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Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS-43

Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS-43

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, John F. Kennedy Space Center in [Kennedy Space Center, Fla.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space photography.,
  • Space debris.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGregory N. Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- TM 103823., NASA technical memorandum -- 103823.
    ContributionsHigginbotham, Scott A., Davis, J. Bradley., John F. Kennedy Space Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15357847M

    The gathering / photography by Bradley Cummings ; text selected by Nicola Eyre; Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [microform] / Debris/ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for shuttle mission . Katnik G.N., Higginbotham S.A., Davis Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis for Shuttle Mission STS NASA Technical Memorandum TM Cited by:

    Get this from a library! Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [Charles G Stevenson; Gregory N Katnik; Scott A . A Debris/Ice/TPS (thermal protection system) assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for Space Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were.

    Get this from a library! Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis of shuttle mission STS [Jill D Lin; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. 1. Shuttle design and operational changes to reduce impact damage. The first confirmed orbital debris impact to a Space Shuttle Orbiter Vehicle (OV) occurred on STS-7, by a piece of paint which left a mm diameter and mm deep pit in the right-side middle window (#5) of OVCited by:


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Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS-43 Download PDF EPUB FB2

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

Rosado Chief, ET Mechanical Sys NASA. High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in-flight anomalies. This report documents the debris/ice/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle : Robert F.

Speece. High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in-flight anomalies. The report documents the debris/ice/thermal protection system conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Space Shuttle mission STS and the resulting effect of the Space Shuttle : Armando Oliu.

Get this from a library. Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for shuttle mission STS [Gregory N Katnik; Scott A Higginbotham; J Bradley Davis; John F. Kennedy Space Center.]. A debris/ice Thermal Protection System (TPS) assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for Space Station Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

Ice/frost conditions on the External Tank (ET) were assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared scanner data during cryogenic loading of the. DEBRIS/ICEfrPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 25 September Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing North American, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Prepared By: \ Jill D.

Lin Shuttle Ice/Debris Systems NASA/KSC/PK-H7 Approved:File Size: 2MB. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for Shuttle Mission STS" See other formats # w NASA Technical Memorandum TM Debris/lce/TPS Assessment And Photographic Analysis For Shuttle Mission STS March NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NAS A- T *4- ) DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT.

Full text of "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Debris/Ice/TPS assessment and integrated photographic analysis for Shuttle Mission STS" See other formats NASA Technical Memorandum TM Debris/Ice /TPS Assessment and Integrated Photographic Analysis for Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N.

Katnik NASA/Kennedy Space Center Barry C. Bowen. A debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for the Space Shuttle Mission STS Debris inspection of the flight elements.

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

Katnik, Scott A. Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis. A debris/ice Thermal Protection System (TPS) assessment and photographic analysis was conducted for Space Station Mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

Ice/frost conditions on the External Tank (ET) were assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared. DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 27May Contributions By: NASA, United Space Alliance, Lockheed-Martin, Boeing North American, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Approved: Gt_ett le ic e)T_abn_ks ys tem s NASA - KSC Mail Code: PK-H Kenneth L.

Fore. DEBRIS/ICE/TPS ASSESSMENT AND INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SHUTTLE MISSION STS 22 March Contributions By: NASA, Lockheed-Martin, Rockwell, and Thiokol Members of the Debris/lce/TPS and Photographic Analysis Teams Prepared By: \ Jill D. Lin Shuttle Ice/Debris Systems NASA/KSC/PK-H7 Approved: James_Tatum / j Chief, ET/SRB Mech/TPS File Size: 3MB.

High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in flight anomalies. This report documents the ice/debris/thermal protection (TPS) conditions and integrated photographic analysis of Shuttle mission STS, and the resulting effect on the Space Shuttle Program.

High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and in-flight anomalies.

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

The Orbiter TPS sustained a total of 97 hits, of which 16 had a major dimension of 1 inch or larger. The Orbiter lower surface had a total of 36 hits, of which 7 had a major dimension of 1 inch or larger. debris hits.

A debris, ice, Thermal Protection System (TPS) assessment and photographic analysis for Space Shuttle Mission STS was conducted. Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch. Ice and frost conditions on the External Tank were assessed by the use of computer programs, nomographs, and infrared.

Integrated Photographic Analysis of Shuttle Mission STS Gregory N. Katnik during the STS mission assessment. PRE-LAUNCH BRIEFING The Debris/Ice/TPS and Photographic Analysis Team briefing for launch activities was conducted on 17 May at hours.

The following personnel participated in various team. Abstract. A debris/ice/thermal protection system assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for Shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.

A debris/ice/thermal protection system (TPS) assessment and integrated photographic analysis was conducted for shuttle mission STS Debris inspections of the flight elements and launch pad were performed before and after launch.High speed photography of the launch was analyzed to identify ice/debris sources and evaluate potential vehicle damage and/or in-flight anomalies.

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

Katnik and Jill D. Lin.Debris/ice/TPS assessment and photographic analysis for Shuttle Mission STS [microform] / Gregory N. Katnik, Scott A.

Higginbotham, J. Bradley Davis. Format Online Resource Book Published [Cocoa Beach, Fla.]: John F. Kennedy Space Center, [] Description 1 v. URL.