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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION 

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By authority of S^t 



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APOLLO 13 
ONBOARD VOICE 
TRANSCRIPTION 



•W/ (u) 

/^^"/^ RECORDED ON THE 
?//cf//# COMMAND MODULE 
ONBOARD RECORDER 
DATA STORAGE EQUIPMENT 



(DSE) 

APRIL 1970 




MANNED SPACECRAFT CENTER 

HOUSTON.TEXAS 



UNCLASSIFIED 



SECURITY CLASSIFICATION 



The material contained herein has been tran- 
scribed into a working paper in order to facili- 
tate review by interested MSG elements. This 
document, or portions thereof, may be declas- 
sified subject to the following guidelines: 

Portions of this document will be classi- 
fied CONFIDEUTIAL , Group k, to the extent that 
they: (l) define quantitative performance 
characteristics of the Apollo Spacecraft, 
(2) detail critical performance characteristics 
of Apollo crew systems and equipment, (3) pro- 
vide technical details of significant launch 
vehicle malfunctions in actual flight or reveal 
actual launch trajectory data, (^4) reveal medi- 
cal data on flightcrew members which can be 
considered privileged data, or (5) reveal other 
data which can be individually determined to 
require classification under the authority of 
the Apollo Program Security Classification 
Guide, SCG-11, Rev. 1, 1/1/66. 



UNCLASSIFIED 



UNCLASSIFIED 



INTRODUCTION 



This document is the transcription of the Apollo 13 fllghtcrew 
communications as recorded on the command module (CM) data storage 
equipment (DSE) , and subsequently transmitted (dumped) to Manned Space 
Flight Network stations. Magnetic tapes containing dumped voice and 
onboard-recorded ground elapsed time were forwarded to the NASA Manned 
Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas. Transcription of these tapes was 
managed by David M, Goldenbaum, Test Division. Apollo Spacecraft Pro- 
gram Office, to whom questions regarding this document should be 
referred. 

In the text , a series of three dots (...) is used to designate 
those portions of the communications that could not be transcribed be- 
cause of garbling. One dash (-) is used to indicate a speaker's pause 
or a self-interruption. Two dashes (- -) are used to indicate an inter- 
ruption by another speaker or a point at which a recording was abruptly 
terminated. 

The Apollo 13 mission was flown April 11 to IT. 19T0. 
Speakers in the transcript are identified as follows: 
Spacecraft : 

Commander James A. (Jim) Lovell, Jr. 

CMP Command module pilot John L. (Jack) Swigert , Jr. 

LMP Lunar module pilot Fred W. Haise, Jr. 

SC Unidentifiable crewmember 

MS Multiple speakers 

Mission Control Centers: 

CC Capsule communicator (CAP COMM) 

LCC Launch control center 

The transcript is divided into three columns—time, speaker, and 
text The time column consists of four two-digit pairs for days, hours, 
minutes, and seconds (e.g., Oh 22 3h ih) . The speaker column indicates 
the source of a transmission; the text column contains the verbatim 
transcript of the commimications . 

UNCLASSIFIED 



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Hour 


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Sec 




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LCC 


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LOG 


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00 


00 


LCC 


00 


00 


00 


01 


LCC 


00 


00 


00 


02 


CDR 


00 


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00 


03 


CMP 


00 


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05 


CMP 


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00 


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10 


LCC 


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CDR 


00 


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lU 


CDR 


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CC 


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CDR 


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CC 


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CMP 



00 00 00 3h CDR 

00 00 00 37 CC 

00 00 00 k2 CC 

00 00 00 1+3 CI-IP 

00 00 00 hk CDR 

00 00 00 U5 CMP 

00 00 00 1+8 CDR 

00 00 00 52 CMP 



DAY 1 

10, 9, 8, T, 6, - 

IGNITION - 

1+, 3, 2, 1, 0 - 

LIFT-OFF. 

The clock is running. 
Yes. 

Yaw program. 
Clear the tover. 
Clear tower. 

The yaw complete and roll program. 
Houston; Roger roll. 
2000 feet. 

13, Houston. GO at 30 seconds. 

Okay, you're right on, Jim. You're right on 
trajectory. 

Roll complete and we're pitching. 
Roger that. Stand by for Mode I Bravo. 
I Bravo. 
I Bravo. 
RCS COMMMD. 
I Bravo. 

One-and-a-half g's. Okay, high Q coming up. 
Okay. 




2 



Day 1 



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00 


55 




Cabin's corning down. 


00 


00 


00 


57 


CDR 


ALT is looking good. 


00 


00 


01 


02 


CMP 


Okay, you're right on - - 


00 


00 


01 


03 


cc 


13 J Houston. GO at 1, We show the cabin 
relieving. 


00 


00 


01 


05 


CMP 


Yes. 


00 


00 


01 


o6 


CDR 


13; Roger. 


00 


00 


01 


07 


CMP 


You're right on, Jim. 


00 


00 


01 


09 


CDR 


Coining up on 2g's. ALT is looking good. 


00 


00 


01 


IT 


CDR 


Two g's. 


00 


00 


01 


26 


CDR 


ALT is looking good. 


00 


00 


01 


31 


CMP 


Okay, you're right on at 01:30. 10 U - a 
bit high - we're a little bit high, about 
a mile. 


00 


00 


01 


37 


CDR 


Got to speak louder. 


00 


00 


01 


39 


CMP 


Okay. 


00 


00 


01 


ko 


IMP 


Cabin's looking good. 


00 


00 


01 


h3 


CDR 


Two-and-a-half g ' s and we ' re looking good 
alpha. 


00 


00 


01 


50 


CDR 


40 000. 


00 


00 


01 


55 


CC 


13 J Houston. Stand by for Mode I ChEirlie. 


00 


00 


01 


57 


CDR 


Roger. 


00 


oo 


01 


58 


CC 


... I Charlie. 


00 


00 


01 


59 


CDR 


MARK. 


00 


00 


02 


00 


CDR 


I Charlie. 


00 


00 


02 


01 


CMP/LMP 


I Charlie. 



Day 1 


(i 




00 00 02 02 




And, 13; you're GO for staging. 


00 00 02 oh 




GO for stELging. Roger. 


00 00 02 05 




We're EDS, manual. 


00 00 02 07 






00 00 02 08 


CC 




00 00 02 11 


CDR 


Three— and.— a— tialf g s • 


00 00 02 15 


CDR 


Inboard. . . . ? 


00 00 02 27 


CC 


Confinn inlDoard out, 13; you're looking good. 


00 00 02 29 


ODE 


Roger. 


00 00 02 h2 






00 00 02 it5 




Got a little flash out the window. 


00 00 02 U8 


CDR 


S-II ignition. 


00 00 02 50 


CMP 




00 00 02 51 


LMP 


Yes , 


00 00 02 52 


CDR 


We have half a g; looks good. 


00 00 02 57 




Okay 3 min . That * s the "bahe • 


00 00 03 00 




13 Houston. Trajectory is good; thrust is goodi 


00 00 03 03 


CDR 




00 00 03 Oh 


CMP 


She's right on, Jim. 


00 00 03 06 


LMP 


Stand hy for tower JETT. 


00 00 03 1^ 


CMP 


Skirt SEP. 


00 00 03 16 


LMP 


Okay, tower JETT. 


00 00 03 17 


CDR 


Roger . 


00 00 03 18 


LMP/CDR 


Tower JETT. 




" *CONFIDEH*UL 



00 


00 


03 


19 


CMP 


Beautiful. 


00 


00 


03 


20 


CC 


Confirm skirt SEP; Roger tower JETT; Mode II, 
Jim. Looking good. 


00 


00 


03 


22 


LMP 


Look at that. 


00 


00 


03 


2k 


CDR 


Mode II. 


00 


00 


03 


28 


liyip 


Look at the horizon out there. 


00 


00 


03 


29 


CMP 


Yes . There it comes . 


00 


00 


03 


32 


LMP 


That plume! 


00 


00 


03 


33 


CDR 


Guidance initiate. 


00 


00 


03 


3k 


LMP 


That plume! Boy, is she boiling. That really - - 


00 


00 


03 


38 


CMP 


Here . 


00 


00 


03 


39 


LMP 


- - points avay, there. Window is not too bad. 


00 


00 


03 


1+3 


CC 


13, Houston. Guidance is good, and the CMC is GO, 


00 


00 


03 


k6 


CMP 


Okay. Thank you. 


00 


00 


03 


kl 


CDR 


13; Roger. 


00 


00 


03 


k9 


CMP 


Okay, we're Mode II; I'm set for staging. 


00 


00 


03 


52 


CDR 


Mode II. Got them all RATE COMMAKD and hang on. 


00 


00 


ok 


00 


CDR 


Four minutes . 


00 


00 


ok 


03 


CMP 


Okay, Jim, we're right on. 


00 


00 


ok 


Ok 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


ok 


05 


CMP 


Trajectory's looking good. 


00 


00 


ok 


06 


CDR 


Want a little bit more light? 


00 


00 


ok 


07 


CMP 


No, no. That's it 


00 


00 


ok 


08 


CDR 


How's this? 



»<ONgu;;)£yiiAL 



Day 1 

00 00 oh 09 CMP Yes. That's fine. 

00 00 Oh 12 CDR 0lt:ll. 

00 00 oh 13 LMP Cabin's settled out very nicely. 

00 00 OU lU CMP Yes. 
00 00 Oi+ 15 CDR Okay. 

00 00 OU 16 CC 13, Houston. You're GO at h minutes. The little 

red lines are right on the little white lines 
down here. 

00 00 Ol+ 22 CDR Sounds good. 

00 00 Oh 30 CDR Coming up on one g. 

00 00 Oi+ 31 CMP Boy, we're right on. We're about a mile and 

two-tenths high, though, but we're right on 
and right on H-dot. 

00 00 Oh 36 CDR That's ... One g. You could walk around here. 

00 00 OU 51 CMP I bet I never had such a view. Fred-o ... 

00 00 Oh 55 CC 13, Houston. Coming up 5 minutes; you're looking 
perfect. Over. 

00 00 Oh 59 CDR 13, Roger. Coming to gimbal motors. 

00 00 05 Oh CMP Okay. Watching 8. 

00 00 05 32 CMP Inboard. 

00 00 05 36 CC We confirm inboard out. 

00 00 05 38 CDR That shouldn't have happened. 

00 00 05 ho CMP Ho. That's l:h2. That's 2 minutes early. 

00 00 05 hh CC 13, Houston. Stand by for S-IVB to COI capability. 

00 00 05 hQ CDR S-IVB to COI. Roger. 

00 00 05 h9 CC Roger. You've got it now, Jim. 



6 








1^ 


CONFIDiN*^L 












We've got S-IVB to COI. 






05 


53 




01ta.y# Gijn [sic] motops, tJijii. Set 1« 










CDR 


Okay. PITCH 1. 








5T 


CMP 








05 


58 


CDR 


YAW 1. 






05 


59 


CMP 


Good. PITCH 2. 






06 






PITCH 2 . 


00 


00 


o6 








00 


00 


06 


02 


CDR 


YAW 2 - - 


00 


00 


06 


03 


CC 


You're GO at 6 minutes, 13. 


00 


00 


o6 


06 


CDR 


GO at 6. And, Houston, what's the story on 






06 


1^ 


CC 


inboard out was early, but the other engines are 
GO and you're GO, 


00 


00 


06 


21 


CDR 


Roger. 


00 


00 


06 




IKP 


Okay. We're - we're a little bit low on H-dot, 
now, but that's to be expected. 


00 


00 


06 


28 


CDR 


Okay. We're Mode II, gentlemen. Mode II. 


00 


00 


06 


hi 


CC 


13, Houston. You're still looking good; your 
gimbals are good; trim is good. 


00 


00 


06 


h^ 


CDR 


Roger. We just checked the trim. It doesn't fit. 






06 


53 




13, Houston. Level sense arm time, 8 plus 38, 
nominal; S-II cut-off time, 9 plus h8. Over. 


00 


00 


OT 


01 


CDR 


Roger. Nominal on the level sense arm, 09:^+8 on 
the S-II cut-off. 


00 


00 


OT 


06 


CMP 


It's going to run - - 



» CONFfDiMilAL 



Day 1 



T 



00 00 OT 07 cc 

GO 00 07 13 CDR 

00 00 07 23 CDR 

00 00 07 32 CMP 

00 00 07 38 CDR 

00 00 07 ^1 CMP 

00 00 07 U8 CMP 

00 00 07 53 CDR 

00 00 07 56 CMP 

00 00 08 01 CC 

00 00 08 05 CDR 

00 00 08 08 IMP 

00 00 08 13 CMP 

00 00 08 19 CDR 

00 00 08 27 IMP 

00 00 08 31 CMP 

00 00 10 28 LMP 

00 00 10 32 CDR 

00 00 10 3^ IMP 
00 00 10 h6 LMP 
00 00 10 1+9 CDR 



Affirmative, and stand by for S-IVB to orbit. 
You have S-IVB to orbit, Jim. 

Roger. We have S-IVB to orbit. 

Didn't like that inboard. 

Okay, we're lUoO feet a second low on V^ . 
That's not too bad. 

Watch the trajectory closely. Jack. 

Yes, ... 

We're right at 8 ... - H-dot is a little bit 
low; Vj is low, but that's understandable. 

Okay. 

You're S-IVB to orbit capability now. 

13, Houston. Looking good at 8 minutes. 

13; Roger. How's those systems, Fred? Are 
there any - - 

They're looking good. 

Okay, now, H-dot is low, Jim. ... S-IVB ought 
to pick you up. 

Yes. Hey, I got a - We got a funny vibration 
Yes. Yes, there was a bit of noise, there. Yes. 

Right on 8; good on H-dot; 200 feet a second 

low on Vt 

isp 

Remember, we're Mode IV now. 
Yes, I got that. Mode IV. 
Looks good - 
What? 




8 »CONFIMNJ4\L 

00 00 10 51 LMP Everything looks good. 

00 00 10 5k CDR Everything looking good. 

00 00 10 57 IMP We're looking good, Jim; trajectory's looking 

good. 

00 00 11 00 CDR Okay , ... 

00 00 11 15 CMP 

00 00 11 19 CDR What? 

00 00 11 23 LMP Okay, going to . . . deadband now, guys. We're 

102,5 - shutdown velocity - 

00 00 11 32 CDR 25 562. 

00 00 11 3h CC Apollo 13, Houston. You're GO at 11-1/2, and 

predicted cut-off time is 12 plus 3h. Over. 

00 00 11 hi CDR Understand; 12 plus 3I+, predicted cut-off time. 

00 00 11 it 5 CC ... affirm. 

00 00 11 kS LMP 25 562 looks good. 

00 00 11 58 CMP Okay - Do we shut down at - Fred-o? 

00 00 12 02 LMP Yes. 

00 00 12 03 CMP What's - Shutdown is when? 

00 00 12 05 LMP ... you get the last page. Jack; you got the 
cleanup stuff. 

00 00 12 li+ CDR Stand hy for SECO. 

00 00 12 15 LMP All the systems stuff. You got to . . . SECO. 

00 00 12 18 CMP Yes. 

00 00 12 20 LMP I'm going to just jump right in , . . 

TIME SKIP 



• CONFIQEfitf lAL 



Day 1 



00 00 23 25 CMP Hey, you guys, are you ready? I've done my other 

item there; I'm ready to give you - ... 

00 00 23 30 CDR Well, all right, fine. Let's just get this one 

done first. 

00 00 23 33 CMP Okay. 

00 00 23 3h CDR What else do you have to do here? 

00 00 23 35 LMP Okay. Going BIT RATE. 

TIME SKIP 

00 00 23 ^+6 SC Okay. 

00 00 23 hi CDR Okay. The pressure's okay? 

00 00 23 U9 LMP Yes. Let's see now, Jim, there's one more read- 

ing there; you gave me the - you gave me the 
helium pressure UlOO. What's the manifold 
pressure on that one? 

00 00 23 59 CDR The manifold pressuire is reading ahout 80. 

00 00 2h 05 LMP Eighty? Okay, give me the n-'jmber 1, then. 

00 00 2h 07 CDR Okay, number 1. And helium temperature is 80, 

helium pressiure is i^lOO, and the manifold pres- 
sure is about 100. 

00 00 2k 18 IMP Manifold's about 100. Okay. 

00 00 2k 19 CMP Okay, Fred-o. Have a look - the cabin and suit 

doing? Before we - - 

00 00 2k 22 LMP They're both pretty equal, now, at about 5/5- 

00 00 2k 25 CMP/CDR Okay. 

00 00 2k 26 CDR Well, let's - We'll break the ... 

00 00 2k 27 CMP Okay, let's do it. Fred-o, here's your bag. 

00 00 2k 32 LMP Okay. Jim. 



CONFIDEHmi 



Day 1 



00 00 2k 39 LMP Okay, for that item, those tvo I can check off. 

You got the V-torquing angle? 

00 00 2h 1+3 CMP Yes. 

00 00 2k kk LMP I've checked the caution and warning; you've done 

that. We're up - we're up to item 9. 

00 00 2k CMP How we doing time line? 

00 00 2k SI LMP We're a little behind, but it's the kind of stuff 

that we can catch up lickety-split with. 

00 00 2k 57 CMP Okay. 

00 00 25 Oh LMP Okay. Let me get - make sure I got this item. 

I want A, SIMPLEX. Hell, it was already there. 
B to OFF. No, it wasn't. It's just a hard switch 
again. They really fake you out, these switches - ■ 

00 00 25 18 CMP Yes. I've noticed 

00 00 2'^> 19 LMP - - they move so hard. 

00 00 2S 20 CMF I've noticed that, Fred. 

00 00 J'^ 21 LMP Compared with the simulator. Okay, let me check 

item 13 off; I've completed tliat one. Let's see. 

00 00 2S 3d CMF Yes. I've got - - 

00 00 2S 37 CDR Jack, be careful in yc-ur movements now. 

00 00 25 3^^ C^[F Yes. I'm not having any problems so far. 

00 00 2'^ ll OPK Okay. 

00 00 2- ^3 PCM BIT RATS is LOW. I did the COMMAND RESET 

in N0RM4L. I'll do it again, just tc make sure. 
I have an A, SIMPLEX, and B, OFF. That's great, 
c'aok, could you hand me one thing? 

00 00 25 0>E- Wiiat - what would you like? 

00 00 25 '=9 LMF One of those spring Jobbers, there. I can 

00 00 2t 00 CMF Yes. 

» CONFIDeHilAL 



Day 1 

00 00 26 01 LMP flip across 

00 00 26 02 CMP I was going to ask you, if you wanted one of 

those, Fred. 

00 00 26 03 LMP Yes. Okay. Now that'll take care of my check- 

list for me. 

00 00 26 15 CMP A springy j other coining up. 

00 00 26 IT LMP Thank you. No, no; you got one of the other ones 

with the hook? 

00 00 26 2U CMP I got the wrong kind? 

00 00 26 25 LMP Yes, It's a little longer one with the hook. 

00 00 26 28 CMP Are they in the same - They in the same - . . . ? 

00 00 26 35 LMP Now that's a good question. 

00 00 26 37 CMP Well, I'll tell you - Let me - I don't see them 
down here, now. 

00 00 26 hi LMP Sure enough. It really is zero g. 

00 00 26 i+T CDR Well, gentlemen, I'll treak out my two gold pens. 

00 00 26 50 LMP The longest Napierian trajectory in the world. 

00 00 26 56 CMP Yes. We had - I had a long boost ride, didn't we? 

00 00 26 59 LMP Man! 

00 00 27 00 CDR Twelve minutes and 30-some seconds. 

00 00 27 01 LMP I'll tell you, gang, I was a little worried for 

a pinch or two. 

00 00 27 OI+ CDR When I called, "inboard," I was - It was natural; 

then I looked at the time - - 

00 00 27 07 CMP Yes - - 

00 00 27 08 CDR and I said, "That's not natural." 



^CONFIDErNOI^L 



Day 1 



00 00 27 09 CMP We were 2 minutes early. Five minutes and 32 sec- 

onds, if you want to write that down. 

00 00 27 12 CDR Okay, good. Okay, my helmet coming off. 

00 00 27 15 LMP Shoot, if they recorded that 

00 00 27 16 CMP (Laughter) Yes 

00 00 27 17 IMP - - it'd be heck. 

00 00 27 18 CMP (Laughter) I know it. 

00 00 27 2k CMP Well, you know, I think I'll just - I'll Just let 
this thing pull right up to the top. 

00 00 27 29 LMP ' You haven't found that other one, yet, have you? 

00 00 27 30 CMP Ho, Fred; I haven't - 

00 00 27 32 CDR What are you looking for? 

00 00 27 33 LMP A clamp. Oh - - 

00 00 27 35 CMP I think those are down - those are in one of 

the lower - 

00 00 27 38 LMP Okay. You want to give me that other one back 

here, I'll see if I - Trouble is, I got no hooks 
that are the right length apart for my goddamn . . . 
Fiddle with it. I'll just hang on to it tight 
and . . . 

00 00 27 55 CMP By golly! Guys! 

00 00 28 03 LMP Hey, that's - All that stuff about the helmet's 

being hard to get into the bag is the truth. 

00 00 28 15 CDR Okay, let's see. At . . . 52:36, we're going 

to pick them up over Canaries. 

00 00 28 20 LMP Great - - 

00 00 28 21 CDR And, gentlemen, you are now passing the beau- 

tiful Atlantic Ocean. 



Day 1 

00 00 28 30 LMP 
00 00 28 37 CDR 



00 00 28 55 CMP 

00 00 28 56 CDR 

00 00 29 05 CMP 

00 00 29 06 CDR 

00 00 29 07 CMP 

00 00 29 09 LMP 

00 00 29 10 CMP 

00 00 29 12 LMP 

00 00 29 13 CDR 

00 00 29 16 CMP 

00 00 29 18 CDR 

00 00 29 20 CMP 

00 00 29 21 CDR 

00 00 29 22 LMP 

00 00 29 23 CDR 

00 00 29 27 CMP 




13 



I'm glad we checked PGNCS. 

Say, I never thoiight - You guys want to take a 
look - look at - Excuse me a second. I'm going 
to turn out those floodlights. I wanted to 
show ... - When I turn out all the lights in 
just a second, you can see thunder and lightning 
on the horizon. 

Sure as hell can. 

And also, you might he able, if your eyes 
become accustomed to it - you might be able to 
see the - the airglow. There, you can. You 
can see the airglow. 

Yes. I sure can. 

See that airglow? 

I can see that lightning, too. 

Oh, I - I won't be able to see ... 

Hey , that ' s - 

El Scorpio, isn't it? 

Yes, but see the - Antares is in the airglow 
layer . 

Yes, it is. Right in it. 

And then right below that, way - about a half 
a degree, that's - 

The next star down there? 

Yes. 

Yes. 

So, if you lift the lights, we'll see again. 

Okay, I'm ready for the main REG check, Fred, 
if you're ready. 




tbNFIDEf^fW 



Day 1 



00 


00 


29 


30 


IMP 


Okay. Go ahead. I'll tell you when. ... jiist 
call it on. 


00 


00 


29 


35 


CMP 


Okay. MAIN REG B going closed. EMERGENCY CABIN 
PRESSURE selector 1, PUSH TO TEST. 


00 


00 


29 


k5 


LMP 


Did you PUSH TO TEST? 


00 


00 


29 


he 


CMP 


Yes. There it is. 


00 


00 


29 


hi 


L[4P 


Good. 


00 


00 


29 


hQ 


CMP 


Okay. 


00 


00 


29 


h9 


LMP 


Good. 


00 


00 


29 


50 


CMP 


MAIN REG B valve, OPEN; A going closed. 


00 


00 


29 


5h 


LMP 


Closed. Next step? 


00 


00 


29 


55 


CMP 


CABIN - CABIN PRESSURE selector 2, PUSH TO 
TEST. 


00 


00 


30 


00 


LMP 


Okay, that's good. 


00 


00 


30 


02 


CMP 


MAIN REG valve B - or A, OPEN, and EMERGENCY 
CABIN PRESSURE selector, closed. Okay, Jim, 
I got to get to - to those . . . here. 


00 


00 


30 


Ih 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


30 


23 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


30 


2h 


CMP 


. . . down there? 


00 


00 


30 


27 


LMP 


Up in L-2, Jack. 


00 


00 


30 


28 


CMP 


Yes, that's where I'm looking. 


00 


00 


30 


32 


LMP 


You're kidding. I thought you said the helmet 
was tough to get in this hag. Piece of cak;e. 
Have you got - have you got one of those "big 
helmets? 


00 


00 


30 


hi 


CMP 


Yes - No, I don't think - unless I got a higger 



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Day 1 

00 00 30 hh IMP 

00 00 30 1^6 CMP 

00 00 30 hi cm 

00 00 30 k8 CMP 

00 00 30 U9 CDR 

00 00 30 50 CMP 

00 00 30 5i+ LMP 

00 00 31 06 CDR 

00 00 31 09 CMP 

00 00 31 12 CDR 

00 00 31 1^+ LMP 

00 00 31 15 CMP 

00 00 31 l6 CDR 

00 00 31 17 CMP 

00 00 31 18 CDR 

00 00 31 19 CMP 

00 00 31 20 CDR 

00 00 31 21 CMP 

00 00 31 22 CDR 

00 00 31 25 CMP 

00 00 31 28 CDR 

00 00 31 29 CMP 




15 



You don't have a Borman special, do you? 
No. 

We all have Borman specials . 

Really? 

Yes. 

Maybe your damn hag won't fit anymore with that 
one . . . have to slip it in this one. 

Yes. ... a little hit. I got a ... 

Okay . Got a ... ? 

Yes. 

Well, is there anything else we can be doing 

right now? Like COAS? 

Yes. 

You can - - 
Yes. 

you can get out the ORDEAL box, if you 

could - - 

Yes - - 

- - could you do that , Jim? 

I'm going to try it right now. 

That would save me a trip down under there. 

Okay, that's right. 

Okay. Okay 

You got to watch the time right now for - 
Yes. 




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00 


31 


30 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


31 


35 


CMP 


guys got your water wings on? 


00 


00 


31 


ko 


LMP 


No. I don't think I'm going to fiddle with that 
right now, Jack. They're not in my way. 


00 


00 


31 


1*5 


CMP 


Yes. I'll trade. We can get that later. 


00 


00 


31 


kS 


LMP 


Hell, yes. 


00 


00 


31 


48 


CDR 


Well, I'll tell you what ~ I blew mine on 8. 


00 


00 


31 


52 


CMP 


Did you? 


00 


00 


31 


53 


LMP 


Yes. But you were the guy that - Jack should 


00 


GO 


31 


57 


CDR 




GO 


00 


31 


58 


CMP 


Okay. I'll take mine off. 


00 


00 


32 


00 


CDR 


. . . really want . . . 


00 


00 


32 


05 


LMP 


Man, I'll tell you, that first stage - 


00 


00 


32 


08 


CMP 




00 


00 


32 


09 


LMP 


When that shut down, man, I thought I was going 
that was - I was so surprised ... I had heard 


00 


00 


32 


20 


CDR 


I should have warned you. 






32 






(Laughter) 


GO 


GO 


32 


23 


CMP 


Yes, well. Something else - - 


GO 


00 


32 


2k 


LMP 


Well - - 


00 


00 


32 


26 


CMP 


- - you got to get into. 


00 


00 


32 


27 


CDR 


. . . right in . . . 



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Day 1 

00 00 32 28 LMP 

00 00 32 36 CDR 

00 00 32 hh CMP 

00 00 32 50 liMP 

00 00 32 5h CMP 

00 00 32 55 CDR 

00 00 33 02 CMP 

00 00 33 05 CDR 

00 00 33 08 CMP 

00 00 33 10 CDF. 

00 00 33 11 CMP 

00 00 33 12 LMP 

00 00 33 16 CDR 

00 00 33 IT LMP 

00 00 33 19 CDR 

00 00 33 25 LMP 

00 00 33 2T CDR 

00 00 33 29 LMP 

00 00 33 31 CDR 




IT 



Okay, let's see. Confirm normal, we've done 
that. We've stowed the water wings. Now it's 
the TSB is the only item left outstanding there. 

Okay, I have the ORDEAL in place. Now, do you 
want the camera hracket? 

Yes, you better leave that camera bracket up 
there . 

Yes. Yes, I can feel a little bit of the zero-g 
effect, a little flushing in the face. 

Yes. 

Yes, that's that - Your blood rushes to your 

head because your heart doesn't have anything 
to pump against . 

Yes, I can feel that, too. 

Okay, I have the camera bracket. 

Okay, have you got the - the ORDEAL mounted? 
I have - - 

The ORDEAL is mounted. 

Okay, Jim. Are you ready to get busy on getting 
the RADs on the line? 

I sure am. 

GLYCOL RESERVOIR BYPASS valve, OPEN. 

Okay, GLYCOL RESERVOIR BYPASS valve to OPEN. 

Okay, OUT valve, CLOSE. 

OUT valve, CLOSE. 

The IN valve, CLOSE. 

The IN valve going CLOSE. 



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00 00 33 3h IMP 

00 00 33 kS CDR 

00 00 33 h'J IMF 

00 00 33 h8 CDR 

00 00 33 57 CMP 

00 00 33 59 CDR 

00 00 3h 00 CMP 

00 00 3h 01 liMP 

00 00 3I+ 07 CMP 

00 00 3^ 10 LMP 

00 00 3h 28 CMP 

00 00 3h 29 LMP 

00 00 3h 30 CMP 

00 00 3h 31 LMP 

00 00 3h 36 CDR 

00 00 3h ho IMP 



Okay, now we need a little bit of quantity in 
the ACCUM - not the ACCUM, but we need the fuel 
valve on for about 5 percent on down to I45 
percent. That's about what it was in the 
too. 

Okay, what I'm going to do is - - 

CAP COMM said they wanted 50. 

... the ORDEAL, then. The number 1 ball. 

Did you check the VERB 82? 

Yes, I did. I wrote it down. 

Okay. 

I did that whole thing. 

And we got the secondary RAD leak check to go. 
We got the "Unstow and mount TSB." 

Yes. I ... done that, too. 

And I got water wings in my lap here. That's 
it on that item - that page; it's done. So 
we're hanging up here. Let me proceed ahead 
and see what I can. I can do a purge. There 
are not any left for another 12 minutes or so. 

Let me get the - - 



I got to get - - 

EPS monitor check, I can do ... I've been look- 
ing ahead to see what Jim can do. It says a 
GDC aline somewhere in this thing. 

Okay, I'm setting the ORDEAL right now. 

Okay, well, that's the next thing you can do is 
a GDC aline. Okay, you may - you may get some 
MASTER ALARMS here, gang. I'm going to be 
doing a purge check. I'll just do the 



» CONFID£MI^L 



Day 1 



19 



00 00 31+ 55 CMP Fred-o. 

GO 00 3h 56 LMP Yes. 

00 00 3k 57 CMP Look what I got. 

00 00 3^ 58 LMP What have you got? 

00 00 3k 59 CMP One with a hook on the end of it. 

00 00 35 01 LMP Beautiful. 

00 00 35 02 CMP Spring jobber-do. 

00 00 35 03 LI^P Thank you. 

00 00 35 09 CDR Now, is there anything I can be doing? 

00 00 35 10 CMP I am giving you the sequence camera here, Jim. 

00 00 35 13 CDR Okay. 

00 00 35 ik CMP I tell you, I haven't checked the setting. 

00 00 35 16 CDR How about your optics? 

00 00 35 17 CMP I've got them unstowed. Now. ... that'd be 32. 

00 00 35 32 CMP ... camera. Here's the power cable. 

00 00 35 36 CDK Thank you. Okay, I8 millimeter, f :8, and 250th. 

00 00 35 kj CMP Now, let's see. Let me give you a - it's f:8, 

250th, 7 feet, 12 frames per second. 

00 00 35 3k CDR Okay. Go. 

00 00 35 55 CMP Magazine A. 

00 00 35 56 CDR Magazine A is on. 

00 00 35 58 LMP Hey, Jack, where 'd you find these? 

00 00 36 00 CMP I found it right down in - Fred, in this stowage ■ 

00 00 36 03 LMP Do you have any longer ones? 



CONFIDEM-W 



00 


00 


36 


oh 


CMP 


No. 


• 00 


00 


36 


05 


LMP 




00 


00 


36 


o6 


CMP 


No. It - - 


00 


00 


36 


07 


LMP 


But that wasn't quite that long. 


00 


00 


36 


08 


CMP 


Yes, I know they do. And I'll tell you where 
it is; it's down in - - 


00 


00 


36 


10 


LMP 


Okay. 


00 


00 


36 


11 


CMP 


- - A-8. Can you make do with that for a 


00 


00 


36 


13 


LMP 




00 


00 


36 


ih 


CMP 


Until I get — Okay, have you got 0RDKA.L — You 
got ORDEAL mounted? 


00 


00 


36 


22 


CDR 


I - I have ORDEAL mounted. 


00 


00 


36 


2k 


CMP 


There we go . 


00 


00 


36 


25 


LMP 








36 




CMP 


I got to get - - 


00 


00 


36 


27 


LMP 


right after - When did we insert, gang? 

Twelve something? 


00 


00 


36 


31 


CDR 


12:32 ... 


00 


00 


36 


33 


LMP 


Okay. I'm looking for where I put the first 



line heater on, so it was roughly about ih 
minutes. We've been - we've been 20 minutes. 
Yes . ... Okay . . . 

00 00 36 1+3 CDR Don't forget I still got the radiators bypassed 

here. 

00 00 36 1+5 LMP Yes. Okay, what I need thoiigh, Jim, is to - We 

got to pump up the - You want to - Let's finish 
that item. I need to pump up the accumulator a 
little bit. I mean use the accumixLator to - 
Yes - to get it up to 50 percent. 



Day 1 



21 



00 00 36 58 CDH Okay, you tell me what you want me to do here 

and I'll - 

00 00 37 01 LMP Can you reach the PRIM ACCUM FILL valve, right 

there on your left? 

00 00 37 05 CDR I'll try. 

00 00 37 07 LMP Yes, that's the PRIMARY. How are you doing. 
Jack? 

00 00 37 11 CMP Okay. 

00 00 37 12 LMP My countdown under way already? 

00 00 37 13 CMP Yes . But , you want to have a few . . . ? 

00 00 37 19 IMP Yes. 

00 00 37 32 CDR Okay, I'm putting the cable for you. 

00 00 37 39 LMP Excuse me a second; I want to . . . the 0^ flow. 

Okay. Looks good. But if we get a MASTER ALARM, 
it'll come on with the H , Okay? Fuel cell 2. 



00 00 37 56 SC 

00 00 37 57 LMP When it comes up flow, the hanks up there 

like crazy. Looks like the simulator. The 0^ 

isn't like the simulator. Yes, it gets up there 
real slow. That old - Stand by for another 

MASTER ALARM. It "banked up there like nothing 
flat. Okay. They're all hack down to - - 

00 00 38 20 CMP Before I get the 

00 00 38 21 LMP - - normal. 

00 00 38 22 CMP — TSBs out, can I get P52 ... program start? 

00 00 38 27 CDR Yes. Go ahead. 

00 00 38 28 LMP Yes. 



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Day 1 



00 00 38 29 CDR Get it to cover one that that doesn't. 

00 00 38 31 CMP Yes . I ' 11 . . . 

00 00 38 3I+ MS 

00 00 38 35 CDR That's the fourth, Jack. Better do that. 

00 00 38 37 IMP Okay. It's all optic tracking. I've done that. 

ZERO ... G&N POWER OPTICS, on, up. OPTICS MODE, 
MANUAL. ... DIRECT ... HIGH. OHC, MAX right. 

00 00 39 01 CDR Okay, do I have a tool there someplace? Can I 
use an E tool? 

00 00 39 09 LMP 

00 00 39 11 CDR You got it uncovered? 

00 00 39 13 LMP Got tool E? 

00 00 39 Ih CDR Yes, until I get that up for a fit. 

00 00 39 15 LMP Okay . . . 

00 00 39 IT CDR Now, Fred, what do you want me to do? 

00 00 39 19 LMP Okay, next - next thing is to - ... back - 

page - I need to find the . . . fuel valve on. 
You can't take your eye off it. I got him 
out the window. Is that it? I got the 
airglow there . 

00 00 39 ^3 CDR Okay. 

00 00 39 52 UJ^P Make sure you get the right one, Jim. PRIMARY 

ACGUM - - 

00 00 39 5!+ CDR Yes. I got it - I got - I got my - If I can 

get my hand down there , I got it made . 

00 00 1+0 01 CMP Let me know when you turn them on. I only need 

about 5 percent; I don't need much. 

00 00 ho 13 CDR Okay. Coming ON. 



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00 00 ho IT CMP 

00 00 i+0 19 CDR 

00 00 UO 20 CMP 

00 00 kO 23 LM? 

00 00 1+0 25 CMP 

00 00 UO 27 CDR 

00 00 1+0 31 CMP 

00 00 1+0 32 CDR 

00 00 1+0 33 CMP 

00 00 1+0 35 LMP 

00 00 1+0 38 CMP 

00 00 l+O 1+0 CDR 

00 00 1+0 1+1 CMP 

00 00 1+0 1+5 CDR 

00 00 1+0 1+6 CMP 

00 00 1+0 1+7 CDR 

00 00 1+0 1+9 CMP 

00 00 1+0 59 CDR 

00 00 1+1 03 CMP 

00 00 1+1 07 Lt-IP 

00 00 1+1 08 CI^P 



Good . That ' s good . ... OFF . 
OFF. 

Okay, let me look a minute, here; I have to 
stabilize. 

... up there. 

Okay . About one more shot . 

. . . slowly , that really . . . 

Okay, how's that? 

That's good. OFF. 

... back down there ... go to OFF. 

It's right at 50, though; the hell with it, 
that ' s good . 

Is it good? 

Yes; that's about 1+9.9- 
Okay. 

It is definitely OFF, right? 
Yes. 

ECS RAD CONTROL; let me go to POWER. Okay, 
PRIM GLYCOL TO RADs out, Jim; NORMAL, push - 
NORIML, push in. 

Okay. 

Oh, I know - Hey, how about giving me - Do I 
have G&N POWER at 8:21? 

Yes, sir. 

Okay. 




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00 


00 


1+1 


09 


LMP 


You got it . 


00 


00 


i+1 


10 


CMP 


Okay. 


00 


00 


Ul 


12 


LMP 


I'll get it ready for you ... stars out there. 


00 


00 


hi 


20 


CMP 


I've got a star in the - - 


00 


00 


hi 


22 


CDR 


Sextant? 


00 


00 


hi 


23 


CMP 


- - sextant, hut I have nothing in the - 


00 


00 


hi 


26 


CDR 


Well, it might take awhile to do it with the 
scanning telescope, because your eyes have to 
get accustomed to it. It might not be where 
there are stars. 


00 


00 


hi 


36 


CMP 


Well, I've got one in the - I've got one in th 


00 


00 


hi 


1+0 


CDR 


What star did you pick? 


00 


00 


hi 


1+3 


CMP 


2l+. 


00 


00 


hi 


1+1+ 


CDR 


2l+, that's - Gienah. Is it right on in the 
sextant? 


00 


00 


hi 


52 


CMP 




00 


00 


hi 


5^ 


LMP 


Okay, while you got the tool and you're over 
there, Jim, do you think you could get the 
secondary RAD loop check done? 


00 


00 


hi 


59 


CDR 


Yes. 


00 


00 


h2 


00 


LMP 


That ' s the guy way down there , the very - 


00 


00 


h2 


Oh 


CMP 




00 


00 


h2 


05 


CDR 


We'll run through it. Jack, if you could - 


00 


00 


h2 


10 


CMP 




00 


00 


h2 


1^ 


CDR 


Mark it . . . Okay , GLYCOL TO RADIATOR , SECONDAF 


00 


00 


h2 


18 


CMP 





Day 1 



00 00 h2 19 LMP Yes, tut it's to - RAD NORMAL. Let me know 

when. I'll start my watch. 

00 00 1+2 28 CMP Hey, there - there we go. Now I got stars. I 

don't think they ... until just now. 

00 00 k2 3h CDR Okay, I'm going to take her to NORMAL now. 

00 00 k2 36 CMP Beautiful, gang. 

00 00 h2 37 LMP All right. 

00 00 h2 39 CDR Oh, I don't know if I did it or not. 

00 00 k2 hi LMP You - you turned it? 

00 00 h2 h2 CDR I don't think so, I think ... right in there. 

00 00 k2 hh CMP Spica's right in there, you guys. 

00 00 k2 k& LMP Okay. 

00 00 1+2 50 CDR I - You know, I can get down there good, but 
I'm always on - 

00 00 k2 5h LMP Well, you'd know if you got the screw in the 
slot. 

00 00 1+2 59 CDR Okay, now. 

00 00 1+3 01 LMP Okay. Starting ray watch. It's on SECONDARY. 

00 00 1+3 03 CDR No, it's NORMAL now. 

00 00 1+3 OU LM? Okay, you've got to leave it there for 30 

seconds . 

00 00 k3 06 CDR Okay. Could you tell? 

00 00 1+3 11 LMP What's that? 

00 00 1+3 12 CDR Could you tell? 

00 00 1+3 13 LMP Tell what? 

00 00 1+3 ll+ CDR That I'm in NORMAL? 



26 



00 


00 


1+3 


15 


LMP 


Yes. 




00 


00 


Us 


26 


CMP 


Good old Antares . 




00 


00 


k3 


33 


LMP 


Okay, that's it; put it back to close or 
wherever it - - 


00 


00 


k3 


36 


CDR 


BYPASS . 




00 


00 


k3 


37 


LMP 


BYPASS. Good. ... BYPASS? 




00 


00 


U3 


ho 


CDR 


. . . BYPASS . 




00 


00 


U3 


1+1 


CMP 


Well, he didn't shov anything , 




00 


00 


1+3 


1+3 


CDR 


Okay, how is it? Okay? 




00 


00 


1+3 


U1+ 


CMP 


Yes. Looks good. 




00 


00 


1+3 


1+6 


LMP 


check - - 


up t o EPS 


00 


00 


1+3 


50 


CDR 


Okay, Just he sure you — 




00 


00 


1+3 


51 


LMP 


— — KPS . Checking them ofiT. 




00 


00 


1+3 


53 


CDR 






00 


00 


1+3 


56 


LMP 






00 


00 


1+3 


58 


CDR 


I'll do that right now. 




00 


00 


1+3 


59 


LMP 


You've got the sequence camera 
ORDEAL, right? 


bracket ai 


00 


00 


1+1+ 


02 


CDR 


And those are all mounted, and 
running on - - 


we ' re all 


00 


00 


hk 


01+ 


LMP 


Okay, ORDEAL - - 




00 


00 


kk 


05 


CMP 


Hey, guys? Sorry. 




00 


00 


1+1+ 


07 


LMP 






00 


00 


1+1+ 


08 


CDR 


Yes. Okay, tetter record this 


down . . . - 



Day 1 



27 



00 00 hk 10 CMP I ain't got - I ain't going to let that pass, 

man - - 

00 00 kh 13 CDE No? 

00 00 hk Ik CMP ... triangle bigger than hell. 

00 00 kh 15 CDR I'll give you a gold - gold star. 

00 00 kh 19 LMP got all that in your hook. Jack? 

00 00 kh 21 CMP Yes. I'm going to write it on a ... here. 

00 00 hh 22 LMP Okay. 

00 00 kh 23 CDR I'll do a GDC aline now, Fred. 

00 00 kh 25 LMP Okay. Now I'm here, I'm going to go ahead and 

... the secondary loop. Okay, SECONDARY LOOP 
is coming on line, gang; AC 1 - 

00 00 kh 37 CMP Okay. Do we have to wait for MSm to torque 

this? 



00 00 hh ho 


LMP 


That's that little extra whining you 
hear, and it's the SECONDARY LOOP. 


00 00 kk k3 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 00 hh h6 


LMP 


Okay. ... go to the . . . 


00 00 kh h9 


CDR 


I can see the sludges in the ... burn. 


00 00 hh 53 


LMP 


Yes. 


00 00 kk 56 


CMP 


Damn! Sort of lost him. 


00 00 1+5 01 


LMP 


Okay. So that one is done, done - - 


00 00 1+5 oh 


CMP 


Okay 


00 00 1+5 05 


LMP 


- - done, done, done to there - - 


00 00 1+5 06 


CMP 


Jim? 


00 00 1+5 07 


CDR 


Stand by. 



•CONFID»«f*L 



00 


00 


1^5 


08 


CMP 


Do I need a - to get MSFN? I don't need them 
to torque here, do I? 


00 


00 


^5 


13 


CDR 


I don't think so - Wait - Where are the torquing 


00 




1+5 


i6 




I ve got the torquing angles; let's see - ... - 
and it's O.I62 which is quite a "bit less than - 


00 


00 


)i5 


1+0 


IMP 


Okay, Jack, did you ever get my MAIN B breaker 
in down there? 


00 


00 




kk 


CMP 


Yes, I did, in your COAS? 


00 


00 


h5 


h5 


LMP 


Yes. 


00 


00 


U5 


1+6 


CMP 


MATl\r V.f T flirl 


00 


00 


1+5 


1+7 




Yes , That * s right . 


00 


00 


1*5 


1+8 




That ' s done * 


00 


00 


1*5 


1+9 


LMP 


And - let me verify that the RADs and REACS CB 
sticks are out ^ a.nd. — off*. 


00 


00 


1+5 


53 


CMP 


Okay . 


00 


00 


1+5 


56 




Okay. I'll verify the MAIN BUS TIES are OFF — 


00 


00 


1+5 






GDC ' s alined. 1+6 now. How we doing on the 
time line, Fred? 


00 


00 


k6 


06 


LMP 


Let's see, we're not - we're coming up 6 min- 
utes - What we got to do is get the cameras - 
get the TV camera out next. We're ahout fixed. 


00 


00 


1+6 


18 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


1+6 


19 


LMP 


01:05 is when I got to start playing with the TV. 


00 


00 


1+6 


22 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


00 


1+6 


23 


LMP 


After we get our HSK LOS. 


00 


00 


1+6 


26 


CMP 





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Day 1 

00 00 h6 28 CDR 

00 00 k6 ho LMP 

00 00 U6 1+T CMP 

00 00 1+6 1+8 I>IP 

00 00 1+6 55 CMP 

00 00 1+7 03 LMP 

00 00 1+T IT LMP 

00 00 i+T 3I+ LMP 

00 00 1+T ^3 CDR 

00 00 1+T ^T LMP 

00 00 1+T 50 CMP 

00 00 1+T 53 CDE 

00 00 1+T 56 LMP 

00 00 1+T 59 CDR 

00 00 1+8 12 LMP 

00 00 1+8 31 CDR 

00 00 1+8 32 LMP 

00 00 1+8 1+T CMP 




29 



If you have time, I would suggest that you 
adjust your straps and strap it in again for 
TLI - just to make sure you got them okay. 

Okay. Still pressing on in here, and Jack's 
got to do that I'll circle it. 

Okay, what do you have to do? 

The RADs and REAC breakers, six of them, out ... 

RAD, REAC, REAC, REAC - Okay, I can verify three 
RADs and three REAGs out. 

Okay, good show. 

MAIN A 1 - MAIN A 2 - 

Okay. Bus voltage ... 

And, Jack, you want to put tool E down there 
on the handhold - toward the handhold? 

Yes. I haven't got ... 

Yes. I think I can get closer than that and ... 

Yes , that ' s right . . . 

Okay. 

Okay, I've got the horizon out there and I've 
got the airglow layer. 

Okay, and we got the relay bus selected ... - 
I got to get this TSB ... Okay, item 15 's 
done. And that makes one outstanding item, and 
I've got a couple from a few pages back. 

Okay. 

Right there. Unstow and mount TSBs - they're 
in A-1. ... down below. Hey, where do these - 
these guys go? They go right in the pocket of ■ 
this L-shaped bag, don't they? 

. . . water wings . 




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00 


00 


U8 


51 


CDR 


I thought they went right behind you. 


00 


00 


kQ 


53 


LMP 


Right there - Yes . 


00 


00 


ha 


5^ 


CDR 


Oh , yes . ... pockets . 


00 


00 


1+8 


59 


LMP 


Okay. I'm up the ... monitor - ... look good 
flow - . . . 


00 


00 


h9 


26 


CDR 


Okay, I ought to be getting down there - ... 
How you doing, Jack? 


00 


00 


h9 


3^ 


CMP 


Good. Hey, hov about that - Do you need - tha 
SECONDARY RAD valve? 


00 


00 


h9 


ho 


CDR 


I got it . 


00 


00 




1+2 


CMP 


You got it already; okay. 


00 


00 


h9 


h3 


CDR 


We got the secondary - we made the secondary 
check; the filters finally came out a little 
bit - - 


00 


00 


h9 


1+6 


LMP 


You did the . . . 


00 


00 


k9 


1+8 


CDR 


and the ORDEAL 's already out; the COAS is 


00 


00 


k9 


50 


CMP 


You got it rxinning? 


00 


00 


h9 


51 


CDR 


- - . . . little COAS . . . 


00 


00 


h9 


55 


CI-IP 


Hey, Fred-o? ... that TSB. Okay? 


00 


00 


h9 


58 


LMP 


... We're going to need it. 


00 


00 


50 


00 


CMP 


Jim, do you need a TSB? 


00 


00 


50 


02 


CDR 


... a big one. Let's see; where did we stow 
TSBs? We want to . . . 


00 


00 


50 


11 


LMP 


Here It is. 


00 


00 


50 


17 


CDR 


Jack, whenever you get time, if you - want to 



slow down a little bit, well, just come back 
and we'll take these - lifevests off and get 
this stowed out of the way. 



^•CONFtDiMiiM 



Day 1 



31 



00 00 50 26 CMP Okay. I'll be ready to do it whenever you - 

00 00 50 1+6 cm Once you get one of them in - 

00 00 50 53 LMP Hov you doing. Jack? ... all right down there? 

00 00 50 56 CMP Oh, yes. No problems yet. ... kind of worried 

... 12.1 down . . . 

00 00 51 OT CDR Well, I wouldn't worry about it now. ... go 

down yet. You're not getting those breakers; 
that's what you're forgetting. 

00 00 51 16 LMP The - Okay, now where - those - you want those 

where? 

00 00 51 20 CMP In front of the L-shaped bag, isn't it? 

00 00 51 21 CDR In front of the L-shaped bag is - Why don't you 

go down there and help him? 

00 00 51 25 LMP Wait a minute. Jack; you don't go - I don't 

think you go that way to get through. 

00 00 51 28 CDR I think you come right down here. Jack, but - 

Yes, there is - there's a ... - - 

00 00 51 31 CMP Yes, but that's a long, long way to go. 

00 00 51 32 CDR there's a ... 

00 00 51 3k LMP Okay, you do that - and I'm going to get the 

Hasselblad out for - this. 

00 00 51 38 CDR Okay, now, if my - my hand controller is locked 
and yours is locked - I'll tell you what, if 
you can help me scootch over here a second 

00 00 51 1+5 LMF Yes. 

00 00 51 CDR - - I'll try and - 

00 00 51 U9 LMP Okay, I'll put my Jim. 

00 00 51 51 CDR Okay. Okay. 

00 00 51 5h CMP Okay, I want to go back and see what - I've got 



to get the TV camera and the Hasselblad out, 
and - - 



00 


00 


52 


00 


LMP 


I think we ought to he having AOS, gang; we've 
got 


00 


00 


52 


02 


CDR 


56 seconds. 


00 


00 


52 


Oil 


LMP 


Okay. I - Let me call them. 


00 


00 


52 


11 


LMP 


Look at me. Jack; I show gain. 


00 


00 


52 


13 


CMP 


You show gain? 


00 


00 


52 


lU 


LMP 


Yes. 


00 


00 




35 


LMP 


How you doing? 


00 


00 


5k 


36 


CDR 


I got ... You got to get It when you're going 


00 


00 


5U 


39 


LMP 


Okay. 


00 


00 


5k 


ko 


CMP 


Yes, I've got - got it in my helmet bag right 
now. 


00 


00 


5k 


k3 


CDR 


Oh , okay , good . 


00 


00 


5k 


k9 


CMP 


Boy, I'll tell you, that really bothers me ... 


00 


00 


5k 


5k 


CDR 


Does it ...? Did you put it over far enough? 


00 


00 


3k 


57 


CMP 


Yes, that's where it went ~ when ... It's 
looking good . . . , and I don't think they 
jettison until * . • 


00 


00 


55 


05 


CDR 


Oh. 


00 


00 


55 


08 


CMP 


Okay. Now I've got to get the TV camera . . . , 
Fred-o 


00 


00 


55 


11 


CDR 


Okay, 


00 


00 


55 


12 


CMP 




00 


00 


55 


13 


CDR 


You want to hand me that book, and I'll take a 



Day 1 



33 



00 00 55 15 CI^ 

00 00 55 29 CMF 

00 00 55 32 MP 

00 00 55 39 CMP 

00 00 55 ^3 LMP 

00 00 55 ^8 Ct'I? 

00 00 55 50 LMP 

00 00 55 53 CDH 

00 00 55 59 CMT' 

00 00 56 00 CDR 

00 00 56 02 CMP 

00 00 56 Oh LMP 

00 00 56 11 CMP 

00 01 oh 58 LMP 

00 01 05 18 CDR 

00 01 05 22 CMP 
00 01 05 29 LMP 
00 01 05 35 CDR 



Yes. And also see if I've - all the things that 
I've done, because I haven't checked them 

off a couple of places. 

Hey, Fred, what do you want first, TV camera? 

Yes . Just one more - Let me get through one 
more - system. 

That's off. That ... right down ... on the 
bulkhead. 

You get done, you're hooking up the cable. You 
got to do that part, though. We can't ... right 
there . 

All right. And I'll verify the CB power is 
off - 

. . . off. 

I'm going to go back into the - Jack; and 

look at . . • 

Okay . 



P;[-gd^_o, you - How about a bracket? 
Well . 

Okay , that ' s ... 
TIME SKIP 

Okay, Joe, I just wanted to - put on the TV 
switch at Honeysuckle to tune her up there. 

Fred, I'll read the pads, or you read the pads, 
or somebody read the pads. 

Hey , can I get a - a TV ... ? 

Q;ti, yes, Jack. LOS Carnarvon. 

Okay. l:U5, 75 •• • LOS at - ... 




CONFIDEMJ4i^ 



00 


01 


05 


51 


CDR 


Okay, coining up. ... 


00 


01 


06 


07 


CDR 


Fred, I'll get them when we get all rel 
I ' 11 do that . . . 


GO 


01 


06 


Ik 


CMP 




00 


01 


06 


20 


CDR 


Hey, Jack, . . . 


00 


01 


o6 


25 


MP 




00 


01 


06 


33 


CMP 


Yes, I can - yes, I can do it, Fred-o. 
TIME SKIP 


00 


02 


3i4 


28 


CMP 


. . . now? 


00 


02 


3h 


30 


LMP 




00 


02 


3k 


32 


CMP 


... 59 - ... 


00 


02 


3h 


k9 


CDR 


What was this . . . ? 


00 


02 


3h 


52 


LIJIP 




00 


02 


3k 


58 


CI-IP 


. . . and what are your FDAI angles , . . ? 


00 


02 


35 


01 


CDR 




00 


02 


35 


03 


CIJSP 


Okay, 59 - . 


00 


02 


35 


05 


CDR 




00 


02 


35 


11 


cm 


Okay, I've got 59 and 30. How's that? 


00 


02 


35 


27 


CMP 


. . . the "burn , ... 


00 


02 


35 


29 


CDR 




00 


02 


35 


3k 


CMP 


Okay. ... "burning, Jim. 


00 


02 


35 


37 


CDR 


Okay . Here , I'll get out the . . . 


00 


02 


35 


ko 


CMP 




00 


02 


35 


U5 


LMP 





^CONFI{>ENWAL 



Day 1 




00 02 35 ^6 




Burningl 


GO 02 35 ^8 


CDR 


Okay. Watch that - 


00 02 35 50 


CDR 


IGNITION, Houston. 


00 02 35 5U 


CC 


Copy that, Jim. Good deal. 


00 02 35 56 


CMP 


Okay. ... pitching her down a little "bit, right 
here . 


00 02 36 00 


CDR 


. . . There you go . 


00 02 36 Oh 


CMP 


... Is that all right? 


00 02 36 05 


CDR 


Okay, you watch the - trajectory thrust? 


00 02 36 09 


CMP 


Yes. 


00 02 36 25 


CMP 


. . . burned lU-second velocity and . . . 


00 02 36 kS 


CDR 


. . . ? 


00 02 36 it7 


CMP 


It's right on V-^.; we're right on V^. 


00 02 36 55 


CDR 


Got both ... up? 


00 02 36 58 


IMP 


We got to leave these open. 


00 02 37 06 


CMI' 


Okay, 01:30. Three minutes and - - 


00 02 37 07 


LMP 


0.75. 


00 02 37 09 


CMP 




00 02 37 17 


CMP 


Right on - right on; ... little bit higher ... 


00 02 37 30 


CDR 




00 02 37 35 


CMP 




00 02 37 37 


CDR 


Watch the . . . 


00 02 37 hk 


LMP 


Okay, Jim, it's 2 minutes ... 


00 02 37 51 


CDR 


Houston, everything looks okay so far. 




36 •BeNFIDENJast 



00 


02 


37 


55 


CO 


Houston; Roger. 


00 


02 


38 


06 


CMP 


Okay ; we got 02 : 30 coming . . . , Jim? 


00 


02 


38 


IT 


CMP 


Right on . . . Right on H-dot ; we're right on 8. 


00 


02 


38 


31 


CMP 


Three minutes - 


00 


02 


38 


hi 


CMP 




00 


02 


38 


hQ 


CDR 


All right. 


00 


02 


39 


02 


CMP 


3:30, Jim. 3.^+. 


00 


02 


39 


06 


CDR 


3 . 1+ . Okay . 


00 


02 


39 


IT 


CMP 


Okay. We're right on. 


00 


02 


39 


19 


CDR 


Okay . 


00 


02 


39 


2T 


CMP 


Okay, at h minutes. ... 


00 


02 


39 


36 


LMP 


. . . ? 


00 


02 


39 


38 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


02 


39 


h2 


CDR 


Okay, we'll hold this down; we've got a little 
vibration. 


00 


02 


39 


h3 


LMP 




00 


02 


39 


hi 


CDR 


Yes. 


00 


02 


39 


5T 


CDR 


No, ... thousand, 200 . . . 


00 


02 


1+0 


06 


MS 




00 


02 


1+0 


OT 


CMP 


We're looking at k point ... - 


00 


02 


ho 


09 


CDR 


h point . . . , okay. 


00 


02 


ho 


16 


CMP 


Right on at 30. A little hit high. 


00 


02 


ho 


21+ 


LMP 


And, Houston, we're noticing a little vibration 
during this burn. 



Day 1 



00 02 UO 3T 


LMP 


Five minutes ... 1+.6. 


00 02 l+O hi 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 02 ho h6 


CMP 


... a hundred . . . 


00 02 ho 50 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 02 ho 51 


CMP 


H-dot is a little high . . . 


00 02 ho 5^ 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 02 ho 59 


LMP 


5:30 - 5 point - ... the same 
and then start counting up. 


00 02 hi 06 


CMP 


Okay. 


00 02 hi 07 


mp 




00 02 Hi 08 


CMP 


... ... 


00 02 1+1 11 


CDR 




00 02 1+1 15 


IMF 


Five seconds . 


00 02 hi l6 


CMP 


Five . . . , okay. 


00 02 hi 19 


CDR 


Better get . . . 


00 02 i+1 22 


CMP 


5.0. ... 


00 02 hi 28 


cdr/cmfV 

LMP 


5 - 


00 02 hi 29 


LMP 


1+, 3, 2, 1 - 1, 2, 3, 1+ - 


00 02 i+1 3^ 


LMP 


Okay. 


00 02 i+1 38 


CDR 


ENGINE OFF . ... 


00 02 1+1 39 


LMP 


... is three-quarter overburn 


00 02 1+1 1+2 


CC 


Copy. Engine off. 


00 02 1+1 1+1+ 


LMP 


Freeze the DSKY. 


00 02 1+1 1+5 


CMP 


I did. 



38 



00 


02 


i+1 


1+6 


LMP 


Okay, and now we'll - - 


00 


02 


hi 


h9 


LMP 


Okay, Jim, it's SCS TVC SERVO POWER 1 


00 


02 


hi 


52 


CDR 


I's OFF. 


00 


02 


hi 


53 


LMP 


PCM BIT RATE, I got LOW. EMS MODE - \ 
Jack get it. Minus 3.0. 


00 


02 


hi 


57 


CMP 


Boy, beautiful. 


GO 


02 


hi 


58 


LMP 


You got that, Jack? 


00 


02 


hi 


59 


CMP 


Yes . 


00 


02 


1+2 


00 


LMP 


EMS MODE to STMDBY? 


GO 


02 


1+2 


01 


CMP 




00 


02 


1+2 


03 


CDR 


EMS MODE to STANDBY. 


00 


02 


1+2 


oi+ 


LMP 


STANDBY. FUNCTION, OFF. 


00 


02 


1+2 


06 


CDR 


FUNCTION, OFF. 


00 


02 


1+2 


07 


LMP 


SEQUENCE PYRO ARM, two, SAFE. 


00 


02 


1+2 


08 


CDR 


SEQUENCE PYRO ARM, two, SAFE. 


OG 


02 


1+2 


09 


CMP 


That ' s a . . . , too . 


00 


02 


1+2 


12 


CDR 


Okay. 


00 


02 


h2 


13 


LMP 


Okay. SEQUENCE - FDAI 1, INERTIAL. 


00 


02 


1+2 


18 


CDR 


FDAI 1 going INERTIAL. 


00 


02 


1+2 


20 


LMP 


And lock your hand controller. 


GO 


02 


1+2 


22 


CDR 


Hand controller is locked. 


GO 


02 


h2 


21+ 


LMP 


Okay, Jack, you clean up the DSKY and 
get the POO. 


00 


02 


1+2 


27 


CC 


... we'll have you through Hawaii in : 


00 


02 


1+2 


30 


CDR 


Roger. Through Hawaii in 3 minutes. 



Day 1 

00 02 k2 33 

00 02 1+2 3h CMP 

00 02 i+2 35 

00 02 U2 38 CDR 

00 02 k2 kO CMP 

00 02 h2 i+5 LMP 

00 02 1+2 52 CMP 

00 02 1+2 57 LMP 

00 02 1+3 07 CDR 

00 02 1+3 12 CMP 

00 02 1+3 17 LMP 

00 02 1+3 18 CDR 

00 02 1+3 20 LMP 

00 02 1+3 23 CDR 

00 02 1+3 2l+ LMP 

00 02 1+3 27 CMP 

00 02 1+3 28 LMP 

00 02 1+3 30 CMP 

00 02 1+3 38 LMP 



Okay. 
Okay 

So we're standing by until Jack gets through 
that - jazz - 

How does that look, Jack? 

Looks good. 

Okay, it's a VERB 66 ENTER, Jack, after you 
get - after you get the POO. Wait until you 
get that. 



Okay, now you all switch - En route. Jack, you 
got to do a couple of things. 

In Hawaii, we'll get their ... 

Okay. You - let me put this - put this up 
under here - - 

Okay. 

And we'll have to switch COt'M carriers so I 
can take this suit stuff off. 

Yes. We'll have to take the suit power off. 

Yes . And we' 11 - - 

And what would be nice for you to do. Jack, if 
you can - - 

Okay. What do you want me to do? 

is, first of all, WASTE STOWAGE VENT valve, 

CLOSED. 

Okay. I'll do that right now. 

I've got the HIGH GAIN POWER, OFF, and I'm 
getting - I've got those two breakers in on 22 5. 
WASTE STOWAGE VENT valve is CLOSED. 




00 02 U3 kh CMP CLOSED. 

00 02 1+3 1+5 LMP Now, get the TV cajnera out from under there, will 
you? 

00 02 1+3 1+T CMP Okay. 

00 02 1+3 1+8 LMP And I'll be dickering with that - 

00 02 1+3 51 CMP . . . - 

00 02 1+3 52 LMP 

00 02 1+3 5I+ CMP TV camera's - - 

00 02 1+3 57 LMP Thank you. May as well get me the monitor and 
all that jazz. 

00 02 1+1+ 00 CMP I'll go do that now. 

00 02 1+1+ 02 LMP And the bracket. I'll be fiddling and getting 
this baby ready. 

00 02 1+1+ 06 CMP One bracket. 

00 02 1+1+ 08 LMP Thank you. 

00 02 1+1+ 27 CMP Okay, Fred-o, now here's the monitor. 

00 02 1+1+ 37 LMP Okay. Got a - Thank you. Okay. 

00 02 1+1+ 53 IMF Okay. Okay. The . . . are off - done. 

00 02 1+5 II+ CDR Stand by. 

00 02 1+5 21 CMP It's funny. 

00 02 1+5 25 CDR Okay, my SUIT POWER'S going OFF 

00 02 1+5 28 CC . . . - - 

00 02 1+5 29 CDR ... you got COMM 

00 02 1+5 30 CC through Hawaii. Over. 

00 02 1+5 32 CDR Roger, Houston; 13 through Hawaii. How do you 
read? 



Day 1 



(JCFWHULI MML 



00 02 1+5 37 CC 13, Houston. You're weak but clear; it'll 

probably get better in a second. We're 
standing by for the burn report . 

00 02 1+5 h3 CDR Roger. Jack, we need the burn report just 

briefly. 

00 02 1+5 1+5 CMP Okay. 

00 02 k3 1+6 IMP Here, I'll get it. 

END OF TRMSCRIPTION 



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, Houston, Texas