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1 FEBRUARY 11 1975

APOLLO SOYUZ TEST PROJECT

DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

FOR SOYUZ Aim APOLLO

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ROISIIN LOG

REVISION CHANGE DATE
SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE COUNTRY
NUMBER NO. APPROVED
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Replace ASTP 40001 dated May 2, 1974 with
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF FIGURES . 1.0 INTRODUCTION. 2.0 ABBREVIATIONS

3.0 SOYUZ DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

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3.1 SOYUZ GENERAL CONFIGURATION .. 3.2 SOYUZ HABITABLE MODULES ARRANGEMENT

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3.3 THE MAIN INERTIAL-MASS-AND-STIFFNESS PERFORMANCE OF THE SOYUZ 10

3.4 FLIGHT CERTIFICATION TEST LEVELS OF THE SOYUZ COMPATIBLE AND INTERACTING EQUIPMENT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT FLIGHT AND GROUND

HANDLING CONDITIONS

3.5 LIGHTING OF HABITABLE MODULES OF THE SOYUZ ..

4.0 APOLLO SPACECRAFT DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

4.1 APOLLO GENERAL CONFIGURATION

4.2 APOLLO HABITABLE MODULES ARRANGEMENT.

4.3 APOLLO INERTIAL MASS AND STIFFNESS PROPERTIES.

4.4 FLIGHT CERTIFICATION OF THE APOLLO DOCKING MODULE COMPATIBLE AND INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . .

4.5 COMMAND MODULE AND DOCKING MODULE LIGHTING. 4.6 CSM AND OM VENTING CHARACTERISTICS

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LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 3-1 GENERAL VIEW OF SOYUZ SPACECRAFT FIGURE 3-2 ORBITAL MODULE INTERIOR

FIGURE 3-3 SCHEME OF APOLLO RADIO STATION MOUNTING IN OM FIGURE 3-4 SCHEME OF TV CAMERAS, CINE EQUIPMENT, AND LAMPS

INSTALLATION IN OM

FIGURE 3-5 SCHEME OF A HATCH MANHOLE

FIGURE 3-6 SCHEME OF JOINT CREW PLACEMENT IN OM

FIGURE 3-7 GENERAL VIEW OF OM SYSTEMS CONTROL PANEL AND DISPLAY

CONSOLE

FIGURE 3-8 GENERAL VIEW OF OM DISPLAY CONSOLE. FIGURE 3-9 GENERAL VIEW OF J-BOX IN OM

FIGURE 3-10 DESCENT VEHICLE INTERIOR

FIGURE 3-11 GENERAL VIEW OF COSMONAUTS' INSTRUMENT PANEL OF DV FIGURE 3-12 GENERAL VIEW OF CONTROL PANEL FOR COMPATIBLE VHF RADIO

STATION IN DV

FIGURE 3-13 SCHEME OF TV CAMERA AND LAMPS ALLOCATION IN DV

FIGURE 3-14 SCHEME OF THE IDENTIFICATION MARKS ON THE DESCENT' VEHICLE FIGURE 3-15 DOCKING TARGET

FIGURE 3-16 ANTENNA UHF/FM

FIGURE 3-17 ANTENNA UHF/AM DEPLOYMENT MECHANISM FIGURE 3-18 WORKING ILLUMINATION LAMP (WIL) FIGURE 3-19 LIGHT DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF WIL FIGURE 3-20 SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WIL

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LIST OF FIGURES (CONT)

FIGURE 3-21 SPECIAL ILLUMINATION LAMP (SIL) FIGURE 3-22 LIGHT DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF SIL FIGURE 3-23 SPECTRAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SIL FIGURE 3-24 TRANSFERABLE LAMP

FIGURE 3-25 LAY-OUT OF DECORATION MATERIALS IN OM FIGURE 3-26 LAY-OUT OF LSS INSCRIPTIONS IN OM FIGURE 3-27 DOCKING TARGET ABC

FIGURE 3-28 SCHEMATIC ARRANGEMENT IN OM FOR SOYUZ AND APOLLO

TRANSFERABLE EQUIPMENT CONTAINER .

FIGURE 3-29 TRANSFERABLE LIGHTING UNIT (TLU) FIGURE 3-30 TUNNEL EQUIPMENT

FIGURE 3-31 TRANSFERABLE EQUIPMENT CONTAINER

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FIGURE 4-1 APOLLO SPACECRAFT CONFIGURATION (SIDE AND FRONT VIEWS)

FIGURE 4-2 APOLLO SPACECRAFT CONFIGURATION (TOP AND FRONT VIEWS) FIGURE 4-3 CM GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

FIGURE 4-4 COMMAND MODULE COMPARTMENT ORIENTATION

FIGURE 4-5 CREW COMPARTMENT - LOOKING FORWARD AT MAIN DISPLAY CONSOLE AND CREW TRANSFER TUNNEL

FIGURE 4-6 CREW COMPARTMENT - SHOWING FOLDABLE CREW COUCHES FIGURE 4-7 CREW COMPARTMENT - LOWER EQUIPMENT BAY AND RIGHT HAND

EQUIPMENT BAY

FIGURE 4-8 LEFT HAND EQUIPMENT BAY AND CREW HATCH AREA FIGURE 4-9 ASTP STOWAGE CM INFLIGHT STOWAGE

FIGURE 4-10 COMMAND MODULE TV CAMERA AND MONITOR LOCATIONS

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LIST OF FIGURES (CONT)
FIGURE 4-11 COMMAND MODULE FLOODLIGHT LOCATIONS
FIGURE 4-12 COMMAND MODULE SIDE HATCH
FIGURE 4-13 CSM DOCKING SYSTEM
FIGURE 4-14 CSM 111 DISPLAYS AND CONTROLS PANELS
FIGURE 4-15 DOCKING mDULE CONFIGURATION
FIGURE 4-16 OM INTERNAL CONFIGURATION
FIGURE 4-17 OM INTERNAL CONFIGURATION
FIGURE 4-18 DOCKING MODULE OVERALL DIMENSIONS
FIGURE 4-19 DOCKING MODULE DISPLAY AND CONTROL PANELS
FIGURE 4-20 DOCKING MODULE TV CAMERA LOCATIONS
FIGURE 4-21 DOCKING MODULE FLOODLIGHT ARRANGEMENT
FIGURE 4-22 SIDEWALL LIGHT
FIGURE 4-23 COUCH LIGHT
FIGURE 4-24 COUCH STRUT LIGHT
FIGURE 4-25 CM/DM FLOOD LAMP SPECTRAL DISTRIBUTION ,
FIGURE 4-26 APOLLO PORTABLE LIGHT 3C

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

This document provides general design characteristics of the Soyuz and Apollo spacecrafts for reference during development of compatible rendezvous and docking systems necessary for the test flight. References are made to ASTP and lED documents that contain detailed interacting and compatibility requirements which take precedence.

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2.0 ABBREVIATIONS
Apollo Soyuz Test Project ASTP SITAC
Soyuz Spacecraft Soyuz COI03
Apollo Spacecraft Apollo AnOJIJIOH
Launch Vehicle LV PH
Soyuz Orbital Compartment
(module) OM OM
The Soyuz Descent Vehicle DV CA
Instrument-Assembly Module lAM ITAO
Apollo Command Module CM KM
Apollo Service Module SM CJIM
Apollo Command and Service
Module CSM KCM
Docking Module OM eM
Apollo Spacecraft with the
Docking Module CSM/DM KCM/CM
Androgynous Peripheral
Docking System APDS AITAC
Attitude and Motion Control
System Soyuz AMCS COYll
Guidance and Navigation System GNS -CHH
Stabilization and Control System SCS -CCY
Descent Power System DPS CYC
Rendezvous and Corrective I
Power System RCPS CKllY 5

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Approaching and Orientation
Engines AOE ,Uno
Orientation Engines OE ,UO
Service Propulsion System SPS M,UY
Reaction Control System RCS PCY
Life Support System LSS CO)!{
Launch Escape System LES CAC
Electric Power System EPS C3n
Cable System CS EKC
Radiotelemetry System RTS PTC
Radio Guidance System RGS CPH
Temperature Control System TCS CTP
Compartments Pressurization
System PS CHO
Command and Signal Radio
Line CSRL KPJI
Crew Optical Alignment COAS OCPB
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3.0 SOYUZ DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

3.1 SOYUZ GENERAL CONFIGURATION

3;1.1 Soyuz spacecraft general view is shown on Figure 3-1. The spacecraft coordination systems are defined in lED 50401.

3.1.2

The arrangement of orientation and control systems sensors and optical instruments of the spacecraft is included in the ASTP 10000 document.

3.1.3

The arrangement of orientation onboard lights and light pulsing beacon is included in the ASTP 10000 document. The requirements for the development and the mounting araqtven in .

lED 50301.

3.1.4

The arrangement of spacecraft docking targets is given in the

ASTP 10000 document. The requirements for development and tolerances for mounting of docking targets are included in lED 50201 document. The check technique of the docking targets position is given in

the lED 50202 document. The construction schemes of the main

and additional (ABC) targets are shown in Figures 3-15 and 3-27.

The docking target ABC is used as a source of additional information about the angles and relative spacecraft orientation during docking. This target is a tridimensional device mounted on Soyuz spacecraft and can be viewed through Apollo sighting device.

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The arrangement of spacecraft radio system antennas is given in ASTP 10000 document. The construction scheme of compatible VHF-radio station antennas are shown in Figures 3-16 and 3-17.

3.1.6 The spacecraft engines arrangement is given in lED 50401.

3.1.7 The identification marks scheme on the spacecraft are shown

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3.1.8 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.1.1

3.2.1.2

3.2.1.3

3.2.1.4

3.2.1.5

The Soyuz docking tunnel equipment is shown in Figure 3-30.

SOYUZ HABITABLE MODULES ARRANGEMENT

The orbital module arrangement (OM)

The orbital module interior is shown in Figure 3-2, 3-25, and 3-26.

The Apollo radio station mounting in the orbital module is shown in Figure 3-3.,

The arrangement of TV and movie cameras and lamps in the orbital module is shown in Figure 3-4.

The scheme of the hatch cover is shown in Figure 3-5. Hatch details are defined in lED 50723.

The scheme of the crew-with-guests allocation in the orbital module is shown in Figure 3-6.

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The general view of orbital module control panel and display console systems are shown in Figure 3-7 and 3-8. Detail LSS controls are defined in lED 50723.

The general view of orbJtal module J-box is shown in Figure 3-9.

The equipment to be transfered from Apollo to Soyuz and from Soyuz to Apollo is identified in lED's 50720 and 50721 respectively.

The Soyuz transfer equipment container is used for stowage and transportation of the following TV and photographic equipment during cosmonaut transfer to Apollo:

- TV camera TK-6

- TV camera bracket

- still camera FK-6

- film rolls for still camera FK-6

The container design and equipment layout is given in Figure 3-31. The container location in OM is shown in Figure 3-28.

The descent vehicle (DV) arrangement.

The descent vehicle interior is shown in Figure 3-10 and 3-32.

The general view of the cosmonauts' instrument panel of DV is shown in Figure 3-11.

The general view of command s t qn a l devices in DV is defined in ASTP 20202.

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The general view of the DV compatible VHF-radio-stations control panel is shown in Figure 3-12.

The arrangement of TV-camera and lamps in the descent vehicle, including Apollo TV camera installation on bracket, is shown in Figure 3-13.

The scheme of the identification marks in DV is shown in

Figure 3-14.

Description and overall dimensions of the baffle used in "Artificia1 solar ec1ipse" experiment are given in USSR WG r- 107

and USSR WG3-032 documents.

THE MAIN INERTIAL-MASS-AND-STIFFNESS PERFORMANCE OF THE SOYUZ

The Mass of the Spacecraft and its Modules

The nominal mass values of the spacecraft at the time of docking are 683 kgm-1 sec2 including:

- orbital module 127 kgm-1 sec2;

- descent vehicle 286 kgm-1 sec2;

- instrument assembly module 270 kgm-1 sec2.

3.3.2 The Soyuz central and centrifugal moments of inertia up to the docking is given in lED 50401.

3.3.3 The Soyuz center of mass position at the time of docking is contained in lED 50401.

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3.3.4 The spacecraft mass distributed along its length, the moment of inertia distributed along the linear axis, as well as the flexural, torsional shear and longitudinal stiffness distrib-

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uted along the spacecraft length are given in lED 50401. Mass

and stiffness characteristics of the solar panels is also

included in lED 50401.

3.4

FLIGHT CERTIFICATION TEST LEVELS OF THE SOYUZ COMPATIBLE AND INTERACTING EQUIPMENT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT FLIGHT AND GROUND HANDLING CONDITIONS.

3.4.1

Dynamic Conditions:

3.4.1.1

Acceleration (constant)

- in the direction of X-axis 6g duration 600 sec.

- in the direction ofY, Z axes! 3g duration 600 sec.

3.4.1.2

Random vibrations (spectral density of vibro-acce1erations):

[f] [s(f)] 2

- in frequency range 20-100 HZ 0.035-0.07 g /HZ

- in frequency range 100-400 HZ

- in frequency range 400-2000 HZ

0.07 l/HZ 0.07-0.05 l/HZ

s(f) variation in the ranges shown is linear. Test duration in each of the 3 axes, X; Y, Z, is 300 seconds. For the Apollo VHF/AM transceiver and range tone transfer assembly, taking into account its mounting provisions, the modes of sinusoidal and random vibration presented in lED 50101 are acceptable.

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Shock loads:

acceleration ~ 40g;

- impulse duration within the limits of 1-3 m. sec;

- semi-sinusoidal or sawtooth impulse shape;

- 6 shocks in each direction X, Y, Z (3 shocks in two

opposite directions along the axis).

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3.4.1.4

Acoustic Effects

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- The maximum total level of acoustic noise is up to 135 DB

inside the orbital and instrument assembly modules.

- The levels of sound pressure inside the orbital and instrument assembly modules in 1/3-0ctave frequency band, Ll/3 (f) are presented in the table below.

1/3 Octave Band Central Frequency

: Sound Pressure Levels w~thin : 1/3 octave band, dB re 2.10-5 .N/m2

40 122
50 123
63 124
80 126
100 126
125 126
160 126
200 126
250 124
315 122
400 120
500 118
630 116
800 114
1000 112
1250 110
1600 108
2000 106
2500 104
3150 102
4000 100 Total

135 db

- NOTE: Outside the orbital module the level of sound pressure is 6 DB higher.

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3.4.2 Environmental conditions: (During Testing)

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Gas atmosphere: (In Habitable Modules) - composition - 21-40% O2, 57-78% N2, to 3% e02, to 2%H2, 0.5% He

pressure range 450-970 mmHg

- temperature range 10-30e

- relative humidity 20-90% at the

temperature from 100e to 25°e and 20-80% at the temperature from 25°e to 30oe.

Pressurization during the ground tests (in the compartments) with the helium-air mixture to 1.7 KG/cm2• He will be to 30% in the

volume, during 24 hours. Pressure variation rate - to

10 mmHg sec.

Vacuuming during the ground tests (in the compartments) - to 10-4 mmHg during 24 hours. Pressure variation rate - to

10 mmHg

sec.

LIGHTING OF HABITABLE MODULES OF THE SOYUZ

List and location of lamps of the lighting system. The following lamps are installed in the DV:

- two working illumination lamps (WIL)

- four special lighting lamps (SLL)

The following lamps are installed in the OM: - two working illumination lamps (WIL)

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- five special lighting lamps (SLL)

- special lighting transferable lamp (STLL)

- transferable lighting unit (TLU) I

The layout for the lamps in the special lighting and working illumination systems in the DV and the OM are presented in Figure 3-13 and 3-4. The working illumination lamps in the

D~ and OM are stationary and their location will not be changed .



The lamps of the special lighting system in the DV are stationary and are installed on brackets. The location of the special lighting lamps will be determined more precisely during lighting simulation in the mockup stage with the Soyuz photography and television equipment.

The lamps of the special lighting system in the OM are installed by means ofa IC"..;c1amp on the handrail.

It is possible to change the position of these lamps on the handrail within the limits of the connecting cable and to rotate them in two perpendicular planes from 50 to 100°, depending on specfic lamp location.

The direction of the lamps will be determined more precisely

during lighting simulation in the mockup with the Soyuz photography and television equipment.

The special lighting transferable lamp and transferable lighting unit are placed in the OM. They are provided for additional illumination

during filming and television coverage, if required.

3.502 Characteristics of the Working and Special Lighting

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Working Illumination

The dimensional outline of the working illumination lamp is

shown in Figure 3-18. The lamp contains removable light unit (A) and a power assembly (B). The light unit has a transparent light-diffusing, unbreakable case in which a white, U-shaped luminescent lamp is contained.

The power assembly changes the dc voltage of the onboard circuity to 20 KHz ac.

The working illumination lamps have a continuous adjustment of brightness. Each lamp has an axial rating of 50-60 candlepower. The light distribution curves in the longitudinal and vertical planes of the 1 amp ereshown in Figure 3-19. The spectral characteristics of the lamp are shown in Figure 3-20. The color temperature of the lamp is not less than 3900oK.

The coordinates of chromacity are:

. x = 0.412;

y = 0.397.

The working illumination system according to the data from the preliminary light simulation in the mockup, creates an average of 107 lux illumination level in the DV; and in the OM of 85 lux at the maximum brightness level of the lamps.

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Special Lighting

The dimensional outline of the Special Lighting lamp is shown in Figure 3-21 a light reflector (A) and a light source (B)

are installed in the body of the lamp. The lamp has a protective grille (C) over the front which is connected to the lamp through a threaded jOint.

A halogen incandescent lamp with a rated power of 27 volts is used as the light source. Each lamp has an axial cand1epower rating of 160-200 C.P.

The light distribution curves for the lamp are shown in Figure 3-22. The spectral characteristics of the lamp are shown in Figure 3-23.

The color temperature of the lamp is 3000-3200oK. The coordinates of chromacity are:

x = 0.424~ y = 0.400.

The configuration of the lamp permits the installation of a removable, light-reflecting screen or of a correcting filter at

a distance of about 4-8 em. from the lamp instead of the protective gri 11 e.

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The Special Illumination transferable lamp is shown in Figure 3-24. The technical light characteristics of the transferable lamp correspond exactly with the characteristics of the Special Lighting lamps, in the DV and OM. The transferable lamp has a cable of 4-5 meters in length.

Based on results of Soyuz mockup equipment compatibility tests and checkouts, a transferable lighting unit (TLU), consisting of 3 working illumination lamps, was added to Soyuz spacecraft equipment. The stowage place of TLU is container No. 11. General view of TLU is shown in Figure 3-29.

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3.5.3 Lighting System Control

Working ,Illumination in the DV is controlled from Command Signal assemblies. The lamps may be switched on and off individually.

Regulation of the illumination brightness is performed from the instrument panel.

Working Illumination in the OM is controlled from the OM panel and from the DV command signal assemblies.

The two lamps of the Working Illumination System may be turned on or off on the OM panel.

One lamp (WIL-l) of the Working Illumination System may be turned on or off from the Command Signal Assemblies of the DV. The control of the brightness of illumination in the OM is performed from the OM panel.

The cluster of Special Lighting lamps in the DV, SIL-VI, SIL-VII, SIL-VIII is turned on simultaneously with the activation of the TV cameras, and may also be turned on and off without activation of the TV camera from the Command Signal Assemblies.

The fourth Special Illumination (SIL-IX) lamp is controlled by a separate toggle switch installed over the instrument panel.

The Special Illumination lamps in the OM have been ~ivided into two groups:

- Group I with three lamps, SIL I, SIL II, SIL III.

- Group II with two lamps SIL IV, SIL V. It is possible to turn

on and off the lamps in Groups I and II from the OM panel. Lamps SIL-I through SIL-V are also automatically switched on when the TV cameras are activated.

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The STLL or TLU, after connection with a cable to the adapter I plug of the OM circuit, may be switched on and off by a toggle

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switch on the OM panel and by a switch on the lamp itself.

4.0

.APOLLO SPACECRAFT DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

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4.1 APOLLO GENERAL CONFIGURATION

4.1.1 The Apollo CSM/DM general view is shown in Figures 4-1 and 4-2.

The spacecraft coordinate systems are defined in lED 50401.

4.1.2 The requirements and arrangement of the flashing light beacon, the orientation lights, and the docking floodlight are contained in lED 50301.

4.1.3 The requirements, description, location, and installation tolerances for the docking target mounted on the docking module are contained in lED 50201. The location is also shown in

Figures 4-1 and 4-2.

4.1.4 The requirements for the Apollo VHF antenna assembly are given in lED 50101 together with data on location and performance.

4.1.5 The arrangement of the service module reaction control system of the attitude control engines is shown in lED 50401, together with

their performance characteristics.

4.2

APOLLG HABITABLE MODULES ARRANGEMENT

4.2.1 4.2.1.1 4.2.1.2

Command Module (CM)

The command module ~enera1 view is shown in Figures 4-3 and ·4-4. The command module interior is shown in Figures 4-5 through 4-9.

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The provisions for mounting TV cameras and 16 mm movie cameras in the command module are shown in Figure 4-10. The command module interior floodlight provisions are shown in Figure 4-11.

The location of the command module side hatch is shown in Figures 4-3. and 4-8. Side hatch details are shown in Figure 4-12. The location of the command module forward tunnel hatch is shown in Figure 4-5.

The forward hatch is similar in design to the docking module

hatch.

The location of the CSM docking system probe is shown in Figure 4-3. Details of the CSM"docking system are shown in

Figure 4-13. The drogue assembly is mounted in the docking module. The probe and drogue assemblies are removed after CSM/DM docking

is achieved and stowed in the command module as shown in

Figure 4-9.

The layout of the command module displays and controls system is shown in Figure 4-14.

The equ i pment that is trans fered from Apollo to Soyuz and from Soyuz ,to Apollo is identified in lED's 50720 and 50721 respectively.

Docking module (OM)

The inboard profile ~f the docking module is shown in Figure 4-15. The allocation of space within the docking module is shown in Figure 4-16.

The docking module dimensions are given in Figures 4-17 and 4-18.

Details of the docking module's hatches and pressure equalization valves are shown in lED 50706.

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4.2.2.5

The docking module displays and controls arrangements are shown

in Figure 4-19 for convenience, and determined in lED's 50706 and 50601.

The locations for mounting TV cameras and 16 mm movie cameras in the I docking module are shown in Figure 4-20. The docking module interior floodlight provisions are shown in Figure 4-21.

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4.3 APOLLO INERTIAL MASS AND STIFFNESS PROPERTIES

4.3.1 The nominal mass values of the Apollo spacecraft at the time of docking are:

Service module

kg-sec2/m 605 640 205

Command module

Docking module

Total spacecraft

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4.3.2 The Apollo central and centrifugal moments of inertia at docking are given in lED 50401.

The distribution of mass along the length of the Apollo spacecraft is given in lED 50401 together with the distribution of flexural, torsional, shear, and longitudinal stiffness. The distribution

of moments of inettiais given along .the linear axis.

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FLIGHT CERTIFICATION OF THE APOLLO DOCKING MODULE COMPATIBLE AND INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS.

4.4.1 DYNAMIC CONDITIONS:

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Acceleration (steady state)

- in the direction of X axis at 4.9g.

- in the direction of Y and Z axes at O.lg.

Sinusoidal Vibration

5-35 Hz at 0.4g peak. Random Vibration

20 - 200 Hz at +6dB/octave 200 - 450 Hz ~t 0.03 g2/Hz 450 - 2000 Hz at -3dB/octave

Vibration duration is 60 seconds in each of three mutually perpendicular axes.

Shock:

Shock response spectra based on an analysis usingQ = 10 and one-sixth-octave center frequencies.

(1) OM primary structure within 304.8mm of the SLA truss-to-OM interface:

100 - 1000 Hz at +9dB/octave 1000 - 6000 Hz at 1000g peak 6000 - 10000 Hz at -6dB/octave

(2) OM primary structure between 304.8mm and 1270.0mm

from the SLA truss-to-OM interface: 100 - 1000 Hz at +9dB/octave

1000 - 6000 Hz at 500g peak

6000 - 10000 Hz at -6dB/octave

(3) OM primary structure greater than 1270.0mm from the SLA truss-to-OM interface.

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4.4.1.5 Acoustics

T
OM External Noise Spectra
1/3 Octave Band (1/3 Octave Band s~und Pressure Level--
dB re 20uN/M )
Center Frequency
Hz lift-Off Mach 1
t - 0 Seconds t = 60 seconds
20 114 105
25 117 112
31.5 120 114
40 126 116
50 128 116
63 130 117
"80 . 133 117
100 135 118
125 134 118
160 132 118
200 130 120
250 129 121
315 127 121
400 124 122
500 122 119
630 121 119
800 120 118
1000 117 113
1250 116 110
1600 114 109
2000 112 109
2500 108 108
3150 106 107
4000 104 105
5000 102 104
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4.4.2 Apollo joint flight environmental envelope

4.4.2.1 The range of envi ronmenta 1 conditi ons for the docki ng module is given lED 50702.

4.4.2.2 The range of environmental conditions for the conmand module is given in lED 50701.

4.5 COMMAND MODULE AND DOCKING MODULE LIGHTING

4.5.1 Command Module Lighting

Lighting in the command module is provided by six fluorescent light assemblies, located as shown in Figure 4-11. Each assembly contains two lamps, each rated at 600 lumens. The three types

of assemblies for sidewall lights, couch lights and couch str~t lights are shown in Figures 4-22, 4-23, and 4-24, respectively.

The lighting controls for the six light assemblies are located on three different control panels. The right hand sidewall and couch light controls are located on the right side of the cabin on Panel 5 (Figure 4-14, Sheet 5). The left-hand sidewall and couch light controls are located on the left side of the cabin on Panel 8 (Figure 4-14, Sheet 6). The controls for both strut

_ lights are located on the left side of the cabin in Panel 100 (Figure 4-14, Sheet 8).

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module cabin is 215 lux (20 foot-candles) at the main display

and control panel. With both lamps on full brightness in all six light assemblies the illumination is 430 lux.

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The chromaticity value of the command module lamps is X=0.365 to 0.425 and Y=0.365 to 0.400 on the elE diagram. The color temperature is 4800K to 5100K. The spectral distribution of

the light is shown in Figure 4-25.

4.5.2 Docking Module Lighting

Lighting in the docking module is provided by three fluorescent light assemblies located as shown in Figure 4-21. The docking module light assemblies are the same as those used for the command module strut lights, shown in Figure 4-24.

The lighting control for the three docking module lights is located on Panel 815 (Figure 4-19, Sheet 2). The control consists of two toggle switches. Each toggle switch controls one lamp in all three light assembJies. Togg1e"switch no. 1 turns on lamp no. 1 in all three assemblies and switch no. 2

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With one lamp on in all three assemblies the illumination in the docking module will range from 32 to 75 lux (3 to 7 footcandles), depending upon position. With both lamps on in all three light assemblies the illumination will range from 75 to 105 lux (7 to 10 foot-candles).

The chromaticity, color temperature and spectral distribution are the same as for the command module, described in paragraph 4.5.1.

Apollo Portable Light

The dimensions, weight, and other physical characteristics of the Apollo portable light are shown in Figure 4-26. The chromaticity, color temperature, and spectral distribution of the Apollo portable light are approximately the same as for the command module lights, described in paragraph 4.5.1.

4.6 CSM AND DM VENTING CHARACTERISTICS

The gases and liquids vented from the CSM and CM while docked with the Soyuz spacecraft are given in Table 4.1, together with the flow rates, durations, venting frequency, propulsive forces, and vent locations.

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MATERIAL PROPULSIVE FLOW RATE,
SYSTEM VENT PURPOSE VENTED FORCEz NEWTON KGLSEC DURATION FREQUENCY VENT NAME VENT LOCATION
CSM CABIN CABIN GAS 5.04X10-6 CONTINUOUS
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