Group 255
The type of records being transferred are those prepared by the Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, Ann Arbor, Michigan, who as the prime contractor, was responsible for the management of this system called Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Created by: Lunar Surface Systems Office, Lunar Surface Systems Engineering; Lunar Surface Project Office, Lunar Surface Systems Office; Lunar Surface Project Office, Lunar Surface Project Integration; Experiments Project Engineering Office, Lunar Experiments Project Office. ( 1969-1973, 419 sheets  )

Reduction of thermal barrier heat leak / Rev. no. A. Snedeker, F.
The following tables have been updated to more accurately characteristics of the conductors crossing the thermal barrier. ( 1967, 3 leaves )

Redundant ALSEP uplink system Jensh, Charles W.
This study was initiated under Contract No. NAS 9-5829 to determine the optimum means for providing a redundant ALSEP uplink system. ( 1970, 47 leaves )

Reliability analysis of PSE Sensor Heater modification Jones, Joseph P.
This report covers a modified PSE Sensor Heater circuit increasing total power dissipation from 2.5 watts to 5.5 watts principally by replacing existing components with components of higher power ratings. Particular attention was paid to the current control circuit, ( 1970, 12 leaves )

Reliability evaluation of Bulova Accutron Timers McGinnis, P.
e purpose of this ATM is to document the results of a special Reliability Evaluation Test performed by the Bendix Aerospace Systems Division on the ALSEP Central Station Timer to determine if previously identified timer indexing failure modes had been eliminated. ( 1969, 9 p. )

Reliability failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis : addendum 1; HFE / B-1. Hiebert, Robert W.
This addendum is an update to 501 B for Heat Flow Experiment (HFE), Array A-2, D, E. Contained in this addendum is the discussion of the changes and the updated Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) Work Sheets. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

Reliability failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis : addendum 2 PSE / B-2. Hiebert, Robert W.
This addendum updates the System Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) for the Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) Array A-2D, and E to the date of this addendum. ( 1971, 4 leaves )

Reliability failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis : addendum 3 ASE / B-3. Hiebert, Robert W.
This addendum updates ATM 50 1-B Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) ( 1971, 20 leaves )

Reliability overvoltage tests of Fairchild integrated operational amplifier circuits Andreasen, K. D.
The purpose of this report is to document the results of special tests performed by Bendix Aerospace Division on randomly selected samples of Fairchild integrated operational amplifier circuits to determine if damage can occur to these products due to over-voltage conditions like those experienced by the ALSEP Flight 2 equipments. ( 1968, 9 p. )

Reliability prediction - Array D Redundant Command Receiver Fox, T. W.
A reliability prediction was performed on the ALSEP Redundant Command Receiver for Bendix Aerospace Systems. ( 1971, 16 leaves )

Remote site non-recoverable ALSEP data losses for week ending...
Gives date, site, GMT, vehicle, and time lost from 12 Feb., 1973 to 17 September 1977. ( 1973-1977, 62 leaves  )

Report on the Lunar Surface Gravimeter Larson, J.; Weber, J.
Gives present operating status and highlights of scientific results from the past year. Includes charts and diagrams showing beam centering and some results. ( 1974, 10 p. )

Resettable solid state timer and command decoder interface Grudowski, R. A.
This unscheduled ATM is published to define the operation of the Resettable Solid State Timer and its interface with the Delayed Command Sequencer and Pulse Shaping Circuits of the Command Decoder. ( 1970?, 9 leaves )

Results of A-2 Schjeldahl connector "green crud" investigation Fox, T. W.
This ATM presents the results of the investigation into the Array A-2 "green crud" problems. ( 1971, 7 leaves )

Results of CPLEE alignment devices tests Micocci, Angelo J.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with a test performed on the CPLEE to determine the adequacy of alignment techniques utilizing two shadow casting devices. The test was performed at the Crew Engineering facility by a suited BxA subject. ( 1967, [10] leaves )

Results of CPLEE engineering model tests Robinson, A. D.
All the engineering model subsystem tests with the CPLEE and the CPLEE experiment test set were successfully completed during February and March. The tests were performed under both ambient pressure and vacuum conditions. ( 1967, 24 leaves )

Results of detailed thermal analysis of the Dust Detector Limbach, R. H.
This ATM presents the results of a detailed thermal analysis of the Dust Detector. The preliminary analysis presented in ATM-482 recommended that the electronics be housed in the Central Station. Therefore, this analysis predicts only the temperature of the photocells, thermistors and their housing. ( 1966, 3 leaves )

Results of feasibility tests performed to determine the handling and mating aspects of the HFE - Astronaut Connector Deppe, R. H.
This is an unscheduled ATM which presents the results of the feasibility tests performed to determine if there are any astronaut problems associated with handling the HFE - Astronaut Connector, used in ALSEP Array D. ( 1970, 7 leaves )

Results of shirt sleeve test on aided assist removal of ALSEP using a shortened boom Micocci, Angelo J.
This is an unscheduled ATM providing the results of a shirt sleeve test performed in the Bendix Mission and Crew Laboratory. The purpose of the test was to determine if shortening of the aided assist boom arm would affect the clearance between the ALSEP packages and the Landing Radar Antenna. ( 1967, [8] leaves )

Results of solar cell power system panel deployment test final report Micocci, Angelo J.
This ATM includes the results of the panel deployment test utilizing the updated Crew Engineering mockup. ( 1968, [10] leaves )

Results of the thermal mapping test on the ALSEP power conditioning unit Howell, R.
This ATM presents the results of the Thermal Mapping Test performed on the GE PCU. The test was performed between 4/9/68 and 4/11/68. ( 1968, 10 leaves )

Revision of ALSEP Antenna Assembly specification Hendrickson, J. E.
This is an unscheduled ATM describing changes in the ALSEP Antenna Assembly Specification. ( 1966, 2 leaves )

RSST/Central Station compatibility test report Reynolds, W. E.
The purpose of the engineering model Resettable Solid State Timer (RSST) I Central Station compatibility testing was to: (1) illustrate that the Central Station/RSST electrical and mechanical interfaces are compatible; (2) ascertain that the RSST performs as specified in a system configuration; and (3) verify that system test methods/procedures are compatible with the flight hardware to be tested later. ( 1970, 8 leaves )

RSST failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis Moskowitz, Lee S.
The major change between this document and corresponding documents as released by Gulton is the basic failure rate used in this ATM for the RCA CD4000 family of COS/MOS Fets. Bendix Reliability arrived at a more realistic failure rate in view of test data received from RCA frdm two separate tests. The major effect that this change has upon all related documentation is that the COS/MOS counters now have the highest probability of failure of any part used in the RSST. This changes the criticality rankings of the parts covered by this document. ( 1970, 27 leaves )

RSST failure mode summary Moskowitz, Lee S.
Releases the Failure Mode Summary into the Bendix documentation system for the Resettable Solid State Timer. The basic failure rates for the parts covered by this document were taken from ATM 879 which is the Failure Modes Effect and Criticality Analysis for the RSST. ( 1970, 10 leaves )

RSST/lunar day counter reliability analysis McGinnis, P.
This ATM presents a Reliability analysis of the Lunar Day Counter, the Resettable Solid State Timer (RSST) and the RSST with the Lunar Day Counter as back-up for the automatic turn-off function for the ALSEP flight equipment. The analysis is based on a parts count, average failure rates and two (2) years operation. ( 1969, 10 leaves )

RSST math models, block diagrams and predictions Moskowitz, Lee S.
The failure rates are listed on reliability worksheets and were adjusted for temperature and stress ratios, and screening reduction factors. The numerical reliability prediction for the RSST two year lunar phase of operation is 0.989. This was determined as shown in the math model from the summation of failure rates of all components in the system, using the negative exponential distribution. The reliability correction factor for the non-operating standby phase of the mission was calculated to be 0.99999. ( 1970, 9 leaves )

Safe-arm slide ejection effect on grenade trajectory Lipp, R.; Ireton, Philip H.
This memorandum reports the effect of the safe-arm slide ejection on the grenade range. The report also suggests a method by which the range may be computed by any interested party which includes the safe-arm slide ejection corrections. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

S-band compatibility test Whiteford, James E.
In response to Action Item B051301, the following is a statement of Bendix objectives for the proposed test and the dates of availability of the various hardware configurations. ( 1966, 2 leaves  )

Schjeldahl Dale connectors Cripps, G. A.
The Schjeldahl Dale connector was found to be best suited to the ALSEP environment and Array E program constraints (Memo 9713-325). More rigorous control of manufacture and assembly operations will ensure a highly reliable connector. This ATM details the steps to be taken to achieve this high reliability. ( 197?, 5 leaves )

Science contingency procedures mission J-2/Apollo 16
This document defines the Apollo 16 Mission Science Contingency Guidelines and equipment procedures. ( 1971, ca. 80 leaves )

Science contingency procedures mission J-2/Apollo 16, revision A
This document defines the Apollo 16 Mission Science Contingency Guidelines and equipment procedures. This document is a complete reissue which replaces the Science Contingency Procedures, Mission J-2/Apollo 16, dated November 1971. ( 1972, ca. 110 leaves )

Science operations support plan, Apollo 15
Defines the specific plans for supporting the Apollo 15 science and experiment activities during the flight phase of the mission. (  33 p. )

Science operations support plan mission J-1/Apollo 15 final Barnes, Glenn P.
"Included in this document are pertinent data resulting from the Principal Investigator's Operational Interface Meetings and are intended for use by the Principal Investigators, members of the scientific community, and personnel responsible for planning and supporting mission science requirements. These data define the scientific experiments operations, the lunar geology investigation, and the crew activities during the lunar surface operation phases."-- ( 1971, vi, 158 leaves )

Scientific experiments and equipment contingency procedures mission H-3/Apollo 14 Barnes, Glenn P.
CONTENTS: General -- Extra-vehicular activity (EVA) decisions -- Modularized equipment stowage assembly (MESA) deployment -- Cameras -- Solar wind composition experiment -- Laser ranging retro-reflector experiment -- Lunar portable magnetometer experiment -- ALSEP offload -- RTG fueling -- ALSEP traverse -- Subpallet removal -- RTG cable interconnect -- Passive seismic experiment -- Active seismic experiment -- Suprathermal ion detector experiment/ -- Cold cathode gauge experiment -- Charged particle lunar environment experiment -- Central station -- ALSEP activation -- CSM/LM S-band transponder -- Down-link bi-static radar observation of the Moon -- Gegenshein from lunar orbit -- Abbreviations and acronyms ( 1970, ca. 94 p.  )

Scientific experiments contingency planning and procedures Mission J-1, Apollo 15 final / Revised July 12, 1971. Barnes, Glenn P.
( 1971, vi, 141 leaves )

SEP data reduction : from DSEA to digital tape Redman, J. D.
Describes in a preliminary fashion the procedures used in processing the Surface Electrical Properties (SEP) data to produce a digital format magnetic tape from the Data Storage Electronics Assembly (DSEA) analogue tape. ( 1973, 3, 3 leaves )

Shield extension to protect astronaut from G. E. fuel cask Marrus, Leslie D.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the concept of providing a simple rectangular shield extension to protect the astronaut from the thermal hazard presented by the G. E. Fuel Cask. The enclosed pictures were taken on April 28, 1967 at the BxA Mission and Crew Engineering test facility. ( 1967, [9] leaves )

SIDE/ALSEP design & deployment, action item B6-0712-28B Tormohlen, D. P.
Technically, the SIDE PI is concerned that the SIDE be set on the lunar surface on its legs and not on the body of the package for thermal reasons and avoidance of dust contamination. ( 1966, 1 leaf  )

SIDE/CCGE programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) Phillips, C.
This ATM is a statement of SIDE/CCGE processing currently included in the DPS 2000 computer programs being written for the ALSEP System Test Set. ( 1966, 7 leaves )

SIDE/CCGE programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) / Rev. no. A. Phillips, C.
This ATM is a statement of SIDE/CCGE processing currently included in the DPS 2000 computer programs being written for the ALSEP System Test Set. ( 1967, 4 leaves )

Single point failure summary - Array D Redundant Command Receiver Fox, T. W.
( 1971, 11 leaves )

Solar Wind Experiment test plan Perkins, Donald H.
This document details the tests to be performed on the engineering model of the Solar Wind Spectrometer at the subsystem level. ( 1966, 6 leaves )

Solar Wind programming for DPS 2000 (system test set) Harris, J.
This ATM is a statement of Solar Wind (SWS) processing currently included in the DPS 2000 computer programs being written for the ALSEP System Test Set. ( 1966, 4 leaves )

Space suited crew engineering evaluation of the proposed Array A-2 PSE decoupled shroud (crew engineering mockup) Deppe, R. H.
On January 22, 1971, the BxA Crew Engineering group performed a lG, space- suited handling and deployment test with the PSE decoupled shroud mockup. The purpose of the test was to determine if a space-suited deployment of the shroud would present any handling problems to the crew. ( 1971, 8 leaves )

Spurious status changes in Array E Thomas, D. J.
During the C/S Verification Test (TP 2.368960) on the Array E Qualification Model, several changes of status occurred at turn-on, PC changeover or following other power interruptions. These discrepancies were documented in DR AC 5068, 5069, 5071, 5072., and 5082. This report documents the analysis of these anomalies, and discusses possible design changes to eliminate the discrepant operation. ( 1972, 20 leaves )

Structural analysis report Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (300 corner) Apollo 15 Corcoran, J. F.
This report consists of the stress analysis performed to substantiate the structural integrity of the LRRR-300 and all of its associated hardware. ( 1971, v, 92 leaves )

Structural analysis report Lunar Ejecta and Meteorite Experiments Owens, J. H.
This report consists of the stress analysis performed to substantiate the structural integrity of the Lunar Ejecta and Meteorite Experiment. (LEAM) ( 1971, 47 leaves )

Structural analysis report Lunar Mass Spectrometer Owens, J. H.,
This report consists of the stress analysis performed to substantiate the structural integrity of the LMS experiment. ( 1971, 46 leaves )

Structural dynamics analysis report Apollo 14 LRRR Owens, J. H.
The attached structural analysis is divided into three sections. Section I presents the component level stress analysis. This analysis is based on an assumed limit loading of 20g's in any direction. Section II is the dynamics analysis of the structure designed on the basis of the 20g limit load assumption. Section II shows that in general, limit loads are below those assumed in Section I, but that exceptional forces do occur in some locations. Section III is a computer analysis of the redundant grid structure based on the load patterns derived in Section II. ( 1970, 138 leaves )

Subsystem electrical interconnection list Lewis, L. R.
The attached table gives a current listing of the electrical interconnections between the experiments and ALSEP supporting subsystems. Table 1 summarizes the electrical power lines and Table 2, the data, command, timing and control lines. ( 1966, 4 leaves  )

Subsystem test procedure for engineering model of CPLEE subsystem of Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package Robinson, A. D.
This test procedure is designed to prove that the Charged Particle Experiment is operating satisfactorily and that the interfaces are compatible with the ALSEP central station. ( 1967, 31 leaves )

Summary of ALSEP Subpackage No. 2 thermal control design Spencer, J. W.
This ATM presents the thermal design, analyses, and testing of the ALSEP Engineering and Prototype Subpackage 2 pallet and the RTG models and includes a summary of Flight transient and steady state temperatures for the Subpackage 2 equipment during ALSEP lunar deployment and operation. ( 1969, 43 p. )

Summary of Array E system study Thomas, D. J.
This ATM is a brief summary of the salient points of the main Array E, F, G study document (ATM-889), to which reference should be made for more detailed information and rationale. (  30 p. )

Summary report on SNAP line operations during Apollo 15 mission Parkan, W. A.
Processing of a portion of the lunar samples returned by Apollo 15 was successfully performed in the Sterile Nitrogen Atmosphere Processing (SNAP) Line during the period August 9, 1971 to January 14, 1972. This report presents the history of the samples processed in the SNAP Line as well as a discussion of the environmental data gathered from instrumentation installed and operated by BRN Sample Processing Laboratory personnel. Events of special interest are also discussed briefly. ( 1972, 42 p. )

Supplement to: Apollo 16 Lunar Surface Procedures ( Final ) (March 16, 1972)
Contingent plans -- General description -- Walking EVA'S -- One man EVA'S -- Traverse for off-nominal landing -- Shortened EVA'S -- Behind time EVA ( 1972, 171 pages )

System engineering approaches for space experiment system programs / Rev. A Wallace, R. B.
The implementation of system engineering requirements, as was developed for ALSEP by NASA, Bendix, and Principal Investigators as the program evolved, are discussed in the report and are presented as a basis for planning future scientific experiment programs - programs consisting of a single experiment or which consider simultaneous development of "experiment clusters", as in the case of ALSEP "packages". ( 1975, 52 leaves )

System level non corona verification test Wagman, L. P.
The purpose of this ATM is to describe the System Level Non Corona Verification Test that was conducted on the MSFN Central Station and to summarize the results of this test. ( 1970, 9 p. )

System safety program plan for ALSEP Flight Array E Jones, Joseph P.
This plan establishes the System Safety requirements for the ALSEP Flight Array E, except for the more extensive requirements for Lunar Seismic Profiling (LSP) Experiment which are established in ALSEP-LS-10. ( 1971, 18 leaves )

System safety progress report, ALSEP Array E Lavin, W. J.
This ATM documents the progress of the System Safety Program for ALSEP Array E. ( 1971, 3 leaves  )

Technical proposal for multiple stream PCM decommutation system
Proposal for tape reader. ( [1975?], ca. 60 leaves )

Telemetry measurements list / Rev. no. A. Douthat, D. Z.
This merno contains the most up-to-date lists of the telemetry measurements for ALSEP. ( 1966, 17 leaves  )

Temperature sensor calibration results, Central Station sensors Reynolds, W. E.
This ATM documents the results of calibration tests performed on Fenwal Model GB42MM62 and Tylan FG108N temperature sensors. The calibration was performed on a sample lot of 30 GB42MM62 sensors and on a sample lot of 7 FG108N sensors. ( 1968, 9 leaves )

Test and evaluation of the heat flow experiment Marrus, Leslie D.
This is an unscheduled ATM dealing with the test and evaluation of the HFE, conducted by a BxA suited subject at the Mission and Crew Engineering test facility on 9 August 1967. The purpose of this test was to evaluate the updated Heat Flow Probe Package, performing as complete a Heat Flow Experiment deployment sequence as present hardware development would permit. The following sections of this ATM describe the hardware, facilities, constraints, and procedures, as well as the results and conclusions derived from the test. The photographs at the end of this ATM illustrate the various steps comprising the HFE deployment sequence. ( 1967, [35] leaves )

Test plans for acceptance tests at BxA on SIDE/CCGE engineering model / Rev. no. A. Perkins, D.
The purpose of this document is to define the tests which must be carried out on the SIDE/CCGE Engineering Model at BxA prior to acceptance of the experiment at BxA and integration into ALSEP. This document covers the Engineering Model and prototype tests on the experiment as a subsystem. ( 1967, 23 leaves )

Test program review Perkins, D.
This paper provides a review of test program requirements and operations applicable to space instruments systems. The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) test program is summarized and then evaluated in terms of performance vs overall effectiveness in Section 2. Section 3 discusses the basic requirements for the definition of typical space instrument verification activities and indicates tradeoffs to be considered in the analysis and planning stages, and in the test operations phases of hardware development. In the final section, three classes of payloads are defined and verification tasks and documentation requirements are evaluated for these payloads in terms of cost effective program implementation. ALSEP is used in this case study as typical of the most critical payload for high reliability performance and life. ( 1974, 48 leaves )

Test report for ML323-3 S/N 5 diagnostic testing Marshall Laboratories
This report covers all testing accomplished to isolate the Cold Cathode Ion Gage (CCIG), part of the Cold Cathode Gage Experiment (CCGE) high voltage malfunction noted at Bendix Aerospace during thermal vacuum testing. ( 1968, 96 leaves )

Test results of SIDE electronic breadboard Magee, R. M.
This ATM has been prepared to document in some detail the more pertinent test results that were obtained during tests of the SIDE Electronic Breadboard in December 1966. ( 1967, 64 leaves )

The effect of changes in reserve power on Central Station thermal control Wilson, H. W.
Presents a discussion of the interdependence of ALSEP system electrical operation and the thermal balance of the electronics bay in the central station. The sensitivity of variations in electrical dissipation in the central station to RTG output and load variations is indicated. ( 1967, 9 p. )

Thermal analysis of ALSEP prototype "A" Central Station with comparison to test results Hearin, L.
This document describes the analytical thermal model which was developed to determine the steady state temperature distribution of the prototype ALSEP Central Station in a lunar environment. Some test results are presented and compared with predictions made using the described model after preliminary correlation. ( 1968?], 50 leaves )

Thermal shroud stowing and handling procedure Schmidt, R. A.
This ATM provides data on the Passive Seismic Experiment Thermal Shroud stowing and handling procedure based on the prototype model procedure received from Teledyne/Earth Sciences Division. ( 1967, [11] leaves )

Thermal vacuum contingency plan / Preliminary copy. Douthat, D.
( 1967, 14 p. )

Thermal vacuum contingency plan / Revision A. Douthat, D.; Wallace, R.
Acceptance testing thermal vacuum contingency plan qual SA, flight 1 and 2 ( 1968, 14 p. )

The surface electrical properties experiment Simmons, Gene,
The purpose of this paper is to describe the general nature of the Surface Electrical Properties experiment now planned for the Apollo 17 missions. This experiment has been designed specifically to operate in the lunar environment where there is believed to be essentially no moisture present. ( 1972], ca. 30 leaves )

Time cycle sensitive component list for LSPE Staats, J. T.
The time/ cycle sensitive list for LSPE is shown below. These parts are the only ones in which a possibility exists that they may be operated or cycled close to their design limit. ( 1971, 1 leaf  )

Time sensitive cycle items LEAM Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
There are no Time Sensitive Cycle Items used on the LEAM Experiments. ( 1971, 1 leaf  )

Time sensitive cycle items LSG Experiment Van Hoorde, G. R.
There are no Time Sensitive Cycle Items used on the LSG Experiment. ( 1971, 1 leaf  )

Transmission of engineering (housekeeping) data during the Active Seismic Mode Fahling, W.
This ATM answers Action Item B020107 which requests backup data for not transmitting engineering (housekeeping) data during the Active Seismic Mode. ( 1966, 3 leaves  )

Transmittal of summary actions resulting from the second Post-Apollo Lunar Science Program Review Calia, Anthony J.; O'Bryant, William T.
The Post-Apollo Lunar Science Program Review was held on July 26, 1973, at the NASA Johnson Space Center. The meeting was co-chaired by William T. O'Bryant, Director of Lunar Programs, NASA Headquarters and Anthony J. Calia, Director of Science and Applications, Johnson Space Center. ( 1973, 110 leaves  )

Transmitter design analysis Basson, R.; Tresselt, Carl P.
This ATM presents the results of analytical and experimental efforts, performed during the months of May and June 1970, to evaluate the performance of the ALSEP Data Transmitter, to incorporate design improvements and to document a description of critical circuit operation. ( 1970, 84 leaves )

Traverse Gravimeter Experiment critical design review September 1-2, 1971.
( [1971?], [196] leaves )

Traverse Gravimeter operation and instruction manual
This manual provides general information, functional description and lunar operational procedures for the Traverse Gravimeter (Experiment S-199) ( 1972, ca. 55 p. )

Updated Apollo 15 LRRR (300 corner) pointing analysis for Hadley Rille Wainio, K.
This report summarizes the results of the Apollo 15 LRRR pointing analysis conducted for the final site coordinates specified for Hadley Rille and for the planned prime and possible contingency deployment times. The data presented supersedes that given for the Hadley Rille site in ATM-933. ( 1971, 7 leaves )

Use of Teledyne 421 relay in solid state timer Sondeen, P.
This ATM details the investigation to determine the reliability characteristics of the Teledyne 421, latching relay used to generate the "3-month" output signal of the ALSEP Solid State Timer. The investigation was performed to establish the susceptibility of the relay to "cold welding" over the two-year operational life of the ALSEP system. ( 1969, 8 leaves )