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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMIN ISTRATIO 

APOLLO 10 
LUNAR MODULE (LM) 
ONBOARD VOICE 
TRANSCRIPTION 
(U) 

RECORDED ON THE LUNAR 
MODULE ONBOARD RECORDER 
DATA STORAGE 
EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY 
(DSEA) 

June 1969 




" tUNPIUENIIAL 



INTRODUCTION 



This document is a transcript of the Apollo 10 flightcrew communi- 
cations recorded on the lunar module (LM) data storage equipment assem- 
bly (DSEA). After the multiplexed voice communications and mission 
elapsed time had been recorded onboard the fflon a single track of the 
> tape, the tape cassettes were transferred to the command module for the 

^ return to earth. The cassettes were forwarded to NASA Manned Spacecraft 

Center, Houston, where mission elapsed time was converted to ground 
elapsed time for this document. Transcription of these tapes was man- 

♦ aged by David M. Goldenbaum, Test Division, Apollo Spacecraft Program 

Office, to whom inquiries concerning this document should be referred. 

The Apollo 10 lunar-orbital mission was flown May 18 to May 26, 1969. 
The command and service module (CSM) was code named "Charlie Brown," and 
the lunar module was called "Snoopy." 

The communicators in the text are identified as follows: 

CDR Commander Thomas P. Stafford 

CMP Command module pilot John W. Young 

LMP- Lunar module pilot Eugene A. Cernan 

SC Unidentifiable crewmember 

CC Capsule communicator (CAP COMM) 

In the text, a series of three dots (...) designates those portions 
of the communications which could not be transcribed because of garbling. 
One dash (-) indicates a speaker's pause or a self-interruption.^ Two 

dashes ( ) indicate an interruption by another speaker or a point at 

which a recording was abruptly terminated. 




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Tape 10-03601 



DAY U 



03 22 35 25 IMP Hello, Houston, Houston. This is Snoopy, how do 

you read? Over. 

03 22 35 31 CC Hello there, Snoopy. This is Houston. Beading 

you now, but quite a bit of noise in the back- 
ground. Over. 

03 22 35 37 LMP Okay. How do you read me now, Jack? 

03 22 35 U3 CC Okay, Snoop. I don't hear the noise, but you're 

way down in the mud. 

03 22 35 1*7 LMP . Okay, I'll try and talk louder. The noise is 

because I was on ICS PTT DOWN VOICE BACKUP , and 
you had a hot mike in here. I'll bring you up to 
date. You might get your activation and checkout 
list out and wait 1 second. I'll tell you where 
ve are. We are at activation page 20 ~ ~ 

03 22 36 12 CC Okay, Snoopy. We got - ve got 

03 22 36 .18 LMP Tom, are you done with ECS second? 

03 22 36 20 CDR ... Push. 

03 22 36 25 LMP Okay, I'm yelling as loud as I can. We are on 

page 29, on pace 29- I just finished the - the 
LGC self-test, the spacecraft is all GO. I found 
nothing wrong with it. Tom is in here suited. 
He's up through page 29- I'm ready to do the 
S-band T/R power amplifier checks, and then I will 
do the steerable test. And I will go out and get 
suited while Tom continues. Are you with me? 

03 22 37 02 CC That's affirmative, Snoopy. We are reading you. 

•03 22 37 07 LMP Okay, I'm presently on high voltage taps, and I'm 

ready to go S-BAHD TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER SECONDARY , 
and POWER AMPLIFIER SECONDARY . . Are you ready? 



03 


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18 


CC 


Stand by 1. Snoopy, this is Houston. Go ahead. 


03 


22 


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20 


CDR 


Hey, John, I think I've got your helmet here. 


03 


22 


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26 


LMP 


Okay. Go ahead on - - 


03 


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27 


CDR 


Hey, John 


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28 


LMP 


- - and I'll vait 60 seconds. 


03 


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29 


CDR 


John, don't I have your helmet? I don't want the 
cover on it. How about giving me one of those 
other helmets. 


03 


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16 


IMP 


Hello, Houston, Houston, this is Snoopy. How do 
you read on SECONDARY? Over. 


03 


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CC 


Snoopy, this is Houston. We have a lot of noise 
in the background; hearing you very weakly. 


03 


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30 


CDR 


You're loud and clear to us. 


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22 


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33 


LMP 


Okay, I'm reading you loud and clear. I'll go 
back to PRIMARY at this time. 


03 


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ko 


CC 


Roger. Hear you're going back to PRIMARY. 






38 


4 1 




Tom are you checking these things off Hov far 
along are you? 


03 


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51 


CDR 


I'm squared - I'm waiting for - to get John on VHF 
A SIMPLEX down there on the list. 


03 


22 


38 


56 


LMP 


Are you done with the suit fan check? 


03 


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38 


58 


CDR 


Oh, yes, that shit's all finished. I'm all finish- 
ed, babe. I'm down to VHF A. Okay. 


03 


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10 


CDR 


Go. Coming to you, John. 


03 


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13 


LMP 


Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. I'm ready to do 
the S-band steerable antenna check. 


03 


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IMP 


Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy, I'm ready to do the 



S-band steerable check. 



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Tape 10-03601 

. 03 22 39 kO CMP Houston, this is Charlie Brown. Snoopy is ready 

to do the steerable S-"band antenna check. Over. 

03 22 39 53 CMP Houston, Houston, Charlie Brown. Over. 

03 22 39 56 CC Snoopy, this is Houston. Request you try turning 

your BANGING switch OFF. Over. 

03 22 hO 05 CMP Roger. They want you to try turning your RANGING 

switch OFF, Gene-o. 

03 22 U0 08 LMP Okay. Houston,, this is Snoopy with the RANGING 

switch OFF. How do you read? 

03 22 U0 18 CC Okay. Gene, we're still hearing you very weakly, 

and a lot of background noise. Over. 

03 22 kO 23 MP I don't doubt about the background noise. We got 

it in here, but I can't do anything except eat 
these mikes from here on out. 

03 22 liO 1*2 IMP Houston, this is Snoopy. I'm ready to go with the 

steerable test, if you're ready. 

03 22 hO 56 CC Hello, Snoopy. This is Houston. Go ahead with 

the steerable check. Over. 

03 22 Ul 01 LMP ' Okay. Hey, John, are you in the attitude as 
prescribed? 

03 22 Ul 0l+ CMP Yes, just about. 

03 22 Ul 06 LMP Okay. 

03 22 1*1 15 CC Charlie, this is Houston. We're still reading 

Snoopy very weak with a lot of background noise. 
You may have to relay some. 

03 22 Ul 22 CMP Roger. 

03 22 U2 20 CMP Okay, Snoopy. We're at the attitude. 

03 22 U2 23 LMP Okay, and I should have good high-gain lock. Hello, 

Houston, this is Snoopy. How do you read on high 
gain? 



03 22 1*2 32 CC Oh, that's much better now, Snoop. 

03 22 1*2 3h LMP Okay, I don't know if that's any sign. That was 

a piece of cake. I hope it works that way. 

03 22 1*2 1*2 CC You're coming in loud and clear, Snoopy. 

03 22 U2 50 LMP Okay, Jack. Things are going, so far, real veil 

up in here. I'm about ready to go off the loop 
here, go back and get suited up, and we'd like to 
stay ahead of the game if we can. All my voltages 
look real good. Just to bring you up to date, I'm 
reading 30.2 on the COMMANDER ' s BUS, and 30.2 on 
the SYSTEMS ENGINEER'S BUS. INVERTER number 2 is 
in the high side of the green. BATTERY number 6 
is reading 3T, and BATTERY number 5 is reading 37- 

03 22 U3 26 CC Roger. We copy, Gene. 

03 22 1*3 28 IMP And our glycol temperature started out at about 

70 or 75 and it's come down very slowly, is now 
within the green band. I guess it's about 50 - 
1*8 degrees right now. Our SHe pressure looks good, 
within the nominal limits. And our ambient pres- 
sure looks good, and our ascent helium pressures 
look good also. 

03 22 U3 55 CC Roger, Snoopy. We copy. 

03 22 U3 58 IMP Okay, Jack. Next time I see you, I'll be dressed 

for the occasion. 

03 22 05 CC Roger. We'll be looking forward to it, and we'd 

also like to keep ahead a little bit. 

03 22 1*1* 09 LMP Okay, babe, I'm going back to suit up. 

03 23 06 59 CDR You want to get this thing out of the way? You 

want to get this out of the way first? 

03 23 07 03 LMP I got to do a P52 right now, babe. 

03 23 07 07 CDR Okay, okay ,' whatever you - Let me talk to them. 

Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. I'm standing up 
here in the hatch. Do you want us to do. a P52 
right now or do you want us to start working on 
the hatch to get that, out of the way? Over. 



CONF I DENT I AL . 



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Tape 10-03o0. 


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CDR 


Yes. We'll both check this "bear up here, John. 


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53 


IMP 


Hello, Houston, Houston. This is the IMP back 
Snoopy . 


03 


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CC 


Roger. We read you loud and clear, Gene-o. 


03 


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02 


LMP 


Okay, Jack, I'm getting on my hoses here, and I 
be with you in a second. 


03 


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IMP 




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CDR 


Is that the way it's supposed to be? 


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1*0 


IMP 


I think that's right. You got your ... ? 


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k3 


CDR 


I'm sorry. It looks good to me. 


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CDR 


I'm sorry, Gene--o. 


03 


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CDR 


I'm sorry. Turn the ... in and lock. 


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IMP 


Are you done up there? 


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CDR 


No. 


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IMP 


Huh? 


03 


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CDR 


No. I got up to the - - 


03 


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IMP 


Go ahead. 


03 


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CDR 


Keep that on. 


03 


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IMP 


Who are you talking to? 


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01 


CDR 


John. I got the docked alignment in but they v 
ed a P52 in. 


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07 


IMP 


Did you look at that hatch real good, bp.be? 


03 


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CDR 


I'm not ready to close it yet. 


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IMP 


No, but did you look at the seal real good? 



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Tape 10-03601 

03 23 10 lU CDR Yes. I wiped it off with a rag, and I'm going to 

rewipe it. 

03 23 10 27 DIP Okay, Tom, how far are you - did you - do you - 

are you still on OMNI's or something? 

03 23 10 32 CDR Oh, yes. We still have 30 minutes left for contact 

with them. 

03 23 10 36 IMP Oh, okay. We're right here then, huh? 

03 23 10 U0 CDR Yes, I've already gone - I've got the E-memory up 

out of the way, and I've gone ahead and got the 
rate-gyro check out of the way. All that stuff 
is done now. 

03 23 10 kk LMP T Ephem " tMs ls 311 d ° ne? 

03 23 10 1*5 CDR Yes. Keep going. I got all that stuff done. All 

this is done. All that. 

03 23 10 59 LMP You got the alignment stuff in, too? 

03 23 11 01 CDR Yes. It's done. 

03 23 11 Oh LMP How far did you go down here? 

03 23 11 06 CDR I got that done but they said we have to do it 

again since he didn't have a fine align. Okay, 
so we'll have to make another one. 

03 23 11 16 CMP Aha! Today it picks up the LM. 

03 23 11 18 LMP What did he say? 

03 23 11 20 CDR Today it picks up the LM. 

03 23 11 21 LMP What picks up the LM? 

03 23 11 2h CDR Do we have any tape? Something to wedge - 

03 23 11 28 LMP No, not in here. 

03 23 11 32 CDR They told those people to leave that out? 



r " 7V ** anC NTI| A |L Tap'loIcSoI 

03 23 11 38 LMP Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. I'm going to go 

ahead with the ascent battery activation and 
checkout at this time. Over. 



03 23 11 ^9 


CC 


Roger. We copy, Snoop. 


03 23 12 00 


CDR 


I'm going to turn the suit flow off and try to 
get these hooked up a little better. 


03 23 12 31 


CDR 


That's the ECS probably, where you got it. 


03 23 12 37 


IMP 


I just want the ascent batteries, Tom. 


03 23 12 1*8 


LMP 


Houston, bus voltage on ascent batteries alone 
looks like it's about 30 volts apiece. 


03 23 12 58 


CC 


Roger. We copy, Snoop. 


03 23 ih 18 


IMP 


I itch. 


03 23 1** 19 


CMP 


Houston. You got those gyro torguing angles? 
Over. 


03 23 lU 28 


CC 


We're copying them down. Stand by. 


03 23 lU l»3 


LMP 


Tom. 


03 23 lh kk 


CDR 


What? 


03 23 l 1 * 1*5 


IMP 


Tom. 


03 23 1^ 1*6 


CDR 


What? 


03 23 ll* 1*8 


LMP 


Are you going to copy something down? Go ahead 


03 23 ll* 50 


CDR 


What do you need? 


03 23 l 1 * 51* 


IMP 


I want you to take this - see this chain? Just 
push it way down under my underwear. Just push 
it way down. 


03 23 15 11 


LMP 


Way down. Just push it down. Okay? Okay. 


03 23 15 lit 


CC 





03 23 15 15 CDR For Snoopy. 

03 23 15 16 IMP It's down there now. I Just wanted to make sure - 

Just push down under that underwear. Okay. 

03 23 15 19 CC Okay. For Charlie Brown: this is VHP AM A SIMPLEX 

"basic check. Your VHF AM A switch in SIMPLEX, 
VHF AM B in OFF. And for Snoopy: VHF TRANSMITTER 
A to VOICE, VHF RECEIVER A to ON, and on the com- 
mander's audio center, your VHF A TRANSMIT/RECEIVE 
to T/R. 

03 23 15 56 LMP Okay for Snoopy. That was VHF A TRANSMIT, VOICE, 

RECEIVER, ON, and what was the last one? 

03 23 l6 06 CC VHF RECEIVER A to ON, and on the commander's audio 

side, the VHF A T/R to T/R, . and check all circuit 
breakers IN. 

03 23 l6 18 LMP Tom, you got - commander, are you on T/R? 

03 23 16 22 CDR Yes, A, T/R, B is RECEIVE. 

03 23 l6 28 CMP Roger. That was the setup I have here, Jack. 

03 23 16 33 CDR Okay, ve got them. Hello, Charlie Brown, Snoopy, 

how do you read on VHF A SIMPLEX. 

03 23 16 kk CMP I read you same as before, Tom, which is unreadable. 

03 23 l6 kl CDR Well, you try him. 

03 23 16" 1»8 LMP John, do you read me any better? 

03 23 16 51* CMP Negative. 

03 23 16 55 CDR We've got problems. 

03 23 16 56 CMP I can hear you through the tunnel. 

03 23 17 00 LMP Okay, but you don't read me any better? Okay. 

03 23 IT Oh LMP .Torn, check all your circuit breakers over there, 

Tom. — ~ ; 

03 ?3 17 06 CDR I've got them IN. I've got them IN. 



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cc 


Okay, Snoopy and Charlie Brown, this is Houston. 
We're ready for you to do step 7 on your coarse 
align procedure. 


°3 


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CDR 


Okay, John, how do read now? We may have to go 
back to B. 


JL 03 


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LMP 


Wait a minute . Let me 


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31* 


CDR 


We can't freak around 


03 


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CMP 


We're going to have to go hack to - Okay. Go 
ahead, Tom. 


03 


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CDR 


Okay, John. On VERB 06 - VERB 06, NOUN 20, and 
I'll count you down, okay? 


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IMP 


Can he read you, I wonder? 


03 


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CDR 


No. 


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CMP 


Hey, Tom, are you on SIMPLEX A or B? 


03 


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01 


CDR 


John, let's don't screw with it; let's go in to B 
and we'll get this stuff out of the way. 


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LMP 


Go SIMPLEX B, tell him. 


03 


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CDR 


SIMPLEX B, babe. 


03 


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11 


CC 


Charlie, this is Houston. He wants to go to 
SIMPLEX B. 


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CMP 


Okay. How do you read now? 


03 


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25 


CDR 


John, I'm reading you loud and clear. How do you 
read me? Over. 


03 


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CMP 


Howj I don't read you. 


03 


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18 


32 


CDR 


Ah, shit! 


03 


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LMP 


John , do you read me on SIMPLEX B? 


03 


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CMP 


Yes. Loud and clear. 



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03 23 18 37 IMP Okay, put your VHF - - 

03 23 18 38 CDR Got it. Got it. Hey, John, we got it nov. Let's 

go ahead to VERB 06, NOUN 20, and tell me when 
you're ready, and I'll count ycu down. Over. 

03 23 18 52 CMP Okay. Go. 

03 23 18 53 CDR Okay. 3, 2, 1. 

03 23 18 57 CDR MARK. 

03 23 18 58 CMP Okay. Plus 13552, plus 19371, plus 00132. 

03 23 19 Ik CDR Okay, I've got all those. Plus 13552, plus 19371, 

plus 00132. Over. 

03" 23 19 22 CMP Check. 

03 23 19 kO CDR Okay, Houston, this is Snoopy. Ready to copy my 

angles? Over. 

03 23 19 h6 CC Go ahead, Snoop. 

03 23 19 UT CDR Okay my angles at 06 20: plus 012. My first 

" register plus 1635 1 *, plus 01299, plus 35901, and 

I assume that you copied John's. 

03 23 20 0U LMP 06, 06, Tom. 

03 23 20 06 CDR Oh, pardon us, 35906 on the last register. 

03 23 20 10 IMP Why don't you have them read them back? 

03 23 20 15 CDR He'll read them back. He should be able to read 

that. 

03 23 20 18 CC Okay, Snoopy, ve copied John. Then on yours we 

got plus 1635^, Plus 01299, Plus 35906. 

03 23 20 26 CDR ' That's correct. Thank you. 

03 23 20 31 LMP And Houston, this is Snoopy. The ascent batteries 

look good; the backup and normal feed is good and 
my ED voltage is 37 on A and 37 on B. 



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03 23 20 1+5 CC Roger. We copy. 37 on ED's. 

03 23 20 hS CDR Okay. We're ready for the probe and drogue. 

03 23 20 5 1 * LMP Yes. 

03 23 21 07 CDR Charlie Brown, Snoopy. Our next step here - we 

got to have the hatch closed, so I'll stand by to 
help you with the probe and drogue vhen you're 
ready, babe. 

03 23 21 16 CMP Roger. 

03 23 22 21 CDR Here come the probe. Push there a little more. 

Okay. You got all three latches, John. No, they 
came out. They keep - they keep coming out. Now, 
it looks like you got them. 

03 23 2k hh LMP Houston, this is Snoopy. How about giving me the 

next LOS and next AOS time, please? 

03 23 2k 51 CC Okay, Snoopy. The next LOS will be at 95:^0 and 

your next AOS will be at 96:27. And I have some 
LM gyro torque angles for you. 

03 23 25 11 LMP Stand by half a second. 

03 23 25 h2 LMP Okay, go ahead with the LM gyro torque angles. 

03 23 25 U9 CC Okay, LM torque angle: X, minus 00730; Y, minus 

00700 ; Z, plus 00570. 

03 23 26 06 -LMP Okay. I got X, minus 00730; Y is minus 00700; 

and Z is plus 00570. Is that correct? 

03 23 26 17 CC That's affirmative. You've got them right. There's 

one more thing we can try on our VHF situation. 
We may have the corona built up on our VHF A trans- 
mitter, so VHP A transmitter switch 0PF for several 
seconds and then back to VOICE. Over. 

03 23 26 35 LMP I don't think that will work, Jack. When we just 

tried it again, it had been in the OFF position, 
and I put it to VOICE. We'll give it a try here 
in a minute though. I was suiting up while this - 
this COMM problem started. Is it a VHF A SIMPLEX 
mode? 

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03 23 


26 


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CDR 


Yes. 




03 23 


27 


00 


CC 


That's affirmative. Unable to transmit 
Charlie Brown on VHF A. 


Snoopy to 


03 23 


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06 


LMP 


Okay. That sort of blows the ranging e t 
doesn't it? 


ipability, 


03 23 


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33 


LMP 


That hatch good and clean, hate? 




03 23 


27 


35 


CPR 


Yes. I've been cleaning it. 




03 23 


28 


05 


CDR 


Okay. 




03 23 


28 


12 


LMP 


Houston, this is Snoopy. While they're 


closing 



off the probe and drogue and hatch, I'll copy some 
of those update - burn update times, if you got 
them. 



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03 23 28 27 CDR Okay, John. Those latches are holding good. 
03 23 28 31 CC Stand by 1 please. 

03 23 28 50 CC Okay, Snoopy. We have the burn times. They're 

nominal burn times; they'll change a little bit 
either way. Separation is 098:UT:l6. 301, 
099:U6:02. Phasing 100:58 - - 

03 23 29 06 LMP Wait a minute, Jack. Wait a minute. Wait a min- 
ute. Wait a minute. I can only copy them down 
one at a time. I want to copy them right in the 
book. Now go on with D0I. 

03 23 29 20 CC Roger, 099:^6:02. Over. 

03 23 29 27 LMP Okay. Go on with phasing. 

03 23 29 33 CC Okay. Phasing is at 100:58:25- 

03 23 29 hh IMP Okay, insertion. 

03 23 29 50 CC Insertion is 102:5^:37- 

03 23 29 58 LMP Okay, and, I guess that's all we need right now, 
huh? 

03 23 30 02 CC Charlie Brown, this is Houston Your roll jets 

to DISABLE, please. 

03 23 30 11 CMP All rolls - wait - Wait a minute. Okay, we'll 

disable the roll jets. Can we maneuver to a land- 
marking tracking attitude with just the probe 
holding? We haven't released the capture latches 
yet , Jack. 

03 23 30 28 CC Roger. stand by. 

03 23 30 kh CDR Looks like we're in pretty good shape ahead of 
time . 

03 23 30 1*7 LMP So far. 

03 23 30 I48 CDR I'll get those things torqued in. 

03 23 30 51 LMP I got those numbers for you. I'll wait and let 
you do it . 



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52 


CDR 


Yes, just - no hurry on it. 


03 23 


31 


06 


LMP 


What's he doing? 


03 23 


31 


08 


CDR 


He's working around up there doing something. I 
don't know what. 


03 23 


31 


15 


LMP 


Listen to that antenna, will you? 


03 23 


31 


IT 


CDR 


Just as long as it works, about 10 hours. 


03 23 


32 


07 


CMP 


Houston, this is Charlie Brown. Over. 


03 23 


32 


13 


cc 


Go ahead, Charlie. 


03 23 


32 


17 


CMP 


Roger. What's the answer to that one? 


03 23 


32 


22 


CC 


Okay. The answer to it is that, as soon as the 



\ " tunnel is vented, you can use your roll jets. Over. 

03 23 32 31 CMP Roger. Why don't we just maneuver to attitude first, 
then, and then preload the probe, then release the 
latches. 

03 23 32 111 CDR Be fine. While he's getting --Why don't we go ahead 
and torque this in? 

03 23 32 57 CC Charlie, this is Houston. Stand by 1 on rolling to 

the landmark track attitude. We'd like' to update 
the LGC clock. Over. And we'll give you a GO when 
you can maneuver to the attitude. 

03 23 33 11 CMP Roger. I'll go in there - I'll go in there and 
release the latches, then. 

03 23 33 19 CDR Well, we better get our helmets on right. 

03 23 33 21 LMP He's going to release the latches. Yes, wait a 
minute. Tell him that. 

03 23 33 27 CDR Hey, John. Hold up. We'll get our helmets and 
gloves on here, and you can release them then. 

03 23 33 39 CC Snoopy, Houston. We'd like for you to put your 

UP DATA LINK switch to DATA , please. 



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03 


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33 


1*7 


LMP 


Okay, it is in DATA. 




03 


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33 


51 


CMP 


Hey, Gene, you guys all put your helmets and gloves 
on; I'll release your latches. 




03 


23 


33 


51* 


CDR 


We're doing - - 




03 


23 


33 


55 


LMP 


I'll give you a call when we get them on, John, 
before you release them. 




03 


23 


3h 


08 


LMP 


How does that lock back there, Tom? 




03 


23 


3h 


09 


CDR 


What? 




03 


23 


3h 


10 


LMP 


My helmet. 




03 


23 


3k 


11 


CDR 


Oh, yes. It's tilted too much. Just a minute. 
Oh - no - Let me - got it. 




03. 


23 


31* 


21 


LMP 


Squeeze it down around the back. Is that squeezed? 




03 


23 


3k 


21* 


CDR 


Yes. This freaking Velcro in this - both of these 
machines is horrible ! 




03 


23 


3h 


35 


LMP 


The Velcro is - is miserable. 




03 


23 


35 


03 


CDR 


And this ECS system isn't much better than what [ 
we squawked at in the altitude chamber. Soon as 
I start puffing I st' . -t breathing those - Gene-o , 
you want to give me one quick - push here? 




03 


23 


35 


28 


LMP 


You're not in a - in that RECEIVE position 




03 


23 


35 


30 


CDR 


Ah, shitt Always try to leave it. Here we go. Go. 




03 


23 


36 


1U 


LMP 


Okay, Charlie Brown, we've got helmets and gloves 
on. You can open the latches. 




03 


23 


36 


22 


CDR 


Okay. I've got the CABIN GAS RETURN to EGRESS - - 




03 


23 


36 


21* 


LMP 


Don't we want to close that thing, Tom? 




03 


23 


36 


29 


CDR 


Yes. Tell him I'm going to close the hatch now. 




03 


23 


36 


31* 


LMP 


Charlie Brown, this is Snoop, Do you read? 




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Tape 10-03601 


16 


03 23 36 37 


CMP 


03 23 36 39 




03 23 36 1*1' 


CDR 


03 23 36 hh 


LMP 


03 23 36 1(7 


CDR 


03 23 3'6 51 


LMP 


r\i 0^ 

UJ O JD ?c: 




03 23 36 5 1 * 


LMP 


03 23 37 01 


CDR 


03 23 37 02 


LMP 


03 23 37 0»+ 


CMP 


03 23 37 11 


LMP 


03 23 37 13 


CDR 



Roger. Just a second. 

Okay, and we're closing our hatch at this time. 
That's about as clean as you can get it. 
Push up on it. There you go. 
Is that it? 
That's it , babe. 
Sure vent in easy. 

When this goes to AUTO, let's make sure that we 
pull that thing down, after our check. 

Make sure what? 

When we go to AUTO on that - - 

I'll disable the roll jets here. 

Tom, put these up there where they belong now. 

Yes. I'll put my bag over on the - You want to 
take your bag out of the way? 



03 23 37 23 

03 23 37 35 

03 23 37 39 

03 23 37 >U 

03 23 37 '*2 

03 23 37 >+6 

03 23 37 fcT 

03 23 37 ^9 
03 23 37 51 



LMP 
CDR 
CMP 
LMP 
CMP 
CDR 
LMP 



I guess we should really go to AUTO here. 



Let's see what it - 



We've got to go to AUTO. Wn don't ■ 
Wait , wait . Let ' s . - 



Let's see what it says here. 




03 23 37 52 CDR When he vents the tunnel, he's going to suck us 
down. 

03 23 37- 53 LMP Stand by 1. OVERHEAD DUMP valve to AUTO , Tom. 

03 23 37 57 CDR Sure. Yes. Got to put that latch in there. 

03 23 38 01 LMP PRESSURE REGULATOR A and B, CABIN. 

03 23 38 Olj CDR Okay. CABIN. 

03 23 38 08 LMP SUIT GAS DIVERTER valve, PUSH, CABIN. 



03 23 38 18 CDR 



PUSH, CABIN. Okay, there's CABIN, CABIN - got an 
eye on CABIN 



03 23 38 23 LMP Yes , I think - pull - 

03 23 38 25 CDR There. Okay. I've got the CABIN GAS RETURN, see, 
in case that thing blew out - that was- an open into 
our suit loop - the CABIN GAS RETURN. So we're 
okay. CABIN, CABIN, everything is sealed up. CABIN 
GAS RETURN is AUTO and SUIT CIRCUIT RELIEF is AUTO. 

03 23 38 kk LMP Houston, this is Snoop. I read 58OO on both OPS's 
this morning when I came in. 

03 23 38 55 CC That's what we have, 58OO. 

03 23 39 28 LMP Tom, will these things snap back there? They will. 
They ought to be snapped. 

03 23 39 31 CDR What's that? 

03 23 39 32 LMP I'll try and do it. 

03 23 39 38 CDR Do we have those gyro torquing angles? 

03 23 39 'H LMP Yes . 

03 23 39 58 LMP Right here, Tom. > 

03 23 ^0 01 CDR Okay, wait a minute. 

03 23 UO 03 LMP Let me snap these things do™ out of the way . 

' 03 23 J (0 13 LMP Roger. Thank y'ou. ' ' 



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Tape 10-03601 ^ ~ - 

Did you get those numbers , Tom? 
00730, right? 



03 23 


Uo 


53 


LMP 


03 23 






CDR 


03 23 


in 


05 


IMP 



They can take the Velcro that's on these space- 
craft and - I don't know what the hell they can do 
vith them, but they can give it back. Ain't worth 
& damn. 



03- 23 


la 


37 


CDR 


Does the suit circuit flow hot and cold? 


03 23 


ia 


1*5 


LMP 


Yes. These god-dang things - we got to snap them 
after we get the helmets and gloves off. This 
Velcro is about as useless as a - god-dang! 


03 23 


1*2 


03 


CDR 


It's all set. You want to - Okay. Is that a 3 or 
a 5? 


03 23 


U2 


15 


LHP 


Minus 00730. 




1*2 






Okay, I got the rest of them. 


03 23 


1(2 


20 


LMP 


Minus 00700 and plus 00570. 


03 23 


1*2 


21* 


CDR 


Okay. 


03 23 


1(3 


37 


LMP 


Charlie Brown, this is Snoop. How are you doing? 


03 23 


U3 


39 


CMP 


Roger. I've got them all unlatched and I'm reading 
the instructions to make sure that they all ... 


03 23 


1*3 


1*5 


LMP 


Okay, give us a call when you get ready to - you 
know, vent that tunnel down there; and we'll watch 
our pressure . 


03 23 


1*3 


52 


CMP 


Roger. 


03 23 


1*3 


51* 


CDR 


Look how long VERB 82 takes you, babe. 


03 23 


1*1* 


07 


CDR 


Would you believe that? What do we have next? 


03 23 


1*1* 


13 


LMP 


The integrity check, as soon as John breaks away. 


03 23 


1*1* 


17 


CDR 


Okay. 


03 23 


1*1* 


23 


LMP 


As soon as he vents the cabin, that is. 







hh 35 




03 


23 


hh 36 


CMP 


03 


23 


hh 39 


CDR 


03 


23 


hh 1*0 


CMP 


03 


23 


hh hh 


LMP 


03 


23 


h5 05 


CDR 


03 


23 


h5 06 


LMP 


03 


23 


1»5 16 


CDR 


03 


23 


23 


LMP 


03 


23 


U5 35 




03 




^5 37 




03 


23 


1*5 38 




03 


23 


^5 39 


LMP 


03 


23 


1*5 hO 


CDR 


03 


23 


h5 hi 


LMP 


03 


23 


U5 h$ 


CDR 


03 


23 


U6 01 


,LMP 


03 


23 


i>6 07 


CDR 


03 


23 


lt6 09 


LMP 


03 


23 


U6 15 


CDR 



' LUI -II IUEKWAL ""C-xSS^ 

Did you tell them VERB 

... they all released, there, and they look good. 
I called a VERB - - 

Okay. 

Want to do a VERB 96? 

No, let it go for a while. See what happens. 
Looks like it's hung up in a loop. 
Try VERB 96. 

We did get a state vector update on the whole works, 
didn't we? 

I don't know. - - 

Yes. 

- - did we? 

Yes. 

I guess we did. 

PROCEED. I know we uplinked the time. 

Maybe we didn't get a state vector, babe, because, 
we don't really get one until later on back here. 

Okay. We'll just hold off. 

1 don't think we did. Is the platform aligned? 

Oh, yes, we're all squared away. Aligned and fine 
aligned. The next thing we have to do is go through 
the pressure integrity check. We're 10 minutes 
ahead on that one.' Let's go ahead and - We can do 



03 23 h6 1+7 CDR Hey, we float all over the place with these hose< 



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03 23 1*6 50 LMP Yes. 

03 23 h6 52 CDR I'll try to - 

03 23 1+7 22 LMP Might just as well take the window shades down, I 
guess . 

03 23 1*7 25 CDR Mmm-hram. Get a' panoramic view. 

03 23 1*7 1*5 CDR That Velcro will barely hold a pencil. 

03 23 1*7 1*8 LMP That Velcro is so crappy! 

03 23 1*8 11 CMP ... Snoopy, the hatch is installed. I'm ready to 

vent the tunnel. Over. 

03 23 1*8 16 LMP Okay, we're watching it. Go ahead, John. 

03 23 1*8 53 CDR Let's see. For cooling, you want the hoses hooked 
up backwards, don't you? 

03 23 1*8 57 LMP Without your helmet. 

03 23 58 CDR Yes. I've got them hooked up backwards. That won't 
hurt anything for the suit integrity check. 

03 23 1*9 0U LMP Yes, I wouldn't do that, babe. I don't know what 
it'll do, but I wouldn't do that. Well, I guess 
you can. I guess it shouldn't hurt. 

03 23 1*9 11 CDR It'll only strip the flow. I'll wait until he gets 
the tunnel all vented, then I'll change them. 

03 23 1*9 20 LMP I'm not even sure I've got flow. 

03 23 1+9 2l* CDR You can barely feel it, can't you? Are you looking 
out? 

03 23 1*9 33 LMP I'm looking at - at the cabin pressure. 

03 23 1*9 37 CDR Are you looking out your window? 

03 23 1*9 1*0 LMP Yes. 

03 23 !*9 56 CMP Okay, you guys, give me a second or 2 to get a ... 



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03 23 50 00 LMP Okay. 

03 23 51 1*1 CDR Whew! Here come da Sun. 

03 23 51 18 LMP There ain't no question, is there? 

03 23 51 19 CDR No. 

03 23 51 30 CDR This is a worthless son of a bitch. 

03 23 51 U8 CMP Okay, going to vent. 

03 23 51 50 LMP Okay. Go slow. 

03 23 51 58 LMP Tom, I've got steam all over my window. 

03 23 52 00 CDR You want the heater on? 

03 23 52 02 LMP No, it'll dry off. 

03 23 52 07 CDR See any scratches? 

03 23 52 12 LMP No. 

03 23 52 U8 CMP Okay, have you got your DUMP valve in AUTO? Over. 

03 23 52 51 CDR Yes. 

03 23 52 53 LMP That's affirmative. It's in AUTO. 

03 23 52 55 CMP Roger. I looked through the tunnel then, and 
nothing's down there. 

03 23 53 16 IMP We're holding pressure here. 

03 23 53 22 CMP ... my LM/ command module DELTA-P gage is changing. 

03 23 53 31 CDR Is there a tunnel DELTA-P? 

03 23 53 33 LMP Yes, what about - Isn't there a tunnel DELTA-P 
position on there? 

03 23 53 hU CMP Yes, there is. If this is what it takes, it's 
going to take a month to get it out this way. 

03 23 53 'to CDR H'-b -.ui 1 >'.-,...: to take quite avhilc. 



03 


23 


53 


55 


LMP 


I hope we! re having the same pressure as you are. 
We don't want that one to decrease. 


03 


23 


5U 


09 


CDR 


I remember Dave Scott said it takes quite awhile. 


03 


23 


5h 


lit 


CMP 


Hell, it must take awhile. 


03 


23 




15 


CDR 


Yes. Look, if there's any problem, hell, go ahead 
and maneuver , J ohn . 


03 


23 


5U 


22 


CMP 


Alright. 


03 


23 


5l( 


26 


CDR 


I'll bet there's insulation all in that thing that 
vents it, too. 


03 


23 


5I4 


30 


LMP 


Probably . 


03 


23 


56 


03 


CMP 


We've either got a hatch leak from somewhere, or 
it's not venting. 


03 


23 


56 


08 


CDR 


Let's recheck that. 


03 


23 


56 


09 


LMP 


Well, we're not losing pressure, John, that I can 


03 


23 


56 


lit 


CDR 


... N0-G0 . 


03 


23 


56 


23 


CDR 


You want to go up there and. go to CLOSE on that 
valve, just to make sure it's closed? : 


03 


23 


56 


27 


LMP 


If you want to try it, go ahead. Maybe I could 
do it. 


03 


23 


56 


32 


CDR 


Can you reach it? Yes. You can do it. 


03 


23 


56 


36 


LMP 


There's a lot of crap in there though - see? 


03 


23 


56 


38 


CDR 


Yes. John, we're going to go to CLOSE on this valve, 
Just to lock it closed. Okay? 


03 


23 


56 


1*5 


CMP 


Roger. — 


03 


23 


56 


50 


LMP 


I tried to clean all that crap out of there, but 



I wouldn't be a bit surprised. Let's see, we - 
We should be losing pressure, because we don't have 



.^JSSH'-JHUbNilAL 



an AUTO REPRESS until we get down to about h.U or 
h.6 and we're already at 1|.95- 

03 23 57 07 CMP Same as right now. Reading about 0.1. 

03 23 57 lh CDR That's 0.1 DELTA-P? 

03 23 58 13 CDR Is it coming down at all , J ohn? 

03 23 58 18 CMP Not coming down at all. 

03 23 58 20 CDR Hell, that's a NO-GO for rendezvous if we can't 
get that tunnel vented. 

03 23 58 30 CMP Well, babe, I'm putting it on VENT. 

03 23 58 32 CDR Was our gage - Is our pressure going down? 

03 23 58 35 LMP No. We're venting into it and 

03 23 58 hi CDR Vent seal - I checked the seal. 

03 23 58 1*3 LMP Look at all this crap in here. I tried to clean out 

that thing yesterday. 

03 23 58 51 CDR Do you hear air flowing? 

03 23 58 56 LMP ' You can't hear through here, though. 

03 23 59 17 CDR I wonder, if we'd overpressurize here a little bit, 
if that would put us at CLOSED. 

03 23 59 26 LMP Let me try something. I'll try and build up a 
little bit. 

03 23 59 30 CDR John, we're going to try to overpressurize here - 
just a little bit, not much. Hey, John, I've got 
an idea. It's kind of outvi.lle. 

03 23 59 hi CMP Yes . 

03 23 59 kh CDR If you could dump your cabin pressure down say to 

... ^ or 5. 

03 23 59 LMP No, let me build ours up, Tom. 



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03 23 59 h9 CDR All right, we're going to go build ours up and 
see if that will help us see if there's seal, 
here. 



03 23 59 53 LMP 



Tell him, don't do anything until we help - build 
ours up. 











DAY 5 


nli nn nn ^7 
U4 uu uu u i 


LMP 


Alright, that's building up our - that's what I 
want to do. 


OU 00 00 lU 


CDR 


Okay, that should have it. That's plenty. Okay, 
our cabin pressure's up to 5.k. 


Ok 00 00 20 


CMP 


Okay. 


0U 00 00 21 


CDR 


Look at this stuff in here! That should be enough 
from DELTA-P on that whole area to see if that's 
sealed. Now try to vent it. 


Oh 00 00 32 


CMP 


Okay. I've got it in VENT. 


00 01 15 


CMP 


I put it in LM VENT for a vhile. Maybe that will 
blow anything out of that hole if there's something 
in there. 


Oil 00 01 20 


CDR 


Okay. We've hooked ours up to 5> oh, 3 to 5.'' 
DELTA-P . 


OU 00 01 1+0 


LMP 


We can probably continue, Tom. 


Ok 00 01 liU 


CDR 


Yes. 


Ok 00 01 1+6 


LMP 


Let's go ahead. 


Oh 00 01 1+9 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oh 00 01 50 


CMP 


What time is it getting to be? Are we behind? 


01+ 00 01 52 


CDR 


It's 96 hours. 


01+ 00 01 55 


CMP 


Oh, we're getting behind. 


Ok 00 01 56 


CDR 


Yes. Except we have about a 20-minute pad on all 
the stuff. 


Ok 00 01 59 


CMP 


Yes. 


OU 00 02 01 


LMP 


Okay, let's go on, Tom. SUIT GAS DIVERTER VALVE, 
PULL/EGRESS . 


Ok 00 02 05 


CDR 


Okay. Go. 


01+ 00 02 07 


LMP 


CABIN GAS RETURN , EGRESS . 


Ol+ 00 02 10 


CDR 


Go. 





00 


02 


11 


LMP 


SUIT CIRCUIT RELIEF , CLOSED. 


ou 


00 


02 


13 


CDR 


Go. 


oi* 


00 


02 


1U 


CMP 


I've got an idea. 


Oh 


00 


02 


IT 


CDR 


Go ahead , John . 


Oh 


00 


02 


18 


CMP 


I'm going "to maneuver over "to "the attitude, in press 


Oh 


00 


02 


2h 


IMP 


■ PRESSURE REG A, CLOSED. 


Oh 


00 


02 


21 


CDR 


I want to get this loose here a little bit. PRESS 
REG A, CLOSED. 


Oh 


00 


02 


hi 


LMP 


Okay. CLOSED? 


Oh 


00 


02 


h2 


CDR 


CLOSED. 


Oh 


00 


02 


h3 


LMP 


Okay, PRESSURE REG B, build the suit pressure up 
to - Wait a minute - to 8.85, and then we'll 


Oh 












Oh 












Oh 












Oh 


00 


03 


28 


LMP 


That is. Yes. 


Oh 


00 


03 


1*5 


CMP 


Hey, I'm sorry, you guys. I didn't have no control 
of that. 


Oh 


00 


03 


h9 


CDR 


What ' s that ? 


Oh 


00 


03 


51 


LMP 


I thought ve were really wheeling around there 
when I saw us move . 


oh 


00 


03 


58 


CDR 


How we doing? We're 8. 


Oh 


00 


Oh 


00 


LMP 


Stand by. 


Oh 


00 


oh 


01 


CDR 


Go. Close it. 


Oh 


00 


oh 


oh 


LMP 


You can close it. 


Oh 


00 


oh 


05 


CDR 


Go. 



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OU 00 0*t 06 LMP Okay. Monitor it for .1 minute. 

0U 00 Ok 08 CDR Okay. 

Ok 00 O'i 22 CDR Looks good. 

0U 00 Oh 25 LMP I've got a minute going over here. 

6h 00 OU 38 LMP You closed PRESSURE REG B, didn't you? 

0U 00 Oik 39 CDR Yes. 

0k 00 0^ kk LMP What's your decay doing? 

0U 00 0k k6 CDR I'm down to 3.35 - - 

Ok 00 Ok k8 LMP Yes, I'm already decayed 0.15. 

Ok 00 05 07 CDR How much did you get on it? 

Ok 00 05 10 LMP Okay, Tom, there was a decay of 0.2. 

0U 00 05 12 CDR Yes. Okay. 

Ok 00 05 18 LMP Hey," leave it that way. Was CO CANISTER SELECT , 
SECONDARY? 

OU 00 05 21 CDR Okay, ready? 

Oh 00 05 23 LMP Can you reach it? 

Ok 00 05 2k CDR Okay. 

Ok 00 05 25 LMP SECONDARY? 

Ok 00 05 26 CDR Yes. 

Oh 00 05 29 IMP Monitor cuff gage - - 

Ok 00 05 30 CDR Mant That son of a bitch went down. 

Ok 00 05 33 LMP Monitor cuff gage for 1 - - 

Ok 00 05 3*t CDR Okay. See, it had to fill up that volume back the] 

Oh 00 05 3b LMP Yes, okay. Monii.or ii. fur 1 minute hc-rc-. 



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oh 


00 05 


38 


CDR 


oh 


00 06 


33 


LMP 


oh 


00 06 


35 


CDR 


oh 


00 06 


36 


LMP 


ok 


00 06 


140 


CDR 


Oh 


00 06 


1*6 


LMP 


oh 


00 06 


h9 


CDR 


oh 


00 06 


51 


LMP 


Oh 


00 06 


57 


CDR 


Oh 


00 06 


58 


LMP 


Oh 


00 07 


03 


CDR 


Oh 


00 07 


06 


LMP 


Oh 


00 07 


12 


CDR 


oh 


00 07 


15 


LMP 


Oh 


00 07 


16 


CDR 


oh 


00 07 


19 


LMP 


Oh 


00 07 


21 


CDR 


oh 


00 07 


22 


IMP 


Oh 


00 07 


27 


CDR 


oh 


00 07 


32 


LMP 


oh 


00 07 


33 


CDR 


Oh 


00 07 


36 


LMP 



IS? 

Okay. 

Okay, that's good. 
Okay. 

C0 2 CANISTER SELECT, PRIMARY? 
Okay. Got it. 

SUIT CIRCUIT RELIEF VALVE, AUTO? 
Okay. 

CABIN PRESS REG A and B CABIN. 

Okay, CABIN. 

CABIN GAS RETURN, AUTO. 

Check. 

SUIT GAS DIVERTER VALVE, PUSH/CABIN. 
Oh. Whew! 
You push it? 
Yes. 

You got to blow your nose on that one. 
Yes. 

Okay, CABIN FAN CONTROL, CLOSED. 

You want to turn that son of a bitch on? 

Make sure it's the control, Tom. 

Okay. Okay. Check. 

Okay, verify CSM tunnel hatch PRESSURE EQUALIZATION 
and the TUNNEL VENT valves CLOSED, and the tunnel 
vented. I guess we got to wait on this one, huh? 



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Oh 00 07 h2 CDR Well, no, you don't. All this does is just check 

the cabin DEPRESS - Oh, yes, ve do, because pressure 
will flow back in through here. This is as far as 
we can go. 

Oh 00 07 57 LMP We don't have to if that's closed. 

Oh 00 07 59 CDR No, but, see - The way this son of a bitch is built, 
this thing will just leak out and let air leak 
past . It's a flimsy ... 

Oil 00 08 05 LMP That's right. 

Oh 00 08 11 CDR John, how are you doing over there? 

0l+ 00 08 13 CMP Roger, I'm coining aror.nd to attitude, but I still 

can't see any vent. 

Oh 00 08 18 CDR The only thing I can think of - We've built our 

pressure up here, but it still won't vent any. 
We've got to wait until MSFII contact. We've got 
a decision to make here. If it won't vent, either 
you can do it by dumping your cabin all the way - 
and that decision's going to be up to you - or 
else we'll just call the rendezvous off. It doesn't 
matter one way or the other. The main thing is to 
play it safe. Over. 

6k 00 08 h2 CMP I don't know that - tunnel venting or not venting 

is a call-off for the rendezvous . 

0l+ 0Q 08 hi LMP I don't either, Tom. 

Oh 00 08 k9 CDR If you release - if you release that tunnel pres- 

surizer, we'r going off of here like a goddamn 
springboard, babe. We've got 5000 pounds of force 
on that tunnel, when we release that latch. 

0l+ 00 09 01 CMP Well, you ain't going anywhere until you get to the 

end of the latch . . . 

Oh. 00 09 05 LMP By that time it will be vented. 

0l* 00 09 08 CDR Yes. 

un UU 09 11 LMF Let T s see what we can do besides Ihi.s. I '1:1 goiu^ 

to turn the AGS on, Tom. - 





00 09 


20 


CDR 


Go ahead. Keep going. 


oU 


00 09 


21 


CMP 


. . . keep you advised . . . 


ou 


00 09 


28 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


00 09 


29 


CMP 


I don't know if they want to do that to the probe 
or not, though. 


oh 


00 09 


32 


CDS 


That's what I was wondering what's going to happen 
to the probe. 


oh 


00 09 


3h 


LMP 


Stand by for a MASTER ALARM. 


oh 


00 09 


36 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oh 


00 09 


53 


LMP 


Another MASTER ALARM. 


oh 


00 09 


56 


CDR 


Okay. 


oh 


00 10 


38 


CMP 


I'll bet you anything what's happened is that 
Mylar's gotten up in the 


Qh 


00 10 


k6 


CDR 


I'll bet the same thing. The Mylar's in that 
vent hole. 


oh 


00 11 


21 


LMP 


Have you done the rate gyro check? 


oh 


00 11 


23 


CDR 


Yes, we're out of the way. I've already done that 
I could go ahead and deploy the landing gear. 


oh 


00 11, 31 


LMP 


I'd wait on that one. That's so quick. 


oh 


00 11 


33 


CDR 


Yes. 


oh 


00 11 1*7 


CMP 


Hey, man, even if I vent my cabin, that ain't 
going to dtpressurlze your tunnel. 


oh 


00 11 


52 


CDR 


If - if you would open the PRESSURE EQUALIZATION 
valve on your hatch, and vent that, that would 
do it. ' 


oh 


00 12 


02 


LMP 


We could do it - - 


Oh 


00 12 


on 


CMP 


... with all that Mylar in there. 



ok 


00 12 


06 


LMP 


We could do it, Tom - from this end - 


ok 


00 12 


08 


CDR 


How? 


oh 


00 12 


10 


LMP 


We could open - - 


Oh 


00 12 


11 


CDR 


We could depressurize from this end - - 






13 




We could depressurize from this end. We've got 
to do that, anyway, for the - for our - our 
regulator check. 










We could depresssurize from this end. 


Oh 


00 12 


2k 


LMP 


Not all the way. 


Ok 


00 12 


26 


CMP 


That sounds like bullshit to me, Tom. Let's wait 
and see ... 


Oh 


00 12 


hi 


CDR. 


We've got plenty of 0^ in the rapid REPRESS cap- 
ability. It would probably be better for us to 
depressurize from this end, John. 


Oh 


00 13 


33 


CDR ' 


When do we acquire MSFN again? 


Ok 


00 13 


38 


LMP 


96:27. 


Ok 


00 13 


It It 


CMP 


Still reading zero, Tom. 










In other words, you can't vent that thing at all. 


Ok 


00- lit 


35 


LMP 


As far as you're concerned, have we got a good 
platform now? 


ok 


00 lh 


37 


CDR 


Yes. Beautiful. 


Ok 


00 15 


01 


LMP 


Darn it. 


ok 


00 16 


50 


SC 


(Cough) 


Oh 


00 1? 


07 


CDR 


I think it probably would be best for us to do it. 


oh 


00 17 


11 


LMP 


We could go down part way any v;.y , then build it up 
and then come down and. do our regulator check. 


Oh 


00 17 


15 




Yes . 



I 

I 



Day 5 - Page 32 
Tape 10-03601 





00 


IT 20 


LMP 


014 


00 


17 37 


CDR 


Ok 


00 


18 01 


LMP 


Ok 00 


18 18 


CDR 


0U 


00 


18 1*8 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


18 hg 


CDR 


Oh 


00 


18 53 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


19 10 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


19 11 


CDR 


Oh 


00 


19 12 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


19 26 


CDR 


Oh 


00 


19 h3 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


20 00 


CDR 


Ok 


00 


20 13 


CMP 


Ok 


00 


20 23 


LMP 


Oh 


00 


20 25 


CMP 


oh 


00 


20 30 


LMP 



We've got nothing to lose. If that thing gets 
clogged again - and doesn't hold pressure - 

Looks like it's holding good now. And our DELTA -P ' s [ 
above his . 

Why don't you take some pictures while you're there? 

Son of a bitch! This freaking purse keeps falling 
out. Didn't these people fit this stuff - they put 
it together. This is as useless as tits on a boar 
hog! Okay. What's our basic for color on the lunar 
surface? $.6 at 250? 

f;l», Tom. 

That's black and vhite. That's black and white. 

Oh, color? Okay, wait a minute. I'll get it to 
you. I have it right here. 

What do you want, color? 

Color, lunar sur - - 

f :8 at 250th. 

Well, isn't that nice. Each one of these magazines 
you got to crank likt that. And how do you get it 
with your gloves on? Beautiful . Absolutely 
beautiful. 

I thought they were all supposed to be ready to go 
the minute you put then in there. 

It doesn't work. Come on now. You son of a bitch! ^ 
... I ... mine. 

Still no vent, huh? 

Yes, you still in CABIN DUMP at 5 1 *? 

Yes. When we pumped it up, it stayed there. We 
could even go a little higher . 



Day 5 - PaE e 33 
Tape 10-03601 



Ok 00 20 52 CMP It could be leaking from here, but I checked my 

a - I checked my a - vent valve. I closed it and 
looked to see if it was sealed or not. The ... I 
don't know what the heck it is, you guys. We get 
AOS here in a couple of minutes , and then we can 
find out, huh? 

Ok 00 21 19 LMP We're sitting, crossing our fingers right now. 

0l+ 00 21 2k CDR Well, this back doesn't work; that's nice. 

OU 00 21 25 LMP At all? 

Oil 00 21 26 CDR No. 
0k 00 21 27 LMP Sure. 

Ql+ 00 21 28 CDR Well, take it out now ... The camera vorks. She 

just don't work. . ... 

Ok 00 21 I49 CMP I believe you could drop your . . . maybe you could 

just drop it to like 2-1/2 or something like that, 
that would be good enough. 

0U 00 21 56 LMP That's what we were thinking of. Let's wait now 

until we talk to MSFN , I guess. 

0k 00 23 08 CDR Hey, it won't work with the backs, Gene-o. It 

works by itself, but it won't work with the backs. 

0k 00 23 k5 IMP John, what - what angle are you at so I can try and 

cranked them and turned them. 

0i+ 00 23 56 CDR (Laughter) Won't work, Gene-o. Just beautiful. 

Oh 00 2k 01 LMP Without the back, huh? 

Ok 00 2k 03 CDR And both of them - I've turned them, and cranked them 

and cranked them and turned them. 

0l» 00 2k 01 LMP Both - both magazines! You got to be kidding. 

0k 00 2h 11 CDR I'm not kidding. 

Oli 00 2k ]2 LMP There's one more magazine there. Something's got 

to be wrong. 



Day 5 - Pace 3h 

Tape 10-03601 ^ *"* ' — — « 



oU 


00 


2h 16 


CDR 


You're right, babe. Something's got to be wrong. 
We're all squared away. It works fine without 
the back. I've turned it. 


Oif 


00 


2k 25 


LMP 


Let's see it once. 


ok 


00 


2k 28 


CDR 


Have at it. It shows you the direction to rotate 


ok 


00 


2k 5k 


CDR 


It just doesn't work. Mo, it was - the lenses 
were on good, but I checked - it works beautiful 
without the back. Beautiful without the back. 


oh 


00 


25 17 


LMP 


Give me the screen for it. 


oh 


00 


25 M 


CDR 


I've done everything. You can tell when it works 
without it . 


oh 


00 


25 53 


LMP 


Did you try a different back? 


oh 


00 


25 55 


CDR 


That makes the second back. 


ok 


00 


25 59 


LMP 


Let me see. Try the third back. 


ok 


00 


26 09 


CDR 


. . . third back yet. 


oh 


00 


26 12 


LMP 


Oh, I. guess it's in here. 


Oh 00 


26 21 


CDR 


Roll it. 


0^ 


00 


26 23 


LMP 


... anything to it. What is that, back and white 


Oh 


00 


26 25 


CDR 


Yes. See, 


oh 


00 


26 39 


CDR 


It works good now. Now to get the color to work. 


oh 


00 


2? 06 


LMP 


John, are you at any - What angles are you at? 
You 


ok 


00 


27 11 


CMP 


I'm at 300 degrees. 


oh 


00 


27 20 


LMP 


You'll have better contact, because we'll be in 



OMNI.; so you go ahead and tell them, and tell 
them - maybe we could .vent dovn here, and get 
th '.t thing vented, and then build our pressure 
back up. 



Oh 00 27 31 CMP Roger. Roger, I can't - wc can't get the tunnel 

to vent. Over. We've pinned down Charlie Brown. 
Over. I've checked the vent valve, and - Roger, 
I'll say it again. Wc cannot get the tunnel to 
vent * Over . 

O'l 00 28 ill CMP That's correct. We've checked the inflow valve. 

I've checked the inflow valve, and I've checked 
the vent valve, and Tom and Gene have checked 
their AUTO valve and they've built up pres- 

sure inside the vehicle, and it doesn't appear to 
be moving into the tunnel, so I don't know what 
their problem is. Tom thinks come of that insula- 
tion got lodged in the vent line. 

OU 00 29 03 CMP Houston, Charlie Brown. Bo you read? Over. 

0^ 00 29 10 CC Roger, we read you 5 by. ... Charlie Brown, do 

you copy? . . . Roger . 2.5 

Oh 00 29 15 CMP We can barely read you now. 

Oh 00 29 17 CC What's your problem there? 

Ol* 00 29 22 CDR Houston, this is Snoopy. How do you read? 

0l+ 00 29 29 CC Snoopy, this is Houston. We read you about 2 by. 

Oh 00 29 32 CDR Okay. John's already described the problem, and 

we recommend that from what we can see up here, 
we're sure that Mylar insulation has plugged up 
up his vent line to vent the tunnel. We can vent 
it through the LM and go hard suit through here 
and repressurize this spacecraft. And we would 
recommend that action, rather than having the CGM 
depressurize. Over. 

Oh 00 30 10 CC Snoopy, Houston. You're unreadable. We copied a 

few words about the Mylar insulation an I that the 
tunnel will not vent. Otherwise, that's all we 
can copy. Over. 

Oh 00 30 19 LMP Hey, let me talk to him. ... 

Oh 00 30 CC CDP, Sure. 

Oh 00 30 21 LI-IP Houston, how do you read Snoopy now? 

/-^NHnmriiM 



Day 5 

Tape TO-OjC&l 



Oh 00 30 26 CC 
Oh 00 30 31 LMP 



0** 00 30 hi CC 

Oil 00 30 59 CDR 

Oh 00 31 02 LMP 

Ok 00 31 26 CDR 

Ok 00 31 28 LMP 

Ok 00 32 03 LMP 

0** 00 32 05 CDR 

Ol* 00 32 33 CC 



Ok 00 32 k9 LMP 

01+ 00 32 52 CMP 

Ok 00 32 55 LMP 

Oh 00 33 07 CC 

Ok 00 33 08 CMP 

Ok 00 33 09 CC 



You' i 



■ about 2 by, still, Gene. 



Okay, if we have to we would like to go ahead, and 
try and vent the tunnel through the LM. We will 
depressurize the LM, fire away, and then try to 
vent the tunnel part way, and then build the LM 
back up. How does that sound? 

Roger. Stand by. 

... this to work. You have to keep turning and - - 
Yes, that's what I did, just turn the mother. 
Shit, now I can't - 

Tom, we oupht to try and get a - We're waiting for 
... landmark tracking, so we can't get a state vec- 
tor. I can't go ahead with any more AGS work. 

... angles momentarily, Tom. 



Hello, Charlie Brown; Houston. If you maneuver to 
a 000 roll, 01^ pitch, and yaw 000, and get into 
HIGH GAIN, your angles are good in the flight plan. 
Snoop, your angles are good as listed in the flight 
plan at 97 hours. Over. 

Snoopy. Roger. Understand. 

What did they say, Gene-o? 

They said, if you maneuver to those angles, your 
high-gain angles are good as in the flight plan, 
and ours are good at 97 hours . 



193 and yaw 6k degrees on the high-gain ante; 



Ok 00 33 IT LMP 



Tape 10-03601 

\ ... Houston , repeat up to me where you want 

Charlie Brown to maneuver to; he can't- read you. 



Charlie Brown to maneuver 1 
Ok 00 33 25 CDR In the angles. 

Ok 00 33 28 CC Roger, Snoop. We want Charlie Brown to r 

to 000 roll, pitch 01*4 , yaw 000. It's listed in 
the flight plan at 96 hours and Uo minutes. Over. 
Skip the landmark tracking. 

0k 00 3k 0k CDR Yes, I asked you what angles. What do you want for 

Snoopy and Charlie? 

0k 00 3k 08 LMP Got them already, Tom. 

0k 00 3'4 32 LMP Charlie Brown, Snoop, let us know whon you get there. 

0k 00 3k Hi CMP We're on our way. 

0'4 00 3k k3 LMP Okey doke. This way we can get high gain from them; 

get our state vector update, and pontinue G n. We 
can't do much without that state vector. 

Ok 00 3k 55 CC Roger, Snoop. We copied about - We see Charlie 

Brown maneuvering to high-gain attitude. Stand 
by on the tunnel vent. Over. We're coming up 
with a procedure for you. 

OH 00 35 07 LMP Okay, great! Thank you. 

6k 00 35 56 LMP Tom, IM time is going to be about 360 . 

right? 6 times 6, 36, 360 and roughly ' ) - about 
1+00, right? 

0k 00 36 08 CDR Yes. How come you're feeding on a - back through 

feed loop? Are you in VOX? 

0l* 00 36 18 LMP No, we got a hot S-band mike when we're in ICS PTT 

and DOWN VOICE BACKUP. 

0k 00 36 23 CDR Okay. N 

0k 00 36 2k LMP I just left it there, right now. 

0l+ 00 36 26 CDR Alright. So the ground is reading us full time, when 

when we transfer. 



Day 5 - Page 38 

Tape 10-03601 ' "■ -■C?*5>^ h 



01+ 


00 


36 


30 


LMP 


Right in this mode, they are, yea. 




ok. 


00 


36 


32 


CDR 


Okay. 




ok 


00 


36 


1.0 


CMP 


Okay, Gene-o. We'll have to move it up a 1 
here. I'll pitch a little faster. 


Lttle 


ok 


00 


3b 


U6 


LMP 


Okay, babe. 




ok 


00 


36 


56 


CMP 


Okay, that's OFF, and we'll cheek it. 




ok 


00 


37 


2k 


CC 


Snoopy, Houston. 




oh 


00 


37 


25 


CDR 


Go ahead, Houston, Snoopy. Over. 




ok 


00 


37 


30 


CC 


Roger, Houston. You're coming in about 3 by ... 


oh 


00 


37 


ho 


CDR 


do™ VOICE BACKUP. 




ok 


00 


37 


k?. 


LMP 


Say again there, Houston - - 




ok 


00 


37 


1+6 


CDR 


DOWN VOICE BACKUP ranging OFF. 




ok 


00 


37 


50 


LMP 


Houston, how are you reading OMNI now? 




ok 


00 


37 


52 


CC 


Roger. And in DOWN VOICE BACKUP master, if 
turn the ranging OFF, will probably improve 
voice quality some. Over. 


you 

the 


ok 


00 


38 


00 


LMP 


Okay, Charlie. I've got the ranging OFF. 




ok 


00 


38 


06 


CC 


Roger, you're a little bit better, Gene-o. Char] 
Brown, I understand you're calling. Go ahead. 
Over . 


ok 


00 


30 


19 


CMP 


Okay, Gene-o. We got 25 degrees to go. 




ok 


00 


38 




LMP 


Okay, John. Understand. 25 degrees to go. 




ok 


00 


38 


3] 


CDR 


Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy, how soon on 
solution on this tunnel? Over; 


the 


ok 


00 


35 


k3 


CMP 


I don't think they're reading us, Tom. 




ok 


00 


39 


19 


CDR 


Okay, that I could reach. 





Ok 00 39 3k CDR Looks like he's about there. 

0*4 00 39 1*8 CDR Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. Do you read? 

Over. 

0U 00 39 5 1 * LMP Tom, I'll have my high gain in a minute. 

Ok 00 39 56 CC Go ahead, Snoop. 

Oh 00 39 58 CDR Okay, Charlie. Loot, as far as we can see, it 

still appears to us like all thin Mylar that's 
been floating around in the spacecraft has prob- 
ably got into that vent line. The only solution 
that we see about it ... - to vent the tunnel, is 
to take it out through the LM and take us down. 
If John would try to do it, it would suck that Mylar 
right back into his valve - tunnel valve there, 
which is no good. We'd have a rough time in the 
command module; but we could do something ; we 
could live with the LM for a while. That's about 
all we can see; and as far as we understand about 
the probe, it's probably not a good idea to release 
that probe with all that pressure on it. Over. 

Oh 00 hO hi CC Roger, 10. Correction. Roger, Snoop. We're 

aware of that. We'll probably -- - 

Oh 00 hO h6 CMP Houston, Charlie Brown on the high gain. How do 

you read? 

Oh 00 hO 'l8 CC - - about releasing the probe without doing a 

hatch integrity check. We're a little concerned 
about that. If you'll stand by a couple of 

minutes, we'll come up with a procedure for venting 
the tunnel. Over. 

Oh 00 Ul 02 CDR Okay. 

Oh 00 Ul Oh CMP Houston, Charl i-e Brown 011 the high gain. How do 

you read? / 

Oh 00 hi 10 CC ... you're coming in about 3 by, John. 

Oh 00 hi lh CMP I read you loud and clear now. 

Oh 00 Ul 20 LMP Houston, how's Snoopy on high gain? 



Tape" ,0-0350! CDRTTC*N*IAL 



01+ 


00 !tl 22 


CC 




0^ 


00 1+1 23 


IMP 


How's Snoopy on high gain? 


0l+ 


00 1+1 2k 








00 1+1 30 




Stlding ^ 




UU 4JL JO 




You can have these feedback loops* 


Oh 


00 hi hi 




You can hear it coming down and going back up again 


ok 


00 h2 18 


CDR 


. . . descent 0^. 


Oh 


00 1(3 52 


CMP 


Okay, Snoopy, you want to do another LM drift 
check now? 


Oh 


00 1+3 58 




Let's get ahead of them, while they're still figur- 
ing out what their recommendations are. John, on 
my mark, let's do a VERB 06 , NOUN 20. We'll try 
to keep ahead of it where we can. 


Oh 


00 i+i+ 09 


CMP 


Roger, go ahead. 


Oh 


00 hh 13 


CDR 


Counting down on VERB 06, NOUN 20, 3, 2, 1 - 


Oh 


00 1+1+ 18 


CDR 


MARK it. 


oh 


00 1+1+ 20 


CMP 


Roger. Plus two balls l6T , plus 01380, plus three 
balls 


oh 


00 1+1+ 36 


CDR 


00167, 01380, 00091+. Over. 


oh 


00 1+1+ 1+2 


CMP 


Got it. 


Oh 


00 1+1+ 1+3 


CDR 


Okay. 


oh 


00 1+5 05 


CDR 


Okay, Houston, my readings for 06 20 is plus 30186, 
plus 193C0, plus ' .'!;;. Over. 


oh 


00 1+5 23 


CC 


Roger, we copy. Snoop, cap - Snoop, Houston. We'd 



like to uplink a - Got a load for us if you'll give 
us POO and data. And we'll have some word on the 
tunnel procedure momentarily. Over. 



Day 5 - Pago Hi 
Tape 10-03601 



Oh 00 H5 H8 CDR Yes. Go. POO. We're in POO and data; you got. it. 



OH 00 H6 06 


lmp 


Are we doing the drift check now? 


oh 00 ht 06 


CMP 


Houston, this is Charlie Brown . I never did get 
that DAP load. You got one .for me? Over. 


oH 00 H7 lH 


CC 


Roger, ve got it here for you, Charlie Brown, if 
you're ready to copy. CSM weight is 36 688: 
gimbal trim: pitch, minus 0.73; yaw, plus 0.82; 
LM weight 31 117 • Over. 


on 00 H7 H3 


CMP 


Roger. CSM weight 36 688; minus 73, plus 82; 
LU weight 31 117. How do you want that DAP set 
up today to balance these quads? 


on 00 H8 07 


CC 




oH 00 H8 10 


CMP 


Say again. Over. 


oH 00 H8 15 


CC 


Roger. Use a B/D roll. 


OH 00 H8 17 


CMP 


Roger. Use B/D. 


OH 00 H8 22 


LI-IP 


Houston, Snoop. Are you done? 


OH 00 H8 28 


LMP 


Sever mind, I can see you're not. Have you 
got our DAP load on page H5? 


OH 00 H8 38 


CC 


Affirmative. Coming up on you now. CSM weight 
36 688; LM weight 31 117- Over. 


OH 00 H8 52 


LMP 


John, LM is 31 117, CSM is 36 688 and understand 
the ^01 and 5^7 are still good. 


OH 00 H9 06 


CC 


. Affirmative. 


OH 00 H9 08 


LMP 


Okay, as soon as we get our load, - - 


on 00 H9 10 


CC 




OH 00 H9 13 LMP 


Okay, we're going to proceed, as soon as we 

get the computer back, to updating the AGS and 
go through 'the gimbal check until we hear from 



Day 5- Page h? H^liMIA L 
Tape 1O-036O] mnm 



I Oh 


00 


h9 


21* 


cc 


Roger. We concur. 




Ok 


00 


k9 


32 


cc 


Snoop, Houston. We got just one more load to go 
and then ve'll have it for you. Over. 


• 


Ok 


00 


k9 


3? 


LMP 


Okay . 




oh 


00 


50 


13 


LMP 


Charlie Brown, Snoop. 




oh 


or> 


50 


16 


CMP 


Go ahead. Over. 




oh 


00 


50 


IT 


LMP 


On VHF A, was your SQUELCH all the way OFF? 




Oh 


00 


50 


PO 


CMP 


That's affirmative. 




Ok 


00 


50 


21 


LMP 


Okay. 




Oh 


00 


50 


25 


CMP 


I had the SQUELCH up and down when you guys were 








50 










j ^ 




52 














52 


35 










00 


52 


36 


CDR 


- - I'm right over Diamondbuck and Sidewinder. 






00 


52 


38 


LMP 


Are you really? 




1 ok 


00 


52 


39 


CDR 


Right over! - - 




I 

! 


00 


52 


1*0 


CC 


Hello, Snoop, Houston. We are through with the 
load. The computer is yours. Charlie Brown and 
Snoop, if you're ready to copy, we have a pro - - 




<■ Oil 


00 


52 


1*8 


LMP 


Copy, and I'll work on the AGS. 




Oh 


00 


52 


1*9 


CC 


- - vent. Over. 




oh 


00 


52 


50 


CMP 


Roger. Go ahe- d. 




Oh 


00 


52 


58 


CC 


Roger, Snoop. On activation 38, we want you to - 





to vent the tunnel using the normal regulator check 
with the following exceptions. Are you ready to 
copy? Over. 



Day 5 - Page 1(3 
Tape 10-03601 



0l+ 00 53 15 CDR Go ahead. Are we still hot? Go ahead. 

Oh 00 53 21 LMP It's not hot, Tom. 

0l+ 00 53 23 CC Okay. We assume you've gone through the regulator 

check, so we're going to shorten this procedure. 
In step 2 - step 2 on activation 38 - - 

0k 00 53 35 LMP Tell them we have it. 

0k 00 53 36 CC CABIN DUMP valve. We want that 0PM. CABIN 

REPRESS to CLOSE. Activation, page 39, step 3; 
the forward CABIN DUMP valve, OPEN, then AUTO at 
3.5 psi. Now, that will fei-/e us 1.5 DELTA-P in 
the tunnel and at this time, CMP should be monitor- 
ing the LM/CM DELTA-P. Now, all we're concerned 
ahout is the hatch integrity check for the command 
module using this procedure. We don't have to 
take the tunnel all the way down. Now we will 
have to eliminate the RCS hot fire, the yaw thruster 
firing, and we'll get that out of the way after 
undocking . Over . 

0k 00 5k 29 CDR Okay. I think we got it Charlie. On page 38, 

step 2, that's verify OVERLOAD CABIN DUMP valve to 
OPEN instead of AUTO. CABIN REPRESS to CLOSE on 
step 3; OPEN and AUTO at 3-5; and we'll restrict 
the yaw firing thrusters; you're concerned ahout 
the command module hatch integrity check, and nt 
thrust, you want to assune that when he releases 
the probe that the 3.5 psi will not hurt the probe. 
Over. 

Ok 00 55 02 CC That's affirmative. We've run that through the 

experts, Tom, and it will not hurt the probe or 
the drogue. In repressurizing , don't forget to 
put the OVERHEAD DUMP valve - OVERHEAD DUMP valve 
back to AUTO when you REPRESS. Over. 

Ck 00 55 IT CDR ... Yes. We know all about that, Charlie. Okay, 

we're ready to go through it - we're ready to go 

0k 00 55 2h CC ... the tunnel back up again 

Olt 00 55 27 CDR ... we're ready to go ahead through it right, now, 

1 when John's ready. 



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Tape 10-03601 




Ol* 00 55 32 


CMP 


Okay, let me get up here in the tunnel there, Tom 


Oh 00 55 35 


cc 


We'd like you to stay - Okay, troops, now we'd lil 
you to stay at about 3-5, for a couple of minuter, 
so we can get a hatch integrity check in the c:.-.- 
mand module. Over. 


Oh 00 55 50 


CDR 


Let's start there, Gene-o . 


OU 00 55 52 


LMP 


Okay. 


Ol+ 00 55 53 


CMP 


Okay. Go ahead, Tom. What position you want me 
to be on the tunnel? Do you want me on CM DELTA-] 


Oh 00 56 02 


CDR 


I'm going ... to get — 


Oh 00 56 0*4 


CMP 


Okay. Go ahead, Tom. 


oU 00 56 07 


LMP 


On what page? 


oH 00 56 08 


CDR 


Right here. Read it off. 


oU 00 56 11 


LMP 


We didn't do that regulator check, though. 


OU 00 56 13 


CDR 


No. ve haven't done it; we're only going down to 
3.5. Okay. 


Ok 00 56 IT 


LMP 


CABIN GAS RETURN , EGRESS. 


0^ 00 56 19 


CMP 




OU 00 56 21 


LMP 


... starting it off right now, John, I - I'll giv 
you a hack when we're going down. CABIN GAS 
RETURN, EGRESS. 


OU 00 56 27 


CDR 


CABIN GAS RETUfi'* , EGRESS. 


OU 00 56 30 


CC 


Snoop, Housto . It'd give a warm feeling if you 
could talk us through this. 


OU 00 56 3 ! i 


LMP 


. . . CABIN GAS RETURN , EGRESS . 


Oil 00 56 37 


CDR 


Okay, let me go back to - back to - - 


O'l 00 56 39 


LMP 


How do you read me VOX, Houston? 



oh 


00 


56 


1»3 


CDR 


- - Did your suit start to flutter? Okay 
ready . 




Oh 










CABIN GAS - CABIN GAS RETURN - Wait a mini, 
a minute. Start here, babe, or back here' 


te , Vc 


OU 


00 


56 


51* 


CDR 


No, we've already got - we've already got, 
all that. 


thron 


Oh 




57 






Okay, Houston, starting at 96:05, step number 2 
Is that correct? 


Oh 


00 


57 


08 


CC 






Oh 


00 


57 


11+ 


LMP 


Both PRESS REG's A and B to EGRESS. 




Oh 


00 


57 


16 


CDR 


I've got an EGRESS , let's go. 




Oh 


00 


57 


17 


LMP 


Roger, they're EGRESS. CABIN GAS RETURN, 


EGRES 


oh 


00 


57 


19 


CDR 


Okay. 




oh 


00 


57 


2h 


LMP 


Stand by, OVERHEAD CABIN DUMP valve, OPEN. 




Oh 


00 


57 


29 


CDR 


Stand by . 




Oh 


00 


57 


36 


LMP 


OPEN. Okay, CABIN REFRESS, CLOSED. 




Oh 


00 


57 


in 


CDR 


Okay . 




Oh 


00 


57 


1*1* 


LMP 


Got it CLOSED? 




Oh 


00 


57 


h r j 


CDR 


Yes. 




Oh 


00 


57 


1*6 


LMP 


PRESS REG B, EGRESS. 




oh 


00 


57 


1*9 


CDR 


EGRESS. 




Oh 


00 


57 


50 


LMP 


... B - Bravo. Okay? 




Oh 


00 


57 


52 


CDR 


Go . 




Ok 


00 


5Y 


55 


LMP 


Okay, FORWARD CABIN valve OPEN and at AUTC 





at 3-5- 



oh 


oo 58 00 


CDR 


Okay, it's ... 


Oh 


00 58 01 


LMP 


Why don't you get that, Tom, and I'll tell you 




00 58 03 




Okay and I've got PRESS REG A CLOSE ^ EGRESS, to 
And this should be PULL to EGRESS, right? 


Oh 


00 58 10 


CMP . 


That's right. 


















Oh 


00 58 13 


cc 


right now. 


Oh 


00 58 18 


LI-IP 


Houston, where is the SUIT GAS DIVERTER valve on 
this? It's in EGRESS, that should he right. 




00 58 27 




SUIT GAS DIVERTER valve should be in EGRESS. 


Oh 


00 58 30 




That's what we figured. Okay. 


Oh 


00 58 31 




Okay. 


Oh 


00 58 32 


LMP 


And just to verify we got a PRESS REG A in EGR::."S 
and PRESS REG B in EGRESS. Is that correct? 


Oh 


00 58 39 


CDR 


Yes. That's right. 


Oh 


00 58 hh 


LMP 


Okay, we're going to start dumping the cabin down 
to 3.5- 


Oh 


00 58 50 


LMP 


Do it slowly, babe. Okay, there's 5- 


Oh 


00 58 5k 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oh 


00 58 55 


CMP 


I have a . . . 


Oh 


00 58 57 


LMP 


h.&. It. 5. U.2. 


Oh 


00 59 02 


CMP 


. . . want a 1 psi . 


Oh 


.00 59 Oh 


LMP 


h.O. 3.8. Okay, our suits are holding 3.5. 



Stop it, Tom. We're down to 3.5 and our suits 
are about h. 2. 



tDWm 'l I AL 



GOHftCTENTtM ^ 5 - ,,,, 1, 

Tape 10-03601 



Oh 


00 


59 


19 


CMP 


At 1.5 psi. 


ok 


00 


59 


21 


CO 


Roger, Snoop. We copy. 3.5 psi. And we copy 
Charlie Brown, 1.5 psi. Now hold - let's hold 
for a couple of minutes to get a hatch integrity 
check. Charlie Brown, watch your cabin pressure. 
Over. 


ok 


00 


59 


32 


CMP 


Yes, I'm watching that. 


ok 


00 


59 


f+o 


LMP 


... like spring in Chicago in here. There's snow 
all over the place. 


ok 


00 


59 


kQ 


cc 


Roger . 


ok 


01 


00 


05 


LMP 


Tom, I'm going ahead with the AGS bit while I can 


oh 


01 


00 


08 


CDR 


Good. Okay. 


ok 


01 


00 


32 


CMP 


Yes, let's start official, here. 


Oh 


01 


00 


35 


CDR 


It's starting to build up. I'm going to close it 
Yes, our pressure started to build up which meant, 
the tunnel pressure's built - - 


Oh 


01 


00 1(6 


CMP 




Oh 


01 


00 


kQ 


CDR 


- - it started to go up to h . 


Oh 


01 


00 


51 


CMP 


Oh, no. 


Ok 


01 


00 


55 


LMP 


Houston, did you read Snoopy? Our pressure went 
from 3.5 up to k. And then Tom just closed the 
OVERHEAD DUMF valve. 


Oh 


01 


01 


03 


CMP 


Okay, mine'-s holding at 1 right now. 


oh 


01 


01 


06 


CC 


Roger. 


ok 


01 


01 


08 


CMP 


That's because we ... 


ok 


01 


01 


15 


CC 


Charlie Brown and Snoop, CABIN GAS RETURN 

to CABIN. Over. 


ok 


01 


01 


28 


LMP 


Roger. CABIN GAS RETURN to CABIN. 



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Tape 10-03601 

Oh 01 01 35 CC The ... repressuri zing now and we'd like to be 

sure that - - 

Oh 01 01 38 CDR CABIII GAS - - 

Ok 01 01 39 CC 

0U 01 01 1*0 CDR To AUTO. 

Oh 01 01 hi CC Over. 

Oh 01 01 I45 LMP Okay. 

Oh 01 01 h6 CDR CABIN GAS RETURN to AUTO. 

Ok 01 01 U7 LMP CABIN GAS RETURN to AUTO is what you want, isn't 
it? 

Oh 01 01 5h CC ... affirmative. 

Oh 01 01 57 LMP And we're ready to REPRESS , I guess, at this point. 

0U 01 02 Oh CC That's GO. 

0k 01 02 06 CDR Okay, ... get this out of the vay. 

0k 01 02 16 CDR Okay, 

0't Ox 02 29 CDR We've got 5; that's good enough. We've got 5- 

Oh 01 02 38 LMP Okay, Houston, ve're up to 5- 

Oh 01 02 k9 CDR FORWARD CABIN DUMP valve, OPEN in AUTO; it's AUTO. 
PRESS REG B, CLOSE. 

Oh 01 02 55 LMP We had a procedure for it. Wait a minute. Do you 

have a procedure for us for an integrity check? 

Oil 01 03 01 CDR 

0>4. 01 03 07 CDR We're all staying 

0l+ 01 03 08 LMP Okay, you're going to pass us a procedure for a 

hatch. integrity check? 

0't 01 03 13 CDR . . . good enough . 



- Tape 10-03f 



Oil 


01 


03 


15 


CC 




Oil 


01 


03 


16 


CDR 


That's right. 


Oh 


01 


03 


18 


CC 


. . . Lhat 1 s alright . 


oh 


01 


03 


19 


CDR 


That's right. Yes, we're okay. 


Oh 


01 


03 


22 


CC 


Okay. Fine. You can press on. Over. 


oh 


01 


03 


26 


CDR 


Okay. 


oh 


01 


03 


29 


LMP 


Tom, we ought to do that regulator check, huh? 


Oh 


01 


03 


35 


CDR 


... The tunnel's just vented down there 


oh 


01 


03 


U3 


LMP 


Screw the damn thing. Let's go on - - 


oh 


01 


03 




CDR 


Yes, let's go on. Well, I think, we - what we - 
our functions - I'm going to put - let's put this 
final configuration for undocking, okay? 


oh 


01 


Olt 


00 


CC 


Snoopy, Charlie Brown, only thing is remir.J 
PRESS REG'd A and B back to CABIN. Over. 


oh 


01 


Oh 


06 


CDR 


That's right. -We're getting them, Charlie. 


Oh 




Oh 






time, Tom. We're going to be a little more 
rigorous , now. 


oh 


01 


Oh 


23 


CDR 


. . . some flow in here; ready? 


oh 


01 


Oh 


26 


LMP 


Okay. PRESS REG A and B, CABIN . 


oh 


01 


Oh 


28 


CDR 


Yes, they're CABIN ; the REPRESS is AUTO. All set 


oh 


01 


Oh 


38 


LMP 


... take my helnet and gloves off. 


oh 


01 


Oh 


39 


CDR 


Yes. 


oh 


01 


Oh 


1)7 


CDR 




oh 


01 


Oh 


!i8 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. Two things for you: ve 
like another readout on the LM/CM DELTA -P, and 



also disable all roll jets. Over. Until we can 



Hay 5 -Pare 50 r^^TO^I^^ 

Tape 10-03601 X 



Oh 


01 


05 


00 


CMP 


Roger. All roll Jets coming OFF , and LM/CM 
DKLTA-P is 0.9. 


Oh 


01 


05 


10 


MP 


Houston, this is Snoop. I gave the AGS an update 
and an alignment, and then when I checked VERB 83, 
my local vertical angle, it was off by about 20 de- 
grees, so I'm going tlirough the procedure again. 


oh 


01 


05 


26 


CC 


Roger, and we have a K-vector update for you. Over 


oh 


01 


05 


33 


LMP 


Okay, fire it. 


Oh 


01 


05 


33 


CC 


Roger. 090 00 03 00. 


Oh 


01 


05 




LMP 


090 00 03 00? 


Oh 


01 


05 


52 


CC 


Affirmative. 


Oh 


01 


06 15 


CC 


Snoopy, Charlie Brown, this is Houston. We'd like 
to - we got a little ,H e:r. with your gyro plat- 
form as it appear;-, and X gyro torching angle is 
a little large. We'd like you to repeat the drift 
check. Over. 


oh 


01 


06 


32 


LMP 


... and you want us to repeat the drift check. 
Roger, give us a second hero. 


Oh 


01 


06 


37 


CDR 


Shit! 


Oh 


01 


06 


ho 


CC 


Roger. That's on page U3- 


Oh 


01 


06 


h6 


LMP 


... I load in the K- factor, I just load it in 
VERB - in 90, don't I? 


Oh 


01 


06 U9 


CDR 


Yes. Yes, ... hot voice. 


Oh 


01 


06 


53 


LMP 


I load it in U T - 


Oh 


01 


06 


58 


CDR 


Yes. Mo problem. We haven't been doing it that 
way, but we've just been going and just making 
the AGS monitor with that, so - yes. Six of one 
and half a dozen of the other. It doesn't matter. 


oh 


01 


07 


15 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. We'd like one more read- 
out of the LM/CM DELTA-P. Over. 


oh 


01 


07 


?1 


CMP 


Roger. Okay, it's 0.8. 




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Tape 10-03601 



Oh 01 07 39 CG 

Oh 01 07 5 1 * LMP 

Oil 01 07 56 CDR 

Oli 01 08 Oh CC 

Olt 01 08 lU LMP 

OU 01 08 29 LMP 

01+ 01 08 35 CDR 

Olt 01 08 36 LMP 

OU 01 08 37 CDR 

Oh 01 08 39 CC 

(A 01 08 55 CDR 

(A 01 09 03 CC 

0l* 01 09 13 CDR 

Olt 01 09 25 LMP 

Oil 01 09 27 CMP 

Olt 01 09 37 CC 

01 09 1*6 CDR 

Olt 01 09 50 CMP 

Olt 01 09 5 1 * CDR 



They want you to do the drift check again, Tom, 
after this starts flashing. 

Yes, yes. 

Snoop, Houston. We copy you entered the K-f actor 
wrong. We need 90 hours and 3 seconds, not 30 sec- 
onds . Over . 

Okay, 90 hours and 3 seconds. My mistake. 

Better let that run itr-. course. Why don't you 
start on the - on the DPS - DAP throttle tests? 
You can do th-.t - - 

Well, I've got to get this fine aligned; then I'll - 
Okay, okay. 



Charlie Brown and Snoop, ve have 30 minutes - 
30 minutes to LOG. If we don't get the RCS hot 
fire in, ve're still GO for undocking; you can do 
that on the back side. Over. 

Okay. What's - vhat's the latest time for undocking 
now, Charlie? 

Stand by. 



You go ahead and get that drift. 

... he flashing a and I'll need that to — - - 

Snoop, Houston. Undocking time is 98:22; it's 
about an hour and h minutes. Over. 

Right. 98:22:00. 



This thing's operating so slow, I can't - - 



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Tape 10-03601 



oh 01 09 56 ciip 

'; OU 01 10 03 CDR 

0U 01 10 13 CMP 

Oh 01 10 lh CDR 

: Ok 01 10 18 CDR 

Oh 01 10 19 CDR 

Ok 01 10 20 CMP 

Oh 01 10 33 CDR 

Oh 01 10 l*U CMP 

Oh 01 10 U6 CDR 

, Oh 01 10 58 CDR 

: Ok 01 11 07 CDR 

! 

i Oh 01 11 08 CC 

I 

! oil 01 11 it cc 

Oh 01 11 39 CDR 
oh 01 12 oU cc 

Oh 01 12 09 CDR 
Oh 01 12 17 LMP 



Yes, I know, it really is. Okay. 

Charlie Brown, Snoop. We're ready to do another 
one of those drift checks. Let me know when you 
have VERB 06, NOUN 20; I'll give you a mark when 
they ENTER. Over. 

Now . Over . 

Roger. 3, 2, 1 - 

MARK. 

VERB 06, NOUN 20. 

... plus 00393, plus 01300, plus 0^+28. 

Okay, copied you. 00393, 01300, and 0h28 -we 
need one more number . 

00U28. 

Okay, got it. 
Which one? 
Okay. 

Houston. Let me read you the angler, that we got 
and see if they confirm. You ready to copy? 

Roger. For the CSM, it's plus 00393, plus 01300, 
plus 00)128. For the LM, plus 29959, plus 19285, 
plus 35578. Over. 

Houston, Snoopy. Those are correct. Over. 

Snoop, Houston. Somebody cut in on us here on the 
loop. Did you copy those angles? 

Yes, I copied them and they were correct. Go 
ahead and go through the DAP throttle set here. 

Tom, circuit breaker STAB/CONTROL DP^A POWER, 
CLOSED. 



Oh 01 12 20 CDR Go. 

^ — eo H rif >B sfflAi. 



01 12 22 LMP MODE CONTROL, AUTO.* 

Ok 01 12 23 CMP Hello, Houston, Charlie Brown hero .... 

OU 01 12 31 IMP Verify GUIDANCE CONTROL, PONS. 

OU 01 12 32 CMP Roger. What about not rolling to this l80 degrees 

roll here until we get undocked? Would that be 
alright? 

Ok 01 12 U0 IMP THROTTLE CONTROL, MANUAL. MANUAL THROTTLE, COM- 

MANDER. TTCA, COMMANDER; THROTTLE, and MIN. Way 
down, now. Remember that. 

Oh 01 12 51 CDR Yes, got it. 

Ok 01 12 58 CMP I don't know how I'm going to roll with the roll 

Jets disabled. 

0k 01 13 05 CC Roger, we- copy, John. Stand by. We're running this 

one around the room. And J've got a SEP pad if you're 
not busy. 

0^ 01 13 lk CDR Proceed. ... 

0U 01 13 18 CMP Go ahead, over. 

0k 01 13 23 CC Roger. SEP. It's RCD/G&N and it's NA down to 

NOUN 33. We got 098:1(71600, NA down to the pitch 
angle, 01 k degrees. Over. 

0k 01 13 1+6 CDR PROCEED. 

0k 01 13 i*7 CMP Roger, 098:lt7;l600 

0k 01 13 ! +9 CDR Whr. J 's our trim? 

0k 01 13 52 CMP 1U degrees pitch. 

0k 01 13 57 CC Good readback, Charlie Brown. 

Oil 01 lh 05 CDR And we go ENGINE ARM , DESCENT, and we do not PROCEED. 
Okay, we did VERB 3k, ENTER. 

Ok 01 lk 2k CDR Okay, Houston, this is Snoopy. TTCA "coming up to 



MIN, and it looks good. 



nn, Now MAY tbr 



Day 5 - Page 5 U . C CONff^ 

Tape 10-03601 ■" N ™— 

Ol* 01 ih 1*5 CC Roger. We copy. And Charlie Brown, we noticed 

when you vent through your DA? load, you did 
not update your gimbal trim. They're quite a 
bit off. Over. 

0U 01 15 00 CM? Okay, I'll fix them. 

Oh 0] 15 03 LMP Houst : Snoopy. How's that for a K-factor 

time? Okay, if it's a good K-f actor time, it's 
going in. 

Ol* 01 15 33 LMP Okay, Tom, you got ENGINE ARM, OFF? 

Oh 01 15 35 CDR Yes. 

OU 01 15 -36 LMP Breaker STAB/ CONTROL DECA POW]-; , OPEN? 

Oil 01 15 37 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 15 38 LMP THROTTLE CONTROL, AUTO. 

Oh 01 15 39 CDR Yes. 

Ok 01 15 hO LM? TTCA, JETS. 

Oh 01 15 hi CDR Go. 

Oh 01 15 h?. LMP MODE CONTROL: PGNS , OFF. 

Oh 01 15 hh CDR Yes. 

OU 01 15 1*5 CMP 

Oh 01 15 h9 . LMP I'm down to page 7 - I did everything up here, 
Tom. 

Oh 01 15 53 CDR Okay. 

Oh 01 16 02 LMP I got all those RCS pressure verification ... 

Oh 01 l6 10 CDR Are we, are we still on hot mike? 

0!+ 01 l6 12 LM? No. 

0l+ 01 16 15 CDR Okay, let's go through it. 

Oh 01 16 16 'LM? Okay, MASTER ARM , ON. Do you have it on? Right 



r ~C O N FID EN.II i&LvJV;; 

Ok 01 16 20 CDR Okay, MASTER AIM, ON. Got the STAGE SEQUENCE 

light . 

0!+ 01 l6 2k LMP Okay, MASTER ARM, ON: HELIUM PRESSURE, RCS , 

FIRE j, and I'll - - Stand by, baby. 

01+ 01 16 33 CDR Ready? 

Ok 01 16 3k LMP Go. Powce! There's - helium pressure came down 

slightly. Hey, we're GO on that pressuriza - - 

0l+ 01 16 k6 CDR Turn it OFF, MASTER ARM, OFF. 

Oil 01 l6 U9 LMP ^ay> recycle. Let me recycle these valves. See 

what happens , those damn things go when you do it . 

0l» 01 16 59 CDR Okay. It looks like we got all the Parker valves 

squared away. 

0k 01 IT 15 LMP Yes. I know it. Okay. Verify MASTER ARM, OFF. 

0k 01 IT IT CDR Go. 

0k 01 IT 18 IMP And RCS REG's A and B warning lights are OFF. 

Ok 01 IT 20 CDR Go. DESCENT REG. 

Ck 01 IT 31 CMP 

OU 01 IT 35 LMP Verify the pressures and temperatures on the RCS 

and they're all go. And Houston, this is Snoopy. 
Our helium pressure on both RCS REG's is 2900 psi. 
T.P., let me start out with the — Okay, STAB/ 
CONTROL: ATTITUDE DIRECT CONTROL, CLOSED on 
your side. GUIDANCE CONTROL PGNS, that's go. 
DEAD BAND, MAX. 

0k 01 18 IT CDR GO. 

0k 01 18 18 LMP X- TRANSLATION, k JETS. 

0l+ 01 18 20 CDR GO. 

Oil 01 18 21 \lMP MODE CONTROL: PGNS, ATTITUDE HOLD. 



oh 01 18 25 

OU 01 18 26 LMP ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, PULSE. 



Day 5 - Page 56 ^""^ONRMiN I J At**. 

Tape 10-03601 

Oil 01 18 31 CDR GO. 

Ok 01 IB 32 LMP ACA/1+-JET {COMMANDER ) , DISABLE. TTCA is ENABLED. 

01+ 01 18 39 CDR GO. 

01+ 01 18 1+8 LMP Okay, Charlie Brown, this is Snoopy. We're cal- 

ling for you to be 'in a VH.N DEAD BAND , ATTITUDE 
HOLD. Okay, we're going to start yourRCS checks. 
We'll give you a hack when we go hot fire. 

Oh 01 19 36 CDR Roger and ve will not yaw. 

0l* 01 19 U3 CC And, Charlie Brown, you can have your computer 

back. We're through with your load; and we're 
with you, Snoop, on the hot fire. 

0l+ 01 19 1+8 CDR Okay, Charlie . . . 

01+ 01 19 58 LMP Okay. These are all cold fire. Cross stop, 

roll right. 

0k 01 20 06 CDR God damn! 

0l+ 01 20 09 LMP Let me recycle those. 

0l» 01 20 Ik CDR Damn caution and warning system. 

0U 01 20 16 LMP Gkay, try rolling right, again. 

Oil 01 20 21 CDR There's another one. Freak. 

0l+ 01 20 23 LMP , That's no good. Roll left. 

0l+ 01 20 32 LMP Houston, are you reading these numbers? 

Ok 01 20 38 CC Roger. We're reading them. 

Ok 01 20 1+6 LMP Pitch up. Pitch down. Yaw right; this is cold 

fire. Yaw left. Okay, John, you can go to 
wide deadhand ATTITUDE HOLD. Houston, what do 
you make out of that? 

-0l* 01 21 IT CDR I want to make - I want to - ... 



You want l.o put your helmet and gloves on for this? 



Day 5 - Page 57 

Oh 01 22 12 LMP Houston, we'll standi by for your GO until ve 

proceed further. 

Oh 01 22 19 CC Roger. Stand by. And, Charlie Brown, ve show 

you in the DAP MIN deadband. Over. 

Oh 01 22 3** LMP Charlie Brown, you can go to vide deadband for 

us, now, ATTITUDE HOLD. 

Oh 01 22 58 LMP ... docking ... 

0U 01 23 00 CDR Yes, that'll be okay. 

Oh 01 23 02 LMP I haven't even begun the day yet. 

Oh 01 23 03 CDF. Yes (laughter). You want to be on hot mike? 

Oh 01 23 11 LMP Make any difference? 

Oh 01 23 3h CDR Look at those. 

Oh 01 23 36 LMP They'll go out when you can push the valves - 
push the breakers in. 

Oh 01 23 1*7 CDR We can't wait around for them to 

Oli 01 23 1*9 LMP Let's - let's continue. 

0U 01 23 50 CC Snoopy, we're GO with those numbers on the cold 

fire. Go ahead with the MIN ... impulse, 
step 5. 

0l+ 01 23 56 CDR Okay, real good, we'll go ahead. That's the 

first time we'd - we had seen numbers that 
hadn't gone to the full range. I Just wanted 
to check with you. With our own analysis, ve 
were GO, but we wanted to give you a check. 
Okay, we'll go ahead. 

0l* 01 2l* 05 LMP GUIDANCE CONTROL: AGS-MODE CONTROL: AGS, 

ATTITUDE HOLD. 

Oh 01 2h 10 CDR Go. 

01* m ?h 13 LMP ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, MODE CONTROL. Your 

COMMANDER is 1* JET, ENABLE. Nov, when you hit 
hard over here, it's going to be a hot fire. 



Day 5 - Page 58 

Tape 10-03601 C QNfiDEW^A^ 

Oh 01 2h 25 CDR Yes. 

0U 01 2U 26 CC Charlie Brown, we'd like you in vide deadband. 

Over. 

Oh 01 2k 30 CMP Stand "by. 

04 01 2h hh LMP John, let us know when you're getting wide, 

because some of these are going to be hot fire. 

Oh 01 2h 56 CMP Okay, we're in vide. 

Oh 01 2h 58 CDR Okay. 

Oh 01 2h 59 LI-IP Okay, we're going to proceed, and we'll let you 

knew when we hot fire here. 

Oh 01 25 02 CDR Okay. 

Oh 01 25 05 LI-IP Okay, Tom, we don't want any yaw. Is that 

right? 

Oil 01 25 07 CDR That's right. 

Oh 01 25 08 LMP Okay, roll right, and John, you'll get a pulse 

of hot fire. Let's go. Pulse it. 

Oh 01 25 Ik CMP Good. 

0U 01 25 18 LMP Left ... pitch up . . . pitch down. 

Oh 01 25 26 CDR Okay, thrusters seem nice and crisp, seem real 

good. 

OU 01 25 29 LMP Okay, you want to - to yaw right and left without 

going to the - to the hard stops? 

0U 01 25 35 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 25 h0 LMP Let's go. Okay. ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, PULSE. 

Okay, get your four TTCA breakers in and I'll get 
mine in. 

Oh 0125 52 CMP You want me to recycle the ... here? 

Oh 01 25 5 ! < LM? All iii? 

Oil 01 25 55 CDR Yes. 



I 



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OU 01 26 02 LMP Okay, CWEA, OPEN, then CLOSE. Okay, lights are 

OFF; all the flags arc OFF. This is a hot fire 
in AGS. Commanders - TTCA; okay, ready to do it? 

Ok 01 26 21 CDR Yes. 

Ok 01 26 27 LMP Okay, up, down, right, left, end then fore and 

aft. John, you ready for a hot fire? Okay, up. 

Ok 01 26 38 CDR Go. 

OU 01 26 39 LMP Up. Down. Left. Right. 

Ok 01 26 k3 CDR Go. 

0^ 01 26 kk LMP Forward. Aft I guess they all fired, babe. 

0k 01 26 50 CDR They all fired, Houston, but ve didn't get it 

on the DSKY because I made a real short pulse. 

0k 01 26 5k LMP You wouldn't get them anyway. This is AGS, 

babe. We weren't - - 

0k 01 26 56 CDR Yes, right. Yes. 

0U 01 27 01 CC Roger, Snoop. We copy. Charlie Brown, we'd like 

to go to BMAG's ATT 1 rate 2, so we can get some 
attitude hold. Over. 

0k 01 27 13 CDR Okay. 

0k 01 27 15 LMP GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS? 

Oh 01 27 17 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 27 18 LMP Okay, now we'll see them on here. You better 

tell them we're going to hot fire again. John, 
we're going to hot fire again. You ready? 

01+ 01 27 31 CMP Go ahead. 

0k 01 27 32 LMP Okay, go up. 

0k 01 27 3k CDR It fired. 

0k 01 27 38 LMP Down. You got to fire long, and I don't think 

we want to. 



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Oh 01 27 U3 CDR No. 

Ok 01 27 kk LMP Right. 

0U 01 27 U6 CDR Yes. 

0U 01 27 1*7 IMP Left. Forward. Aft. 

Ok 01 27 52 CDR Did we get a - We got to hit it E, 6, ENTER ... 

0k 01 27 56 MP Son of a bitch, yes, I do. We never got a ~ Hit 

a E 6 E. ENTER 6. Okay, now try the right and 
let, fore and aft again. Okay, we got this and 
we got this, but you've got to hold them longer, 
and - we don't want to hold tL'-.-^i longer. 

0k 01 28 26 CDR Yes, I don't want to waste any - - 

0U 01 28 27 LMP Why don't you tell them that? 

0k 01 28 28 CDR Okay, Houston. You - As you probably read, the 

DSKY didn't go, but I didn't - I made just short 
pulses, and I didn't want to waste any fuel here 
and hold it that long with this condition that 
we have in the tunnel, so they fired, and they 
fired real crisp, so I think ve're in good shape. 
Okay . 

0k 01 28 k5 LMP X-TRANSLATION , 2 JETS. 

0k 01 28 k6 ■ CC Roger. We copy, Snoop. Stand by for our GO. 

0k 01 28 52 CDR Want .to go AGS? 

0k 01 28 5k LMP GUIDANCE CONTROL, AGS. 

0k 01 28 55 CDR Go. 

0k 01 28 58 LMP Okay, we go right into rendezvous r;idar 

self-test. 

0*i 01 29 01 CDR Okay. Okay, Charlie Broxn , Snoop. Verify that 

RCS THRUSTER B-3, OFF, and your RADAR TRANS- ' 
PONDER , OFF." 

0U 01 29 11 CMP Roger, the RADAR TRANSPONDER; HEATER «nd 3-3 it 



' ^eONB^'i3llSt> 5 - Paso 61 

I Tape 10-03o01 

OU 01 29 15 CDR Roger. Okay, RENDEZVOUS RADAR, RELEASE. 

Oh 01 29 20 CC And Snoop, Charlie Brown, you're GO for undock- 

ing. We had one indication that the - On your 
hot fire that jet B-3 down, we had a TTC stuck 
on, but if you don't hear anything, we're GO. 

Oh 01 29 36 CDR Sounds good here. 

OU 01 29 38 IMP CROSBrOINTT ■ ', both, HI MULTIPLY. 

OU 01 29 ^0 CDR Go. 

Oh 01 29 143 LMP We're proceeding with the rendezvous radar 

self-test. RATE /ERR MONITOR, both, RENDEZVOUS 
RADAR. 

0U 01 29 *+7 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 29 U9 LMP ATTITUDE MONITOR, both, PGNS. 

OU 01 29 51 CDR Go. 

OU 01 29 53 LMP MODE SELECT, LANDING RADAR. 

Oh 01 29 56 CDR RENDEZVOUS RADAR, isn't it? 

0*4 01 29 57 LMP LANDING RADAR. 

Oil 01 29 58 CDR LANDING RADAR, right . Go. 

Ok 01 30 00 LMP ... RANGE RATE - RANGE RATE MONITOR, RANGE RATE. 

Oh 01 30 0i+ CDR Yes. 

Ol* 01 30 05 LMP SILAFTAr.UNIOIJ, ±50°. 



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Oil 01 30 09 CDR Yes. 

01+ 01 30 10 LMP RENDEZVOUS RADAR, SLEW. 

Oh 01 30 13 CDR Go. 

Oh 01 30 lh LMP Put it to SLEW pocitic:-.. Okay? 

Oh 01 30 16 CDR I am. 

Oh 01 30 IT LMP TEMPERATURE MONITOR, RENDEZVOUS RADAR, pliu, 10 to 1^5- 

Oh 01 30 19 CDR Go. 

Oil 01 30 21 LMP Circuit breaker AC BUS A - RENDEZVOUS RADAR, CLOSE. 

Oh 01 30 2h CDR Go. 

Oi* 01 30 25 LMP And RANGE/RANGE RATE, ALTITUDE/ ALTITUDE RATE. 

Oil 01 30 27 CDR Go. 

Qh 01 30 29 LMP Now wait 30 seconds. 

q1| 01 30 30 CC got some words for you on your torquing angles 

you might want. Over. 

OU 01 30 37 CDR • Stand by. 

OU 01 30 1+U CC Roger, Genc-o. Looks like we got a constant bias 

in your yaw in your platforms. On our two drift 
checks, we get a bias of - a torquing angle of 
minus 03.5^0, and it appears to be a constant bias, 
because it's been the same between the two different 
drift checks. We're GO with that constant bias. 
We'd like Charlie Brown to look through the - his 
rendezvous window and see if we have a constant 
slippage, maybe, in the - in our docking attitude, 
and you can tell that by looking at the docking 
target. Over. 

Oh 01 31 23 CMP Roger, Charlie. 

Oh 01 31 35 LMP Charlie, givu me a hack when we get close to LOS 

so I can get off the high gain, will you? 

Oh 01 31 38 CC Okay. We got 8 minutes. 

Oh 01 31 !i0 LMP I'll stay with you. If you pick me up at about 

2 or 3 minutes, I'll go cff. 



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'^TTORFtDf fcffiAl Tape 10 -° 3601 



Oh 01 


31 U5 


CDR 


Okay. 


Olt 01 


31 1*7 


LMP 


Okay. PGNS RENDEZVOUS RADAR circuit breaker, 
CLOSED. 


Oh 01 


31 1+9 


CMP 


You just yawed off. You yaw to my left about - 
I'd say 2 degrees or so. 


oU 01 


32 0*4 


CDR 


Okay. Go. 






CC 


Okay. Fine. We get a 3-degree bias, so that's 
it. Be advised that you're drifting off in yaw, 
Charlie Brown. You might want to watch your 
attitude . 


Oh 01 




CMP 






32 1U 


CDR 


Okay. Go. 


0*+ 01 


32 15 


LMP 


Okay. FLIGHT DISPLAYS: RANGE/RANGE RATE, ALTI- 
TUDE/ALTITUDE RATE , CLOSED. 


oU oi 


32 20 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oil 01 


32 23 


LMP 


RANGE RATE - - 


oU 01 


32 


CDR 


I got it. 


Oh 01 


32 27 


LMP 


- - and ALTITUDE / ALTITUDE RATE. Okay. Slew 
antenna left to mode 1 region. 


Oh 01 


32 31 


CDR 


Okay. Should be coming out of mode 2. 


0I4 01 


32 1+5 


CDR 


Go ahead. 


Oh 01 


32 53 


LMP 


Slew up, down, left, and right. Then go to LOW 
mode and 5HAFT/TRUHUI0II, ±5°, and do the same 
thing. 


oU 01 


33 06 


CDR 


Looks good. Go. 


Oh 01 


33 OS 


LMP 


RENDEZVOUS RADAR, AUTO TRACK; caution light, 
master alarm, RADAR TEST, RENDEZVOUS RADAR; 
range tape drives and cross-pointers . 


Oil 01 


33 20 


CDR 


Yes. 



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Tape 10-03601 /*^ONHliE&L£l£L 



Ob 


01 


33 


21 


IMP 


04 


01 


33 


27 


CDR 


Ok 


01 


33 


28 


IMP 


Oh 


01 


33 


31 


CDR 


Ok 


01 


33 


32 


IMP 


Ok 


01 


33 


3U 


CDR 


Ok 


01 


33 


38 


IMP 


ok 


01 


33 


39 


CDR 


ok 


01 


33 


kk 


IMP 


ok 


01 


33 


k6 


CDR 


ok 


01 


33 


52 


IMP 


ok 


01 


33 


55 


CDR 


Ok 




3^ 






ok 


01 


3k 


35 


IMP 


ok 


01 


3k 


39 


CDR 


ok 


01 


3k 


1+0 


IMP 


ok 


01 


3k 


55 


CMP 


ok 


01 


3k 


57 


CDR 


Ok 


01 


3k 


58 


CMP 


ok 


01 


35 


01 


CDR 


ok 


01 


35 


03 


cc 



FDAI needles vary between limits. After 12 sec- 
onds, ranee tape drives, NO TRACK , radar caution 
lights, off. Leave it where it is. 

Roger. 

Okay, those lights are off. 
Go. 

TEST MONITOR, AGC. 
Go. 1.55- 

TRANSMITTER POWER. 
3, 1*. 5- 

SHAFT ERROR. 

... between 2.05 and 3 - 2.95- 
Okay. 

TRUNNION is the same. 2 to 2.95- 
AGC. AGC. AGC. AGC. 
RENDEZVOUS RADAR, I.GC. 
Go. 

Wait 10 seconds. 
Snoopy, Charlie Brown. 
Go ahead, John. 

Roger. The EVA preparation is complete. 
Okay. Good show. 

Charlie Brown, Houston. We're concerned about 
this yaw bias in the LM and apparent slippage 
of the docking ring. We'd like you to disable 
and keep disabled all roll Jotr, ur.til after u><- 
docking. Over. And unlocking attitude - we will 



not maneuver to the undocking attitude. Just 
hold vhat we've got. Over. 



Oh 01 


35 


28 


CMP 


Roger. I'll ... mine. 








35 
















38 




Over. 


seconds to 


LOS. 


OU 01 


35 


kh 


CDE 


Roger. 3:50 to LOS. 






Oh 01 


35 


50 


CC 


And we'll see both Sncp and Chr 


rlie Brown 


at 




35 


55 












36 














36 






reading 1+79. 


range rate 


is 


0l+ 01 


36 


17 


CC 


Okay, Charlie Brown and Snoop, 
going over the hill. You're GO 
and we'll see you around the otl 


3 minutes - 
fcr undocking 
er side. 


Ol+ 01 


36 


23 


CDR 


Roger. 






Oh 01 


36 


26 


CMP 


Roger. 






Oh 01 


36 


39 


CDR 


Wow! 






Oh 01 


36 


1*9 


CDR 


Okay, Gene-o. 






Oh 01 


36 


50 


LMP . 


Okay. You got all those? 






Oh 01 


36 


53 


CDR 


Yes. Next thing is VERB 31+, isr 


r t it? 




Olj 01 


37 


01 


LMP 


RADAR TEST, OFF? 






Oil 01 


37 


02 


CDR 


R/ T )AR TEST, OFF. 






Oil 01 


37 


03 


LMP 


NO TRACK light, ON. 






Oh 01 


37 


0!* 


CDR 


Yes. 






OU 01 


37 


05 


LMP 


CROSSPOINTER, CENTER? 







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OU 01 JT 07 CDR Right. 
OU 01 37 25 CDR Okay. 
Oh 01 37 27 CMP Roger. 

Ok 01 37 32 CDR Okay. There it vent out. Next one, VERB Hi , 

NOUN 72. 

Oh 01 37 h2 CDR There. 

Oh 01 37 ^7 CMP Up rate? 

Oh 01 37 1*8 CDR No, no. You want to designate it DOWN, babe. 

Oh 01 37 53 CDR There you go. There you go. Plus - plus 283- 

There you - there - there it goes - right -where 
it should be. 

01+ 01 38 22 IMP Okay, babe. There it is. Pull your - - 
Oh 01 38 25 CDR Pull the RENDEZVOUS 

Oh 01. 38 26 LMP pull your RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker, OPEN. 

Oh 01 38 29 CDR Okay. Go. 

0l+ 01 38 31 LMP AC BUS, RENDEZVOUS RADAR, OPEN. 

Oh 01 38 33 CDR Go. 

Oh 01 38 35 LMP VERB hh, ENTER . 

OU 01 38 1*1 CDR 97 -3h. 

Oh 01 38 1+5 LMP Oh, my golly. 

OU 01 38 1+7 CDR Go to the AGS CAE. Okay. What can I do for 

you? 

Oh 01 38 55 LMP I don't know. John, are you going to be maneu- 

vering, or are you fixed now? 

0l+ 01 38 59 CDR No, he's fixed. 

0l+ 01 39 02 CMP Okay. I've stopped maneuvering. 



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OU 01 39 03 IMP Okay. I'll go into the AGS CAL, and I'll tell 

you when you have' to disable thrusters. Okay? 

Oh 01 39 08 CMP Roger. 

Ok 01 39 13 CDR While Gene-o's going through this, according to 

what we had originally, John, I think you're 
fairly near the undocking attitude that we orig- 
inally had, aren't you? 

Oh 01 39 21 CMP Yes. 

Oh 01 39 22 CDR It won't take much in stationkeeping to work it 

it out. I hope those cats know what they're talk- 
ing about - about putting that lobe on the probe 
when it extends - I think they probably are, be- 
cause e.~ soon as that starts to crack, that 
pressure should vent. 

0*1 01 39 3& CMP Yes, I know. We're almost at the undocking atti- 

tude, except we should be rolled 180. 

0U 01 39 hh CDR Okay. Okay. Now, are you going to roll over l80 

after we undock, then? 

Oh 01 39 50 CMP No. When I. get - The first thing I do when I un- 

dock is rol3 back right side up. So I'm okay. 

0l+ 01 39 56 CDR We must be okay like we are, huh? 

Oh 01 39 58 CMP Ko, you'll have to figure out what the heck you're 

going to do. I'll be danged if I know. 

0U 01 1*0 02 CDR Well, look, babe, I'm just going to stay right in 

front of you. 

0l+ 01 U0 06 CMP Okay. 

0l+ 01 1+0 08 CDR And if I'm right side up, the heck with it. I'll 

just go around like that. Don't worry tbout us. 
We don't want to waste any fuel. And if you Just- 
hold your attitude, when you release us, all I'm 
going to do is -yaw right and. pitch - I'll yaw 
_. . : ■■- . right and then pitch up. We should be face to 

face , then. 



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0U 01 liO 3? CMP Okay. We've got a small right roll going. Now, 

I don't know where ve'll he when we get there. 

Ok 01 ko 38 Cim Okay. 

Ok 01 kO k2 LMP Okay, John. I'm at the - I'm at the point where I 

got to - my AGS calibration to do so - you've got to 
maneuver - you know, to that place where you're less 
than 0.1 degree per second - and ve got those - - 

Oh 01 to 5k CDR He can't. 

0k 01 k0 55 LMP You can't do it, huh? 

ok oi ko 56 cm No. 

0k 01 UO 58 CVS' No, they told me not to do it. 

0U 01 kO 59 CDR No. Our tunnel ring is slipping right now, so 

we can't do it, so we'll Just have to skip. 

0h 01 1+1 08 LMP Find out where ve are now, Tom, and that thing 

anyway - I'll just do it anyway. Going out to l620. 

0l+ 01 hi 20 CDR See, he's drifting. 

Oh 01 kl 36 LMP We can't do an AGS CAL test, huh? 

0k 01 l»l 38 CDR That's right. That little old Mylar just might 

screw up a few things around here. 

0k 01 hi 50 CDR Okay. The only tiling I've got left on my sick 

is DPS pressurization and checkout. 

Oh 01 hi 55 LMP Well, shoot, if I can't do this, there ain't 

much sense in worrying about it. 

0*1 01 hi 58 CDR No. 

0k 01 h2 01 LMP Okay, let's pressurize the damn DPS. 

0k 01 k?. 03 CDR Okay, John, we're going to go presr.urize the 

descent stage, here. Okay. 

Oil 01 k2 09' LMP Let me check these. Press - temperature is GO. 

0l 01 k2 23 LMP Oxidizer is barely GO, but that's alright. 



Tape 10-03o01 

Oh 01 1+2 31 LMP No, it isn't, it has plenty. Go L 

0U 01 1+2 59 LMP DESCENT HELIUM REG 1, gray. 

0l+ 01 1)3 00 CDR Go. 

0U 01 1*3 01 IMP 2 is "barber pole. 

0k 01 1+3 02 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 1+3 03 LHP Come and OPEN my ED LOGIC, Tom. 

OU 01 1+3 06 CDR Okay. 

Ok 01 1+3 09 LI-IP MASTER ARM, ON. 

Oh 01 U3 12 CDR MASTER ARM is coining OU. 

01+ 01 1+3 21 IMP Okay. DESCENT PROPELLANT ISOLATION VALVE, FIRE. 

Oh 01 1+3 25 CDR Stand "by. 

0l+ 01 1+3 27 CDR I heard something, didn't you? 

01+ 01 1+3 28 LMP Yes, I heard something.' HELIUM PRESSURE/DESCENT 
START, FIRE. 



0l+ 01 1+3 3I4 


LMP 


Hey, wait a minute. 


01+ 01 1+3 36 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 01 1+3 39 


CDR 


Okay. MASTER ARM, OFF. 


0l+ 01 1+3 1+3 


CMP 


. . . thrusters? 


01+ 01 1+3 1+5 


CDR 


Nope. Tell me when it's press 


0l+ 01 1+3 1+7 


LMP 


We're pressuri ?.\ rig - - 


0l+ 01 1+3 1+8 


CDR 


Okay. 


OU 01 1+3 k9 


LMP 


- - the DPS, John. 


Oh 01 1+3 50 


CDR 


MASTER ARM coming OFF. 


0l+ 01 1+3 55 







I 

I 

Ok 01 kk 07 LMP PROPELLANT TEMPERATURE MONITOR. Okay, that's GO. 

I HELIUM MONITOR, 1*1+0. 



Ok 01 kk 27 


CMP 




OU 01 kk 31 


LMP 


You want to deploy our landing gear? 


Ok 01 kk 33 


CDR 


Alright - - 


Ok 01 kh 3k 


LMP 


Do it. 


Ok 01 kk 35 


CDR 


Let's do it. 4 


OU 01 hh 38 


LMP 


John, we're ready to deploy our lending gear. 


Ol+ 01 kk kl 


CMP 


Roger, ... 


Ok 01 kk k3 


LMP 


Okay, Tom, circuit breaker (ll), ED LANDING GEAR 




■n-T AO PTT\QT?n ar.A vrair 1 T.OGTC POWER. OPEN. 

FLAG, OLUoLD , 8I1U. your ijULixv- r^n^-v, . 


Ok 01 kk k9 


CDR 




Ok 01 kk 52 


LMP 


MASTER ARM, ON. I can't catch it, it's dark any 


oU 01 kk 58 


CDR 


It's - to heck with it. Let's keep on. 


OU 01 kk 59 


LMP 


Go ahead. 


ok 01 1*5 00 


CDR 


Okay. Ready? 


Ok 01 1*5 03 


LMP 


Wait a minute. LANDING GEA.R DEPLOY , FIRE. 


Oh 01 1+5 08 " 


CDR 


Okay, your B is CLOSED, A is OPEN, right? 


Ok 01 1*5 09 


LMP 


Yes. Stand by. 


OU 01 U5 32 


CDR 


The gear is coming down, John. 


OU 01 1*5 19 


CDR 


Looks like ve've got four in the green, babe. 


OU 01 1*5 21 


LMP 


T don't know how vc know it, but - 





( — 




0^4 01 U5 27 


LMP 


LOGIC POWER, CLOSED? 


Oh 01 1*5 32 


CDR 


Yes. Fire the gear again. 


01+ 01 1+5 35 




LANDING GEAR DEPLOY, FIRE, again. 


0U 01 1*5 36 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 01 1*5 37 


LMP 


Did you do it? 


Ol» 01 38 


CDR 


Yes. MASTER ARM, OFF. 


oil 01 U5 Uo 


LMP 


MASTER ARM, OFF. LANDING GEAR FLAG, OPEN Y 


ol* 01 U5 i* 1 * 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 01 1*6 Ol* 


LMP 


Can't get an AGS gyro drift check, I guess. Not 
when we're moving like that. 


oh 01 1*6 09 


CDR 


No. I'm going to go ahead - we undock at 98:22, 
right? 


Oh 01 1*6 29 


LMP 


98:22, yes. 


OU 01 1(6 32 


CDR 


Is there anything else we need in this activation' 


OU 01 1*7 12 


LMP 


How about setting up my ORB rate here in a minute 


Oh 01 1*7 lit 


CDR 


Yes. 


oi* 01 1*7 15 


LMP 


Wait until this update gets in. 


oh 01 1*8.01 


CDR 


Oh , shoot ! 


oi* 01 1*8 10 


CMP 


Hey, listen, you guys, I think that thing is off 
about 3 degrees. Maybe it must he steerable. 
I can't really - It looks okay. 


•ol* 01 1*8 17 


CDR 


I think we are in good shape holding here, John. 
How's the tunnel pressure? 


Ol* 01 1*8 28 


CMP 


I still have 810. 


Ol* 01 1*8 30 


CD?. 


Okay, it looks like it's holding. Tt looks like 
these things should lock in pretty good again. 



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Tape 10-03601 1 



oi< 01 


1*8 


38 


CMP 


Yes. 


ok 01 


1*8 


39 


CDR 


. . . solar corona. 


oi+ 01 


1*8 


1*0 


LMP 


What did that do to our alignment? 


Oh 01 


1*8 


53 


CDR 


Have to pick it up again. Look at the solar 
corona there, Gcnc-o. It's a whitish yellow. 


0U 01 


l>9 


07 


LMP 


Yes. 


Ok 01 


1*9 


08 


CDR 


John, I got the solar corona out here and the su 
is going to he comi ng up shortly. 


oU 01 


k9 


13 


CMP 


Roger. 


Oh 01 


1*9 


16 


LMP 


Where you looking? Let's see. 


Oh 01 


1*9 


17 


CDR 


Right through there. Can you look out my window 


0^ 01 


1*9 


20 


LMP 


Yes. 




1*9 


23 


CDR 


Just at the rims , and so^ie of the mountain peaks 
are starting to get lighted. Beautiful view. 




1*9 


29 


LMP 


Watch it when it pops. It'll really hit you. 
Boy, that is beautiful, isn't it? 


Oh 01 


1*9 


33 


CDR 


Here come da sun . 


Oh 01 


1*9 


35 


LMP 


Some of those peaks are lighted. 


oi* 01 


1*9 


37 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 01 


1*9 


1*6 


CDR 


Here it comes. Watch out. Boom. 


oi+ 01 


1*9 


1*8 


LMP 


Wow. Man, I tell you. When it comes, it comes. 


oU 01 


1*9 


53 


CDR 


Why don't I go ahead and put mine back here, Gene 


ok 01 


50 


25 


CDR 


You got the fi»al there. Let's verify these 
circuit breakers. 


oU 01 


50 


31* 


LMP 


Okay. 



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Oh 01 50 37 


CDR 
f 


We got a"bout 31 minutes to undocking, John. We' 
undock early so we can get squared away. 


Oh 01 50 hi 


LMP 


How about settinc up my 8-ball , Tom, as soon as 
I verify it here. 


Oh 01 50 U5 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 01 50 51 


CMP 


Set it to what, Geno-o? 


OU 01 50 56 


LMP 


Sorry, John, I didn't hear you. What did you 
say? 


0*+ 01 50 58 


C1£P 


... where you want me to set up? 


Oh 01 51 00 


LMP 


Where you want him set up? I don't know. Torn 
asked you something. I'm not sure what it was. 


Oh 01 51 oU 


CDR 


Tell him to stand by. 


Oh 01 51 05 


IMP 


Stand by a minute. 


OU 01 51 21 


CDR 


Gene, I'm set up and ready for the undoc-kiric, 
babe. 


OU 01 51 ^3 


CDR 


I'm going to put this back in the data file. 


Oh 01 51 56 


CDR 




OU 01 52 02 


LMP 


Got your BALANCE LOAD and CROSS TIES both close 
huh? Your BUS TIE, rather. 


Oh 01 52.06 


CDR 


Yes : 


01 52 10 


LMP 


Your BUS TIE isn't CLOSED, is it? 


Oil 01 52 12 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 01 52 13 


LMP 


Okay. 


Oh 01 52 lit 


CDR 


No. My BUS TIE isn't. I'm sorry. 


Oh 01 52 15 


LMP 


Leave those - leave those closed. 


Ok 01 52 h2 


CDR 


I've got to have some water. I'm thirsty as 
hell. 



Ok 01 52 50 LMP I didn't get a very good a-ree^ent cn this at 

all. Look at that. I never have. 

0l» 01 53 00 LMP I never did get agreement. 

Oh 01 53 06 CMP Hey, can you guys fix that ya.\i thing? 

Oh 01 53 11 LMP Hov are we going to fix it? 

Ok 01 53 13 CDR John, no problem. See, we'll Just keep what 

we've got, and then as soon as we go into night- 
time and align ve'll be in good shape. Okay? 

01* 01 53 20 CMP Okay. Boy, I'm sure sorry. I don't know what 

.the heck did that. 

0k 01 53 33 CDR Probably what got to us is this doggone insula- 

tion. 

Oh 01 53 53 LMP That AGS is bad, babe. I don't like that. 

That's - that's - That's 1*0 degrees, How about 
setting up my ORB rate ball, babe? 

Oil 01 5 J* 00 CDR Okay. 

Oh 01 5 1 * 13 CDR How is.it? 

01+ 01 5 1 * 15 LMP That's the best we've got, right there. 

0l4 01 5 1 * 20 CMP Hey, I don't like it . . . 

. 0l4 01 5U 26 CDR Shit. We're drifting like mad. 

0!+ 01 5lt 27 CMP Shoot, yes. 

01* 01 5'f 31 LMP I guess we'll just have to wait and see on that 

one, babe. I don't know. We'll try it again. 
Let's go through our normal procedures, and if 
ve get lost, we'll go back to VIIP B SIMPLEX. 

Oh 01 51+ 1*1 CMP Okay. / 

01* 01 5l* 51 CDR Jose - . 

Oh 01 5I* 53 CMP T don't know. Wait a minute. 



0I4 01 5U 5^ CDR What - How far are you going to have to maneu- 

ver? If I - Once ve get squared away, all you 
have to do is maneuver in roll. It doesn't hurt 
us a bit. Are you goi.ig to have: to maneuver 
much In pitch and yaw? 

Ol* 01 55 05 CMP About 10 degrees. 

Oh 01 55 07 CDR Ah, hell. That won't hurt us a hit. You want 

to undock 10 minutes early? And get squared 
away? Or 5 minutes - 5 minuter, should do it. 

Oh 01 55 16 CMP I think we should. 

Oh 01 55 18 CDR It's up to you. I'm sorry. I inadvertently hit 

the stick. 

0U 01 55 35 IMP You have VERB 76 in now. 

Oh 01 55 39 CDR Oh, you put it in. 

Qh 01 55 1+0 LMP Huh? 

Oh 01 55 hi. CDR You put it in, huh? 

Oh 01 55 h2 LMP I sure don't like that angle. 

Oh 01 55 I49 CDR (Cough) 

Oh 01 56 10 LMP Okay, Torn, let's Just verify these last few 

things except helmets ?:k1 gloves, huh? 

Oh 01 56 13 CDR Okay. 

OU 01 56 15 LMP Mission timer set? 

Oh 01 55 16 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 56 17 LMP Event timer set? 

OU 01 56 18 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 56 19 LMP Overhead hatch locked? 

0l4 01 56 20 CDR Yes. 

0>4 01 56 21 LMP OVERHEAD CABIN RELIEF DUMP valve , AUTO? 



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Oh 01 56 2k CDR Let's leave it closed. We don't want any •■ 

Oh 01 56 26 LMP Okay. Well, put that lock in so it dc-.-sn't 
to the OF EH position. 

Ok 01 56 39 LMP That one right there is AUTO . 

Oh 01 56 h3 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 56 1*5 LMP REG 1 s A and B, CABIN? 

0k 01 56 hG CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 57 00 LMP GUIDANCE CONTROL , AGS? 

Ok 01 57 02 CDR Yes. 

0!+ 01 57 03 LMP MODE SELECT, LANDING RADAR? 

Ok 01 57 05 CDR Yes. 

Oil 01 57 06 LMP RANGE/ ALTITUDE MONITOR, RANGE RATE? 

Oil 01 57 08 CDR Go. 

Ol* Gl 57 09 LMP RATE/ERROR MONITOR, LANDING RADAR / COMPUTER? 

Ok 01 57 13 CDR Yes. 

Ok 01 57 Ik LMP (CDR), RENDEZVOUS RADAR? 

Ok 01 57 16 CDR Right. 

Oil 01 57 17 LMP ATTITUDE MONITOR COMMANDER PGNS , and (UIP), 
AGS? 

Oh 01 57 19 CDR Go. 

OU 01 57 21 LMP RATE SCALE, 5 degrees? 

Ok 01 57 2k CDR : Right. / 

Ok 01 57 25 IMP X-TRANSLATTON , 2 JETS? 

Ok 01 57 27 CDR Yes. 

Ok 01 57 28 LMP BALANCE COUPLE, ON? 



Oh 01 57 31 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 57 32 IMP DEADBAKD , MAX; ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, PULSE ; 

MODE CONTROL, both, ATTITUDE HOLD: You just 
turned AGS off, huh? 

Ok 01 57 38 CDR Yes. I don't want to hit the stick. 

OU 01 57 1*1 LMP Okay. Turn these off for now, huh? 

Ok 01 57 !»7 CDR Yes. 

0!+ 01 57 1*9 LMP Are you in Jets over there? 

Oh 01 57 50 CDR I'm in jets. 

Oh 01 57 52 LMP When you go to throttle, you've really got to 
go hard. RENDEZVOUS RADAR, SLEW? 

Oh 01 58 02 CDR Yes. 

OH 01 58 03 LMP ACA/k JET, ENABLE, okay. You want to put your 
ACT heater on before we undock. 

0U 01 58 12 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 58 13 LMP You can see our track light.. 

0U 01 58 18 CDR Yes. 

Oh 01 58 26 LMP Helmets and gloves. 

Oh 01 58 27 CDR (Cough) Oh, man, is that bright. 

Ok 01 58 H6 LMP Tom, why don't you keep this over there somewhere. 

0U 01 58 51 CDR Okay. I wish I had some tape. 

■Oh 01 59 26 CDR I can't stay down without a restraint, can you? 

Oh 01 59 29 LMP What? ' 

Oh 01 59 30 CDR I can't stay down, here, can you? 

Oli 01 59 31 LMP You see our landing gear out there? 

O't 01 59 !|0 CDR I can't - I'm not going to look out - - 



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Oil 01 59 kl LMP 

Oh 01 59 1*2 CDR 

OU 01 59 **7 LMP 

OU 01 59 52 CDR 

OU 02 00 OG CDR 

0i+ 02 00 28 LMP 

Oil 02 00 51 CDR 

OU 02 01 09 LMP 

Ok 02 01 DO CDR 

Oil 02 01 CMP 

Oil 02 01 IT CDR 

Ok 02 01 23 CMP 

Oil 02 01 35 LMP 

Oil 02 01 37 CDR 

Oil 02 01 liO LMP 

OU 02 01 li2 CDR 

OU 02 01 1(7 LMP 

' Oil 02 01 U8 CDR 

Oh 02 01 57 CDR 



Hey, I can damn near see one. 

You're in the shadows. I can't. Can you set 
up at f:ll? 



Your f is f:8, huh? Oh, got this thing all 
knocked around. That's what I had. 

... go ahead and put my helmet and gloves on. 

There was something else I just wanted to do, 
and I don't remember vhat it was . 

Give me a hand here, and I'll get this out of 
the way. 

All in? 

Yes. Tunnel lock. 

Okay. ... undock at 98:22? 

Right. 98:22, and I'll give you a hack at 
20 minutes to go. You've got 20 minutes and 
30 seconds. 

Okay. 

Put your AOT breaker in, Tom. 

Okay. "I've already got my AOT heater breaker 
in. 

Huh? 

You want the AOT breaker in? You got it? 
looking right back at the command nodule, right 





IDENYIAL 



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Ok 02 02 01 CMP 

Ok 02 02 03 CDR 

Ok 02 02 07 CMP 

Ok 02 Ok 01 LMP 

Oh 02 Ok 07 CMP 

Oh 02 Ok 09 LMP 

Oh 02 Oil 10 CMP 

Ok 02 Oh 22 CMP 

OU 02 Ok 2k CDR 

Ok 02 Ok 25 LMP 

Oh 02 Ok 28 CMP 

Oh 02 Ok 31 CDR 

Oh 02 Oh 3h LMP 

Oh 02 Ok h2 CMP 

Oh 02 OU k6 LMP 

Ok 02 Ok 53 CMP 

Ok 02 Ok 55 LMP 

Oh 02 05 02 CMP 

Oh 02 05 05 LMP 

Oh 02 05 07 CDR 



You want to go 5 minutes early? 

At least 5 minutes early, in case ve have to go to 
some attitude. Okay? 



Hey, John, while you're sitting, there, do you want 
to try VHF A SIMPLEX again? 

Roger. Let's do it . 

Okay. 

Going to VHF A SIKPLEX now. 

Snoopy, Charlie Brcvn, how do you read? 

Beautiful. 

Roger, I'm reading you loud and clear. How me? 

I read you the sane. 

You're cor.iir.2. in greet, Jnhn . 

Okay," John, let's try VHF - let's try the DUPLEX 
ranging mode except I won't, give you ranging; I'll 
Just give you voice - 

Okay. Let's go to DUPLEX at 1) , okay? 
Okay.' John, how do you read us? 
Read you loud and clear, Gene-o, 



Okay, this is the mode we're going to operate in 
except my transmit switch will he in VOICE/RANGING 
instead of VOICE, so maybe we're in. 

Yes ,1 . . . ' 

I don't knew. 

That could be what they wero talking about on this 
corona buili-p. 



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OU 


02 


05 


i? 


LMP 


Hey, John, let's go to VHP SIMPLEX data. That's 
where ve should be now. Let's go back there. 


Oh 


02 


05 


19 


CMP 


Okay, I've already done that. 


Oh 


02 


05 


2h 


LMP 


Are you in A T/R and B RECEIVE, Tom? 


oh 


02 


05 


27 


CDR 


On A T/R and B RECEIVE . 


oh 


02 


05 


29 


LMP 


John, how do you read us? 


oh 


02 


05 


31 


CMP 


It's loud and clear. 


Oh 


02 


05 


3? 


LMP 


Okay, let's stay here. 


Oh 


02 


05 


35 


CDR 


John, you're so loud in these earplugs I have my 
volume down to 2. You're really booming through 


Ok 


02 


05 


1*3 


CMP 


Good. 


Qh 


02 


05 


53 


LMP 


Wc ought to be in for 6 exciting hours. 


Oh 


02 


05 


57 


CDR 


It should be interesting. 


Oh 


0? 


06 


00 


CMP 


Man, I hope that docking thing don't have anythi 
to do with ... working or not working. 


oh 


02 


06 


08 


CDR 


Yes. 


oh 


02 


06 


09 


LMP 


How's DELTA-P these days? 


Oh 


02 


06 


lh 


CMP 


The tunnel? 0.8, just what it was a coup]e or 
3 minutes- to go. It's still solid. 


oh 


02 


06 


27 


CDR 


Those three capture latches do a pretty good job 


Oh 


02 


06 


30 


CMP 


Yes, they dp. 


Ok 


02 


06 


33 


CDR 


John, I think 5 minutes should be enough for us 
get squared away, right? 


oh 


02 


06 


38 


CMP 


Yes , I hope so. 


Oh 


02 


06 


140 


CDR 


Or do you want to do it more than 5 cinutes earl 
babe? 


Oh 


02 


06 


1*1 


CMP 


I'd kind of like to. 



.C0NF1BEWUAL 

Oh 02 06 h2 CDR Okay, do you want - you soy when, 8 or 10. 

Olt 02 06 1*8 CMP Okay, I'll make it, I'll vote for 10. 

Oh 02 06 51 CDR Okay, we're with you, we've got plenty of field. 

Oh 02 06 5I* LMP Okay, let me start putting my helmet and gloves on, 

then . 

0U 02 06 56 CDR We've got this 15 mark; we'll undock in 5 more min- 

utes . 

Oh 02 07 00 CMP Roger. 

0k 02 07 09 LMP How's that look? 

0k 02 07 10 CDR Gene-o, yes, Gcne^o, you're getting it. 

Oh 02 07 31 CDR That sun could really be a bitch in a few more min- 

utes. John, will you stand by to take over and 
vice versa? John, what do you think about the sun? 
Do you think that's going to be hurting you, babe? 

Oh 02 07 1*9 CMP Yes. There ain't nothing I can do about it. 

Oh 02 07 51 CDR Let u , know if you lose us in the - in the bright 

glint. 

0k 02 07 55 CMP Okay, I want to turn that thing off if it's going 

to get in the sun, okay? I want to turn that 
whole thing off if it gets the sun on it, okay? 

0l+ 02 08 01* CDR Yes, don't turn it on until we make sure that there's 

no sun on it. 

0k 02 08 05 CMP Okay. 

0l* 02 08 07 CDR Just leave it covered up right now. Did you 

stick some tape over the end of it? 

0k 02 08 15 CMP Gene-o did. 

Ol* 02 08 17 CDR Well, okay, just before you take it off make sure 

you don't turn the other settings. We're all set 
on the others . 

Oh 02 08 30 CMP The only thing I do is go to TV, right? 



SA-o-S," ^ CONFIDEfc>iJIAL 



Tape 10-0360: 
Ok 02 



CDR All you do is go to - take the lens cap off ana- 

go to TV. You may have to turn the horizontal 
adjust on your monitor a little bit. You usually do 

OH 02 08 h2 CMP Okay. 

0i* 02 08 1+6 CDR Okay, 3 minutes to undocking. 

Oh 02 08 1+9 CMP Roger. 

0U 02 08 51 CDR Do you vant to use the Hasselblad. 

0k 02 08 53 LMP John, vhat have you got for an AOS , coming around 

the horn? About 23? John, wheat do you have- for 
AOS, about 23? 

0k 02 09 11 CMP Say again. 

Ok 02 09 12 LMP What do you have for AOS, about 98:23? 

0!+ 02 09 1.8 CMP Yes, he said he'd pick us up at 98:25. 

Ok 02 09 26 CDR Okay, 2 minutes, coming around to undocking. 

02:30, pardon me. 

0k 02 09 32 IMP That sun is treacherous. Could you push way down 

and snap in, Tom? 

01+ 02 09 56 CDR There. Well, maybe T vann't pushing hard enough. 

Ok 02 10 05 CDR Okay, when we undock ... I'm goinr to yaw right 

120 and pitch up 90. Are you going to make any 
maneuvers' at all after undock until I get around? 

0U 02 10 13 CMP . Roger, now that's going to be different for you. 

I can see you're in a different attitude than you 
used to be. 

Ok 02 10 20 CDR I still need to yaw right 120, don't I? I've got 

to let them match up with your X-axis. 

0k 02 10 ?9 CMP Yes, you've - you've - I don't know ; I don't think 

it's - it's not 120. I'll tell you what. Is that 
what you want to do? Match up with my X-axis and 
then pitch up? 



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0^ 02 10 1+0 


CUR 


I need to match up with your X-axis and then pitch 
up to my Z. 


Oh 02 10 h2 


CMP 


Roger. Why don't you let me maneuver to 0, 0, 0 
and then tell you. 


Oh 02 10 1(8 


CDR 


Okay. I thought ve weren't . osed to maneuver. 


Ok 02 10 51 


CMP 


Not until after we undock , is what I'm saying. 


Oh 02 10 55 


CDR 


Okay. We've got 1 minute to go, babe. 


Oi) 02 11 01 


CMP 


Roger. ... coming in. 


Oh 02 11 05 


CDR 


Roger. 


Oh 02 11 16 


CDR 


We'll go out for about ho seconds and then kill our 
rates - our opening rates , okay? 


Ok 02 11 21 


CMP 


Okay . 


OU 02 11 30 


CDR 


30 seconds, John. 


Oh 02 11 1+9 


CDR 


8, 7, 6, 5, h, 3, 2, 1 - 


Ol* 02 11 57 


CDR 


Go. 


Oh 02 11 58 


CDR 


Now that wasn't had, just a little more DFXTA-V. 
We opened quite a "bit. It's faster than the 
simulator, babe. Halt. I'm thru -ting up to kill 
it. 


04 02 12 25 


CDR 


We're -still opening. 


Oh 02 12 31 


LMP 


Read us , John? 


Oil 02 12 33 


CDR 


Do you read us? Oh, shoe. 


.Ok 02 1? 38 


CMP 


I read you. 


Oil 02 12 39 


LMP 


Great. / 


Ok 02 12 1)0 


CDR 


Okay, now you want me to yaw right? Go ahead and 
start this - 


Ol» 02 12 50 


CMP 


It already is extended all the way. 


Ok 02 12 53 


CDR 


Okay. I'm starting to yaw right, babe. 



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^COHH&EUJIAL 



Ok 02 13 00 CMP Yaw ... roll to 180 myself. 

Oil 02 13 06 LMP Get the Hasselblad, Tom; I'll catch him when we 

come around. 

Ok 02 13 08 CDH Okay, I've already got the thing out of it. 

Oh 02 13 27 CDK We're in a completely different attitude from 

where we were. Completely different! I know what 
you mean about a completely different attitude. 
John, we're opening a little bit; can you thrust 
towards me? 

Oh 02 lh 00 CDR Oh, shit, look at that. 

Oh 02 lh 09 CDR Is that going to be your SEP attitude, John? 

Oh 02 lh 13 CMP Negative. 

Oh 02 lh IT CDK Okay, I'm going to have to roll around here and 

try to keep out of gimbal lock to. stay with you. 

0U 02 lh 2h CMP Okay, I'm going to my SEP attitude now. 

0k 02 lh 27 CDR What is it going to be? 

OH 02 lU 28 CMP 0ll4. 

Oh 02 lh 30 CDR I can't tell what - anything like that over here. 

Oh 02 l'l 3h CMP Okay, it's just the same one that we had in the 

simulator. 

Oh 02 lh 37 CDR Are you going to it now? 

Oh 02 lh 38 CMP ... do it . 

0l* 02 lh hh CDR This is wild, Gene-o. We've never seen anything 

like this before. 

0l) 02 lh 52 CMP Pitch up. I'm drifting out your front window. 

Oh 02 15 31 CDR Yes, I know, about the attitude we're going to be 



oh 


02 


16 


00 


LMP 


oh 


02 


16 


01 


CDR 


Oh 


02 


16 


02 


LMP 


Oh 


02 


16 


11 


CDR 


Oh 


02 


16 


15 


LI-IP 


oh 


02 


16 


16 


CMP 


oh 


02 


16 


22 


CDR 


oh 


02 


16 


26 


LMP 


Oh 


02 


16 


27 


CDR 


oh 


02 


16 


35 


CDR 


Oh 


02 


16 


1*0 


CMP 



Got him out there? 
Yes. 

Oh , beautiful. I can't sec him fronj here, but if 
I can't - 

I'm trying to match you, John. Should I be upside 
down to you, babe? 

No, this is good. 

Yes, you should be, but that's alright. 

Okay, can you close with your plus X, and we'll 
look at that probe. 

Don't tell me this damned thing isn't working again- 
God damn it! 

You can take off your helmets and gloves. 
Are you in your SEP attitude yet, babe? 
Just about. 




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Tape 10-03601 f 

Oil 02 16 50 CDR You need to translate a litCfe^laterally for me. 

Oh 02 IT 00 CMP Okay, I'm coming - coming forward. 

0k 02 17 07 CDR Okay. Did you get it? 

(* 02 17 12 LMP They say f:8 ( but he's awful bright =ut there. 

01' 02 17 13 CDR Yes. 

0^ 02 17 2k CDR You're out a little bit too far. I'll try to 

thrust in a little bit, but I - it -■■jally off- 
sets me in pitch, as you can see. Can you 
■ thrust toward me? 

Ok 02 17 35 CMP Roger, I'm thrusting towards you. 

0U 02 17 39 CDR Man, that fuel is going down like mad, too. 

0k 02 17 59 CDR I'll take care of the up and down, John. 

01* 02 18 21 IMP Take some at f:8 and f - oh , you' re putting 

that up there. Taking you, John, babe, you rc 
a weird-looking mac:. 

0k 02 18 1*1* CDR (Cough) 

0k 02 19 01 CDR How's the landing gear look, Jose, down and 

lock. (Cough) 

0k 02 19 06 CMP Yes. 

0k 02 19 07 LMP I'm going to take my helmet and gloves off, Tom. 

Oh 02 19 11 CDR Yes. We're going to take our helmets and glovec off. 

0l* 02 19 Ik CMP Roger. 

0k 02 19 16 CDR I'm drifting out laterally to you. Can you make 

one little thrust correction? Everytime I do 
that it really costs me. 

0>* 02 19 23 CMP Okay, I'll get to you. 

0k 02 19 26 CDR Okay. I'll take care of the up and down. That's 

real easy. (Cough) 



Oil 0? 19 58 LHP Tom, reset your 

Oh 02 20 11 LMP John, you're the first vehicle photographed by 

another around the moon. How does that grab you' 

O'l 02 20 16 CMP That grabs me good. 

Oh 02 20 h9 CDR Can you come in a little ways here Just slowly. 

04 02 20 52 CMP Okay. 

O'l 02 21 lk CDR Gene-o, something is wrong with our alignment. 

We're going - 

Oh 02 21 23 LMP It's ORB rate, Tom. 

Oh 02 21 2h CDR Yes. Okay, right now we're going - right now 

I'm going BEF, right? You're going SEF, right? 

O'l 02 21 hh CDR Yes, but we're not upside down. 

Oh .2 22 05 LMP Tom, that will be BEF... 

Oh 02 22 06 CDR Yes, but we're - that shows we're upside down. 

Oh 02 22 10 LMP I know, hut that's wrong. ORB rate needle 

100 - 

Ok 02 22 20 CMP 

0*4 02 22 23 LMP Okay, babe. 

Ok 02 22 2h Cm That's good. 

Oh 02 22 25 LMP That's great! That's better, we're facing up 

in the air, that's BEF. 

Oh 02 22 30 CDR Yes. There we go. 

Ok 02 22 33 LMP That's BEF. 

OU 02 22 3h CDR There we go. I believe that. 

Oh 02 22 58 LMP Okay t ... 1 

Oh 02 23 13 CMP , Okay. 



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Oil 02 23 27 LMP It would be good if John coulJ get a picture of 

us against the lunar surface right like this, 
you know it? 

0U 02 23 30 CDR Yes. 

Oh 02 23 31 CMP Okay, I'm at th- SEP attitude, Tom. 

Oh 02 23 33 CDR You're now at the SEP attitude, huh? 

qI^ 02 23 36 CMP Now, I'm in SEP attitude. I can't see you. 

Oh 02 23 kO CDR I'm going to translate up. You need to trans- 

late left a little bit. 

0U 02 23 hG CMP You mean right, don't you? 

Oh 02 23 U8. CDR Okay, it will be to your - right. 

Oh 02 23 52 -CMP Okay, I can't see you and I don't know whether 

I am even closing on you or not. 

Oh 02 2h 02 CMP Now I've got you. 

Oh 02 2h 27 CDR I'll take care of the up and down. 

Oh 02 2h 30 CMP Okay, I'll get rid of - I'll get the left and 

right, then. 

Oh 02 2h 33 CDR Okay. 

Oh 02 2h 3I4 CMP It's calmed down a lot, babe. 

Oh 02 2h 36 CDR Good. 

0't 02 2h 38 LMP Can you take a picture of it? 

0U 02 2h hh CMP Yes, if I could' see it, I could. 

Oh 02 2h y> CDR That's good. 

0l4 02 25 31 CDR Nov we're getting in pretty good shape, babe. 

You really make a beautiful background against 
the moon down there, John. 

0!t 02 25 1*1 LMP I'll tell you, John, ther,e pictures of you 

against that moon ought to be fantastic. 



jLUN.i.Mi^Eite 



OU 02 25 b& LMP We got some ice on our - on our urine du-.p area 

over there - under your head. 

Oh 02 26 06 CDR If you get a chance, I think we're pretty well 

stabilized now, you can go ahead and flip on the 
TV and take off the cover. 

Oh 02 26 lh CMP Roger. 

Oh 02 26 16 LMP We ought to have a MGFN about now. 

Oh 02 26 26 CDR There goes your antenna. 

Oh 02 26 27 LMP Your antenna is going to REACQ, babe. 

Oh 02 26 1*0 CMP Okay, Houston, Charlie Brown on the high gain. 

How do you read? Over. 

Oh 02 26 58 CDR Houston - 

Oh 02 27 00 CMP Houston, Charlie Brown on the high gain. How do 

you read? Over. 

Oh 02 27 Oh LMP Yes, we got him right away, Tom. 

Oh 02 27 10 CC Hello, Snoop, how you doing? 

Oh 02 27 lh LMP Snoop on high gain. How are you reading us? 

Oh 02 27 19 CC 5 by. How me? 

Oh 02 27 21 LMP Reading you loud and clear. We're about 30 or 

1+0 feet away from him; been stationkeeping for 
about 5 or 10 minutes here. 

Oh 02 27 31 CC Roger. Could you give us POO in data. We've 

got a load for you. Are you ready to copy the 
pad? 

0't 02 27 37 LMP I sure am. Let me give you POO in data. 

Oh 02 27 U 8 . LMP Ready to copy. 

OU 0? 27 52 CC .Roeer, Gene-o. It's D0I - first pad. And 

we've got three pads for you, starting with 
D0I. I'll read them all ■■ gc through all of 
them and then you can read the:?, bac-k , okay? 



Oh 02 28 02 LMP 
OU 02 28 03 CC 



OU 02 28 2h CMP 

Ok 02 28 25 CC 

Ol> 02 29 37 LMP 

OU 02 29 1^0 CMP 

01+.02 29 1*6 CC 

OU 02 29 5? IMP 

OH 02 30 OT CC 

Oh 02 30 12 LMP 

Oil 02 30 18 CC 

Olt 02 31 17 LMP 

OU 02 31 18 CC 

Oh 02 31 21 CDR 

Oh 02 31 22 CC 

Oil 02 31 hi LMP 



Okay, go ahead. 

DOI: 099:1*6:0089, ziinus; 00(59.9, P lus alJ "balls, 
minus 0013.8; DELTA-V R 0071 . 3 , 0:27, three balls , 
275, minus 0069.8, pint; all balls;, minus OOl'i.H; 
COAS star is Scorpi Delta, minus 023, mim;.-, l'i6. 
CSI time 103: ! *5:3 1 *; TP1 time - - 

Okay, Gene-o, are you reading anything he says? 

105:21:01, with an N equal to 1, Phasing 

pad is next, if you're ready to copy. Over. 

I'm ready to copy. Go ahead with phasing. 

Okay, Houston, here's a picture of the LM if you 
vant to take a look at it on TV. 

00 56 25 20 - 10 - Go ahead. 

Hey, John's not reading you. While I'm copying 
this he said he's got a picture of the LM if you 
want to look at it on TV. 

We have it, Gene-o. We're ready to continue 
with NOUN 81 if you're ready. 

Ready to copy. Go ahead. 

Plus 01666, plus all balls, minus 0059'i OI769, 
0l*0, three balls 255- NOUN 86 is plus 01.675, 
plus all balls, minus OO568. COAS star is Libra 
Alpha; that's Libra Alpha, plus OO'i, minus: 119- 
Okay - 

A0T breaker in, Tom? 

Your 100-degrce east time is 

A0T breaker is in. 

33:31. Your phasing DELTA is minus 5 sec- 
onds, 05 seconds. Site 2 time is 10:30. Over. 

Okay, Charlie, I got everything except DELTA. -V x 
on NOUM 81. 



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Tape 10-03601 

Ok 02 31 55 CC Roger, DELTA-V^ on NOUN 8l is plus 0.1.666. And 

I've got a PDI abort pad if you'll Just stand 
by . Over . 

0I4 02 32 06 LMP I'm waiting for you. 

Ok 02 32 10 CC Roger. Let me- try to raise Charlie Brown. 

Charlie Brown, Houston. Over. 

0k 02 32 16 CMP Roger, go ahead. Go ahead, Houston. 

Oh 02 32 2h CC Charlie Brown, Houston. Over. 

Oh 02 32 26 CMP Go ahead, Houston. Over. 

0*1 02 32 23 CDR This is Snoop, he's reading you loud and clear. 

Oh 02 32 35 CC Roger. He's copying the pad then; we're not 

reading him at all, Snoop, and I'm ready with 
a PDI abort pad if you're ready to copy. Over. 

Oh 02 32 1*3 LMP Okay, PDI abort, go ahead. 

Oh 02 32 1*8 CC 100:l<3: l i55O, plus 00931, plus all balls, plus 

three balls 1.1, 00931. Burn time is 022, 
three balls, 283, plus 00931, plus 00000, plus 
three balls 22. NA on the rest of the pad. 
Thrust profile Is 1'5 seconds at 10 percent and 
in manually throttled to full thrust until 
completion. CSI time, 101 ... 

01+ 02 3h 16 LMP Okay, Charlie, here they - Thank you, here they 

come at you. DOI is 099:^6:0089, minus 00699, 
plus all balls, minus 00138, 00713, 027, three 
balls, 275- NOUN 86 is minus OO698, plus all 
balls, minus OOlM , Seorpi Delta, minus 023 and 
minus 1^6. Phasing is 100:58:2520. Are you with 
me? 

01* 02 35 00 CDR Go 

0't 02 35 01 • LMP Okay, I'll back up and I'll give you CSI time 

and TPI for DOI . CSI is 103 -M:3h. TPI is 
105:21:01 with an N equal 1. Phasing is 
100:58:2520, plus 01666, plus all balls, minus 
00591*, 01769, 0i+0, 000255, plus 01075, P ]us all 
balls, minus OO568. Libra Alpha is the star; 



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it's plus OOU and minus 119 . And 100 degree: 
east is 33 plus 31. Phasing DELTA is minus 
5 seconds. Site 2 is 10 plus 30. Are you v. 



Oh 02 35 55 CC 

Oh 02 36 00 LMP Okay, PDI abort is 100:1*3:^550, plus 00931, plus 

all balls, plus 00011, 00931, 022, 000283, plus 
00931, plus all balls, plus 00022. The star's 
NA. It's 15 seconds at 10 percent and then 
manual to full thrust. PDI is 101:1+1* : 25- TPI 
is 103:22:25 with an K equal 1. 

0l+ 02 36 35 CMP Houston, this is Charlie Brown - - 

Oh 02 3d 36 CC Thank you, Snoop. Over. 

Oh 02 36 hO CMP Houston, this is Charlie Brown. Over. 

Oh 02 36 h6 Cm Houston, this is Snoop. Charlie Brown is trying 

to call you. 

0U 02 36 50 CMP You guys give me the DELTA-V's and times for the 

0l+ 02 36 5I; CC Roger, Snoop. We don't read him. Charlie Brown, 

verify your S-BAIJD switch is in T/R. Over. 

Oh 02 37 00 LMP John, is your S-BAND in T/R, and I'll give 

you anything you need; just ask. Go ahead. 

Oh 02 37 O'l CMP DELTA-V's and the timer, for D0I and phasing. 

0U 02 37 09 CDR DELTA-V's and times. 

Oh 02 37 10 LMP Okay, the time of D0I, Charlie Brown, is 

099:^6:0089, minus 00699, plus all zeros, minus 
00138, that's NOUN 8l for DDI . 

Oh 02 37 36 CMP Roger. 

(A 02 37 37 LMP Okay, phasing is 100 :5B: 2520. NOUN 8l is plus 

01666, plus all balls, and minus 0059'i. 



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And verify your T/R switch is in S-BAND T/R, 
J ohn . 

Roger, I'm in S-BAND T/R . 
Okay. 

I hear them loud and clear. 

Snoopy, Houston. I'm breaking in. It 1 s a 
ground problem with the C - with the CGM. We're 
losing his - We got the downlink to Goldstone, 
but ve're not getting it here in the MCC. 

Shoot , I could have told him that . 

Okay. 

Well, I'll tell you, this COMM has got to be 
fixed within the next couple of hours, Charlie, 
so tell them to get with it! 



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Roger. 




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Everything else is going good here 




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How long to John's SEP maneuver? 




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It's at 1*7:16. Houston, this i.o Sr 
that 69-2 by 57-5 good? 


>oopy. I 


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Stand by. 




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Snoop, Houston, we aren't with you 
Say again. 


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I'm reading VERB 82 out of the DSKY , 69.9 - 
62.9 by 57.5- 


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Snoop, Houston. FIDO's checking. 


Stand by 


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The reason I asked ic I saw - - 




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GO on the apogee and perigee. 




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Okay. 





Day 5 _ Paee 91* ^CONFIDENTIAL. . 

Tape 10-03601 ' - ' - ■■—■--=■■> 

Oh 02 1*0 2h cm Looks like we're pretty steady out here on the 

stationkeeping, John, once we got squared away 
on our attitudes. 

Oh 02 hO 3h CMP Okay, Tom, I've got 6 minutes and 30 seconds 

to SEP. 6 minutes and 30. 

Oh 02 hO 39 CDR Okay. 

Oh 02 U0 50 CDR Give me a mark at 6. 

Oh 02 1*0 53 CC ... Houston. We got a beautiful picture out 

there of you. 

Oh 02 U0 57 CMP Roger. I'll mark in 6 minutes. 

Oh 02 hi 00 CDR Okay, we're counting down. 

Oh 02 hi Oh CMP No, that wasn't 6 minutes. 

Oil 02 111 08 CDR What was it, Jose? 

Oh 02 1*1.10 CMP Okay. I have 5 seconds to 6 minute.';. 

0k 02 lil 15 CDR Okay. 

Oh 02 1*1 17 CMP Okay, 6 minutes and counting down to SEP. 

O'l 02 1*1 21 CDR Okay. 

Oh 02 'll 27 CC Charlie Brown, Houston, reading you 5-by now. 

Over . 

Oil 02 Ul 30 CMP Roger, I've got 5 minutes and 35 seconds to 

SEP. 3H , 33, 32. 

0l* 02 1*1 39 CC We're right with you. 

Oh 02 1*1 1*1 LMP Hey, John, this is Snoopy, with that drift you 

saw, how do you expect our platform to be? How 
close to good alignment? 

0U 02 1+1 56 CC Roger. We expect very small torquing in all 

angles. Over. 

Oh 02 1*2 UU LMP Good to hear il, thank you. 



. CONFIDENTIAL XTjM 

Ok 02 k2 Ok CDR I hope we can get back on the nominal after 

that insulation kind of goofed us up, Charlie, 
"but everything is .looking good here. 

Oh 02 k2 13 LMP Time to get my AOT breaker in? 

0U 02 k2 15 CDR Yes. 

Ok 02 k2 l6 CC Snoopy, one question on the tracking light ... 

0U 02 k2 20 CDR Stand by. John, there's a tracking light for 

you. 

0k 02 k2 25 CMP Yes, please turn it off. 

0k 02 k2 28 CDR It works. 

0U 02 k2 33 CC Thank you, we saw it. 

Ok 02 1+2 k2 CDR Man, it's just beautiful. 

0k 02 k2 50 CDR John, why don't you toes on your tracking light 

for a minute? 

0k 02 1+3 01 CDR Oh, ion't tell me this film is Jammed again, 

(laughter) 

Ok 02 1+3 07 LMP What's wrong? 

0k 02 1+3 08 CDR Oh, this bastard. 

0l+ 02 1+3 11 LMP It should stay on about k times. Can you see 
it? 

0k 02 1+3 15 CDR We got it. 

0U 02 1+3 16 CMP I don't think you can see it. 

Oh 02 Ii3 19 CDR I saw one reflection here; we're okay. 

01+ 02 1(3 1+0 LM? AOT is dirty as hell, I'll tell you. 

0l+ 02 1+3 1+1+ CDR I can't get this going. We're going to have 

to wind film here. 

0!+ 02 1+3 1+9 LMP What are you going to do? T'd sure like to get 

him while he moves away. Where is he? 

0k 02 1+3 53 



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Oil 02 hh 16 CDR 

Ol' 02 kh 32 LMP 

OU 02 hh k2 CDR 

OH 02 Uh 1+3 LMP 

Oli 02 hh hh CDR 

Ol+ 02 kk »t 9 CDR 

OU 02 U U 5); CMP 

0>» 02 hh 57 LMP 

OU 02 1+5 00 CDR 

Oil 02 1*5 12 CC 

OU 02 1+5 16 CDR 

OU 02 1+5 2h LMP 

Ok 02 1+5 31 LMP 

Oh 02 1+5 Hi CDR 

0l+ 02 1+5 H7 LMP 

OU 02 1+6 06 CMP 

Oh 02 1+6 09 LMP 

Ol+ 02 1+6 15 CDR 



Boy, that - Hasselblad! 

That thing failed three or four times already. 
Failed to work; let me put it that way. Does 
it work yet? 

No. 

Let me play with the son of a bitch. 
Go ahea-. Got 2 minutes. 

John, looks like about 02:30 coining up to SEP, 
babe. 

Roger. . . . 

God-danged thing has failed about four times! 

See if you can pass on to our support di- 
vision, that this Hasselblad film pack has 
failed about three or four times on us. 
We're getting some pictures, though. 

We copy. 

The basic camera is good; it's just the 
packing of the film in the magazine. 

Where' d the slide go; I'll take it off. 

Sun of a bitch! That's inexcusable. Get 

out here a million miles from nowhere, and the 

god-dang film packs won't work. 

Suppose John's taking - there it is. 

No : that's - God-dang it, Tom, I can't get 
the damned thing to work! 

Okay, Houston, coming up on 2 minutes - 

I can't get the son of a bit;-h to work. God - 

Is this black and white? Try the black and 
white. 



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Oil 02 1(6 25 LMP 

Oh 02 1+6 28 CMP 

oi+ 02 u 6 31+ cm 

Oh 02 1+6 37 LMP 

Ok 02 1+6 hO CDR 

OU 02 h6 hh LMP 

0*+ 02 hf 06 LMP 

01+ 02 UT 08 CDR 

OU 02 U7 10 LMP 

Oh 02 1+7 15 CDR 

01+ 02 1+7 17 CMP 

Oh 02 1+7 23 CDR 

O'i 02 1+7 28 CMP 

Oil 02 UT 1*5 CC 
OU 02 1+7 1+9 CDR 

OU 02 1+7 59 CMP 
O'l 02 1+8 07 LMP 
Oh 02 1+8 10 CMP 
01+ 02 1+8 11 LMP 



Give me the black and white. Give me the "black 
and white . 

You'll never know how big this thing gets when 
there ain't nobody in here but one guy. 

(Laughter ) 

You'll never know how small it looks, when 
you're as far away as we arc. 

(Laughter) 

Take him with that. It's not set right. Check 
the setting, Tom. I didn't set it. 

Here's another black and white right here, in 
case that one doesn't work. 

This one is working good now. 

I don't know what the hell is wrong with that 
damned thing. 

We got them. 

... SEP NATION! 

Okay, we can see your thrusters firing there, 
John, and you're moving away. 

Okay. Got a 5.3 on the DSKY and 5.0 on MS and 
I'm - on zero on the EMS. I'd be inclined to 
believe EMS today. 

Roger, Charlie Brown. 

Okay, Jose, say adios , and we'll see you back in 
about 6 hours . 

Roger. 

See you, John. 
Roger. 

Have a good time while we're gone, babe. 



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0*+ 02 US Ik CDR Don't get lonesome: out there, John, 

0U 02 U8 18 LMP And don't accept any TET updates. 

0U 02 1*8 19 CDR (Laughter) 

Ok 02 1+8 25 CMP Don't you worry, Gene. Until you get back, I ain't ■ 

I ain't copying any more pads. 

Oh 02 1*8 29 CDR (Laughter) 

Ok 02 1*8 kk CMP Houston, this is Charlie Brown. Over. 

Ok 02 1*8 1+5 LMP Get some good black and whites of that. 

Ok 02 U8 1+7 CDR Yes. 

Ok 02 1+8 U8 CC Go ahead, Charlie Brown. 

6k 02 1*8 51 CMP Roger. While we were - - 

OU 02 1*8 52 CDR You got the camera? 

Ok 02 U8 53 CMP waiting to come over the hill, we checked 

out VHF and we're right now on VhT AM A and 
RECEIVE ONLY B data. 

Ok 02 1*9 03 CDR You seen the Hanselblad. Shit! 

Ok 02 1+9 08 CC Beautiful. Sounds good. 

0l+ 02 1+9 10 CDR Do you have the Hasselblad? 

Ok 02 1*9 11 LMP Ho, babe, you were just taking pictures with it. 

OU 02 1*9 15 CMP And, don't ask me to tell you what the dickens 

the trouble was. 

OU 02 1*9 21 LMP Houston, one other interesting little fact. I 

could never get rr.y AGS local vertical angle and 
VERB 83 to agree until after we undocked. 

O't 02 1+9 3l+ CC Roger. We copy that, Snoop, and so long. 

01* 02 1+9 U 3 L'-'.P Charlie, keep giving me about 3- or 5-minutc 

hack before LOS all the tira.-. to^ay , vi^ you. 
Because this S-band'r, working so vol] T don't 
want to break it. 



j S Q.Hr i PrHTlAt 



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' 60HFID EUI1AL. 

. , . will do. Ovor . 

Okay there, Snoopy babe, let. ' s check out. Lhic 
duplex ranging, okay? 

Okay, I'll go to duplex ranging on your mark, 
and we will "be quiet and wait for your call. 

Roger. We're going to duplex ranging on my 
mark. 

MARK. 

Oka,/, Tom, let's - 

There he is right over the - right over - 
Make sure you're not talking. 
Yes. 

- - I'll give you - I'm going to range in 
RESET right now. 

RENDEZVOUS RADAR IN? 

How about that? 

Got it, John? 

... 1*1*0 feet, 5^0. 

Okay, babe, do you hear me right now? I just 
want to check out whether we're hot on ICS. 
Do you hear me? 

Roger. I hear you. 

Okay, we are hot on ICS in this mode; so how's 
the background noise? 

I don't hear any background noise, just you. 
Okay, well, we may just operate tin's way then. 

radar transponder, and we'll correlate the VHF 
ranging with it. 



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Tape 10-03601 

Oh 02 51 51 CMP Roger. My transponder is on. Transponder is 

on and TEST switch is in OPERATE . 

Oh 02 52 02 CDR I shouLd be getting a radar signal here, and I 

sure don ' t . 

Oh 02 52 11 LMP You are in that stowed, position? 

Oh 02 52 15 CDR Yes, I know. I pulled it up. 

Oh 02 52 2h LMP Houston , how soon vill you have our new up] ink 

on the CSM state vector up? 

Oh 02 52 33 CC Stand by. We'll have it in a moment. 

Oh 02 52 36 CDR 

0U 02 53 10 CDR Man, this is serious. 

Oh 02 53 11- CC Snoopy, Houston. We're ready to load ... Over. 

Oh 02 53 l8 LMP We're in data. You've got it. 

Oh 02 53 25 CDR It's going to he upside down, but - 

O'l 02 53 36 LMP We should be countinc down to - to DOI , Ton. 

Oh 02 53 hi CDR John, have you got any signal strength on your 

transponder there"" I've got your locked bore- 
sight on, and I don't get any rendezvous radar 
signal strength. 

Oh 02 53 ] i9 CMP Okay. Am J below you or above you? 

0*4 02 53 52 CDR No, you're right at me . Okay. Pitch up maybe a 

little bit. 

Oh 02 53 56 CMP Roger. 

Oh 02 5I+ 00 LMP You get those breakers IN, huh? 

0l» 02 5I1 01 CDR Yes, AC RENDEZVOUS RADAR. 

Oh 02 5't 03 LMP Put that AOT LAMP breaker IN for me, will you? 

Ch 02 r jh 05 LMP Now, right here. 



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Oh 02 5h 06 CDR Where? 

Oh 02 5H 07 LMP What you 

0l+ 02 5*4 08 CDR Oh. I got two of them. Either one of them docs 

it. 

Oil 02 5I4 09 LMP Oh, okay. 

Oh 02 5I4 13 CDR Pitch up a little more now. I still - okay, I'm 

looking right at - I'm boresighted on your trans- 
ponder, and I don't get any AGC strength. 

Oh 02 5 li 21 CMP Okay, Tom, I cheeked it out this morning, and 

AGC was good. 

Oh 02 28 LMP Look at the needles, babe. 

Oh 02 5I4 31 CMP I got 2.6 volts on SYSTEMS switch - SYSTEMS 

TEST 1-A; SYSTEM TEST B, I got 2.1 volts. 
Okay? And on C , I got 0 . U volt and 1 guess 
that was unlocked. 

Oh 02 5h 51 LMP Oh, come on radar. Work, baby. 

Oil 02 c jh 56 CDR Houston, if you have us on telemetry, T can't 

get the AGC signal here and we're only about 
1000 feet away. 

0l+ 02 55 08 CC Roger, Snoop. We've been copying your problems. 

We're working them down here, and we've got your 
load in. The computer is yours again. Stand 
by on the radar. 

Oil 02 55 35 CDR TRANSMITTER POWER, SHAFT ERROR, TRUNNION ERROR . 

... What's that? Real good AUTO TRACK. 

0k 02 55 I43 LMP We got - we're just bouncing around there, babe. 

O 1 ! 02 55 53 LMP Come on, baby, lock on! 

Oil 02 55 55 . CDR Nothing. 

Oh 02 56 01 LMP Are the breakers in over there? 

Oil 02 56 02 CDR Yes, I got AC POLL - - 

0'i 02 56 03 LMP It passed the radar self-test. 

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OU 02 56 26 CC 

01+ 02 56 30 CDR 

02 56 i|0 CC 

0U 02 56 CMF 

02 56 52 CDR 

0U 02 56 55 CMP 

Ol* 02 56 56 CDR 

0U 02 57 01 LMP 

OU 02 57 05 CDR 

Oil 02 57 11 CDR 

0^ 02 57 18 CC 

Oh 02 57 28 CMP 

O!* 02 57 3!+ CC 

on 02 57 36 cmp 

on 02 57 38 CDR 

on 02 57 39 cmp 



Houston, we had a real good radar self test. 
Everything worked. I'm getting transmitting 
power that's reading 3.2. We get the shaft 
error, the trunnion error on the AGC ; I've got 
the needles boresighted and centered, but I ge 
no AGC. 

Roger, we copy. Your PGNS needles are moving? 

I can SLEW UP and DOWN in HIGH RATE and LOW 
RATE, everything. I've got him boresighted 
there. 

Stand by. 

Houston, I'll run through the self test again, 
if you think that will help any, from this end 

Go down and look at it again; you might give i 
another try, John. 

Okay . 

Because this is a N0-G0 for 1)01. 
Oh , come on , baby ; doggone it ! 

You're boresighted right there, and the needier 
are centered, and nothing! 

My AC RENDEZVOUS RADAR BUS A breaker is IN, 
and my PGNS RENDEZVOUS RADAR is IN. 

Break, brt-'ik, Snoop, this is - correction - 
Charlie Brown, this is Houston. ... in a TRANS 
PONDER position on the SYSTEMS TEST before you 
get the proper readouts. Over. 

Roger, I'm in that THANSPOWDEH position. 

Okay . 

Okay. I'm reading - - 
What happened? 
Test A is - - 



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Tape 10-03601 

Wliat did you do? 

- - reading zero, right now. 



Okay. I didn't get a fire then. 

Test B is reading zero. It's also reading z<y. 
but it was working alright a few minutes ago. 

Roger. 

When I did the original self test. 
Roger. Stand by . 
... on it , babe . 

Sounds like his TRANSPONDER may be OUT. 
It sure does. 

Yes. This thing is reading zero. Let me che< 
the circuit breakers. 

Okay. RENDEZVOUS TRANSPONDER BUS circuit 
breaker r s IN. 

Roger. How about trying to recycle the power 
switch, Charlie Brown. 



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God-darn it, Tom. That's - 


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Hey, that d\i it, you guys, it' a &n! 


Oh 


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And I got signal strength, old buddy! 


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- - babe, that's great! 


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■ Well, what do you know about that! 


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I got 3.? on my AG 


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We've got so much AGC , T don't know w 
with it. 



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59 


28 


CDR 


( Laughter ) 




02 


59 


29 


LMP 


John, I could kiss you! 


014 


02 


59 


33 


CMP 


It war, Charlie's idea to recycle the switc 
That would never have occurred to me. 








38 


CDR 


Okay. We're locked on pretty good - - 


OU 










It was Ed ' s idea that - 


oU 






U8 




second. 




02 


59 


51 


CC 


... we're ready to go vith your load. If ; 
give us - if you'll give us POO and ACCEPT 






59 


57 




Okay . Okay * 


oh 


03 


00 


17 ■ 




Let's do this. 


oh 












Oh 


03 


00 


22 


LMP 


VKRB 63. 


Ok 


03 


00 


25 


CDh 


Okay. 


Oh 


03 


00 


27 


CMP 


... verify those things right there. 


oh 


03 


00 


28 


CDR 


Yes. Beautiful. 


Oh 


03 


00 


30 


LMP 


Oh, boy, I tell you - How's thin look, Tom 
saying he's opening at what, ! i.3'' 


oh 


03 


00 


in 


CDR 


Yes. 


oh 


03 


00 


h3 


LMP 


And he's a half mile. 


oh 


03 


00 


hG 


CDR 


... Oh ! 


oh 


03 


00 


1*8 


CMP 


. . . got f or range? 




Tape 10-03601 

Oil 03 00 50 CDR Roger. We've got 2500 feet. We're going to 

get you some raw data here, John. And, my 
optical boresight is absolutely fantastic. It's 
right with the needles . 

0k 03 01 00 CMP It's got 0.37 miles. This is going to be very 

interesting. It keeps jumping. 

Oh 03 01 10 LMP This thing takes a long time, Tom. 

Oh 03 01 13 CDR Yes. 

Oh 03 01 22 CDR You need to go to LGC? Wo, you can't until you 

get VERB - 

O'l 03 01 26 CMP O.h miles. 

Oh 03 01 28 CDR That looks real good on my tape, here. 

0l» 03 01. 37 LMP Okay, go ahead. 

Oh 03 01 Ul CMP Houston, Charlie Brown. The reason I believed 

the EMS over the CMC was I had 0.3 foot per 
second of PIPA bias before I started the man- 
euver. Over. Here comes the lunar sunset. 

0U 03 01 57 CDR Okay, John. We're out here in earth shine. 

Oh 03 01 59 CC ... we copy. Over. 

Oh 03 02 00 CDR How about turning on your flashing light, Jose. 

Well, you got a nice - looks like the old Gemini- 
Agena, would you believe? 

0l+ 03 02 09 LMP Have you got our light , John? 

0)+ 03 02' 13 CMP Roger. 

0l| 03 02 ill IMP We are reading Q.h6 miles at 3 feet per second. 

Oh 03 02 22 LMP And the AGS is right with us. 

Oil 03 02 36 LMP John, whenever you're satisfied with the ranging, 

I'd like to go ahead and start in on a P52 here. 

Oh 03 0? !|3 CMP Oh, Roger. You can go start on a P52. I saw 

your tracking light there briefly, but I haven't 



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Tape 10-03601 

Ok 03 02 50 IMP I J^t turned it on. It's still on. Let me turn 
the docking light on. 

Oh 03 03 01 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. CMC is yours. 

Oh 03 03 Oh CMP Roger. Thank you. 

0U 03 03 08 CDR John, do you sec the tracking light now? It's on. 

01+ 03 03 11 CMP Can y° u see it; flashing? 

Oh 03 03 12 CDR No. 

Oh 03 03 13 IiMP No. 

Oh 03 03 2h CDR Oh, shit. Okay. You want to - 

OU 03 03 33 IMP Okay, John. I'm ready when you arc to go to VHP A 
SIMPLEX and DATA. 

Oh 03 03 h2 CMP Okay. On your mark, SIMPLEX and DATA. 

Oh 03 03 LMP And I'll wait for you to give us a cU. 

Oh 03 03 1+9 CMP Okay, SIMPLEX , DATA. 

Oh 03 03 50 LMP Mark it. 

01* 03 03 58 CMP Snoopy, Charlie Brown. How do you read? 

OU 03 Oh 01 CDR You're loud and clear, John. 
Oh 03 Oh Oh LMP How us, John? 

Oh 03 0l+ 06 CMP You're the same. 

0 1+ 03 0!+ 0T LMP Okay. We're going to terminate our radar track 

here to go on a Vj2. 

Oh 03 Oh 26 IMP You had that sitting hack here, Tom, like - - 

01* 03 01+ 28 CDR Yes. 

Oh 03 Oh 29 LMP - - leaning into this thing. 

0^ 03 01+ 30 cdr ini to inc. 



Oh 03 0'< 32 Oh, I thought you vore. Okay, I'm sorry. You 

should be in LGC before ve do this. 

Oh 03 Oh 38 CDR I can slew it out of the way . . . - 

Oh 03 Oh hi LMP That's alright. Leave it there. See whether it 
does it. 

Oh 03 Oh 1+7 CDR Nothing's done. Huh uh. 

Oh 03 0!+ 50 LMP Okay. Plus 00000, ENTER. 

Oh 03 05 01 CDR There it goes. 

Oh 03 05 19 LI-IP Okay, pull your breaker.; „ Tom. 

0U 03 05 21 CDR Okay, RENDEZVOUS RADAR there Okay. 

0U 03 05 28 LMP Okay, AOT LAMP breakers, CLOSED'.' 

0U 03 0b 3.1 CDR Yes. Are we out of contact -with MSFN? 

0U 03 05 35 LKP No, we've still got them. They're going to call us 

before we lose them- 

Oh 03 05 37 CDR Okay. 

0U 03 05 1*7 CDR Charlie Brown, Snoop. You can go ahead and kill 

the tube anytime you wont to, and put the cover 
over it. 

Oh 03 05 52 CMP Say again. Over. 

Oh 03 0'j 5lt CDR Roger. You can go ahead and kill the - TV and put 

the cover over the tube. 

0l* 03 05 59 CMP Have already. 

0l+ 03 06 0] CDR Roger. 

01+ 03 06 03 LMP What kind of deal is that? 

Oh 03 06 13 CDR Are you in the forward position? 

Oil 03 06 31+ LMP I'm in the forward position. 

Olt 03 06 15 CDR Okay, let's see what 



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Tape 10-03601 



ou 


03 06 


21 


IMP 


ou 


03 06 22 


CDR 


oi* 


03 06 


27 


IMP 


Ok 


03 06 


33 


CDR 


Ok 


03 06 51 


IMP 




03 06 


52 




Ok 


03 07 


00 


IMP 


OU 


03 OT 


Ok 


CDR 


Oil 


03 07 


05 


IMP 


ok 


03 07 


10 


CMP 


ok 


03 07 


15 


IMP 


ok 


03 07 


17 


CMP 


ok 


03 07 


19 


CDR 



How's it look to you? 

... 190 degrees roll, kO - yaw to an AUTO maneuver. 



Okay, let's vatch it real close. Okay, go. 'Flash- 
ing 50 . . . shows a 190 roll, which is good. Pitch 
is kl. It's goinr; to take you around quite a ways 
and - Do you want to do it? 

Go ahead. 

Okay,, ready. ... the DAP's all wet? Did you get 
the DAP set after undocking? 

Yes, I set it after - I set it after 

For 2-17 

I set it, yes, 21002. Check it. 

I follow your tracking light nov. Are you able to 
do a P52 with that light on? 

I think so, John; I'm going to try it. 

That's beautiful. Con you sec mine? 

Yes, John, you're absolutely great. 






03 


07 


23 


CDR 


Your maneuver - Yes, it's Hashing about every 
second. It's just beautiful. 


OU 


03 


OY 


27 


LMF 


Okay , let ' s maneuver . 


OU 


03 


07 


29 


CDR 


Okay, we're going to AUTO maneuver to acquire a 
star. 


Ok 


03 


07 


33 


LMP 


Keep looking out the window to help me find this 
mother. 


Oh 


03 


07 


38 


CDR 


Son of a bitch. I've got a picture. 


Oh 


03 


07 


1*1 


IMP 


This reticle is terrible; it's got a - it's not 
smooth. It goes from very bright to dim. 


Oh 


03 


07 


1(9 


CDR 


We ought to turn some of these lights down. 


Oh 


03 


OY 


51 


LMP 


I got you in the sextant, John, in my telescope. 
Right now, you're passing through it. 


Oh 


03 


07 


55 


CMP 


Roger. 


Oh 


03 


08 


02 


LMP 


I tell you, that's black out there, isn't it? 


Oh 


03 


08 


05 


CDR 


Here comes Scorpio. That's what you head in. 
Stand by. 


oh 


03 


08 


08 


CMP 


... color to describe that. 


oh 


03 


08 


09 


CDR 


Here it comes. Here it comes, babe; it's going 
tD stop us. Watch it. 


Oh 


03 


08 


23 


IMP 


I'm not night-adapted yet, that's my problem. 


Oh 


03 


08 


35 


LMP 


There it is, there it is. 


oh 


03 


08 


38 


CDR 


Stop! 


oh 


03 


08 


39 


LMP 


There it is - beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! 


oh 


03 


08 


h3 


CDR 


And there's the earth. 


oh 


03 


08 


hh 


LMP 


Give me PONS pulse., babe. 



Day 5 - Page 110 ' CDNFIDEMTIA^ 

Tape 10-03601 





03 


08 1)6 


CDR 


Okay, you are in ATTITUDE HOLD - 


- 


014 


03 


08 Ut 


Ltip 


Beautiful, good alignment. 




0^ 


03 


08 kg 


CDR 






014 


03 


08 52 


CMP 


Gene-o, go to OMTTT . Your high gi 




oi* 


C3 


08 57 


CDR 


Okay, tell mc how far it's off. 




01+ 


03 


09 13 


CMP 


I tell you, I've got a beautiful 


sight ... 


Olt 


03 


09 31 


CDR 


Is it locked out? 




ok 


03 


09 32 


IMP 


... breakers here. 




ok 


03 


09 37 


LMP 


Here it goes. 




ok 


03 


09 38 


CDR 


Okay . 




ok 


03 


09 39 


CMP 


Roger. They want the aft antenn 
babe. 


1 there, Snoc 


oh 


03 


09 kl 


IMP 




-nna breaker 


ok 


03 


09 k9 


CDR 


Do you want your - - ? 




ok 


03 


09 50 


LMP 


Oh, Tom, get a picture of that - 


the world. 


ok 


03 


09 52 


CDR 


I don't have any color! 




ok 


03 


09 5* 


LMP 


There's the -world. 




ok 


03 


09 56 


CDR 


We don't have any 'color. 




ok 


03 


09 59 


LMF 


John, we just caw the world and 


is it fantasi 


ok 


03 


10 02 


CDR 


You want ... 




ok 


03 


10 03 


CMP 


... I can see it myself. Hey, d 
want the aft antenna? 


id you hear 


ok 


03 


10 07 


IMP ■ 


I'll give it to then. 





^OWF TBENT I AL ' 



Oh 03 3 0 00 CMP Roger. 

Oh 03 10 10 CI)?. iou blew your breaker? 

Oh 03 10 1? LMP ... It's alright now though. I've put it back in. 

Olt 03 10 18 CDR ... fuel, baby. You want to ENTER to mark X and 

mark Y yet? Hey, how about telling me how far it's 
off. 

Oh 03 10 33 IMP Tom, it's drifting. Give me it so T can mark, 

quick. ENTER. PROCEED. 5>t ■ 

Ok 03 10 57 CDR Okay. Got one. Mark Y. 

Oh 03 11 27 CDR ... You got one pair. 

Oh 03 11 't'5 IMP X up next. 

Oh 03 11.1+6 CDR X. Okay. 

Oh 03 12 09 CDR That makes two ... Mark either one. 

Olt 03 12 20 CDR Okay, mark Y. 

0't 03 12 57 IMP --. is next, isn't it? 

0U 03 12 58 CDR Yes. 

Oh 03 13 15 CDR ... That makes three. Mark either r.e. 

Oh 03 13 2h CDR Okay. X is next. 

Oh 03 13 3h IMP ... better than in the simulator ... mark because, 

I'll tell you, they're right on it. 

Olt 03 lh 01 CDR Okay. That makes four pairs - four sets; mark 

one more on eaeh one. 

Oh 03 lit It 2 IMP Turn the outside lights off, Tom. 

Oh 03 lit It 3 CDR Okay. 

Oil 03 l>t 53- IMP COAS . . . Altitude ... Can you turn them down sons 

more? 



I 



Day 5 - Page 11? ^^^©NF IDEKTIAt* 

Tape 10-03601 \ 



Oh 


03 15 


01 


CDR 


What? Which ones? 




Oh 


03 15 


02 


LMP 


My side panel lights up there. 




Oh 


03 15 


09 


CDR 


Okay. Mark Y. 




Oh 


03 15 


hh 


CDR 


Okay, you got them. Proceed. 




oh 


03 15 


hi 


LMP 


How about Acrux? 




Oh 


03 15 


1+8 


CDR 


Okay. 




oh 


03 15 


h9 


LMP 






oh 


03 16 


00 


CDR 


Yes. 




oh 


03 16 


03 


LMP 


Acrux. 




Oh 


03 16 


'on 


CDR 


Now let's see what angle it wants. It 
us - What's that saying? 


may take 


Oh 


03 16 


06 


LMP 


212. 




Oh 


03 16 


07 


CDR 


212. Okay, we're okay; go. 




Oh 


03 16 


09 


IJ-TP 






Oh 








Looks alright. Proceed. 




Oh 


03 16 


26 


LMP 


Turn all the lights down a little hit, 
you? 


Tom, will 


Oh 


03 16 


28 


CDR 


I got them. Something's wrong here. ' 


Phis damn 


Oh 


03 16 


31 


LMP 


You've got your ... in probably. 




Oh 


03 16 


33 


CDR 


I don't have any of them on. 




Oh 


03 16 


35 


L?.!P 


All these integral lights. are what are 


killing ne. 


Oh 

Oh 


03 16 
03 16 


!il 
Itli 


CDR 
LMP 


There. That really goes "boom, boom," 


doesn't it' 



Tape 10-03601 



Oil 


03 


16 


h6 


CDR 


Can you tell me how far it's off, for evaluation 
of our platform align? How far is the other one 
off? 


oi* 


03 


16 


56 


LMP 


... done enough alignment to do the mission right 
now, Tom. I'd say ... degrees on ... 


oh 


03 


IT 


01 


CDR 


Which one? Proceed. 


ok 


03 


IT 


09 


LMP 


They are both the same. Let me get ... on that. 


ok 


03 


IT 


18 


LMP 


on ? 


Oh 


03 


IT 


21 


CDR 


I'm not sure. 


oh 


03 


IT 


22 


LMP 


I'm not sure either, hut ... get the AO'J ' , it isn' 
more than . . . 


Oh 


03 


IT 


2T 


CDR 




oh 


03 


IT 


29 


LMP 


. . . about . . . - - 


oh 


03 


IT 


31 


CDR 


10 star widths? 


oh 


03 


IT 


33 


LMP 


- which is practically as good as, you know, 
you can get an alignment on this ... 


Oh 


03 


IT 


59 


LMP 




oh 


03 


18 


35 


LMP 


Ready to mark . . . ? 


oh 


03 


18 


36 


CDR 


Yes. 


oh 


03 


18 


k6 


LMP 


. . . knew where Acrux was . 


oh 


03 


19 


2h 


CJR 


You mark yet? 


oh 


03 


19 


26 


LMP 


Ready to mark Y? 


oh 


03 


19 


31 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


03 


19 


32 


LMP 


... Y. 


\ oh 


03 


19 


h9 


LI-IP 


That antenna banging the stops blew the R-band, 



. breaker over hen 



it will do it. 



Day 5 - Page llh 
Tape 10-03601 



Oh 


03 20 


07 


IJ-IP 


Oh 


03 20 


09 


CDR 


Oh 


03 20 


13 


LMP 


OU 


03 20 16 


CDR 


OU 


03 20 IT 


IMP 


0^ 


03 20 


18 


CDR 


ou 


03 20 


39 


LMP 


oU 


03 20 


hi 




oit 


03 20 


hh 




oU 


03 20 


50 




Oh 


03 20 


51 




Oh 


03 20 


57 


CC 


Oh 


03 21 


09 


TJ-TP 


Oh 


03 21 


13 


CDR 


Oh 


03 21 


1U 


CMP 


Oh 


03 21 


32 


cmp 


Oh 


03 21 


35 


MP 


Oh 


03 21 36 


CDR 


Oh 


03 21 


57 


CC 


Oh 


03 22 


08 


CDR 


oh 


03 22 


09 


LI-!P 


oh 


03 22 


13 


CC 



"^CONFIDENTIAL 

Ready to mark Y? 
Go. 

Okay, ... I'm going to mark ... 
Go. 

Still ready to mark Y? 
Still ready to mark. 
There it is. 

Okay. Okay, right? 

... four right now. ... second. 

Okay. 

Houston, this is Charlie Brown. What time is 1,0 
Over . 

Two more stars to mark. ... That should be $h , 
there. 

Yes. 

Roger. Could you give me the LOG in GET? 

Roger. Thank yoa, Houston. 

Mark Y and we'll see what happens. 

Yes. 



Ready to mark Y? 



Tape .10-03^01 
Oh 03 22 15 CDR Okay, proceed. 

Oh 03 22 19 CDR That's good enough. 

Oh 03 22 20 IMP That's good, Tom. Those are good marks. Are you 

ready? 

Oh 03 22 2k CDR Okay. 00, four balls 9- Okay. Go; proceed 

Oh 03 22 29 CMP Roger. 

Ok 03 22 30 CDR Okay, minus 662, minus 1 - 

0l+ 03 22 36 CIIP Hey, Snoopy, how's your P52 going? 

01+ 03 22 39 LMP Just about done with it. Stand by 1. 

0U 03 22 k3 CDR Proceed; go. 

Oh 03 22 l>9 LMP Now j we want to doublecheck with ... make sure. 

0k 03 23 00 LMP And to save gas I'm going to call up - 

C 1 * 03 23 03 CDR Call up Acrux again. 

0k 03 23 0k LMP 

0U 03 23 15 CDR Okay. Okay. AUTO . Go ahead; we've got 22 minutes 

to DOI. That does it. 

Oh 03 23 35 LI-IP We are drifting in around in the deadband , but if 

you trim it up, it'll go right through center ... 

0k 03 23 *+3 CDR I got you. 

0k 03 23 kk LMP That's about h^.f ;<:.'in as close as ve came in 

"before. - ... but it's drifted down. Watch. 

Ok 03 23 1*7 CDR I got you- That's dami close. Boy, it's right in 



0U 03 23 52 LMP Yes, ... 

0I4 03 23 55 CMP Hey, Snoopy, this is Charlie Brown. Over. Is 

Gene-o keying his mike all the time? Somet .' ::.er. 
hear him, and sometimes I don't. Mnybe th^t fe. 
through problem is as bad as they thought. 



Day 5 - Page ll6 f~ CONFID ENTIAD 

Tape 10-03601 



Oh 


03 


2h 


03 


LMP 


No I, I'm not, I'm not. No. 


on 


03 


2h 


07 


LMP 


Okay, you can give ne integral lights tack. H 


oh 


03 


2h 


12 


CDR 


Let's get - - 


Oh 


03 


2h 


13 


CMP 


... problem isn't as bad as they thought. 


Oh 


03 


2h 


lh 


CDR 


Let's get the DOI attitude first and then c 

the landing radar check, babe. 


Oh 




2h 






Let's check P30 and P'tO. 


Oh 




2h 






AUTO BUS IiATtP breaker, OPEN? 


Oh 




2h 






Yes. 


Oh 




2h 


27 


LMP 


Okay. Okay, I've gone through P30 one time. 


Oh 




2h 


36 






Oh 




2h 








Oh 




2h 






Let's go maneuver to the at — What vas it? Vhc 
did they give for roll, pitch, and yaw angles? 


Oh 


03 


2h 


hh 


LMP 


Okay. Roll is 0 and - and pitch is 275- 


Oh 


03 


2h 


51 


CDR 


Roll is 0 and pitch is 275, huh? 


Oh 


03 


2h 


5U 


IMP 


Yes. 


Oh 


03 


25 


00 


LMP 


Look at that earth. 


Oh 


03 


25 


20 


CDR 




Oh 


03 


25 


22 


LMP 


What happened to this pressure? Fuel pressure 


Oh 


03 


25 


32 


CDR 


Shit! 


Oh 


03 


25 


33 


LMP 


Hello. Houston, Houston, this is Snoopy, over 


Oh 


03 


25 


h2 


CMP 


Houston, Snoop's calling you. 



'-CONHDENT1AL. 

Ol» 03 25 5 ! ' LMP Hey, John, ask them if they've "been monitoring 

our descent fue] pressure. Our gape went to 
zero somewhere during the P52. 

Ok 03 26 02 CMP Roger. Did you hear that, Houston? They say, 

have you been monitoring their descent fuel - 
you've been monitoring their descent stage fuel 
pressure. Their gage went to zero during the 
P52 burn. 

Ok 03 26 19 CDR P52. 

O'l 03 26 20 CMP The alignment. Okay. Snoopy, this is Charlie 

Brown. Houston doesn' I have any data from you, 
right now. 

0l+ 03 26 3'i IMP Okay, maybe I can try and get them some. 

0k 03 26 56 LMP Houston, you're looking at high gain right now, 

or you will be in a second. Hov about checking 
it. It's out on descent 1 and descent 2. 

0k 03 27 07 CI.-R We can hear sor.e gurgling. 

0k 03 27 12 IMP Hold this attitude a second, Torn, so T can verify 

that mother. 

O'l 03 27 Ik CDR I'm near giir.t-1 lock, I don't want to 

0k 03 27 15 LMP Okay. Charlie Brown, this is Snoopy. Will you 

tell them they're looking at high gain, to verify 
their transducer? 

Oil 03 27 27 CMP Yes, sir. Houston, Charlie Brown. Snoopy is call- 

ing you and he says that you have high gain. And 
they are looking at you right row with it. 

0k 03 27 39 IMP Houston, go 

0U 03 27 kk CC Roger. We got the data, P.noopy, and your descent 

pressure looks f'r.e. Over. 

0k 03 27 1*7 IMP Okay, I figured it was a gage because I got descent 

1 and descent 2, both, out. 



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Tape 10-03601 

Ok 03 27 $k CMP Descent 1 and 2, both, out? 

O't 03 27 56 CC We got data, Snoopy, and the descent pressure looks 

fine. Over. 

0k 03 28 00 IMP Okay, and you are giving roe ft GO on descent pres- 

sure, is that correct? 

0k 03 28 05 CC That's correct. 

0k 03 28 10 CMP They said both descent pressure:: look good there, 

Snoop . 

0i* 03 28 13 IMP Okay, 1 can read them, John. That's what I wanted 

to hear from them. 

0k 03 28 21 CMP I don't kind of - I don't know exactly what, kind 
of a 

0k 03 28 23 CC Snoop, Houston. Could you - Snoop, Houston. Could 

you give us your P52 results. Over. 

0k 03 28 36 LMP Roger. Stand by. 

0k 03 28 38 CDR Okay. The stars were 33 ■ -*d 25- Star angle 

difference was four balls 9- Gyro torquirig angler, 
are minus 668, minus 195, minus 0b' } . Over. 

0k 03 29 01 CC We copy, Snoop. Out. 

Oil 03 29 05 CDR Roger, and the initial acquisition of the star for 

the docked TMU align looked pretty good. 

OU 03 29 12 LMP Hey, Tom, you want to get my IANDIHC; PA DAT? circuit 

breaker CLOSED? 

O'l 02 29 16 CDR Okay. 

Ol* 03 29 19 IMP Houston, this is Snoopy. When is AOS? Or LOS 

rather. 

0k 03 29 26 CC Roger. We're coming up on LOS for you at 99:37 - 

Correction, 99:38. We' 13 see you AOS at 100:26. 
Over. 



^■■LUN I IU i il M L' T " 



Oh 03 29 39 CMP Hey, Tom, what was your biggest gyro torquing atigT 

Over . 

Ok 03 29 U3 U-1P I got them, Charlie. 

0I4 03 29 U5 CDR Roger. Biggest gyro torquing angle was register 

minus 668. 

Ok 03 29 5U LMP Okay, Tom. 

Ok 03 29 55 CM 1 Is that 0.66? 

0U 03 29 5T CDK That vac, two balls £60, tvo balls 195, and three- 

balls 55; all minus. 

0k 03 30 06 CMP Roger. 

0k 03 30 09 LI-IP Have you got that LANDING RADAR breaker Til, babe? 

0k 03 30 10 CDR Yes. 

0k 03 30 11 LI-IT Okay. MODE SELECT, LANDIHG RADAR. 

Oh 03 30 15 IW RADAR TEST, LATIDIMG? 

0U 03 30 ]8 CDR Yes. 

Ok 03 30 31 LMP Reading 38. 

Ok 03 30 32 CC Snoopy, Houston. We got some word on your Hassel 

blad problem - on the niigazine problem. We'd lik 
you to reset the magazine flag so that the red ju 
disappears and no further. Tf this doesn't work 
consistently, then change magazines. Over. 

0k 03 30 52 CDR Well, that didn't work consistently, and that's 

why we changed magazines. Over. 

0!+ 03 31 01 CC Roger. VJe copy. Out. 

Ok 03 31 1+3 LMP Houston, if you're satisfied with the desce - 

Ok 03 31 50 CC Snoop, Houston. You arc GO for DOT. P.eccrirnend 

you check on CB(l6) DISPLAY HJGINE OYPI'-II " break 
It might recover your descent monitoring c'. -Ml- 



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Oh 03 3? 05 CDR 
0U 03 32 19 LMP 



Roger. ... And, if - DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE - 
Understood. Right there. Next one. 

No, that's not going to do anything. There's no 
breakers out there that'd hurt that, Charlie. I'm 
going, - as long as you're satisfied, I'm going 
OMNI at this time. 



OU 


03 32 35 


CC 


Roger. We copy. Got h minutes. 






03 32 37 


LI-TP 


Okay, I did - when I went in that P52, and I 
slammed the S-band into the stop's, I did pop my 
S-BAND ANTENNA breaker under r'C" on pane] l6. 


Oh 






Roger. We copy. 




Oh 


03 32 53 




Okay. 




Oh 


03 33 00 


LMP 


Okay, Tom. We got to hustle through this, 

landing antenna, auto? 




ok 


03 33 07 


CDR 


Yes. Go. 




oh 


03 33 lh 


LMP 


Okay, VERB 60, and we'll wait. Might want 
start getting your helmet and glover; on. 


to 


Oh 


03 33 18 


CDR 


Yes. 




oh 


03 33 32 


LMP 


Are you at the attitude, babe? 




oh 


03 33 3h 


CDR 


Yes, 275- 




oh 


03 33 35 


MP 


Okay, I guess we'll - that's right. You w 
check the back of mine, Tom? 


mt to 


oh 


03 33 hh 


CDR 


The what? There you go. 




oh 


03 35 56 


CMP 


Snoopy, Houston wonders if you're reading \ 
guess you're not, or you would answer him. 


nm. I 


oh 


03 36 05 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. No sweat. 




Oh 


03 36 10 


CMP 


Okay. Snoopy, Charlie Brown. Do you read 


Over 



t 



Tape 10-03C01 



Oh 


03 36 15 


CDP, 


Roger, John, we can r 


ead you loud and clear. 




03 36 19 


CMP 


Alright. V.'e need to 
communications open t 


keep at least one channel of 
t al] the time. 


ou 


03 36 31 


CDR 


Yes. I think that's 


a ve.y prudent idea. 


Oh 


03 36 36 


CMP 


Somehow. 




Oh 


03 36 


hi 


cc 


Charlie Brown, Houstc 
still go for D01. 


n. 1*5 seconds to LOS. You'i 


Oh 


03 36 53 


CMP 


Roger. What is my P20 doing? Could anybody tell 
me? 


oh 


03 37 


03 


CC 


Stand by. 




Oh 


03 37 


05 


CDR 


Okay. How are we do 


ng? Ready? 


oh 


03 37 lh 


LMP 


Houston, and IAN DING 


ANTENNA test is complete. 


oh 


C3 37 


17 


CC 


Charlie Brown 




Oh 


03 37 


19 


CDR 


Where do you want to 


leave this? In HOVER? 


Oh 


03 37 


21 


CMP 


Go ahead. 




oh 


03 37 


2h 


CDR 


You want to leave th 


ls in HOVER? The landing 


Oh 


03 37 


28 


LMP 


Yes, that' 2 where it 


s supposed - 


Oh 


03 37 


30 


CDR 


To be in HOVER . 




oh 


03 37 


31 


LMP 


Well, wait a minute, 
through - I don 1 t kn 
Let mc go through - 


It goes to - Tom, read 
->w. I - I thought I got it. 


1 

Oh 


03 37 


39 


CDR 


You're on VOX. 




1 . Oh 


03 37 


It? 


IMP 


I - I'm not on VOX. 




Oh 


03 37 


h3 


CDR 


You're on - Are you 


jn DOWN-VOI^E BACKUP? 


i Oil 


03 37 


h6 


LMP 


I go to talk to you, 


babe. I'm in a helmet. 



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0U 


03 37 it 7 


cm 


01+ 


03 38 00 


LMP 


oi+ 


03 38 01 


cm 


oh 


03 38 03 


IMP 


oh 


03 38 05 


CDR 


oh 


03 38 52 


CDR 


oh 


03 38 59 


LMP 


Oh 


03 39 03 


CDR 


Oh 


03 39 Ol+ 


LMP 


Oh 


03 39 08 


CDR 


Oh 


03 39 00 




Oh 


03 39 16 


CDR 


Oh 


03 39 28 


LMP 


Oh 


03 39 30 


CDR 


Oh 


03 39 31 


LMP 


Oh 


03 39 3*t 


CDR 


Oh 


03 39 h9 


LMP 



Okay, but you were coming - you were transmitting 
to the ground, and everybody. 

Doublecheck that vith your - - 

No. I know what we need for the - for the - - 

We've lost contact with the ground. Doublecheck 
that . 

Okay. We've got the 7 minutes. J know what I 
need for the a - Okay, I'm going to go ahead, and 
go up to throttle. 



Probably got to wait until it runs its course. 
Call them up again, Tom. 

What's- that? VERB 1+7? 

Yes, 1+T - 

Ready. 

No, let me - Okay, now go ahead. Go ahead. 

Okay, PROCEED. We got to get in the pl+0 right 
away. Take a look at that attitude again. 

ORB rate, I should be looking at 090. 

You're coming up to it. You can - - 

... looking about 285 right side up. Are you 
correct? 

Yes, yes. We're okay. Now the main thing is - 
What altitude should that landing radar be in? 
The last one is AUTO. There is AUTO? 

. LANDING ANTENNA DESCENT for 10 seconds. LANDING 
ANTENNA, AUTO . 



Oh 03 39 53 CDR Okay, that's the last . 



«- lONHUENTUH fr ^ - 

0U 03 39 59 LMP It's AUTO for thin; turn. It's HOVER for the phas 

ing burn, Tora. 

0U 03 U0 02 CDR Yes. 

Oh 03 U0 09 LMP Okay. Let's start going through the l+-minute 
check. 

0k 03 1+0 13 CDR Okay. I got to call VhO as soon ac this bear 

gets 

Oh 03 1+0 15 LMP I know it. ENGINE - EIIGINE GIMBAL, ENABLE? 

Oh 03 1+0 20 CDR ENGINE GIMBAL, ENABI-E ■ Yes. 

01+ 03 1*0. 21 LMP THROTTLE, MTN? 

0l* 03 1*0 22 CDR THROTTLE is MIR. 

Oh 03 hO 23 LMP THROTTLE CONTROL - THROTTLE CONTROL, AUTO. 

Ol* 03 1*0 2<> Cm Yes. 

0l+ 03 1*0 27 LMP MANUAL THROTTLE , COMMAimE?.. 

Ok 03 !*0 29 CDR Go. 

0l+ 03 1*0 30 LMP BALANCE COUPLE, ON. 

Ol* 03 1*0 32 CDR BALANCE COUPLE, ON. 

Ol* 03 1*0 33 LMP DESCENT COMMAi;i) ENGINE OVERRIDE, OFF. 

Ol* 03 1*0 35 CDR Go. 

OU 03 1*0 36 LMP ENGINE STOP buttons, RE GET. 

Ol* 03 1*0 38 CDR Go. 

Ol* 03 1*0 1*0 LMP ABORT/ABORT pushbutton stay;-:, RESET. 

Ol* 03 1*0 1*1 CDR Yes. 

Ol* 03 1+0 1*5 IMP TEMP MONITOR, IANDING PADAP - screw it! Come on 
God dang this son of a bitch! 



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Tape 10-03601 



o!t 03 ho 


h9 


CDR 


Did you get that VERB 79 or did we do that? 


Oh 03 ho 


53 


LKP 


It takes so long to do this . 


OU 03 'i0 


55 


CDR 


We're down to 5 minutes. 


Ok 03 hO 


% 


HIP 


Well, we'll be alright. 


Ok 03 hO 


58 


CDR 


We ought to do that before 7 minutes anymore. 


Oh 03 hi 


09 


CDR 


Hey, on rendezvous - that could screw us real bad. 
Get to an AUTO maneuver. 


Oh 03 hi 


13 


IJ-IP 


Okay, it - it'll be off in a minute. 


Oh 03 Ul 


22 


CKP 


Snoopy, Charlie Brown. Over. 


Oh 03 hi 


26 


LKP 


Go ahead. 


Ok 03 hi 


27 


CDR 


Shit. 


Ok 03 hi 


28 


Cl-P 


Roger. 


Ok 03 hi 


29 


CDR 


Shit! Gene-o, look at that son of a bitch. We're 
gonna "be - - 


Ok 03 ^1 


35 


LKP 


It'll - it'll do it, Tom. Yes, John, we do? 


Oil 03 1+1 


39 


CDR 


It's taken us 3 minutes. PROCEED. Okay. 


Oil 03 hi 


53 


IJ-IP 


0686 - You can give it to nic. Real quick. 


ok 03 1*1 


59 


CDR 


Okay. Minus 69. 90. 


Oil 03 h2 


03 


IJ-IP 


Okay . Go . 


Ok 03 h2 


Oil 


CDR 


Minus llt.l. KEY RELEASE . PROCKrHu AUTO MANEUVER. 


Ok 03 h2 


16 


LIT 


AGS or PGNS and everything squared away? 


Ok 03 h2 


]8 


CDR 


Yes . Hey, from now on, let's . do that at R minutes 
or 9 minutes; that's just cutting it too short. 


OU 03 h2 


32 


IJIi 1 


I agree, that takes a long time. 



^CORFTDENI^i ^ 5 - pace i?*> 

Tape IO-O36OI 



ok 


03 


1*2 


3k 


CDK 


Just too damn long. Throttle up after 15 


second 


ok 


03 


k3 


15 


IMP 


Son of a "bitch, babe, I don't like the way this 
AGS is loading. It ain't loading right. 


oh 


03 


1*3 


21. 


CDR 


Okay. 2 minutes. I'm going to the final 
on my PGNS. 02:3l. • Let's pick up the ch 
Screw the AGS -- - 


th i ng 


oh 


03 


1.3 


33 


IMP 


I dor. 't like the way the AGS loaded, babe 


at all 


ok 


03 


U3 


3h 


CDR 


Screw the AGS. 




ok 


03 


1*3 


ko 


IMP 


Okay. 




ok 


03 


1*3 


1*1 


CDR 


Got to have my MASTER ARM, OH. 




ok 


03 


k3 


1*2 


IMP 


Okay. 1 minute. 




ok 


03 


U3 


1*1* 


CDR 


2 minutes. 




oh 


03 


1*3 


k$ 


IMP 


Okay. Can't get it, babe. The AOS is no 


good . 


ok 


03 


1*1* 


07 


CDR 


... it's 01:53; let it go. Just makf-' the 
burn. 01:1*5, let's go. 


PGNS 


ok 


03 


1*1* 


19 


IMP 


-Okay. STAB/CONTROL, DEC A POVfFP , CLOSED':' 




ok 


03 


1*1* 


20 


CDR 


Yes. 




ok 


03 


1*1* 


25 


IMP 


Okay. And EPS ' INVERTER NUMRKR 1, CLOSED? 





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Oh 03 hh 27 CDR Go- 

Oil 03 hh 33 LMP MASTER ARM, Oil? 

Oh 03 3h CDR Got it. 

0l+ 03 hh 37 LMP Go to VOX so John can hear us. So he'll know 

we're burning. John, do you read us? 

0*+ 03 hh hi LMP The AGS is NO-GO on this one, babe. Talking to 
Tom. 

Oh 03 hh hi IMP 35 seconds. ENGINE ARM to DESCENT. 

Oh 03 ^5 11 CDR Go. 

Oh 03 1+5 12 LMP I can barely read you. 

Oh 03 >+5 13 CDR ... any better. 

Oh 03 1+5 26 LMP Just shout into the - into the VOX. Blanks at 
35 seconds. 

Oh 03 U5 33 CDR I'll back this up with the start button. 

Oil 03 J45 35 LMP Okay, I'll hit PROCEED, and I'll start the clock. 

OU 03 1+5 1*5 CDR Hit a PROCEED. 

0l+ 03 1+5 1+6 LMP There's a 99! 

Ql( 03 1*5 hi CDR We're burning, John. 6. 

01+ 03 I16 05 IMP Stand by, babe. 

Oh 03 1(6 06 CDR 9, 11, 12 ... counting down - - 

Oh 03 1*6 15 IMP Nice and smooth, 9 seconds, 8 seconds, 1+ , 3, 2, - 

Oil 03 hb 25 LMP MARK. 

0l+ 03 hC 26 LMP Okay, let's see what we got. Okay, ... on the 
residuals. 

01+ 03 hC 32 CDR Beautiful. 



Oil 03 1+6 33 IMP 

Oh 03 U7 57 MP 

Oh 03 1+7 58 CDR 

Oh 03 1+7 59 MP 

Oh 03 1+8 13 CDR 

Ok 03 lU MP 

0U 03 U8 19 CDR 

OU 03 1+8 21 IMP 

Oh 03 1+8 52 CMP 

Oh 03 1+9 01 LMP 

OU 03 ^9 06 LMP 

Qh 03 1*9 08 CDR 

Oh 03 1+9 23 LMP 

Oh 03 U9 32 CDR 

Oh 03 U 9 35 CMP 

01+ 03 ! +9 *+l CDR 

01+ 03 1*9 ^3 LMP 

01+ 03 1+9 *+7 CDR 

OU 03 50 0? IMP 



Okay. Minus 0.1 - minus 0.1, minus 0.3, and 
minus 0.5. The burn's over, John. That's affirm. 
We're on your mark. 

You got your - - 

VOX? 

ENGINE ARM, OFF. 

VOX. 

ENGINE ARM, OFF, MA ' ' ARM, OFF? 
VOX. 

MASTER ARM, OFF? Got your RENDEZVOUS RADAR AC 
breaker, CLOSED? Pitch do™ to where you're lookine 
at a 180 right about there, Tom. You ought to be 
having them. There's - there's - you.' re coming up 
on them right now. 

Okay. Had you at 3.8l miles-, you were doing 
73 feet a second. 

Okay. Great, John. 

Close that. There ve go. 

Okay. 

You got all your radar breakers in, babe? 
Goddamn MASTER ALARM . 

Beautiful burn. 

You sure 'look pretty through the 
Are we in VOX? 

Well, it's up to you whether you're on VOX or not. 
No, you're hot to John in this mode, in VHF ranging. 




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Tape 10-03601 ^ 

Oil 03 50 lU CMP Okay, at h.8?. mil en I have you at 70 feet a 

second. 

Ok 03 50 18 CDR Roper. 

01+ 03 50 19 LMP Okay. Fine. 

O'l 03 50 20 CDR We're reading ... here. 

Oh 03 50 1*8 LMP We never did call up VERB 82. We ought to call 

that up. 

0l< 03 50 51 CDR Yes. We got plenty of time now. That DPS did 

good, didn't it. Just beautiful. 

0l+ 03 51 20 IMP I hope so, babe, because we're going down. 

0k 03 51 23 CDR Says what? The 60.5 by 6.8? No that's - pardon 

me, that - 

0k 03 51 33 LMP I guess you could pull that LAUDING RADAR 

breaker, too, if you - if you can. 

Oh 03 51 36 CDR Pulled. 

Oh 03 51 hC LMP That sun is wild. 

0U 03 52 0U CDR You know what really gets to you? The basic 

vehicles are just beautiful, but these little 
things are just completely - get to you. Just 
like the ... breathing this stuff - - 

Oh 03 52 13 CMP As it looks now, you guys are slowed to 65 feet 

a second. Does that sound about right? It 







sounds right to me. 




Oh 03 52 21 


LMP 


Yes, that sounds right, John. 




0k 03 52 hh 


CDH 


Shit! Here we go. 




ok 03 52 I45 


LMP 


It looks like a little bit of an 


overturn to 


Oh 03 52 I18 


CDR 


Shit! That'll take us a little 


ower. 


Oh 03 52 h9 


I„MP 


Did you get - you've got the T.-MI 


ri:,'0 breaker 



CONflD» tftAL 



r CONFIDENTIAL ^ 



Ok 03 52 5? CUR Yes. 
OH 03 52 53 LMP Huh? 

Oh 03 52 5l| CDR The DSKY finally read minus 0.1. 

0*4 03 52 56 LMP I - I recorded that. 

0»( 03 53 11 CDR Okay. Gene-o, give me the time to the phasing 

burn, and I'll SYNC the clock. 

Oh 03 53 15 LMP Okay. ... by a half. 

0k 03 53 28 LMP Phasing burn time - You might want to write 

this - Here's the phasing dope. You can be 
looking - looking at that. I want to - oh, you 
reset that clock. Okay. 

0k 03 53 3T CDR I'm sorry. 

Oh 03 53 38 LMP That's alright. 

Oh 03 53 141 CDR Call it. Then get a VERB 8?. 

0i+ 03 53 ^7 LMP God damn that MASTER ALARM . 

Qh 03 53 53 CDR We've got over an hour to go to phasing. 

0!+ 03 53 56 LMP How'd SKo pressure do? 

0k 03 53 59 LMP Good. 

0k 03 5U'00 CDR Looks good. 

0k 03 5>4 03 LMP '3 He: came down. 

OU 03 5 1 * 02 CDR Beautiful. 

Ok 03 5k 25 LMP Hello, Charlie Brown. This is Snoopy. Do you 
read? 

Qh 03 5^ 30 CMP Yes. Go ahead. 

0k 03 5*+ 31 LMP Man, we is getting down among them. 

Oh 03 55 07 LMP You got that clock counting no'..'? 



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Oh 03 55 08 CDH No, it's over an hour. The phasing burn is at 

100:58:25- 

O'i 03 55 Jit IMP Yes. I've got that updated in here. 100:58:25- 

You might want to start getting your clock set 
up. I'm going to see if there are come addresse 
I didn't leave out in this god-dang AGS up here. 

Oh 03 55 25 CDH Okay. We'll get all this stuff off here. 

0'+ 03 55 3h IMP Okay, Tom. I've got to get out those books and 

find out when the hell - - 

0I4 03 55 37 CDR Did you ever call VERB 82? 

0k 03 55 38 LMP I called It. We're in a 69 - Charlie Brown, we 

in a 69-2 - or 61.2 by 9.2. 

Oh 03 55 ^5 CMP Roger. 

Oh 03 55 57 IMP How'd the DPG look to you? 

Oh 03 55 59 CDR Beautiful. It throttled up to 20 percent. 

Thrust chamber pressure went to 20 percent, but 
the throttle profile looked good. 

Oh 03 56 06 IMP I've got some updates on there I've got to copy 

down , Tom . 

0k 03 56 11 CDR Go ahead. 

Oh 03 56 15 IMP The first one is - What does it say on there? 

0I4 03 56 19 CMP I show you in a 6l .2 by 9-22. 

Oh 03 56 23 IMP Beautiful! 

OH 03 56 2 It CDR Beautiful, John. Beautiful. 

Oh 03 56 26 IMP I've got to copy this thing right here. 

100 degrees East at 33 31. 

Oh 03 56 U 2 CMP ... are you guys ... down in there? 

0't 03 56 it 6 CDR I can tell, Jos 6. We're just going to be hot 

to gpt the clpsmncn around the other side for 
final approach, but we're coming down, baby. 



Olt 03 57 ]9 LMP 

Oh 03 57 23 CDR 

Ok 03 57 26 LMP 

Oh 03 57 35 CDR 

Oh 03 57 >*7 LMP 

Oh 03 57 5 1 * CDR 

0l+ 03 58 00 LMP 

0!+ 03 58 09 LMP 

■Olt 03 58 11 CDR 

OU 03 58 13 LMP 

Oh 03 58 18 CDR 

Olt 03 58 1*5 CMP 

Oh 03 58 h6 LMP 

Olt 03 58 1*8 CMP 

0>» 03 58 50 LMP 

Oh 03 59 3l+ CDR 

Oh 03 59 36 LMP 

0l+ 03 59 38 CDR 
Olt 03 59 56 MP 
Olt Oh 00 11 LMP 
Oil Olt 00 3 3 CMP 



Those are 10-minutc- hacks? Or °0-minute - They've 
got to he 10-minute hacks, not 10-second hacks. 



Alright. Take that. 

Tell you what let's do. Let's go ahead and load 
the phasing burn in unless we have an update for 
it. He hasn't given us an update, has he? 

No, call up 30 and let's load it in. 

Okay. So what's the time of it? I'll take it, 
Gene-o. 

Shit. 

You got it right here, babe? 

Yes. Plus - 

100:58:25.20. 

Okay. PROCEED. 

Holy smoke! 

What? 

... down below the horizon. 
Yes. I believe it. 
How much has that changed? 
5 seconds. 

It's going to put us in a 191.8 by 11.6. 

Okay. 

Oh, shit! 

... tracking you guys. 



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CONFIDENTIAL 



Oh OU 00 lh CDR Okay, John. 

0f+ 0 ! t 00 2h CMP ' . .. fantastic! 

0l+ OU 00 28 LMP Oh, God! It'd be worthwhile to take some pictu: 
right here. 

Oh 0l+ 00 38 CMP I can see the vhole LM. 

Oh Oh 01 10 CDR Whoa, we're dropping down, Gene-o. 

Oh Oh 01 12 MP You bet your life we're dropping down. 

Oh Oh 01 5I+ IMP The landing site is at 10 30, Tom. 

0l+ Oh 01 58 CDR 10 30. 

Oh Oh 02 02 LMP You went P - through P30, huh? 

0U 0l+ 02 Oh CDR Yes. We're all loaded. 

Oh Oh 02 07 LMP Good. 

Olt Oil 02 08 CDR Phasing at hi; we pitch down 90 degrees . 

Olf Oh 02 12 LMP Right with it. 

OH Oh 02 ih CDR To PDI. 

0U Oh 02 2 't LMP Okay. At minus 1*0, yaw left l80. Right? 

Oh Oh 02 28 CDR Minus 1*7, we pitch down 90. And at h2 we yaw 
left 180. 

Oh Oh 02 36 CDR Beautiful. Look at those babes. 

Oh Oh 02 38 LMP Okay, that's Uo - - 

Oh Oh 02 1+0 CDR Where's my Hasselblad again? (Laughter) 

0l+ 0l+ 02 1+2 LMP Take them, babe, while you're coming down here. 

0l+ 01+ 02 1+1+ CDR This Velcro doesn't hold anything. 

0l+ Oh 02 1+8 CDR Aw, shit! "' ■ 



Tape ]0-03o01 

OU Oh 02 k9 IMP What's the problem? 

Oh Oh 02 52 CDR Everything I turn around, the Velcro won't hold 

the HasselMad. 

Ok Oh 02 56 LMP Well, babe, you can't - It's not in there? 

Oh Oh 02 58 CDR Now I got it made. Do you have it over there? 

Oh Oh 03 01 LMP No, you were shooting John. 

Olt 0l4 03 03 CDR Yes. 

0*1 OH 03 OH LMP Freaker isn't worth a tinker's damn. Never - no 

telling where it is now, babe. Got to find that 
"before we go over that landing site. Look doirn 
on the deck. 

Olt 0*4 03 22 CDR No. Oh, here it is. Way back here. Got it. 

Got it. 

0U 0k 03 33 LMP They can take this damn Velcro and give it hack 

to - whoever thought they invented this kind of 
Velcro. 

Oh Oh 03 1+9 CDR Okay. Coming down here we should be on black and 

white - f :k at 250. 

0k 0k 03 53 LMP That's right. 

'Ok Ok 03 5*4 CDR f:U at 250? 

Olt Olt 03 56 LMP f:!i at 250th. 

0k Ok 0k 20 CDR You know, this place is starting to look at home. 

Olt 0k 0k 22 LMP Yes . 

Oil 0k Olt 56 CDR What are you taking, 6? 

O't 0k 0k 57 LMP Huh? I'm taking these at 6, and then I'm going 

to - I got to pick up this landing site at 33 min- 
utes - 3li minutes - when you roll back again. 

0l+ O't 05 18 CDR Some of those little bitty bears have black stuff 

in them. 



lapc 10-03601 

0U Oh 0^ hi LM1 J John, are you still reading u?;? 

Oh Oh 05 1+6 CMP Loud and clear. 

Oh Oh 05 i+7 LMP Okay. I just - you know, when I don't hear from 

you, I begin to wonder. 

0U 0't 05 59 LMP I tell you, babe, we is getting down among them. 

Oh Oh 06 16 CMP Yes. I guess you're about straight under me now - 

ll* miles . 

Oh Oh 06 23 LMP I know why the AGS didn't work. That was my fault, 

babe. I didn't set it up for external DELTA-V, 
but we got a good perig out of it - 8.6. 

Oh Oh 06 31 CDR Rendezvous - - 

0*i Oh 06 32 LMP That was my fault. 

0U Oh 06 33 CDR Oh, shit. Good. Well - 

Ql» Oh 06 53 CDR There's what I call Jack's crater. Nice little 

volcano that I shot yesterday. It really stands 
out. 

Oh Oh 07 12 CDR Do I get a VERB - Okay, we're straight. I want to 

PROCEED out of here and get a VERB 82 - VERB 83. 

Oh Oh 07 20 LMP Good idea. 

Oh Oh 07 22 CDR MARK. 

0U Oil 07 3*+ LMP Do you know the hell where we really are, Tom? 

Oh Oh 07 38 CDR No, I've got no idea, babe, right now. 

0U O'l 07 1+3 LMP Hey, I don't mean that way. What's this big - 

coming up on 50 minutes. I don't kiiov what that 
big mother is there, but you're going to pitch 
1 around here anyway at 1)7 , aren't you? 

0*4 Oh 07 53 CDR Yes. 

0!+ 0l+ 07 56 CDR There's 329- That's pretty close. Where's Hori.v.::n 

site. Is this Gene-o's? 



Oh Oh 08 13 CDH 

01* OU 08 18 LMP 

01* OU 08 19 CDR 

Oil 0'* 08 28 LMP 

01* Ol* 08 22 CDR 

0** Oh 08 28 CMP 

Ol+ OU 08 31 LKP 

Oh Oh 08 3 1 * CMP 

Oh Oh 08 1*2 CDR 

Oh Oh 08 U8 MP 

Oh Oh 08 52 CDR 

Oh Oli 09 Ol+ LMP 

Oh Oh 09 05 CDR 



OU OH 09 20 CMP 

Ok Oh 09 2h LMP 

Ol* Oh 09 25 CDR 

Ol* 09 29 LMP 

Ol; CH 09 38 CMP 



Man, that's the prettiest vol can ism I've seen. 

Here's crater 9, rich! here, I'll bet. 

Yes. 

Right here. 

Yes, we're coming up to crater 9- Jose, we're 
coming up to crater 9, I think. We'll be going 
right across it. 



Maybe you could tell us better where we are, babe? 

We're going right across old number 9- Sure are. 

Tilings are starting to move faster, John. 

Hey, Tom, all our - everything's looking good here, 
so far. 

You knov, instead of going there and yawing over 
to 180, let's tak-e some strips here. See, instead 
of phasing? Yaw left. 

Yes , and I would - - 

Screw it! We're just going to stay here and take 
photo stripping instead of - John - Okay. Instead 
of yawing left anrl yawing right, I'm just going to 
stay here and just take some - I think it would be 
more interesting for the whole thing just to take 
strip maps here. 

I think you're right. 

I'll buy that. 

How about that , Gene-o? 

The important filr.'we want to get is down below, 
babe. 





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Tape 10-03o01 




Oil Ok 09 ho 


CDR 


Yes. 


Ok OU 09 't9 


CDH 


Man, look at those craters! 


Ok Ok 10 00 


IMP 


Tom, give me that when you get a. chance. 


Oh Ok 10 01 


CDR 


You got it, babe. 


0'+ Ok 10 17 


CDK 


Look at that big one. 


Oil Ok 10 19 


LMP . 


That's what I'm looking at. 


Ok Oil 10 20 


CDR 


My monoculars . 


OU Oil 10 25 


LMP 


Hey, when I can't see the horizon, Tom, I get to 
feeling like ve're in a dive bombing run. 



0U 0k 10 29 CDR Yes. 

Oti Oil 10 35 LMP Okay. At k"J minutes - Okay, you're going to stay 

in this attitude. That's fine. 

0l* 0U 10 U5 LMP Did you ever call up VERB 83V 

0't Oil 10 k w ( CDR Yes. You're all set. 

0k 0k 10 1+8 LMP I wanted to check it against the AOS . Let me look 
at it again. 

0k 0k 10 59 CDH Hey - there are some huge boulders. 

Oh 0k 11 01 LMP You've got some. 

0l+ 0k 31 03 CDR You damn right. 

Oh Oh 11 0k CDR Look at. those bastards down in that crater. 

0k 0k 11 07 IMP Right here. 

0k 0'f 11 08 CDR Yes, that big deep one, right down below here. 

Oil 0k 11 09 LMP Let me look at it. Let me look at that - let me 

look at this one here. I - T just took a picture 
of it. 

Ok 0k 11 20 CDR That old one right down below ur. there. 



Tape I0-03f>01 



OU Oh 11 P2 UW Oh, you bet yo 

dovn there. 



Oh Oh 11 3? CDR Tremendous boul.rtcrr;. 

Oh Oh 11 3 J + LMP Man, there are, Tow. 



Tape 10-0360] ' * 

O't Oh 11 36 CDR Hey, John, with that monocular you can really sec 

some boulders now, babe. 



Oh Oh 11 hO LMP 



Oh Oil 12 12 CDR 



You know, the surface around that looks fairly good 
though . 



OU Oh 11 ii2 CDR Yes. 

Ok Oh 11 *t3 IMP Here you go. Want thin back? 

OU Ok 11 1»5 CDR You want the Hasselblad? 

Oh Ok 11 1+6 LMP Yes, I'll take pictures of it. 

Oil Oh 11 LMP Wish I could have got ri^ht down in that - right 

down in among those boulders. I tell you there s 
some boulders down there, babe. Are we yaw a lit- 
tle - yes, Just a little bit. Look at this cliff 
here, Tom, right in front of us. - 

Yes. There's a cliff there that's at least 2 or 
3 thousand feet tall. 

Oh Oil 12 ill LMP Oh, hell, yes. At least 

Oil Oil 12 18 CMP Hey, you guys are really out there now. 

OH Oil 12 21 CDR Oh, you know it, babe. 

Oil Oil 12 26 LMP Holy smoley, John. It's incredible. 

Oli Oil 12 33 CMP 

OU Oli 12 3I4 LMP If you thought we were close at 60 miles. 

Oil Oil 12 38 CMP Does the terrain seem to be any different 

color down close? 

Oli Oli 12 UT LMP Ho, I don't think so. 

Oil Oil 12 1(8 CDR With the monocular you can see some stuff. 

Oh Oh 12 50 LMP But I tell you, there's some good size boulders 

on the sides of these craters. Some of the:., arc- 
very obviously impact, but then there's some oth-r 
that look - they got to be - they got to be vol- 



oh 


Oh 


13 


20 


TJ-1P 


Time hack at 113:21. 


oh 


Oh 


13 


?T 


IMP 


John, do you know where we are? What we're over? 


Oh 


oh 


13 


30 


CMP 


Ho, ... 1 gave it to the AUTO optica and it screwed 
up. I have no idea. 


Oh 


oh 


13 


35 


LMP 


Oh, okay. Because I'm going to tell you when I 
think we're about over Neper "because we've got to 
photograph that area coming down. 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


1+1 


CMP 


Okay . 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


1+3 


LMP 


Want this over there? 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


1*5 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


1+6 


LMP 


(Cough) Give me that thing. 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


hi 


CDR 


You've got it. 


Oh 


Oh 


13 


56 


CDR 


Look at that bear. Here's an old one. Hey here's 
Gene-o - there's - - 


Oh 


Oh 


1U 


01 


LMP 


What are you looking at? 


Oh Oh 


1U 


02 


CDR 


Son of a bitch. I don't know. 


oh 


Oh 


lh 


03 


LMP 


Holy Smoley! Hey, look at that black thing in the 
bottom. Let me see what it is. 


oh 


Oh 


lh 


oi. 


CDR 


Look at all those black things! Hey, John, I got 
something that's really standing out here - like - 
oh gee, can you ever see it! The monocular, Gene- 
the monocular. 


Oh 


Oh 


lh 


10 


CMP 


What are they? 


Oh 


Oh 


lh 


16 


IMP 


Alright. That's a fantastic crater. I don't know 
where that is - - 


Oh 


Oh 


lh 


21 


CDR 


Let me look at it. Oops - let me look at it. 


Oh 


Oh 


lh 


32 


LMP 


They're boulders, John. Gigantic. We're looking 
straight down. 


Oh 


Oh 


lh 


U3 


CDR 


Gee, I'm really getting vertigo here. 




Day 5 - Pace H*0 f^QMFlDEfcflJAL^ 

Tape 10-03601 

Oh Ok lk I46 LMP Yes. It's like - 1:\ that rendezvous from above, T01: 

when we were looking straight down at. the mother. 

OU 01+ lU 52 CDR I nearly lost him - I lost Mm in the light. I 

need to slant up some more. 

Oh Oh lh 59 LMP Okay. We're coming up on 1*3 minuter,. 

Oh Ok 15 15 LMP Are you in ORB RATE? No, you're in THERMAL, aren't 

you? 

Ok Ok 15 18 CDR I'm INERTIAL. Need to be pitched up more. 

Oh Oh 15 22 LMP Your ball isn't moving. Is it? 

Oh Oh 15 -2k CDR Yes, it is. Sure it is. 

Oh Oh 15 25 LMP Okay. 

OU Oh 15 28 CDK Your's Is moving, isn't it? 

Oh Oh 15 30 IMP Yes. We want to be seein- l80 upside down when 

we come into Neper here. 

01* Ok 15 37 CDR I pitched over too far. What. I wanted to sec, 1 

didn't get. 

Oh Oh 16 01 LMP This camera is getting red hot. 

OU OU 16 09 LMP Okay, babe. At 3k minutes, we want to be pitched 

up because we will be approaching into the Neper 
area where we want to get this - see Neper here s 
at 3k minutes we'll be right in here. V7e want to 
.start looking - be seeing Neper coming over the 
horizon. 

Oh Oh 16 20 CDR Yes. (Cough) 

0k Oil 16 33 CDR Look at that. ... volcanic as the dickens. Let 

me have the Hassclblad. 

Oh 0k 16 hi LMP Let s.-j sec that a minute . 

Oh Oh 16 h2 Cm You've got it. 

Oli 01* 16 HI* LMP Yes. There are a lot of - n lot of thirds pot to 

be volcanic, ba.be. 



r-— CO HFI D EN 





ok 


16 


59 


I .Ml"' 


And there is boulders down in those holes, 
that new one . 


OH 


Oh 


IT 


08 


LMP 


Now that's all black in the bottom. 


ok 


ok 


17 


12 


era 


Yes. That's black. 


Ok 


ok 


17 


19 


LMP 


That little - that little crater with the f 
You know everything being fresh, it appears 
that the top of the soil - soil are bleache 
the Sun. 


Ok 


ok 


IT 


2T 






ok 


ok 


IT 






There's one. 


ok 


Oh 


IT 


35 


LMP 


There is fresh, and look at the boulders on 
side of that one. 


ok 


ok 


IT 


ill 


CDR 


You got it - got it. 


ok 


ok 


IT 


50 


LMP 


Give me that camera, babe. 


ok 


ok 


IT 


51 


CDR 


Okay, I got some - - Here. 


ok 


ok 


IT 


53 


LMP 


Okay. 


ok 


ok 


IT 


5k 


CDR 


Here. Where is the monocular? 


ok 


ok 


IT 


55 


LMP 


There it is. 


ok 


ok 


18 


00 


LMP 


250 right here would have gotten something. 


ok 


ok 


18 


12 


CDR 


Oh, look at those boulders! 


ok 


ok 


18 


1). 


LMP 


Aren't they fantastic? 


ok 


ok 


18 


22 


' LMP 


kO minutes, babe. At 3k , we ought to start 
into the Neper area. 


ok 


ok 


18 


3k 


LMP 


Now look at that one. The v y those cliffs 
sheer- there's black underneath them, and v 
these fresh craters come out, there's - it' 
white soil. 


ok 


ok 


18 


hh 


CDR 


Yes. Here's one that's coming right there. 


ok 


oh 


18 


5.1 


CDR 


Oh, beautiful! 



— CONf l D CNTI M - 



Day 5 - Pa f u 2 ^CONFIDENTIAL 

Tape 10-03603 ■ ... -^am 

Ok Oh 18 53 CDK It's black. It was a landslide, and there's a 

boulder so damn big you can't believe it. 

Cl4 0*4 18 57 LMP Let me see. Trade you. Here. 

0l+ 0l+ 19 06 LMP There's a little crater on the rim of this one, 

and there's boulders layi ng half way down. 

Oh Oh 19 Ik CDR We can see where a volcanism started, and it rolled 

out there. 

Oh Oh 19 2h LMP I - I've got to say, there's a lot of impact craters 

around here though. God dang. 

0l+ Oh 19 29 CDR Yes, there are. 

Oh Oh 19 30 LMP A lot of impact craters. You know this planet must 

have been beat to death at one time. 

Ok Olt 19 37 CDR Oh, you know it. 

Ok Ok 19 kl LMP Must hove been beat to death. Okay, Tom, we're 

coming down to 3 It minutes, and that's where we 're- 
going to start picking up - Neper ought to be com- 
ing over the horizon at 29:31. We ought to be 
right over Neper. 

Ok Oh 19 5k CDR Okay. LANDING RADAR - LANDING RADAR circuit 

breaker CLOSED at. ?2 minutes. 

Oh Oh 19 59 LMP Okay. We're ahead of time. We don't - we're in good 

shape right now. 

Ok Ok 20 09 LMP There's boulders In every one of those little - 

little craters and on - on the ridges. 

Ok Ok 20 13 CDR Yes, that's on the new craters - even a few of the 

old ones have them right down at the bottom. 

Olt Ok 20 19 LMP And the boulders are black. They're black - - 

Olt 0k 20 21 CDR They look like they're 

0l( Olt 20 23 LMP and yet the stuff that cor..es out of the new 

craters is white. 



Oh Oh 20 26 CDK 

Oh OH 20 27 LHP 

Oh Oh 20 hi CDR 

Oh Oh 20 li6 LMP 

Oh Oh 20 50 CMP 

0l* Oh 20 59 CDR 

Oh Oh 21 01 LMP 

Oh Oh 21 02 CDR 

Oh Oh 21 05 LMP 

OU Oh 21 06 CDR 

Oh Oh 21 07 LMP 

Oh Oh 21 08 CDR 

OU Oh 21 53 LMP 

Oil O'l 22 03 LMP 

Oh Oh 22 11 CDR 

OU Oh 22 17 LMP 

Oh 22 21 CDR 



-CONFIDENTIAL.* ^ ^ 

White, but there's some Mack around them. 

Yes. There are pretty sharp cliffs. Some of these 
seem to be wind-blown down, but there's some awful 
sharp cliffs. V/hat a place! You know, it almost 
looks like this is a painting. Someone took a 
painting of something. 

Yes. 

John, this is really a great speed at which to go 
over the ground, I'll tell you. 



Oh. Here's one that tossed boulders out 
of it. 

You've got it. 

Yes. It tossed boulders right out of the stuff. 
Look at that mother. 

See it. Right there. You can see it. 
Yes. Yes. 

This little one right here tonned boulders right 
out of the son of a gun. There's still a bunch 
in there. 

Okay. Mcper's got to be coming up there pretty 
soon. We're at 36. 

This is where ... wants to do their altitude - 
around here. 

Yes, You could track. You can track here - no 
problems . 

I'm just going to keep - But we're going so slow, 
I'm going to stay at 6 frames a second, Tom. 

Yes, Oh, beautiful. Hey ,^ T could even a 

crater or, ycur lefL, Gene-o. 



s --GOW«^Wt At- - 



Day 5 - Page 1^1 
Tape .10-03601 

Oh Oh 22 33 IJ«IP 
Oh Olj 22 36 cmi 

Ok Oh 22 38 JjMP 
Oh Oh 22 hO CDR 

OI4 Ol+ 22 Mi LMP 

Oh Oh 22 50 CDR 

Oh Oh 22 52 LMP 

Oh Oh 2.2 53 CDR 

Oh Oh 22 c jh LMP 

Oh Oh 22 55 CDR 

0^ Oh 23 03 LMP 

Oil Oh 23 Ik LMP 

Oh- Oh 23 21 CDR 
Oh 0*4 23 22 LMP 

Oh Oh 23 1+3 LMP 

Oil Oh 23 56 LMP 
O'l 0!+ 2li 03 CMP 



/ LUMHUbNPft** 



Yes. Yes. Oh, look at that on. 
take a look. 



Yes. It's got a big black one right down in the 
bottom of it. 



Talk about a boulder. That thing is big enough 
to - to crush a couple of houses. 

They're laying all down the side and there's no - 
there is no little rim crater on it, either. 
They're just laying on the side. 

Shoot a picture of that one - that white one com- 
ing up right in front of you. 

Okay. 

You can see - - 
Here you go. 

- - where the white ran down. 

We got to be coping somewhere near where Neper is 
going to be up there, pretty soon, and the Smythe 
Sea. 

Look at that! 1 don't know why I was fascinated with 
boulders, but son of a gun - Those black thirds stand 
out. Give me the monocular on that one. 



Tom, look at the boulder on the edge of that one, 
but son of a gun - Those black things stand out. 
Give me the monocular on th^t one. 

At first I thought it was shadow on it , but it 
sure isn't, cause we're looking - corning right 
through the - 

Okay. At 33:31 we're going to come up on 269 and 
192 and Jansky. 



j 

I 













*^rONFIDFNTlAi ^ ^ 




Oh 


2h 


15 


CDR 


I need to get local vortical. 


oh 


oh 


2h 


16 


CMP 


Houston, Charlie Brown. Over. 


oh 


oh 


2h 


26 


CMP 


Houston, Charlie Browri . 


Oh Oh 


2h 


33 


LMP 


Leave Gh run for a minute, Tom. Can you pitch us 
up a little bit to get a better view of the - - 


Oh 


oh 


2h 


39 


CMP 


Houston, this is Charlie Brown. Over. 


Oh 


Oh 


2h 


1+1 


LMP 


- - better view of the - 


Oh 


oh 


2h 


1*7 


CMP 


Houston, Houston, Charlie Brown. How do you read 
on high gain? Over. I'm all locked up on them, 
Tom, but I just don't read them. 


oh 


Oh 


2h 


59 


LMP 


Okay. We're not locked up yet, John. 


oh 


oh 


25 


09 


CMP 


Ro^er. Read you loud and clear. Snoopy was GO foi 
DOI. It was a good burn; he's in a 6l.2 by 9-2 
right now. ,inal burn. He'.!] fill you in when 
he gets to you. But - - 


oh 


oh 


25 


30 


LMP 


Look at th.it - look at the earth ! Look at the 
earth 


0h 


oh 


25 


31 


CDR 


Oh gee! Look at the earth, John! Get it. Get 
it. Ah, yes. My God! I can't believe it! It's 
just - - 


Oh 


Oh 


25 


h3 


CMP 


he was doing 65 feet per second. At 3.8 miles 


Oh 


Oh 


25 hi 


LMP 


That's beautiful. 


Oh 


oh 


25 


1*8 


CDR 


And that color film didn't work! That makes me 


Oh 


oh 


25 


52 


LMP 


John, we just had earthrl . Fantastic. Golly, 
John! Tom, get that if you can. 


Oh 


oh 


25 


58 


CDR 


I don't have any color film on this son of a bitch 


Oh 


oh 


26 


01 


LMP 


Try it once more, maybe it'll work. 


Oh 


0>i 


26 


03 


CMP 


now. They just saw earthrise. They say they are 



looking up at the horizon now. 




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Tan.- 10-03601 

Oh Oh 26 28 CDR You're panning that, aren't you, Gene-o? 

Oh Oh 26 30 Ll'P Yes. 

Oh Oh 26 31 CDR Be sure to open it up for the earth. 

Oh Oh 26 33 LMP °P en 11 U P ? 

0l+ 0»+ 26 35 CDR Oh, yes. Earth on that color is f:ll at 250, babe. 

Oil 0U 26 38 LI-TP You mean, wider? 

Oh Oh 26 39 CDR Well, f:ll at 250 is the earth.. f:ll at 250. 

01+ Oil 26 1+7 LMP Hello, Houston. Houston, this is Snoopy. 

Oh Oh 26 52 CC Roger, Snoop. Go ahead. 

Oh Oh 26 5h LMP We is GO and we is down among them, Charlie. 

0k Oh 27 00 CC Roger. I hear you weaving your way up the freeway. 

Can you give me a postburn report? Over. . 

0l+ Oil 27 Oo LMP Yes. As soon as I get my breath. 

Oh Oh 27 12 CDR It doesn't work. 

Oh Oh 27 ill LM? Okay. Our residual - our burn was on time. Our 

residuals were minus 0.1, minus 0.3, and minus 0.5- 
And that was the residuals ' from the DPS burn. We 
did not use - we did not null anything out. We're 
in a 61.2 by 9.2, and the AGS has us at an 8.6. 

Oil Oil 27 36 CC Roger, Snoopy. We copy all the residuals, and it 

looks like we are all GO. Your DPS is looking 
good, and it's GO. Over. 

O'l Oh 27 1+1+ LMP Oh, Charlie. We just saw earthrise and it's got 

to be magnificent. 

0k Oh 27 50 CDR Yes, you can also tell Jack Schmitt - - 

0k Oh 27 52 CC Roger. We copy. 

Oil Oil 27 53 CD? that there's enough boulders around here to 

fill up Galveston Bay, too. 



Oil Oil 28 01 CC 



He's copying, Tom. 



OU Ol* 28 06 LMP The only trouble is - We're stripping lots of 

film for him. The spacecraft is looking good and 
there are no problems, Charlie, except it would 
be nice to be around here more often. 

OU Ok 28 19 CC Roger. We copy. All your systems are looking 

good to us. Did you get your DPS pressure back? 
Over. 

OU OU 28 26 CDR Negative. 

Oh Oh 28 27 LMP That's a negative, but the DPS burn was smoothed 

out very smoo - - very well when we throttled up. 

Ok Ok 28 36 CC Roger. We got a good - good pressures here, and 

the DPS is GO for phasing. 

Ok Oh 28 k2 CDR Roger, Charlie. 

Oh Oh 28 kk LMP Can you imagine , no color film in that thing? Huh? 

Yes. I ought to hit someone over the head with 
that - 

Ok Ok 28 5k CDR Oops. Okay. LANDING RADAR TEST coming up. 

Ok Ok 28 58 LMP Okay. At 28 - at 28 - not yet, babe. 

Oh Oh 29 03 CDR Well, I want to get it early. 

Ok Ok 29 16 CDR I need - Have you got them locked on? I need a 

VERB 83- 

Ok Ok 29 20 LMP You need a VERB 83? 

Ok Ok 29 21 CDR Yes. Go call POO and then get us a VERB 83. 

Ok Ok 29 30 LMP Let me run through - through 30 real quick. 

Ok Ok 29 36 CDR Okay . 

OU OU 29 U8 CC Snoop, Houston. There will be no update on the 

phasing pad. Everything is looking really good. 

Ok Ok 29 5*t- CDR .Okay ,, good. We'll be picking up our LANDING RADAR 

TEST" and taking pictures here and it's a fantastic 
sight. You do have different shades of browns and 
grays here. And right in the volcanisms , there is 
also pure white near the edge, and the bottom is 



Day 5 - Paga,. 
Tape 10-03601 



black. And we see some large boulders that are 
black to blackish gray. 



Oil 


oh 


30 


2h 


CC 


Roger, Snoopy. We copy. 


oh 


oh 


30 


30 


CDR 


Have we got it? What time? 


Oil 


oh 


30 


32 


LMP 


Okay, just wanted to check it. Go ahead. 


oi* 


oh 


30 


37 


CDR 


... PROCEED. 


ok 


Oh 


30 


38 


LMP 


Call your VERB 83. 


oU 


oh 


31 


11 


LMP 


There you are , Tom. 


Oh 


Oh 


31 


lU 


CDR 


Here are some more boulders. 


Oh 


Oh 


31 


2l* 


LMP 


Okay. We've got 10 minutes to go before we get to 
Taruntius G and H. 


Oh 


Oh 


31 


29 


CDR 


What's our elevation now? 


Ok 


oh 


31 


36 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. Can you see them down 
there among the boulders? Over. 


oh 


Oh 


31 


ho 


CMP 


I saw them about ill miles. But then I turned this 
thing over to CMC to let it do an AUTO maneuver and 
it lost them. 


oh 


oh 


31 




CC 


Roger. 


oh 


oh 


31 


55 


CMP 


I was tracking them just manually. I don't see 
them anymore. I'm going to let it update it with 
a little radar - a little range, and see if that 
brings it in. 


oh 


oh 


32 


09 


CC 


Roger, Charlie Brown. We copy. Out. 


Oh 


oh 


32 


10 


LMP 


Okay, go into HOVER. 


Oh 


oh 


32 


12 


CDR 


Didn't go into HOVER. 


Oh 


oh 


32 


lli 


LMP 


A little early, but let's get it in. 


oh 


oh 


32 


29 


LMP 


Should be reading about l|2 000 feet when she actu- 



ally locks on. 



^:~X©HBD£fettlAL. " -re 

0*i OU 32 37 CDR Hello, Houston, This is Snoop. It looks like 

this landing radar is doing real good. 

Oh Oh 32 1+5 CC Roger, Snoop. We roger that. Over. 

Oh Oh 32 50 CDR Looks like we may already have a lock-on here, 

even early. 

Oh Oh 33 0U LMP Okay, babe. Coming on at 25 minutes 

Oh dh 33 08 CDR And straight up ahead, you can see we're going to 

go from the highlands over into the mare area. 
It's a beautiful sight. Just like you're crossing 
over into a blackish-gray sea. 

Oh Oh 33 21 LMP There goes the landing radar. 



J3W |TI " 



Day 5 - Page 150 
; Tape 10-03601 

OU Oh 33 25 CDR 

OU Ok 33 33 CC 

Oh Oh 33 36 • IMP 

Oh Oh 33 39 CDR 

OU OU 33 1+T CDR 

Oh Oh 33 50 IMP 

Oh Oh 3h 39 IMP 

OU OU 3h hQ CDR 

J Ol» Oh 3h 1+9 IMP 

~j Oh Oh 3h 55 IMP 

J OU 35 02 CC 

! 01+ Ok 35 05 IMP 

I Oh Oh 35 11 CDR 

! OU OU 35 22 CC 

OU OU 35 26 CDR 

Ol+ OU 35 30 IMP 



M 1NK1DFNBAL, _ 

Landing radar looks like it's locked on solid. 
Roger, Snoop. Over. 

I don't believe this thing's failed, do you? 

You out of film? 

... that circuit breaker blew. 

You've got to be kidding. 

Okay, T.P. 23 minutes, I'm going to - 22:30, I'm 
going to connect the ascent batteries. You got 
your lan - PGNS LANDING RADAR breaker CLOSED, for 
sure? 

Oh, yes, baby. 
Okay . 

Houston. I've got the ascent batteries connected 
at this time. 

Roger. We see that. Thanks, Snoop. Over. 

I didn't realize there were so many things to do 
in such a short time. Give me that thing, Tom, if 
you can? 

Okay. 

Snoop, Houston. Your ascent batteries look good. 
Out. 

Roger. 

Charlie, we're now about where the horizon is - 
almost, you know, level - at times seems a little 
bit high. We're coming into - to a mare area 
22 minutes before - before phasing right now. The 
craters, the new craters, seem to throw out a very, 
very light, light, almost whitish gray by compari- 
son to the dirtier-color whites and grays and browns. 
Right over the rim - there appears to be almost 
every fresh crater, there's visible boulders both 
down in it, on the sides and on the rim. 




Also, Charlie, it looks like we're getting so close, 
all we have to do is put the tailhook down and we're 
there. 

Ok OU 36 20 CC Hey, Snoop. Air Force guys don't talk that way. 

Ok OU 36 2I4 CDR Well, I did fly an Fh that had one on it one time, 
even though it was an Air Force bird. Okay, we re 
coming right over to the edge of the maria. And 
it really smoothes out here , comparatively speaking . 

OU OU 36 37 IMP You should be starting to see Langrenus over there , 
T.P. 

OU OU 36 39 CDR , Yes. 

Ok Ok 36 hi IMP 21 minutes. 

OU Oh 36 hh CC Roger, Snoop. We have you; you should be at Tarun- 
tius very soon. 

Oh Ok 36 ^9 CDR Roger. 

Oh Oh 36 50 CMP Okay, Houston. I've got them in the optics now. 
They're fantastic. 

Ok Oh 36 56 CC Hey! Great show, Charlie Brown. 

OU Oh 3T 05 IMP Okay. We're at - I don't believe we're quite up 

to Taruntius yet. We're in - we're in the Foaming . 
Sea - We're past the Sea of Waves and in the Foaming 
Sea. And the maria gets markedly smooth and flat. 
There's small craters - a lot of small craters down 
in it, but the basic surface is extremely smooth. 
And it appears that the craters go down into it, 
'rather than - than the rims come up out of it. 

Ok Ok 3T 30 CDR You can tell that this area is definitely lower 
than that highland area, just as a whole general 

OU Oh 37 35 IMP Okay. I think right over the horizon, we've proba- 
bly got Taruntius H and Taruntius G coming up. See 
them, Tom? 

Oh Ok 37 1+2 CDR Yes, we've got them, Cernan 



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Ok Ok 37 1*3 CC Okay, Snoop. Could you comment on expected surface 
washout? Could you comment on that? Over. 

Ok Ok 37 53 LMP Yes. When you look straight down, there's a defi- 
nite three-dimensional effect where you can't really 
tell the depth of craters like we could in the past. 
And in some cases, you're not even sure whether - 
whether there is depth to them except that they 
look a little familiar. It's a little bit brighter 
and the whole area is a little bit hazier and glar- 
ier. It looks like we're right over a subsolar 
point about now. 

Ok Ok 38 28 CMP Boy! Are they down there among them! 

Ok Ok 38 31+ CC Roger. Bet it looks like they're really hauling 
the mail. 

Ok Ok 38. 36 CDR What - what did you do? 
Ok Ok 38 37 LMP Huh? Didn't do anything. 
Ok Ok 38 38 CDR Oh, sorry. 

Ok Ok 38 lil LMP Surprisingly - surprisingly enough, Charlie, it 
really doesn't look like we're moving too fast 
down here. It's a very nice, pleasant pace. 

0l+ Ok 38 1)8 CC Roger. 

Ok Ok 38 U9 CDR In fact, it's exactly like when - tell Deke it's 
like you went out and practiced the other morning 
in Florida; as far as the relative bearing rate, 
it's about the same. 

OU Ok 39 03 CC Copy. Out. 

Ok Ok 39 OU LMP Seems like we're coming up on my side on Taruntius G 
and I believe Tom's got Taruntius H right there on 
his side. Things come out of the horizon differ- 
ently; they seem to come over the horizon and be 
much closer to you down here than up there at 
60. miles. 

Ok Ok 39 19 CDR Shit, look at the boulders. 



JM I I NI I JIIA by 



Ok Oh 39 22 MP And the craters in this area are craters are - are 
dug out of the surface and not craters that are 
throwing back from the surface with high rims. 
They're very low, flat rims. 

Ok Ok 39 U3 CC Snoop, you're dropping out. Your voice faded out. 
We're standing by. 

Ok Ok 39 52 IMP Roger. Looks like we might be on the verge of loss 
of lock, here; I don't know. 

Ok Oh kO 05 IMP Tom » 1 "think you've either got Messier B or Secchi 
up there on your left in front of you. See it? 

Ok Ok kO 11 CDR Yes. 

Ok Ok kO 32 CDR Houston, Snoopy. From this altitude, the maria 

still looks fairly smooth as far as overall approach 
characteristics coming into it. 

0U Ok kO 55 IMP We're coming into Apollo Ridge. 

Ok ok kO 58 CDR Yes. 

Ok Ok kO 59 IMP Okay. There's Secchi on my right. 

Ok Ok kl Ok IMP Hey, Houston. If you're, reading, there's Secchi on 
my right. We're coming into Apollo Ridge and here's 
the first of the - here's Apollo Rille, right in 
front of my window. It's very, very easily distin- 
guishable at this point, and it appears to be a 
couple of hundred feet deep. 

Ok Ok kl 22 CDR It's rounded. 

Ok Oh kl kk IMP Houston, I'm on OMNI. I'm not sure whether you're 
reading, but we're over the Apollo Ridge. I Just 
had Secchi on my right - Apollo Rille appears to 
be a couple of hundred feet deep, but very smooth 
at the bottom. We should have the Smokey Basin 
right out of Tom's window, on the left. 

Ok Ok k2 02 CDR Yes. 

Ok Ok k2 06 IMP Are you reading, Houston? 



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OU 0*+ 1*2 21 LMP Hello, John. Are you reading? 
OU Oh 1+2 23 CMP Loud and clear there, Gene'-o. 

Oh Oh h2 2h IMP Okay. I'm on OMNI, and we got good signal strength. 

I don't know whether they're listening, but we're 
over Apollo Ridge and we're just passing Smokey 
Basin. 

OU Oh h2 33 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. If you read, have Snoopy 
tweak up the high gain. We're not reading him at 
all. Over. 

Oh Oh k2 hO CMP Roger. 

Ol* Oh h2 h2 CMP Charlie - Snoopy, Houston wants you to tweak up 
the high gain; they are not reading you. 

OU Oh h2 50 CDR We're coming into Marilyn now. 

Oh Oh 1+3 05 CMP Snoop, this is Charlie Brown. Over. 

OU OU 1+3 07 LMP Hey, they should have it now. Okay. We just 

passed Mount Marilyn. We're losing high-gain lock. 
We can't hold them. 

Oh Oh 1+3 IT CMP Houston, Snoopy said they can't hold you on high 
gain. 

Ok Oh 1+3 25 CDR Boulders all over the place. Okay. You got 
it? 

OU Oh 1+3 35 LMP Houston, we 're. on OMNI and we just passed Mount 

Marilyn. As a matter of fact, there's Weatherford 
Crater , I believe, right in here. 

Ok 0l+ 1+3 1+2 CDR Yes. Where we ought 

01+ 0l» 1+3 1+3 LMP What's the time, babe? We're at ll+;l+0. Okay. And 
here's - we just - there's Saint Theresa Ridge, 
right there. We're right over it. 

Oh Oh 1(3 58 LMP Okay, T.P. , and we're coming up to Bear Mountain - 
is right ahead of us - and you should have Maske- 
lyne A. Do you have a big crater, Maskelyne A, 



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right there, right on the edge our - right in 
front of you, down straight in front of you, on the 
left? 

Ok ok kk 13 CDR Could they have 

OU Ok kk lh IMP And Lonesome Mesa, right here. 
Ok Ok kk 15 CDR Is this Maskelyne A, here? 

Ok Ok kk 16 LMP Houston, I don't know whether you're reading us, 
but this is the best we can do. 

Ok Oh kk 21 CMP They're still transmitting to you, Houston - but - 
they're reading you, Snoopy, and they're standing 
by. 

0\ ok kk 33 IMP Okay, we're abeam of - we're abeam of Site 1. Tom, 
give me that a minute. Let me see if I can take a 
couple of pictures . 

Ok Ok kk U2 CDR And I've got Censorinus A out here. Hey, let me - 
I've got Censorinus A right here, bigger than shit. 

OU Ok kk k8 LMP Hey, and I tell you, we are low! We are close, 
babe ! This is , like , it ! And it really looks 
pretty smooth down there, surprisingly enough. 

OU Ol* kk 58 CDR Censorinus A has huge boulders all around the rim 
of it, falling on the inside and outside. 

Ok Ok 1»5 OU LMP Okay. I've got Maskelyne right here, off my right 
side. We're coming up on Boot Hill, which is very 
easy to distinguish, and Maskelyne. And I see the 
craters that are going to lead us right into the - 
right into the landing site. 

Ok Ok U5 17 LMP (Cough) We've got Duke Island on the left just 
past Boot Hill, and we're coming up - I've got 
Wash Basin, just off my right arm. Very easily 
distinguishable . 

Olt Ok 45 33 LMP Tom ought to have Sidewinder Rille coming up on the 
left - Tom, give me that — - - 

Ok Ok 1*5 36 CDR Here it comes. 



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Ok OU 1*5 37 LMP 

OU Ol* 1*5 38 CDR 

Ok ok U5 1*3 IMP 

Ok Ck U5 56 LMP 



Ok Ok k6 15 IMP 
Ok Ok k6 18 CDR 



Ok Oh h6 32 LMP 

Oil Ok k6 39 CDR 

OU OU U6 UO LMP 

Ok Ok k6 kk CDR 

OU Ok k6 55 LMP 

Ol* Ok k6 57 CDR 

OU Ok kl 09 IMP 

Ol* Ok kl 3k CDR 

OU OU 1+7 35 IMP 



Maskelyne. 

What time do we pitch over, 11:1*0? 



Okay. I've got- Diamondback. Diamondback Rille is 
very easy to see. These rilles look like they may 
be as much as a couple of hundred feet deep and 
very smooth. The surface actually looks very smooth, 
like a - >like a very wet clay but - but smooth , 
vith the exception of the bigger craters . 

Ch, Tom. Let me get a picture of these rilles. 
Diamondback. 

Here. Sidewinder Rille is rounded on the edges. 
It is flat under, and smooth in the bottom. The 
ridges are definitely round; it doesn't look like 
the sides are upturned. Okay. I've got Moltke up 
there on the left. We're coming into the site. 

Okay. The best description I can give you of these 
rilles is of a dry - a dry 



a dry river out in - out in Rev Mexico or 

Arizona someplace. 

Hold it, go VOX. Okay. Here we are coming up on 

the site. ... Moltke on the left - - 



there's plenty of holes there, but there are 

a few smooth areas. 

The ... . Okay, we Just went over crater number 12. 
... landing site, Tom's got Moltke right out his 
left - right. Take a picture of that, babe. 



. . . almost like you could reach out and touch 
Moltke, and we're going just about right over the 



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landing site right this moment, and it's - A lot 
of - a lot of rounded-off craters , a few fresh ones , 
but basically, it looks pretty smooth, like gummy 
grayish sand. 

Oh Ok kj 51 CDR Okay. My camera ... took so many pictures. There's 
still lots of .small craters down there, but I'd say 
you have about 30 percent of the area that looks 
free. About 30 percent. So if you've got hover 
time, you can probably make it. 

Oh Ok U8 03 LMP ... I am, John, I'm in DOWN VOICE BACKUP. 

Ok Ok US 12 CMP ... He's in DOWN VOICE BACKUP. 

Oh Ok 1(8 13 CDR Okay. 

Oh Ok U8 Ik IMP We're just going over the landing site right now, 
and we should be coming up on Ritter - Sabine and 
Ritter and then Schmitt. 

Oh Ok U8 25 CDR Okay, herr is US 1. US 1 has got a rounded side. 

and it looks like the whole thing is slumped down 
an even amount , like it is a huge — 

Oh Ok 1»8 33 IMP Man, that must be - Tom, that must be seven - that 
must be a thousand feet wide. 

Oh 0U k& 39 CDR Yes. US 1 is a good - oh, about a good mile - a 

thousand feet to a mile wide - even a couple thou- 
sand feet to a mile wide. And the whole thing is 
slumped down. And the ... is still pretty pock- 
marked with craters , but it looks like you could be 
able to set down there. 

Ok Ok l»8 56 CDR We're going to phasing attitude. 

Ok Ok US 58 IMP Okay. 

Ok Ok k9 Oh CMP Okay. 

Ok Ok k9 05 IMP Goddam film pack failed. I'm so fed up with this 
stuff failing. 

Ok Ok U9 10 CDR Hey, Gene-o, what's the phasing attitude? 



^QblFinFNTIAI 



ou OU 


1*9 


11 


IMP 


Okay. 


Oh Oh 




13 


CMP 


Go ahead. Over. 


Oh Oh 


1*9 


15 


IMP 


Okay. Let me - - 


Oh Oh 


h9 


17 


CMP 


... I read you loud and clear ... 


Oh Oh 


h9 


2h 


IMP 


... this right now, Tom. 


Oh Oh 


h9 


55 


IMP 


... you know, this goddam film pack failed on me? 


Oh Oh 


h9 


58 


CDR 


My Hasselblad just failed! 


Oh Oh 


50 


02 


IMP 


Oh, I tell you, babe, that's something. Okay. 


Oh Oh 


50 


05 


CDR 


Ooh, look at that. 


Oh Oh 


50 


08 


IMP 


... I don't have anymore - 


Oh Oh 


50 


11 


CDR 


. . . what happened to my control system? 


Oh Oh 


50 


13 


IMP 


I don't know. Why? 


Oh Oh 


50 


19 


CC 


Snoop, Houston. We're reading you about 3 by now 
... the burn. Over. 


Oh Oh 


50 


27 


CDR 


Roger. We're going to phasing attitude. 


Oh Oh 


50 


32 


CC 


Roger. And you're GO for the burn. 


Oh Oh 


50 


3U 


CDR 


Yes, and you can't imagine the position we can see 
these things , pitched way down like this . Looks 
like we're not very far above them. It's fantastic. 


Oh Oh 


50 


hi 


IMP 


(Cough) Okay, babe. You might try and get your 
helmet and gloves on. I went through P30; we're 
all good there again. 


Oh Oh 


51 


18 


IMP 


What's your attitude, babe? Oh, it's getting dark. 
I thought we were pointing up in the air. 


oi+ oi+ 


51 


26 


CDR 


... hurry up and get this burn. 


Oh Oh 


51 


1+2 


CDR 


Son of a - ~- - - 


Oh Oh 


51 


53 


LMP 


We is been down among them, babe. 



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We got to start doing that earlier. 








Tom ^ you read me? 




52 09 




I'm. reading you. You read me? 










ok ok 


52 13 




Okay. Help — 


ok ok 


52 19 


LMP 


Okay , you can go into kO . 


ok ok 


52 20 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok ok 


52 3k 


CDR 


It's okay. VERB 06, NOUN - minus 16710 and minus - 


ok ok 


52 1*5 


LMP 


Plus 167 - - 


ok ok 


52 1*6 


CDR 


Plus I67.IO 




52 1+8 








52 1*9 




— — minus 5 8.0. 


ok ok 


52 50 


LMP 


Okay. - 


ok ok 


52 51 




PROCEED Yes we'll do an AUTO maneuver. 


ok ok 


52 57 


LMP 


VERB 70 - Okay, you should have called VERB 78 in 
there, babe. 


ok ok 


53 02 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok ok 


53 1+3 


CDR 


Okay, ll-minute check - - 


ok ok 


53 1*5 


LMP 


Tom, the AGS is good for a takeover. The AGS is 
good for a takeover. 


Ok Ok 


53 5U 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok ok 


53 56 


LMP 


Okay, let me open and close this breaker. Okay? 
Okay, T.P., we've got to get something out of this 
burn. ENGINE GIMBAL ENABLE. 


ok ok 


5U 08 


CDR 


ENGINE GIMBAL ENABLE. 



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Ok Ok 5k 09 IMP THROTTLE, MIN. 

Ok Ok 5l+ 10 CDR THROTTLE'S coming to MIN. 

OU OH 5h 12 IMP THROTTLE CONTROL, AUTO. 

OU Oh 5k 16 CDR THROTTLE CONTROL is AUTO. 

OU Olt 5U 18 IMP MANUAL THROTTLE, COMMANDER. 

Ok Ok 5k 19 CDR Go. 

OU Ol4 5U 21 IMP BALANCE COUPLE, ON. 

OU Ok 5k 22 CDR Go. 

Ok Ok 5k 25 IMP DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE COMMAND, OFF. 

Ok Qk 5U 27 CDR Go. 

OU OU 5U 29 IMP Engine pushbuttons all reset. 

Oh Ok 5k 31 CDR Yes. 

Ok Ok 5k 3k IMP Abort pushbuttons all reset. Okay, STAB/CONTROL: 
DECA POWER, CLOSED; and AELD, CLOSED. 

OU Ok 5k k2 CDR Okay. STAB/CONTROL: DECA POWER, CLOSED and 
AELD, CLOSED. 

Ok Ok 5k k6 IMP Okay, EPS INVERTER number 2, CLOSED. 

Ok Ok 5k k9 CDR That's over there. 

Ok Ok 5k 51 IMP .No, it isn't 

Ok Ok 5k 52 CDR EPS INVERTER number 

Ol» Ok 5k 53 IMP INVERTER number 1, CLOSED. I'm sorry. 

Ok Ok 5k 55 CDR Okay. 

Ok Ok 5k 56 IMP You got it? 

Ok Ok 5k 51 CDR Yes. 



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Ok oU •jk 58 


IMP 


Okay, DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE coming CLOSED. AELD 
coming CLOSED. ABORT STAGE coming CLOSED. 


Ok Ok 55 11 


LMP 


Okay, Tom, DELTA-V to go is less than 5, we'll RCS 
to zero, 3 MAX. If DELTA-V to go is less than 25 
but greater than 5» we've got to stage in RCS to 
zero. 


Ok Ok 55 23 


CDR 


Yes. 


Ol* Ok 55 2k 


LMP 


If DELTA-V to go is greater than 25, we got to 
stage and APS it to zero. Okay? 


Ok Ok 55 28 


CDR 


Right . 


Ok Ok 55 29 


LMP 


Now if we have to go to AGS - APS, I've got the 
staging procedures and everything right here. 


Ok Ok 55 3 1 * 


CDR 


Yes. 


Ok Ok 55 35 




After — after turning — if ve stage, we'll stage 
it, hum it at AGS, and go. 


Ol* Ok 55 39 


CDR 


Okay. 


OU OU 55 kO 


LMP 


If we burn the ascent engine, we'll burn it in AGS 


Ok Ok 55 kk 


CDR 


2 minutes. 


Ok Ok 55 **6 


LMP 


Have you got your radar - 


Ol* Ok 55 ^8 


CDR 


Landing radar is still on. 


0»» OU 55 50 


LMP 


You ought to pull that breaker. 


Ok Ok 55 51 


CDR 


No. it stays on until after this. We do a VERB 79 
afterwards . 



Ok Ok 55 58 LMP Alright. 

Ok Ok 56 11 CDR • 2 minutes. From final PROCEED. We're there. ENTER. 

Okay, 01:^6 to go. Alright, phasing is 176 feet per 
second. Okay. 01:30, Gene-o. 

Ok Ok 57 10 LMP Okay, babe, 01 :lk to go. 



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Ok Oh 57 13 CDB Yes. We'll go on VOX so you can read it. 

Ok OU 57 2k IMP How do you read? ... cut out, but I assume it's 
loud and clear. Okay, Tom, coming up on - 
35 seconds, ENGINE ARM, DESCENT. DEAD BAND MIN. 
You're in AGS. A-okay. On AUTO on the AGS; 
there's your AGS needle. Attitude's looking good. 

Ok Ok 57 50 CDE DSKY blanks; hit the PROCEED at 5 seconds. 

Ok Ok 57 55 IMP Okay, babe, the AGS is looking good. There's your 
AGS attitude 

OU Ok 57 58 CDR We'll trim the - - 

Ok Ok 57 59 IMP You're in good shape. 

Ok Ok- 58 03 CDR Standing by to start it. 

Ok OU 58 Ok IMP Okay. And I'll trim out the burn. 

Ok Oh 58 05 CDR Okay, here we go for 26 seconds. . 

OU Ok 58 09 IMP Burn time is 

Ok Ok 58 11 CDR U0. 

Ok Ok 58 12 IMP - ~ U0 seconds. 

Ok Ok 58 13 CDR Okay, stand by to proceed. 

Ok Ok 58 ll* IMP Okay, I'm ready. 

Ok Ok 58 15 CDR ... ullage 

0^ 0l» 58 20 IMP Flashing 99- 

OU Ok 58 21 CDR PROCEED. 

Ok Ok 58 22 IMP 99-, PROCHKD. There's ullage. 

Ok Ok 58 26 CDR Okay, throttle's up. That's okay. Let it go. 

. '* . We're burning. Okay. 

OU Qk 58 -3k IMP We're burning, John, we're burning! 



1 LUUIIULIITIiiU ^ 



oi* ou 58 


37 


CDR 


Go to throttle up. 


OU oh 58 


1*1 


IMP 


Watch the GIMBAL light. Forget a"bout it, "bate. 
ENGINE GIMBAL light, but everything's good. 


oh oi* 58 


1*7 


CDR 


We're still burning. 


oi* 01* 58 


l>8 


IMP 


Still burning, 1U9 to go. 


qIj ou 58 




CDR 


26. Ohhh. 


OU Oh 58 


51 


IMP 


Okay, throttling up. 127 to go. 


OU 01* 58 


57 


CDR 


How's the attitude? 


Olf ou 58 


58 


LMP 


107 to go. 


OU 01+ 58 


59 


CDR 


Good. 


Ok Oh 59 


00 


IMP 


86 to go. hO to go. 20 to go - 


OU OU 59 


oi* 


CDR 


Oh, brother. 


0l» OU 59 


05 


IMP 


SHUTDOWN ! 


OU OU 59 


09 


CDR 


Got the power off. 


OU OU 59 


11 


IMP 


Okay, Tom, there's 1.5 'feet per second. Let me null 
it out. Let's go to AGS, ATTITUDE HOLD. 


Oh Oh 59 


15 


CDR 


Okay. Okay, ve'll go to AGS - 


Oh Oh 59 


19 


IMP 


AGS, ATTITUDE HOLD. 


0l» Ol* 59 


21 


CDR 


Okay. Go. Hold it. Something's wrong here. 


ol» Oh 59 


29 


IMP 


' We're' MIN DEAD BAND. That's good. Let it go right 
here. That's good. 



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Ol+ Ok 59 38 IMP ^Let me get those. 
Ok Ok 59 39 CDR I'm going to wide deadband. 

OU OU 59 U3 LMP ... two, minus point - plus 0.2, minus 0.5, and 

minus "0.9. The burn's good, John. 

0U Ok 59 57 CC 

Ok Ok 59 59 LMP Roger. 

0U 05 00 00 CDR It looked real good, and the burn was steady. We 

had the DESCENT QUANTITY light on twice; we had 
the ENGINE GIMBAL light on, the master warning 
and all those good things, but we just passed 
right on. Over. 

0k 05 00 09 LMP Okay. VERB 82, ENTER. Okay, Tommy Okay, 

Houston. We're in a 190.8 by 11. 8. 

■Ok 05 00 30 LMP Okay, Tom, verify your ENGINE ARM, OFF. 

Oil 05 00 33 CDR Yes, ENGINE ABM, OFF. 

0k 05 00 3k LMP PROP QUANTITY, OFF. 

Oil 05 00 35 CDR PROP QUANTITY coming OFF. 

Ok 05 00 38 LMP Okay, babe, you can - Let me take my helmet 

and gloves off. 

0U 05 00 k2 CDR Let me get the DECA GIMBAL open. Let's get a 

VERB 79. 

0k 05 00 kk LMP - I got it. 

0U 05 00 U6 CDR Good. And I'll get the landing radar. 

0k 05 00 k9 CC Snoop, Houston. We missed the VERB 79- 

0k 05 00 53 CDR Roger. It just went in. 

0U 05 00 57 CC Okay. We got it. Thanks, Tom. 

0U 05 01 00 CDR How's the pressure doing? Oh, I guess it's just 

does . 



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01+ 05 01 03 cc/ 
Ok 05 01 12 LMP 



Ok 05 01 29 CC 

Ok 05 01 32 CDR 

j Ok 05 01 It 3 IMP 

! 

; ok 05 01 k9 CDR 

j Oil 05 01 57 LMP 

Oh 05 01 58 CDR 

Ol* 05 02 00 LMP 

Ok 05 02 06 CDR 

Ok 05 02 15 LMP" 

Ok 05 02 36 CDR 

OU 05 02 37 LMP 

Ok 05 02 38 CDR 

Oh 05 02 39 CDR 



Hey, Snoop; Houston. The COMM is really great 
and we got all our data now. During the good 
part, though, boy, you were way down in the mud, 
but everything is copacetic now. 

Charlie, I - I fought with the S-band antenna to 
get it for you, but it's the best I could do and 
I got you the strongest strength OMNI when we 
were down there. And then after we passed, I 
gave S-band another try and we came in good be- 
cause I thought you'd want to see the burn. 

We appreciate it. Thanks much, Snoop. It looked 
great . 

And, Houston, this is Snoopy. You'd like to know 
that we've taken so many pictures that both cam- 
eras have failed on us. Over. 

Okay, Tom, we want to do some tracking. You got 
your - you got this yaw maneuver, put your REN- 
DEZVOUS RADAR breaker IN. 

Yes. Okay. Okay. 

You got your RENDEZVOUS breaker IN? 
Yes. 

Okay. And you go to - go to 120 upside down. 
And you're probably in - Oh, you're in inertial 
now, aren't you? 

Yes, that's where I am. 

And here's where the AGS thinks it is, Tom. The 
AGS needles - AGS needles give you a hack on 
where it is. Yaw 180 and pitch down 90 and ... 
Okay, Tom. Clean up your breaker panel. PGNS, 
LANDING RADAR, OPENED? 

Yes. 

STAB/CONTROL: DECA POWER, OPEN? 
Yes. 

AELD, OPEN? 

• ^-CONFIDENTIAL - 



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OU 05 02 U0 
OU 05 02 lH 
Ok 05 02 U2 
OU 05 02 U3 

Ofc 05 02 59 

0^ 05 03 Oh 

Ok 05 03 05 

'OU 05 03 06 

OU 05 03 10 CDR 
Ok 05 03 15 LMP 



OU 05 03 22 
OU 05 03 39 
Ok 05 OU 00 

Ok 05 OU 10 
Ok 05 OU 11 
OU 05 Ok 12 

OU 05 Ok 35 
OU 05 OU 37 
Oi+ 05 OU 39 



CDR 
LMP 
CC 

LMP 
CDR 
CC 

CDR 

. LMP 
CDR 



CDR Yes . 

LMP INVERTER number 1, OPEN? 

CDR Yes . 

LMP Okay, my DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE is coming OPEN. 

My AELD is coming OPEN. My ABORT STAGE is coming 
OPEN. And I'm going to disconnect the batteries; 
stand by. That one's above? 

CDR Yes. 

LMP Pretty good bird, you know it? 

CDR Yes. 

LMP Okay, how about RCS?. What nave we got, quantity- 

wise? 92 and 82. 

Yes, we've been hosing it out. These - these 
needles aren't nulled. They get all that tracking 
down there and 

Fine, that's no problem, babe. Piece of cake. 
Waiting for - to get to that attitude and we'll 
pick up P20 ... 



Looking at 120 upside down. 

Charlie Brown, Houston. We have a backup inser- 
tion pad if you are ready to copy. Over. 

. . . manual . 

We're not near it there. 

... backup insertions: SFS, G&N, NA down to 
NOUN 33. NOUN 33 is 102:58:01.00, plus 01700 - - 

... you didn't give me AGS. 

I gave you AGS ~ AGS needles right here, Tom. 




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Ok 05 Oil Hi CC 

0U 05 Ok 1*2 CDR 

0U 05 Ok 1*3 CC 

Ok 05 OU 1*1* LMP 

01* 05 Ok 1*6 CC 

Ok 05 Ok 1*8 CDR 

Ok 05 Ol* 1*9 LMP 

Oh 05 OU 51 CDR 

Oh 05 OH 56 CC 

OU 05 05 26 LMP 

Oh 05 05 27 CC 

Oh 05 05 28 CDR 

OU 05 05 29 LMP 

Ol* 05 05 32 CDR 



- - zero, zero - - 
Good. Leave them there. 

- - 10 - - 

... the AGS thinks it is. 

- - 180 

Yes. Put it back there so I can 

Okay. As long as you don't go to MODE CONTROL, 
you're alright.. You can leave it in there. 

Oh, yes. Not about to. 

- - and the DELTA-V q is 01718. Rest of tha pad 
is NA. Your ullage is four jet, 10 seconds. Got 
a CSI time: a 103:M*:00, TPI time 105:33:00 - - 

That's exactly what we called for. 

with an N equal to 1. Over. 

There he is. 

Okay. See if you can get them - - 
1 got him in the reflector. 



Day 5 
Tape 



......... ^M^T.A.^ 



Oil 05 05 3k 


IMP 


Ok 05 05 36 


CDR 


0l+ 05 05 38 


CMP 


Oh 05 05 51 


IMP 


Ok 05 05 52 


CMP 


Ok 05 06 03 


IMP 


OU 05 06 Ok 


CMP 


Ok 05 06 16 


IMP 


Ol» 05 06 17 


CMP 


OU 05 06 20 


CC 


Ok 05 06 30 


IMP 


OU 05 06 1+0. 


CDR 


Ok 05 06 »*1 


CC. 


Qk 05 06 k2 


IMP 


Ok 05 06 1*3 


CC 


Ok 05 06 52 


IMP 


Ok 05 06 58 


CDR 


01+ 05 07 01 


CMP 


OU 05 07 02 


IMP 


oU 05 07 05 


CC 



Just get the signals. You got your radar breaker 
in? 

I've got the AC. 

SPS, G&H: not applicable, down to time of burn: 
102:58:0100, plus - - 

See if you can get him. 

01700, plus all balls, minus 0710, 180, 262, 

002, DELTA-V c 07 - 01718 - - 

Yes, it's on AGS on your ball, babe. 

- - jets, 10 seconds. CSI: 103:M»:00, 
TPI 105:33:00, N equals 

There it goes. 

- - one. 

Good readback, Charlie Brown. 

As soon as you get him, go to LGC and we'll 

Okay. 

Charlie Brown - - 
Here it comes. 

- - Houston. Confirm DELTA-V c and NOUN 8l: 
minus 00710. 

Want to try and let P20 do it? Let's let P20 
try it. Go to LGC. 

Okay. Hang on. This thing should be boresighted 
in. 

Minus two balls, 710. 

That's enough. Why don't you try and let P20 try it? 

Okay. Fine. You have been breaking up a little 
bit, John. We missed one of those zeros. 



r"~ n ^ J£1 OF M T IAL^ 



Day 5 - P&6 e ^9 
Tape 10-03601 



OU 05 07 09 CDR Jose, are you .pitched up? 

Ok 05 07 16 CMP That's affirmative ... 

Ok 05 07 18 CDR Yes, he didn't pitch up . . . 

OU 05 07 20 CMP I'm on pitch stop. I'm in tracking attitude right 

now. 

Ok 05 07 21 LMP Why don't you go to LGC, and let him try it, babe? 

Go ahead. 

Ok 05 07 1*5 CDR Hey, John. You may have to go down and reset that 

rendezvous radar transponder. Over. 

Ok 05 07 57 LMP There it comes. Hold it, John. We're getting it. 

0l4 05 08 00 CDR (Coughing) 

Ok 05 08 16 IMP You alright? 

OU 05 08 17 CDR Yes. I got some insulation. 

Ok 05 08 23 LMP Okay, there's an update, babe. It's alright. 

Ok 05 08 31 CDR You want to try 

Ok 05 08 32 LMP Holy smoley. Look at that. 

OU 05 08 35 CDR Wh-oh. ' 

Ok 0 5 0 8 36 LMP Holy shiti 

OU 05 08 kO CDR Hello, Houston; Snoopy. 

OU 05 08 1+5 CC Go ahead, Snoopy. Over. 

OU 05 08 1*7 CDR Would you take a look at 06k9 and see what we got 
there? 

0l* 05 08 5U CC Roger. We're looking at it. Stand by. 

OU 05 08 56 LMP The first one, the first one was a small number, 

-O.k and zero. 

0l* 05 09 02 CDR Did we put it - No, not - Don't let that son of a 

bitch update the vector. We've got a VERB 95 in it. 



^ 5 - Page iTO^f n^BHfi ^Uj^ 



Tape 10-03& 



Ol* 05 09 06 CC Roger. Copy. O.h and zero on the first. It looks 

like tig numbers now. 

0l+ C5 09 12 LMP It's updating his state vector anyway. 

Ok 05 09 15 CC Snoop, Houston. While we're looking at this, would 

you - are you ready to copy an insertion pad? Over. 

Oh 05 09 21 IMP That's affirm. I am, and I'd also like to give - 

you give me an update on AOS and sunrise. 

0l+ 05 09 31 CC Roger. Stand by. Your insertion pad: T ig 

102:55:01.1*0, minus 01832, plus all balls, minus 01235- 
DELTA- V R is 02209, 015, minus - Correction, roll 180, 

233, minus 0l8l8, plus all balls, minus 01255, rest 
of the pad is NA. Standing by for your readback. 

0k 05 10 39 LMP Okay. You got any word on that NOUN h91 We're 

•losing some tracking time we'd like to try out. 

Oh 05 10 56 CC Roger. Stand by. We want you to reject that mark 

with the big numbers, and stand by on the others. 

Oh 05 12 06 LMP No, not VERB 1*9, babe, 

0U 05 12 10 CDR Oh. 

0l* 05 12 11 LMP . God damn! I don't know what that did. 

0U 05 12 12 CDR I'm sorry ... 

0U 05 12 13 CC - - 101:37 - - 

0U 05 12 19 LMP See what that did. 

Oh 05 12 20 CC Sunrise time of 101:U0. Over. 

0U 05 12 2h LMP Okay, I got it. I don't know what - It'll be right 
here. It's right here. 

Oh 05 12 30 CC And, how's the P20 doing? Is it taking good marks? 

Oh 05 12 3l+ CDR "Start crew-defined maneuver." We don't have any. 

We don't have any - - 

0U 05 12 36 LMP Yes. It looks like it is - - 



^■gpwmpum in 11 1 



Ok 05 12 


37 


CDR 


Ok 05 12 


38 


LMP 


Ok 05 12 


39 


CDR 


Ok 05 12 


1*2 


LMP 


0U 05 12 


U6~ 


CDR 


Ok 05 12 


53 


LMP 


Ok 05 13 


10 


CC 


Ok 05 13 


11 


LMP 


Ok 05 13 


38 


CC 


Ok 05 13 


U6 


CDR 


Ok 05 13 


50 


LMP 


OU 0? 13 


5b 


CDR 


ok 05 lU 


03 


CC 


Ot 05 Ik 


05 


LMP 


Ok 05 it 


06 


CC 


OU 05 lk 


10 


CDR 


Ok 05 lk 


11 


LMP 


Ok 05 It 


17 


CDR 


OU 05 lk 


22 


LMP 


Ok 05 1^ 


51 


CDR 


Ok 05 15 


01 


CC 




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_ Tape 10-03601 

Ve're okay - - 

We just got our second mark and - wait a minute. 
It doesn't mean a thing. 

Yes. It looked good. It's 0.3 foot per second. 

That's the AUTO maneuver. We're okay. 

And 1*11 read the pad back if you'd like. Houston, 
are you ready for the pad? 



Okay. Insertion is 102:55:0lU0, minus 01832, plus 
all halls, minus 01235, 02209, 015, 180 233, minus 
01818, plus all balls, minus 01255, and that's it. 

Okay. That was a good readback. 

I want to do some Z-axis tracking. 

Instead of 82.5 down, your attitude is going to be 
changed, Tom. We're 123-5 down. 

Okay. See how the Z-axis tracks now. 

Snoop, Houston. We're satisfied - - 

What happened? 

with the way the rendezvous radar is updating 

the state vector in P20 now. Over. 

Z-axis 

Okay, Charlie. Thank you. 
That's Z-axis track. 

It's like moving a garbage car. around. 

Houston, Apollo 10. The Z-axis track - it now 
looks real good and real solid. 

Roger, Snoop. It looks good to us. Your range is 
coming right in there. 



Day 5 -'Page 172 
Tape 10-03601 

0U 05 15 0l+ CDR Roger. 

0U 05 15 18 LMP I'm only going to take one more mark, Tom, and then 

go into a P52. 

Oh 05 15 21 CDR Okay. Let's see vhat it is. NOUN 1+9, ENTER. See 

what we get there. Beautiful. 

Oh 05 15 26 LMP That's good. Find out where that last mark is, so 

we can terminate, and go into - I'll get one more, 
and get out of there. 

Oh 05 15 37 CMP Okay. I'm tracking you guys optically. You're 

really looking good. 

Oh 05 15 hh LMP Have you got our flashing lights, John? 

Oh 05 15 U6 CMP Yes. It's beautiful. 

Oh 05 15 55 LMP Houston, just for information, every time we lose 

track with the S-band antenna, and it happens to 
tang into the stops, it pops the S-band antenna 
circuit 'breaker on l6. It's done that about three 
times. But it appears to recover alright - - 

Oh 05 16 10 CC Roger. Snoop, Houston. That a normal - - 

Oh 05 l6 15 LMP - - and I'm going OMNI antennas at this time. 

01+ 05 16 20 CC Roger. We copy on the OMNI's, and that's a normal 

indication on the steerable: when it goes into 
the stops it will pop that breaker. 

Oil 05 16 35 LMP DOWN VOICE BACKUP. That's OFF; that's OFF. Okay, 

you got a hot mike, Tom. 

Oh 05 16 hi CDR Okay. 

OU Q5 16 hh LMP Okay, let's go on a VERB hi, NOUN 72, ENTER. 

Plus 00000, ENTER, plus 28300, ENTER. Tell me 
whether it's going. 

Oh 05 17 Oh CDR Radar is driving. Looks good. 

0U 05 17 ih LMP Alright. Pull your breakers. 

Oh 05 17 15 CDR Alright. RENDEZVOUS RADAR, DC, PGNS , OPEN. 

RENDEZVOUS RADAR, AC BUS A, OPEN. 



ok 


05 18 22 


LMP 


oh 


05 18 33 


cm 


ok 


05 18 35 


IMP 


oh 


05 18. 36 


CDR 


ok 


05 18 39 


IMP 


Qh 


05 18 he 


CDR 


ok 


05 18 hi 


LMP 


oh 


,05 1& 52 


CDR 


ok 


05 18 58 


LMP 


ok 


05 19 01 


CDR 


ok 


05 19 ok 


IMP 


oh 


05 19 06 


CDR 



t you#AoT LAMP breaker < 



01+ 05 17 27 LMP Got you#A0T LAMP breaker CLOSED? . 

Ok 05 17 30 CDR AOT LAMP, CLOSED. GO. 

Ok 05 l 7 h3 LMP And we call for Am-ux at this point. 

Ok 05 17 UT CDR Okay. Let me look at it. We're really using the 

fuel up on these maneuvers. 

Ok 05 17 57 LMP What's that look like to you? 

OU 05 17 59 CDR Okay. Roll is 211. That isn't bad. Pitch - that's 

Okay. Go to it? AUTO. Proceed. 

Ok 05 18 12 LMP Boy, it doesn't waste any time, does it? 

0k 05 18 ih 3DR This thing feels like a big garbage can. 

0U 05 18 16 LMP I tell you, it really does. Like it's banging 

against your head. 

Okay, I've got a reticle. That's a start. 
■Oh, there's the earth. 
(Cough) You got the earth again? 
Right there. Beautiful. 

Oh, magnificent, Charlie, or Joe, or Tom. (Laugh) 
God dang, that's unbelieveable , isn't it? 



Looks like it's hanging out there on a string where 
you could touch it . Where the hell ar.e we going? 

Go to Acrux. When you're there, you're there. 

Ob, man, are we there! This alignment's so good, 
it's - it's pathetic. 

Okay. You ready? We're going to go to 

Yes, that's good. Don't even trim it. 
Okay, I'm going to go to PGNS and PULSE. 



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Tape 10-03601 

OU 05 19 08 LMP Yes. 
Oh 05 19 12 CDR 

OU 05 19 13 LMP PNGS and PULSE. 

Oh 05 19 lU CDR I'm going to see what - - 

Oh 05 19 16 CMP Did you guys turn off your tracking lights? 

Oh 05 19 17 LMP No. Tell him ve've maneuvered. 
Ok 05 19 21 CMP 

OU 05 19 23 CDR We've just maneuvered to start tracking Acrux. 
Over. 

OU 05 19 26 CMP Okay. 

OU 05 19 30 LMP The reticle on this thing is really bad. It won't 
stay at - - 

Ok 05 20 00 CC Snoop, Houston. We read you about 3 by. Over. 

OU 05 20 03 CDR Roger, Houston. This is Snoopy, We're starting 

0 5 to mark on Acrux now for our P52. Over. 

Oh 05 20 12 LMP There's a Y, Tom. 

Oh 05 20 13 CC We copy - - 

OU 05 20 ih CDR Yes. 

Oh 05 20 15 CC - - in the P52. Over. 

OU 05 20 17 CDR Roger. 

OU 05 20 53 LMP Okay. 

OU 05 20 5^ CDR Okay. 

OU 05 21 17 CDR The batteries went dead. 

Ok 05 21 20 LMP The batteries what? 

OU 05 21 21 CDR On the Hasselblad went dead. 

0U.05 21 23 LMP I had a film pack that jammed! 




Day 5 - Page 175 
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Ok 


05 


21 


2k 


CDR 


Then the batteries went dead (laughter). Oh, well 


ok 


05 


21 


ko 


LMP 


Ready to mark what? Y? 


ok 


05 


21 


hi 


CDR 


MARK Y. 


ok 


05 


22 


02 


IMP 


Mark Y again? 


ok 


05 


22 


Ok 


CDR 


MARK Y. 


ok 


05 


22 


36 


IMP 


Mark Y again? 


ok 


05 


22 


37 


CDR 


MARK Y. 


ok 


05 


22 


k2 


LMP 


Boy, no wonder John's going blind. 


ok 


05 


23 


32 


LMP 


Either one? 


ok 


05 


23 


3k 


CDR 


Either one. 


ok 


05 


2k 


07 


CC 


Snoopy, Houston. To improve the COMM, we'd like 
you to go to S-BAND VOICE, and S-BAND ranging OFF. 
Over . 


ok 


05 


2h 


16 


CDR 


Roger. S-BAND VOICE, S-BAND ranging OFF. Over. 


ok 


05 


2k 


23 


LMP 


Don't try it now. 


ok 


05 


2k 


2k 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok 


05 




25 




And Charlie Brown Houston . When you lose the 
high gain, then go to OKNI Delta. Over. 


ok 


05 


2k 


28 


LMP 


That's what it calls for, right here. 


ok 


05 


2k 


1*2 


LMP 


.How does that look to you? We're still in AGS by 
the way, babe. 


ok 


05 


2h 


U8 


CDR 


It looks okay. 


ok 


05 


2k 


k9 


LMP 


Okay. Ready? 


ok 


05 


2k 


50 


CDR 


Ready? Go. 


ok 


05 


2k 


5k 


LMP 


It's going to go this way. 


bk 


05 


2k 


55 


CDR 


Yes . 



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Ok 


05 


25 


16 


LMP 


ok 


05 


25 


18 


CDR 


oh 


05 


25 


22 


LMP 



OU 05 25 27 CDR 

! Ok 05 25 28 LMP 

OU 05 25 U7 LMP 

Ok 05 25 5 1 * CC 

OU 05 26 00 CDR 

ok 05 26 05 cc 

Ok 05 26 09 CDR 

| oU 05 26 15 cc 

! OU 05 26 23 CDR 



oU 


05 


26 


l»0 


CC 


OU 


05 


26 


U3 


CDR 


oh 


05 


26 


h9 


CC 


Oh 


05 


27 


06 


LMP 



There it is, bigger than love. 
Coming in, too. 

Tom, that alignment we had: you know where the 
star is? The alignment we had is under the cross- 
hairs . 

Is that right? 

Under the crosshairs. That alignment we had was 
so good. 

They might want to change the antennas since we 
moved. I don't know. 



Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. How are you reading 
now? 

Roger, Tom. You're about 3 by now. A little bit 
better. Over. 

Roger, Charlie. I'm reading you loud and clear, 
here . Over . 

Roger. We - we have low bit rate, that's all, 
Snoop. When you get through your P52, we'd like 
your torquing angles. 

Roger. And on the first AUTO maneuver to the star, 
Houston, to Acrux, it put the reticle right on the 
very center of the star, there. So it looks like 
our first alignment was beautiful. 

Roger, Snoop. We copy. Over. 

And we're now marking on Antares. 

Roger, Snoop. Out. ' 

You know, John could really be going blind by the 
time he finishes this flight, aftar doing all this 
stuff. 



Oh 05 27 11 CDR 



Yes. 



ck 


05 


27 


33 


LMP 


Mark either, Tom? 


Qk 


05 


27 


3 1 * 


CDR 


Either one. 


Oh 


05 


28 






Did. you guys see that mark I Just "bought? 


Ok 


05 


28 


32 




Hello, Charlie Brown. Snoopy . Were you calling? 


ok 


05 


28 


3k 




No, I was talking to Houston. 


Ok 


05 


28 


38 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. Go ahead. Reading you 
about 3 toy. Over. 


Ok 


05 


28 


1*6 


CMP 


Roger. Did you see that mark I Just bought? With 
• the big DELTA— V and everything? Did you all read 
the data? 


ok 


05 


28 


58 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston. Say again. You're unread- 
able. 


ok 


05 


29 


03 


OTP 


Roger. I say again. Do you all read what I'm doing? 


ok 


05 


29 


07 


CC 


Roger. We see you're in P20. Over. 


ok 


05 


29 


12 


CDR 


Program alarm. Too many marks? Good, five. 


ok 


05 


29 


19 


LMP 


I probably marked on the same ching twice. What's 
that say? 


ok 


05 


29 


32 


CMP 


Roger. I Just bought a rather large optics mark 
and it brought it back up in the scope here. 


ok 


05 


29 


3U 


CDR 


More than five marks. Well, I figured you were 
marking like mad, here. 


ok 


05 


29 


37 


LMP 


Okay, I guess maybe that's right. 


ok 


05 


29 


39 


CDR 


I got to RESET. KEY RELEASE. 


ok 


05 


29 


1*2 


LMP 


Okay. And PROCEED. 


Ok 


05 


29 


1*3 


CDR 


PROCEED. 


ok 


05 


29 


1*1* 


CDR 


Beautiful. 


ok 


05 


29 


1*6 


LMP . 


Okay, you want to write those down, or you vant roe to? 



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oU 


05 


29 


51 


LMP 


Houston, the star-angle difference is four balls 
2. Houston, are you reading? 


Oil 


05 


30 


03 


CC 


Roger. Go ahead. Four balls 2 on the star-angle 
difference. How about the torquing angles? 


Ok 


05 


30 


09 


LMP 


Okay, minus OOI69, plus 00050, plus three balls 66. 


ok 


05 


30 


25 


CC 


Roger. We copy, Snoop. Out. 


ok 


05 


30 


30 


LMP 


Oh, hell. Let's do a real quick check here. 


ok 


05 


30 


36 


CDR 


What do you want? You want to check the COAS? 


ok 


05 


30 


ko 


LMP 


Yes. Do you want to check the COAS? 


ok 


05 


30 


141 


CDR 


Check the COAS, position 5. 


ok 


05 


30 


1*6 


LMP 


What star have you got out in front of you? 


ok 


05 


30 


kl 


CDR 


I've got the earth. Go get An - what about Antares? 



What did you just mark on? Antares? 



Ok 


05 


30 


51* 


LMP 


Yes. I just marked on Antares. 


ok 


05 


30 


55 


CMP 


What kind of rate you got, Tom? About 200 miles? 


ok 


05 


30 


56 


CDR 


Let's take it up to it. Ready? 


ok 


05 


31 


03 


LMP 


Cram it! Did I do that right? 


ok 


05 


31 


06 


CDR 


Ho, no, no. 


ok 


05 


31 


07 


LMP 


Why no, no, no? 


ok 


05 


31 


08 


CDR 


Call 52 again. 


ok 


05 


31 


09 


CC 


... Over. 


ok 


05 


31 


.10 


LMP ■ 


Give it approximate range. ( 


ok 


05 


31 


12 


CC 


Charlie Brown, Houston - Charlie Brown, Houston. 



We are satisfied with your P20. Your NAV's looking 
good to us. Over. 

0k 05 31 19 CMP Roger. It looks good to me, too. . 



~— UUNIIJIIMIIAL 1 



COhlElDEBSAL "V^lZxol 

OU 05 31 2k CC And, John, you are barely readable, about 2 by. 

Stand by. We might have an antenna problem. 

Oh 05 31 31 CMP Roger. We got one. I'll go to OMNI D. 

Oh 05 31 36 LMP Where' d that angle come from? 

OU 05 31 hQ CDR Forget it» ignore it, ignore it. 

Oh 05 31 hi IMP It shouldn't be in there; I'll try to zero it. 

OU 05 31 1*3 CDR Zero it. 

Oh 05 31 h& CC Charlie Brown, Houston - 

OU 05 31 50 CMP Houston. Charlie Brown. How do you read? 

Oh 05 31 53 CDR AUTO. 

Oh 05 31 5U CC Your COMM is pretty bad.' Did you copy, Charlie 
Brown? 

Oh 05 31 57 LMP Ready? 

OU 05 31 58 CC We are looking up your tailpipe; the COMM is pretty 
bad. 

01+ 05 31 59 CDR Yes . 

Oh 05 32 03 CMP Houston. This is Charlie Brown. OMNI D. How do 
you read? 

Ok 05 32 05 CC 

Oh 05 32 15 CC Charlie Brown. Houston. Go ahead. 

Oh 05 32 26 LMP You got it? 

Oh 05 32 27 CDR Yea. ... Hold on now, let's do 1. 

Oh 05 32 33 . LMP There it is, babe - oh, beautiful. How's it look? 

Oh 05 ?2 38 CDR A quarter of a degree down. 

Oh 05 32 39 LMP Why don't you just write it on there? 

Oh 05 32 U5 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. We'll have LOS at 101:36 - 



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OU 05 32 50 CDR Oh, I'll make it a third. 

Ok 05 32 51 CC over the hill at 102:22. And Snoop, LOS for 

you 101 - Correction, 101:37. AOS, 102:25- Over. 

Ok 05 33 Ok LMP If you're satisfied, terminate it. 

Ok 05 33 06 CDR Go - go back to POO. 

Ok 05 33 11 LMP Call it again, just right over it. Okay, Tom. 

Let's go to the attitude to find track, and 
we've got to track now again. At - -r 

Ok 05 33 25 LMP It's Snoopy, Roger, we got that. 

Ok 05 33 29 LMP We want to try and get a number of marks here. 

At minus 129, and how far are we now? The burn is at 
102:55, so we're at 120, so we want to go find it. 

0U 05 33 ^3 CC Roger, Charlie Brown and Snoop. As you are going 

over the hill, all systems are GO. We're all GO 
here on the ground, and it's looking great. Over. 

0k 05 33 51 LMP Thank you, Charlie. Snoopy 's GO here. Our P52 is 

complete. We're going to go pick up P20 again. 
Okay, Tom, if you want to find out where it is - 
Want to go to the target? I've got the AGS needles 
for you . 



0k 05 3k 


10 


CDR 


Yes, let's go to AGS. 




0k 05 3k 


12 


LMP 


Okay . 




0k 05 3U 


Ik 


CDR 


I'm in the - , 




0k 05 3k 


18 


LMP 


You want this in AGS? 




0k 05 3k 


20 


CDR 


No, I want it DAP first. 




Ok 05 3k 


22 


LMP 


Okay, now you can find out where it is. 
where it is . 


There's 


0k 05 3k 


2k 


CDR 


Okay, I'll go. Okay, I'm in DIRECT. I 

. to here . _ ■ ■ ^ . 


11 go down 


Qk 05 3k 


3k 


LMP 


Now on the 0RR rate ball at this time. 


What time 



is it, Tom; 101 :3k and it's normally been 10i:2U? 
I gucpp we're about 150 miles from John, huh? 



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OU 05 3h 57 CDR Yes. Hey, where' s the - 

Oh 05 35 02 IMP Hey, Charlie Brown, this is Snoop. I guess we're 

about 150 miles from you. 

OU 05 35 09 CMP Boger. 

Oh 05 35 10 IMP And our P52 is complete. We're coming over to 

start tracking on you. 

Oh 05 35 18 CMP Yes. I shew at 179.22 ... 

Ok 05 35 21 LMP Sounds right. 

Ok 05 35 23 CC Charlie Brown, this is Houston. Did you get your 

AOS/LOS times? Over. 

Oh 05 35 hS CDR Whewl How about some foodsville? 

Oh 05 35 52 IMP- I guess so, babe. I Just - I'm so sick and tired 
of these god-dang magazines failing. You know it? 

Ok 05 36 OU CDR Where's the food bag? 

Oh 05 36 06 LMP It's up in that two-man food bag. 

Oh 05 36 08 CDR I want to watch this come in. 

0U 05 36 13 IMP All we got left is a roll of interior film. 

Oh 05 36 17 CDR Everything else is gone? 

Oh 05 36 19 LMP I'll have to check. I can't get the damn thing to 

work at all. 

0U 05 36 hh CDR Okay, I guess we ought to talk for the record. 

What we observed as we came across the mare area 
into the landing site, the basic area looked fairly 
smooth - - 

Oh 05 36 51 IMP .Actually it looked amazingly smooth, Tom, I thought. 

0k 05 36 5h CDR It looked amazingly smooth, and it looks like ve 

have plenty of landing surface down - - 

0U 05 36 59 LMP I think you can land down there in and among those 

holes . 



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01+ 


05 


37 


00 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


05 


37 


29 


LMP 


This works after you jam that contact home, but 
you don't have time to jam a god-dang contact home 


Oh 


05 


37 


50 


CDR 


I can't hold my - the hose is floating up, you 
know it? 


Oh 


05 


37 


57 


LMP 


Boy, chicken again. And that water's good now. 


Oh 


05 


38 


01 


CDR 


Got bubbles? 


Oh 


05 


38 


03 


LMP 


No. Yes, there is. 


Oh 


05 


38 


20 


LMP 


Let's see, we've got to get some tracking on this 
guy. We're late now. 


Oh 


05 


38 


2h 


CDR 


■ Yes. Shit. 


Oh 


05 


38 


hi 


CDR 


That's the trouble with these darn air vents. 


Oh 


05 


38 


h6 


LMP 


05 55 02 - 1*2 


Oh 


05 


39 


2h 


LMP 


What do we have in the way of 70-millimeter f iln? 
Jack was saying we could strip the back side of 
that area - - 


Oh 


05 


39 


314 


CDR 


The Has s el - - 


Oh 


05 


39 


36 


LMP 


- - on top, the Hasselblad. 


Oh 


05 


39 


37 


CDR 


- - the Hasselblad went dead, babe! 


Oh 


05 


39 


39 


LMP 


The whole Hasselblad? 


oh 


05 


39 


ho 


CDR 


Just as I was - That's what I was bitching about, 
the Hasselblad burned out as I hit the landing 
site! That's why I was so freaking mad. 


Oh 


05 


39 


50 


LMP 


Are you kidding? 


Oh 


05 


39 


52 


CDR 


I'm not kidding. It's dead! 


Oh 


05 


39 


53 


LMP 


It doesn 't work at all? 


oh 


05 


39 56 


CDR 


No. 



CONRDENTTXr 



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Ok 05 1*0 Oh LMP 

Oil 05 hO 18 LMP 

Oh 05 1»0 39 LMP 

oU 05 in ih cm 

Ok 05 Ul 18 LMP 

OU 05 hi 27 CDR 

Oh 05 111 1*8 CDR 

Oh 05 Ul 50 LMP 

0l+ 05 1*2 12 LMP 

OU 05 1»2 56 LMP 

Oh 05 U3 1*9 CDR 

OU 05 1*U OU CDR 

OU 05 UU 09 LMP 

Oh 05 1*1* 23 LMP 
0l+ 05 1+1* 28 CMP 
Ol* 05 1*1* 30 LMP 
Oh 05 »*1* 3U CMP 
OU 05 Ul* 1*2 LMP 

Ol* 05 1*1* 1*5 CDR 
Ol* 05 1*1* 1*6 LMP 



On one of my magazines you have to ja - Look at, 
even now, you got to Jam it in. Look it. Mike 
goes out - there it goes. 

I'm so sick and tired of film that doesn't - that 
doesn't check out working beforehand. 

Boy, that ascent engine is going to be a kick in 
the - in the ass. 

There. Are you ready for it? 

Wait a minute. Okay, now I am. Go ahead. Do 
I put it in PNGS AUTO and let the Z axis track? 

Yes. Let me get near it, so it doesn't - 

What is it? 

Put it in AUTO TRACK,- Tom, and we'll call up 20 
again. 

It's been looking right at it , I guess, huh? 
Son of a gun, it did it again. 
Oh, sh - Reject that there. 

How about some fruit cocktail? Does that sound 



I'd love some. 

There's - there's a mark, Tom. 

Are you guys looking directly at me? Over. 

That's affirm. We're tracking on you now, John. 

Roger. I'm checking my lights. 

Tom, do I put it in Z-axis track here, or do you 
know? 

Go ahead, go ahead. 
Or do I take it out? 




J- 



Day 5 - Page lBh 
Tape 10-03601 

OU 05 UU UT CDR 

OU 05 kk 1*9 LMP 

OU 05 1*1* 50 CDR 

OU 05 1+5 06 LMP 

OU 05 1*5 15 CDR 

OU 05 1*5 16 CMP 

Ok 05 1*5 20 LMP 

Ok 05 1*5 23 CMP 

OU 05 1*5 28 LMP 

OU 05 **5 37 CMP 

OU 05 1*5 1*3 LMP 

Ol* 05 1*5 51 CMP 

OU 05 1*5 52 CDR 

OU 05 1*5 5l* LMP 

Ok 05 1*6 05 CDR 

OU 05 1*6 10 LMP 

OU 05 1*6 11 CDR 

— ::Olt$05 1*6 13 LMP 

Ok 05 1*6 lit CDR 



COtiEl&B^TTA^ 

Go to PGNS and AUTO. 
Okay. PGNS? 

You can track him in Z-axis. 

John, we're looking at 130 - almost 35 miles and 
305 feet per second. Look at that. 

Look at that fuel go. 

I copy 1339 0276. 

Oh, man, you're right on the noggin. 



We got - we got one horrendous update about the 
first mark, and then that's it, and everything 
is like 0.1 foot per second. 

That's beautiful. 

That Z-axis tracking puts you right on the old 
money. Have you got your flashing light on? 

Yes, ... 

I don't think he can see us. 

I don't think we can see that far - There's a 
little reflected light, but I don't - I don't 
think we can see it. Let me see that God-dang 
Hasselblad. I'm so fed up with the God-dang - - 

You can't do a thing, babe. It's burned out. 
Absolutely, the batteries went dead. I took the 
batt- 

Maybe it would work with the backup. 

NO, shit, it went dead, and I switched the bat- 
teries, around - - 

You switched batteries? 

You bet your life. I'm not going to hear you 
and the ground go u-n-n-h then u-n-n-gh. 



Day 5 - Page 185 
Tape 10-03601 



Ok 05 k6 18 LMP Hey, John, vould you believe that Tom's Hasselblad 

went completely out after all the Mickey Mouse of 
trying to get backs to work, and then my sequence 
camera has two tacks that you have to jam in, 
twist, and turn before they'll work, and when 
you're trying to do it in a hurry, there ain't 
any way. 



Ok 05 1*7 00 


CMP 


Look, sunshine. 


oU 05 1*7 01 




We're in darkness yet, sort of. Hey, yes, we're 
in darkness yet, John. We're coining up on sun- 


0U 05 1*7 28 




Tom let's take what pictures we can with this 
sequence camera. 


0k C5 J*7 30 


CDR 


. Yes. 


0U 05 U8 11 


CDR 


You got it open wide? 


OU 05 1*8 Ik 


LMP 


Yes, part way. Let me open it some more. 


Oh 05 1*8 16 


CDR 


It's awful dark down there. 


ok 05 kg 17 


LMP 


I felt like we could have got out and walked, 
you know it? 


oU 05 kg 20 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 05 kg k2 


CDR 


Gee, I'm sure glad we had every bit of - of sim- 
ulator time we've had. 


ok 05 kg U8 


LMP 


You bet. Okay. How does that look? 102:55. 
Okay, that's good. 


0k 05 50 13 


LMP 


Ch, there's that central peak, babe 


oU 05 50 ik 


CDR 


What one? 


ok 05 50 15 


LMP 


I'm trying to figure out where we're coming in. 


oU 05 50 30 


LMP 


How about minus 0183.2? That look good? 


OU 05 50 38 


CDR 


Yes. It's retrograde and up. 


ok 05 50 k6 


LMP 


Okay. How's that look? Okay? 



ok 


05 


50 


55 


CDR 


Yes. Leave about a 9 by k3 on the board. 


ok 


05 


51 


03 


LMP 


220.9 should be the total. 


ou 


05 


51 


12 


LMP 


How come we're tracking him upside down? 


OU 


05 


51 


lU 


CDR 


That's why we ended up started. Proceed. 


ou 


05 


51 


20 


LMP 


That's good. I don't have much film, babe. I 
want to take some of it coming back down. 


ok 


05 


51 


30 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 


05 


51 


31 


LMP 


Oh, that's great, babe. 


oh 


05 


51 


5»» 


LMP 


One more big burn, and then it's like Gemini. 


ok 


05 


51 


51 


CDR 


Yes. Like in the old days, Gene-o. 


ok 


05 


52 


00 


CMP 


You guys* did good, man. You're Just great! 


ok 


05 


52 


05 


CDR 


What did he say? 


ok 


05 


52 


08 


LMP 


John, just wait there for us. 


ok 


05 


52 


12 


CMP 


That machine of yours is working pretty good 
too, ain't it? 


ok 


05 


52 


13 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 


05 


52 


Ik 


LMP 


Sure is. 


ok 


05 


52 


15 


CDR 


Hey, do you still - k6.2 by 103. That's good. 


ok 


05 


52 


19 


CMP 


Say again. Over. 


ok 


05 


52 


21 


CDR 


Okay. How did your VHF ranging work, John? 


ok 


05 


52 


23 


CMP 


I have 130.5 by 3, by 2, by 


ok 


05 


52 


26 


LMP 


My God, look at that! That's great! 


ok 


05 


52 


28 


CDR 


Beaut i f ul . Beaut i ful . 


ok 


05 


52 


31 


CMP 


That's incredible. 


ok 


05 


52 


32 


CDR 


Yes. 



OU 05 52 U2 CDR John, you can't believe these thrusters in here. 

It sounds like somebody pounding on the side of 
a garbage can. The vhole thing creaks and moans. 

OU 05 52 50 CMP It what? 

Ok 05 52 52 LMP It's not a dull thud, like it is in the command 

module. It's like a big garbage can you're 
standing in the middle of and someone's banging 
on the lid. 

OU 05 53 00 CMP -Oh, boy, ... that sounds real bad. 

0U 05 53 Oh LMP Thank you, sir. I appreciate that. 

0l+ 05 53 07 CDR Here, we got to get some food, because it's going 

to get busy again. 

0U 05 53 11 CMP That's what it sounded like to me . . . Man, this 

lunar surface is . . . bunch of craters. 

0U 05 53 20 CDR Yes. 

0 U 05 53 23 CMP ... I feel like I was there with you. 

0l» 05 53 25 CDR Yes. 

0k 05 53 27 CMP I was getting a vicarious thrill by watching you 

; guys do the . . . 

0l+ 05 53 33 CDR Yes. We were right down there among them. Hey - 

0k 05 53 35 CMP I could see that. 

0k 05 53 36 CDR Hey, that new white crater - you know, Censorinus 
A, that Jack's interested in? 

0k 05 53 k0 CMP Yes. 

0k 05 53 kl CDR That thing has big white and black boulders , both 

on the inside and outside, and I mean they are 
huge. I'd estimate it'd be 80 to 100 feet in 
diameter, those boulders. 

0k 05 53 52 CMP Did you give a description of DELTA-V's and 

times? 

0k 05 53 53 LMP No, but I will. You want them? 



/ CON I 'l l J L I'W Al^. 



Ok 


05 


53 


59 


CMP 


Yes. 


oh 


05 


5k 


01 


LMP 


102:55:01.1(0. 


ok 


05 


5k 


10 


CMP 


GO ahead ... 


ok 


05 


5k 


15 


LMP 


Oh, DELTA-V, HOUN 8l, is minus 0183.2. 


Oh 


05 


5k 


23 


CMP 


Okay . 


oU 


05 


5k 


2k 


LMP 


Plus all balls and minus 0123- 5- 


oh 


05 


5k 


3k 


CMP 


Roger. Mine is l83» plus 0.2, plus all balls, 
and minus 0122.5. 


ok 


05 


5k 


k2 


LMP 


Right. Minus 123-5. 


ok 




5k 


1+7 


CMP 


And 102: 55:01. tO. 


oh 


05 


5k 


51 


LMP 


That's it, John. Do you have the CSI time that 
they gave us originally? 


oh 


05 


55 


02 


CMP 


Negative. Over. I need the CSI and CDH time; 
CSI and TPI time. 


ok 


05 


55 


10 


LMP 


Okay. The original one vas - CSI is 103: 1 »5:3 1 i. 


Oh 


05 


55 


19 


CMP 


Okay . 


ok 


05 


55 


20 


LMP 


TPI is 105:21:01. 


Oh 


05 


55 


27 


CMP 


Okay. 


ok 


05 


55 


30 


LMP 


Alright? 


Oh 


05 


55 


32 ■ 


CMP 


Got them. 


ok 


05 


55 


33 


LMP 


How is our home up there? 


ok 


05 


55 


35 


CMP 


It's too roomy for me. 


ok 


05 


55 


kl 


LMP 


Hey, Tom, we're - we're in fatsville on fuel so 
far. That's good. 


ok 


05 


55 


51 


CDR 


Well , you have to go .... 


ok 


05 


55 


58 


LMP. 


What are you using for a garbage can? This 



thing right here? 



Day 5 - Page 189 
Tape 10-03601 

Ok 05 56 03 CDR That's a good place. 

Ok 05 56 07 LMP Top - top row would be a good garbage can. 

Ok 05 56 09 CDR Yes. 

Ok 05 56 20 SC (Coughing) 

Ok 05 56 30 LMP I told Jack that ve were going to get a 

70-millimeter filmstrip of this back here but, 
babe, there's no way. We don't - The whole 
damn 70-millimeter camera quit, and two 
16-millimeter film packs may or may not work. 
One happens to be the interior film. 

0l+ 05 56 U9 CMP I'm with you, babe. I tell you, I've been so 

busy I wouldn't know if there's any ... down 
there or not. I might as well be back in the 
simulator. 

0k 05 56 57 CDR It's about the same here. 

0l+ 05 56 59 LMP I think you're with us. 

0^ 05 58 06 LMP That damn star - star is right smack in the 

center of that mother, babe. Right snack in 
the center. And your C0AS came out good, huh? 

0k 05 58 15 CDR Yes. A third of a degree down. 

0l* 05 58 18 LMP Boy. I tell you I was worried, when we didn't 

have radar to start this whole thing. 

0U 05 58 23 CMP Yes. Me, too. Boy, I ... really sound good. 

... right in the .... I'm sure. 

0k 05 58 35 LMP Probably is, John. We're reading 100 and oh - 

I guess - - 

0k 05 58 38 CDR/LMP 158 miles. , 

0k 05 58 51 CDR How are our ascent batteries? We got plenty - 

Are they off the line? We've got plenty of them? 



0k 05 58 57 



LMP They're back off. We've got 35 volts in them. 

. 3k in one and 35 in the other. ; . ; , 



OU 05 59 lh LMP Got one big thing to go - two big things - staging 

and. insertion. 



Oh 05 59 25 


LMP 


I'll tell you one thing, John. 1 f" ee l m °re at 
home standing up in here than I do laying dovn 
in there. I never did understand that. 


rtli n*c KQ 

Vh u> ?y j^- 




Roger , Gene • 


0U 05 59 ^7 


LMP 


I believe you could really go down and land with 
this bear. 


OU 05 59 51 


CMP 


I'm sure . . . 


Oil OS SO S7 
\jj j i 


LMP 


I think Tom and I were surprised. Weren't you, 
Tom? It is - it looks a lot smoother down there 
than I first thought. 


Oh 06 00 ho 


LMP 


That pisses me off so much that that camera 
failed, Tom. 


Oh 06 00 h2 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 06 00 U3 


LMP 


You changed the batteries and everything in that. 
Godl We ought to have someone's ass. And I 
know these film packs are not tried individually 
on the camera. 


OU 06 01 21 


LMP 


I guess we is going to go nice and high. Hey, 
we just pegged our range-rate meter. 


OU 06 01 25 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 06 01 31 


LMP 


That's where to stop, by the way. 


OU 06 01 3h 


CDR 


... for your auxiliaries. Beautiful. Okay. 


Oh 06 01 1*6 


cm- 


That ain't bad. 


0l+ 06 01 51 


cm 


Okay. What do you want to do now? 


OU 06 01 53 


LMP 


RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker, OPEN? 


Oh 06 01 55 


CDR 


Okay . 


OU 06 01 57 


LMP 


Yes, go to AUTO. RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker, OPEN? 


Oh 06 02 00 


CDR 


Yes. 



..jlGUHfilPITHTlAI 



ou 06 02 01 


LMP 


AC BUS breaker, OPEN? 


Oh 06 02 02 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 06 02 11 


IMP 


Knock minus kO minutes. I can't see that. I'll 
start - I'll connect the ascent batteries; start 
working on that. 


OU 06 02 2k 


CDR 




Ok 06 02 37 


LMP 


Sure be nice to know where the hell we are. 


OU 06 03 20 


CDR 


Want us to turn over? 


Ok 06 03 22 


LMP 


Can you read that clock up there, Tom? Insertion 
minus what? 


Ok 06 03 27 


CDR 


51. 


OU 06 03 28 


LMP 


Huh? 


Ok 06 03 30 


CDR 


51. 


. OU 06 03 31 


LMP 


50- 


ok 06 ok 06 


CMP 


Boy, if this thing isn't working like a charm! 
It's beautiful. 


Ok 06 Ok 33 




I'm glad to hear that. 


Ok 06 Ok 35 


CDR 




oU 06 ok 36 


CMP 


You know, it's ... You look like a bright star. 


Ok 06 0** k2 


LMP 


Where - where are we? 


Ok 06 Ok U3 


CDR 


We're up above him. Until we roll. 


Ok 06 OU U5 . 


LMP 


Oh, we're up above you, that's right. 


ok 06 0U-U7 


CDR 


Yes. 


OU 06 Ok 1»8 


LMP 


We're up - 


oU 06 0^ U9 


CMP 


You're up above at 201 miles. Man, this is good 



visibility. I mean to tell you. 



Day 5 - Page 192 
Tape 10-036Q1-'-'' 



0U 06 05 02 CDR You want some grapejuice? You want some 

0k 06 05 06 LMP I know where we are. No, I don't want anymore, 

Tom. 

0U 06 05 23 LMP 1 bet we could see Mm if - if - if we were 

looking a little while ago. No, I guess not. 

Oh 06 05 28 CDR No. 

Oh 06 05 37 LMP I know where we are, though, babe. 

Oh 06 05 hO CDR Great. 

0l+ 06 05 hi LMP Right here. 

0k 06 05 h2 CDR Let me get this food squared away. 

Oh 06 05 h6 LMP We're right here. I got these all picked out. 

This one, this one, this one; we're right here. 
And John, we're about going over the top of 297; 
that's at 150 East. 

Oh 06 06 02 CMP Roger. Gene-o , these things - these things don't 

operate like - out in frigging space like the 
simulator does. 

Oh 06 06 15 CDR Where are we at? 

0k 06 06 18 LMP Where's that monocular, Tom? 

0k 06 06 21 CDR Shoot! 

Oh 06 06 22 LMP God! I wish we had a camera. 

Oh 06 06 35 CDR Well, I don't know. 

Oh 06 06 38 LMP In your purse? 

Oh 06 06 1»1 CDR We went into the heat of battle trying to get 

i that camera. Here. 

0^ 06 06 51 LMP Thank you, sir. 

0k 06 07 11 CMP ' I tried ... you guys ... trunnion angle, now. 

This is just a beautiful day. 



■CONFIUbNimfr-^ 



: ok 06 07-19" 

ok 06 07 31 

ok 06 07 32 

OU 06 07 33 

Ok 06 07 36 

06 07 50 

0I4 06 07 52 

0^ 06 08 05 

I 
I 

1 ok 06 08 10 

\ ok 06 08 15 

01+ 06 08 18 
0!+ 06 08 19 

• Ok 06 08 20 

Ok 06 08 29 
Ok 06 08 39 
OU 06 08 k2 

ok 06 08 51 

OU 06 08 5^ 
Ol4 06 09 Ok 




Day 5 - Page 193 
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LMP Here's exactly where we are. Right here. Over 

on your side, you ought to have Ik , Tom. Big, 
big, "big crater. 

CDR Got it. 

LMP You got it? 

CDR Yes . 

LMP Yes, there it is, I see it from here. 

CDR Hey, vhy don't we pitch around for it? Okay. 

LMP And we don't have a God-danged 70-millimeter to 

shoot this with. That - 

CDR Let's see, we want to be tracking him later on, 

don't we? 

LMP Yes, at minus 36 minutes, we track him again, 

so we might just as well pitch down a little bit. 

CDR Yes, we'll pitch down and - 

LMP Roll over? 

CDR Yes. 

LMP (Coughing) Yes, that'd be better. Watch that 

roll on the 8-ball, though. 

CDR Yes, yes. 

CDR You want a brownie? 

LMP God, you're just all full of good food today. 

Thank you. 

CDR We've been busy, Gene-o. In darkness, time 

goes fast (laughter). 

LMP I'm not sure whether water's better in here or 

not. Did you see this? I'm going to take that 
back and give it to Jack. 

CDR Yes. 



- «fnmr | nn JT I AL » 



Day 5 - Page 19 1 * 
Tape 10-03601 • " 

0^ 06 09 08 CMP What did you guys do - pick up a rock? 

Ok 06 09 10 LMP No, this is Jack Lousma. I've got a United States 

Marine Corps big gold and blue and red emblem on 
my armrest. 

Ok 06 10 08 CDR We're coming straight down. There Jack's crater 

again. (Laughter) 

Ok 06 10 35 CDR Okay. You want to track Jose" - 

0k 06 10 Uh LMP Won't take so long to bring it up, when we do it 

next time. 

0k 06 10 57 CDR There's that one crater I shot so many times, 

that's got boulders on it? You see it? It's 
the little volcanic one, right there. See that 
rascal? 

0l* 06 11 06 LMP Yes. Now why don't you pitch up a skosh. Here, 

let me see if the - Oh, I was going to see the 
AGS to find out where you are , but - 

Qk 06 11 17 CDR Yes, go ahead. 

0k 06 11 20 LMP I will. Wait a minute until I finish this, 

0l+ 06 11 21 CDR I'm in mode - I'm in PULSE. Go ahead. 

0k 06 11 27 LMP Okay. 
0k 06 11 32 CDR AGS. Computer. 

0k 06 11 37 LMP Yes, there you go. There's this big one right 

down here. XV. 

0k 06 11 59 LMP You know, if your eyes were a photograph, it'd 

be great. 

0k 06 12 03 CDR I'm going to lock on. There's our landing radar. 

0k 06 12 05 LMP There's - 

0k 06 12 08_. CDR She's 50 degrees. 

OU 06 12 17 LMP You really have to be careful with this film, 

when you don't have any left. There's the one 
Jack marked that he wants. I'll get it for him. 



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Ok 


06 


12 


U3 


CDR 


Hey, when do we fire the helium tanks? 


ok 


06 


12 


1*7 


LMP 


Not yet, babe. 




06 




53 






Oh 


06 










Oh 


06 


12 


56 


CDR 


... go hungry . 


Oh 


06 








You hear that? That whistling sound? 


oh 


06 


13 


06 


CDR 


Yes. 






13 


07 




Whooooooo • Say your — — 


Oh 


06 


13 


12 




Did you hear that whistling sound, too? 


Oh 


06 


13 


1U 


LMP 


Yes. Sounds like - you know, outer-space-type 


Ok 


06 


13 


18 


CMP 


I wonder what it. is. 


ok 


06 


13 


20 


LMP 


Hey, Tom. Is your - is your insulation all burned 
off here, on the front side of your window over 
here? Right 


Oh 


06 


13 


27 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


06 


13 


29 


LMP 


Mine's all burned off. Isn't that weird - eerie, 
John? 


Ok 


06 


13 


3h 


CMP 


Yes, I got it, too. ... and see who was outside. 


Oh 


06 


13 


k5 


CDR 


You mark that set of features, Gene-o. I'm going 
to fix us some grapejuice. Okay? 


Oh 


06 


Ik 


10 


CMP 


Okay, man. I've got you 269 miles over the ... 
Man, that's ... that's just fabulous. 


Ok 


06 


Ik 


21 


LI-IP 


. . . into LGC . 


Oh 


06 


Ik 


2h 


CMP 


Roger. I'm ... 



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Ok 06 Ih 37 LMP There's the one Jack wants a picture of, over 

there. I'll get that one for him with this 
camera. Yes, these pictures that Orbiter took 
are fantastic. 

Ok 06 15 30 CDR Bet I'm locked on a side lobe. 

Oh 06 16 50 LMP Yes, we sure is getting high. 

0k 06 16 5k CMP Yes. 286 miles. Oh, this radar is . . . great. 

0U 06 II 02 CDR Yes . I got it . 

0k 06 17 05 CMP It's going to go right out to 310 miles. Just 

like we said. 

Ok 06 17 07 LMP Is it really? 

0U 06 17 09 CMP Yes. I'll tell you when you get to 297- You 

don't - you- don't know when AOS is ... do you? 

0k 06 17 22 LMP Yes, I've got it written down. AOS for us is 

102:25- (Cough) 

01+ 06 17 28 CMP It's 102:21 for me. 

0k 06 17 32 LMP Okay. U0 minutes, babe. I got to connect the 

ascent batteries. 

0k 06 17 38 CDR Okay. 

0U 06 17 1+7 LMP Okay. Stand by BAT' s 1 and 3, HIGH VOLTAGE, OFF/ 

RESET. BAT' s 1 - 

0k 06 17 56 CDR 2. 

Olt 06 17 58 LMP Boy, that sure is weird music. 

OU 06 18 01 CMP We're going to have to find out about that. 

Nobody will believe us. 

0k 06 18 07 LMP Yes. It's a whistling, you know, like an outer- 

space-type thing. 

01+ 06 18 10 CMP Yes. ... VHF-A ... 



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Oh 06 18 16 LMP 

Oh 06 18 26 LMP 

Oh 06 18 29 CDR 

OU 06 18 31 LMP 

Oh 06 18 h2 CDR 

Oh 06 19 01 CDR 

Oh 06 19 03 LMP 

Oh 06 19 11 CDR 

i 

I Ok 06 19 15 LMP 

Oh 06 19 17 CDR 

i Oh 06 20 02 LI-IP 

j ■ -Oh 06 20 28 LMP 

j OU 06 21 05 LMP 

OU 06 21 lh CDR 

Oh 06 21 3h CDR 

0*+ 06 21 hO LMP 

j Oh 06 21 1+5 CDR 

J OU 06 21 50 LMP 

j . Oh 06 21 51 CDR 

j Oh 06 22 13 CDR 

' oU 06 22 26 CDR 



Yes. I wouldn't believe there's anyone out there. 
Okay, Tom, I'm going to call up P20. 

We want to pressurize our APS here. You got your 
RENDEZVOUS RADAR breakers all IN? 

Oh, yes. I'm locked on to him. 

Okay. 

There may be a side lobe. 

It's weird, isn't it? 

Isn't that weird? 

I think that's a side lobe. 

Is it? Huh? 

Yes. 

See what happens now. 

It ain't doing, babe. Why don't you go ahead 
and lock on by yourself again. 

Shit, why don't you find them? Well, let me - 
let me do it this way, see whether it will find 
them. We got to get going here, we got to pres- 
surize and everything. 

Yes, I know it. 

P20 doesn't work worth a darn. 
Tom, why don't you get them manually. 
Okay. Okay, let's go up to POO, huh? 
Pick them up manually. 
AGS. 
. . . P20. 

That's where the AGS says he is, right? 



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Oh 06 22 29 LMP That's where the AGS says he is. 

OU 06 22 31 CDR You're DEADBAND , MIN? 

Oh 06 22 33 LMP Yes. The AGS is pretty good. Its state vector's 

updated. 

Oh 06 22 39 CDR Boy, this is - this is lots more sensitive than 

the simulator. DEADBAND, MIN? Okay. 

OU 06 23 03 CDR Look at that! John, are you still in track 

attitude, bahe? 

OU 06 23 22 CDR I'll bet we don't even 

Oh 06 23 2h LMP Hello, Charlie Brown; this is Snoopy. Do you 

read? 

Oh 06 23 33 LMP Hello, Charlie Brown; Snoopy. Do you read? 

Oh 06 23 Ul CDR No track. 

OU 06 23 hk LMP That's why this thing wouldn't track. Okay, 

let's pressurize, bahe. 

Oh 06 23 U7 CDR Okay , do you want to put your helmets and gloves 

on? 

OU 06 23 50 LMP Monitor your ascent helium pressure propellant 

temperature. . . 

Oh 06 23 57 CDR Okay. 

Oh 06 23 58 LMP Okay, ASCENT HELIUM, REG 1 and 2 , OPEN; talkback's 
gray. 

OU 06 2k 02 CDR Go. 

OU 06 2k Ok LMP ASCENT HELIUM SELECTS , BOTH. 

Oh 06 2k 06 CDR BOTH. 

Oh 06 2h 12 LMP MASTER ARM, ON. 

Oli 06 2k 13 CDR MASTER ARM, ON. 

Ok 06 2k 16 LMP HELIUM PRESSURE, FlrtE. 



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Ok 06 2k 38 CDR Okay , MASTER ARM coming OFF ... 

Ok 06 2k kO LMP I bet you still - Why isn't that pressure going 

down? And that one coming up. 

OU 06 2h U7 CDR Hello, Charlie Brown; Snoopy. 

Ok 06 2k 59 CDR We've got pressures. Don't we? 

OU 06 25 02 LMP Yes, but I want to watch it go up; I guess it's 

going awful slow. 

Ok 06 25 25 CDR Oh, look out there. Oh, if I only had a camera! 

Get it! Camera! 

Ok 06 25 30 LMP Oh, shoot! 

Ok 06 25 35 CDR f :11; f :11. You got f:k of those - those - 

Yes, now you've got f :11, yes. Beautiful. 

OU 06 25 53 CDR Hello, Charlie Brown; Snoopy. 

OU 06 26 19 LMP Son of a bitch, where is he? Hello, John, do 
you read us? 

Ok 06 2o 1+2 CDR Hello, Houston, this is 

Ok 06 26 1+5 CC Houston. Go ahead, there. 

' Ok 06 27 02 CDR I can't get radar lock. Hello 

Ok 06 27 06 LMP We ought to be able to call them now. 

Ok 06 27 07 CDR Hello, Charlie Brown; Snoopy. Do you read? 

OU 06 27 ll+ CDR Turning the MASTER ARM, OFF. 

Ok 06 27 19 CDR Hello, Houston. How do you read Snoopy? 

0*t 06 27 21+ CC Roger, Snoopy. Read you 5 by. Over. . 

Ok 06 27 26 CDR Roger. Would you ask Charlie Brown if he's ■ 

still in track attitude. I can't get any lock 
on at this distance out here. Over. 

OU 06 27 36 CC Roger. He had you - He broke lock at 3,20 miles 

on the VHF. Stand by. We'll ask him on his 
attitude. 



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0 U 06 27 CDR Roger. 

Oh o/ 2 l CC Charlie Brown, Houston. Are you still in tracking 

attitude? 

0U 06 27 U8 CMP Roger, ... 

Qh 06 2T 50 CDR They got it. 

Oh 06 27 51 CC Charlie Brovn, Houston. Are you - - 

Oh 06 27 53 CMP I'm in attitude l80, which is where I'm - - 

Oh 06 27 56 CC Roger. 

Oh 06 27 57 CMP - - supposed to be right now. 

**** cc ^ l ^^--J^Z-J^i^^ 

plan, 180 pitch. We got your ascent, looks good; 
ascent batteries look good. Over, 

Oh 06 28 16 CDR Roger, we have Just pressurized the ascent tanks, 

and they look good. 

Oh 06 28 20 LMP Tom, did - did we really - I'm not - I guess - - 

0k 06 28 2h CC If you'll' give us your computer, we need POO and 

0k 06 2o ^ ^ a gtate v£ctor for you> 

0U 06 28 29 CDR Okay. Zero, zero. 

Oh 06 28 3h LMP You've got it. 

Oh 06 28 36 CDR That's it. 

* as 3T » JJ^ - S£ - 

with that it didn't - 

nU 06 28 U3 CDR ... We couldn't get any lock on at all out here. 

0U 06 28 43 ^ ^ himj and he Just slowly fad ed out. 

«i n£ oR <;n rr Hello Charlie Brown, this is Houston. Charlie 

Oh 06 28 50 this is Houston. We show you loaded T. g 

incorrectly in P30. T. g is 102:55:01.^0. Over. 



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Oh 06 29 10 LMP Look at that, Tom. 

Ok 06 29 12 CC ' Correction, correction. Charlie Brown, that 

was my fault, T ig time is 102:58:01.00. Over. 

0k 06 29 25 LMP They changed? Oh, that's his T ig time. 

OU 06 29 1*2 CDR Okay, we got - 15 minutes from staging. 

0U 06 29 hk LMP Yes. 

Ok 06 29 52 CDR Okay, I've got to - I got to knock off the 

rendezvous radar and go to - to staging attitude. 
Okay? 

Oh 06 29 59 LMP Okay. 

0k 06 30 01 CMP Okay, how does that look to you? 

0k 06 30 03 CC Looks real fine, Charlie Brown. 

0k 06 30 13 CC Snoop, Houston. We got the load in. The com- 

puter's yours. Over. 

0k 06 30 17 CDR Roger, Houston. Thank you very much. 

0k 06 30 18 LMP Goddam this whole thing. 

' 0k 06 30 23 CDR And Houston, this is Snoopy. We've got about 

Ik minutes to staging. I'm going to go ahead 
and maneuver to staging attitude. 

0k 06 30 36 CC Roger. Snoop. We copy. Could you comment on 

your cameras? We 'might be able to help you out 
on those. Over. 

Oil 06 30 k2 CDR Roger. On the Hasselblad, it looks like the - 

both batteries have gone dead. Over- 

Oh 06 30 51 CC Copy both batteries dead on the Hasselblad. 

How about the sequence? 

0k 06 30 5k LMP I'll tell him in a minute. I'll tell in . a - - 

0U 06 30 57 CDR Okay. Okay, dump - We're on the ascent. I want 

to get over there, Gene-o. 



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Oh 06 31 02 LMP Okay, on the sequence, I got two film packs, that 

you have to practically Jam, wire, and step on 
to get them to make electrical contact so the 
camera will run. I've got one of them to run, 
and I'll try and get the other one to run. 

0U 06 31 19 CDR Okay. 

Ok 06 31 20 CC We copy. Thanks a bunch. We'll work on it for 

you. Over. 

Oh 06 31 23 LMP Yes, it's just hard to do that though; when you're 

coming across the landing site and you expect it 
to work. 

Oh 06 31 28 CDR Okay, let's recheck 30 again. 

Oh 06 31 32 LMP Okay, go ahead. 

Oh 06 31 33 CDR And Snoopy 's going to be maneuvering at this 

time. 

Oh 06 31 hi CC Roger. 

Oh 06 31 h2 LMP Open your RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker, Tom. PGNS 

and AC BUS. 

0U 06 31 hh CDR Yes, I've already got it open. Tried to get 

that MAX distance there locked on, but it just 
wouldn't - Oh, this time has gone fast, Gene-o. 

Oh 06 32 00 LMP Yes, it has. Okay, let me - we're right on. 

Let's get our helmets and gloves on, and then 
we'll go - we'll do - go through the cabin. 

Oh 06 32 hO LMP I'll get that out of your way. 

Oh 06 33 2h CDR Give me a hand there. Push on that. That's 

got it. 

0U C6 33 35 LMP It's right here to receive it. 

Oh 06 33 38 CDR Yes. Keep getting it - 

Oh 06 33 57 LMP Okay, Tom. Let me - let me call these out. 

Oh 06 3h 01 CDR Yes . 



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Oh 06 3U 08 LMP Help you with - Okay, I've got all the ascent 

0b ^ batteries on the line, and all the descent's OF*. 

Okay, T. P., I'm reading you. Okay, you ready? 

Ok 06 3k 27 CDR Okay. 

OU 06 31+ 28 LMP SUIT GAS DlVERTER valve, PULL-EGRESS. 

■Oh 06 3k 30 CDR Go. 

Ok 06 3k 32 LMP CABIN REPRESS valve, CLOSED. 

OU 06 3k 3k CDR Okay, stand by for another bang. Ready? 

Ok 06 31* 36 LMP Okay, I'm ready. Golly! Okay, DE - DESCENT 0^ 
CLOSED. 

Ok 06 3k k3 CDR DESCENT 0 2 is coming CLOSED. 

Ok 06 3k k^ LMP Okay, ASCENT 0 2 number 1, OPEN. 

Ok 06 3k 51 CDR OPEN. 

Ok 06 3k 52 LMP Okay, REG's A and B to EGRESS. 

Oh 06 3k 55 CDR REG A to EGRESS . B to EGRESS. 

Ok 06 3U 58 LMP Okay, WATER TANK SELECT to ASCENT. 

OU 06 35 06 CDR Oops! I need to - What the hell's wrong here? 

Ok 06 35 k9 LMP Okay, I'll check the ASCENT BATTERIES . Oh, I 

want them DEADFACE, Tom. 

01+ 06 35 56 CDR Okay. 

OU 06 35 5T LMP They are deadfaced. Okay, on your side. AC BUS 

A DECA GIMBAL, OPEN. 

OU 06 36 02 , CDR DECA GIMBAL is OPEN. 

01+ 06 36 03 LMP Flight DISPLAYS, THRUST , OPEN. 

Ok 06 36 05 CDR Go. 

OU 06 36 06 : LMP PROPULSION, DESCENT HELIUM REG/VENT, OPEN. 



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OU 06 36 08 


CDR 


Go. 


Ok 06 36 09 


LMP 


HEATERS, LANDING RADAR, OPEN. 


oU 06 36 11 


CDR 


Go. 


OU 06 36 12 


LMP 


STAB/CONTROL, DECA POWER, OPEN. 


OU 06 36 lh 


CDR 


Go. 


Ok 06 36 15 


LMP 


PGNS LANDIUG RADAR, OPEN. 


OU 06 36 IT 


CDR 


Go. 


oit 06 36 18 


LMP 


Okay, let's take another look at 



temperatures and pressures. Guess they look 
alright to me. 



Oh 06 


36 


25 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok 06 


36 


30 


LMP 


Try those. Okay. 


Oh 06 


36 


31 


CC 


Snoop, Houston. The APS looks good to us. Over. 


OU 06 


36 


31* 


CDR 


Roger . 


OU 06 


36 


35 


LMP 


Roger, Roger, Houston. We're about k minutes 
and 23 seconds from staging. Okay, Tom, and 
flip it out of here. The clock's set, and we'll 
go in the - 


Ok 06 


36 


51 


CC 


Snoop, Houston. Over. 


0^ 06 


36 


55 


CDR 


Go ahead, Houston. 


ok 06 


36 


57 


CC 


Roger. We copy 8 minutes to staging. Over. 


Oh 06 


37 


02 


CDR 


Roger. It's 8 minutes. 


0l» 06 


37 


03 


CDR 


MARK. 


Oh 06 


37 


ok 


CDR 


How 7:59, 58. 


Oh 06 


37 


06 


LMP 


That's affirm. We're with you. That was my 
mistake. It's - it's k minutes or 1*+ minutes 
to - Check - we're 8 minutes to staging, 7:50. 







Q&NIIUEI'IIIM ""t^M 


Oh 06 37 16 


CC 


Copy. Out. 


Oh 06 37 19 


LMP 


Just like to think ahead. 


OU 06 37 30 


LMP 


Okay, Tom. Staging attitude should be - you 
should be looking at 295 upside down. And I 
should. looking at about 2f0 upside down* 
And I'm going to call up VERB - 


Oh 06 38 02 


CDR 


Gene-o, I'll tell you, when that ascent engine 
fires, we'd "better he strapped down. 


Oh 06 38 08 


LMP 


That mother may give us a kick. 


ou 06 38 10 


CDR 


I think it will give you a kick. 


OU 06 38 1*6 


LMP 


Okay, Tom, if you get a chance, reset my ORB 
rate ball, will you, coming down? AGS agrees 
with the PGNS oh that one. 


ou 06 38 56 


CDR 


Okay. What's - 


Oh 06 38 57 


LMP . 


39, I'm way off now. 


OU 06 38 58 


CDR 


Okay. 


OU 06 39 00 


LMP 


I'm about 290. ... 


Oh 06 39 06 


CDR 


2U0. 


Oh 06 39 07 


LMP 


Okay, there's 270. Coming up on 2h0, A little 
more. That's good. Right there. Stop it. Okay 


OU 06 39 28 


LMP 


Okay, 15:3U, Tom. At ih minutes, you get the 
MASTER ARM, ON, and we'll leave it OK, remember, 
right on through the insertion burn. 


Oh 06 39 30 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 06 39 h2 


LMP 


And I'll set the DAP. 


Oh 06 39 ^5 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oh 06 39 U8 


IMP 


Matter of fact, if you stay in AGS, I'll go 
ahead and set it- now. 



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OU 06 39 52 


CDR 


Okay. 


OU 06 39 56 


CDR 


Okay, I'll go - 


oU 06 Uo 00 


LMP 


Okay. We're in AGS. • I'll set the DAP. 


Oh 06 hO 02 


CDR 


Okay . 


OU 06 hO 15 


CC 


Snoop , Houston. We have you go for staging. 
Over. 


oU 06 Uo 18 


CDR 


Roger . 


Oh 06 ho 20 


LMP 


Roger. Do you have an update on the LM weight? 


Oh 06 ho 29 


CC 


Roger, Snoop. Your LM weight is 8290. Over. 


oU 06 Uo 31* 


LMP 


Roger. Got 8290. Thank you. Hey, Tom, that's 
good enough for CSM weight. So, that's it, 
babe. 


OU 06 Uo 55 


CDR 


h minutes. 


oh 06 56 


LMP 


Okay . 


OU 06 UO 57 


CDR 


You going to have that sequence camera mounted? 


OU 06 UO 59 


■ LMP 


Yes . 



I 

! 



01+ 


06 


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03 


Oh 


06 


kl 


09 


Ok 


06 


kl 


13 


ok 


06 


kl 


17 


ok 


06 


kl 


18 


ok 


06 


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19 


ok 


06 


kl 


20 


ok 


06 


kl 


21 


ok 


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22 


ok 


06 


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23 


ok 


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2k 


ok 


06 


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25 


ok 


06 


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26 


ok 


06 


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27 


ok 


06 


kl 


28 


ok 


06 


to 


29 


ok 


06 


1*1 


30 


ok 


06 


Ul 


31 


ok 


06 


kl 


32 


ok 


06 


kl 


39 


ok 


06 


kl 


ko 




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CC Charlie Brown, Houston. We got you showing high 

gain now. Snoop's 3 minutes from staging. Over. 

CDR Okay, let's go through our checklist. 

LMP Okay, babe. We've gone through it right up to 

staging. We've gone through - you want to double- 
check these? 

CDR Yes . 

LMP CABIN GAS DIVERTER valve, pull EGRESS. 

CDR Go. 

LMP CABIN REPRESS, CLOSED. 

CDR Go. 

LMP DESCENT 0 £ , CLOSED. 

CDR Go. 

LMP ASCENT number 1 0^, OPEN. 

CDR Go. 

LMP PRESSURE REGS, both EGRESS. 

CDR Yes. 

LMP WATER TANK, ASCENT. 

CDR Go. 

LMP ASCENT WATER , OPEN . • I opened that . 

CDR Yes . 

LMP And DESCENT WATER'S. CLOSED . I closed that. I 

checked the voltages. We're deadfaced; we're on 
ascent batteries, and the voltage looks good here. 

CDR Okay. 

LMP You got your breakers pulled on that side? 




Ok 06 la 1*1 CDR Yes. 

01* 06 1*1 1*2 LMP Okay , at ll* minutes , put your MASTER ARM ON . 

Oh 06 1*1 1*5 CDR Okay, MASTER ARM coming ON. 

OU 06 1*1 1*6 LMP X-TRANSLATION, 2 JETS. 

Ok 06 1*1 1*8 CDR X-TRANSLATION , 2 JETS. 

Ol* 06 1*1 1*9 LMP GUIDANCE CONTROL , AGS. 

Ol* 06 1*1 51 CDR Okay, we're in AGS. We'll go to ATTITUDE HOLD. 

Ol* 06 1*1 5l* LMP Okay, you're in ATTITUDE HOLD; DEADBANB , MIN ; so 

for staging - Actually be up there, if you want. 

Ol* 06 1*1 58 CDR Yes, I think that would be better for stage. 

Ol* 06 1*2 00 LMP I think that would be better for stage; otherwise, 

you're going to be banging those thrusters all 
over the place. Now I should be looking at 270 
upside down and you looking at 295 upside down. 
That's coming right in. 

Ol* 06 1*2 ll* CDR We're a little bit out of plane, which won't hurt 

us for any separation. 

Qh 06 1*2 1 " IMP Okay, and that - the DAP is set. I'll call up 

pl+7 at 11 minutes. 

OU 06 1*2 22 CDR Okay. 

Ol* 06 1*3 02 LMP I'm going to take another look at the DAP, Tom. 

Ol* 06 1*3 O'l* CDR Okay. 

Ol* 06 1*3 06 LMP 12002. That's go. Okay. Call up 1*7 at 1 minute. 

Okay, Tom. I'll thrust aft 2 feet per second; 
I'll stop; I'll start thrusting forward, and you 
stage fire. 

Ol* 06 1+3 19 CDR Yes. 

Ol* 06 1*3 20 LMP Got your MASTER ARM ON? 

Ol* 06 1*3 21 CDR It's ON. 




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ok 


06 


•*3 








ok 


06 


k3 










06 




36 




My attitude looks good. I'm conung up on 270 up- 
side down. 


ok 


06 




1*1 


CDR 


Okay. 


Qk 


06 




02 


LMP 


And yours is looking good. Okay, I'm calling up 
NOUN 1»7- 


Ok 


06 


kk 


06 


CDR 


Okay, go. 


Ok 


06 


hh 


08 


LMP 


Okay, there it is. 


Ok 


06 


kk 


11 


CDR 


Okay, your TTCA is - - 


ok 


06 


kk 


12 


LMP 


Okay, that's that vay and then that vay. Right? 


ok 


06 


hh 


16 


CDR 


Yes. And I'll Just take, a little bit that way. 


ok 


06 


kh 


17 




Yes, because we're going to be awful light. 


ok 


06 


kk 


19 


CDR 


Yes. We're going to - AGS is going to MODE CONTROL. 


ok 


06 


kk 


2k 


LMP 


Okay. Get it out of there, babe. Okay, that's 
that last attitude. 


ok 


06 


kk 


kk 


CDR 


Something's wrong here. Hold it, Gene-c . 


ok 


06 


kh 


1*7 


LMP 


Okay. 


ok 


06 


kk 


50 


CDR 


Going to try DEADBAHD, M1N here. 


ok 


06 


kk 


56 


LMP 


Hear any? That's the time you want to go. 


ok 


06 


kk 


58 


CDR 


Something's wrong with that yaw rate gyro. Let's 
go in PGNS and ATTITUDE HOLD. Okay. ... 


ok 


06 


1*5 


Oil 


LMP 


By the way, the DAP is set for a light vehicle. 
Okay, we'll do it 


ok 


06 


h$ 


05 


CDR 


Okay. Okay. 


ok 


06 


1*5 


06 


LMP 


- - this way. Okay, you ready? 




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0U 06 It 5 07 


CDR 


Okay, hold it. We're in - Okay, go. 


Ok 06 1*5 11 


LMP 


Ready? 


Oh 06 12 


CDR 


Thrust aft. Hold it. Thrust aft. Okay, ready? 


Ok 06 1+5 15 


LMP 


Okay. 


Ok 06 »»5 16 


CDR 


STAGE. Gimbal lock. 


ok 06 1*5 19 


LMP 


Son of a bitch. 


Ok 06 1*5 20 


CDR 


Let's go to PGNS. God damn. 


Ok 06 U5 25 


LMP 


Okay, let's - let's make this burn on the AGS, babe 



Oh 06 1*5 30 CDR We're in trouble. 

OU 06 U5 3U LMP Make this - make this burn on the AGS. Got a good 

staging. Let's make it on the AGS. 

Oh 06 1*5 h6 CDR How are the AGS? Are we okay? I think we're okay, 

Gene-o. Proceed. 

Oh 06 1*5 50 LMP Did you get into gimbal lock? 

Oh 06 1*5 51 CDR Yes , but ve got out of it . 

Ok 06 1*5 55 LMP She didn't - she didn't go, huh? 

Oh 06 k5 56 CDR Ho. Mo, let's go. 

Oh 06 h6 01 LMP Got stage. 

! . Oh 06 1*6 02 CDR Okay, what's our - ? Did you call POO? 

0l* 06 1*6 10 LMP Yes. POO's up, babe. 

! Oil 06 1*6 12 CDR Okay, what's our attitude for staging? What's 

1 our angles? 

OU 06 1*6 16 LMP Okay, our angles? You didn't lock, huh? 

! Ok 06 1*6 18 CDR No. 

01* 06 1*6 20 LMP Okay, something's wrong with that gyro. Okay, roll 

I is 180 and pitch is 233. 

} Oh 06 U6 2U CDR Roll is 180 and pitch is what? 

( Oh 06 1*6 25 LMP 233. I better put my ball on INERTIAL Just to 

i • _ check them out and verify them, too. 

Oh 06 1*6 3 1 * CDR Yes. 

.01* 06 1*6 36 LMP I can't reach it, so if you can put mine, you can 

verify it on the AGS. 

■| ol* 06 1*6 1*7 CC Snoop, Houston. We show you close to gimbal lock. 

0l* 06 1*6 51 CDR Okay, something went wild there on that str-ing, 

and we're all set, we didn't lock it. We're going 
ahead to AUTO maneuver. 

Oil 06 1*7 00 CDR 



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01+ 06 1+7 03 LMP Babe, I don't know. Let's put my' AGS in INERTIAL - 

in INERTIAL, though, to verify that we're at the 
right attitude , babe . 

Ok 06 1+7 12 CDR They look the same. 

0U 06 Uj lk LMP Huh? 

Ok 06 U7 15 CDR They look the same. 

Ok 06 1+7 16 LMP Put it - Okay, just so it's in INERTIAL. 

Qk 06 1+7 19 CDR Okay. 

Ok 06 U7 20 LMP Okay, because in case we have to go to it, that's 
what we want . 

01+ 06 1*7 21 CDR Okay , let ' s go again . 

Qlt 06 U7 23 LMP Let's get that AGS. 

0U 06 1*7 2k CDR Ready? 

0l+ 06 1*7 25 LMP Wait a minute. 

0U 06 1*7 26 CDR We got to hurry. 

0l* 06 1*7 29 LMP Try to get this damn thing - Sure the PGNS is good, 

; huh? Wait until that thing biinks. Okay, babe. 

0l* 06 1*7 1*0 CC Charlie Brown. Houston. They - staging - they 

had a wild gyration though, but they got it under 
control. Over. 

0U 06 1*7 52 LMP I'm in AGS INERTIAL, Tom? 

0k 06 1*7 53 CDR Yes. 

0l* 06 1*7 5I* LMP Okay, that's good. 

0l* 06 1*7 55 CDR Roger. 

0k 06 1*7 56 LMP We've got a lot of time, 7 minutes. Well, I don't 

know what the hell that, was, babe. 

0l* 06 1*8 00 CDR Did you push it? 

01* 06 1*8 01 LMP Yes, it's all set. 



- COMriPEM'Tliftik 



Ol4 06 k& 02 CDR 

Oh 06 1*8 03 LMP Okay, it'll be going here in a second. I Just 
got 

Oh 06 1*8 OU CC Snoop, Houston. You're looking good for the inser- 

tion burn. 

Oil 06 1*8 06 CDR Yes. Roger, Charlie. That was something we've 

never seen before. It was real good. We went to 
AGS and - - 

OU 06 U8 12 LMP The computer's yours, Tom. 

Oh 06 U8 15 CDR You want to go through P30 again? 

Oh 06 U8 17 LMP Ho, I went through P30. Go into PUO. 

Oh 06 h 8 19 CDR Go to. Oh, 232. Beautiful, beautiful. 

Oh 06 U8 3U CDR Okay, and let me tell you what happened real quick 

here as we come around with this insertion burn. 
I went to attitude deadband, started thrusting aft, 
and the thing just took off on us. So I could see 
we're coming up - and we come up to insertion, so 
I flipped - I got a hold of it and tried to avoid 
gimbal lock, and guess I did. Looks like we got 
a good insertion out of it anyway, and - I mean a 
good staging out of it. And we're all set to go 
for insertion here. 

Oh 06 1*9 05 LMP Okay, Tom, call 06 86. Okay, the computer's yours. 

0*t 06 1*9 25 CDR Are we going forwards or backwards? Oh, we're 

going - 

06 1*9 28 LMP We're going backwards. 

Olt 06 U9 29 CDR Yes. 

Oh 06 1*9 30 LMP That's the way we want to go. 

O'l 06 U9 31 CDR Yes, right, right, right. There's the ORB rate 

ball; we're in good shape. 

Oh 06 1*9 32 LMP Okay, there was a moment there, Tom - - 

Ol* 06 1*9 37 CDR (Laughter) 

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ok 06 , 9 , 3 CDR f J. ,0 - 10 " 

Ok 06 h9 51 LMP 0ka y- 

0U 06 1*9 5 1 * CDR Going 20. 

OU 06 k 9 55 LMP We never did go into PGNS, so the DAP didn't do 

it to us. 

Ok 06 U9 57 CDR No. 

Ok 06 U9 58 CC Snoop, Houston. Stand by for a mark; 5 minutes to 

the burn. 

0U 06 50 00 LMP Okay, Charlie, we're with you. think we got all 

our marbles. 

0 1+ 06 50 07 CDR Okay, ready. 

0k 06 50 1U LMP We is sure coming down to that ground, I'll tell 

you . 

0k 06 50 17 CDR I vonder where that stage went? 

Ok 06 50 18 LMP I don't know, but I hope we never find it again.. 

0k 06 50 22 CDR Yes. 

Oh 06 50 30 LMP Man, I'll tell you, that was wild babe, and it 

0k 0b ^0 JU war w ^.% t the DA P, because you were in AGS. That was 

the AGS. 

H*i I was in AGS; MODE CONTROL, ATTITUDE 
0U 06 50 3U CDR I was in AGS was m , 

HOLD. Right? 

0U 06 50 38 LMP Yes , wide deadband - - 

0k 06 50 39 CDR Wide deadband- 

1 > j tiutp we were going to stage. Okay, babe 

0k 06 50 k0 LMP - - ^ J J erything , 5 lockir .g good 

|ot the attitude set, so if we have to switch 
we'll be alright. Okay, k 07, monitor it 



I *ve 
I've 

Itch, 



until the bum. We're at k minutes. Okay, k min- 
utes. Boy that's hard to do with helmet and gloves 
on. HELIUM MONITOR to ASCENT, PRESSURE 1 and 2. 
Let's take - - 



Ok 


06 


50 


51 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok 


06 


50 


52 


LMP 


take another look at it; that's looking good. 

ENGINE STOP pushbuttons, all, RESET and the AE0RT/ 
ABORT STAGE, RESET. Okay? 


ok 


06 


51 


07 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 


06 


51 


08 


LMP 


Push buttons, RESET? 


ok 


06 


51 


10 


CDR 


Go. 


ok 


06 


51 


11 


LMP 


AGS TRANSLATION? 


ok 


06 


51 


12 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 


06 


51 


13 


LMP 


I mean X-TRANSLATION , I4 JETS? 


ok 


06 


51 


15 


CDR 


Yes. 


ok 


06 


51 


16 


LMP 


Okay, Tom. That's - If 170 is greater than our 
DELTA-V to go - 


ok 


06 


51 


20 


CMP 


Houston. I'm not reading them, so if they don't 
make it, you've got to tell me. Okay? 


ok 


06 


51 


29 


LMP 


Okay, Tom, if we've got less than 170 feet - if 
we've got more than 170 feet per second to go, 
we're RCS - we'll RCS maximum of 55 seconds, but 



OU 


06 


51 


1*2 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok 


06 


51 


k3 


LMP 


Okay? 


ok 


06 


51 


kg 


CDR 


Okay. 


Ok 


06 


51 


50 


LMP 


AGS is 


0k 


06 


51 


52 


CDR 


Okay. 



we will RCS. If DELTA-V to go is greater than 170, 
we're RC - RCS back to our pad DELTA-V. 



Which is going to be right in PkO there. 
Your AGS are looking good? 



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OU 


06 


51 


56 


LMP 


Okay, and our pad DELTA-V is 220.9- So, if we 
burn less "than 170 feet per second ~ or if ve don't 
get up to 170 feet per second to go, we'll want to 


ou 


06 


52 


09 


CDR 


Yes. 


oi* 


06 


52 


10 


LMP 


But let's get over 170 - let's get into that 
170 feet per second region. 


ok 


06 


52 


16 


CDR 


Okay . 


ok 


06 


52 


17 


LMP 


Okay, push your INVERTER number 1 CLOSED - circuit 
breaker. 


ok 


06 


52 








ok 


06 


52 


21 


LMP 


And at 1 minute,. your STAB/CONTROL , AELD, CLOSED. 


ok 


06 


52 


25 


CDR 


Okay. 


ok 


06 


52 


26 


LMP 


Boy, I'll tell you, we is dovn among them again 
going backwards, you know that. 


ok 


06 


52 


29 


CDR 


Yes, I'm still trying - 


ok 


06 


52 


30 


LMP 


Look at that rille. That's got to be - that's got 
to be probably Diamondoack right there. 


ok 


06 


52 


3!* 


CDR 


Yes . 


ok 


06 


52 


36 


LMP 


It's awful close to see that. 


ok 


06 


52 


38 


CDR 


Yes, let's keep watching this; we're at 2 minutes, 
babe. 


ok 


06 


52 


ko 


LMP 


Okay, babe, coming up on 2 minutes. 


ok 


06 


52 


k2 


CDR 


Got AELD coming CLOSED. Have you got yours CLOSED? 
There. 


ok 


06 


52 


U7 


LMP 


Coming CLOSED . 


ok 


06 


53 


12 


LMP 


Okay, 2 minutes, babe. Give her a final trim. 


ok 


06 


53 


15 


CDR 


Okay. Okay, ready? ... 



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01+ 06 53 21 LMP 

Ok 06 53 2k CDR 

0U 06 53 26 LMP 

Oh 06 53 29 CDR 

OU 06 53 30 LMP 

Ok 06 53 33 CDR 

Ok 06 53 37 LMP 

Oh 06 53 39 CDR 

OU 06 53 hh LMP 

. Ok 06 53 k6 cm 

t OU 06 53 ^8 LMP 

I Olt 06 53 50 CDR 

j Oh 06 53 5k LMP 

I Ok 06 53 56 CDR 

! Ok 06 51+ 00 LMP 

\ Ok 06 5*+ 05 CDR 

Ok 06 ^k 08 LMP 

Ok 06 5 1 * 10 CDR 
OU 06 5k 13. LMP 

\ . Ok 06 5k 29 CDR 

1 Ok 06 5k 30 LMP 

Oh 06 5 1 * 33 CDR 



Okay, there it Is. Okay, my AELD's coming CLOSED, 
Tom. 

Okay, mine's coming CLOSED. 

Okay, and verify your INVERTER number 1 breaker is 
CLOSED. 

Yes. 

Okay, at 35 seconds ve want the ENGINE ARM to ARM. 
Yes. 

We're in PNGS; we're in AUTO. 

U JET, BALANCE COUPLE is ON. And stand by to 

Coming right into the attitude, babe. 
Okay . 

Got ENGINE ARM yet to go. Coming up on 01:12. 
Okay. 

I'll hit 99 and I'll count you down. 
Okay. 

Burn time is 15 seconds, so it's going to go in a 
hurry . 

It's 220 total. Correct? 
220 feet per second - 220.9. 
Okay. 

50 seconds, U8. Baby, let's make this one. 

Okay, ASCENT ENGINE, ON. 

Okay, 35 seconds. 

ASCENT. MASTER ARM is ON. 



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06 


5h 


35 


LMP 


MASTER ARM is ON; engine ARM, ASCENT ; AGS CONTROL 
in AUTO; DEADBAND, MIN; and we're set for this 
attitude on the burn; I'm counting down on 5°0- 


ou 


06 


5h 


ltO 


CDR 


Okay. 


oh 


06 


5h 


h2 


LMP 


Okay baby. 


Oh 


06 


5h 


hi 


CDR 


2, Okay, 12. 10 - 


Oh 


06 


5h 


53 


LMP 


8, 7, 6, 5, 99, 3, 2, 1 - 


Oh 


06 


55 


01 


LMP 


BURN . 


Oh 


06 


55 


02 


CDR 


Okay. Okay, it's burning down. 


Oh 


06 


55 


05 


LMP 


Burning? Okay. Got 60 to go; 3h to go; 100 to 
go; 78 to go, 50 to go; 20 to go; stand by, Tom. 


oh 


06 


55 


17 


CDR 


Stop . 


oh 


06 


55 


18 


LMP 


Okay , I'll null them out . 


Oh 


06 


55 


19 


CDR 


Okay. Beautiful - - 


Oh 


06 


55 


20 


LMP 


Oh, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. 


Oh 


06 


55 


22 


CDR 


Okay , null them out . Flip . 


Oh 


06 


55 


29 


LMP 


Okay . Let me get the - minus 0.3, plus 0,1-- 


Oh 


06 


55 


35 


CDR 


... plus 0,1, plus 0.1 and - 001.3. 


Oh 


06 


55 


50 


LMP 


Baby, that - that made me feel better. Call up 
VERB 82 when you get a chance. 


oh 


06 


55 


5h 


CDR 


I will. Okay. 


oh 


06 


55 


57 


LMP 


Okay, and there the AGS says we made a good burn. 
Go ahead. 


oh 


06 


56 


01 


CDR 


Roger, Houston. We got it. Roger, the burn looked 
real good. 


oh 


06 


56 


06 


LMP 


I'll tell you, we're down here where we can touch 
the top of some hills, though. 




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Oh 06 56 21 CDR dlfay, Char - Hello, Houston. This is Snoopy. It 

shows us in a U6.7 by 11.0. Over. 

Ok 06 56 33 LMP Okay, Tom. ENGINE ARM, OFF? 

Oh 06 56 3h CDR Yes. 

Oh 06 56 36 LMP AELD breaker, OPEN? 

OU 06 56 37 CDR I already got 

Oh 06 56 38 LMP Okay, and mine's open. MASTER ARM, OFF? 

Oh 06 56 39 CDR Yes. 

OU 06 56 ItO LMP And INVERTERS number 2 - number 1 breaker, OPEN? 

Oh 06 56 1*3 CDR Yes. 

OU 06 56 h6 LMP Okay, and the RCS just for record: code 80 and 

78. 

OU 06 56 52 CDR Alrighty. Did you notice that the wobble we got on 

that burn? 

Oh 06 56 55 LMP Boy, I'll tell you, I thought we were wobbling all 
over the sky 

OU 06 56 57 CDR (Laughter) 

Oh 06 56 58 LMP - - I'm surprised those residuals ended up where 

they did. Okay. Yaw 180 and pitch down 90. 

OU 06 57 03 CDR Alrighty, let's go off VOX. 

0l* 06 57 07 LMP Circuit breaker, RENDEZVOUS RADAR, CLOSED? 

Oh 06 57 09 CDR Okay. 

Oh 06 57 lk LMP Now wait 30 seconds. 

Oh 06 57 15 CDR Okay, going to - 

Oh 06 57 18 CC ... hear that - hear them talking when I keep keyed 
down here. Over. 

Oh 06 57 26 CDR No, go the other way. 

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Oh 06 57 30 CC ... down here and relay to you. Over. ... 

Ok 06 57 kl LMP Got your breakers closed? 

Ok 06 57 1*3 CDH Yes, I'll get the other one in a 

Ok 06 57 kk LMP And I'm back on ORB rate, Tom? 

Ok 06 57 ^7 CDR Okay. 

Ok 06 57 U8 LMP Put me back on ORB rate, will you? 

OU 06 57 U9 CDR I'll get it. 

Ok 06 57 50 LMP That son of a bitch was wild. We got to watch the 

AGS on CDH. 

Qk 06 57 52 CDR Oh, ho, ho! 

Ok 06 58 05 CC Charlie Brown, this is Houston. We recommend for 

your next maneuver that you load the DAP with a 
half a degree per second. We see 0.2 now. Over. 



ok 06 58 32 


LMP 


Let's go up and get him. 


Ok 06 58 3k 


CDR 


Yes, I'd still like to know what caused that. 


ok 06 58 36 


LMP 


I would too. We got your other breaker CLOSED, 
RENDEZVOUS RADAR? 


ok 06 58 kk 


CDR 


Yes, I'll get it CLOSED. 


Ok 06 58 1»9 


LMP 


I don't know what the hell that was, but - That 
better. 


Ok 06 59 32 


LMP 


Okay , Tom , you can pull your breakers . 


Ok 06 59 35 


CDR 




0I4 06 59 36 


LMP 


Your RENDEZVOUS breaker? 


Ok 06 59 37 


CDR 


Okay. Ready to pull it? 


Oh 06 59 39 


LMP ' 


Pull it. • 


Ok 06 59 hi 


CDR 


Okay. 


Oh 06 59 k3 


LMP 


Okay, we'll make a quick alignment, here. 



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Oh 06 59 k6 CC ... We've got him at U6-7 by 11.0. Over. 

OU 06 59 fc9 LMP ALT LM breaker, CLOSED? 

Oh 06 59 53 CDR Stand by. It's CLOSED. 

Ol» 07 00 02 CC Roger. We'll send you a TM vector in just a moment 

Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown, we've got your LM 
vector coming. Stand by. 

Oh 07 00 09 CC Tom, set the elapsed timer down on - down to CSI. 

Here's CSI time because, remember, we got to get 
that backup mark at 30 minutes. 

Ok 07 00 16 CDR Okay. 

Oh 07 00 17 LMP And 103 , we don't have a lot of time. Only got 

15 minutes to make this alignment, so I'm going 
to make it only three marks. 

Oh 07 00 2k CDR Okay. 

Oh 07 00 3h LMP Okay, you can leave it GO, cause I'm going to call 

up the - - 

Oh 07 00 36 CDR 103:^5? 

Oh 07 00 39 LMP I don't know what it is here, babe. 

0U 07 00 \2 CMP ... right now. 

OU 07 00 kh LMP You don't have to maneuver; I got to go get a star. 

OU 07 00 1*8 CDR Okay. 

Oh 07 00 h9 CC Charlie Brown. Stand by. Be awhile. 

Oh 07 00 52 CMP Okay, well, I can do realign in the meantime, then. 

Oh 07 00 55 LMP Okay, Tom? Can I go get it? 

Oh 07 00 58 CDR Okay, you're in what's - what's it? 351? - 35 - 

yes, it'll pitch you down quite a bit. You can 
go get it. 



Oh 07 01 06 CC ... to you. Over. 

IAL 



0l» 07 01 09 CMP 



We - - 



Oh 07 01 10 CDR Okay, maneuver. Go. 

Oh 07 01 ih LMP Okay, and here's the time, if you can set that 

elapsed timer, because we got to get that back - 
that 30 minute Mark that ve always miss. 

0U 07 01 22 CDR 102:55- 

Qh 07 01 26 LMP That was the earth in there? 

0k 07 01 29 CDR Where's CS - oh. Where T s CSI , 103:>+5? 

Oh 07 01 36 LMP Right, right down here. Right down here on the 

left. 

Oh 07 01 39 CDR 103:U5:3^. ... 

0k 07 01 53 CDR We're there. 

Oh 07 01 5** LMP Excellent . 

Oh 07 02 09 CMP Boy, Houston. That's outstanding. Wish we had 

done that . . . 

0U 07 02 21 LMP That's a light vehicle, Tom. 

Oh 07 02 23 CDR Yes, I know it. 

Oh 07 02 36 CMP Are you done with it? 

Oh 07 02 1*2 CDR Can't deny - 

0U 07 03 Ih LMP There ain't any question we don't have an ascent - 

or descent stage. How's the chamber pressure and 
everything holding? 

Oh 07 03 18 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. We're through with 

Oh 07 03 21 CDR Chamber pressure? 

Oh 07 03 22 CC - - the computer. It's yours. Over. 

Oh 07 03 23 LMP You know. Yes, cabin chamber pressure. 

0k 07 03 26 CDR Good. 



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Ok 07 03 hi LMP That's four sets, then PROCEED. 

Oh 07 03 U8 CMP That's more like it. 

Ok 07 03 55 CDR We're all set. Counting down. 

OU 07 03 57 LMP Let me see. Houston, we're going OMNI's during the 

P52, the rest .of it. 

Ok 07 0U 27 CMP They want you on aft OMNI's, Snoopy. 

.Ok 07 Oh 32 LMP What'd he say? 

0U 07 Oh 35 CMP Houston wants you on aft OMNI's, Gene. 

Oh 07 0U 38 LMP Tell him that's where I am. 

01* 07 Oh hi CMP Okay. He's on aft OMNI's Houston. He's on aft 

OMNI's. 

OU 07 Oh h6 CDR Hold it. 

OU 07 Oh 1*7 CC Roger, we copy, Charlie Brown. Are you reading him 

now , Charlie Brown? 

Oh 07 OU U9 CDR What star did you take? 

Oh 07 Qh 51 LMP Altair like we called for in the book. 

Oh 07 0U 52 CMP Yes, I am. Thank you. 

Oli 07 0U 53 CDR Good. Okay. Yes, it's looking good. 

Oh 07 Oh 57 LMP That's it right there. 

Oh 07 Oh 59 CDR Bang, bang. 

Oh 07 05 01 LMP Right on the money. 

OU 07 05 19 LMP Boy, it's a light vehicle. 

Oh 07 05 39 LMP Boy! 

0I4 07 07 29 CDR Beautiful! Why don't you write that down? What 

were the starts, ^0 and 



Oh 07 07 38 LMP 



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Oh 07 07 1*0 CDR I'll write those down. — 

Oh 07 07 50 CDR Got it? 

Oh 07 07 51 LMP Yes, and let's make a star check on - - 

Oh 07 07 52 CDR Let's PROCEED. 

Oh 07 07 53 LMP Go ahead. 

Ok 07 07 55 CDR We're not going to have much time. 

Oh 07 07 56 LMP No, I Just want it right on the same star. On 
Alt air. 



Oft 


07 08 23 


LMP 


Beautiful, Tom. Beautiful 


oh 


07 08 25 


CDR 


Okay. Let's get 


oh 


07 08 26 


LMP 


It's banging around in deadband. 


oh 


07 08 28 


CDR 


Right on. 


oh 


07 08 35 


LMP 


Okay, let's go check that mother 



minus 33 minutes, you want to be calling up - Okay, 
get your RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker CLOSED . 

Oh 07 08 51 CDR AC RENDEZVOUS RADAR breaker, CLOSED. Okay, you 

want to give me - I don't know what the AGS 
thinks where we are. 

Oh 07 08 58 LMP Okay, right. Here's what the AGS thinks we're at, 

babe. 

AGS - We're not moving. 

... Houston. Over. 

That's where we think we are. 

Go ahead, Houston. This is Snoopy. 

Roger. We think we can help you psyche out your 
problem, there, at staging. It looked like the 
MODE CONTROL switch was in AUTO instead of ATT 
HOLD. Over. 



oh 


07 09 05 


CDR 


oh 


07 09 06 


CC 


oh 


07 09 07 


LMP 


oh 


07 09 09 


CDR 


Oh 


07 09 13 


CC 



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Ok 07 09 23 CDR God damn! Okay - Okay, ve'll try to re - recollect 

it. I thought we went right through our checklist, 
as prescribed, but you got telemetry. That'll 
sure help - - 

Ok 07 09 36 LMP Okay. You got your RENDEZVOUS RADAR breakers closed 

Tom? 

Ok 07 09 38 CDR Yes. 
Ok 07 09 39 LMP Huh? 
OU 07 09 kO CDR Yes. 

Ok 07 09 hi LMP That's where the AGS think it is. 
Ok 07 09 U3 CDR God 

Ok 07 09 kk LMP Hello, Houston, the results of the AOT alignment. 

Do you read? Okay, plus four balls k. GYRO torqu- 
ing angles are 0 - plus 00311, plus 00121, and plus 
00081, and the star check, put her right in the 
center again. 

0U 07 10 05 CC Roger. Wq copy. 

0U 07 10 06 CMP Snoopy, we're going to acquire - acquire you on 

VHP again. 

Ok 07 10 11 LMP Okay, we'll be quiet, John. 

0U 07 10 2k CDR Okay. How did we have that in ATTITUDE HOLD? 

0k 07 10 30 LMP I thought we did, babe. Shh. Be quiet while he's 

talk - acquiring. He can hear us hot mike. 

0k 07 10 3k CDR Yes. 

0k 07 10 k2 CC Snoop, Houston ... 

0k 07 11 01 CDR I'm ready. I got him here, Gene-o. Go to P20. 

0k 07 11 17 LMP You got him in SLEW? Okay. 

0k 07 11 25 CC Snoop, Houston. Over. 

0k 07 11 27 CDR Go ahead, Houston. 



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OU 07 11 31 CC Roger, Tom. Would you like some further amplifica- 

tion on the staging problem? We think the error 
came at minus 1^ minutes vhere we failed to call 
out the AGS MODE CONTROL switch into ATT HOLD. 
Over. 

Okay. 

Bitch it. It just won't acquire for us, Tom. Go 
into - go into - go into SLEW and track it again. 



Okay. I'm coming around you guys. I'm probably 
not pointed at you right this second. 

Roger. I wondered what happened. We were locked 
on solid and then the radar slowly faded out. Now 
it's starting to come in, John, as you pitch up. 

Okay. 

Keep going. Our strength is building. 
Minus 30 minutes, we need a range rate hack. 
Okay. You ready to go now? AUTO? LGC? Ready? 
Yes. 

... There it goes. 
Roger. 

Okay, we've got a solid lock on that, John, in P20. 

Would you believe this thing was giving you a range 
in half steps? 

Yes. 

Okay, we can expect that. Let's take it. 
Okay. 

We need that range rate at 30 minutes. 



Oh 


07 11 ^9 




Oh 


07 11 53 




Ok 


07 11 59 


CDR 


Ok 


07 12 01 


CMP 


oh 


07 12 05 


CDR 


oh 


07 12 11 


CMP 


ok 


07 12 13 


CDR 


oh 


07 12 19 


LMP 


oh 


07 12 32 


CDR 


Oh 


07 12 38 


LMP 


Oh 


07 13 00 


LMP /CDR 


Oh 


07 13 03 


CMP 


Oh 


07 13 08 


CDR 


Oh 


07 13 12 


CMP 


Oh 


07 13 17 


CDR 


Oh 


07 13 28 


LMP 


Oh 


07 13 30 


CDR 


Oh 


07 13 31 


LMP 



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Oh 07 13 3k CDR fUo. Don't do it . . . And, again, on our first mark, 
we see these large updates. We'll reject it and 
pick up on our second one. The range rate, huh? 
It's got to he 290 something. 





OU 07 13 5*+ 


CC 


Hello, Snoop. Houston. We have a CSI update for 
you. Over. 




01* 07 lh 00 


CDR 


Okay. 




01* 07 lh 02 


LMP 


Go ahead with the update. 




0U 07 lh 07 


CC 


Roger. It's P32 CSI: 103 : 1*5 ^.oO, 105 - - 




Oh 07 lh 19 


LMP 


Don't forget the range rate. 




Oh 07 lh 20 


CDR 


Got it. 




Oh 07 lh 21 


CC 


- - 0100, plus 01*53, plus 000 106, plus U 53, plus 
000, plus 005. Standing by for your readback. 



0l+ 07 ll* 1*8 LMP Give me NOUN 8l again. I don't think I got enough 

numbers. 

0U 07 ll* 53 CC Roger. NOUN 8l is plus Ol*53, plus .000. Over. 

0l* 07 15 06 CDR There we go. Good; PROCEED. 

0l* 07 15 10 LMP Okay, we'll take that. 

Oh 07 15 11 CDR *es . 

Oh 07 15 lh LMP Stand by, Charlie, I'll give you a readback in a 

second. This is the CSI and TPI time we'll use. 
Is that correct? 

0l* 07 15 33 LMP How's the - how's that range look, Tom? 

OU 07 15 35 CDR Beautiful. 

Oh 07 15 36 LMP How about 30 minutes. 

0U 07 15 37 CDR . Coming up. 

0U 07 15 38 CMP What time did tney give you, Gene? 

0l* 07 15 1*0 CDR . Mark, 27^ - 



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OU 07 4.5 ^2 LMP What is it? 

0U 07 15 U3 CDR . 27 1 *. 

ou 07 15 ^5 lmp 0ka y- 

Ok 07 15 k& CDR And range is 193. 

Ok 07 15 51 LMP Okay, John, I got CSI T? ig is 103 : 1*5 It really 

should toe right now, because that's a new clock, 
right now. 

01; 07 16 01 CDR Okay, 270. 

Ok 07 16 03 LMP 270. 

Ok 07 16 Ok CDR And 192. 

0l4 07 16 05 CMP Roger. How about TPI time? 

Ok 07 16 07 LMP 105:21:0100. 
Ok 07 l6 lk CMP Roger . 

Ok 07 16 55 CC Snoopy, Houston. You broke out on your readback 

after the NOUN 11. Over. 

Ok 07 17 Ok LMP Roger. Stand by and I'll, read it back. Let me 

get things going here, Charlie. I got it up good. 
I'll read it back in a minute. 

Ok 07 17 23 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. Over. 

Ok 07 17 29 LMP How can he hear me. I'm not - I'm not in VOX or 

anything. How could he hear me? 

Ok 07 17 3k CDR I'm going to Z-axis track. 

OU 07 17 k2 LMP How's it looking to you, Torn? 

0k 07 17 1*3 CDR Pretty good. 

0U 07 17 k6 LMP Okay. Those are getting better. Check the signal 
strength against range. That's what 

0U 07 17 5k CDR Yes, 190? For 200, it's 188 and at 100 it's 22. 

We're right on. 



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OU 07 18 27 CC Charlie Brown, Houston. Over. 

OU 07 18 30 CMP Go ahead, Houston. 

Ol* 07 18 3U CC Roger, Charlie Brown. On - We think what happened 

on your P76 where you got those funny numbers, that 
you failed to do the final ENTER on the NOUN 81+ . 
Just a reminder to always do the final ENTER on 
the NOUN 8U, and also when you get, a chance, we'd 
like you to cycle the TUNNEL VENT valve to LM PRESS 
for 10 seconds to blow out that RTV or whatever' s 
clogging it. Over. 

Ok 07 19 00 CMP Roger. I tried that this morning ... 

Oh 07 19 06 CC Roger - Roger. Did you try it after undocking? 

Over. 

Ok 07 19 11 CMP Alright, I'll try it. I ain't got a chance_ right 

this minute. 

Oh 07 19 22 CDR There we go. 

OU 07 19 23 LMP I Just called for a recycle. Let's recycle. . Take 

our first cut at. Okay, Tom, did you get our clock 
count on - Well, we'll get it. 

07 19 3h CDR Hello, Houston, this is Snoopy. Our updates are 

looking real good now with respect to DELTA-R and 
DELTA-V, and it looks like we're coming right up 
the pike with respect to range and range rate. 
Over. 

Oh 07 19 1*8 CC Roger. We copy, Snoop. Over. 

OU 07 19 52 CDR Roger. 

Oh 07 20 U8 LMP Roger. Okay, Tom, at 20 minutes - I think our 

20 minutes is really about 19:30, here. We're 
about - They changed times on us by - |*5, 5 1 *, ^5 - 
20 seconds. So 20 seconds later. Okay? And 
you're saying we got a 1*5 foot per second CD - CSI. 

0l+ 07 21 11 CDR And we're going to use the interconnects. 

0l* 07 21 15 LMP That may have been. I thought I looked at that 

son of a bitch, but God dang. Okay, there's 



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01+ 07 21 38 CC 

Ok 07 21 U2 CDR 

Ok 07 21 *»3 LMP 

Oh 07 21 51 CDR 



NOUN 75, that says - That's beautiful. Hello, 
Houston. I guess you can read our DSKY on this 
first recycle after 5 marks. 

Roger. We copy. 

Okay. 

NOUN 81 is U8.7, 0 and 0. 

NOUN - 



Ok 07 22 05 IMP 

Ok 07 22 09 CDR 

(A 07 22 13 IMP 

Ok 07 22 ik CDR 

Ok 07 22 15 IMP 

0l» 07 22 17 CDR 

Ok 07 22 50 IMP 



HULNIIAT 

r clocks set. 



Ok 07 23 
0U 07 23 
Ok 07 23 
OU 07 23 
Oil 07 23 

Ok 07 23 
Ok 07 23 
07 23 
01+ 07 23 
OU 07 23 
Ok 07 23 
Ok 07 23 
OU 07 2k 



10 . CC 

17 CDR 

18 IMP 
21 CMP 
23 CC 

32 IMP 

3k CDR 

36 CMP 

1+0 CDR 

kl CMP 

k6 CDR 

50 IMP 

' ok .imp- 



now let's get 
Okay. 

You got them by any chance, Tom? 
Ko. 

190 - 180 miles, huh? 
Yes. 

Hello, Houston. That last alignment was based 
upon four sets of marks, rather than five, because 
of our time to get lockon and get that 30-minute 
backup range rate, so we only took four - four sets 
of marks on each star instead of five. 

Roger. Copy. That's okay, Snoop. Press on. 

Roger. 

Kc turning back now. 
Go ahead. Over. 

Roger. We copy. Charlie Brown, Snoop, did you 
copy the NOUN 11 NOUN 37 info? Over. 

Can you imagine this? 

Beautiful. Look at that. Look at that. 

I think I got it, Charlie 

Isn't that - - 
... 103.5 ... 

Don't knock - Don't knock out the window, Gene-o. 
No, I ain't going to do that, babe. 
Son of a bitch! Damn it! 



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Oh 07 1*3 LHP That's empty anyway. 

Oh 07 25 21 IMP Boy, where *s the day gone? 

Ok 07 .25 22 CDR (Laughter) How in the hell 

OU 07 25 26 CC Snoop, Houston. We'd like you to confirm your 

NOUN 81-NOUN 86 info on the CSI pad. NOUN 11 and 
NOUN 37 were entered correctly. We're satisfied 
with those. Over. 

Ok 07 25 37 IMP I'm sorry, Charlie. NOUN 8l - I still think I got 

a left-out digit, hut I Jmov what you're talking 
about. NOUN 8l is plus Oh^.3 and plus all halls. 
Is that correct? 

Oh 07 25 52 CC That's affirmative. 

Oh 07 25 58 IMP The next number is 106 and then NOUN 86 is plus ^53, 

plus all balls, and plus 0005 • 

Oh 07 26 11 CC That's - Roger. It's 2 balls 5 on - on the 

DELTA Vg. Over. 

Oh 07 26 17 CMP Ohh. Oh. 

Oh 07 26 22 CDR What's wrong, John. What do you see? 

Oh 07 26 2h CMP I've got - ... Y-DOT ... It's plus 6.1 for Y-DOT. 

Oh 07 26 3h CDR Don't say. 

Oh 07 26 36 CMP One was 7.0. It was seven - 0. 

Oh 07 26 h2 IMP ■ Watch, you're out of plane on the ball, babe. We 
never got gimbal lock. 

Oh 07 26 hh CDR Okay, John, I - I - I kind of - just don't believe 

that. I've been tracking the radar here, and we're 
going right on the centerline of the ball. Let's 
wait till after CSI and look at it. 

Oh 07 26 56 CMP Okay. 

0l» 07 27 00 IMP 20 minutes, Tom. Give me a mark. Range rate, 

what do you suppose it was? God-dang it. 



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Ok 07 27 05 CDR It was 170. 

Oh 07 27 07 LMP 170. Can you update it a little "bit? What do you 
suppose it was? 

Ok 07 27 12 CDR That's what I said. That's what I meant to say. 

OU 07 27 13 IMP Okay. 170. 

Ok 07 27 20 CDR 12 minutes, we PROCEED. 

Ok 07 27 1+1 CDR We got beaucoup marks, so 

0l+ 07 27 k3 LMP Let's Just let it take marks. We won't even 

recycle that second time around. 

0U 07 27 1+7 CDR Yes. 

0 1+ 07 27 1+8 CMP I tell you, Tom, I'm tracking you off the center 

of the hall here. 

0^ 07 27 52 CDR Well, our ball's right in the center. We'll still 

have plenty of time, John, after CSI. 

0U 07 27 57 CMP Okay. 

Ok 07 28 02 LMP Shall we see what ours is? We ought to be looking 

at it in about 15 minutes. 

0l+ 07 28 19 LMP Give me your CSM Y-D0T again? 

0U 07 28 22 CMP It's plus 6.U. 

0k 07 28 30 LMP Okay, I got plus 6.1+. 

0l+ 07 28 50 LMP Okay, Tom. 

0k 07 28 52 CC Snoopy, Houston. We'll have LOS at 103:36 and AOS 

at 10l»:25- Over. 

0k 07 29 01 CDR Roger. 103:36, 10l+:25- Thank you. 

0k 07 29 11 IMP Okay. VERB 9 - VERB 90 ENTER ... 3, ENTER. Plus 
OOOU5, ENTER. 0.05*+ 



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Ok 07 29 38 CDR 
Ok 07 29 !tO IMP 



Oi+ 07 30 05 CDR 

OU 07 30 07 IMP 

Ok 07 30 28 CDR 

Oil 07 30 37 CMP 

Oh 07 30 39 CDR 

OU 07 30 U8 IMP 

Oh 07 30 h9 CDR 

Ok 07 30 57 CMP 

Ok 07 31 05 IMP 

Ok 07 31 07 CDR 

Oh 07 31 08 IMP 

Ok 07 32 Ok IMP 

0l+ 07 32 2k IMP 

Oh 07 32 28 CC 

OU 07 32 31 CMP 



Let's get it. 

0 ... 0, ENTER. We're looking right up "both 

balls. We're looking up - we're looking up AGS 
and PGNS, bate. Of course, I aligned the AGS to 
the PGNS after that alignment, but that damn 
alignment was right on. It was right on. 

What was that - plus U.5? 

No, that was the time, just coming back at me. 
Snoop, Houston. If you get a chance, pass to 
Charlie Brown we've lot his TM in voice, and we'll 
see him AOS at 10U:2U. Over. 

This is Snoopy, Roger. Charlie Brown, this is 
Snoop. You'll have acquisition at ±0k:2k. Over. 



You'll be picking up Houston at 10*+:2U. And our 
out-of - and our out-of-plane was k.l and we're 
tracking 

In the other direction, though 

In the other direction. And we're tracking right 
up the centerline here. So, we'll just ignore the 
first out-of-plane correction. Over. 

Very good. 

AOS at 10U:25, Tom? 

Yes. 

We need another mark at 10 minutes.. 
God-dang it. 

Houston, I'm putting you on OMNI's. 
Roger, Gene. 

OMNI ... I Just had a . . . 



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Ok 


07 


32 


53 


IMP 


Houston, we've got you on OMNI's. You hear music, 
Tom? That crazy whistling? 


ok 


07 


33 


00 


CDR 


I can hear it. 


ok 


07 


33 


01 


IMP 


That's really weird. 


ok 


07 


33 


02 


CDR 


It is. 


ok 


07 


33 


Ok 


CC 


Snoop, Houston. As you go over the hill, you're 
looking good. We're all GO here. 


ok 


07 


33 


08 


CDR 


Roger, Charlie, and we'll hit PROCEED at 12 minutes. 
Everything is looking good, and we're going to 
ignore the out-of-plane correction at CSI. Over. 


ok 


07 


33 


15 


CMP 


Am I going to do the out-of-plane at CSI? 


ok 


07 


33 


18 


CDR 


That's affirmative. 


ok 


07 


33 


22 


IMP 


Yes. 17 marks.. 


ok 


07 


33 


26 


CC 


Snoop, Houston. Say again. We didn't copy. 


ok 


07 


33 


29 


CDR 


Roger. Everything's looking good. We're going to 
ignore the out-of-plane correction at CSI. Over. 


ok 


07 


33 


36 


CMP 


Roger. I show you about - - 


ok 


07 


33 


39 


CC 


Roger. Understand you are not doing the CSI - the 
out— of— plane . Over. 


ok 


07 


33 


k2 


CMP 


I don't if this is ... or not. Wait till I 

get ground after CSI. 


ok 


07 


33 


k5 


CDR 


Affirmative. 


ok 


07 


3k 


09 


CMP 


NOUN 8l is minus k6.$. 


ok 


07 


3k 


lk 


IMP 


Okay, John. Understand - li6.9< 


ok 


07 


3k 


18 


CMP 


Roger. Minus. 


ok 


07 


3k 


20 


IMP 


Okay. That's alright. We know which way we're 
going to turn it. 


ok 


07 


3k 


25 


CDR 


We reversed his signs for out-of-plane, right? 



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04 07 28 IMP Yes, yes. Okay, 15-4 miles. 

Ok 07 34 34 CMP I'd like to know what you guys got. 

Ok 07 3k 36 LMP Coming up right now, plus 1*5.3. 

04 07 3k kO CMP Beautiful ... 

04 07 3k k3 LMP Okay, so we'll burn our 45-3. That's exactly what 
Houston gave us. 

04 07 3k 49 CMP Roger. 

Oh 07 3k 51 CDR PROCEED. 

0^ 07 3k 59 CDR Beautiful. 

Ok 07 35 05 CC Hey, Snoop, CAP COMM. We understand you're burning 

U5.3 Your FIDO's grinning. 

Ok 07 35 lk CDR It looks just great. 

Ok 07 35 18 IMP Tom, the clock set up? In 10 minutes I need a 

range rate mark. 

04 07 35 29 LMP In range, both. 

Ok 07 35 30 CDR Yes. 

04 07 35 36 LMP We'll see how the backups come up. 

OU 07 35 56 CDR Okay, mark it? It was 103 feet per second. 

Ok 07 36 00 LMP Okay, and what's range? 

OU 07 36 01 CDR 157.5. 

Ok 07 36 07 LMP Okay, babe, you can take the computer and go into 

VERB 47 - PROCEED out of there, and go to VERB 47. 
And I'll go to update here. 

04 07 36 14 CDR I got to go to zero, zero,' don't I? ENTER . 

04 07 36 17 LMP Yes. , . " 

04 07 36 21 CDR 47. iv-., 



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Oh 07 36 23 IMP PROCEED. 

OU 07 36 28 LMP I've already been in PC. I'm - I'll figure this 

one out. 

OU 07 36 33 CDR Think we need to put on the helmets and gloves 

for this one? 

Oh 07 36 36 IMP I don't think - I don't want to. 

OU 07 36 CDR Let's me try it just to see what it's like. That's 

not really a big thing with helmets and gloves. 

OU 07 37 18 IMP It's 52.3. 

Oh 07 37 2h CDR What'd ground give us? 

Oh 07 37 38 LMP Am I glad we didn't torque up the platform. 

OU 07 37 1*1 CDR How in the hell did we miss that? 

Oh 07 37 U9 LMP We had to have someone on our side that time. 

Oh 07 37 51 CDR Yes . 

OU 07 37 56 LMP Listen to eerie music! 

Oh 07 38 00 CDR You - You ready? 

Oh 07 38 Oh IMP Yes, I need - You go into hi. 

Oh 07 38 06 CDR Yes. 

Oh 07 38 19 CDR Plus 1*5-3, 0, and 0.6. 

Oh 07 38 28 LMP Okay, go ahead. 

Oh 07 38 32 CDR You ready for an AUTO maneuver? 

Oh 07 38 3h LMP Yes. 

0U 07 38 36 CDR Okay. Okay, I'll go ahead and open the RENDEZVOUS 
RADAR circuit breaker. 

Oh 07 38 U5 LMP What happened? 



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Ok 07 38 U6 CDR 



01* 07 38 »*9 IMP 

QU 07 38 52 CDR 

OU 07 38 53 LMP 

Oh 07 38 5k CDR 

OU 07 38 57 IMP 

OU 07 39 03 CDR 




Ok 07 39 
Ok 07 39 

Ok 07 39 

Ok 07 39 

Olt 07 39 

ok 07 1+0 

Ok 07 ko 

Ok 07 **0 

OU 07 kl 

Ok 07 kl 



12 CMP 

27 LMP 

33 CMP 

U7 CDR 

57 LMP 
51 LMP 
55 CMP 

58 LMP 
03 CMP 
05 LMP 



Ok 07 kl 21 CDR 

0>» 07 kl 25 LMP 
Ok 07 kl 28 CDR 



Open the RENDEZVOUS RADARS. We're going to pitch 
down. 

Boy, it got quiet. 
Huh? 

Didn't it? We still got thrusters? 

Oh, yes. Ready? PROCEED. 

Man, I tell you, it Just got quiet. 

John, we're going to pitch down and have our X-axis 
towards you. You may lose our flashing light. 

Roger. 

John, do you know what we're going to "burn now? 
U3-5 - 1*5.3, 0, and 0. 

Roger. 

Those numbers again, Gene-o, are what? 
I'll put mine on, Tom. 

I tell you, John, that music is really -weird. 

... Think we're going to get it on the front side? 

I know it. You composed something, huh? 

I don't know, man. 

No one will believe us. Okay, Tom, we're set until 
35 minutes - 35 seconds. And we're at 1+ minutes ' 
and 35 from the burn. 

We pitch down - know it's right, but why should T 
have him out there? 

You should be looking at 105- 

INERTIAL, huh? ^ - - 



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OU 07 lH 29 IMP You're looking at 105 INERT IAL. Much better. 

0*+ 07 1*1 36 CDR But why should I have down - 

Oh 07 1*1 38 IMP Why should you have what? 

Oh 07 1*1 1*0 CDR Jose down "below me. 

0U 07 1*1 1*6 IMP You've got him "below you? Where is he? 

Ok 07 hi 50 CDR Maybe it's a reflection. You got him out there? 

0l+ 07 1*1 5h IMP No. 

Oh 07 1*1 56 CDR Something's weird. Go ahead. Okay. 

0l* 07 1(2 11 CDR If you didn't have an ORB rate ball, you couldn't 

tell where - - 

Oh 07 1*2 lU IMP You wouldn't know where the hell you were. I'm 

iooking at 270, and my ORB rate balls, according 
to this thing, is pretty good, Tom. And ve just 
updated it: 258. 

0l* 07 1*2 25 CDR Good. 

0l» 07 1*2 26 IMP That looks good. 

Ql* 07 1*2 35 CMP Okay. I show you 3 minutes to burn. 

0l* 07 1*2 1*1 IMP Okay, I'll give you mark at 3 minutes, John - 
7 seconds . 

Oh 07 1*2 51 IMP 3-2-1. 

0l* 07 h2 53 IMP MARK it. 

Oh 07 !*2 5h LMP 3 minutes. You with us? 

0U 07 1*3 03 CMP Yes, sir. That's SYNC. 

0U 07 !*3 09 CDR That's weird. Why should I see hime down there? 



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Ok 07 143 12 LMP Tom, we're going to ul§"the ASCENT FEED on this one. 

Ok 07 U3 16 CDR Yes. TTCA's ENABLED. 

Ok 07 1*3 20 LMP And mine is DISABLED. 

Oh 07 U3 2k CDR You got the AGS loaded? 

Ok 07 k3 26 LMP The AGS is loaded and counting. When you start, 

I am going to open the ascents and close the 
solenoids, so I'll get them closed in plenty of 
time. ... start closing them at 10 feet per 
second. 

Oh 07 1+3 59 CDR Okay. 
0U 07 kk 13' CDR That is weird. 

Oh 07 kk 18 LMP Hey, Tom, you want me to trim final? 

0U 07 hk 19 CDR Yes. Trim it. 

Oh 07 kk 20 LMP Ready? 
Ol* 07 kh 22 CDR Go. ... 

OI4 07 kk U3 LMP Boy, those are hard to reach. Coming up on 1 

minute, John. 

' 0U 07 kh 50 CMP . Okay. 

Oh 01 U5 17 LMP I'm coming up on 35 seconds. 

Ol* 07 1*5 20 LMP Elank. 35 seconds. 

Ol* 07 1*5 26 CDR Okay, Gene-o. We need to open the - 

Ok 07 1*5 3l+ LMP Turn on the clock, babe. 

Ol* 07 !*5 36 CDR Okay. 

. Ok 07 1*5 1*5 CDR 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, k, 3, 2, 1. 

Ol* 07 1*5 5l* CDR We're burning. Gee, you can really feel the 

acceleration. 



Ok 07 1*5 56 IMP Okay, here it goes. 

OU 07 1*5 57 CDR Open. 

OU 07 U6 05 CDR We're burning, John, we're burning. We've got 

29 to go, 26 to go. 

Ok 07 U6 07 CMP Roger. 

01* 07 1+6 08 IMP ... to go. Watch the AGS, Tom, it's counting 

better for you. Okay, I'm closing these right 
now. 

Ok 07 k6 16 CDR You've got it open. 

OU 07 k6 18 IMP We're okay. 

0l* 07 k6 25 CDR Man, you can really feel that. 

Ok 07 1*6 27 IMP Null them out, babe. You got a light vehicle. 

OU 07 1*6 32 CDR That's it. 

Ok 07 1*6 3k IMP You want to get that one? 

Ok 07 1*6 36 CDR Yes. 

OU 07 !*6 38 CMP Snoopy, did you complete the burn? Over. 

Ok 07 1*6 39 IMP Burn complete, John. 1 

0 1 * 07 1*6 52 CDR Don't want to use too much - Shit! 

0l* 07 1*6 5l* IMP Want to take that one out or not? Okay. 

0l* 07 1*6 56 CDR Okay. All zeros and 1*. Go. PROCEED. 

Ok 07 1*7 ll* IMP Good burn, John. 

0l* 07 1*7 5l* IMP Gee, I wouldn't give you a nickel in a candy 

store for the - What? 

01* 07 1*7 58 CDR That weird noise is on VHF B. 

Ok 07 1*8 01 IMP It's a what? 



OU OT U6 02 CDR It's on VHF B. 

Ok 07 03 VHP Is that riEht? 

OU 07 Oh CDR Yes. 

«. nv Lfi 08 IMP Okay. Let's go up and get him, Tom. The AGS 

0 l 07 M 08 LMP saj * he knovs where he 1B . 

OU 07 1*8 18 CDR Okay. 

s - * a, nv»v I've sot to load the V-matrix 
01, OT U8 22 IMP U ^ ^^.U -t. The AGS needle 

is U8.2 by Ul.6? Shit! 
OU 07 U 9 05 CMP Ho. do you v>nt to do the plan. «h=n 6 e, Gene, 

. ,_ t me ^ick a number. Any number you 
OU 07 1*9 08 IMP John, g^*^ time to figure it out. 

Let me load the W-natrix here. 
„>, 07 »» CMP Koser. Isho„youatUo. 2 hy..l. 

0U07U9 18 ™P That's vhat ve sot. -8.2 V Ul.6. 

OU 07 19 58 CDB I S°t a good locfcon. 

OU 07 50 17 IMP Think f ° Una hto1 

Oil 07 50 18 CDB Wed, Oood solid locfcon, 

John. 

oU 07 50 25 cmp R°e er - 

0U 07 50 3 3 - r^ffi^w^iT 

01. 07 51 03 CMP I show you at 1U2.7 miles. 

„U 07 51 07 CDR „„ 6 er. V.Te at 1U2.7, h.he. 

oU 07 51 ii '"S ••• . 



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Oh 07 50 17 LMP Look at that number. Look at that number. 

Every time we get a big high number. I'm 
going to copy that one down. 

0l+ 07 50 19 CMP When is your CDH time? Over. 

Oh 07 52 05 MP I just got 10hi 1*3:52.71. 

OU 07 52 20 • CDR Okay. 

0U 07 52 26 IMP Good. After that first one, they're good. 

Oh 07 52 28 CDR Say it to John. 

Oh 07 52 29 LMP Did you get that, John? 

Ol* 07 52 32 CMP 10U:U3:57. 

01+ 07 52 35 LMP 10lt:l*3:52.71. 

Oh 07 52 hO CMP That's right down the alley. 

0I4. 07 52 hi IMP And I'll- pick a plane-change time here rightaway. 

Oh 07 53 11 CDR I'm going to PGNS now. 

Oh 07 53 29 CDR Hello, Charlie Brown. Snoop. 

Oh 07 53 33 CMP Go ahead. Over. 

Oh 07 53 3h CDR We don't need to show any TV on docking. If 

you get a chance, just go ahead and put up the 
docking target. 

Ol* 07 53 39 CMP Say again? Over. 

OU 07 53 1*1 CDR Roger. We don't need to show them any TV on the 

docking. If you just put up - if you get a 
chance, go ahead and put up the docking target. 

Oh 07 53 U8 CMP Alrighty. 

CU 07 5U lU CMP If you guys ... too much ... That's the only 

problem. 



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Ok 07 5U 20 CDR I . can imagine. 

0U 07 1+7 LMP John, how about the plane change of 10U:15:00? 

0U 07 5I+ 53 CMP Roger. Thank you. 

0k 07 5U 5U CDR Give me a CDH time, and I'll start the event 

timer? 

0k 07 5k 55 LMP There it is, right there. 

0k 07 5k 58 CDR Okay. 

0k 07 55 35 LMP Holy smoley, babe. I'll tell you. 

0k 07 55 38 CDR How you doing? 

0k 07 55 39 LMP I need a drink of water. Let's take a look at 

our systems real quick. Everything looks good 
here. 

0k 07 55 k9 CDR Ascent water is 90 percent; 0 £ is 95 percent; 

same for ASCENT 2. 

0l+ 07 56 08 LMP ... air in this water. Not as much, but there's 

air in it. 

0k 07 56 ik CDR I see what may have happened. You know when 

you stand up like this and you look at a switch? 
You could nearly say that that's OFF. Son of a 
bitch! 

0k 07 56 31 LMP That's a mistake anyone could have made, if we 

made it. 

0k 07 56 33 CDR Yes. _ 

0k 07 56 3U LMP ■ I assume we did, and so what? So what? That's 
my feelings. So what? So, we made it. We re- 
covered from it. 

0l+ 07 56 38 CDR When it started to go, I - I 

0k 07 56 k0 LMP I was ready to burn in AGS and align our PGNS* to 

our AGS and then do an alignment. That's what we 
had to do after insertion anyway. 



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Oh 07 56 U6 CDR Yes. 

Oh 07 57 03 IMP Looking at that damn, dry, gray sand for so long, 

I don't know vhere the hell we are. 

0k 07 57 08 CDR I don't either. It's starting to look like home, 

nearly, isn't it? Hot quite, but - 

0k 07 57 16 IMP You know, you'd call it more at home if it had 

more security, but son of a bitch, there ain't 
much security down there at all. 

Oh 07 57 22 CDR Yes. 

Oh 07 57 38 IMP I don't know how the hell guys have lived with 

this Velcro as long as they have, but it is the 
shittiest stuff, I tell you. 

Oh 07 58 05 CDR That Z-axis track's taking more fuel. 

Oh 07 58 12 LMP Five more marks and we'll get a - Take some 

inside while the sun's on us. 



0U 


07 


58 


25 


CDR 


Yes, that's a good point. 


ou 


07 


58 


1*6 


CDR 


You know what the setting is? 


Oh 


07 


58 


1*8 


IMP 


Might could, I guess. 


Oh 


07 


58 


50 


CDR . 


Has it got it on there? On the side? 


Oh 


07 


58 


53 


LMP 


... guess. 


oh 


07 


58 


5k 


CDR 


No, it's got - is that it on the table? 


oh 


07 


58 


56 


LMP 


Huh? It doesn't tell you in here. 


Oh 


07 


58 


58 


CDR 


Okay. Go ahead. 


Oh 


07 


59 


10 


LMP 


Do something. 


oh 


07 


59 


11 


CDR 


Smile, and say "hi." Look out at the window 


oh 


07 


59 


1*7 


LMP 


Must be coming over the landing site again. 
Oh, hell. We're on the back side. 


oh 


07 


59 


52 


CDR 


Back side. 




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01* 08 00 05 LMP y There. Take some this way. 
OU 08 00 07 CDR Yes. 

01* 08 00 16 IMP Get it as far avay over there as you can, and 

that'll do it. Hello there, from the men in 
the moon. 

01* 08 00 22 CDR (Laughter) 

01* 08 00 26 LMP You can't really bounce around vhen you're tied 

down like this. 

01+ 08 00 29 . CDR Ho. 

01* 08 00 30 CMP Man ... 

01* 08 x>0 32 LMP Well,' why don't you - why don't you - I flashed 

up in here, why don't you try and flash back in 
there. The rest of it, take it outside. Okay? 

Oh 08 00 1*3 CDR • Okay. 

0k 08 00 1*6 LMP I'll j Ust take the rest Qf it outside> 

01. 08 00 50 CDR I wish I could do this cheaper. John, you ought 

to hear these thrusters firing in here. It's 
really like a big garbage can getting banged 
around. 

01* 08 01 20 CDR We ought to record our fuel. We should have 

recorded that fuel and I didn't. 

01* 08 01 21* LMP x have been> TonK IIye been recording after 

every burn. 

01+ 08 01 26 CDR After every burn. Good. Go ahead and do it. 

' 01* 08 01 31* CMP ... in plane . 

01* 08 01 39 CDR John, I'm tracking right on the bellyband, and 

my mertial needles are right zero, babe. 

01* 08 01 1+3 CMP Yes._ Well, I'm not shoving you right on zero, 

but it's nothing to worry ... 20 miles ... 
something. 



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Ok 08 01 U8 CDR Yes. 

0U 08 02 01 IMP John, remember how we said this morning - we all 

said how good it was to put these suits on for 
a Change? Still feel that way? 

Ok 08 02 11 CMP ... 

Ok 08 02 13 IMP Still good to put these suits on for a 

change? 

Oh 08 02 19 CMP I never said that. 

0U 08 02 21 CDR I guess I did. I felt like that for a few 

minutes. I must have lost my mind. 

0** 08 02 28 IMP Actually, it did feel good for a change. 

0k 08 02 kk IMP Helium is ... Well, that's right because we 

use more fuel on ascent. Boy, the APS sure 
didn't use much pressure out of there, did it? 

0k 08 02 50 CDR No. 

0U 08 02 51 IMP I recorded it when we started burning and - 

0l* 08 03 31 IMP Tom, we need a backup mark at 36 minutes. 

0k 08 03 3 1 * CDR Yes. 

0k 08 03 36 CMP You all do the - plane change at 10l*:15» right, 

Gene-o? 

0U 08 03 39 IMP Yes, 10U:15> John. 

0k 08 03 kk IMP I hope there is none though. Boy that's a long 

time in - - Look at this. 

0k 08 0k 27 IMP That recycle is taking forever! 

0U 08 0k 31 CDR Yes , ' 

0k 08 Ok k2 CMP ... 

0k 08 0U I45 CDR What, John? 



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OU 08 0*+ ^9 CMP Our EEFSMMAT ' s slipped. 

Oh 08 Olt 51 CDR Yes. 

Oh 08 Oh 55 IMP John, this consistently is saying we're about 

152 to 15 1 * miles. It looks like TPI has gone 
5I1 seconds away from us, made it a little bit 
longer . 

Oh 08 05 09 CMP Roger. 

OU 08 05 22 IMP We got real good numbers, plus 0.30, 0, and 

plus 1.9 on our first cut. 

OU 08 05 30 CDR That's nothing. 

Oh 08 05 h2 CDR There's Jack's crater, again. 

Oh 08 06 h9 CMP ... I'm showing a plus point - I'm showing minus 

1.1 for the plane change. That looks good. 

Oh 08 06 59 IMP Wait a moment and I'll take a look at what ours 

says here in a minute. 

Oh 08 08 2h IMP We show minus 3.1, which is again the opposite 

direction. We will not do it, John. 

Oh 08 08 3 1 * CMP Okay. 

01* 08 09 08 CDR Okay. Minus 36 minutes. Okay. There's 126 - 7. 

Let's see how this compares to the nominal. 

0I4 08 09 29 LI-TP 23 and 10. 

0U 08 09 57 IMP Hey, John, if you can, when we get back, see if 

you can get a picture of the ascent stage only, 
will you? 

Oh 08 10 02 CM? Okay ... 

0l+ 08 10 C6 IMP Okay. Great. 

Oh 08 10 12 CDR Look at the boulders on that. 

Olt 08 10 21 CMP You guys said you weren't going to do that plane 

change? 



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Oh 08 10 2h LMP No. We are not going to do it. If you can, 

when we get back - Don't sweat it - but if you 
can, see if you can get some ascent-only 
pictures. Ascent-stage-only pictures. 

Ok 08 10 h2 CMP Yes, I will. 

Ok 08 10 hh IMP Okay. 

0U 08 10 53 CMP ... I got you on the other frame, but I don't 

know if this dang camera was in the right focus 
for up there, or the right setting. But I was 
really hopping. 

01+ 08 10 58 CDR We got it all taped up for you. 

Oh 08 11 00 CMP Your Hasselblad ain't taped up. 

0U 08 11 09 IMP It should be f:8 at 250th, something like that. 

Ok 08 11 12 CMP Yes. That's, what I had it set on. I think I 

need — 

Oh 08 11 20 IMP I got to call for another VERB 93 here and 

initialize, even though we don't do the plane 
change. I'll do it about plane-change time. 

Oh 08 11 29 CDR Look at our rendezvous radar. 

Oh 08 11 51 LMP Want some water, babe? 

Oh 08 11 52 CDR . Yes. Do you want some grapejuice? 

0^ 08 11 57 CDR Think I'll have some grapejuice. All we got 

to do is get back in dock and get that tunnel 
pressurized and we're home, Gene-o. ... hours 
to go. 

Oh 08 12 17 LMP One more big burn after that. Boy, I'll tell 

you those burns sure settle that crap that's 
laying around here, don't they? 

Oh OS 12 25 CDR Yes. Boy, that ascent burn was wild, and we're 

the first ones that's had an evaluation of it. 
See, 9 only burned it for a- couple of seconds. 
But that thing was whoo, whoo. 





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Oh 08 12 33 


IMP 


Oh 08 12 3*» 


CDR 


Oh 08 11 35 




04 08 11 36 




Oh 08 12 hi 




Oh 08 12 hi 


CMP 


Oh 08 lU 1*2 


CDR 


Oh 08 lU 51 


IMP 


OU 08 lh 52 




OU 08 11+ 53 


IMP 


Ol+ 08 15 06 


LMP 


Oh 08 15 17 


CMP 


oi* 08 15 27 


CDR 


OU 08 15 52 


CDR 



C ONHUbN I 



Is that right? 
Yes. 

Boy, it - it was rocking, I thought - - 
Boy, it rocks. 

John, could you see our plume when we fired? , 

Yes, I could on the descent turn. 

Look at that crater, Gene-o. See those "black 
things where it slumps down? Right near the 
rim is black stuff and halfway down is black. 
See that? 

Yes. 

In" that region down there? 
Boy, that is something. 

Hey, John, you ain't never seen so many MASTER 
ALARMS and warning lights as you've seen on 
this bird. 

Strange things, we got computers going on in 
here, too. You wouldn't believe some of them. 

On that phasing burn, we had the master caution 
on three times with the DESCENT QUANTITY going 
low twice and the GIMBAL light's coming on. 
Also our fuel pressure showed zero. Other than' 
that, it was a pretty nominal burn, John. 

You can see how these craters are formed? How 
the sides slump in and leave these tailings in 
the back? 

Oh 08 15 57 LMP Yes, yes, I sure can. 

0l+ 08 16 03 LMP There's that one that Jack May wanted. 

OU 08 16 15 CMP When is the ground supposed to pick us up? 



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ok 08 16 18 




Pick us up at 2'i and 25. 


Ok 08 16 21 


CMP 


Roger, after CDH. 


OU 08 16 22 


CDR 


Yes. 


Ok 08 16 23 


CMP 


No, ... 


OU 08 16 25 


CDR 


Yes. 


0l» 08 16 39 


IMP 


There's an update after the - after the - 
initialize the W-matrix. 


0^ 08 16 1*8 


CDR 


What was it? 


ok 08 IT 17 


LMP 


Okay. Now it's taking one. The first mark after 
you initialize the W-matrix 


OU 08 17 20 


CDR 


Is that the . . .? 


01* 08 17 21 


IMP 


is ... Look at that. 


OU 08 17 23 


CDR 


Zero . 


■Ok 08 17 37 


IMP 


Look at that - on AGS MIN DEAD BAND . Look at 
how close the AGS thinks that is to it. Look 
at it. 


oi* 08 17 56 


CDR 


(Laughter) Want to do this in PGNS, or we do it 
in AGS ATTITUDE HOLD? Let's do it in AGS 
ATTITUDE HOLD and see what we get. 


cU 08 18 ok 


IMP 


Yes, let's do it. Let's try it. We owe it to 
the vehicle to - 


Ok 08 18 1*2 


LMP 


Either these oxygen gages don't work, or we just 
ain't using any. 


Ok 08 18 1+6 


CDR 


Our cabin pressure is holding real good. Real 
tight . 


ok 08 18 52 


IMP 


It's warm in here, hut not exceptionally hot. 


.01* 08 18 55 


CDR 


Yes. 


'oi* 08 18 56 


IMP 


Turn that cabin fan on; see how much noise it 



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oh 


08 19 26 


LMP 


We'll make one more recycle after five marks 
and then let it go to 12 minutes. Oh, Tom, 
23 minutes, I need a backup. 


Oh 


08 19 33 


CDR 


Okay . 


oh 


08 20 3U 


LMP 


AGS is right on. Look, 105-5 miles and 129 feet 
per second. That's not bad. 23 minutes, T.P. 


Oh 


08 20 1*7 


CDR 


Okay. Mark it. R-DOT is 126. 


Oh 


08 20 57 


LMP 


126. Is that all? 


Oh 


08 21 01 


CDR 


Yes. About what it's supposed to be. Yes. 
That's within a foot per second of the nominal. 


oh 


08 21 35 


CDR 


I still don't hear Jose out there. Were they 
there when they burned CSI? The ground wasn't 
in contact, were they? 


oh 


08 22 08 


LMP 


I'm sorry, Tom, I - I didn't hear you. 


oh 


08 22 10 


CDR 


We were out of contact with the ground when we 
burned CSI, weren't we? 


Oh 


08 22 15 


LMP 


Yes. We need another backup mark at 10 minutes. 


Oh 


08 22 23 


CDR 


Yes. 


Oh 


08 22 26 


CMP 


You guys got 21 minutes and counting on that? 


oh 


08 22 27 


LMP 


Yes. Yes. 


Oh 


08 22 28 


CDR 


Yes. About 21:20. 


Oh 


08 22 31 


CDR 


MARK. 


Oh 


08 22 33 


CMP 


Okay. 


Oh 


08 22 36 


CDR 


How's the burn over there doing on RCS fuel, John? 


oh 


08 22 38 


CMP 


Well, it was doing okay, until the last 100 miles 
or so. I had to put it in tight deadband, because 
when you started talking about things like plane 
changes, I want to be able to go back and look 
at the ball. 


oh 


08 22 51 


CDR 


Yes. 



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I think we're in . .., right now. 

Yes. Here comes the earth! Beautiful. I'll 
get it. It really comes up. 

OU 08 23 05 CMP Roger. Burn was nominal. Your burn was 1*5-3 and 

you bur ned . . . was 1*6 . 9 • • • 

Ok 08 23 22 Uff Isn't that phenomenal? 

OU 08 23 31* CMP Boy, this tracking of the LM against the back- 

ground of the lunar surface down there is really 
fantastic. 

Oh 08 23 k€ CC We copy, Charlie Brown. 

OU 08 23 1*9 CDR Houston, this is Snoopy. How do you read? * 

Ok 08 23 50 IMP Let me get them on high gain, babe. 

0l+ 08 23 56 CC ■ Hey, Snoop. We're reading you 1+ by. Over. 

0l+ 08 2k 00 CDR Roger. We had a nominal burn. Everything went 

good, and we had a beautiful earthrise as you 
came up from behind the horizon. 

OU 08 2k 10 LMP Golly. 

OU 08 2k 12 CC Roger. Need your NOUN 8 - Snoop, Houston. Need 

your NOUN 8l numbers and your residuals. Over. 

Ok 08 2k 20 CDR Roger. Stand by. 

Ok 08 2k 26 LMP Okay. For CSI, the NOUN 8l numbers were 1*5-3, 

0 and 0. Residuals were 0, minus 0.1*, and 0. 

0l* 08 21* Ul CC Roger, Snoop. We copy. 1+5-3, 0, 0. Residuals: 

0, minus 0.1*, 0. Thank you much. 

Oh 08 2l* 50 LMP Now we're going to try and get you high gain. 

Let me copy that down first. 

0k 08 25 ll* LMP Wonder if I can call NOUN 75 up? 

0l+ 08 25 16 CC Charlie Brown, did Snoop do a plane change? 

Over. 



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Ok 08 25 18 CMP Snoopy did not do a plane change. He had 

trouble after that align, which was 6.k, so he 
decided not to do it then, and at the plane- 
change time, which was 10U:15> I had minus 1.1 
and he had plus - had one in the opposite direc- 
tion- So we decided not to do it there. 

OU 08 25 5U CC Roger. We copy. 

OU 08 25 59 CDR What was that? 

OU 08 26 32 LMP Hello, Houston. This is Snoopy on high gain. 

How do you read? 

Ok 08 26 37 CC Roger. We got you on high gain, Snoop. 

Ok 08 26 k2 LMP Okay. This - this high-gain stuff is a piece of 

cake. I don't know what you all were so worried 
about . 

Ok 08 26 51 CDR (Laughter ) ... 

Ok 08 26 52 CC Wish we could say. the same about the OMNI's. 

OU 08 26 53 CDR (Laughter) 

Ok 08 26 55 LMP All I did was look at you coming over the horizon 

and I pointed the high gain up - down my Z-axis 
liked I hoped I could, and bam! There you were, 
and she locked on. 

OU 08 27 08 CC Roger. We got you, and we see you counting 

down. We see you l6:k^. 

Ok 08 27 13 LMP Okay. It seems like every time we initialize 

or call a P20 for the first time, the first 
mark we have to reject because it's got horren- 
dous five-digit numbers in it. 

OU 08 27 29 CC Roger. We copy. 

0^ 08 27 1»3 LMP Charlie Brown, this is Snoopy. 

Ok 08.27 it 5 CMP Go ahead. Over. 

Ok 08 27 1+T LMP Okay. It looks like TPI - My last recycle, 

TPI has moved away from us 2 minutes and 
20 seconds. I'm going to try calculating our 



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Oh 08 28 Ol+ CMP 

Oh 08 28 10 CC 

Oh 08 28 3h CMP 

- Oh 08 28 U0 CDR 



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our plane change here and compare it with yours, 
but it looks like we're in good shape. I've got 
a DELTA-H of 1^.9. 

Roger • 

Roger, Snoop. We copy. Houston. 

Okay. I got you at 96.25 miles now. That sound 
about right? 

Roger, Charlie Brown, Snoop. We're locked on 
with you all the way. Right together. 

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0^ 08 30 59 LMP That's it Charlie Brown. Isn't that magnificent, 

Tom? Would you believe it? North pole is on 
the righthand side. 

Oil 08 31 12 CDR Right. 

OU 08 31 53 LMP Better get the 13th Mark. 

Ok 08 31 57 CDR We got beaucoup. 

Ok 08 32 01 CMP Okay. I'm showing minus k.2. 

Ok 08 32 08 LMP John, you don't want to burn it, do you? 

Ok 08 32 10 CDR No. 

Ok 08 32 11 LMP Let - 

Ok 08 32 12 CMP I don't believe it. 

Ok 08 32 13 CDR No. I don't either, John, we're going to just 
ignore it here. 

Ok 08 32 17 CMP You can ... quite easily. 

Ok 08 32 20 CDR Yes. 

Ok 08 32 22 LMP Let's not burn it. Ours was in the opposite 

direction, even with the sign changed, but let's 
not burn it - You're right down the bellyband, 
babe . 



Ok 08 32 35 


LMP 


13th mark will get it. 


Ok 08 32 39 


CDR 


We'll see. 


Oi* 08 32 k2 


IMP 


10 minutes, Tom, I need a mark. 


Ok 08 33 U7 


LMP 


Isn't that just fantastic, Tom? 


Ok 08 33 k8 


CDR 


Stand by. 


Ok 08 33 50 


CDR 


MARK. 


Oh 08 33 51 


LMP 


Okay. 


Ok 08 33 52 


CDR 


12k feet per second. 



Ok 08 33 53 


IMP 


12h. What about - That's all I need. 


Oh 08 33 57 


CDR 


Yes, the ... is ... 


OU 08 33 59 


IMP 


That's all I need. 0.1 and 137-9- 0.1 - 


OU 08 3k 31 


CDR 


You vaht me to PROCEED? Get it? 


OU 08 3h 36 


IMP 


Okay. I got plus 1.2 DELTA -V^ , and X is plus 0.2. 


Ot 08 3k kO 


CDR 


You want me to PROCEED? 


Ok 08 3 1 * ' UU 


• IMP 


Okay - okay, that's good - that's good. Yes. 


Ol* 08 3k U8 


CMP 


Okay, minus ... 8l is minus 0.5, 0, and minus 2.9 
for P33. 


OU 08 35 Oi 


IMP 


Okay, John, that's good. We'll burn ours. Ours 
is plus 0.1, 0, and plus 3.0. 


O.U 08 35 11 


CC 




Ok 08 35 13 


IMP 


Charlie Brown, did you read me? Houston may 
have cut you out - it's plus 0.1, 0, and 
plus 3.0. 


Ok 08 35 28 


CMP 


Roger . 


OU 08 35 29 


IMP 


That's plus 0.1, 0, and plus 3.0. 


Oh 08 35 33 


CMP 


Roger ... 


Ol* 08 35 3l» 


IMP 


Okay, and the backups gave me plus 0.2 and 
plus 1.2, so we're in good shape. 


Ok 08 35 39 


CMP 


Yes. 


OU 08 35 kl 


CDR 


Okay, we'll make this AGS, ATTITUDE HOLD, and 
let's make sure we get the right one. 


Ok 08 35 k3 


IMP 


Okay. We're all set? 


Ok 08 35 ^7 


CDR 


We're set. 


Ok 08 35 ^8 


IMP 


Okay . 


Oh 08 35 k9 


CDR 


Call POO. 



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Ol» 08 35 50 

OU 08 35 57 

Oh 08 35 58 

Oh 0& 36 hO 

Oh 08 36 Ul 

OU 08 36 1*2 

OU 08 36 56 

OU 08 37 33 



OU 08 37 56 
Qh 08 37 58 
OU 08 37 59 

08 38 05 
OU 08 38 07 
OU 08 38 08 
OU 08 38 09 
01+ 08 38 12 
Oh 08 38 13 

oU 08 38 21 
Oh 08 38 23 



IMP 

CDR 
LMP 
CDR 
CDR 
IMP 
CDR 
CMP 



Oh 08 37 36 CDR 



CDR 
IMP 
CDR 

IMP 
CDR 
LMP. 
CDR 
LMP 
CDR 

CMP 
CDR 



Let's get this thing updated? VERB 1*7- 

Ready? Ready? 

Yes. 

PROCEED . 

We're coming over the old craters. 

Okay, habq, call up hi and get me an 06 86. 

Plus 0.1, zip, plus 3.0. 

That's the nicest CDH - that's the nicest CDH 
burn we ever got. 

That's right, John. Looks like our CSI solution - 
the total targeting was just fantastic. 

Oh, I wish I had a - 

Hasselblad, huh? 

Yes. Look at this double digged out crater. 
Look at the rays that go out from that thing, 
see. These go out 

we'll get them. 

Look at them. Boo. See out there. 

Yes, yes, you can see across both of them - - 

- - ... hit . . : 

- - see across both of them. 

Okay. Let's make sure we get the right AGS 
stuff this time. Go to ENTER, to ... - - 

Going to do it on that AGS, right? 

Yes. We'll give the old AGS a try again. 
(Laughter) We'll make sure we're at ATTITUDE 
HOLD. We knew what was wrong before. 

Okay. What's the procedure now? 



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Ok 08 38 33 CMP 



Ok 08 38 39 
OU 08 38 kQ 

Ok 08 38 k6 
Oh 08 38 kQ 



Ok 08 39 26 
Ok 08 39 29 
Ok 08 39 39 
OU 08 39 ^5 



Ol» 08 hO 00 

Ok 08 UO 01 

OU 08 Uo 05 

Ok 08 hO 08 

OU 08 UO 22 

Ok 08 kO 30 
Ok 08 1*0 32 
Olt 08 hO 3>6 
Oh 08 ho 38 



CDR 
IMP 

CDR 
IMP 



Ok 08 39 06 CMP 



CMP 
IMP 



CMP 
IMP 



CDR 
IMP 
CDR 



The procedure is, babe, Just go to AGS, 
ATTITUDE HOLD for the burn. 



AGS MODE CONTROL, ATTITUDE HOLD; GUIDANCE 
CONTROL, AGS; and that's it. 

What about DEAD BAND? 

DEADRAND, MIN - DEAD BAND , MIN; AGS, MODE CONTROL, 
ATTITUDE HOLD and GUIDANCE CONTROL, AGS. 

I'm not sure they weren't taking a wild guess at 
them answers anyway. I'm not sure - they could 
have been wrong. 

Hello, Charlie Brown. Houston. Over. 
Go ahead. Go ahead, Houston. 

Houston, go ahead. Charlie Brown's reading you. 

Roger, Snoop. I'm not reading him at all. 
Notice - we noticed he bypassed his roll maneu- 
ver at about 10^:33. We recommend he manually 
roll 180 before he does his P20 AUTO maneuver. 
Over, out to the burn. 

Roger. 

He got that. 

Okay, we barely heard him. Thank you. 

John, we're at 03:1*3, 03:*<2, counting down to 
the burn. 

You want to make sure you key those in - You put 
them in PULSE and then key them and then go to - 

We don't have Z-axis track anymore, do we? 

Sure we do. Here. 

Yes. Okay. 

Sure you do. 



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Ok 08 UO 1*2 

Oh 08 1+0 1+8 

01+ 08 1+0 53 

Ok 08 i»o 56 




CDR 
LMP 
CDR 
LMP 



0l» 08 1*1 09 CDR 
Ok 08 1+1 18 LMP 



How come we're pitching up like that. 

Oh, I'm sorry, you do not have Z-axis track. 

You bette" believe it, babe. 

Wait a minute. In - We went through and we 
killed 20, but we didn't kill POO; but we got 
radar discrete but no Z~axis track. 

Listen, these error needles aren't aligned, either. 

Yes, sure, we got the radar discrete but no 
Z-axis track at this point. 



0k 


08 


l+l 


20 


CDR 


That's right. 


oi+ 


08 


1+1 


39 


LMP 


This means you want to thrust down, babe, with 
the hand controller. 


01+ 


08 


kl 


1+1 


CDR 


Yes, TTCA is - - 


0!+ 


08 


kl 


1+3 


LMP 


Down and aft. Down - - 


01+ 


08 


1+1 


1+6 


CDR 


Aft and left. 


oi+ 


08 


1+1 


50 


LMP 


Down and aft, but that's down, that's the main 
thing. That's 2 minutes, John. 


01+ 


08 


1+2 


01 


CMP 


Roger . 


oi+ 


08 


1+2 


Ik 


CMP 


What's your first hack at TPI? 


01+ 


08 


1+2 


28 


LMP 


John, our hack at TPI that we put in back ther 
at - - 


01+ 


08 


1+2 


32 


CDR 


Oh, what - Jose, are you - are you maneuvering 
now? 


oi» 


08 


1+2 


36 


CMP 


Yes. 


oi+ 


08 


1.2 


38 • 


CDR 


Okay. We just lost lock. 


01+ 


08 


1.2 


39 


LMP 


Okay, you ought to go to - , r 


oi+ 


08 


1.2 


1+1 


CDR 


SLEW. 



Oh 08 h2 k2 mp 



Oh 08 1*2 57 


CMP 


Oh 08 1*2 58 


CDR 


01* 08 h2 59 


LMP 


Olt 08 1(3 02 


CDR 


0l» 08 1<3 oil 


LMP 


Oh 08 1*3 10 


CDR 


01* 08 1*3 lit 


LMP 


01* 08 1*3 16 


CDR 


Oil 08 1*3 21 


LMP 



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Roger . 
Okay ... 

^p-wV:;^:."" 1 -' » ^^^^ 

Let's go to AGS, ATTITUDE HOLD. Alright? 

Standi. Go back . go ^ tQ ^ ao 
Beautiful. 

Okay. DSKY blanks - - 



Okay. 



01* 08 1*3 27 CMP 



Roger . 



<* 08.* 3 3 6 LMP Do™ 3 and aft. 

0* 08 1*3 37 CDR y es . 

01* 08 1*3 h3 lmp in 

io^XX ?T- in AGS ' ^ DEADBA ™> ATTITUDE 

0* 08 1*3 53 LMP BURNING . Skosni more That _ t + 

Watch it slip - flip! g £et "* 

01* 08 1*1* 09 CDR okay, 0, - 

0*03 1*1*11- up 0.10 and minus i. 

(A 06 W 16 CDR The burn was good. 

0*08^18 CMP Excellent. 

01* 08 hh 23 CP d 

Roger, Snoop, Ve copy. 

01* 08 J* ii 2h CDR 

Di d you copy th e residua l 

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Ol* 08 hh 28 CC 

Oil 08 hh 35 CDR 

Oh 08 hk kO CMP 



Tom, I think we got it all. Over. 



Okay. Go back up, John, and we'll be all set 
to track.