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WAC CONTROL NO 

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IFlNClOSt»l IS NOT AnkHiD, tw CUSStflC WIQN O HHIS PAGI ^ DOWNQRAOED JO UNCLASSIFIED 

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TOWNGRAdWaT^ yCA« INTERVAIS 
DEClAS^flEB AFTER )2 YEARS 

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^ TKis document contains infdrmati^h affiectirvg thi rigtioniiJ disfen^e of the United ' 
§tqte;s withip the ipisoning o? the tspiohage laws. Title 18i U. S. C, Secti^ons 
793 or\d794, the tVonsfnission or reveiatjcM of which in any mart ner to dn . 
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CAFE KEHREDr 
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Boger on the roll. 


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Pitch Inixifcte. 


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Roger on the pitch. You're ix>ooja« aooa. 


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.-'nat a ^jeajtiful view! 

Roger. L;veri-i:hing;'5 looking fine down here now, 
Ce:Tiici - 5- 

Roger. :t looks :.iif;ity good up here. 
... real ... 

C-eraini-5, you're GO down here. 
Roger, ae:Tiini-5 is GO hero. 
Stand t-y for point 8. 
Ro»;r. Standing 'by. 
Point 8, Ger-ini-5, point 3. 
liof-er. Mode 3. 

Genini-5, t.his ir, Houcton. You're at pojxt 8. 
Ro{-er. We're at Mode 3- Thank you. 

Ge::dni-5, Houston here. You've passed through point 8. 
Roger. We're reading you. Are you reading our 
Gemini -5, this is Houston here. How do you road? 

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One, seven. We have a 32 here. 

... good. SiCO ... IIouEton. 

Gemini- 5, you're you're 00. 

Geiiiini-5, th.s is Fiouston here, do you read? 

Roger, Houston, Cev.ini-5 reaaing you loud and clear. 

Okay, GerJ.ni-5. transinitting in the blind. You 

have a GO. 



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00 00 06 23 CC GeodJil-5, thi. Ifl Hou»ton here. How do you read on 

thi* frequency^ 

00000638 CC o«iinl-5, tM. 18 HoMton here. How do you read? 
00 00 06 W C Houston, this IB Oeiilnl-5 ren^ you loud nnd clew. 

Ho» u»t Orer. 

00 00 07 01 C Roger, IX) plus 11. Our IVI'. are fon«rd 002, il^ 013, 

up 002. Bverytblng look* »>od. 
00 00 07 17 CC GeiBlni-5, you're 85 by 199. 

00 00 07 1*6 CC Ge*Lnl-5, Io«toa bere. Wbat UHP set are you onT 
00 00 07 55 P Roger. Tbls is Geiilni-5. We're on UHP-2, We had a 

perfect diffusion 00. our cowputer 25808. 
00 00 08 05 CC Roger. Understand you're on UHr-2. 

«w .4»MMa4-ivi> We'll m hack to UHP Wo. 1 and. give 
00 00 08 09 P That's afflimtive. we j-l bp 

you a try. 

00 00 08 CC Okay. Why don't you stay on 2 for anhll*. 

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00 00 08 23 CC Ge.lnl-5, Houst<m here. Why don't you »ke the co» 

check OTer Canaries. 
00 00 06 29 P This is Ge«lnl.5. Roger, ve'U -ke the cd ch«ik on 

UHP Ho. 1 OTer Canaries. 
00 00 08 35 CC Very good. Very ^d. 
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00 00 08 u5 CC Roger, Gemini-5. 3e advised the gro-ond is reading 

i'ou loul and clear now. 
00 00 09 01 CC Gemini-b, t::ls is Houston here. Your 2-X time is 

,1 plus 2? pi^^^ 26. 
00 00 Oy 1^ P Roger. ... of 2-1 is 1 pl^^ 27 plus 26. 

00 00 09 23 CC Roger. That's 16, not 26. 1 plus 2? plus 16. 
00 00 09 32 P Roger. 1 plus 2T pluc l6. 

00 00 09 35 CC Roger, Tiiat'B effinative. 
00 00 10 07 CC Gerrdn^-5, Houston. 
00 00 10 10 P Go 8;iea'a,F.ouGton, Geiaini-5. 

00 OfJ 10 13 CC Hofier. J '11 tell you what. We had to switch your 

real tine telemetry to the standby transTiitter. We're 
Pickina up a lot of noise and we'd like to have you 
just leave it that way. 

00 00 10 2-, P Okay. Start ... Tirct stage ... We really had a lot 

of POGO. 

00 00 10 31 CC Roger. Understand you had a lot of POGO. 

OO 00 10 C Affirn-^tive. We had auite a bit of POGO starting at 

about 2:06» 
00 00 10 3S CC Roger. 2:06. 

00 00 1> 20 CC Geriiini-5, this is Canary GAP COM. 
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Bo.er. .lave a G.^ Of im-off for you. One .cro hours, 
valt one - 13 hours 59 -^nutes 59 r.econds. of 

lift-off 13 -.59 ••59. 

Roger. 13 ■•59: 59. 

,v,at-= affirmative. We're stsndine for your MF 

conimunif^ations check. 
Ro;-cr. Wait 30 secondE. 

. ■ • . ,His is Canary CAP COM. We have a nev 2-1 
xi.e for yo.. U viU be 01 hour= 22 einutes 27 B-cnda. 

Uo you copy? 

Say that a^a^ln, woul-i you? 

^^,t is 01 hourB 26 ninutes 27 seconds. 

Ro-;cr. We got that. 

Genini-?, this .s Canary CAP COM. 

r.r.--^ -u\T CC^^^ Gemlni-5 on W Ko. 1. How do 
Roger, Cane'. J ---^^ ^..i.. 

you read^ Over. 

.nLn, xha. you. tape recoraer, B.o-.led .o. 2, is on. 
Pii^t Plan calls for it to oe off. 
Ho_er. We'll, set It off tnor.ent8rily. 

^+-iidinsi bv^ for yo'Ui' Hr^ check. 
Ro,;;er. Tnai-K you. ^tanama . 

Roger . 

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Oenini-y, t;:is is Canary CAP COM on HF. Do you 

rea ci*; 

Ro^^er, Canary. Gemini- 5 reads you loud and clear 
on K?. -low me? 

Rocer. I'm reading you loud and clear on HF. Goinfe; 

back to IM}P - 

Genuni-5' 

Gemini-:?, this is Canaries on IW. We're standing by 

to report on your Control Moao Check. 

Roger, this iG C-einini-5 on IMF. We haven't gotten our 

Control Mode Check yet. 

Roger. 

We are having the water boiler ^-awing us oiT left. 
We're correcting, back now. 
?.Ofe;er. Unders'^nd. 

Geiain:-?, this is Canary CAP COM. Would you confirm that 

>rou have your snain batteries off. 

I';n sorry. Our mm batteries, are off. 

aerainl-5, Ceminj -5, this ia Houston. 

Ro,;er, Houston. Gemini- 5- Reading you loud and clear. 

Ho.rer, ve're r-adin- yo..i loud and clear also througri our 
reuoLe site. 3e aivxsea iiiat when you periorm the 
fayaro^icn puiv^e you saouid get a ver/ smell pitch dovr; 
-:Or:enL apTiatsu to lae a^-ececraft. 



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Rose/'. 

ae:iuni-!^, this Uoustor. 

Koeer, U113 is ahead. 

Roarer, Gemni---. thlc is Houston here. Be advised 

^ . -r^ J- 11 be 10 leet per second St 
your oposee L-arn rf^l-i- ^ ^ 

56 minutes at noininal Durn. 
. . . over, tnank you. 

Be aavxsei our Control l^de Checi. is good. Over. 
Roser. Understand you completed your Control Mode 
Check. 

Ro^er. Wc are in Oroit Rate and going to ^ . . Horizon 
Scan. 

Roger, roL'er. 

Houston . Gemin± - 5 • 

Go ahead, Geninl-5, Houston. 

Ro.er. we lifted oiT w.th what we thought .as a little 
lower 0AE.'i5 rropellant and we're showing th« »t 82 .nd 
lifted ofi; vltn 87. Now .10 we still have-is that the 
■pi'oper aru^unt? 

Ro.e., understand you now have 82^ shoving end-say 

aca-n your cu-iStion. 

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'v.'ell, the cuestxoi: -ras ^.n-j ^ ov, 

-.-j-v, in-^c; -than ve should have. 



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00 00 58 37 CC Roger, Ge«ini-5- 

00 01 13 13 CC Ge«lni-5, Ge»-itil-5. TMs Is Houston bere. 

00 01 13 17 P Roger, this 1. OemLnL-^ reeding 3rou loud and clear. 

00011321 CC Roger, Oe«ini-5, Houston bere. I « reading 3^u weak 

and a little garbled but readable. I'd like to give you a 
little iafDr»«tion about your beater svitches. We ^ 
you to leave your BCS and Fuel Cell, those tvo switches, 
heater switches, in AOTO, but put your Fuel Cell H2 
Svltch to 07F. We want you to regul*te your fuel cell 
H2 pressure on the gage to between 220 and 330, and 
I say a0iin those are readings - gW« readings. 

TlMit's all. 

00 oil- 17 P H0g.r, « u«4.r.t«d. . . . ira.l C.ll Ha 1. Off «.d BCS 

and Fuel Cell are in AUTO. 
00 01 lU 27 P Be advised the Fuel Cell reading is 250. 
00 01 lU 38 CC Roger, understand. Be advised, Gemini-5, that on your 

pass across the States you-we want you to »ke a UHF 

Ro. 6 check. 
00 01 lU 3^ P Roger. 

00 01 2U 55 P Okay. This is Oe«ini -5 on Record here, and the GKE time 

is 15:2U:00. Standing by for the first pass on Guayms, 
and we have the D-2 ca«ra equipissnt aU unstowed, ready 
to go. The 16MM caaeiH was mounted in time. Our only 
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we won", oar lifl'sute o-r. Vou recotjnize tuat. This 
U Eo:::et:.in,i the ;,uy;; In " ^n- goin^ to have to think 
about. They' .e ;;ot ncrc mk than we have. Row are you 

r. : Ua.e ■■;•/ iiclr.et ;'.ovr! t.'.ere w^th the food in it. 

; V3ve a ilacs'-ih La i canc-.-a. J have one bag that I startea 
■o^ i :-..n a^'L^o ani I'vv rLckcd up at least 10 to IS 

vj I- 1 i,< p :'eG, wa;;h':r.. ariJ ■ . 

r- c--^M-',:r. ■-•■r -ws. i;e i'.a have on*.' :ui3r.ap there when 

t.h= n ixillary recejjtlool ii;;;- wouian't conie out ri^iht and 



P T.at'- -x jiiv, and IcL'l , I iu-n-d off a circuit breaKer 

on tLie heater inrtall:ij the X6m ca:'.er«, and we didn't 

. t-yj.-. ant.Ll wfj w-.ro try;;: to vise Lne heetar. 1;: 

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,Q ^, r- ■/!■:■/ r-iow, -.. ry low ioy':v hoat-rs, tnouch. Ckay, 

"houl'i hoar rrori a>.^v-r.a:; In a -"..nute. We're soinc to 
tr..j preretro :-c::.. sr::i Icq l over the Cape a^sain. 

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'X 01 27 «3 P Oiiay- 

00 01 27 k6 C Whoever gets our tape recorder, you're ^ust going to 

have to put up with cie. 
00 01 27 k6 P Yes, "I'l-; soing to turn the tape recorder off nov ^ile 

we're at it. 

Gm.Yi-'iAS, MEXICO 
00 01 28 09 CC GeEuni-5. Guaymas CAP COM, 

00 01 28 12 P Hello Guaynas. Gemini -5 here. R&td you loud and clear. 

00 01 28 15 CC Roger, read you. loud and clear. How are you doing? 
00 01 28 17 P Status is GO. 

00 01 23 19 CC Okay. You're looking good here on the ground. Stand by 

for the Pilot's blood pressure, 
00 01 28 2k F Okay. Pilot's blood pressure ccaning dowi. 

00 01 28 27 CC Roger. 

00 01 28 ^3 P Cosaing up - cuff is full scale. 

00 01 29 03 GC Okay. We got a good blood pressure out of you. 

00 01 29 11 P Clsay. We'll give you our status here with regard to the 

REP, We have the P-2 unstowed. We have the 2Mm Mmera 
Installed and we're sitting here waiting - r^dy to go. 

00 01 29 23 CC Very ©sod. Srfe will keep the conversaticm down and let 

you get ready. 

00 01 29 36 CC How about anotiier try at the Pilot's blood pressure. It 

leaked off a little too rapidly on us, 
00 01 29 Uo P Okay, give you another one. 



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00 01 29 55 OC Otear. We oDt cttflf fttU Bcalo «b ttet %leo4 |i«Mtire. 

■»Te yott sot yw Mrte baatttr* ob Toor ftel C«ll Og? 
Tes. tew tte ^ bMt«r <a. «b %lf»4 Am to 220, aad 
we an in the proeeas of brlngias It iqp to iteot 30O. 
00 01 30 17 CC RoCBr. 

00 01 30 19 P ABdoBrBC3 02lB bolldiBg slowly aaA «e vould Joit m 

•ooQ toTB ttet bMter off. 
00 01 30 28 OC Eov i^boot the fuel cell O2? 
00 01 30 30 P Fwi e*ll O2 is homns rl^ la ^ gma. 
00013039 OC Wegorta 0M>d blood pcvMure f^ ytm, 
00 01 30 In P Boger. 

00 01 31 Oil CC GiTB w » readout oa yoor f^ oeu Ofe t«ak prMftov. 
00 01 31 08 P Rogsr. Fuel ceU O2 tank pressoxc is zMdlng 
00 01 31 16 OC Bogsr, copy. 



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BCS 02> Roe* 

3*7 ftSilBf FUgbt? 

Tmi can ton tbe BQS O2 CfT. 

Turn tlM Auto Mter OFF* rl^T 



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3C Tlwt«« »• wMia niw joo to tuin yoar BC8 Og 

Atxto Beater OTT at tM» tiae. 
P Boma, BDS O2 leater 1» OFT, an* oar atatua than U Poel 

Cell O2 AD«0 and IMal Cell B2 !• ia AOEO. 
CC Boiw, look* like joar mt« Dettle haa ateifad Trnmlng 

off, and aw not abcnrlnc any J»» indication towi bare 

at all. 

P Roser, «»re la Borlioo Scan and we haw at(W« y»wln« 
OC <a»y. 

C He atosped jwilng at elas^o^ ^m*^. 
CC Boa», Tery good. 

C Our jaw r»tea iihan the i»ter hollad mm l/2 ia«raa per a«sond. 
OC Mi^f got that. 

P BaUo lASA 903, lAiBA 903. 0«ilBi-5 Iwre. Wt read you 

Load and claar. So yoa read uat 
P ¥ell, Wrt rl^ OB the Fll^ PlM. Wa got fcU the g^ 

unatoead and we're looking real good ... f«al. ... 



down the line ... 



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I'll bet our flight'c more fun than yo\irs. 


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Yes. 


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I juBt changed ny mind; space flight's better than flying. 












IIOUSTOJS, ISXAS 


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Oeinini-5; GeEini-5. iiouston here. 


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Roger. 


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Roger, it looks like you have a few clouds doim tJiere, 


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These fuel cells are h.Q, buddy, ri^t down the line. 


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Just like advertised. 


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came on shortly after lift-off and the last ooe, the secti< 












2 one, went out about 2 minutes after insertion. 


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Gemini-5, Gemini- 5. Thie is Boustoiu 


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Hello Houston. Gera.ini-5 here. Read yx>u 5 by 5. Our 












status Green, 


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Roger. Be advised that we'd like to pick up soiae laore T/M 












data on your OAKS. We'll get this over this pass and over 












Carnarvon and then update you on e reading for the REIP 












mission on the next pass across tfae States. 


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This is Ger;u.ni-5. 


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We'd also like to advise you after you've put out the REP 



and you want to turn around to look at it, do it slowly so 
that you don't put any unwanted Delta V in with the 
attitude thrusters. 



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00 01 36 56 C Roger. 

GO 01 36 59 P Hey Houston, Geiiini-!}. Did you hemr U6 in contact with 

the back-up? 

00 01 37 ok CC Go ahead Gemni-5, Houston here. Say agjaln. 

00 01 37 07 P I say we were in contact with MSA 903 and 902 in fli^t 

over Mexico. Did you iiear us? 
00 01 37 13 CC Roger, I did. That's pretty good. 
00 01 37 51 CC Roger, Gemini -5. This is Galveston in to ymi. 
00 01 37 55 CC Very good. Gemini-5, Houston here. Could you read us 

out your CAMS Propellant Quantity plMse? 
00 01 38 02 C Roger. GA>I3 Propellant Quantity is 78^ and it's heen that 

since after our apogee burn. Over. 
00 01 36 11 CC Roger. Understand it's been l&ft since apogee bum. 
00 01 33 14 C AffirH»tive. 
00 01 38 33 C Vho'5 playing the music? 

00 01 38 36 CC It's not down here. 
00 01 38 38 C We're gettinj^ some music on UHF." 

00 01 38 *+0 F Sounds good. 

00 01 38 CC Gemini- 5, Houston here. We're standing by for a Cocaand 

Pilot blood pressure. 
00 01 36 55 C Roger. Comir^ to you raomentarily . 

00 01 38 57 CC Okay. 

00 01 39 38 C Houston, Gemini -5- •'^e had quite a display when we jettisoned 

the doors on the geoniotric experiment. I don't fcaov what all 
the debris was, but it looked like a snow stom. 



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00 01 39 51 CC Roger. ReMiber irtMtt I told you ^bout thorn* ■miTCts. 
00 01 39 54 c Yee, we're looking ftonmrd to thrt, 
00 01 1M> 08 C 903, Ge«lni-5. See you guys In 8 teys. 

00 01 hi 10 CC Ge«lnl-5, tMa is Booston here, ife sUU l»v«i't 

reeelved the Ci —ma Pilot tlood pnssnre. 

00 01 In 15 p He SM hftTLag a little trouble settlag It la. Se's 

sot it in noir and be*s posping it up. 

00 01 in 21 OC Okay, very good. 

00 01 hi 2k C It ou^ to read plenty hLgi, beeavM I»« bean eorldng. 
00 01 1*1 28 CC Roger. Tliat*s one of the toughest Jote of the fllg^. 
00 01 In 55 CC We've gottea a good blood presaore ftom you. 
00 01 In 59 c Roger. I'll gtve you another one rlgjfet after a rest 

cycle. 

00 01 Oil CC It's ohsy dom here. 

00 01 1»2 06 C All rl|^. 

00 01 V3 09 P Bouston, 0«aini.5. 

00 01 ^3 13 CC Go ahead Geidni-5. This is Houston. 

00 01 l»3 15 p Roger. I activated tl» M-l Es^riasat at 1 hour plus kO 

elapsed, and it's ... 
00 01 ^3 26 CC Roger, Itaderstaad you activated the M-l at 1 plus kO, 
00 01 43 31 P AfflrmUve. 
00 01 43 3"* CC Hov does it fteel? 
00 01 43 36 P Fine. 



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Geminl-5> this is Houston. 
Go ahead Houston, Gemini- 5- 

Roger, Do yon have your radar up on Standby yet? 

Negative, r4ot yet. 

Okay, it was supposed to come up about 1:30. 
Okay, with the radar in Standby, the ... range rate, in 
range, osclllsted bacli and forth from fuH scale to 
full scale tvo or three tijnes, and then it settled 
down on zero. 

00 01 hS ^6 C Conanent for the tape as far as the windows are concerned. 

Before the is'onch the riglit-hand window was completely 
frosted over with a lot of Lioisture in between the layers, 
which cleared when we got out in the sunli^t. Cleared up 
fairly well. Tr.e left window was very clear at that time. 
At the present lii:;G, 1 hoar and 50 oinutes-- 

0 . y.. - ) 19 F I' PI going to pur^^e. 

00 01 49 21 C --my window on the left side herelJM some sli^t gray 

TTfflttor, just { 'y.. Lj-ght little streaks, which occurred 
when we jettisoned fairings. The top ri^t-hand side 
of TTiy window has sone frosting which app^rs 'to be on 
the inside of the outside pane of glass. 
CAIIAHY ISLANDS 

00 01 49 48 CC GeminI-5, this ic Canary CAP COM. 

00 01 49 52 C Go ahead Carjsr/. Gemini-?. 



pr^r ■- 'Tiki 



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Hoger, Would like you to ccmfirBi that your radar is 












in Standby. 


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Roger. Radar is in Standby and we ere presently purging 












the Tuel cells. 


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Roger. 


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Gemliii-5, this is Canary CAP QCM, 1*11 give you a 












time hack at 1 hour and 51 minutes, blast's 1 hour 












51 minutes. 


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All ri^t. 


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Coranent for the tape. While purgisg the fuel cell, the 












So, 2 fuel cell Delta P light did Jiot cotae cm (toiring — 


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Stand by for yovsr time hack. 


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Roger. Standing by. 


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3, 2, 1. 


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Mark. 


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Roger. That was 1 hour and 51 minutesi Is that affirm? 


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Roger. 


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Tell them we're purging the fuel cells rl^t now. 


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I caii't get hold of this thing, ^is is ^ing to he 












a pain in the rear, boyi 


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Gemini- 5, this is Canary CAP COM. Ity "T" waa off here or 



the yi^aund. I'd like to give you another tine hack at 
1 hour and 52 minutes. 



Face 2k 



00 01 51 35 C Roger. Standing by for your time hack. 

00 01 51 55 C We're over Africa again. 

00 01 51 57 CC 3, 2, 1. 

00 01 52 00 CC Uark. 

00 01 52 02 C Roger. 1:52. 

00 01 52 Oil CC Roger, 

00 01 52 05 P ... this spacecraft clock over here is running about 

2 seconds fast. 

00 01 52 09 C Mine's about a quarter of a second fast here, 
00 01 52 29 P Boy, I'll t^il you, this is really paing to be a pain 

in the rear! 

00 01 52 33 C How are you doing there. Big Daddy? 

00 01 52 36 P I'm going to liave to invent some way to hold this switch up 

here. It's another comment for the tape. Ttxeatt fuel cell 
purge switches shovad be OH-OIT and not raomejitBry. About 
to break my finger off. 

00 01 52 50 C You «ant the tape left on? 

00 01 52 53 P we'll turn it off. Let's turn it back on for RSP 

ejection, thoujjh. 

00 01 53 ^ CC Gemini- 5, this is Canar-y GAP COK. We have aii indication 

here on the gi'ound that Fuel Cell Quantity I^d is on. 
00 01 53 56 C Affimative, we're watching it. 

00 01 53 58 CC Roger. 

00 01 5^ 08 C We're turning the Fuel Ceil Heater out of AUTCMftTiC to 

OFF, and we'rt; turning the Marker Switch off now. 



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Gemini- 5, this is Caaary CAP COM, Be advised thaat all 
three acceleroneter readings are GO. 
Roger, ^haink you. 

Roger. Fuel cell purge is complete. Draw filters off. 
Hotter. 

Record on? Let's put it on. 

Yes, okay. Let's see; we got the REP out at •boot 15 
eeconds late. And we're back on ... at k feet a second 
on our radar. The bi5gest problem ve bave right now Is 
apparently my address 69 does not read. An, dam it J 
If^s reading 80. 9. It keeps insisting on reading 86. 9 • 
I'm reading — 
8.09 I laean. 
2200 feet out. 

Are you? Well, I'm going to get tbe recorder on. You 
bore sighted onto it? 
00 02 lU 14 C Pretty veil. 

00 02 Xk 16 P Okay, recorder is on. And I m shewing an IH reading here 

of about ^0 and we got it on at 16:15:00, I dari't know 
whether we're getting etnythijjg worth\rtiile or not. Oh, 
I know what I did wrontji 
Reraeffiber Eaii Streuhalllng. ' 
Yes. 

Il^iere we go. Now, look at him. What's our distance? 



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Distance is about 2^00 feet. 
We've put you out at 02:07:1?. 
You're still getting a signal, aren't ywit Yes, 

YCB. 

Oisay, CATCH UP^ ORB RATE, PULSE, radar ON, address 25. 
I kiiov ^at [!iy big trouble isj I IsHW I'm r«idiag ra^r 
range too. Now it's going to read. Yes sir! Yea air] 
Waen't in CATCH UP. 

00 02 16 46 C Weil, see, there's just another good exaarple on T<&y, if 

you have a vorth while experiment, it ou^t to be done a 
couple of orbits later rather than trying to get every- 
thing into the first orljit and a half. 

00 02 17 02 P Okay* What does your Delta V read? 

00 02 17 09 C It's reading h feet 1— yes, 3-1/2 feet per second, right 

now» hf bouncing between 3-1/^ a^id k. Are we getting 
any j?ea dings on that OAKS on the— 
Yes. Look.' It's reading high.' It's reading 260l 
Hey, that's great, greet; 
You were centered right on it. 
Yes, I try. 

After k minutes of sieasareiiients--They just want you to 
keep drifting out here until vre don't read any more- And 
we can ik> that for 20 tainutes. He's flashing away just 
as easy as he can, isn't he? 



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eONfiDtNTlAL 



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00 02 17 52 C Yes. 

00 02 18 02 F How. I want you to look at those star backgrounds. See 

if you get the idea of nulling on hiin. My lights ttX) 
bright? 



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Okay, we're at 3,000 feet. 


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I4y reticle's too "briglit. 


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Pat the radar right on hira and let me get an address 59 



reading. 
00 02 19 12 G Right on. 

00 02 19 19 P 11^.7 and a 58 just Tor drill j minus 80 is what we're going 

for, OYay. 69, that's correct. Understand we're still 
getting a steady reeding on the gage. 



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I'm going to drag it through him 3 little bit here. 


.iatch 












the sage and see if it — 




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It's dropping down a little bit. Looks like we're 


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yoo lost hira? 




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Bo, I'm just cominc right to him exactly right now. 


Ri^t 












on him. Eow I'm off to the ri^.t. ^ifhat did it do 


on him? 


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00 02 20 ^ C Yes, I'll cone back on him nov. 

00 02 20 58 P Well, I'll tell you, we're really smoking away fpoia him. 

(X> 02 20 55 C Yes, he's at 3300 feet. 

00 02 20 57 P les, but we ought to slow dowrs. What's your range rate 

now? 

00 02 21 00 C About 3* 

00 02 21 02 P Yes, well we're slowing down a little then. 

00 02 21 12 P You notice we haven't ci>anged much on that star background 

either. 
00 02 21 ll^ C No. 

CO 02 21 16 P Listen, I'd serious. We ^nt to be dam careful he 

doesn't run into us. This thins is saoking stxal^ out 

of there, you know that? 
00 02 21 2U C Yes, 

00 02 21 26 P Look at the ... ball. How there's enough clearance, but 

I'll bet he ^oes by pretty close. 
00 02 21 36 P Okay, he's about 36OO feet; a little bit better than 

that, 3720. Range rates have started dropping off pretty 

00 02 21 52 C Yes, we stay on him until we get the range, yaw dot 

zero, don't we? 

00 02 21 57 P Yes. How remember, we're going to back up on him this 

time. 

00 02 22 09 C Yes. 



CONFiOOiTIAL 



CONFIDENTIAL 



00 02 22 07 P I don't understand these scanner llcaits. 

00 02 22 12 C Well, I think that's where your scancer's the weakeBt, 

when you're going into sunset, i And I think it was 

kind of a corisination 
00 02 22 19 P Okay, put it back on you nov. You've drifted off a little 

bit, haven't you'' 
OC 02 21 C Yes, I'm off Just to the left. 

00 02 22 2-': P He's also changing a little bit with that star hackgroimd. 

Boy, those lights are bright. 
00 02 22 38 ? Okay, range rate ou^ht to be iinder 3 feet now. Ed White 

thinks you can get onjt to 7»2, 
00 02 23 04 C Ought to check our fuel cell hydrogen, I guess, in a 

little bit. It's all right. 
00 02 23 19 P -es. Look at the oxygen. That fuel cell 0^. 

00 02 23 26 C Yes. 

00 02 23 28 ? How the heck did that get that low with the auto heater on? 

00 02 23 30 C I don't know. 

00 02 23 31 P Dcm't tell me that circuit breaker's off. 

00 02 23 35 C Ho? 

00 02 23 .36 C Well, it'E lower than the--it can lover-- 

00 02 23 '40 P Yes, should be ri^ht here. Think I'd better punip that up 

a little bit. I'll tell you what it was - probably the 

Tjurge . 

00 02 23 52 P Let me see ttiat t^o to 300 now. 



00 02 2k 00 C Okay, it was reading acout 260, rigit? 

00 02 2k ok P Yes, put the radar on it; we're not i^etting— 

00 02 2k 05 C Okay, i-et back on hiTn. 

00 02 2k Ik P Oiay. 

00 02 2k 19 C It seens unusual to have soraethins out there to look at. 

00 02 2k 21 ¥ OiBy, we're at 70--J+200 feet right now. 

OC' 01^ 2k 26 C 2 feet per second is R-dot. 

'X) 02 2k 26 P Okay. Weil, we're Toing to get pretty close to— 

0*3 02 2k 38 C Still got 98 QA14S? 

00 02 2k P Yes, tell you what I'm goins to do. You look at blsck 

sky for k minutes, 
00 02 2k k2 C Just a minute. I'm right on him right now. 

00 02 2U 50 P Okay. It's still reading- -well, we're going to start 

coming back in. 

00 02 2b 00 C Okay, but if I do for k minutes, though-- 

00 02 25 02 P J^&ybe he rants a black sky measureifffint for k minutes 

right next to him. 
00 02 25 07 C Oh, okay. 

00 02 25 09 ? That's ri^-t next to him. 

00 02 25 10 C All right. 

00 02 25 i-k P You're rigEit on him now. There he is. He's beginning 

to drift quite a bit, isn't he? Beginning to drift aft 
and up. 

00 02 25 2k C Little bit. 



UjNFIilENfiAL 



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00 02 25 26 P Yes, he's drifted out of the star pattern too. 

00 02 25 31 P The thir.^ that's bothering;--! still hope that platform 

vas alined. 
00 02 25 C I do. too. 

00 02 25 1^8 P Boy, there's no doubt about it, he*s right out there. 

I should save the tape. 
00 02 26 00 C res. Seticie has too naich shine on the glass on it; I 

get quite a lot of reflection rroffi/both the reticle itself 

and any lights around the cockpit area, 
00 02 28 12 P Okay. What's your range rate? You ought to start to 

go to zero pretty soon. 
00 02 28 16 C Yes. 



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G«iaiGi-5, Carnar/on. 


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Go ahead, Car^ar'/on. 


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Roger, request you piece your p-ael Cell 0^ Heater OK. 


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Roger, it's teen in AUTO ail along. 


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Hogei'. 


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Standing by for youj;' readouts on tUe Delta V station. 


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We don't have any yet. 


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Soger. 


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Is the HEP out? 


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That's affir:rHtive. 


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Carnarvon, GeHdni-5, the preliminary look, it's still 












drifting in a little Lit, looks like it got about 5*6 feet. 


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Roger, counting, counted 5,3, 


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And if you'll wait one second I'll get you a hack and 53, 












59 and a 69. 


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Poger, 


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Gemini -5, Carnar^/on. we've got less than a aiinute to LOS. 


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Roger, at 02 plus 32 plus jO> 53 read uiinue 63.6; 59 read 












01396; and the miieflb-e was OOOdJ- 


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Hoger, I copy. Do you have the Delta lead solution yet? 


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about 6 feet rL^st now. 


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Ho^er. 



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to tlie Ci* position. 


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I tinders t-and you're in AUK'. 


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and we're now i^oinc to the t-'janual ON. Over, 


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C-eraini-5, Ger:ini-5, this is Houston here. 


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Gemini- 5, can you read? 


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ilojier, Gemini -5, this is tlouston. We're readins^ you 



and 9 little ^aroled. ^e'd like to have you check your 
¥uol Cell 0, -H,s Heater cii-cuit breaker please. 
00 02 i^v 'yi C This is Gsraini-^'. Be aivised we have checked that further 

... we ... continuity ... and we have on the 0,^ Fuel Cell 
Heater, I can ijet no increase on amperage when I go to 
I'Saniaal 0^ ?uel Cell Heater nor do I get any reading in 
amperage when I rp to AUTO ana the heater works 
perfectly. O^.-^er. 

00 02 48 27 CC Ro^er, Geijuni-^;, you're cosing throu^i. very weak and 

garbled cut I think, you eaid that you do not get any 
increase in anperage when you turn your Fuel Cell 0^ 
Heacer ON or to A'JEO. is that correctt 



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That is affirmative^ that is arfii-aative. We have 










decided to power down the radar and we're in the 










process of powerin?:; down the spacecraft. Our fuel 










ceil ox/^en pickup is 170 and falling. 


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... You guys think about it for awhile and we'll power 










dowr . 






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Roger, understand you're iiOin^; to power do'rfn and 










think about it for awhile. 


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Gemini-5j t^an you ^^t any increase on yxaur araperage when 










you go to Heater? 


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.vnen I go "to Hoater, i get a short of anrperage on 










the ga%;e. It nhovs t;iat the iL, Heater is workin,-!, and the 










0„ Heater is not working;. 


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Geinini-5, roger, ro^^er, understand. 












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GeiTdni-5, Hawaii CAP COM. 


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Hello there Hawaii j Gemini-5 here. 


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Roger, what's your Fuel Cell 0^ tarji pressure reading now? 


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Pi-essure is 160 and faliicg. 


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Roger. 


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Hey Hawaii, Gemini-:. J,et r;e give you a status on how 



this caine about. For the whole f 11 jht we've had the Fuel 

Cell in AUTC. Vie did notice the pressure fallinc 

prior to Carnarvon, and I held the raanual heat for a little 



CONF!DFNT!AL 



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bat we were In tha piroeaM of esttlng Um REP out 
•ad I tk^mJit that wdbJ^ cu* of it •tefp^ 
looUag St It, aad "Umt vtoan 'tiwy as tte oalX over 
C«n»rvm> «i noticed tliat we lMUkft*t cottett ai^ iMt 
teek; so Z Mds » earsf^ cteek of ^» elc««dt traster, 
vtii^ wi eloMd. I ttaea chscked t^ tlw fttsl esU h ydr ogan 
Amo aad WmiimiI would glTB u Indieatlaa oa tk» mln 
ai9, vbieli it did, and ttw TobI C«U AOXO ud Faal CeU 
Haaoal aboraad no rise in aapazasa iftataoaw, aad the 
eoneltt»i<Hi tbat we'va drava is tlwt aa'va lost tbe heater. 



QvmLai.'^ BKNall. 
Go* 

Okay, iie*4 like for 70a to keep a clo ee look oa ttaat. 
We*x« 0>ing to let it go tor aov aad let it ataMlise, ve 
hope it etahilizes out* Okayt 
00 02 5^ 38 P All ri^, nov itet vould jou like us to do ahoot the 

REP? 

00 02 54 ^3 P Stud hy oae. 

00 02 95 13 CC There's not aueh ve can do ahout it ri«^; ve'd like to 

Just take a look at it, Pete. 
00 02 55 19 P Okay, it drifted hehiad us* Xt seat out fSirly well aad 

then it started a fairly rapid trip hd^ad t»i aad we never 

did coae very close to it. 



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Have "you done any crane nvering at all? 


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No, we haven't touched anythiag in that way. 


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Roger. 


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We were right on the Flis^t Flan up until 2:^*^5 or so. 


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Roger. 


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Gemini -5> Hawaii. 


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Houston, Gemici-5. 


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Gemini -5, Gemini- this is Houston here. Go ahead. 


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Roger, we just ranted to establish contact. Be advised 
that the pressure is now I50 and falling slovly. 


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Roger, 150 and falling slowly. 


00 03 


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Tliat's affirmative, and our hydrogen pressure went down 
to 220 and we set back into Auto Heater and that circuit's 
working and it's filled it back up. 


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Roger. 


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Gemini -5, G'^ynas CAP COM. 


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Guayraas, Gercini-?. Read you loud and clear. 


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Roger. 


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Give me a readout on your Fuel Cell O^. 


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Roe.er, the quantity is 97^ and the pressizre is I50, 


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Roger, CAP COM. 



PM« 37 



00 03 03 3^ oc We're re^tiiis Jour tmak prmure on the grooad t 190. 
00 03 03 39 C I aadcrete^ yoa are readHoe It at 190. 
00 03 03 1*1 CC That's afflzmtiv«. 

00 03 03 1*3 c Okay. He^re rested la the AUTO Bsater position even 

tbouc)i I eaa't defloe aay chaa^e in sipeiami on tte 



00 03 03 52 C9C Ve copied. ThKt*s okay. 

00 03 03 ?6 C ... aukoal position «d see if yea qsb taU m if w are 

getting KSf xlse. 
00 03 0>» 00 OC Makes no difitoenee. 

00 03 Oil 02 OC Okay, let's 00 to Nsawl <m ay asz^. 3, 2, 1, mwk, 
00 03 0^ 05 c Bogsr, we're on Hutial. 

00 03 Oil U CC lb, «B got no chsage bare at all on the gnwad. Let's 

go laa^ to Atiro. 
00 03 Od 17 C CtaBoglng teek to AOTO. 

00 03 0*1 20 CC Other than that yoa're looking pi«tty good. 
00 03 Ot| ^ C Otaiy. 

00 03 04 29 OC Toa've got yoar eospater stet dom, havea*t you? 

00 03 0)1 31 c Soger, im vent through a isrge eowt don here; ee're 

polllttg ahoet 22 aa^s, we have the o m ^ aUu off, the 
platfiora Is povared dom, the radar Is ©ff, the TO'e are off. 

00 03 Oil li2 CC Roger. 

00 03 05 1*6 CC Bov doss that O2 look now, hov does ttet Og look now, 

op' theret 



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It's stlXX fUJlnc; tt'a down to •aeoond ito aov, lH2. 


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Rogsr. 


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Bov dOM it look iKnr« PsteT 


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. . . aeMM to i*M*g<»»g ri^bt th«« at IkO. 


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Okay, tte7 vill ba piekias Toa 19 thare over tbe 










Booatea aatwork lure abmrtly* KMp a eloae wteh on It; 










ttiaj^'lX ba good readiagi froa xoa* 


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Rogar, Gaaun,'^, tUs la HooatoB aara* Cte T/M It looks 










Ilka 'Uia aetaal j/acmmmax* wt^ Tm lamliss off around I60 










or ao. Doca It look ilka that oa /otir aacaa? 


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Ok^. 


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CoMBBt ca tbt aline problaa va ka4« 


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Vbat*a yoor ranca rataT 


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To a foot mA a lialf . 


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Iita> ba ouf^ to atop oow. Oh, ha did. 


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It*a boldiag arooad 1^ nov, Jia. 


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Okay, tkat'a oa joar aeala bvt tha aetaal j^raaaore la 










rl^ict aromd iBo. 


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Z aaa. (^ay, did yoa get the lafoxwtloa m vbat ve hava 



dona aad haire net doaa on tha TiXfiA Pint 



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Face 39 



00 03 10 12 GC OndBntud. ve uateivtwid that yoa povmd dim and 

m'ra not doinc the alMleit ixmgtr. 

00 03 10 19 P Tbttt*s Afeiimtlve. This Is fklUac allea oat 

tbe bottom end v» teeldad tbat we vere goiac to te^ to 
XMBter pcwtty sbortlj if im lo«t all «r ttat exTsea, or 
power Acnm. 

00 03 10 31 CC Roger, voaiur, ve oodarataadx tue agrae. 

00 03 10 3l» P Okay, If it at^llaea there trcm 1 saaaa aoMe teat leakage 

to it, Ooea it look like ve kava a rtmnrt to p^wr teek up 

aod pick tqp ttae BSP plaa? 
00 03 10 50 CC It look* like ve algbt be able to *> tta». AaA w're 

woikiiig (HI aaotber fli^it plaa for yoa to take care of tlM,t 

poaaibilitr. 

00 03 10 57 P Thaaka, Joe. We're eaj^riag oar short vaeatioa f*o» the 

Plil^ Ftau ri|^ aow. tfe*re ready to gf> with aajtbiog 
yoa aak. 

00 03 U U OC Oeaiai-5, looaton. I 4L4s*t read tlwt. Say -p-fn, pOeaee? 
00 03 U 16 P Thia 18 G«Hiai-5. I Jnat said «a eajoyliic our vacation 

tram the Plan ri^ aow maA stttMag by. 

00 03 11 25 CC Soger, roger. 
00 03 U 29 P Oh, I see the Cape down there. 

00 03 11 12 CC Geiilni.5, this is Sotsten here i^ia. Ton aigbt try 

orienting the adapter so tbat the mm is shining <m it 
and it aii^ increase yoor heat leak. 



CONFIDENTIAL 



CORRK CHRISTI 



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Gemini- 5, this is liouBton. 


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Go ahead, Houston. 


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You rsigUt try orient iriij the adapter towards the sun, 










so that we can get whatever heet ve can into the tank. 


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Okay. 


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Time-- 


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YeSf the tise-- 


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3:13:30. 


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Oh, I got two ship vakes In Bi^t, just as pretty as can 










be, down there right off the Cape, 


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Gemini- 5, Houston. 


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Go ahead, Houston. 


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We wotild like to have you proceed alcMig in. this particular 










configuration; as you jjet the Delta P lights we would like 










to have you powered down to the tainiimini I'CS condition. 


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Boger. 


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This would include the ACME off, beacons off, T/M off 










and the DCS off. 


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Roger. 












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Geffiini-5, Houston again. 


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Go ahead, Houston. 



CONFIDENTiAL 



CONFlOENTiAL 



Fag* ^ 



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You mi^t put your T/M switches to COMJ^AND. Tliat way 
we'll save power there, and your beacons to Adapter. 


00 03 


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Yesj the adapter beacon you want to go to COMMAND, is 
that correct? 


00 03 


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Roger. 


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OKay. The telemetry and the beacon are in C0^S^^A1^D. 


00 03 


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Thank you. 


00 03 


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Did you Just send us a load? 


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We Just sent a Tx? a ^> w DCS load. 


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Okay. 


00 03 


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GeEiini-5, Houston a^in. Did you cycle /our circuit 
breakers by chance? 


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That's aff irtaative. We cycled then a couple of times. 


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Oisay. 


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And here ve are, pointed strai^t down. 


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Boy, some of those clouds are pretty hi£ji, aren't ttiey? 


00 03 


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Yes . 


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or course we're at a low point now; we're at 87 miles. 


CO 03 


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Yes. 


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Wonder if we can see the REP back there soaewhere. 


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Huh; 


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Hey^ did you feel any aiove in the spacecraft? 


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ITa-huh. 


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Did I ilo it? 



UUNriOcNiiAL 



lONfiDEiiliAL 



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-cfc. les^ ooeSj It: laoves a little olt. 


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lou vanx to recorci all these pictures? Lom 


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I'll bring thea up in a lot later. 


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Ah hahi 


00 03 17 09 


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Gemini -5, Geaini-5, this is Houston. 


00 03 r/ 12 


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Go ahead, Houston. 


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On the groijnd T/M it looks like the pressure 



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at 170 and it's held that vay for about 5 ninutes now. 
Okay. Vtt're shovlac alxnxt 130 la here. 

Soger, roger. 

What odd clouds there. 

• * * 

Gemlni-5, Geminl-5, Houston. 

Go ahead, Houston. Gemini-5. We can barely read you. 

GejHlni-5, Houston here. Were your azimuth and elevation 

indications off, your radar operating properly? 

Affirmtive. 

Roger. 

Roger. 

Tui8 is Gemini -5 — 



CONFlDENTiAL 



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Cmrtmrfoa, eonatliig 12 oa level DstII Fox 1. 


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Very gpod^ jaa staad "by with UEP ^fiuaam; 


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Okay. Boesr. 










CARTOV 


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GeKLiil-5» G«aiiil-5# this is ImutoQ bsre. 


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... P 1050. 


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^>gBr, GeaiBi-5, Eoastoe tere. Vbst is jour ^^Msore 












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It SMW to be bolAlBg alboot 125, 120. 


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Roe»r, it's lx>l«ia« at 120 to 125. 


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Afflisaliwe. 


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QcBiai>5> if 3fDu eaa reeall, hov ■oeh tim did yoa e»t 










OB ^Bor ejipsrlMiit rerorderT 


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Vlklt one, 1*11 tew to look it op ... 


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Okajr^ if 70tt*TB apt tlMj fine; if not, forget it. 


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Ws 1^ 17 ■Lantefl oo the reorder. 


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I diteH set tbat, GeHlni>5« 



00 03 30 1»7 P 17 alnutM. 

00 03 30 li9 CC RogBTy W advised tiatt it looks like tlie pr^MMune 

drop is taferiBS off. X«t*s Jost bope tbat it boMs 
lieze about 130 or so, vbieb is itei tbe actoal pressure 
Is* 

It lo<^ like tbe rate of dsereaae is dsereasias. 



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OeaElai-5, Booston a^ain. Be advised tbat «e bave 
latmebsd tbe idxcraft into tbe neovery area, tfe hope 
ttet ve 43a't bave to ose tbea, bat it vin be a aood 
eseereise; aod if «• do need tbea, tbey will be tbere for 
yott. 

Ubieb recovery area did you say? 
Into recovery area armmd laeaii. 
A-^Eay. 

Tbis is Qodai-?* So you read! 
Boffer, «s read you. 

• * • 

Geflini*?, IfoostM. 1cm vere br^Bm ^ ai^ tmreadsble. 
Ibe j^essare is still drqi^ag. It is ^bout U09. 
Boser, tmderstaad it's etiU dropfii^ and it's l^^. 
Oeainl-5, Bouston. We bave about two aore alnates on tbis 
pass sad «e*ll Just stand by in case yon need aoytbing. 



SIAIMttSEVE 

00 03 3$ CC GemlnL~i, Gmlul-3, this 1> Soosten b»r«. Do 70U r«ftdT 
00 03 ii6 03 CC OMdiii-5, 3eiiinl-5» tUs la fioMtoa totre. Om1ii1-9, 

Sovarton. Bo yoa rod? 
00 03 ^ 13 P Bogir. 

00 03 ii6 16 OC Roc»r» 0«dBl-9, this Is Eotutan tere. ffhst la joar Og 

farMMr* r e afllng aovt 
00 03 29 P Zt*a ^boot 99 poimda. 

00 03 i»6 3*^ CC 9o9tr, tmterstaiid 95- Vb would Ulos to te^ 70a powr 

dom to a wttrtWEBi yowsf eonfl0st«tloit vltb joor lOT, yotur 
reealvnr en 2 coolMt poifa, 1 aoit flui sad tb» SC-K 
coiiTartcr. Ifo vould like to bftva yoa torn all ol^r 
•qmipaast off. 

00 03 1»7 02 C Rogar. 

00 03 ^7 19 OC Q9itdmL-% G^nl-^y Bpomttm hen. Bow la jmxr Awl call 

O2 qaastlty? 



00 (A 01 07 CO Gealttl-^^ Cftraftrvon. Hkvb yoa M aaj Delta F 

light*? 

00 OW 01 11 C GMlal-5» SfttfttlTe. 

00 Ol» 01 13 CO Botftr. Itat's your oaboard i-<a<Ttiiu. of tte O2 AmI c«11 

02 fatatltyt 

00 0l» 01 29 C It's ^VMS 8? and 90 polA. RoeKr^ m're ^ettlas betmi 

8$ Md 90 pal. 

00 0t» 01 32 CC Bo9Br. 

00 0^ 01 V5 CC Caraarvoa, Mty a»la «iutltj, fael call 0^. 

00 0^ 02 26 OC 6ealal-5> Caxsarvott, Ifcmld joa plAM your T/kl Svitdi 

to COMMra poaltioa. 
00 Ol» 02 30 C Rogar, to CGMUVB. 

00 0i» 03 02 CC C«SMum». Ilbald yon sc» teek to tSff Raealva. 

00 0«* 03 07 C Roger. 

00 OU 03 20 CC Oeadiii-5, Canarvtn. ?llgbt adriaas ttet we my ba lucky, 

Joat 9UaA ve ra«alre tu> •eknowli^cBamt of tU* 
txMmlaaioB. He*ra ataadlBg by. 

MHin / 

00 0>» 25 Ii7 CC Gaidol-5, BmU CAP CCN. Place yoor T/k Sviteh to REAL 

TOO Md ACQ-AZS^ ai^ bring 19 year OIF tx«aaaittar. 

00 Ot^ 26 37 CC GaMBl-5, lawli CAP COM. 

00 Ol» a6 40 C Go ahesa^ Buatl. 



OU 0^ 26 CC Roger, would you place your OAMS Heater circuit 

Dreaker to Off. 

00 Cih 26 h6 C Roger^ Heater circuit breaker Off. 

00 0'^ 26 ^9 CC Roger. Would you give a fuel cell 0^ quantity readout, 

please? 

00 0^* 26 ti2 C Rosier. Fuel cell quantity is reading about 65 quantity, 

.-^Ocier, what about tank pressiire? 
65 psia. 
Roger. 
Power dovn. 

Geniini-5, Hawaii, you can power back down. 

Genini-5, Hawaii. The Cape advises that they'd like to 
perforffi the same tests ve j-ost perfortBed, they'll do it 
over Canaveral. There's no rsquireaent for you to 
acknowledge this contact. 

TEXAS 

00 04 iiO li^i CC Geffiini-5, CreEiini-5, this is Houston here. Please bring 

your DCS receiver back up. Do liot bother acknovledeine- 

00 oh 33 CC Gemini-p, Gemini-5j this is Houston here. Would you 

brin^^ up yo\ir UH? transtaltter please, 

00 0^ 09 C Eoger, go ahead, i^is is Gemini-5. 

00 oh U':; 11 CC Roger^ stand by here a rainute. 



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00 <A 1*5 18 CC G««iBi-5, w» wottld ilkm to hfciw joa TBilf3r 3W« 

tuTB^ Hk* Oz SMt«r elre(d.t tea^^ off. 
00 OH 1^^ 56 C Wo,l tte 1^ MA 0^ Swter ^ro^t irater on. Do 

yott wot i-t of ft 
00 0)» 38 CC tew TOtt toMd thft svitA 

00 Oi» ^5 M> C Ofkmy, %ht s«UebM ftr* mU. thii^M *U In OPT 
00 Qkk^ k-i CC Otey, th^r* all in QVF. Vtefe Is ytmr vrmare rMdlng 

aovt 

00Qkk5y> C It's 60 fOoiAi. 

00 0)» 03 CC BocMT^ «a*M«tu& 60- 0««iB£-5, 70a « P>« T>ar 

txamad:fe|«r teek to SteidEbgr. 

00 0l» 1^9 12 CC qiwtnl !f. tfeic is Boa«tcn Iwra. mU jw torn DCS «lre«it 

-brmJmr task ea aov, yljMM. 

00 <A ^3 CC nitTil ?. 9MiBi-5» tbi* i« fcaatea fcKa, OUm to 

teTO yoa tala* and plaea tte Raar-teek Svit^ to RESBT 
■oMBtaxllr, ttd tbn liaeic to LI,MiHl,l. ^Nr» very 0ood. 
lott eas ynir DCS siriȣt WMter back off aipia. 

00 OH 52 23 CC Gaaiai-?, Oaalni-S, tWa la KM»toa a«idB t«a«idttliig 

to ^ la tlw lOlaA. ife «oq1& like to hai* yea ttixa 
powsr avLtek Oir en saetlea 2* X mt^ tflKiat tun (ST the 
pawt wmLteb. oa iacrtiDa 2. Yun OiP Ptaqp A oa tte seooaiarT 
eoolaat loop* I say a#4ai, ton GRT ftav A 00 tte seeoadair 
eoolaat Ieo|^ 



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00 04 52 59 cc Geaitil-5, Gemini-5, this is Houston. I'm tranBaitting 

in the taind ag&in. We wjuld lil£e to lave you t\una 
flRr tfee power switch on secti^aa 2 and turn OW A 
on the eecootory coolaEt loop. 

00 05 07 01 P Okay, we have ttie HEP in si#it and tJie tlca-- 

00 05 07 03 C 5 hoars aad 8 minutes. 

00 05 07 08 P ies, it's 19:09:10... twinkling avay merrily below us. 

Going ia tiie same direction. ... 
00 05 07 20 C Kbat vbuld you estimate? Several ailes below ua, right? 

00 05 07 22 P Oh, I aan't think he's too lad. Swo to four miles? 
00 05 07 30 C Tea, S(»ethiiig lilte that, 

00 05 07 32 P Ottt iQ ffont of us and moviBg faster. You're on tape. 

00 05 22 17 <XJ Gemini.5, Gcmini-5, this is Sou^^ GAP CCM transmitting 

in the biind. If you have had a si^if leant pressure rise 
on your .Fuel CeU 0^, bring your VSF transnatter and 
keep «s informed. If not, ire '11 call, you over Carnarvon. 
Gemini-5, Getaini-5, this is Ifcwiston CAP CCM transmitting 
in the bima. If you have had a sigWficant pressure rise 
on Fuel Cell Og pressure, bring up yoar CK? traneiaitter 
and please advise as. If not, we will call you over 
Carnarvon. Gemini-5, G^ni-5, Hefuston CAP cm, I would 
like to reiterate that section 2 power switch should be 
' Off . Section 2 power switch should he Off. fhe secondary 
coolant loop sno-old be GfT* Secondar, coolant loop should 
\>t OFF* Houston here standins by. 

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00 05 SL m P ^ u lfr30£3S. 

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telm w. «i'x« f^iM^ aar aid 
tl^ Relate rt|^ SOT. 

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U froi* ef u <» **fia$^ t» 

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e-i»Mia BKit^ to ccsK5iEJoqa, yo^ ^% to 

S&L ISM 4 ie9<^£Z5» 



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00 ^ ^ P DoMtt't ht look oat 

00 05 35 1^ CC lMa4 joa totaf 19 

00 05 35 29 CC OMim X weal* Uto « dv^oo* «* SBMB" ^mI 

00 05 35 39 P Bocw^ tills Xm 6i^ai-5* ftiiMtl tir 

is 9^ Md ^ RrMHBT* 

00 05 35 52 CC Jt<m^. Cejy <0 oa mcram mA 96 «i Qiwwtl ^* 
00 05 35 58 P Bos^. B« ftftviMd tte SMtiM ft SiAtcii 

1« «h« Pt a uHttry CoateKfe Ig^far jiiiiMta torn 
MS tte W ia aii» km •« 2000 fMt 

00 05 ^ 08 CC fiectr* 

00 05 3i ^ P W wMtM^ if «• r«i ii^ Ui^ noft*^ itt 

000536 23 c SByiua 

00 05 3i6 29 0 SaMM4«d Ut o«r 
00 05 36 30 P Mm, Cumaarntm ^ 

t<lMMtaty off lA thcfe 

vsM ipMratiig 10»2 

000536^10 CC 
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00 05 37 07 C WhatT 

00 05 37 10 P I s«v Fnd Cell Bttlt« P U^eU fHfikaf . Jlmt pMiUw 

Z did. WtUf I'U wit uA 8M. 



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00 05 38 15 CC 0««d»i-5, CKTMrvoa. Olrtgr. y®*^ ft»l*<* 

bttek ta CrjltlTm «A xonr oa. I'll 

•iviM yott to twm ti» tea^ off. 

00 05 38 27 P CI«Blil-5. 

00 05 38 ^ CC A»i you c« »> *« ^ itfiiatey . 
00 05 38 33 P Re^wr. 

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00053856 C »«• »». 

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00 05 39 39 P That • a aa«» pLaawt oirt tlwra. 

00 05 to 39 OC eaKlai-5« CaMMBwa. Pljaw yow Mii«» C-^Md Sviteh 

back to OOMUB). 
00 05 ta. 25 C UaJttBliis fla^s dowi th«f». 8» tha«l 
00 05 Hi 29 P Oh yea. 



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55 



00 05 53 C 

00 05 55 10 c Just em4«las tlevB vlth a mil* on tmm tti • aoi^. 
00 05 55 20 p tM, yoa tetter not §p with ■« fl«r«s» 2 mt 

00 05 55 2l> C 0^ M hMras't had rMl37 ted Xb^ 

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00 05 55 ^ P »>. 

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00 05 57 39 P 



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00 05 56 36 c te— jM. la aoartiEL^ rm9^ tel^ out 



00 05 56 la p iftarat 

00 05 56 46 c noatlat zi^ aloog teHiad oa^ aU^t^r <hA te tte l«ft. 

T—, Xbaaem te ia. 9mf te ia. M^n^la^ to aaa 
him, Joat « aaeoad. Soak Jaat aH^MSj 20« ^^it ir 
^xo«i^ tte aoaa ok his rif^t asir. a^'a «te«t 2 or 
3000 <tet atmgr- &•« MKT 

00 05 57 06 p Bat 7^. 

C^. Ite tlae la 19:57r55 mtA «• tern tte KEP la ai^ 
la di^lli^ ballad aa. ProteblT- « aom^ of ^t* * 



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EJUMZI 

00 06 (a 09 CC 9miai-5, toail CAF CQK- FUe* f/« 0«it<^ 

KEAL TUB & ACQ-r&lO asA tan om OP *nillttirr, 
Ecwall hM t*lMetx7 solid. 

00 06 4)1 32 CC taLia-5j tesli Ciff COM. 

00 06 01 i*l p RoiM, GMdHl CIP COI^ Htwsll CAP esa|, 0«MBt-5 Iwre. 

Orer. 

00 06 01 ^7 CC ltoc»r. w»<<t like yos to %riag 19 ^sr Scetioa 2 ibwr 

Switch t* m positio* and brJjts 9 p^ 4 on tha 
SsMjBdiarj- Ooolant 

00 06 Oe 07 P ... m« i» SMitBi-J. Hay« 1^ 2 16m Svitoh 

i>«ck on nd ■otte* that tte A narwirtarj P^ hmA <m, 

00 06 02 18 CC RocBT. iik'd lik« to iMm it %im fw tlM Mxt ezWt 

to take « look tA it. 

00 06 02 22 p Oki^. 

00 06 02 24 ec Would yea ejrel* your ruel cell Og Swter Mtek 0»» 

ewt OS and leanre it teek OB. 

00060237 P Okaar, it's baeft eyeled ana it's M to Ite «no 

poaitim. 
00 06 02 ^ cc Soger. 

00 06 03 05 CC Oe«ltti-5, Ba»ali CAP OOM- VovHd jo^ ertU that P^ 

Cell Og laater S«lt^ tkrve or foor tim. 
Ko^. tadJil-5 cycled it -^irae or ftwar tiaaa, aad 
cToliag it moH, and I get ao amperage oa the Mater. 



00 06 03 11 P 



Pi»«e 57 



00 06 03 26 CC Roger. I»bald you gliPe a Fttel Cell 02 Qwatlty 

sad taak ]^«Mure, pleasef 
00 06 03 34 P Soen:, if. 96]( m4 If. .tout-if . hto^iag right at 

60 - It*, teagliic rl^ betvMn 55 and 60 - lt». bean doing 

that pretty steady. 
00 06 03 Ir9 CC Roger. 

00 06 04 ii» CC Ge^.5, «U aite yoa to tarn the lele^tzy smtch 

to C<ltMB> poaitloa ai^ ton off yoar WBT tiaa^iAer, 
I*a^ both fa^p. and both Coolaat Loopa pomzad ap and 
they»U be talking to you over Callfbnila. 

00 06 04 28 C Boger. 

CAimoiflCUL 

00 06 10 31 CC Oe^-5, Gairtal-5, thi. l. Hbu.to. h.«. ife.d Uhe to 

h»w you tarn your BCS back OH at thia tiae. Ge«iBl-5, 
G««Ul-5, S«»rtoB. ife aottid like to haw yoa ttm» your 
OCS back OV at this tins. 
00 06 13 02 CC Gei^al-5, Oe.lni-5, thi. 1. Hoaatoa hew. Ve*d like to 

toms yoa taza on your ICS power aad poaer up your 
coq^oter at thi. tlw. 
00 06 13 3X CC Oeiilni-5, Gelnl-S, lourton here. I «y again, i^'d Hke 

to have you bring cm year 103 pover and turn your 
counter OV at thi. tii». ve eaot to .end op a BC3 
load for the ccwpoter. 



Cur.FiDLNTiAL ^^5^ 



pnlwa^ and it o«m 19 oMr* 
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00 06 1JH£ p Tbam. yo*. 

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00 06 14 24 P ok^. 6e« toi» *rt tv,«rti«t*taii,i»i*^ 

W'M flMflm— It'* Wt, l»t# 



^nnm 1m4 akigr. lv*ty«idM leeto real 

It to^ Mmm *i*t ^mrm Bt 60 ia4^ 
00061459 cc Kaecr. ^itent«aiW7Q»c^3W«a«i^ a 

Him <*ar «M* ram aUo cot ^ wu«a , im €tU 

oil tte Ifitt «LL zi^tt 
00061506 P B^fc' » .ftlawtiw. "•^ ^—r rrmilt TlrtrtifiL li 

OV taA w^n vtaadlac lgr «nr XeM. 

00 06 15 U CC BQs». 



00 06 15 51 CC 
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0«rtJil.5, Bmntea PlU^. 

80 Acad, iowtoft niikt, awm-5 IMT*. 



Page 59 



00 06 15 58 oc EmAs lik* eat • sitiaKtlon btxv t^«« stAlJXicd, 

pofl* «ttk tte b9r«roi«i m^klM. la t«: 

«i waem v«T tm^lTt not teia,^ 
I*d 1D» TOOT ojiwtoa cB ioli^ tlncv^ 



00 06 16 36 P Ga^m^ 1 ^ GO 1»» aad if ^ £MU« most 

•» lU^g m AottlA, *• «« OS* ais^^fBi^tjr, start emia« 

00 06 16 50 CC na**a irfttaati^. I* i* W lat tl» Og vaatlty 

torn to^oKt 50 wmut, aa*ll bk«MI7 la zaal good 
ata^, ^ tliKtU 0Bti« to taka c lav mi. va'za 
oolag to iam to a loos ab£i« «tli jw ^ija ai%tlag 
B» tter^ asins notUas M takia^ ^ ^iwa tet tte 
fiial ealla are goiac to ovaxa:^ taiiir ^aaa efioiltioaa 
tor Iflag sarioda, teawiaa m teH teva bat ao neh 



00 06 17 10 P ifeu, tHA 1, .ffir-rttw. Ife alao iaat get joar BCS 

loads ia. 

00 06 17 15 OC Very sood. 

00 06 17 17 CC Ttet*a a 6-k load. 



00 06 17 ao P OlBiy. 

00 06 17 22 CC Otay, i*«t do you tMnk? 

00 06 17 27 P 014 GittyBM amyu we ale^ " try It noif, C«pe. 

00 06 17 33 CC 01»y, w*ll look «t thl« thliig for •oottor orbit. 

L*t'» pownr 4cnm 1±1» yoa »»r« "b^fsre you c«ae 
o^r bere aat let's «l«o tora off ttet Seetioe 2 
Rywr tank off tbs Po^ »0ida. 

00 06 17 U7 P Will 4t>. 

00 06 17 ^ CC LMTB tta* ICS op. 

00 06 17 53 P <»»y# I'li P** ecapttter Off «tt4 tl» BJS 19 

and ncun tbs ninter 2 Foal Cell. 
00 06 liB 00 CC Bogsr. 

TEXAS 

00 06 21 5r CC Oeidal-5, C-idJil-J, !■ teo»tOB i»re. We w»ld 

like to iMire the receiver vqp ootil ftetter nc^ee 
bexe. Tott neednH aeknovledse th±» tomMlB^4n, 'bat 
aAvise a»ia tbat «b voaU 21ke to tlw BBS reeelvir 

«rtil yoa're a4vi»eA fto-tiier. 

00 06 liO 08 CC Ge«lBi-5, Ge«liii-5, this i« &w»toe here. He»d like to 

bftTe you bring aq? your tfiP treoMltter «t tbl« tl»B. 

00 06 ^ l»2 C Tbie le Geid.al-5* 

00 06 UO 1*5 OC Boger, Oeidni-5, tliU Is Houston here. Cm yoa give 

us your Fwl Cell O2 Pwsure ead QEMotlty S|^in> please? 



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Fwl C«U ^; «• do ast gim to pmw» Pe» V* nm 

zee fsif oar if there is ■ 1T1M.1 ■rtiitliiB £m «ze«t« ^ 
0.3 of a wit. So you rtwftT 

I md^^atsBd. ToB Mat ^ peg» ^ 1»it 
■ot Sg> 

Rsfer. Vb are at^djng bjr fbr 3pe« -to vuvt tetk 
Mctlom 1^2* 

Oki^. Zto jou «8Bt M to lecre ttm SMtlos 2 

Q»t*s KfCimetive. 
Giugr. 

I'M also 0oiac to eoyy yotsr tt^a do«i. 
Sa«lBl-5, atviaa as lium jtm atari porsa. 
I J«at flBiiM ^e SaetioB 1 f aM3 aMoais. 
SFtttl « ar mA. Purdac 8aatl « 2, KaA. 
IfaTall f 9aBi]^->5« Do Itava tuf Judout our 
R O2. thmrmt 
8tmd %7 OM. 

OaHiBi-5, that raadlBK is 1. Ba^aat, 1. 
BocMT. Z awqpact it la bom glitob got la the 
^isa* It «aa raading do«K act awo aial tgnaeed op 
to about 7 or d aad tfaas baek dom. Worn It ie back 
dowa to zero. 



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(jeid.al-5, fM±± CAP COK. We bave you 00 for l8-l. 
V wjuia like you to 0d Into only Zone 1 areas. 
That w>uia coMlt US ftor oae day. I « atmidlnc ^ 
to ufdate yw»r Tr for l6-l. 

xoger. We vIH Iwlng it on tbe coopiter. 
00 07 38 57 CC Hefi^ti«. You 6oa*t need the co-F«f r fbr Tr. 
00 or 39 01 CC Geidnl-5, JO« ffrt the mild TR tl«. Tou're in sync. 
00 07 39 C Roger. 

00 (xr 39 09 CC i« Uke you to stay in the pres«»t poller 

coaflgnrmtloo. That is your Prlmry CoolMt Puip on, 
one suit fto on, your DCS on, your receiw on, your 
BC-to-BC Con^rter on, your QMC Heater circuit breaker 
off and your Water Heater circuit breaker on. Do you read? 

00 07 39 3>. C Thaf. affir-atlTe, Geidnl.5. Do you_ «rt « to keep 

the SecttOB 2 powered down; is that corrwstT 

00 07 39 37 CC That's afflimtlve. 

00 07 39 38 C Okay. 

00 07 39 CC And « would like to purge the ^ in both section, about 

ewiy 6 hours from now on. 
00 07 39 C Soger. 

0007 39^ CC «»14 ^ gl« •^l 02 ""^ 

02 Tank Pressuzv? 
00 or 39 C Roger. Baire changed 96, 60, 



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tn^ «B viU 4a 1» tte %i^t^i«» «tti m vilX 
alX «M mr to tlHr airti-X «rM»w V» Mi to om 
«^ IftA-l waao, ftm ct ^ fumr m lOll 

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P^j^ tte power Hid s» to tte 

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00 07 ^ M C Bev^, ^pntity is 9^ sad 60 psia Frmon. 

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00 U 23 I? ce MDT CAP OQil. 

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00 14 23 27 P S«7 «aiaT 
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Mlao, W& Ilk* to T«ttd o«t the 
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MlBt-5, CSQ. 
Oo itead. 

Mviaa tboy vai* to do « Mdieal da** pass oa tte 

filot ovar ^ CWl. 

(^ameUiJBy oorracticA. fhst'a oiw tte BET. 
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slMp Md M're still !*■ Mtiai w firmt full 

■sal, aetnlly ftOl m«1. Jftat a memmt, I'll siva 70a a 
vatar xvport. 

00 15 57 5^ C Iba niot has hai ^ powds of mtor. lha CbMnd Pilot has 

iMd 3 poaaite of vatar aad paxtiapa a Uttla movm vi^ tfais 
■eal BOW. 

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jovp miMg, plaaaa, in taxas of daftfat 
00 15 58 3^ C Boflir, I had two IsHaf pwiods, I cans alMot m boor aaeh, 

^site ffood slaep. 

00 15 58 28 CC aeiBiBl-5> ^s is WET CAP COM. I voold Ilka to kaov if jovt 

or tbe Pilot )u,ve doas either Saqaaaea 1 wA/or 2 of 8>8 
or D-13. 

00 15 58 k3 C Rocer, «a hs7a. we have &»e Seqaaaee 1 of 8-8 aai D-13. 



00 15 58 ^►9 CC Bocer. Bo yoo haw .ly .com to rmgortl 
00 15 56 52 C iie'r« puttlae ti«« o« th. mo« c«k«. wd 

de««i't MM «art&lac too li^ortpftt. 

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StiBiliy oa yow W trwwiittw «t tbl« «L«». 

00 1£ 12 20 CC ««Ui.5, ««Uii.5, thl. i. Hourto. CAP con, o«r. 

00 16 12 28 CC S.idiii-5, «^iil-5, tarlBg yo«r OHF ^. 5hi. !• »>«to« 

CAP OOM; hriag jow tSP. 
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3»ar AOB to the FuIm tto^, iA*aM. 
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00161306 CC Roevr. 

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00 16 13 38 oc a«iiii-5, Wom%^ CAP coil, do you rMd? 

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00 16 13 45 CSC KicCT. Pi^ 7t»» AOB KnMr to Mm, iCM 3Lm 

Ttimagw A*Ut*id« to TOUB, «|4 OAS Atl^tHte Rnm- OB. 

Do yov eojorf 



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00 l£ ll» n OC Oe«lBl-5, *!» you xw^ to cojj ej^srtaestsT 

00 16 14 15 c nogtr, ao on. 

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CaMa U^ing at 01, 06:^:00, aoA sftvlM, iftll 
P«M ywi Bor* teta orwr tte CSQ, vhleh tea aa aeqoiaitlon 
tim of 01, 06:1»6:21. So yoo eagrr 

00l6l^5^^ C 3agf ^aia tha ae^iUlUoB tlM. 01, 06:li6 ... 

00 16 0^ 58 CC 01, 06:W:21. 

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00 16 15 07 CC Bocer. 01 days 06 boon k6 atiurtaa 21 —caaaa, 
00 1^ 15 15 c Bosar. 

00 16 15 19 OC Aad 70B oatt powr dom your UHF o& tlie 1^. ite«ll give 

yoa a call 1^ tka CSQ. 
00 16 15 25 C So^r. 

00 16 20 53 CC eaidai-5, OaiBlal-5, mamUm CXP COM. Ifoult yon toliic 

y«ar mr teek (9, p2aaa«. 
00 16 21 08 C SMtttoa CAP CCM, G««liil-5, OTP la ^p. 

00 16 21 13 CC 0«idi^-5, ttla la beatoii CAP CGM. ¥••« like to glw yott 

a abort brlafinc on vtet ve think your atatu la. Are 
yoa ready? 

00 16 21 21 C Bo0Kr. 



00 l6 21 23 GC We b«li«f« h«ff« a tm^pbaM e«iditl«K la tbt txfjgm 

Xmk mam, Oordo, aai tiutk the jr««naE« vill «oii4wa* to 

i^tfaoQt Je<9p«ar<ltidtag 1M« tai ve fila to is ao pMlmlly 
■ad you vQuLd kMrp as I tfurtd m ttab. 

00 16 21 1(6 C Bocsr, vlll do* 

00 l6 21 50 OC Ibis BOm Mad* «ill flT* you & little MMmat to 

vltb tbmsm for « rhati 

00 16 21 55 C lecn^. 

00 l6 21 5d OC eoald yoa T«xlfy if yow Agmm Oeatrol etrei^t 

toMte is doMdt 
00 l6 22 10 C Bocar, AgWHi Oos^ctl i« eloaed. 
00 l6 22 12 OC All ri|^, tkwde you. 

00 16 22 Oe Q«gtBl-5, Eemstoa C4P COM. If jorar 0MB 8»t« alBsiEigh, 

we^ll flo rtiMitf aad tcss it off and «a*ll vateft it eanf^Oly; 
but if it'a all rii^t you ean 09 ahaad^ and oie it, 

00 l6 22 ^ C <»Mj. 

00 l6 ^ 56 OC #niiKL-5, looatas bnra. Yoa eaa tm your laf 'bninnittar 

off and ve'll be atandiag ^ oTcr tb» ^Q. 

00 16 23 22 CC Q««iBl-5« BewtoA. If you co^ yov emx twm yov XOF 

Wattasitter aad «a<ll talk to yea arwr \hm em - 
Md we're etaadiAg Igy. |o aaed to aekaovledca. 



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Ql ©9^:33. 8«vmM* 208» Ktoh 30 tepm dcm^ 

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05^ load amb9T 09, Viteb ^em 39 Seffrcaa, j»w laft 10 
dagreaa* Spaad la 125* R«ct la delta-l, 9-1 at 16:23:00. 
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Sa^sMMe nribcr la M(2. So 3P«« eeigrT 
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00 20 05 ^ ec Booi^* ftMd fl9r Ssa^Ms. 

00 20 05 32 CC a«alai-5, GKMrvm te^isMa;. iew^a AoiMtt la % Uttla 

aboot J«ek o£ ala^ «i*4 £Ub» a atstoa 
sqpm QB aatii of Toa aet tMa tlaa MiinBi^b^ tMi^ 
Ivwl. Ofar. 

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tz7 to alaap dnzl]^ yoar piossate i^jNy iazlo« tf tov 
ae aa aafe to gsfe 1Mila4 oa tte &ti«aft 

00 20 06 0^ P «e txlaft to tek joa to^ glviae w ■niimi^ to 

00 20 06 09 OC ma la Cuaarrce CJ^^ COM. 1te*^ra -**nitwc mv^rma^ 

00 20 06 16 e Ofeii^. »a^ tMa eaa S-6 at 01, 13:^:^. Ttet*a aoda 

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00 20 06 25 OC Note m^bmr 13, alnetMa. 
00 20 60 28 C (H«]r* MtaatMi. 

00 20 i»9 ^9 OC G«Hiai-?, HoastOB CAP CCM, ItocOd 90a to 

C^U^Kitt Bo* 1 f or lArat 10 Meo^« BMd to 



00 20 ?0 19 CC Oandai.;, mtiil.^, I^is la Boa«ti» €ftP em. Go to 

Cmli^ntt* 1 fiar 10 Meoate. So a*^ to «etemfl49t. 
00 20 90 29 P Becn« 1» Go«Lni-5. 1te*x« xmij ftir oo W T«»t 

00 20 50 3? GC Boo* flM. Ws'll TOO op ovor * 

00 20 90 li6 CC Gai^.;, <MnL.5, Bewtoo CAP cot Xhv «> joa rMdl 

Owe. 

00 20 91 42 CC GmAML'$, fiwrtw1-5* CeoU Toa sitv ttl 10 SMoate on a 

00 20 51 57 OC Qtm^^ (T<i«fni«5, Ktastott CAP CCM. Coold 7M1 e«lltei^ 

oa W^m 1 ftff 10 Moestef pImm. 
00 20 52 02 P k6^'91Z b«t BO muSU>. 

00 20 52 08 p Tmm i» mwtttf ^5 oa e«x Off Sivtad ... 

00 20 ^ 13 CC Bastr. HBXvtttd. fibal& 70a 90 C&Ulis«to So. 1 fbr 

10 Mcaads yCLiMo. 
00 20 ^ 16 P Bo9»r« Ob GaUl»x«t« Id. 1. 
00 20 52 24 CC We sot It. Ttenk yoa. 
00 20 52 32 P Calimto So. 1 off. 
00 20 52 34 GC Soger. «e 0ot it. Plao. Tteok you. 



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00 21 39 28 cc Rog«r. 

00 21 liO 04 P Be advlBcd tha* we're doin§ the H-k nfoeaee kXO aov. 

00 21 1^0 11 CC Roger. 

00 21 Ul 23 P CenMOTFOB, Oeiiini-5. Could you tell if thatOg purge 

^urougtit that Toltage >>eck up eagn 
00 21 hi 29 CC W*'re lotdting at it now, Go«ini. We kad computer problea 

here; we're soiag back to look a* it. We'll advlae you 

later. 

00 21 Ul 3*» P Okay. 

H005K«, mAS 
00 22 lU 03 CC OeBtlal-5, louston CAP COM. Over. 
00 22 ll* 16 CC OeBl«l-5* louetoB CAP QCM, Orer. 

00 22 14 33 CC Se«i«i-5, Oeadttl-5, Houaton CAP COM, If yoM reed thia, 

■gLMom your Mapter C-bwd to COfmOOOB aad be adriaed 
you h«eve a medical dacta paaa oa the Pilot at Canary lalaada. 
Ac^uiaiUott 01, 12:32:4T. 

00 22 1^ 15 CC Qe«lBi-5> Houatoa CAP COM, Orer. 

00 22 16 36 CC Qe^Bi-5, Oe«iai-5, Houatoa CAP COM. If you read, place 

joar Adapter C-baacl to CQNTUSUOIB* 
00 22 l6 47 C Roger, reading you loud aad clear. Over. 

00 22 l6 50 CC Roger, Readiag you five square. Bid you coht ob the C-ba»at 
00 22 l6 54 C Roger. C-band the Adapter to COHTIJIUUIB. 



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00 22 16 5a CC Roe»r. B*4trBt«d. tbrnA you. MaA l»e •dvlsed that th. 

Pilot ha» » wdieal past orwr tt« C«Mori«». Th«t 

your aeqtilaitldB tlm Is 12:32:^7- . 
00 22 17 12 C Roger. 12t32:'»7. 
00 22 17 1? CC Roger, Tbst's todagr. 
00 22 17 2d CC Good aorBiagf Sordo. 
00 22 17 29 C CJood aorKtBg. 
00 22 17 31 CC How're you fe«li»g? 
00 22 17 33 C Tin*. 

00 22 17 37 CC Talk to you •bout ybmb we're goiag to do here with the 

coqputera and the Tuel Cell. 
00 22 17 C Okay ... 

00 22 17 »»7 CC S«KLiii-5, »>uaton here. Would you pat your Fuel CeU 0^ 

Quantity oa pleace. 
00 22 17 ^ C Roger. Will do. 

00 22 17 58 CC Oordo, oa the next pass over the States, what «e waat 

to do 1» hriag up the coaputer aad glye you a DCS load 
for 18-1 asi then take a look at the coi^crter aewyry 
to aake aare we've got the right aaaibers ia there. We're 
a little Mt coBceraed that the last ti«e we had a poor 
teleaetry readout of the auaber*. 

00 22 18 20 C . Okay. 

00 22 18 22 CC Tbea after we're done that and we're satisfied that— What 

we'll do before we bring this coi^ter up is drop some of the 
other things off the line so that the total aaperage is 



aiwut the sane. Then after we've checked the coiqiater 
over one of the next sig&ts you pees OTer, we'll hwe 
you turn off the co«p«ter after your contacts here; and 
then we'll l»nng th«t second eectlon ^aek on the line 
and see boni that works. 
00 22 18 C Cfltsy. 

00 22 18 52 CC we're Ibo tryias to fU^re out sow kind of KEP exercise. 

We've finally gotten a vector on lAat the REP is and we'd 

like to use sow of that Delta V and see if we can't let 

you play sow gaaes with the RBP* 
00 22 19 08 C we're, are you all reading sow fluctuations on the 

coiBOQ control hus down there? 
00 22 19 18 CC Stand ty. 

00 22 19 20 C If the Monitor shows any thruster firing- -We haven't been 

firing any -ttirusters and about every 7 to 10 seconds it'll 
give quite a little Juaip. 

00-22 19 ^ CC les, we're reading the saow thing. 

00 22 19 35 C Okay. 

00 22 20 12 CC Ge«ini-5, louston here. We're not concerned about the 

voltage. It looks okay here on the ground. 
00 22 20 17 C Okay, fine. 

00 22 20 29 CC Hey, Oordo. ©lis is Houston, Pligjit. 
00 22 20 36 CC OeBiai-5, this is Houston Plight. 
00 22 20 39 C ajuston night, Oe«lni-5. 



00 22 20 lis CC fh«t 02 POT i««t y^iy wen. It Iwilt tti. thing ri^ 

^ to yl«Bieh standardt. 
00 22 20 C Ob, vaiT eeod. 

00 22 33 2^ CC S«Ui-5r thi. is Cawary CAP COM. tlft're st-ading V»y for 

Vlood jMSBttra (A the FUflt. 
00 22 3IHO CC, a«^ai-5, Cawry surgeoM. Tow cuff ie fall •cal«. 
00 22 3^ 28 P Ro«^. 1* Iww* "o^^ C-b«n4 track, 
00 22 3^ 31 CC Bogar. BaUd C-tand track. 

00 22 36 CC 0*^-5, wa » ffsod praaaw. ftive M a aark 

idmi yon bagUi axarclaa * 
00 22 35 07 P St«d tyj Kart. 
00 22 35 1^1 C lou got tha tMng oa thara? 
00 22 35 *»7 tSC ... blood jafaaawpe. 
00 22 35 P Okigr, raady for the Islood praeaura. 

00 22 35 51 C Bogar, tfaa ... look* pretty good, It'a beea <i«lta claarlgr. 
00 22 35 5H P R«» » preaawre, PCIf co«t 150. He'ra etilX 

eottxtlBg 19 on Fuel Cell Og. 
00 22 36 13 C Either one of the two ... here, are q«^te good. 
00 22 36 IH CC SeBiBi-5, « h«ve • good Freaaure. Standing ty 

for your water and aleep report. 
00 22 36 2»fr P Bo«»r. Thia ie Oe»ini-5 Pilot. wet«r i* ^ aroimd 5-1/2 

pounds now total and got an hour—an hour and a half worth 

of sleep. I had a little c«tnap ^ust a little i*ile ago. 



00 aa 36 ^9 cc Bog«r, 0«±Bi-5. Ewx7«aii« i» laaMm Spo^ <>» 

tbm ground. w« bare about tuo iBar* ■J.BVtoft of p*»s 

» vc'ye vtudiBs t^r. 
0& 22 36 ^ C I a^ffl't toow if It HIM «»t oM or the o^w om. 
00 22 36 €l C WteU, tfewy 4u»t ^ant o*« jdetor*, doa't tlMart ... 
00 22 38 56 P AH rl^tj the rlrM- ^urt to toe ... 

CMtMiBBKm 

00 23 07 05 CC Oe»iai-5, Canuffron Ci» COH. Brlag up yoar fflff tr«w«Ltter. 
00 23 07 X5 f Ck> aheedf CwmarrxM. e««ial-5 

00 23 07 18 CO Roger, 0«tim-5. I iwwe • briefing for you for yo«r 

stateside pass this oz^it. 

00 23 07 26 P C&ay. Is it experiMts or Just briefing? 

00 23 07 29 CC It's a briefing oo a power ao«a tmA power vtg aad loading 

yoar oo^vWr. I'll eLv« it to ymx aow* Starting at 
QttiQMa vdth an il06 tiM» ef itent 13 bsurs k6 BimiteB, 
tbey vaoi 70a to asstnie an atti^ite of 000 or x60, 
iriiidiever yoa prefer. Tom off taj* CAB line I»eat«f«, 
ioe mA the Bsrison soaae«re and tfae C-bMd adapter 
l>eaooa. Okay, next poiwr 19 tke IBS power, ad tbe 

eoi^ster in Frelasaeh Mode. ficsaa eequdsitlon* whieh 
is abotit two niBUtee after Qvtrmm eoatact, they'll updacte 
yott an ifi-l coag?«ter Jjo&A. groand wants to take a 
look at the loads on T/M, and elM^ it and then Idwy'H 
hare yoo power dom 14ie MB and tte eoap«t«r on a ground 



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CUB. After the JOB tad ec»qp«t«r powMr dovB is etm^SMtm, 
tijcqr wufe jroa to brlas vp tbe Sceoafiaxr eoelnt l£>op 
and plae* tte Piwl Cell Ssetion 2 Pomr Switch OK. 
Otu^f after Seetioa 2 la ob tlM Um, power the JCm 
taA Wariwu. Seaa&era. Hu^ «wt to caaplvte tlitv 'before 
BaxpxLm IDS to lutre a look act tbat Scctlos 2. 
00230911 P 0^. X«t ae aee tf Z 90t all thia. At Qaagnaaa AOS, 

13:li6 ancoxlBatel^, amow a OOO or I80 attitate, taru* 
1^ OJMB baater off, iom off, tlia SeaiOMM off, bring 
ttae 108 oa, tolag the cca gnte r 01^ on srouad c uiinfl aft«r 
reeelTiag a'load power dom, briiic 19 tbe l^oadKry Coolant 
U>Bf, tlM Bo, 2 Paal CeU, brlag tbe JOB back oa tba liw 
and tbe Boriaoa Seamksra. 

Qkagr. thaA poror don at auaTsaa, alao place tbe C-baad 
aiqp!t«r to Coaaand in addition te beatera, MUM mA 
BorisMi Saaaaera. 
got i*. 

GkM^* iaA oa tbe 106 and tbs eoa^atnr power dmai, w«d.t for 
a grooad ne. 
OkajTr lav ... 

00 abend. 

1 vaa ^aat lookiae^^ tba Fll^ man here. Wt'll have to 
eaaeel tbat 1>-6. 
•Ibat'a aeCftrMtlve. 



00 23 10 22 P We'll here to cancel tetb D-6's> tiie T>-^ and Hat 

D-it.. Bo, «e Bi^ltt get the B-4 «Bd. X»-7 at l^:l6 or ao, 
iriMMVer thct 1»» or 3)^:13. 

00 23 10 32 CC Bl^t. Tovr flight advl««d to s^nft t^ IxpufiMSt ct 

13 ^»are ?8 alatrtea. 

00 23 10 40 P Okmf, 

00 23 10 ^ CC Qkey. ^'re schedoled also fcur as B2 V^S^ over thia 

here atatloa at thia tiae* V^uld yoa giTo ae « Mrk 
vhea jrcm atart your Tgmg^* 

00 23 10 ^ P Okagr. Staad by. 

00 23 U 02 P Staad 1^ porglag Ho. 1. Mark. 

00 23 U 06 P Jost & •MtA, I diiSa't get it. 

00 23 11 09 P Stand hgr. Maxt. 

00 23 11 23 P Bo* 1 Sectioa ready to purge. Coq^.ete. Stand hy* 

mak. K>. 2 start. 
00 23 U 30 OC Boger. 
00 23 U ^ C ffo. 2 eo^ete but . . . 
00 23 U %3 OC Sogtr* 

00 23 12 00 CC Olcaar. iar# papUg look* good cm the grasaiA, G«aiBi. 
00231203 C 00 «9 h«n. 

00 23 12 20 oe 9mXaX, CanMorroa. Do yoa hacre «ggr eoaaeaita oa the proea^teure 

for -Uw atatealde paaa tm, tiila pcnmr op and pomcr domat 
00 23 12 30 P BMdb'a a ag atl iPe. U>6k» pMttgr eWaii^t-^srvard. 
00 23 12^ CC Rogar. 

00 23 Ifc Ifi CC QtmUsL, thia la Carwvoa atattOi^ by. 



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attitude to ba 000. 


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sfoelcb setting on joxee Wff and EF, and record tbe tlaM 










tbat ytm cbange tbe sqtumk settings, if rou ehange tbea. 


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Okaar. %at VM Jost a ve sent iip* We're trying to 
get a readout oa the load la tbe coHpoter aon, and then 
««*re colng to send xsp another one and read It out. 
Okiqr. 

Ifturt are yoor squelch settings, Pete? 

UHF squelch setting Is Just a little hit between OFF and 
1. Vbj, are ve good or had? 
You're okay. 

Okagr. Got the DCS light again. 
Okajr. That vas the load coning up. 
Roger. 

lov I want to read it out again, and then we'll hare 
you powered down in Just a second. 
Okagr. 

Qefflini-^, Houston hex^. You can turn your coi^uter power 
OFF, and then turn your IGS Power OFT. And when you get 
that done, you can turn the Secondary Coolant Loop OB and 
cone on with the Section 2 Fuel Cell power. Your load was 
a good load ther«, Qeaini-^. 
00 23 3^ 00 P Roger, Houston, stand "by for bring In Section 2 Power on. 

We've got the 108 shut off, we're over in ACME, the computer 
is powered down, aaA we're bringing the No. 2 Fuel Cell on 
the line. 
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00 23 54 2% cc T«y soQd. 

00 23 5*26 P '••^i^ • llttl. Icr,,, I thiiA It wm probmy 

tCiw a «itll«. 

AU rltfrt, w« want to look «t it ao* ycm go on orer 
B«»d% aad let yoa knov tev It's out. 

Ok^. BwOmxt a Coolttt POQ* i« oa. 
00 23 54 42 CC Okv, vxy itood. Wh«t «Pe your «iidiage ortK««^, P*tet 
00 23 54 » p j.ii ,1V. » ttfi-^p., I 

«ot notlmr DCS llabt-the nadlag lA app. «r» 5, 
IB !• Oovt 4.6, IC is about 5.5, eeeood call is 
dow a nttla bit; it's «adlag 3.0, 3.0, 3.5. 
00 23 55 18 cc Okv, TWT fiood. 

Oa 23 55 20 P ae «aia bu. looks like about ll-Va o. fc. 1 aad abort 

7.9 ott Wo. 2. 

00 23 55 29 cc oksar. Co«ia you give u. your a^ia bu. yoltsg^ also, 

plaasa? 

00 23 55 48 p Roi^. ^ ^^^^^ ^V-Va, Squib 1 and Squib 2 

are aboot 26, controls about 25.8. 

00 23 56 06 cc All right. H«^e you tumad your iioe aaffiori«,a scat. 

back oB, 6«Klai-5? 

00 23 56 21 P J«»t brought the .c«a«r b*A on and we hare the 

ACW conr«t«r on, iom bias powr pri«^ and we'r. m 
the Pulse Hade. 



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00 23 56 58 CC Okay, Y«ry good. 

00 23 56 58 CX; Gemini-5, the Fuel Cell 2 la Just a little bit cold, and 

ve expect that as sooa as it wans op that it should 
eoKe up aad start taking its share of the load. 

00 23 57 07 P 'Bxat's what I figure. Yes, it looks good; stack 

voltages are higher, stack voltages are the sane as 
SO. 1 and it's beginning to pick it up; now it's i^p 
to 8.0. 

00 23 57 19 CC Okay, very good. 

00 23 57 37 P Probably aeaas they can save soae weight and raK>ve the 

heaters . 

00 23 57 1*0 CC Yes, looks that way, doesn't it? I didn't realize that 

you were a he&ter test pilot. 
00 23 57 i*7 P I didn't either yesterday. 

00 23 57 54 CC We sore got lot of fuel cell experts on the ground here 

this K>mlBg, Fete. 
00 23 57 59 P I'll bet you do: 

00 23 58 O^f CC Ibey had to put bars on the windows to keep th«» out. 
00 23 56 13 CC 0«aini-5# Houston Flight. 
00 23 58 15 P Good Boming. 

00 23 58 17 CC ' Qood Morning. 1^ morning headlines say jovat flight may 

splash down in the Pacific on the sixth orbit. 

00 23 58 25 P Sorry to diaaiipoint thea. I just told Gtordo a few ninutee 

ago we'd just passed a oilestotM; we only bad 7 aore days 
to go. 



00 23 58 37 CC Bog. 

oa 23 58 1*0 CC Pet«, ttafey've ©>t « clock doira hmre that givee you the 

tlae to end the HiwlM uti it's wrt niBBiag rl^t Bov, 
Init yesterdaar it e«i4 1^ hotcra. 
00 23 58 55 CC Tour wlTes also mad» tte froat thia aomiBg. Tery 

good plctorea, and they look Tery pretty. 
00 23 59 07 P Roger. Did you tell thea ve're doiag fine and teU the 

doctors ne're drlnklBg lots ot ««ter? Bat neither one 
of US has heen too hungry. Vt hcve had tvo wals, but 
we hanrea't eateh all of thea. 
00 23 59 27 CC Hov Kuch waiter hcve yon drudt, Pete? I've got notes 

here froM Seal, that's Klliot, that s^ your last 
dridi vas at 01:0^, 01:0^. 
00 23 59 P I've alwst had 6 pounds, and Oordo has had about 

6-0/2 pounds; nd ve're being pretty generous with Idie 
gulps. 

00 23 59 50 OC Okaar, you've had 6 and Gordo's had 6-1/2. 

00 23 59 P That's 09od waabers. 

01 00 00 oe CC Pete, Qeidni-S, this is the Surgeon. 
jOl 00 00 07 F Go ahead. 

01 00 00 09 CC Pete, this is Jack. Biis 6 pounds and 6-V2 - are you 

doing this all irith gulps or do you use the water bag 
at all! 

01 00 00 21 p Except whact we put in the food. 



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wid 'then's oottxlog ftrotskd to Mke it on* 


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void do you reaa on baxd. dus auu najLa BatpBi 


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Okay. Msla bus Is reading 10.5 &nd oaln bus curreat is 










— oops, let Be check It. 


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Main bus voltage Ko. 1 Is 27. 3. Main bus current Ro. 1 










is 10.^. Main bus current 2 is 8. 


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Q«Hlnl-5f Flight advises if jovl canikot do kZO, you 

should do seqaeaee hOl,^, 

Hoger. 

Caaaxy, Q«KLni-5. Be advised that the ... vlll try & 

kOlk. 

Bofn*, copy kOlk. 

CJRURfOir 
Sello, CamarvoB. OeKi&i-5 here. 
eeaiBi-5, Carnarvon. Boeer, go ahead. 
Vould you take our D-4 d&ta at this tiae; ve are doing 
iilO alpha. 
Roger. 

Our statue is 00. 

Roger, you are 00 on the groimd. 

Carnarvon, 0«aini-5. Tou getting anything on the D-U 
on the ground? I don't see anything on the gage up here. 
Say again about gage read. 

Roger. I 99jt you getting any of our D-k on the 
*groBBdT I don't shov any readings up here on the gage. 
We see teleactry Imt ve haven't been a^e to lock on 
as yet; it's very noisy. 
Okay. 

C/RIARVOS 

OeKLni, Camasrvon. We've got about a odnute to LOS. 
Standing 1^, 



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xott're looKiQg Bigavy pretty aown xaere^ Guaymas. 


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Tou*re lo<^ing mi^ty pretty down there. fte*re dix«etly 










oTcziiead. 


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it sounds iijce you wojce up. 


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Vfe've been awake quite aidille. 


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Did you bear us when we called Pete on that positloo? 


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I don't kiv>w whether I did or not. 


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Okay, we Just wondered irtiether you stirred, idiether or at 










we woke you up. 


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plot ... on eyerythlBg. 



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rij^t dovB MTOBB Meocioo. 








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•q<alnl»5y QMilDi-5; Bouston ber#. Sov do 70U readt 


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Bagesr. ye 're hatyii^ a little trovfblc piokiiig i;^ your 










I}-4/d«7 altf&als oa tlM nouAd. sad ve'd lUce to check 










out the "D-k/D-J tretuad.tter ob the path acxoaa the States 










here. 80 we'd lihe to hacre you pot the power avltch (Mt 










iSajB JR avltch OK^ aad the traasBitter aviteh OS. 


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Ve vould like to have you Just leaire thni on until after 










von eonleted the D-6 over Bemuda and thn turn then off 










i^an yon oonlete the 


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OkiOr, vexy good, Eare you had to break any of thoae little 










hlue bage yet? 


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Oki9-> bov about ZJOE? H«V9 you had say on jovx tle-do«iT 
lb, a»« opt -that we could detaet. 
CMr^ -wmrj lood. Bov'i evaxTthlBg alaa golagT 
nratty cood. 
Tez7 good. 

If «e ean iMrasite Kiadley, I've got the 1>lg leoa la here, 
a^ it's really faataitic. 
^ What did you saj, Pete? 
I eaid I*^ got the Mg lans ia here, and I eaa mc thxoui^ 
it aoMthing faataatie. If I could Just fiwl tiHa poist 
with it. 

01 01 26 26 CC How are you doing with the traokiag on thstt Is it prct^ 

eaqr or pretty difficult? 
01 01 26 33 P Bo, we 4uat started. I ^ust got it all put together. 
01 01 26 37 CC (Aay* Vte've got another persoa hare irtto would liJke to talk 

to yoB for a eouple of KlButes. 
01 01 26 CC qen1n1 pj this is Suxigsott. Ck>rdo, tell me about this slaep 

story here for a 8eo»d. Vc*re hacriag trouble trying to get 

straii^ on the growd what both of you hocre done witii sleep. 

As we figure it f fob your reports so far, it appears tbct you 

baye had zeu^ily 2 hours a^ec; Is that affim or have you 

had nore than that? 
01 01 27 09 C Slat's about ri|^t. Niqrbe a little bit of a catnap in 

addition to that. 



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01 01 27 15 OC Oordo, i&ck smm to bothmriiig the deept Are 700 

bcriag trovble If the otter giqr is trenaKittlBg? Does 
tM« see* to Ite tetberUg the sleep? 

01 01 27 23 C TU^it plau banren't beea erruged where otte gmr ccold 

sleep* It's 1»eeB vfaere hoth of oe )xa:re been hnrlag to 
do torn of ttose ta^cs. 

01 01 27 33 Okiqr, 'Uten let's cheek the food parts, aaother area that 

«e see» to hanrc trouble gettlag strai^t records here. 
Pete said on the last paas that you hare had at least 
parts of tw> seals, aad I take It that's aeal A aad aeal 
B froB the flx^ dagr. 9ov is that all you hare eaten 
todior? 

01 01 27 59 C that's affixaatire. 

01 01 28 01 CC <ft«tr# ftae« One other qoestloa ve ovfffxt to get soae 

aosvere oa. Are you using the exerciser for any other 
tUmm thaa orer the Medical I^ta passesT Are you using 
it Just for general exercise? 

01 01 2d 16 C Ve didn't hare tlae yet. 

01 01 28 IB OC Okagr. 

01 01 28 21 CC Gee, I thcmght you were Just ]x>tfing up there. All this 

confort tiae to do nothing. 
01 OL 28 26 C Fete has to keep paqplng the foot generator pretty hard. 
01 01 28 32 CC ve should have one aboard. 
01 01 28 35 CC 8caini-5» this is Houston here. 



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^•jTj food lock OB your S-^. 


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Suulk jovu 


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Roger, aad g«w1n1 j, ve'll h«re a clMck oov. 


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Vhat is It tkueiy Just said? 


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U.Te Tol.ee solfie out ob the netvorit. 


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Hov does tbe veethex* look over the States rls^t nov? 


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It's pret^ shiny* 


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Say again. 


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Vhere did you pass? 


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Caaa rigirt over Houston Just BoaeBtarlly ago* 


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Z get it BOW. 


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I'll tell you one thing we noticed, it looks like our oxygen 



pressitrtt Mgr h«r« gone hack up ^ust a little* 
01 01 30 5l> (X C^V* Itad it boldiDg for a long tiae. We'v* M a 

eoiq^ ot extra FOI cooats oov, so ve're all set. 



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lal«B4. 8ee if yon can aae an airfield. 



01 01 3^^ X'^ C . Q^, Tsa. I ga»»m tbose an dark clouds tliere. 
OLfO. 3kX9 P I COMv «• pMscd it. 

01 01 3^ 21 C I dM't 'tliiak so. Ro, ngtit ob -tiM. We should be on 

It ri^xt Bov, 

01 01 3^ 26 P T««« It should he rl^ uader ns. 

01 01 3^ 53 C I csBr't BM aoorthlag out joxssr vlBdov . . . 

01 01 3^ 3© P 

01 01 3^^ 39 C ... rl^bt mder us. ... rl^rt on It, ri^t on our jm 

trade, thmf. 

01 01 3^^ 4$ C Ssgr, I hsliere It was mS»T torn of those clouds back 

tlMre. 

01 01 3^ 50 P I'll tell jott what; vhen ve hit the coast of Africa, I'll 

tzy and est a picture. 
01 01 3"^ 59 P BO Jojr. 

01 01 35 OS C Ikm't fttlt just jret. We ale^t be— 

01 01 35 P X«i, I lOKw ... 

01 01 35 28 C Toa still have that BCS heater oar 

01 01 35 31 P Tc at^ on. 

01 01 35 1»0 C tfeU, they're aatoMtie, «rea*t they? 
01 01 35 ^ P Wo, Oh, ym* 

01 01 35 ^7 e I hare tbe safety eufoff on It ... 

01 01 35 50 P Tea, veU ... 

010135 57 C ihere's soae pretty clouds. 

01 01 3^ 0>^ e SVt I d«i*t need amrthin« with it. 1 eot eaou^^ buss 

I cw held onto for tracking. 



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^■■Jal»5, flMtiJd.-5y viMB tds here eoKBtLet*4 yoor 






oqpgpiMirty jnva ew fot your power Bviteb to OVF, your IK 






ddtcb to OVP tmA jovx tntnnlttor to QVP ob jsor H^k/^-f 


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Rocnr, r««d titat. 


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(SUcr* flood. 


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BogBT, Mawntwd. 


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I d<Hi»t tMflk «e oaght to t«ll . . . 


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cm, this is all rlgbt ... 


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Te« oo^it to tsU thmm that— 


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Ba adviss4^ Soxistony thct we're leanrlng our RCS heaters OS 






Bftd tlugr^re fXaetsatiBg Wtweea A ai^ B. Ifiey seaa to 






reqBire heaters all the tiva. 


01 01 37 39 


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Bottstott. Bof«r. 


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Irastm was just out f roai under th«t deck of clouds . . . 








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Tes. 


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I dida*t evm see it aa& we Just practically slid clear 






past it. 


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Z stsrted hating baek up the eoastliae bow. 


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Oee, you eas really see the cauewiqr today real Bice - the 



- the pad. 



CONFIDENTIAL '^iJs 



01 00. 39 21 V « T^m* Tm torta^ to tora -feb B«eord. 



(a QlL i« ^5 (SC; fiMOad-^, VtidB is Canaqr CAP COM. I hterm aatkdag for 

«fe t&L* tiM. «o «r« 9t«adlt« 
03. OL il2 ^ C awirt>1«5, ' 

01 01 43 57 CC 9tg|jLfli*5y tMa it CiMBry CIP OQM. Ton vlll b«ye a Mdicia d 

dati^ ptM oc tb« FUot «t CanMrvon tlils tiM. Vfe vouLd 
lilw to ^er« you issurt the tcBaporsture probo a^ixoxiMtoly 
3 MBwtM Wfore CamcrnA acqt^sltioe, Canuarroa viU 
bent a^al«Ltiott at l4 taours alantea. 
tttich «««a boura? 

Cmuxf, aay i^aia acq. tiae Ih hoars 42 siiuites. 
l!bat*a asgstivs. Stud 

Oeadmi*?, that tiae toT Cmuonon. aeqcdsitioa abould Iw 
afproociiMtaly l6 hours 17 vLmrtas. 
Bo^ar, 16:17* 
tbat's affirwEtiTo, 
KOK} 

Miai-^, this is Eoustoa. 
(IiMitti-5^ Cawiai-?, tiiia is Souattm hera. Ov«r. 
Bocer, thia is Ocadni-^. 

Boc», 1 have a Fli^t Plan tqpdate for yon. Are 70a ready 
to eoj^t 

Qo «^ad vbeaerer you vaat. 



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CONnOENTiAL w ^ 



€^ 0^ yo 33 cc Okigr. tte «attt you to tM, I mt » rcdar tc«t, radar 

^ tMt. fte Um Is QI:17:0'^:33> I siv the tiae agala, 
«a:17t0^t33« S«qii«M« mmtimr i» 08, se^oeocc i* 06.' 
nt^ SI denmt, piteb 37 denm, yw 30 ri^, yaw 70 ri^t, 
radaar to Stttdbgr at 16:50:00, that's raiar to Btaadtgr at 
l6:^Kie. Badar to OK at 17:00:00. Over. 



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01 01 


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And G€aciBi<-5f this Is Houston agala. Be advised that the 










pitch aod yaw angles correspond to the 01:17:0^:33 tiae. 


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Bogcr. Standing "by for your blood pressure, Oeaini>5. 


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We hare a good blood pressure. Standing by for.ybur 










szarelae oa your vark. 


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Roger, mark* 


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• Obsarre your blood pressure cuff coaing up. I need a liti 



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sun 31da*t %Bit* gat full aetl* OMiai. 
«B'll lat It 09 a* tbat. StaoSb^ for CilF 0(». 
IQp to ftiJL scale now. 

Q«adJd.-5« GanuzTon CAP CON. Va vaat to sake a Og liQXsa and 
an |Ntr9» durli% tbia station f«M on saertlon 2. ifa will 
obaaanra tfaa eaaa Itaaa again, tMs tiaa as ve did last on the 
O2; thKt is, if we ha:re a Delt« P «hai%e decrease in Poel 
Cell Q2 I%««B«3re ve'U stop the F>3^ iHsadiatcly. Va'll 
ita»a^ for your nrti idken yoo're reattjr to ptarge yonr 02* 



OX OB 


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Koger, yoti wam %o purge y2 xuaaa ana iqrarogen doui. 










don't TOO? 


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Ciait'a itffirBKtlve on section 2. 


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Soger, starting tagrdrogen purge on section 2 nov. 


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V«3r down. 


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Roga±. 


01 oe 


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CiTenrlns oxygen inzrge. 


01 oe 


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Boger. 


01 02 


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Gesinl-5» Carnarvon, what we're trying to do now is set 










op tlte regular purge cycle, 6 hours on each purge cycle. 










6 hours on each section, hut ve're going to strike over 










secttMMt 1 mi 2 at three -hour intervals. 


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oa 02 22 5^ CG Soger. 

01 02 23 00 CC BvcTT^iiag locia real eocd oa thie ground. I vouXd like 

that OB^oatri . . . paropellaat readout. 
CO. oe 23 08 P Do y&vL vast paropellast qoanti^ 
01 OS 23 U CC Roger. 
01 oe 23 02 ? T^. 
01 oe 23 1? CC ABd the jsesaore. 
01 02 23 20 C Preeaure Is 250 . . . 
01 02 23 27 CC Bear asalB, QmmlnX-^, 
01 02 23 29 C 

01 02 23 3^ CC Boger, wmA the teaperature. 

01 02 23 3^ P me gage la 2250. 

01 02 23^ C Qkagr^ thst's 2250 laatead of 26. 

01 02 23 ^ cq Worn •bovX teoperature. 

01 OS 23 ^ P ill rl^lt, temperature. 

01 02 S3 5^ CC Baor teipercture. 

01 02 23 56 C R«>0ar> ^ degrees P. 

01 02 23 ^ ^CC Boger, \)9 adrlsed that the Control Ceoter haa vorked up 

a BBF «x;pexlBeDt, ao ve'll go on aa ve plaoMd. Qtey are 
pi anal ng tte hum o^er tine Statea this rev to hrlag dovn 
the enersT. Shis viU be done iMsed on the tive and thm 
leeal horlaon for attitude and the Houston CAP OOff vlll 
imterciVb iiim Eg over Canton. 

ca oe 21^ 30 C l^gwr, uderstud. 



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kaov. ... ai^ for the adapter. 


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All rl^t nov, bold it oa you for 2 aiaatea. 


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for yott* Bsa4y to eofgrt 


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las^ star. Do you ooipgrT 


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01 02 k9 k9 C 8«w ... if OB th* radar «s «wll«r. Both raagc and 

jranga-rate booBced from atop to atop a eoopljs of tlaaa 
attd thM nttXad don oa sato. 



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Ottagnua CAP COM ataadtag by. 

folia, awiyaa. 6esiiid-5 bare. 
lOV JOB dolBst 

Wa^re ... atctaa Is 0X991^ I tkiak «a got ao«a good D-4 
asd B-1 OB the aooa tid.a laat paaa. And «a*T« baea 
tticlBg all tba gaar dsva aov. Va fpt tovar pictures of 
the 900B vlth each Bsgartna - 12 ^etnraa. 
01 02 55 42 CC Tou aigr 70U got four pietaras of tba noon and what else? 
01 02 ^9 1^5 P ua got foar pictures of the aooa vith eaeh waga?!lne. 

12 pictures total. 
01 02 55 51 CC Qkaer, X gat t&at. 

01 02 55 55 P Md ve'ra eoistlaaallj had these R(S heater lights cods ob, 

so ve've Just turned RC8 heatera oa and left thea ob. 



01 02 


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Boger. 




01 02 


56 


27 


CC 


QasiBi-5i 


gealBi-^, this Is Eoastoa. 


01 02 


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Ge^Bl-5» 


9eBlni-5> HoturtoB. 


OL 02 


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6e«lBi-5, 


SeBdBi>5> Bouston. 


01 02 


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aeaiBl-5f 


6c«iBi-5» HoustoB. 


01 02 


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CC 


OeKiBl-5» 


Houston here. 


01 02 


58 


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p 


Bello^ BotnttoB. 6e«lBl-5 eoadsg on El Paso. 



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Ql Ge 5d 37 CC Boccr. S«ar# i^wn 70a sakft ttXLa puw aeroas th« caps 

vlth ttat ft«dar Teat, ira'd Ilka to here you power dova 
yovx tooriaoft aaanoera and ^rlitc ycmr cQ«{p«t«r 19 in the 

01 02 ^ 5^ P Okay, SSMWtoa. Put yo«r radar to QV aad ve'll bring -tba 

... Torn the aeamera off aad.va'U. telac -tiia eai^uter 
«p «itb ite Caiteb'itp Hada. 
01 oe 59 02 CC ^O0ar. Jmd. il jov. h«re msr PtoDIbb vitb Delta F llghta, 

ve vast jpoa to tora the eonpister back off agaiB, of coarse. 
01 oe ^ 08 P Bofar. Ocngwter is oa - would Uka to hriae the NDIU on. 
01 02 59 CC MUy wt^ra txyifig to kaerp the powar dom here. Fete, and 

the oa3^ raaaoa ve*ra Inriasiiv the eo^pstar 19 ie we caa't 
cet the dAta oat of the radar oaleaa we got the eoatpotcr up. 
oaugr, ve Jvwt passed Kl paao latamatioaal ... 

Bq7» it' a It paret^ day out ttere; you ctt really aea well. 
QeKlai-5> thia is Sooaton. 
So itead, lowtta. 

Vbgr dos't you go ahral aed power the HDSO thn? It* a 
only a qoartar of aa aa!p Md «Mgrha you read aoawthlag out 
Oft th* rafti^ and raage rate. 
<a 00 2i6 P Roser, we got a eoag^esr light oa going to the Cateh-up 

Mode. 

01 03 00 50 CC Okay. 



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01 03 01 26 P Ifellf V* ■^Mmi. B&wtoa a coiQiLe of eee«idB ago< . 

01 03 01 30 CC Sti ymt M« as «sref 

01 03 01 32 r ...tk«t¥a7. 

03 01 35 CC Okif-. 

01 03 00. to CC 0Mtlai-5> .did you the DMed Stcdioi idMa yoa vest 

01 03 01 ^ P Ton eoold ^wt OalTMiw Bagrj ar« mam doads 

ia M 9mA we'r« aarth of you. 

01 03 01 91 00 Ok^, 

01 03 Ol^ 07 P ntAtx loek-oB. 

01 03 Oi» U CC Vez7 good, v«ry good. 

01 03 Oil 15 P Bogr, b«pe you go, radar lo^-on 2l»8.66 ailea. 

(a. 03 0>l 20 CC T«XT good. 

01 03 Oil 27 P ... loekiag ri^ dowt tbmn at 222.48 as «• go by tta« 

C«va. 

61 03 Oil 33 OC BiaiA 70a. 

01 03 d 4l CC Bo yoa t&lfik yoa eaa aaka a latdom oa that? 

01 03 0^ 44 P Tott bat * aot oaly l^t, bat I vlah va hada*t had the 

other jrti^almm, baeaaaa I thlak va*d ham e««^t the BBP. 

01 03 04 52 CC Yea. 

01 03 04 56 p Tea, «e 4aat veat bj the Cape^ 166.92. 

01 03 04 59 CC Regar. 

01 03 05 10 P doaeat tqfgromeh is l64 Mlea. 



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hvra 'vatt eontlAte tlittb LUKdo IMWS Oft the Bext 9US 0Sd 










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DoB^t forget the good old eatm^s bow vhaa you*ra floa^ii 










around. 


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01 03 


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QtmLai.'^, BoostoB here. Eare thrusters laeaa saklng 



anoHg^ Boiae to keep you awake? 



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01 03 08 oe P lb, ^ tbiag that rMlly nakfts the aost aolM, that 

I vaa mrtibt aad Cksrdo vas ri^. Is the H-1 lxp«riH»at. 
It keeps cllcklBg avi^ ■errily. 

00. 03 08 12 CC <*, it wices a lot of noise, hah? 

01 03 08 U P Yes, e»eJ7 tlM it cycles, the TalTes really "kafunk". 
01 03 08 I19 CC eealBl-S, the Plight Directors suggest that if you 

start llkli« the M-1 MQr^ It will put you to sUep. 
00. 03 08 56 P I like it! I like it! 
Oa -03 09 03 OC Hdt that mnciil 

01 03 51 50 CC G«ii«i-5, Carnarvon CAP COM. 
01 03 52 11 CC OeBiai-5, Carnarvon CAP COH. 
01 03 ^ 17 P Carnarvon, aearini-5. 

01 03 52 19 CC R<«er. I have sone TLk and CIA i^pdates lAen you're 

prepared to copy* 
(XL 03 52 26 P We're reaOy. 
01 03 52 37 CC Update only tl» PLA'e. 
01 03 52 *iO P Rea4y to eosj. 

01 03 52 H CC Area 20'4, 01 dsy 21 hours ik ainotes hO seconds, 8 plus 38, 

15 plus 09. Roll left 51. Boll right 69. hank angles 
Blv^ are roll left 51, roll right 69- Area 21-4, 1 day, 
22:48:28, 8 plus 19, 15 pin* 39. Area 22-3, second day, 
00 hours 09 sinutes 13 seoonds, 09 plus 29, 15 plus 28. 
Area 23-3, second dsy, <a hours 43 niaates 32 secojtfs, 

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t ^ljm 3Sf Ih plus 5S. ilmi 2^-3> seeoaft d«gr^ 03 boor* 
17 MnsfcsB ao •eco»i«, 8 pLos 1?, 1^ pins Do you eoiTf 
To« MStieaad that iMt OflBC ««§ 02:03 :17Y 20 sccoiidsl 
fbsb last one, xofSKtp vm 03 itours 17 almKtAS 20 McoBds. 
R^nF. I «3fsr. Ov«r. 
tmdorstttd u agreed? 
Ri^tr fra« tbe gr&tad. 

CamirTQa. The areas 22-3 and 23-3 bave urgiaal 
weather TOBAltlons. iOl the others> weather eoaditiooa are 
good, 

Boger. imderstaad area 22-3 «ui 23-3 have Mrglnal weather. 
Boger. 

Qmirtl-% «e hare aothing else. JUst staodlag l^r. 

Boger, 0«ilBl-5 ••• 

Did 70U tura yotir ACiS off 7 

Ue hare co^^etely Ve'» ^uet drLftl&g. 

Bogar. 

Oeaiai, Flight advises that they hare do great coacem 

orer power at this point. 

Roger. 

letter ootttrol here. 

Ve heacrd soMthing about loCkiog <m. with the radar over 
the Ca^. Have aior stncess with it? 
tea, sir; woriied very veil. 



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page 11*9 



01 Oi^ ll» CC liBa<<^Hua. 

01 (A 04 23 P ¥•'» real tuQior with tbe fuel cells; ve think that the 

sltcHctlott 1« Tery etmtJM, Coolant loopa ara voridng okay 
iB bofe B«etl<»s. itnpMr to ha ia Texy «ood shtgpe. 

01 Oli^ Ol^ CC Bogar. 

01 Oi^ Ol» 36 P Tb the point where «a thiidc we eaa do aoat aiaythlBg ve 

wast to at this ■oaaat, 
01 0l» 0i» Ho. CC Sotffida good. 

HAHAII 

01 OU 16 99 CC GmmLai.'^, Havaii CAP CON. 
01 Ot» 19 P Qo ahead, Hftvaii, Oeaial-?. 

01 OU 19 07 CC Roger, I've got a Plight Plaa update for you TAisa you're 

. ready to eofy. 
01 Ol* 19 12 P Soger trtMB you vaat. 
01 Ol» 19 18 P Bogar, gp ahead. 

01 Olt 19 21 CC Bofer, S-7 first day O^iOk-M. Seqaeace 03, Comand Pilot 

only,' felloved ianedisteiy vl'& a C^, fhat*s a aequei^ Ok, 
01 04 19 1*9 P Bogtr, ttofa S-7, 01:20:04:43, CooMaad Pilot only, sequence 

03, lanediately foUoved by a 04. 
01 04 20 01 CC Boger, also a S-8/D^13. Plrrt day 18:34:38, seqa^e 03, 

pit<^ do«ft 30 degrees, 3^ rLf^ 37 degnes. 
01 04 20 29 P tawar, 01:18:34:38, aequeiice 03 for a S-8/l)-13, pitch do«a 

30, yaw right 37- 

01 04 20 41 (X Boger, ve hare a nap t^date on the first day at 19:36:48, 

under r— a r ks it's 128.I degrees Sast on rev 19. 



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01 Oifr 21 06 CC Roger, you start your ekart at the saae ttmm. It's rie^t 

sscMWiett 2 b;>urs ^ba 12 ttiBstas. 
01 (A 21 U3 P Beser, asecasifitt 2 lioiirs plus 12 mlnatea. 

01 Ot^ 2X 21 CC Roe«r» *e advised you ha»e a WSr-6 crrmr the States. 
01 (A a 27 P Bo^ar, QBT-^ oTer the States. 

01 0>» 26 37 P OMff* ^« "TOlce t^ Is on and the tiae Is l8:26:iK). The 

jttotoaeter is Installed. Lst's see, ... 26:kO on daor 1* 
Aototteter Is installed is iine windov and calibrate 
position, looking at the dark hole . . . vindov calibration. 

01 OH 27 17 P Okay, now. 

01 0^ 27 25 P I OB reMDTlne the photowter froa the window. Of course, 

I'll have the stin in ftrs^er location and aark XiM start. 

01 0«t 27 ^9 C 

01 o^t 27 51 P 

01 Ol» 28 ^ P vSee that gage aoYlng fl^ all, Oordo? 

01 OH 2S 06 C Tea. ... peg to peg. 

01 0^ 26 20 F Worn how aliout it? 

01 0^ 26 22 C Bo, "^at didn't aove. 

01 0l» 28 29 P Haj, by golly, I'll do it one aore tlae. 

<a 0^ 28 3^ P And tlie tiae at the end of that one was 18:88:^^. I'b 

coaaaaclng another one at ld;29:00— 

01 Oiit 26 n P Mark- 

01 O^k 29 09 P low hov is it? 

01 OJ^ 29 1? C All rl^t. It's okay so far. 

01 0^ 29 17 P la it readlBg soae nmber? 



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01 (A 29 10 C T«». 
01 <A 29 25 P 

01 Ol» 29 57 P Mu^ tbc end at 18:29:^5* 

cRugnfis 

01 0** 29 >fr9 CG Ocmial-5, Ooaj««i CiP (XM. 
01 Ott 29 57 P 00 ib»«4# Owijwta, 0««l>l-5. 
01 OU 30 01 CC Ho* «• 70B doiac up there? 
01 0»^ 30 02 P Boioc fla«. 

01 <A 30 08 CC Ok^, «*re lookUag pretty good liere. we'll be eteodiiig 

Ijgr fbr jom. 
01 Oi^ 30 U P thaalc jrou. 

01 0** 30 13 c Ctoor, theak you. 

01 Oi^ 30 17 C Whet do ne b»re to do thie steteelde pe>e» aow? 
01 OJ* 30 27 P C»c«y, «e hwre to do tltls vielott teet at 3** here. So get 

ia position n^t ttow, beeeaee we erea't too far froa it. 
01 0^ 30 51 . C Okaar, I'« ia ■ode one. 

01 0^^ 30 56 P 3^^:38, c*^, pitch aow 30, yair rlghct 3^, yew right 37- 
01 0*1 31 05 c cfltigr. 

01 0»^ 31 1^ P 1^ 2, 3, ^» 

01 <A 31 22 P Vtm, I dott't think we're ever going to eee it. took at 

tbe clouds. 
01 Ok 31 25 C Tea. 
01 0^ 31 27 C wen, let's see. 
01 0>t 31 3*» P Holler st 3^:38. 

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01 64 31 37 a Gim, 32 Bov. 

01^ 3X H F ^t^, «u that Eoocto&t Wc tare should see it. 
01 <A 31 ^ C 
01 Oli^ 32 15 

01 Olt» 32 25 P Hbtt* tlMT 

01 04 32 27 C 33 - slwst. 

01 04 32 37 c Oolas t9 yw slli^tly rle^t asv. 

01 <A 32 53 P ttillwp «t 34. 

01 04 33 1? C 34 ia 20 pMonda. 

01 04 33 17 P Te», I . . . 

01 04 33 20 C !«■. 

01 04 33 22 P It' 8 going to . . . 

01 04 33 25 C T«8, I's afraid It'a eolag to b«. 

01 04 33 29 P Baeorder's on, coaiag oa 34. And I don't believe m're 

going to ■«« tbe site. I^a^e ... 
01 04 34 01 C 34:20. Mli^t l>e lacky. 

01 04 34 29 C Hken's the lig^t bow rlg^t cUnm th«re. there they are. 
01 04 34 39 C Woff thoac are cloud«, by goUy. Biere'a the tip of the 

li^t dova to lead ia to it. 
01 04 35 03 C !■■ afi^d they vera rig^t th«ne under tlait lig^, because 

there'a the torn. 
01 04 35 10 P ... pretty here ... 
01 04 ^ 22 c See the airfield ri|^t there. 

01 04 35 23 p Okay«^ oia^, get tbtt Boae farther, lov, you're roUlag ae 

out of the pietore; I can't see it. Roll rl^t. 

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01 Ol» 35 3T P 



ca o»» 35 C T««- 

Ca C* 35 P ... ^ •drfleW h«r». 

01 Ol» 35 ^ C Warn yott»r« conlae xeevaA to it. 

01 0^ 35 51 P 

01 0^^ 35 53 C Tea, bat I thU* it ««• fe«:k ia tiwre untor the doude 

... ftlrfleld. WMtt't itT 

01 0»» 35 56 P , 

01 0*» 36 03 C S««, it '8 back in uader «iat silver doud. There. 

01 Oi» 36 07 P Houstcm, OeBiBi-5* 
01 Ol» 36 10 CC Oo ahead. 

01 OV 36 12 P Yes, «e seeMed to hxrm Biased it. We caa aae Corpus 

all rl^ht aad onr yair angles veren^t too good that yea gwe 
us ao that the airfield there «t Laredo passed wider our 
noae, b«t we'd already got by th«i by the tine we picked 
airfield. 

01 Ol* 36 28 CC Okay, you i#ere supposed to be quite a vays north of the 

tMng there, I^te, aad it waaa't the best pasa. It was 
tbm best pass we had tod«gr> 

01 Ol» 36 39 P 

01 Oit 36 CC 8^, I would like som infonwition fro« your Tisioa test. 

Ce« you tell me what your scores were? You kaow, the 
inside tha spacecraft vision test. 

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01 OJi 36 52 P Oh, vclX^ they're ctortd la ^ vision testor, we took 

tiiMi ]r«»t«rdigr a&d l*d iucn to grt the* out for you. 
Mat a* to gvt thes out? 

01 04^ 37 00 CC BO, It't not necesMry rigbt mv. I'll tell you lAat, 

froB Bov « we'd nice to get ta/^ oa tlw sleep ^rde that 
ve've got la the Tlif^ ELaa and «e reaUy vast you to 
set to sleep now. 

01 Od^ 37 17 C Tes, M ho^ logged a Uttlc oe the laat aigbt side. 
01 Ot^ 37 22 CC agaia. 

01 oH 37 23 . F We hoth gpt eoms 00. the last aight side. 
01 Ol^ 37 26 CC Ohagr, vezy good. 

01 Ol» 37 37 CC Let Be aek you a qoestloa. Did yon pick aay good 

aoquisitioB aide for that Laredo thingt 
«e have louetoa la si^t domi there, clearly. 
Lovd Md clear. 



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S«e it rl|^t here. 

NorgaB's PolBt, there, coaiag la doim there. 
Yes. 

Q€ainl-5> Boaston here agaia. We'd like a ewaary of your 
experiaraits vhlch you've accoopliBhed and where you think 
ve stand. We'd like to hare you prep a re thie and give It 
to us at eoBe later tlBe. 
01 04 38 ^ P Here, I can give it to him ri^t now. 



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sxA "Um MeoaA AsoUo LmdwUck. Ife alsecd tb* D-5 At 

^n^^ wa^^v ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^F^^^^^™^^ ^ ^ ^^^^ ^ 


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itad V* got tte D-^i seqimce ^11 aud 412, Ve deleted 
the «t 01:12:10. 


01 0>» llO 01 


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Ve deleted tfae D-6 saqnease 13^^ 


01 O^^ i»0 06 


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01 oi» to 16 


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did not do tile 420, bvt ve did get the UlOA 



and the got the D-1 sequeace 01 aad the D-h eeqaence 

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Bo0«ry yoB gpt S-6 »e%MBce I aiss«d th« first. 


01 ok 


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X«»y 7e« m & laargt rtoxm at <a:17;12:00 to jfaotogr^ph 










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on ok 


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Vo, tiiat imM A B'6 ... tfa* S-7 is * cloud top; ve hcrca't 










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Tes^ X mit-tpeOne mrself . ve have it listed here as a D^, 








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•1^ 2 Hattt to 99IJ li'6* Caa yott gp througb the first part 










of jowe tbiag aeain^ B-Bt 


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Yes, ve deleted the first D-Vz>-7 at Hawaii. We gpt 1^ 










two 8-6 se^ieace 8*s at 01^07:46:26 and 01i09:22:'»9. We 










did Bot get the Apollo 208 the first tlae. we got the DBF 


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we did not set the Apollo 208 the first tioM. 



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Pa«e 157 



Ga (A 1^ 01 CC Olti^, I «ot that p«rt of It, Pe1». How about tbe 

9-8/D-13 «t l406:20? 
Ol^Oh k& €6 P Str asalft. 

01 Ot^ ^ 3^ F S9f «cala, Boastoa. SiQr «8«in, BooetoD. 

01 0>K 1|2 20 C I ttaiak JBU Xsct thw. 

03. Oi» to 20 CC bov itevt S-6^S-13 at l:06:20t 

01 Oil' ^ 36 F Obi, tbt nsion test. 

01 0^ i»2 37 CC Xe». 

GL(^ k2 ^ F nwt wMi la the FXisbt Plaat 

01 Ol» to I»0 OC Tw. Aet«allr, ve adted It to the Flli^ Plan rl^ thera, 

Itota; it w«Mi*t IB tha srLnted 71i#it Flan. I siMsa t^tum 
oa p^bay^ thtt vlalaa tasta that yoa did oatboird, areB*t 
thiigrT 

01 Ot» 1*3 01 P 5S»«t^a affli»atiTa. 1*a*T« Juat dooa one of thoaa. And I 

aleo did the photoaater vladov acas for tlie firat dajr. 
I ^vat did tltat Wore the Laredo paas Juat now. 

01 0^^ ^3 U OC did tha jiiotdaetar wi^bv aoan, rog. 

01 OH^ 43 Ij^ F Taa, ^ fixvt dagr viadov aeaa. 

01 Ott^ l»3 15 CC <»agr. 

01 O't' ^3 17 P How for ihotogra^faj, Wva taken «ax>ttt 85 5-5 "d 8-6 

piattsaa. 

01 Oi^ ^3 30 CC Ton aaar yoa hare tahw ehout 85 S-5 «ad is that right? 

01 0i^ %3 36 F tbmk'B e^lm. 

01 OU i»3 1^ P BosatoB, QaBiiii-5i do you readT 



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01 Oi» 1^3 1^ CC Boser^ J*m rvedliig yon agida. Ve b«d I0S there. 

(XL O^i ^3 ^ T Okigr* Ijb^ w uke » avgcMtiobf wUl yoa please be earefuL 

sad s^bI ttsM -Uiinge (9 to us ia eequeBtlel order. 1(e 
ffst * little fottled Th«t*8 vby we nleeed oae or two 
of tbea. 

01 Oi» Mt- ^ CC Bog«r, X tblBk vliat lugppeaed Is tkat tiiosc iMt ones there 

etm M sort of replertinte for earlier ones. 
01 Ol^ 4^ 0^ P (Mcegr. 

QlOk k3 06 CC But I'll tell then to get the* squared away ia Bequential 

ovder, Fete. 

01 0)» 45 11 P 7eZ7 aeod; ve're alidiae rlf^t dovn tbe eoaat of South iaeriea. 

Lo^a jBcmttj alee o«t there. 
01 Ol^ i»5 17 CC eloadie aow there7 

.01 0l» 45 20 P lea, %Ktte a fev hig tbuiderat^aa. 

<Xl (A k3 26 OC tMerstuii we sot a great big thaaderatoxm la AntigBa rl^t 

now. 

Qli.Okk%^ P I thUik ««' re already by that ... 
01 Ol» i>5 38 CC Tea. 

OL 0>)^ %9 P V* 9Dt a fdeture of it, tbough. X did take a pictare of 

that big tlnauterrtora over Aatigoa. 

01 0»* It5 53 CC catagr. 

Ql <^ k3 36 P iftM^ is it? 

01 li5 5$ C lai^ t^r^— ... 



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01 6^ ^ (XT Bay, did 9^tt pi<^ anjr gpo^ lanaaariu Mcr Laredo that 

Kl^t help Toa sequir* it 1b the aaxt conpla of dagrsl 

01 0^ 46 09 P Omtc's a Us lake o«t th«r*. Ve got to get tfae lake ^re 

Bi|^t*d Kltb the Laredo Air Fiald. 

GL Ok k6 ^ CC Qkaar* One that yoa vl^t sort of keep la alBd the 

mxt tlaa go Iqr there and look at itj there's soae 
roads iMdlog out to those thls^s that jroa're si^pposed to 
look at tiiwre and there's so»e cotteem that you mLg^t 
■tlst^ road for the panels, so If you see that the 
road le alsleadiag, give us a call and we'll see if ve 
cca't^^t the thlitg fixed up so that it doesn't look like 
the panels. 

O^tty. 1/xk.B like they h^ about as gpod a weather as ve 
could e:qpect there* 
Qkagr. 

lAiicb wasn't very good. 
Tou^re on picture 30-irtxat? 
31. 

Well, we couldn't hare rtm into 27, 26— 
OeKUd.-^, we'd like to hc<re you delete the aero-sed pass 
over Cacnarrohj we'll pick it up over Hawaii. 
I tocdc those going across ?lorlda and— 

Okty^, understand. Delete the aero-Bed pass over Carnarvon and 
pick it Bp act Hawaii. 



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<^ <Sk ^( 11 CC Soger. 

01 Olf »»7 15 ? OiEirf 

01 Ot^ 1*7 17 C ^ 

01 0** i^7 l8 P Six. So* 



01 Ol^ l^7 21 CC And your paflwoy O2 pem^me* ^""^l \at%> 

le«^ it rii^t in Jbito ttifr*r 
01 0^ 1*7 26 P Okjy. 
01 Oi* U7 29 P TiTO • • • 

01 01* i^7 3^ C All n^, I Jast Mf«ped off six series froa Florid*. 
01 OU 1*7 36 P wait a .iaate. Let grt this ti», sad I'U com bsck 

to 3R>«- 

01 .04 kj kl C Okay. 

01 OU U7 U P l8;M»:00. Okay, U. S. pass. 

01 ^1 C PriMirily, from Florida on down through the Carihbean to 

Antiguau 

01 04 U8 34 P • • • 

01 04 48 36 C Okay. 
01 04 48 41 P 

01 04 48 46 C Well, I'U teU you that litUe nap I had on that last 

ni^t side really helped. 
01 04 48 51 P Tes, do you want to get the cral>-top speo. "book out? I 

guess that you can read up on that. 
01 04 48 56 P ... looks like ... 

01 04 49 00 P lou've gsyt that at 01:20:04:43. I'm supposed to to 

sleep ri^t now ... 



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01 OU i^9 22 P I'« going to try rlgjit now. Okay. One rev ... 

Son of a gtuif get In ttwre. 

i. 

Oi 04 50 10 P Okny, th«t'6 stowed. Unless southing remarkable cobcs 

along Xi]» a— 

01 0>* 50 27 C Aboirt tha next thing ... coas along is they'll "be wanting- 

to inxrge the fual cells. 

01 0^ 50 32 P 

01 0J» 50 36 C I STQjpose that would vaka you even if I tried purging 

tStim. 

01 0*» 50 39 P I don't thLi^ you can reach thaa fron there. 
01 04 50 ^ C I kind of douht it. 

01 OU 50 P Okay, 16 jm ctaera set. . . . you get a Md pass coming up. 

Yon got the tulb} here's the exerciser. 
01 oH 50 53 C Oh, Pete's keen. 
01 Ol^ 50 58 C I do Sfipareeiate it. 

01 04 51 07 P Boy, are you going to look crusty in 8 daysi He, he, he. 
01 04 51 12 C Tou don*t, ha ha, you don't, ha, ha, look so red hot keen 

your self 1 

01 oi» 51 17 P <^f 

01 Ol* 51 27 C Ha, ha, ho, you Just put— 

01 OiK'Jl 38 C ttperlMUt S-7, C53x>ad Top SpectK»eter. 

01 05 27 30 CC Oe«rin1-5y Carnarvon CAP C<»I. 
01 05 27 to P Qo abMd, Camtrvon, (lMni-5> 

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01 05 27 »I3 CC Rog»r, -we'd like a p«ri» on the fuel cell sectioa 1, 

the attd ^ ^» Exttrelsli^ ^ umte preemiti^ on 

the Qg. 

01 05 27 5V P Ali rieJit, yott went a parse ott aectioB 1, 0^ 02- 

01052803 P Roger, Btaod hy ooe. 

01 05 28 05 CC Boger. 

OL 28 26 P CroBSOTer** ott, 

Ca 05 28 ^ CC Roger. 

OH 05 28 31 P ParH^ H2 atarting. 

ca 05 28 35 CC Roger. 

01 05 28 U8 P Rog^, «e had a f ael cell Delta P lig^ section 1, 

01 05 28 31 CC Roger, we copied. 

01 05 9 P joa ready for the o^qrgan pvrgcT 

01 05 29 16 CC Bogwr, BP "IM*^ 

01 05 29 ll C Roger, oxnm purge etarUag now. 

01 05 ^ 26 CC V got a Delta P ll«^t. 

01 05 29 31 Ce St^ tbe pmce. 

01 05 29 33 C Roger, weWe stopped. 

01 30 01 C CaraiffTcm, tSxL* is QeaiBi-5. 

01 05 30 03 CC 90 tfMad. 

01 30 0^^ C I didn't hacre the crosecwer oa; I woke up out of a sound 

sleep to do tbe cell. Let*s %tj it again. I didn't have 
the croasorer open. 



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wl'fch 'the eroBBorer opbb asd 'thMi 8Botiutr Uli'tle sonlrt ot 








oxTsm "to tbe r^ulaton correctly, because I didn't 








do It to Iqrdrogea with IdM crossover open eitber. 


01 OS 


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okay. BtM?^intf fanrdnuMft i^m^ 


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X got 10 Mf^ads of cacygeii nov to set the regulator. 








Stsrtiag tfae oxgrgen parge aov. 


01 05 33 


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OesdBi-S, roger. After oar LOS viU 70a piece yotxr t/K 








svlt^ to stcodby one. 


01 05 33 


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... pori^ is finished sad exDssorer is off. 


01 05 33 


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Roger, v^ild 70s please jrour Plagrtack Sviteh to recycle 



to the nSET position. 



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HAHm 

01 05 ii9 28 GC Oadnl-?^ Qmlal-^, is Houston. 

oa 05 50 *»7 CC QmAML-h tiiia i» BeHWtoa l»r». Ovt. 

Gl 05 3Xlh GC OmiIbL*5> 0«iial-5# tUs is B^nston Iwrtt. Ov«r. 

OX 05 53 £3 CC - Hot! si X Os«1nl-5> this is Eeostoa h«rc. 

OX 05 53 29 C Oo i^Md, tkU is dwUnl -S. 

03. 05 53 53 CC BofSTf a—lnl^5» fionstoa hmre. Ifr v*re txTlag to gat Ton 

esrlKr. X J«wt vMt to eh«ck out tte iaio«Xlae Toiee loqp. 
How ve'vo tslma c^m of tbe sltestloft. 

01 05 53 C oawy. 

01 05 53 H OC Rofisr. Bsv do you tmA w tteooi^ tit* l&eenBsT 
Ca 05 53 ^ CC this Is Eawsii. 

<n. Q5 53 59 C Boflur, B«nU, eeidai-5. 

01 05 53 5S CC Bovur. «e b«f« your tiip Mstare . Stoiding l>3r for your 

blood pewsure* 
OX 05 53 55 C (AMQr> s«nrl«g bloc^ jrvssurs now. 

01 5^ 10 CC 6ealai-5^ tMs is Eavaii Snrssott* Tour caff is full seals. 
01 54 Jt^ CC iMt tars « cood blood pressure, ^ts ae « maxt you 

besla your exereiss. 
OX 5^ 5X C B<«er» startlag exercise now. 
OX 05 55 29 C itedii^ eaesreise now, sea4iBg blood' poressore bow. 
01 05 55 33 OC Eoser. 
Ql 33 kO GC Cuff is full scale. 



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01 0? 5€ 13 QC Real flM lOood pr«»«a« tltst tlae. StttdiBg ligr for snotor 

««fe«r «tti alccp report. 

oa 05 96 SO C Okwgr* Cte MoiBtfc. Ba#»T oa tbm ««t«r. Cn— Mt Pilot h«i 

dnttk i otaee ever 7 peonds «d thit Filo^ bM drtaali not 
9sSM % 1 Moaee orar 6 jonarla* 

60. 05 ^ 0$ ItoteTvtMihi, 1 oufte« jacw 7 for CcMmd Fllcyt, I ounce plus 

6 p^mi» tor FLlot. lE»r iiboo^ sleep reportT 

01 05 57 12 C Boflnr^ tte Pilot hm "b^m asleep hcra oa Mid off. fis's 

■stttB a eo«tpl« at vuH IU9* X think. I bad atout 

^ HlJMztaB of alaep oa 'Qt* ... prarioua nl^t tlaa. %e 
Pilot's 1^-1 <»iffs qpe«r to b«re qtiit voxUi«. We ca& 
i»mt tlw UitlB bottle still •crtwitiBs %ut appareatly the 
eitffs are bo loaear actwating. 

01 05 57 Wi^ CC Bo0Br« mule I tt awl Pilot^s K-l cuff a are aetoatiac Isut not 



03. ^ 57 ^ C lbce*s afrizwi:Uve. 

OL 05 57 52 OC Shaak jaVf Qiaial -5f EaMd.i SorceM o«t. 

01 ©5 55 C Bocer. 

01 06 00 e VuAr mUX lt^ ^iSOiGk, Kxperlaetit vill startl&fl in 

3 Blai^. 

01 06 OS. ^ C Larv* MM <tf emilo «lxe4 vith eixrua cLoods above. Quite 

ba«|r svlrl in thai, sad I a tricing ttea fix«t photogr^ 

at cn^toe^jo. 

01 06 Oe 19 G XfiS Mte at 18. 



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fWC rA 


fl 

w 


Loeits tifc* i^rfyfcy oood fishing vesper dova there. 


01 


06 od 27 


oc 


S«ar a^idft. 




06 06 28 

W fc-^* 


c 


loeks 1U» Ki^xtj SQod fiebliv westher dovn there. 


00. 


06 o@ 31 


cc 


Bcally l)e«atifiLL; lonm'-t hAd ivf^ of a ohaace to do any 


01 


06 06 36 


c 


jtat fsnwd ri^t ombcaA; looks rMl eood. 


01 


06 €8 


cc 


ve^ftt kttl soas hMstlfvl wtts^hsr slBce vs'ye he«tt here. 
Tm 9tv^ to COM do«a sbI give it s txy. 


01 


06 09 ©5 


c 


TsSf X A li]E0 thas* 


. 01 


06 10 IS 


cc 


Qiialtil J, fisKitti-'^f loostoB here* 


01 


06 10 23 


c 


geKastca, CsKlnl -5. 


GL 


06 10 26 


cc 


Htt«e yota eeiqlisM tlwt 8-7 aaqpsrianBt? 


01 


06 10 28 


c 


If^lzmtive. 


01 


06 10 29 


cc 


(Buy. X'vs 8Pt a eoaipls ^aestloos hare ob «b«t yoa'Te 



•BoesgajU^sd cttlier. 1^4 like to )me« if yo« did the 

JSt^tPC ftcrr^ tb«t we think 70a had scheduled for 
01:06:totO&. I also ktpre e qusatiMi on tvo D-6 ezperlaeBts. 
Otts ves s«9sosed to hsnre he» done «t <a:X^;33:C0. 'Bie other 
ves s^edaled for a(kti£;56:2^. He'd, jost like to kaov 
lAketter ymi did these <»■ not. 
01 06 11 11 C ^Ws Imreft't d»t the CAltt li^xtioc 8«rr^* Just e Hiaiite, 

. «» fl^ tbe log %«ek ofi 
01 0€ U l£ OG titeigr* I'M ABt evea sure that ve get thst ■sssege to' 70a, 



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01 06 11 35 C 2be &-6 vs tried, the target vas obscared try tiw clouds. 

01 06 11 3S CC (SUqr. Uact tlae wm t^^ Qordo? 

01 06 U la C 33:00 ««4Mc« 053. 

01 06 11 i»5 CC Okif-, bew dKmt the one at 01:16:56:24? 

01061158 C ... £e^e^ bere. 

0106 12 00 CC Ckay. 

01 06 12 25 G ... tbs& vas the oae 70a deljgred it. 

01 06 12 28 ^ Gkt^, 90 ite didn't do tiuit oat either. Oki^, ve're ^uat 

txylBg to set equared aMiqr exaetljr what you had done. 

coAsxAL saansT tssmc 

01 07 11 )t4 CC 6eaii)i-5» C8Q CJ^ COC. 

01 07 11 M C 60 ahead, C8Q CAP CQig Geid.ni-5. 

01 07 11 51 (X Rosar. He here you GO on the gronad and we'd like to 

eet a geovaA readout of your crjpo^mie qmntities. Would 
70a 00 to jrour avitch poeitloa, plaaaer 

01 07 11 58 C dcagr, tor* will. Vk'll 00 ....0oii« thro^ thm now. 

01 07 12 59 CC Qw1n1 '5, C6Q has a Flight Plan tqpdate. Are yoix ready to 

01 07 13 03 C Roger. 90 ahead. 

01 07 13 02» CC Boser. M9C-1 tiM 1 daor, 21:52:00. Seqvenee 02. End tlae 

1 d«or, 22:M»:00. CaMn lighting 1 day, 23:00:00. Booster 
ijl u nl na tion eheck. tiae 1 day, 23:32:00. Tbe laat two. 
iteoa only if it does not interrupt the Pilot's sleep. 
Do you copy? 



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oa. or x4 06 c Ro«^, X ... 

01 07 14 12 CC C8Q )»• K>tblas ftortlMr; WM sta&dUg lay. 
0107 14 16 C cauf, turn, thipk 79%. 

ca 07 29 06 CC Miii-Sr ianMiii cip <xm. 

OL or 29 11 C ill ri^ct^ Wmmli* a«iiBi-5* 

01 07 S9 13 OC Bo^nr. ¥e'v« got year drta fro« the grotai. We're 

cojgrlaf jeur t«pe doq^ 
01 07 29 18 C &>0aar. 

(a 07 9& 05 CC 6««lBi-$» Inmll CAP OM. We're Btandlag 
01 07 30 10 C Roger. SrexythlBg'B 90 19 bere. 
01 07 30 13 CC Bo0^. 

OOfinflB 

01 07 38 53 CC 6eKLBi-5, e«enus CAP OOI. 

ca 07 38 ?9 C Roger, ^lapMe, tbls i« 

01 07 ^ 01 CC Oi^« bov ax« jou dolag wp tberet 

01 07 39 03 C ReflEer, BitfWy f iae. 

01 07 39 04 (Xf dugr^ TW'xe lookiBg reel good b»e 00 the ground. We'd 

like 70« to t«r& tbe ECS Oa Ie«ter avltcii to th* GIT 
position. 

01 07 39 U C Roger, XCS 0^ Heater to OiT. 



01 07 39 13 OC 
01 07 39 16 C It*e OBP. 
(». 07 ^ 18 CC All ri^. 



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01 07 99 25 CC Jif yott an squared aaragb; do jroo need anything ait allT 
01 07 39 29 C 10, I 4»*t *«Li*Te bo. I b«li«y« I'm In pratty good 



01 07 39 33 CC cawy. 

01 or 39 3l» C Vkuit you. 

COASTAL tSnSCI ^SSBBBC 
01 08 ]|4 26 CC MUl-5, G8Q CAP COM. 

01 08 ^ F 900A wmU^, C9Q CAP COM. OaKllil-? bare. 

01 08 CC ' Itecwf, a««lai-5, CSQ. Too' re achadulad for a Fuel Call 

SactiOB 2 Purse over titla aita. that's 13 Becoads oa 

Qydr^ett, 2 aincttes oxyi^. 
01 OB 44 55 F Rcear. 

01 08 U4 58 P ... Ckfld.KL-5 is 00. Tbe Coaauod Pilot has coneaced his 

6-hour sla^ period. 
01 q6 45 05 CC Sigr agaia the last. 

01 08 45 07 P Boger» tbe Coaaand Pilot haa cooaeiiced his -sleep period. 

01 08 45 U CC Boger, copy. 

OL 08 U5 19 P Gaaln1-5 oa Sydrogen Purge. 

01 08 45 21 P Muk. 

01 08 45 36 * P Kydroc^a Hvge complete. Geaial-S Og Pox^. 

01 06 45 45 C . mA, 

01 08 47 50 C CTQ, Sa«lnl-5. Fuel Cell O2 Par®B eoBQplete and bo trouble. 

01 08 47 56 CC Jtocar^ eoBr. Wa vovOd like the condition of your M-1 

Experlmst eqaipaeat. 



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Ql 08 W 03 P Gkv* I «s* runaii^I •gaift ... the prohl«». Hlth the 

«3CteMioa to the BUit„ the— the spool oB the Bio-Ked plug 
had e<w» looBc end «e r»p«Lr«d it and It's oper«tlag agaiB. 

01 08 W 17 CC Ro^a-, oo»y. Alao like the momA of dA/D-7 tape used. 

Ca. Od W 23 P soger* wait one. 

oa. 06 ^ P Ife 31 idMtes ttd la BecoBda. 

01 06 W CC Cosy. 

01 08 W JtT CC ... like to know your loteBtiona oa the sleep cycle. They'd 

like yoa to nee the Dtwiatal ... D-13 and li-9 ftiperUwBta. 

01 06 1»9 02 P B« aft^iMd that the Pilot slept the ahort rest period fully 

•ad th«t tbe rn—aal PiX^ is coseaeed his 6 hours aleep 
perisd oft aehedtae. 

01 q8 1*9 15 CC Roger, eojQr. 

01 08 i»9 itB CC OeadBi-5, ©BQ haa nothiag further. We're aboq* one Biaate 

to XdS and ne're staadiag hy. 
01 08 49 55 P <le«iai-5 wads you. 
01 08 50 50 CC 6e«iBi-5, CSft. 
01 08 50 53 P 00 aiiead. 

01 08 50 5^^ CC Roger. loo hacre a critical tajw Hmg over Hawaii and adirise 

your lii^tlBg experiMeat should he perfoiwed heads up. 
01 08 51<a. P Roger. 

HAWAH 

01 09 03 ^ CC 0€«iBi-5, this is Hawaii. 

01 09 03 35 P H»LLo, Kwaii, Gendni-S. Qo ahead. 



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01 09 03 37 CC 



Boeer. I « trackiag p«M update vhmi you're ready 

01 09 03 hi T Jtoeer, w«it one. 
01 09 03 59 CO Ko»er. 

01 09 Oi^ 06 CC Qe«li^-5, tbi» i» Iwall. M«j? update 2:00:05 59 degrees 

01 09 OU 30 P Eoge*. laderetaad upetete 02:00:05, 59 degrees East, 
01 09 Oit aa CC Soier. Stm u»d«te, 2tOO:05, 2 hours U «la«te« liO second.. 

So jan Gtoggrt 

01 09 0^^ 56 P St«r OeidO:05, 2 houre h »itttiteB ^0 seceiwiB. 
01 09 03 CC Rogtr. 

01 09 05 06 p Did y<» 6»* ^ki* ^'■p ^^•y' 

01 05 09 CC Ihat'e s3fftr»atlTe. 

01 09 06 30 CC 6«B±ttl-5, is Hawaii. We're standing by. 

01 09 06 3t P Roger, 0«Bini-5 is Oreen up here. 
01 09 06 37 CC Ro«er. 

01 09 06 ^5 P One tlilag, Hwaii, it looks like our hydrogen pressure is 

IralldlBg up. It ' 6 ... the peiot of fanning or getting close 
to it. Can you check on that? 

01 09 06 56 CC Roger, G««inl-5. 

01 09 07 32 CC Oe«ini-5, can you get »e a readout? We hold 275 pounds. 
01 09 Of kO P Oki^. I read vp here that ay tuantity is 95^ ^ pressure 

is 630. 

01 09 07 55 CC Roger, 630, 85lt. 



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01 09 


08 


12 


P 


Ibe pwcwatage va« 9^* 


01 09 


08 


20 


P 


Ud you (K>pgr; KavallT 


01 09" 


08 


23 


CC 


6eKLai-5# this is Hawaii, say agaia. 


01 09 


08 


25 


P 


I said -Qw %«a&tl^ vas 99^* 


M no 


w 




wv 


T^QtrfcT' Tfcfc^ji Mil t_nit^ 


01 09 


08 




CC 


Qeid.ai-5f eae 70^ get m a Cabin Llfj^t Surrey? 


Ql 09 


08 


53 


CC 


Disr^ard, OMiBi-5* 


01 09 


08 


56 


P 


(Sa^,. I'M itt the procvsa of doing it ao«» 


01 09 


08 


58 


CC 


Bogar. 


01 09 


09 


12 


CC 


€«alai-5/ tbat izvsBure boildtqp looks like a^boot 



HOSE KKT VICSSt 

01 09 2^ 3^ CC G«Bisi-3, BK7 CAP COM. We have nothing for you this pass. 

1^*11 l>e standing \fj if you need us. 
01 09 2U 1^1 P Boger, BE7. Oeal&i-5 here. Be •dvised that we're going to 

lOtip tlia etruster Illtad.natioa Check. The Pilot is eating, 

^e QammA Pilot is sleepisg. 
01 09 24 i»9 CC Roger, fMerstand.. 

GQiSIKL aORStl QgSSS^ 
01 10 20 36 CC CSk <^ tbe grqsnd, v* hacve Bothing for you this pass. 

Standing hy. 



01 10 


20 


59 


P 


CSQ^ G«Biai-5* 


Roger. 


01 10 


21 


09 


P 


C8^ MLni-5. 


Our stataa is C^raen 


01 10 


21 


13 


CC 


CSQ copy. 





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01 10 36 08 F QoiJB^ to BcnclxoB Scan liE>dtt ct 1:hivti3M, and tb» tlse Is 

00:37:30, 2aA d«gr. Tbt Wa^toa Sew Mo^ is chstterlBg 
nd ve'n terlBg dagrl^BS with » high sua. We here sone 
jrct-^ large 'b^ttld^ our rif^t, and I suspect th« 
horlssa scttyMr . . . 'Out tiw ie 08 df^" 01 boura 10 alnutaa 
10 weouSm, O^erriig mm vary larce tfaaaid«rstozm and 
li^ti^oC fXaal^ aad — 



01 10 39 <XL 


cc 


OmiaL'5, ftmnS± CAP COK. 


01 10 39 0# 


p 


do iheadj Sawaii. OeHlBl'5 


01 10 39 08 


cc 


Soger, QmlsL-^. All stvUm arc Oreaa. V*<d like you 
to CTCla year Quaatilgr Bead Svitcb ttd give ns readouts. 


01 10 39 1^ 


p 


Oka?-. We^re Sreea up here. 


01 10 39 19 


cc 


Soger. 


01 10 39 23 


p 


Cau^, K» 02 is 98)t and that's readlag 770. 


Olio ^ 37 


cc 


ROgMT. 


01 10 39 to 


p 


Foel Cell O2 is 9H( aad that's hasgliig rli^t in there at 60. 


01 10 39 *»7 


cc 


Roger. 


(H Id 39 91 


p 


Aad tir^!Ogn ie $6, and it reads 65O. 


01 10 39 59 


cc 


Soger, laderstaad. Oordo still sleeping? 


01 10 to 05 


p 


fie ^nst voke tqp. 


01 10 to 08 


cc 


Vju alUuig our oongratolaticHis, He Jtat passed bis old recoil. 


01 10 to 15 


p 


Great vlBds voxk in the ssms cir<ile. I have a note here in 



the Pll|^ Plan to raaiad hia eo^vbulationa. 



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oa 10 to 23 


cc 


•»t «wM«d to b* tdJEiag, P»U. We*ll yoa toaerrov. 


02 ID M» 33 


- F 




01 10 to 


CC 


iw^iX hwrm a raF tgrp* 6 oT«r tlt» BE?. 


09. 10 ^ IT 


CC 


lfe>i liS» -feo r«il»d you itet you'll ett your ^leek sptetes 






tte mj aMo, la actios to ^baX, Q9P tgrp* 6. 


01 10 ^1 2k 


p 


Itogar. MMTStattd 6 «Bd v^ivtoe over 








01 10 jil 30 


CC 




GX 10 i»3 09 


c 




01 10 43 12 


CC 




03. 10 ky xk 


p 


Ida* ha^, SlMM. 


oa 10 ^3 26 


cc 


ROSHEV X'U. glT* 3rcm a tlM httefc ^3:20. Stand Xxy. 






X*li clTe yon obs at 43t30* Or do yon ««t it at as araB 








01 10 i»^3 28 


p 


<HYa aia as av«i alBsita* 


01 10 ^3 29 


oc 


Bogiff, Z*ll giva it to j«tt oa MirOO. 


d 10 ^3 ^ 


cc 


Oil III X niiiiiH Bo you raadT 


01 10 1»3 5^ 


p 


do abaaA* 


/Yi m its Kf 
UUL iJJ ^3 7T 




ni Tiw '^9 1 
S«^H iv* ^* 


Ql 10 1|4 00 


cc 








it088 SHOT VICTGB 


01 10 ^8 20 


cc 


Oaaitti^?^ OesLai-?/ -ma ia BIf CJff OQM. Ovar. 


01 10 $6 2k 


p 


Va dip COM, OaalBi-?. Toa ara eoaiBg ia vei^. 


01 10 58 29 


oc 





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10 56 


36 


CfC 


OoBlBlj Qeid.iii-5, this is BXV CAP COM. We hare your 








KjtttaB ao oa thc.gro«md. We hsrc soae nA apd^es for 








JOB. A^ganOadee lAua rea^ir to eoir* 

* 


00. 10 s8 




p 




Ql 10 Sd 

VA^ AA/ 


?j 


cc 


ttila Is BK7 for a sbort c<Kut. 1^ 2, 3,- 








9. 4. ^. 2. 1* Bcm do you rcftdt 


v/X MJ jry 




■B 




m lA 
wA P7 




er 


itotfttr. Jra Ton readsr to eocorl 


AT 10 ^ 
vj* 


lit 




RAadar tA eoMr» 


01 10 «Q 

w* >7 


17 


cc 


^M, S5 Ssltiu 0i|^:09;27, I8 plw S6. 23 ploa 17* BoU Isft 








roll ritfat 69. Atm 26 Delta^ 0l»:44:32i 16 plus ^% 








21 vlas 1^ Roll l«ft 51. roll rli^t 69. Area 27 Delta. 








07«25^05. 13 bIus 38, 18 Tslua 07. Roll left 51, roll 








rl«^ tit* Ana 26-2. 08:58:17. 11 slus 42. I6 ilt» 23. 








Boll l^t x«ll riabt 69. Area 29-^. 10:33:39, 9 plus 








57. 19-alw 27. Irft 51, roll rii^t 69. 


03. U CH 

WW ^Mb 




9 


dUDP. M Area 25 Delta eeaia* 


01 11 OX 




cc 


Bc^BTy An« 25 Selta^ 0^:69:27, 18 plus 56> 23 plus 17* 








Beul «eft 51f roll rlipit 09. 


01 u oe 


08 


p 


Cfkj^. ISlU is 3ai&i-5>«»; «• fot ttam all. 


01 11 oe 


10 


cc 


BoflWi ^ vaatfaer ia 26 mta aad 27 Delta U anrglaal. 








AU otter areas are goocl. 


01 u OS 


21 


p 

• 


Bo««r, al^ 27 delta Morgliial. Over. 


01 u @e 


23 


oc 


f^fft amative. 



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'aiii(»36 cc a«t«t-5, tw. i. HW CAP o(M. i. th« oo-«d puot 



ee^mWMioM *o Gordo for ■urpuslag hi« prerioiw fll^ 
reeorft. 

(0. U Oe 52 P sure Hw« a i»te of It fro« Flitfrt &«ad. 



01 11 oe ^5 OG 

01 11 05 P '^W' GaKt»l-5. 

01 H 03 Jf7 CC t^om^, G«iai-5. i» SIW. 

01 11 03 49 P BW • tlM i w stbe r dow ttere? 

01 n 03 51 cc Well, Wre rocking md rolll««. 

Oil U 03 53 P Ift^ Jf**** PO»i*^ <^ 

01 IX 03 56 CC Ottr lopitlon off UMU We're •* 21 Soirtdj 85. 

0111 0^ 0^^ P Ro««r. 

01 11 0>K>8 00 We're ebottt TOO «lle» off the coast at the present tlae. 

we've ^ ecweoBe ob deck tryiag to find you. 
01 11 0»H5 P Okwr^ hit eimeet wAile ^»eek. There i. no eta shining 

OB the ^eertjreft n#t now, so I aoubt if you caa see it. 

They OJA, si^ they sa» i» one paas over Carnarron, 
01 11 0^ 27 CC Itotftr, we saw you last ai^t. _ 
01 11 Olt ^ P Oh, you didT 
01 U 0l» 30 CC Afflr«»ti¥e. 

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^ U. 12 29 P Tte tim 1« aev 33 aiaHtw 20 ••eoods ob tte smw ai^t. 

Phffto^-^Aiiag vith tiM 2,i6 ■■ c«aera tiie Uc^tnloe flashes. 

X iUo afftde«4 soaw ... Mtaorltes show ob ^ flla. 
01 UL 37 a'l P Q«ttii« tti> wanM on tin* Cf on dsgr 2, OI:37:pe- 

COASTAL S^RRI ^fUEli^ 
Oa. U 55 59 P Q«rtBi-5, C» CJP Odl. 
01 U 5^22 P CSq^ C04f «KlKl-5 Oo ■tead. 

01 U. ^ ^ Ce 8<Ni«r* guriiiT :i tftMOi lim to a^triss yoa tkat Pilot twe 

as i«;«-Md pBM at the IST, «id ae^sltloa tiae RKT 
oe:35:2ft» So you copy^ 

01 11 56 ^ P ea^ agalB tbe tlva pLeoe. 

01115650 CC 02j33:28^ 

01 U 56 58 P OiMT^ 0e:33$26, aeaieal datta pasa on the Pilot. 

01 11 57 (A OC BoV^y W hsra yw GO ob the grood and ve vould like the 

JM Call JuRsa SeetioB 1> tines aoslBal. 
01 U ^7 13 P Bo|9^> von MREt M to porge ovar you. 
01 IL 57 17 ^ ^ 

01 li 57 19 P T»B ««t «• to parse orar yowT 

01 11 57 20 CC 9Mt*8 affinntiTe. 

01 U 57 22 P SeeOoB 1. I» that eorractt 

(XL U 57 2^ CC SaetloB 1« that's affixowtlTC. 

QL 11 57 1^ P oanj; Stana hy far iqrdrogeB imea ob wr tuA, 



«l 11 5T *3 P 



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Oi U 59 P ^«^^iCfi J^ae^c €oapIffte. Going to oocygea pqrgB on 



Oil 11 13 F P«Kfii« oaqriBen. Jteek. 

ROSE nPOT VICTOR 

01 12 33 55 CC OeslBi-5, Q^b1-5, BK? CAP CXW. We a good oral 

01 12 3^ 06 P Roger, m. Stand lif for blood prMBure. 

01 12 3^ GC Bo^. I'd like to ask jo\x hav the fuel call purge is 

c^r bow It vast over G8^ 
01 32 3*H3 P Wwt Jnrt tlm. 

01 12 3^ 1$ GC Rc^ur. SlklerstaBd. 8tandlsg f or yoar blood presaure. 
01 12 3fc 31 ec «ii» is RKF Surgeon. Tour cuff is full scale, 

as ft mnk irtian you begin your exercise. 
01 12 3I1 i»S CC WBf 8urg«Jtt, do you resd? 

0112 3k 5Si P Basi^^ lo«d and clear nt this spot. 
01 12 3$ 08 P 8t«^ bgr for the ^csrelae on my maA, 
01 12 35 12 P tfsriu 
01 12 35 ^5 P dtaat by f or . . . 

01 12 36 00 CC (i m\ MX '3, TOOT blood prassore euff is oov full scale. 
01 12 36 31 CC miM, e«iiBi-5. We hma a good blood pressure ami are 

a t saH n g ^ f«r your food, vatar, and aXecp report. 
0112 3^33 F Roger/... 

01 12 36 55 P ... PUot's total vater Intidca ... 3 ... 



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F«ge 180 



OX 12 


37^ 


CC 


8<^r wet tB«lft> 0<wi1 HI -5» 


01 12 


3T 03 


p 


BogitF. tbe OoMUWd Pilot's total vctar utake 








10 pnWDtfg 3 OBBOM* 


01 12 


37 ©9 


cc 


I TMd 10 fowda 3 oM—aa* 


01 12 


37 12 


p 


Rofar. Iba Pilot 'a wafeat* lataka 9 potatda 7 octteaa. 


01 12 


37 17 




RefB^f 1 xvad 9 paattda 7 ouMaa. 


01 12 


37 28 


p 


Pilot ^aat sta aajjr Mau, J ••• cniesaa aanovieiiaa* 








Ha ate «^ tba ttrowilaa* 


01 12 


37 ^ 


cc 


Siqr ag^A am the InroMiiaa. 


01 12 


37 ^ 


p 


ProbiUr hair of t^am* 


01 12 


^ ^7 


cc 


ea»iBi-5r 6m the vatar, eaa yom tell ua acmathii^ tSbovrt. 








tba taarta of tba vatar you'ra drlaklBg, plaaaaf 


01 12 


37 53 


p- 


Taataa Yary 0cx>d. 


01 12 


55 


cc 


Ibank Ten, 


01 12 


38 oi» 


cc 


CaD jw. ^ Blaap raport, pleaaaT 


01 12 


3807 


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alaap p^oA. Ea'a nokaa ^ for 10 or 15 aiautas tvica; 
otbarviaa avar y U ilttg la saiag fine. The pilot got more 
thm tlM 2-4iovar aqp period allotted ... 



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flwrial-5> nor Ci^ con. we'd like for you to keep the 



enrar Moras for both you aad the Co — a nd Pilot oa the 8-6 
Esq^MlMMt ahlle yoa hava the taatar out. Tou undaratattdT 

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01 12 38 49 P TMj^ we'll neord tlie ecoree tm the S-d ead we'll sesd 

iban «k ^ «td of the di?. 
01 12 58 5^ OC !to4^« M^i like to h«ve » vmport &rmx tble ate^oa » 

the Maet 
01 12 38 $9 P ok«r- 

0112 39 00 CC Bocer. W**d eleo like to cet e vet bulb end dxy lml3> 

rMjttSi tram 700 '^ie tlae. 
01 12 ^ 96 P Ve an* i bare that. IHUI b«re te glTe it to yon neact 

ti«e. 

01 12 ^ 09 CC Bo«er. 

01 12 39 13 P . . . iqr temperature est dova to eo ve ectMlly heated 

It hask 19 apBlB , . . cold. 
01 12 39 27 CC Sagr 0«*la1 -5. 

01 12 39 29 P Z MOT vitb two eoolMt loopa roBaiBft, our cult teaqp««tiire 

^t dsitt to ^ la the fall eold positioa, so «e vamed It 19 
a little hit. 

01 12 39 36 GC, Ro^ar. iMwntaal. Do you have a reeordiajg oa the laat 

vet atd d^ holb readiac? 
01 IS 39 P We baTM't tAea a^jr. 

01 12 ^ CC Boger. We'll etead ^ for the amct tlae. 
01 12 39 ^ f Oka^. 

01' 12 ^ 00 P The tlae la dagr 2, 02:50:1»5« I 4wt paaeed Moaterldco, 

South tmrlf, aad t he«A a pretty good gig oa the ceaopy 
ov«r ^jr head like ve sight bam gottea etraek by a 
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LoNCi^^ttAa 9 tegroes West, B«v 2?. Btar tqpdat«, timm 

OZ Okx3y.l5. ftvmmtkM, Qe:Ql:33< 

01 13 ^ 52 P Roeer> C8Q» ve eopgr. 
01 13 31 5S GC CSQ Mdi^Bg f ortlMT, atnAlac ^* 
OL 13 32 ^ P Bocu«^ lip'M oa tha JP^gbt Plw; v«'r« In tite peocwt 

of txyiAg to aee if «• ett do tte vleloa t«*t at this tlae. 

carom 

01 13 ^5 %3 cc Geaiai-5r Eooctoa CAP COR, OT«r. 

01 13 %5 M P SaUo^ loBstoa, €o itead. 

01 13 li5 51 CC Rofler, m*. I've got aove igpdataa oa prlwoy ludlag 

areu. Arc yoa readjr to eo|grT 
01 13 ^5 5& P 9o, vidt <»w. 
01.13 ^13 P to oonr. 



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3t 11. SeiII 1^ 51 «*C9«M, nil ^ dvgxm. 

01 13 ii6 51 OC ^PM a6i.€-!^ 2Bd 4m> 06:53r01» 23 Unff 29 plus 59. 

Sell l*ft 51 4ccrM»» «^ H«M 69 teszm. litettaK> good* 
Aiw cvM x«plM» 26 Itelt* and 27 B»lto. 

01 13 ^7 38 P Bognr» PC9^ abA oaterstud rvfOmd 26 ud 27 Xlilte. 

01 13 ^7 M» CC Rocnr. ftese u« Itoth •»« 26« howrr^r, tlwr cm tfbout 

oa* r«v i9«rt. Ife cteasid rtv* rlfht bvtv^ two 



01 13 »*7 53 P 

OL 13 ii7 S't tx; GdNdUl Z gat • ruodowa fxoa jrou on tbs spee^erkft *7«t«H 

•s yeu MC tfaem now? 
01 13 lid 01 P AU. •ystoas are (beoa. We took the oAln taaveratun 

readiBg of 7t with • 56 vet talb for e 561^ cabia. It*B 

dzy «a a b<»ic in her*. 
01 13 ^ 13 CC Unrtarataad. 72 degreea, 5d datfraaa vat bulb, 
(a, 13 ^ 19 P Afrim. 

01 13 ^ 27 P I ftUo ^aw that our oignprn preasura le building 19. 

l*m reading about 80 ao«* 
01 13 ^ 3^ CC Ikidw^ttaad you are xMing 80 on tbe oxygen praaauz*. 

* Tbat*a Pael Cell, right? 
01 13 li8 39 P mt'a affixMtlve. 

01 13 »i8 »»2 OC BBsar. I bara an SCCM cjratM atatua for you. 



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01 13 lid ^ CC Bojer* Your BC8 02 pressor* hu b«ea boldiiig stssdy at 

930 psl. Fosl CsU ^2 prassuxv Is contlDulng to rise sad 
ve 9jfgme% to st«rt venting at s CSI of ^ bcmrs. That's 
aboot 9 haan tram now. Bia Cagpe adviaes us that this 
Talv* relieTes at 3^5 plus or ^jsoa k pal. 

01 13 1^ 31 P Boaer. 

01 13 1»9 33 GC Xoiir co^jmt loop taflgparaturss hove leveled out good. 

All of your inatruMntatlon v<d.tac*a are steady and 
DOtipel. Poel Cell Og presstire Is steady and rising, 
bat on a slow basis. AmI cells are producing on an 
* adequate basis for crsv consuaption. The quantity in 
Tank A is presently 3^,k pounds. Over. 

01 13 50 08 F Praaaore indicated pounds. 

01 13 Ik CC Okay. Your G&C systaas are all locddAg very good. The 

QANB fuel rasining is 131 pounds, and the QAMB oxidizer 
I ait II tug is 190 pounds. Over. 

01 13 90 33 P Boonr, understand 131 for the ftael and 190 for the oxidiser. 

01 13 50 37 CC That's affiZMtive. 

01 13 ^ F Do yott have any idea vhat sort of Maneuvering they're 

golijc to have us do iaterT 
01 13 50 li6 CC Say again. 

01 13 90^ ii8 F Ho you tev« My idea itet tlwy have in store for us later 

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Bogu-. When I ctm to nork this ■omiag, we trying 
to wrk «p thla Flan to t^ th* but it loolcB 

lite • Uttla wi r e*"*"' <« d»ta w tad from WBAD to 
cftteh ttaw in six rvfm, mnd It Bight b« gacrlficing a 
ftov <rtli«r thinga. What « hava in amd for you to«>rPow 
Is to go through a r«id*»rotta seqjuMce, sort of a rehaarsal 
for tha gytMnd track yaoplja on 0-6. It'll Involva a 
halgJit-aAJttst msmsm ow tha Statea, and ^pogaa bum 
ftoUcwing that, and ahortly aftar that you'U hSEve a plane 

■BDCuvvr. Than thara'll ba ona Bore aanewar in 
tha Ticinity of apogsa; ifU be jm »8R or co-^lUptic 
Orar. 



01 13 51 J*? P <SMar. 

01 13 51 ii9 cc And tha total of thaae vlll bs about 60 to 65 faat par 

aacoaad. 

01 13 51 5^ P Hogar, imdaratand 60 to 65 f*«t par second. 

01 13 51 58 CC Wa'll be doing theee only if wa can aake uae of tha plnt- 

f or« coavtttar, ao that «• can gat the readouts fro« you 

eftar you iMke the Msnaurer. 
01 13 52 10 P Undaratand. 

01 13 52 13 CC Wt'ra alao working on a little bit wore sophisticated 

radar test aa you paaa on your closest paas o»er the Cape 
tom^rw. It'U InwlTe going into the Rendesvous Mode 
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worn t«o-polnt nter coupwrlvona. Ha'U alro try 
voc^ la COM bu« WBtitam tMt*. It*il klnA ^ tepsnd 
^«tty web oa bcw cIqm tlw t«Bfl« is on ytmr cloMst 
p«w tfw t^r«. Th« r««w «*t» that today •BtJw*^ 

^ pMi(U «uit« * lalt. Xlks to svt « UUl* bit nor*. 

01 13 52 P Ym, ^ w« fuit* tp^sscd too. «• got the ... rue* 

with it. 

Ib9»r« bo •aniod that Gordo hM • ■•dicml pass ot thm 

«t 0^*06:^. 



01 13 53 00 CC 



01 13 53 20 P 
01 13 53 21 CC - 

ROSE KI^ VICTOR 
01 IH 09 18 <JC G«diil-5, law CAP CGM. 
01 1»» 09 3i^ P raw, <Jo«lBi-5, com In. 

01 lit 09 i^l OC Wo*r» otaiidiDg by tar jour toi«OFBtttx« at tbU tim. 
01 U 09 U P rii—iii Pilot baa tMpan^cm probe in bla ■outb. Ara 

yoa raeoivlns it? 
01 Ik 09 kj CC Boaar» atond by. 

01 1^ 10 Oe OC itocor, standing byj myba it's goins to com «p. 

.01 in 10 27 OC aaBtni-5> BIW CAP CCR. Mfc bav» yoar oral taBpeimtaraa, 

St«d 1^ for tbe sorfMo. 
01 1^ 10 to CC Oaaini-S <5«d.ni-5, this is HKY Sorgaon. Wa do not 

a Tolld blood prsuars. IttH joa rapaat It ploaaa. 



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01 U U 03 CC <kmlal'5, four cuff !• fuU scml*. Giw 

OX 11 21 C Could I tM«~thBt blOQ& ^9miuf any good? 
01 1*^ U »A P Ito«BP, sturtlng •a»rcl»« now. 
01 12 39 CC GatUns tolood pawMur* now. 

0114 13 09 CC T«ttr CTsff i« full BC«1«. lit • gpod blood pressure. 

Stendlas for your food and alao reports. 

01 IJ^ 13 18 P Bo«M. ni— 111 Pilot Just «Dt up from about the graataat 

portion of 6 hours of slaap. Food, Cr i—ii l Pilot Is eatiag 
Dov, ttaa met has bad another seal, baa already aade bis 
food report, or that asy help. We have a report for you 
oa tbs Ytsiblllty test. Yesterday the CoHHusd Pilot bad 
12 vrong. Pilot bad 8 wrong. Today the Cii — ii l Pilot bad 
9 vrong, the Pilot had 7 vrong. On the ^nslde experimnt 
the rii— ii(T Pilot had 93 degrees, the Pilot bad 100 degrees. 

01 l^^ Ik 20 CC GesLBl-9, are either et you experiencing mof Irritation 

or diMoifort In your tkroat <»> chest? 

01 14 U 26 C legatlve. 

01 14 14 31 CC Good. Do yeu have aiqr other aedlcal syaptMs at all at 

this tlBS? 
01 14 14 k& C legatlve. 
01 14 15 17 CC Gesial-?, fBN CAP OW- 
01 14 15 82 C Go 



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QL 1>» 1!| 83 OC I «a«a4 lUn for yon te rvptst tte 8«n«« eo 6-d f<n> 

01 U 15 31 C Hoetr. 8^ tor t«i«y. Ccm»o& filet 9, Pilot 7> 
01 li» 15 U OC i^ame, «m 5 oad T. 
01 IX 15 Jfc5 C Jtoflitiy*, f wd 7. 

01 ll» 15 5& Ce X voidd llltt to JaeAt tto pMltioB of tbt QMS BMt«r 

ciygait^ ijMikai ' >t "ttit tSm. 
01 U 19 58 C Om SMtM eireult bmfcnr U mt. 

01 14 16 01 CC Bo^, «• mold lite for yea to 1jb*y« it «t tb«t position. 
OL U 16 95 C BefBT. 

01 14 16 09 CC All »7v«MM iMk. ooed on tho eroosd. Ve dcm't tasv* 

aoT^Oac olM for this ptM. 

CQftSm. SEiim «BDK 
01 15 03 ke C ... Gaiii6i-5, CSQ CAP GOK. 
01 15 03 44 C ... Ca»^ flMrtnl-5* 

01 15 03 47 CC te9»r^ OB this pM« «• wosia lite • Jml C«ll SMtion 0^ 

PMTS*, tmA « erjofenle rssAottt of oil vwatitios. 
01 15 03 56 C Okqr. 

01 15 03 57 CC •laa lite joa to yoor OAMB OMtor eircait breoter. 

OL 15 04 OS C yM. mnt tte OMM Boctor eircitlt brookMr o^oit? 

01 15 04 06 CC Vatlb Is cffiMtlTO. 
01 14 04 09 C Otegr. 

01 15 04 11 OC Ant CBQ^ tea GO oa tte «rotiad. 



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rMAlB# fim ttaMU 4UOr Bemrtos ^vl«M Mu&tm S-7 01 
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Bosnr^ Vtel Call BrA'O0n># ^ 710 9«i«. rati Cell 


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0^, 9^ «A 80 paU. ICS 0^, aaft 770 pal*. 


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I tera tba TUslit FLaa v^data fiur yoa at tUa tlaa. 


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Tltla ia I>-2. The Visa la tbe aaeead tey^, 06:38:19. 



Bo. Itt6. Fitch V9 dagraas. Xnr rl^t 
M> dagraaa, right to left. 
01 15 ^5 00 C Okay. 

01 15 1^ 02 CC I have aaather one. NBC*! aaeoaA day, 07:1»5:00. 

Sa^pnea So. 03 aa per nwrtnal . Flltfit Flan. 
01 15 H5 30 C Okay. 

(a 15 H5 31 OC ' X aaald alao lUw to gat a food zapert tram. -309. after ytm 

flMrtiad the bmI ]^ vara Mtlag aa yoe paaaed ever tbe 
laat tlpe. 



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Regsr. Tou look.rsal good bare mi Xb» grounA. 


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Roger, feel reel good. 


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Very good. 


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Could you verify the food that you've eeten for us, 










yra eey yoa ete aoae of day 2, wal A7 


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1bat*e afflraatlve. I didn't cat laat ni^t before going 










to ele^. I wee echeduled to eat when I got today. The 










Pilot ate at that tiae, that eane seal at that tlae, before 










I west to sleep. 


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So in total, how DRich approximately day 2, meal A, have you 



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01 15 99 U C AmA t^erM-foortlw «f It. 

01 1^ 13 cc nm, liniE jwx. 



' BOSK OOS VICTOR 
01 17 21 17 OC GwftM-?, BKV CAP COM, 
01 17 21 ^ C Qe 9i»mAt nOi, Gandai-S. 

01 17 ^ 27 cc llostr. Tear . . . aOl •jttws look good on tte grtMUtd. 
01 17 ai 36 CC G«fe»l-5, KV CAP 001. iroaia Ute ftor you to pat 

yoitr V«l«ii«tx7 Callbxmtleai ftrtiok to tte Bo. 1 pMltlezu 
01 17 21 li6 C Bo«Br. oaibxBt. ... 

01 17 21 55 c T/H OBlibntta oolog to ifo. 1 nov. 
01 17 ^ 01 CC Boatr. B»1A it tben for « aomt. 
01 17 22 0l» C RasKT. 

01 17 at 13 CC G— 1n1 -5» BEV. »B»d 1Ud» for job to go to poaititm Bd. 2 

«t thl« tim, 

01 17 22 17 C BesHf. 00^ to Calibrmt* lo. 2. 

0117 22 50 OC 6«*Bt-5, HGT CSAP C«. Yon c« t«» tho C«iar«to Switch 

to tl» e» jooitiMu 
01 17 28 55 C «•« off. 

01 17 2^ 33 CC GtmSai~3, BK? Ctf 0». m hm aomxm •1»« f&r you tid. 

«i*ll bo otnt^ by. 
<at7 8^ 38 C fl^» flUift, tbmc TOO. 
01 17 2(» la CC Bo^^ 

01 17 55 C loU aoutoo ttet K^wrlMot 9-2 m^unmso i1»6 vo 



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Od 17 25 05 CC Aagnr. IJM«r«t«ai ••q^eac* lii6 was wirt>l« to oo^let«. 

01 17 25 09 C as«nr. 

01 17 2$ U. C nuBBk J*». 

©I 17 25 12 OC Boftr. 

CABARI ISLASDe 
<a 17 iiO ifr7 cc QflHtai-5/ till* !• C«au7 CAP CCK. 
01 17 ^ 50 G Bg««r» <^nMr7> (^viai-S* 

01 17 ^ 53 CC aac»r. eiqpectlBg « fuel cell porge froM you on 

SMtlOB 1. Ttaftt** Ixyth tiTdrosen asd oxjrBen. 
01 17 ^ 03 C Ik>9»r. Section 1, hydrogwa aad oxysen puree. 
01 17 In 09 a Itat'e •ffUneative. 

.01 17 *H 11 C Hoger, »t«aa by one. 

* 

01 17 ki 53 CC G««tal-5, C»aftrlee, have you eterted your purge as yet? 
01 17 ^ 58 . C itaisnr* He teve croMover svlteli on now; «»*re getting 

Madly to start. 
01 17 ••■S 03 CC loger. 

01 17 ^3 09 C tefc JL l9«ro«eB aoe. Teak 1 fayiarogaB 09. BeeftUg 91^ 

9M»ti^ «a li3f«roges> goiog to ... oocyiea ove. 
01 17 ^3 36 C . Joet • aisote od I'll give yiDa ay^^lexk. 
01 17 ^3 S8 C . »ieirH*y 1e nooiag roughly ^ ^Mure le rtlll on. 

01 17 Mft 19 CC Wagir/ ne1ii1-5. It'e looking good oa yoia: purge. 
01 17 Mi^ 22 C Itegir* BvwTTtldJBg looto good hmrm, 

01 17 Ji4 39 C Cteary, cu you find o«t txom Hooetoa ^Aere ttiey eant ue 

to torn e«r QMS Beet«r oet 



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c Okir* 

CC TU^t sAtIm* ttet tte rtuoa for tuxsiac ttw QM6 Haatttr 
^ MS tiwt tte twmtritiijPB «u fl^l* tb»3r vutod to 
cosutK^^ OB pon7» 

C Okaj 

C OjtyifU X» off OB Sttctlra 1« 

CC AooHT, ftaak you. Bwrytbiac atlll lo^ gpoA tmv txom 

c <Staiar 

CC We'll hrnn « Fll^ Fl«a upteto for you. 

C BofB»r, 

OC Ax* yen. mdy to oovjT 

C &>«er. Go abMd. 

CC OtaqFt It'll bo a UST Toat at 10 boura 39 altutea kO feasOM, 
ao^oaeo m^ar 0^; ttaara vlU toa a Sclta T aiaua 5 alBataa 
aaft 10 aaconda. Ho you eofgrT 

C Bofar. Oot tlwt. 

CC Omf. V^*f sot aibest 30 aec<»ida left of paaa tlae bar*. 

C Becar. OIokj, we got 'tt«t. 

CC dkagr, 7ob*x« lootlBC saed. 

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AOBS KBQT fICSOR 
01 IS ?5 05 CC HC7 CAP CCM. 

0118 55 12 P BEf CAP en, tl^ 10 G«iiBl-5. 

01 18 55 15 CC Bognr. All ■jiiai look good on the grouaO. X h«vo • 

poM spdttte for jBu. 
Oa iB 55 SO P X«t at Jcqov «Im& jou*rt xwdy to gp, 
Oi. Id ^ 21 CC BBStr, Qtaj. Ste tlJM of tkt II9 ivdato io tho McoBd 

Aigrr <f:31i56» 5^ plu 6 tegrooa Waat liM^tiido, Btv 27. 
01 18 55 ^ P All rlfl^t, oaytbiag oImT 

01 IB 56 03 CC Roflor. 1i» daa*t faacr* aiqrtliiBg oIm for you tbio poss. 

Wa*ll b« rUTiftIng by- in omo oood uo. 
01 18 56 09 P Oktgr. 

01 'Id 56 15 P Aftor tkis st«8« • • • tuzn tte circuit broater iMKdc on 

aov nod ... 
01 18 56 25 CC Bofcr^ m ca^L^i. 
01 19 05 59 CC 6«iiai-5^ Bsostcm CAP COM, oror. 
01 19 06 06 P SoiCT, Bntstm^ 

03. 19 06 09 CC ftjg. Ogct m couple of ^mtlnas """-T'lnt jmir food and 

ii»t«r. Ctt wt mmmtm ywL^^lamr* oatea p»al A, B aod C of 
doj It Sbto you eonp^otod ttitMc? 

01 19 06 ^ P tt* «te • p^rtiOB of It. I'd eay aboai tuo-thixds of our . . . 

01 19 06 29 CC Tbst*« two-thirds of tbeao tloroo m^lM, Im tbmt rl^tt 

01 19 06 33 P «• only bod tte two awle »er day 1. But daj 2 m bavo 

oatMi BMl A, tSbevet threo-fourtba of it, for day 2. 



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01 19 06 ^ Ce Ik^f yaUrutmaA, QNqr» •»* 



06 57 » 

01X9 06 5& CC 1»MQr wtiLL^ ^t^aak 7M. 
ei 19 0^ 59 ' 

CARtiDT 

01 19 15 03 OC Q««lBl*5, tbl« i« Cmuer C»t Cm, W* aotUnc for joa 

01 19 1^ 09 P Cmzy* »mr7^1«B Is GO bare. 

01 19 15 X3 CC Begtr. HmrrtkLat l0<^ 0O«d 

01 19 50 33 CC Qtmial^^, Otaeuucnm CAF (XW. 
01 19 50 )iO P Okajf GBMrroB, G«aijd*5« 

01 19 90 ^3 CC Bof/aj yon look, food «& the ground. !*▼• gat •«■• 

tig^istM Cer yoa irtwn yoa're r««d/ to conr. 
01 19 90^ f aog»» otMift by OM. 
01 19 50 5»i CC Bogtr. 
01 19 !a IS P Ckigr* so oteod. 

01 19 91 22 CC BogM', Ar^ 30-1, Aroo 30-1, oU tiws ore tho BmcooA 

day. U. JKmrs 56 aliwrboo ^9 Mogsds, 11 plus 1*8, 16 plus 
'iJ9, rsU loft 51, r^ rii^rt 69. All tlio bwak oagloB ore 
tte ooao. Aroo 31-1« 13 boors 32 Kisutos k6 socoods, 
9 Jlus $3# 15 Pl«s IB, Aroo 32-1, 15 bouro 0? ■Imrtos 



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Page 197 



SO mcooU, 8 pXtis ^3, Ik plus 56. Atm 33-1, 16 Hour* 
JO. aljaatM 10 secoada, 8 plus 11, 15 plus 22. Arse S'^-l, • 
19 bmn 30 siaates 09 secoods, 9 pltw 56, 17 plus 09. 
fta« tiMtfasr Is good la all of tlMs* PI<A*s. Do you copgr? 



Ol TO 




aa 








CO 


JO 


or 


UaaXf VrVf^ HiUBB AOOKS gDOU IMJIV « Zv P%»lin 1 ng Dj« 




7j 




P 

I 


< . • . «usm. 




or 
JO 


1ft 




iiS^Biu*7, uSKiBX-?, oousvon KMX uuH, ovai. 


03. 20 


36 


33 


cc 


GMEiBi-5« Gsalni-5> Bbustoe CAP 0GH« 


OL 20 


36 


i»0 


p 


Good aoralng, Eoast<m CAP CGM, Galai-5 here. Go ahead. 


01 20 


36 




cc 


Boflsr, Gealat-5* You're leoklag sood berc <» tbe ground. 










Be advised that there's a aedical data pass on the Pilot 










at Csaarles with an acqulsltl(»x tlae of 10:^:29. Xou 










copyt 


01 20 


37 


90 


p 


AffirwtiYe. 


01 21 


37 


01 


cc 


Aai a« got a couple of questi^as hexe for you; EUiot'U 










ask TOtt. 


01 20 


37 


06 


cc 


Fete, we* re Interest la vhat you alf^t have seen, or vhetl 



yoa say a S^/d-7 deflectloas duriag the tlae you had 
the ISP oat ai^ were looklag at It rU^t after putting it 
oat. We'd like to know if you saw cool IB Indications on 
tbe QAMB Mter. 



01 20 37 89 P Tea« I thlak I did, Elliot, and it was fairly lov, and I 

didn't get to locdciag at It until rather late in the tgmm. 



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H» tattA ft eoopiU of jnblcMi vtea «• pat th» REP out, iftieh 

«»*U dlftcttM vlira v» art teck. 
01 aO 37 51 CC Boftr. ttatiB yiou*4 My thisk ^ 0st mm data oa^ It, 

'tat jstt40B*t know ^Mt hew MEiek. 
01 ao 37 ^ P I thlift «» aaA I d^t laaev how aueh. 
01 20 38 00 CC €k^. Qot otbnr rrntH quick cewnst. Il»*t« about to 

lOM acQiiaitlm ban; ve tMak tha bydrofn tank la x«al 

eloaa to vwirtlas, mo 7011 alicmld aa* Ita ^omMmam larral off 

pratt/ ^alddy. 
01 ao 38 1^ P Clcar^ 

01 20 36 Id CC 13mj hm<m a ^pMatloa Iwra tor you oa tba McoadMry acamar. 

Did joroL hava problaa vltb -Um frjUMrict 
01 20 36 P lo, Z ^uat pat it ovar tten avhlla a^ to aaa facnr It vaa 

wAiag, and alao, «• paasiag orar a gzaat, vaat 
aaooat of cXooA eovanca - «oz« thaa vb*4 aaM tefora - 
and it aaaaa to r» flrlai tba ttvuatars ^ta a hit, so 
I ^oat took a look at tiM aacoatergr aaft laft it tkara . . . 
Otaar* vail Z gwraa «a*i« alwKt ta loaa y«a aov. 
Gkajr^ Z*a oaaMacias tte f^aat lo. U at tkia tUn. 



01 


20 


36i^3 


OC 


01 


ao 


36 


P 


01 


20 


^ 02 


CC 


01 


20 


39 23 


c 



I 

riwini'a Taat Bo. at 10:39:^. UHP Taat 80. k 
eo^ata at 10:i»Ut50. 



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01 ao 50 09 

01 20 50 30 
01 20 51 XO 

01 ao 51 5^ 

01 20 52 23 
01 20 52 30 

(». 20 53 06 
01 20 53 19 

01 20 53. 51 
01 20 5^ 00 



CAJUICf 

CC QadBl-5, tbl» is Gaaaay CAP GGM. faaT* » good onl 

t«l|p. Hbold yoa iaoort -tbo-'<nr fiap <9 Ite ¥lood pzvMnro. 

CC 0«iii^>5/ OittuT Skcvmb. is ml iicftlo. lie 

haw • food blood proasnr*. Q1t» at t mkxk listn you begin 

•XKTClM. 

P Stud by. Mazk. 

CC C— 1.n1.-5, Caaary Suraaoa. Yoar eaff i« full acalo. 

CC Wa bava « good blood ipvaaaura, ataadittg by for a vator 
and slaa^ rq^rt. 

P ftogar. Tha Coaaaai Pilot la taJdag hla 2^teur aap parlod 
Bov. Iba FUot alept abowt k boars aad alBiitea mrrtb. 
o£ a 6^kmir parlod, vaxy souadlyf ud I'll gat you a vatar 
la Jttst a aacosd. Otay. Total for vatar for today oa tha 
rnaa»Tifl Pilot is 12 pouads aad oe tba Pilot U pounds 
3 otskcaa. 

CC Bogar. W» vould also llks to flad out If you bava coaf^taly 

Mtaa Mai A aad B for day 1. 
P So, wa laft a fair aaovnt of tbat, and wa're ^t gettlag 

ready to aat - let aa aaa if I can flad It > ,)ust gettlag 

ready to eat day 2, seal C. 
CC Bogar, Onuory S u r g eo n out. 

CC Gaaiai-^, thla Canaxy CAP CCH. Ua bare ^bout a alaate and 
cne-^ialf left In tbls paaa; all syatow are 00 trtm tbe 




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200 



grmod. V9 M* sboviag ttet jmi tew Ftwl OelX H2 



od ao 5*^ i'^ 


r 


XMy «B» # KTUny ■TBiimng ^ wai^Mg w ■*>* *" • 


ca 20 X9 


CC 




01 20 5^ 22 


P 


ttMEt As «bov prMnrt oa tte greuaAT 


01 2& 5** 30 


CC 




01 20 5^ 36 


p 


Qki9', «r vcaU ij aitttBS rt«lst bclov 800. 


01 20 


CC 






p 




01 20 5>» 53 


DC 


FUi^t advisM tbat thej ¥«li«Te that it hM bera ▼•atiag 
off aad Qtt for -Uw last 3 bows. 


01 20 55 00 


P 


Okajr, r09^. Iteiric jpoa. I eaa't auum to pick It up on 
this fact. 


01 20 55 07 


CC 





CABSAR?OK 

01 21 Ol» 01 CC GeMBl-5j CftfMrvtm CAP COM. 

01 2L 06 P Qo'tttmA, Grnxmumtt, Gaaiai-5 ter«. Btady to copy update*. 

Ca 21 0% 08 CC Ckay, X*B amttlnc Pliiht Plaa v^data. It basa't arrl^ 

xrt. va will paaa oe thla tafinnattlon to you. This 
paaa ov«r tb* Stataa vlll i9data you ma a raniaxvotta vlan 
isto a Aflna oi^it. ^^*ve got ft»ur bums ov«r 

3 or ll» teora aaA tbe tafb vlU ^ x«la7ad to you over tba 
fltitea. 



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01 21 Oit^ 38 F Okay. As X uadmrstaaA It iM*rs ost 8£»las to lMiv« this 

D-6 9W I«3E^ aaft BaHMte* Is that convetT 

01 21 Oil I19 CC 1*11 cteek oa -ft«t. StMft 1»7. 

21 05 ^ CH; rfliil, CixHtrvva, i^U b« ae vj^rlmaitm enrvr tlM 

St«k» thia paaa. 

01 21 99 49 P €ka^. GMdal^^ ataatias hj, witlac for tte Stataaida 



01 21 


06 


57 


CC 


(a ZL 


06 




p 


01 21 


06 




cc 


01 21 


06 


k6 


p 



Bov ai» ytm f^aUse aftar fftttias aaat ala^T 
timi alMtTa 4M> t»mk ftmt. 



01 21 


06 




cc 


01 21 


06 


59 


p 


01 ^ 


lA 


39 


cc 


03. 21 


10 


*9 


p 


01 21 


10 


51 


cc 



Ob that laat paaa^ wa Ji»t about could aaa Caraarron. 
Iao^ Itka It aaa ri^t at tte ads» (tf "ttia dooda; aac 
to ba dark aov. 

Boenr, im*t« sat a li^t onrareaat. 

And I eaa aaa Juat waat of kax« of (^kxmma. 

G«slBi-5# OunazvQs. Vy set ooa itw ea tba fllsbt 



Go 

Th-Z, Dalta 2, ametmA OMT, 12 iMora 56 m±aa%ma kti aacoada, 
aa^aea nmtw IkStf aeda 01, plt^ «gp 1^ dafreaa, yaw 
laft 37^ v«n^ ara aa mxeaas to rl^, ^aad 

125. tlw ]>-4/D*7 BOda lil^ vlth tai^ 
(XL 21 XLM f 9agr* Uadantrad D-2 12:56:^, a 1^ aaqpnaca, aoda 01, 

19 lii', ysv laft 37, l*ffe to xUSA, apaad 125, vm 
lMi/B-7 aoda 



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202 



01 21 12 06 CC Affi»tl«. Wt're ecrt *bo«i 30 ■•coami 

01 21 12 16 P BoiMP. 

01 22 06 39 CC 0«i«1.5, GeiOBi-?, H««toa Cltf COl. 

01 22 06 P tollo, Bourt« CAP CCH, CWl«i-5. Go 1«-d, 

0122 06 « CC ,^.^b««c<«ti--ti-o^^'^^^-*"*' 

. ea.. IVU «» P«**bUr 8 or 10 

to «•* it 1*. I'H r.l«- «» key 

« t, 1^ Glv. it to by tte ttm* «»d I'U^ tore to turn 
01 22 07 03 P 1^ w jr 

tb« pege« too, so ti** It slow. 

«^ T*i- «.mieBti»lly all the «iy. It iacl^» oXL your 

_^ , «.«u««ra for this sbaatOB r«ia««w>u». 

«:^rl»t» plus tJ» ■M«ttw» ror w« f«-» 

GoiiyT 

01 22 or 19 P 

01 22 07 20 CC QlMy, HI ..t to copy! 
01 22 07 23 P All««tto«o. 

a^g. Tim flTBX we !• * PO«r up for your UBP lo. 1. 
HmtSmi* 13:00100 «d all tl» .re ftsr aay Ro. 2. 

01 22 or ^ ^ lt«r ^ 13*00 for ^Sr I. 



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01 22 or 1»5 CC Sog»T. D-1, 13:10tOO. Stqomac* 08. 9m^[km, 

^PMd 30. 

01 22 06 Oe P D-l- B«^p»nce. 
01 22 06 07 CC 02. 

01 22 06 06 P Ok«y. 13:00:00, Btt^Mse^ 02, VMM*. 
01 22 06 IJ^ CC Bog. 30. 
01 22 06 23 P 

01 22 08 25 CC D-1. 13j20:00. Stqywice 03. Aljaia Cewtourl, ^eed 60. 
01 22 06 $2 P <3ka3r. 

01 22 06 53 CC D^. :e:^i»*6. S««Kiii^ 012. Mote 01?. Pitch 30 ^er^s 

doHiu !•» 02 d«gr^» rli^t. ^eod 1000. S-it. 
01 22 09 30 P Hogsr. 

01 22 09 32 CC OTFTo.*. 13:^*7:05. Se<ip«»ce ^. Pitch 20 up. Roll 0. 

Yaai 13 lort. 



01 22 10 03 


P 


Gt^ M ^t oae agidA, plMM. 


01 22 10 06 


CC 


Boe»r. UHF te«t. 13:^7s05. S«fu«ice 01. Pitch 20 up. 






Boll 0. T«v Ik left. 


01 22 10 31 


p 




01 22 10 33 


CC 


8-5 aad S-6. 1Hj01:00, Daring Aftrlcan pM«. 


01 22 10 ij6 


p 


Say tte inirkB. 


01 22 10 ltd 


cc 


That*a duriog the African p«M. 


01 22 11 01 


p 


Go ahead. 


01 22 11 02 


cc 


Okay, back up one ob jowr Teet that you juMt copied, 






Have a Delta T eg 6 floe 42. 



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20k 



01 22 11 


15 




BoMx*. Dcl'ta T. 6 Bias 42. 


01 22 U 


17 


cc 


RcMBBr. Okar. asxt "tevt. D-Wl)-7. l%:0lt:00. SeouAtkce 








420. Over Kuto. 


01 22 U 


ko 


p 


Roger. 


01 22 11 






S-1. 14:26:12. BMMxiui ars suawt tlas. 


01 22 11 


57 


p 




01 22 11 


59 


OC 


Ami Dowt us. Ais 1b for UHF Ho. 2. l4:40:00. And 








tint's to pQwar ud tout olatfora. 


01 22 12 


15 


P 


Aat*B the tiM to vowBr It uo or tin "tl^ at the tsat? 


01 22 12 


IB 


CC 


^nwt Is tbs tlise to vomr us tlM Dlstfen 


01 22 12 


21 


p. 


Roger. 


01 22 12 


23 


cc 


D-6. 15:16:59. Seouence 20. ModA OQ Pitch ^0 dnvn 








Yaw 09 rififat. 


01 22 12 


k5 


p 


. . . the Ditch faded. 


01 22 3^ 




cc 


Pitch ^ down 


01 22 12 


52 


p 


VuA^A dimffi 


01 22 12 




cc 


SDM^d 60 OB "Hia-f. iMB't OOm 


01 22 13 


02 


cc 


Speed 60. 


UL 22 13 




cc 


UHF Tert. 15:21:19, Sequence 02. Delta T, 6 plus 43. 








Pitch 0. Roll 139 left. Yaw 0. 


01 22 13 


36 


p 


Bogar. 


01 22 13 


39 


cc 


8-^. 15:45:00. Sequence 07. Ito remrfca. 


01 22 13 


52 


p 


Bf^ar. 


01 22 13 


55 


cc 


Naaeorer. niia is a preparation for joor ■aneurrers. 



15:50:00. Flatfora on Ca«B BE7. 



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01 22 


Ik 


16 


P 


1999O1OO. PlAtfoxm CkgB KBn 


01 22 


I* 


2L 


cc 


Tlart** afnjnMtlTtt. mxk <at !• aaetaaT wuM«cr«r. 










16:1^:00* AUiM «F. niM gyros 00. 


01 22 


1* 


l»5 


p 




01 22 


l4 


ii6 


cc 


Mxt 09 !• nnT.n<iT — wiiivv pM^snixiOtt, 10:%?: w. 










C(MV«fe*r C«. AddMM 25 60«^* 


01 22 


15 


_n_rt 

06 


p 


«K AAA — ^ ^^^^^^^^^ 

fl(^itr. Oav«t«r 00, AAima ^ 9(^1« 


01 22 


15 


13 


cc 


T)ytt*s affiimti'n. Toe ocxt oat !• apo^Be aa^»t. 










16:50:17* Traiwlattt rozward te mcro tb* ivi*s. 


01 22 


15 


31 


F 


T - * A^^A ii t — ■ ■ ■ 

Ltt BKV* tbeX tlfl* SglKlB. 


01 22 


15 


33 


cc 


1d:50:17> 


01 22 


15 


48 


oc 


. . . 49< S«qi»»e« 13*^* Now 09» ntca yj osia. lav 










O AvfrsM. Qpegd 1^. 


01 22 


16 


09 


p 




01 22 


16 


11 


cc 


I6:56:'i9* 


01 22 


16 


16 


p 




01 22 


16 


17 


cc 


Scxt ««• Is it ■mattrtr parsparstiea. 17i20:00* Allna 










pl«^oz« Sff* OcapoMr CS. MorMB 25 Oal58* 


01 22 


16 


)i6 


p 


Okay* MtBaorar prop. 17:20:00. Allaa platfen SEH^. 










Caifytar 25 OO158. 


01 22 


16 


51* 


cc 


That's amzmtlva. laxt is ^aaa adjost. 17:3l»:58. 










» 

TraB^«ts fSfTward to sevo tte IVI^s. 


01 22 


17 


IT 


p 


IQiat IdUad sf a ■aasuvar vas It? 


01 22 


17 


19 


cc 


That's swr phass ad^i«t. 



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Fttct 206 



01 22 17 31 P Go 

01 22 17 3^ CC n-k/H-l, 17!lt2:00. Se^Mw:* %1Q Braw uA kOrj. Over 

Cunaarron. 
01 22 18 02 P Qo stead. 

01 22 IS 03 CC Jmatber woMtEwr pr^paratiSB. 17:90*00. Aline platfon 

SBP. Coivu1«r OR. Address 27 001^. Tav 90 left. 

01 22 IB 32 P Iteewrer prep. 17: $0:00. Aline platfon SEP. Address 

27 00150. Yaw laft 90. 

01 22 18 1»3 CC Ibat's affixwtlve. Tte next one la a plana aanewrer. 

lS:06:5O. Tranalate forward to saro the m's. 

01 22 19 09 P Oki^. Go ahead. 

01 22 19 12 CC Okay. We bare abou;t tltree Bore. If I don't sat to then, 

ve'd like to adrise you to power up as necessary to 
■InlniiM your po«ar usage and power down in between the 
▼arloos ■a n e u T ers and experlaenta. And we estlaste that 
your power dorlsg the buma viU be about kO mmpa. 

And vith the platfon on, only ibout 30 ava and otberwlM 
i^Kmt 20. 

01 22 19 39 P Okay. 

01 22 19 in CC And than you can turn your platfom off after each fffS 



teat, btit I think you'll see that in the aeq^eaee. And 
platfon OB during all the slaailated aaaeiivere md 
rwatexvous exercises. 
01 22 19 ^ f Okay. ... 



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01 22 ao 07 CC GMiiBl-5, I think «• bm L06. If ^ 0097, pick 

CASASSC mftXP 
QL 22 24 27 CC Ibis U Camy CAP CGM. 
01 22 2^^ 29 P «io chMd, CMiaiy. a«dJd,-5 h»rm. 

01 22 24 3^ CC Bossr. Me*i» exp^etLas a purse <m Sactlon 2 of tha fuel 

call on tbia paaa. Ua voulA Ilka to gat a fuasUty 
raado^ bafora «a atari tke ]pi2vaa. 

01 22 2li P RQ«n>. Pnel c«ll Og la 9^ aad about 80 pal*. 

01 22 24 55 P Pt"^ eaU hjtoogMi la 93!' akwlag aoo pal«. 

01 22 25 n CC Qaadiil-5, tiiay to «Bt tb» ni«bt Has t^datea 

eomtlatad prior to tte ]^8a* 

01 22 25 19 P Okay. Go atead^ ivdate. 

01 22 25 23 CC Ga«tal-5, Bawttm CAP CM. Do jva read? 

01 22 25 26 P Go tfM«d. 

01 22 25 aB OC Bet. Wa'U pick 19 «t>«re w laft off oa tha wttaovvrs. 

Toa r a a i y to copy^ 
01 22 25 32 P Tea* I got lB:06:50 plawr Maaamr. 

01 22 25 36 CC Bos. Affiraativa. Tlia naxt oaa la S-8/D-I3. 3fli24:58. 

Sequeneft 03. Pit<i 30 tow. law 06 rl^t. 
01 22 26 01 P Koear. 

01 22 26 02 CC Jfaxt la a ■anaurer praparatKu. IB: 50:00. iOlaa plKtfora 

Coapatar OH. Adareaa 25 00il64. 



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01 22 as ^ P Boger, lB:50:00. Alias pl«tfcn« SKf, Coppater OH, 

25 Ofl64. 

01 22 26 3J'> CC Thst*» •mzmtlT*. fcrt om is iwwse eeellijptic. 

19iOtt:ld. Tmslftt* Cnwd to wn> tte m*«. 
01 22 27 Oiv P Roenr. 

03. 22 27 Ol» CC And tfatx«*s a cametiea oa jour -tiVft T»rt Bo. 1, vblch 

VM at ly^hJiO^, If Toa go to it, I'll pass 70U the 
corr ^j tlo B * 

01 22 8T 15 P Go abaad. 

01 22 27 16 00 It'a yitcb 90 up vica 20 up. 

01 22 27 23 P Hoger, l^teb up 90 d^raas. 

01 22 27 26 CC Itaat*a afflzBitiTa. Aad did you copy tbe reat of tba 



lAstruetiona Yalativa to kaa^n^ tte power down aad 
povariiv off after tba m teats? 
01 22 27 35 P Yes. Vi^ initial platfon power up ymi vmat I3OO. 

Bil^T 

01 22 27 ^3 CC ltaBt*s affixvitive. 

01 22 27 ii6 P Okay^ we got it. I doa't kaov lAmtbmr ife*ll sat it all 

dns or not. 

Cn. 22 27 ^ OC men, it a tiyj Md t« adriMd, do aot use the aft- 

firioe l&rastars at an/ tiae. Ccqgir? 
01 22 27 58 CC rmrvard flriag tliruatars. 
(O. 22 aB 00 P Iteroat ^ firias tfaruiFtazvt 



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01 22 28 GC CC KOf -ItaiKt't avgfttlvtt. Do aot «m tb« fommrd firing 

01 2S a8 or P Re^tr. B» livt uae ttw f wrmrd f tbnixtera. 

01 ^ a& Ifi CC SlUa Is ve AdttU v«Bt to ue tte oxa^am lUk tbe 

01 22 as 2lt^ F Otay. 

01 22 26 2$ CC We a<m*t waft to dlatxob it* Aad all tba thmatlag 

vill doaa vlth tlw aft-firlag thruat«ra. 
01 22 2B 33. P Bogar. 

OX 22 26 ^ CC ^ Ckay. AaA tbm obsarra -Qw foal oall Og pnaaiore aad 

doB*t lat it drop wwh at t)M hi^ powar IjOada irtmi jou*ra 
all p c w ar a d v9 and tte^tlas. 

01 22 as P Okmj, 

01 22 aB %7 ^ Caaaxy, ataad by for tte fig purea i ii—iir \m tUt^^ »o» on 

SactiGtt 2. 

m^^ 05 P Pbrci eoag^Ate. Coins to Og, 
01 22 ^ OSr CC Rosar. 

OEL 28 9 32 CC raalnl ^i. Caaarx CAP OOi. 1«t*U ba uaabla to aoaltor tfae 

and of j*9ar purse. Ife bcvo aw*^'^* f Mataly 03w alBixta. 
Contlaaa jiOHr purso to eoaplatiaa aad eontiana to aoaltor 
that p r a a aui ^. 

01 22 29 ^ P ISagtiT. «a taara a aiaata and 20 aoeoada to 90 and •verTthins 

lo^ca flaa. 

01 22 29 ^ CC Boipar. jivnyUting'a loOkad 0ood bare ao far. 



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t KABO, NIGBBIA 
(n. 22 3a 53 CC OmU^^Sj Hwatoa bm. 

oi. 22 33 0$ C Go ■Tiwijl. flrrn'n Saalttl-5< 

OX 22 33 €S CC ^B^pfcr, niim-5. nds is BsoatCNa bere. Hbm w w eo ttet 

m ao «9t^ Mttt jou to oM yowor foraarA firiag thnutcrs 
has to do vtth tlitf ^adltloB of Ite oignrm la jmr fasl 
e«ll eagRin tank. Ve teXicre ttet th* oaqrCBB is ts two 
pteass ia tb* tuk aaA^ liiat «• ara actually ffvtting ICK 
a^ala, lipoid oxjnBesi, ta tbe teat egcehaasftr, aad «a ax« 
than c op ya rt ing it to gaaaoua osqrvw asd than lato tba 
fual call. We dcm't vant to distin% ^ pooitioe of tha 
LQK vithia the o:qrieB taidca. I acj- asaia, aa do not vaat 
to diatttrb tba positioa of tha lig;aid axjefm vitUa tbe 
oagrs^ tai^; therafwa^ «a c«b vm* ti» aft firlae 
and latanl firing tbx^tara aad ne do aot vast to uaa 
tha foraard firing -^oroatara. J»A jcn gat that? 

01 22 3V 35 OC GeaiBi-^, GavlBi-9, Soaatea bora. 

01 22 34 39 C Say againj you fadad oat for a idstla tbera. 

01 22 3^ OC Bogsr. I'll again, «a Hava about asmgh tiaa for one 

More long traaaKlasioa bare. Ite -ttilai: that the exjsin 
la tha fisal cell oxygn taidc ia in two pbaaaa, two jtaoaa, 

^ai *aad liquid. Ka think that tba ll«tid oaTgen is 

ga^ig to tb* boat aanhaagiir aad baiag coarart^ to gaaaous 
oxs^gan tbera. Wa ^aot vast to dlatuz^ the ralati-va 



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211 



OL 22 


35 




C 


01 22 


35 


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cc 


01 22 


k6 


36 


oc 


01 S 


k6 


h5 


c 


01 22 


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cc 



^iticm of tbtt llqEoldB ud gases ia Urn ft»l c«ll oxnP^ 
nttr^ot*, wt do aot to uso Ite fcarwurd firing 
tbxvvtm. V* do vast to um tte aft firing i^nwters. 
0»or, 

Okay. Te^ good, 

TMUQttKtVX 
Q««tat-^, f?t«!nl «5» tkts U HenvloK. 
So okgiiT, SowwtOB. G—lnl-g. 

Btgiir^ Wo IMTTO « ■odleiCL teto poM oror Coxnarroe ttat*» 
«E»lag to iMlfllct vltb a ea«^ of jov o jMtex ' Aia ta. ri*a 
coBtttg «9 ^ * ^ mmxtea. 1te*d lUot to lure you ' 
•eyi^ tte aadleal data pMS otor Camarron and w*ll do 
it ovw OlMiloa. 
OL 22 ^1 X5 C Scfyfc aadieal data paaa. 

OL 22 ^7 20 CC riBfiil T G«idid.-5. !&la ia ImtttoB bora. Tfaat la coxract. 

8crd» tte Mdical data paaa cnrar Cmemurfcak and ve vill pick 

it V9 evor CoBarioa. 
01 22 ^7 36 C Ofeay. Sov eOfoUt 70a gat a Terlfi^tioa cm tte ojliBdor 

apaod of tte D-2 axporlMiBt coaiBg up. 
01 22 kj- %7 CC Ite vaod of ^ S-S la I/I25. 
01 22 IfrT 5^^ 0 At itet f -atop? 
01 22 ^7 59 CC Saj acainy plaaao. 



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01 22 ^ 


Oil' 


C 


At liat f -vtopT Owmr. 


01 22 


52 


CC 


GtmiaL'^t 0 




01 22 ^ 


05 


C 






01 22 ^ 


06 


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OL 22 %9 


20 


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01 22 ^ 


02 


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ftiMlnf-5f G 




Oai 22 ^ 




c 







01 ffi 5^ 06 CG I'^ip^ JWU jDBi glTW 'm « l at ftoi it en tomt sviib bus 

BO. a"l0*te. 
(XL ^ 59 lid C Bpftr, Jiwt • Blattte. 
01 22 59 25 7 B«g»r^-lV» fillfl 26.0. 
01 22 59 26 OC Ba«»r. . 

01 22 59 77 GO KLltftf <(I»I4 lUie to thlak ifeont th> ttot 

iN»« i9dBt«« to you, soft If yott tev* sagr i ii— nf * t^'ll 
dtftouw tlM irt.tb ^ Ite dtctM tlilji pus. 

01 22 ^ )l6 C Otaar. 

01 23^ 00 22 P <3iay9 tklt Is « B-l. Xt*s • jUmrnt aad ve'r* vslug filji 

dMk3. tticlac tte ptetuxw fit 13^tOO. 

23 C6 15 CC awtnl, GkeSSltvob. Wb ter« iaEiant « alwta to LOS. 

8tuAiac>7. 

<». 23 06 20 C Bogsr, Cusunron. Ttadt rcM. 



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01 23 33 19 P Otoy- IfeP «>i« *«*»^ D-l, AlSiM C^«t«arl, day 

eej, X3^^see, c««»l«t«d «t I3:253<X>, roar p£eter«» fUa 
3)i«L, 1/60. 

03. 23 23 kl f Trii^aA lAth tlw p«i«o^. 

GQAHMS 

OL 23 12 CC Gmai*5« Qamymma CAB cm. •iwndiag by. 

«l 23 37 ai^ C »M" «» "to lottrtoB that tb* C ■■ml Pilot's 

MFtlelt iMU bianavd oat. 
01 23 37 30 CC Otey, rwdiii* joa poorly. Could jM«t atoout 

jott, Gorio. Try it csftlB. 
01 ^ 37 35 C nmn, a» fiMiw^ mot** retlclo, ■labt roticla, has 

o«t. Xtot will mttmct torn of tlw osqpcrlwBto. 
01 23 37 ^ CC * Ofei^. Z 0Ot that. 

01 23 3S 02 CC B^. j9a ^rlad •wttehlBg to your Mcood aleaentT 

01 23 36 10 C Aagar. iWo triod all tho o l i Mnt a. 

01 23 3S 1^ CC Bo^nr.; Do you naad aegr otliar inftnaatlefiY 

01 23 39 19 C B^Bit£ve, I dea*t boliore ao. 

01 23 30 21 CC Ctay. 1it*ll jamt ataad by hero. 

01 23 39 39 CC Gtai^. roa*z« looklii« raal good h«r« cm tha grotrnd. 

01 23 3? Ii2 C 9Sf9^» tivodc yoiu 

SOUSTCK 

01 23 ^3 01 OC r<itnt'-5j Houston hera atandlag by. 



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01 23 i*3 05 C awKP, ^wwtewu Ganlal-S. baraed out tiM 

01 23 >»3 17 C Toa ttisli^ tevtt « U-^Ib tdk vitb tlM fUi^ pUnwIng 

pa^tU. 1ter*ye mXSaf «• Jtfftt « littl* "bit taoo fall. 

eu*t c»t tlie ttviltMBt pot tosttiwr aad to» apArt 
IB tte jUs* ttaer*re ptKmni tfalags te«e^r. 

01 23 k3 S9 CC Ooy, Ck»«o,, 1*11 -Met c <*»ck on ttot. 
01 23 ^3 3^ CC Let jott fl» tb£a«; yeu triad «11 tl» coii^iBa- 

of eox^ aaa atill^ «>tl«ts ibat go alrag vltb this 
' m^t ^tft la caa* it's Myt t)M al^jbt md oaa of ^ 

cords iMtaadI 
01 23 %3 ^ C Bo|nr « 

0123^3^5 CC OIny. X aort of auapactad jcm bad. 

01 23 '»3 95 CC Z tfaiak one of ttaa fUgbt plaitBlttg prcA>lc«B, Qoxdo^ la 

wm*r9 mat bLtMod vltb tee— the vMtbar la oot too 
eoed teday. 8e thay'rr trylag to atlcfc tb«i In lAare 
tbay*^ «vi eaed iwathar, aa& I thiak lt*a puttias a bunch 
of ^aa tofetbar. 

01 23 U 06 C lea, iwU, aoae of tbaae lite o& higb slda tbare vara 

bMS^ ens* bai^ ri^t togs^iar, and we Joat ca&*t 
de ^MM ^at eloae toa»1te>. It*a rsttaar pom plauiag. 

01 23 M» ll^ CC Okay. 

01 23 ^ 15 P ^ got to vatdi ttaaaa leaa cbaneas. We*v« got evaxy 

^•ee 0f caar la 1&» ^ptte«cz«ft floating mrvamBL In twre 
trjrlBS to kaep up vltta it. 



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01 23 


Ml 


23 




01 23 




hi 


ec 


01 23 


M 


m 


c 


01 23 






cc 


01 23 




12 


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01 23 




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01 23 




29 


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atjr^ b«j, Bvtc. Godai-S^ SMwtiai bare. Ifty to*t ytm 

BtiLlo ^wMt He Sstst passed over Soqpicoj Rev Mexico. 

B^lo Item. Sew** all tte boy* aoing? 
a» tim . 

3lM%*8 eaod. ffe SiMsed Moatersy, idilcb s ee — d to 
b* miter Ite ovcrcut. And I tx^jtd to eat tii* alr>srouad 
dea» ct tiovleo aaA Z ^vt <»• qul^ pictu« ^ it. 
23 ^5 29 CC fikay. 
01 23 ^ ^ CC Say, Uataa^ you know you ml4^% be sort of t h i a fc in g about 

£«rate paas aa& vtet ttaa ws a tt wr la aaft vbather you 
tiHiik yea eas back tbvi.^ It loeka like you're ajjraady 
coat bgr ttet M<aa, b«t if It Iseka too dowiy up iAmr*, 
uliy dcB*t you 1st us know, 
01 23 C Okay. 

01 23 ^9 ^ C Wa aot est ^a IST l^itt aitimr bacaaaa va aarer did 

^ tka ^Mtfism fiOl^ alimd bafosa tte ... 
03. 23 ^ 09 OB Okay. QBtarataad ymKra net sol4« to ba ia>l* to do ttaa 

OOP %ai^; Za -yMit eoTT^l 
^ 23 ^ 13 C M*ll cfaA it a try kara. Ws*rs tryiag to gat back la 

ktxa «aA gat the platfoxa alia»d a little bit aaytaov 

^lat mo m eaa do it. 



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01 23 li6 19 CC Okay. 

00. 23 ^ 3^ CC QmmS»X~% Eoarboa imrm* I b^ievw if you can't 0>t tb« 

^irnktom ^tktmA ca^l«t^, iten you gvt pot 
It iA QA%t llBt« «ai tlMtt idwi Toe g«t tbxoo^, eoae 

«^ tan AfoK iriuft tlM teartam acaaaar oatfut la, 
lAiat tte piUtfoem aacLM ««, tte «irfeMaea 

ttaa z««L aB8laa' ««z« mA «tet ^wor laiieated ones 



01 23 i»7 09 C Usa'lX tbrew It in teva x«al qaieki Juat oom aeeoad till 

It 

01 23 <»7 15 CC Bag. 



01 23 li8 at P «a7. rra—nr Tig tfaa W Vaat naw. Via*7a la tte 



W rt*^%i*TC 9^ ^owq^ to d a j^aaa laA «a*ra on tba 



01 23 ^ 37 CC 
01 23 ^ C efe^. SIlfMBS to Adapfcar. 

01 23 ^ 06 0 GPajr* a^ftlag ^aeft t» AMartij. Aad «a*ra rifiit at tha 

top Mv, 

01 23 >9 07 P Ofeay, aldfUiis l»ack to Baaa^. A»a wa*z« rl^it at tha 



01 23 '»9 36 C rawisslaft U dasraaa. 



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C 


Okigr*^ a^f^iJts ^tek tat Mmsmmr, 


OH 23 


C 


gtrt rttn TitirlT w itoaBtxy. jh^wo? wbsc w mqt Mfututg 
to hbT 


01 a3 Ji9 ^ 


CO 




01 83 ^ 57 


c / 


oair, AaKlii OB B»«atxy. 


01 Z3 ^ M 


ce 




Ok t3 50 


p 




oa. 50 19 


c 


n^ftitmi iMek to nuitey* 








01. 23^ ^ Ji8 


p 


«h<ft1»y taaai to iMgfaty. .Aagrtao^ to Mgr wytkiai 
to wT 


01 ^ 50 58 


p 




01 0^ 


p 


Ofeii7« «h^lft^ 1>«^ to Adoftor. 


01 23 50 26 


p 


Sbiftias tedt to BmiiUi* 


01 23 50 ii6 


p 


Ofcaj^ rtiiftSsg to Aftag^<ur» I'm k^gri:^ fbr 10 M<se«a». 


01 23 50 » 


p 


Ckajr, aMftot to AAKptor ..• tor 10 Moaate. 


01 23 ^ 02 


p 


Ck^r. W»'r8 vtiU «• Aoagptor, hOiUllin •fefStoott v«ll. 


01 2S $1 £0 


p 


Ck^Tc ^iftli^ to BBMtapy. 


01 23 ^ 9S 


p 


0k^« fblft to Adaptor. 


01 23 51 >ta 


p 


Sbimag to BMtttanr. Z*« kitylss ftar 10 wces^* 


01 23 52 oe 


p- 




01 23 5? 07 


p 


aiinifiS t» Adaptor. 


01 23 52 26 


p 


flUifUag toek to 


01 23 ^ 1^3 


c 


^tla ottili^ to b« la« pmt it by aov. 



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218 



01 23 53 12 P SWLfHap to BMWtry. 

at 23 53 89 F SWmd to AdMS^* 90, 1*11 to it *» thi* 



OL 23 53 ^ F Sift ^ 1* 

CAHAHi 

(ML 23 58 20 CC QmtaiL'3, tld.» la Cmwy CAP CCM. 
01 23 58 23 P H»lio, Cuny, G«ii*i*i-5, «»• 

01 23 58 27 CC IteiK-, •>»*cti«» « wood pw.««rt and • ■•did 

jttUe OB th« CofcWtt* PUot. irpttOA 11J» *o «o « fwl 
CU S^tio« 1 PBi«^«t1* tbt ftlot- 

01 23 58>3 C ltof«r, fb^ ComfuA fi^ot U e^iJ^ ^^^^^ 

Md 1*11 atM^ a fiwl cmlX 9*s^ oo tii« lo. 1 oawtloa, 

01 23 58 5H CC aDgKp/ w«ld yoa «. » i**di«8 oa 

qawtl^ xMdiag* 
01 23 59 P <5€tL Ig'dMSW 780- 

01 23 59 08 CC >o«ur« waW you givo «• fuol ^2 
01 23 59 11 P 93^ 8© P^' 

012359 21 CC StaBril toy ftar thB liytroitt pura* o» Mark. 

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01 23 59 38 


p 


ajrauro^nft puxtlBB coopuxe. stua ojr tot fimx ucjll 
pajns» la 15 Meeaifl . 


oe 00 00 oa 


p 


^ttl Muk. 


02 00 00 


cc 




€6 00 00 29 


(X 




02 00 00 S9 


T 




OS 00 00 3D 


cc 


Tott*t« tevtag t>«Rd>l* witb this blood pi«Mux« cvft* 



02 00 


01 1^9 


P 


02 00 


01 


CC 


02 00 


02 06 


oc 


02 06 


02 06 


p 


OS 00 


02 11 


cc 



tm%^ t$xWKt it ud 09 ea t« tb» 
02 00 00 3^ P Roffpr. 

02 00 00 ^ P GaKUd-5 to GuMo? S^S9wa. loti'v* sot jnaar caff to 

fan w^i» 9tA Mv lt*« blMdiag off Mftljtflictorilj. 
02 00 01 06 P Qw Mast* to pttx«e eo^plrU* 

02 00 OX 10 CC Ite lHP*» * saod bljooA ia«map». ■* m wmxk idwa you 

02 00 01 14 P BUoi^tMS «»retM aov. 

02 00 01 4? CC Ttet's fiat, it loete ilka he h«d qpxite a littlft problM 

fptkij^ tte ... 
BUglBnlm tJM •xnelM aov. 
Btafttttg ttie blood j^uar* nov. 
Tear ct^ is fall ^sl«. 

Aisl coXl Og pox^ aams^aita, ciOMover ralw cloMd. 
Rs^er, voold you gi-w u« a resdlagf « ^putltj zMdlag 
ea ftMl cell B^*' 



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02 CO 02 31 CC aoB«r, Gealni-5, would jou give us a readUg, quantity 

TMtdias oa fual cell ^ pl^asa? 

02 00 02 37 CC Wa bava a good blood laraaaurt. Sta ndi a g "bj for your 

watar iad ^U«p raptart. 

02 00 Oe 5l^ P " Bogar, oa tte aUep, v both alept, tbe Pilot alapt for 

atwot a full 6 houra laat nitfit. Urn fn— i i i ^ Pilot, at 
tbm mm tlpa, ala^ 1^ a good 3 iiowra. Aiat a Bisute 
and X*X1 gat you tiia i«t«r raport, bara, 

02 00 03 12 CC Wntld yau avltcb P^ Call <iiiaBtity Bead ta Fuel Call Bg 

p^LaaaeT 

02 00 03 26 CC ^MBtlty BMd to ICS 0^ plaasc. 

(tt 00 03 30 C Bo^nr, M of rSglKt aov tba Ooaaaad Pilot baa drunk 

U poiaSa of vat«>. And 12m Filat baa dmnk 10 pouada 



Oe 00 03 51 CC GaaibbloS, Ctmay te:^gaca. tteSerataad 11 pouikda, Cc 

Ptlat^ oft 10 peuada 3 ooocaa. Pilot. Giva ae an indication 
et ttaa dagraa of dqptt (tf ala^ for tbe CcmmuA Pilot, 

02 00 02 P PMty 4aep. 

02 00 Ol^ 03 CC llea», e«)MX7 atatioa out. 

02 00 Oi^ 06 CC You can niteh your . . . Bogar< Sfarytiking iookad good 

*«y4»ig ttat paaa. Sbin^ look good bara in Bouatra. 
02 00 6^ 19 CC Bogar . 

02 QO or 3^ P Coaaanoa itSO aa^imea, Juat alitfttly paat Kaoo. 

Oe 00 07 M P Kov pftcb bat^ vp acaSa to ttia ksrlam. 



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02 00 oa U P «o», 4o JO« wwrt to 137 and 8«t tlds aodlacal U^t thifig 

oitt of tbe W7 or aotY 
08 00 06 19 C gtating rl|0b(t «rto It rlfJtEt aow, ne? 

08 00 06 P IM. 

02 00 06 26 C IfeU, l«t*» try It later. T iitott^t «e wer« a^pjoMd to 

ao ttet iKter OB in tbe siMtSB. I«t*d 4bo it Ifttar. 
Hbj^ w «eaH gat to It. 

Oe 00 OS 36 P Ton taxH tev* • gun si^^ •<> w're «Diae to lwv« to Jwt 

giMs mt it, ttBylHw. 

02 00 06 98 C l*m trylag to «tay off ^ doods bn« . . . 

02 00 09 02 P omgr, as veil st^ tfaat, tlwt'a good eaougli. 

02 00 09 10 P Hcva we g/st^ma. back up to tiie boorlsm yet? 

02 00 09 IS C lot quite. 

oe 00 29 P We ovar wtar or Af ricaT 

02 00 C9 31 C Ifa^ra @mc Jbfrica. 

oa 00 09 3^ P Kano atiU tfiould ba cettisg ... 

02 00 09 36 C Tea. 

02 00 09 38 C OlEay, baek 19 to tlie HerisoB. 

02 00 09 U P AH ri|^. Cei^tad the IM»/1^7 ^ at l4il0:00. 

CARHARVOir 

02 00 3? IS CC G^sUtL'^ OBTBarvoat. lit hmrm aotliiag for tou thie pase; 

Btaodlsg by. 

02 00 35 2% C All ri|^, Carnanroi, tlMidca. 



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02 00 


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36 


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UooLd jon acrttfy HoastoB \rm*r* BOtag to Mm th« Zodlaeal 










Ll#it bparUwst until « later tlM. 


02 00 


35 




cc 


Sttjr agAia tta* 9xptrimtab, 


02 00 


35 




c 


Zodiacal LL^t. 


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02 00 


35 


50 


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That's tha S-1 Tuimi t—nt 


P2 00 


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Tllgbt aajrs olu^* 


02 00 


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00 


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iOl rifl^. 


02 00 


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IS 


cc 


n«a1nt, Carnarvon. Flight adrlMs ttaat if you fe«l you* re 










too boay on aar of -Uiese sad want to drop it, to » ahead 










■ad drop it, ud ttMy'll reschedule* 


02 00 


36 


26 


c 


Okay, thanlc jovl. 


02 00 


i»0 


37 


cc 


Please staad by your platfozu power-up for UHF check. 


02 00 


i»o 


^3 


p 


G«adiii-5. 


02 00 


ilO 


58 


p 


Boger, FlmXtoTm. is starting to vaza upm 


02 00 


in 


00 


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Roger* 


02 00 


5^ 


18 




GcMiBi-5, Geadni-5, this Is Houston here. Over* 


02 vO 


5* 


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24 


c 

* 


Go ahead, Houstoa, Geaini-5* 


02 03 


5i» 


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Boger, G(»lai-5, this is Hourtoo. I'va got a couple of 










- aessagiSB for you. X want to brief yoa a little <m this 










readezrmu, lAaX we're planning on doing. 


02 00 


5l» 


38 


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8t^ again. 


02 00 


51* 


in 


cc 


R^er, I hare soim aessages for you, and I want to brief 



you on vhat we're going to do during the rendezvous. 



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02 00 5^ ?2 C Okay, gnx abMd. 

02 00 ^ 55 CC All rl^t- 15» wataiwr fiwr jaar D-6 over Hace i» about 

5/10 oXoai cov«z»«». Teu altfit kaop -Uuit la aiad and If 
fmx yea can*t Mka It vltli tiiat typ* of cloud coverafla 
to 3amt akip it. But ve do vaat to advise you that ttaare 
will ba about 5/10 covarage. Do jrou understaadT 

02 00 55 25 C ... 

02 QO 55 27 CC Okay, I'd like to talk about the reticle now. Do you 

have tba rlieoatat that vaa added to tbe reticle to help 
dim it? • 

02 00 55 UO C Yea sir, I bave&'t been uaing It. 

02 00 55 M» CC Ckay. It* a aot plugged in then. la -Uiat correct? 

02 00 55 ltd C Ifo, I haven't been using the rbeoatet* 

02 00 55 5U CC Oiuy, va thou^^t that if you had the rheostat plugged in 

that that night have been what failed. Ve wanted you to 

take it out. If you don't have it In, I guess ve don't 

have to worry about that. 
02 00 56 13 CC GeKLni-5, Hou8t<a here again. We would like to have you 

bring your coaputer on at about 15:1^ in the Prelaiinch 

Mode so that we can update your 33-1 tlaes. 
02 00 56 30 C CBcay, coaster on la Prelatinch at 15:20. 
02 00 56 3i^ CC Baeatlve, 15:1^*. That's 15:1^:00. GeBial-5» Houston here. 

I'll s^ tike coapiter-on ti»e again. It' a sacond day; 

it's 15:1'>:00. 



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02 00 57 «^ C Jte^wr, lt'« XSsHnOQ. 

02 00 57 08 OC BpcKT^ msm-mt VM vmOimoaB It't solas to atari at 

0ttJ6i^tX% nwt vlU b« jrooar first bttzn. lt*U 
dbo«t 1 b»tt' sad 15 altt^p MiQkUt* tim taBaxm 
r*adbcTM», tlHKre vlU bC tb» ftrar auMmn ttet v« 
polsted oat •viler. He vant «te yea. stcrt tbe 
>»afl»fvfwit, iHm you your «NMqptstftr oo for tb» first 
tlm, tM*d like te bcre jeu leese It oa. lour flnt two 
tiypdatee for the cooepotwr vUl be done through the DCS> and 
aoy ebasses will t;qpdat^ to joa- via voice at a later 
tlK. Tow seocmd two «an»itv«ra vlll be aent to you 
by rol<M, asA wa vaat you to jut them la tliroat^ tbe MDIU. 
TM^ wa caa einrelse the groaaft aad lOao the MDIU. 
Do you taiderataad.? 



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Gealsl-5, did you gat that on the readeivous? 


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Jtofiar, ve get that. 


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Okay, very good. 


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Good woraiMi, Gordo. 


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Gord«a^ ve're tzylag to follow this sleep and food pretty 



eloady down here, and we're havlae soaM trotfl>le getting 
atnlght froK the re^rda that ve have, what you have there. 
We talked to Elliot about this aad what first ve got yoa 
down f^, nn^hly about 13 hoars or slmmjf In your case. 



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Arm jcm taATlBg any re«l fMlixkg of fatlgtM, €lth*r joa. 
or Fstej today? 

02 00 59 2$ C Berry, we're well rested, ve ^oth slept ell night last 

02 00 59 29 CC Very SPo&t Tery good. Gordtm, an you doing any extra 

exsreiseT 

02 00 59 ^7 CC G«Klni-5j GeBini-5> this is Hotiston Surgeon, do you r«ad7 
02 00 59 51 C Tea, we read you. 

02 00 59 53 Bl^, GordeoB, are you doing any extra exereislag o^r 

tksB "^oee pr^praaaed on the passes? 
02 01 00 20 CC G«iBi-5, this is Houstea Surgeon. 
02 01 00 2J» b . Go abead. 

02 01 00 27 CC Qordon, did yo« read - we would like to know if you enr 

doing any extra exercises other than ^ast the pulls that 
are associated with a data pass. 

02 01 00 36 C AffizwtiTB. 

02 01 00 38 CC Vary good. 

02 01 OO liO CC Okay on the food list, Gordon, ve have down that you have, 

are down to aeal B, Beal B on day 2, i^eh wtmld aean 
according to the packaging and stowage list thst you have 
coa^tc portions of four Beals, four aeals. Is that affin? 

02 01 01 Oti^ C Yes, 

02 01 01 25 CC Ge«ini-5, this is Houston Surgaon. Do you read? 
02 (XL 01 26 C Yes, are you reading us? 



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02 01 01 itO €!t G«adal-5f this Is Boustoti Surges We are not reading 
02 OL 01 it6 C fiQser ... 

GUAIMAS 

02 (». 11 OU CC GuftTnas CAP CCH. 

02 01 U 07 P 5 be«i. 

02 01 11 06 CC S9» «ra foa doing? 

02 Ql n 11 F ... pl^f ozB ... 

02 01 11 17 <X Rosfer, via WKot you to t«an joia' C-AOapter Bmkmi to ^ 

e»tlwHR» pMltioB «t tbla tt»B. V«a naet jEm to lMy« 
it OS airiae all ^ wa»u7ors, Juat lesv« It ia tbat 
poaltloa.^ 

02 01 U 26 P C-Mm^t CoatiJDuoaa. 

02 01 U aB OC deiqr^ do aot vaat you to power dovn f\ial i^ll sTOtlon 

Ho/l, 

02 01 U 31^ P Ho, «• von't. 

02 01 11 36 CC Okaj. Tnni tbo oov«t*r oa at 15:ll»:00. 
02 01 U ^ F firm m» a mA, 

Q^OLUkk CC Qu^, Z11 glYO jra « aurk. He vest it at Frelauaeh Xodo 

at tlMit tlae. Tou 1^ eO^out 3 alatttos. 
OS 01 U 52 P Hev «lb««t a GiCr tlBe lioek? 
02 01 11 ^3 CC Okay, e««Ukg oa 15:12 oo agr aaxic! 3, 2, 1, 



02 01 12 00 CC 
02 01 12 Oe P Okay. 



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02 01 12 07 CC . Did fen. 0it It or do job wrat m to eiv« you tme et 13? 

Oe 01 12 U F V€ m» matter oat at I3* 

02 01 la 12 CC Okaar. Cta igr mat it irLU b« 15:13.^00. loa givt id>ot£t 

02 01 la 92 OC Steal 1^ ^ 3, 2, 1, 

oe od 13 00 OC itek. 

OS 01 13 12 cc «kiQr* Std 70a gat thKtT 
02 01 13 15 F ItatV tf£Sn»tii«. 
02 01 13 19 cc All ri^ 

13 56 oc QktsFt tan «be covntmr on to tte Pmlttuneh Nod* at this 
tiM. 

02 OH 14 01 P Coqpnter tm. 

02 CO. 16 32 CC QMijii-5» tkls is BoastoB CAP COM tere. So not botlwr 

tammarUm mnnm* J««t vmBtvd to tell 70a tM*M 
mmSita^ 19 « DCS lead. 
02 01 17 04 CC GwUi-^, tlki» is agvtfton fa»r«. So sot ^/-fc^^i ^^^ this 

u 8« «ftrls^ ym fafv« • GO ffer 47-1 a3ai wt'r* 
19 th« T^*s «adl ttas r»tro loads for your eoipater. 
80 y«a*ll b« 9rttiag sow DCS li^^. 
02 <a 17 21 P Oa£bd.-5, rogw. 

02 d 19 22 OC GaKttti-5, loostcm tera. Vbn you ^rt^ thxwi^ vlth your 

1^ do»'t ycAi giiPc us a call. Ite've got a eoopla 

of 

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llki» to jwi t«« yoar oam^r off «t tlil« ti». 
Aiat soMsr the co^pwWr dtw* aoMfcUy* 
08 01 19 10 C Ito«^f» ceifljtttw'** o«. 

02 01 1912 CC ,1. lite to h«»« yoa jcor pUtft,« « aftwr 

^ W««t. Ratber tJu« P««ni« 1* 

02 01 19 25 C flta^r. 

02 01 19 ?r cc Tb. «ai «^ ftr imF T.rt 1« be« cl«««.d fro- 

139 to 132. So r*w »«» ^ ^ 

•gala, 132 dogreo* roll l*ft. 

02 01 19 '»6 C 132 4NPm> 1*"' 

02 01 19 52> CC Hogwr. 

02 01 19 53 CC MA joa 9>* GO tor kl-1, rta^tl 

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Oe 01 19 ^ CC Okaj. It hvn tSm jaa could give us your GO/lKM^ 

HirinMjte, aaad if M M^ll Jsvk Alp tt tert. 

oa 01. 22 05 p niMMiM liMi » ^ lo. 2 «t «^ ttM on Iteantry. 

02 01 22 11 p B<i|[lwaig agr T*st no. a »i tkl* on Baratry. 

C» (a 22 23 P ftjbmig to Adulter. 

02 OH 22 ^5 P Sklftlag to BMBtry. • 

02 01 22 59 P aBk^pi& 10 mcaaA hWfmU. Sbiftlag to AdqptM^. 

02 01 23 09 F Sbiftisg to Adi^ptor. 

02 01 23 23 P Shl#U3^ to KMBtry. 

02 01 23 38 P gfetfW— to Jdigiter. 

02 01 23 50 F S&imag te BtaBtry. 

02 01 23 59 P k^lag for ID aecoBda. 

0Z(a. 2kG9 F 8hirt«4 to Ateptor. 

02 01 2V 23 P StolftUs to BMBtiT' 

•02 01 2J» 33 P Qttiathnmaiai a toat c«wt; 1, 2, 3, K 5, ^, 3, 2, 1. 

02 01 2% %3 P 8blftU« to Afaprtor. Givl^ Bkxwla a teat cooat: 

1, 2, h ^* 5, ^, 3, a, 1. 

02 (». 2>^ 59 P I'M ka7ii« f«r 10 awsooda. 

02 01 25 09 P Stttmac to li a uli/ . 

02 01 25 a6 P Shmiiag to Adaptor. 

02 25 ^5 P Shimag to Iteaat^. 

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(tt 02 07 52 C Go lih— d, CKMrroia, GiMdsi-S. 

02 02 or 5^ CC Sm0 tbt Pildt bK¥« til* Oz«l ... aov for « Mdtt(»l 

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02 02 eil OX C Z'a eoiffiUas 19 aov. 
02 (S 06 3^^ . C Blood prmyr* !■ ... 
C» 02 06 36 OC Tour caff Im fuU ac«l«» 

02 02 09 CC GmdaX*^, Queamrvo^ SurgsoB. W tera • good tolood 

sa«s«B«f «Bd vc tare • ^oed oral Mast. Rtnmllng 
bj for •xnrdfie on joor Mxic, 

02 Oe 09 39 C BtmoA by. 

02 02 09 ^1 C Muk. 

02 02 10 22 CC Tour count Is full seal*? 

02 % 10 5^ CC 4aS vft tav» ft good aocoad blood pzmnre. I aasuae 
" yoa Bolttaor had «B3r ftlo^ yoor iMt report, 

but I vlll tako a wat^ ^piata if yen bsrm It. 

02 02 11 Ol» C All ti^s^ 

02 Oe U 33 CC eniiML-$r CaraarvoB diq«Bcai. Staaidlag by for yrnvt 

watar rajc»rt. 

02 02 11 38 C %tKr, «« dMB^t tara asqr fturtter rqsort atnce 

aa gnr« caa at MX!. 

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02 02 11 ^ CC CarBunron eftP OQN» Ibst la your rtartua fer 

ATM 

02 Oe 11 5^ C ... 60. 

02 oe 11 56 CC ^iogn, you'r* gfolag to craai; 1*11 ^ptete toot ^ 

clodc tor WL kf'l, 
02 Oe 12 02 C Okay. 

02 OS 12 1^ P GcTBitt^v^ am jpoa r— dy to easy rMAeute tor 
02 02 12 25 CC BQ9n'» 99 ahMd. 

02 02 12 2% P lA !«•& 7 IB n«S 7f IC rtsd 8^ 2A r««d 6.5/ 

2S rMft 6.0, 2C read 6.9# Mln ^voltasB 26.2, 
RCS A UpPMmire 290, 70, BiB6 B S80, 

Ui ^p araU ira 60, l«ft Swoadarj Og-o^^OO, right 
flaeornaary CU— 5250. 



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02 02 1^ 36 ec nwui 1, C«»»r»ott aa^iOB* «tiil trTias *<> 

« FMN^i'* biadl* <m ^mt food e«Maiaii>itmi* Would 

joa eotfTM for « «Mrt Ca»d PUfl* ud Pilot 

bof& ted tlm* sMl* en «^ 1, mt, 
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datetM import. Ilij** to atfttt* 
ovrt 7»t, boll? 

<te oe 15 07 CO Th»t»« « nHNii^} flS^ MqFi that did aot 

e*^ it. 

02 02 15 1^ C A^Uatoa^tlw metea back tter*. 

02 02 X5 a& CC s«ar ttSBia. 

02 OS 15 23 CC G*idai-5, CWfWTTOB C*P C€R, (kH-do, th^had troaibla 

xmlYlic throu«^ GMitoB utas yo^ i«ve givljifi ^t 
Mgert. Itov ask Ub for it seala. 
02 02 15 37 C We*T» bad fiowr asals to d«t», rad i«»r« «a asal 2C. 

¥a ted tw» on n»t digr and two raatMday, «ad «o*s 

not Mti^ all of Itj ana na faiil fiaa but «e Jiwt doa»*t 
all of 1%. 



02 02 16 12 CC OcviKi, CmuTcn CA? CCM. Iit*rc atwadiBg by. 

02 02 16 17 C AU did y«a ««t tet tmpctr^ oa the ftod? 

02 02 16 20 OC Bastir, ai^ <^&Mr> 

02 02 3^^^(0 CC G«iiai. 

92 02 ^ 1^7 P Oe ■faMA, BivaU, -Ibts U Gottt&i-?. 

02 02 35 00 P anMli^ QMdai*?. Tb« calliagl 

02 02 35 11 OG StaaA bj, Gaadsl-?. 

02 02 35 31 ec 6«al»i-51, IMS !■ imii. I bar* « mmovw aptete 

02 02 35 36 P Oft abMd. 

02 02 35 37 CC Are you rttaOiae by to eopyT 

02 02 35 to P Ammtl^. 

02 08 35 W CC fiogtr, tte (319 i» 50;ii9:56, V» bum i« 21.1 feet 

per Mc<»i, Xtelta T SB mmxuiMf core 25 90211, core 26 
•11 leros, eere 27 all t«roe. 

02 36 23 P Bo«er» gtve as tbe tlae of tte bura agaia, please. 

<^ Qfi 36 25 CC Tbft tiae of ^ bun^ c«rree^«l to tb» tlM (rf tbe 

bora. Is if9» breek. It's 50:4^:57. 

02 02 36 36 P Tbat*a ^ (SSS, bov Aaa% tbe 997 

02 02 36 46 CC Tbmt dG Is I6f%9:57. 

02 02 36 56 CC Sid TDu eoggr, GeBtini-5r 

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Oe €e ^ 47 GC Bogmr, bvt be advisor tbat tte target viU be tli^tlj 

dowi na0» fyoa ■>• ilma «#*rt iislne those yolatlttg 
a«gltf s tbat ve g«v«k jpa, aaA 4hwtr^!«r vill be 
ecMMvlMt betilii^j 

02 02 53 oe c Apen** 

02 02 53 3D P «st • real 0Md look at Imton tetey. 

02 6e ;3 35 CC noen?, U it ralaljas dopim beMT 
02 oe 53 38 P tea, ve ^eold see dMr lafee, aaA ^ ... lam, 
02 02 53 ^5 (X lev about Ceste^^, could yiiu see <yw Csst«>t 
*02 02 53 ^ P Tb»«*e a cLoud rlgbt t^exe eoae iIjm* over you, Z 

tkUk. Z eaA*t quite aake it out. 
02 02 5^ 03 P Z eee a big, long^ vklte trmil of sMke Oowa tbe 

eeater of tbe bay t^icmi^. 
02 02 07 CC ftigar. 

02 02 5^ aB CC QmaM-% fiKiatoft bera. Wa votild like to aend up 

jTwrr TVT tnail nmr fm jmr vmrt ■aitainiri, ai>jr Hwe 
you'ra reaily. 

02 5^ 34 C Bo«ar, voold jou v«it ontf 

02 5it^ 5^ C eh^, jstt eaa aead it up any tlae. 

02 02 5^ 56 OC Sog»r. X uaOarataiid TMire leadjr aov. 

02 02 55 ^3 CC aesiM-5, Hooatoa bare. Toa na««B*t ansner this 

-fapi n i t iat^ but ve eeat tte DGS leed and ve*ll give 
Toa aa eipaate baaed U.S. traclciBg over Aacenaioa. 



02 55 57 CC Vfai'te amM cestflm jomr atfminar. Ws've 9»tt*tt 
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02 Qfii 57 19 C Hottstoi, GiMioi-5> «i«»*t f»t him. vxvtty 

02 oe 57 2L P i«r SMre b* is! 

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02 02 57 26 CC Gto7. Go idMd sod io it oa ttet ttffa. ^ ship- 

tba t«««t that tto*!* lookiag f or tiMold • 

pikir ^ tnte* B« 811^04 btm tte detrtrogptr guard 

out tlMa« vith hiB. 
02 (S 57 ^ P ItefortottKtdjr, vltbout ttaa fftmsii^t, the fi^ of 

Ti«« ott acopo aad tfae ccnMOW art too aaall vt& I 

caa^t flM hia la it. 
02 02 57 58 CC tegar. I*« the vatar coi^lieataa it haeauaa om 

pitcsa of vater looloi Uka aaotbar pLoee. 
02 02 58 P Kill, it's saasias l>ov asU I csa sas throiigjx 

Qasstar laas, bat I jut c«a*t est it off Iba 

track it because tfas field of -triaw !• too aamnr. 
02 02 58 19 CC lov stbottt tbs four-pownr telescope, F^te? 
02 02 58 21 P Oto' field of viev is too aarrov oa it. 



02 02 58 2»» CC Urtta, Vf «& ^pd*t« f or yoa on «»• 

tlM Pf ... 

02 02 58 27 P ... BO Ctopdo c«tt stick it rt^ on M» aal 

tfan I»4 iMMi It. 

02 oe 58 30 CC Ito«M>. I*^ «»t «a aptetod ti» ftar ywr aw* ""ewor. 
02 02 58 37 P a^y^in. 

02 02 58 38 CC I h<wo «a upd«t«d tim for jour a*xt Mamtvur. Are 

jott rMd7 to casv^ 
02 02 58 it9 C rM4j to eosv* Souaton, Go akoarl. 

02 02 58 51 CC Okay. It»» 02;17:3»>:35. I W aeKlA* 02:17:3^:35. 
02 02 59 05 C Bogw, ana yeu kava lo«4»d tkl« la tha cencntar. I» 

-Oiat ^rrMtf 

02 02 59 08 CC We haw loadad tto« Delta V In tha coajiurtar. We have to 

relay tte tlaie 1>7 vole*. 
02 02 59 15 C Itoger, I miOerstana that, but you hare loadad the 

mumvmc Load. 

59 19 CC &>s»r. It*a been leaded and verified and we'll t^mds. 

the U.S. tracks data and giva jou as^ fttrther updates 
that are aacaaaary over AscmuIoi. 
02 02 59 30 C Beser. 
02 02 59 1^6 CC aeHiiti-5> bMBton. 
02 02 59 ^ C Go abaad, Gaalai-5. 

(to tove a teetion 2 purge at ttxlm tljae alao. Will you 

be able to handle that? 



02 02 59 51 CC 



02 (» 59 59 C Ofw OiB*«r, rl^ aow. 

02 03 00 <S. OC ^8bt adv. 

02 03 00 02 C CBMQr, 

02 03 00 04 CC ftwtty tewy* i«'t m 

Cffi 03 00 06 C mrlir» *y kytojgsn par§it 

02 03 00 12 cc BeOBr. 

02 03 00 26 C BySresn pVETgt co^piLete* StwA Vjr for Og sparge eo 



02 03 02 36 C O2 pat«» U cdi^Ute, 

02 03 U 50 CC G«HiBi-5, Gaai&l-5, SoMtea tem. 
02 03 U 55 P Aaigmr, Bouatott, G«bU1-5 

02031157 OC Ibg^. m htc9* yvMr wgamwrvr vspemtm. Art you rMdy to 

02 03 12 03 P 

02 03 12 05 CC IkigO', She «3fr of burn 1» 02:17:34:31. lh«t»i 02:1?:34:31. 

Sdt* 15.2, 15.2. Til* )nirn %im fa 20, 20 that is. Pitch 
±• 0, fn U O, aft f irlag thra«t«2« mBOxm— 25 00152. I 
Mgr afBiB •adr««s 25 is OOL52. AdOress 26 is all ssrt^. 
Aiftz«tt 27 is six xercM. 

02 03 13 01 P TMsrstood tlitt of born 02:17:34:31, Delta V 15.2 Time of 

burn 20 peeoods. Aa&ress 25 00152. 26, 27 all seros. 



Plage 243 



02 03 13 ai CC G««lal-5, Q«rial-5, fioa«t*wi berv. That 1« cerrect. W* 

vauld lite to hava jpoa a^Uivi to bun out ^ raaldoala 
that 3im have la aAiraaan dO« & aad de ob all the rest 
«f tte vmxv«n. 

02 03 13 35 P BD»ex. 

02 03 3^ 03 P Voice .me«Fdftr t« cm. Pr^parl^ to bum at 17i3^:3l. 
02 03 34 06 C Thm^r witch la 0». 

02 03 34 qe P OiGigr^ 9«a«ra la om MtSSt, your thntstar*a m. Start 

Gov huttoa la pa^Md, m*» me^ eorract, addrasa 80 
hM« — jmi count dam to tha bom. 

02 03 34 ae c otay, 

02 03 34 25 C 5, 4, 3, 2^1, l»«raiag. 

02 03 3»> 35 C 14, 13, 12 - 

02 03 34 39 P Yott shotOd ^t at 51 If It 'a . not 6avu. 

02 03 3^41 C 9, 8, 7, 6/5, i^, 3, a, 1. 

02 03 3i» 51 P Okay. 

02 03 3^ 59 P (aajr, ad^a 80 vaa 0. AdOpMa 8l la 0.6 eo you'll 

have to ttica that otzt. 

02 03 35 13 C (Htay, that wuld b« vhara? 

02 03 35 15 P Iteit «M - 182 and that's ... rl«ht. 

02 03 35 83 C Bi4^1 Ctejt 

02 03 35 25 P Go 

02 03 35 27 C Oitay. 



02 03 


35 


32 


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08 03 


35 


U2 


P 


IttOM squirt. 


02 03 


35 




P 




02 03 


35 


5k 


P 




02 03 


35 


58 


C 


H«*r» «daiaf •CM OB nov. 


02 03 


^ 


<XL 


P 


Oki^, tiiKfc** good «M)fWg>ti Oall it snho. 


02 03 


36 


10 


P 




02 03 


36 


IB 


P 


Mo, tluit*s I foot ... 


02 03 


36 


30 


P 




02 03 


36 


^ 


P 


Obi moef tiae. 


02 03 


36 




P 


Got it. 


02 03 


36 


58 


c 


... easted ttmi«t«rs ttert. 










Xoa want to talu tbat out? 


02 03 


37 


03 


P 


I«s. SoaH nre ... b«fore it*« tt^ipoMd too. 










Mtte -ya* ar^iiOiMiiitiitiai ttast you dcs't bora in Platfcaw, 






• 




bocauM th«t*0 ymrj slonogr. 


02 03 


37 




c 


Yas. 


02 03 


37 




p 


... no ean It in Bate fi winiinl Boch aon accuratelsr 










ttea va Sid in tbs XMt boxru 


02 03 


kl 




p 


Coawat Car tba tap«t Koa* ranSecreus aiaslOB at night 










loedciiig ckA tba window with uommter oa, tba 










Start C^i^ lls^t ia my, ittj too briglit. 












02 03 


k2 


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cc 


Ga«ini-5f Caznarvoa CAP CSGM. 



02 03 




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oe 03 




13 


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oa 03 




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Ckaj. te4 soMB tzoobl* id.tkt :|our ta^t eeva^ b*lov 










tte At thl» tina Ufee t» yett to ■viteb 










year PC^tfr-Sg CommtlM? -tA OHXniJS^ 


oe 03 




32 


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Bof^* BC^'le-^ Clmlmlp tii sbcckbak;. 


02 03 




36 


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tape -fnup tttit tiw fitctas ^li* 5ww •« evalmrte it ana 










•M If It 


02 03 




kk 


p 


Soigtr* 1* aivls^ that at tte geoai^^ or tte •i^ctX, 










iw*r» laiBbl* to vlAV ttm 0-^. Via vlll cit tb« 410 










Bz«vo; «• vill gat ^ IfOT if *• Iwr* tSae. 


02 03 


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00 


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Did yott Mjr ^ voolA get ^0 BraveT 


OS 03 




03 


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Xe, v* d«i*t gat tbat mm. Ha^va baaa -UylBg with tte 










talaacwiw onrcr hara but va havaat baan ■uecesaful. 










ted wa'U d& 407 if poMlttla. 


02 03 


1 V* 


13 


<x 


Beiier. 


02 03 




26 


oc 


Piflnl X Gazvarvoa. Goiald giva us an aatlaata on 










hanr mmk itaad tlia Lataiml tbrurten? 


02 03 


ke 


36 


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Wa to^ 1 foot dovn out, and I thiidc it vas 0,4 










foot rl|^. 


02 03 






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BE>saT'« 


02 03 


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08 03 li9 09 P Htm. Z flttt tte x«eca*d*r os. I mat to t«2k afaofot tbls 

S-V^7. W eotOfta't dft lOO Kt ITsterOO, «ai with tbe 
iwa t iprw igiBtw coi^Lac ia oflw Opawvoa w did mat 
li* ^ 4b tor, vblch «• wnild bum IsMii aibl* to do. 
imtBL itSf £nr ttey tef« 7««3l7 flmAias n« «i getting 
lat^ ctitfr Ann, wt0Ma, gK ttift qttMcrafi In ^ 
rt«l^ ie*$«t6B «t Hm ri«bt t^> «aa ao forth. We're 



02 Oi»^ 00 to 9' Iba ri|^ attltoia tlmiatar la ^ PtOae 

Note aaaaa t» teubW bUjp real aaallr. Va hI^^ look 
iBto ttaa^ ataa m «*! Mek, ftaaVa tiM ran rl«&t 
attltaia 'ttiraatara, tbroatera — 

Oe Oi^ OS 98 CC G«ai^--5^ anrail CAP OGK. 
02 Ol» ^ 00 C tear tt> laaaU, GcadAl-S, 

OS 0>» 09 03 CC Be«nr, aa 4»B*t eofr aa oral ta^P^ Ife'd like a blood 



02 0% 09 07 C Begnr. Va*m buay with tte btovnr ri^t nov. Toa^ll ^lat 

hsra to aal% a idauta. 



02 Ol» 09 U OC 
02 0I» 09 12 C Biim. 
02 Oi» 09 38 C Maii^ fl— tnl-5. 



02 OU 09 39 CC Go abead. 

02 0^ 09 C Bogar. AUrass 80 oa the burn read zero, or read 

Blrau OOOOl^f 81 read 00002, 82 read 00002. did 
not taJce out either 8X or 82 because we did not vant 
to add any »ore forward, aftward, firing coi^aent to 
the address 80. See we can't fire our forward firing 
thrusters. 

'02 Olt 10 12 CC Bo0er, understand. 
02 OU 10 19 CC What was the tiae of the bum? 
02 OU 10 22 C* 18:06:26. 
02 OU 10 27 CC Roger. 

02 Ok 10 bo CC I've sot Bcm Flight Plan updates for you whenever 

you're ready to copy. 
02 OU 10 51 P Vm ready to copy. Oral tern's going In to USas CotmBaA 

Pilot. 

02 Ol* 10 55 CC Roger. The title is Map the second day 17:56:5^. 

Longitude Ik^.O Bast. Stand by one, GeHlni-5. 
02 Ob 11 22 P What rev is that? 
02 Ob 11 25 CC Bev 33. 
02 Ob 11 29 P Okay, ready for the start. 

02 Ob 11 55 CC 505 sequence nuaiser 03, pitch 30 degrees down, yaw rij^it lb. 

This Is an update of the previous info we passed you. 
02 Ob 12 11 P That tine was 13:25:35? 
02 Ob 12 lb CC 05. 



: ■ . - ■ r ^ - 

" ' ' ' ' Page ZkS 



02 Ok 


12 


16 


P 


Roger. 18:25:05. 


02 Ok 


12 


20 


CC 


Hov wre jour ftttltuaee during tba bom? 


02 04 


12 


22 


P 


Tb»y looked llJw thmj were rifi^t on, ud ve were In 










Bste CoMMnd. I doB*'t know niiere the little bit got 
* 










la. He beld It pretty eeod. 


02 Ok 


12 


33 


CC 


fjie*d lllae to knov i^t jovar ettltudee were when you 










ywar reedoute on dO, 81 «ad 82. 


02 Ok 


12 


39 


P 


Haa^ were-OB vlsue 90-00. 


02 0^ 


12 


44 


CC 


Roger. 


02 Ok 


12 


46 


p 


nnt'e wdaoB 90 yv. 


02 0% 


12 


48 


CC 


Bog. 


02 Ok 


13 


06 


CC 


GeBltti-5» Hawaii Siirceon. See your attenpts at blood 










j^reeeuzM axe all loralld. Are you having a problem with 










the blood preeeure apparatus? 


02 X)l^ 


13 


14 


p 


Tee. We juet had Ute 0-rlng fail <m it. We're got soee 










■ore in here. We'll have to skip it this j^s. If we get 










aaottaer one on, we'll Ao it later. 


02 6k 


13 


21 


CC 


Itoger. Tiamn can you give m a water report? I copied year 










food wad ale^ repOTt over Cknuovon last tlae, eo if you 










glwe ve InfoiBatim on water, that will be sufficient. 


02 04 


13 


29 


p 


We were both up to 12 pounds. 


02 04 


13 


32 


CC 


B^Eer. 


02 04 


14 


03 


CC 


Tou ready to c<^ another Flij^t Plan update? 


02 04 


14 


06 


p 


Roser. 



Pase 2^ 



OS Olt 14 06 cc B-7 aeeood day 21:a6:l^. Sequsnctt 03. Pitch 90 degrees 

dotn, trc^tcal stom. 
02 Oim* 27 P Bo«er. S-T «t 21j26:1»9. Seqaenee 03. Pitch aom 

510 deervee, tropical etora. Koetr. 
02 01*14 36 CC BecM?. teottaar 8-7. Second day a: 33: 02. Sequence 03. 
02 04 14 50 P So jou >«ad Qe«£al-5, Eamait 

GUAIMAS 

Oa 04 20 26 CC , C«iidal-5^ Ooajw G«» COM. 

02 04 20 29 P Say it, Guajm^ Geirtai-5 here, 

02 04 20 31 CC Okay. Io«*i« lookiag real food down here. How are you 

doing? 

02 04 20 3^ P GO UP hex*. 

02 04 20 36 CC Okay. Well let's check that last S-7 update you were 

gives youar Flight Plas by Bavall. Let's Mke sure you 
got It all. Yoa got ycur Xfook out? 

02 04 20 49 P Tea, . 

02 04 ao 50 CC Okay. It's S-7, 02:21:33:02. 03. Pitch 90 degrees down, 

txtiplcal stoza, and hoth of the S-7'r you were gl^n over 
Hawaii are for one astro only. 

Oe 04 21 13 P Boger^ Is there two of them? Oat at 21:26:49? 

02 04 21 17 CC That's afflm. 

02 04 21 18 P What was ti» other tiae, please? 

02 04 2120 CC Okay. The first one was 21:26 149. The second one was 

21:33:02. 



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TEXAS 


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Go nhrnflj fiwiliil j, tbic it Bbwtoa here. 


02 04 


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* Geaeda no't'ted ... I nanrttr did vlck i.'t xxs. !nw 










imrt^ftr imu lotid elttr i^MM. tsaA. I luc^ didn't bm 11 


02 04 


27 


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cc 


dndr. T&azw't still, lika I Mid. yevterdur* tlsert am't 










a lot <tf eoatrmstlBg lanteurkA. Did jou gvt aaj of the 










zvftdiagvt 


02 Ok 


27 




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Bo. 


02 OV 


27 


52 




Usa U«t atgatlvc? 


02 OV 


27 




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S&at's i^abt. VbMA*t iwntdvo. Wb CBOt tha not Dlaasd 










H«aV^ ^ AW WAV MWi* 4 v# 




07 


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Vjiln M^flftt^ Y ^thAiii T AAA -frh^ ^4 Aiv^AA nn ^IhA MrvttAVA* 










k 

I dldtt't ^ry takisg aagr itwdlwgaj Z ms trylag to s«t tbe 










poattloa fbr Ptte to take hia vmSte^ but X coold sea 










several of. tbe figures ^gaite eleazly. 


02 Ok 


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12 


CC 




02 04 


28 


19 


c 


Ten also tell thea it*s Juat like ve suspected froB 



the alz^ilue; ^7 isereaae aad decrease vith light angle. 



0& Ok 2$ CC OttMr, Tettr TltfblUtT of tlw target varies vlth your llgbt 

la tlwt eerroett 
02 0^ aB 3^^ C (tf tte tl^am iBslda tte tax«tt. 

0% aS 36 CC Bli^lit, I hKV seas iBf&nwtlea hare for yaa, G«iiBi-5. 
02 0^ 28 i»7 P Boc*r, ahead. 

02 Olfr 28 ^ CC QkajT' Ba aAvlaad ttet 90% ten ^pprosdmtaljr to pouaOa of 

drliyktac «atar in TSor ad^pttr la <»aa you Mad it. Tour 
tm^ omUM «re vozklng flm. And I*Ta sot an c^data for 
your r a v a gaa eoalllpile aaaawrar bera. 

02 Oi» 29 Oe P B^IKr, C9 atead. 

02 Oi» 29 04 CC Bosur. Tba GMT of btvn Is 02:19:03:')1. TlMt*s 02:19:03:U. 

Delta V jta 19.d. nat*s I9.8. t^th a bum tlas of 2?, 

bum tlaa of 25 saeeods. Your plt^ aaela is bIsms 5, 

That's alana 1^.5. Ta« Is tero, -ttxusters are aft. Address 

25 is 00198* Sbat*s addrsss 25 00L92* Aadrass 26 li; OOO^O. 

I »tsr i^^^^aaa 26 agala Is OOO50. Address 27 is all seros. 

niat*s aU. 
♦ 

02 Ol» 30 07 P Boanr, 9S la bura 02tl9:03:^. Delta V 19.8, 2? seccods. 

Plt^ dowi Hi. 5, 00 ott the yaw. 25 00192, 26 OOO5O, 27 0000. 
02 y) 2k CC Boger. 

02 Oil 30 28 P Ife got a r«a good look at llorlda and Ctd>a and -Uw T^nh*—^ 

to^gr* 

02 Oil 30 35 CC C ■■till "5, Bottiton hare. Say aealn; you wax* pretty gax1>lad 

^t 



02 0^ 30 39 P Bo0tr. X waj ve*x« ottttag « good look at Florida aad tb« 

Tlahw— w ant Cuba today. 
02 Ol» 30 CC Bo9»r. 

02 OV 30 ^ CC GevLiii-?. Alao be advlaad tbat «• viU apdata thla data 

I Juat gav» you over Aa<MBalOB baaad oa U.S. tncklng. 
OZ Ok 30 5^ P Bo0ar. 

02 Ol» 31 2^ CC G«iiai-3f thla la Hoaatoa faara a^idLa. You SMdn't ackaovlad^ 

thla^ but fea adTlaed tbara'a golJag to b« u S-6 Xxparlaant 
coadag vtp before 'ttat S-7 tbat yoa were ^uat updated on, ao 
be prepantd to put It in yoor Tll^t Flan ahead of the S-7. 

02 ol» 31 38 P HDfar. 

02 Ok ^ a: Aaotbar eoMant here, GeniBl-^, Tvom loaat<». I Xbtxik. that 

ve wgr have a way for you to oae your reticle. If you get 
tlae al(»g the way here, you aleht check to aee tiiat your 



utility Ught works. Aad if it doean^ let ua koow aad we* 11 



describe how to dlsaa&tle the reticle so that you can use 
your utility llfi^t. 
02 04 32 10 P Boger. The xitility li|^t doea voric. 

02 04 32 13 CC Okay, very good. V&ile we got a couple of idnutee here oa^e 

ve can talk sibout it ri^t aov. If you . . . there are a 
couple of aerem on top of the ai^t Just underneath the 
loose part that you screw into the window. If you take 
those two screws out, the light cones off. And you aay be 



tblm to fix TOUT utility lieJftt up cm tte top to shias Aova 
throvfl^ tiM filter thmre and <mto tbm glM* azid you rtuntld 
haiir* «a laae* preaimt^ tlwrs tiwt sbtould Im alined exKCtly 
tba my tlie noraal reticle vaa. 
02 04 32 ^ P Rofler. He'll ei^ It a so this evwiiBS^ 
02 0% 32 ^ CC Tea. It takaa a little lAile. 3ten*8 tvo acma that 

you hsve, to take off to get tbm Uf^t off aad tbea 
there are a omple other acxwva that you need to talce off 
to get the cord off » Bat if you gat those ottf you aay be 
able to fix the lisht utih warn tape or a 01 thine to ehiae 
down t]»rou^ the upper portion. 
02 Ok 33 09 P Ckay. 

02 Oi» 33 26 CC Got another questioo here, Gadnl-5* We're scheduline a 

ccK9le experiaeorts idien eoeHbo^'s going to be eleeping, 
Ve*d lilse to know If the thrueters hare bem keeping you 
awake. Becauae if they have, «e*ll elljainate aoa» of tlMse 
ejiperlBssta. 

02 0>t 33 39 P So tvr tbmy lavea*t. On the launch aleep periods ve vere 

both pretty tired anA we 4ust slept rig^t throu^ it. 

02 Oi(^ 33 CC Okay. Ub^ll tga ahead and schedule experisenta during that 

ttae tw one- bbh and if the thrusters bother you, ^ust 
knock off the ej^erlaehrts and let us knov about it. 

« 

02 OU 33 55 P Okay. 



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02 Ok S3 36 C <A»y> there's only om thing that interrupts sleep and 

that Is thasa fuel cell purgas. I can*t get to the fuel 
cell svltcbea trtm here. And Pate has to do all the 
purglBg. 

02 Ok 3k 06 CC 0k»7, Gordo, we'll try to take that into account and aaybe 

we can raeorange the purge cycles here so that ve can let 
Pete sleep for the long periods. 
02 OU 31* ^l^ P Slther that, or /(Ay don't we try one one tlac and see If 

ve can*t pur^ hoth of them at one tlae to get back on 
the 6 -hour cycle. 
Olcay, we'll look Into that tere. 
Very good. 

Geainl-^, GeadLnl-^, this is Houston here, over. 
Go ahead, Houston, Genlni-^ here. 
Roger, Gadjii-5, Houstcm here. I have your reverse 
coelliptlc Maneuver update for you. Are you ready 
to copy? 

02 Oi» 1(6 20 P Iteady to copy, 

02 (A k6 22 CC Bogsr. Your GtCT of bum 02:19:04:04. I say a^in, 

02:19:04:04. Delta V 17.3. I say again, 17.3. 
Bum tlae Is 22, Bum tlse 22. Pitch angle negative 
1^.8, negative 1^.8. Yaw is 0, thrusters aft. Address 
2? 00167. I say again, address 2^ is OOI67. Address 26 
00047. I say again, address 26 is 00047. Address 27 is 
all seros. Over, 



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02 OU 1^7 22 C Thl« 1« Q«b1b1-5. «»f l>tt» 08a9:0'*:0^/ Delta V 

17.3, 22 MKmndfl. MiBeiM 19.8 pitelk, 00 yw, ttft-firlog 
ttavMtmn, 25 00167, 26 000^7, 27, 5 

02 Ok kT k6 CC Soanr, •dftrvse 27 «»• «11 aero*. rniiualL Also, 

i«« woalA IDK . to hsw jott do a iita9»«a only one 
OTctlm^ Sactloxi Bo. 2, after jeu. coMslete your r rwrae 
coelUytle. We're iBYeati^tiae tlM pomlblllty of porglae 
both eectioae at tbat XSam iMst m w&H kaenr for qjolte aotas 
tijaa y&t. 



02 OH 




12 


C 


Purs* Seetlee 2 after-reverse coelli^lc. 


02 Ott 




15 


CC 


Boeer. 


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Okay, %tm timt tor the t^ is 19iO3:30. Preparlag tor 










■Om rererae coellivtle bom at 19tOli-;04. 


02 05 


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30 seconds. 


02 05 


03 


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IVX*s vaasttrer coate^oller ON. 


02 05 


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17 fMTt forvard, huh? 


02 05 


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17 feet forward. 


oe 05 


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(Scay. 


02 05 


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ntat's vhat It signs. 


02 05 


03 


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¥nmaer^ ecurtratller's Off. 


02 05 


0^ 


01 


c 


hf 3, 2, 1, thrusting. 


02 05 


0^ 


25 


p 


Obs, step. 










TAIUSASI9E 


02 05 


6k 


32 


CC - 


GeMBl-5, GeMlBl-5, this is Houstot here, over. 



02 


05 




P 


Okay, g»t it forward Jost a notch. 


02 


05 


ok ko 


P 


Okay, Joat rae aecoad. 


02 


05 


6k kl 


C 


StUp, Houaton, GeBlBl-5, 


02 


05 


Ok kk 


CO. 


Reflex*, Qmial-3, this la Hooeten here. Can yiro give aa 










ytrar realduala la 80, 63. and 82T 


02 


05 


Ok ky 


P 


Aaotbar — ^oat a e^rt. 


02 


05 


ok 55 


P 


Addriaa 80 la OOOOiL. 


02 


05 


Ok 57 


P 


Address 80 la 00001. 


02 


05 


05 09 


P 


Addreaa 81 Is 00001. 


02 


05 


05 21 


P 


Aadz«aa ^ ta 00002. 


02 


05 


05 29 


cc 


Rt»cer, understand. Booer. Ifs got that. I von't bother 



repaatlas it. Ba adriaed tlwt we naat yew to pur^ 
both aactj^u. I aay asai^ both Mctl^oaa rl^t after the 
coallljtlc bum, and thao v vant you to get to sleep. 
0»ar. 

02 05 05 5*^ P Tou're xmreadaltle. I thm«^ you said to poree both 

aactloBa. Za that corraet? 
02 05 06 03 CC Bo0ir. Stat la aff Ixmtlve. Pares hoih aactlona before 

pcmarlag dem. Ibea «• vant the Pilot to e»t to sleep. 
02 05 06 16 P Boser, tadarataad. Puree thea before powering dovn; 

Pilot go to aleep. 

02 05 06 22 CC ATflxwtiTe. Be advlaed that ve'ra going to slip the 

sleep periods ap^xlaately 1 hour ao i^t you'll atlll 
get the asaa aovmt of aleep; ire*ll Just start aa hour later. 



02 05 06 fcl C 

OS 0$ 06 P tott'r* uazvadable. I can hear yon -Ullclag about aaaKthias 

aabovt ^JBUf, but tou'm usreadi^la. Pass it up to the 
next ctatiosk. 



02 


05 


06 


51 


CC 


riMitni 3^ riiatiit BoamUm here. You're uBreadable. 
We've fottM the invortext MSMtfie acroea. 


02 


05 


06 


52 


P 


01-«« tt to aa at Caxvarvcm. 


02 


05 


07 


U 


C 


Olcaj, ■aaewrer controU^ la OFF ami STOWED. 


02 


05 


07 


13 


P 


Otaqr^ baek to 000. 


02 


05 


07 


la 


P 


1*M s(>lBS to power yoa Acnm purgt tbe foel cella. 


02 


05 


07 


23 


c 


Okagr. 


02 


05 


07 


25 


p 


All Tii^. Put tbe 080» GH. Bare COOK tbe ... 


02 


05 


07 


30 


p 


AU rl^t; Iiet wm aazk it OR. On tbe recorder the 



tlae la 19:10:00. l*m lolae to pwee hotti aectlons of 
tha fuel call. 

02 05 13 30 P Ofcaar, the ti»e la day 2, 19:15:00. Fuel cell pirse 

coavlata oo l>o1^ fuel calla for tbe flrat %itm. We're 
»ort of back ia noxaal ^ration oo tiie fuel call. 

02 05 17 59 P Okaj, tbe tim la 19:lB:00. We hara povared back down 

to approxlaateljr 1j8-19 tap coaataiptloa. Bias 
povar ia piriaajry, DC power la ACHI berixoa 

acaoaer la eecoadar]r> and ve'ra 1b Boriaoa Scan Node 
aftar our porge. OAMB faell oid)oard is reading k^. 



P*«e 259 



HAUm ' 

02 05 44 13 CC G«iidi^-5» tW.« l» ^tmmli. 

02 05 44 21 C Go ateaA, EiamiX, 00^-^5. 

02 05 44 23 CC Boeur.. 1 hvre a FUcbl flu tqpdate for you idwa you're 

ready to copy. 
02 05 44 29 C Boc»r, CO fbeaa. 

02 05 44 31 CC Roeer. S^, eecooid 4m3; 20:00:00. Sequence 05. Houetea 

sree. OmmaaA Pilot oslj. 
02 05 44 55 C iioffus. 

02 05 44 58 CC Jbser, GaeUii-5. I lwf» soUtlag for you. Eewell Is 

standi^ by. 

02 05 45 03 C Boeir. IShUfc you very wch. 

02 0^ 45 21 CC (1iHilTit-5j tblB ic Banmll. COttld I get en onboard QAMS 

pro^ellttit quantity rea^tout? 
02 05 45 29 C Itoger. 4216. 
02 05 45 31 CC Boesr. ^Ibank you. 

02 05 45 40 C Hoir alKmt ralaying a little InfoMtlon beck to the 

eurgeoo at HCC. 
02 05 45 45 CC Go afaead. 

02 05- 45 57 C We flaelly figured <mt ifty he*« so confueed over our food. 

TbM reason is that we started eating the first day on the 
$ood that was stored la our foot well areas for lumch. 
And this started us off vrang then cm. our sequiracing ntari^ers, 
so that «e*re Just aoe getting to day 1 aeals that vere 
stca<ed ia the aft locfeer. 



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cc 


Iku»r. Ub*ll relay it to then. 


no AC 


*tO 


















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fli>M4ii< famp did ^^lA Tltii*ffi0 AO? 

UWULA*^ ■ WW UXU iMMg JjTUA Q»w • 








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Hrtfl^T "niivnii VMi'fc vi^i*v iwl 1 t\tpviV^1 a1 1 ah i ^ 

J jHat^yg WBUv *wA^ WJi^* ^^Vv^JOmmm B« O.LA WU X.«c 








cc 

WW 




02 05 




08 


cc 


Mm tlift't both sectiOBA. GodjiiT 


02 09 




10 


c 


1 


OS 




12 


CC 

WW 




02 OS 






cc 

WW 


p—f »4 fl4d vnii fly O— T^viff bl^oA naiii^ ^iilK? 


02 OS 


1*7 


2<) 


c 

V 




09 OS 


fe7 




cr 

WW 














• 02 OS 




2l* 


cc 


(sMKbI-'i^ Guavmas cap C^CM Yqu*iw lAcilt'tirur a^w-id nn -^hm 

w«mjHHB wAL wvn« xvu X V r_ rT. MW^^^ wU vm? 

* 












02 05 




29' 


c 












TE3CAS 


02 05 


58 


06 


CC 


Gealiil-5/ Geadnl-5* This Is Houston. 


02 05 


58 


11 


c 


G«aaDi-5. 


oe 05 


58 


12 


cc 


Boflar, Would you put your C-B*nd Adapter Switch to 










CCMIAHS please? 


02 05 


58 


17 


c 


Roger. 



Plage 261 



02 05 ^ 13 CC And G9mL^'3, be adrlmd that there^s going to be a 

MlBMttin iKunch dowi at t3am Cape bere. In a cofuple 
■ore siBKctea I'll get you a tlae hack cm tbat. You 
mi^aX see if you can aee it. 

02 05 58 30 C Okay, 

02 05 58 32 CC I've got som news for you bare. It sayv bere in tiie 

beadllaea of the Houst<»a Poat this Morning tbat (^-5 
la going tOHcbaae an twaglBaTy apacecraft. 

02 05 58 50 C Very good. 

02 05 58 58 C Did ve catch it? 

02 05 59 00 CC Teai I gueaa you did. 

02 05 59 Ol* CC Hey, Ge«lal-5, we'll gi^a you a nark at 60 aeconda and 

at 30 secooda. You aigbt look out over towards the Cape 
and aee If you can see snything out that way. 

02 05 59 1^ C Okay. 

02 05 59 19 CC Sixty secoaie now. 

02 05 59 35 CC Gordo, if you're fooling around at all with that sight, 

you aight give us a call if and when you get it fixed 
so that we can plan soae of our experiaents for toaorrov. 

02 05 59 1*7 C Okay. 

02 05 59 CC Minus 30 seconds. 

02 05 59 1*9 CC Mark. 

02 06 00 04 CC Fifteen seconds. Can you see the Cape at all? 



Page £62 



02 06 00 08 P Ho. 

02 06 00 09 C Rot yet. There's cloud cover frc« here. 

02 06 00 12 CC Plw eeeonae. 3, 2, «*ey're holdiag, Gordo. 

02 06 00 23 C Okey, 

Oe 06 00 2i» CC Got yott excited^ didn't we? 
02 06 00 27 C Ye». 

02 06 00 29 CC Go. They ^t lifted ott. 

02 06 00 32 C » Oicay. 

02 06 00 3^ CC Keep looking. 

02 06 01 26 CC Geidni-5, Houston here. You're locking Tery good fro« 

the grooad. We really don't have Bach for you this tlJD». 
02 06 01 31 C Okay. " I don't see anything down Florida way. 
02 06 01 38 CC OSsay. 

02 06 01 ItO C It's pretty cloudy froa here. 

02 06 01 H2 CC Okay. How's the weather heen today? Have you seen asich 

of ttm grmaad? 
02 06 01 1*7 C Qalte a hit. 

02 06 01 51 CC Bey, irt»at do you think about the S-8/D-13 to»rrow? Do 

you think you've picked up enou^ knowledge about the area 
to help you find it? 

02 06 02 00 C I think so. 

02 06 02 Oe CC OBiy. Flan «» doing It towrrow mw±. that whoever sees 

it fi»t goes ahead and takes the oeasureaents. 



Faee 263 



02 06 


02 


09 


c 




OS 06 


02 


17 


c 


I «•« v^rlng my landing glaMcs. 


02 06 


02 


21 




Ohy vexT* BOo4> very 90Od. fbe contacts or tbe onea 










with tha horn rlsa? 


02 06 


02 


26 


c 


Tba big Horn rlat. 


02 06 


02 


£9 


cc 


Okay. 










COASTAL SERTR? (^ubueC 


02 07 


00 


13 


cc 


0«lsi-$> CAP COK. 


02 07 


00 


22 


c 


A^A - ■ J « ^ 

CSQ fiaalnl-?. 


02 07 


AA 

00 


AlP 

25 


AA 

cc 


Bogsr, QaidJftl-5 CSQ. This Is a block ratroflra \qpdate 










for you* Are you ready to copy? 


02 07 


00 


32 


c 


Beg. Stand by one. 


(ffi 07 


00 


53 


c 


Go aJmd. 


02 07 


00 


54 


AA 

cc 


noger. Am 36-4 0 0, day 2^ 22:36:37» 11:54^ 16:36. 










left 51f roll rli^t 69* 37-3 0 0, day 2, 23:96:36, 12 










lo:20. won left 5I4 roll rl^xt 69' 


02 07 




^ A 


c 


Good. 


02 07 


02 




cc 


38-3 0 0, day 3, 01:31:09, 12:05, 1B:U. Holl left 51; 










roll rl^ 69* 


02 07 


02 




c 


Good. 


02 07 


02 


50 


cc 


3SB 0 0, day 3> 03:05:38, U:53, 3^8:30. Roll left 51, 










roll rlgjM 69. 


02 07 


03 


29 


c 


Qieck. 



rtsfi 26k 



02 07 03 30 cc Itoeer. haA I hmr* u ApellA l«admrk updat* for you. 

Day 2. Correction. Are you ready to copy your Apollo 
update? 

02 07 03 39 C Yee, !*■ ready. 

02 07 03 in CC Okay. D*j 2, 21:i»5:39. Be<pj«ace 212. Pitch 3© dowa. 

Yaw 18 rlgbt. Did you coprT 
02 07 0% 05 C Yei, I eot that. 

02 07 Ol> 06 CC Bo^er. CSQ haa you GO on the grmisd. If vetblne 

farther, ataaadlag by. 
02 07 0i» 27 CC GeBtBl-5^ CSQ. 
02 07 <A 33. P ... C8«U 

02 07 0^^ 33 cc ao8»r. Be advleed that the veather is good in all the 

prevlofua areas. 
02 07 0l» 37 C (Stay. Vmry good, thaak 3Rm> 

02 07 19 38 CC Geidni-5> Hawaii CAP CCM. 
02 07 19 U2 P Belle, Hnrali, GcBlni-5. 

(te 07 19 44 CC ik^r. lieWe got you Green from the gxovaA and we*re 

c(9iB8 your doap. We*d like you to cycle yoor Quantity 
HMd Switch and gire us reatouts. 

02 07 19 52 P Okay. ICS O2 B9i, 780 pounds. 

02 07 20 07 CC 780. 

02 07 20 09 P 780 psla. 

02 07 20 11 CC At^r. 



Fttge 265 



02 07 


20 


15 


p 


Fuel cell O2 92>, about SO psia. 


02 07 


20 


2^ 


cc 




02 07 


20 


27 


p 


Fuel, cell hjrarofien o99>» oOO psla. 


02 07 


20 


33 


cc 


Bogar, ifa vould like to aelTlsa jnoat toe next tu» 










jrou're owr us oa 36 Hav, va vouli Ilka to eat yiMr 










exparlaeiit status for tbt last 2k houra. 


02 07 


20 


k6 


p 


Okay. 


02 07 


38 


51 


c 


fVwrtne In BOW over South AMarica . * . Apollo LuadMaik 










aequsBca 212« 










ROSE KHOT VICTOR 


02 07 




16 


cc 


GemuiX-^f RKV CAP CGH. i— 


02 07 


43 


22 


c 


Go ahead, RKV, Gemnl-?. 


02 07 




2<t- 


cc 


Roger. All systeBB look SDod bare on ground. 


02 07 




30 


c 


Roger, go ahead. 


02 07 


l^3 


32 


cc 


I have an orbit update for you if you'd like to copy. 


02 07 


1*3 


37 


c 


Roger, caa you valt ^t a ccniple of Minutes? I*m .. 


02 07 


^5 


1*1 


cc 


Roger. Give me a call when you* re ready. 


02 07 


1*3 


kk 


c 


(Bcay, 


02 07 


10^ 


05 


c 


There it is. See it up thei«7 


02 07 


kk 


10 


c 


Lake Titicaca ahows up very loud and clear, ahead. 



The lake itaelf is an excellent landaark. Skton fulte 
clearly. Bov we'll see if any particular point --oh 
veil, it's cm the southern edge of the lake, exteiada to 
tint eaatem shore end, and I have it in view already. 



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I «u0t b« « couple of bvuDdred Biles, 25O allfts 

Bway MSllr. I have point in Tlew and the lake Is 

tbe 1»lg glTesvay. A Icmg peninsula bere. 

02 07 U5 27 C Late aifterBOon with the aun caatla^ fairly long ehadows 

on the noun tains and rugged terrain. 

02 07 1»6 17 C Taking this picture at 1/250 aai l>€cau»« of a decrease 

of lli^t dovn helov. 

02 07 1»6 46 C aa»t was fnne 62 and frw 63. 

02 07 kj k$ C And fraas 6h, and we're well past it. 

02 08 03 i+6 C Cacay, day 2, 22:0lt:00, we clMnged the first rubber piece 

on tine urine deTice. Just prior to this a few hours ago, 
we changed and threw away our f lr»t wipe towels and have 
fresh ones <m. 

02 08 Oit 15 C And here we sit, one defecating, one urinating. Coaing 

up ewer sunrise -- trying to fly the spacecraft and do 
16 experiMsnts. Otherwise, it's kind of a slack tine. 

COASTAL SERTRY ^JEBEC 
02 08 35 27 C Hello, CSQ, Geiiinl-5* 

02 06 35 30 CC Currently we have you GO on the ground and I have a 

aap tqpdate for you. Are you ready to copy? 
02 08 35 35 C Roger. Go ahead. 

02 06 35 37 CC Roger. Map 22 plus 25 pl«» OO, Rev 36, longitude 77 

dAgrees East. Star, 22 plus 25 plue 00. 01 plus 
plus 16. Did you copy? 



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02 08 36 12 C That's afflraatlve. 

02 08 36 ll* CC , Roger. And be adTised your epbeaerls la now 107.8 

by 168.1 nautical Biles. 
02 08 36 2U C Say again the ephoteris. 

02 08 36 28 CC Roger. IO7.8 by 168.1 nautical miles. 
02 08 36 37 C Roeer. 

02 08 36 C We iMtve one alight discrepancy. We've lost the cabin 

tenperatxire gage. However, ve have a band tengierature 
gage to tise. 

02 08 36 55 CC Roger, copy. 

02 08 37 23 CC Gemini-5, CSQ. Be advised your cabin heat exchanger outlet 

air .teii5> is degrees. 



02 08 


37 33 


C 


Roger. Thank you. 


02 08 


38 18 


C 


CSQ, G«giini-5. 


02 08 


38 21 


CC 


CSQ, go ahead. 


02 08 


38 23 


c 


What's your position? 


02 08 


38 26 


CC 


Stand by. 


02 08 


38 ko 


CC 


Roger. CSQ's position is 21 degrees North, 125 








degrees East. 


02 08 


38 i»8 


C 


Roger. You're not in the position you were supposed 








to be, are you? 


02 06 


38 53 


CC 


Affir«ative. That's our assigned position. 


02 06 


38 55 


c 


I see. Did you aiove for the typhoon a little while ago? 



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02 OB 


38 


59 


CC 


The only Bovenent w« have la aone drift posalbly 










20 Bdles and tben back to the . . . 


02 08 


39 


08 


C 


Roger. That was 21 North, 125 East, right? 


02 06 


39 


11 


CC 


That's afflraative. 


02 08 


39 


13 


C 


Thank you. ' 


02 08 


ko 


hi 


CC 


G«Bijil-5> CSQ. It's about 1 slnute until LOS. Have 










nothing further. Standing by. 


02 08 


ko 


52 


C 


Gemini -5 • Hoger. Standing by. 










HAWAII 


02 08 


53 


19 


CC 


Ge«ini-5, Hawaii. 


02 08 


53 


21 


C 


Hello, Havall, GeBdJii-5. 


02 08 


53 


23 


CC 


Roger. We'd like to advise you that you have a D-k/B 



over this station, and vould you place your Radar Mode 
Switch to aPAHDBY until further notice? 
02 06 53 H CC Ge3Binl-5, that's deleted. Pardon ne. That was an 

error. Bo not do that. 
Roger. 

Okay, we're ready to receive experimental data. 
We're not going to wake it this pass. 
Roger. Understand. 

The thing is the list of 2U-hour experljnental data. 
Vould you like that Hawaii? 
That's afflTBative. 



02 06 


53 


k9 


C 


02 08 


53 


51 


CC 


02 08 


53 


55 


p 


02 08 


53 


58 ■ 


CC 


02 06 


5J» 


00 


c 


02 06 


5J* 


06 


CC 



P&ge 269 



02 08 5^ 10 P All right. We've completed two MSC-1 te»t», one Cabin 

Lighting, UHP Test Ok and 01, D-1, that's Dog-1, 
sequence 2 and 3, D-6 sequence 12, sequence 20, sequence 13^/ 
3-7 tropical stom, Apollo Landaark 212, T>-h/l>-'J sequence 
U20, S-6 sequence 07, and ve have coapleted tvo full 
■agaslnes of celestial pictures on S-5 And S-6. 



02 08 


55 


52 


cc 


Rogsr, Ge)alnl-5* 


02 08 


56 


08 


cc 


GeMlni-5, Hawaii, we have your reading onk the 9*ound. 


02 Oo 


56 


16 


r 


Roger. We're GO up here. 


02 08 


56 


18 


CC 


Boger. I have a further reaaiic; delete D-U/D-7 over 










Hawaii. Pick It up over RKV-36. 


02 08 


56 


37 


P 


Okay. 


02 08 


56 


56 


CC 


GeBlni-5 Is your Itedar on STAHIBY? 


02 08 


56 


59 


C 


That's negative. 


02 03 


57 


03 


CC 


Would you put your Radar Mode Switch to STAKDBY until 










furUier notice. 


02 08 


57 


09 


C 


Boc^r. You sure you want it to STAHUBY? 


02 08 


57 


17 


CC 


That's afflraative. Radar to STARi:(BY, G«Blnl'-5' 


02 08 


57 


20 


p 


Okay. Radar turned to STANIBY and out. 


02 08 


57 


26 


cc 


That's becavise of your tcHperature, Ge»ini-5. It's 










getting low. They want to warm it up a little. 


02 08 


57 




C 


Oh. Okay. 


02 08 


58 


07 


CC 


GeBlnl-5, Hawaii is standing by. 


02 06 


58 


U 


c 


Boger. Thank you, boys. 



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COASTAL sswncc Qumc 

02 10 11 55 C CSQ, G««tai-5. 
02 10 12 09 C CSQ, GadBl-5. 
02 10 12 11 CC BosBr. 

02 10 12 ^ C Over Banmll, but we'll Mke the D-J* pass on Hawaii 

thia paaa. 

02 10 12 35 CC Btaewc, copy. 

02 10 12 37 C Our atfttua la Green. 

02 10 12 1^1 CC RouatOB vould alao like to know the atatua of the 

reticle repair. Over. 
02 10 12 ^9 C Boser, we haven*t etarted on that yet. Litt]« bit later. 

02 10 12 51 CC . Roger. 

02 10 13 15 CC Gealni-5, CSQ haa xwtbing furtberj we're atandlng by. 
02 10 14 55 CC G«Bijai-5f C8Q. 
02 10 14 57 C Go ahead. 

02 10 14 58 CC Boger, Sooaton advlaea acrub the D-Vd-7 over Hawaii 

tfaia paaa due to weather, and you did copy that Hawaii 
will be a aedlcal data paaa for the Pilot, aff Ina? 
HANAII 

02 10 28 4l CC G«BiBi-5« Bavali CAP COM. 
02 10 26 53 * * • Hamli. 

02 10 26 54 CC Bager, we eo]^ your oral te^p.; ataad by. We are 

ataadiag by for blood preaaure. 
02 10 29 03 F B^er, coadzig down. 



PagB 271 



10 


30 


2* 


r 


iunnxx^ cLXu. you gov dxooql pivBsuxet 


02 10 


30 


30 


CC 


GrasLBl'Pj wilt is nBimii surgeoBj ve tk oaviiig a 










problm vl^ our T/H. wc haven't got any a«ta on you 










■0 far. 


02 10 


30 


37 


P 


Okay. I Ju9t sent it dovn. tmut sm xo go asaini 


02 10 


30 


39 


CC 


Stand by com, Geslnl-^. 

1 


02 10 


30 




p 


Okay. 


02 10 


31 


00 


/VI 

CC 


f 1 III t in T C « 4« TTa-mf -t -t Qii«*0AA1^ ^ Wh 'P/U TWW 

l.r6Kj.ni~7j vnlB X8 navaiX CSUJr^Ou. W »c ■•■/" HOW. 










^ouXa you give ua your oiooa preBaursj 


02 10 


31 


04^ 


c 


Boger. 


02 10 


31 


07 


CC 


G«KLni-5 would you place tbe Radar Switch to OFF. 


02 10 


31 


12 


p 


Hold still. 


02 10 


31 


ltd 


CC 


Okay, we have good blood preaeure. Give ae a nark when 










you begin your exarciae, please. 


02 10 


31 


53 


p 


Stand by. HariE. 


02 10 


32 


59 


CC 


Qk^, we teve a good blood pressure. Fete, I understand 



that you Juat got up from your nap. So If you can give 

us a water report, that's about all we'll need. 
02 10 33 06 P Roger. The Pilot has drunk 13 pounds 3 ounces, the 

riiMMiml Pilot, 13 pounds 3 ounces. 
02 10 33 15 CC I understand Pilot 13 pounds 3 ounces, CouBand Pilot 

13 pounds 8 ounces. 

02 10 33 20 P ' That's affinaatlve, aaA the Ccnaaand Pilot is eatlztg .at this 

tiae, / 



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02 10 33 23 CC * Roger, switch you over to CAP COM. 

02 10 33 2k CC G«mlnl-5 would you confirm that you've got your Radar 

Switch in the OFF position. 
02 10 33 P Ftoeer. Radar to OFF and you want us to leave this OAMS 

Heater Switch OFF, We could put that OR if you want it 

to keep the load up. 
02 10 33 k3 CC Negative. We got that teiaperature on that Radar back up 

to about UQ degrees. 
02 10 33 I»6 P (Stay. How's everything going down there. Bill? 

02 10 33 50 CC Not bad. I would like to get a readout before I loose 

you here. Would you go to ECS O2 and hold it for about 

10 seconds. 

There's ECS O2 going to Fuel Cell Og, 
Stand by one. 
Go to Fuel Cell Og. 

We're trying to get a computer readout, so stand by. 
Okay. 

ROSE KNOT VICTOR 
Geailni-5, BK'J CAP CCM voice check, how do you read? 
RKV, Geaini-5 ... 

Roger, we have soiae PLA updates for you. Acknowledge 
when you are ready to copy. 



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02 10 1^9 52 P Rogar, ^ost a second. 
02 10 50 07 P G«aiatl-5 to C097. 

02 10 50 09 CG I*d like to mlad you that all baidc angles 

1^ xmmiM the saw, that is roU left 51« roll 
ri^ 69. 

02 10 90 21 P Bofer. 

02 10 50 22 CC Ana ik) Delta, 03:58:11, 19 plus 13, 23 plus 55- 

Area hi Otarlle, 06:45:26, 21 plus 38 27 plus I3. 
Area k2 Itelta, 06:11:22, 15 plus 29, 20 plus hi. 
Afm. k3-2, 08:i»6:32, Ik plus 07, 1? plus 26. 
Area kh~2, 10:21:16, 13 plus 03, iB plus k3, 
I would like to tell you that the wather is good 
is all areas. 

02 10 52 13 P Boger, eopied thai all. 

02 10 52 15 CO Roger, like to reKina ywi that you have a Cabin Light 

Survey over C6Q on Her 38. 
02 10 52 21 P Roger. 

02 10 52 22 CC That tlM vill be approxlmtely 01:1^5:58. 

02 10 52 35 CC He*d like for you to cycle through your Quantity Read 

Switch so ve can get soae grouxvi readings. 
02 10 52 39 P Roger, BCS Og OH. 
02 10 52 ^3 CC Bogwr, stand by. 



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Will jott •witch to Ftiel Cell Og piaasej 


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Fuel C«ll Eg. 


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Roiper, ve havtt all your aystetts GO on the ground. 






EvarTthlaig looks great. 


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GO here. 


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GeKlJal-5y this is RJCv, we nave 2 auiutes oerore LOo; 






iM*z« standing by. 


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Can't read you, GeBlnl-5; Mjr ««»in. 


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Boger, ve are not doisg «idti nov but the last coi;^e 






of ox^ita ve %rere t«ri1ne to housekeeping. 


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Roger, uxkderstax^ tending to heus^ceeplng. 


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It vaa ^p^te a chore. 


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That I can waderstand. 






COASTAL SEHTRY ^lEBBC 


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C8Q, GeBinl-5. Co you read ae? Over. 


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G«Bini-5, CSQ. Read you loud and clear. hare yoi 






90 on the ground. 


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R(^r, ve're GO up here. 


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CSQ standing by. 


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Roger, We*re ^t f1niahie« up the Gevlnl. ... 



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02 U ^ ^ P L«t*s see; tbe ttae Is 3 02 beun 00 ajLautes over 

tbe Baeiflc, and off to our left v»*r« spotting largs, 
largB «z«u of cloudiness, idiich toother tbe horizon 
s eaa ae rs . Tbm horlsoa scumers cftnaot sense the faorlson 
correctly. They continue to pitch tbe ^aeecrmft up sod 

G«dJal-5> BKV CAP COM. Coat, check, how do 

you read? 

RKV CAP COM, GeBinl-5* Bead you loiid «nd clear. 
Boeer. Be advised this is a UHP-6 pass. 
Roger. UHF-6 ... 
Say a^aln, GevLni-?. 

I say ECS quantity is on and 1*11 go thrau|^ tbe ECS 
quastity. Fuel Cell O^t Puel Cell Hydrogen ... 
Roger. Standing by. 

Roger. Tbe onboard reading is 8d . . . 716 . . . psl on 
ECS O2. 
I co^. 

Fuel Cell Og is 92 percent, 70 psia. Hydrogen 87 percent, 
800 psla. 

Roger. I caj/^. You have a GO on all systesw on tbe groui^. 
Roger. He are GO up here. Be adrised that %i» Pilot and 
the Ogaaaad Pilot . . right nov. SnX>ying . . . spaghetti and 
aaatbaUs. 



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Ro^er. We hav« yoa GO oa xm grouna, mna we 'a iise 










your fuel cell pux^ status please. 


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tbe S-d s^^uence 1 and 2 vtaea you chaisge sleep cycles. 










Over. 


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YeSj ... We've got It done. Ve;ll give you the scores 










In ^ust a second. 


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-R9- was 93* 


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Copy. Cosnand Pilot's 7 wrong. Say again after that. 


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Roger. Tbm ¥^ score vas 93« 


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G«BiBl-5f CB^ tee nothing further. Standing by. 


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Roger, aesliti-5 has nothing fuirther. We're standing 










by alsa. 


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Roger. Houston advises they'll give you a system update 



over Cantoa in approxiaately 13 adnutes from now. 



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Rofer, uBdsrstand, A syvtMM itpdate over Cftston 
13 mLmxbBB frm bov. "^aok joia. Sir. 

CAima 

QtmLul'3, this is HoosttMi. Over. 

Gta^3Bd-5, 0«lnl-57 ^* ^* Hoortoa. Ov«r. 
G«aliil-9, G«id.ai-5, this is Boust(». Orer. 
G«alal>5, GsBlnl-?^ tills is Houston, Ov^. 
Gamixd-5, tills is Eo«uitoa. Owr. 

G«MlBi-5j G«iinl-^, tid,8 is Houston. Over. 
Houston, GckLbI-^ hears jonx. 

Gesdal-?, GMlnl-5, this is Houston. I do not receive 
you. I'd like to give you « stetiis report on jnour 
systeas. Over. 

Geadai-^, I still do not read you. Your status report 
is as folXovs: Your fuel cells se«B to be adequately 
rei^ciac j^our water consuiqptlon. Tank A quantity is k6 
pounds. Fuel cells se« to be doing real veil. There's 
no sicoificant degradation in either of them. At present 
there's ao ml coneem aov for either the or the 
vater presAire liaitlng your duration. We show your 
cabin temperature holding at 70 to 71 degrees. How do 
you md, Geadni? 
02 13 39 38 C * Roger, . . . clear but sli^^tly veak, Houston. 
02 13 39 1^5 CC GoalBi-?, this is Housttm. Say again. 



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Bogir, v«*x« rMdlBC you. Qo «kMA. 
Bos»r. ahem your cqniiwi)»l— «x« qulta cImo 
t» tiw pxvdictcd TBlos*. Ywnr fa«l cell % is 
e39eet«<l to v«nt for fprortmtftly 80 mar* boura. Ht 
b«T« jour coolant tiwpuritmran liel41itg s-lMdy vl-Ui tte 
vailator outlet teai^ri^ure -wanrli^ trcm 20 dttp«e> on 
tlw tear slA» to 0 tegTMs on tfae aii^t sld*. Your G&C 
•yotMM all Mea to b« delist ^tlt* wll. loi^ foAl 
TOMklnlag la 79 po\Qidft. The oiddlzer rawiiilnc Is 3-39 
pam^. With jTDiir projected e^qperiaests, vc predict 
tbn to z9q:Blre 39 pocuada of foisl, ImvIdc a pad of 20 
pottBde. Your radar average teaperature drc^^ to 19 
dasraea over the BKY on tbe 3?th rer. Tbla la the 
reaMn we aaked jo\x to brlss %bm radar to Stwadby. 
Toor tenparature la preaaatly 36 d^reaa. Over. 
Rogar. 36 dagreea od radar, 

Rocer. Ob your phaatoa A0»a raoflexvoua today, Voa raralta 
vara ^olte aacouragli^. Va bad your parlsaa within 2 
aatctieaX Kllaa of haing eoelllptlc, and your - 0>2 nautl^O. 
aula - emd your apoflaa td.thin 0.3 natitlcal alia. Tbl» 
vomlA hKtm slven abovA a 2 alnatea dlfferaaoe in the 
iaitlatloii tlae for temLaal jjbaam. Many of your esq^rl- 
arafta ttmoanou ax« gpi3^ to depend on hov i«all ve can 



get tlw zvticle tiJoA. How do you seaa to ^ dolne 
OS tlat B0w7 

02 13 In ^9 C I'm ipfiilBS xvady to noA <m It now. 

02 13 Hi 52 CC Ota^. «»•*• boen tidclDg ft f^ragl* of ttes «p«rt harm 

^amt to tM itot problMM aisbt hsre. We'd lllco 
to c<aAiet bom radjir toatft Umorrov. Tkm oaas that we 
did dfty before jMtwday *«p« qjulto eaeouraclag. In ttieae 
fMto, m'll be doiaft three different tTpee of reaOesroua 
teete, tmBmx teete, «ad teo «eete InrelTlBs tte 
and the eeeansre. Could yon tell ue idietlier either doing 
tikt BOB* esMrrcice or doing the pees over tte Cape> you 
dbeerTtti yoor IDI needUe to be centering as you were 
tracklxv either the fiEP or -ttie Cape? Over. 

02 13 Me 37 C Yee, they were. Over. 

02 13 U2 39 CC Okay. ^Rila wasn't eaaflra»d by our suHsarles on the 

grosvd. V**Te also considering sobk readesvoos tendjoal 
pbaee visibility tests starting i^oat 20 vlautas prior 
to a alaulated laltlatloa bum and carrying on through 
to the breaklBg point. 

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02 13 ^3 03 CC * Say a«ftln. 

02 13 ^3 08 CC GealBl-^j Houston. Say again. 

02 13 V3 25 C ¥e*re etUl reading mMtUrn ... not riding Houston 

any morn. 



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G«BlBi-9, bov do Tou read 


Bouaton now? 


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wt of tbe«e tMt«^ po«<Br 



pszmtt^lag, daring jovtr aoa-statesld* pasMs. If jou 
hmn aaj «aMiit c« vbatlwr you care to be occupied 
vlille one person le elteping ve'd be vlllisg to bear 

thCK. 

02 13 H 04 C I think ve hare been kept fairly busy. It hasn't been 

too bad so far. 

02 13 ^ 11 CC Bo0Br. This vould be irtille one crew aeidierU sleeping 

9aA the other one le sitting by. 
02 13 ^ 18 C Boger. Of eouree, scae of these things are going to 

definitely vake the other asn v^. 
02 13 ^ 2l» CC UBderrtaai. 

02 13 li6 ^ P CcHBante for tbs tape recorder: t have to rettlnd aarself 

to find o«t vhat It is that's going squeak, s^oeak, squeak 
OB ^e rl^t side behind my bead. 

B06E tgCfS VICTOB 
BKV CAP COM, cm TSC, bov do you r«ad? 
fioser, BtC?. • GMdnl-5 ree^ you loud taoA clear. 
Ito0sr. You have a GO on the grotmd. 
RogNT. 00 here. 



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Il» QO 37 CX; Bog^r. V« bavc a tracking pass update for you. 

Aekaoirladca wtieo jrsu'xv ready to oepy. 
02 1^ 00 IMi d Reenr. Oo ahead. 

02 lif 00 i»6 CC CablA Lli^itiBg, 06:2^:00^ delete* Cabin Lli^tiBs, 

04-:5^:fl6, haada 19. I repeat, heada up. S>7, 
06%3Zi^, aeq,uenca 1, pitch 90 dovn. Aircraft 
at^port. 0^:00;00, saqtwiKM Bo. 1, delete. 

So you oof7? 

02 14 02 06 C Roger* 

02 ll> 02 11 C ... 

02 lU 02 13 CC Go atead. 

02 lit 02 X6 C Boflcr. M» copy *. . , HKV. 

02 14 02 19 CC Baser, 1«e*d like to advise you that you bare a aedical 

data pace <m the Cn—nnil Pilot over on Rev Uo. 
•I'll give you a tiw on that. Wt: 53:1*9. 
02 14 02 40 C Okfky. 
Ce 14 02 43 CC Roger. 

14 04 09 CC fTnalnl SSPf. 
02 14 04 11 P HogK", «o ahmd, RKV. 

02 14 04 13 CC Roger. Would ywi turn off your Qaantity Read Switch? 
02 14 Ofc 17 P Hoe»r. 
02 14 04 19 CC Thank you. 
02 14 04 21 P Thank yoo. 

02 14 06 10 CC GeiBlBi-5, thla Is RKV. We have 1 alButc before LOS, Ue'n 

staadlBg by. 



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Rt^nr. tii hsre you GO os ttas ground. sb& ftdrls* we ImT* 










« mlid fiiiiwintHin, fttaadlag by for bXood preMurc. 


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St Aill wsIa. 


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■Bzk vhsB yeu begla exerclso* 


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DolBg swreiss oov. Steady blood preesurs. 


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G«Kiai-5; you wozted at fuXX scaXe. Tour blood pressure 










cuff is at full seals. 


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prsMure. Standing "by for food, vater and sleep report. 


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On yoor sltsp rapart ttas Pilot is asleep now. I ^t goi 



SOBS sleep about an boor and a half > abovt two hours and 
a half ago cad I ate, I ^ms I got a coa^le of boors 
pQPStty fair sleep. I Just as veil aov haw the vster 
report Pov you. 



08 11^ 98 52 C All rl^t, both tha PUot and tba rn—aml FtXot sx« 15 

poinds vater each. 



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BoostoB Su3f«»on nq^nt^S. v« adviae yoa Vmt he vould 
IUbb to e^l«ct « xwport froa jou on yo«r food aad sleep 
once dally durlsg the last pass they have, and If yo\x 
could be ready for that, it vrald be a little helpfol. 
02 1^ 59 kS CC Hiat ahould occtir cm approxiaately Rnr kh and 62. 
02 Ik 59 53 C (Stay. 

ROSE KKOT VICTOR 
Gealnl-^, RKV CAP COM. 
RKvr, G«dni-5. 

Rofler. All ayatoas look good here on the ground. I 
have a Pli|^t Plan \;^pdate for joa. Let ma know lAen 
yo«*re ready to ccfpj. 
Caaj. I 'b ready to copy. 

» 

lec-l, 07:^10:00, eeq^M&ce Oi»y aa in final wet, Plight Flan. 
(Hcagr. ■ 

I'd alao like to get evaluatioa of the light In jour 
reticle, of your . . 

All right. Soger. I had it all apart, this last ni^t. 
I have it repaired and voxUng nov. 



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02 15 35 (X Oh, ▼•ry Bood. 

OS 15 36 08 P 'a»am suite ♦ * . really pwte out pleaty of cooUag 

arcftind both legs I hear. 
02 15 36 15 CX; Bogsr. I uBderstaad. 

Ctt 15 36 17 P ZMoadLng sbofut, alaost tbt rery lowest, vmnwst 

suit tsi ^ T >tuj>, sad aew fXew is both suits, lt*s still 
rvBtt^nS 50 degrees oat of suit beat excbangs. 

02 15 36 ^ OC Re^r. I uaderstead. 

CAHABY 

02 15 58 21 CC Ocaiai-5, this is C^aary CAP CGM. I have soaathiag fc^r 

lou at ttd.B tlae. Ite are dueplog your tapes so ve're 
staadlag by. 

02 15 58 30 P Soger, Caaarlee, thaak you. a«Bdai-5 here. 
02 15 58 3^ CC Roger. 

02 16 33 33 C Olcay, the cloud foraatloas are scattered to broken cuaulus, 

soae cirrus ... Fhlliipiae Islands. Tbit clouds are fairly 
high cloud buildugpe . . . about a 70 to 75 degree azkgle 
for the. first one ... picture is sbout 90 for the Ik and 
slif^itly ever 90 for the seccmd 1-A and sli^tly aore than 
that for the next Ik, 

ROSE KSKfS VICTQSt 

02 17 09 45 CC Ge«lai-5, BKV CAP COM. 

02 17 09 ^9 C Roger, RE7 CAP CON, GeBini-5. 



Ctt i7 09 52 CC RoeBX-. We'd likft to T«rify tiie position of Pyel Cell 

Beeter end 0^ Sester circuit Tdr^kieac. U»*d like for 
It to be open. 



Ro^ir. Fael Cell HjdroseB and OxT^ea aiid BCS O2 
Seetere are aU open. 

Vu referring to ttw Heater circuit bmker 00 tlie 
Pilot 'e circuit breeker panel. 
Gkajr. jiiet a vUtute, 

O^tty, Pael Cell pg . . . Brater ■circuit breaker, niat 

tbe one? 

Rc^r. 

OjtjrsBB open* 

Boger. niank you. They were venting to aake sure tiiat 
ve didn't get anar aore H2 overboard then ve had to. 
Soger. 

Srerythlng looks real good here on ttim ground. 
... Owr1w1-5. 

STerythlng looks real good up here. 
Boger. 

CABAHI 

Q«dnl-5, iAdM is Canary CAP CCH. We are duaqplng foor 
t^pe at the present tlae. We have nothing for you. 
We're standing by. 



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Roc«r. Unierstatid. 800. And ve bave an update for 



you OA mom radar teat procedures, eoMe procedural update 
aad • platfozm test, ao If you tasYe a piece of paper handy, 
yoa ail^ gtt it out i&lle I ask you another question. 
IS 55 10 P Ckay. 
02 18 55 U CC OoalA jnoa giva us a little descrlptifat bow you 

rifpaired your reticle pleaseT 



02 iB 55 16 F Roflsr, I toc^ It ail apart, cMqpletaly dmantLed it, 

azkd ««• IsvtalliBS ttai aux. r»cept«cle lig)it iasld* 
it lAMm I diaccnrarad tluit th« aux. racaptada iAmb tba 
c<»<d «aa polled CMt to tbe claarly foUj clMrly fullj 
•xt^, it atierted out. . . . farther Z discorerad ia 
■or aux. racaptacla cord and not the z«ticle. 

oe 18 55 4? CC Bog. UMerstasd. Verj eood. Xoa'va started a sev 

cneapt ia in-fli^tt ■alstenanca dovn ben. 

02 16 55 52 F Itlght. So tlien I want back to It and put tbe thing all 

back together again and tbm put another aux. receptacle 
cord on and it wxiM fine. 

02 Id 56 Oi^ CC Okay. Very good. ¥e vera mteraeted in that and it 

really aavea us qixlte a bit on the expexdjKnts. Okay^ 
«if you have a paper ready, Slllot*s got som j^rocedurea 
here for a Badar Teat, and ve'U pass up the tlaaa and 
the Mqooce madbera on your next pass over Carnarvon. 

02 I3 56 22 P ... out. 

02 16 56 25 CC You ready to copy, GordoT 

02 16 56 26 C All eet. 

02 16 56 26 CC Okay. OMa is a Radar Test vhich ia going to be run <m 

the ground baaed BEP, There's coBsiderahla Interest 
being generated in tlmt. Looks like ve my be able to 
get a l0t of oaefol data out of it. This vlll be called 
Badar Test 9. Conflgaration, &aae as 3 plus cos^ter 



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mdeeTouft platfoxv Oxfe Rate, MDIU address 6$. This 
Baidar Test vlll be used in c(»Ju&etlon vlth tvo platfoTB 

* 

tests anl we vaot jou to aline ttw platform before 
aagr of tfae radar tests or tbit platfom tests. 
02 18 57 19 C Okay. Cdaflcurstloa tbe seat as radar A except 

pla-^oxw Orb Itete, IffilU to 69, and vbmt was the 
otter ooe? 

Coa^oter to HKSI25ZVOUS. 
Okay. 

Procedure. Bead out 6$ until it updates. Iben svLtch 
to CATCa QP for 1 •ec<»d and back to BEnDEZVOUS. Bspeat 
■ 10 tlMS, 

02 IB 58 0J» C 09DB7. BMd out 69 until it ti^^tes, tben switch to 

CASCH UP for 1 secoflkij then back to fERISZVOUS, and 
repeat this 10 tlaes. 
18 58 16 CC That's correct. Bow it vlll not take 100 aeconds 

for tlM zwi0e to \9date. Tbm reasOT it v<»*t Is 
because you switch out of Bendezvous into 
Catch sod then rlgbt back, ao it should only take 
about five secoouis before you get an update on your 69. 
Tbm BiBixte you get it you switch out of it. 

02 18 58 35 C Okay. 

02 18 58 36 CC And no Pilot data required on this. It's aU tape 

recorded data. 

02 Id 58 U2 C Okay. Siese are all platfom not realined. Right? 



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02 l8 58 lf5 CC That's correct. And the purpose Itere Is to see that 

the coaputer accepts the range aieastireaents as 
quickly as It should. 
Okay. What rev is this for nov? 
They'll assign it to you on the CaxMnroa \ipdate. 
Okay. Fine. 

Okay, nie platform, -Uie next thing is one of the — 
ve have ta'platfora tests. The first one is called 
Platfom Test 1. Ccmfiguratlon, platforv Oz^ Rate, 
ccqpater Prelaunch, attitude control Horizon Scan, 
Questeu: aode 01 speed 30. Procedure, yaw 90 left, 
take <»ae photo of horizon. Still read as Gordo? 
CAKABY 

02 19 06 05 CC Gealnl-5, this is Canary CAP COM. You'll be given 

the rest of your platform update experimental Infonation 
over Carnarvon. 

02 19 06 14^ P <^Eay, fine. Thank you. 

02 19 06 15 CC Rog. Vte have a real busy pass coming up here. We'd 

]JLke to get a purge on both sections of the fuel cell. 
We'd like to start out with a project quantity reading. 
Would you go to ECS Og position please? Woxild you give 
me a readout please? 



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Mark hydrogen. 


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CARMABVCH) 

02 19 140 38 CC Gealni-5, Carnarvon CAP CCM. 
02 19 ^ P Go ahead!, Camanrou, GeBlui-5* 

02 19 ^ ^ CC Rog*!** Gealnl-5. We've got a lot of updating to do -Uiis 

paee. Ve'll start by updating your PL4*e. Are you ready 
* to copy? 

19 to 56 P Roger, wait one. 



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02 19 i^l 60 CC After that, we'll fini»b i;^p thlB platfors test procedure 

•nd go «& to the Fllc^t FLsn v^dete. 
02 19 Ml 06 P Okay. Beady to copy. 

02 19 in 09 CC Bbger, Area 1*5-1. U Plu« ^5 plue 36. lU pliis 0?. 

19 plue 17. Ar« ^^-1. 13:20:39, 12 plua 59. 

18 piue 32. »>7-l. U:55:36, 12 plue 09. iB plue Q7. 

Area W-l, 16 plue 29 plua JtS, U plue it6, 18 plue 08. 
02 19 37 CC 09 Area '♦9-^. 

02 19 i»3 08 CC How far did you get with that update over the States on 

-Uw platfoxs test? 

02 15 13 P Ve Juet started the platform test on aline configuration, 

on pOLatform configuration, coqputer configuration and 

attitude control configuration. 
02 15 k3 23 CC Okay. 1*11 go back axul start at platform teet 1. You 

got part of it. Configuration is platform to Orbit Rate. 

Computer Prelaxmch. Attitude control Prison Scan. 

QuMstar mode 01. Speed 30. And the procedure is as 

follows: Yaw 90 left. Take one i^koto of -Om horizon. 

Copy? 

02 19 Mi^ 02 P Roger. Yaw 90 left. Take one i^to of the horison. 

02 19 1^ 06 CC Boger. Cttay. Platform test lio, 2 cfHiflguratlcm. It*s 

the seme ae platform test 1. Procedure is as follows: 
Point at Southern Cross and take one i^to. Should be on 



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horizon, next, point at Pollux and take one photo; 
■boold be Venus. 
roint where? 

P sero, ^lliix, Pollux. Do you copyf 
Itogtr. Next point at Rxlluz and take oxie photo. 
M^tt. Tbat*a It on the platform teat. 
What 'a the tlae for pUtfont teat 1 aod 2T 
Say again. 

What are the tiaes for teat 1 and 2? 
OkBjf. That's next on the Flight Flan update, Prte. 
1*11 atart tlvit now. 

Okay. Title of this is Platform. 12 houra kO minutes 
00 seconds. Rsma2^, power up. Okay, ivext is "D-k/li-f, 
12:50:00, Sequence No. kO&. I'iext is, next one is Platfonn. 
13 hours 10 minutes 00 seconds. Remarks, alioe SQBF. Next 
is S-8/D-I3. Tims 13:32:1*6. Sequence ^o, 03. R«i*b, 
pitch down 30. Yaw left 2 degrees, r^ext — Are you copying 
okay? 

02 19 k6 U6 P Yes. 

02 19 i(6 1*6 cc CHcay. Next, medical data pass. 13:^7:01. Remarks: 

Coanand Pilot at Canary Islands Instead of Carnarvon, 
i^ext is Platform. 1^ hours, 00:00. Aline SEP. 
Next is S-1. Time iV hours, 18:36. Hemartu: Sunset 
time, tiext is D-6. 15 hours, 06:56. That's sequence 



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Ito. 021. Mode Ho. Reawrks: Pitch down 30. Yaw 

left 2 dosraes. S^iacd 60. got about 30 seconds, 

Gordo, l*ft and I*v« sot about halfwaj timacb this thing. 
Via*ll pick roa iq> later. 1*11 whtmS. and give jonx the 
naxt ooa. D-6 is 15 hoars 13 alnutes $1 seconds. 
8e«wiice Ho. l^k. Mode No. 06. Pitch down 30. Yaw 0. 

t 

Speed 125. Ho joa eo^T 
02 19 W 55 P That's amiaatlve. 

02 19 M 56 CC - Okay. nM[t*s aboat it. W»*ll haiv* LOS anj alnute now. 

fte'U pick up the rest of these next station. 
02 19 ^9 07 CC All -ajetaw look good on the ground. 



TEXAS 

02 20 27 17 CC Gei^al-5, GeKLal-5, Houston CAP COM. Over. 

20 27 22 C Hello, a<wst(m CAP COK. Gealnl-5 here. Go ahead. 
02 20 27 25 CC Roger. I have a continuation for your ajqperlMents 

t^date. Are you ready to copy? 
02 20 27 29 C Beady to e^y. 

02 20 27 30 CC Bog. Tha first one wlU be D-VD-7. 15:59:00. Sequence 

k09, and ^10 Bravo. Next one Is a Flatfont. At 16:15:00. 
Aline SEF. Next one Is power up at 16:20:00. Radar and 
rate gyros on. Next one Is D-U/D-?- 16:37:24, Seijucnce 
^3 Al]^. Mode 06. Pitch 30 down. Yaw kz left, 
^peed 60. Ntxt one is computer. 16:^5:00. Pover up. 
The next one Is a radar test. 16:46:02. Sequence 09. 

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Pit<dk 30 dovn. lav 07 left. The next, your test vlll ^e 
eoapLet* «t 16:?3:00. Radar off. Aline SEP. Next one Is 
a ELatfoxa test. At 17:05:00. Se({ttencc 01. The oext 
one la tte ottwr ]^tfora teat. At 17:21:^3. Sequence 02. 
- Axii. ve have a change oxi ttfa stars. It vlll be Venus Instead 
of tlM Southern Crosa, and Toaalbaut Instead of BdUiix. 
Hext one is S-d/D-13. At l6:16:l)». Sequence 03. Pitch 
30 down. Yav 22 left. The last one is a p<^r down. 
At 18:^:00. Crsnputer off. FUtfor» off and rate gyros 
off. Do jou copy? 
"niat's afflrwtlve. 

Roger and would you turn your radar off now please. 
Roger. Radar off. 

Gkay. You look real good here on the ground. Do you 
have any qiiestions on the experlaents? 
Mo, I'll tell you we ^t a full day; I hope we get thos 
all done. 

02 20 31 1)0 CC Yes> It should hunch you a little hit soaetiaes hut 

we try to plan tbem so you have tljas in between. If you 
have any questions as you go along, Just ask and w'll 
be standing by. 
Okay. 

How's the weather back there In Houston? 
CfeBlni-5, Souston. 



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nia in purticular) Vf^iy once In • irttlle a little 
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llxue coolAT twa vt •s^cctMi* nw IS your coMTorxi 


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Cold, huh? Have any rain up there? 


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a iriille to imim up. We've cot quite coHA, 


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We ha4 the auit eet Aovn on a full hot poaltlon, ve had 










both aolts cloaed down a bit before and ve still get ca 


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Ciaalnl, Bmvton. Go. 


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Rover. For your Infoxaatlon, the relative huBldlty has 










been riming around 56 to ^9%* 


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(ffi 20 33 36 CC fhAt*» nic« and dry. 

02 20 33 *»0 P 

02 20 33 Hi» CC Mmrm up ^r*. 

02 20 33 ^ P Say acaln. 

de 20 33 i^7 CC Wiah i» wre there. 

02 aO 33 1*9 P Tea, but another day or two I'U be glad to trade with 

• you. 

02 20 33 51 CC Tou eat a deal. 

02 20 33 56 CC Sov aany peanut ti^a Iwve you got left? 

02 20 33 58 P Ea*eo»t found any yet but we're collecting an awful lot 

of rfe«ff . , 

02 20 34 05 CC fiov aaBh of tbat stuff are you baving left over trtm tbe 



02 20 31* 12 C Hey, Blliot, Ge»lnl-5. 
02 20 3l» 14 CC Go. 

02 20 34 15 C What's tbe deal on tbe hydrogen? It seeM to be going 

down fairly fast. 

02 20 34 21 CC Yes, it's anting now. We expect it to be going down 

pretty fast. We're watching it very closely. It's following 
the predicted curve. 

02 20 34 2S C Soger. 

02 20 34 32 CC GeKiBl-5^ this is Souston Plight. 
(MS 20 34 36 C Go ahead, Fligbt. 



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02 20 1(0 1(4 CC G«idBl-5^ this is CUW17 CAP CON. We bave notfalBg for 

jaa tkls pMs. Everything Io(^ okay on the ground. 
02 20 kO 31 C Roser, CaauT. Gadjii-5 Is GO «a> here. 
02 20 )»0 54 CC Boser. 

CARHARVtC»i 

02 21 14 $1 CC G«Ktnl-?, Camar^roD. Ve have a valid oral top. Stand 

by for the &3trg/Km, 

02 21 14 57 CC GMixii-5r Carnarvon Sozveon. Standing by for your first 

blood preasare. 
Boesr. CoBing down. 
Your cuff is scale. 

He have your blood pressures. Standing by for your 
exercise on your nark* 
Roger. Mai'k. 
Your cuff is full soale. 

And we have your second blood pressure. On your food 
report, if you could, give it to us by day and letter 
and, if you rBBei«>er, the iteas vhieh you did not eat 
in either aeal. Over. 

Okay. The ... of the water is 15 pounds . . . 
Boger. 

Zi^ ounces and presently eating meal 3A and I have 
]}retty irell been eating the rehydrataiblAS and not the 
solids. 



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02 21 17 30 CC Boe»r. 

02 21 17 33 CC Sleep report now, 

(te 21 17 36 C I slept tbvaX k boon la»t iHi^t in hour period* and 

I aboat 2-1/2 on tbt 2 -hour najf period. 

02 21 17 U7 CC Boger. Ai^thing ele* to reportT 
02 21 17 5*^ C Hope. 

02 21 17 56 (X B^ger. Cmxvmrrtm 8arge<m out. 

02 21 18 00 CC GealBl, Canuunroa CAP COM. Whet !• the position of jrour 

soit tmperatore coatrol valvet 
02 21 ^ 08 C Boeer. I give you a nmiber reading. It's J\ist off »o. 8. 
02 21 18 19 CC IB it fUU cloctariseT Fall warn? 
C» 21 18 23 C 80, not quite. 
02 21 IS 26 CC Are ycm too cool? 

02 21 IB 31 C ^ We were last night. It gets pretty cold in here with 

two cooler boosters roming. 
02 21 Ifl' 37 CC BDger. 

02 21 18 39 C Oar suit teaperatures run down around hk. 
02 21 18 M» CC Roser. Co^ kk, 

02 21 18 lt6 C We got thea nsoiiing «q? around 50 ri^ now, 
02 21 IB 1»9 CG Rofer. 

OS 21 19 25 CC Geadni, be adrlsed if that tei^rature control iwO-ve is 

in the fall clockwise or full wax* position, it should 
cut off the coolant. 

02 a 19 M) C ies^ I thlaJc we discovepcd thst. 



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Bog^Tf GeslBl. You look real good donm hex* also. Wie 










had a visual ai|^ of ttw booster vnlcb bas rMloved 










atooat^ o ■laatss, about 1^« 10-1? HlxBrcas ago. 


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Tfaera's a correction on that. It's got 36 Kinutes ahead 










of JOU. 


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Eow's eYerythli^ going dovs there? Ve Iwepisg you busy? 


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Very busy. Got up this noraiog about laoon. The piano 










player at -Ute board got us up and we had a delicious neal 










at the ... Hotel and then cai» to vork. 


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Roger. Give ay best to all ay friends down there^ please. 


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Win dOy Pate. They send you their regards also. They 










■iss you. 


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Vm*Te about a alnute to LOS. 


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GeMinl-5f Gwinl-5, Houston CAP COf. Over. 


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Rog. You're looking good here on the groiisd. We*d 



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with our T/M data. Flmt, could yoix give ua your cryo- 
qoantltar raadoat la aU. three fosltlona pleaaeT 

02 21 57 22 C Rftger. ECS Og, 7 perceat, 790. 

02 21 57 32 CC Bofer. I laierataad 87 percent and 790. 

02 21 57 36 C . Rocsr, and FUel Cell 0^, 91-1/2, 100. 

02 21 57 ^3 OC 91-1/2 aad 100. 

OS 31 77 ^7 C ayftrosea la 82 percent, aaTbe-Juat a notch about -Uiat. 

Jteke it 82.5 «^ about 785. 
21 58 00 CC Roger. 82. 5 aad 785. liext coald v hove 7oui> 

aouree pveaevure aad teaperature, pleaae? 
02 21 3d 11 C QAM5 aotirce is 50 aad 1550. 

02 21 58 15 CC Boeer. 50 and 50. And your QMS regvOator preaarire please. 
02 21 58 28 C Ko QMC regulator presaure; -Qm teaqwrature ie 50 and the 

preasare ia 1550. 

02 21 58 37 CC Bog. l^rstand. 50 and 50. And next tbe RCS Ring A 

source presaure and teas>erature. 
02 21 58 1*6 C I say again. The OAMB source tei^jerature is 5O; the 

pressure Is 1550. 
022158 58 CC Boesr. 50 and 1550. 

02 21 59 02 C Aoger. Go <m to your BCS Ring A, teaq;>erature is 65, 290. 
02 21 59 12 CC Boasr. Teigperature 65 and 290 pressure. Okay. RCS 

BanoB Bate. 

02 21 59 17 C 63, 285. 

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Could ve hKv« UDtber read oa your 0416 rcfolvted 
precsvtrs pleaae? 
Roffnr* You're k«y«d. 
H«11d, BouatoBl 
Oo ahead. 

Tbe OAIB regulated source preaaure: 1550. 

QeBiBl, eould ve h«re your regulator prcsawe, not your 

source presaure, your regulated preeanre. 

Imager. Sorry, Fuel la 50, 300. 

MythlBg elae, Houatos? 

Tea. Elliot vaata to talk to you al>out tiw here. 
Pate J I'd like to give you a little further briefing oa 
filiat to esqpeet ob thia fuel cell hydrogea. As you'll 
Dotice, you've used altout 20 perceat over the paat three 
dagra aod you can nov start expecting a rate of ahont 
13 pereeat per day until you gat down to SLbout 25 percent 
raaaining, and then tbe curve will flare out there and 
decrease at a slower rate and It'a a little bit unknova 
at that point. tfe'U kind of have to vait and see hov it 
goes dova in there as to Just exactly vhat it will behave 
like. We are venting bcjv, and that 'a yixy it ia going 
down ao rapid3^. 



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tine in thic Rendezvous Hode or should we be in Catch Up 
for acquisition? 

Yon can be in Rendezvous. That's okay. As yen approach 
the target, you can have a readout going on 69 and it 
shouldn't, as I xmderstand it, it shouldn't change until 
you actually acquire the target and start reading out 
sc«e range; and then once you get a range readout you can 
start into you cycles. 
I'm with ycai. 
Is it clear otherwise? 

again. 
Is it clear otherwise? 
I think so. 
Okay. " 

Good iBoming, Pete. How are you thi& mpming? 

Fine. Who's that? Mr. Kraft? 

That's right. 

Morning, Chris. 

How are you, Gordo? 

Pretty fair. 

You both sound great. 

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02 22 03 55 CC No. 
02 22 03 57 C So? 
02 22 03 59 CC No! 
02 22 04 00 C Okay. 

02 22 OU 01 P Okay. We'll turn her clear off then. 

02 22 Olf 09 CC They're monitoring the coolant loop temperature here on 

the ground and they'll let you knov if it gets too cool. 
02 22 0*4 15 C Okay, 

02 22 Olf U3 C You should have seen our act last night. Having all the 

nuts and bolts and screws rebuilding that reticle. 

02 22 07 h7 P Okay, the time is 3 days 12 hours 10 minutes. Our 

inadvertent circuit breaker turning off last night in OAMB 
Be^lator Control with PROP circuit breaker was probably 
due to keeping the water gun fastened up there on the 
overhead'. In discussing th&t and looking up there, you 
see that fastening the gun up there has been chipping the 
gray paint' off the switch breaker guards. So we don't 
think that's ti/O good an idea any more, and we keep the 
gun in the holder back in the back. 

CANARY ISLANDS 

02 22 15 13 CC GeHiini-5 , this is Canary CAP CCIC I have nothing for you 

this pass; everything looks good from the ground. We're 
standing by. 

02 22 15 21 P Roger, Gemini -5, thank you. 



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right in the center of that Eight and track with it, it 
really comes up in the Qjiestar. Kow yesterday, the Haval 
Air Station in Dallas when I had it in there, only half 
the runway filled the whole picture. So you can see how 
big that Questar is blown up. 
Cfi 22 39 06 C Yes. 

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-2 22 39 09 P So if you can really get on there in the same with 

■ttve •hip- 
OS 22 39 lit C les, but api»rently the reticle is horesi^ted pretty 

good} because on the nooD and star neasurements we made, 

lAen I get right on it^ you're on it too. 
02 22 39 21 ? Oh, yes y yes t boresight seees to be very good between 

the blob, the telescope, and the ... 
02 22 39 30 C . . . 

02 22 i+6 09 P The tiae is 03 days k7 minutes. The IC^ power supply is 

on, and we're getting ready to power up the platfona and 
we're getting ready to do B-k/l)~7 ^^08 over Carnarvon. 

02 22 kS 59 P The time is 03 days 12 hours 50 mimiteB. Acquisition with 

Carnarvon, platform is powered up, standing by to do the 

CARRAEV<»}, AUSTBALIA 
02 22 50 11 P Hello, Carnarvon, Gemljni-5 here. 

02 22 50 16 P Roger, We're GO up here. We're GO on k08. The platform 

is powered up in the Cage Mode SEF, and IGS inverter OH. 

02 22 50 25 P Are you ready to receive our D-4/D-7 data? 

02 22 50 33 P CScay. We'll give you a toark when we've got it in the 

right place. 

CC 22 50 ifO C It's black sky. 

02 22 50 U2 P It's black, sky. 



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02 22 50 U9 C Okay, Bid Ifeddy, we're right on the black sky in line 

right now. 
22 50 5^ P Okay. 

02 22 50 59 P 

02 22 51 01 P Ify night vision is getting better all the time. ... on 

the Miil^ Way. You got it? Okay. 
02 22 51 06 C Yes. 

02 22 51 09 P Okay, you can aark this time as the time to take data. 

And I'll cycle through the Cryo Read Switch for you. 
02 22 51 ^^9 P Okay. Do you mind if I turn up the light? 

02 22 51 52 C No, go ahead. You can tiim it up. 

02 22 51 53 P Okay- 

02 22 51 59 P Roger. The cryo reading onboard is 86, 790. Fuel Cell 

O2 91^, 100. 
02 22 52 32 P Hydrogen 790. 

02 22 52 38 CC Roger. 

02 22 52 i+9 C Ycai know, I'm really serious about one thing. That 

doggone M-1 thing just bothers the heck out of me. 

02 22 52 55 CC Everything looks real good on the ground. 

02 22 52 59 P Etoger. Well, listen, why don't X turn it off on your 

next sleep period to see hew much noise it makes with it 
t\imed off. 

02 22 53 06 C I think it still makes the same noise. I don't think-- 

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Gb, it doefinH matter bow aiaxiy tines tiwit it does it. 
It's Just that it does it — 

rt's just 'Uiat every time it does it, it juet vakes me 
up. Just BAM, like — 
02 22 53 35 C I'm going to put in a real strong recoanendation to Shaky 

and Frank that they don't take it wless they redo that 
thing, because I told those guys that I thought that it 
was too noisy months ago. 
02 22 53 52 P Yes, you're right; it really makes a lot of noise. I 

didn't realize how auch it made. Especially seeing how 
quiet it is in here. 
02 22 53 59 C Yes. 

02 22 5^+ OU P Even when I Humble in the mike and you're asleep, I know 

it wakes you up. 

02 22 09 C Yes, sometimes it does. No, not usuaiiiy; it just depends. 

Like if I'm just trying to get to sleep and can't — 
02 22 5if 18 P When you've got that long spell there, h'y or 50 minutes 

between a station, you can usually get powered down pretty 

mnch. 

22 5^ 23 C Yes. 
02 22 54 25 P niere's no doubt about it, though - I think another thing 

that helps was putting these polaroid filters in the 
window and cutting that sunlight down. 
02 22 35 C Yes, those polaroid filters are really great. 



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02 22 58 25 C Oht I see, yes. 

02 22 58 28 P Yes, tltet's the Aurora. lou see how jagged it is? Yew 

see how it's disrupted the airglow? 
02 22 58 35 P As a matter of a fact, that's reiy interesting. Look, 

the airglow actually slopes up; I mean it gets black. 

You see that? 

02 22 58 U2 C Mo, I think what it is, is that there are clouds under the 

airglow elsewhere, and maybe this is just clear right in 
here. 

22 58 5*4^ P Yes, but that's Aurora. It's changing. And it's sort of 

green. Don't you agree the color is sort of green? 

02 22 59 OU P Turn out yoxir light. That's Aurora. 

02 22 59 13 C I thinX that it's just that it's clear. 

02 22 59 16 C I think that ii>'s just that there aren't any clouds 

underneath the — 

02 22 59 21 P No, that's Aurora. 

02 22 59 23 C --airglow here. I think it's just the airglow, Pete. 

02 22 59 28 P Well, it's a very Ufiusual discontinuity, and I haven't 

seen it before. 

02 22 59 33 C Well, it's on the ground. That's actually the ground on 

^he horizon you're seeing there. I think then you're 
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02 22 59 1+5 P No, now looit at that I Now it's just a aiaootlr green 

d^Barcation all the way across I 
02 22 59 52 C Maybe you're fight. Waybe— 

02 22 59 5U P Yes, that's Auroral Yoti see how it chaaages? Look, we're 

passing over Sidney right now. I can see Sidney and 
Australia, and there's nothing south of here but waterl 
02 23 00 06 P There's Sidney down there, bright as day! 

02 23 00 18 P Okay, now did you see the Southern Cross and Alpha wid 

Beta Kentaurus? '^ey're up real well and we're not going 
to have any strain — You're going to have to roll left 
120 degrees; sfter that, pitch up keeping the horizon in 
sight until you see Achemar, and then move up till you 
pick up Grus and Fomalhaut for the S-i, next rev. 
Yes. 

CksQT. Very good. 

Kow we're going by New Zealand; I can see it. 
Yes. 

That's Aurora, bigger than heck. Now it's gotten real 
small again, but it's still there. 
Yes, I believe you're right. I think it is — 
And it's a very decided green, now that I got the red 
limits out and I've been adapted a little longer. 
We're going ri,^t over New Zealand now. 
Yes. 'Diere's a couple or three towns down there, isn't 
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Oiciyj I got the red light bstck on; we can get back on 
the flight plan here. 

A good point hiire that I'd like to record, that Pete 
has Just made, is that these pcww aiwi utility wkL 
telemetry plugs are almost impossible to hook up at 
night. They're very miserable. They don't have a 
proper detent to lock in right, and you hare to fiddle 
around with them a little too much. 

Ttie main trouble with this reticle - strictly for Wally's 
piirposes here - is that the reticle picks up any kind of 
light in the cociqiit very badly. Just multiplies it by 
many angles. 

How's that? Does that make it any better? 
Yes, but now you've picked up ny little red light over 
here. That's the point that Pete ^ust made; it's been 
made many times before and should be reiterated, Becstise 
of the poor lighting conditions and changing light condition 
and also this scum and crud that is on the windcnr, whai 
you're going into or coming out of a day or night or 
vice versa, you're just completely blinded at that point. 
Ok^, the ccffliputer took a full 25 minutes to eoEae on the 
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02 23 Ik k7 P Kie platform, excxise me, the platform took 25 minutes to 

come on the line. Must be very cold. . 

02 23 15 kZ P CoBment for the tape. We're doing a platform aline at 

night with the reticle in the window and firing the pitch 
■up thrusters. Makes quite a bright ill'mainaticm off the 
reticle there in Gordo's eyes and also I can see it quite 
plainly. 

02 23 26 11 C Crament for the tape. We're alining the platform going 

right into the sun now, and I really notice a lot of film 
on my windshield. It seims to be cai the innel- side of the 
outer pane. It seems to be getting a little bit worse as 
the flight goes alcmg. 

GUAXMAS, MEXICO 
02 23 27 3^+ CC Gesiini-5, Quaymas CAP CCa*. 
02. 23 27 37 C Hello, Guaymas, this is Gemini-5 here. 

02 23 27 CC Olcay, we'd like you to bring your colter up in the "Pre- 

launch Mode at this time. 
02 23 27 ^ C Roger, the coEiputer is in the Prelaunch Mode. 

02 23 27 47 CC Okay, here's what they're going to do. They're going to 

update a 47-1 load in a Tj^ over the States. Over. 
02 23 27 C Rc^er, and we'll give them our GO readings here after we 

pass Laredo. 
02 23 28 03 CC Ofcay, very good. 



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02 23 28 10 C Okay. Ttie cotHputer's up - the cooip light's on. 

02 23 28 Ih GC Roger. 

02 23 31 13 C CcOToent for the tape. We're coaiing in over bright 

sunshiny land and clouds. I have the un»odified without 
the other resistor type thing in -ttie thing, and I'm able 
to see the reticle reasonably well. It fades a little 
over the bright cloudB. 

02 23 31 56 P Tape on, and I believe that we have the sjaoke generators 

froffi Laredo site. Yes, I'm positive we do aee it loud 
and clear, the smoke. Ifte next thing is: Will we see 
the target? 

02 23 32 11 C Yes, we'U see it, Pete. 

02 23 32 25 P Okay, what you want to do is put the sight right on the 

smoke and keep pitching. 
02 23 32 i+9 P You know, I looked right at that yesterday and I never 

did see the squares, 
02 23 33 01 C I don't think that's' it, Pete. No, I think it*B further 

over here to the ri^t. 
02 23 33 13 C Oh, heck; 

02 23 33 16 P Keep pitching. 

02 23 33 25 P Keep pitching. 

02 23 33 29 C Between the two rivers. 

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02 23 33 56 P Houstoaa, GeBdLni-5. 

02 23 3^ 12 CC G«Rini-5, GeJaini-5, Houston here. Go ahead. 

02 23 3^ 15 P Roger, would you tell us whether the Laredo site was 

naXing SDoke. 
23 3^ 19 CC Yes, they were planning an it. 

02 23 3^ 22 P (Stay, we had the saoke, but we could not pick up the 

squares. As a matter of fact, we had the smoke froan 
aixnit 200 miles out and we tracked right on the sraoke 
and never picked up the squares. How the sun angle is 
pretty bad for the pass although the pass was right smack 
over the site. 

02 23 3it CC Okay. 

23 3^* P And we had no trout le tracking it. We had no trouble 

picking up the smoke, but we did not see the sq[uares, 
either one of us. 

02 23 3^ 53 OC Okay, Pete. I'll check and make sure that they had the 

sIlBoke and I'll give you that information over the 
Canaries. OQkay? 

02 23 34 59 CC As a matter of fact, we'll try to get it for you before 

you leave the States. 
02 23 35 Olf P Roger, are you ready to copy our GO for the onboard 

readings? 

02 23 35 06 CC Say again. 



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02 23 36 52 CC Roger, it will be at 03:13:^7:01. 
02 23 37 Oi P Roger. 

02 23 37 03 CC We'd like to know wbat condition you're in with the auit 

gloves and helmets. Do you have the gloves and helmets 
off or ont 

02 23 37 12 P Oh, about the time you gave us a GO pass 6-4, we took off 

the helmets and gloves and we haven't had thm on since. 
02 23 37 19 CC Cfkay, very good. 

02 23 37 21 F Gordo's not wearing the cuffs on his wrist, and I am, end 

that's Just because I got used to it. IBie relative himddity 
has stayed down around 56$ ell the time so we feel we're 
in good shape that way. 
Okay, how about the neck dams? 
Say again, Houston. 

Boger, are you wearing your neck dams? 

That's affirmative, we've been wearing the neck dans the 
whole time. 
Okay. 

We'd like to know if you're staying warm now. Do you have 
the cooling under control? 

Yes, our problem is that the tei^erature really doesn't 
change in here too BBich, but when either of us go to sleep, 
we're .lust not putting out too nnich ourselves and we really 
chill down. 



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02 23 38 11 CC Yes, I noticed tbat a little too. Listen, (me thing I 

•vast to tell you about, don't worry about tujming the 
coolant off In the cockpit; we*ve got bob« ejreeHent T/M 
on the radiator outlet temperatures and we'll keep you 
advised if they go down. So doe't worry aboat ttmiing off 
the coolant to the suit loop or the cabin loop. 

02 23 38 29 P Catay- Bey, Florida is really clear today; I can aee 

Jacksonville and all the streets in It emd the Cape and 
ail the way down to Miami, 

02 23 38 38 CC Very good, very good. 

02 23 38 UO P It's really pretty out there today. 

02 23 38 ^4-3 CC Can you give us a couple of general conttaits on housekeeping? 

Are you keeping the stuff under control? 

02 23 38 U9 P Yes, but we're going to have a lot in the end, I'd like 

to tell you right now I've got three airplanes in sight, 
counted off Jacksonville. 

02 23 38 57 CC Oh, very good. 

02 23 39 00 CC We'll run a separate VisTial Acuity Test here. 
02 23 39 02 P Yes, I may not find that target, but we're seeing loads 

... of other things . 
02 23 39 OU CC Roger. Roger. 

02 23 39 11 P Now we're keefing the housec leaning under control, but 

it takes a greet deal of time. 
02 23 39 17 CC Rog. 



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done any other than saedical passes, although I stretch 
out and put quite a press between the floor and the seat 
a couple of tijnes in order to keep fit. 



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02 23 1*2 28 CC ■ Okay. 

02 23 1|2 30 P ... coaafortable. 

02 23 k2 32 CC You say ycfu are comfortable? 

02 23 ^2 35 P Yes. 

02 23 k2 35 CC Yes, prett^ nice floating around, isn't it? 
02 23 it2 38 P Yes. 

02 23 k2 39 CC Hey, Listen, you were a big singing star caa teleTrisicffi 

last ni^t. 
02 23 k2 h3 P We did what? 

02 23 k2 hk CC You were a big singing star on television. Ycru've got 

requests for thousands and thousands of copies of tiiat 
song you san? . 

02 23 52 07 C I '^mnt to report on that 16 pounds and h ounces of water. 

Last night, I had about 2 hours of sleep during ny nap 
period, and about another 3 hours sleep during TS^ long 
sleep period. 

02 23 52 35 CC Roger, ... Canary Surgeon. Ccfuld you give me an estimate 

of the quality of your sleep? Also Houston Surgeon has 
asked us to get food reports on you. 

02 23 52 it6 C Roger i the quality of our sleep was better in w short 

nap period than it was in my long sleep. period. It was 
quite easier in my shorter sleep period. The food I just 
ate— 3A was the last one I had. 3A was the last ineai I 
just had at 03:12:30:00. 



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Notes for the rape's time is 03 days, l4:00:00 and on 



the updates from the ground on the D-6 are 15:08:56. 
On the sequence 08 they sent up a tijne of I/60 second 
and my book says 1/125 second, and I take that to be 
more right than the update. I questicm also the speed 
they sent up as 1/250. 
03 00 01 06 C Now I'm going to try and get that checked out before we 

do it. 

03 00 11 58 P Okay, the tape is on. Time is 03 days Ik hours 13 minutes, 

and we're coming right to 90 degrees and going to pitch up 



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20 with 0 degree roll to coMBeace the S-1 experdjpsnt* 
The S-1 ei^riiBent is moimted in the vindov. I' a 
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Can you hold that daylight on . . . 


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Still taking a picttire. 

Still taking a pictiire. 

Yes. lhaf a holding good, Gordo, 

StiU taidng a picture. 

Okay. Red list's cm. 

5 nimttes when the — 

Still the red light's on. 

18:23:36. How am i going to'teil the time? It's pitch 
black in here. 
... 36. 

Ho. 23:^ seconds. 

Cfkay. It's taking a picture now. 

■Hie next time the red light comes on, I'll tiim vny red 

ll^t oa and check the time. 

Okay. 

Really pretty, isn't it? Southern Cross and Alpha and Beta 
Kentanrua up there. Sure is prcaninent down here. 
I'm going to turn this DCS light down too. 
The guys at Carnarvon will be on in a minute. 
... red light comes on. 

Yes. It's still taking a picture. I think we're up to 
about the S-miaute siark. 
Okay. Red light's on. 



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03 00 23 30 P You can turn on your red li^t. Check the tiae» Looking 

for 23 Biirutes 36 seccnds, 
03 00 23 37 C Okay. We're at it now. 

03 00 23 39 ? Oltay- Leave your light on a secccd. You can leave your 

light OR imtil.roll left, 120 degree. Here, I'LL read it 
to you. Roll left 120 degrees. Ihen piteh up, oiice you 
get roll left 120. 

03 00 21+ 27 P Roll left will put you approxiafttely cm the horizon. 

CASSASVm 

03 00 2it 30 P Carnarvon, Gcoiini-5. 

03 00 2k 32 CC GeHiini-5, Carnarvon. Go ahead. 

03 00 2lt 3^ P Roger, We're green up here. Iftileas you have scraething for 

ua we're very busy, 
03 00 2k 38 CC Roger. I'll update yovtr Tp for 62 on about midpaes. 
03 00 24 U4 P Okay. * Give me a call before you do it because it'll ruin 

the caaKra in the window ^rfien the list's on. 
03 00 2k k9 CC Roger, will do. 

03 00 2k ^k P Okay. Ifow pitch up keeping the airglow in the lover left 

part of your window. Pick up Achemar. 
03 00 25 20 P Now, we're just leaving the Southern Cross now, aren't 

we? 

03002522 C Yes. Okay. ... 

03 00 25 29 P Okay. When you get to Achernar, pitch up until you find 

Grus. 



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Okay. We're taking a pictiire ri^it now, 
Tranasit-bing the Tg, 
You got it. 

... we receivied it up here, tlunk you. 
Okay. Uaw listen, Gordo's t«king a 2-aiHutc picture 
i^ch is fouled upj so take your tine, get on veil, even 
thou^ tliis picture is fouled up, becaaee oaybe ve vere , 
still aaaHeuvering when I starts taking this picture. So 
that's ruined as far as tiie tlmister firing goes. Boy, 
that worked really well, didn't it? 
Yes. 

Ve couldn't have dcaie it with the platform. 
We couldn't have done it with the platfons. 
No. 

Okay. It's still taking a picture which is no good, so — 
... I'm not quite on. I was on but I drifted off. 
You've got plenty of time, Icw'ye got better than 30 
seconds . 

IbaA looks good froa here. I don't know how it looks from 

over on your side. 

Yes, we're right cm it . . , 

Okay. Better than 30 seconds so ycu can kill the rates 

down real good. 

Still better than 30 secoids. 



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03 00 31 49 P I going to ebut the tajie down. We've got all we 

needed to know off it. We're on good. 
03 00 U2 51 P Okay, fepes on at li*:i*2:00 and w€*re still taldag 

pictures. We have a Little bit of a roll rate yet, so 

we're going to fire the thruetwrs throti^ this plctwe, 

whatever, the one is. Out. 

HAWAII 

03 00 51 U9 CC Geniini-5, Hawaii CAP GCH. All systess axe jgreen. 

As so<m as you've cca^leted yrmx S-I experiaent, would 

you ccaitact us please? 
03 00 51 57 C Roger. Will do, Hawaii. 

03 00 53 17 P Okay. We ended the raqierimcaat at 03 days Ik hours 

52 minutes, and we're going to try to get ready for our 
D-6. Tape off. 

03 00 53 37 P Hawaii, Cre«ini-5. We've done the S-1. Would you please 

check the speeds with th? camera with the B-6. I believe 
they should be 1/125 second r&ther than I/60 second aod 
1/250. 

03 00 53 52 CC Roger, Soger will do. 

03 00 54 12 CC We want to delete that D-6 anyway. We've got a weather 

problem, 

03 00 18 P Bo-Ui of them? 

03 00 51+ 19 CC Negative. Delete the D-6. The tiae is 15:08i56. 



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03 '00 54 25 C Olcay^ «iat*s the one over Texas. 

03 00 5I1 29 CC Roger. 

03 00 5^ 31 P ... Ii3t«i with this i^Qestar l€3i5, tell thea we're 

going to pick a good site eame^ere going across the 
U.S. aad get it. 

03 00 38 CC Roger. 

03 00 5if 39 P Because we're in the process of rigging t&r it; we'll be 

rigged for it for the one off the coast. 
03 00 5U k5 CC Roger. 

03 00 5^^ 59 CC They're working up the settings, G wrninl . 
03 00 55 03 C Right, we only ... ssqts l/l^. 

03 00 55 07 CC Roger. Roger- 

03 00 56 19 P Hasraiii, G«niiii-5. Bo yoa want this section. 1 and 2 

purge? 

03 00 56 23 CC That's affiraiative. 

03 00 56 24 P Ceasing up right now. 

03 00 56 25 CC Roger. Give me a mark. 

03 00 56 28 P Roger. ... l^drogen purge coaaneocing— 

03 00 56 34 P Mow. 

03 00 56 U9 P ... purge . Qydrogen cc^iete. Cowaenclng lo. 2 hydrogen 

purge. On i^y BiaT)^, 
03 00 56 P Mark- 

03 00 57 08 P lio. 2 hydrogen purge coa^Jlete. Stand by for oxygen purge 

No. 1. 

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03 00 


57 


20 


P 


CooBsenclng So. 1 O2 purge. 


03 00 


57 


22 


P 




03 00 


57 


36 


cc 


Gestlnl-^j we're ccaalng up on 1/36. Ihose set'tlB^ for 










your camera is 1/125 a»d I/60. 


03 00 


57 


kh 


c 


Hawaii, we* 11 get th«Bi next ... 


03 00 


57 




cc 


Roger, 


03 00 


58 




p 


Entry for the tape. RodJid ne to get these switches 










changed for the next gii^s on these purges. About to 










break 1^ finger off pvprging. 












03 01 


Oi* 


ll^ 


cc 


Okay. They'd like you to put in one I/60 and one 1/125. 










Can you do that, Pete? 


03 01 


01^ 


21 


p 


That's affirmative. 


03 01 


ok 


22 


cc 


Oks^. That's what they'd like for you to use. 


03 01 




3** 


cc 


Okay. That'll be i/60 and 1/125. 


03 01 


Ok 


39 


p 


Roger. 










CORPUS CHRISTI 


03 01 


08 


49 


cc 


Geffiini-5, GeHiini-5. This is Bsuston here.^ When you have 










time give us a call. We've got soae iEformation for ycfi. 


03 01 


08 


56 


c 


Roger, Go ahead. 


03 01 


06 


58 


cc 


casay. We'd_ like to have you put your Cryogenic Gaging 



Switch to Fuel Cell Og. 



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03 01 09 03 C Roger. Fuel CeU Oq. 

03 01 09 06 CC Okay. Axe you throng with yoor D-6 bo I can give 

yoQ soBe otiier stuff? 
03 01 09 12 C Roger. Go ahead. 

03 01 09 ih CC Oksy, We*d li)ce to have yoti put ycttr Calibrate Switch 

to Ko. 1 positiem for 10 seccmds, 

03 01 09 2^* CC I'd also like to tell ycu that your target for your next 

D-6 will be going up track so that V weight will be down- 
stream* 

03 01 09 3^ C Roger. 

03 01 09 36 CC I've got an update for your D-U/D-7 California background 

measurement irtienever you're ready to copy, I also need 
your GO for that over Carnarvon. I'd like to have you 
tell Carnarvon whether you're ready, whether you will be 
ready to do it or not. 
Okay. 

Okay. You ready to copy the update? 
Roger, Go. 

Okay. First put your Calibrate Switch to Ifo. 2 for 
10 seconds. Okay. Here coaes the H~k/D-7 update. Your 
new tiate is 03:16:37:28. Pitch, 26 down; yaw, 38 left. 
03 01 10 21 C Okay. Got that. 

03 01 10 23 CC Okay. Ife^'re updating your Tj^ over Texas and Bermuda. 

so you'll get a couple DCS lights and stuff. 



03 01 


09 


50 


r* 


03 01 


09 


51 


CC 


03 01 


09 


53 


c 


03 01 


09 




cc 



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03 01 10 30 C Okay. 

03 01 10 32 CC I've got a map and star update for ycni also. 
03 01 10 36 C Roger. Go ahead. 

03 01 10 37 CC Okay. Biey're both at the same ti»e. 03;l6: 17:37. 

The map is l62.5 degreeB East. The star is 01:17:49. 
03 01 10 59 C All ri^it. 

03 01 11 00 P Wiat's the rest? 

03 01 11 07 CC Rev k7. Jaa. can place your Ciyogenic Geeing Switch to 

OFT now. 

03 01 U 20 CC Okay. That's all the information I have. Why don't you 

go ahead with your D-6 there. 
03 01 11 25 C Okay. We got the coiaplRte set of the dark pictures to 

last night side. 
03 01 11 29 CC Very good. Very good. 

J 

03 01 U 31 C Worked out okay, I think. 

03 01 11 33 CC Good. 

03 01 U 36 P I gave Gordo a "well done" for tracking test. I think 

we really got some good ones. 
03 01 11 40 CC Good. 

BERMUDA. 

03 01 16 59 CC Gemini-5, Geinini-5, HcsiSton here. 

03 01 17 05 C Go ahead. Gemini-5 here. 

03 01 17 07 CC How'd you make out on your D-6's? 



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03 01. 17 10 C Roger. There was quite a lot of cloud out there, and 

ve saw one ship with a wake. I dcm't really think it 
was him. We spent a picture on it. 

03 01 17 21 CC C*^,- Did you pick up aaything across the States with 

your other D-6? 

03 01 17 26 C Ho. It. was pretty solid undercast and it's all out 

West. 

03 01 17 30 CC Yes. That's why we scrubbed it because of the ba\i 

weather . 

03 01 17 33 C Yes. It's pretty solid dcwn th^e all the way from the 

coast on it. Houston was the only area that really loolKd 
like it was open. 

03 01 17 39 CC Okay. 

03 01 17 Mf P Houston, Geniini Flight- Do we ca»e anywhere near Austin 

next pass? 

03 01 17 52 CC Well, looks like you might be a little bit nortJi of it 

there . 

03 01 17 58 P Okay. Over. 

03 01 17 59 CC Why, are they open? 

03 01 l8 01 P Yes. They were when we went by but we were too close in 

to yaw off and get him. 
03 01 18 06 CC Okay. I'll take a look at that and iee what we can do. 

You know you're going to be pretty busy next pass anyway? 



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03 01 18 12 P Flight, we'll pick them up tcawrrow. Maybe the weetlier 

will be better. 
03 01 18 15 CC Okay. 

03 01 56 10 C Okay. Ihe tape is on and the tiae Is 03 days 15 hours 

56 BdnutcB and we're preparing to do D-k, k09, 15:59:00 
over Carnarvon. 

03 01 58 59 C ' Tape is on and time is 03 days 16 hours 00 minutes. 

Acquisition at Carnarvon and we're traasaiitting the 409 
D_iv/D-7. 

CAEMBVOR 

03 01 59 15 f Carnarvon, Geniini-5 is doing kC^ at this tiine. Equipment's 

on. 



03 01 


59 


21 


CC 


Say again last, Gemini. ' 


03 01 


59 


23 


P 


Roger, we're doing U09 at this time, equipment is on. 


03 01 


59 


27 


CC 


Roger, we're receiving your TM/lM teleaetry. 


03 01 


59 


31 


P 


Okay, give me a mark in k minutes, please. 


03 01 


59 


35 


CC 


Roger . 


03 01 


59 


52 


p 


Be advised Carnarvon, we'll be GO for h23 Alpha. 


03 01 


59 


57 


CC 


Roger, understand. 


03 02 


00 


22 


CC 


We've got an update for you. The^ have a medical pass 










scheduled on the Pilot at Hawaii this rev. Hawaii's 










acquisition is l6:2lt. 


03 02 


00 


35 


CC 


Roger, l6:2k. 


03 02 


00 


51 


c 


Your exercise. 



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03 02 00 53 


P 


CScay. 


03 02 00 55 


C 


Still have enougji to ke«p up with them. 


03 02 01 03 


c 


No blood pressTjre ccBint. 


03 02 03 05 


p 


Idon't know. It just keeps on growing ... 


05 02 03 17 


p 


Yes, There's no doubt about it. Look out at th 
horizon. That secondary scanner does the job. 


03 02 03 27 


c 


* 

. . . aline platform. 


03 02 03 29 


p 


Yes- 


03 02 03 30 


CG 


Mark, h minutes, Gemini. 


03 02 03 3h 


P 


Okay, we're going to go start getting 410 Bravo. 


03 02 03 38 


CC 


Roger, 


03 02 03 hi 


P 


If you're on, do you want to go to OEB Ratet 


03 02 03 k3 


P 


CcoK right. Pick up Deaieb. 


03 02 03 53 


C 


Okay, ORB R'te; 


03 02 03 55 


P 


Rig^it, 


03 02 03 58 


c 


... horizon scanner off. 


03 02 OU 07 


p 


Say, could I give you a few books on it? 


03 02 01+ 10 


c 


Sure. 


03 02 Ol* 12 


p 


• ■ • UaQCUI-X^CU, y t 


• 03 02 Olf 19 


p 


I'm afraid the Zodiacal Test is going to come up 
get away from lae. 


03 02 (A- 29 


c 


I think this reticle ... 


03 02 Oi* 31+ 


c 


... Jingle, Jingle. 


03 02 04 39 


p 


, Yes. Jingling. 




Page 3*^-2 



03 02 04 


43 


ri 

r 


. . . laed "p&BG . 


03 02 Ol* 


55 


ft 

c 


Let's see. There's a star. 


03 02 04 


58 


p 


I knew he'd be out there someii^ere. 


03 02 05 


03 


TV 

P 


Fairly low on the horizon. 


03 02 05 


05 


C 


It's not fiere* 


03 02 05 


Ik 


P 


Deneo. 


03 02 05 


17 


c 


... isn't it? 


03 02 05 


19 


p 


Beats tile heck out of me, I don't know. 


03 02 05 


2k 


c 


. * « 


03 02 05 


26 


p 


les . 


03 02 05 


29 


c 


Yes 


03 02 05 


3'^ 


c 


There it comes. 


03^02 05 


36 


p 


Where? 


03 02 05 


50 


p 


Really think you're back around over here. 


03 02 05 


58 


p 


^ It s Altaoj ... Vega ... iyra. Mgnct 


03 02 06 


02 


c 


... SuBBBer It langie . 


03 02 06 


05 


p 


Yes. i. just don I. tnijui xnaw s it. 


03 02 06 


17 


c 


There s AJ.t£iir ana xnere s ijeipninus oy K-n/Si^^ 
DelphinuB right out there. 


03 02 06 


2h 


p 


Okay. If you've got it on Deneb, I'll buy it. 


03 02 06 


29 


p 


You ready? 


03 02 06 


31 


c 


I'm ready. 


03 02 06 


3h 


p 


You got him dead center? 


03 02 06 


3^ 


c 


Dead center. 



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03 02 


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1 luinu'te "to LOG . 




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07 




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... xnis recorcLj.ng . . . 


03 02 


07 


22 


P 


Ho, I'lE recording up hore this "tinie. 


03 02 


07 


36 


P 


Oicay. we starxed. triat at lt= ;(Jf jmo, i m scrry. we 










st6irt6u. at iD.'jjipu W€ IX o&op at 


A'} AO 


aR 
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03 02 


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A V AO 


UO 








03 02 


Oo 


53 


P 












come on with the bright lights. All right? 


03 02 


09 


00 




Ofcsy. Go ahead. 


03 02 


09 


05 


p 


And would you hand me the Flight Plan. 


03 02 


09 


19 


p 


Oka^', 16:15 aline EIIF, Bring on the rate gjnros and the 










radar at that time. 


03 02 


12 


02 


p 


Cfeay. Missile measurement. Up<, the reticle will be 



installed on a 35b»! Zeiss camera, l6inti camera and 
associated wLndow equli^ent mounti?d in the riglit window. 
The 3*K)1 W black and v^hite film, that can be used. 3^01 
is on. 



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Page dhk 



03 02 12 26 C ... reticle is , . . 

03 02 12 31 P MeasaroBent, XO xlmiteE. Rate gyros prlaary, rad 2 for 

Brandeaimrg, rad 3 for HolloBan, rad 2 IR on— 
03-02 12 t»6 C We're on secoitdary scanner, 
03 12 1*8 P Yes. 
03 oe 12 50 C • (to the SEP. 

03 02 13 00 C What ti»e is this whole shebang due, now? 

03 02 13 05 P l6s38:28. At that tl«e you should be 26 dawn, 38 left. 

03 02 13 12 C 26 down, 38 left. 

03 02 13 li* P Tes, yes. Okay. 

03 02 13 38 P (&ay. I're got the IR all set. Bie only thing I heve to 

do is turn on the recorder. I need to get l^an camera 
filK for this. 

03 (K 13 C ... pretty smooth with the rate gyros on. 

03 02 13 50 P At 15. We're not there yet. 

03 02 l4 Olf P Oh, that secondary scanner's doing great. I hope it's 

still rumiing 8 days frcni lift-off, 
03 02 lit 12 P oasay. Are you ready? 

03 02 xk 17 C Tern Imow that. Big Daddy. 

03 02 lU 19 P Priaajry roll gyro. Prlaary pitch gyro. PriKary yaw 

gyro. Radar to STAHDBY, 



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03 02 Ik 3i C AH rieJit. 

03 02 1^+34" P Would you turn up your light and refad me that Radar Test 

onoe? I think I got it. Will you fly here in RENDEZVOUS, 
get a radar reading, go to CATCH UP for one second and 
back to RENDEZVOUS. You're just going to track it. Is 
that right? And I'iL i]vitch in and out eyerytime v/e get 
a reading. 

03 02 lU 50 C Yes. I'm just tracking. You EwiLch in and out. Your 

readout's 69, so you get an update on it. 
03 02 lU yk P Yc'E. MDIU on. 

03 02 Ik 5(3 C Then you switch to CATCH UP for one second, then b.vek to 

03 02 Lp 02 P Oka^'. 

03 02 05 P Give me a call at i6:20 so I can stick this therraomcter 

in iny mouth and get these ruy^ off my Oaok. 
03 02 15 10 C Okay. 

03 02 15 12 C Computer REKDEZVOUC , riatfcrm to ORB RATF. 

03 02 15 22 C Give you a call when? 

03 02.15 2h P l6:20. 
03 02 15 26 C Oh. 

03 02 15 29 P Okay. Have I done ever^/thing? 

03 02 15 36 C Do you suppose , . . 

03 02 15 UO P Hdar, r-ite gyros -- 

03 02 15 kl C You're supposed to get that ... 



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ir 


Yes. 




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L. 


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P 

IT 


inat s vny you ve got uo put it rignt on tntaii. 




i ( 




P 


nii8.b CLxu We get up upcLa.t6 lorj Oti— 1 or 4/— ij 


03 02 


17 


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A 


Oh 


ni no 


1 7 




P 


-inert & tne iuOon« 






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p 


now Qo your xeps leeii 


AO AO 

03 Oc; 


^ ft 


Jll 


L 


A little craHiped - not too bad. 


03 Oii 


1 (1 
19 


L-L 




Next time Chuck Berry fishs if I'm exercising mi' legs, why 










don't you tell him, I'm outside running right now. 




1 A 


^+3 




I'm back on the adapter doing calisthenics. 






Ucl 


p 


What's food report? 


03 02 


OA 


* A 


r 


You got the bit' book down here? 




20 




C 


ICE, 


03 02 


OA 




n 

F 


\TtX!/ don't you look up how much water I've di'unk. l6-ij, 










isn't it? 


03 02 


20 


22 


C 


No, l^;-6. I'm 16-U. 


03 02 


20 


31 


P 


No. When you f^et to here you're i6. This Gt-^rts at 0, 










16-6, and you're VI~h, 


03 02 


20 


38 


C 


Oh, I see. 


03 02 


2L 


17 


c 


Okay. First thing we get iz mir.sile measurement, huh? 



Then v,tiat? 



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03 


02 


21 


22 


P 


Computer ON. And then at , . . Pilot radar Lock 30 degrees 












down, yaw 7 left. 


03 


02 


21 


i^l 


C 


26 degrees down, 38 left. This is the radar. 


03 


02 


21 




p 


No, 26 down 38 left is for the missile. 


03 02 


21 




c 


Oh , okay . 


03 


02 


2L 




p 


And 30 dovm and yaw left 7 is the radar. I'll give you 












the radar again. 


03 


02 


no 


10 




Pj\d we're alin-d rirht on tlie monny, looKs like. 












HAWAII 


03 


02 


2^ 


3^ 


cc 


Gtirani-5» tn.s is IiswaLi KurKeon. .-vc- nave a vai-iu 












tesipc-rMture . C-in v.e h-ivc yo\xr blood pressure pLeasr? 


0-; 


02 


2c 




cc 


V.e hcve a g;ood bIt;od prrpsiirc-, Glv^^ me a mcrk wh'_n you 












befin your exc-'ciije pit.: . 


0 :> 


U2 


26 


■■- 


p 


Okay, 


03 


or 


2*: 


" > 






0; 


02 


27 




U 


Blood prpcsrure ;"-.';u,riP' dov.T). 


0 ~- 


02 


2'"'' 


lb 




Gi'mini-5, K-.wa 1 1 ilurrc; n . tXilL ^c-lr . 


03 


02 


27 


'.0 


CC 


We have a pood uicod pr^ r.S'ji r , CLan;.:inr ty f^jr y: -"ar v;:-t' ! 












repor t , 


03 


02 


27 


:• J 


w 

1 


Roper. It's s">lil t'u< s-:nt I thinJt --S it v<as tt.is morninf 



16, k ounccG. 1 still huvri't eatm anyt-hLn^- slno the 1- 
ip.fal, which I Uilnk wv.s. 30 . 
03 02 26 0") CC Okay, Real fine. Are Oith-T you or tric C'.;iTitr.£ind Pilot. 

he.vinj3 any pi'obLt.-m v:ith t*':npcra"Tire nov.? Arc you 



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fairly comfortable? 
03 02 28 17 P Yes, we* re fine now. 

03 <^ 28 19 CC Okay. Have either you or Gordo be«i doing any shivering 

on the l«t few revs, or any exercies? We've noticed 
just checMng an your respiratioaa here there's a few 
sprinkles on it, and we were trying to figure out why that 
was happening. 

We were probably shivering on this last one. 
Were you shivering on the last rev or two? 
The last one rev has been good but several before that 
we were probably shivering. 
Roger. Everything else all right up there? 
again. 

Everything else all right up there? 
■ Still fine. 

The Pilot's working up a big appetite, I can tell you that. 
Resa good. 

I have nothing else here, Hav/aii Surgeon out. 
Okay. 

This is Hawaii CAP COM, For your experiment 423A, there's 
a email cloud deck that extends ftcm 700 up to 1100 j it's 
west to southwest about 2 miles east of the site. 
Roger . We ' re ready . 
They're still counting on time. 



03 02 


28 


33 


P 




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JO 




03 02 


28 


UQ 


P 


03 02 


28 




CC 


03 02 


29 


00 


P 


03 02 


29 


02 


CC 


03 02 


29 


03 


p 


03 02 


29 


07 


c 


03 02 


29 


09 


CC 


03 02 


29 


13 


CC 


03 02 


29 


17 


p 


03 02 


29 


20 


CC 


03 02 


29 


38 


p 


03 02 


30 


07 


CC 




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Page 3^9 



03 02 30 10 P Roger. 

03 02 32 43 CC R Minus 5 and counting. 

03 02 3^+ 02 P Recorder is CK, The tinie is 3rd day, U5;33:25, standing 

by for B^k k2S Alpha. We are pitch down 26 degrees, 
yawed left 38 degrees. Questaa: is momited; the speed 
setting is I/60. The RAD 2 is on, IR power transmitter's 
ON, the l^am caaiera's mounted, and I can J\ist see clouds 
on the water beautifully on this Questar lens! 

03 02 34 05 C ... can see this ... too. 

03 02 34 07 P Yes. All you got to do, Gordo, is stick that reticle 

on it. 

03 02 34 19 C , . . . 

03 02 34 21+ P Yes, that looks liJke the end of the cloud deck, and 1 see 

the California coast coming up. 
03 02 31^ 36 C Yes. 

03 02 3^^ 30 C We just Mi^t luck out here yet. 

03 02 31* 1*1 P Let's see, -nfeat is it; 3U:45? 

03 02 31+ 1^ C 

03 02 3lf 52 C Radar's to STAMDBY, 

03 02 34 53 P Oltay. I'm going to bring up the caaaputer on at l6:45. 

03 02 35 05 P Let's see. We got, everything done tiiat pass ... 

03 OC 35 09 C There's the Cal. coast coiaing up. 



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CALIFORNIA 



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An^ i "t' COPS f'lifcftT *}ioii'h P nil^ft to thf* ^fist. 










of tile ftite. 


03 02 


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c 


Kish.'t. We CAD see 'Uie cLoud deck. 








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I'P ve dos't ir^t this this time* wiXl von stand, cnitsid.** 










sm4 VAV^ Ro vf> f*sin fl^*t vftiiY* tit f^tiii"^ afi in^ l^v^ 


03 02 


36 


07 


cc 


Say again. 


03 02 


36 


09 


CC 


Oh, rog, yes. 


03 02 


36 


10 


c 


If we don't get this you can stand outside and wave end 










we'll get your picture as we go by. 


03 02 


36 


29 


cc 


Okay, I'll be out ther*. 


03 02 


36 


29 


p 


We're tdiere. 


03 02 


36 


33 


c 


What's the time he lifts off? 



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B^e 351 



03 02 36 P 16 1 37:00 is recorder on. l6t37t^. 

03 02 36 1^3 P Let's see, he's right under that cloud deck, right there. 

03 02 36 ^ C Yes. 

03 02 36 U9 P cave ae - I got am count here. 

03 02 36 50 C Okay. 

03 02 36 53 C ^, k, 3, 2, 1, Mark. 

03 02 37 00 P RecOTder's OB. IR power tranaaitter* b CM, RAD. 2. 

Right film- in the camera. 

03 02 37 12 P He's going to cease right in under there. Get the -- 

03 02 37 18 CC 10. 

03 02 37 26* CC Meo-k. Here we go. It's on its way. 

03 02 37 31 P He's off. 

03 02 37 31* P I see it' I see itl 

03 02 37 ^ C Where? 

03 02 37 P There it's coming- See it Gordo? 

03 02 37 51 C Where? 

03 02 37 53 P Eight throng that hole in the clouds'. 

03 02 37 5^ C Oh yes, I got it. 

03 02 37 55 P There he ccausl Bigger than hecki 

03 02 37 56 C Got him. 

03 02 37 57 P Itnj got him? 

03 02 37 58 C Yes. 

03 02 38 00 P Let me know when you got the reticle on it. 



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03 02 38 05 C We'Te got lots of tisw/ 

03 02 38 07 P S«e him tracking up ri^^t throagh the clouds? 

03 02 38 09 C Yes, I'm cm hiH. 

03 02 38 12 P Yew* re on hi»t 

03 02 3B 1^ C Ye«; 

03 02 38 22 G I'B al>out to lose him ag&inst the ciofuda, though. 

03 02 38 23 P I caa still see himl He's coaLng out orer the waterl 

03 02 38 21 C Yes. 

03 02 38 2^^ P See him? Tt^ers he is over the waterl See him? 

03 02 38 26 C Yes. I'm cffl him. 

03 38 29 P catay. There he goest See him way out in front? 

03 02 38 32 CC Second Stage. 

03 02 38 36 C Okay. I'm on him. 

03 02 38 38 P Okay. We can see him real goodl 

03 CG 38 M> CC Very good, veiy good. 

03 02 38 44 P • Oops. 

03 02 39 07 C Look at that con. 

03 02 39 12 P We can still see his con very, very clearly down there 

even against the cloud background. 

03 02 39 14 CC Okay. 

03 02 39 19 P Give us a call when you want the coognater ON. 

03 02 39 24 CC Yes, tell us when you get throu^ there, we'll — 

03 02 39 26 C Okay. 



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03 02 ^ 27 P We're thrcm*^!. Recorder OFF. 

03 02 39 29 CC . Tcni all d^t CStay, we'll go-back to this other stuff 

now. 

03 <K 39 3lf P Ob, there gc«S. Up through the thing. 

03 02 39 37 C Where? 

03 02 39 38 P Well, you can juet see a trail soing up. 

03 02 39 *fl C Cb, yes. 

03 02 39 ^^3 P ••• hi^er. 

03 02 39 U4 C Yes. We can see him going above us. 

03 02 39 50 CC you. say he's going above you, right? 

03 39 53 C Ri^t, we saw him way out going hi^er than the horizon. 

03 02 39 56 CC (Stay, Roger. ... 

IJte coaputer power up time is 03:l6:U5:00 and you can 
power it up before then by a couple ndautes if you like. 

03 02 1+0 12 P Okay. We were hoping to find soiPtethint: down here for 

12ie D-6. 

03 02 ho 18 CC Just a second, I'll run outside. 

03 02 UO 21 P Okay. Coniputer contLog cm to rKEIAyHCH. 

TEXAS 

03 40 30 CC Hey, cosngratulatioms on that last one. I had wy doubts 

about it. 

03 02 MD 32 P What have you got down there - El Centro or Yuiaa or one of 

those? 



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03 02 1*0 35 C It v&s l0ttd and clear. 

03 02 UO 36 CC Very good, irery good. 

03 02 itO 38 P 1^ thing that we saw vas the engine burning against 

'the ¥hite clcmds first, 
03 02 UO lf2 CC Cto, ye6? Were the clouds a help or a hindrance? 
03 02 UO U6 P Ihey were ... 

03 Ce M> 1*9 CC Say again. j 
03 02 ItO 52 P Hiey were . . . 

03 02 1*0 53 P Hey, there's El Paso right therel Can you swing right? 

Or White Saods*. Visit a ninute, we're getting White Sands. 

Get HolloRan. 
03 02 UO 57 C Okay. 
03 02 UO 58 P Put it right there'. 

03 02 4l 00 C cacsy. 

03 02 1*1 02 P Besnitiful'. And there's the sled tracki 

03 02 41 07 C Yes. Ha, ha, I'm on him, man: 

03 02 Ul 09 P Get him, bear! Don't let him get away". Boy, ... 

Holloman right now and I can see — ^he runway fills 
the vbole i^est&r . , . 

» 

03 02 4l 22 CC Say that again, please, 

03 02 *fl 2U C . We're tracking the HolltBiian .Ur Strip. We're well 
03 02 1+1 27 CC Ofe, very good. Okay, I got you. Md you get a picture 

of that other thing? 



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xwu *c xawe* ?fc re h i reojuy p&Sb xu now* 




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Hey J uuere B rort atocKton slUu uie t<est< tracK 


down 








biicFc ujf now suouu biiSLi; 


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Ci\ OP li"? 


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jjxovcjX} wtj ccjuxu gcLr Au.stin LxLif ^L'fi^ ■ mere 


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0^ 02 U2 


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03 02 ii2 


09 


P 


See if you see Bergatrom. 




03 02 1*2 


13 


P 


Man, that runway was that big in that thing I 




03 02 1*2 


17 


c 


Ifcw did you like that tracking task? 




03 02 k2 


18 


p 


IHiat was beautiful i 




03 02 1*2 


19 


G 


Nailed hiffl: 




03 02 k2 


20 


P 


Tott did: fhat's great I That's trefflendousi There's 



Austin - no, that's — wtiat in the^ heck's that? 
Sw Antonio. 



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03 02 1*2 


29 


c 


03 02 k2 


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03 02 k2 


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03 02 H2 


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03 02 h2 


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03 02 kS. 




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03 02 i+2 


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03 02 i*3 


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03 02 43 


16 


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03 02 43 


19 


p 



I thiJJk Austin's going to be rlgjit in imder that cloud. 
' Yes, I'm afraid yoa're ri^t. There's San Antonio. 
Ho, there** Ber^ftrodl See it oat ther« on yosir right, 
up? See it? 
Cb, yes. 

Stick it right eai t±tere. 0}tay. Besutifui. 
... Pulse. 
Okay. 
CSLsy. 

Okay, Tdiat else will we get here? 

Hov ve'TC got to get the radar check. Pitch right back, 
30. Okay, we got Bergstrom that tine too. 
03 02 l»3 27 *G: Very good. Sounds like you're getting caught up on B-6. 
03 02 43 30 P . Yes, I hope so. 

03 02 43 33 P Okay, we're going to 30 pitch doim, yaw 7 left and ve're 

standing by for the radar. 
03 02 U3 ii2 CC Otay, fine. You got that procedure all squared away, 

hayas't yow? 

03 02 U3 U5 P Rigjit. We'll go to Sendezvous and then back to Catch Up 

after a lock-<ai for one second, and back into Roidezvous, 
and keep that cycle up till we lose lock again. 

03 02 1*3 56 CC Okay, very good. Do you have your FBI's up? 

03 02 U3 59 P Affirm. 



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u&ayy are you gouig uo poinxing ais one xransponaerr 






06 


p 


1 Co J (Its 0 f^wJXU^ vX^cU^ A. J- V « 


(TP 


hh 










hk 


OA 


f» 




A'S AO 


1.1, 


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UKay. 


A'3 AO 


kL, 
ft 


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fluelb XS asJm — uOwIl SJiO. witab; 


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03 02 


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And yav left 7. 




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AT AO 


t.ti 


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J: 




AO AO 


kr: 


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Okay^ ve have a solid lock. 


A'3 AO 


lit; 


3P 


en 


tjKfiy* JixxKL oi Keep your eye od wie Jriji neecLxes xi you 
can as ycju go across snd give us a little report on it 


AT AO 


^7 


kk 
HH 


ri 
w 


Boger . I'm reading range * range rate» 


A^ 05 
VAC 




H( 




vJKoy • 


A'? AO 


Hp 


HO 


n 




03 02 






cc 


Very good. 


03 02 


U5 


54 


p 


I haven't gotten anything to read into the Rendezvous 
Mode yet. 


03 02 


U5 


57 


c 


Hy FDI'6 axe locked. 


03 02 


U5 


59 


cc 


C^ay. Are they null? 


03 02 


^^6 


01* 


c 


Rog. 



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03 02 


U6 


02 


cx: 


Okay. 


03 02 




08 


p 


I've ... into the Rendezvous Mode. You want me to 










go to Catch Upt 


03 02 


ii6 


13 


cc 


Yes. C^cle back and forth and see what happens. Did 










you get the SIS^ COMP. button pushed there? 


03 02 




35 


c 


Locked cn good but ... ^ 


03 02 


1 V 

1(6 


39 


cc 


Okay. 


03 02 


k6 


h2 


c 


degrees with the reticle — it's holding lock as 










ve go strai^t across. Is it out at Merritt Island? 










Is it cfut at iferritt Island? 

■ 


03 02 


hi 


22 


cc 


I don't know. Just a second. We've got the coordinates 










to four deciaial places in seconds > but I dcai't know where 










it is. 


03 02 


hi 


32 


c 


Well, ay radar's showing it's right on Merritt Island 










down there. 


03 02 


hi 


36 


cc 


Okay. 


03 02 


hi 


IfO 


c 


I'm still locked on it. 


03 02 


hi 


hi 


cc 


Okay. 


03 02 


hi 


hz 


p 


I dcsi't understand. I'm not getting any range readout 










either in Catch Up or Rendezvous. 


03 02 


hi 


51 


cc 


Roger. You got the STAltT COMP. button? 


03 02 


37 


55 


c 


Yes. 


03 02 


hi 


55 


p 


Yes. I've tried everything. 



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Psige 359 



03 02 




57 


(X 


Is the MDIU on? 


03 02 


Ho 


01 


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03 02 


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03 02 


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lift 


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<j&ay * 


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ri 




03 02 




20 


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you? 


03 02 


**o 


to 

25 


CC 


We bope we do. Yes. 


03 02 


I.Q 

HO 


2o 


CC 


D(]lie6£€ on a coupie or u-o s going oy tnere tk>o. ne 










va£ poln'tlng right, at it. 


03 02 


HQ 


32 


p 


Okay. 


03 02 


k& 


h5 


c 


Just broke lock. 


03 02 


U& 


k8 


CC 


Roger, broke lock at U&ikJ. 


03 02 


50 


21 


CC 


G«Bini-5, BouBton. 


03 02 


50 


22 


c 


Go ahead, Hefuston, Gemini-5. 


03 02 


50 


2k 


CC 


Ihe next time we do an oxygen purge on the fuel cells, 



we want to do it over a site so we get some data while 
ycfu're doing the purge. We dcai*t really have-naich else 
for you. We got abosit another 6 or 7 minutes here of 
back time. 

03 02 50 C . Okajf, I might give you a little information further 

•radarwxse, I'm getting radar range and radar range 



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rate iatemittently on lay digital there, I srean oa 

ay analog there, aad I don't Imow why it wasn't steady* 

but on my needlee I had steady' Icxik-oa and vas pulling 

him avay an the outer way on a pass. 
03 02 51 11 GC Oka^. Did you B«t that intenaittefflt R sad B-dot 

throughout the whole pass? 
03 02 51 17 C A little bit, altAough on in fairly close it seemed to 

lock up pretty Bolid on the analog and hold fairly steady. 
03 02 51 25 Okay, ao in close it was steady but at greater ranges 

it was interad-ttezit. 
03 02 5i 29 C Greater range it was a little bit intermittent altnough 

it did seen to jump in and out a little there. 
03 02 51 35 CC tatay. 
03 CE 52 32 CC Gemini-5, Itoaston. 
03 52 33 C Go ahead, Houston. 

03 02 52 3U CC Tour attitude control jfuel useage has been up pretty 

hi^ lately and we want tc aake yoa conscious of the 
fact that you're going to have to etart taking it easy 
on it and going at a little lower rate than you have been 
to mke it thro««^ the rest of the fll^t here. • 

03 02 52 51 P Roger. 

03 Oe 52 55 CG As a aattcr of fact, I'll try to fix up a little 

fluiBKuy for you and give it to you acroM the States 
the next tljae to let you know nhere you are. 



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03 02 53 01 C (asay. 

03 <^ 53 13 CC SMaini-5, HcaiBtcm here. Would you hit the SIS^RT CGMP 

button one more tiiae. We want to get some stuff on 
-tbe grcnmd here. 

03 02 53 22 P It's in Catch - you want Reaidezvous? 

03 02 53 25 CC It doesn't Bake aj^ difference. JUst go ahead and hit 

the START QCMP button. 

03 02 53 29 P Okay. 

03 03 07 21 CC G€3aini-5i GaBdni-5, Houston here. Over. 
03 03 07 25 P Go ahead, Hoxistcm, G«aini-5. 

03 03 07 ^ CC Roger. We took e quick look at tte fuel here and it 

looks like your a little bit below the program flight 
plan fuel level for this partic\ilar time of the flight - 
So we're going to have to take it easy for awhile. 

03 03 07 kk P Cacay. 

03 03 07 if5 CC We're getting seaae laore information now on the S-8/D-13 

pass across Laredo. Right now the weather is clear with 
a few little pfuffy clouds around less than a tenth. You're 
going to have a sBaoke pod on the northwest comer again 
and the smoke is drifting slowly out to the northwest. You 
should be a little bit to the south and the sun should be 
alJDost overhead. So it'll be a lot better than they were 
this sorning. 



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03 03 


00 Li 


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03 03 


oil 




ucsujil-pj uCBuJii-7y nousbon. 


U3 03 


(JO £ f 


ri 






fkA oft 




isreut you give us Bii cmuooFu reauoUb oi Wu&& youp 








propellant (piantity is, please? 


03 03 


08 3^ 


C 


The propellant quantity is reading 31-^» over. 


03 03 


08 37 


CC 


Roger, ttader stand 31%. 


03 03 


08 lio 


c 


Rc^er, that's about IXh pounds on nsy recording chart. 


03 03 


08 1^ 


GC 


CJkay, very good. 


03 03 


09 38 


P 


We'll run this tape out and put a new tape in. Let's 



see, we had a pretty good pass ^ere on the radar. 
Dcai't know *rtiat happened to the Rendezvous end never 
got any readings on the MDIU. 31iat didn't make much 
sense to me, because the MDIU was on when I went to 
Catch t^p. I Trent to Rendezvous and I never got any 
address 69 readings from either one. The only thing 
I can think of is that it might have been scone sort 
of a malfuncticm in the — not the rekdar, because you 
were getting readings, 
03 03 10 31 C Yes. 

03 03 10 33 P SofflctMng jufit wouldn't read from the ccagjuter to the M3IU. 

03 03 10 38 P Turning it off right now. 



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1"^ 






ORB RATE aad. Horizon Sc^an. I fii^ss uhs/t I cfaelR't to do 












'-'J "J 


Ik 


00 


p 


Well, we're a little 'bit late Offi t^ls one now. 17: 1^; 










Yfiw lef^ at QO. We've fitot to stoD the rates and blq to ORB 










RATE. Sarizon Scan. 




Ik 




c 






Lk 


J f 


p 


Ifcni 5"feiidv? Yofu* ve firot Hoi*izo4i Scaoi? 




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MoTfk The ttffie is iTiL-U: -- 




C J- 




p 


timp is 17*2? tfp ' re lUst fma^ng vm on Pranalhaut at 










this tiae . 




22 




G 

* 


Tterri . iJiat ccHiniiiter T •? ffht is a briEht ficfflic— of — a.— cunl 




22 




p 


Vfell here, let bg cet us one of tbost.*. Cfti. it's 










9iiT)t)osed to be in . . . 








c 

V 


Yes 


"J "J 


22 


2'^ 


p 


All rioht 




22 




c 


OVftv "ttii^Te * s FoflTBslhaut . 


03 03 


22 


i*3 


P 


Cdssjft let ae know when you have it. Steady in there. 


03 03 


22 


50 


c 


How about it? 


03 03 


22 


52 


p 


Let me focus. You're right on it. 


03 03 


22 


58 


c 


I am? 


03 03 


23 


00 


p 


.Okay, stand by. 


03 03 


23 


Oi* 


p 


Marlu Txms is 17:23:05. 



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03 03 


3V 12 


CC 


03 03 


3k 15 


P 


03 03 


3^* 15 


X 


03 03 


23 


P 


03 03 


3h 2k 


CC 



03 03 23 15 P Okay, recorder, we did not get Platform Mode test 01 - 

we'll have to pick it up later. 

Carnarvon, Gemihi-5. Standing by for the updates, 
Roger, ^ 
This is & FUi update. 
Yes. 

Roger. Area 50-U» 20:53:^6, 12 plus 12, l8 pliAS 1?. 
Area 51-3j 32:12t**0, Ik plus 05, 19 Plus 13. 
Area 52-3, 23:^7:51, 12 plus 57, 18 plus l8. 
Area 53-3, 25:22:39» 12 plus 10, l8 plus 00. 
Area 5^+-Deita, 26:17:2^*, 19 plus 56, 2^*^ plus Ui. Do 
you copy? 

03 03 36 OU P Can't understand the time on last tvo. Is that 25 and 

26? ti^ould you read the times on 53-3 end 5^-Dog. 

03 03 36 13 CC Roger. C2€ERC 53-3 is 25 hours 22 minutes - Okay. 

Good show. 

03 03 36 29 CC Stand by, I'll call it — you think of the question cm 

this thing. I^is nay be 01 hours. 
03 03 36 3^^ P mat's probably idiat it is. 

03 03 36 59 CC Gemini, Carnarvon. • C&ay, those last two 53-3 is the 

fourth day 01 hours 22:39> and 5^Delta is foiirth day 
02:1? plBs 2k, 



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03 03 37 22 P Copy. 

03 03 37 2U CC The weatJier Is good in all areas. 

03 03 37 35 P Okay. Would ycm advise Flight ti&t we've got everything 

done except the Tenus pliustograph on the platform O2 
test: ' 



03 03 


37 if7 


CC 


Roger. 








HAWAII 


03 ok 


00 21 


CC 


Ge3nini-5 . Hawaii CAP CCAi. We caw vrni-r nmi tf>mT< 








We are S'band.lrvtir liv foT* "hi nrvH ti't^^r^i't^i 


03 ok 


00 kk 


CC 


Your cuff is full scale 


03 Ok 


01 16 


► CC 


We have Rood blood Dres&ure . Give roe vout marlt wti^^n 








begin your exercise. 


03 Ok 


01 23 


C 


Ready. 


03 ok 


01 2k 


C 


Mark. 


03 ok 


01 56 


C 


of exercise. 


03 (A 


02 Oi* 


CC 


Gadiii-5, Uawaii Surgeon. Tour ctLff is full scale. 


03 Ok 


02 in 


CC 


We have a good blood pressure. Staxidirtg by for your 








water report. 


03 04 


02 k8 


c 


Roger, I had 17 poxinds k ounces of water and still 








finishing up meal 3A. 


03 oit 


02 59 


CC - 


Say ag&in that last. 


03 ok 


03 01 


c 


Jloger, still eating tip the last of laeal 3A before I 



have a netr neal here shortly.- 



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03 (A 03 06 CC Roger. 

03 0** 03 11 CC We have notbing else. Thaalt you, Gefflini-5, Hawaii 

guxgeon ottt, 
03 OU 03 15 C Boger, thank you, 

CAUFORKIA 

03 IX k9 CC GCTttni-5, Gemini-5, Houston. 
03 OU 11 52 C Go ahead, Bousttm, Geinini-5- 

03 11 5U CC I want to give you a little information on your S-8/D-I3 

that might help you acquire the target. You ready? 
03 Oif 12 00 C Roger, go ahead. 

03 ak 12 02 CC * Okay, the siaokepot is still at the northwest comer of 

the area. It Is about 1000 feet froa the nearest cleared 
square. The smoke is bloving just abcwt due north and 
it's about 5 or 10 degrees wide In the — as the siiK>ke 
cottaan goes out 8±>out like that. fhere*s scaae 
scattered Cu, about 50 miles to the east and there is 
some very soall Cu. about 10 miles to the west. It's 
clear ri^t over the target area. To the eouth-south- 
eaat there's a light cirrostrat, and it's well to the 
south-southeast, qviite a ways out of the way. 

03 04 12 38 C Roger. 

03 Olt 13 CC (3«aini-5, Kniston a^un. Be advised that you're goii^ 



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to be passing just about 75 Biiles grovind range sc»ith 
of i3as area, ^ere the targets are. 
03 0** 13 36 C Eoger. 

•EE3CAS 

03 04 15 07 P Houston, G«minl-5. We have the snoke in sight at this 

time. He' re still quite a distance out, 

03 Oif 15 12 CC Olaiy. How the snokc is supposedly blowing due north 

from the northwest corner of the site, 

03 OU 15 20 P Rog. We'll do our best. 

03 oh 15 22 CC * Okay. 

03 15-52 C Have targets in sight. 

03 oU 15 5U CC Boger. 

03 OH l8 08 P Okay, we saw the targets and we think we might marked 

about two of thai aiwi that's aborat it. 

03 Ok l8 16 CC OSsay, can you tell me what they were? 

03 oH ifl 19 P Well, let ■£ think about which direction they are 

first. 

03 OH 18 Zk CC catay. 

03 Ok l8 32 CC ilt wasn't the big B, huh? 
03 OH 18 35 P Mo. 

03 OH 19 20 P I think the third one in the second row was a 2. We 

think that the second row, second, one was a 2 end tfiie 
third one was a 2 and that's about it. We were all 
paat it before we really picked it up good. 



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03 Olf 19 36 CX; catay, so you think the second one emd the third one in 

the second row was do you think tliey were both 2's? 
03 OU 19 40 P Hiat's right. 

03 19 CC catay, very good. 

03 OU 19 45 00 Ifcw I hare saae other informaticai for you here when 

you are ready to go. 
03 OU 19 1+9 P Ck> ahead. 

03 OU 19 50 CC We would like to have ycu start your purge aow, end 

purge both sections. When you co^lete your purge, we 
would like to have you then power down. 

03 (A 20 P Oaoy, I think we'll dress tonight. 

03 Oh 20 07 CO Roger. 

t 

03 Olf 20 08 P Here's a piece of information for you. rfe're pretty 

sure that our priniary scanner is OFF. It works all 
right except it aakes us aline the platform with the 
nose at 15 degrees down. 

03 20 2U CC Okay, you think the spot, prLaiary scanner is off about 

15 degrees at pitch, is that right? 

03 Ol+ 20 29 P Ifes. The secondary acaimer works fine. 

03 Olt 20 32 CC Okay. Listen, wtjuld you start the purge. We don't have 

any telemetry out at Antigua, and we would like to 
watch this purge. 

03 OU 20 U3 P ^drogen on purge down. 

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03 04 21 13 


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03 04 21 1j6 


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Itydrogeu is ctimplete cc No, 1. 
Okay. 

5o. 2 bydrogen is eonplete. Starting So. 1 oxygen. 

WMle you are doing the purge here, I would like to 
ask Gordo a couple of questions about the needles during 
lift-off and the powered portion of the flight. The 
qucstxOT is, which one of the tank needles went full 
scale during powered flight?, and what time did this 
occur? 

03 04 21 40 C Roger, it was before staging and it was the IFB fuel 

needle, second stage IPS fuel needle. 
03 04 21 47 CC Roger, seccmd stage IPS fuel needle, not the oxidizer. 
03 04 21 51 C That's right. They went — it came right back after 

staging aad then went off, — up to the top and off 

position again shortly after, 
03 04 22 04 CC Shortly after staging? 
03 04 22 06 C Affirmative. 
03 04 22 08 CC 09tay, very good. 

03 04 22 10 C I guess we already told you about the POGO? 

03 04 22 13 CC Roger. 

03 04 23 13 P Ifydrogen 1 oxygen purge ccanplcte. Mark. 



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03 Oh 23 16 CC itoger. Thank you. 

03 23 19 P Starting section 2 purge at this time. 

03 OU 23 42 CC Creauni-5, Hovistca again. When did you first notice 

that the primaiy scanner was giving you this 15 degrees 

pitch down? 

03 04 23 51 C We noticed it yesterday. It was being very erratic and 

the cIoudB were affecting it quite easily, and at every 
sunset and sunrise it would go off giving ... light and 
give several real erratic signals. T3ien it seemed to 
• steady out a little bit and do fairly well. We switched 

to the SecoTidary and it was doing better yesterday, scans 
like they are doing very well and today we tried the 
lyjjiwiy again several times jus1^ to con^iare it and it 
definitely is very weak, and it's holding the attitude 
partly nose down. 

03 (A 24 29 CC Okay. 

03 04 24 31 C It has quite a wide tolerance in its attitude hold. 

03 04 24 36 CC Okay, how about in the platform aline; does it aline 

the platform properly? 

03 04 24 43 C Well, fairly well. It still is alining a little bit off 

and I think over the long haul it would get it alined 
all ri^t. But the Secondary does real well. 

03 04 24 53 CC Okay, 



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03 Ol^ 25 15 &^ OeaiiLt-?, would you go to Catch Up saO. hit the S^RT 

CSMP bttttcA OB yoor caqpater, plsase? 
03 (A 25 20 C Itoger, in Catch Up hitting SXAKT GGMP, now. 

03 Olfr 25 23 P Section 2 paxge coopLete. 
02 Otf 25 QC Roger, section 2 jwirge is casaplete. 

02 O^t 25 ^ P Boiler vhtsn you want us to power down* 

03 (A 25 3l* CC Oitay, we're checki^ a few things o» th« coi^juter. 

We lose Toice ccaitact before we get this done. We 
wazjt yoo to paver down and start yeair rest cycle. We 
are going to start the rest cycle about a half hcfur 
l*te today so we want you to regulate your sleeping 
by shifting everything a half hcrux backwards. We 
would also like to have you put yottr Cryogenic Gaging 
Switch to the OFF position now. 
03 OU 26 02 P Okay, the ccegmter's in Catch Up, You hit smET CC»tP, 

and the fore and aft IVI's are j\iat cycling through 
frooi 0 to 999. 

03 Ql^ 26 12 CC Olcay- We'll looi into that for you. 

03 OU 26 19 P We had tJiis problem at the start of the RBP and I 

thought it was beat, and I got it to stop the first 
day but .it sort of slipped asy mind. Now that we're 
doing this ... I reaneaber . 

03 O^t 26 31 (X Okay, I uniteratand It is still going back and forth. 



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03 <A 26 3^ P les, it's going from 0 to 99 ... 

03 01* 26 29 CC Ok^, it's caning iq) all the tljae, is that correct? 
03 OU 26 lf2 P Up all the time. 

03 04 26 Ui+ CC Okay. 

03 04 26 49 P Rot it's stopped at 794 and ... 
03 04 26 56 cc ostay. 

03 04 27 22 C Roger, we are 79*+ aft, 215 left and we're getting 

tip - down reading 700, 721. 
03 04 27 32 CC The up - down is 721 and the other was 215. 
03 04 27 36 C Well, they're changing. They're left ... 722 down 

right now. 

03 04 27 44 CC 03iay, we're Just about to get LOG. 

03 Ol^ 27 49 CC Oemini-5, we would like t<3 have you leave the coaiputer 

en for a little while and power dovm your IMU when you 
get throu^. 

TAIiANAillVE 

03 04 38 42 CC Gemini-5, Gemlni-5, this is Houston here. Over. 
03 04 36 47 C Go ahead, Houston, Ck:Eiini-5. 

05 04 58 50 CC Eoger, Gemini-5, this is Houston. Could you tell us 

%?hat state your consputer is in presently, that is, 
whether it is OK or OFF and what EK>de it's in? 
And WG would also like to advise you that we would 
like to have you leave it in whatever condition it's 
in right now. 



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07 


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Scicer. we went to Pr^lautich and as socm as the STAitT COMP 










pfggw liciit enn£ nn vp Ehrtit the thine off 


03 


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cc 


QkBy^ your cosBtputei' is ■CEFF and. it wa£ in the Prelaunch 










^bxie when you shut it off. CouLd. you teUL me if the 










IVI's ever stopped counting? , 


03 ok 


39 


25 


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Netrative . 


03 ok 




29 


cc 


You said negative, is that cojrrect? 


03 o4 


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Af f irBia.tive J they did. stop cowiting. 


03 Oi+ 


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Okay, they did stop counting, What did they finally 










stoT) on? 


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791 art. 1^1 left and 710 down- 


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Okav. that's 791 aft. lUl left and 710 down. 


03 o4 


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Biat's right. 


03 OU 


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Okay. 


03 OU 




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GQaini-5j Houston here. We've got another minute or 










two. We don't have any other information for you. 










He'll just stand l^r. 


03 ok 


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Okay. 



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HOISTCW 



03 oh 








Oeciini-5; Geai:-ni-^, this is Houston, Over. 


03 Ok 


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... Houston, f>emini-5. 


03 Oii 


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29 


CC 


Roger, Gcaiixi-5, this is Itoustoii. Be advised that we 



ti^cked euaotiier object with you on your pass across 
the States, Range y»s 2 to 10,000 yards from the 
spacecraft. You ai^t look arouiKi and see if you can 
see anything. Unfortunately^ I caa't tell you which 
dlrectioii to look. 



03 oh 


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What time is this? 


03 Oh 


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Did /on say what size or wtLa^ xime'i 


03 04 


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Tiiae. 


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Weil, it seesG to be going rxght aiorjsi witti ;'ou. 3c 
we're tracking it ri^t w^tii you. 


U3 oh 


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Roger. 


03 oh 








..'e're goinc Iokg /oa nera stiortly but if you oet 
an^tiiing, Wiiy d;>r; ' t yoii lf;t v.-- >now at tlie t^cxt Etat 


03 ni* 


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Okay. 




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Thf: i*aJBr returri was appraxifrstfeiy the car^j us yrjuri' 
as far a eagnj.tv. ie. 













CLl'w!*JAi- ^ -.1 'I'.s : t^L- u,3 

03 05 19 1^ CC Gemini-^, Geaiai-57 C"-^ -^^j^ '.'ou GO on the {^roiina. There 

is nothing for you thie jiasr^. Standing hy. 



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03 05 


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03 05 


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03 05 19 23 C Soger, Gemini -5- Tlank you, CSQ. 

HAWAII 

Gemini-5, Hawaii CAP COM. All your systeaiB look gpDod. 
We've nothing for you this pasa. We're standing by. 
Roger. Thanks, Hawaii. We're GO up here, 
floger. 

I 

FT. ARGUELLO 
Gemiai-5> Genu.ni-5> this is Houston. Over. 
Go ahead, Houston, Gemini-5' 

Roger, I have a couple of questions, and as a matter 
of fact I have a lot of questions and a Flight Plan 
update. Are you read/? 
03 05 ^5 21 cc * First, the questions. Did you see any accelerotneter 

malfunction lights on your I>ttJ on your last Radar Teat 
over the Cape? 
03 05 ^+5 32 C No. 

03 05 ^5 33 cc No n»i lights, okay. I've got a Flight Plan update 

for you. Are you ready to copy? It's quite long. 
03 05 ^5 C Yes, go ahead. 

03 05 ^5 '^3 CC Okay. S-7, time is 03:21:20:08, sequence number 03. 

Remarks - pitch down 90 degrees. Apollo Landmark time 
03:21:38:02, sequence 2I3. Reraarka - pitch down 30 
degrees, yaw right 6 degrees. D-4/D-7. Time 03:22 :i*8;'17, 
sequence nunijers 425 Alpha and U16. Remarks - pitch down 



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30 degrees, ytv ri^t 30 degrees - volcaoos. HP Test - 
time 03:22:55:00, sequence number is 01. End time is 
Oi^:00:^5:00. S-8/D-I3 time 03:02:30:00, sequence number 
Oi and 02. Ifcder remarkB - Pilot. S-7 time 0^:03:20:25, 
sequence number is 01. Remsrks - pitch down 90 degrees. 
03 05 48 13 C Okay. 

03 05 hQ 15 CC S-8/D-I3. Time 0^:03:30:00, sequence numbers 01, 02. 

Remarks - Comn»nd Pilot. HF Test. Tiioe 0J+:0i4:00:00, 
sequence number is 02. Remarks - end time is 0i»:05: 30:00, 
and that's the end of the Flight Plan update. Are there 
any questions? 

Gemini-5, Houston. Did you get the Flight Plan? 

TEXAS 
Stand by, Gemini-5. 
Gemlnl-5, this is Houston here. 

Roger, you just started on the HF Test. You feded. 
Okay, I'll repeat the HF Test. The tiB^ is 0it;0U:00:02. 
I say agpin, that was a mistake. The time is 0^:01^:00:00. 
The sequence number is 02. Remark - end time is 
0*+: 05: 30:00. Gemini-5, that's the completion of your 
Flight Plan update. Are there any questions? 
03 05 50 27 C I didn't get the remarks out of that last HF Test. 

03 05 50 31 CC Roger, under BeiaarkB, the end time for the test is 

• 0^:05:30:00. 



03 05 


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03 05 50 1^3 C Oltay, I got that, 

03 05 50 46 CC Okay, fine. We got aoae questions on tbe S-8/D-I3, 

Gordo. 

03 05 50 53 C Okay. 

03 05 50 55 CC Theae come trcm tTae experiaenter, and they say that 

^ey had the aaoke generator and the chevron both 
sit\*Bted at the northwest corner, and their question 
is. Was there any problem in locating the pattern at the 
end of the smoke coIibkis; and, if so, do you have any 
siiggestlons for improving the positions of the smoke 
columns? 

03 05 51 28 C ... however, .we Just had trouble looting the patterns 

as we got in close. Then they weren't any giveaway 

because we were coming in from such a different angle 

than we bad seen it before. 
03 05 5i 4l CO Okay, but you think the smoke column was placed in a 

r^sonably good position though. Is that correct? 
03 05 51 ^7 C Yes sir, the sasoke really points it out B«ybe a 

hundred miles, a slant range of 200 to 25O miles easily. 
03 05 52 02 CC Okay, fine. They have another question here. Do you 

see marks in every square or in just the two that you 

read off to me? 

03 05 52 13 C I can see ajarks in several of the squares, I didn't 

see them in every square, but I just didn't have the 
time. We were coming at such an angle that just the 



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03 05 52 39 CC 

03 05 52 5U C 

03 05 53 12 CC 

03 05 53 17 C 

03 05 53 30 CC 

03 05 53 37 C 

03 05 53 CC 



one vss about all that really regiatered. And it 
appeared that Just about all that registered with 
Pete was one particular square that he saw clearly. 
I aay, we didn't get it located until we were already 
past it. 

Roger. I have a coranent here that says that the four 
largest targets were in the northern row. I guess they 
just want to point that out to you again that they keep 
the largest targets in the northem-iaost line, 
Yes, well the one that I thovight I could see the clearest 
that registered on me was the first target in the second 
row, which is the nearest to us when we went over. We 
didn't get real close to the targets like we did the 
fiarst pass where I saw them earlier. 

OloBy, very good. So you say the one that you saw best 
was the first one In the second row? 
Right ... I think, again, this is one of the problems 
like we have discovered in flying up yere over them. It's 
the light angle on the target itself. 

Okay, now was the li^t angle better on the second pass 
today or the first pass, as far as you were concerned? 
I think it was better this second pass. 
Okay. According to our calculations, the sun was pretty 
ouch over it for the second pass but you had to look into 




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the sun for your first pass. We aseurae that the light 

was better on the second one, 
03 05 53 52 C And then we both sav it on our second. 
03 05 53 56 CC Okay. 

(XAffSAL SEIflHY QUiBEC 
03 06 53 05 CC Gemini- 5, Geiaini-5, CSQ. 
03 06 53 09 C Gemini-5, CSQ. 

03 06 53 11 CC Soger, we'd like to know what setting you have on your 

Suit Coolant Control. 
03 06 53 16 C Roger, It's all the way closed. 

03 06 53 18 CO Understand full closed. 
03 06 53 20 C Roger. 

03 06 53 23 CC Okay. We have you GO on the grovuid and if you have 

an experiment status report ready this rev we'll copy 
it; if not, we'd like it next rev. Over. 

03 06 53 3^ C Okay, we'll c«tch you next rev. 

03 06 53 37 CC Very good. We have nothing on' the problem. Standing 

by. 

03 06 53 ^ C Okay, fine. Thank you. 

03 06 56 CC Gemini-5, CSQ. 

03 06 56 C Go ahead, CSQ. 

03 06 56 45 CC Itoger. We had a visyal on you this pass, 

03 06 56 47 C Very good. 

03 06 56 52 C * Brighter than the sunlight? 

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03 06 


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Say again. 


03 06 


56 


58 


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Does it look bri^ter than the sunlight? 


03 06 


56 


59 


cc 


Affiroitive, 


03 06 


57 


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Very good. 










nAMAXJ. 


03 07 


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Gemlni-p^ Bavail uAF COM. All systetns are Green. 










Ke re copyxng your ciui&p. we nave an cniDoaru oBp 












03 07 


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19 


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ik}ger. jGo ahead. 


03 07 


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cc 


Koger. The title is Map 22:1^:02. Longituoe /I ciast, 










Rev 51- The star is the same time under Renarks 01:10:12, 


03 07 


11 


49 


c 


Okay, fine. Tbank you. 


03 07 


11 


52 


cc 


Roger. 


03 07 


12 


11 


c 


Eawaii, Geminl-5. Could you give us the OCT time hack 










please? 


03 07 


12 


16 


cc 


Roger. 1*11 give you a hack at 21:14:00. 


03 07 


12 


22 


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Roger. 


03 07 


14 


55 


CC 


Stand by, 3» 2, 1, 


03 07 


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iterk. 


03 07 


15 


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Roger, Thatik you. 


03 07 


20 


05 


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Okay, the time is 21:20:08 seconds, and I'm snapping S-7 

1 










at 1/8. Alining it. We're 90 degrees pitch dovn, at l/U, 


03 07 


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03 07 


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... We are finished with that seq^uence. 



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03 07 23 09 P • Okay, time is 21:2^:00 ... work with our priiMry scanners 

is Just not working. So we'll go to our secondary 
scanners . 

03 07 23 2h P Okay? 
03 07 23 25 C Yes. 

ROSE KHOT VICTOR 

03 07 3it 08 CC Geinini-5, RKV CAP COM. Disregard the update. 
03 07 3** 32 C RKV, this is Gemini-5. Go ahead with the update. 

03 07 3^ 35 CC I've been informed to delete the update. 
03 07 3^ 38 C Okay. 

03 07 3U kO CC We'll be standing by in case you need us. 
03 07 3^ ^ 5 Rog, thank you. 

03 07 3^ ^7 CC Everything looks real good here on the ground. 
03 07 3^ 50 P Roger. Everything is very good here. 

03 07 36 56 C ... 

03 07 37 03 P Okay, you ever taken any other pictures of them for the 

log today? 
03 07 37 17 C No. 

03 07 37 22 C Reaark on the ApoUo Landmark sequence 213. 

03 07 37 29 CC Roger. I copied. 

03 07 37 33 C Roger ... transmit update, 

03 07 37 3^ C Roger, I was putting it on the tape. I transmitted by 

mistake. 

03 07 37 ^1 C Yea, the lake is south ... is there. 



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03 07 


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Titat lake sure looks kind of different in — 


03 07 


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Yes. That aap nay not be too accurate. How about that 










other lake? 


03 07 


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Ik>, that's it all ri^t. Yes, that was I«ke De Foopo 



and that was -Uie Isla de . . 



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CQAS3jAI< sentry QUEBEC 


03 06 


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G«Bixtl-5j CSQ CAP OOM. 


03 08 


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CAP COM, Oemliil-5* Oo ahead. 


03 08 


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Gealni-5, C^. We'd like you to place your T/M switch 








to the REAL TIME & ACQ^AXD positicm. 


03 08 


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Place your T/M to REAL TIME AC^. 


03 08 


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Wbat's the mtter? Couldn't you get it to turn on? 


03 08 


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We're havizig a little trouble vlth our coanaod system. 








I'd say. 


03 08 


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Soger. 


03 08 


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G«Biini-5» we have you GO on the grovmd. We'd like to g 








axperiiaent status and also your D-k/Ji-'J tape time used. 








Over. 


03 08 


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OlMy. Sie «cperiBient8 that were givsa to us today, we- 








C(»pleted everythiiiig ^ut the i^latform niinber 2 Venus 








j^otograph. 


03 08 


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Boger, co;^. 


03 08 


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Okay. Nov I'll give you the D-h time in Just a seccmd. 


03 08 


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^e 0-4 tape r^ninisg 20 oinutes and 8 seconds. 


03 08 


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Copy renainlag tape, 20 minutes 8 seconds? 


03 08 


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AfflTMtive. 



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picture of a cyclonic cloud foi^tlon off Japan. Exposure 










No. 12. 


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Listen. 


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ciU>bl>ered in. I think we're goiag to get it this experiment. 










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We're co^ring your duaqp. We're standing by. 


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Boger, Oenini-5> It's Green up here and we're looking to 










a 'fccpii on u^'*/i>'(m 


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Keeping busy down 'Uiiere^ Bill? 


03 08 


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Bot too imich. 


03 08 


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Us either. 


03 08 


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Is Gordo sleeping? 


03 08 


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Ko, we ate and he right now is tracking, because we need 



the reticle in tlM window. 



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03 08 


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p 


Okay. You can nark your D-U tape coraaenclng rl^t now. 










We're traeking Nolokfti. 


03 Oo 


*7 


30 


cc 


Soger. 


03 Oo 


**7 


50 


r 


And tne tisw tnis tracK atairted. was days <i<i iiours 










i»8 minutes seccmds. 16bsb t^aera is running. 


03 08 


*t8 


29 


P 


WeU. the islands look real clear today. We can see 










Bbnolulu real veil and can see Hilo down here on Hawaii. 


03 08 


U8 




OC 


You sound like a tourist. 


03 08 


48 


U3 


P 


Boy, it's really a nice day down there, isn't it? 


03 08 






CC 


I woul^'t know. I never get a chance to get out. 


03 08 




ti9 


P 


He neither. 


03 08 


U8 


53 


CC 


Touche. 


03 08 




00 


c 


Is it about tise? 


03 08 




02 


P 


We need 2 loinutes. , 


03 08 




26 


p 


Okay. 


03 08 




35 


p 


Okay, you c«a sark that the end ot the tape for D-'f/^7* 



and the eqaipooit's powered down. 



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03 06 1»9 36 CC Boger. 

03 08 i»9 38 P And tlte equiptaent's powered down. 
03 08 ^ ^ CC SE^r« 

03 06 % 57 P Xe», I diMx't know Why I was sitting here with my head on 

Biy rmr, I iboold have taken some ... Won't get a pass 
that good asBls. 

03 06 50 lU P Okay. 

03 08 50 26 P Okay, \re intend to start oiir HF Test at 22:55:00. 

03 08 50 38 P ABd that was a tropical storni, Ckjrdo. 

03 08 50 50 P Cyclonlo off Japan, and if you had exposure i3--l8 it 

Just 13 or did yo« have acaae more? 
03 08 51 12 P 13 or Ik, Hawaii. 
03 08 51 21 P Tes. Y«s ... 

03 08 51 31 P Okay. Okay . . . 

03 08 51 1^3 P Yes, got 5 and 6 now. I wonder what pictures were 10 and 11. 

Do you have them logged anywhere? 
03 08 52 02 P Off Japan? 

03 06 52 07 P Yes, but that's 12. You've got throu^ 9- Oh, they're 

* the two Apollo Lancbaerks. 
03 08 52 2^ P Have ymi logged ... rraarkst Yes, lO and 11. 
03 08 52 33 P Ym, I did. 

03 08 55 16 P recorder is on ... we have started the HF Test at 

22:55:00 and I'm r«dy to start on the hour the first 
recording. 

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03 08 59 16 P This is CT-5; i, 2, 3, 4, 5, k, 3, 2, 1, Thia ia 

GT-5. 23:00:00. 
03 09 04 12 P This is (31-5 transmitting HFj 1, 2, 3, 5, I4, 3^ 2, 1. 

03 09 04 2if P Tbla is OT-5 trensoitting HF at a GMT of 23:05:30. 

IB5SE KHOT VICTCK 
03 09 05 39 CC Oestini-5, 81CV CAP OOM. 
03 09 05 ^ C BK? CAP CO^ Geminl-5. Go ahead. 

03 09 05 ^5 CC Rc^er. We'd like to have a fuel cell purge this pass. 

I'd Xike a fev readouts before you begin. Li^t the 

Pael Cell O2 Quantity Switch. 
03 09 05 59 C Roger. 

03 09 06 08 C . We get a reading of 90^6 ... be advised. 

03 09 06 15 CC Roger. Go to the % position now. 

03 09 06 21 C Roger. is 75-5 and about 7 feet ... psi. 

03 09 06 32 OC Bog. I'd like the stack current readout please. 

03 09 06 36 P Roger. The stack current lA, 5.0; IB is 4.1; IC is 5.1; 

2A is 3.5; 2B is 3*5; 2C is 4.6. 
03 09 06 53 CC Roger. Ifou aay start your purge at this tiae. 
03 09 06 56 P Okay. Turning the Quantity Read Switch OFF. 
03 09 06 59 CC Rog. 

03 09 07 04 P ... quantity H2 purge. Mark. 

03 09 07 22 CC This is Ho. 2 «ark? 

03 09 07 36 P Bo. 2 Is finidied, Coaraencing code 2 purge on No. 1. 



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03 09 


08 


01 


cc 


I'd like to advise you of your aedical data pass over 










Havail cm the ^Snd rev. 


03 09 


Oo 


06 


P 


Go ahead. 


03 09 


Oo 


06 


CC 


T^e acquisition tuoe is 00:19:02, 


03 09 


08 


13 


p 


Okay. 


03 09 


09 


38 


p 


Okay. Purge cc»|tlete on No. 2. 


03 09 


09 




cc 


Boger. 


03 09 


09 


43 


p 


ComBeocing purge os Bo. 2 in 3 seconds. 


03 09 


09 


52 


p 


Ko. 2 cCTBOencing. 


03 09 


09 


53 


cc 


Roger. 


03 09 


11 


55 


p 


Purge 2 is cc»splete. 


03 09 


11 


56 


cc 


Roger. I'd like for you to cycle throo^ your Quantity 










Read Switch again. You need not give me the spacecraft 










readout. 


03 09 


12 


19 


cc 


Geminl-5, RKV CAP COM. 


03 09 


12 


22 


p 


Go ahead. 


03 09 


12 


23 


cc 


We don't have a solid T/M at this time. We'd like to 










give you some Fli^t Plan updates. 

1 


03 09 


12 


28 


p 


• • * 


03 09 


12 


31 


cc 


D-2, 00:l*ii:10. Sequence 1^5. Pitch 23 up. Yaw l45 left, 










right 2 left. 


03 09 


12 


57 


p 


Okay. 


03 09 


12 


59 


cc 


D.U/D-7. 00:4iitl0. Sequence 1^5. Jtode 4l4. Pitch 23 










up. Yaw 1^5 left with recorder. 



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03 09 13 23 P 3*y the yaw. 

05 09 13 25 CC Say again? 

03 09 13 27 P Tell se yav again. 

03 09 13 26 CC 1U5 left. D-6, 00:M^:10. Mode 01. Pitch 23 up. Yav 

1^5 left. Shutter speed I25. Do you copy? 
03 09 13 35 P . . . 

03 09 l4 14 CC I couldn't copy. Say tg^xn, Gemini- 5.. 

03 09 14 21 P Roger. We don't have very good comitunications. D-6, 

QO:kh:ia, Mode 01. 
03 09 1^^ 27 CC Boger. 
03 09 i***29 P What else. 

03 09 lU 30 CC Pitch 23 rxj?. Yav 145 left. Shutter speed 125. Do you 

copy, Gemini -5? 

03 09 15 24 P This is G«Bini-5 transmitting HP; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, 

1, Thia is GeBiini-5 transmitting HF at 23:17:00. 

03 09 19 04 P a«Blni-5 trans»ittiiig HPj 1, 2, 3, ^ % K 3, 2, 1. 

GeBini-5 tFBsnitting HF at 23:20:15. 

03 09 25 11 P Biis is G«aini-5 transmitting. HP; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, 

1. Geaini-5 transmitting HF at 23:25:00. 

03 09 29 14 P Jhie is G«tLni-5 traoaaitting HF; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 

2, 1. Tbe time is 23:30:00. 

03 09 19 P This is G«mini-5 trMismitting HF; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 

2, 1, eNaiai-5 tianwltting HF at 23:35:00. 

03 09 39 l€ P This is Genini-5 transmitting HF; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 

2, 1. Geaini-5 transmitting HF at 23:40:00. 



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03 09 


59 




03 09 


55 02 


c 


03 09 


55 Ok 


p 


03 09 


55 21 


c 


03 09 


55 30 


p 



03 09 28 P Thi8 is ar-5 transaltting HP 1, 2, 3, ^, 5, 5, 3, 2, 

1, thX» IM Ot-5 traawaittins HF at 23;*t-5:00. 

03 09 ^ 23 P This 1« G«idni-5 tranwaittiBfi HP} X, 2, 3, I4, 5, 5, k, 

3, 2, 1. This is Oemiiil-5 tran«aitting HP 23:50:00. 
03 09 '*9 50 P Anybody read G«ailni-5? No. 

03 09 5U 30 P ^ie ia C«aini-5 transaitting HF; 1, 2, 3, k, 5, 5, k, 3, 

2, 1. aemini-5 tranaaitting HF 23:55:00. 
I hear music. 
Do you really? 
Cliinese ausic. 
Yes. 

That's about ri^t too ... sun up. We're coming up on 
Kane. 

03 09 55 ^7 C Kano. 

03 09 56 0^ P ^ey, I'll tell you what we'll do. You know that letter 

we were going to write to the President? We'll take the 
page out of the Flight Plan . . . where we passed the 
JRussians ... we'll write him a letter on that. We'll tell 
him that we're mailing it to him in the envelope and since 
, , , two 1 -dollar bills to certify the record. 

03 09 56 30 P Bow's that? 

03 09 56 38 C Well, it's not a very good envelope. 

03 09 56 itO P Well I know, but we di<in't bring one, did we? 

03 09 56 1ȣ C Bo. 



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03 09 


56 




P 


I olan't orlng one. 


03 09 


50 






tfe era probiAly get onC'Ozi the ship. 


03 09 


56 


50 


P 


Well, ve can s«sl the letter jji this envelope . . . and 










put that ija anothar envelope and aail it to him. 


03 09 


57 


04 


c 


Yea. 


03 09 


57 


26 


P 


• * « 


03 10 


00 


lo 


C 


I don't knov, be mi^t feel as strong about trying to 










aet recoarcta as Mr. Webb does. 


03 10 


00 


23 


P 


I doubt it. 




uo 


CO 




wexx J. Kind ox ciouot it mX). 


03 i.0 


00 


ofl 
cO 


P 


You should put the letter in your hip pocket and we'll 










find out vhich vay he goes. 


03 10 


00 


30 


c 


(laugjaing) 


03 10 


00 




c 


I think oaybe it mi^t be the same to mail him the 










regular letter. 


03 10 


01 


02 


p 


(St, that's vbBt keep ... dam ... freeze to death (whistle) 










wowJ 


03 10 


01 


16 


p 


Yes, that smells pretty good . . . 


03 10 


01 


28 


p 


This ie Geoini-5 transmitting HF; 1, 2, 3, k, 5, 5, k, 3, 










2, 1. ISxis is Oemini-5 transtaitting HF at j;:01:l*5. 










(XkSfTkL SEIfFRY QUEBEC 


03 iO 


05 


33 


p 


CSCi, 0«^i-5 on ISF. 


03 10 


05 


37 


cc 


Boger. CAP (XM did not mcKiitor any HP calls. We did 



not receive any HF calls. 



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03 10 


05 ^ 


P 


03 10 


05 51 


CC 


03 10 


05 56 


P 


03 10 


06 01 


CC 


03 10 


06 36 


CC 


03 10 


06 38 


p 


03 10 


06 39 


CC 


03 10 


06 1*2 


p 


03 10 


06 Urj 


CC 


03 10 


06 


p 


03 10 


06 53 


CC 



This is QatLni-5* Say agalc, CSQ. 
Roger. CSft CAP COt did not receive you on HF. 
Did you not get my HF, CSQ? 
Stand by one. 
Gemini-5i CSQ. 
Go aii^d, CSQ. 

negative reception on your HF-IF, 
But you were getting it before tranwLssion? 
Say asBin. 

But you were getting it before we tried to transmit? 
We were receiving EF from you sc»e time back, well before 
acquisition. 

03 10 07 11 CC Geminl-5> advise place your T/M switch at Command position. 
03 10 12 11* P This is Cfemini-5 transmitting HP; 1, 2, 3, k, 5, 5, 3, 

2, 1. Gemini- 5 transmitting EP at 00:13:00. 
03 10 13 35 P Goah, I don't know if I should use this filter here or not. 

• • • 

03 10 13 I40 C What film are you using? 

03 10 13 1*2 P ... The stars . . . filter, terrestrial filter, uses like a 

star . . . 

03 10 13 52 C Yes, . . . 

03 10 l4 35 C Which reminds me, we've got to hold that dam white patch 

in front of the window to get one picture with that Cloud 
Top spectrometer of mine. 



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03 10 17 26 P This is G«iilm-5 tianKaitting HF; 1, 2, 3* ^* 5, 5, ^, 3# 

2, 1. TrftnsKLtting 0«Bini-^ ftnd tra&wLtting W at 
00:17:30, 

03 10 IB 50 CC Gemini-?, Hawaii CAP CCM, We've c^pleted your oral 

testp. We're standing by for blood pressure. Hawaii has 
telemetry solid. 

03 20 19 03 P Soger. Blood pressure is coming dowi. 

03 10 19 07 CC Gemini- 5, Hawaii Surgecm, Your cuff is full scale. 

03 10 19 39 CC Gettini-5, we had soate PCM dropout thez«. Could we have 

one laore blood pressure? 

03 10 19 P Roger. 

03 10 19 50 CC Cuff is full scale. 

03 10 20 IB CC caay. We have a valid blood pressure. Give me a mark 

when you begin your exercise, 
03 10 20 25 P Roger. Maiit. 

03 10 21 05 CC Gemini-5, Hawaii Surgeon, Your cuff is full' scale. 
03 10 21 1*0 CC We have good blood pressure. St«iding by for your water 

report. 

03 10 21 U4 *P Roger. Witer iB pounds 5 oxmces. 

03 10 21 U8 CC Say again. 

03 10 21 50 P 18 pounds 5 ounces. 

03 10 21 53 CC Roger. Kie people back in Houston would like a little 

information cm your sleep and on Gordo 'a sleep. Did be 



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03 io 


22 03 


p 


03 10 


22 13 


(X 


03 10 


22 15 


P 


03 10 


22 16 


cc 


03 10 


22 20 


p 


03 10 


22 22 ' 


cc 


03 10 


22 25 


p 


03 iO 


22 28 


cc 


03 10 


22 32 


p 



e& to sleep ri^t after our last Hawaii paaa? 
He<8 sort of been catnapping. He tiad about an bour*8 
long sleep period^ very deep, on this last orbit. 
Is he asleep ri^t nov? 
Yes. 

All ri^it, and how long was your nap? 
I slept about an hour and a half. 
About 1-1/2 hours. Pretty good aleep? 
Yes, I don't rffinober anything. 
Okay. Real fine. Bavaii Surgeon out. 

Okay, Hawaii Surgecm. Let »e give you a status on these 
meals. We finally got them strai^tened out. I Just 
'ate meal 3B at 22:00:00. 
03 10 22 U4 CC «iat'8 3B at 22:00:00. 

03 10 22 1*7 P Yes. And xxnv we've used up all the 3-day i»als, we've 

used up all the 2-day n^als, and we ate Vie two packages 
that were in the foot well. And we have all of the first 
day's meals, plus all the food in the left stowage box 
to go. 

03 10 23 12 CC Okay. I copy that. You used up all the 3-day meals, all 

of 2-day veal, two packages in the foot well, and you 
still have to go all the first day's meal and all the food 
in the left stowage box. Is that right? 

03 10 23 29 P lliat's ri^t. Bow the reason we got fouled up was beca\ise 



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of the tvQ food packages in the foot veil, which 
apparently nobody had taken a count of. 



03 IQ 


23 




OC 


(May. Beal fine. Everything else all rl^t? 


03 10 


23 


ks. 


P 


Just fine. 


03 10 


23 


1*5 


cc 


Iteal good. Thank you. Hawaii Surgeon out. 


03 10 


24 


00 


*p 


Bawaii CAP COM, 6«ujii-5 still up here. 


03 10 


2k 


03 


cc 


You're looking good. 


03 io 


2k 


33 


p 


^waii^ Ge«ini-5. EaTC you copied any of otir HP trans- 










mlaalona? 


03 10 


2k 


36 


cc 


fiat's afflraatlve. We copied you going away last time 










for about 15 minutes. 


03 10 


2k 


kl 


p 


Okay, you copying us now? 


03 10 


2k 


^3 


cc 


Stand by cme. 


03 10 


2k 


kS 


cc 


We've got aa awful lot of interferecce on HF, We've had 










it for -Uie last -10 ninutes. 


03 10 


2k 


53 


p 


. You ittsan my HF-DF or do you mean sose other interference? 


03 10 


2k 


56 


cc 


It 'a an outside interference. 


03 10 


2k 


58 


p 


Okay. 


03 10 


25 


Ok 


cc 


Grand Turk read you last UF check. 


03 10 


25 


07 


p 


Say again. 


03 10 


25 


09 


cc 


I say, (^r«nd Turk read you last HF check. 


03 10 


25 


13 


p 


Is anybody reading our voice transmissions? 


03 10 


25 


22 


cc 


I believe Grand Turk read yoxir voice. 


03 10 


25 


2k 


p 


Olcay* I IB not sure that I'm putting out on voice and on 



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the side tone. But 'check in on tbat and have somebody ... 

Toice or not. Bo aeiuse in talking if we're not. 
03 10 25 35 CC Roger. We've had lOS. It's hard to read you, Pete. 
03 10 25 51 C We garbled everything, OHF wise and everything else, 

with that dam CP. That thing was outlawed several 

years a^^. Soaebody keeps . . . 
03 10 26 01 P This is G«ini-5 transmitting HFj 1, 2, 3, ^, 5, 5, ^, 3, 

2, 1 at 00:27:00. Gemini-5 transmitting HF. 
03 10 28 i*0 P We cotspleted the HF check at 00:27:00. 

03 10 33 ^ P kHi day, 00:35:00, standing by for the D-U/D-6/D-2, mode 

1^5. I can't empbasire how nnich we need just a ... for 

this sort of stuff because, assuming very accurately, 23 

degrees pitch up, 14^ degrees yaw left, pitch angle of 

1*9 degrees, no, 39 degrees to the ri^t. 
03 10 1*3 18 P Okay, the time is 00:^3:20; standing by for the J}-2/D-h/D-6. 

See any stars up there, Gordo? 



03 10 


1*3 


33' 


P 


I see. Is that him going by there? 


03 10 


^3 


it2 


P 


Look up. Is that a particle drifting? 


03 10 


1*3 




C 


How far up? 


03 10 


^3 


hi 


P 


Well, it's up pretty far. I think it's a particle. Yes, 










it's a particle. 


03 10 


43 


57 


P 


Okay. What's our yaw angle? We've yawed off. 


03 10 


kh 


Oh 


P 


)fem, we ought to see a pitch-up further. 


03 10 


kk 


1& 


c 


Ob come on, we . . . and never get out of it. 



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03 10 




110 


p 


CoBixig on 44rlO. Boll rif^t; roll sore rl^t; you're 










pitching up too hig^i. Boll right and stop the pitching. 










Is that him right there? Ko. !]%at'S Venus I guesa. You 










need a dam platformi 


^■3 in 




nii. 




les^ you aure ooj you re xosx. rigux nere vitnout one« 






no 


p 


Q fin T*n T*^'ti^ltfki 






Ob 


n 
\# 


nCXX| X J. uu^e UO* 




HO 


uo 


r 


woat time is it? 


03 *0 


Ji< 
40 


13 


C 


TO. 


03 10 


46 


21 


P 


Ko joy. 


03 10 


HO 


2o 


C 


... rolled on up there, just couldn't get straightened 










out ... Qola the roll because I vas tracking vertically 










tnen. 






33 


ir 


Yes, well it didn't make any difference. I don't think 










he VS8 illuminated there. 


03 J-O 


HO 




f> 
L 


No. 


03 10 




1, 1 


P 


Or something, because it Just didn't work. 


03 10 


h6 


U2 


c 


Trouble is, he aight not be illumiaated to us ... and he ' d 










be illuminated on the other side from U8. 


03 10 


he 


52 


p 


Yes. 


03 10 


k6 




p 


Well, vhat a good shov. Better call the gear dovn again 










and turn off the recorder. 


03 10 


4? 01 


p 


I'll leave the recorder on for a second. You got to have 



a platform to do something like that. Consent for the 



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3T 


18 


cc 


03 11 


37 


20 


c 


03 U 


37 


2^ 


cc 


03 11 


37 


30 


c 


03 11 


37 


1*1 


cc 


03 11 


37 


50 


p 


03 11 


38 


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03 11 


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tape recorder. !Ehe thing that gets so hot, I thoit^^t, 
uas the li^t and It nakee the paint «aell and burnt the 
light. It's the rbeoatat in the li^t. It really gets 
hot. 

Geoiini-5, CSQ CAP COM. 
This is OsBi&i-5 standing hy on 3* 

Roger, be advised Houston vill contaet you over Canton. 
Roger. 

Gemini- 5^ CSQ has you GO on the ground and I have landing 
area block updates for you. Are you ready to copy? 
Just one minute. 
Okay, we're raidy to copy. 

Roger, and for all of the following the bank angle will be 
roll left 51, roll right 61. , The weather is good in all 
areas. 

03 11 38 25 C Ro^r. 

03 11 38 27 CC 55 Bravo, 0U:32:2U, 12 plus 05, 19 plus 29. 56 Delta, 

05:25:21, I7 plus 39, 22 plus 22 . 57 Delta, 0lt:02:01, 
15 plus 1+9, 21 plus 04. 58-2, 08:37 v25, 1^ plus 25, 
19 plus 27. 59-2, 10:12:50, 13 plus 11, 18 plus 33. Did 
you copy? 

03-11 C Roger. 

03 11 1*0 5^^ CC Geiaini-5, I like to reiterate the bank angle was roll 

left 51, roll ri^t 69. Do you copy? 
03 11 Ul 0l» P Got it. 

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03 11 5^ ^ CC GCTinl-5» Geinini-5, Houston, over. 

03 11 5^ 51 P Hello, Houston, Gemini -5, go »he*d. 

03 11 5** Roger, thi« is yoiir friendly rendeSYoua advisor. I 

haw • few questions for you. 
03 11 55 01 P Say again. 

03 11 55 03 CC ftoger, I have a few questions for you. 
03 11 55 06 P Go ahead. 

03 11 55 08 CC During the 1*8 or ^49 itev did you notice an Accelerometer 

Milfuactlon Li^t? On the ground we were reading some 

accelerometer bias activity. Over. 
03 11 55 22 P I didn't hear the first pert of yoiur question. 

03 11 55 26 CC Roger, during the kQ and U9 Rev paasing the States did 

you notice an Accelerometer Malfunction Light? 
03 11 55 36 P Ho. We've got everything powered' down in here. 

03 11 55 ^ CC Itoger, this was several orbits ago. Over. 
03 11 55 ^ P You're talking about after we powered down after 

leaving the States, aren't you? 
03 11 55 52 CC *niis was just before you powered down, over. 
03 11 55 55 P Say again. 

03 11 55 57 CC Roger, thia was just before you powered down. Over. 
03 11 56 03 P We didn't have any Accelerometer Light on the platform 

at that tiae. Bo. 

03 11 56 08 CC Okay on your Radar Test, when you were in the Rendezvous 



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Mode, lAiat vas your reading in address 69? Over. 



03 JJ- 




19 


r 


I resd aJLL k^I"* or scirevy taings rront xu.o mixes to 










allee but it never r^d the ri^t oileage. 


03 11 




29 


CC 


R£^$er> tmderetand* Did it continually clMknge? Over. 


03 11 


56 




CC 


Geeiini- 5, Gemini- 5» Houston. When you switched to 










Catch Hode, \Aat vere your ridings? Over. 


03 11 




52 


P 


ntey read the saiae thing, l^ey just didn't read 










correctly. 


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Roger, understand. In the Catch Mode, were you 










holding tiM BEAD Button down contimu)usly? Over, 


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Yes, I tried both. I held it down continuously and 










then I punched it up several tisies individually. 


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Boger, understand. Could you give us an evaluation . 










of the 3"Ounce drinking bag. Over. 


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Did we get what? 


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Boger, could you evaluate for ue the 3-ounce drinking i 










Over, 


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Ho, we're not using them. 


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Ifederstand. How is the beard status coming? 


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Understand. She Surgeon advises that V£;s an excellent 



food report. It helped to clear out a lot of things 
down here. Over. 

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ourselms. We reallj di^*t realize ^ere ve vest wrong 
imtll vtt figured out the foot veil food wasn't mrked* 
Boger* Sow is your M>1 ExperisteDt ccraing now? 
It's woriting ewy nerrily. 

Okay. How abcHit the suit temperatures and cabin ten^ira- 
tures? 

03 11 58 09 F We have the suit loo|s shut down iftiich gives uz an inlet 

teoperature of 5^ and the cabin is fairly warm. If you 
wait a second, I'll give you a cabin count. 
Okay. 

Cabin temp is 79. 

Roger, is your C^bin lempereture Gege in the spacecraft 
functioning properly? 

Ho, I'm using the wet-dry bulb theraometer. The Cabin 
Temp Gage is out. 

Roger^ we had heard before that it vas out. On your next 
pass over Cantcm, I'd like to be giving Gordo a briefing 
act the Tei^iAl Riase Visibility Test that we'd like him 
to perform during the approaches to darkness on the 36 
and 57 revolution. Over. 
03 11 59 07 P Okay, understand. 

03 11 59 11 (X: On your BF Test we've had reports of about ei^t sites 

that have been able to read you. Most of them were weak. 
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Hoger, we have voice counts and the IF. Over. 


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Okay, on the D-2 IU5 - no Joy. 


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figure out where laost of the fuel went. Whether it was 










in the California backgroudc oieasureiaent or in the Radar 










Test. Coiiid you clarify that any on your Attitude Control 










Mode. 


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Gemini -5, Houston, acJuiowledge. 


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Okay, can you relay. Canton? I can read you loud and clear. 


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Roger, we can relay. 


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Okay, what did he say? 


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He Jtist said understand. 


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What did he say about the stateside passes? 


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Roger . 


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Houston, CrCTini-5 reports he dad not get everything with 










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Roger, we're cooceraed about the fuel usage, Aether he 










thou^t it was in the California backgrwuid or in the 










Radar Test. Over. 


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Radar Test. Over. Usage doing it. 





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piressure buu xen^iezvburc irvEo you. 


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Roger J the helium source temperature is 52 degrees; the 










pressure is I'KX) psi. 


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Koger, copy. Axso at this xiiae we wouxci xikc you wj cycxe 










thix)ugh your Quantity Read Switch so we could get soioe 










gi^und sreadouts. 


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Roger, we'd also like to have a QAi6 quantity readout. 










please. 


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Roger, CAMS quantity readout looks like 29%. 


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Say again. 


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03 12 19 U6 CC Win yo^ sight them to the fuel cell O2, please. 

03 12 19 ^ CC You got it there, don't you? Stand by. 

03 12 19 38 CC Quantity Read Switch to Fuel Cell H2. 

03 12 SO 38 C Okay, can ve go Fuel Cell Hydrogen OFFt 

03 12 20 hk CC Stand hy, 

03 12 20 53 CC Quantity Read Switch OFF. 

03 12 21 00 CC Fii^t would also like to know where you used up the moat 

fuel, if you have any idea, where you have the CAMS usage, 
whether it was in California backgroxuid or the Radar Test 
Experiment. Do you have any idea? 

03 12 21 10 P We used it in that pass across the States. We were using 

Rate Consnand to track and looking for targets of oppor- 
tunity and when we picked up all of this ... Houston. 
Vfe used quite a bit on that pass across the States. 

03 12 42 3^+ CC Gemini-5, Gemini-5, Hoviston CAP COM, over. 

03 12 1+2 39 P Go ahead, Houston CAP CCW, Gemini- 5- 

03 12 U2 ^ GC Roger, Gemini-5, Houston CAP COM here. You're coming in 

weak. We suspect the from the RKV did not get in. 
Would you cycle yoiir Tape Play Back to RESLTE. Over. 

03 12 U2 57 P Roger. ... cycled to Tape. Play Back RES£T, 

03 12 i+3 02 CC Roger, That's affirEffltive. Did you notice the DCS lights 

leaving RKV? 

03 12 43 20 P Yes, we got a DCS light. 

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03 12 i»3 30 CX; 0«Biiii-5, Houston here. We are vondering about your 

Thruster IlluiKitiation Check* We botrd that you had some 
coment that you didn't think this would be possible to 
perform. Is that correct? Over, 
... say agsin, you were cut out there. 
G«iiini-5, this is Houston. We're umble to r^d you. 
We'll pick up your coaments on tliat over CSQ. 
Okay. 

You're loud and clear right now. Try it again. 
Repeat your transtaission. 

Gemini- 5, this is Houston. We'll pick up your conaaents 
on your ffliruBter Illimination Check over the CSQ, Over. 
Okay. 

Your okay's are cooing in loud and clear. 
JJote to the tape recorder on pressure suits, I have three 
pressure points that have been with me all along and 
always will be as long ae I wear this suit. The inlet 
hose, the outlet hose and the coann. cable on the front 
of it gouge, dig, ajad press. Also these so-called medical 
sensors that people have worn for several weeks without 
feeling have been itchy and irritating the whole flight. 

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03 13 11 26 CC G«iiini-5, C9Q. We have you GO on the ground and we have 

a valid tempera'ture . Standing by for blood pressure. 



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Gemlnl''5* this is CS^ Surgeon, we oave a valla blooa 










pressure. Give us a aark on your exercise. 


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Roger. Stalling exercise now. 


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GeiBini-5f CSQ Surgeon, blood pressure full scale. 


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Qeiaini-5> CSQ Surgeon, ve have a valid blood pressure. 










Standing by for yovir water report. 


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Okay. I have drunk 20 pounds and 6 ounces of water. 


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Understand. 20 pounds and o ounces of water. 


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Boger. On the visi- tester scores, I bad seven wrong. 










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CSCi, I guess you're current on the food report. 


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Yes, Geniini-5» this is CSQ SurgecHi. We're current and 










okay on food and sleep. Thank you. 


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OffiBinl-5f JEStl, there's nething rurther. Standirkg by. 


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(^y, everything's fine here. 


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Gaalni-5, Gemini-^, this is Houston. Hov do you reed? 










Over. 


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"briefing for you* This is a Readezvous Illumination 
Teat* Tbls ocperiomt is to be inserted into the ^th 
and ^7th Bev. It viU siooilate t2ie aja^eczvft pitch 
attl-^ide history during the CT-6 r«idez:¥ous vith proper 
auD elevatioa anglea. Ibx purpose ia to determine con- 
atraint oa atar viaihility during the rend^vous imposed 
by Bunli^t and earthli^t on the spacecraft in the 
vindov in the regi<»i of sunset and aunrise. Hov do you 
read? Over. 

03 13 29 57 CC aeBiini-3* this ia Houston continuing* The test requires 

you to fly a tiae profile of pitch angles using the 
attitude indicator and record your obaervations of out- 
tbe-vindov visibility on voice tspe with time marks. 
IXtring the 36th Rev the test is done vith heads dovm all 
ihe my. Sov do you iread? Over. 

03 13 30 10 C I reed about a fourth of what you said, Bux. 

03 13 30 21 CC Boger. I understand. Bov do you read oe now, Geiaijii-5? 

03 13 30 21* C I m el«tr right now. 

03 13 30 27 CC Okay. This is a pitch attitude history profile that we 

vant you to fly "Uiat will simulate the CS-6 sun eonditi(»s, 
Bie observsti(ms will consist of the nuiaber of stare 
visible and identification, overall bri^taess, glare 00. 
the window, reflections from the sun and eartii, and the 
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03 13 31 51 C Roger, I got that. 

03 13 31 52 OC Soger, We*d like you to record this on voice tape vith 

tiae laark. ffae crev procedures are as follovs. Are you 
reac^ to copy? 
Just a ainute. Bus. 
Go ahead. 

Roger. At a (ME 05:45:00. Set event timer to 0 and 
stand by. Tum an platfora, vara up for 30 mimttes, 
then aline for 10 aiautes, at Cac 06:22:00 atart* event 
tiaer counting ^xp. At event time of 5 ainutea, KLatform 
in ORBIT RATE, Attitude Ccmtrol PULSE. Boll 0, yaw 0, 
pitch to 15 degreea and begin observations. How do you 
rMd? 

legative, I'm not reading you. 

Roger. GHP 05:^5:00. Event tiver to 0 and stand by. 
Over. 
Got that. 

Bt^r. Tom on -the platfom, wans up for 30 ainutea and 
aline for 10 scLnutes. Over. 
Roger, got that. 

(MS 06:22:00. Start event timer counting up. Over. 
Got that. 

Roger. Event timer 5 minutes. Platfora ORB RATE, 
Attitude Control POI^. Pitch to I5 degrees and begin 
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03 13 33 13 C Platfora ORB BATE and Attitude C<Mitrol PULSE. 

03 13 33 22 CC Roger, that's affliuative. The following are check 

pointa for a eiaooth pitch change. 10 mlnutea, pitch 
17.^ degrees. I3 minutes, 20 degrees. Hov do you 
read? 

I think you better forget it; we're not reading you. 
Roger. Let me try aace more. 10 minutes, pitch to 
17.5 degrees* I5 minutes, pitch to 20 degrees. Over. 
Geaini-^, this is Houston. Hov do you read itov? Over. 
Gemini- 3; Canton, do you read? 

I r«id you but he's not coming in. He's cutting out 
about every other word. 
Roger. 

Gemini-5, Canton. Houston reports you'll get this pitch 
pi^file over another station. Over. 
Okay. IHMnk you. Canton. 

When you have to get out some important data and you have 
tiiae axxh as, about . . . Time now is the kth day 03 hours 
^ minutes on the CT-6 pitch profile. Don't ^ste time 
trying to talk to us direct; send it out to Cantoai by 
Chris Kraft and have them read it up to us, because 
rea»te facilities are terrible. It's Just frustrating 
Bitting up twre listening to them coae throu^ every other 
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it necks down is a real bottleneck, Eiis is where they 










fastexted the pill onto and increased the thickness of it 










and the stiffness of it, and the food is very difficult 










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Yaw 1^5 degree* left. Rl^t to left. 
Okay. 

Roger. Stand by, Gemlni>5. 
Geniini-5> HtCV. 
Go ahead, RKV. 

Roger, WouXd you close yoiu* QAMB Heater circuit brealcer 
at this time? 

Okay. QAMS circuit breaker is closed. 

Roger. I'd like to continue wtkat Houston started to get 
up to you if you're ready , to copy. 
All rigjit. 

On this Rendezvous lUumlnation Teat — On the pitch pix>file 
check points for sonoth pitch changes, at 10 minutes 
pitch to 17.5 degrees, at 15 minutes pitch to 20 degrees, 
at 20 minutes pitch to 25 degrees, at 25 minutes pitch to 
32.5 degrees, at 30 minutes pitch to M} degrees. At this 
tiate gradually drift to 13Q degjrees and drift to 130 degrees 
by 50 alnutes on the event timer. 1^t*s 20 minutes to 
pitch to 130. Maintain this constant attitude of I30 until 
you read 10 minutes on the event tiiaer.. next rev at 

07:52, stand by. When you read 10 minutes on the event 
timer, reset the timer to 0 and stand by. Did you copy that 

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the platfom until ^ minutes* At -Uiat tisie roU 180 












heads ckWD. Zero ywm at 1^ degraae pitch. 


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pzt)file and observations according to the previous time 












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Roger, that's it. 


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Roger, tiaank you. 


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RJCV, Gemini- 5. 


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03 1^ ^5 5** Boger. We have you GO cm the gnmnd. We'd like to hare 

you go through the Cr^genlc Qmntity Re«d switch positions. 
Boger. 

I . . . the FueX Cell position. 
Fuel Cell Eg position please. 

Leave f\Ml Cell ^ position where it is and we wcmld like 
you to 0> to CAL If please. 
Roger, just fine. We're busy on the 0-2 yet. 
iioger, standing by. 
How do you feel? 
Okay, go ahrad. 
Cal done. 

Gemini- 5, CSQ. Have you finished your HP Test yet? Over. 
I*aiting list tiaie for HF Test. 
CSft copy. 

Geaini-5, you can go back to the OFF position with your 
Cryogenic Ciuantity B^d switch. 
Okay. 

ROSE KNOT VICTOR 

WW CAP COM, 

Okay, BKV, Geaiini-5 here. 

Boger. All eyatess look good on the ground. We imve a 
quest icm to ask you about the HF Test aequence lio. 2. 
Have you started it yet? 





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03 15 26 59 C Ho, ve bavea't started. We've delayed it for now. Catch 

It at s later date. 

03 15 27 0^^ CC lioger. MCC advised that if you wanted to delay it, we 

could reschedule it soaetime elae la tiae Pli^t Plan. 

03 15 27 OJt C Soger, we'll pick it up later today or in tlie next day 

or fio. 

03 15 27 18 CC Soger. 

03 15 28 19 CC RCV CAP COM. We don't have nothing elee for you this 

pass. We^U be standing by. 
03 15 28 Zk C 0)»y, fine, fhank you. 

CASAm ISIAHDS 

03 15 ^ 19 <X Gemini- 5, this is Canary CAP COM, We have nothing for 

you this pass. We are standing by. Everything looks 
good frc»Q the ground. 

03 15 ^ 28 C Okay, Canaries, G«aini-5 here. Would jou tell Fli^t 

that we delayed the EF Test and the Cabin Ligbt Survey and 
we would like to put off this li^t heads-up, beads-down 
light pitch program test either to later today or toaorrow. 
Over. 

03 15 ^ 55 CC Roger, understand. Flight concurs with your delay on 

the HF Test. I'll check with him on the heads-up, heads- 
down lUufflination check. 

03 15 50 05 C Roger. You migjit just mention we iMven't t«id any sleep 

yet tcmight and we're a little tired. 



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03 17 03 20 C 

03 17 03 21 CC Roger. 

03 17 03 25 C 30 seconds . . . the pvurge of ... 

03 i7 03 32 CC Roger. 

03 17 06 05 C . . . 

03 17 06 06 CC itoger. 

03 17 06 15 C 

03 17 06 17 CC Bitfrt, 

03 17 06 21 CC If you could turn your Cryogenic Quantity Svitch to the 

ECS O2 po8itios> it irould help us. 



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you before you cooplete your Og purge. All your systebs 

are good here on the ground. 
03 17 07 25 P Okay. Very sorry. Thank you. 
03 17 07 27 CC Good. 

CASARY 

03 17 23 10 CC Gemini -5, this is Canary GAP CCM. 
03 17 23 14 C Go ahead, Canary, Gamini-5. 



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It's still on. Okay, the circuit breaker is closed. 

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03 18 58 08 CC AJl right. Area 60-l, 11:36:13, 1^ plus 26, 19 plus 30. 

ATM 61-1, 13:11:5^, 13 plus 06, IB plus 39- ArM 62-1, 
li|;l*6:27, 12 plus 17, 18 plus 07. Area 63-^*, 17:35:04, 
Ik plus 12, 19 plus 29. Area 6U-U, 19:10:15, 13 plus 01, 
18 plus 37. Do you cop/r 

Canaries, could I bave the ares of the first one aaain? 
Roger, the first area was 60-I. 
60-1, 11:36:13. I bave everything else. 
That's affiroative. 

That's all we have for you at this tiae. We are standing 
toy. Ssytens are GO on the ground. 
It's CO up here. 

CARMHVON 
Gfflnini-5, Carnarvon CAP COM. 
Go ahead, Carnarvon. 

Roger, we've got a long Flight Plan i:^>date for you. 
R^dy to copy. 

Title: Platform. By the way, all of these are the 4th 
day. Item 1, 00:00, reaarks, power up; Item 2, platform 
11:25:00, remarks aline SEP; next item, power up L1:U0:00, 
renarks. Hate Gyro and Coiiiputer OTj next item, bio-»ed 
recorders 11:51:00, remarks, Ito. 2 ON, Mo. 1 OFF; next item, 
D-6, Delta-6, 11:55:55, sequence Ro. 13^, mode No. 08, 
reoarks pitch down 30, yaw 0, speed 6O; next item, D-6, 



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Delta-6, 12:08:13 sequttice Bo. 067, mode Ho. 08, renartcs 
pitch down 30, y«ii laft UL, speed I25, Bow's it going so 
fUr? 
Got it. 

Hext is Delta -6, 12:2i*:02, sequence 091, aode Ho. 08, 
pitch down 30, yaw ri^t 2, apeed 60. Hext item, platfors, 
13:00:00, renarka aline SEF. Next item S-8/D-13, 13:23:^, 
sequence Ho. 03, retarJis pitch do*na 30, yaw ri^t 22. 
Hext item D-6, Delta -6, 13:5^:50, sequence 089, mode Ho. 
19, pitch down 30, yaw right 1, speed 1000. S-4, f-»top 
k. How's it going? 
Got it. 

Okay, next item, D-k/D-f, ll*: 15:00, sequence Ho. 4lOC. 
Hext iten, platform l4: 30:00, reoarks aline SEPj next 
it«» D-k/I^T, 14:56:50 sequence Ho. lt2U Alpha, mode Wo. 
08, pitch down 30, yaw left 10, speed 60, test tine 
1*^:57:31. Next item, D-6, Delta-6, i5:0l*:lK> sequence 
Ik). i3if, mode Bo. 08, remarks pitch down 30, yaw 0, 
speed 125. Hext item D-k/D-T, 1^:19:00 sequence Ho. 1*19. 
You got everything up to this point? 
Yes. 

Okay, we're approaching LOS. I may get about one more in. 
Platfona 15:1+0:00 reoarks aline SEP; next item D-k/H-J, 
16:28:04 sequence i«23 baker, mode Ho. 08, renarks pitch 
down 29, yaw left 3^, speed 60. Do you copy? 




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03 19 ^ 58 P That's affiroatlve. Have it all. 

03 19 39 59 CC Okay. Riere's two, three more itema. I'll go to the naxt 

cme. S-7, 16:37:00 pitch down 90, thxmderstorBS over 
sou-Uiem florida. Do you copy. 

HOUSTON 

GeBiinl-5, Gemini-5, Houston CAP C(M. Over. 
Hello f Houston, Gemiiii-5 here. 

itog. You look pretty good here oft the ground. Are you 
raady to finish copying the Flight Plan update? 
Yes, Would you wait just one secoodt I'm husy. I'll 
be ri^t with you. 
Okay. 

Okay, Hoiiston, ready to copy. 

Roger. I'll pick up irtiere Carnarvon left off, and I My 
repeat part of the last one. It waa S-7 at 16:37:00 pitch 
90 down. Thunderstorms over southern Florida. D-6, 
16:51:25 sequence Ko. O65 mode No. 08, pitch 30 down, 
yaw 32 right, speed 60. Power down 17:00:00. Rate 
Gyros, Computer and Platform OFF. Did you copyT 
03 20 19 06 P Rog. 

03 20 19 11 CC Okay. Did you have a chance to try the second Rendezvous 

liluBiination Test or did you cancel those out altogether 
tonight? 

03 20 19 20 P Yea. Let me explain a little bit what our problem was. 



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After we left the States yesterday, ve had quite a bit of 



housekeeping to do, and by the tiae we got <ione reatoving 
thinss, why it was getting pretty l«te and we got into the 
HF Check and that kept Gordo awake. Th<m ve got into a 
bunch of things like that and the next thing ve knew 
neither one of us got any sleep to speak of so we ran 
out of gas there and we just knocked off everything and 
tried to get some rest. 

Okay. That's fine. Ho problems, I Just wondered if you 
tried the second one. We may reachedoi^ it and we aay not 
it depends on your fuel. And do yqu have any particular 



etistions on _the procedure or would you like to look it 
over for a little longer? 

later on today why don't you run — well, why don't you run 
it by me ri^t now and I 11 make rare I ©>t it all ri^t. 
Okay, we got seme other things we'd rather talk to you 
right now, particularly since we still have 2k hours at 
least until we try this one again. So we'll update you 
a little later on that particular test. Okay. 
Very good. 

Okay. Did you get a chance, ^en you put the REP out, to 
take any pictures of it? 

Yes, we should have it on l6tnm and we should have it on 
the Hasselblad and when we pyit it out ve had both the 
REP and the blanket right together. 





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Okay, underfitand, thank you. Okay, I have a oap update 
for you If you're ready to copy. 
Okay. 

Okay. 'She nap at the time of h days U hours 33 nlnutes 
57 seconds will be 13^.6 degrees West. 

Rog. Would you give me the rev and the time again, please, 
Rog. Rev is 59 and the time is on the l^th day, 11:38;57. 
Very good, got it. 

Okay, and your fuel usage is getting sorta close. We 
figure we need about kk poiuida to finish all of the 
experiments and we have about pounds so be conservative 
on that. Okay. 

03 20 21 36 P Yes. We've been drifting most of the time here this 

evening. 

03 20 21 1*0 cc Okay, that's fine. We find that even during the slow 

passes when you're not doing anything, you use about 
2 pounds or so, so we'd like to keep it down as much as 
possible. 

03 20 21 50 P , Okay. 

03 20 21 52 cc Okay, Elliot has a discussion on your radar yesterday 

for you. 
03 20 21 55 P OlM»y. 

03 20 21 56 cc ... could you give me a fuel cell hydrogen quantity read 

first, Pete. 



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P . Olsay. It's 68^t at 770. 

CG Rc^er. 'Riey did a considerable computer analysis vork 
yesterday emd I*d lilce to ask you a couple of questions 
and then I'll tell you what we're going to do. Did you 
get any analog range indication when you were trying the 
last radar test? 

F Yes. . Gordo said he had range r^ad and I guess the range 

scale was pegged. 

CC Ro^r. And did you ti^, when you were having the probleK 
of reading the range out, did you try going to aCAlflBY 
and then back to Car? 

P No. 

CC Okay. You probably didn't think of that because you had 
a lock-on li^t. Okay, the MDIU appears to be okay by 
groixnd analysis. I've checked out your various readings 
in it- It appears that it's working all right. For your 
inforsaation your first 69 readout anytlBie will be the last 
previous readout in the Rendezvous Mode. 

P Yes. 

CC Okay. The i«nge readout problem, we think, may be due ■ 
to noise interference from either Jacksonville radar or. 
SPAMTS. We have to have them off the nexf^ime we try 
this. We would like to do another Radar Test, not today, 
but tcMttorroy. It might be similar to the one you did 
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you. We'd like you to include taking Que star pictures 

of the Cape, liow do you feel that you can do this both 

at the satae time? I have an indication that you did 

some of that yesterday, anyway. 

That's correct. I got some pictures of the Cape 

yesterday vith the Questar diiring the ti»ek. 

Okay. Weil we would like to do that again when we do 

the test and the pictures will he taken when you are 

directly on bore sight, and I wae concerned about whether 

you could operate the MDIU and the Questar at the aaae 

time. 

Yes. 

Okay. Do you have any other questions about the Radar 
Test? 



We would like to request that we keep everything to 

a minimum in the evenings. We, for some reason^ are 

having trouble sleeping. One guy bothers the other one 

when he's doing anything is ybst it amounts to. 

Okay, this test would be done during the day eo I don't 

think there would be any problem that way. 

Yes. We're not concerned about that. We just want to 

erajiiasize that it's so dam quiet in the cabin that when 

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why, it oakee quite a bit of noise. 

03 20 25 07 CC Roger. Pete, how about if we plan these last 5 or 6 

hours before you got the Carnarvon ujxtotes as a quiet 
period. Would that work out pretty good? 

03 20 25 17 ^ That's awful late. That's what finally happened. We 

both fell asleep last night, I guess. I know I did. 

03 20 25 27 CC Okay, we'll keep it down then. Can you give us a status 

on your tecipereture up there and your comfort? 

03 20 25 33 P Our comfort's fine and the temperature is fine. I t hink 

ray M-1 Experiiaent ' s quit running for good no v. I don't 
know whether to wring it out of air or what, Ttie problem 
that I had with it before was not the same thing. The 
valve's "not making any noise any nore. So I think it 
either ran out of air or just gave up the ghost and just 
quit running. 

03 20 25 53 CC Okay, fine. Understand. You guys are sounding better 

all the time, I^te, You raust like it up there, 
03 20 26 00 P Say again. 

03 20 26 01 CC I said, you guys are sounding better all the time. You 

BHist like it up there. 
03 20 26 07 P Well, we're getting used to it. 

03 20 26 11 CC Ha, ha, okay. 

03 20 26 12 CC Gemini -5, Houston Flight. Good Ewming. 
03 20 26 16 P ^foming. How are you? 



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Gmtj looks like we're getting ready for another day here. 










Be giving you the GO pretty soon. 


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Okay, we're standing by to power up. 


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Roger, We'll see you. 














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Gemini-5, this is Canary CAP OJM. Fli^t would like to 










know if you have recycled the valve on the M-1 Experiaient. 


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recycle. 


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CARNARVOK 

03 21 06 02 CC Geniini-5, we have a Pilot oral temp. Stand by for 

Surgeon. 

03 21 06 07 CC Gemini-5, Carnarvon Surgeon. Observe your first blood 

pressure coming up. 
03 21 06 53 CC VTe have your blood pressure. Standing by for your 

exercise on your oark.' 

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G^lnl-^, Caraarvfm. 


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Okay. I'll give you a raark at 11 hours 10 minutes in 










about ko seconds. 


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Roger. Got it. Thank you. 


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Hi, Gemini- 5. We bave visual contact. 


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We'-«« got a minute till U3S. 


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Memo for the tape at h days 09 hoirra 00 mintrtes .. 












kh. k'7 


p 


i*KuinW' V01I nrMVTMa ... We are at standard Gfeaii* 


















03 21 


» 

H> 10 




wnax positflOu is yDiir ei\jO uo swavch xm 


03 21 


1*5 13 


P 


ECS O2 H^ter is off. 


03 21 


1*5 15 


cc 


Roger. Kiank you, Pete. 


03 21 


1*5 23 


cc. 


Okay. You're looking pretty good dovn here. How 








doing? 


03 21 


U5 27 


c 


Juat fine. 


03 21 


U5 29 


cc 


Okay. We'll stand by if you need anything. 








TEXAS 


03 21 


i»9 oi* 


cc 


GeBiini-5> Houston GAP C(M. 


03 21 


i49 08 


P 


Go ahead, ^Houston. Gejiiini-5. 



03 21 li9 10 CC Rog. Would you place your CAMS Heater circuit breaker to 

open for 10 seconds please. And then close. 

03 21 1*9 23 C It's working. We can see the ampe on the gage. 

03 21 1*9 27 CC Okay. We wanted to check it down here too. 

03 21 U9 30 (X How about your Quantity Read t© ECS Og please. 

03 21 it9 3I* P Say again. 

03 21 1*9 36 CC Your Quantity Read to ECS Og. 

03 21 1»9 140 C Roger. We noticed that the QAiB is riding awful cold. 



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03 21 kg kh CC Roger. And did you have aoy luck with your M-1 ^en you 

recycled the vmlve? 

03 21 i*9 52 C ... is off r«tc. It's just flat quit run and nothing's 

naking asy noise any more. 
03 21 i*9 58 CC Okay, fine. Good try anyvay. Could ve have a food report 

from the Pilot, please? 
03 21 50 13 P Roger. My last meal was lA at Ol*:0if:00:00. 

03 21 50 g2 CC Roger. Uhderstand. Coxad we have it for the last 24 

hours, please? We didn't get it at Carnarvon. 
03 21 50 35 P 3B at 03:^:00:00. 

63 21 50 41 <XJ Roger. And you can turn ECS O2 Quantity Read back and I 

have some information on the carrier for your 0-6, It'll 
be heading 255 degrees; there will be one destroyer one 
mile astern. 
Roger. 

Houston, the bio-med recorders were changed at 11:53. 
Roger. Understand. 11:53- 

C<M«aent for the tape. Any time when the sun is anywhere 
near the window, or looking into the window, this reticle 
is almost uaeless. The sunlight hits on the reflecting 
mirror, just causing any vision on anything to be extremely 
difficult, 

03 21 57 00 P BcHJSton, G«aini-5, no joy. 

03 21 ?7 03 CC Gemini, Houston. Say again. 



03 21 


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03 21 


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03 21 


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03 21 


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03 21 57 05 C Roger. No joy on 13^. 

03 21 57 08 CX; Roger. ItoderBtand. For your 06?, the Caimry'8, the cloud 

coverage is 0.3 to O.^t, and for the 091 D-6 the wMther^s - 
poor. 

03 21 57 33 P Well, see if we can ' t get going . . . get this pitch to . . . 

03 21 57 35 C Oiiay. 

03 21 57 ^ P ... aziother one in the middle of no place, 09I. Las Palnas, 

ri^t on the corner of the round island . . . 

03 21 57 5^* C Bight on the east side of the little fat round island. 

03 21 58 02 P Oh, 091, Itanbasa Airdrome. That's ri^t on the shoreline 

* and well away over on the east coast at 12:24, so we got 

plenty of time to study that one. 



03 21 


58 1*5 


P 


Okay, this one is yaw left 11— 


03 21 


56 50 


c 


. . . Las Falioas 


03 21 


58 57 


c 


Just about to power up there. 


03 21 


59 02 


P 


Good^ ... 


03 21 


59 06 




Boy, you really pulled the chain. 


03 21 


59 09 


c 


Boy, I was really beati I was tired; 


03 21 


59 18 


P 


I told then to knock off this night stuff 



one thing or 'another, iu>usekeeping, and so foz^. 
03 21 59 38 P ■ It's so dam quiet in the cockpit when one guy. is doing 

sonething it bothers the other guy. Okay, this is 

acquired at 08:13« 
03 21 59 59 C 11 degrees left yaw in it? 

03 22 00 P X«B* 

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0^ 22 


00 


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Geiaini-5, Houston. Place your T/M switch to CCM4AND, 
















fY7 




7A( to COMMND. 












CiT. 22 


oo 


22 


c 


What's .tlie time an it? 


01 22 


00 


26 


p 


08:13. 


O'^ 22 


00 


28 


c 


Oiay, 




00 


30 


p 


Put it in the right place in the sap. Look, here's the 










Mombasa AirdroBie he vants us to take a picture of up here 










instead of showing it ri^t here. 


03 22 


01 


16 


c 


By golly, you're needing a shave, bear. 


03 22 


01 


18 


p 


Time is 04 days 12 hours 10 minutes 00 seconds, and we 






to 




got four good pictures of the airdrome at Las Palnas. 










D-6/067. 










GAHARY 


Ol 22 


OS 




cc 


Gei&ini'^, this is Canary GAP COM. 








Jr 


fVi ahf^d dtnAPV fJemirii — '5. 










Rntrei" A i*eiBlnde*" that there will he a medical data nass 










on the Conoand Pilot over Carnarvon; their AOS time is 










approxlaately 12 hours ^ minutes. 


03 22 


06 


16 


P 


Roger. 12:^. 


03 22 


06 


20, 


CC 


That's all we have for you. We're standing "by. 


03 22 


06 


24 


p 


Okay, that's fine, ^utnk you. 


03 22 


22 


2if 


p 


The tape is on and the time is 04 days 12 hours 23 minutes 



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Pa^e h3h 



* ... seconds. We're standing by for a D-6 sequence 091 
iBode 08. However, the weather looks pretty bad looking 
over there rigbt now. 

03 22 23 08 P Boy, it's araaaing. You know, you don't notice too much 

on that pulse out the window. It's aBaiing when you fire 
the pulse how I can see that in the landiMirks on the ground. 

03 22 23 23 C Oh, I bet. 

03 22 23 2k P That lens is really fantastic. 

03 22 23 iiS P Coming up on 2k in 15 seconds. 

03 22 23 C That looks like- -oh yes, I got it, I got it, 

03 22 23 5^+ P You got it? 

03 22 23 5^ C Yes. 

03 22 2 3 57 P Otoy. 

03 22 23 58 C In my reticle. 

03 22 2k 01 C The reticle is useless coming down against those clouds. 

03 22 2i+ 11 P Okay, I got the coastline . . , airfield. 

03 22 24 13 C Okay, I got the airfield. 

03 22 24 21 P Still no airfield, 

03 22 24 25 C I got the airfield in sight. You ought to have it in 

sight now. 

03 22 24 33 P Yea. Let me know when we are approaching ... 

03 22 24 37 C Okay. 

03 22 24 59 P There's the airfield) Stop! Can you come left or move to. 

the left? 
03 22 25 04 C Yes. 

uuNrfur i lAL 



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03 22 


25 


06 


P 


f-Iove a little bit left, BeautifulJ Oh, don't Jam: 


* 








Oh, you 3on-of -a-gunJ Corne left at^in ... 


03 22 


25 


23 


c 


We're well jast the 90. 


03 22 


25 


2h 


p 


Okay. 


03 22 


25 


30 


p 


Good pictiixes. 


03 22 


26 


30' 


c 


35mm camera is still .jamming at crucial times. 










CAKNAJiVON 


03 22 






cc 


Gemini-5, Carnarvon, we have a valid oral temp on the 










Command Pilot. Request the Pilot to start fuel cell 










purge . 


U j cji 


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At 




Stand by for Surgeon. 




liT 
'+X 


1 A 
±0 


en 


Geiiiini-5, Carnan^on Suryeon standing by for your f j.rst 










blood pressure . 


OJ tic. 






r 


Roger. 


03 22 


1. T 


26 


P 


Conmencing hydrogen purge on ray mark, Mark, 


03 22 




30 


r 


Purge complete. 


03 


»+i 


51 


F 


Starting cell 2 hydrogen purge. 


03 " 


Mi! 




C 


Oh, he's broken another ring on the blood presstire cuff 


03 22 


its 


07 


CC 


Roger. 


03 22 


1+2 


16 


cc 


Let's go ahead with the exercise. 


03 22 


1*2 


21 


p 


Roger. 


03 22 


U2 


27 


p 


Og purge on No, 1 started. 


03 22 


42 


30 


cc 


Roger. 


03 22 


it2 


i*0 


p 


Exercise stop. 



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03 22 43 07 P Glre me a mmtk tt 1 nlnute of purge. 

03 22 U3 ID OC BofiW. 

03 22 ^3 1^ C ' Ixereise congplete. 

03 22 i»3 16 CC Boger, We'd like a food report now for the past 2k houra. 

03 22 it3 2i* P • Roger. 

03 22 43 30 CC We've had ... 

03 22 i»3 33 P Okay. 

03 22 ^3 39 C Cfkmj fbod report. Bow you wnt all day 3' On day 3 on 

GomMBd Pilots I bad 30, 3^ and 3B. 



03 22 


h5 


58 


CC 


Iftideratasd 3C, 3A and 3B. 


03 22 




03 


c 


Siat's ri^^t. On day ^, give you day k here, I had lA. 


03 22 




10 


CC 


Ruger, Water report. 


03 22 


kk 


Ik 


c 


Water x^port. At present I have drunk 20 pounds and 










3 ounces of nater. 


03 22 


kh 


22 


CC 


Roger. Sleep report. 


03 22 


kk 


25 


c 


Sleep report, I Just finished about 7 hours of sleep. 


03 22 


kk 


29 


cc 


Tbt^ierstaad 7 hours. 


03 22 


kh 


29 


CC 


»tark. 


03 22 


kk 


32 


c 


Afflnastive. 


03 22 


kk 


33 


cc 


Mark 2 i&iuutes on Og purge. 


03 22 


kk 


35 


p 


Roger. Signal vhen to conittence. 


03 22 


k3 


15 


p 


Por the tape, ve broke the second O-rlng on the blood 










pressure bal& Qk days 12 hours k^ minTites. 


03 22 


k^ 


19 


c 


Well, for the recorder, ve finally passed the Cfl-k crev*s 



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isark, which is a milestone, and we're still clanking 
along in the old covered wagon. 







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pressure is 1350, 


03 22 


47 


14 


CC 


Roger, 


03 22 


47 


30 


c 


Would you give us Quantity Bead on Fuel Cell Go? 


03 22 


47 


40 


p 


Want the onboard readings too? 


03 22 


47 


43 


cc 


Roger, Fuel Cell O2 and Hg. 


03 22 


47 


46 


p 


Roger, Fuel Cell O2 90^, 120 psi. 


03 22 


47 


55 


c 


Ify-drogen . 


03 22 


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p 


67%, 77. 



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03 22 


k8 


03 


cc 


Roger. 


03 22 


kQ 


31 


cc 


We have nothing else. Standing by. 


03 22 


kS 


35 


p 


G«tLni-5 standing by. 










CANTCa* ISIAKD 


03 23 


02 


55 


cc 


GeBd.ni-5, Ge»iini-5j Houston . Over. 


03 23 


03 


ik 


cc 


Gend.ni-5, Geaini-5> this is Houston. 


03 23 


03 


50 


cc 


(Jeaiiii-5» GeBiini-5» Houston. Over. 


03 23 


03 


55 


c 


Go ahead Houston, Geminl-5, here. 


03 23 


03 


59 


cc 


Genial -5) Houston. Be advised that the weather for 3 










S-o/D-'lS IS tioo Dad ana we wixi nave to scruo your 










We wouj-q i-i.Jt€ to repxace ix. wisb a jj— o. 


03 23 


03 


15 


c 


Boger, will replace tne b-o/u-lj Ki*^n a u-o. 


03 23 


03 


20 


cc 


I nave Eome D-o mrornKition lor you nere, ii«iixni-pj 










for a selected target. Are you ready to copy? 


• 

03 23 


03 


28 


p 


Okay. 


03 23 


03 


33 


c 


He's ready. 


03 23 


03 


35 


p 


Go ahead, Houston. 


03 23 


Oh 


38. 


cc 


Roger, Geniini-5, Houston. Be advised that time will 










be OU;13:25:30, sequence 025, aode 19. Remarks, 










pitch down 30, yaw iieft 8, speed l/lOOO, f-stop is k 










Your weather is 2 -to 3- tenths. Over. 


03 23 


05 


28 


p 


Roger, OU: 13: 25: 30, and 025, 19, Pitch down 30, yaw 



8, 1000 and k. 



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AoKuig other household chores. 


03 


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cc 


Say again. 


03 


23 


06 


09 


c 


As veil as doing other household chores. 


03 


23 


06 


11 


cc 


Roger. 


03 


23 


06 


lU 


c 


here's a live .... at the moBient. 


03 


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cc 


Roger, 












nUAYMAS 


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1 7 


7^ 


cc 


Genini-5, Gaaymas CAP COM, turn your T/M Control 












switch to the REAL TIME & ACQ,-AID position. 


03 


23 


18 


19 


cc 


Gemini-5, Quayaas CAP CCM, tvocn your T/M Control 












svitch to the REAL TIME & ACQ- AID position. 


03 


23 


18 


26 


cc 


Okay, thank you. 


03 


23 


18 


27 


c 


Roger, 


03 


23 


18 


39 


cc 


Hov are you doing up there? 


03 


23 


18 


1*1 


c . 


Fine. 



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CC 


Ckayj you're Looki.ng reai good, here on tlie ground. We'2J. 
stand by If you need ai^hing. 


03 23 


l8 kS 


c 


All right, thank you. 


03 23 


20 h2 


CC 


Geaiini-5t Quaymas. 


03 23 


20 kk 


c 


Go abead^ CSuaymas, GfTnini-5. 


03 23 


20 k6 


CO 


Pujt your T/M Control switch back to the Ccasmand position. 


03-23 


20 h9 


c 


Ocay, 



HOUSTON 

03 23 23 19 CC G«dJii-5» Houston, we have scaoe information for you. I 

Icnow you are preparing for the D-6 and I'll just, read it 
off to you. You had a GO for 77-1 and you will receive 
Boae DCS updates during this pass across the States for 
62-1, BO you'll- see a DCS light coaing on and going off. 

03 23 23 ^3 C Okay, fine. We're GO up here. Do you want the onboard 

readouts? 

03 23 23 kj CC Yes, when you get around to it. I think you are getting 

read^ for that D-6. 
03 23 23 5^ P Gk&^f I'll give them to you right now, lA is 8-1/2, 

IB is 8.0, ic is 9.5, 2A is 7, 2B is 6.9, 2C is 8-1/2 

and the main bus voltage is 26.0. 
03 23 2k 19 CC Roger. 

03 23 2k 28 P ECS A is 70/295, RCS B is 68/290, secondary 02/5*^ on 

the left, 5300 on the right. 



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03 23 2k 1*6 CC Roger. 

03 23 25 11 P Say, you sure this 025 is net under the clouds? 

03 23 25 16 CC Well there was 13, 2- to 3-tenths cloud coverage there. 

03 23 25 ^ P lea, maybe ih a hole. 

03 23 25 2^ CC Yes, ai^ght be. 

03 23 25 33 C It's \inder the clouds; we'll see if we can find scane- 

thixig else going across here. 

QEcay, very good. V.'eil lis ten, I've got some other informa- 
tion for you here and — 
Where else, huh? 

Gordo, this is Houston, I have a message for you. 
Oasay, go ahead. 

Trvs^ seys she would like to send her congratulations 
to you for now having the most time in space. She says 
that Cam and Jan are fine and that they all are very proud 
of yo«r part of the prc^ess that you and Pete are (Baking 
and I'd sort of like to add my congratulations to it also 
and I'm sure that the Fii^t Director would too, 
Ihank you Miity ... 
All right. 

I have sc»e updates for you on some of your forthcoming 
experiments. The times have changed slightly. If 
you're ready to copy, give me a holler here. 



03 23 


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cC 


03 23 


25 


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CC 


03 23 


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CC 


03 23 


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03 23 


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CC 



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CC 


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CC 



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"Hie reflective mirror coiaple'tely blinds you when ycju're 










workine in anv kind of sunlich't. 




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03 23 


28 


13 


c 


Yes, I finally got a good night's sleep. 


03 23 


28 


15 


CC 


Yes, I got that; 7 hours, that's cheating. 


03 23 


28 


17 


p 


Yes, stire is. 


03 23 


28 


19 


c 


I've sort of been saving up. 


03 23 


28 


21 


CC 


Reg. 



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03 23 2B ^ P Qkss', I'm ready for the U5)dates. 

03 23 28 k7 CC All right, lou have an experiment at 1U:^j50, 

nils is a D-U/D-7 and the time now has been changed 
to lUr:56:53 » 3 seconds later. Did you find that one, 
Pete? 

03 23 29 13 P Yea. 

03 23 29 Ik CC CSsM^ff under the remarks for that particular tiling, the 

teat time has been changed from lit:57:31 to ii+:57:33. 
03 23 29 25 P itoger. 

03 23 29 28 CC C^ay, you have another B-k/B-7. Ihis one is at 16:28j03. 

Hie time go that has been changed to l6:28:07. 
03 23 29 ^1 P . ^k>ger. 

03 23 29 U3 CC Cacay, now right after that particular experiment there's 

an S-7 and right after that is a D-6. You're rc^aiiy 
going to be pressed for time in between the D-k and the 
D-6 with that S-7. So try to work it through the left- 
hand pilot's window or something so that you dcai't have 
to dismantle all your etiuipment there. And we realize 
that it's very time critical there. 

03 23 30 09 P Roger. 

BERMUDA 

03 23 30 kl CC 0€JBini-5» Houston here agaiJi. Did you get the O-rings 

fixed in the blood pressure bulb? 



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03 23 30 lt6 C Roger, ve got two neV O-rlngs in. 

03 S3 30 i»9 CC OksYy very good. Have you used any of your blue ba^s 

yet? 

03 23 30 5U C Have we iriiat? 

03 23 30 57 CC What's the blue bag status? 

03 23 30 59 C Biere's still just one. 

03 23 3i 01 ' CC Very good. 

03 23 31 06 C Just great. 

03 23 31 07 CC Rog. 

03 23 38 hk CC Gemizil-5, Houston again. We would like to have you 

give us a GO for your D-4/D-7 at lU:56:53, over 
Carnarvoo, if it is possible. 

03 23 32 55 C Roger IfouEtcm, will do. 

03 23 32 57 CC Okay. 

03 23 33 07 tC Just think, you oniy have 96 hours 23 minutes and 

seconds to retrofire tiee. 
03 23 33 13 P Listen, that was a momentous milestone to shift bio-med 

recorders . 

03 23 33 19 CC Roger, you're halfway there. 
03 23 33 22 C Yes, rog. 

03 23 33 27 CC Hey, is your beard getting itchy yet? 
03 23 33 30 P Yes. 

03 23 33 33 CC Did you take any curlers along to curl it' 



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03 23 33 37 C Ifo, but we should have. 

03 23 33 CC You can alvays braid it and tie yxnir mike up with it. 

03 23 33 h7 C Fine. 

03 23 33 58 C Ail the senaors are itching a lot worse than the beard. 

03 23 3^* 01 CC Roger. 

05 23 3** 07 CC Geodiii-5, Gordo, this is fCC S\irgeon. Do you have ai^ 

sMn reaction around the rest of the skin, since ve did 
this cleansing bit? 

03 23 3^ 21 C Pete's cuffs, the M-1 cuffs are itching him an ewful lot. 

03 23 3^ 26 CC CIsay, we'll talk some later on the next rev about those 

cuffs . 

03 23 3k 35 CC Ccajgrats; you guys are doing great. 
03 23 3** 39 C Yes. 

CAWABY 

03 23 1*0 52 CC Geaini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. Would you switch 

your (^antity Read to the SCS O2 position, please. 
"Hiank you. 

03 23 i*l 00 P Soger. 

03 23 Ifl 02 C How are you this morning? 

03 23 Ul 03 CC Mighty fine, and you? 
03 23 hi Ok C Feel fine. 

03 23 hi 05 CC Good, 

03 23 ^1 17 C )tle got some good pictures going xDver you awhile ago. 



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03 23 hi 20 CC Hey, Mighty fine. 

03 23. hi 2k CC OlEay, could we get Quantity Read to Fuel Cell 0^ please? 
03 23 ^1 32 CC Eoger. 

03 23 kl CC Okay, would you switch Qniantity Read to Fuel Cell H2. 

"Blank you. 

03 23 ^2 Ol^ CC Roger, we have it now, thank you very siuch, so you can 

go h&ck. to OIT- 
03 23 lt2 09 C Okay. 

03 23 1*2 10 CC Eoger, it looks real good here on the ground, 
03 23 U2 12 C Roger, everything is GO here 

03 23 k2 Ik CC Roger, we're standing by. 
03 23 1*3 17 C What? 

03 23 't'3 U2 CC G^ni-5, Flight just advised that during the tracking 

over the states they have reconfirmed your orbit as 
107. U by i6i*^.6 

03 23 ^t3 57 C 107.1* by l6k.6. 

03 23 hk 01 CC . Roger. 

03 23 M»- 03 C Roger, thank you. 

03 23 39 P For the recorder, the time is Ok days 13 hours 
* 56 minutes. Platform alining preparing for D-6 O89 

mode 19. Recorder off. 

03 23 55 3^ C One coa^nt to make when in . . . the outside the window 

daytime reticle used, white lights must be used to do 
any platform work in order to see it. 



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Ol* 00 00 17 P The airfield at — wbat's that airfield ,.,? 

O^t 00 00 22 C ... airfield at Maui, 

0^ 00 00 25 P Maui wafi ccnrered by clouds. We t<x>k one picttire in the 

▼IciJilty of it. 

OH 00 OG t»l P Okay, yoai can go to SEE and think about finding . . . 

Olf 00 00 5* C I've been thinking about that for days. 

OU 00 00 56 P Ye». 

CAJFaJAJ{VON 

OU 00 15 29 P Hello, Caraarvon, G«Kini-5. 

OU 00 15 31 CO Gearijii-5, Carnarvon. 

0l| 00 15 32 P Roger, ve have the cojaputer in CATCH UP to keep the green 

li^t out while we're tracking up here, and I'll leave 
it there, unless you want it in seme other position, 

04 00 15 Mi CC Ho, that's ail ri^t; leave it there. Are you GO 

fear 77-1? 

» 

Oi* 00 15 90 P Roger, and we'll be GO for D-Vl>-7 k2k Alpha, 

OU 00 15 57 CO Roger. 

Ol* 00 16 01 P We'll give you a call when we're tracking. 

Ol* 00 16 05 a: Roger. We're GO on the ground for 77-1, I'll update 

yoar Tg, 
Oifr 00 16 09 P Thank you, 

04 00 16 lf9 CC Gemini, Carnarvon. Be advised that k2h Alpha is GO on 

the ground. 

OU 00 l£ 5^ P Rc^er. I haven't got your 1^ yet. 



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Are we just about overhead you now? 


Olf 00 l8 1*6 


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In about 30 seconds. 


0I^ 00 I8 50 


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Roger. Good look at Perth. 


Oi^ 00 l8 5^ 


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Roger. 


Oi* 00 18 55 


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And ve'll give you a call just the 



starts. 
0i+ 00 19 02 CC Ro^r. 

Ol^ 00 20 23 CC That tiiae I gave you was the Mark time ... approach, 

you're aooth of us. 
Oi* 00 20 31 P Roger. 

OU 00 23 06 P Carnarvon, we're going to skip this it 10 Charlie if 

we can't find the proper star, 
00 23 12 CC Roger. 

HAWAII 

Oi* 00 U3 22 CC G«Bini-5, Hfewaii CAP CCH. 
04 00 43 25 C Go ahead, Hawaii, GeBiini-5. 



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OU 00 ^3 27 GC Roger, we've got you Green. We'd like you to do a UHF 

type 6 orer the States. We'd aleo like a kZk Alpha GO 
from you. 

Oil 00 U3 36 C Roger. You have a k2k Alpha GO. Understand a UHF Type 6 

over the States. 
OU 00 U3 U2 CC That's roger. 
OU 00 1»3 1+3 C Roger. 

Ott 00 M» 06 CC k2k Alpha is on schedule and counting. 

OI4 00 Uit 10 C Roger. Very good. We're on schedule too. 

04 00 U4 20 CC Roger. 

OU 00 U4 21 C AM counting. 

OU 00 Wt 36 CC T minus lU and counting. 

Ok 00 1*5 39 C Roger. 

04 00 1+5 58 CC Roger, We have a built-in hold of 3 minutes. 
Olt 00 1*6 03 C Roger. 

Ok 00 51 2h CC Gemini-5, Gemini-5, Houston. 
Qli 00 51 28 C Roger, Ifouetcai, Gemini -5- 

OU 00 51 30 CC Roger, the weather for your I>-h/"D~7 is clear and 

visability is very good. 
04 00 51 37 C Very good. We're on the line, right on . . . 

OU 00 51 U CC OJtay. 

Ok 00 53 l8 C We just finished off our sausage and eggs that Pete 

cooked this morning, and he's making the coffee, now. 
04 00 53 25 CC Very good. Were those scrarahled or over? 



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Roger. Our plot board agrees with you. 


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Very good. Okay, we have 'rfhite Sands in sight from 



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04 00 55 20 CC Okay, very good. I was just going to ask you to give 

me a call when you had it. 
Ok 00 55 P Yes. 

Oil 00 55 C Where is it? 

ok 00 55 2? P Yes, dead ahead 12 o'clock. 

O^t 00 55 28 P ... is off ny side. But it'll slip over to you. I 

wouldn't do anything. I wouldn't do any pulling. Oh, 
wait a minute- You're supposed to be yawed. 

01+ 00 55 36 C 10 degrees left. 

Ok 00 55 39 P No, not that tcuch is it? 

Oii 00 55 UO C Yes. 

Ok 00 55 kl P Yes, you're right. See it coming up? You got it in 

sight? You see where the clouds are? 
Ok 00 55 51 C Yea. 
04 00 55 52 P Left of the clouds. 

04 00 55 53 C Oh, yes, yes, I'm yawed off a little too ntuch. 

Ok 00 55 55 CC We're still going right along with the test on the 

ground . 

OU 00 55 56 P Well now — 

OU 00 55 57 C 

Ok 00 55 59 C Very good. 

04 00 56 01 C I guess we are in pretty good shape. I'm rolled just a 

tad; that's one thing. 



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Okay, very good, very good. 


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OU 00 


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We're tracking right on it. 


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Very good.' 










HOUSTC'N 


oh 00 


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2k 


cc 


Have any conanents on that particular one? 


OU 00 


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28 


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Roger. We could see it visually very good. We were 










right on the Boney, I think, tracking there. 


ok 00 


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Okay. How about the water breaking? 


OU 00 


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I ccttid see s<ffliething. I don't kncfw if it was water 



or smoke. It probeibly was the water. 

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00 58 1*3 CC Okay, fine. Are you ready for your short briefing on 

your D-6? 

OU 00 58 J4B C Hoger, go ahead. 

Oi+ 00 58 50 CC Okay. Use weather in the area is 0.2 to 0.3 cloud 

coverage, and it's getting better, and it's conroletely 
clear right over the carrier, 

oil 00 59 (X) C Roger. Very good. 

Ol^ 00 59 02 CC The carrier will be going in a very large circle with 

the DD tStaat 15OO yards behind, right in the wake, trying 

to make the wake so you can see it. 
OU 00 59 4l C I hope we can find them this time; we've been looking 

for them enough times. 
Oi; 00 59 1*6 CC I figured an old Navy guy like you could find the 

carrier. 

OU 00 59 U9 P I had the sake ytsterday, but we lost is so that we 

couldn't track. 
00 59 53 CC Roger. 
Olt 00 59 55 C The weather hasn't been too good out over the water 

there . 

04 00 59 58 CC I gathered that from your ccaraBent yesterday. Today it 

looks like it should be pretty good there. 
0I4 01 00 03 t Okay, I hope so. 

04 01 00 05 P A lot depends on the sun ai^le. 



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ok 01 


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cc 


Okay. 




ok 01 


00 


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Say, could you get a reading for me for hew many pictures 










they have on this 3401 film. 




ok 01 


00 19 


cc 


Oa. the 3^+01? 




ok 01 


00 


22 


p 


That's right. I've made quite a few pictures 


now, 










and I'm afraid I might run out. 




ok 01 


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Okay. 




04 Ok 


00 


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Passed north Tjake Charles. 




ok 01 


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And Hew Orleans. We have tht Cape in sight. 




0i^ 01 


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Very good. You've got 70 frsjnes on the 3401. 




OU 01 


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Okay. 




04 01 


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p 


I got plenty left . 




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Okay, 




Ok 01 


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Gemini-5, Houston, Do you have your priiaary scanners 










on now? 




04 01 


02 


25 


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Negative. We're on SECOMMKY. 




04 01 


02 


31 


cc 


Could you switch over to PRIMAHY for a couple 


of 










minutes here. We'd like to get some data off 


of them. 


04 01 


02 


35 


c 


Going to PRIMAIiY. That's a good idea. 




04 01 


02 


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Say again, please. 




04 01 


02 


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I say, that's a good ideoj we've bean wanting 


someone 










to check that one. 




04 01 


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Okay. 




04 01 


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Well, we may have a "^ew cloud problems. 





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oh 01 03 GC Okay. 

04 01 03 36 P We'll give her a good gc, though, here. 

Oh 01 03 39 CC Say again. 

Ol 01 03 UO P I say, we'll give it a go. 

Oi+ 01 03 h2 CC Okay- 

01 OU 52 P Dead ahead twelve o'clock. I cpjn see it tumine, 

bigger than heck. 
Oh 01 OU 57 P Vie got it in sight at this tiM. 

Oh 01 Oh 59 CC Roger, I knew an old carrier pilot could find the 

carrier. 

Ok 01 05 50 C Very good. 

04 01 05 51 P Okay, we saw him that time. 

Oh 01 05 53 CC Okay. According to fiF^rts, you aiust have been Just 

about over h'"-- when you s.tw him. Is thst risiit? 
Oh 01 06 01 P Let's see. I'd say we were about 50 ^degree pitch. 

OU 01 06 05 C We got him a fair way out. 

04 01 06 07 CC Well, very good. Okay. You got Eome pictures of him 

that time then. 
04 01 06 11 P Six of them. 

04 01 06 12 CC Very good. 

04 01 06 15 C Tliis 35m camera is still janmilng, incidentally. 

Pete's had about four jaiRS now over the last ccjuple 
of days on i t . . . 

04 01 06 27 CC Okay. Have you been eble to clear the jam each time 

without any trouble? 

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Genrini-5, Houston. Could you read what was on the 










carrier? 


OU 01 


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51 


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I could see the carrier, but not that well. It took 










up about maybe a tenth of the picture frame ... 


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04 01 


09 


02" 


CC 


I Just wondered if we still had voice contact with you. 










Did you ever get up to SEP or any level attitude? 


0*t 01 


09 


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C 


les, we're coming there slowly right now. We're 










jUBt steying at HH£S so we don't use too much fuel. 


ou 01 


09 


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CC ■ 


Rog. 


ou 01 


09 


15 


CC 


Okajr. If ve don't get this in over this pass, when you're 



over caie of the stations that has T/M, it might be a 

i 



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good idea to aort of fork off in a zero- zero 
attiti»i«, adjT^t so the horlzos scazmers are locked 
on so that ve can get about a nlnute's worth of data. 



<A 01 


09 


31 


c 


Ctoyr. Msybe — 


Ok 01 


09 


35 


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You should have gotten soaie data as we crossed the coast 


• 








of Florida, because we were 8%11I 000 thea. 


oh 01 


09 


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cc 


Okay. Very gO:d. 


01 


09 


51 


c 


Qk^. We're approaching 000 now. 


OU 01 


09 


55 


cc 


Okay. Very ^30d. 


OU 01 


19 


13 • 


p 


I'd like to report the transiaitter time right now. 










D-l*/D-7, 35 seconds. 


OU 01 


19 


k9 


c 


That's the end of the first m^sar&aeaat. Give me a 



ffiark when coaakencing the seccaid aieasur^ent. 

CABHAHVON 
Gemini-5, Carnarvon CAP CC*4, 
Rog. Carnarvon, Geinlni-5. 

Boger, Be advised you have a oedical pass on the 
Pilot at Ifewaii. Your acquisition time is l6 hours 
15 Bdnutea. 



OU 01 


50 


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Roger, l6:15. 




Ch 01 


50 


27 


CC 


Roger, and are you GO 


for seque&ce U23 Baker? 


ok 01 


50 


33 


C 


Roger, ve are. 




ok 01 


51 


32 


CC 


G«Bini'-5» Carnarvon, 


lliings are GO on the ground; 










we're standing by. 





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01 51 36 ,C Gioay* Very good. You sight pass the vord on b«LCk a.t 

MissioEi Coetrol Center ttiat I lin«d everything up 
carefully, very carefully, and I got the primary 
scanner cm aaS. — pitched los dowB to about 30 to 3^ 
degrees. We're in — 

MWAII 

Oif 02 15 ^ CC GemIni-5, Hawaii CAP C(M. We copy ycmr oral temp. 

You can start your blcKid pressure. 
Oii 02 15 53 C Okay. 

OU 02 16 03 CC G«iiini-5, this is Hawaii Surgecm. Your cuff is 

full scale. 

<A 02 16 k'J CC We have a good blood pressure. Give me a mark when you 

begin your exercise. 

02 16 50 C Eoger. 
Ok 02 16 51 C Mark. 

OH 02 17 36 CC GCTinl-5, Hawaii Surgeon. Full scale here. 

Olf 02 18 13 CC Now ve have a good blood pressure. Standing by for 

yoxir water and sleep report, 
Oi» 02 18 25 ? Roger, The Pilot's drank 20 pounds 12 ounces, I^t 

Bieal T«as IB at Oit: 10:00:00, and I logged about 6 hours 

of sleep last night. 
OU 18 48 CC You had 6 hours sleep last night? 
OU 02 18 51 P Yes, in pieces. 



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high cirrus clouds, Bjay aove into the area. 


Ok 02 


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Okay. 


OU 02 


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cc 


Would you place your CAMS Heater Switch to OFF. 


OU 02 


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Roger. Q^Je Heater Switch to OFF* 


Ok 02 


20 


09 


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We're still counting on time. 


6k 02 


20 


12 


cc 


Okay? 










CALIFOKNIA 


Ok 02 


25 


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Gemini-5, Gemini-5, Houston. Over, 


Ok 02 


25 


19 


c 


Go ahead, Houston, Gaaini-5. 


Ok 02 


25 


22 


cc 


Roger, we're still going along fine on U23 Bravo. 



"Qiere's a low deck of scattered clouds at about 
500 feet. It extends down to the south and west and 
is probably the stuff blown in off the water. There's " 
a hi^ d«:k of cirrus,' broken cirrus, at about 35>000 feet 
but both of these decks axe clearing off, thoTigh, so 
there's at least & 50^t chance of it being clear. . 



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OU 02 25 1*9 C Roger. We're in position, ready to go. 

Oh 02 25 53 CC Okay. 

Olt 02 26 24 CC We're still on schedule, Geiaini-5. 

Oil 02^26 27 C Roger. 

OU 02 26 Ml P I can see an airplane to the south of us down there 

contrailing just bigger than heck. 

OU 02 26 li9 CC Roger. 

OU 02 27 10 "CC One minute. 

Oil 02 27 12 C Roger. 

Ok 02 27 55 C The weather's going to be good, all right? 

01+ 02 27 53 CC l&iderstand the weather's going to be good. 

Oil 02 28 00 C ■ Right, breaking up very nicely. 

OU 02 26 03 CC Oiay, we've got about 1| seconds. 

04 02 28 05 C Roger. 

Ok 02 28 11 CC Ignition. 

04 02 26 17 CC It's on its way. 

04 02 26 19 P We have it. Flight. 

04 02 28 21 CC Very good. 

04 20 28 51 CC He's tracking right on our course. 

04 02 29 19 CC Second stage. 

04 02 29 22 P Say again. 

04 02 29 23 CC Second stage. 

04 02 29 40 C You can't do this in Pulse Mode. 

04 02 29 43 CC You can't do it in Pulse - is that right? 



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<A 02 29 U5 C ' That's rigjit. 
<A 02 29 1*6 CC Otoy. 

02 31 16 CC Hare you ctM^leted ycfur tracking yet? 
02 31 18 P So. We never did, Gordo never did get on hii». We 

never oaogbt ttp witb hia once we saw him. 
Oi* 02 31 23 CC Okay. 

0>f 02 31 25 CC You now have flofwn for 98 hours and 3I minutes and 30 

seconds. Aa± let Me be the first to congratulate you on 
Betting a new AiBerlcan record for manned spacecraft. 

0l» 02 31 38 C Blank you. 

OU 02 31 39 P Thank yo^. 

OU 02 31 CC Listen, I've got some other things for you, too, here. 

We'd like to know how you're keeping track of your water. 

Are you assuming th&t one gulp is 1 ounce? 
0i^ 02 31 52 C That's rigjit. We calibrate our gulps. Our gulps are 

approxtnately 25 cc's or approximately 1 ounce, 
Olf 02 31 59 CC Okay, fine. And tJien you're assuming that the amount of 

water that you put in with the food is what's called for 

oaa the bag. Is that correct? 
OU 02 ^ 05 C • mat's right. 

04 02 32 06 CC Okaj, we need this pretty accurately becsaise we're using 

it to check on tiie fuel cell output, 
04 02 32 13 C (SEay. 



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01* 02 32 iH CC Are these golps any larger than the ones you're using 

m "ttie erawi, Gordo? 
OU 02 32 21 P I think we're probably been undereatiiaating slightly. 

Oit^ 02 32 26 CC You thlak you're drlrOciiig a little aore than you're 

estlaatin^, is that ri^ht? 
(A 32 29 P Sort of think so. 

OU 02 ^ 31 C I kind of think so. I think the gulps may be a little 

larger than the aaaunt on the ground. 
Ok 02 32 3^ CC Okay, because of the hi^er pressure? 
OU 02 32 36" C RL^t. 
Ol* 02 32 36 P Affirm. 

Olf 02 32 38 CC Okay, we suspected that might be it; we just wanted to 

make sure. 

OU 02 32 1»8 CC ■ When you do this S-7, we'd like to know in which direction 

you did it, and whereabouts the particular clouds were 
with respect to Florida so that we can get the airplanes 
to take pictxwes of the Baaae clouds. 

OH 02 33 02 P Okay w*ll do it going in the orbital plane — I think 

is the beet — and we'll pitch down 90- 

OU 02 33 12 CC Okay. Just after ycfu've taken the pictures let us know 

where it was and we'll dispatch the aircraft to that 
particular spot. 

OU 02 33 19 C Okay. 

(A 02 33 21 CC I'd also like to remind you that we want to purge both 

fuel cells before you power down. And when you do power 

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down we'd like to have you turn your Horizcm Scannera 
OFF also. We'd like to get it in & pretty low power 
cdnfigaratlon . 
ce 33 32 C Okay, 

Olt 02 33 Itfi CC "Ehe wea^uer for yottr next D-6 still looks very good. 

OU 02 33 5lt C Okay, 

Ol* 02 3^ Qlf CC I mi^t add here that we've had some pretty good 

ea^ianations ot why your IVI'b were driving in the 
windows yesterday, so I wouldn't worry about that any 
longer, I can give yoa an explanation if ycfu're 
inter«t«d, 

OU 02 3lt 17 C catay. We can get it from you later. 

0^^ 02 3^ l8 CC OlMy. 

04 02 3H 31 P How we're passing right over the top of you, right now. 

OU 02 3*1 3^^ ec . Just a seeond. 1*11 run ^t. 

OU 02 34 38 CC You kiK»r ve ought to put a glass ceiling in here so we 

can loaSs. iq? and see you. 
04 02 34 U2 P Yes, 

<^ 02 34 49 CC How's the weather down here today? 
04 02 34 52 C I saw gone thunder storas back there. 

04 C» 3H 55 CC Roger. 

04 02 34 58 C A big one down there by Lake Charles. 

04 02 37 19 P Okay, Him. The only thunderstorms in Florida are right 



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at the very tip emd we* re just about to pass over thesa 
now. "Hiey're all the waj' dovn by Key V^est. 
0*ay, very good. 
GeBd.ni-5, Houston. 
Go ahead. 

I was talXing to Jane this iBorniJig, Pete, and she said 
to tell you everything's going along fine. She's having 
a :aice tiffie on the ground and hopes you're having a nice 
time in ttoe air. 
(Si. Siank you very much. 

Gemini-5» Houston. We have another 3 or 4 minutes. 
We'll jxist stand by in case you've got anything. 
Okay. We got the thunderstonn pictures and we're just 
taking some more photographs of Cuba, 
Okay. 

Just sctaaic shots. 

G«ftini-5» Houston, How, what's the thunderstorm situation 
across the southern United States? 

Well, there was some. I didn't see them in the western 
part because we were recovering from having turned around 
BEF following the California tracking, tut jxist as we 
came over Galveston there I saw one just north of Houston, 
and then one about Lake Charles and then it gets better. 
And there were none at Florida until you got all the way 
down to Key West. 



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GU 02 39 CC Roger. 

6fc- OS 39 56 CC How are they out over the ocean there? Are there 

any at all out there? 
Ofc 02 39 59 P Ob yea, there's quite a few out here today, 

Ol* 02 M) 02 CC Okay. 

0** 02 i»0 33 CC GeBini-5, this is Houston Surgeon- Pete, can you tell 

aie soflietbiBg about tMs interference with sleep that you 
were reporting last night? Is this Just due to the fact 
that Gordo has activities that require him to move around 
in the spacecraft? Is it just the awveroent of the other 

guy? 

Oli 02 UO 52 P That HF check where you're transHiitting every 5 minutes 

for an hour and a half doesn't help the other guy when 
he's sleeping. 

Ok 02 UQ ^& CC Okay. You're hearing everything he says, even? Are you 

wearing the headset? 
OU 02 1|1 00 P Actually, there have been several things scheduled where 

both guys had to participate during one or the other's 

Bleep period. 

OU 02 10 CC Okay, so it's stiil scheduling as well as the — 
OU 02 Ul 13 C ... I can't purgethe fuel cells from my side, so I 

have to wake Pete up to puige the fuel cells because 
I can't reach the switches from here and I can't 
bring up the platfom here without cr&wling all over 



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him with tJie svizsle stick and then lighting the light over 
on hia Bide. TMngs like that jvLst cause a lot of 
interference. 

0*1 02 Hi 32 CC (Stay, fiM, Gordo. We'll try and do sooe talking down 

here with Jerry and see if we can't wiggle this flight 
plan arotmd aome. 

Ok 02 k2 27 CC G«Biai-5, Houston. 

01* 02 U2 89 C Go ahead Bouaton, Gemi i-5. 

OU 02 32 CC V&at do you think about the HF check froa the ground to the 

ipacecraft? Do you think that'll bother you? I dcai*t 
iaagine it would, would it? 

O^t 02 U2 38 C Ho, that wouldn't bother. 

Ok 02 k2 kO CC Okay. 

OU (te it2 U5 CC I'll try to go over aone of these things with the Flight 

Planner before I leave today, Gordo. 
Ok 02 H2 ^9 C Okay. I ttiink they're Just kind of loading down some 

of those ni^t periods with things that are really 

preventing sleep pretty auch. 
Ol» 02 U2 58 CC Okay. I think I know what you aean by the swizsle stick 

and getting the ICSS power on and those kind of things. 
Oi* 02 1*3 OU C Bog. 

Ok 02 k3 OS P Yes. That old platform business last night kept us 

both going for awhile. 



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OU U3 10 CC What did you have the platfom up for last night? 

OU 02 1*3 13 P We nerer did get it up» - We decidwL against it. But 

talking to Houaton about it last night with what they 
wanted to do, we had podr caaasmications and me 
tbiiig and another . That sade up an hour or so . 

CH 02 U3 25 CC Ob, rog, I know what you're talking about. Okay. We'll 

get that straightened out, Pete. Yes, we're working taa 
that nov, Fete. 

OU 02 1*3 35 P Okay. 

CAENAEVON 
,G€«ini-5, Carnarvon CAP COM. 
G€jaini-5, Carnarvon CAP CCM. 

Rt^er, Carnarvon. Gemini-5 reading you loud and 
clear." Over. 

Eoger. I have a Flight Plan update when you're ready to 
copy. 

Boger. Wait one. 
Okay, ready to copy. 

Title HF; l8tOO:00, sequence number 04. Remarks, begin 
test at I9t25:00. This is HF Test starting right after 
Hawaii's LOB. Next itea is S-7, Sierra 7, 19:^:02. 
Sequence nuniber 03. Pitch down 90. Next item is S-7, 
21s09j5O, sequence nu^er 03. Pitch down 90. Storm 
Ooreen. Did you copy? 



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Ok 03 26 kh Q Roger, re got those tkre«. 

01^ 03 36 l»6 CC Okay, that's all the Flij^t Plan update. The PLA medical 

pa»s on the ConBiand Pilot over Hasraii, their ACS time 
ia 17:51. 

(A 03 27 00 C Okay. 

(A 03 27 01 CC Okay, and next we've got a PLA. u|>date when you're ready 

to c<^. 

03 27 09 C Just a second. 

Oh 03 27 25 P Realty to ootpy, 

Ol* 03 27 27 CC Roger. Area 20;i^5;l8, 12 plus 10, I8 plus 06, 

Area 66-3, 22:0et46, ik pltis 21, 19 plus 31, 
Area 67-3, 23:38:00, 13 plus 09, I8 plus Ul, 

68-3, This is the 5th day. 0l:12tMt, 12 plus 16, 
18 plus OQ. Area 69 Delta, 02:05:50 , 20 plus lU, 25 plus 03 . 
Area 70 Delta, 03"39"^3, 19 plus 3I, 2k plus I3. Weather 
is good in all areas except 66-3 and 67-3. Weather is mar- 
ginal. Do you copy? 
Got then all. 
Vsy good. 

Everything looks good here, standing by. 
Our status is Gre«i up here. 
Boger. 

We have your Quantity Read and H^S Og. We have a go d 
readout on grofund. 



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G«Btini-5» Hawaii CAP CC*f, ¥e coi^ your oral tengp. 










Yoe c«a start your blood ^escure. 


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Gettini-5* this is Hawaii Surgeon, and your cuff is 










full scale. 


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We Jiave good bLood pressare. GiTe me a mark on your 










exercise. 


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GeBiai-5, Hawaii Surgeon. Cuff is full scale. 


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We have good blood preesure. Standing by for your water 










and sle^ report. 


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Standing by for water. 


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Ho Bleep since last night when I report on that. Vfater 










report; I have got 21 pounds and 13 ounces of water, plus 










I was just eating — in the process of eating now, which 










I have adAed to that. 


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Roger. unajeTSxana. 21 poundB ij ounces, no sxeep since 










last ni^t and eatusg IB . 


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Ilhanlc you. Hawaii Surgeon out. 


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Geaiiii-5, Eftiraii CAP COW. On this HF Test we're going 










to Utop it for about 10 atinutes over the State* and we'll 










re»Bae the test at l8rLlt:00. 


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a readout 01 your uatKj propeixant quan*»n'yy preoBuxc aim 










tcBt^erature^ please. 


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Roger. CAMS ia-<^ll8nt quantity is 20 percent. 










TeBperature is 75 degrees, and pressure is one hundred and 










1350. 


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Roger. I copy that. Ihank you, I will be standing by if 



you need anything else. 

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Can you give us a film and voice tape report on what 










you taken and what you have left? 


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of it. We're on oni fifth voice cartridge now of tape. 
OU 08 35 CC Ycu say you have 10 ].eft? 
Olf Oil 08 37 C We have 18 left. 

OU Ok 08 39 CC 18 left. Roger. 
Ok Ok 08 k\ P You've taken 2-F. 

Ok O^v 08 1*5 C We've used two full TOnra film magazines plus about one- 

third of another one. 

Oi+ OU 08 56 P On the D-6 pictures on the 3401, we've probably taken 

50 or 60 pictures now. I'd have to add it up. But 
that's the only one that we'd be low on. The 8kh2 
we've got plenty left. Probably 55 pictures left, and on 
the 3^01 I think we probably have 50 pictures left. 

O't 01+ 09 22 CC Okay. And you've taken two full 7GSan film packs plus 

one-third of another one. 

Oil Oi+ 09 30 P That's correct. We con^ieted S-1. We're still on our 

first 16mm camera package. VJe've got three of those 
Left. 

Oit Oli 09 i+2 CC Okay. You've got three l6inm packs left. 
Oil Olt 09 i+9 C We've got a question for you. 

Ok Ok 09 50 CC Okay. 

OU Oil 09 51 C V/e're in the mLddie of this HF Test now and the write-up 

of the HF Test cails to be stabilized in Horizon Scan, 
Oi* Ok 10 01 CC » Roger. 



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ok OU 10 02 C Is it desirous to use our last horizon scanner for an 

HF pass like this? 

No, you can go ahead and just hold your attitude using the 
Pulfie Mode, Gordo, and just make sure that you stay near 
the zero roll and zero pitch attitude. 
Okay. 

Gejainl-5, we'd a, so like to have you keep your povfer level 
down so that we don't use up too ouch of the reactants, 
Roger. We're completely pov/ered down now. 
Okay, very good. 
We ' re ready for the imp upd»rte . 

Okay. Ready for the map update, here it comes. Time 
for both the map and star update, is 06:17t36:22, The 
map update is 13lf.O degrees East for Fev 63. The star 
update is 0:l6:!;l. 
0-'+ OU 11 26 P Roger on the star update. 

Ok Ok 11 28 CC Okay. Dr. Berry would like to talk to you here for a 

couple of minutes. 

Ok Ok 11 32 CC Gordo and Pete, you've had 100 hours 11 minutes and 

35 seconds now, and we'd Just like to tell you that all 
the data that we're seeing down here, it looks really 
excellent. All the rates and the pressures are still 
well within norma i ranges, no abnormal changes at all. 



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We think you're doing beautifXilly as far as water intake 
is concerned. We're delighted with this. The food seems 
tp be going okay, too, and we do feci that you stili need 
to keep pushing on that sleep, and I guess you feel the same 
way, and we're going to try and help with that. Are you 
still comfortable as far as the spacecraft is concerned 
or are you having any more times when you feel cool? 

Oil OU 12 1 3 C Every tit« we are powered down at night it gets pretty 

cool in here, but we'll overcome that some way. 

Ol* OU 12 20 CC Very good. Listen, Pete, we have checked on this cuff 

business and we feel that you just run out of gas. So' 
what we'd like for you to do is to turn that switch off 
and then, if you desire, at your option, depending on 
how much bother you're having with the cuffs, you may 
tj-y and femove those cuffs, if you think you can do it. 
It's up to you. 

ok Ok 12 51 P Okay. I'm going to try and take th^ off because when 

the heat load is up you sweat around the legs and that 
makes thea itch right there, very badly, and as long as 
it's hot running, it's not doing me any good. 

03 Oit 13 OU CC That's right, Pete, and I think you ought to--if you are 

going to — you can cut — feel free to cut through the cuffs 
if you want. Just be careful when you're using the 
scissors there. 



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04 0^ 13 16 P C9tay. Well, I've been out of the harness once already 

and back in a^in^ so I can get them off all right. 
I'm not worried about that. 
Ok 13 23 CC Okay, fine. Well, let's try that. I think you ought to 

get them off. It will be a lot' more comfortable. It's 
still going to give good data, Pete, because we feel that 
with the— it's still going to give U8 some cc»iq)ari8<»i with 
the four days that we've had. 

OU (A 13 36 P Okay, sorry it has run out of air. We heard it running 

two or three times back during test time and told them 
about it. Robody seemed to pay much attention to it, 
80 I guess it's been leaking now. 
OU L3 U? CC Oh boy. Me need a new gas supply. You might breathe on 

It awhile. 

OU OU 13 58 C Are you still there. Chuck? 

Olt OU lU 00 CC Yes sir. 

OU OU iti 02 C One of the problems on this sleep cycle here that — scsne 

of our sleerp cycles have been falling during the normal 
East Coast daytime cycle. 

OU Oi* lU lU CC Rog. Okay. 

Ot 01* ll» 16 C - ... sleepy then. We were a little bit--you know, you just 

don't go to sleep very easily then. Whereas during €he 
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OU lU 27 cc Okay. Are you doing better with these nap tiaes now, 

Gordo, as the days go onT Is it easier to go to sleep 
during the nap periods or not? 
OU Ot* lU 36 C £Si, I don't think we've ever had trouble with the nap 

period. We power down for those periods of 30 or ^ 
Kinutes several tijses during the day and get little naps, 
but for the long sleep periods we really had trouble 
getting any i^igth — you know, lengthy sleep. 
OU ll* 50 CC Okay. We'll check these times out pretty carefully with 

Jerry. Both Jim and I want to do that after the shift 
today and we'll try and get somethiiig worked out on this 
flight plan and on the sleep times with hia. 
04 15 OU C * Yes, well that was the big thing. On the longer sleep 

period there are just too Bany interferences where you 
just couldn't settle down and sleep. 
I think we've got that squared away now, Gordo. 
Okay. Real fine. 

We still look good up here. No probleaa. 
Very good. We're going to keep it that way for the rest 
of the tiifte now. 

We feel lots better since we got our suits off, but . . . 
Which suit? 

You want to cheek Dsy pulse rate? 
Ciordo , tell Pete about ... 



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Oi» Oit 15 53 C Tea. 

HAWAII 

OU 05 27 16 CC Ga^ni-^f Hawaii CAP COt. 
Oh 05 27 18 C Go ahead, Hawaii, GcBlni-5. 

OU 05 27 20 CC Roger. All aysteiBS look good. We'd like a list of 

experiaientB that you have ccaq>leted today. We'd like 
you to relay them to Guaymas. 

Oh 05 27 30 C Okay. 

01+ 05 27 31 CC And if you don't get all of them to Guaymas, you can 

relay the* to the CSQ on the next rev. 
OU 05 27 37 C Okay, fine. 

OU 05 27 5U C Hawaii, Geoiini-5 here. 

Oh 05 27 57 CC Go ahead. 

04 05 27 58 C Roger, We consi)leted all the experiments that were 

assigned for today except one portion of klO Charlie, 
D-5/D-7, *+lO Charlie. 

OU 05 28 11 CC Roger. 

OU 05 28 12 C ... were deleted by the time we got there for one reason 

of another. Due to weather. 
♦ 

Oh 05 28 18 CC Okay. 

Oh 05 28 19 C All thdt were assigned, we coi^leted. 

OU 05 28 21 CC Okay. 



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that we did--but let me doublecheck it. 


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We didn't get it first time but we got it today. 


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copy. 


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Roger. Weather . Bureau estiaates tropical store Doreen 










200, that c 200, nautical miles left ox course aEF. 










Closest approach ti«e 21:09:19. They would like to know 










the time aiwl distance to the eye of the storm when you 










estimate that you are at closest approach. Over. 


OU 06 




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CStay. The time . . . estimated distance to the eye of the 










storm. Is that affirmative? 


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Roger. Hiey'd like the time and the esti^ted distance. 



Over. 



CONFiDENTiAL 



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CSQ. 


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Was there anything else, CbQ? 


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CSQ hae nothing further. We're standing by. 


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Catay, fine. Thank you. 


OU 06 


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Gemini-? » CSQ. 


OU 06 


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Go ahead , CbQ. 


OU 06 


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Roger. You can open your DAMS Heater circuit breaker 








now. 


Oil 06 


46 10 


c 


Okay. Open QAMS Heater circuit breaker. 


Ol+ 06 


46 13 


cc 


Be advised that you are snowing up visuaiiy, orignx ana 








clear again today. 


OU 06 


46 i8 


c 


Roger. Very good. 


OU 06 


^46 28 


c 


Roger. OAIE Heater circuit oreaser is open aireaay. 


Oil 06 


46 33 


cc 


CSQ, Ec^er. 


oU 06 


47 00 


c 


. . . over you on that pass . 


ok 06 


47 04 


cc 


Say again, please. 


04 06 


47 06 


c 


Did we coffifi directly over you on that pass? 


04 06 


47 08 


cc 


60 degrees elevation angle. 


04 06 


47 11 


c 


Roger , 



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HAWAII 

OU 07 01 01 CC G«aini-5, Hawaii CAP CCM. 
Ol* 07 01 OU C Go ahead, SwrtLii, Gemini-5. 

OU 07 01 06 CC Roger. All eystsBw are GO, 
OH 07 01 09 C Roger. ItNs good up here. 

Oi* 07 02 09 CC I've got a map and star update for you when you're ready 

to copy. 

OU 07 02 ll^ C Okay. Go ahead. 

OU 07 02 16 CC Time is 22:01^:19. 
OU 07 02 21 C Okay. 

Oh 07 02 23 CC Uodcr remarks, 65.5 degrees East Icaigitude, Revolution 66. 
01* 07 02 32 C Okay. 

Ok 07 02 33 CC The stars are the same time under remarks O0:OU:23. 
0l» 07 02 li3 C Roger. I've got that. 

OU 07 02 ii7 C Thank you very much. 

Oi* 07 02 1+9 CC Roger, 

EOSE KlfOT VICTOR 
04 07 23 11 CC Gemini-5, RKV CAP C(M. 
Ok 07 23 lU C RKV, G«aini-5. 

Ok 07 23 17 CC Roger. We'd like to get your estimate of the time of 

closest approach and the distance to the eye of the storm 
Doreen. 



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OU 07 


'-J 


25 


c 


Roger. I £8^10131^ 'the eye of the stom was 250 nautical 










isiXes "to left of our course. At the time of closest 










approach it was 21:09s30- 






kO 










k? 


f 

w 


ruse i'ri MfP "tVifli" T ffnt lirt+H S— 7 T>liotr>ffT*?t'nhs scr\& 










W***^^"!^^!" Burwiii T^iotoflranHfi of it - Over - 












OU 07 


2k 


ok 


cc 


GeiBinl-5? we'd like for you to cycle through your Quantity 

* 










Read Switch. You don't need to *tive us the BOacecraft 










readout . i 


OU 07 




11 


c 


Okay. 


rill n7 




9R 


rr 




/\L AT 

CW U f 




27 








oil 


ho 






nil CYT 




1 0 


pp 




nil 07 








Thanlc vmi ^ 






1 7 

J- 1 


f* 




Ok 07 


25 


21 


CC 


Ail systeM look real good here on the ground. We have 










nothing else for you this pass. We'll be standing by. 


oU 07 


25 


27 


c 


Okay, fine. How's your weather doing? 


ok 07 


25 


29 


cc 


It looks real good down here. The seas axe real calm and 










clear. 


ok 07 


25 


33 


c 


Good. 



Page 



COASmL SHNTKy QUEBEC 



Ok 08 


18 


Ok 


cc 


Gefflini-5. CSO CAP CCM 


oh 08 


18 


08 


p 


This is G«ttiiii-5. Go ahead, CSQ. 


Ok 08 


18 


11 


cc 


Roger. We have you GO on the ground, and we'd like to 










remind you that you have a Cabin Lighting Survey at 










Hawaii at heads-up attitude. 


Oi« 08 


l8 


21 


p 


TtiB is Gemini-^, roger. We're GO up here. 


Qi* 08 


18 


26 


cc 


CSQ has nothing further. We're standing by. 


Oit 08 


18 


29 


p 


- — 










HAWAII 


01* 08 


36 


10 


cc 


G«nini-5, Hawaii CAP COM. 


Ok 08 


J-" 




p 


Hello. Hawaii CAP CCM G«ftini-5. Go 


ok OR 




1 7 


cc 














nL oft 




oi 
ci. 


p 




All 




















ok 08 


37 


21 


cc 


Fuel Cell K^, 


OU 08 


38 


15 


cc 


Be advised your orbit is IO6.9 by 16U.2 and your orbit 










lifetime i« 1I+-I/2 days from now. 


Ok 08 


38 


27 


p 


Get sericais. 


oit 08 


38 


33 


p 


Bog. Give me the—what was it, l6*f — 


Ok 08 


38 


36 


cc 


It was 106.9 by 16U.2. 


0*4 08 


38 


kk 


p 


CSkay . Thank you . 



Page hdh 



Ol* 08 38 57 P Hcw's the weather down there tod^? 

Oi* 08 39 00 CC Real nice. The mm Is shining. 

Oif 08 39 03 CC Real nice. The sun i« shining. 

OU 08 39 06 P We haven't been able to pick up the islands yet. We're 

drifting slightly. 

OH 08 39 llf^ CC How are you doing on that Cabin Lighting Survey? 

Ol» 06 39 16 P (*ay. I 'a working on it rl^t now. 

ROSE KNOT VICTOR 

04 08 56 58 P . . . 

04 06 57 00 CC Roger. We have nothing for you this pass. All aystetts 

look good on the ground. 
OU 08 57 05 P Okay. Want us to go through the ... read for ycni, or 

do you need it? 

Ok 08 57 11 CC Negative. I don't believe we need it this tine. 

Thank you. 

COASTAL SSSTKy QUEBEC 
Oi* 09 53 lf9 CC G«Bini-5, CSQ GAP Cm. 
OU 09 53 53 C This is GeBiini-5, go ahead CS*^. 

OI+ 09 53 57 CC Roger. We have you go on the ground and we'd like to 

remind you that you have a medical data pass at the PSV 
Acquisition time 00:31:25- Do you copy? 

01+ 09 5^ 11^ C Roger. 

0*4 09 54 19 CC CSQ has nothing further. Standing by. 




Page k83 



OU 09 


57 


03 


c 




oh 09 


57 


13 


cc 


G€miiii-5, CSQ, you were not readable, say again. 


Ok 09 


57 


17 


c 


Roger, I Just said ve're getting a good look at Japan 










ri^t now. It's some of the best weather we've ever had.' 


Ok 09 


57 


25 


cc 


Roger. Copy. 


Ok 09 


57 


27 


c 


It's very pretty down there. 










HAWAII 




JLV/ 






Oeaini-5. Hawaii CAP COM. 


All 1 fl 






r 




OU 10 


10 




cc 


Roger. Would you give me a readout on ECS 0^ tank 










tonperature please? 


0I4. 10 




OU 


c 


Roger. ECS 02» I don't have a tenperature , 


OL 10 


1 1 






Roger • 






l8 


p 


Would you check and find out when our next fuel cell 










Tjurce is due olease? 




J.i. 


en 




fit •nfV*nO vrtii wnn * 1" fef* riVF'T a fiite 


nil "1 f\ 


1 -l 
J.X 




p 








J** 


p 


m •nfi*Ofl TMirfff* R#*<^t 1 nns 1 and. 2» vou won^'t be ofver & Site 


Ok 10 


11 


U2 


p 


Okay. 


OU 10 


11 


36 


p 


You want FC Og and FC Hg? 


OU 10 


12 


02 


cc 


Negative. 


Ok 10 


12 


59 


CC 


W0UI4 you ctmf irm your ICS O2 Heater circuit bresiker is 










off, or Switch is off. 


OU 10 


13 


07 


p 


Roger. It's off. 



Page k86 



Ok 10 13 


08 


cc 


01* 10 13 


09 


c 


04 10 13 


2k 


cc 


Ok 10 13 


27 


p 


ok 10 13 


29 


cc 



ok 


10 




k^ 


cc 


ok 


10 


3k 


kl 


p 


ok 


10 


3k 


k9 


cc 


Ok 


10 


3k 


5k 


cc 



It '8 venting, it l<K>k8 like. 
¥e're about a adjiute trcm L06. 
Roger. We're (xr«en here. 
Boger. 



B06E KNOT VICTOR 

03 10 31 itO GeBiDi-5, thl» is HRf, We have a valid tenq^ature. 

Standing 1>t ^or your blood presaura. 
Oi* 10 32 13 CC Geodni-5, thi» is iKV Surgeon. Your cuff ifi full scale. 
Olf 10 32 35 CC G€Biiii>5> HK¥ Surgeon. We have a gopd prejraure. 

Give ne a aark idtien you start your exercise, please. 



Ok 10 


32 


i»2 


P 


stand 


Mark. 




Ol* 10 


33 


26 


CC 


GecLni-?, 


HKV Sui^eon. 


t 

Your cuff is full scale. 


OU 10 


34 


10 


CC 


OaBini-5, 


EKV Surgeon. 


We have a good blood pressure 



Standing by for your water report. 
04 10 34 20 P Roger. This is the Pilot and I've had 22 pounds of vater, 

got a full 2 hours nap and I Just polished off iieal IC 
at 04i22t00!00 plus Bcmt extra goodies ve had left lying 
around 

That vas meal IC? 
That's affirmative. 

Roger, thank you, and back to our CAP COM. 
Gemini-5, this is RKV CAP COM, all systeaos are good on the 
ground. 



Pafic UQ7 



Ok 10 


3k 


58 


P 


GeiBini-5, 00 up here. 


ok 10 


35 


00 


CC 


Roger. , 










COnSxAL SEnxni Q:U£d£L 


Ok 11 


27 


39 


cc 


Ge«ini-5, CSQ CAP C(M, 


dk 11 


27 


1*2 


P 


CSQ, G«mini-5. We hear you loud and clear. Our status 










is Gi-MC 


04 11 


27 


U7 


CC 


Roger. ¥e have you GO on the ground also. I have a map 










update. Are you ready to copy? 


ou 11 


27 


56 


P 


Ready to COKT. 


0»i 11 


27 


58 


CC 


Roger. Map 02: 32 i 13. Longitude 3 degrees West. 










Rev 69. Star 02:32:13. OO-36-OO. 


Ck 11 


28 


35 


p 


Soger. 


ou 11 


26 


37 


CC 


Also be adrised that the RKV Pass 68 will be UHF 6 pass. 










Over. 


ok 11 


28 


k8 


p 


Roger. 


OU 11 


28 


56 


CC 


Geaini-5, I'd like to get a fuel cell purge status -when 










you have time. 


ok 11 


29 


01 


p 


Roger. We w^e purged at 01:00. 


OU 11 


29 


07 


CC 


Copy. 


ok u 


29 


15 


CC 


CSQ has nothing further. Standing by. 


Oif 11 


29 


19 


p 


Hals is Geau.ni-5'. Standing by. 










ROSE KNOT VICTOR 


ok 12 


07 


02 


CC 


Gemini-5, RKV CAP CCM. CtHnm. check, how do you read? 



Ic: \/( U> 




Soger. I TeaA you loud and clear. We're very fine here. 


Oh 12 07 Ot5 


cc 


Roger. All syst«ns are GO cm the ground. I have some 






landing area update for you. 




f 


uEay , o^aiKi Dy one . 


fill 1 P IV7 


p 

\f 


UEBLyt reetay to copy. 


*^ J-tl w/ 


cc 


fioger. iror toxs update all Daiui ai^els will reiaaln the 






same, tnat is roil left 5i> roll ri^^t 59- 


L£. KXf 




Okay. 


W 12 07 


cc 


71 Delte, 05:15:56, 17 pius 39, 22 plus 17. 72-2, 06:52:; 






15 plus 51 J 20 plus 41. 73-2, 06:26:11, 14 plus 25, 






19 plus 25. 74-1, 09:51 :llj 15 plus 56, 20 plus 50, 






0-1, 11:20:3!), 14 plus 3l» 19 plus 33- Do you copy? 


UH iti i-U 


r 


Roger. Would you give me the GMTRC on 73-2 again please? 


uy ly 




Roger. 73-2, Go :2b: 11. 


12 09 26 


P 


Roger. We copy. 


w 12 09 28 


CC 


Roger. The weather is good in all areas. 


W 12 09 30 


c 


Roger. Very good. 


04 12 09 33 


cc 


Roger. We'd like to reiHind the CcMaiand Pilot that he has 






a aedical data pass over the CSQ 00 Rev 69. I have a 






tijoe for you. 


OU 12 09 U2 


c 


Roger. 


(A 12 09 U4 


cc 


03:01:07. 


(A 12 09 50 


c 


Ro^er. 03:01:07. 


<A 12 09 53 


cc 


Iksger. 



Page kB9 



Ot* 12 10 08 P RKV, Gemlnl-5. 

Ok 12 10 11 CC Go ahead. 

OU 12 10 12 - P We just bad one of our More spectacular eights of our 

fli^t . Coafiinc into title sunset Ju»t before you acquired 
UB, eitiftr owe cryo-Uy«Erog«n or oair cryo-oxygen taiak. 
vented, and of course it all froze tihen it caaw out, 
and it looked like He had seven ttHlion star^ passing 
by the vindov. It was really quite a si^t. 

0** 12 10 37 CC Roger. Did you recognise any of the stars? 

Oi» 12 10 ^1 P 

6k 12 10 ^3 CC Roger. I copy. 

OU 12 11 11 CC Gemini-5» FKV. We have ^ust received your tape dump. 

OU 12 11 15 C Koger. Very good. 

<A 12 11 19 C Everything looks good here. 

Ol» 12 11 21 CC Roger. We have about 1 minute before LOS. We'll be 

standing by. 

OU 12 11 26 C GMdLni-5, standing by. Thank you. 

(A 12 11.29 OC You're welconie. Over and out, 

HOUSTOT, TEXAS 

13 03 k3 CC Geiaini-5, CSQ. We have a valid teH?>erature and have 

you GO on the ground. Standing by for blood pressure, 

OU 13 04 07 CC GwBini-5, we have cuff at fVll scale. 

OU 13 0t» CC G«Bini-5, we have a valid blood pressure. Give ms a 

mark when you start to exercise. 



FiDi-ilTIAL 

Page kgo 



OU 13 OU 50 P Starting exercise. Mark. 

13 05 22 P ... exercise, 

Otf 13 05 29 CC Geaini-5, yoar cuff i« ftxll scale. 

OU 13 06 Ol» CC Gfflaiini-5, this is the--ve have a valid blood pressure. 

Standing by for your 4iclc report. 

OU 13 06 12 P Roger. I have ... 

Ot» i3 06 18 CC Gefeini-5, Howstcsi Surgeon. He meant your water report. 

OU 13 06 23 P Roger. 2U pouiwis 6 ounces. 

OU 13 06 a6 CC Roger. 

<A 13 06 29 P And I bad aeal IC Oti:22:00:00. 

(A 13 06 U2 CC Roger. 

Olf 13 06 1«8 P 

Ol* 13 06 50 CC G«Bdnl-5, esq. Negative and we have nolSiing further. 

Standing by. 

CA 13 06 5i^ P Cfcay, fine. Thank you. 

HOSE KSOT VICTOB 

OU 13 Ul 31 CC G«Bini-5, Cot*, check. How do you read? 

13 Hi 36 P G«8ini-5, reading you loud and clear. 

04 13 1*1 38 CC Roger. All sy^teaiE GO on the ground. I have a trackijag 

pass update for^you. 
OU 13 kl k2 P Rog. Stand by one. 
OU 13 In 5^ P Cacay. Go. 



I 



Page 491 



Ok 13 


ki 


56 


CC 


CabiD Lighting 0U:30!00, ncaainal; S-7, <A:39:56, sequence 










01. lEC-1, 0^:itO:00, nominal. Apollo Laadaark 07:1^:27. 










Sequence 207- Pitch 30 down. Yaw 3 ri^t. Do you copy? 


ok 13 


»*3 


16 


P 


Roger. Got that. 


<A 13 




19 


CC 


Thafe it. We'll be standing by. 


ok 13 




21 


p 


Okay, fine. Thank you very mich. 










rOARTAT R'SaJTTTy OUFTatf* 


















■p 




nk 1 L. 


JO 


VT 














R*>adctii+ f?w1t(*h ■ttiroiurti thp t>ositlons. nleasc for about 










i^CXl 9C%.vuVU$ XXI C^CLviix Lni.Q^w^v'4.y cum rC rw\XXU O I ■LX.IVC 














JO 




It 


... UUvUcLX U A^folAUul. . • • 






57 




xiiax s aisXTBaxive^ ub^. 




3f 




p 






J* 






^OJJJf . 


OU Xk 


37 


20 


p 


Fuel Cell Og 83 percent and 13O psia. 




37 


29 


CC 


Copy. 


Oif lit 


37 


37 


P 


Fuel Cell Hydrogen 55 frcas — stayed under 55 percent. 










780 psia. 


Oi+ Ik 


37 


51 


CC 


CfiQ here copies. 


ok Ik 


37 


5U 


CC 


Houston wuld also like to know if you have purged the 



fuel cells between the CSQ and the BEV on the last LOS- 



Page U92 





Ik 


36 


23 


P 


ou 


Ik 


38 




GC 


Ok 


Ik 


38 


28 


P 



Ol» lU 38 03 P ... time, fuel cells were purged at 01:00. 

OU lU 38 l4 CC Roger, tfaderstand that ie one enSL of Fli^t Plan 

between CSQ and EKV they thoij^t you Bai^t have picked 
up without being notified to do. 
Negative. 
Roger. 

We did, however, notice the shorter CSQ last tiiae. The 
jets golBg into flight . . . very large and out of planning. 
We checked the pressiires and it appeared to be the ECS 
Og which ma up to very high vent preasurc. 
Olv ll( 38 I46 CC Roger. Copy. 

ik 39 05 CC Houston would also like tc kiww if the running report 

over the BIW in laat rev looked like O68, if it looked 
like a lot of star, when it looked like a lot of stars. 
Was that at sunset or sunrise after the pui^e? 
Ol* Ik 39 23 P That was Just at sunset and not any ti»e at all during 

. . . purge and what it appeared to be that we had Just 
had a very lar^ saount of vesting ^iag on back there, 
and we assBsed that it was the ECS O2. Thiiy looked like 
a lot of swallows ... 

Roger. That's the same -one you r^orted previously, rl^t? 
Rog. ... we haven't seen it since. 
Roger, copy. 

Geainl-5, CSQ has nothing further. Standing by. 



OU ill 


39 


50 


CC 


Ok Ik 


39 




p 


ok Ik 


39 




CC 


ok Ik 


ks 


ok 


CC 



Page k93 



ok Ik 


i*2 


08 


P 


09(9^. Fine, 'niank you. 


oh 15 


16 


23 


cc 


Rc^er, A^i system look good here on the groond. 


61^ 15 


16 


26 


p 


CasBy. AH find here. Thank yoa. 


01+ 15 


16 


26 


cc 


Roger. We'll be standing by. 


Oh 15 


16 


30 


p 


All ri^t. 










BQSE KNOT VICTOR 


Ok 15 


16 


Ok 


cc 


• • < COM« 


Ok 15 


16 


05 


c 


Go ahead, RKV, Gi9sini-5- 


6k 15 


i6 


08 


cc 


Roger. I have a reminter for you to do the S-8/D-13 










01 and 02 when the Pilot awakes on Rev 73' 


Ok 15 


l6 


21 


c ■ 


Roger. Will do. 










r»ATCrHT5V TOT AVTVC 

LANAKX IbiiArliJb 


ok 15 




27 


cc 


t;#*imni-'Sj t.rn« ia C-atiftry tJ^H {.CM. We nave Borning lor 










you. Everything looks good on the ground , we're standing 












OU 15 


38 


36 


c 


Roger, Canary, Thank you very nich. Everything looks 










good up here. 


OU 15 


38 


kl 


cc 


Roger. 


Ok 15 


38 


53 


p 


Qaiinl-5 la pMtting the Acq-Aid Be«ccai off one Minute; 










pfurge *CC-1 Ejcperinent. 


0»* 15 


38 


59 


cc 


Roger, GcMini-5. 










ROSE KNOT VICTOR 


Ok 16 


51 


53 


cc 


RKV CAP COM. 



Page kSk 



04 16 51 56 C iaC7, Geaini-5. Go ahead. 

(A 16 51 59 CC Roger, We don't have anything ai^ecial for you this 

pass. All systems lood: good here on the gToaad. 

Ol* 16 5? 05 C ■ Okay. Ge«inl-5. Everything looks good here. 

(A 16 52 12 CC Hare yaw had gsy indications of venting since the last 

tijBe you reported It? 

Oh 16 52 18 C negative. We haven't had any visual signs of it. We 

had had a few little indications in ttie yav, been 
yawed off ... acme v«iting perhaps earlier, 

OU 16 52 31 CC Roger, I tinders t and. 

Ih 16 52 UO C Vftien we get our rates killed down -without ever putting . 

I sean they keep building every new and then so I think 

it's varying a little. 
Ok 16 52 50 CC Roger. I understand. 

0^ 16 55 32 CC Ckattini-5, RKV CAP C<M. We have about 2 minutes before 

LOB. All systeras are good. We'll be standing by. 
04 16 55 38 CC Roger. 

16 55 39 C Okay, fine. Thank you. 

CAKAEY 

Ok 17 13 12 CC G«mini-5, this is Canary CAP CC»t. We are having a tape 

dxmp at this tiste. Everything loo^s good on the ground. 
We are standing by. We have nothing else for you. 

Ok 17 13 22 C Okay, fine. We're just ... ApolXo Landnark there over 

Canary. ' 



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01* 17 


13 


30 


cc 


Canaiy, Roger. 


ok 17 


lU 


09 


c 


We have the island in sigJit. A^roxiaately Btralgbt 










overhead \n. about 20 aecoods. 


ou 17 


1^ 


20 


cc 


Roger. 


17 


15 


52 


c 


We're strai^t overhead. 


<A 17 


15 


56 


cc 


Canary, Soger'. 










CAEHAHVOM 


<A 17 


50 


01 


cc 


GeMiBt-5» Carnarvon, we have nothing for you thia pass. 










Standing by. 


OU 17 


50 


08 


c 


G«Bini-5 ... Green here. 










HCXSTON 


OU 18 






cc 


Geaini-5, Houston CAP COM. 


ou 18 




50 


cc 


G^iini-5. Houston CAP COM 


01+ 18 


35 


01 


cc 


GesiLLni-5, GeHiini-5, ifouston CAP COM, 


0^ 18 




L3 


cc 


Gaalnl-*i Ikme'tivi CAP Gf5M 


(A 18 


35 


17 


c 


Eo£;er. Houston CAP CC94. 


oli i8 


J-' 




PC 












Radar Test 10, Gordo. 


Oi* 18 


35 


32 


c 


Cay again. 


(A 18 


35 


33 


cc 


I'd like to give you soae inatructicms for Radar Test 10. 










Are you ready to copy? 


01* 18 


■35 


in 


c 


Roger. Wait one second and we will be. 


(A 18 


35 


U9 


c 


Go ahead. * 



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wrnri Rddreftfi 6<5- ^?at.e Gvros 031- Scazmejrs SSCOiinAiQf^ 










Dii«>fii'AY* Ifr^^ Ol ftf^AAd ^0 fiTPoiind ^ STMiffd ^0 si^fi^s^ You. 










r*/nTifv l"!!*^ ■i*iMM»9 


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37 


20 


cc 


'*fffnm.**7^ t QJ.O. you comr T^na^ i^xsei 


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Repeat throughout pass. If 69 readouts are bsMi, Radar- 










STAHUBy for 1 second, then CW. Copy £*ay? 


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Let's see, if the readouts are bad, switch to STaHDBT for 



1 second aad thei hack C^. Let ine write It dovm. 



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Boger. AxA l^ifi t*6t should finish up our requireaiente 










on the Radar Test program, we horpe. 


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(ftay, this is the n«ct night side after the ooe we're in 










Is that affirm? 


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5ext nigbt side after what? 



CONriDtNiiAL 



OU 18 1»0 35 C I said, that's the next ni^t side vhen we do that? 

(A 18 40 58 CC Rigjrt following the ^dar Test - tha.t*a correct. ■ 

You'll get an update on tihtan to do the Badar Teat. 
(A 18 1*1 07 C Gfeay, will we get an update on when to bring oa our 

platform and radar, etc.? 
Ok 18 kX ih CC That's correct; that'll be in your Carnarvon update 

later on today. 
Ok 18 Ul 21 C Cto, okay. 

Ok 18 kl 22 CC Looks like we aay lose LOS here pretty quick. I've got & 

couple other quick questions. On this rendezvouB lHuBtLns- 

tion test that was sent xtp to you, I think it was probably 

pretty lengthy. I'd like to boil that down to a mch, 

Kuch simpler test. And do you think you could do somethii^ 

like that for us in a leisure time - we'll schedule it 

ahead next day or so - a leisure time and do It witluxut 

the platform. This would be to get some visual sighting 

I 

type data or feasibility of a star background for GT-6 
type operation. 

Ok 18 k2 03 P Yes, we'll really have difficulty doing it without a 

platform. We're venting fairly badly, at least venting 
enough that it keeps setting up rates on us while, you 
knpw, while we're just drifting. 

Olt 18 if2 21 CC Roger. 



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Ok 18 k2 21 CC Roger. 

Ok l8 U2 23 C I think ve probably woxildn't be getting eu^fthing irortli- 

»»MIe in that type thing; ve'rc goiog to need a platform 
to tell where we're at with, you know, to be able to danip 
the rates. 

Oit- l8 U2 33 CC I see; well, we'll see how that works out. I'm going to 

try to write out a very si.irrple procedure tonight and 
we'll be getting back with you on that one. 

Olfr l8 k2 kl C Okay, at least I think we'll need the rate gyro with 

the needles on that, if not the platform. 
l8 U2 U7 CC Okay, that 'a a good point. Another quick coDsaent - we'll 

probably lose you very quickly here - the water storage 
capacity is still in question. We're still working on 
that one. 

On the hydrogen and oxygen? 
No, on the water storage capacity. 

CASAKf 

Gemini-5^ this is Canary C.\P C(M. 
Go ahead, Canary, Gaiini-5. 

Roger, GeBdni-5, if the Pilot is awake, we would like to 
do a purge. 
All right. 

CScay, we'd like to start out with the Quantity readings 
first. We'll need about 15 seconds in each position. 



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Okay, ECE (^.. 

Soger- Would you give me a readout? 
We'd like a iQ>acecraft readout on theAe quantities. 
Eoger. We'ra reading 8G^t quantity, and we're reading 
8if5 psia. 
Boger. 

Pttel Cell Og, we're reading 885t; we're reading ikO psia. 
Ojtay. 

Fuel Cell Bydrogen, we're reading and we're reading 

770 psia. 
Boger. 

Okay, we're ready for your purge. 

Stand by for l^ydrogen on cell 1 - on i^y mark - mark. 
Ccffl5>lete, stand by for hydrogen on cell 2 - aark. 
Okay, cc^lete with hydrogen on section 1, 
Starting the oxygen on section 1, starting now. 
C%ay, lAile you're purgii^ on the oacyg«i. Flight has 
advised that they are keeping an eye cm the fuel cell 
water production, they should have a good hack on that 
within the next day or so. They tMnk it's progressing 
approximately normal. 
0^ l8 51 25 P ^e section 1 ojiygen purge coi^lete - starting section 2. 

Ok 18 51 31 CC Roger, G«Blni-5. Wiile you're Baking this purge. Flight 

advises that th^^ are keeping an eye on fuel cell water 



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production. Should have a good hack on it within the 
next day. Everything appears to be nomal on it. 



OU 18 


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Section 2 o3yg«i purge coir5)lete, crossover valve OFF. 


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Roger- Would yew switch to Fuel Cell Hg please? 


01* 18 


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Roger- We're about to have LOB here, G«ini-5. Thaok ycai. 










You can go back to the noratal. 


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a mark when you begin your exercise. 


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Cuff is full scale. 


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We have a good blood pressure, GeaBini-5. Would you give 










us your vater and sleep report, please? 


04 19 


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Roger. The Pilot's vater is 2k pounds. "Qie last meal 










was 3B 05rO9:0O:0O, and I slept about l+-i/2 hours. 


Ok 19 


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Eoger. Copy that. Thank you, Gemini-5. Carnarvon 



Surgeon out. 



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Ok 19 2k 3U GC G«*ini-5, Carnarvon CAP cm. We have a Flight Plan 

iqxlate. Will ycm prepare to copy? 
Oi* 19 2U 38 C ... to copy. 

04 19 ^ 42 CC Are you ready to go? 
04 19 24 43 C Ready to cokt- 

04 19 24 44 CC Roger. ApolXo Landmark. Ail these are caj the ^th day. 

10:25:02, sequence Kd. 208, pitch down 30, yaw left 
8 degrees. Next itea S-5, Sierra 5, 10:27:00, tequence 
Mo. 02. next Itaa D-4/D-7, 10:27:00, sequence Ko. 4l4, 
do re^rfcs or do while doing S-5. Sext it«i platform. 
10:50:00. Reaiarkfi, power up. Next item radar. 11:30;00. 
Eemarks, radar on for wanaup. Next itoa, platform. 
11:20:00. Ranarks, aline SEF. Next item, aiap iqtdate. 
11:27:52. Renarks, Rev 74. l40.1 degrees West. Ri^t 
ascension 0 hoiirs 24 minutes. Do you copy? 

04 19 27 02 C Got it all. 

04 19 27 03 CC Okay. Next Item, Radar Test. 11:43: 4l. Sequence Vto. 10. 

Remarks , pitch down 30, yaw rlf^t 23. Next ite» Delta-6, 
D-6. 12:05:16. Sequ«iee Ho. 74. Ifode Ho. 01. Reaarka, 
pitch down 30, yaw right 19. Speed 60. Hext Itea I>-4/D-7. 
12:05:16. Sequence Mo. 4l5. Next itea, platform. 12:15:00. 
Reaaarka, aline SEF. Bo you copy? 

04 19 28 42 C Affinaative. 



COMFIDENTIAL 



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04 19 28 1*3 CC <&ay. Next iten, Radar Test. 12i34r20. Sequence Ho. 10. 



Renarka* star Cetus. Kext iten, power clsfim. 12:30:00. 
ResBarka, radar, platform, rate gyroB, and coapiter off. 
Do you copy? 



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Afflraattve. 


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OJcay, we've got about 20 seconds to LOB, We'll get tl 










rest of this up to you e\ir next pats. 


Ok 19 


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Roger. 


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Everything looks good down here. We're standing by. 


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Great up here. 










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Hi, You look good on the gro-und. Got any questions? 


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We're standing by. 


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Mo. you got anything for us after 12:50:00? 


04 20 


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Rog, but we thought we'd let you get into Carnarvon 










and get a little rest here. 


04 20 


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You guys are okay. 


04 20 


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CC 


Good morning. 


04 20 


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Morning. 


04 20 


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All set for another bright day? 


04 20 


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Gh yes. 



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OU 20 09 25 CC Good. Looks pretty good dovm here. Fete. We*ve been 

going over this fuel - how sauch power you got left out 
of your fuel cells - and ve think it's coning al«tg pretty 
well. Kind of tigjit but you got it titer e. 

(A 20 09 ^5 P Cltay. We*Te been keying track of it here and of course 

it has been going down pretty fa«t but we e3Q>ected this. 

Oif 20 09 53 CC That's right, 

Olf 20 09 56 CC Pete» it looks like your tightest constraint is going to 

be the storage space for the w&ter you prodnce. 

How's -Ut&t for a surprise? 
liotbing surprises ne after lift-off. 
Got any cognents about the veather up north? 
We were talking about that. 1 don't know, we're going 
to take a look at it today. 
20 10 36 CC Okay. Been trying to get this water systen settled down 

to see ^st \^aad, our possibilitiM sLgbt be. 
OU 20 11 23 P Houston, have you — hare the othe- staticais been getting 

ail our teleatetry and eveiything all right? We're 
really built up rates, 2-1/2 to 3 degrees per minute here 
when this thing vents. 
Otj 20 11 36 CC Yes, as far as I know they've all beeo getting go«i T/M, 
OU 20 U I4O P CSksy . 



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QttCM you faiow you've got about 3 hours to go here for a 










big event. 


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Is that irtiat it is? We didn't know oactly what the time 










was. Could yoa give ua the (MH 


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Yes, I thiak it's jaat about exactly 3 horars froa now. 


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We'll get it for yoa. 










BEEMUM 


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Geflrijai, Houstoa. The OCT is 13;06j00. 


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Roger, we copy. 13:06:00. Thank you. 


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Do a couple rolls exA a loop. 


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Very good. 



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20 lif 12 P We sure passed a big ■iiestone today. We got into the 

left-hand food box for the first ti»e and didn't find 
any Christaos presents in the food. 

OU 20 lt» 22 CC Have you gone all the way throufi^i it yet? 

OU 20 llf 25 P Say again, 

Qlf 20 lU 26 CC Have you gcaie all the vay throu^ it yet? 
OU 20 ll^ 29 C Wo, not yet. 

01* 20 li| 3i CC never know. 

20 1^ CC Have you i>een in the pouch under the right panel? 
OU 20 lU 38 P Yes, we have as a matter of fact. 

OU 20 l4 t*0 C ' What do you think we've beei wearing? 

OU 20 15 P Houston, do you still read us? 

20 15 i*3 CC Fog. 

04 20 15 ^5 P Could you give us the GMT counting please. 

Oi* 20 15 CC Rog. In about 10 seconds it will be 10tl6:00. 2, 1, 

OU 20 16 00 CC Mark. 

Olt 20 16 Otj P That's pretty good. I'a 2 seconds slow, 

OU 20 16 07 CC Oh, very good, 

04 20 16 08 P Two secoi^ fast- 1 mean. 

01* 20 16 12 CC Eoger, I understand. 

* 

Oit 20 22 i*3 CC Geaini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. We have nothing for you 

this pass. You're Lcwting good here <m the ground. 

0l» 20 22 1*8 C Roger, Canary, we read you. 



Bige 507 



Geaipl-?, Carnarvon CAP (XM. 
Go ahead, Cinianron, Gemini-^. 

Okay, we got the rest of your Flight PXan update \ihtn 
you're ready to copy. 
Walt <x^. 
Fire amy. 

Boger, first itoa, Delta-6, D-6, 13tll*:a3, 
All right, Geiaini-5, we're ready* to copy. 
Roger. First item is Delta-^, D-6, 13:1^:23, sequence 
QvuAier 20. 
Just getting you. 
Say Bssin. 

I say, you're fading, we* re Just beginning to get you. 
Roger, I'll start agsin with that first item. It's 
Delta-6, D-6, 13:14^23, sequence sunber 20, mode nuadt>er 
1^, reasrks pitch down 30, yaw left 6 degrees, speed 30. 
Are you copying okay nowT 
O^J 20 57 2U P Just fine, yes. 

0^ 20 57 26 CC Okay, next item. Delta-6, D-6, 13:21:1*0 sequence nuidber 

53, B»de ouaiier 15, retaarks pitch down 30, yaw left 6 
degrees, speed 60. Hext item, Delta -6, D-6, 13:33:35, 
sequence niiM>er 66, mode nuadser 15, remarks pitch down 
30, yaw ri^t T (tegrees, speed 60. Rext item, D-Vl>-7. 



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1^:05:08, sequences nvatoers klO Chsrlie and kff. Bcxt 
item, ft D-U/D-7, 3^:51, Beq:uence iuud>er ^5 AJ.ph«, 
pitch down 30, yaw left 03. Hext it«i, D-VJ>-7# 1^:'*6:46, 
sequence nu^er UZk Baker, mode niariber OX, reaarks pitch 
down 30, yaw left h degrees, speed 60. 
What was the speed on the D-Vo-7» 1^:3**: 51? 
Say again. 

Bfever mind, go ahead. 
You got it okayl 
Yes. 

Okay, <Hi with the remarks from thia D-4/D-7 at k6'.U6, 
The test time is 1^:U7: --Stand by one. 
Okay, that test time is l4:47;lil; duration is S seconds. 
Do you copy? 
Ok 21 01 P Roger. 

Ok 21 01 ok CC Okay, the next item is Delta-6, £)-6, Iki^^'.kO, sequence 

nuafijer 13^, node nuaber 01, remarks pitch down 30, yaw 0, 
speed 60. Kext item, SierrB-5, S-5, 15:19:48, sequence 
niabar 02. Xext item S-d/I>-13, 16:22:50, sequence 
nunber 03, remarks pitch down 30, yaw ri^t 33. Hext 
it«B, S-7, Sierra-7, 16:26:50. Segstive, tl«t time is 
" l6:26:5U, seqaence number 02, marks pitch down 30, Key 

West aarea. Next item is Delta-6, 16:33:07, sequence 
m»ber 055, mode nun^r 01, pitch down 30, yav ri^t 1 



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degree, speed is 6o, D-4/D-7, 16:32: 59^ sequence nuaber 
4l6* Do you copy? 

Yes, in other words, that's just before tJae D-6 you Just 
gave Bte. 

Right, that last one the D-4/D-7 — idioops, stand by— I've 
got a correction after that. 1*11 chan^ that last one. 
O^y, that last tise is the sasM time as the D-6, 
16:33:07. 
Did you oopy7 
Did you copy? 

Affirsastive, you got any laore? 

Mo, we're not going to have time for the PIA update. 

We'll catch you later. 

Okay. 

Everything looks good here. " 
It's GO here. 

Gemini-5, Guaynas CAP COM, do you read? Tarn your T/M 
Control Svitch to the REAL Tim & AOQ^D position. 
Gemini-^, Ouaymas CAP CQH. 
Go ahead, Guayaas, Gemini«5' 
Okay, hotf are you doing? 

Soger, Just fine. We've got everything powered up. 
Okay, you're looking good here on the ground. I've got 



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• corrttctltn to your Fli^t Fla& update and got 
•otae PXA updates. So let ae kaov vhen you're r«ady 
to copy. 

Oh 21 35 05 C Gkmy, wit a second. 
OU 21 35 33 C Okay, ready to copy. 

0^ 21 35 35 CC Olcay, tbe nxgat Pica update is B^/D-T, seqaenee k2h 

Bnvo; it vas at the flftb day, IktkStkS, cfaazi^ the tins 
on -Uiat to the fifth day, 14:46:5^. 

0^ 21 S3 ^ C Okay. 

0^^ 21 36 01 CC Okay, the li-h/L-J, sequence hL5 oa the fifth day 12:05:16 

add the reosrks coIbbq, recorder ca for 3*00 minutes. 
AU ri^t. 

Okay, X got your FIA's. Are you re«<^ to copyt 
I'm ready. 

I 

O^jf the veather is good 1q all areas, the bask angle 
is roll left 51, and roll rig^t €$ on all cases. Area 

76-1, 13:01:53, 13 plus 15. 18 plus 2?. TT-l, U: 37:31, 
12 plus 09, 17 plus ho, jQ-h, 1-JiZki^, ih plus 27, 
21 plus 13. 79-^ 18:59:^, 13 plus 11, 16 plus 00. 
Bo-hf 20:34:29, 12 plus 12, 17 plus ^3, over. 

OU 21 37 58 C Okay. 

04 21 37 59 OC You got them all? 

OU 21 38 01 C ai^t.' 

0^ 21 3d 02 CC Okay, that's it. 



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VeQJ. stead by if you need naytfalng. 
Ofcayj %tma3t you. 

Bello, Houston, CS«Blnl-5* 
GeflKlzii'5> Bouston^ go. 

Mo Joy, rmdar locked up, and the needles pointed and they 
pointed ri^t at the Cape, but ve iMver did get range 

reading, and I keep breaking lock and putting it back 

I. • 

€m and breaking lock and putting it Isaek oa, but ve never 
got any raage readings. 
Ol» 21 13 CX: Roger, that's we were afraid of. Okay, try and give 

the other part of the test a i^irl vhen you get over to 
it. 
Okay. 

Qemini, --Souston. 
Ri|^t, Huuston, Ge»ini-5. 

Bog. We got a correction to the correction in your D^k/D^f 
at 12:05:16. We added recorder cai for 3 aanutes to renarks. 
We would like to delete that stateaeat nov. Copy? 
Okay. 

Okay, and, be advised your Canaries aiedical data acquisition 
tiae is 11:55:3^. 
Okay. 

And, GeBini-5r Houston, nov you can place your T/M Svltch 



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to COIMIUfD, plrase. 



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Oeminl, Houston. 


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Boeerf ve got you. 


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Okty, fine, «nd thBsk you for the BC8 readings. 


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CANABIC ISLABOS 

0^ 21 ^ ^1 CC Geiaini-^, this is Canary CAP COM, we have a valid oral 

tcop; voiiM you inflate your blood pr^sure cuff. 
Roger. 

Genini-5, reading your cuff full scale. 
GeBiini-5, ve bare a good blood pressure. Give me a mrk 
irtien you begin exercise. 
Starting ay exercise, mark. 
Ending exercise. 

Creaini-5, Canary Surgeon, ^ur cuff is full scale. 
Gesini-^, ve have good blood pressure a^in. StnKling 
by for your water, food and sleep report. 
Roger. I've nov had 2^ povmds ^ ounces of vater, I had 
Bteal 3B at 05:09:00:00; I bad app«>xiaataiy 3-1/2 houra of 
sleep la at ni^t. 

Olt^ 21 99 ^1*3 CC Roger, ve read all that. Is that your total sleep for 

the past 2k hoiirsT Over. 
01* 21 59 50 C Ho, just in the last ni^t period. 



04 21 


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F»ge 513 



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B^E<*rt Csatry Surgeon again, Houaton ie asking if you 










^ffi. glya ttfl a total for ttaa past 2k boura. Over, 


ok 22 


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About 4-1/2 Iwura, 1 gucas. 


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Rogar, wa copy. 


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Ofeay^ nnmltil 5. ve bare oothlng bostc for you. You're 










looking good here from the ground. Wa have about 2-1/2 




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alnutes to 90 of paaa time. 


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Okay, real fine. 










CABRfcSVOH 


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Gemlni-5, Carnarvon. 


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Soger, Carnarvon, Gemini-^. 


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&>ger. We'd like t6 have you place your Quantity Read 










Switch at ECS Og. 


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Roger. Carnarvon, are you ready to copy a little latjblem? 


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Go ahead. 


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Boger. Our yav left So. ^ QftMS attitude thruster is out. 


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Roger. I*ve got s continuous iMication here on the ground 










of the yav left thruster. 


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Okay. Well, it's not working at all and we powered the 










radar down and powered down the gyros and powered down 










everything hut the platfom. Staging by to see what 










Flli^t wants to do. 


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Roger. You didn't do any Radar Test over Africa, th«a7 


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0^ 22 32 ItO CC Roger., Would you care to FC— qtaistity r««d FC C^t 
0^ 22 32 ii9 P C«roarT(», ve've got od« oth*r tblnfi. Thd QAM8 toiperatare 

h«a bem ruzming mlly cold up ^urm, mad we noticed this 
mcunittg that the syrtem was sort ef sluggish all over and 
so ve tursed the heater back on at this time about ^ 
minutes ttgo, 
OU 22 33 06 CC Boger. 

04 22 33 23 CC Be advised Flight copies the probl«a and they're taking 

a loc^ at it nov. They'll let you knov. 
Ok 22 33 29 P Okay. 

04 22 34 11 CC Fli^t advises that they'll keep an eye oo this thruster 

proves and vatch it with ^e CAMS heater on and see what 

happens. They'll advise you later. 
Olf 22 3if 22 P Okay. Well, we don't int«id to do any aiore of the 

exper intents unless they want us to because ve'rc down to 

about 12 percent fuel. 
Oh 22 34 33 CC Boger. I understand. 

04 22 34 1*9 CC I'd hold off on the experiaents. They'll get with ypu 

again on it. 
04 22 34 54 p Okay. 

04 22 35 08 CC Gemini, Carnarvon. Did the thruster stick on or of ft 

04 22 35 13 P It stuck off. It would not fire and we've isolated it to 

the Ko. 7 thruster and it will not operate. 
04 22 35 23 CC Soger. 



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Bige 515 



0^ 22 


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Did your indicaticm of the Bo. 7 thruster go off now? 


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It's on nov. It was on the first part of paiss, went 










off and ccne back on by the tine you started talking. 


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(Stay. You say It's back on ik}v7 


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It's on now. 


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Okav. I've aot the circuit breaker oven now. 


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Turn vour circiiit breaker back (m. Okay, I lost indicatlw. 


04 22 


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It BHy be tbat one of those solenoids froze up open. 


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Ikjger. 


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bve you tried to back up electrmics? 






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Ym. We'll brina tou an to date. We tried Secondary AOffi 










Bias ^ver^ and Secondary Attitude Drivers and Sec<^(3ary 










ACSIS, LaicLe. 


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Wl'th no Buccesft. 


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I understand. 


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cc 


Fllc^t agrees, the valve must be stuck. 


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Okay. You can turn your Quantity RMd Switch to Orr. 


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I just opened the No. 8 circiiit breaker and it checked 










Ko. 7 again. When you said it want out. 


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Is yi^r platform still on? 


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dat's affirmstive. 


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Okay, okay. Request you power down your platfora. 



Rige 516 



01* 22 37 41 . P Ok»y. 

04 22 38 17 C Okay. We're all pofwered down. MDI is OFF, platform 

on, MDIU OFF. 
04 22 38 22 CC Boger. 

GU^YM&S 

04 23 06 07 CC GeBini-5, Ouaymes CAP COM, If you read, turn your T/K 

Control Switch to the REAL TIME AO(iUISITIO» position. 
OAiA&k you. 

04 23 08 15 C Beady when you are, Guay««. 

04 23 08 17 CC All right. 

04 23 08 18 CC Stand by for louston. 

04 23 08 20 C Okay. 

04 23 08 29 CC G€mini-5> Houston. 

04 23 08 32 C Howdy, Houston. Gemini- 5 here. 

04 23 08 35 CC Boger. Bare you got Jto. 7 working yet? 

04 23 08 39 C negative. We're powered down and juat sitting here waiting 

on you to get on the line. 

04 23 08 46 CC Okay. Here's what we'd like to have you do. We'd like 

to have you turn off circuit breaker !to. 8, and turn on 
circuit breaker Ho. 7 «nd go to direct and give it a good 
squirt that way to see if we can knock it loose with a good 
surge of power tiiere. 

04 23 09 01 C All rl^t. We already tried it once, but we'll try ai^ia. 

04 23 09 05 CC Okay, ^ea, I inagine you've tried everytoing, but we want 



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to do a couple of little teata here to see iihat we get. 
0^ 23 09 11 C OkMy, tb»t didn't succeed, 

0^ 23 09 l^t^ (X Okay. How ve'd like to try and find out vhat the problem 

Is and ue*re going to do a little teat here to see if 
maybe the problem is .one of the solenoid valves is failed, 
and vhat we want to do is to look at the coBsnon control 
bus voltage. I ve got a procedure here* I'll read out 
step by step. I want to brief you first. We'll look at 
the coisBon control bus voltage and we'll pulse both the 
Ho. 7 and the llo. 8 jets one at a time and have you watch 
the coBBBon control bus voltage. Bow if we've lost one of 
the solenoids on "7'*, the drop in common control bus 
voltage will be half ii^t it will be ^en you pulse Ifo. 6. 
Mow if both of the solenoids are working on "7" and they're 
both working on "8", ready to go through this thing step 
by step now? 

0^ 23 10 03 C Roger. We have No. 7 open now. 

Ok 23 10 06 CC Okay. I'll read off the steps. First we want to go to 

the common control bus on the voltmeter. 
Ok 23 10 11 C Roger. We're on it. 

0^ 23 10 12 CC Okay. Turn squib — Just a moment. We're going to actiially 

do the manipulation over Texas, Gordo, but we can make 
a few steps here and we'll be ready to go ^en we get 
there* We .would like to have you turn Squib Batteries 
1 and 2 OFF. 



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Okay. Squib Batteries 1 and 2 coming OFF. 


0^ 


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CC 


Okay. We'd like to have you turn Q&MS Bo. 7 circuit 












breaJ^r — ^ve'd like to have that closed. 


ok 


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You'd like to bave QANS circuit breaiKr So. 7 closed. 


' Oh 


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Bjat'a ri^t. 


ok 


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C 


Okay. 




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CC 


Ijid we'd like to have Ho. 6 circuit breaker open. 




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Okay. 


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^nd we'd like to have you in Direct Centred Mode. 


04 


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Okay. 


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CC 


Okay, Gordo. We'll stand by till ve get solid l/H over 












Ttttas and then ire* 11 have you start aanipolating the 












controller. 


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Okay. 


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Houston, Gemini- 5< 


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Go ahead, OciBini-5< Houston here. 


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I don't see any big problem if it stays out. We coitld 



Just go to pitch on the Roll logic and l^st ought to 
take care of everyUiing as far as getting platfora aline 
and so forth. 



OU 23 11 39 CC Bc^er. That's right. We just wanted to see if what we 

could, if this is a heater problCT or if we really lost 
part of the electnntics or irtiether we had a valve stuck. 

04 23 11 47 p Okay. 



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ok 23 11 53 (X We'll plan on aklpplng th&t D-6 ovtr Texfts ttxla tlme^ 

OeacLnl-^. 
04 23 12 00 C All right. 

ok 23 12 02 F Sey, couM you give us a readout im our QAMS fuel; is 

9W gige correct? 
04 23 12 12 CC Yea, Geaini-5, your 0ige is correct. 

04 23 12 58 CC Oismyt GcBini-5^ ve*d HJk to have you obsu^ the coonon 

ccmtrol bus mltage very carefully and go ahead and move 
the attitude handle to yaw left. 

Ok 23 13 10 C (tey. Going left txnr. 

0^ 23 13 13 CC Oktty, you ^ust have to nake — these can be short pulaea 

here. About a sec<»>d or so. 
Ok 23 13 20 (X^ CBcay. 
Ok 23 13 23 CC - Is that a 0,k dropt 
Ok 23 13 26 C About 1 volt drop. 

gk 23 13 28 CC tote volt, olsrfy. Very gtwd. Sqw we'd like to have you 

turn off the Ho. 7 eirciiit breaker and close the So. 8 
circuit breaker. 

Ok 23 13 43 P Okay. 

Ok 23 13 44 CC low, we'd like to have you yaw left agsln and observe the 

dx^. 

04 23 13 57 P It was (mly about half of vbAt So. 7 was. Suppose ve 

got a short in theret 
04 23 14 02 CC I don't know. We'll l^ink about ttuit for a^ile. Okay, 



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Ok 23 17 51 P Caay. lA nas 9.1, IB 8.6, IC 10.0, 2A w 6.9, 2B 7.0, 

2C 8.2, HCS A 295, t«5>er«t\»re 65, MS B 290, temperature 
68. Left •ecoudary O2 530O, ri^t secondary O2 5300. 
tbose raadlacpi were teken back wh«x ve vere powered up. 
ftoger, and viU you aay vhat tbat IB ma again please? 
Roger. IB 8.6. 
Soger, 

And I d like to add my congratulaticma also, 
niazdc you. 

Have you geme to FJTCS on your Roll Jets? 
Ho, ve haven't.- 

You Bi^t as well go ahead and do tbat, and I'm not sure 
ws're going to h»ye any great solution on hov to get this 
tiling to work again. 

I'd like to add one thing in there ^ust for your inforaaticai. 
When we first powered up this otoming, after having been 
drifting for quite awhile, all the thrusters were exceedingly 
sluggish and ve saw great globs of liquid coming out of 
them ftod drifting by us when we were firing them in Pulse 
Mode. 

oh 23 19 19 CC Roger. Roger. Tl»t*s interesting. Isn't It? 
Ok 23 19 •22 C And . . . went to Direct to see if we could dear th«a out 

and it didn't seen to, and we were getting big globules 



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of liquid gains by us but tiaey cleared out. 

0^ 23 19 36 CC Okay. We «ere noado'izig about « drop In fuel her* end 

that sic^t heve been lAwre ve lost all of it. 

0^ 23 19 ^3 C CatxiA be. Well, daurias that last tncking experioent ve 

w»re tievlag greet difficulty to get ell of the Bad^ Test 
tbere. We were baviog quite a bit of trouble tioldlng our 
attitude and currcstly ve*re baling to go to Dir«:t to get 
platfism aline, and tliezi «e were flddlizig arouxKl tryliig 
to tiB± vhicfa tlmister it nas glYing us tbe problem. 

04 23 02 05 OC Boger. 

O^^ 23 20 06 P ¥es, irell another was; as ve do get tb«Mi tuniiling retes 

pretty big^ out of the venting hydrogra so vhen ve first 
started alining the platfom, ve asi»reatly bad inter- 
mittext operation on Bo. 7 and ve ' d attribute the fact 
that ve'd start drifting off too to tiie fact that the 
hydrogn tsnk vss venting. And then ve finally got smart 
mtter cidille and decided to look at soaething else. 

Olt 23 20 32 CC iioger. 

ok 23 20 3^ C Yes, tills vesting hes been giving us 2 to 3 degrees rate 

here for the lest half day or so. 
04 23 20 U4 CC Okay, iMve you noticed has it built up in just the last 

half dayt 

04 23 20 >»8 P Yes. It seens to have built ixp Just the last half day 

or so. 



CONFIDENTIAL ^ 



04 23 20 34 CC (^y. 

0^ 23 20 ^ C ... We drifted tbe first si^^t if you x^Mdjer, and the 

thing stay^ pretty lov, and last ni^t 's raally the 
f irat nigjbt ve drifted again. We had, of «mr*e, stayed in 

Horixon Son B»st of the other Ubited States ni^t cycles, 
and se last nl^t waa the first ni|^ m really drifted any 
length of tiae, and it really did bnild euch higher, 
than it did the first ni^. 

04 23 21 20 CC Ok^y, Well the vrattiiig ahould start eolnti clown. 

0^ 23 21 5^ CC 0^iinl-5» ve'd like to have you pover down your ccmputer 

at this tiM. We hare a good load, in it. 
0^ 23 21 59 P Soger. CoBpttter coiaing down. 
Oi» 23 22 01 CC Boger. 

0^^ 23 22 13 CC G«Bini>5^ friendly backups send c<»igratulaticm8 and 

Godspeed for the rest of your mieaicm. 
23 22 21 P Thank you. 

Ok 23 23 ^7 CC Geaini-5» Howston, 
04 23 23 51 P Go ahead. 

04 23 23 52 CC We'd like «*© have you turn your Cryogenic Gaging systm 

OWF, 

Oh 23 23 59 P Okay, coming to OFF. 

Ok 23 2k 01 CC Another thing. We've Hatched your source pressure on 

your QAJC power from Camarron here to across the States. 



It'a holdlBg nice wid steady so H«*re not usixig aay foel 
there. Lo^ice IDce laost of tbe fuel that you used up vab 
ia iiimt <me pass and it couldn't rery veil have been from 
the stleJtisg tiirusters. 



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Okay. 


Ol^ 23 


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cc 


We're goirt^ to take a little look at the Fli^t ELan again 










Gordo, and aat<^ ^ the fuel gealinlDg vith the esg^ia^ti 










reaalning. Okay? 


04 23 


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Okay. 


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Can you s^ve us one wore propellaat ^astity rea^mt frcm 










your onboard gaging syst«n3 


04 23 


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Roger. We are reading about 12^ a reading of -tbm pro- 










^lljmt qoantity gage. 


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fflcay. V^ry good. 












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Gemini- 5, this is Canary CUP CCK. 


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Go ahead, Quaory, Geaalni.5. 


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Bocar. We'd all like to extez^ our ooagratulaticHis to you 










We have nothing else for yaa. Wc*re standing by. Every- 










thing looks good from the grotmd. 


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Ok»y, Everytiting's good here. Thank you very much. 


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ft9ger. 



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(ttaiiaii'^t Geaiai'^, this is foustoa* Owr. 
OoMlai-^, Soustcm* Co you read? 
OMBini-^, OsisipT-5» loustoaa. Ov«r. 
Go a&«i4, fienatOB, Gsalfii-^ hcr«. 

Ho^Ty Gordo. V«'d illce to bsve you sertib « portion of 
D-i^/D-T. We'd like to you scrub tliye ^ Cahrlie. 
Scrub 410 Ctmrlie, okayf 
Ol» 23 57 06 CC BoustoB hftre, tnwsttittlng in th* bllad. would like 

to bave you scr^ lilO Cfaavlie. 
Ol» 23 57 X6 C flosnr Bcmston. We gp% ttMt and vill scnd> it. 

04 23 57 20 CC Boser. 

0^ 00 10 06 CC God^, Cajnftrv<»i. Could you tell vjt you had tijie 

platfora upt 

05 00 10 10 C Roger ... idten m got timtr^f it bad cmly scrubbed osm 

tking and v« needed the pJatfon tar mme of those others. 
Over. 

0^ 00 liO 17 CC Bc^er, I tmtentand* 

0$ 00 10 ^ C 80 ve bave nov poweored the platfom hack down. 
05 00. 10 21 CC Soger. 

05 00 10 29 CC Would you Tu-ify tbat the BoU Jets &fiteh is in tbe 

PITS position? 
05 00 10 35 P Affiraative. 



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UAL 



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05 00 10 ii8 CC Gtainl, CB«»pvDn. Do you have any other ^stloot at thia 

05 00 10 53 C laiBtlva. I doa't thisJc ao. 
05 00 10 56 CC Boger. 

05 00 11 03 C Yob Kl^t laaa an to W-ight alao on a nuLL failure ve had. 

Cto aatKMurd voice tape flailed soaetiae yeatar^y. 
05 00 11 U CC Boear. 

05 00 11 13 C We hare ao oi^toard noordlng. 
05 00 U 1^ OC Baser. 

05 00 12 55 OC 6€i^-5, loedta like your QAMS Souraa Pr«anir« la holding 

nicely. 

05 00 13 01 P Okay, fine. Stank you. 

EAXklT 

05 00 31 29 GC ea«lni-5, tfaia ia fhnall. We hava a valid ta«pciatttre. 

Standing by for blood pmasure, 
05 00 31 ^ CC Oe»ini-5, tMa ia Savaii CAP COM. 
05 00 31 51 P Megfir. Sending blood preaaure nov. 

05 00 31 57 CC Gei»ini-5, laiia ia BamLl Surgeon, tour cuff la fuU acale. 
05 00 32 30 Ce mm vm have a real aood blood praaaore. Give ne a mrk 

irti«B you begin yoiar exereiae. 
05 00 32 3^ P Ifartc. 

05 00 3^ 03 OC Ifov partiottiarly, we're interested in a sunary for the 

l«at 2k hmra if ve can have .<me. 
05 00 3^ 10 P Bosk:. Halt one. 



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Titax's rigait we'v^ xneo. it at FUioE and xq DIRECT, and 










we can see iw xiire a vexy laxnx Txre ma it m uxHcCT up 










here; ve irere getting no thrust down on it. 


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Ko. 8 thruster. Ri^t. niat's Bo. 8 l^iruster. lib. 7, 










we have the circuit breaker op«n on it. 


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Boger, I understand. 


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And we are in— Roll Jeta are in the PITCT position. 



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Boser. 


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teilBi^ faSTa botti So. 7 and Xo. d Ailed new? 


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Boger. 


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GaKtBi-5, Itvail stmdlag by. 


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Oicajr. V«X7 flu*, ftank jrou. 








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Qvasixil-^, Houston. 



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05 00 itd lii^ C i^tead, loaittco* Oenlai.?. 

05 00 iia 16 CC lite to tev* yoa purge Se«ti<MX» 1 «ad 2. Start at any 

tlae yvM like qo«. 
05 00 ^ 21 C OiBiy. Stqipoac we'll start than in juat a wiaute* 
05 00 ^t8 27 OC I m golQe to give jrou a<xK nore JOifiJit Plan stuff. We 

w«w going to senO) 8-7 because of the weather, but I 

goMs V9 dcaa't l«ve to worry about that, do we? 
05 00 1»8 3^ C Well, ttiere'll be aoae way around this. 
05 00 1*8 36 Ce Yea. Say, do you waat to check yo»ir Tone Vox circuit 

breatert Tbat powers the tape recorder. I wonder if it 

had popped off cm yam. 
05 00 48 1+6' C I'll check that later. 
05 00 J(8 l»8 CC Okay., 

05 00 1»9 16 C Gesinl orer Ikllaa and Fort Worth. Everything else seens 

to be agreaable. 

05 00 1^ 18 CC Roger. 

05 00 ii9 29 C What do all the pulse people down there think? Do we 

00 a little ... on tiiat off stuff? 
05 00 3h OC I don't kBov. Ili^»re still working on it, (Sordo. 
05 00 J19 37 C <Htay. I figured thay probably were. 
05 00 ^ ii9 CC Qordo, we think ttiat the aixture ratio was off for some 

reason. We ddn't know eatactly why yet. 
05 00 J19 56 P Yea, we could see this thruster vas actually burning but 

we're not getting any thrust out of it. We could see it— 



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aa a aatt«r of fact, it pats out a bxl^ter flaae than 
norml tdmiater firiag. 
05 00 93 06 CC Yea, that's a i^ratty Indlcatlcm Wva gsrb a bad slxtura 

ratio on it. Did you ace anything like that on the other 

oae, or did it Juat fail? 
05 00 ^ 1^ F Nq, it vaa j oat not ... It didn't do anything at all on 

the other one. 

05 00 50 ^ CC 09Eay. Yea, we're wklJig on it dcnm here and, I ^sa, 

vhy don't «e Jost hold the experiBOita in abeyance until 
ve got soBttthiag figured out here. 

05 00 50 30 C C%»y. 1^ ozily thing that I could think of, Jin, is last 

ni{^t I eot to itesre ve were Just driftii^ in this hyxlroeen 
venting md it vas giving us—let ne reaeaber rigtit»left 
roll and rig^t yaw — 

05 00 ^ ^ P Left yaw ud right roll. 

05 00 ^ 50 C ..left yay and ri£^t roll. 

05 00 50 51 P And ve speat a lo% of time perched like that imd then 

tendency to keep that side out on the fr^t any tlma and 
it vas fairly good. That vouM be the way ve v«re drifting. 

65 00 51 05 GC Okay. You're getting left yav and right roll and you say 

that side of the spacecraft vas in the darkness quite a bit. 

05 00 51 10 C Yes. 

05 00 ^ 16 CC Okay, fhat sotmda like a nifty aaneurer. 

0$ 00 ^ 20 P Th*t*8 vith this hydrogoi purge and it Just as/ be from the 



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I kiittw ypu ipiys wu:w*t very coordinated but left y«v and 
rl#it roIl» I dro't kTOv. 
Got to purge ftwl cells, Jim« 
Boger, 

(Say. We're starting the hydrosso purp cm 8o. 1 rle^t bov. 
C%ay. 

llo* 2 hydrogan g(»ljis* 
Sog«r. 

B6. 1 oxyvsn foise* 

6«alni-5f this is NCC ^irgecm. Bov did the sle^ go last 
nigfet? 

Oh, ve 0ot about 3 luaurs each, 3-1/2 hours each, I guess. 

Yes, I tasrd the tiJKs, but ws it easier? Was the Fli^t 

HLan voiidng out better last nig^tf 

Little bit better. 

Hey, did Pete get the cuffs offt 

Yes, we got th«a off. 

Okay. Hov's Idte skin nov vith the euff s of f ? 
Whole lots better* 

You havra't aoy oaore trouble around the sensors, Gordo? 
Yea. 

Hey, I SM a carrier and a destro yer steaaisg rlf^t 
strsi^t into JackaomrllleJ . 



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trying to aave soae fuel h«re too. 


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Boger. I have a POl^t Plan update for you. Are you 










ready to copy? 


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Roger. Item Map 15:55:1*9,. longitude 151.4 East, Rev 77, 










a^jtb ±jivm oi^T ■i-y^yy-i'^y f x^nsrKs v oours ay m^nuces. 










Do you copy? 


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Okay, and t^ey want you in the powered-dowx configuration 



and this is the list of items they wish you to have povered 



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Voice GontToX Center^ one »Ut tmn, tm coXlant 
pup^j Acq-Ai4 Baacoa/ KaceiTsr, ECS Receiver, 'BOA 
Tape Recorder, Bio-Hed Becorder Xo* 2, t&e DC>IC Gcm- 
Ycrter, tiie OMB Ea«t» en4 the ItCS Sester, the Water Uae 
Btttcar a» ceceesary, the cabin ii^ta* S& you coj^ 

05 01 8^ P I got all of it but one. Voice eoatrol, <me suit ffta, 

twa eool poi^af oo« Ac%-Md. 1ft«t ws the naxt thln^ 

05 01 31 CC Sext cum vas the l£? Receiver, foUot^ by IX^ Receiver. 

05 01 i»a 38 P ... DCS, TCM !B^, Blo-4ied Recorder lo. 2, DC-DC Cooverter, 

BCS and CAI£ ... 

05 01 ii2 1*7 (X; Boffer. Bwy're ttyiag to work up aotae teat <m this 

attitude thruster porobles and they havaQ't sot anything 
as yet. 

05 01 1*3 00 P cacay. 

05 01 1*3 03 CC Ihey have several tttoiig^ts; -Uuraster 7 aod 8 are ri8^t on 

-Uie end of tiie aamifold; it's posaibllity of doling 
toward the end of the nanifold or it e<ml^ be low oa tasl 
or oxidixer or both, they're vorklag <m the pcobles. 

05 01 1*3 ^ P Roger. 

05 C9..1^3 ^ CC Also Flight would "like the Scanner Heaters left aa. 
05 01 1*3 36 P Okay. 

05 01 l»3 3? CC Yew can turn your priisary AOS povar off. 
05 01 1*3 44 P Roger. 

05 01 H 01 CC (»QBy. We've got your telemetry off; we got a look at it 



•od it looks okay. We'd traesoitted It off. 
05 01 08 P Okay, 
05 01 ^ 10 CC We're stasdlBg by. 
05 01 M» 11 P Roger. 

HANAII 

05 02 07 15 CC Gefflini-5, Hmii CAP CGM. 

05 02 07 CC Gemin±-5, Bwail CAP COM. 

05 02 07 ^5 C Roger, Hsmii CAP GGH, G«mlni-^5 berv. 

05 02 07 46 CC Roger. For your povw: up configuntion ve'd like you to 

add the BOTizon Scamer Heater circuit breaker on. 
05 02 07 58 C Soger. You — for the power up configaration. 
05 02 08 04 CC Ihe nay you are now. 

05 08 05 C Do you vazit the ScanzMr H^ter circuit breaker on? 

05 02 06 06. CC 13iat«s afflTB, 

05 oe 08 11 C Roger, ve have it on. 

05 02 Od 16 CC All' of your systems are GO. 

05 02 08 19 C Roger. Thank you. 

05 02 06 21 CC We're standing by. 

05 06 22 C Okay, nicety fine. 

05 02 22 03 CC Gemini-5, Houatoa. 

05 02 22 21 CC 6«Binl-5, Houston here. I have a fev things for you vhoi 

you get your radios ready. 



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05 02 22 27 C Boger, fioust^, Geslni.-^ her** Hftdio trftafiBltters \mxw»d 

05 22 33 OC daiy. Soir are your veblcXe rates vitb tbe T«)tiiig la 

drlf tlx« flight novt 
05 02 22 41 C Oh, we've « coupXe, three degrees in pitch and a little 

bit in roll, aoatly just in pitch ri^t now. 
05 02 22 ^ CC Okay. Do you fiiut these rates to 1»e <^Jcetioaable at all? 
05 02 22 55 C Ifo. 

05 02 22 56 CC QStmj, I^Te got a little briefing cm the CAMS situation 

h^e. The OAiC Seaters are OH nov and tlie tester is 
coming iQ> m TG4-1.0, irtiich is the cm ttmt has the 
teapsnture sensor on it. Bow all -Uw thrusters are 
okay except 7 and 8, and since tha»e are oaa the B^mt aide 
of the spacecraft, they're subject to the saae kind of 
aadbient heat load; they'd probably be suS»Jected to Just 
about tbs aaae teagpersture. Also, these jartlcxilar 
thrusters are pretty far down the aaolfold. Kov, if the 
testpexature is a jooblCT and we (»a get the €AM5 Heaters 
to bring TCk Bo. 10 tenpersture ^ to aroiad 60 degrees 
or so, we'd like to fire up the ACNE agftlh ted try 7 emd 
8 in t^e Direct Modie to see if this is what the proiilem was. 
Oksy? 

05 24 0^ (X Geaini-5, Houston. Did you get that message? 
0? OS 24 07 C Ve missed your last one, over. 



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03 02 2^ 12 CC Okiy* Did, did ytm eft tkte QUe tbroster brief ins c^out 
03 02 2^ 16 C Wa 8&t iiwt * • * 

05 Cfi 2*f la OC Sofler. Ooiy, yoa got ia»t. B« «4iriMd th*t we're co»- 

• lot of drifting fli^t nsw li^ettuee we're not 
reftXly mre «bet tlM foel state isj yen knov, tfae different 
nixture retios ve get fton tiae different throstere. Bow 
do Tcnx feel about ependia^ a day- or two ia drlftlas fXi^t 
to aake smre ttot we got eamx^ faal for tiie last day or 
so and to keep down tbe vehicle ratM tbat we're going to 
get from the Hydrogen Test. 

03 02 2k k7 C Well, I doD*t know. Hadn't redly considered it. 

03 02 2J» 33 CC cacay. Veil, why don't you think ahout it Tot aidiile. It 

looks to down tere that mere aay ^ any one of a nuaber 
of things wztnig and if we're getting la« <m fuel, we don't 
want to run oat of fuel wi-Ui 3 days to go. We want to ssts 
some of the fuel to keep dovn rates due to the venting* 
So we don't vent to run the thing dry so fsr in advance. 

05 02 23 17 C All ri^, 

03 02 23 19 CC So, vimt you ou«^t to plan on tentatively is very few 

escperiwmts, probahly no experiaents for the next ^y or 
two, till we get a better handle ea lAat your fuel state 
is; and tten on the last day we can eacpect to power up and 
do soae worm Srd/D-13's and that type of thing. 

05 <e 25 1*0 C Oicay. 



CONFIDENTIAL 



COiiFSDEHTlKL 



I^g* 539 



05 oa 25 51 CC Okay, Q«8iai-5. We're ^ing mw. 

05 02 26 00 OC Scmslxni bare. Could yms. tell Miat your blue 

b«g sitiMi-tioc is. 
05 02 26 06 C Boser, It still hasn't chased. 
05 02 26 0^ CC Oh, very seed, very eiood. 

05 02 26 iV C * We Juat passed over tha U.S. aad vara driftlss slowly 

arewtd. The veather ia tdlte poretty there today. And we 
Just cave oVer Houston Just a fwr srooDda ago «id aav 
H<m8toD quite clearly. 

05 02 26 31 CC Qordo, tarre you ever been sble to see the Dooed Stadiim? 

05 02 26 34 C Ko, ve dlds't see the Ooned Stadlw this tine, either. 

05 02 26 39 CC Rog. 

05 02 26 ia C Very little or raall little ptfjfy csl avmttmd . . . and then 

ve vere drifting into a ftiirly good rate hax« too, which 
doesn't give us a great long look at aaythinf. 

05 02 26 53 CC Ofaay. 

05 02 26 55 C tfe Just vent on out past Floriita. 8av Florida. 

05 02 27 01 P Say, one thing, Jim, I'd like jrtu to eoasider on the last 

dya's worth of experiaents; fuel paxBitting^ let's sot 
load us too badly, thou£^, because we're going to have 
quite a reetoi^ge problem, you knew. 

05 02 27 1^ ^ Right, I imderstand tint. I set aside 3 hours prior to 
, retxoflre for our stowage. And it took us Just that long 



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to it. As a Mtter oi fact, ve vere « little rushed 
at about an hotir to go; ve still had aoma thiit^ out. 
So I tMnk laro^oably 3 hours vould be a epoi timo to use 
there. 

^Eliat vaa our feeling, that ve needed at least 3 hours. 
Okay. Veil, ^'t worry about tl»t. We tio&'t load you 
up so you can^t get all the stuff staved. 
Very good. 

We're >i^t over Key West now. It*s really a nice day 

down there, too. 

Boger. 

Sav the airfield at Key West. 

&ye you ever noticed Florida, the Gulf Coast, and the 
Atlantic Coast outlining those little puffy clouds lite 
we sav? 

Yes. It is right nov, 

Ihat*s really classical weather, isn't it? 

Yes, it sure is. Cai also see a big stora right down off 

the tip of Florida and the Gulf. 

Bog* Say, vere you ever able to see the eye of Doreen or 
does it just look like a big- 
Yes, got soHie pictures of it. 

Is the eye actually, does it actually locdc like as open 
spot or is it just all clouded over? 



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Qvaiiil-^, Houston asaln. Have you beeo able to see anythii 



of Australia yet in the daylight? 



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0$ OS -30 5^ CC Geaini-5* Housttn, bav« you bemi able to aee AustraUa 

Is the drnjiSi^t, yett 
0? 02 ^ 29 OG GAOni-^, BeitBtOB. 
05 OC 33^ 51 P Go absad^ Houston, 0«iiijal-5. 

03 OS 32 3^ CC texry said yaatarday at the |n«afi (Kjoference that 

after tlM uae of ywc blae baga, tdMa you gat back we'll 
have a xeal mllcstane. 

05 OS 32 ^ P Mgit* I B really Iceeplag my eye on iSien I My tbat. 

05 02 32 53 CC So irould I, Pete» ao vould I. 

cABiiytTQii, MtjamLik 

05 03 l'^ 56 G«minl*5, Cantarvoa. 

05 03 15 06 oe GemiBl-5> Canarvon CkP COM. 

05 03 15 15 P Qo ahead Caraarvosy GeiBini.-5* 

05 03 15 17 CG Roger> be adviaed we'd like for you to turn your P«el 

Call Secti^ 2 Power Switch OFF on xsy cue and alao turn 
OFF that Puap A la the Secondary Loop and I 11 go on to 
»^lAln lAy itttortly. 

05 03 15 38 P <aay. 

05 03 15 to CC Stud by <m that cntil we gat our atuBBariea out, 
05 03 15 ^ CC Okay, also be advised we have a aedical paaa on the 

ConKsd Pilot at Bawail and then A06 tine la lT:4l. 
0503155^ P Rogar. 17:la. 
05 03 15 58 CC Boger, 

05 03 16 13 CC Oitmjf would you go ahead and place Section 2 Power Switch 



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05 03 16 31 OC 

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OFF fltad tttna OFF the Punp A In Seeoatery Loop. 
Bo«^r, Riv»r Switch is OFF. Piaaji cm tba S«eaaiaary 
Loop Is 

O^y, i^MTt ve*re dolsig her« is — tbc best c(»putatloas 
at EottstoD (m the produced is runniag s^tout 0.03 to 
0.031 pouDds of vBter per sagp-hoar. And lAat this is 
giving them is it Bhovs that TSaak B vlll be out of 
drinking vater at about the end of the fli^t^ based 
upon the present pover consuoption. 
X see. » 

Okay, i^t they're gping to do la bring up Secticm 2 about 
- every SO hours until the Eg stops venting. And then they'll 
hove a look at that for one or two orbits* And if it has 
stai?rped vwrting at that tloe they'll leav« the Hg, they'll 
bring Section 2 up and leave it up for 6 to 10 hours and 
get an usae^ rate. And they'll recoeaute a vater usage. 
Then Idiey'll take the nater tisage rate they had earlier in 
the mission before the 'H2 venting-- and this is what I'm 
speaking of —and compute a new usage rate <m the total 
water production. 
Boger. 

Okay, we'U ccmtinue purging both sections on the present 
purge cycle. And Flight said they had worked out toob 
pover curves for your batteries toward the end of the 




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mission if necessary And they loc^ real good. And looks 

like they're going to try to nake it the 8 days. 

Rog. 

Okay, you got any giaestiona oa that readout? 

Ro, I don't beliere so. 

Okay. 

Oor status is Gre^i up here. 

Roger, looks good doim here also. 

Ve've jsat about a ainute to LOS. Standing by. 

Roger. 

Otramrvon CAP COM, is the Surgeon listening 
Bofee^, he's listening. 

Would the Surgeon ipaas on fron the Pilot to Doctors 
Bishop, Vrn^a, and tbirray Austin our regards ^Inset 
Roger, viUL do. 
fbank you. 

Ve'll see you tonorrov. 



HAKAII 

GffiBini-S this is fiavaii. We have a valid temperature; 
standing by for blood pressure. 

Genini-^; Bavsii Surgeon. Your cuff is full scale. 
Gemini-^, ve have a valid blood pressure. Give oe a sark 
vben you begin your exercise. 



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Greea on the ground. 


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Roger. Ail aystenis look Green here. Thank you. 


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CALIFOimiA 

05 03 50 1^3 CC Gemini-5, Gemini-5, this i« Houston. Be adviBed we don't 

have imcli- Infomtirai for you on this pass. I'm Just 
trmnsBitting in the blind; you needn't aoknowledge. We'll 
play you soiae busIc until we get Texas T/H acquisition 
than we'll bave you flip a few switches. You doxi't even 
have to bother coming up on transalt this pass. Here comes 
Idle ORisic now. 
M^IC (Dixieland) 
Soimding good. 
How do you like that, CT-5T 

GeBini-5, Houston here, I've got some switching posit ions 
that I'd like to have you go to. You don't have to 
acknowledge this. We'd like to have you put your Cryogenic 
Gaging Switch to ECS 03. 



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Geaiini-5, Houston here. We'd like to have you put yoiir 










Cryogenic Gaging Switch to ECS O2. 


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Roger- 


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cai, you're up. How did you like the music? 


05 03 


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It was great. 


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Listen, if we ever get throu^ with some switching here, 










we'll give you some wore. 


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Okay. 



05 03 56 57 CC How are your rates up there now? 
0^ 03 57 do P Chf about 3 degrees I guess. 

05 03 57 OC Oloi/y gage your Cryogcailc Gaging to Fmsl Cell Og. 

05 03 57 19 CC Otoy, we'd like to have you go to Fuel Cell Hg, 

05 03 57 23 C Okay, we get particles golsg by fWrly frequently, so I 

tiiink we're still venting a couple itou^. 
05 03 57 32 CC Oltey, you say things are going by quite often so you 

think you're still venting, right? 
05 03 57 37 C Roger. 

05 03 57 39 CC Okay. We ... you can go ... put your Cryogenic Gaging 

Switch back to OFT. Be advised that it nay be possible 
for you to get another fix on the storm Dqreen. 

05 03 57 51 C Okay. 

05 03 57 53 CC On Rev 79# at approxiaately 19:25:<X>, the center of the 

storm should be a little bit to the ri^t of your track or 
possibly directly belov the spacecraft, and if you can get 
a fix, we'd like to have the time that you passed over it 
and where you thought the center of the storm vae with 
respect? to you. 
Okay, we'll try. 
... (J in. 
Go ahead. 

Geadni-5, do you have anything else for Houston? 
No, I don't believe so. 



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05 03 58 38 CC Okay, if you don't have anythiiig else, we'll give you the 

Basic again, okayf 
05 03 58 32 C All right. 

05 03 56 33 CC Here we go. I'll test the husIc eowtact. 

05 03 58 38 CC Too late. 

05 03 58 39 CC MtBIC (Dixieland) 

COASXAL S£HFBY QUEBEC 
05 04 57 37 CC GeiBini-5, (SQ CAP COM. 
05 Ok 57 55 CC GeiBittl-5, C8Q CAP CC«. 
05 04 58 09 C Koger, CAP COM, Gemini- 5 here, over. 
05 04 58 12 CC Boger, Ge«ini-5. We'd like you to place your T/M Switch 

to REAL TBffi tt ACQ-AIS position, please. 
05 04 58 18 C Okay. 

0^ 04 58 23 CC And CSQ bas a block update for you. Let me know when 

you're ready to cojqr, over, 
05 04 53 29 C Copy. 
05 04 58 34 C We're ready. 

05 04 58 36 CC Boger. 81-3* 21:52:20, 14 plus 37, 19 plus 4l. 82-3, 

23:27:38, I3 plus 22, Ifi plus 35. 83-3, 01:02-52, 12 plus 
19, 17 plus 53. 84-BraTO, 02:38:41, 11 plus 34, I7 plus 
45. 85-Delta, 03:27:55, 19 plus 36, 2k plus 4o. Do you 
Copyt 

05 05 01 03 C Roger. 

05 05 01 04 CC Okay, be advised the weather is good in all areas and 



/:-orj for '.^•■'1 A ! 



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It's standard bank angles. Over* 
05 0^ 01 II C Bogtr* Weatiier good. Standard bask acglas. 

+ 

0^ 05 01 1^ cc Aad clao ba advised tbat if your Dalta-P ligbta on 

SttCtiOB 2 cone on you tiunild gp to the eroasoYer laomen- 
tarily, over. 

05 05 01 23 C Say assin. 

05 05 01 CC Boi^r. If Delta-P lii^ts come on in Section 2, you 

should opta the crosaovejr vaive mcwentariiy, over. 
05 05 01 32 C Okay, will do. 

05 05 01 36 C Will you pass back to MCC we have one Minor little 

difficulty and we think it's all ri^^it but they might 
Just be aware of it. A partial pressure of CO2 gage 
starts cl3rt?ingj and we increased the suit flow aM . . . 
the suit— decreased the suit tesperature and heat flow 
and rechecked if the gage went back down, and we iMve 
run a ECS O2 tank test ch3 it ^^ch shows that it is below 
U na of mercury. And the ^ge is surprisingly back down 
to xero point but they ml^t Just want this for infor- 
mational purposes. 

05 05 02 21 CC Roger. Copy. 

05 05 02 1*8 CC GeBsini-5, CSQ. 

05 05 02 51 C Co ahead, CSQ. ' 

05 05 02 53 CC Roger, Fll^t would like to know how higji the ECS Og rose. 
05 05 02 58 C When ire found it, it was up Just above 1 am of mercury. 



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Oemiiil-5, CSQ. 


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Go ahead. 


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ose of th« oarks la 10— is 1 nn. 


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CSQ copy. 


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Q«Biiu.-5f CSQ. 


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'gage works properly, over. 


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Ba, hi. Yes, veil we just wanted to i^heek It with the 








tape, irtilch kind of confljnaed. 


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Gemlnl.5> CSQ advises go to the COIMIBD position with the 








T/M Switch. Over. 


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G«KLBi-5, HAKall CAP COM. 
Ge Bkwli., 0«Bini.-5* 

Boger, ve*d Zllce to run a tsBt cm thruetcr 7 bi"^ 8. 
We*d lilce you to bring up tb« In tbe Pulse CoBtrol 

Mode and stabilise with tbe adapt«r teamed tbe sun without 
uslzig your yav thrusters. 
05 05 18 39 C Okay, Wll do tbat. 

05 05 18 41 OC Okay, we'd like you to fire tbe thrusters 7 and 8 In the 

DLnot Control Mode for about one second each and evaluate 
tbe perfonaance* 

05 05 18 ii8 C Okay. 

05 05 18 50 CC We'd like you to do ti»t at Guaynas. 
05 05 IB 53 C You want us to do tbat at Gwyoast 
05 05 IB 55 CC That's sffiraativa. 
05 05 18 56 C Oktty, fine. 

05 05 18 57 CC ffltay, aad as soon as you are f lulled tbm evaluation ve*d 

like you to power down again* 
05 05 19 C Okay. 

05 05 19 12 C We still are apferratly renting ^uite a bit because our 

drift rates hSTe gotten tg> to arotuid 6 degxvea per seocad 
and toDibllng. 

05 05 19 20. CC Ro^r. 

05 05 21 25 CC We'd like you to start stabilising about now, Gemlni-5* 



age 552 

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05 05 21 ^3 CC Geaini-5» lauvii CAP COH. 



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Q«Biiil-5» GeKifil-5j Houston. 

G«mlni-5, Gtmjal'^f this is Houst<»i> over. 
GeBiai-5, G«adiii-5# HouatoB. 
Go ftheadf Eouston^ Qealnl-5> 

Ro^r, tumre fou sterted to slov dovn yoiir nrte nov and 
sta1»lllM vlth tb« Mtapter tovurd the sun? 
05 05 25 38 C We're just stsrting. 

05 05 25 39 OC 01cay> very eopd. We'd Hke to hsve you turn 00 your 

T/M at 19:26. We're going to Beal Time and Acqalsltion 
ri^ nov. We'd like td have you turn it hack to caM^ 
at 19:3^ if ve haren't told you to do it hy then. 

05 05 26 01 C Okay. 

05 05 26 03 CC Vbmt'60 you think of those tuabling rates that you've 

aot oo«? We^d like your opinion of titiea* 

05 05 26 08 C Well, they're getting mj? a little hit high, tot they 

aren't too had yet* 

05 05 26 19 CC <^y* fbat do you think you can lire vith, abont twice 

that iBueh, or ^ Bare, or a little bit sore, or i^tt 

05 05 26 ^ F ^it a minute, ve'pe just daasplng things dovn. 

05 05 26 33 C Just a seocmd, we're daaiping* 

05 05 26 35 OC Okay* Eov are these other thrusters working, Goxnio? 



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•botit one Mcoid on each en* ai^ ve vant your evaXtia'tion 










of thalr perfonaayca^ but ve*ll call you aod tell you 










wen we* got good T/M. we'd ioke to mtch thAt T/M 












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Bi^er, no Joy on tbat one either* Ve'd like to have you 










^ to CatQWSD and try. Rate Cooazid jaov, GeBa)ii-5, 










in yav left. 


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05 05 28 Hi C Ho. 7 i« (Htt bow and nothing in Mo. 7. 

05 05 28 *t9 CC Oacsy» you can «h««d mai. power b«ck dawn; ve'il think 

sooe vor* h^e* 
05 05 ^54 C All rigjit. 

05 05 ^ 57 CC Don't fors«t to gam your T/M off, ju«t a second, we'll 

if ve }»9d anyaore. Okay, it om for a couple 

of wore BiButaa and I'll give you anotber call. 
05 05 29 06 C 0»ay. 
05 05 29 23 P Bouatffli, G«Ktiil-5. 
05 05 29 a6 CC Go ahead. 

05 05 29 28 P We paased ... 19:2^t^5, 20 milee north. of track. 

05 05 29 35 CC Roger, 19!2Jt:l*5, 20 ailes north of your treek. 

05 05 29 50 CC O^ini-5, louaton. We'd like to verify that the circuit 

hreakera %rent on teid stayed on lisjm you placed thea ^p 

te tto €tt position. 
05 05 29 58 C Yea, they were and they stayed on. 

05 05 3& 01 CC OlD^, 

05 05 31 01 CC e«ainl-5, Houstcm. Are hoth of ytmr ciroult hreakers 

gpen at this tiaat 

05 05 31 0^ C Boger, 7 «»d 8 circuit breakers ate open at this time. 
05 05 31 08 CC catay, very good. 

05 05 31 11 C We are reading MZi an fuel cell hydrogwa at the poresent 

tiaa. 

05 05 31 18 CC Boger, undarstaad kS^k oa fuel cell hydrogen. 



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jroa last. 


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G«Ktsl-5> Hooston, you can put yocer T/M Svlteb back to 








GCMflKD noir. 


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a Bap opdata* Ara you raady to eo^y? 


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A1k> Houatoa adriaaa ve let you contlnae to conserve fuel 








and oialy daap out the rate* lAien you feel they're beconing 








uuaceeiyyible, iften you do bring up the iUSS^ they'd like 








you to go throu^ any alternate procedures you can think of 








to get tbe*1diruatcra back in. Over. 


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05 06 35 27 CC Also, there's a sli^t cbttage on the Delta-P lig^t on 

fi?ocediii«. If you ^et « Delta-? U^t^ l^cy^d like you 
to tum OD tl» CroMorer Vklve Svlteb, then perform a 
•hert p^ge cm Section 2 to reset the xvsolaters. Over. 
Roger, tm4Usr stand go to Crossover and do a abort purge 
on 2. 

Sbat's afflraativcy aod ve*d like aa axperliarait status if 
you have it ready; If not, Hawaii vlU copy. Over. 
Boe^T, ve'll get to ^wali. 

OealBi-5, CSQ has nothing further; we* re slaindlsg hy. 
Geelni-5, CSQ, 
Go ahead, CS(i, Geainl-5* 

Be>g«r, Just to adriae you that you are shoving up bri^^t 
a^in today at ahout 30 degree elemtlon angle. 
Ob, v«ry gpod, thank you. 
GeKLBi-5> CSQ. 
60 ahead. 

Bogez*. 1^ Surgeoos vould like to kiusv if you did any 
ncereiaes or exerted yourself at the beginning of the 
pass. Over. 

Seeative, did they ask If they had scared me a little bit 
... aslaep.* 
05 06 38 3!^ CC CSQ, Roger. 



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Iftwil's ready to copy. 






note: Voice conMata overrlddeo by iwlse tixroug^ 








this tijBe: 05:06:52:(^ to 05tO6i52j^3 


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So. 2. Oxygen OH Mo. 1. Complete on 16. 1 on ozyg» 








(^ygen OB cm lo. 2, seccmd. liov. Qxy^n Is OFF (m 








seceod. lov. 


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HOSE KlfOT ViaOR 


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G«Kini.5, BKV GAP Ct»4. 


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Roger. Your s^vteas arc sU Green, 00 mi the ground. 


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Okay, Ve'rs (» tbe Green here. 


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Boger. We'd llJce to confim that your QAMS Hater 



Circuit RTMker Is closed. 



05 07 12 57 P tet's Cterli«. It Is cloMd. 

05 07 13 00 OC f>C^» We'd like an experlsKot atstus from you at this 



05 07 13 05 ? (toy. Besdj to cop/t 
05 07 i3 06 CC Bttger, 

05 07 13 07 P Experivttkt status as ot 05:21:00:00. UBF fast lios. 1, 

2, 3 and 6 coo^lete, IVl seqtaanca 1^ 2 and 3 couplet*. 
I>-2, taetis^. 1^6, 72 pictures. D-4/&.7, the follcnrlBg 
aa^uenees are conrpiete: li05, li08, k09, kia. Still copy? 

05 07 15 OC Boger. 

05 07 13 ^3 P ^lOi^ 'tKffif ^11> ^1^7 ^3A, li23 Bravo, ^iiA, 

425A. Cto D.V^7 ve have 16 ainutas of record time left. 
05 07 1^ 10 CC 16t 
05 07 1^ 11 C Biat's affiiaative. 

05 07 1^ l4 . P Tasting D-13» we've completed to date all osboarA Pli^t 

Plaa teats. 
05 07 l'» 22 CC Hog. 

05 07 li^ 23 P Od S-1 it ia eoa^lete. On S-5/6^ va^ve tak« three 

■agasinaa* worth and have over 210 pictures. On S-7 
vi'vtt takes 23 pictures , which incloie ei|^t groups of 
elmds plus the ealibratios card pictures. M-1 ei^riiauit 
hroke at o4h}0!00;00, give or t»ka a coupie of hours. 

05 07 15 02 OC Ubst the miolwr of that oue agaia? 

05 07 15 05 P Smj a^in. 



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♦ho Pilivfc.' Uie CoBHBnd. Pila'fc has lued. 'tSten ■ few 'blaieB 










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Cai 'the Aiiollo I^fidBATlcs. we haw 'E^i'toonrfaed ^07. 208. 












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C^iblB T."igt»+<ngj run four surveys. 


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Cto ±fae (^bin T.i otrt^ng. ve have four surveva. 


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On the win iawter caacra ve've taken one and a quarter 








Baags^lBes. We have two and three t^uvrter nagazioes left. 








With regurd to reaarka^ the D-6, we're almoat out of 








film 3k)l. 


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05 07 i6 a? CC Bog. 

05 07 16 27 P ThatU it. 

0^ 07 16 28 CC (Say. ^OiMt size fxls vas It you give ae i&ere you bad 

two and -titiree ^^oart^ aagazinea laftT 
05 07 16 36 P l6o«, 
05 07 16 37 CC Ri^t. Tbmnk. you. 

05 07 16 4o C We have also taken about 50 S-5/S-6 pfcotograpbs witfe the 

extra 55Dn film pack. 
05 07 16 5^ CC Roger. Well, that's the status . 

05 07 17 10 CC Okay. C(mld you give ue the scorea froa your vision teat. 
05 07 17 1^ P OJay, I 11 get you one here, here's only one that you 

haven't gotten. 
05 07 I7 .19 CC Okay. 

05 07 17 29 P Okay. last night at 05 days 08 houra liO minutes the 

» 

Conaand Pilot had tta vrong and on iiiat M-9; the scores 
were 95, 55, 9K 96, 96. 
05 07 17 50 CC Roger. 

05 07 17 52 P On lie Pilot, the S-8/D-.13 were si* wrong. M-9 scorea were 

95, 93, 92, 98, 98. 

05 07 Id 0^ CC Good. We'd alao likt to get an evalioition of the laode of 

failure tm the tape recorder and appr^iaately vimt time 
it happ«ied, 

05 07 Id 15 P We don't teve any idea time it happened because 

ve Juat realized that wa'd done a lot of talking on the 



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tape and hadn't gotten a record Xl^t, and it ahould 
stop running. 



05 07 


18 


26 


oc 


Soger. lAuierstand. 


05 or 


19 


05 


cc 


GeBlni-5, RK? CAP COM. We liave nothing else for you 










tbla pass* We'll be stuadlng by^. 


05 07 


19 


10 


c 


Okay, fine.' ISumk jpou. ... 
» 










CQASIAL SEHTRY QllRRBf! 


OS o8 


08 


J* 


cc 


GoBini-S. ^SA. 


OS ofi 


08 




p 

-* 


This Is Gemini*^ i£o abMd CSO. 


OS o8 


06 


J f 


cc 


Soizer. we hAVft von GO on 'tJie ffroutid. And Sdus^qs Advlfieft 










OB "fcAse xvcai^dAT* "nrohi^n. CcanTijns tJi^'t. T^f^ Vcu 










circuit breaker is closed and also trv f^hiitiging the taiae 












OS o8 


08 


S2 






OS o8 


08 


ss 


cc 


RaffAZ*. Thev'd. aXso Xlke to know lAiAt cabin Xlffhiis vou 










have on* 


05 oa 


09 


00 


■p 


conflgaraticai x^ight now, ve hare Just one li^t on. 


05 od 


09 


06 


cc 




05 08 


09 


09 


p 


Rl^ty rii^t pilot's li|^t. 


05 08 


09 


u. 


cc 


Copy. 


05 08 


09 


59 


cc 


Gesini-5, C9^. 


05 08 


10 


02 


p 


Go ahead. 


05 08 


10 


03 


cc 


Roger. We'd like yonr QAMS Heater circuit breaker on at 



this tiae if it's not already on. Over. 



I 



Page 



05 08 


XO 


08 


P 


• • ■ 


05 08 


10 


13 


P 


Roger. It's b«en cm since this Bornlne* 


05 08 


10 


16 


CC 


C9Q copgr* 


05 06 


10 


38 


CC 


C3i4 ooxn iTig rurxavr* we're s^nmng 0/4 


05 Oo 


Uj 


111 


TO 


«- • a 












05 08 


26 


Ik 


CC 


a«lnl-5, Eawsii CAP COM. 


05 08 


26 


17 


p 


Go ^««d, EavBli. 


05 08 


26 


18 


CC 


BoetT, systesfflB are GO. We'd like o qiaaatlty read 










of Fual Cell V^. Just put the switch orer; you don't 










hsve to give us a reading. 


05 08 


27 


Ok 


CC 


Would you go back to ECS O2 plceseT 


05 08 


27 


3k 


CC 


CHaty, you can pat the switch to OFF now. 


05 08 


23 


29 


CC 


^3* are your rates doing, Gemini-57 


05 08 


28 


36 


CC 


Genini*5> how are your rates doin^ 


05 08 


29 


08 


p 


Havaii, 0«aini-5. Do you read? 


05 08 


29 


10 


oc 


I read you loi»l and clear. 


05 68 


29 


12 


p 


OiDay> the rates are about 6 degrees per second. 


05 08 


29 


Xk 


CC 


Roger. 


05 08 


29 


18 


p 


That's cmlj of one axis. 


05 08 


29 


21 


CC 


Wilch onef 1 


05 08 


29 


22 


p 


Wall^ 1±M v^ide is tumbling and it chains axis, bu1 










tbit's the 'big rotation. 


05 08 


29 


28 


CC 


Okay. 



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0^ 08 29 ^ P It's aoatly Ib pitch with a littXe yaw. 
05 06 29 35 CC aoger. 

05 08 29 ^5 CC Bant do you TeeX about those ratea, Pete? 

05 08 29 47 P Thay*rc all ri^t. 

05 08 29 i»9 CC Sbey don't bother jrou? 

05 08 29 50 P Ho. 

0^ 08 31 00 P YcHi ready lawall? 

05 08 3X OC Eoser. 

0$ 08 31 03 P Eov mch electrical power do yoa rtiov us drawing down 

therel 

05 08 31 06 CC 9tasd by. 

05 o3 31 13 CC 15 aiq>s on sain bus. 

05 08 31 16 P Okay. 

BOSE KNOT VICTCa 
03 08 ^ U3 CC Qenlni-^, Bp CAP COM. 
0^0& k6 k6 P Oq ^tead, BKV. 

05 08 ^6 ^ CC I have soae Fli^t Flan updates for you. You can 

aclmowledge nhen you're ready to copy. 
05 08 it6 52 P All right. 
05 08 ^ 56 P 6eaial-5, ready to copy, 

05 08 ^ 58 CC Boger. Cabin Lighting, 5:23:59:26. Heads dovn. 3-8/D-13, 

6t01: 50:00* sequence 01 and 02. Bosinal. 
05 08 U7 29 P Roger. 

05 08 U7 30 CC J(SC-i, 6:05:20:00 nominal. 



Pige 56U 



0^ 0& h3 P Soger, 

05 08 47 CC We would like for you to open your CAMS Heater circuit 

breaker for about 30 aeeoocte so we can get ecwie readouts. 
05 06 1*7 52 P Boger, Heater circuit breaker is coming off, now. 
05 06 U7 57 CC Boger. 

05 08 13 CC Geaini-5, you nay close the circuit breaker at this t^. 
05 08 1*8 17 P Roger. Close. 

05 08 1*8 19 CC fioger, thank you. All systems real good on the ground. 

We have nothing else for you. We'll be standing by. 
05 08 i*8 25 P Boger. We're standing by. 



CQASIAL SEHTEy QUEBEC 
05 09 i^3 1*7 CC G€Biiii-5, CSQ CAP CO*. 
05 09 52 I* Go ahead, CSQ. Cfcsnifti-5 here. 

05 09 tt3 54 CC Roger. We have you GO cm the grofund, and we'd iiJte to 

advise ywi to delete the Cabin Lifting Survey that vas 
scheduled, the next scheduled one. We'd like a reading 
of the nuri>er of head«-iq? and niaiber of hes^-down Burveys 
you've takes. 

05 09 II P So far they're all either heads-iQ) or tvmibling. 
05 09 M» 16 CC Roger, copy. Could you give me the na»ber of each, 

please? 

05 09 i^U Us P Two heads-np and two drifting. 

05 09 1*5 CC C<^. And we'd also like to remind yc«i that you have a 

medical data pass over the RK? in the next rev, the time 
00:21:32. Over. 

05 09 1*5 05 P 00:21:32. 

05 09 1*5 07 CC That's affirm. 

05 09 li5 12 P Oki^, you can advise Flight that our tisiisling rate is now 

8 Agrees. 

05 09 19 CC Cosy, rate's now 8 degrees. Is that affirm? 
05 09 45 22 P Affirm. 

09 k3 2k CC RogOT. We have nothing further. Standing- by. 
05 09 ^5*29 P Boger, we're standing by. 
05 09 H5 33 CC That's afflrxaative. 



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ROSE KHOT VICTOR 

05 10 22 OU CC We have a valid oral tmp. Standing by for your blood 

pre»«ure. 

05 10 22 CC GeBini-5, this is RKV Surgeon, Yoxu* cuff is full scale. 

05 10 22 55 CC Gemini-5, we have a good blood pressure. Give me a mark 

when you begin exercise, please. 
05 10 23 50 CC (5«aini-5, we have a good blood pressure. Standing by for 

your water report. 
05 10 2U 08 CC G«iini-5, RKV' Surgeon, do you res^? 
05 10 2k 21 CC GeiriJai-5, this is RKV. Will you bring up your UHF 

tranad-tter? 

05 10 2k 31 P Roger, PKV . . . our water is 27 pounds 6 ounces . . . 

05 10 2k kl CC Repeat, pl«tae. 

05 10 2l* U2 P 27 pounds 6 ooncee. 

05 10 2^ %5 GC Thanlt you, I read. 

•05 10 2U 52 P ,..3 Charlie 05:17:00:00. 

05 10 25 00 CC 3 Charlie; please repeat tine. 

05 10 25 05 P O5i17jOO;0O. 

05 10 25 06 CC Roger, thani you. FJW Surgeon out. 

05 10 25 Ik CC GeBdni-5, this is RKV CAP CCW. I have a nap and star and 

tracking task update for you. Acknowledge lAi&n. you're 
ready to copy. 

05 10 25 21 P Roger- Ready to copy. 



05 10 25 




cc 


Ibp, 00:51:25. Longitude 1 lU.5 dcgreta East. Rev 83. 








Star, 00i51:25 , 00:08:52, S-7, 02:5$;U©, Biequeace 1, 








if possible. Do you copy? 


05 10 26 


17 


p 


Roger. I have a message for you to relsqr to Boustcm. 


05 10 a6 


25 


p 


And you can call it power tap 06:0£>j 10:00. We powered 








up tbe ACME inverter, Uie ACME bias pover, the rate 


« 






gyros, the FBI's for 3 ainutes to kill off the 8 degree 








rate, axtd powered l^ack. dcwn. 


05 10 a6 


I46 


cc 


Could you tell xe again vhat you povered up, pleeise? 


05 10 26 


U7 


p 


ACME ijnrerter, AC3IE bias power, rate gyros, the FDI's, 


05 10 26 


56 


cc 


Roger, under stafid. Copy. 


05 10 27 


20 


p 


BKV, that S-7 was C«:59:^» i« that correct? 


05 10 27 




cc 


That's affiraative. 


05 10 27 


27 


p 


OScay, we're standing by. 


05 10 27 


29 


cc 


Roger, we're standing by here for you. All systenafl are 








OX} tlic ^^Qmid. d 


05 10 27 


36 


p 


Could you tell ne what the radiator outlet tenperature 


05 ID 27 


1 ^ 

1*5 


cc 


Zero degrees. 


05 10 27 


1*7 


p 


What's the ... 


05 10 27 


50 


cc 


Say again. 


05 10 27 


53 


p 


What is the radiator inlet ten^erature? 


05 ID 26 


01 


cc 


We're getting 31 psia, puBi?> inlet pressure. 


05 10 28 


09 


p 





COASTAL SHiTFY QUEBEC 



05 11 1? 


55 


cc 


G^Blnl-^^ CSQ, 


05 11 18 


02 


cc 


UdBUU'^f wb^. xou are \3^J on une ^rauncii aiui ve are 








S'tandliig by for a fuel cell purge. Overt 


05 11 18 


09 


c 


Roger. We're GO up here ... purge ftiel cell ... 


05 11 18 


17 


c 


Sl^ana ror Hp no. x. narK. 


05 11 10 


33 




fjULDu oy xor nOr astk. 


05 11 18 


52 


G 


bt^ano. tjy ror oxygen purge ito. l. nars. 


05 11 21 


01 


c 


No. 1 Og purge conipiexe. otanci tsy ror no. narjc. 


05 11 22 


02 


CC 


GeBiIu.-7, CSQ. 


05 11 22 


OU 


c 


Go ahead, CS14. 


05 11 22 


06 


cc 


Could you give us the voltage reaolngE on dh, do ana 








2C; please? Over. 


05 11 22 


12 ■ 


c 


Roger. Wait until I finish -Uie purge here. 


05 11 22 




c 


Roger. All three of them are better than 33 volts. 


05 11 22 


37 


cc 


Copy above at 33 volts. And I have SMie information 








you to copy if you're ready. 


05 11 22 




c 


Okay. Jttst a Boment. Go ahead. 


05 11 22 


1^ 


cc 


Okay. Tropical depreasic»i located 21 degrees North, 



degrees East, time of closest appr<»ch 01:27:00. Like a 
description, ixssitionary report, presence of an eye and 
so forth, if you are in proper attitude. Don't use any 
fuel. Over. 
05 11 23 12 C C*ay. 



05 


11 


59 12 


P 


05 


11 


59 15 


CC 


05" 


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05 


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59 35 


cc 



• Page 569 



05 11 23 17 C Fuel cell is purged ccffl5>lete and . . . off. 

05 11 23 25 CC esq. Copy. 

ROSE KNOT VICTOR 

05 11 57 13 CC Roger. We bave a PEA update for you. .Acknowledge when 

you are ready to copy. 
05 11 57 18 P Okay. Ready to copy. 

05 11 57 25 CC Area 86-Delta, 05:05:28. 17 plua 22 plus 31. 87-2, 

06:*tO:52, 16 plus 2k^ 21 plus 15. 88-2, 08:l6:i*9, 
lU plus 52, 19 plus 50. 89-1, 09:39:09. 16 plus 30, 
21 plxis 25. Area 90-1, il:15j07. 1^ plus 58, 
19 plus 56. All bSLnk angles reoain the sane, roll left 
51, roll right 69. "Rie weather ia good in all areas. 
Roger. Would you gire us the first one? I didn't get 
the first <Hie at all. 

Roger. 86-Delta, 05:05:08, 17 pltis U8, 22 plus 31. 
Okay. Got them all. 

Roger. We would like to remind you to radnd the Comsiand 
Pilot he has a medical data pass over the CSQ on Rev 8h. 
I'll give you the time: 02:50:52. 
05 11 59 50 C Roger. Thank you. 

05 11 59 52 CC Okay. We'd also like to know if you noted any sluggishness 

in your thrusters vhen you were daatping out your rates up 
there . 



Bagc 570 



05 12 00 01 C They didn't seem too »pee«ty, but they sewaed to «ove 

fairly well. 

05 12 00 06 GC lto4er«t«nd, Itot too speedy. 

05 12 00 11 CC We'd also like teJ know if you noted that tropicad atora 

around Wake Island.. 
05 12 00 l6 C Affiraative. We diid.. It Ta&i. a ceaiter eye to it. 

05 12 00 20 CC Roger. Can you describe it in any way? 
05 12 00 23 C It was (julte large and . . . 

05 12 00 29 CC Eoger. 

05 12 00 33 C It looked like it was cm the build rather than . . . 

It lo<Aed like itwaa Just starting to really build. 
05 12 00 UO CC Understand. 

05 12 00 53 CC Well ... That's all we have from here. This is RKV, 

We will be standing by. 
05 12 00 57 C Pine. Oliank you. 

CQASTAL SENTRT QUEBEC 
05 12 52 19 CC Goaini-5, CS^. Have you GO on the ground, and we have a 

valid tea5>erature . Standing by for blood pressure. 
05 12 52 31 CC GeiBlni-5, CSQ Surgeon and blood pressure cuff on full 

scale. 

05 12 53 10 CC GeJBini-5, CBQ Surgeon. We have a veaid blood pressure. 

Give ffle a Bark when you begin exercise. 
05 12 53 2k C Ready, mark. 



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xtxabtacB ob lt-9 were 91» 91, 92* 92, 


05 


12 


56 11 


CC 


Roger, understand ei^t wrong, 9I» 91* 9^* 92, and 92. 


05 


12 


56 16 


c 


Roger. 


05 


12 


56 18 


CC 


I'll turn you ov&r to CAP CCM now. 


05 


12 


56 20 


c 


catay. 


05 


12 


36 22 


CC 


Gemini -5 » CSQ, I have the map \q)date if yoa're ready to 



copy- 



05 12 


56 


76 


c • 


Roger, go. 


05 12 


56 


28 


cc 


Boeer. Map, 05:l9i09. Longitude 5^ degree West, Rev 86. 










Star^ 05:19:09. 00-03-20 rig^t ascenaion. 


05 12 


57 


Ok 


c 


Okay, fine. 


05 12 


57 


11 


cc 


(£Q has nothiag furtber» standing by. 


05 12 


57 


lU 


c 


All right, fine, Thaak yaa. 










ROSE KNOT VICTCa? 


05 13 


31 


37 


cc 


lOCV CAP COM, all systens are GO cai the ground. We have 










nothJfeg for ytm this pass. We'll be standing by. 


05 13 


31 


US 


c 


Roger, RKV CAP COM, Oe«ini-5. Everything looks good up 










here. 


05 13 


31 


U7 


cc 


Roger . 










COASTAL SENTPy QXIEHEC 


05 li» 


26 




cc 


Gcadjii-5, CSQ has you GO on the ground. We have nothing 










for you this pass. Standing by. 


05 li» 


26 


55 


c 


Roger, CSQ, I read you. 






■ 




msi latoT vicTOE 


05 15 


07 


Ok 


cc 


G«Bini-5, RKV CAP COM. 


05 15 


07 


08 


c 


Roger EKV CAP COM, G«aBini-5. 


05 15 


07 


10 


cc 


Roger. All systems are GO on the ground. We have nothing 










for you this pass. We'll be standing by. 


05 15 


07 


15 


c 


Okay, fine. 1!hank you. 



P»8« 573 



CAOUff ISLAHDS 

05 15 28 12 CC GeKini-5, this i» Canary GAP COM. We tere nothing for 

you (HI this pa«8. You are looking good on the grotiiui. 
05 15 ^ 26 C ROg, Canaries. G«ttlnl-5 hexe. Hiank you very «ich. 

05 15 28 35 CC Hoger. 

KOSl KHDT VICTCSt 
05 16 in 1*5 CC G«adBi-5, BKV CAP CCK. 
05 16 1»2 10 C Roger, Gemini-5 here^ RKV. 

65 16 k2 13 CC Soger, all systeaas are good tx& the ground. We have nothing 

else for you at this tijse. We'll be standing by. 
05 16 18 C Okay, Tcry fine. Thank you. 

05 16 ^ 20 CC Roger. 
05 l€ k2 k3 CC G€Bini-5, RKV CAP COM. 
05 16 1»2 i»6 C Go ahead, BKV. 

05 16 U2 CC How are yoar rates doing by now? 

05 16 1*2 50 C Roger, ire iust dashed them again at about 20 minutes ago. 

I powered vqp and I redcaqped and the rates went itp to 

about 12 degrees per second, 
05 16 U3 07 CC itoger, imderatand. How did it feel at 12 degrees? 
05 16 l^3 lU C A little bit high. Sot too bad, but I thought we'd get 

better heating as sowi as I start daa^ping them down. 
05 16 lf3 2k CC Roger, understand. I was just curious as to ^ust how they 

felt to you at 12 degrees. 



05 1j6 43 30 C BosN^f I couldn't really feel it apecifical^jr ... 

accept that a lot of this stuff floating arottud would get 

sluag to t^e Bides of the pockplt. 
'05 16 1*3 Ul (X Roger, understand. Thwnk you. 
05 16 i»3 48 C, We had to power up for about 1 ainut* there ... AC 

pover yxp in the adapter . . . dam and bac^ off it. 
05 16 %3 56 a: Roger, thank you. 

CAHARY ISLAiroS 

05 17 01 5^ CC GM£tni-5, this is Canary CAP C(M, We have nothing 

for you. Standing by. Everything looics good on the 
grotmd. 

05 17 02 31 P fiog, Canary, Coaini-S. Everythii^ is fine here. 

05 17 02 35 CC Roger. 

CARKABVQS 

02 17 38 09 CC Ge«dni-5, Carnarvon CAP CCM. I have a Flight Plan 

tqpdate. Are you prepared to copy? 
Boger', wait one, 

Good noming, Camaiyon, Genini-^ here. Beady to co;^. 
Good morning. C^ay, first item S-d/S-13 sequence Bo, 01 
and 02. Besarks, increase to three tliaes daily as time 
pemLtB. Hext itea D-4/D-7, 08;4ljl6, sequence Hb. hl7, 
klQ and klk. Kemarks, experiaeit recorder cm 3 minutes 
mfiYlamw. Hezt Itesi, S-?, Sierra ^, 08;l»5sOO, sequmce 



05 


IT 


38 16 


P 


05 


17 


38 ^7 


P 


05 


17 


3^ 50 


CC 



Pfcge 575 



No. 02. Next itaa S-8/D-13, 09:li**.06, Sequence No. Ok. 

Renao-ks, pitch down 30, yaw right 2 degrees. Okay, 

continue to make visual and photo passes if possible without 

using fuel. Do you copy? 
05 17 UO U3 P ... and on the D-VD-7 would you give ae the time again? 

6^ n kO U6 CC Itoger. Tine was 08 hours hi sainutes l6 seconds. 
05 17 1|0 57 P Okay. That's it, huht 

05 17 50 59 CC That's it. Houston will give you more i^ates on Rev 88. 
05 17 Ul 06 P Roger. 

05 17 *»1 09 CC Looks like we're going to give you a chance at this Visual 

Acuity pattern down at Woodly on n«ct pass. 
05 17 ^1 15 P Ri^t. 

05 17 Ul 17 CC Got a beautiful day down here. Hope you happen to be 

in attitude. 
05 17 ^1 20 P So do we. 

05 17 U3 20 CC We got about a minute to LOS. Standing by. 
05 17 23 P Roger. 

05 17 **3 3^ P What chance we had to look at you, we were pointed stral^t 

up. 

05 17 U3 38 CC CSi, great. Hope you're pointed straight down next pass. 

Or almost straight down. 
05 17 M» li^ CC GeBdni-5, Carnarvon. Okay. Use no fuel for the experiments 
05 17 Mfr 19 P Roger. 
05 17 21 CC Boger. 



.HOUSTOH 



05 18 


2U 


26 


cc 


G«iitliii-'5 . Houston CAP COM Over 


05 18 


24 


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05 18 


26 


26 


CC 


Rog. Did you copy the first B-k/lt-l I read? 


05 18 


26 


30 


p 


No. 


05 18 


26 


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Boger. D-VD-7 at 10:27:00, sequaace No; klQ and klj. 










JlesarXs, recorder cm 3 Mnutes naxinai. 11:29:00, 






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sequence Ho. 01. S-6, 13:22:00, sequence Ho. 07. 


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HouEton, say again. 


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Roger. S-6, 13:22:00, sequence No, 07. 



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05 l8 27 38 CC 35:00, sequence No. 02, D-6, iki^St^^t sequence No. 05, 

Mode Ko. 08, pitch 30 dawn, yaw 06 left, speed 60. If 
coa^leted, notify ground aa soon &s posslbXe. 

05 18 28 23 P Say sigain after S-6, Houston. I haven't read anything tmtil 

just the very eratof your message. 

05 18 26 30 CC C»tay. Evidently it's too hard to copy. We'll let 

Carfaarvon pass then up. (Mtay? 

05 18 ^ 35 P Yott're craning in loud and clear now. 

05 18 28 39 CC Okayt give us about 10 seconds each on the quantity read 

ECS O2, Fuel Cell O2 and Fuel Cell And you don't 

have to read out the onboards. 

05 18 28 50 P Okay. 

05 18 28 52 CC And ve'll get you a ftiel cell purge at Carnarvon. 
05 18 28 55 P Catay, 

05 18 28 57 CC Okay, we*U go on after the S-6. S-5 had 13:35:00. 

Sequence No. 02. D-6, llf:33:5^, sequence No. 05. Mode 
Ho. 08, pit<di ^ down, .yaw 06 left, speed 60, If convicted, 
notify ground as soon ae possible. Are you copying all 
ri^t now? 

05 18 29 ^7 P Yes. 

05 18 29 ^7 CC Okay. Nert item. D-6, llt:36:00, sequence Ho. 135. Pitch 

30 down, yaw 07 right. Report on observation, 
05 18 30 lit P Say again. 



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05^18 30 i6 CC On the last one it was report on your observations an. 

the D-6. Did you copy the re«t of it? 
05 18 30 22 P I need the yaw. 

05 18 30 2U CC Yaw 07 right. 
05 18 30 31 P And report dh ob«ervatioii. 

05 18 30 34 CC That's affirsaitive. D-6, lU:31:0e, sequence Ho. 21. 

Made So. 08, pitch 30 down, yaw 07 left, speed 60. 
05 18 31 05 P Copy. 

05 18 31 06 CC S-6, lU: 50:00, sequence 06. Reasarks, south of track. 

S-5, 15:10jOO, sequence No. 02. D-6, l6:08s09, 

science No. 05, pitch 30 down, yasr 15 left. If coBq)leted, 

notify ground as soon as possible. 

05 18 31 55 P What's the a>ode nuatber? 

05 l8 31 57 CC Negative laode number. We'll pass up a correction on 

that when you get to Carnarvon. I don't have the speed 
jxvaber either. 

05 18 32 09 P Elliot there? 

05 18 32 11 CC Ceo ahead. Roger. Be advised we're reading. 

05 18 32 ll* P What's the story on the I^? I got it going off the 

bottom of the peg at the end of 7 days. 
05 18 32 20 CC Rog, Be advised we're reading suit teB^teratures up to 

about 70. You got any eca^ent aa that? 
05 18 32 25 P That's where they are. It's cold In here. 

05 18 32 27 CC- Okay. Understand. 
05 18 32 30 C Everything's freezing up. 



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Rog. Negative sweat on the It's okay. Pete, 

the usage rate on that will level off as you go aic«jg 
here. 

. . . for days ... 
Say again. 

/ 

You've been saying that for days and it hasn't. 
You haven't gotten to the level off point yet. 
Okay. 

It's 10% above the estiEiate right now. 

Okay, we al>out h^ LOG. We'll get the rest of it up to 

you at Carnarvon. 

Roger. I read you loud and clear. 

All right. We have no special instructions for you this 
pass. We're standing by. 

Roger. We have a minute and a half to acquisition. 
Boger. 

CAMKT ISLANDS 
GeBlni-5, this is Canary CAP CC94. We have nothing for 
you. Everything looks good frcai h^e. 
Roger, Canary, Gemini-5's GO here. 
Roger. 

CAHN&EVON 
GeaBini-5, Carnarvon CAP CCM. 



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Qoms in, Gamarvcai. 

Roger. We'd like a fuel cell purge on section 1 eoad 2. 

We're valting for your mark. 

Roger. CoHBencing i^drogen purge tm 1 now. 

Hydrogtti pfurge coRplete on 1. Starting 2. 

Roger. 

Ilydrogen purge c oaklet e on 2. CoBuencing oxygai on 1. 
Roger. 

Think you'll have a chance at that Visual Acuity? 
I don't know. We're looking straight up again. 
Roger . 

Okay Og purge is coaplete on Ifo. 1. 
Roger. 

Just a second \rfiile we look for the target. 
Roger. 

Th^ got three coluatns of snrake running left froiB the 
site toward the coast. 

Okay. Sharksinouth Bay ig Just ccaning into sight, but 

we're pitching up again ... 

SmtAe is Mowing from south to north. 

Well, my side of the spacecraft is towards the BEF and 

we're pitching \ip and I just saw Sharksaouth Bay and that 

was it. 

Roger . 



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05 19 15 06 P Gordo has the moke in sight right now cm his «ide, hut 

we're pitching up and I 'a afraid we'll lose it. 
05 19 15 23 C I had OKdce in sight but we just pitched by- 

OS 19 15 27 CC Boger, 

05 19 15 32 P ... going to start purge on section 2 on nor aark. Marit. 

05 19 15 38 CC Roger. 

05 19 16 21 P Visibility was really good down there. It's too bad we 

weren*t in the right positicoi. 
05 19 16 26 CC Roger, Pete. Yes, the weather here is beautiful. 
05 19 16 39 P Is it too cold to swiHi? 

05 19 16 lf2 CC They tell »e a swijaaing pool ... But it's a little bit 

too cool yet. 

05 19 16 51 P Yea, I keep forgetting it's winter. 

05 19 16 53 CC Right, It's beginning to warm up. 

05 19 17 05 P Bey, you can tell them that I got soae klk and Ul7's for 

thea in Africa instead of around the Cape coming over on 
this last pafs, cwi the D-V7. 

05 19 17 23 CC Roger. I got that. 

05 19 17 27 P 

05 19 17 32 CC Say again. 

05 19 17 33 P I CESi still see the snioke, 

05 19 17 36 CC Okay. The site's about 3 miles east of the third column 

of SBtoke, inland. 



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Well, we're a cood. ^00 miles froH it now. nas'h it. 










but we c&n still ae© the sstoke. 


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Roger. 


05 19 


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Okay. Section 2 purge is coaplete. 


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Roger. We'll have another try at that site tomorrow. 


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Ok<^. 


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Everything lodut good on the ground. Stand by. 


05 19 


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Thank you. We're GO up here. Se« you next pass. 


05 19 


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Roger. 


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Can you give us a quantity read on Fuel Cell Og. 


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Fuel Cell 


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CIcay. Go, Fuel Cell 










TEXAS 


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GaBini-5, QeBdni-5, ifouston CAP C<B«(. Over. 


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Gesiini-5, G«Bini-5, Houston CAP CCM. Over. 


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Houston CAP COM. Gemini -5 here. Over. 


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Roger. You're looking good on the ground. I've got 










some updates on your Flight Plan if you're rea<^ to zoyy. 


05 19 


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Rog. If you go back to where we started before, we began 



with the I>-V^~7» then we had two S-6's. Did you copy 
both of those S-6's? 
05 19 5I+ 23 P Negative. I never got either one. 



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05 19 5** 


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Okay. Did you get the D-VD-7? 


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05 19 5k 


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That's affim. 


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Yes. 


05 19 5U 


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Okay. The first S-6 was 11:29:00. Sequence Ho. 01. 








Copy? 


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Roger, S-6, 11:29:00, sequence No. 01. 


05 19 5^ 


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All right. Ihe next one was an S-6 at 13:22:00. 








Sequaace No. 07 , 


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Okay. 13:22:00, 07. 


05 19 55 


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Rpg. Then did you get the S-5 aft«- that? It was 








13:35:00, 


05 19 55 


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Affirm. 


05 19 55 


12 


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All right. Then go on down ycwr list to the D-6 at 








li»: 31:02, I have a correction for that one. 


05 19 55 


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05 19 55 

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And then on down to the D-6 at l6:06:09, I have a 








correction for that one. 


05 19 55 


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Go ahead. 


05 19 55 


38 


CC 


The Biode number is 01, the speed is 30. 


05 19 55 


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We're not supposed to use any fuel; ia that correct? 


05 19 55 




CC 


That is affirmative. 



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sequence ouBiJer is 06. 


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Will be a medical data pass on tne riiot,. 


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05 19 


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05 19 


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Okay. And then a general conment here during your 










drifting flight in order to try to get as many of the 










eJcperimentB as we can. Take ai^ D-6 type photos that 










are convenient to you. Okay? 


05 19 


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05 19 57 kk CC Right, Any D-6 that you see that looks good and you 

have the equipment out, go ahead and take than. 

05 19 57 50 P You can't do this with those big lenses, you know. 

you've got to stop this sttiff on the ground. 

05 19 57 56 CC Yes. That's affirm, but if you can anticipate scaiething 

like El Centre and you have the opportunity to take it 
if you are in the right attitude, go ahead and give it a 
vhirl. We don't need a lot, but we ^ust thought ve'd 
give you the free hand of go ahead and taking those things 
if you have the opportunity. 

05 19 58 12 P ■ • ■ . 

05 L9 58 13 CC And then on the D-Vl>-7 if you are over e receiving 

station, and again if the opiMjrtunity presents itself, 
try the following sequence numbers; U07, hlO Charlie 
and klk through ^119. We don't want you to use a recorder 
unless we specify it in our Flight Plan updates, but if 
you happen to be over a receiving station we're all set 
up to receive you on the ground. Copy. 

05 19 58 1*6 P Okay. I got U07, ^10 Char ie, klh through lH9. What else? 

05 19 58 5; CC Well, do not use a recorder unless we specify bo in yoxir 

Flight Plan updates that we have given you. Unless we 
give you a tinse to use a recorder, don't use it. All 
our receiving stations are up and they are standing by in 
case you happen to be able to perfom it while you're over- 
heed. . rmrM'M*! 



Pige 586 



05 19 59 06 P Yes, okay. Well, I used the recorder here a little 

while ago. I didn't get the l+l8'8 or 17*8, don't 
remeartier vhy;h, the Cape, but I got it at the east 
coast of Africa, 

05 19 59 22 CC Oh, that's ok^. That's fine beca\ise ve wanted you to 

go ahead and use it on that one anyway. Okay, and on 
your weather observations you've been doing a real good 
job, and the weathermen are really happy with it down 
here. One thing they'd like to have cm the observations 
is the precise time. You're way ahead of any other data 
they have, and they'd like to get the time of these 
observations. It will really help them in their 
predict ions . Okay? 

05 19 59 '+9 P All right. 

05 19 59 50 CC And I have a couple of questions on your thru8tei:s when 

you were damping your rates during the last few revs. 

Did any other CAMS thrusters other than 7 and 8 show a 

degraded perf omance? 
05 20 00 07 P Well, we really can't tell too well. We've noticed a 

little cross coupling and that indicates to me that some 

aren't doing as well as others. 
05 20 00 20 CC Roger. Understand. Well, we're trying to figure it out 

down here and we hav«i't got an answer yet. Were the 



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circuit breakers on No. 7 and 8 closed while you were 
trying to damp the rates? 
O'j 20 00 32 P »o. They've been open ever since we were told to leave 

thea open except a couple of times when we took a look 
at them to see if they'd come back into action because of 
the heater. 

20 00 U2 CC Oh. Well, that's what we're wcaidering about, if you had 

them closed. Did you Bake any atteB?)t to fire 7 and 8, 
and did you get any response? 

05 20 00 i*8 P No response. 

0^ 20 00 51 CC Okay. Fine. Understand. 

Op 20 00 56 P Now, we haven't done it on the dark side yet and of 

course we noticed Ho. 8 was firing but giving no thrust 
so it was firing off mixture. 

0'3 20 01 13 CC Roger, Okay. V/e understand. 

05 20 01 15 P I've got some thoughts for you on the ground. We broke 

off a piece of frozen urine, maybe 3-i/2 inches by 1*, 
and we're noticed an awful lot of stuff floating by the 
spacecraft which must come from the medic trials. 

05 20 01 31+ CC Oh, understand. 

05 20 01 35 P I'm wondering if maybe soiBething hasn't run into these 

thrusters vhen we hadn't been using them or scanething 
! ike that . 



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05 20 01 1*7 CC Okay. Understand your conaaents. We'll be looking into 

it. 

05 20 01 51 P Yes. I'm not exactly sure where all the different vent 

holes are on the spacecraft in relation to the thrusters. 
0^ 20 01 58 CC Okay. Understand. 

05 20 02 06 CC Pete, in regard to your hydrogen, it looks like it will 

be about 15 more hours before your curve levels off on 
that, so you can expect this rate to ... level out quite 
drastically, 

05 20 02 26 P You're sure? 

05 20 02 28 CC That's what the curve says here. It's a curve that we 

did not have before flight, but it's the type of curve they 
do expect. ATter about 15 hours you will stop venting 
and this will cause the curve to level off quite drastically. 
We're rtinning well ahead of it, incidentally, but this is 
the shape of it. 

05 20 02 50 P Okay. 

05 20 02 51 CC The fact that we are running ahead of it is why you got 

another 15 hours to go before you level out. 
05 20 02 59 P I see. 

05 20 03 01 CC If I understand you in regard to these chance sightings 

so to speak, a though you might be pointing in the right 
direction, your coBsaent is that you would not have the 
rates stopped well enough to take a picture unless you 



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actually stopped, then, in other words, the rates do not 
decrease at all; they merely go in different directions. 

05 20 03 25 P Yea. Well, in the Questar lens a 9OOO foot runway up here 

fills the whole lens up, and the probability of having it 
pass through the (^estar field of view is virtually 
iii5)os«ible, and even if it did, you'd never get a picture. 

05 20 03 hi CC Because of the rate. 

05 20 03 If 3 P That's true and equally true with the aOOram, although it 

doesn't blow up quite as big. 
05 20 03 50 CC Itoger, I understand. 

05 20 03 52 P ... don't even think it's worthwhile rigging the gear 

nVBclf • 

05 20 03 56 CC Weil, we weren't thinking about those rates. If they were 

I'airly high, you've got a good point. You just couldn't 
do it. If you were dealing with some fairly low rates, you 
might try it and just make the cMaaent that you had such and 
such a rate and they could kind of take that into considera- 
tion when they analyze the pictures. 

05 20 15 P Well, we've got plenty of pictures for them out of the 

^estar anyhow. Over 70. 

05 20 OU 22 CC I'll bet. Hey, Pete, next tiae you try your damping on the 

dark side, bow about checking 7 and 8 and see if you get a 
glow out of th«i. 



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05 20 (A 32 P Yes, we'll do that. The venting must have Blcfwed dovn 

because the rates haven't built up too badly. We're 
xinging along here about 2 degrees per second now. 

05 20 Olf t*9 CC Okay. Understand. 

05 20 Oif 51 CC Okay. That's about what we expected. 

05 20 OU 54 P Very unfortunately it waa a beautiful day in Australia 

and we were just not in the right position to see the 
S-8/D-IU. We saw SharksiBOUth Bay, that's the leist thing 
we s«w. We were pitching up and then we saw the ssnoke 
streams 3OO miles past over our shoulder. So I am sure 
we would have seen it. 

05 20 05 li* CC Okay. We copied the pass as you went over, and we'll 

plan it again for toioorrow. 

05 20 05 19 CC I lost a bet on that one, Pete. 

05 20 05 22 P What waa that? 

05 20 05 SU CC I bet you'd be looking at it, 

05 20 05 25 F We ca«e pretty close. 

05 20 05 3U CC I guess you're aware that the thing that we feel is the 

tightest, is the water storage capacity. We're con- 
tinuing to work on that, but as you know we don't have 
a real good handle to work with on that one. 

05 20 05 47 P Yes. And that's the one thing ... we have been talking 

this whole thing over, and we're aware of all the 
problems. 



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05 20 05 58 CC Roger. 

05 20 06 02 P We are beginning to feel . . . 

05 20 06 08 CC The effects of what? 

05 20 06 10 P From being confined sc long. We're getting stiff 

and so forth. 

05 20 06 i6 CC Maybe you ought to open the door and stretch a 

little bit. 
05 20 06 19 P I'd sure iike to, 

05 20 06 2U CC I'm not sure we caught exactly what you said, Pete. 

We understand you are beginning to feel the effects of 
being cooped up. Was there any other comnent 

05 20 06 3U P No other corranentE; it's Just that we're getting stiff. 

05 20 06 37 CC Roger. 

05 20 06 Ul CC The exerciser isn't enough on that, huh? 
05 20 06 U4 P No. 
05 20 06 tt.5 CC Roger. 

05 20 06 it? P There's not really eno^lgh room to use it right. 

05 20 06 51 CC Rog. 

05 20 06 5^» CC We about have LC6. We'll see you next pass. 
05 20 06 57 P Okay. 

CANARY ISLANDS 

05 20 12 07 CC Gemini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. You look good on 

the ground. We have nothing for you. You need not 
reply. 



CARMRVON 

05 20 h6 21 CC Geinini-5, Caraarvon CAP COM. 
0^ 20 k6 2k C Go ahead, Carnarvon, Gemini-5- 

05 20 1^6 26 CC Roger. We have a PLA update when you're ready to copy. 
05 20 46 31 C Roger, Wait a minute. 

05 20 ^ ^ CC They're using the end of the mission aerodynamics now to 

calciilate the retrofire information, and the bank angle 
bias has changed from 9 degrees to 7 degrees on ail the 
updates. The PLA's will be roil left 53, roll right 6? 
and CIA's will be roll left 63. 
Okay, we're ready to copy. 
Did you copy that about the bank angles? 
That's affirm. 

Roger. Okay, Area 91-1, 12:50:30, 13 plus 38, lb plus Uo. 
Area 92-1, li*;25:37, 12 plus 3I, 16 plus 01. Area 93-^, 
17:11:48, 15 plus O8, 20 plus I9. Area 9k-h, l8;47:lj, 
13 plus 46, 19 plus 06. Area 95-4, 20:23:29, 12 plus 24, 
18 plus 05. Do you copy? 
Had a ball., thank you. 
Itoger. 

Also be advised that there is a medical pass on the Pilot 
at Guayoas this rev. Ouaymas AOS time is 11:23. 
Roger. We got it. 
Roger. 



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05 20 ^^9 32 C Gemini- 5 is GO up here, standing by, 

05 20 ^9 36 CC Roger. You're GO down here. 

GUAYMAS 

05 21 23 09 CC Gemini-5, Guaymae CAP COM. Turn your T/M Controi Switch 

to the REAL TIME & ACQ-AID position. 
05 21 23 31 CC Gemini- 5, Guayass CAP COM. 

05 21 23 36 CC If you read, put the oral temp thenaometer into the Pilot's 

mouth. 

05 21 23 51 C Roger. The Pilot is busy right at the nxsment. 

05 21 23 55 CC Okay, Tiftiile he's doing that, why don't you answer a couple 

questions for me. I'd like for you to get out your log- 
book. I want to know if you have completed three B-k/D-j 
experiments. 



05 21 


2U 


10 


P 


Okay, what do you want? 


05 21 


2k 


13 


CC 


And you're looking good here on the ground. 


05 21 


24 


23 


c 


Okay, . . . 


05 21 


2k 


25 


CC 


Okay, the first one is on the ^th day, in the daytime 










group is 15:19iOO--it'8 sequence ^19--have you completed 










this? 


05 21 


2k 


3a 


C 


Wait one, we'll check. 


05 21 


25 


26 


C 


Negative, we haven't done this 4l9. 


05 21 


25 


26 


CC 


Say again. 


05 21 


25 


29 


C 


We have not done this kL<). 


05 21 


25 


32 


CC 


Okay, you have not completed ^19. Have you completed 



sequence kl^—the daytime group of the Jjtti day-- i2:0>:00? 
05 21 26 02 C Hello, Guaymas. That's negative. 

05 21 26 05 CC GuayoBs here, go ahead. 

05 21 26 07 C I say, that's negative. We have not done kl'^. 

05 21 26 09 CC Okay, how about on the 5th day, 14:05:00, sequence 407'' 

05 21 26 18 C Negative. 

05 21 26 19 CC Okay, can the Pilot put the oral temp probe in his mouth? 
05 21 26 23 C Negative, you'll have to pick it up at some other station. 

05 21 26 27 CC Say again. 

05 21 26 ^ C You'll have to pick it up at some other station, 

05 21 26 31 CC Okay, very good. 

05 21 26 33 CC Turn your Real Time T/M Control Switch to the COMMAND 

position. 
05 21 26 Ul C Roger. 

BERMUm 

05 21 3^ 06 P Hello, Hoiiston, Gemini- 5- 

05 21 3U 19 P aello, Guayraas, Gemini- 5. 

05 21 3^ 22 CC Gemini-5, go ahead, Houston here. 
05 21 34 25 P Oh, I was just checking. We didn't hear from you. 

05 21 3U 29 CC Weil, we're just standing by. Everything looks good on the 

ground, 

05 21 3U 3J+ P What's the Tj^ clock say? 

05 21 34 kl CC 50 hours to go. 

05 21 3I+ 52 CC Do you want an exact Tj^? 



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05 21 3^ 55 C Ho, just joshing. 

05 21 35 00 CC Say a^in, Gemini -5—Roger. 

05 21 35 0^ P We're just pulling your leg a little bit. 

05 21 35 06 CC Good morning. 

05 21 35 09 P Good morning to you. 

05 21 35 13 CC Getting ready to change over here again only I 'ra not 

handing over what I did yesterday to Chris. Looks pretty 
good, Gemini- 5' 

05 21 35 2h P Okay, well it ought to; we haven't run anything since 

yesterday, either. 
05 21 35 30 CC They're going to grind it out, boy. 

05 21 35 33 P ' '^es, our rates still back up to about 6 degrees again. 

We're tumbling along here. 
05 21 35 39 CC Gemini, Houston. How's the Pilot feeling now? 
05 21 35 48 CC Morning, Peter. 
05 21 3 5 50 P Good rooming. 

05 21 35 52 CC Beautiful day in Houston. 
05 21 36 19 CC How's Gordo this morning? 
05 21 36 23 C Just waking up. 

05 21 36 26 CC Me too; hope you feel as well as I do. 
05 21 36 32 C I imagine so. 

05 21 36 34 CC Very good. 

GANAHY ISIANDS 

05 21 k6 ^7 CC Geiaini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. We have a valid temperature 



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on the Pilot. 



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You can pump up the blood cuir. 


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Gemini-5, this is Canary Siirgeon, your cui'f is full scale 


05 21 


47 


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We have a good blood pressure. Give me a mark vhen you 










begin exercise. 


05 21 


kQ 


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Mark. 


05 21 


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45 


cc 


Your cuff is full scale. 


05 21 


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22 


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Okay, we have a good blood pressure; standing by for your 










water and sleep report. 


05 21 


49 


45 


c 


The Pilot has dr\ank 28 gallons 1 ounce. Last meal was 










4A, 06:08:00:00. Sleep, 4 hours. 


05 21 


50 


08 


c 


Thank you. Sari . . . Did you copy. Canaries? 


05 21 


50 


11 


cc 


Roger. Canary Surgeon copied. 


05 21 


50 


31 


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Geniini-5, this is a reminder. There will be a medical 










data pass on the Conaaand Pilot over Carnarvon at 










12 hours 20 minutes, that's 12 hours 20 minutes. 


05 21 


50 


49 


c 


Roger. 


05 21 


50 


52 


cc 


You're looking good here on the ground. We have nothing 










further for you. We're standing by for about another 










minute. 


05 21 


50 


58 


c 


Gemini-5, Roger. Standing by. 


05 22 


21 


11 


cc 


Gemini-5, Carnarvon. We have a valid oral temp. 



Stand by for surgeon. 



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05 22 21 17 CC Gemini-5, Carnarvon Surgeon. Standing by for your 

first blood pressure. 
05 22 21 23 C Coming down. 

05 22 21 25 CC Would you place your Quantity Read Switch to ECi". Oo? 
05 22 21 35 CC C\iff is full scale. 

05 22 ^^11^ CC We have your blood pressure. Standing by for exercise 

on your mark. 

05 22 22 1)0 CC Would you go back to ECS O2 on the Quantity Read Switch? 

Trying to get computer printout. I'll give you a cue 

when to switch them next. 
05 22 22 59 CC Cuff is full scale. 
05 22 23 07 CC Okay, go to Fuel Cell Og. 

05 22 23 25 CC We have your second blood pressure. Standing by for your 

food, water and sleep reports for the past 2it hours. 

05 22 2k 03 CC Gemini- 5, Carnarvon Surgeon. Do you cop/? 

05 22 24 11 C He's going to put it down on UHF ... for just a second. 

He'll be with you, 

05 22 24 1^ P Can you hear me now? 

05 22 24 17 CC Roger. 

05 22 24 18 C Okay. I've had 28 pounds 1 ounce of water, my total 

water. 

05 22 24 24 CC Roger, 

05 22 24 27 C My last meal was 4A at Ot :06:00:00. Had a good 

8 hours sleep last 24. 



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present rates? 


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Roger, 6 degrees per second. 


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Roger. 


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It has taken us 12 hours to build up to that since the 










last time we dumped. 


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Roger. 



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I take it back; it takes about 3 hours. 
You say it has taken about 3 hours to build up to 
6 degrees? 

Yes, Gordo damped once apparently when I was asleep. 
Roger. 

The nicest we've seen 8 de^ees per second and we've 
went ahead. Excuse me, 12 degrees per second, and we 
quit there. 

05 22 27 37 CC Roger, understand. Yes, we copied that earlier. 

HAWAII 

05 22 ^9 31 CC Gemini -5, this is Hawaii CAP COM. We have nothing for 

you thie time. We're standing by. Your systems are Green. 

GUAYMAS 

05 22 57 19 CC Gemini-5, Guaymas CAP COM. Turn your T/M Control Switch 

to the Real Time & ACQ. AID position. 



05 22 


57 


49 


CC 


Geminl-5, Guaymas CAP COM. 


05 22 


57 


5i4 


c 


Go ahead Gxiaynas. 


05 22 


57 


56 


CC 


How are you doing? 


05 22 


57 


58 


P 


Roger, just fine. 


05 22 


58 


00 


CC 


Okay, you look real good here 



as we get these suiiBiaries out we want to bring up your 
section 2. Just hold off a second. 



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GuBymas, this is Genu.ni-5. We just powered up 30 seconds 
to go and are damping our rate, 
Roger, you have sectiorT 2 on? 
Negative. 

Okay, at this time we would like for you to bring 
section 2 up and your secondary coolant loop puinp k. 
Did you copy that? 

Roger, section 2, secondary pump A is on. 

Okay, we woiild like you to bring your comixiter up in 

the Prelaunch Mode. 

Roger, computers are in Prela-unch. 

Roger, copy that. 

Operating light is not on yet. 

Say again, you are kind of weak. 

My operating light is not on yet on the computer, 

however. 

Roger. 

Now ve have a green operating light. 

Roger. And we show good indications here on the j^round. 
Are you getting anything out of thrusters 7 and 5? 
We haven't tried thera yet but your yaw right thruster 3 
and 4, one of them is real weak and we are getting a 
lot of roll tumbling in there. They're both firing. 
One of them is weaker than the other. 



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05 23 00 CC Which one is weaker? 

05 23 01 Oi P Whichever one would cause you to get riesht roll, lower 

one. 

05 23 01 06 CC Okay. 

TEXAS 

05 23 02 3U CC G«mini-S Houston. Good morning. 
05 23 02 37 C Good morning, Houston. How are you? 

05 23 02 39 CC Fine. How are you? 
05 23 02 41 C All right. 

05 23 02 i»2 CC CkKjd. We would like to give you a GO for 107-1- Isn't 

that a big nuaiber? 
05 23 02 tt8 C Sure is. 

05 23 02 51 CC We would also like to have you put your T/M Switch to 

COMMAND at this time. 
05 23 02 56 C It's in COMMAIID. 

05 23 03 03 CC How are you sack hounds doing up there? 

05 23 03 05 C Pretty good. We just damped our rates out here and are 

powering back down. 
05 23 03 10 CC Ail right. 

05 23 03 13 P Are you ready to copy the Rev 9O readouts for GO on 

107-1? 

05 23 03 19 CC We sure are. Go ahead. 



05 23 03 21 P Okay, we didn't have the fuel cell powered up at the 

time we took the readinys. They were 000, 2-A through 
2-C. 1-A was 6.1, 1-B was 1-C was 6. ^ and the 

RCS A wae 295, temperature 70, RCS B 290, temperature 71, 
left secondary O2 5500, ri^t secondary O2 5^+00, and 
for some reason we didn't copy the main. 
Okay. 

This No. 2 fuel cell is pretty cold. It's only hauling 
about one third of what the other one is. v 
Okay, very good. It'll cone on up then, we expect. 
Yes. 

We're reading the same thing on the ground too, Pete. 
We're going to start putting some 92-1 times in there 
for you now, so you will get the iXJS light. 
Okay. 

HOUSTON 

Gemini-5, Houston. We have a good load in and we verified 
it. You are clear to go ahead and power the cosrputer 
back down. 
Okay. 

How are you doing on those ex3>eriment8 with no fuel? 
Just about like you might eiqject. 
Rog. 



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Now we're getting some of the S-5 stuff and some of the 










S-6 stuff. I got some pretty good pictures over 










East Africa last pass. 


05 23 


07 


27 


CC 


Good. 


05 23 


07 


28 


P 


But, ha iaa straight up as we passed over the States 










we were looking ri^t at the zenith. 


05 23 


07 


38 


CC 


That's very good. You know we ended up tiiat way when we 










looked at the sky during the day-side pass and tne jo'ound 










during the night-side pesses. You can't think oi anyttiing 










more uninteresting than thai. 


05 23 


07 


51 


P 


Lot better than rates. 


05 23 


07 


5^ 


CC 


Roger, I guess you could say you are getting a new outlook 










on the world, huh? 


05 23 


08 


00 


c 


Yes, that's right. Quite a new ... 


05 23 


08 


08 


CC 


You thinic we could sell that thing as a ride at a carnival? 


05 23 


08 


14 


p 


I don't think you could sell this day-to-day drift in 










flight as a ride anywhere. 


05 23 


08 


29 


CC 


Gemini-5, this is Surgeon. Gordo, what are you doing for 










exercise up there now? Have you increased it any in the 










last day or so? 


05 23 


08 


39 


c 


I hold Pete's hand once in awhile and once in awhile I 










use the skin cleaning towel and then ... we chew gum. 


05 23 


08 




CC 


That ain't going to hack it, friend. 


05 23 


08 


53 


p 


We have something we want to read to you. 



05 23 


08 


57 


cc 


Your poem. 


05 23 


08 


59 


p 


Gordon composed this yesterday after our system pooped 

out on us and you can sing it to "We w'ere Saiiinej AJ.on*.';." 

It goes like this. 

We were drifting along by the CSQ 

When tbe radio suddenly sent 

Here's word for you. 

Your controls are dead 

But you're not tnrou^ 

So here we are for three days more 

With the end quite far. 


05 23 


09 


28 


cc 


Hey, Pete, you are doing great till the last line. 
Recompose that, will you. 


05 23 


09 


36 


c 


We'll work on it. We have a few more that are better 
but — 


05 23 


09 


kk 


cc 


Send them down in a pneumatic tube, will you? 


05 23 


09 


k-j 


c 


Yea, okay. 


05 23 


09 


51 


cc 


Elliott says we'll give you a few more days to work on it. 


05 23 


09 


55 


c 


Tell him ... the blue bag and come down with pneumatic 
tube. 


05 23 


09 


59 


cc 


Roger. The Flight Surgeon would' like to know the bag 
status now. 


05 23 


10 


10 


c 


It's 2 and 1. 


05 23 


10 


13 


cc 


In favor of the Astros? 


05 23 


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19 


c 


I don't know \iftiether it's the Colts or the Astros. 




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BERMUtA 

Say, Jim, do you read? 
Roger, go ahead'. 

How about a GMT time hack, please? 

Okay, on my mark it will be - I don't even know how many 

days we've got here any more - it will be lj:12 on ay mark. 

That's in about U5 seconds. We've got about l;? seconds 

to 13:12:00. 

5 seconds, 3, 2, 1. 

MARK, mat was 13:12:00. 

Boger, very good. My onboard ... has never been more 
than 2 seconds off and I've only set it twice this fli^t. 
Very good. Do you have your T/M Switch in COMMWO at the 
present time? 
That's affinaative. 

Okay, we'll send another off command then. 

Conawnd you'll send real time. All right, Jim, you want 

it in COMMAHD? 

Roger. We'd like to have it in COMMAND please. 

In COha^AKD. What's the matter? Is Guayaas Coranand system 

out? 

Guayraas doesn't have a Command System, We've got to eitner 
conaaand it on over Texas and let Guaymas pick up the T/M, 
or they have to call you and tell you to put it on. 



05 23 


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51 


c 


Ah so. 


05 23 


13 


02 


cc 


Oh say, before we lose you, I would like to teii you 










that on your last pass, people couid look up and see 










you go by over Houston here. 


05 23 


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09 


c 


Very good. 


05 23 


13 


11 


cc 


Did you see us looking at you? 


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Ik 


c 


Ho, I did not notice. We were looking straight up. 


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cc 


Oh, I thought that vas the back of yoiir head we saw. 


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No, that was just my beard you were looking at. 


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26 


cc 


Gordo, is yovir beard longer than yovir hair now? 


05 23 


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29 


c 


Yes, even Pete's is. 


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35 


cc 


Roger. Hey, who's got the longest beard right now? 


05 23 


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I guess I win that contest. 


05 23 


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cc 


Okay. 


05 23 


15 


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cc 


Geniini-5} Houston. 


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15 


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p 


Go ahead, Houston. 


05 23 


15 


11 


cc 


Have you seen anything else up there orbiting around 










with you since you have been up? 


05 23 


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17 


p 


No, we haven't. 


05 23 


15 


19 


cc 


Okay. We've got about another 10 seconds here and then 










we'll say adieu. 


05 23 


15 


31 


p 


Ail ri^t. 


05 23 


15 


37 


p 


In Texas we say, "So long, periner." 


05 23 


15 


38 


cc 


All right. 



CARNARVON 

05 23 55 22 CC Gemini -5, Carnarvon CAP COM. 
05 23 55 kl CC Gemini-S, Carnarvon, 
05 23 55 li5 C Carnarvon, Gemini-5- 

05 23 55 50 CC Roger, we're GO here for 107 if you're GO. 
05 23 55 53 C Roger, we're GO. 

05 23 55 55 CC Roger, I'll update your Tr clock in about a minute. 
0 5 23 56 05 CC Transmitting your Tj^. 
05 23 57 08 C Okay, we're getting it. 

05 23 57 12 CC Roger. You're in sync. 

05 23 57 18 CC Be advised there's a aedicai data pass on the Pilot 

at Hawaii. Hawaii's AOS is lU:20. 
05 23 57 29 C Roger. lU:20. 

05 23 57 35 CC Did you have your experiments transmitted on over 

Carnarvon last paas? 
05 23 57 46 C I don't believe so but we might have. I don't think 

so thou^. 
05 23 57 50 CC Roger. 

05 23 58 20 CC What are your rates at the present time? 

05 23 58 25 P We dunqped our rates all over the States; they're 

down very low now. 
05 23 58 31 CC Have you got an estimate? 

05 23 58 i40 C I guess we will have more than half a degree in the 

axis at the moment. 



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Roger. 


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5o 


50 


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virtually no rates. 


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Hoger. 


05 23 




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cc 


f llgut advises tnat it xooss xxi&s xne ixyoj^^di 










beginning to ievel off now. 


05 23 


59 


13 


c 


Oisay. You think we might malse it, huh? 


05 23 


59 


18 


cc 


Looks like it. 


05 23 


59 


22 


cc 


Flight says we're sure of it. 


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Okay. 


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cc 


Only one more Tr update to ©p. 


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Yes, that's right. 










HAWAII 


06 00 


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Gemini- 5, Hawaii CAP COM. 


06 00 


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Hawaii has telemetry solid. 


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itoger, Hawaii, Ck;Biini-5 with you. 


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Roger. We didn't copy an oral temp. 


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I'll do that rKJw, 


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Roger. 


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cc 


We copy your oral terapj give us a blood pressure please. 


06 00 


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Okay, he's pusiping it now. 


06 00 


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cc 


Roger. 


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cc 


Gemini- 5, Hawaii Surgeon. Your cuff is full scale. 


06 00 


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Gemini-5, Hawaii Surgeon. We have a valid blood pressixre. 



Give me a mark when you begin exercise. 



CONFiDLNTlAI, 



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06 00 22 39 C Oisay, getting ready. 

06 00 22 46 P Starting exercise. 

06 00 23 19 C finished exercise. Pumping up blood pressure now. 

06 00 23 34 CC GeBiini-5, flavaii Surgeon here, xour cuff full scale, 

06 00 23 59 CC Geniini-5> Hawaii Surgeon. We have a valid blood pressure. 

Standing by for a food and sleep summary over tiie pest 

2k hours, plus your water report. 
06 00 24 09 C Roger. Sleep over the past 2k hours was about 6 hours. 

Water is 29 pounds and food status hasn't changed. 
06 00 2k 22 CC Geniini-5, roger, thank you. Hawaii Surgeon out. 
06 00 2k 26 CC We've got a Map update for you \rtienever you're ready 

to copy. 

06 00 2k 34 CC Geiriini-5, we've got a Map update for you whenever 

you're ready to copy. 
06 00 24 42 C Rog. Wait one. 

06 00 24 45 P Fire away. 

06 00 24 49 CC Map 14:14:42, longitude I69 East, Rev 91. The star's 

the same time, under remarks, 23 hours 52 minutes. 
06 00 25 13 C Roger. 

06 00 25 17 CC We've nothing else for you. We're standing by. 

06 00 25 21 C Geniini-5 standing by. 

06 00 3T 17 CC GeiBini-5» Gemini- 5, Houston. 

06 00 37 22 C Go ahead, Houston, Gemini-5. 

06 00 37 25 CC Roger. Houston here. We'd like to have you read 

us your CAMS propellent gage. We'd like to keep 
track of the last as it gets down lower here. 



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06 00 37 37 C Okay. We're still reading 10^. 

06 00 37 39 CC Roger. 10^. We'd like to advise you to try dolny 

a lot sure exercises the next couple of days here 
using both the bungee cord to pull on with youx 
hands and your arms and legs and to do whatever 
isometrics that you can. 

06 00 37 59 C Okay. We thou^t we'd start to taking long walks. 

06 00 38 03 CC Well, we thou^jht that wovild be a good idea too, but 

I understand it's raining out there. 

06 00 38 11 CC Actually the Flight Surgeon does think that the long 

walk would probably do you OKjre good, so -- 
06 00 3d 19 C We walked up and down the aisle in our big spececralt. 

06 00 38 23 CC Roger. Say, we'd like to run an HF check here and 

we're going to really run the whole next rev on HF. 
As you get Just off the east coast of the States we're 
going to switch over to HF and we'd like to have you go 
to HP and UHF OF?. We'll play you music until you get 
down to the Ascension area and I'll call you on HF down 
there. We've instructed the ground sites to perform all 
tbeir passes on HF. We'd like to have you go back to UHF 
for the next stateside pass, and if we're not able to contact 
you, we'd like to have you go back to UHF at lo:0^:00. 

06 00 39 06 C l6:0i*:00. 

06 00 39 08 CC Roger. 



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06 01 


01 




c 


06 01 


01 




cc 


06 01 


01 


50 


cc 



I don't want you guys to go to sleep now when you 

listen to this. 

MUSIC 

Gemini -5j Gemini -5, Houston, over. 
Gemini -5, Gemini -5, Houston, over. 

Houston this is Gemini-?, i, 2, 3, k, 5, 2, i. 

Do you read us HF? 

Roger. Gemini- 5, Houston is reading your HF loud and 
clear, how me? 

We read you the same, we have the Houston HF at l!?:59. 
JuBt when you called you faded. 

Roger. Gemini- 5. We were having a little difficulty 
getting shifted around so that we could get from the 
music over to the talking. If you're reading the 
music, would you like to have us continue it on around 
to Carnarvon? 
Yes indeed. 

Gemini-5, say again. You broke up on that last one. 
This is Gemini-5f affirmative. 

Roger. Geciini-5» we're coming back on with our music 
and we'll be coming out of the Cape with the music. 
And Gemlni-5, this is station MCCH signing off for the 
afternoon, morning I guess. 
MUSIC. 



CARMRVON 



06 


01 


30 


00 


CC 


Gemini- 5, Gemini -5, Carnarvon on HF, do you cop/? 


06 


01 


30 


03 


C 


Carnairvon, Gemini-5- Read you loud and clear. 


06 


01 


30 


06 


CC 


Roger. Reading you loua and clear, also. Are you 












still copying the McDivitt hour on Space Station ^fCCH? 


06 


01 


30 


16 


c 


Negative, we haven't read them since 


06 


01 


30 


22 


p 


Carnarvon, this is Gemini-5. The last thing we heard 












from them was "Never On Sunday" at 1^:08:00 and then 












they faded. 


06 


01 


30 


35 


CC 


Roger. 


06 


01 


31 


30 


CC 


Everything looks good here on the ground. We're standing 












by. 


06 


01 


31 


35 


c 


Say again, Carnarvon. 


06 


01 


31 


37 


CC 


I say, everything looks good on the groiind; we're standing 












by. 


06 


01 


31 


hi 


C 


We're GO up here. 


06 


01 


31 


55 


CC 


Be advised that they will start playing the music again 












after our LOS. 


06 


01 


32 


03 


p 


Roger. 


06 


01 


56 


08 


CC 


- 00, radar to standby. 


06 


01 


56 


15 


p 


Roger. 


06 


01 


56 


IT 


CC 


Radar 16:22:00. Rauar to ON. Monitor for interference. 


06 


01 


56 


27 


p 


Roger. 


06 


01 


56 


29 


CC 


Trinidad SPADATS will be tracking. 



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06 01 56 .37 P 

06 01 56 39 CC 

06 01 56 52 CC 

06 01 57 05 CC 

06 01 57 24 CC 

06 01 57 32 P 

06 01 57 36 CC 

06 01 57 50 P 

06 01 57 56 CC 

06 01 58 08 CC 

06 01 58 14 CC 

06 01 58 47 P 

06 01 59 25 C 

06 01 59 30 CC 

06 01 59 33 P 

06 01 59 36 CC 

06 01 59 44 p 

06 01 59 47 CC 

06 01 59 57 P 



Go ahead, Hawaii. 

Next, Haiar 16:28:00. Radar to OFF. 

Next item: S-7 l6:2t:00, 02. Under remarks: 

Disturbance will be north of tracit. 

Copy? 



Gemini -5, Hawaii. 

Hello^ Hawaii, Geiaini-5 on Iff. Go ahead, 

Roger, did you copy my Sierra setup? 

Hello, Hawaii, Gemini -5 on HF. Go ahead. 

Gemini-5, this is Hawaii, — 

Geniini-5, this is Hawaii. 

Gemini- 5f this is Hawaii on UF. 

Hello, Hawaii. Hello Hawaii. Gemini-5. 

Hello, Hawaii. Hello, Hawaii. Geoini-5. 

Gemini-5, Gemini-5, thie is Houston here. Over. 

Hello, Houston, Geraini-5. Go ahead. 

Roger. California lost, Hai.-aii lost their transinltter, 
I'm talking to you through CaliTomia. How do you read? 
Read you loud and clear. 

Very good. Did you get the information on the Radar Test 
and the S-7 Experiment? 

The only thing 1 got as far as Radar, i6:22!00 OR. 




06 02 


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Over* 


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06 Ot? 


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SgaxTif oequencc • xn& txcic ox x.iac s^Lona o - ^ x£a iju. x r • ^ j • 










1 say the time ac^m, Oc:lf :**jtuu. 


Oo Od 




13 


r 


Roger, we copy. 


06 02 


02 


Lb 


CC 


Very good. 


06 02 


02 


19 


P 


You want us to bring our IMF back up at 16:04. 


06 02 


02 


23 


CC 


That's affirmative, and I'm going to go back to the HF music 










until that time. 


06 02 


02 


29 


p 


Roger. 










MUSIC 


06 02 


05 


15 


CC 


Geioini-5, Gemini- 5, this is Houston on UHF. 



it 



Page 6l6 



06 02 


Oi) 


19 


C 


Go ahead, Houston, Gemini -5 on UKF. 


06 02 


05 


21 


CC 


Roger. How was your Hi-' across the Pacific that time? 










I vas giving you music out of California from the time 










you left Carnarvon. Could you read it? 


06 02 


05 


31 


P 


Okay, let me give you a time, just a second. We started 










hearing discemable music --We couldn't tell what it was 










at 15:^, and by 15:50 you were loud and clear. 


06 02 


05 


51 


CC 


Veiy good. 


06 02 


05 


57 


p 


Is the D-6 135 still on for a 16:10:36? 


06 02 


06 


Ok 


CC 


Roger, if you have the fuel available - if you have the 










attitude proper, I mean. 


06 02 


06 


09 


p 


Did they do it the last time? 


06 02 


06 


13 


CC 


Say again. 


06 02 


06 


25 


CC 


Gemini-5, Houston, say again. I didn't understand exactly 










vhat you said then. 


06 02 


06 


30 


p 


Did Sequence 135 go last pass? 


06 02 


06 


37 


CC 


Stand by here, let me check. 


06 02 


07 


03 


CC 


GeBiini-5, Houston. Yes, they were up last time and they'll 










be up again this time. 


06 02 


07 


09 


p 


Okay, well about 2 seconds before they're supposed to be 










up, why we rolled out our white Sands view. 


06 02 


07 


16 


CC 


Okay. Give it a whirl this time. We'd like to have you go 










to C-Band Adapter Switch to CONTINUOUS at this time. 


06 02 


07 


33 


CC 


Genilni-5, we'd also like a comment on your vehicle rates. 



li)! 



Page 617 



06 02 07 39 C Oh, it's about l-i/2 degrees per second, I guess. 

06 02 07 ^5 CC ^ Oka/. Geiiiini-5> there's a large storm down ol'f the 

northeast coast of South America that we'd like to have 
you take a look at. It's on yoxir chart on your orbit 
map there. It sticks out to the northeast from just 
about where the town of Georgetown is plotted on the 
map. We would like to know if there are any large 
areas which seem to be breaking off from the iaai.n body 
of the storm and nxiving up to the north. 

06 02 06 25 P Roger. 

06 02 06 27 CC This is the sanie area where the S-7 is supposed to take 

place and the time will be 16:26:00. 
06 02 08 38 P Okay. 

06 02 06 ^1 CC This particular radar test we're doing is a test with the 

SEM1A.TS tracking you. I'd like to clarify again that we 
want the radar to be ON for 30 seconds and then at STANDBY 
for 30 seconds for the 6 minute period. At the end of that 
period we want you to go ahead and turn it OFF, because 
you'ii probably be out of our si^t by that time. 

06 02 09 03 P Okay. 

06 02 09 13 CC Also, we're going to leave your Fuel Cell Section 0^ up 

now luatil you get to Hawaii on this next pass. When you 
get over Carnarvon, we want you to purge both sections of 
it, and Carnarvon will be talking to you on a relatively 



Page 618 



short pass there. Then we'll look at it over Hawaii, 
and if it looicB okay, we'll shut it back down again. 

06 02 09 33 P Okay. We're pointed straight up as usual. 

06 02 09 38 CC That's always a good direction, isn't it? 

06 02 10 21 CC Genuni-5, Houston Flight. 

06 02 10 25 P Go ahead. 

06 02 10 27 CC This is the best we've been able to come back at you with: 

There was a young poet from Shawnee, 
Whose lines were very fiinny, 
When told this was so. 
He said yes, I know, 

But I always try to get as many words in the last 
line as J possibly can, 

06 02 10 kk P&C (Many chuckles) Very good. 

06 02 10 50 C We're working on it. 

06 02 10 53 P Okay, I'm looking at White Sands, but I don't see anything. 

06 02 10 56 CC Okay, look harder: 

06 02 10 59 P All right ... We'll try now rotating at left yaw and roll. 

If we can figure out which way Laredo is, we'll try and 

get a picture of it. 

06 02 11 19 CC Okay. 

06 02 11 21 P But I'm afraid we're not going to naike it, 

06 02 11 2h CO Okay. 

06 02 12 15 CC Gemini- 5, Houston Flight. 

06 02 12 16 C Go ahead, Flight. 

06 02 12 20 CC You have any selections you'd like to request on the music? 



Page 619 



06 02 


12 


2k 


c 


They've been doing very well. 


06 02 


12 


27 


cc 


We've made some selections down here for you tomorrow, so 










you can stand by. 


06 02 


12 


31 


c 


Okay, very good. 


06 02 


13 


07 


c 


We saw tiie target. 


06 02 


13 


09 


cc 


Say again, Gemini- p. 


06 02 


13 


11 


c 


Saw the visibility target at Laredo - 


06 02 


13 


13 


cc 


You did? 


06 02 


13 


Ik 


c 




06 02 


13 


15 


cc 


You have any numbers for us? 


06 02 


13 


18 


c 


Fo we're Just rotating by. 


06 02 


13 


20 


p 


We're trying to get a picture. 


06 02 


13 


2k 


cc 


That's a step forward, anyway. Here, stand by for something 










very iinportant message. 


06 02 


13 


29 


c 


Very well. 


06 02 


13 


51 


c 


This is your Captain speaking to you, ^,000 mlles^ 










weather is clear. 










MUSIC 


06 02 


15 


kk 


cc 


Did you get oxxr message? 


06 02 


15 


^5 


c 


Right, sure did. 


06 02 


15 


kl 


cc 


Okay, put your C-Band Adapter Switch to COMMAND now please. 


06 02 


16 


11 


cc 


Do you think you got tiie picttire of the acquisition targets? 


06 02 


16 


16 


c 


I don't know irtiether we got a picture or not. We tried, 



but we rotated by it pretty fast. 



si:' 



Page 620 



06 02 16 22 P Gordo took one with the 35 and the 2^jO bunch, and 1 

took one with the Hasselblad. But I was taking it out 
of the very comer of the window; 1 nay have ail 
spacecraft. 

06 02 16 31 CC Okay. 

06 02 16 36 P It was sort of like trying to find it in an inverted spin. 

06 02 16 CC Yes, I appreciate the problem. Jid they have tne eaoke 

pots out there today for you? 
06 02 16 55 P Mark, radar to STANDBY. Say again. 
06 02 16 58 CC Did they have the siooke pots out iJiere for you? 
06 02 17 03 C I didn't note the smoke pots at all. I just found the 

target. 

06 02 17 06 P I didn't see any smoke either. 

06 02 17 07 CC Okay, very good. 

06 02 17 09 P I had another good look at White Sands, and 1 didn't see 

anything. 
06 02 17 13 CC Okay. 
06 02 17 17 C Over Havana, 

06 02 17 21 CC Gemini -5, we'd like to have you damp your rates out now. 

We'd like to have another check on it to see if we can get 

the rates damped out. Okay? 
06 02 17 29 C Good. 

06 02 17 35 CC And you mi^t report on how all the thrusters seem to be 

operating. 



LU.ir iULi^ ! sni- Page 621 



06 02 


17 


39 


C 


Oicay, we're powered up. ... works all right on pitch. 










Have one thruster out on ri^t yaw. 


06 02 


18 


01 


CC 


Okay. 


06 02 


18 


01+ 


C 


It's not completely out; it's Just weak^ but it's giving 










us soBffi left roll. 


06 02 


18 


10 


CC 


Okay, it's giving you a left roil? 


06 02 


18 


35 


P 


Be advised that its yaw right No. 3 is very weak. 


06 02 


18 




CC 


Okay^ Mo. 3 is very weak and it's giving you left roll. 


06 02 


18 




p 


That's affirm. 


06 02 


18 


50 


CC 


Okay. 


06 02 


18 


51 


p 


I'm doing this by the listed method. It doesn't sound 










as hot as the other one. 


06 02 


18 


56 


CC 


Okay. 


06 02 


19 


10 


p 


We did it again; we're all damped out straight up. 


06 02 


19 


14 


CC 


Very good, you seem to have that maneuver down pretty well. 


06 02 


19 


18 


C 


That the reentry position? 


06 02 


19 


23 


CC 


Say that again, please. 


06 02 


19 


26 


C 


That's the way the siinulator sits. 


06 02 


19 


28 


CC 


Oh, that's right, I forgot. This is a pretty good simulation, 










isn't it? 


06 02 


18 


38 


p 


We're trying out the thruster No. 7, No. 8, Direct now. 


06 02 


19 


U2 


CC 


Okay. 


06 02 


19 


57 


C 


Ah ha: 


06 02 


19 


59 


CC 


« 

Did you get some then? 



Rage 622 



06 02 


20 


ou 


c 


06 02 


20 


10 


cc 


06 02 


20 


12 


c 


06 02 


20 


18 


cc 


06 02 


20 


21 


p 


06 02 


20 


25 


cc 


06 02 


21 


15 


cc 


06 02 


21 


29 


c 


06 02 


21 


33 


cc 


06 02 


21 


36 


c 


06 02 


21 


kl 


cc 


06 02 


21 


^3 


c 


06 02 


21 


kk 


cc 


06 02 


22 


00 


c 


06 02 


22 


03 


cc 


06 02 


22 


19 


c 


06 02 


22 


29 


cc 


06 02 


22 


33 


c 



We got Just a tiny bit of No. 7 and Ho, 8 that time. 

You got a little bit on each one then, huh? 

It was in Direct. There - a long bum going on - just 

a teensy bit, there raeybe. Just fuel. 

Okay. 

Yes, I think we're dumping either fuel or oxidizer over- 
board. It slows down the combustion. 
Okay, don't do that test too often, then. 
Gemini-5, we'd like « voice report on that storm there 
that's off the northeast coast of South America when 
you go over Carnarvon, or across the States the next time. 
Okay. 

ECOM wants to know if you just tumed^our radar ON? 

No, just getting ready to right now. 

Okay. 

20 seconds. 
Roger. 

Radar is OH. 
Very good, 

. . . nose . . . , we roll up, the faster we roil the colder 
everything gets. 

You say the faster you roil, the colder everything gets? 
Rij^t. ... cockpit, we even frost over the inside oi' the 
cockpit slightly ^en we roll fast, and when we stabilize 
slow, everything seems to warm up. 



< n 



it. 



Page 623 



06 02 22 U6 CC Well, that's novel, isn't it? 

06 02 22 ^9 P Yes, our breath woiild freeze on the windshield last night 

when we were rolled up, and been rolling for quite a while. 
06 02 22 57 CC Roger. 

06 02 23 21 CC Gemini-5, Houston. Do you think that it was Just the 

rotation of velocities causing the moisture to go out 
toward the window, or were you actually breathing on the 
window? 

06 02 2U 00 C No, we bad everything shut off on the coolant list in the 

cockpit and we were still freezing. So we were actually 
getting a lot colder temperatures from the coolant loop 
than i-nside the cockpit itself. 

06 02 2h 13 CC Okay. 

06 02 2k Ik C We finally had both suit circuits shut completely down. 

No flow, and the flow on each of the suits was down 

almost to zero. 
06 02 24 27 CC Roger. 

06 02 24 28 C I finally was freezijig so bad - Pete was finally comfortable 

that I had broke out ray wrist band and put them on to stop 
the flow out of the wrist area of the suit, and that seemed 
to warm up my suit up to the level of his, anyway. 

06 02 2k 45 CC Roger. What was the cockpit temperature at that time? 

06 02 24 52 C The gage has been broken ever since very early. However, 

the reading, Pete has a reading here he took with our wet 
. . . ball. 



06 02 


25 


02 


P 


It varies about 10 degrees - in the center of the cabin 










it vill go from 79 down to 72 or 71, 


06 02 


25 


10 


CC 


Okay. It was about 79 in the middle of the cabin and 










about 71 at the wall. 


06 02 


25 


11 


P 


Fo, the temperature in the middle of the cabin will vary 










between 79 and 72. 


06 02 


25 


22 


CC 


Okay, I've got you. I think we're getting LOS. 










CASMRVON 


06 03 


05 


01 


CC 


Gemini- 5, Carnarvon. 


06 03 


05 


05 


P 


Go ahead, Carnarvon, Gemini -5. 


06 03 


05 


06 


CC 


Roger. Request you start your fuel cell purge. 


06 03 


05 


15 


CC 


Give us a mark when you start. 


06 03 


05 


32 


p 


Mark No. 2. 


06 03 


05 


36 


CC 


Roger. 


06 03 


05 


1^5 


p 


All right, check complete. Commencing No. 1 on my laark. 










MARK. No. 1 oxygen started. 


06 03 


05 


57 


CC 


Roger. 


06 03 


06 


11 


CC 


Do you have anyiJiing to report on that storm off 










South America? 


06 03 


06 


18 


p 


Roger. We saw it. 


06 03 


06 


20 


CC 


What we're interested in is if you saw anything breaking 










away and moving toward the northwest. 


06 03 


06 


26 


p 


Weil there were several smaller cells breaking off from 



it down at the edges, but we couldn't tell whether they 



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Page 625 



were moving completely away or not. It was a big 
widespread storm. We couldn't see any eye to it but 
there were some smaller cells that were sort of 
separated from it, that were kind of out to the ed^jes ot it. 



06 03 


06 49 


cc 


Roger. 




06 03 


07 '*o 


p 


What was that Carnarvon? TX. 




06 03 


07 50 


cc 


Affirmative , 




Oo 03 


07 54 


p 


... first section complete. 




Oo Oj 


07 50 


cc 


Roger. 




06 03 


07 58 


p 


Starting purge on second section now. 




06 03 


09 11 


cc 


We've got about 20 seconds to LOS. We're 


not going to 








see all of your Section 2 Og purge. 




06 03 


09 17 


c 


Okay, it's going very well. 




06 03 


09 19 


cc 


Roger. 




06 03 


09 20 


c 


You guys can have the rest of the day off. 


We'ii see 








you toiKjrrow. 




06 03 


09 22 


cc 


Right. We'll be going home shortly. 




06 03 


09 26 


c 


Have a little of that Swan Lager, 




06 03 


09 28 


cc 


Will do. I'll have one for you also, and 


Pete, 








HAWAII 




06 03 


31 u 


cc 


Gemini-'^, Hawaii CAP COM. 




06 03 


31 28 


cc 


Gemini- 51, Gemini-;?, Hawaii GAP COM. 




06 03 


31 31 


p 


Go ahead, Hawaii, Gemini here. 





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06 03 


31 


33 


CC 


Roger, we'd, like you to hold off on powering down 










that Section 2 until we get a look at the data. 










It'll take us a few minutes. We'll give you a 










call before LOS. 


06 03 


31 


U2 


P 


Okay. 


06 03 


32 


28 


CC 


Be advised you'll have a medical data pass at Texas 










on the Pilot. AOS at Texas is 17:'+^. 


06 03 


32 


39 


CC 


It's on the Coranand Pilot. 


06 03 


32 


55 


CC 


Gemini -5» did you copy that on the Con^nd Pilot 










over Texas? 


06 03 


32 


59 


p 


Is it the CoifflDsnd Pilot or the Pilot? 


06 03 


33 


01 


CC 


CcHsnand Pil6t, Pete, I'm sorry. 


06 03 


33 


03 


p 


Okay, r{:hk on the Command Pilot over Texas. 


06 03 


33 


06 


p 


•niat's affirm. 


06 03 


33 


53 


CC 


Gemini- 5, Hawaii. 


06 03 


33 


55 


p 


Go ahead, Hawaii. 


06 03 


33 


57 


CC 


Is Gordo doing any exercising? 


06 03 


33 


59 


p 


I hope to shout; he's upside down in the food box for 










something, to repack some stuff. Ha ha ha. 


06 03 


3h 


07 


CC 


Okay, we got you. 


06 03 


3^ 


09 


p 


As a matter of fact, we're up to our ears in garbage now, 


06 03 


3^ 


ll4 


CC 


Roger, roger. 


06 03 


3^ 


21 


CC 


Okay, we'd like you to power down section 2, leave the 



Control switch OK, Power switch to OFF, and then turn 
OFF Puiffp A in the secondary loop. 

i^uUr iuL. * i i.-.i. 



Page 627 



06 03 3^ 33 P Okay, nuniber 2's OFF* and Pump A ir. secondary loops 

OFF. 

06 03 34 33 CC Roger. 

CALIFORWU 

06 03 i*0 39 CC Gemini- 5, Gemini -5, Houston. Over. 
06 03 'lO ^ P Go ahead, Houston, Gemini -5- 

06 03 ^ ^ CC Roger, Gemini-5, Houston here. I'd like to summarize 

our viev of your position at the time. We'll go through 
it a step at a time here. On your thrusters we feel that 
the thrusters aren't working, are probably cold. And 
they're not working because they are cold, and we think 
possibly they're cold because those individual heaters 
are not working. Of course, we don't have any exact 
way of confirming this. We think that because they are, 
the cold is the problem, we would like to have you damp 
your ... a little more often and start damping it before 
they build up too high a rate. That way we'll get a little 
more activity on the thrusters that we are using and keep 
the temperatures on those up a little bit. Now if we do 
have any problem with the thrusters that you still have 
left, and we see that they're starting to fail, we have 
some other procedures that we can go through that are a 
little More complicated, but we feel that should keep 
them warm. Now on the fuel that you have remaining, 



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we want to still conserve it as long as the hydrogen 
tank ia venting because we want to be able to always damp 
out the rates that you build, up so that we don't get 
into a really high rate setup. But we are planning on 
tomorrow, we're tentatively setting up a flight plan 
that will allow us to use the remaining fuel to accomplish 
some of the experiments. And what we're thinking of right 
now is that H-k/D-j needs a few n»re measurements to make 
it really complete, and the ones we're thinking about aiost 
of all were the sun measurement which, of course, would be 
last. Measurenients of the mountains, land to water inter- 
faces, and over land with vegetation. We also want to do 
some S-8/D-I3 and if the fuel's available we'll make one 
pass over Woodley tomorrow and one over Laredo. That 
should give us some information on the Visual Acuity Test. 
We'd also like to work in the track over Mexico tociorrow 
on the S-5 if at all possible so that we can get tae ... 
pictures across that area. 
06 03 ^3 11 P Okay. 

06 03 ^ 12 CC The fuel cells, it looks like the hydrogen is starting 

to — the venting is starting to taper off and it's 
running pretty much as predicted where you're really 
going to be fat on hydrogen if it does taper off at the 
predicted rate. The water production looks by all 

L : 1 i i U i_ i ^ : L ^ L 



A n 



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06 03 


kk 


02 


P 


06 03 


kh 


10 


CC 


06 03 


kh 


14 


CC 



estimates now to be low enough under the rate that 
we're producing it now so that it shouldn't be a 
constraint on your flight and you should be able to 
go on to 8 days. I think that pretty much summarizes 
our viewjxjint of your position. Do you have anything 
that you would like to know or that you might add to 
this? 

Yes. What's the - 12:11 or 12:21? 
Ju8t a second, I'll get ... so busy. 
I'll give it to you in elapsed tiae. It's kk hours 
15 minutes and I9 seconds. 18, 17, 16, 15. 
06 03 44 23 P Very ^od. 

06 03 44 24 CC Okay. It's all downhill from here, Pete. 

06 03 44 28 P I'm with you. ... the garbage through. 

06 03 44 35 CC Oh well, you can wrap it around you and stay warm. 

06 03 44 38 P The Hawaii Surgeon called and wanted to know if Gordo 

was exercising. He was upside down and tried to pack 

the . . . down . 

06 03 44 46 CC Well listen, don't get your foot stuck in the food 

conta iner. 

06 03 44 51 CC We'd like to have you place the Cryogenic Gaging Switch 

to ECS Og, please. 

TEXAS 

06 03 4$ 14 CC Pete, this is Houston here. I'm getting worn out 

too, I guess. Would you make sure that Gordo has 

CONnOENTIAL 



in L. 



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the temperature probe in bis raouth. We're not 
getting anything down here. 



06 03 




25 


P 


Okay. He just got back turned around; that's our 










problem. 


06 03 


^5 


32 


CC 


Okay. Do you have the Cryogenic Gaging Switch to 










ECS O2? 


06 03 


^5 


45 


P 


Yes. 


06 03 


U5 


46 


CC 


Okay. 


06 03 


k6 


03 


CC 


Okay, we'd like to have you place the Cryogenic Gaging 










Switch to FUEL CELL O2 now, please. 


06 03 


k6 


20 


P 


At D-5 we didn't get the S-?. At 16:26:00 we saw the 










stono but we were not in a position to photograph. 










and we gave a report on what we saw. 


06 03 


k6 


31 


CC 


Okay. We've got your report from Carnarvon and understand 










you were not able to taite a picture. 


06 03 


k6 


37 


p 


Yea, but we did yet the S-7 at ll'.hi\O0. 


06 03 


h6 


kk 


CC 


Okay, very good. We'd like to have you take and put 










your Cryogenic Gaging Switch to FUEL CELL now, please. 


06 03 




05 


CC 


Okay, would you put your Cryogenic Gaging Switch back to 










OFF, and the Flight Surgeon would like to have a word with 










you. 


06 03 




13 


CC 


Gemini-5, we have a valid oral temp. pJe're standing by 










for your blood pressure. 


06 03 




35 


CC 


Gemini-5, your cuff is full scale. 



C0NFinrNT«Ai 



06 03 


^ 23 


CC 


Gemini -5> we have a good blood pressure, fou can start 








exercise on your mark. 


06 03 


48 37 


P 




06 03 


48 43 


CC 


Say again. 


06 03 


48 53 


CC 


Geaiini-5t say again. 


06 03 


48 57 


c 


He said he was exercising for the last 35 minutes. 


06 03 


49 03 


CC 


I believe it. 


06 03 


49 07 


p 


f^erciee ... 


06 03 


49 K» 


CC 


Good show. Looks good down here, Gordo. 


06 03 


49 22 


CC 


Cuff full scale, Gordo, while that's being done, could 








we get your water report? 


06 03 


49 38 


C 


29.3 pounds. We're just finishing a meal right now which 








we ' 11 have on here . 


06 03 


49 46 


CC 


Roger. Gordo, do both of you feel that you're getting 








^oug^ food and enough sleep from your own view3X)int? 


06 03 


49 55 


C 


I think definitely enough food and I think we're getting 








enou^ sleep now and then. 


06 03 


50 01 


CC 


Now and then, okay. 


Oo 03 


50 03 


CC 


Either of you having any trouble with plugging your 








nose? Pete sounded a little bit that way here earlier 








today. 


06 03 


50 12 


C 


Very much but I think we're better now. We had raeai 4b. 








We just finished. 


06 03 


50 19 


CC 


4B, okay. 



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06 03 50 24 CC Gordo, are you having any trouble with these rates? Have 

you had any sort of syraptoms at ail with the rates? 

06 03 50 Jl C No, no ayraptoms, it's just^ you know, every time you try 

and see anything out the window it's whipping by so fast, 
and then when you let anything loose from the spacecraft 
it doesn't hang there. It whips over to the side, of course, 

06 03 50 45 CC Roger. Well, looking at all the data, Gordo, for this 

I>eriod of time now after almost 1^*8 hours, we haven't 
seen anything in the rates that would concern us at all 
as far as rates or blood pressures are concerned. Your 
overall heart rates are tending to get somewhat lower. 
You're tending to stabilize out at low rates, which are 
really resting rates, which is pretty well what we'd 
expect. The same thing is sort of happening with blood 
pressure, and we think everything looks real fine down 
here as far as going the whole way. Are you having any 
sort of feeling that it's more difficult for you when 
you do exercise? Does it feel to be more effort now 
than it did earlier in the flight? 



UUil r iJt. i'i i 4rv=_ 



Page 633 



COASTAL SENTRY QUEBEC 



06 oh 


U7 


13 


CC 


Geanini-5, CS^ CAP COM. 


06 Ok 


U7 


16 


P 


Go ahead, CSQ CAP COM, Gemini -5 here. 


06 OU 


1^7 


19 


CC 


Roger. We have you GO on the ground and I have a 










landing area update when you're ready to copy. 


06 Oh 


1+7 


2h 


p 


Roger. We're GO up here. I'm ready to copy. 


06 OU 


h7 


28 


CC 


Roger. Be advised ail bank angles remain roll left 










53, roll right 67, weather is good in all areas 










except it's marginal in area 100 Delta. Over. 


06 (A 


hi 


kk 


p 


Roger. 


06 ou 


hi 


hi 


cc 


Okay. 96-3, 21:1+1:35, 1^ pl^s 53, 20 plus 07, 97-3. 



23:16:51, 13 plus 36, 18 plus 55, 98 Delta, 00:10:08, 
20 plus U5, 26 plus 2t), 59 Delta, 01:^*1:33, 26 plus 05, 
100 Delta, 03:l6:30, 19 plus hO, 0U:53:53, 18 plus 06, 
23 plus 22, Do you copy? 
06 0I4 50 37 P Got the» all. 

06 Oit 50 39 CC Roger. And Houston would also like to know if the 

exercises you are doing seems to be harder to do 
now than at the beginning of the flight. Over. 



06 01+ 


50 


1+7 


P 


No, ^rtiy, does it look 


like that 


on your data? 


06 01+ 


50 


50 


CC 


Say again. 






06 01+ 


50 


52 


p 


No, why, does it look 


1 ike that 


on your data? 


06 01+ 


50 


55 


CC 


I reaJly don't know -- 







06 Ok 


51 


00 


CC 


Houston advises negative, it doesn't look 


likt: that 










on the data. They're just ciirious, I guess. 


06 


51 


LI 


P 


Okay,, let me know if we're getting weak . , 




06 Ok 


51 


15 


CC 


Copy. 




06 Ok 


51 


1+8 


CC 


Gemini -5, GSQ. There's nothing further. 


G tending by 


06 01+ 


51 


52 


p 


Roger. Gemini -5 standing by. Thank you, 
day. 


have a good 


06 ok 


52 


21 


CC 


Gemini-5, CSQ. 




06 ou 


52 


k3 


CC 


GQiiini-5, CSQ. 




06 Oi+ 


52 


kk 


p 


Go ahead CSQ. I put trsmsmitter off. 




06 ok 


52 


kl 


CC 


Roger. Flight would like to know why the 
not asleep. 


Pilot is 


06 ou 


52 


52 


p 


Because the Command Pilot is occupied. 




06 ok 


52 


56 


CC 


Roger . 




06 Oit 


52 


09 


p 


For a more accurate report, the Command Pilot is 










unable to come to the phone right now. 




06 01+ 


53 


16 


CC 


CSQ copied. 




06 OU 


5if 


19 


CC 


Gemini-5, CSQ. 




0$ 01+ 


54 


22 


p 


Go ahead, CSQ. 




06 ok 


5U 


23 


CC 


Roger. Houston would like to know if the 
2 to 3 or 3 to 1. 


score is no\ 


06 01+ 


5U 


27 


p 


It's 2 to 2 in favor of the Astros. 




06 ok 


5it 


29 


CC 


Copy. 





HAWAII 

06 05 06 36 CC Ge3aini-5f this is Hawaii. 
06 05 06 53 CC Gemini-5, Hawaii CAP COM. 
06 05 06 57 C Go ahead, Hawaii. Gemini-^. 

06 05 06 59 CC Roger. We hold your system Green on the groxmd. 
06 05 07 OU C Roger. Everything loolcs good up here, 

06 05 07 21 CC G«nini-5, this is Hawaii. Be advised to tiirn on ycu' 

HF after Hawaii IjOS to RKV Acquisition which is 
I9:29:Ul, Station MCCH will be broodcaBting. 



06 05 


07 


39 


C 


Very good. Ilaank you. 


06 05 


09 


U6 


CC 


Gemini- 5, Hawaii, We're standing by. 


06 05 


09 


U9 


c 


Okay. Fine. Gemini-5 standing by too. 










ROSE KKOT VICTOR 


06 05 


31 


03 


CC 


Geniini-5, RKV CAP C(M. 


06 05 


3i 


27 


CC 


Gmini-5, FKV GAP COM. 


06 05 


31 


51 


CC 


G«ttini-5» RKV CAP COM. 


06 05 


31 


53 


c 


Go ahead, RKV. This is Geniini-5. 


06 05 


31 


55 


CC 


Roger. AH sensors look real good here on the 


06 05 


31 


59 


c 


- • « ^ 


06 05 


32 


02 


CC 


How did you receive the HF? 


06 05 


32 


Oil 


c 


That was great. We had it loud and clear over 










Ca ifomia right along. 


06 05 


32 


09 


CC 


Roger- Very good. Thank you. 



Ml 



fiAL 



Page 636 



06 05 


32 




C 


You ought to try some more of that. 


06 05 


32 


16 


cc 


Roger. Sounds real good down here also. 




















T hflv** nnthinfiT ■fiiT'thPT' "this nass. st^ndinc bv. 




01 
cJ 


? f 


P 
V 












HAWAII 


At', /V^ 

Ob Ob 


Ml 


12 


or* 




Ob Ob 


Hi 


Id 






Ob Ob 


Hi 


1 n 
19 




nOgCr - Aii ByB vsnis J.ou£ goou.. luu iicreu aiij I'Uxii^y 










give us a ca 1. 


Ob Ob 


l< -< 
Hi 


23 


L 


ujtay J iBignxy ime. inxngs xoos goou riere. 










ROSE KNOT VICTOR 


06 07 


01 


52 


CC 


Gaaini-5, RKV CAP Cm. 


06 07 


02 


03 


C 


Go ahead, RKV, Gemini -5. 


06 07 


02 


05 


CC 


Boger. I'd Like to advise you that Hawaii is goin 










to be metJcing scane HP checks during the next hour. 










you hear him, tJust disregard. 


06 07 


02 


\h 


C 


Okay, fine, thank you. 


06 07 


02 


16 


CC 


And we'd like to get your experiment status over t 










last 2k hours if you have that available. 


06 07 


02 


18 


C 


Okay, I better pass that on to the next station. 



not quite yet available. 



i 



Page 637 



06 07 02 27 


CC 


Roger, ■understand. 


06 07 02 i+0 


CC 


Gaiuni-5, PJCv'. Everything looks real good t 






groxind. 


06 07 02 


C 


Okay, migjity fine, liOoiss real good here. 


06 07 02 53 


C 


I am powered up for a couple minytes here . 


06 07 02 56 


CC 


Roger, we was noticing it on the ground. 


06 07 oi* 58 


CC 


Gemini-5, RKV CAP COM. 


06 07 05 00 


c 


Go ahead, RKV, Gemini-5 . 


06 07 05 02 


CC 


Were you able to null th«n out pretty good? 


06 07 05 OU 


c 


Roger, have thera all nulled out now. 


06 07 05 06 


CC 


Very good then. 



COASTAL SEWTKf QUEBEC 
06 07 57 32 CC Gemini-5, CSQ, CAP COM. 
06 0? 57 35 P CSQ GAP COM, Gemini-5 here. Go aliead. 

06 07 57 38 CC Be advised UHF 6. 
06 07 57 P Roger, UHF 6. 

06 07 57 U5 CC Roger, and I have a Map update when you are ready to copy. 
06 07 57 5^ P Roger. 

06 07 5© 05 CC Roger. Map 23:iO:09. Longitude 32 degrees East. Rev 97. 

Star 23:10:09, 23:39:07- Do you copy? 
06 07 58 hk P Affirmative. 

06 (y? 58 46 CC And CSQ is standing by for experiment status. 
06 07 58 51 ? Roger, experiment status --this will be the status as of 

what we did yesterday? 



Page 638 



06 07 


59 


31 


CC 


06 07 


59 


33 


P 


06 07 


59 


kl 


CC 


06 07 


59 


k?. 


P 



06 07 59 10 CC Copy. 

06 07 59 17 P We did no D-6 camera work, but on the D-6 Sequence No. 135, 

first pass, we were not in view of . . . Second pass, we 
did it to the right direction but didn't see anything. 
CSQ copy. 

Before we shuttered we got a klj and a kl8. 
Copy. 

And a 6, ... and a 5 *t 3 • . ■ and a 7 that was 

mostly one sequence. Ifostly D-l/U Australia. We saw the 
smoHe go ... miles but we were in the wrong attitude to 
observe at passing overhead ... with the ... except we 
may have gotten the 70*11111 picture that they wanted. We 
won't know until it's developed tcaaorrow. Hie space- 
craft may have been in the way. 
06 08 00 3i* CC CSQ copy. 

06 05 00 39 P ... more photographs with the 35«b> with the other . . , 

would be in the S-5/S-6 category. But these are not 
listed as experiments. 

06 08 01 00 CC Eoger. CSQ has you GO on the ground. Have nothing 

further. Stand by. 

06 08 01 06 P Roger. We're GO up here. 

HAWAII 

06 08 15 26 CC Gemini -5, this is Hawaii CAP C(M. We hold your systems 

Green on the ground. 



Page 639 



06 06 


15 


31 


P 


Hawaii CAP COM, GeBiini-5. Go ahead. 


06 08 


15 


3h 


CC 


We hold your systems Green on the ground. 


06 08 


15 


37 


P 


Roger. We're Green up here. 


06 08 


15 


53 


CC 


Gmxni-5, Hawaii CAP C(M. Would you give us the cryo 










quantity readxjut, ECS O2 first, please? 


06 08 


16 


01 


p 


Roger. 


06 08 


16 


23 


CC 


Fuel Cell O2 now, please. 


06 08 


16 


26 


p 


Roger. 


06 08 


16 


50 


p 


Hawaii, Geiainl-5- 


06 06 


16 


52 


CC 


Go ahead, GCTdni-5. 


06 06 


16 


54 


p 


Roger. I heard him ask for fuel cell, ... fuel cell. 










Say, would you and Flight work up a list of stations. 










we are, cair . . . has changed enough now that we are off 










the Flight Plan that we have here and we weren't 










expecting to hear from you. 


06 08 


17 


13 


CC 


Wilco, we'll make one up. 


06 08 


17 


16 


p 


Roger . 


06 06 


17 


17 


CC 


Roger, GCTiini-5. We'll do that. 


06 08 


17 


21 


p 


I want the Flight Plan and aaybe a little update as to 










the ACQ times that we could correct in the Flight Plan 










that we have. Okay. 


06 08 


17 


26 


CC 


Roger. 


06 08 


17 


27 


CC 


Roger, we'll do that. 


06 08 


17 


28 


p 


Thank you. 



06 08 


17 




cc 


We'll cive it to vou at the RKV this oass. Gemini. 


06 08 


17 


36 


p 


Very good. 


06 08 


17 




cc 


Okay, G^ini-5, you can t;irn the cryo quantity back to 










OFF. 


06 08 


'18 


12 


cc 


Geittini-5, Hawaii standing by. 


06 08 


18 


15 


p 


Geniini»5 standing by. Thank yt>u. 










ROSE KNOT VICTOK 


06 08 


36 


29 


cc 


Geiaini-5, Gemini-5, -iCV CAP COM, conm check. How do 










you read? 


06 08 


36 


50 


p 


RKV CAP COM, GeminL-5 reails you loud and clear. 


06 06 


36 


53 


cc 


Roger. Read you loud and clear, also. All Bystems are 










GO on the ground. I have some acquisition times for 










you if you are ready to copy. 


06 08 


36 


59 


p 


Ready to copy. 


06 08 


37 


00 


cc 


Okay, Do you want these things to the nearest second, 










or will minutes do? 


06 08 


37 


02 


p 


Minutes are fine. 


06 08 


37 


0i4 


cc 


Okay, fine. CSQ, we have knocked 97:23:32, KKV 97:00:1 










CSQ 98:01:08, RKV 98:01 :U5, CSQ 99:02:1*0, rkv 99:03:19, 










CYI 100:03;1*3, CSq 100:0i+:l6, RKV 100:OU:53, CYI 










101:05:16, RKV 101:06:30. Do you copy? 


06 06 


38 


52 


p 


Affirmative, 


06 06 


38 


53 


cc 


Roger, incidentally, your Flight Plan is lagging by 



19 minutes. 



Page 6i*i 



06 09 


32 


50 


cc 


06 09 


33 


07 


c 


06 09 


33 


10 


cc 



06 08 38 59 P Okay. 

06 08 39 01 CC We have a ... update for you. Ycair orbit is LO? by l60. 

Flight time expectancy, 20 days. 
06 08 2U CC Gejnini-5, this is RIC/, We have one minute before LOS. 

We'll be standing by. 

COASTAL SENTRY QUEBEC 
Geiaini-5, CSq CAP COM. 
CSQ CAP COM, Gcmini-5. 

Gaiiini-5, CSQ would like to take some ground readings 
of your cryogenic quantities. Would you select EC3 0^ 
on your Quantity Read Switch, please? 
06 09 33 20 C Roger. You have it. 

06 09 33 2U CC Also, Houston advises we'd like you to null rates 

before reaching the i^XV in order to vrarm up the 
thrusters. Do not use thrusters 7 and 8. They also 
suggest that you nuii rates every 2 to 3 hours of a duty 
cycle for the thrusters. Over. 

06 09 33 Mf C Okay, fine. 

06 09 33 W CC And they'd like to know if you've noticed anj' decrease 

in rates and venting peeling off. 
06 09 33 57 C Negative. The venting seems to be keeping on about 

the same. 

06 09 3*^ 02 CC CSQ copy. 



Page 6^ 



06 09 




Ik 


CC 


Fuel Cell 0^ position please. 


06 09 




55 


cc 


Gemini-5, do you have your suit temperature control 










turned down? 


06 09 




59 


c 


Roger . ... 








re* 




06 09 


36 


06 


cc 


Geniini-5 you can return the (Jwantity Swittrrh to OFF, 










please. 


06 09 


36 


08 


p 


Got it. 


06 09 


36 


ih 


cc 


CSQ has nothing further, standing by. 


06 09 


36 


17 


D 

i. 


Okay. 










ROSE KNOT VICTOR 


06 10 


11 


06 


CC 


Gemini-5, RKV CAP COM check. How do ycu read? 


06 iO 


11 


10 


p 


This is Gemini-5. Read you loud and clear, KKV . 










How us? 


06 10 


11 


lU 


cc 


Roger. We read you GO on the ground. We'd like 










you to purge both sections at this time. Give me a 










mark when you start. 


06 LO 


11 


3k 


p 


Mark, 


06 10 


11 


35 


cc 


On No. 1. 


06 10 


11 


iiS 


p 


Gemini is complete on 1, starting on 2. 


06 10 


12 


06 


p 


Okay, hydrogen's complete. Purging 0^ on Ro, 1. 


06 10 


12 


19 


p 


Mark, 


06 10 


lU 


19 


p 


No. 1 Og contplete, staj-ting No. 2 



06 


iO 


i6 


27 


p 


Wo. 2 O2 purge complete. 


06 


10 


i6 


29 


cc 


Roger. Thank you very much, Genu.ni-5. .,'e,*d like Lo 












have a propeilant quantity readout please. 


06 


10 


i6 




p 


■Hiink we had LOG, FJCV. 


06 


10 


16 


39 


cc 


Eay again. 


06 


iO 


i6 


UO 


p 


I didn't hear your last, I thought we had LOG. 


06 


10 


16 


U3 


cc 


Negative. We'd like to have a propellant quantit-y 












readout , 


06 


10 


16 


51 


c 


Propellant quantity readout about 9 percent. 


06 


10 


i6 


56 


cc 


Roger, underEtaind 9 percent. We'd like to ranind 












the Pilot of a medica data pass over the CGQ on 












Rev 98 at 01 :06:05. 


06 


10 


17 


1-3 


c 


Roger. Thank you. 


06 


10 


17 


15 


cc 


Fine. Flight wou'd also like to know how you did 












on damping those rates, how the thrustrrs worked EOid 












how effective they were. 


Ob 


lO 


w 


23 


L 


j.nruBi*erB uiiau woijvtu- wext. tiiA. 


06 


10 


17 


26 


cc 


i;oger. Underst and . 


06 


10 


17 


29 


c 


What was that time over CSQ? 


06 


10 


17 


32 


cc 


01:06:05. 


06 


10 


17 


35 


c 


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valid temperature. Standing by for your blo.d pressure 



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Roger, CSQ,. lie' re GC up here, blood pressure coming 










down . 


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G«mini-5, this is CS? Surgeon. VJe have full scaLe. 










COASTAL SENTr.Y QUEBEC 


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Gemini-5, this is CSQ Surgeon, We have a valid 










blood pressure. Start exercise. Give me a mark. 


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Roger . Mark . 


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Gemini-5, CSQ Surgeon. Your cuff is at full scale. 


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GeiBini-5. We have a valid blood pressure. Standing 










by for your water report . 


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Roger. ... pounds and just getting ready ... 04 Char": 










And I have an hour and a half . , . 


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Do you copy? 


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CSQ copy. 


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Ganini-5, CSQ. I'd like to remind you that ycu should 










do the S-8, D-L3 sequence 1 and 2 when changing sleep 










cycles. Also have tropical depression for you. .re 










you ready to copy? 


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Heady to copy. 


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Roger. Location is 20 North, 150 East. Time of c!ose 










approach, Oi:iU:58, That will be just after CSQ LOS. 


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Roger. Do you know which side of the track it's on? 



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Negative. Don't have the track — the ... of track 












at this time- 


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Okay. Thank you. 


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Okay. Don't use any fuel to locate this, and they'd 












like you to give your coianents to RKV on this pess. 


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Roger - 


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Also have a F Light Plan update. Are you ready to copy? 


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Negative. 


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Ready to copy. 


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Cftcay. This is an S-7. Touai of 57. 02:^+8:36, 01. 


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Okay. 02:i+8:36, 01, S-7. 


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Roger, Sequence 01. Hemarks, if possible. Second, 












total 57. Ol«; 18:21. Sequence 01. Again, if possible. 












Over. 


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Roger. Ihis is the two S-7's. 


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That's affirm. 


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Okay. 


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CSQ has nothing further, standing by. 


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Roger. 












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06 11 i+7 11 CC Roger, read you loud and clear. Ail syetems are GO 

on the ground. We'd like to remind you that you have 
B medical data pass on the CoMBcnd Pilot over the GEO 
on Rev 99. I'll give you a time. 02:1+0:01. 

06 11 1*7 ^*0 P Roger, copy, 

06 11 li7 1+3 CC Okay, We'd also like to advise you that if while dainpinF: 

your rates in the future if you notice another thruster 
failure or if you notice any more sluggishness than 
you've noticed to the present time, to just terminate 
your danq)ing and inform the next site, ait Fli^it has. 
some alternate procedures that you might try in that 
event . 

06 11 1+8 05 P Okay. 

06 11 1+8 08 CC Do you have any sort of a report over that tropical 

depression? 

06 11 liB 11 P I saw that we passed right over it. It is a rather large 

stom with heavy cuiaulus activity. We could see air-to- 
ground lightning even in the daytime. And it docs have 
an eye. 

Can you estimate the size of it? 
It was a couple hundred miles across, I guess. 
Roger. 

I have some 6-8/D-I3 scores for ycu. 



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06 II 1+8 41 CC Okay. 

06 11 1+8 45 P Okay. At 06:21 :20 we ran a set and Ccnrad had nine 

vTong and Cooper had nine wronf:, but the M-9 Conrad 
had 95, 98, 97, 98, 98. Cooper had 90, 91, 92, 92, 9?. 

06 11 1+9 13 CC Okay. Got it. 

06 11 1+9 15 P Then we ran another one at 07:01:1+5 and the Pilot had 

nine wrong; Conanand Pilot had six wrong. Coraiaand 
PiJofs M-9 was 91, 91, 9i, 91, 92. The Pilot was 
96, 97, 95, 95, 96. 

06 11 1+9 ^ CC Okay. I copy. 

06 11 1+9 51* CC I was putting down C for Conrad and C for Cooper there to 

begin with. 
06 11 1+9 58 P Sorry. 

06 11 51 05 CC GcHiini-5, this is KKV, We have nothing else for you. 

We'll be standing by, 
06 11 51 08 P Okay. 

COASTAL SraJTRY QUEBEC 
06 T2 1+L 22 CC Gemini-5, CBq. Be advised we don't have a valid tempera- 
ture as yet. 
06 12 1+2 21+ P CSQ, Gemini-5. 

06 12 1»2 27 CC Gemini-5, CSQ. 
06 12 1+2 29 P Did you call? 



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06 12 h2 32 GC Roger. To advise we didn't have a valid temperature. 

We'd also like you to select the FC ... position on 
your Quantity Read Switch, and advise we do have a valid 
temperature now. Standing by for blood pressure. 

06 l^2 1*6 P ... complete. 

06 i2 k2 k7 CC We have a valid blood pressure also. 
06 12 1+2 51 P Okay. 

Ob 12 k3 hi C In the next pass any . . , ? 

06 12 1+3 1+8 CC Geinini-5, CSQ Gurgeon. Ive have a valid ... Your blood 

pressure is at full scale. 
06 12 kk CC GeHiini-5, CSQ Sui-geon. W'e have a valid blood pressure. 

Standing by for water report. 
06 12 1+1+1+6 C Roger. Conasand Pilot has drunk 30 povinds 13 ounces of 

water, 

05 12 Mt 5^+ CC Roger. 

06 12 1+1+ 55 c I finished meal i+C at 02:00:00. 
06 12 i+5 03 CC Roger. 

06 12 1+5 01+ C Had approximately one hour sleep during the last sleen 

period. 
06 12 1+5 11 CC Rog. 

06 12 1+5 18 CC Gemini-5, CSQ. I request you go to the OFF position 

with your :;uantity Read, and I have a Map update wht-n 
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Your Map 03:37;*+!*, loncitude 36.5 West, Rev ...0. 












Star 03:37:4i+, 23:3U:34, 


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be a UHF 6. Over. 


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Gemini-5, CSQ Surgeon. Your water report was for the 












Command Pilot, was it not? 


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Aff innative. 


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Roger, Out. 


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Gemini-5 > RKV COM check. How do you read? 


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Roger, RKV. Gemini-5 reads you loud and clear. 


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Roger. Read you Loud and clear also. Your status is 












GO on the ground. We have some PLA updates for you. 












Acknowlpdge when you're ready to copy. 


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Roger. Ready to copy. 


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102-2, 06:29:21, 1.6 plus Ufi, 21 plus 57, lOs-S, Oi-.O' 



J5 plus 20, 20 plus 29. lOU-2, 09:1+0:39, 13 plus ^e, 
19 plus 09. 105-2, 11:16:^9, 12 plus i*0, 18 dIue 02. 



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106-1, 12:38:58, ih plus 03, 19 plus ik, BariX ariglcs 
remain the same. Ro].l left 53. Roll right 6?. Vieather 
Is good in all aress. 
06 13 22 2U C Roger. I got it a 1, Those ... bank nngles. Thr-rJi you 

ve]-y Boich. 

06 13 22 27 CC Roger. We'd like to know what sort of tianble rates you 

are experiencing up there, 
06 13 22 31+ C Roger. We have very very slow rates now, I got them 

damped down a little earlier and we're just very slowly 
oscillating -- and I'm not oscillating -- Just ... 
Understand . 

Gemini-5, KKV CAP COM. How do you read? 
Roger. Reading you loud and clear. 

Okay, stand by for my mark in about h seconds or so; in 
fact, right now. 
Hark, 

As of 03:2i*:39 you start at your iOOth Rev and congratu- 
Lations are extended to both of you from all the flight 
controllers throughout the world. 
C Thank you very much. 

CC Roger . 

G We just have 22 orbits to ?o here. 

CC "niat's right. On.y 22, 



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06 13 25 06 CC incidentally, if you' LI turn on your HF receiver following 

this test, we'll send your wsy about 15 minutes of 
uninterrupted music. 

06 13 25 15 C That would be very, very nice. Thank you. 

06 13 25 18 CC You're quite welcome, I'm sure. 

06 j 3 25 39 CC Gemini-5, this is RKV. We'll be standing by in case you 

have anything further. 
06 13 25 Mt C Roger. Thank ycu very much, 

06 13 27 33 CC MUSI C. 

06 13 33 55 CC ... this is ... transmitting ... voice ... your favorite 

movie themes . 
06 13 2t+ 3'+ CC MUSIC. 

MCC, CAPE K£I«f?:DY 

06 13 39 59 CC Hello. Gemini-5, Gemini-5, this is Houston CAP COM. 

Ca ling HF check. Transmitting from the Caps Trans- 
mitter. Give us a call at Canarif:s if you read this 
radio check. This is MCCH, the Golden Voice of radio, 
returning you now to your favorite movie theme s.neb. 
MUSIC. 

CPiiA:--:Y isi7.r«)s 

05 13 kS CC Gemini-5, this is Cana.-y CAP COM. 

06 13 00 CC Geminio, this is Canary CAP CCM. We wou^d like to 

know how many C-7 photos you have taken so far. 



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06 L3 if4 08 C Roger, Canary, this is Geitiini-5. Just a minute, then 

I'll look. 

06 L3 hk 27 C Canary, you read Gemini 

06 13 Ulf 30 CC Roger. 

06 L3 1+1^ 3L C Rog, we didn't get the last group ... attitude. Over. 

06 13 39 CC Rog, understand you did not get the Last group due to 

attitude. 

06 13 M+ 43 C Yes, ve got one more coming up here that we'll try again. 

06 kh k8 CC Okay, we'd like to know the total number that have been 

taken. 

06 13 1+9 54 C Roger, just a second. 

06 13 44 56 CC Okay, we would a so like to know the number of subjects 

that you have photographed. 
06 L3 45 03 CC the S-7. 

06 13 45 13 C All right, we've taken 26 exposures on S-7, and approximate 

9 different subjects. Over. 
06 13 45 43 CC Roger, copy 26 photos and 9 different subjects. 
06 13 45 50 C Right. 

06 13 45 51 CC ... we have some AOS times for you if you're prepared to 

copy. 

06 !.3 45 57 C Okay, just a second. 

06 13 45 59 CC Roger. Flight would aiso Like to know if you heard tht 

HF transmissions between ]-KV and Canaries. 
06 13 46 08 C Yes, sure did. It was verv nice. 



06 13 '+6 11 CC Okay. 

OG 13 h6 I'y C Okay, go ahead on AOS times. 

C6 13 I46 l8 CC Roger, Canajy Islands, Rtv lOP would be 06;50. Carnarvon, 

Rev L02 v/iil be 07 hours 26 minutes. 

06 13 U6 36 C Okay. 

06 13 1»6 37 CC Canary Islands, Rev 103 '-^iH be 08 hours 25 minutes. 

06 13 i46 l^it C Okay. 

06 13 t»6 45 CC Carnarvon, Rev IO3 will be 09 hotU'S even. 

06 J3 53 C Okay. 

dS 13 hk 5h CC Guaymas, Rev IO3 will be 09 hours kO minutes, 

06 13 ^7 03 C Okay. 

06 ]3 U7 01+ CC Canary Islands, Rev IOI+ will be 09 hours 59 minutes. 

06 13 hi 11 C Okay. 

06 13 U7 i3 CC Carnarvon, Rev iO^t will be 10 hours and 35 minutes. 

06 13 U7 19 C Ail right. 

06 13 i*7 22 CC GuayBtas, Rev lOk will be 11 hours 12 minutes. 

06 13 lf7 29 C Cto ahead. 

06 13 k7 30 CC Canaries, 105 will be 11 hours 3^4 minutes. 

06 13 ^+7 38 C Okay. 

06 13 39 CC Carnarvon, 105 will be 12 hoiu-s 09 minutes. 

06 13 47 C Okay. 

06 13 1^7 1+6 CC Hawaii, IO5, L2 hours 35. 

06 13 kj 52 C Okay. 

06 ]3 it7 5it CC Guaymas IO5 will be 12 hours h6 minutes, and that's it. 



06 13 ^ 00 C Okay, thank you very niuch. 

06 13 ^ 02 CC Roger, everything Looks good from th^ ground here. 
06 13 1(3 05 C Okay, everything Looks good here. 

ROSE KTfOT VICTOR 
06 ik 30 CC Gemini-5, EKV CAP COM. 

06 Ik Ik C Go ahead, /trt. Check ... I(KV, Geau.ni-5. 

06 Ik 5^ 39 CC Roger, I have a Flight Plan update for you. 
06 Lk ^k 43 C Can you wait for about a minute? 

06 Ik 54 45 CC Roger. 
06 14 5*+ 5^ C Go ahead. 

06 1 It 54 56 CC MSC-1, 05:24:00 start time. End time 06:25:00. 
06 14 55 l4 C Okay. 

06 l4 55 16 CC I'd like for you to give you a little information so 

you can have ready for Canary. 
06 14 55 22 C All right. 

06 14 55 24 CC We would like for you to have a wet and dry bulb reading 

ready. 

06 14 55 30 C Okay. 

06 14 55 31 CC And we'd like for you to get a temperature of the window, 

the . . . around the window and temperature of the 
blotter, about 1 inch east of window. 

06 l4 55 55 C Okay. 



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06 lU 55 58 cc Would you cycle ycur fiuantity Read Switch to the Hp 

position, please. 

I'd Like to have the amount of time remaining on your 
D.4/D-7 report, if you have it. 
It's, I believe, at 16 minutes ... 
Roger. 

We got one more sequence of Test 7 pictures, 0U:l8:0l. 
Roger, understand, one more sequence number, 7 photoggraph. 
Roger. That's S-7 experiment, sequence 1. 
Setfuence 1, roger. 

You may place your Quantity Cvitch to the OFF position. 
We'd like a little more detailed evaluation of the HF 
iBUsic froM RKV to Canaries on the last orbit. We wouLd 
like to know if you noticed any fading, any dropouts of 
any kind, and if you heard voice in the backgroimd 
sometlses as well as music. 
06 l4 57 26 C Katvirally, we heard a little voice and then once ... 

switch down there, we heard a little voice and I imagine 
there was a little bit of fading but not bad at all, 
. . , think it was pretty good. 
Roger. Ltaderstand. 

Did it drop out completely at anytime? 
Yes, it finally dropped out. Not Just coospleteiy, it 
gradually died down as well as CW over . . , 



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06 lU 57 58 CC Hoger, understand. 

06 Ik 57 59 C Somebody was cutting in from CfW fairly close to that 

frequency . 
06 U 58 03 CC Rog. 

06 Ih 59 15 CC Gemini-5, KKV CAP COM, Everything looks good here on 

the ground. We have nothing else for you. We'll be 
standing by. 

06 ll+ 59 2; C Okay, very fine. You want that wet and dry bulb for 

teB5)eratui'es and so forth for Canaries on this pass. 

06 lit 59 27 CC That's affirmative. Both the wet and bulb, wet and 

dry bulb and the ten^jerature report at Canaries, 

06 ]l+ 59 3U C Okay, we'll try to have it. 

06 lU 59 36 CC Their acquisition is 05: Lb. 

06 lU 59 *t0 C Rog. I have that. 

CANARY ISLANDS 

06 15 18 12 CC Geniini-5, this is KKV CAP COM. Standing by for your 

report. 

06 15 l8 l8 C Roger, f-JT/, Everything is Green here. 

06 15 i8 20 CC Everything looks good on the ground. 
06 15 l8 23 C Okay. 

06 15 l8 29 CC And we're ready for your report any time. 

06 15 l8 3U C Roger. Are you ready for the temperature report? 

06 15 ]8 36 CC "Riat's affirmative. 



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Roger. Dry bulb temperature is 7^ degrees. 


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And the best I can tell the window, the window frarae. 












and the padding around the window are all right at temp. 












7^ degrees. Over, 


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Roger. Copy. 


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Anything else you need? 


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Negative, that's about it. Thank ycru imich. We'll stand 












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Roger. We have all your systems Green on the ground. 



We'd Like for you ... your Quantity Read Switch to 
the Fue' Ceil i^2 provision program. 



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Okay. 

G«nini-5, you may return it to the OFF position now. 
Okay. 

W.-; have nothing else for you this pass. We'll be 
standing by. 
Thank yooi. 

HOUSTON 
Geiu.ni-5, Houston CAP COM. 

Good ffloming, Houston CAP COM. Geaiini-5 here. 
Koger. You're Looking good on the ground. I've got a 
couple of requests for you. VJhen you damp your rates, 
the next time you daaip them or at any time, would you 
please turn on your rate gyros so we can get some data 
on the rates ajid the rates during your damping? Copy? 
06 16 39 52 C Eoger. We copy that. 

06 16 39 5^ CC Okay, and then you can turn the gyros off after you get 

through daD5)ing the rates. And would you try to damp 
over the States on the 103 Rev so that we can get a 
real-time readout on the grovind as yooi do yoiir damping. 
If you can hold off until then we would appreciate it. 
Youj- Texas ,\0S on the 103 Rev is 0^%kl\k^, 

06 16 UO 21 C 09;i*i;U5, right. 

06 16 UO gi* CC Okay, and can you give us an idea what your maxinaim 

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06 16 UO 32 C It'll vary from time to time, but we're still venting, 

and if you let them vary, they'll build on up to 11 or 12 
degrees per second. 

06 i6 U7 CC Rog. .'\nd about how long does it take them to buiJd up 

to that rate? 

06 i6 kO 51 C It takes quite a while and all-in-all it stayed much on 

one axis; of course, it was split between the axes. It 
won't stay with one axis purely. 
Roger. I understand. Is it mostly yaw? 
Mostly yaw, yes. 

Okay. We 1, we figure that you're just about ready to 
stop venting now, so if you get a stop on it you could 
give us the word. 
06 16 h\ n C Okay. 

06 16 k\ 19 CC Do you want to continue to receive the station acquisition 

times, or would a Delta T time differential from your 
Flight Plan be acceptable to you. 

06 16 Ul 29 C Just the Delta Time would be acceptable. 

06 l6 Ui 32 CC Okay. V/ell right now you're running about 19 minutes 

later than your Flight Plan. In other words, your 
acquisition at this station according to your Flight 
Plan was about 06:iU and you actually came over about 
06:38. 



w I t 1 i L> J i i » J VI. 



06 l6 Uj C Okay, 19 minutes then. All right, you want us to try 

daB^ing on the 103 R^v over the States, right? 
06 16 kl 57 CC That's affii-mative, 

06 l6 kl 59 C Okay. We've been using the rate gyros each turn the 

danp went ... ^ 

06 16 k2 03 CC Okay. Real fine. We can get the data on that and 

that'll he-p them analyze what the rates are doing. 
06 16 1*2 08 C Eight. 

06 l6 i*2 ^1 CC Gemini-5, Houston here. Actually, I got a correction 

on your Delta T. It's really 2k minutes, not 19; 
2k minutes later than the Flight Plan. 

06 16 k2 50 C All right, 2k minutes later. 

06 16 k2 53 CC Eoger. You were supposed to be here at 06:lk and 

you're here at 06:'j8. 
06 16 if2 58 C Okay. Fine. 

06 16 1+3 02 CC Gordo, in regard to the radar, I understand you ran 

some tests this mcming to check for SPAMTS inter- 
ference. Did you get any lock-on lights when you 
were operating it this morning? 

06 16 U3 19 C No. Not that I noticed. 

06 16 1*3 23 CC Roger. Are you pointing toward the groiind at the 

present time? 
06 16 k3 29 C Yes, I am. 



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06 16 ii3 32 CC How about turning on the radar for me right now and 

just t&Xe a half a minute or so wamup and stand by and 
turn it on and see what we get here. Just for a :iuick 
check and then Just turn it right back off. I'm 
interested to see if you get a lock-on here when you 
really shouldn't. 

06 l6 U3 52 C Okay. You want me to ... stand by? 

06 16 U3 5U CC Just put it on STANDBY for 30 seconds or so, or a 

minute, and then -- 

06 16 hi 01 C Okay. It's in STANDBY. 

06 l5 03 CC Roger. 

06 i5 U3 09 CC Okay, and after it's warmed up for 30 seconds or a 

minute here we'll put it on and just see if you get a 
lock-on. We're contemplating another Radar Test today 
as you come across the Cape looking at the pod on the 
ground, trying to repeat the good results you got last 
Sunday. We noticed that the only thing we can really 
see is the difference between that and the subsequent 
ones we've done is that the platform was not on that 
first time, so we're planning to try to do another on*: 
today with the pLatform off jMst to see if we get good 
range readouts and to see if they will go into the computer 
in the Rendezvous Mode like we tried to do the other day 
on those other two test*. 



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Okay. 

I thinJc we've probably had enough warmup here now. Why 
don't you turn it on and see if you get a lock-on light? 
I'm pointing right at the ground now. 
Okay. 

Are we stLll in contact? 
Negative. 

Okay. Do you get a Lock-on light? 
No. 

Okay, fine. Well, when we lose I-OG here, you can just 

turn ii- on back off. 

Okay. 

There is still no lock-on light, I presume? 
Ho lock-on light. That's right. 
Is the hydrogen going to last us? 
Beg your pardon? 

Is the hydrogen going to last us? 

Oh, yes. No problem on that, Gordo. We're well ahead.. 
Ihe reason it's still coming down like this is that we're 
not using it as fast as expected, and that's why it hasn't 
stopped venting yet. But we're in real good shape. 'IVie 
tightest thing is going to be this water storage capacity, 
and it looks like we have a pad of about 3 to 10 pounds, 
something in that region, at the cofflpletion of your 8 
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Did you copy, Cemini-57 
Affirmative, Ed. Flight, we're ... 
Roger . 

Are you still there, Gordo? 
Yes, I am. 

I was just going to say the water storage capacity is 
the only thing that was really tight, but ae I mentioned, 
we're in good shape on that. We'll have about an extra, 
say, half a day or scxnething like that. 

CAMRf ISLANDS 

06 16 51 37 CC GeHu.ni-5, this is Canary CAP COM. You need not answer. 

Would you place your Quantity Read Switch to Fuel Cell 
Hg, please? 

06 l6 53 10 CC Okay. Geinini-5, you can turn the Quantity Read OFF again. 

Everything e'se looks good from here. 



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Okay. Looks good from here too. Thank you. 


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Go ahead, Carnarvon. Gemini -5 here. 


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Roger. I have a Flight Plan update. Will you prepare 












to copy? 


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Okay. Ready to copy. 

Roger. First ita», D-U/D-7. 08:56:00. Sequence No. kl^. 
Remarks, use 2 minutes on recorder. Point southeast at 
horizon c ouds near Perth and Geraldton. Next item S-8/D-13. 
09:03:10. Sequence No. Oi|. Pitch dovm 30- Yaw Left 20. 
Do you copy? 



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Okay. Request you open your E-S Sensor Circuit Breaker for 












about two minutes. I'll give you a mark when to close again 


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Open. 


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That's a 1 on the Flight Plan update this time. 


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Roger, it's closed. 


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t{og, Gemini, Houston here. Could you give U8 a fuel 
cell purge on both sections please? 

Roger, Fue! ce 1 purge on both sections. Want that 

right now? 

Rog. Go ahead. 

Purge No. 1. 

Roger . 

Mark. 

Roger, 

Purge on No. 2. 

Understand. 

Purge off on Ho. 2. 

Roger. 

Fuel 091 No. 1. 

Hog. 

Mark. 

Roger, 

Oxygen off section 1. 
Roger . 

Oxygen on Section 2. 
Roger. 

Gemini, Houston. It's Looking good on the ground. 
Oxygen off on section 2, Crossover switch is OFF. 
Kog, understand. Looks good. Everything looks good on 
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06 l8 18 00 C Rog. Looks good here. 

06 18 l8 02 CC Okay. Be advised that during yoTir experimentB use no 

fuel . We don't want to use any fuel until we look at it a 
little longer. If you can perform the experiments, go 
ahead, but we'll make another evaluation on Eov 107 ovt-r 
the U.S. as to fuel usage. Okay? 

06 l8 i8 19 C Okay. I think that's a pretty good idea because I can 

actually detect it going down in the little bit of damping 
I've been doing. 

Okay. About what kind of rates do you have now? 
Our rates are ... here this last orbit. 
Okay. Fine. 

Three or four or five orbits to build up. 
Understand. We're going to give you a power -up procedure 
at Carnarvon or either over the States during the updates. 
We'll include it in the experiment updates, and this is 
to use scHne jater pm pver tje States to try and slow 
the hydrogen venting down. And we'll pass it to you 
later. 

06 18 19 05 C Okay. 

06 18 19 07 CC And we have a workout today. I'll give you the procedures 

now and we'll give you the go ahead on performing it prior 
to the test. It'll be done in the IO6 Rev and it will 
require fuel, so do not perform it until we give you the 
go ahead. 



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BEH>1UDA 
Test No. 11, Configuration. 
You're cutting in and out, 

Rog, understand. VJe're about ready to get LCS here. 
We'll have Carnarvon pass it up to you or else Vf' Li 
catch you on the next pass around the States. 
Okay. Fine. 

When you get tu Carnarvon, the weather doesn't look very 

good at Woodley Ranch. So if it looks bad down there, go 

ahead and spend more time on that D-U/D-7. 

Gemin i , Houston . 

Go ahead, Houston, Gemini-t). 

We'll try and have Canaries pass that Radar Tost up to 
you, so if you've got a pad and pencil when you get over 
there they'll read it to you. Okay? 
Fine. 

Gemini-5, this is Canary CAP COM, Would you place 
your Quantity Read Switch to the H2 position? Thank 
you. 

Roger. . . . 

Roger. How do you read? 
Reading you loud and clear. 

Okay. I'll give this Radar Test No. Jl. Are you 
ready to copy? 



06 l8 26 33 C Roger. Go ahead. 

06 1.8 26 36 CC Okay. Conf Ifra.ation sairie as 8, plus Computer to 

F£NDE2V0US, MMU address 69, Kate Gyro is ON; Platform 
OFF. Procedu;-e, read out 69 and tell us update. Then 
switch to CATCH UP for 5 seconds Back to RENDEZVOUS, 
Repeat five tiraos. if 69 readout bad, Radar to STAI'iDBY 
for 1 second, then ON. Clocking accuracy not critical. 
Minimize fuel. At completion, Platform ON. Do you 
copy? 

06 i8 21 h\ C Roger. 

06 18 27 1+9 CO Okay. That's all of it. 

06 lb 21 56 CC Okay. You can switch your Quantity Head back to the 

OFF position. 

06 18 29 ^8 CC Gemini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. Did you get an onboard 

reading of fuel cell H2 while you were in the read 
position? 

06 18 29 27 C Roger. 

06 18 29 29 CC What was it? 

06 18 29 31 C I want to make sure. 

06 18 29 3*+ CC All right. 

06 16 29 it L C I'm reading 17 percent. 17 percent. 

06 18 29 i+7 CC Roger, Copy 17 percent. Thank you. That's all ve 

have for you. You're J coking good on the ground. We'll 

stand by. 



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CkOTini-'?, this is Can^try. Do you read? 


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Roger. Read you loud axid clear. 


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Yes. Have a check this D-U/D-7, '+19. Check 












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the blind. We've had LOS here and did not copy the 
last of your transmission. 

CARNARVON 



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Gemini-5, Carnarvon. 


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Go ahead, Carnarvon. Geinini-5. 


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Are you in attitude for the D-5/D-7? 


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Roger. V/hen you've completed D-U/D-7, let me know. I've 












got a Flight P'an update. 


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towards Wood i ey now . 


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Va:ve circuit breaker open. Radiator flew to BYPTiS, 
Secondary Coolant Pump B OK, Next item: Power, i;^:00:00. 
Remarks. 

• • • 

Say again. 

Bead the first set of remarks again. 

Okay. The Primary Coolant Valve circuit breaker to open. 
Next, Radiator F ow Switch to BYPASG. Next, Secondary 
Coolant Loop Pump B ON. '■\'hat we're trying to do is warm 
up ycur secondary loop. 
06 L9 0i+ 26 P Okay. 

06 19 Oit^ 29 CC Without bypassing the primary on radiators. Okay, next 

item, power up; 1 2:00:00. Remarks: l<adiator flow to 
FLOW. Primary Ceo' ant Valve circuit breaker closed. 
Fuel Cell Section 2 purge. Section 2 power on. Rate 
Gyros, Platform and Computer OK. Did you copy? 

06 19 05 26 C Roger. We got that. 

06 19 05 28 CC Okay. Next item, D-h/D-'l: l2: 10:00. Sequence No, 1+07. 



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Next item, D-VD-7: 12:50:U6. Sequence No. k2k Bravo. 
Load No. 15. Remarks; Pitch down 30, yaw left 22. 
Speed 30, test time 12:51:35. Duration 8 seconds. Next 
item, De.ta 6, D-7: 12:52:00, Load No. 15. Remarks: 
Pitch down 9<^. Eight general photoB across U.S. Next 
item, S-5: 13:23:00. Sequence Ho. 01. Did you copy? 
06 19 07 18 P Yes. 

06 19 07 19 CC Okay, neict item, D-6: lU: 22:1+7, Sequence No, 05. 

Load No. 08. Remarks: Pitch down 30, yaw left, 01. 

Speed 60, Okay, we're approaching LOS. Did you copy up 

to that point? 
06 19 07 55 C Right. We got it to that point, 

06 19 08 59 CC Okay, I'll read the next one to you. Radar Test ll4:30:U5. 

Sequence 11. Remarks: Pitch down 30, yaw right 02, 

Platform off. Do you copy? 
06 19 08 22 P We've got it, 

06 19 08 23 CC Okay. We'll get the rest of it up to you over the States. 

GUAYMAS 

06 19 39 CC G«nini-5, Guaymas CAP COM, Turn your T/M Control Switch 

to the REAL TIME ACQ position. 
GCTiini-5, Guaymas CAP COM. 
Go ahead, Guaymas, Gemini -5- 

Okay. You're Looking good here on the ground. How are 
you doing? 



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06 19 i+0 17 C Looks good here. 

06 19 UO i8 CC Okay. I'd like to finish that Flight Plan update if 

you've got your book out,. 
06 19 UO 22 C Okay. We're ready, 

06 19 UO 2U CC CXey. Tne first one is D-6, lk:k9:36. Sequence 68. 

frfode 15. fionarks: Pitch 30 degrees down, yaw 13 
degrees left. Speed 60. S-5, li*:59:00. Sequence 01. 
S-8/D-13j l6:00:i+0, sequence 03. RemarkB; Pitch 30 
dfigrees down, yaw 15 degrees left. S-7, l6:J2:0O, 
sequence 02. Kemarks: Pitch 90 degrees down, Iwo 
expoEtires, Ctonn Betsy. Power down i6:20:00. Remarks 
Rate Gyros, Platform, and Computer OFF. Okay, did you 
copy all that? 

06 19 k2 ih P That's affirmative. 

06 19 42 l6 CC Okay. Be advised on the Flight Plan update that you got 

at Carnarvon and the rest that I just gave you here, you 
are to use negative fuel. Over, 

06 19 h2 23 P Affirmative. 

06 19 k2 2h CC Roger. 

06 19 1*2 26 P This is miracle man. 

06 19 U2 28 CC Say again. 

06 19 1*2 29 P I say we're the miracle men and use our self-survival. 

06 19 U2 33 CC A] 1 right. 



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Gcniini-5, Houston. 
Gemini -fj, KouBton. 
Gemini- 5, Houston CAP COM. 
Go ahead, Houston CAP COM. G'3iiini-5. 
Rog. We've got a slight chance in this power-up 
procedure on the fuel cells if you're ready to copy. 
Okay. 

Okay. Instead of turning the Rate C^os, Platform, 
and Ccanputer ON at 12:00:00, we would like to turn 
thaa on at i2:U0:00. And this will give the mode a 
chance to stabilize before you turn them on. Copy? 
06 19 U5 20 C Okay. 

06 19 1^5 23 CC Okay, and your D-ii/D-? over Carnarvon last time, that was 

correct. Tha.t was the time that we wanted to perform 
the experiment. So you were okay on that. 

06 19 33 C Okay. We got some readings for them on that. 

06 19 U5 36 CC Okay, real good. We want to change your medical data 

pass at Canary sigain. You have one on the Pilot at 
Canary on this pass. »Ve would like to change thot to 
Guaymas, and the acquisition time of Guaymas is 11:12:09. 

06 19 U6 07 C Okay. 

06 ] 9 46 11 CC Gemini, Houston here. We got a change on a change. We 

want to leave the one st Cajiary. Okay? ;\nd the acquisi- 
tion time on that is Q^j-.yj'.lh, Okay, we want to change 



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the one that was supposed to be at Carnarvon on the 
Coianajid Pilot on the next rev after Guayjaas. We want to 
move that back up to Guayinas at 11:12:09. You got it 
straight? 
Roger. 
Okay. 

You got all the calibrators going down there on the 
hydrogen? 

Watching it like a hawk, Gordo. We're watching it 
real close and we're expecting it to stop venting at 
any tinw, but even if it doesn't, projected cur-ze at 
the present rate would show you cxHBpIeting your 
mission with about h percent remaining. 
Okay. It hasn't stopped venting up here yet. 
Roger. You still notice it slowing down, you think? 
No. It seems to be going just as fast as ever. 
Roger. 

The curve that I have, EUiot showed it leveled out. 
Then this nmrning on the next pointer I put on it, it 
showed it turned down again. 
06 i9 ^47 36 CC Well, we show that for the last .15 hours or so it's 

been a relatively straight Line, and if you project 
that to the completion of the mission, you'll have 
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We're expecting it to quit venting at any time, and that 

would level it off even better. 
06 19 ^ OU C You've been expecting it to stop venting for two days? 

06 19 ^ CC We 1, actually, it's supposed to stop venting at about 

15 percent quantity renaining, and that's about where 

you are now. 
06 19 i46 22 C Yes. 

06 19 W 2*4- CC If you can believe it, there eire so many charts and 

graphs down here that I think Elliot has the display 
saturated. 
I can be J ieve it . 

It's true. Boy, you've never seen so many. 
Just a point there, Gemini- 5. The curve that we were 
working with at the start of the mission would have 
shown us a considerably lower at the present time, 
down around 7 percent, so you would have really belen 
sweating it out if that had been the case, even •ore 
so. 
Yes. 

That's the curve we've been working with. 
Beg your pardon? 

That's the curve we've been working with. 



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06 19 49 29 CC I didn't think you had that one before the flx^t, the 

one with the curves in it. That is the one with the 
expected venting rates. I thought that only was drawn 
here after you got launched. 

06 19 1+9 k5 C V/e had some advance data. 

06 19 ^9 'tS CC Very good. 

06 19 59 CC Based on your advanced information, when do you think 

it's going to stop venting? 
06 ig 50 06 C Never. 

06 19 50 09 CC Well, if you notice, if yoiu really do 'have this curve, 

you'il notice that it actually breaks at about 
'.5 percent, and that's when the venting should stop, 
and that's just any time now, 

06 19 50 22 C Okay. 

06 19 50 30 CC As I see it, your tightest thing is your water storage 

capacity, and right now it looks like you'll have some- 
thing like 6 pounds remaining at the end of your 
mission, lliat's about a third of a day pad, something 
Like that. Half a day pad, maybe. 
... water readouts you've gotten from time to time? 
Beg your pardon, Gordo. 

That's based on the water readouts you've gotten from 
time to time or just an estimated water production 
rate? 



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06 19 5' 08 CC That's based on the water readouts plus the tank A 

readings we get by telemetry and because those give us 
the most pessimistic calculations, the prodiaction 
rates based on the prelaunch values are running con- 
siderable higher than that. But we thinX probably 
these water calculations might be more accurate. At 
least we've got to believe them because we don't 
know anything better than that. 



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for both of you if you happen to have one -- 


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61 pounds at the present time. Roger. Thank you. 


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that. 


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Tilt. You say you have drunk more than that? 


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estimate. 


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Probably a little 'low, I think we probably have 



diTink s ightly more than what wr have hpre. I think our 
sips have been bigger ... increased pressure with the- ... 



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06 ;9 52 27 CC Weil, that's interesting. How much have you been 

marking for each bulp? 
06 19 52 32 C V/e've been marking L ounce per gulp. 

06 19 52 38 CC We Li, when you measured it back at the Cape you were 

running O.83 ounces. Do y-ut think that I ounce is 

about correct? 
06 19 52 it8 C That might be pretty close. 

06 19 52 h9 CC Okay. That's what we've been counting on. You shook 

us up for a minute. Just for your information ve 
feel that even if you ran out of water storage capacity, 
you could go for about 13 hours. That's partially 
extending the fuel cell usage until the membranes are 
drowned out and then going onto batteries after that. 
So I think we're in reai. good shape. 

06 19 53 36 C Okay. 

06 19 53 CC Just remember where that parachute switch is, 

06 19 53 C Got it marked. 

06 19 53 52 CC I understand there was a bee in the window at Lift-off. 

Have you even seen any more of him? 
06 19 53 59 C No, but there's been ... between the panes here. 

06 19 5U 03 CC Is he still frying? 

06 19 54 05 C Yes, he's still flying but he's not very alive, I 

don't think. 



C6 19 54 12 CC Very good. 

06 19 t?U 20 CC You'rt looking real good do'^n here, Ctordo. 
06 !9 26 C Very good. 

06 19 3k CC Understand they all ready played our music for you. 
06 i9 3h 37 C Right. We got that down in the remote region last 

night. Gounded real good. 
06 19 U3 CC I was saving that for the GO/ NO GO today. We might 

give you another shot on it. 
06 ]_9 <yk k7 C Okay. We can a; ways stand a little shot now and then. 

It didn't come through too clearly, so we'd Just as 

soon have it again. 
06 L9 5U ^ CC Okay. We'll turn it up extra loud. 

06 19 55 05 CC Pete, will you have a chance to get ready for your med. 

data at Canary on this one? 
06 19 55 10 P I believe. 

06 19 55 13 CC Ok^, good. Thank you. 

06 19 55 i+5 C You want us to go ahead and do that rate dangjinp here 

with the gyros working,,. 
06 19 55 53 CC You're too far out now. 
06 19 55 55 C Say again. 

06 J9 55 56 CC I say you're too far out at the present time. We'll 

have LOS in about 30 seconds here. You might try them 
the next pass over if you can. 

06 19 56 01 C Okay. 



Pa^e 660 



06 20 


<X) 


30 


cc 


Geniini-5» this is Canary CAP CC*I. We have a valid 










oral pass. Would you give us a blood pressure, please 


06 20 


00 


37 


p 


Blood pressure coming. 


06 20 


00 




cc 


Gemini-^, Canary Surgeon. Your cult iS lull scale. 


Oo cX) 


01 


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F 


oanary, uemmx-p. now aoout a um time aacK. 


Oo 20 


01 


22. 


cc 


nQger, Gemini-^. We 11 give you a GMT time hack 










at 10 hours and 02 minutes. 


06 20 


01 


33 


p 


Okay. 


06 20 


01 


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cc 


About 30 seconds. 


06 20 


01 


35 


p 


Roger. 


06 20 


01 


38 


cc 


We have a good blood pressure. Give me a taark when 










you begin exercise. 


06 20 


01 


^3 


p 


Okay, let me catch the time hack. 


06 20 


01 




cc 


Rog. 


06 20 


01 


57 


cc 


3, 2, 1, 


06 20 


02 


00 


oc 


MABK* That's 10 hours 02 minutes 00 seconds. 


06 20 


02 


08 


p 


Roger, very good. Thank you. 


06 20 


02 


12 


cc 


On my nark it's — 


06 20 


02 


56 


cc 


Your cuff is full scale. 


06 20 


03 


33 


cc 


We have a good blood pressure. Standing by for your 










food, water and 2h hour sleep report. 


06 20 


03 




p 


Roger, water is 31 poxinds 6 ounces, i^st meal was 



kc at 07:02:00:00, and sleep in the last 2k hours 
about 6. 



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06 20 Ok ok CC Boger, we copy. Can you give ub an estimate of tbe 

quality of your sleep. 
06 20 04 09 P Okay, was good. 

06 20 05 33 CC GeiBini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. You're lookint, good 

here on the ground. We have nothing t\urther for you. 

We have about a minute left. 
06 20 05 41 P Roger. We're Green here and we just passed directly 

overhead. It looks like you guys are going to tisve a 

good day at the beach today. 
06 20 05 48 CC Okay, thank you. We'll enjoy it. 

CARMRVOfl 

06 20 35 20 CC Geminl-5, Carnarvon, I have a FLA update when you're 

ready to copy. 
06 20 35 25 P Roger. Ready to copy, 

06 20 35 27 CC Roger. Area 107-1, l4:l4:44, 12 plus ^3, 18 plus 0^. 

06 20 35 53 CC Next area, 108-4, 17:00:17, 15 plus 33, 20 plus 37. Next 

area 109-4, 18:35:54, 1^ plus 08, I9 plus I9, Would you 
place your Quantity Read Switch to FUEL CELL Hg. 

06 20 36 42 CC Next area 110-3, 19^53:52, I6 plus 42, 21 plus 52. Next 

area 111-3, 21:29:46, I5 plus 13, 20 plus I9. Weather 
is good in all areas; bank angles are roll left ^>3 and 
roll right 67 for all areas. Do you copy? 

06 20 37 37 P Roger, we copy. 



Ob 20 


37 *>2 


cc 


Okay, we can turn your Qxiantity Read Switch OFF. 








I have a Flight Plan update for you when you're ready. 


UO aj 




r 


uo aneaa. 


Oo 20 


3o 05 


cc 


Roger, stand by one. 


Oo 20 


38 15 


cc 


Okay. Our Flight Plan update. First item. 








Map 11:03:51, remarks longitude 150.6 degrees West, 








Rev 104. Next item, Star, 11:03:51, renarks 22 hours 








26 minutes. Do you copy? 


Oo <^ 


38 59 


p 


Affiraative, 




39 oj. 


CC 


Okay, and one more item. We bad a medical data paes on 








the CoDsaand Pilot at Guayraas; the AOS time is 11:12. 


06 20 


39 12 


p 


Say again the AOS time, please. 


06 20 


39 1^ 


cc 


Roger, 11 hours 12 minutes. 


06 20 


39 20 


p 


Okay. 


06 20 


39 36 


cc 


Have you got writer's cramps? 


06 20 


39 '•O 


P 


Yes, we're doing an a-rful lot of writing for not much 








work. 


06 20 


39 '+3 


CC 


Roger. 


06 20 


39 55 


c 


Can you see ua out there today? 


06 20 


39 J)8 


cc 


Negative. We've got overcast, almost complete overcast 








today. 


06 20 


^ 03 


c 


Okay. 


06 20 


1*0 09 


cc 


You can try it had been clear. 


06 20 


41 26 


cc 


We have about a minute to LOS. Standing by. 



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06 20 42 07 P Gemini-5, standing by. We'll see you next pass, 

06 20 ^+2 10 CC Roger. 

GUAYMAS 

06 21 U 56 CC Gemlni-5, Giiaymas CAP COM. Turn your T/M Control 

Switch to REAL TIME and ACQ position. 
06 21 12 16 CC Gemini-5, we have a valid oral temp. Stand by for 

Surgeon. 

06 21 12 21 CC GeBiini-5, Guaymas Surgeon here. We're standing by for 

your blood pressure. 
06 21 12 37 CC Your cuff is full scale. 

06 21 13 13 CC We have a good blood pressure. Standing by for your 

mark when you begin exercise. 
06 21 13 33 C Mark. 
06 21 14 01 C Through exercise. 

06 21 Ik Ok CC Roger. 

06 21 Ik 13 CC Your cuff is full scale. 

06 21 Ik 43 CC We have a good blood pressure. We're standing by for 

your food, water and 2k hour sleep report, 

06 21 11+ 52 C Roger. Water, 31 pounds and 7 ounces of water. On food, 

at 07:02:00:00 I had raeal kC, and last 2k hours, I've had 
approxiiBBtely 3 hours of sleep and I'm due for my next sleep 
period now. 

06 21 15 39 CC Roger. We copied 3I pounds plus 7 ounces water, raeal 4C 

at 07:02:00:00, and 3 hours of sleep in the last 2k. 



i i I i ; it. 



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Could you give us an estinate of the quality of 
sleep? 

06 21 15 58 C Very good. 

06 21 11 01 CC Roger. Thank you very much, Guayraas Surgeon out. 
06 21 16 Oh C Roger. 

06 21 16 05 CC Gemci-5, Gviayaas. You're looking good here on the 

ground. Will you turn your T/M Control Switch to 
CCMWAMD position. 

06 21 16 14 C Okay. 

06 21 17 09 C ... firing up our MDI, we'll take our rates down 

now. 

06 21 17 14 CC Roger. Understand, 

06 21 17 56 CC Gemini, Houston. We haven't got anything for you. You 

might give us a comment on your rates wnen you get 
them damped down, 

06 21 18 03 C Roger. They weren't too high. We just thought we 

would go ahead and damp them out, 
06 21 18 07 CC Okay. Thank you. Appreciate it. You're looking 

good on the ground. 
06 21 18 11 C Roger. 

06 21 18 18 OC Gemini -5, Houston CAP COM. We're doing some more 

discussion on this hydrogen here, and the latest thought 
is that the venting may not stop until we get down to 10^ 
on the gage. But I'd like to reiterate that even if it 



06 21 


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06 21 


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P 


06 21 


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06 21 


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06 21 


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CC 



continued without leveling off any more at all, we would 
be in good shape. At the end of the mission we would 
still have some ^ or 5^ reinaining. We're continuing 
to monitor this very closely and we do expect it to 
level out somewhat here as soon as it stops venting. 
The latest estimate is that it may be as low as 10^. 
Okay. Ignore it. 

Our status, in regard to experiments, is still no 
fuel expenditures. Is that correct? 
That's correct, 
Oltay. 

You understand the reason, don't you, Pete? That we're 
trying to make certain that we have fuel available to 
stop these rates as long as we need to do so. Once we 
get to the point where we don't have any rate buildup 
due to venting, then we will be free to use the rest of 
the fuel for experiments. 
06 21 19 ^ P Yes, okay. 

06 21 19 53 CC We'll give you a decision on that RacJar Test on the 

next round as you go by, on the fuel usage. 
06 21 20 00 P Okay. 

06 21 20 07 P This system is plenty sluggish now, I think. It Just 

doesn't seem like it's putting out what it used to. 
06 21 20 13 CC Rog. Understand. | 



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06 21 20 26 CC Pete, do you feei that there are any other thrusters 

tending to go out at this time, or do you feel that 
it's a general sluggishness of the system? 

06 21 20 35 P Well, they very derinitely have degradation of several 

thrusters because we have, I think, more cross coupling 
than we should have. As a matter of fact, roll has 
started to couple into pitch now, which it hadn't done 
before; and right yav has been coupling into roil, which 
it's still doing. But I Just thinly the general performance 
is Just dropping off and dropping off. 

06 21 21 10 CC Roger. 

06 21 21 12 P It could be that when we fired up for good that if 

we make a good shot at Dix-ect all around or something, 
we might liven things up, I don't isnow. 

06 21 21 21 CC Are you doing all yoiu- damping widi Pulse? 

06 21 21 2U P lliat's correct. 

06 21 21 26 CC There nay be a lot of that. You're just not clearing 

the system up and you haven't been for a long time. 

It may be Just needing a good shot of cleaning out. But 

we don't want to do that. 
06 21 21 38 P We're right smack dab overhead Houston, it looks like, 

right now. I can just make it out as the front's coming 

up. 

00 21 21 U6 CC Very good. Everybody's outside looking for you. 



Kj'ji ii lux..]'* i in.. 



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06 21 21 51 P You ougjit to be able to Bee us because the sun's 

Bliining on us and not on you. 
06 21 21 56 P Yes, we see Clear lake. ... 

06 21 22 00 CC We have had some reports of sightings. 
06 21 22 11 P Yes. We're powerinjS down all our ACME and so forth. 

06 21 22 17 CC Roger. 
06 21 22 09 CC Genini, Houston. 
06 £1 24 13 P Go ahead, Houston. 

06 21 2k Ik CC When you mentioned that the pitch and roll coupled 

and the yaw and roil coupled, which direction of 
roll was that? Can you give us an idea? 

06 21 2k 2.5 P Let's see. Flight yaw coupled it to right roil, I guess. 

06 21 2ii 32 CC Okay. 

06 21 2I+ 3U P If I'm correct, I think it says that the No. 3 j-aw thruste 

is the weaker of the two. 
06 21 2k kO CC Roger. How about the pitch? 

06 21 2k k3 P The roll, the ri^ht roll, excuse me, the left roll 

coupled it to pitch up. 
06 21 2k 57 CC Okay. Understand. Incidentally, as you went by, you 

were extremely easy to see, and I thins just about all 

of Houston saw you. 
06 21 25 10 C Very good. 

06 21 25 16 P What ' s our . . . now? Stiii 107? 

06 21 25 19 CC Stand by. 



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06 21 25 20 P Huh? 

06 21 25 21 CC Stand by. 

06 21 25 29 CC 107.^ by 159.0. 

06 21 25 33 P Roger. 

06 21 25 1*2 P What's the wither outlook for the recovery area 

tomorroV? 



06 


21 


25 


1*7 


CC 


Oh, I think it all looks pretty good. I'll get a 












detail on it. 


06 


21 


26 


28 


CC 


Gemini- 5 » Houston. 


06 


21 


26 


32 


p 


Go ahead. 


06 


21 


26 




CC 


The way it stands right now, 122-1 is acceptable. 



about 500 downrange is not bo good, 121-1 is clear 
all the way. 



06 


21 


26 


kk 


P 


Roger. 


06 


21 


26 


1*8 


CC 


We're watching it real close down here. 


06 


21 


26 


52 


P 


Okay. 


06 


21 


26 


5^ 


CC 


You mi^t notice that one of your experiments is passing 












over Betsy, and you might give us a good look on tr^t as 












you go by. I think you've got a couple of pictures to tf 


06 


21 


27 


03 


p 


Yes. Okay. 


06 


21 


27 


05 


CC 


Good morning. 


06 


21 


27 


06 


p 


Good nioming. How are youV 


06 


21 


27 


08 


CC 


Great. You're looking pretty good. 


06 


21 


27 


13 


p 


You're not up here looking at them. 



i i 1 , ' ' '. 



06 21 27 19 CC Gordo, this is Houston CAP COM. If you -.^t to take 

a nap at this time, don't hesitate. Don't Jorry 
about these experiments; you really haven't got nruch 
capability to do them anyway with the fuel limitations. 
And the thought is that you certainly should I'eei free 
to go anead and sleep if you want. 

06 21 27 41 C Okay. We might catch a little sleep today if . , . 

06 21 27 CC Okay. 



CONFIDENTIAL 



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BEIMJDA 

06 21 29 19 CC Gemini, Houston. 

06 21 29 2U C This is Ge4nini-5, did you call, Houston? 

06 21 29 36 CC G€fflini-5, Houston. 

06 21 29 39 C Go ahead Houston . . . 

06 21 29 ^ CO Be advised your wife saw you go by then. 

06 21 29 1»6 C What did you say? 

06 21 29 U8 CC I said Trudy saw you go by. 

06 21 29 50 C Oh, is that right? Very good, 

06 21 29 02 CC It siire is earLy in the morning down here. 

06 21 29 06 C Yes, it's earJy in the morning up here too. 

06 2i 29 15 C Early for several mornings. 

06 21 29 19 CC Say again. 

06 21 29 21 C I say it's been pretty early for several mornings. 

06 21 29 23 CC I dton't doubt that. 

GAMAHY ISIANDE 

06 21 35 07 CC G«mini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. I have nothing for 

you this pass so need not reply. Everything looks 
good from the ground. 

06 21 35 Xh C Roger, this is Gemini-5. Be advised that we started 

the power-up procedures for the No. 2 fuel cell. 

06 2! 35 26 CC Roger, understand. 



06 21 35 ^2 CC G€Biini-5, would you piifc your '."jjantity Read Switch to 

the FC position. Thank you. 

06 21 36 29 CC Geiaini-5j would you give me an onboard reading on 

your Hg? 



06 21 


36 


3*^ 


C 


Roger. Read 


15 percent and 700 and about 75 psi 


06 21 


36 


1*8 


CC 


Roger, copy. 


15 percent, 775 psi. 


06 21 


36 


53 


c 


Affirmative. 




06 2L 


36 


55 


CC 


Roger . 





06 22 10 00 CC Gemini -5, this is Carnarvon. Place your i^antity 

Read Switch to ECS position. 
06 22 10 31 P Carnarvon, Ge3nini-5 here. We have the No. 2 fuel 

cell powered up on the line. 



06 


22 


10 


37 


CC 


Roger. 


06 


22 


10 


38 


P 


And it went on at about 12:03. 


06 


22 


10 




CC 


Boger. 


06 


22 


12 


59 


CC 


Okay. Would you go to FC Og on Quantity i\ead? 


06 


22 


11 


15 


c 


Cam&rvon, this is Gemini -5- We noticed a lot 












venting again cominf; into the dark side this t] 












but we presume it's BCS this time. 


06 


22 


li 


25 


CC 


You say you noticed a lot of venting? 


06 


22 


11 


27 


C 


Yes. Couple of times. 


06 


22 


11 


30 


CC 


Roger. 



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06 22 11 CC Okay Wouid you place your Quantity Read Switch to 

the Fuel Cell Hg? 
06 22 12 OU CC Did that venting up thfire give you noich rate? 
06 22 12 11 C Oh, It's picked.it up a little bit but not much. 

06 22 12 15 CC Okay. Flight advises that they don't suspect ECS 0^ 

venting will give you much of a rate; there's not 

much moment on that. It's in the CG. 
06 22 12 26 C Well, we think that that's probably what it was that { 

was venting here. 

06 22 12 CC Gemini-5, were you estimating that thing on a basis of 

rates or visual? 
06 22 12 50 P Visually. 
06 22 12 52 CC Roger. 

06 22 12 58 CC Okay. Wouid you place your Quantity Read Switch to the 

OFF position? 

06 22 13 33 CC Everything looks good here on the ground. 
06 22 13 36 C We're GO up here. 

06 22 16 21 CC We've got about a minute to LOS. Stand by. 
06 22 16 25 C Gemini-5, roger. Standing by. 

HAWAII 

06 22 36 CC GeHiini-5, this is Hawaii CAP COM. 

06 22 36 50 P Hawaii CAP COM, Gemini-5. Go ahead. 

06 22 36 52 CC Wp have nothing for you. Hawaii standing by. 

06 22 36 55 P Roger, Gemini -5 standing by. 



GUAYfiAJj 

06 22 01 CC Gemini-^!, Gf:mini-5', ilouston. 
06 22 Il7 10 CC Gcinini-5, Gemini-5, Houston. 
06 22 k7 25 CC GeEini-5> Gemini -5, Houston. 
06 22 1+7 39 CC Gemini-p, G<=Hiini-5, Houston. 

06 22 h7 52 CC Gemini-':;, Gemini-5, Houston. We'd like to have you 

put your C-band Adapter Switch to CONTimKXJS if you 
read. 

C6 22 1+6 03 P Roger. C-band to CONTirWOUS. I'm reading you loud 

and clear. 

06 22 U6 08 CC Okay. Very good. I'd like to tell you that if you can 

see Hoiloman when you go by, they'll have 13 flashing 
red lights along the track to help you find the tracK. 
You'll probably be pointing the other way if I knov 
you. They'll have 13 flashing red lights and the 
weather is clear. 

06 22 U8 32 C Before ... 

06 22 k8 3^ CC Yes, it's at the no fuel D-k/D~7- 
06 22 48 38 C Okay. 

06 22 U8 1+3 CC It would be nice to know though if you could see the 

lights if you were pointing in that direction at all. 
06 22 U8 1+8 C Roger. 

06 22 it8 53 C We have pureed second fuei cell on the line per schedu! 



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06 


22 


U8 


59 


cc 


Roger, very good. Do you have your compaiter up and in 












Prelaxmch? 


06 


22 


h9 


02 


c 


Computer is up in I'reVaunch and piatform is up and 












Cage SEF. 


06 


22 


h9 


09 


cc 


Okay. V,'e'il be sending up some DCG updates for cirea i07-l 


06 


22 


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Ik 


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Okay. 


06 


22 


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25 


cc 


Gemini-5t Hofuston. We'd also like to have you bring up 












your HI' receiver so we can play some music as you leave 












the States here. 


06 


22 


k9 


33 


c 


Very good. 


06 


22 


h9 


UQ 


cc 


Geinini-5, Houston. We'd like to have you place your Bio-m 












Recorder Switch to OFF nov and we'd like to save the rest 












of the tape until Just prior to retrofire. 


06 22 


k9 


59 


c 


Okay. 


06 


22 


50 


01 


p 


Okay. Bio-med recorders 1 and 2 are both off. 


06 


22 


50 


ou 


cc 


Okay. 


06 


22 


50 


21 


cc 


Ganlni, Houston. The big blue team gives you a GO for 












122-1. Press on. 


06 


22 


50 


29 


p 


Roger. We're pressinf^ on. 


06 


22 


50 


33 


cc 


Good show. 


06 


22 


50 


39 


c 


As Pete would say. Over the ocean, over the blue, from 












Gemini-5» we thank you. 


06 


22 


50 


hi 


cc 


Okay. Now that we're discussing poems here, I was 



ta king to both Jane and Trudy this morning. They both 



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went outside and saw you, and Jane sent up a little 
poem here, Pete. It goes: 

Tvinkle, twinkle Genu.ni-5, 

How I want you back alive, 

Up above the world so high, 

I saw you today as you went by. 

'Pwinkiet twinkle Gemini-5, 

Tomorrow you take a great big dive. 

Leaning toward the ocean blue 

And 1 send my love to you. 



06 22 


51 


25 


P 


Tell her I think that's really great. 


06 


22 


5i 


28 


CC 


Okay, I'll do it. 


06 


22 


5' 


30 


CC 


Oka^', We've got about 5 seconds for the Hollomaji test 


06 


22 


^1 


38 


CC 


Light up. 


06 


22 


51- 


39 


P 


Okay. I see the track. I do not see the red iigiits, 












but I do see the track. 


06 


22 


51 


U6 


CC 


Okay. Do you see the rocket? 


06 


22 


51 


U3 


P 


Not yet. 


06 


22 


51 


51 


CC 


Okay. It shouM be burning. 


06 


22 


51 


59 


p 


I don't see the rocket but I do see the track. 


06 


22 


52 


03 


cc 


Okay. Well, it should've been burned out by now. 












Let me check with Flight. 


06 


22 


52 


21 


cc 


It should be b' inking right now, GoiTiini-5. 




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TEXAS 

G':mini-5, Houston again. 

Gr.Diini-5, Houston. You can turn your C-band Adapter 
Switch beck to COMMAND. 
Roger, to COMM/\iro, 
Here comes your DCS S oad now. 
Okay, V/e got it. 
Very good. 

Gemini -5, Houston. I'd like to give you a little 
briefing on our Flight Plan for today. Are you ready 
to copy or ready to listen I guess. 
06 22 10 P Ready. 

06 22 5I+ 11 cc Okay. Most of the things that we've got on the schedule 

today are a 1 to be done with no fuel, so if you happen to 
get pointed in that direction, fine. If you can't, well 
that's too bad. We would like to have you do your dar^ping, 
though, so that you can take advantage of the fuel '.hn t 
you're using for dajnping, ending up pointing in a direction 
that would be usable to you. And especially so on the 
Laredo S-8/D-13 pass, which is supposed to occur at 
l6:00:40. We migM. even expend a little fuel on that to 
place the spacecraft in the right direction so thnt you 
can see the targets. Ckay? 



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06 22 


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06 22 




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CC 


06 22 


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p 



06 22 5U 52 P Fine. We can do it. 

06 22 5^ 55 CC Okay. We're stiii conservinR the fuel. I Just pot 

here as E'liott was briefing you on the venting and 
when it may stop, but we would like to Pet that Laredo 
S-8/'D-13. Now for tomorrow we have a couple oth^-r 
things that we want to dc , one of which is to do the 
D-4/D-7 pointing at the sun. And another one is to do 
an S-8/D-L3 at the woodiey Ranch if possible. 
Fine. 
Okay. 

h'hat's the weather out Look tomorrow? We have overe at t 
today . 

06 22 55 29 CC Rog. '.''e had thtm schedu.ed for today and then Ecnibbed 

them. We don't really know what it's tfoing to be 
tomorrow yet, Pete. I haven't f^otten a forecast for 
that. 

06 22 55 39 C V.Tiat were you saying the day before yesterday? It was so 

clear dcwn there you couldn't believe it. 
06 22 55 CC Koe. 

06 22 55 53 CC Gordo, Houston. As I mentioned on your last pasi;, Trudy 

saw you up there without too much trouble at ail. She: 
sends you her best wishes and she says that she got the 
gir s up quite early this morning. They ail went out 
and saw it and they certainly enjoyed it. 



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06 22 


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06 22 


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06 22 


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06 22 


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06 


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Very good, thank you. 
She says you put on a good show. 
Nobody can know that any better than we can. 
P.oger. Oh, also, Pete, Jane said that Gemini horoscope 
for today in the paper said that you should get your 
house in order and the evening v/as good for dininp out. 
In case you're interested. 
Okay. 

Gemini--;^, this is Houston Flight. 
Go ahead, Flight, 

With regard to these recovery areas, we're going to 
take a look at the weather for the rest of the day 
aB you come up on this thing. Our fee;ing at the moment 
is that we will go to 122, but vje will also be prepared 
in 121. 

06 22 57 0J+ C Okay. Very good. 

06 22 57 17 CC "Hie other thing is that it looks from here tc the end 

of the mission that we've got no problems with water 
or with the hydrogen we have left, and that you cfoi 
average quite a bit higher amps than we would expect 
you wouid so that's no problem , 

06 22 57 33 C Okay, fine. 



BERMUDA 



06 22 58 18 


CC 


Gemini-5t Houston. Have you got the HF up? 


06 22 58 23 


P 


Roger . 


06 22 59 2U 


CC 


Okay, stand by. 


06 22 58 32 


CC 


MUSIC. 



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CARMRVON 

06 23 hk 06 CC Gemini-5, Carnarvon. 

06 23 l*-4 09 P Go ahead, Carnarvon, GeTnini-5 here. 

06 23 kk 11 CC Okay. We're GO on the ground for 122-1. Are you GO? 

06 23 16 P GO up here. 

06 23 kh 17 CC Roger. I'll be updating your Tr shortly. 
06 23 W+ 20 P Roger. 

06 23 Ml 39 CC TranBcoitting Tjj. There's your Tj^. 

06 23 kk k6 CC Roger. 

06 23 45 09 CC Transmitting 1^. 

06 23 Ui> 15 P Roger. We got it. 

06 23 17 CC Roger and you're In sync. 

06 23 28 CC Okay. Flight advises that before States to remind you to 

power down your platform. Computer ON, Radar OH. Damp 
out your rates so that you're pointing down and that if you 
want to pulse a couple of times to get pointed at the Cape 
to go ahead. 
Okay. 

Flight advises they do not want to track. 



That's the last Tj^ except for correction perhaps over Houston 
later. 

Okay. Thank you very much, Carnarvon. 
Roger. 



06 23 


1^5 


53 


P 


06 23 


46 


02 


CC 


06 23 


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06 23 


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06 23 


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06 23 


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06 2'i U'J h2 P ^^e've been waiting for it I'or 7 days. 

06 23 kf 1+3 CC Ha, ha. So have we. 
06 23 k'J 51 CC Our congratulations. 

06 23 i+7 ^5 C Thank you. Same to you. Good snow down there. 

06 23 Uj 59 CC Thank you. 

06 23 29 CC Are your suit temps confortable? 

06 23 46 32 C Yes, WTiy? What are you reading on the ground? 

06 23 ^8 36 CC 52. 

06 23 46 3& C i'es. //e read about the serae; as a matter of fact, we 

rea i :?0 up here. 
06 23 46 42 CC Roger, 

Od 23 49 h2 CC I'll bring you a can of ^wan Lager back to Houston. 

06 23 49 45 C Very good. That's the spirit. 

06 23 50 ii C Be sure and give our best to ail of those fine people over 

there. 

06 23 ^ 14 CC tfilx ao, Ckjrdo, 

HAWAII 

07 00 11 It) CC Gemini-b, Hawaii CAP COM. 

07 00 11 18 P Hello, Hawaii GAi' COM, Gemini-5 here. Go ahead. 

07 00 11 21 CC All your systems are looking good. We're standing by. 

0,' 00 11 24 P Computer platform's down ana we're going to warm up the radar 

at this time, 
07 00 11 27 CC Roger. 

07 00 12 4 ^) CC It looks like your hydrogen is not venting. 



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07 00 




50 


p 


We concur. The pre s sure has dropped to about 7^ the les 










time I looked. 


07 00 


12 


55 


cc 


Roger, 


07 00 


12 


57 


cc 


By the way, you've passed throu^ 24 hours. You're now 










at 23 hours and 50. 


07 00 


X -J 

i-3 




r 


Oh boy. . < . count down tomorrow. 


0 f 00 








I'm practicing. 


U f UU 


-tj 






00 are we. 


07 00 




31 


LC 


Which direction are you pointing in at the moment? 


0 7 00 


14 


35 


P 


We're sort of pointed about 30 degrees nose up, about 










30 degrees yaw right. 


07 00 


15 


01 


CC 


Do you have any rates? 


0 7 00 


15 


Oh 


P 


Relatively low right now. We just flipped it a time or 










two to just gently start her back down so that we're 










already pitched down by the time we hit Florida. 


07 00 


15 


13 


CC 


Roger. 


07 00 


16 


16 


cc 


We're coming up on LOS minus 1 minute. 


07 00 


16 


20 


p 


Boger. Five standing by. 










GUAYMAS 


07 00 


21 


22 


cc 


Gemini- 5i Guayiiias CAP COM. Show you Green on the ground. 










We're standing by. 


07 00 


21 


27 


p 


Guayiaas, GeEnini-5. Green here. Standing by. 


07 00 


26 


39 


c 


Hello, Houston, Gemini -5. 


07 00 


26 


h5 


cc 


Gemini -5, Guaysias. 



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07 00 


26 


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c 


Qh, Roger. We're still with you, huh? 


07 00 


26 


48 


cc 


Yes. Looks like they let rae talk to you for a bit. 


07 00 


26 


51 


c 


Okay. 


07 00 


26 


5^ 


cc 


Do you need something? 


07 00 


26 


56 


p 


No. 










TKaAo 


07 00 


27 


52 


cc 


Gemini- 5, Houston here. Over. 


07 00 


2o 


02 


cc 


Geiiiini->5i Hou^ston standing by. 


07 00 


2o 


20 


cc 


Gemini- 5> Houston. 


07 00 


2o 


oil 


p 


iieJ_Lo, Houston^ Gemini-^. 


0 ( DU 


Oft 


0^ 
CO 




Roger. We're standing by. Bow's your drifting? Are 










you drifting in the right dii^ction? 


07 00 


OA 
do 


30 


p 


... we're pitched down in very ^xid shape. We're yawed 










juBt slightly on to the left, ocfen to be m pretty fa 










shape, I believe. • 


07 00 


26 


39 


cc 


Very good. Very good. 


07 00 


30 




p 


We have a lockon but the rates are not reading rl^t at 










69 yet. 


07 00 


30 




cc 


Okay. Keep us surprised at what happens. 


07 00 


30 


1^ 


p 


Okay. I'm going to go to Catch-Up once, quickly. 


07 00 


30 


52 


cc 


Roger. 


07 00 


30 


59 


p 


Still not reading right. Going to Standby. 


07 00 


.31 


01 


cc 


Okay. 


07 00 


31 


10 


p 


Still not reading right. 



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31 


"I 0 


CC 


Okay. 


07 00 


32 


Oo 


P 


Okay. We're well past the Cape and we're well past the Ca 










on look angle, and ve just broke lock. 


07 00 


32 


1 1. 
14 


CC 


Roger. Just broke lock. 


07 00 


32 




P 


Yea. And we never did get the proper range Indications, 


07 00 


32 


19 


CC 


Roger. 


07 00 


32 


23 


p 


So we'll go ahead and bring the radar off at this time. 


07 00 


32 


2d 


CC 


Roger. 


07 00 


32 


30 


CC 


Vfe'd also like to have you bring the platform back up now. 










Gemini-5- 


07 00 


32 


35 


p 


Okay, platform's gone to Cage. 


07 00 


32 


i ^ 


CC 


Gemini-5, it looks right now toat we're never going to be 










able to spare the fuel to aline the platform while we're 










doing this, so if you ever pass through 000 and you'd like 










to go ahead and uncage it, go ahead. 


Of 00 


32 


ctl 

50 


p 


Okay, we'll try to get some semblance of that. 


07 00 


32 


01 


CC 


I sort of figured you were. 


07 00 


32 


lif 


CC 


Geniini-5» do you think you'll be able to do this selected 










drifting and do any good over Laredo? 


07 00 


32 


20 


p 


Yes. The cost of a couple of blips of fuel, why it didn't 










cost us too much. We came pretty well across the country 










with the nose down that time. 


07 00 


32 


29 


CC 


Okay. Very good. So the next pass will be over Laredo, 



and we'd like to have you use this sort of technique to see 
vrtiat you can do with the Visual Acuity target. 



Page 705 



07 00 32 38 P It's okay for that ... it's impossible for D-6. They've 

been asking for this Questar Mode and you absolutely have 
to track. 

07 00 32 U6 CC I know that, Pete, and I've already talked to them about 

that. It's not ... I think there's probably one chance 
in a million you might get a picture. 

07 00 32 55 P TOiet's just my feeling. 

07 00 32 59 CC We'd be more than happy if you just see the targets at 

Laredo, and I think that would be a pretty swjcessful day. 
07 00 3^* 07 P Okay. 

07 00 35 30 CC Gemini-5, Houston. We have a couple more minutes here 

before we lose you. We don't have any more information. 
We'll just stand by. 

07 00 35 39 P Okay. We'll try and get a look at Betsy, and get the S-7 

jdiotograjrfis. We got six ... S-5 jAiotographs across East 
Africa and the time they gave us for the S-5 was for 
East Africa, and the mode was for Mexico, and I presume 
that it was East Africa that he wanted. 

07 00 35 59 CC Bog. 

07 00 36 0^ CC Is there any information that we could furnish you that 

you think would be of use to you? 

07 00 36 12 P Ro. We had a couple ideas about alining the platform 

tomorrow - namely, we didn't know whe"ther to try her off 
the BCS and put cme ring on the line and close off all 



Page 706 



the circuit breakers but the yaw left and use it Direct 
or expend Jhiei out of 7 and 8, which are not burning but 
are giving some thrust, and use it to aiiiw. 

07 00 36 CC Roger, if^e're working on that rig^t now. Can you see the 

weather ri^t below you ri^t at this tine? 

07 00 36 1*6 P Yes sir. It's a nice round circular stoz« with a bunch 

of key clouds in it. 

07 00 36 51 CC Okay. 

07 00 36 54 P It's circular. It doesn't really have a defined center as 

such but it's open in the center with a couple of very large 
thunderstoras . 
Okay. 

And it's three or four hundred miles across. 
Okay. We know which storm that is. 
Say again. 

I say, we know which storm that is. We were a little more 
interested, Pete, in the weather that waa behind you there 
over 122-1. 
Loud and clear. 
Roger. 

It looked like it was all scattered ail the way. 
Okay. The thinking right now is that we'll arm both the 
BCS rings and then use one of the rings to do the platform 
alincment. You might think about that for awhile. 



07 00 


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07 00 


37 


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p 


07 00 


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11 


CC 


07 00 


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07 00 


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17 


CC 


07 00 


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07 00 


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CC 


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07 00 


37 


38 


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Page 707 



07 00 


37 


51 


P 


Well, ^rtiy not start out with th«a. We'll try the QAMS, 










If we can get it in aline with that, we're juat that much 










fatter; if not, we use the RCS. 


07 00 


38 


00 


cc 


Okay. 


07 00 


38 


06 


cc 


We're working up a good sound set of procedures ri^t now 










for all the ccHitingettcles that we might have» and we'll 










relay them to you later on in the day and have you take a 










look at them and see what you think. 


07 00 


38 


18 


p 


Okay. 


07 00 


38 


33 


cc 


Gemini -5^ Houston. 


07 00 


38 


3^ 


p 


Go ahead, Houston. 


07 00 


38 


36 


cc 


We have a medical data pass on the Pilot at Carnarvon next 










time, and the AOS is 15:17:50. 


07 00 


38 


46 


p 


Okay, 


07 00 


39 


33 


cc 


Gemini -5, Houston. Do you still read? 


07 00 


39 


37 


p 


Just barely. 


07 00 


39 


39 


cc 


Roger. Can you give us an idea what the drift rates are 










without the hydrogen venting- 


07 00 


39 


i*8 


p 


Less than a degree per second. 


07 00 


39 


51 


cc 


Okay. We'd like to see if they build up at all without 










the hydrogen venting. 










ASCEHSIOB 


07 00 


1*7 


J*8 


cx: 


Geaini-5, GeHiini-5, Houston. Over. 


07 00 


1*7 


53 


p 


Hello, Houston, Genini-5 here. 



Page 708 



07 00 i*7 55 CC Gemini-5, Houston. We're interested in what kind of 

accelerations you're getting out of yoiir spacecraft now 
that the hydrogen isn't venting. So we'd like to see if 
the rate has buiit up at all without any thruster activity. 
We'd like to have you do this for us long enough so that 
you can see if there is any significant increase. Would 
you sort of keep this in mind so you can infona us the 
next time you talk to us. 

07 00 ^ 21 P Okay. Got questions for you. 

07 00 it8 25 CC Shoot. 

07 00 ii8 28 P Any reason ^y we're using a secondary coolant pump B 

rather than A? 

07 00 ^ 3^ CC It's abovt 0,6 amp more efficient than the other pump. 
07 00 ^ 36 P Ah so flea' Ka. 

07 00 i+8 ^ CC There's a little piece of information for you. 

07 00 ^ 59 CC We've got about 3 or 4 raore minutes here. But we don't 

have any other infortoation. We'll just stand by. 
07 00 01 P Okay. 

CARNARVON 

07 01 18 30 CC Genu.ni-5, Carnarvon. We have 8 valid oral temp. Stand 

by for Surgeon. 

07 01 18 36 CC Geinini-5, Carnarvon Surgeon. We observe your cuff is 

inflating, 

07 01 18 i*3 CC Cuff is full scale. 



CaNFlDENTiAL 



P»g« 709 



07 01 


i9 


10 


cc 


• • • 


07 01 


19 


19 


cc 


We have a valid blood pressure. Will you give us a vark 








- 


vhen you begin yoiir exercise. 


07 01 


19 


2k 


p 


Roger, sark. 


07 01 


20 


07 


cc 


Cliff is full scale. 


07 01 


20 


39 


cc 


Roger, Gemini^ we have a valid blood pressure. Would you 










update us on your water status, pl^se. 


07 01 


20 


51 


p 


. . . and 10 ounces. 


07 01 


a) 


58 


cc 


Say again, Geaini, on the water. 


07 01 


21 


01 


p 


Roger. ... and 10 ounces. 


07 01 


21 


07 


cc 


Say again pounds. 


07 01 


21 


09 


p ' 


32. 


07 01 


21 


u 


cc 


Roger, We got it. 


07 01 


21 


13 


cc 


Thank you, Gemini. Surgeon out. 


07 01 


21 


17 


p 


Eating m^l 


07 01 


21 


20 


cc 


Okay, 5A. 


07 01 


21 


25 


p 


neat's affirmative. 


07 01 


21 


27 


cc 


Thank you. Surgeon out. 


07 01 


21 


31* 


cc 


Gemini- 5, Camarvca CAP CCM. Would you turn your Bio-J»d 










Recorder So. 2 ON and leave it ON for duration of taission. 


07 01 


21 


kk 


p 


Roger. Bio-med Recorder Ho. 2 is beck OS. 


07 01 


21 




cc 


Fll^t would like to know if you have any rates you can 










give us since the stopped venting. 


07 01 


22 


09 


p 


They're very, very, very, low. It looks like don't have 



CCNFiDENTIAL 



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anything In roil and ma ."be a quarter degree or leas in 
yaw and about the same in pitch. Very slow drift rate. 



07 01 22 


2k 


cc 


Roger, 




07 01 22 


37 


cc 


Flight wants you to be advised they're 


standing by for 










Laredo test on this pass. 




07 01 


22 


^5 


p 


Roger, radio test. 




07 01 22 


49- 


cc 


Laredo test. 




07 01 22 


51 


p 


Oh, Lajredo, roger. 




07 01 23 


12 


p 


What's the weather .. give down there 


for toirorrow at 










the Carnarvon site? 




07 01 


23 


18 


cc 


We don't know the weather as yet for the Woodley S-8/D-13* 










Is that what you're referring to? 




07 01 


23 


31 


p 


That's affirm. 




07 01 


23 


48 


cc 


It's still overcast down here at this 
it might clear. 


time. They think 


07 01 


23 


56 


p 


Roger. 




07 01 


25 


11 


cc 


. . . LOS standing by. 




07 01 


25 


15 


p 


Gemini-^, Roger. Standing by and see 


you tomorrow. 


07 01 


25 


18 


cc 


Roger. 




07 01 


25 


2k 


cc 


Must be a pretty good tnap you got. 




07 01 


25 


kf 


p 


Did you say nap. 




07 01 


25 


k9 


cc 


I say map; your orbital map. 




07 01 


25 


53 


p 


Why is that? 




07 01 


25 


54 


cc 


How'd you Itnow this is our last pass? 





1 



Page 711 



07 Ol 




s6 


P 


Oh wp1_1 viefi we kf*e''n the maT) uti tio da't.e 


07 01 


2*5 
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58 


cc 




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26 




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uug 1 1 j» y wc V c ucdi 9w mjmx i la x wu uuc ux u uua u wc v c 










H^^n rtTi' oT^T cri njiT P'liD'Vi+ Plfln "Pi^rtifi rtff* as f^i* 

UCCI^ \JU OUw ^ X^AiXfC|^i^ f 1 Cl Ai X X vul XXX ^*wX^ y 










06 Q^A'4''i/^nc fTr*\ A n ^ c 1 nT~in/^ ? ii. n't mi'^OB "la all +VtA 
So SloX'XOiio tfy * tSXVX oX ippcUl mxilUuco oXJ. OQ XCIC 










station passing . . . 


07 01 


26 


15 


cc 


Roger . 


07 01 


26 


18 


p 


That's not bad for 7 da/6. 


07 01 


26 


19 


cc 


No, it isn't. 


07 01 


26 


22 


cc 


Flight says that all that was due to the maneuvers ve did, 


07 01 


26 


29 


p 


That's affirmative. 










HAWAII 


07 ni 


lt6 


IQ 


cc 


frtMnini-S this Ir Hflwaii CAP fOM 






PS 


p 










PT 

WW 






\xf, 




p 




07 m 




















07 01 


U6 


42 


p 


Ready to copy. 


07 01 


46 


44 


cc 


Roger, Map 15:31:24, longitude 140.7 East, Rev 107, 


07 01 


47 


04 


p 


Roger on the Map. 


07 01 


U7 


06 


cc 


Star 15:31:24, 23 hours 20 minutes. 


07 01 


47 


15 


p 


Roger on the star. 


07 01 


^♦7 


18 


cc 


Okay, and Gemiiii-5» we have a little infomation for you 



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here. The laser is going to be up in White Sands, then 
they'll be ready for that. And they're set up for Laredo, 
and Flight woiU-d like to have a UEF fix during the flight 
over the States. 



07 01 


U7 


3^ 


P 


Otoy. Very good. 


07 01 


kj 


46 


CC 


Geraini-5, we have nothing further. We're standing by. 


07 01 


k-J 


49 


p 


fioger, Gemtni-5. Standing by. 










CALIFORNIA 


07 01 


53 


37 


cc 


Getaini-5» Gemini-5, Houston. 


07 01 


53 


50 


c 


Go abead, Houston, Gemini -5*. 


07 01 


53 


52 


cc 


Roger, 0-.mini-5. The weatber in Laredo is very good. Be 



advised that they will have four smoke pots there today. 
There will be one on tbe northwest comer and two on the 
northeast comer and another one about three-fourths of 
the way between the northwest and the northeast comer so 
that you should have a nice line across the northern border 
of the acquisition targets. Be advised that the wind is 
blowing from the south-southeast, so that the smoke ahouid 
be blowing away from the target. We hojpG they should 
provide adequate visibility for early acquisition. 
07 01 54 36 C Okay. 

07 01 54 38 CC We also would like to infonn you that the laser will be on 

at White Sands, but it has no priority compared to the 
Laredo pass. We're inostly interested in the Laredo pass. 



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07 01 5^ 50 C Ail right. 

07 01 5^ 52 CC Vfe • d also like to have you bring your C-band Adapter Beacon 

up now and we would like to have you place the switch to 
coBTimrous. 

07 01 55 33 CC Geniini-5, Houston, We would also like to advise you that 

we will he updating and loading your Tj^ over Texas. We'd 
like to get a bias check on your so you'll get some DCS 
lights. 
Okay, fine. 

Gemini- 5, are you drifting around in the proper direction 
here? 

Geinini-5» arfinastive. 
Very good. 

When you've completed the S-8/D-I3 pass, give us a call. 
We have some other infonnation for you. 
Okay. 

Gemini- 5. We would like you to place your C-band Adapter 
Switch to C0W4AND at this time. 
... Gemini- 5. Go ahead. 

Roger. This is Houston. We would like you to place your 
C-band Adapter Switch to CCWWMID, 
Yes. We did that. Somebody else was calling us, 
Roger. 

Texas and White Gands in si^t as we go by. 
Roger. You see White Sands. Do you see the laser? 



07 01 


55 


1 1 


C 


07 01 


57 




CC 


07 01 


57 




c 


07 01 


57 




CC 


07 01 


57 


53 


CC 


07 01 


57 


59 


C 


07 01 


58 




CC 


07 01 


58 


50 


C 


07 01 


58 


55 


CC 


07 01 


58 


59 


p 


07 01 


59 


01 


CC 


07 01 


59 


07 


C 


07 01 


59 


Ih 


CC 



r ! 



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07 01 


59 


17 


c 


I see the sled track. I guess that's still at White Sands. 


07 01 


59 


20 


CC 


itoger. 


07 01 


59 


28 


c 


Negative. I don't see any light at all there. 


07 01 


59 


33 


CC 


Okay. 


07 01 


59 


3^ 


CC 


Gemini- 5. NASA 902, Read me? 


07 01 


59 


38 


p 


Hello, NASA 902. Gemini- 5 rea<is you veai^: but clear. 


07 02 


00 


05 


p 


We have Laredo in sight . . . the smoke . . . very clearly. 


07 02 


00 


11 


CC 


Okay. Does the smoke outline the northern boundary for 










you? Does it help with your orientation in irtiich direction 










the targets run? 


07 02 


00 


20 


p 


Yes. I can't see the targets yet because of the sun angle. 


07 02 


00 


23 


CC 


Okay. 


07 02 


00 


2k 


p 


I don't think I 11 be able to see them at all. Gordo will 










probably be able to see them because we're not ... over 










the left yaw. 


07 02 


00 


29 


CC 


Okay. 


07 02 


00 


35 


CC 


Gemini- 5, do you read NASA Jet 902? 


07 02 


00 


38 


p 


Jet ^2 J Gemini- 5 reads you. 


07 02 


00 


50 


C 


I have the targets in sight. 


07 02 


00 


52 


CC 


Roger, 


07 02 


01 


08 


CC 


Hello, Gemini- 5. Do you read mSA Jet 902? 


07 02 


01 


51 


p 


Okay Houston, Getaini-5. '^e got a U and a 1 on the first 










row. And then we lost track because of our yaw. 


07 02 


02 


01 


CC 


Okay. You got a k and a i. 'y/ere those the first one or 



the second one, or wejre there some other ones in that 

uirinDENTiAL 




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first row? 



07 02 


02 


09 


P 


First and the second. 


07 02 


0<: 


10 




Okay. Very good. 


07 02 


02 


n 


P 


NASA 902, Genu.ni-5» do you read? 


07 02 


02 


28 


cc 


Gemini-5* Houston. We're all set to send up the Tr time. 


07 02 


02 


3^ 


p 


Roger. 


07 02 


02 


36 


cc 


Could you look at your stowage for reentry and sort of give 










us a quick appraisal of what you plan on doing if you plan 










on doing something different than your preflight plan 










stowage. 


07 02 


02 


50 


p 


The only thing different that we may do is we laay have to 










have one or two food bags m the foot well. We'll have 










the two helmet bags with a food package ... in the right 










foot well. And I believe that we will laake it into the 










proper place with just about everything else. 


07 02 


03 


16 


cc 


Okay, fine. If you have any real drastic chantjes, let 










UB know as aooii as you can so we can figiire it into the CG. 


07 02 


03 


23 


p 


Okay. I don't really think so, Jim. We're in pretty good 










shape, and we "re gomg to work on that this afternoon. 


07 02 


03 


28 


cc 


Okay. Very good. 


07 02 


03 


30 


p 


There is one thing we will take out - the little bit of 










gear in the wing boxes - and carry it on our person and 










use that as extra stowage area for food bags. 


07 02 


03 


kk 


cc 


Okay. Very good. 



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HOUSTON 

Houston aga-in, We*d like to remind you to 
purge the fuel cells before you power dovn. 
Roger. We're still planning on povering dovn at 16:20:00. 
Roger. We'd also like to have you read out your propeilant 
quantity gage to ug at this time. 
Olcay. Stand by. 

Roger. The proi)ellant quantity reads about 7^^* 

Roger, r^. We want to do some radar tracking with Pretoria 

on this pass, and we'd like to have you turn your C-band 

Adapter Beacon on and off at these times. Are you ready 

to copy? 

Roger , 

Okay. We want you to go to COfPTINUOUS at 07:16: >L:00. 
We want you to go t,8ck to COMMAND at 07:16:^*2:00. 
Roger. I copy 07:16: 31: 'JO CONTINUOUS, 07:16:^+2:00 back 
to CO^&!AND. 
Roger. 

Be advised also that we would like to run another HP Test 
out of Houston test range antennas, so after we've com- 
pleted the stateside pass here, we'd like to have you go 
to HF; and we'll start the music up again, and we'd like 
to see if we can compare today's result with yesterday's. 
We found that it's probably the best HF Test we have done 
so far. 



CONtiiJtNnAL 



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07 02 05 to P I think you're rigiit. And we'll mark the time down that 

we lose the signal. 
07 02 05 1+5 CC Okay. We're going to be going out 01" the Canaveral 



antemia, and then we're going to shift down to Antigua 
antenna, and then we're going to leave it at Antigua until 
you lose it. 



07 02 


05 


1- \ 


P 


Okay. 


07 02 


05 


57 


P 


We'll give you a call on either RKV or CSQ tonight after 










we get thi& stowage all done- 


07 02 


06 


Oh 


CC 


Okay. Very good. 


07 02 


06 


07 


p 


And we're going to take a little nap and then go to work 










on it. 


07 02 


06 


10 


CC 


Okay. Very good, and we're allowing you between 3-1/2 










and h hours for your stowage tomorrow prior to retrofire. 


07 02 


06 


17 


p 


Well, we're going to have all the hard articles stowed, 










the only — 


07 02 


06 


to 


CC 


Gemini -5, Houston. 


07 02 


06 


1*2 


p 


Go ahead. 


07 02 


06 




CC 


Okay. You cut out. You say you're going to have ail the 










hard articles stowed before then. Is that right? 


07 02 


06 


47 


p 


We're going to give it a try. 


07 02 


06 




CC 


Okay. Very good. Will you put your Cryogenic Gaging 










switch to OFF, please. 


07 02 


07 


10 


CC 


Gemini-^), Houston aj^j.n. 



CDNfiUrNTlAi: 



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07 02 07 12 P Go ahead. 

07 02 07 13 CC We definitely want you to be UHF over the CSQ. You have 

the acquisition time tnere? 
07 02 07 18 P Were you supposed to give it to us? 

07 02 07 20 CC Right. 

07 02 07 31 CC The acquisition time there will be 07:1, :02:^. 
07 02 07 1*0 P Okay. 

07 02 09 07 CC Gemini -5, Houston. We have about another k minutes here- 

We'll juBt stand by in case you have anything. 
07 02 09 26 C Otay. It sure is a pretty day down over the Caribbean here. 

07 02 09 31 CC Say, would you like to describe some of the color of the 

waters down there? Da you see any shelves that go from 

green to blue or anything? 
07 02 09 38 C Yes, I 11 say; Some real brilliant greens, and a bright, 

bright blue as we came over Cuba, South Arrterica ... very 

clearly. 

07 02 09 51 CC Roger. Can you see any real sharp breaks in the colors 

down below the water? 
07 02 09 55 C Yes, very clearly, 

07 02 10 13 C We're coining in over South Aaerica now. 

07 02 10 16 CC Roger. Can you see the stona out there at all? 

07 02 10 22 C Yes. Just down to our left. 

07 02 10 28 CC That's Betsy in case you haven't been told about it. 
07 02 12 23 CC Gemini -5, Houston here. We're just getting LOS and 

Antigua will come on with the HF Test at this time. 



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07 02 12 55 MUSIC 

CQAGTAL SENTRY QUEBEC 
07 03 03 23 CC GeniiDi-i), CSQ CAP COM. 

07 03 03 28 C Come in, CSQ CAP COM, Gemini -5 here. And good morning 

to you. 

07 03 03 32 CC Roger. We have you GO on the ground, and Houston would 

like for you to remain on IMF. 
07 03 03 ^1 C Roger, We're on UHF, and could you asis them vtiat do they 

want to do. Look at our fuel cell over Hawaii and then 

shut it down. 

07 03 03 5i CC Say a^ain concerning fuel cell. 

07 03 03 53 C Ask them what they want to do about shutting No. 2 fuel 

cell down. 
07 03 03 58 CC Roger. 
07 03 Oil 33 CC Gemini-5, CSQ. 
07 03 0J+ 35 C Go ahGAd, 

07 03 ok 36 CC Roger. Houston advises to shut Section 2 down at this 

time. 



07 03 oil J40 


C 


Okay, 


07 03 04 46 


CC 


And CSQ has nothing further; we're standing by. 


07 03 Oh 49 


c 


All right, Geinini-5 atanding by. 


07 03 05 04 


CC 


Gemini-5, Houston now advises leave Section 2 on. 


07 03 05 19 


c 


Roger. We have it back on. 


07 03 05 29 


c 


Okay. We got our transmitter back up now. 



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07 03 


05 


33 


CC 


Roger. Copy. 


07 03 


06 


ko 


CC 


Gemlni-5, CSQ. 


07 03 


06 




C 


Go ahead. 


07 03 


06 


kQ 


CC 


Okay. Hiiuston now advises to leave tJie Section 2 fuel 
cell on and they'll advise you further at Hawaii. Over. 


07 03 


06 


55 


c 


Okay. Thank you, 

HAWAI I 


07 03 


20 


37 


CC 


Gemini-5^ Hawaii CAP COM. 


o{ 03 




39 


P 


Go ahead, Havraii, Gemini-^ here. 


07 03 


20 


ifl 


CC 


Roger. You're looking good. We'd like you to place 
your tiUBDtity xteaci bwitcn to ruex oeix ng. 


07 03 






P 


Roger. 


07 03 


20 


50 


CC 


And leave it there for Gua/aas. 


07 03 


dO 


52 


p 


Okay. 


07 03 


20 


5^ 


CC 


Now we've got a medical oata pass scheauj.ed on the Coramand 
Pilot. Is he asleep or is he Just about to go to sleep? 


07 03 


21 


00 


p 


He's asj^ep. Do you want it; 


07 03 


21 


03 


CC 


Ko, we don't want you to vake him up. We'll scrub that 
data pass ir he's sleeping. 


07 03 


21 


07 


p 


Y'es, he's asleep. 


07 03 


21 


28 


CC 


I've got an update- for you if you're ready to copy. 


07 03 


21 


3*^ 


p 


Ready to copy. 


07 03 


21 


37 


CC 


MSC-1. 17:20:00. I've already passed it by, Pete. 



Place your 568 Sensor circuit breaker to open and hold 



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it momentarily. 
07 03 21 5it P Do what? 

07 03 21 56 CC Turn the E-S Gensor circuit breaker to open and hold it 

nKjmentariiy. 
07 03 22 02 P Okay. 

07 03 22 10 P Okay. It's open. Do you want it closed? 

07 03 22 13 CC Roger. Close it. 

07 03 22 Ik P Okay. Have it closed. How's that? 

07 03 22 20 CC That's okay. 

07 03 22 2h P You Just wanted one orbit on tnat, don't you? 

07 03 22 28 CC Roger, Ttiat was on this rev. 

07 05 22 38 CC It was on tn.s rev, Pete. 

07 03 22 44 P Okay. I got comething for you to copy. 

07 03 22 kl CC Go ahead. 

07 03 22 1*9 P Okay. We lost EF at 07:16:27:00. 

07 03 22 57 CC Eoger. 

07 03 22 59 P And I'll give you Gordo's. He ate a meal pA at 07:15:00. 

07 03 23 09 CC Roger. 

07 03 23 13 P And bis total water is 32 pounds 8 ounces. 

07 03 23 20 CC Roger. 

CALIFORNIA 

07 03 28 02 CC Gemini -5, Houston.. 

07 03 28 05 P Go ahead, Houston. 

07 03 28 07 CC On that iaat pass over the States it looks like you might 



have tried to start up your thrusters Yk). 7 8> from 
the T/M data. If you did, we'd like to know how they 
worked. 

07 03 28 20 P Samo, Samo. 

OY 03 28 22 CC Of.ay. Got you. The Flif^ht Siirgeon would like to talk 

to you for a minute here. Then we'll release you to 
GuaymaB, and they'll finish up the pass. 

07 03 28 32 CC Hello, Pete. I'd like to check with you a minute about 

this stowage that you're going to do this afternoon. 
Would you be sure and check on that reprogramaer and 
make sure you have that out someplace where you can get 
a hold of it rapidly on the -rfater when you're planning 
your stowage. Secondly, I'll talk with you tomorrow 
nraming and give you a briefing again on how we're going 
to get the DP's, and we're checking that out down here 
now, how we'll do them during the retrofire and landing 
sequence. I'd like for you and Gordo to both be thinking 
about thiS business. We'll riave to do some discussing 
about whetner you feel there's any need to use any of the 
Item E. So you might consider that between now and 
tomorrow. Depending on how things go we'll sleep the rest 
of the time. Do you know of anything that's really been 
bothering Gordo with trying to get sleep like last night? 

07 05 29 38 P No. We're just busy, that's all. 



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_ 07 03 29 43 CC Okay. Pete, yovur Vater intake has been down soae too, 

both of you. We're not concerned about it or anything, 
but it has gone dovn some from vhat you've been doing the 
reat oi' the fli^jht. It's gone dovn some in the last 2k 
hours. You both might watch that some too. 
07 03 30 01+ P Okay. .^Things have been running fairly cool in here, and 

as you noticed, we've actually heated the suit loop up. 
We discusoca that also, and I think that's the reason. 
07 03 30 ih CC Rog. I think so. Another thine, you still sound like 

you're pretty well plugged up. Do you feel that you are 
up there? 

07 03 30 23 P Oh no. It's just 100 percent oxygen, that's ail. 

07 03 30 29 CC Okay. Listen, here's another one you could consider. 

You consider this, you and Gordo both, that between now and 
entry if you both feel that you are pretty plugged up, you 
ought to consider this business about Item E for this 
stuffiness, and we can look at -i-t later this afternoon 
or this evening and check again. 

07 03 50 53 P Okay. 

07 03 30 55 CC Very good. Sver^fthing looks ^od down here, Pete, as 

far as your data. All of the sensors are still working 
very well. The data is as clean as it was prelaunch. 
It looks real beautiful. Your rates arai things are level- 
ing out pretty *rell, and we have no concern from a medical 
point of view down here. 



CONFIDENTIAL 



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07 03 


31 17 


P 


Okay. We i^eel real fine. 










07 03 


31 ^3 


CC 


Geauni-^), Guaymas GAP COM. 


07 03 


31 kt 


P 


Hello there, Guaytnas, Getniui-^. 


07 03 


—.1 10 

31 W 


CC 


You're looking pretty good down here. Kow you doing? 


07 03 


31 50 


P 


Oh, we're GO here. 


07 03 


31 51 


CC 










reraaj-nder 01 tne rxxt^jt. 


07 03 






UKSy. very goofi. 


07 03 


32 00 


CC 


Roger. 


07 03 


32 52 


p 


GuaynBS, would you tex-L aouston tnat we uicin t come cxose 








enough to ... to get an 0- ( run. it riaa taovea quitfe a 








bit east of our track. 


07 03 


33 03 


CC 


Come close enougli to where? 


07 03 


33 05 


p 


It had moved east of our track. 


07 03 


33 09 


CC 


Okay. Understand. 


07 03 


34 27 


CC 


Okay. Tom your Uuaritity Keati switca urr at tnis time. 


07 03 


3^ 32 


p 


Roger. 


07 03 


3*+ 33 


CC 


Okay, We've done it. 


07 03 


36 13 


CC 


What kind of rates are you having now? 


07 03 


36 15 


P- 


Very, very, very low. 


07 03 


36 18 


CC 


Sure does show up on the telemetry. Real good. 


07 03 


36 21 


P 


They say what? 


07 03 


36 22 


CC 


Reaiiy are giving us much better telemetry. 



Li -? ; 



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07 03 36 25 P Oh yes, we're hardLiy nioving at aO-L, now that tiiat .lydroj^en 

has stopped venting. 

TEXAS 

07 03 36 p6 CC Gein-Lni-5, Houston. 
07 03 36 59 P Go aheart, Houston. 

07 03 37 01 CC Pete, we're sort of looking at the preparation for retro- 
fire for tomorrow;; and it looks like the nKJSt straignt- 
forwsrd way is to ana the RCS and have you do the platform 
alinertient in RC3. And unless you have some objection to 
that, we'll go ahead and sort of plan on that as far as 
the procedure down here. 

07 03 37 21 P No, we concur with that. 

07 03 37 22 CC Okay. Very good. We'll look into it and try to ^et a 

time on it. Looks like it really won't nsake much difference 
from Tf; minus jO on down, and we'll just do a few things 
froni about 1^ minus 2 hours dowr: to minus 30. 

07 03 37 38 P Okay. Tf^ minus 30 is over Carnarvon, or past Carnarvon, 

that's rijiht. 

07 03 37 hk CC Just 8 second. It's over Carnarvon. 

07 03 37 51 CC Did you get tt«t? It 13 over Carnarvon at Tfj minus 30. 

07 03 37 55 P "i'es, I got that. 

07 03 37 57 CC Okay, 

07 03 38 Qh P About the only thiag I can see is when we go through the 

power up checkoff list after the platform warms up, we 



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07 


03 


38 


12 


cc 


07 


03 


36 


ih 


p 


07 


03 


3d 


16 


cc 



go sricfid and arm the RC5 early, that's ail. 
Tnat's ri^iit.. 

Ar.d otherviiie, it ought to be about the sanie. 
That's rif^'it. That's what 1 say, there are very few 
things that are different. We're .just trying to line 
it all up here to snake sure; if there are any differences, 
we'll let you know about them. 
07 03 38 23 P Okay. 

07 03 38 27 CC We were planning on juct telling you a little sunmsry of 

what we have here and we're going to figure it all out. 
We shouldn't have any changes at ail except for that one 
little thint: we've already mentioned. 

07 03 38 36 P Okay. 

07 03 33 kl P That, by my calculat-i-uns, ought to be somewhere around 

08:11:25 or go. 

07 03 3& CC Bog. I think we've got you over Carnar^/on at 08:13:33:00. 

Is that what you're talking about? 
07 03 38 05 CC Are we still talking to you. 

COASTAL GEJfTSY QUijBEC 
Gemini -5, C9Q CAP COM. 
Go ahead, CSQ., Gemini -5 here. 

Roger. We have you GO on the groxand and be advised 
Command Pilot has medical data pass at Hawaii. Acquisition 
time 18:5'+: 11. you copj-? 



07 04 


35 


k2 


CC 


07 oh 


35 




C 


07 ok 


35 


h3 


CC 



07 Ok 36 06 C Rorjer. iBr^^+'.ii. Medical pass. And who's that for? 

07 ok 36 10 CC That's for the Coanaand Pilot. 

07 Qh 36 22 CC I also have a Flight Plan upoate when you're ready to 

copy. 

07 0^4 36 32 C Wait one, 

07 0^ 36 ^ C Go ahead. 

07 0^ 36 ^+8 C Roger, D-U/D-7 sequence 1+26. It's to fee done when both 

crew laeiabers are awake. Do it in drifting flight and 
use the recoraer, 

D~C experiment. Uxpend re-taining film on features of 
opportunity. Do you copy? 
Soger. 

C3<i has nothing; further this pass. We're standing by. 
Okay, stan;ii,ng by, here. 
CSQj Gemini-5. 
CSQ, go ahead. 

Roger. Vi'e were supposed to do an NEC-i at l/:20:00 and 
we were doing something and the tiice got by us. And could 
you check with Houston experiments please and get us 
another time later today to do it? 
MSC-1, J 5 that affirm? 
It's affirx. 

Gemini Souston is checking on a new time for that. 
Okay. 



07 ok 


57 12 


CC 


07 0*+ 


37 20 


C 


07 Ok 


37 28 


CC 


07 Ok 


37 32 


c 


07 ok 


38 35 


p 


07 ok 


38 37 


CC 


07 ok 


38 39 


p 



07 ok 


33 54 


CC 


07 0^ 


38 57 


P 


0/ Qii 


39 Ok 


CC 


07 0^ 


39 10 


C 



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HAWAII 

07 0^+ 5^ 25 CC Gemini-^, Hawaii. We do not have a valid temperature. 
Of' Oh 55 38 CC Oeniini-^), Hawaii GAP COM, 
07 oh 55 l^i P Go ahead, Hawaii. 

07 0^ 55 h2 CC We do not liave a valid temperature yet. 
07 0^ 55 ^5 P it's coBjing. 

07 oh 55 hb CC Roger. 

0,' Oh 57 ij CC Gemini-:;, Hawaii Sxirgeon. v/e have valid blood pressure. 

Give us D niarK. when you begin exercise. 
07 oh 57 20 C Rofeer. 

07 5i3 12 C ... exercise ... blood pressure. 

07 Oh 58 2h CC Geniini-5, cuff full scaie. 

07 Oh 58 59 CC Gemini -5, we have a valid tlood pressure. Standing by 

for your water and sleep report. 
07 0^ 05 C Roger, 3^ pounds h o'lOnces of water. Sleep, i just nad 

an hour and a half of sleep. 
07 04 5^ 15 CC Roger, Gen:.ni-5- Uriderstand 'jh pounds 4 ounces water, 

1.5 hours of sleep. Is ti;at affiros? 
07 Oh 59 2'i C Roger, I.5 nours of sleep today. 

07 Oh 59 28 CC TtianA you, GfTuini-^. Hawaii Surgeon ou;. 
07 Qh 30 C 5A at i;:Oj:QQ. 

Qi' oh 59 37 CC Unaeratand meal >A at j.>:00:00. 

07 oU 59 hi C That's eff xn^BCive. 

07 O4 59 h2. CC Gemini-^, t;iank you. la'-raii Surgeon ou^. 



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07 0^+ 59 CC Gemini- 5, this is Hawaii CAP C0>?. 

07 Oh 59 C Roger. Go ahead. 

07 0^ 59 CC What was your approximate sleep cycle between the Connoand 

Pilot and the Pilot? 
07 Qif 59 55 C Now vhen vras this? 

07 Oh 59 56 CC What do you plan on doing, you know, to get your rest? 
07 OU 59 01 C Oh well, we're going to try to follow our sleep cycle 

further ... flight plan, but it doesn't always work out 

that way. 

07 ok 59 08 CC Roger. Understand. 

07 Oh 59 15 CC GeKiini-5, just let us know when the Pilot is going to be 

awake, w-juld you, please? 

HOSE m<fT VICTOR 
G.tnlni-::, BK'<i CAP COM. 
Go ahead, RKV. 

Roger. We'd like for the Pilot to be awake if possible 
over CSQ and Hawaii on tue 110 Rev. 
Okay, what's that? 

That's CSQ acquisition is 20:09. 20:09. Tiiafs your 
upcoiiing rev. 
Okay. I '11 be up. 

And viiSt we'd like to do, we're going to perform a thruster 
check and we want to give you the instructions on this rev 
over the CSQ and Hawaii end perform the test the next rev 



07 


05 


18 10 


CC 


07 


05 


13 13 


p 


07 


05 


18 15 


CC 


07 


05 


18 


p 


07 05 


18 29 


CC 


07 


05 


18 38 


p 


07 


05 


18 39 


CC 



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07 05 


xQ 


54 


P 


OY 05 


io 


56 


cc 


07 05 


19 


00 


p 


07 05 


1.9 


02 


cc 


07 05 


19 


05 


p 


07 05 


20 


53 


cc 


07 05 


20 


55 


p 


07 05 


20 


56 


cc 



over CSQ and Hawaii. 
OioBy. 

We have all your systems real good here on the ground. 
EverythiHtj looks fine. 
Okay, We're GO up here. 

Roger. We have nothing else for you. We'll be standing 

by. 
Okay, 

Gemini -5, R^r/ CAP COM. 
Go ahead. 

Flight advises t:;at if you want to sleep for the next 
rev, you can go ahead and the Corrjnend Pilot can take down 
the instructions, and then you could be awake to do the 
test. Botn the switches are on your side of the cockpit 
is the problem. 

07 05 21 10 P Okay. Well listen, we're working on storage and a lot of 

thiTijgs rigiit now, so we'll probably both be awake for the 
next couple of revc. 

07 05 21 17 CC Roger, understand. 

COASTAL SENTRY Q'JEBEC 
Gemini- 5, CGQ CAP COM. 
Roger, C3Q, Geiaini-5 here. 

C3Q has you GO uti the .[ground end I have quite a bit of 
inforination for you to copy this pass. Let cie know when 



07 06 


10 


15 


CC 


07 o6 


10 


27 


C 


07 06 


10 




cc 



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you'x-e ready to copy, f irst of ail, Fli^it Plan upiiate, 
07 06 10 52 C CSQ, ready to copy, 

07 06 10 'jk CC Hoger. MSC-1, 20:33:00, Mi3C-l, 0-i:00:00 and reiaarks, if 

CoTTjaand Pilot is avakc, turn £-E Sensor circuit breaker 
switch to open, hold momentarily, return C/B to closed 
poGltior!. Do you copy? 



07 


06 


11 


30 




Rotjcr, wc got tiiSt. 


0 -(" 


06 


11 


32 


CC 


Okay, 1 have a Mfip update. 


07 


06 


11 


35 


c 


Okay. 


07 


06 


11 


36 


CC 


J'^p 19:56;'>9, coorainate £.3 degrees Ea^st longitude, 












Re V 110. . . . i hoi^ : 59 , 23 : IS : Ui» . 


07 


06 


12 


15 


c 




07 


OC 


12 


15 


CC 


TiS t ' & e f f i r-ia t i ve . 



07 06 12 21 CC And Cott also tias another long procedure for chocking 

thruEters 7 and 8. Let ce know 'vhen you're ready for that. 
07 06 12 29 C Ail set, 

07 06 12 33 CC Okay, I'd like to ... attempt the heat up and possibly free 

the thruGt charaber assenablies 7/3 by the folio-ring pro- 
cedure. It's scheduled to start 5 minutes prior to x-he 
next CS<H, acquisition. That Gl-E" is 21:^*0:00, Rev 111. Do 
you copy? 

07 06 13 00 C Roger. 

07 06 13 01 OC Okay. We'll attempt to contact you on HF at 21:35:00, 

It is a monitor test. 
07 06 13 16 C Okay. 



Rage 732 



07 06 


13 


lo 


cc 


Oluy, I have a list of 20 steps for switch positions, 










etc. 


07 06 


13 


25 


c 


Ail ri^t. 


Of oo 


13 


CO 






07 o6 


13 


36 


c 


AH rigat. 


07 06 


13 


37 


cc 


Squid Batteries 1 and c Orr . 


07 06 


13 


42 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


13 


1, Ji 


CC 


QAfu TCA circuxt oreaker no* ( and o cxosecL on. 


07 06 


13 


52 


c 


Roger. 


07 o6 


13 


54 


cc 


QaMS TCA circuit breaker Nos. 1 tnroupi o open oil. 


07 06 


IM 


01 


c 


Roger. 


07 06 




02 


cc 


DC Power Switch ACML. 


07 06 


1^ 


Oo 


c 


Oksy. 


07 06 


14 


09 


cc 


ACME Poyer Switch PRIMAR t or SECORmRi. 


07 06 




15 


c 


* « • 


07 06 


1 j 
14- 


16 


cc 


OAMS Prope 1 lant Motor Valve Switch OFF. 


07 06 


iH 


22 


c 


The ACML Power Switch, either PRIMARY or SECONDARY. 


07 06 


l** 


26 


cc 


That's air irraative, and roliowing that is QAMS PropeJ lant 










Motor Valve Switch OFF. 


07 06 


14 


31 


p 


Okay, wait one. 


07 06 


Ik 


46 


c 


QAMS Propellant Valve OFF, that ri^t? 


07 06 


14 


50 


cc 


That's affiraative, OFF position. 


07 06 


14 


56 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


14 


57 


cc 


QAMS Power Switch ON. 



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07 06 


15 


02 


C 


GAMS Power On. 


07 06 


15 


04 


cc 


OAMS Attitude Control Motor Switch DIRECT. 


07 06 


15 


06 


c 


DIRECT. 


07 06 


J-5 


i-I 


(X 


Nfixx proccQure is iioxci Atxxxrucie nniiu. LK>nux%>jj.ej^ to yaw 










xert position lor xu minutes. 


07 06 


15 


20 


c 


Ouyr hold Attitude UontroJLLer to your lert y*w ror xu 










minutes. 


07 06 


15 




cc 


That s ai iinnBtive. rtexease nana ijontroxxer* 


07 06 


15 


32 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


i5 


33 


cc 


bquiD Batteries x ana d vn. 


07 06 


15 


30 


c 


Soger. 


07 06 


15 


39 




UAfv Jrropcxxanx. noxor vaxve ow±K.n u«. 


07 06 


15 


1 1. 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


15 


46 


cc 


TCA No. 8 circuit breaker open, off. 


07 Ot) 


15 


52 


c 


Say that again slower, . . . 


07 06 


16 


04 


c 


... PropeU-ant OFr, OAMb Motor vaxve on. 


07 06 


16 


10 


cc 


And Propellant Motor Valve Switch is ON, did you copy 










that? 


07 06 


16 


14 


c 


Yes, 


07 06 


16 


15 


cc 


Okay. Next is Thrust Chamber Assembly 8 circuit broker 










open off. 


07 06 


16 


21 


c 


Okay, leave the No. 8 open off. 


07 06 


16 


24 


cc 


Attftaipt to fire No. 7 TCA in Direct ttode. If successful, 










try a Pulse Mode also. 


07 06 


16 


34 


c 


All right. 



FBge 73k 



0 ( 00 


10 


ii 


CO 


x\«A f circvuT/ oreaKer open oii» 


Of Od 


lo 


ii ii 


0 


AIT M ^ ^ 

AJ.1 rigiit. 


07 06 


10 


40 


cc 


TCA 8 circuit breaker closed on. 


07 06 


16 


51 


c 


Okay, repeat the procedure. 


07 06 


16 




cc 


That's affirmative, and attempt to fire Ho. 0 TGA xn 










Direct. If It's successful, try Pulse also. 


07 06 


17 


01 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


17 


02 


cc 


Okay, that last, let's see, damp any rates^ then power 










dovm the ACME system. 


07 06 


17 


09 


c 


Okay. 


07 06 


17 


13 


cc 


Okay, then do a test . . . monitor the common control bus 



voltage, if it drops to 20 volts or less, discontinue the 
test immediately. 

HAWAII 



07 06 


28 


42 


cc 


Gemini -5, this is Hawaii GAP CCM, 


07 06 


28 


^5 


c 


Go ahead, Hawaii, Gemini -5 here. 


07 06 


28 


if7 


cc 


Okay. In your pass over CSft you missed a little bit 










there on this test- Are you ready to copy? 


07 06 


23 


56 


c 


Roger. Ready to copy. 


07 06 


28 


57 


cc 


Oksay. If you see the common control bus drop below 20 



volts at any titae, stop the test insaediately. And remember 
that fuel shortage. Flight wanted us to remind you, 
07 06 29 10 C Right. 



BBge 735 



07 06 29 13 CC Okay. We have one more here. When you close trie prop 

vb1v€b holding the hand controller, you're probably going 
to get all the fuel out of the menifold, so you'll have to 
watch that. It'll give you a Blow start on youur next try 
with raotor valve open. Watch it for any big bunches of 
fuel. 



07 06 


29 


36 


C 


Okay. 


07 06 


29 


39 


P 


Do you have any plans to continue what you said there? 


07 06 


29 


^3 


CC 


Oh, okay, Pete. If you see, when you're holding the hand 



controller open, if you see fuel coming out, it's just 
evacuating it between the motor valve and the opening. So 
the next time you try to start it, get it heated up and it 
will start. It's going to take a tirae for it to start 
because there's no fuel in the lines. Okay? 



07 06 


30 


11 


P 


Yes. 


07 06 


30 


12 


CC 


All right, OKay, I've got a block update for you on PIA. 


07 06 


30 


20 


p 


Okay, wait one. 


07 06 


30 


21 


CC 


Roger. 


07 06 


30 


hi 


p 


Ready to copy. 


07 06 


30 


^3 


CC 


Roger. Here we go. 112-3, 23:05:05, 13 plus 5^, I9 plus 










08. All bank angles are roll left 53, roil ri^t 67. 


07 06 


31 


13 


p 


Got it. 


07 06 


31 


Ik 


CC 


113 Delta, 23:58:56, 26-negative, it's 20:26. 


07 06 


31 


27 


p 


I think it's 02. 



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U / OD 




30 




iiO;<:t). lae next ItJrivB would be then do pXus XJ. Got 










that? I'll read it back if you haven't. 


07 Oo 


31 


'+3 


P 


Okay. What ' s the GMPRC? 


07 06 


31 




cc 


Rog. That's 23:^:56. 


07 06 


31 


l.r. 


p 


What was the CWTRC of Area 112-3? 


07 06 


31 




cc 


23:05:03. 


07 06 


31 


57 


P 


Okay. 


07 06 


32 


01 


P 


I 'a ready for 114, 


\J ( (JO 


"JO 

3«: 


03 




OJiay. iJL4 Jeita . id is is i-oy 0, (ji:«;y:4Hj <a> pi ly. 










cfo plus Od. 


07 06 


32 




P 


Okay for II5. 


07 06 


32 


28 


CC 


115 Delta, 03:05:12, I9 plus 35, 25 plus 00. 


07 06 


"./"-» 

32 




p 


Okay. 


07 06 


32 


1, i 


cc 


116-2j 04:40:33^ lo plus 3^» 23 plus 44. 


07 06 


33 


04 


P 


Okay, 


07 06 


33 


05 


CC 


Okay. You got them all, Pete? 


07 06 


33 


07 


p 


Got them all. 


07 06 


33 


06 


cc 


All right. 


07 06 


33 


22 


cc 


You got any questions, Pete, on that test while you're 










still around? 


07 06 


33 


26 


p 


No, we don't. It looks pretty straightforward. 


07 06 


33 


29 


cc 


Ail right. Hawaii standing by. 


07 06 


33 


33 


p 


Roger, Gemini- 5 standing by. 



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ROSE KNOT VICTOR 



07 06 


50 


20 


cc 


Gemini -5, RKV CAP COM. 


07 06 


50 


30 


cc 


Gemini -5, RjCV CAP COM. 


07 06 


50 


33 


p 


... RIC/, Geinini-5 here. 


07 06 


50 


35 


cc 


Roger. We'd like your experiment status to date, if you 










have it. 


07 06 


50 


ki 


p 


Okay. .lust a minute. 


07 06 


51 


26 


p 


Okay. The experiments given to us today. We got the 



two S-5'a over Africa and we saw the ... targets, the 
S-8/D-i3. We got no D-6's. The S-7 was to photograph 
storm Betsy. Betsy was too far east of our track when we 
passed over it at the proper time, ... got ... yoia* 



07 06 


52 


02 


CC 


Hog. 


07 06 


52 


0^ 


p 


That's about it. 


07 06 


52 


05 


CC 


Okay. Thank you. 


07 06 


52 


06 


p 


We're standing by to do D-k/k26 whenever we just ... 


07 06 


52 


11 


cc 


Roger. All systems look real good here on the ground. 


07 06 


52 


17 


c 


Quay. Mighty fine. 


07 06 


52 


57 


cc 


Gemini -5, RKV CAP COM. 


07 06 


52 


59 


c 


Go ah^a. 


07 06 


53 


00 


cc 


Did you turn your ACQ Beacon circuit breaker off over us? 


07 06 


53 


03 


c 


Yes, we did. We were late on that one. 


07 06 


53 


06 


cc 


Okay. It was on when we got acquisition; then it went 



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off during our pass. We were wondering if you were 
conducting yoiir or what happened. 



07 06 


53 


17 


c 


Right. We're in our MSC-1 right now. 


07 06 


53 


19 


cc 


Roger, understand. Thank you. 










COASTAL SENTRY QUEBEC 


07 07 


k6 


02 


p 


CSR, CSQ, Getaini-5. 


07 07 


h6 


05 


cc 


Gemini-5i, CSQ. Read you loud and clear. We have you 










GO on the ground. 


07 07 


46 


11 


p 


I guess apparently you didn't hear us. 


07 07 


46 


13 


cc 


Negative. All we got was a louder noise on HP, 


07 07 


46 


16 


p 


Okay. We're in the middle of the test and we're really 



builaing up some horrendous rates, but we'll damp them out 
when we get done. 



07 <y{ 


he 


24 


cc 


Roger. CSQ copy. 


07 07 


k6 


3S 


p 


... 23.1. 




07 07 


kS 


k9 


cc 


Gemini-^, CSQ. 


Say af^ain. 


07 07 


hS 


51 


p 


Roger. Out . . . 


control is holding at 23.1, 


07 07 


he 


55 


cc 


Roger. Copy. 




07 07 


47 


35 


cc 


Gemini-!?, CSQ. 


Request you place Quantity Read Switch 










to the Fuel Cell H2 position. 


07 07 


U7 


hk 


F 


Roger. 




07 07 


48 


09 


cc 


Gemini-5, CSQ. 


Did you turn OAMS yaw left Circuit Breaker 










on and off? 




07 07 


k8 


15 


P 


Yes, we did and 


we have no negative results. 



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07 07 




18 


CC 


Very good. 


07 07 


50 


03 


cc 


Gemini- 5, CSQ. Remind you that Pilot has Taedical data 










pass at Hawaii, and you can place the Quantity Read 










Switch OFF. 


07 07 


50 


12 


p 


Roger. Do you nave acquisition of Hawaii, pleaee? 


07 07 


50 


15 


cc 


Roger. 22:02:46 and we'll be monitoring HF, 










'HA'ilA 1 1 


07 06 


03 


07 


cc 


Gemini-5, this is Hawaii CAP COM. 


07 Ob 


03 


10 


c 


itoger, Havaii. Gemini-5 here. 


07 08 


03 


13 


cc 


We have a ^^lid temperature. Standing by for blood 










pressure. 


07 Ob 


03 


16 


c 


Okay- 


07 08 


03 


27 


cc 


Gemini-;;, Ha-rfaii Siurgecn. Your cuff is full scale. 


07 08 


ok 


02 


cc 


Gemini-,;, we have a valid blood pressure. Give me a 










mark when you begin your exercise. 


07 Ot) 


Oh 


07 


p 


Mark. 


07 08 


04 


49 


cc 


Gemini-5, Hawaii Surgeon. Your cuff is full scale. 


07 08 


05 


23 


cc 


Geniini-5, Hawaii Surgeon. We have a good blood pressui 










Standing by for your water report only. 


07 08 


05 


30 


p 


Roger. Wait one. 


07 08 


05 


38 


p 


34 pounds 6 ounces. 


07 08 


05 


46 


cc 


Roger, Geniini-5. Thank you. And happy landing to you 










and Gordo tomorrow. Hawaii Surgeon out. 


07 08 


05 


53 


c 


Roger. Thank you. 



Page 7^ 



07 Ob 


06 


05 


C 


07 08 


06 


21 


CC 


07 08 


06 


2k 


C 


07 06 


06 


21 


CC 


07 oa 


06 


30 


C 



07 08 05 5^+ P Roger. Thank you. 

07 08 05 56 CC Cremini-S, Hawaii CAP COM. I'd like a readout on your 

onboard quantity, source pressure, and source temperature 
for the 

Roger. Our onboard quantity is about 6^. The temperature 
is 50 degrees and source pressure is iOOO psi. 
Roger. Understand. 

■fou want a result of our iittie test we did? 
That's Bffirraative, We'd like to know what you did there. 
Ail rigiit. We followed a procedure to the letter, and 
first thing we did was roll up pretty good when the gas 
started going out through the left yaw thrusters. 
pretty good rates all set up fine. We held the thrusters 
on for yaw left for 10 minutes and we went through the 
other procedure of rearming and trying them, and we still 
had no thrust. 
07 08 06 59 CC Roger. Understand- 

07 08 07 02 C Tn the meantime, we've discovered that we don't have-- 

couple more thrusters are out. So we're getting down 
with just very few thi*usters left on the OAMS system, 

07 08 07 15 CC Do you happen to know the numbers of the ones that have 

fa iled? 

07 08 07 IT ^ ^*o, we were unable to get any left roll with the roll jets 

and the Yaw Logic. 



Page 7Ui 



07 08 07 29 CC Roger. Understand that, 

07 05 07 33 C Just a minute, let me recheck that, ... roil. 

07 08 07 37 P Yes, it was Roil L .gic in, ttiat's rifeht, left roll only 

with Boll L-gic Switch in tne PITCH. And then no right 
yaw. Then riiiht yaw only with the Boll Ligic in the YAW but 
no left roll in that position. 

07 08 07 CC Roger, Understand. 

07 08 07 56 C And the yaw is feeding through into the pitch, which indicates 

a very weak thrust on the right yaw also. 
07 06 08 06 CC Okay. 

07 08 08 25 C Other than that, if s a pretty good 8yste«, 

07 08 06 33 CC •tft\Bt are your rates now, Gemini->; are you pretty well 

damped out? 

07 08 08 36 C Roger. We nanaged to switch back and forth, work our few 

left renaining thrusters and we have our rates damped 
pretty well now. 



07 08 08 




CC 


Roger. 


07 08 08 


57 


CC 


Okay, Gemini-^j, we have nothing further. Hawaii is standing 








by. 








. ROSi, KNOT VICTOR 


07 08 28 


03 


CC 


Gemini-^, this is RKV cotnm. check. How do you read? 


07 06 28 


07 


p 


RKV, Gemini- >. Read you loud and clear. 


07 08 28 


09 


CC 


Roger. Would you close your ACQ Beacon circuit breaker? 


07 08 28 


15 


p 


Roger. 



Rage 7k2 



07 06 


28 


16 


cc 


Okay, and we'd also like you to bring up the Platform 










at thxs time. The reason for this is we might start 










venting and we want to prevent this. Ri^t now 










hydrogen and oxygen pressure is GO. 


07 08 


on 




r 


ukay. rxatiomi s un at tniB xxnie< 


07 08 


^0 


47 


CC 


Roger. 


07 OQ 


28 




p 


What are you going to want ub to do? 


07 08 


lo 


57 


cc 


... in the powered up position right now at the present 










time. We don't want you to do an/thing. 


07 03 


29 


Oi* 


p 


Okay. 


07 Ob 


29 


12 


cc 


We'd like to pass some information to you. They're going 










to cancel the medical data pass on the Concaand Pilot over 










the CSQ on i^ev Ilk. 


07 06 


29 


27 


p 




07 08 


29 


29 


cc 


Okay, and the Surgeons recommend that both of you con- 










centra te on water and sleep for the next 10 hours. 


07 08 


29 


36 


p 


Poger. 


07 08 


29 




p 


Have you got the back time for the pass on CSQ? 


07 08 


29 


49 


cc 


Roger. CSQ on 11^ is 02:28:26 and that medical data pass 










has heen deleted. 


07 06 


30 


01 


p 


Oh, you want us to sleep? 


07 08 


00 


03 


cc 


That's affirmative. 


07 08 


00 




p 


We thought you wanted . , . lOkay. 



Page 7^3 



07 09 


20 


hi 


CC 


07 09 


20 


57 


P 


07 09 


21 


00 


CC 



COAiVrAL SENTRY qUEBt)C 
Gemini -5, CSC. CAP COM. 
CSQ CAP CC*5, Gemiiii-5, over. 

Roger. We h:;ve you GO on the ground. Also we'd like 
you to place your Quantity Read Switch to the Fuel Cell 
Hydrogen position, please. 
07 09 21 11 P Roger. Going to Fuel Cell Hydrogen now, 

07 09 21 12 CC Okay. Houston advises they feel that possibly you'll have 

insufficient time to fill the line to the thrusters. They'd 
like you to power up again, and go to PULfcE Mode, TCA Circuit 
Breakers 7 and 8 closed. Rate Gyros OK, and again check your 
thrusters. Over. 

You mean the other thrusters thst are working!, or 7 and 8? 
I believe he means 7 and 8. I'll check it. 
Okay. 

Gemini-5, advise all circuit breakers on thfj thrusters closed. 
Check all the thrusters. 
Okay. 

Also, Gemini- 5, Houston advises there is sufficient hydrop;en 
for remainder of flight, and no problem with water. Over. 
Okay. And you want us to leave the platform up all the 
time, is that correct? 

■niat's affinnative. Leave the platform OR and after your 
thruster check, turn the Rate (^/ros back OFF. 
Roger , 



07 09 


21 


37 


P 


07 09 


21 


k-i 


CC 


07 09 


21 




P 


07 09 


22 


05 


CC 


07 09 


22 


12 


c 


07 09 


22 


3U 


CC 


07 09 


22 


1+2 


p 


07 09 


22 


1*5 


CC 


07 09 


22 


52 


p 



Page 7'+^ 



ROSE ia^OT VICTOR 





10 


ou 




00 


Genini-5, j^KV lAP uOM, comm. check. 


07 


10 


00 




p 


RKV CAP COM, Gemini- 5 here, read you loud and clear. 


07 


10 


00 


53 


cc 


Roger. Read you ioud and clear also. Ail systems are 












GO on the gro\ind. We would like to advise you, you 












have a UKF-6 over CSQ on Rev 113. 




iO 


Oi 


03 


p 


Roger. We have 113, and be advised th^it we went back 












through the thruster checks again and ran them in Uirec 












and ran them in Puisc, and whst we Cilled them before, 












it's still the same. 


07 


10 


01 


15 


cc 


Roger, ixnder stand. 


07 


10 


01 




cc 


we'd J ike to have the fuel purge at this time. 


07 


10 


01 




p 


Roger . 


Cy7 
'-^ 1 




Pi t 


■3 -J 




Give me a mark. 


07 


10 


01 


39 


p 


Roger, stand by. Mark, hydrogen ... Mark, h>drogen No. 












on my mark. 


07 


10 


Oc 


01 


p 


Mark. 


07 


10 


0? 


25 


p 


Stand by for oxygen on So. I. 


07 


JO 


0? 


29 


p 


Mark . 


07 


10 


01+ 


31 


? 


So. I pur^e complete, coEnencing No. 2. 


07 


iO 


0^ 


1*? 


^^^^ 


Gemini-^, this is TIKV. We*d like to know your piatf jrm 



position please. When you can give it. 



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COASmL SEtfTKY QUEBiC 
07 10 54 3U CC Gemini-5, CKQ CAP COM. 
07 10 54 39 P Go ahe.id, CSQ,. Gemini-5. 

07 10 54 42 CC Roger. Be advised this is a UHF-6 and we'd like you to 

place your Q,uantity Read Switch to the Fuel Cell Hydrogen 
position, please. 

07 10 54 51 P Roger. It's in fuel Ceil Hydrogen at this time, 

07 10 54 55 CC Also be advised that due to bad weather in Area 121-1, 

Flight has dei-ided to come into 121-1. We'll be updating 

your time. 

07 10 55 06 P Roger. Understand 121-1 is the recovery area. 

07 10 55 15 CC That's aff irniative. I also have the coordinates if you're 

ready to copy. 
07 10 55 25 F Roger. Wait one. 

07 10 55 38 P Okay. Ready to copy. 

07 10 55 41 CC Roger. 29 degrees 43 minutes North. 68 degrees 00 minutes 

West. 

07 10 55 57 P Roger. 
07 10 56 06 CO End transmitting Tp. 
07 10 56 17 P Do you have the GSfTRC? 

07 10 56 22 CC Geitiini-5, say again. 

07 J.0 56 24 P Do you have the GMTRC at 121-1 » please? 

07 JO 56 28 CC Roger. Stand by to copy. 
07 10 56 32 CC GMTRC 01:29:^5. 



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07 10 56 W+ CC RET kOOK, 20 plus 2U. 

07 10 56 59 P I thought , . . Would you give me the C3>CrRC 121-1? 

07 10 57 07 CC Disregard what I gave you. The OmC is 12 plus 27 plus 

39. 

07 10 57 20 P Okay. 12 plus 27 plus 39- 

07 10 57 2k CC That's affinnative. RET UOOK, lil plus 08. 

07 10 57 32 P we cut each other out. Say again. 

07 10 57 36 CC Roger. RET UOOK is Ik plus 08. 

07 10 57 k3 P Okay. I got it. 

07 10 57 kl CC RETRE, 19 pl-US 20. 

07 10 57 '^k P Roger. AJid could you tell uc what the recovery source 

is? Will the carrier be there? 
07 10 58 03 CC Affirmative, Carrier will be there and I have expected 

weather in that area. Over. 
07 10 58 11 P Ready to copy. 

07 10 58 13 CC Roger. Cloud cover 5/iO, 2000 foot scattered, 10 miles 

visibility, wind 230 degrees ... 12 knots. Wave height 
2 to 3 foot, water temperature 82 degrees. 

07 10 58 kl P Sounds very good to me. 

07 10 58 U3 CC Roger. 

07 10 58 50 CC Gemini -5, we'd still like to know your Platform Mode, 

please . 

07 10 58 55 P Roger. We're in ORB Rate. 

07 10 58 58 CC Copy. Orbit Rate. 



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Roger. 


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Could you give me C34T time hack, please? 


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Roger. On my mark It will be Oi hours 00 Biaute* 25 












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on the minute is fine. 


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Okay. We'll be ccaning up at 0 hours Oi minutes 00 si 












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Mark. 


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T^iat was 01 h<mrs 01 minutes 00 seconds . 


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Roger, we got it. Thank you. 



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ROSE KNOT VICTOR 
GaBini-5, RKV CAP COM. Comm. check, how do you read? 
RKV, Gemini-5 reads you loud and clear. 
Roger. Have a map update for you. Acknowledge when 
you're ready to copy. 
Ready to copy. 



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Star 01:'jS:i+2. 2'^*07:il 


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Okay. All systems are GO on the ^ound. 


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Gesiini-5> RKW Are your rate gyros on aii th^ present 












time? 


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Negativ*^ . 


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to know vou recorded voiii" tVinisteT' oHpck and thnis'tf*!* 












failure? onboard? 


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That's affirmative. 


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We'd like to have you record your coiamtnts onboard. 


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Okay, 












COASTAL SENTRY QUEBEC 


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Gemini-5» would you Sfjlect Fuel Cell Hg, please? 


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Roger, have it. 


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Gemini -5, you can return to the OFF position on the 












Quantity Read Gwitch. 


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Gc ahead, CBQ. 



07 12 32 50 CC Roger, this is your last pass. It's been nice having you 

come around. Hope you'll have a nice landing; we'll see 
you in Houston. 



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07 12 32 55 C Thenk you, thank you for all your help. Thank all the 

troops down there. You did a real fine job for us. 
07 12 33 00 CC Thank you. 
07 12 33 02 C Nice to work with you. 

07 13 10 04 CC Gemini-5, KKV CAP CUM. 
07 13 10 07 P Go ahead, KKV, Gemini-5. 

07 13 10 09 CC Roger, everything looks real good ht;re on the grcmid. 

I have some landing area updates for you. Acknowledge 

when you are read^- to copy. 
07 13 10 19 P Okay, Just one second, we'll be ready. 

07 13 10 22 CC Roger. 

07 13 10 3^ P Okay, we're ready to copy. 

07 13 10 36 CC Roger, the weather is good in all areos. It is day 6, the 

bank angle rc;inain£ the same for yaw, rolL left 53, roll 
right 67. 

07 13 10 50 P Okay. 

07 13 10 51 CO Area 117-2, Oo;17:03, 17 plus 07, 22 plus 11. 

Area 118-2, 07:52:49, 15 Plus U2, 20 plus 47. 

119- L, 09:L5:i8, 17 plus 12, 22 plus I6. U'-- 

120- 2, 11 plu£ 0*4, la, 12 plus 52, lb plus 16. 

121- L, 12:27:39, 1*^ plus Qii, 19 plus 20. 
07 13 12 2k P Roger, we got all of them, 

07 13 12 26 CC Roger. 

07 13 15 28 CC Gemini-5, KKV CAP COM. We'll bo standing by for the 

remainder of the pass. 



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Okay, mighty fine. Thank you. 

We'll catch you one more time tonight, won't we, RKV? 
That's affirmative. 
Oka\^. 

07 13 32 02 CC GeBuni-5. this is Canary CAP COM. We have nothing for you 

this pass. Everything looks good from here. And good 
morning. 

07 13 32 13 C Roger. Good morning to you. Everything looks good up 

here. 

07 13 32 l8 CC Roger. 

07 13 33 00 C Hello, Canaries, Gt'mini-5 here. Are we on Rev il5 or 

ii6 now? 



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You're on Rev 115 at the pi-esent time. 




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Roger. We just started 115, did we not? 




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Hiat is affirnvjtive . You've just gotten a 


start on li5' 


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Okay, mighty fine. 




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Roger, and we'll be with you for, up until 


Rev 120, 


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Roger, RKV. Gemini -5 here. 





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07 Ik k3 59 GC Roger. We'd like to purge yoxur fuel ceils, both sections, 

on hydrogen and oxygen this puss. 

07 ll* 04 P Okay. 

07 ii+ M+. 06 CC We're ready when you arc. 

07 lit 09 P All right here. Transformer dovn. 

07 lU Mf 25 P ... secticm 1. 

07 Lh kk 28 CC Ctood. 

07 l4 W+ 36 P ... section 2. 

07 il^ 14*. 57 P Purge 2 hydrogen complete. 

07 iU kh 58 CC Roger. 

07 ik U5 13 P No. 1 oxygen complete. 

07 1^ ^5 16 CC Roger. 

07 Ik k6 05 CC Geinini-5, if you'd switch your Qwantlty Refid Switch 

to Ha it would speed us up a little bit. Thank you. 

07 Ik k7 ik P Oxygen complete and on the way. 

07 Ik kj 16 CC Roger. 

07 Ik 1+7 21 P Oxygen on fJo. 2. 

07 Ik kl 22 CC Rog. 

07 Ik k& 05 CC Place your Quantity Read to FUEL CELL 0- please. 

Thank you. 

07 14 U9 19 P 

07 Ik 49 20 CC Roger. Thank you. 

07 l4 49 2i P Transformer OFF, 

07 ik 49 22 CC Roger, 



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Ifou can put your Queuitlty Bead Switch in the OFF 












position now. 


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Geicini-5, RKV CAP COM. Everything IooXe real good here 












on the ground. 


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Roger, Very good. Tharik you. 


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And all the people here on the KKV would like to pass 












along their congratulations, and we'll see you back in 












Houston. 


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Okay, fine. Thank everybody for all the great job they 












did for us. 


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Roger. It was our pleasure. 


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Flight Plan item update for you. 


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!niank you. 


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Okay, hand up Flight Plan item. 


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Roger. It's UHF Test, time 06 houxs 26 minutes 55 seconds. 












Sequence 5, Remarks, if it interferes with sleep, delete it 












Do you copy? 


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over Antigua. 


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HOUSTON 

a';mini-5, Gemini -5, H^.^uston CAP COM. Over. 
Gemini -5, Gemini-5, Houston CAF COM. Over. 
Go sihead , Houston CAP COM, Ge!iiini-5. 
Roger. You're looking good here on the ground. We 
have a niJEber of thinga to pass up to you now and if 
you can copy theia dovn we ' 11 tr\' and be quiet the rest 
of the way. First, we'd like you to place your reentry 
C-band to C0NTINl.'0U3. 
07 l6 27 P Roger. C-band CONTI rrJ0U3 . 

07 l6 27 i+6 CC Rog. Now T have suire updates oa your PlA's if you're 

ready to copy. 
07 i6 27 Pl P Roger. A r.arrtent. 



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07 16 27 5^ CC Okay. 

07 l6 28 OL P Ohay, we're ready. 

07 l6 28 03 CC Roger, Area 122-1, lit: 02: 24, RET kOQK is 12 plus 58, 

l8 plus 17. Roll left 53, roll rif:ht 67. Area 123-^*, 
l6:i+7:'38, 15 plus 50, 20 plus 5"'. Roil left 53, roil 
right 67. Copy? 

07 l6 26 55 P Roger. Got those. 

07 l6 28 57 CC Okay, and now come gen'^ral instructions, "r^en you get 

to Carnarvon, set your event timer to 27- I say. 27 
instead of 3'-'. Copy? 

07 16 29 LO P 27 instead of 36. hcre.>-. 

07 16 29 13 CO Roger. And the weather in the recovery area is iBiprovlng- 

The forecast at present for your landing is 2000 scattered, 
10 miles. The winds 230 degrees at 10 knots, the sea about 
2 to 3 foot wr.ves. The temperature is 82 and you have 
about 5/iO coverage. 

07 16 29 ^0 P Okay . . . 

07 16 29 4l CC All right. On your mtdicai data passes wc would like to 

delete the Cfmary medical data passes on Rev II9 and 120 
and add the follow irjg if you're ready to copy. 

07 16 29 57 P Okay. Ready. 

07 i6 29 59 CC Rog. Medical data on the Pilot at the Cfinaries acquisition 

time 06:13:26. Medical dnta on the Coramand Pilot at 
Carnarvon, acquisition time 08:i+8:10. 



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Say again that Carn'irvon time, 
Roger, Carnarvon is Ofc;i+c:iO. 
Go ahead. 

Okay, In penerai your acquisition times according to 
your Flight Plan are 36 ntinutes later. In other words, 
the flight acquisition is 3S minutes iiitcr th.in you hfive 
on your F;if'ht Plan for the rest of the mission. 
07 16 3C 53 P Okay. 

07 16 30 5^ cc Okay. Elliot's got some procedures cn your retro checklist 

now. 

07 16 30 59 cc The first thiay I wont to discuss with you is proposed 

Fuel Cell test. V.7\at th'-y'd like to do is have you take 
all your load on section 2, and the purpc-se is to see if 
a section which has been down for a pretty f^ir amount of 
time c^in carry the full load before retrcfire. Now this is 
proposed to be done only for about aji hour, and then we'll 
turn it back on. How does this sound to ycu guys? 

07 16 31 ^i CC Let me go ahead and give you the procedures for it and 

then you c^in continue to think about it, because you've 
got awhile before it should be done. Are you reading me, 
Gemini-5? 

07 16 31 52 P Roger, we're reading you. 

07 16 31 5'+ CC Okay. The procedures would be as follows; Time day 8, 

08; 13 J purge both fuel cells. Would you put your reentry 
C-band on, please. 



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07 i6 32 21 CC Would ycru put yn-ur reentry C-band on CONTINUOUS please, 

Gemini -5 . 
Qr( 16 32 25 P It is. 

07 16 32 26 CC Okay, l^e nt^xt item is *-:06:t'7> section 1, power switch 

OFF. tic do not want you to shut down the prijnary coolant 
Loop. Repeat. IXj not shut down the priraary coolant 
loop. At time of day 8, 09:'77, section 1 power switch ON, 
During this period you should be carrying about 32 amps, 
which we think will brin^: you dav.Ti to about a 23-volt 
main bus voltage. How does this sound to you? You can 
be thinlcing about it, and as far as I'm concerned if ycaa 
have ajiy strong objections, it's up to you whether you do 
it or net. We would like very much to do it if it's okny 
with you £"ays. Now Ses Lab 2 is standinp by and they're 
ready to talk tc you at this time. 
Okay. 

You can no ahead and call them. 
Hello^ Sea Lab, Gt.niini-5 here. 

Rofjer, Sea Lab 2 transmitting frcsn 200 feet down. VJe're 
off Hawaii. How do you read, Ck^rdo? 
Gi.od, how you dointj., Gcott? 

I read you, Gordo. You're doing a great job. We almost 
missed you this time. We were just brought down this 
aftemoon snd the Lab would get a chance to tell you what 



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a great job that you guys are doing, llope you have a 
verj.- pleasant reentry shortly. Over. 



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your Reentry C-band is cn and youj' Adapter C-band is 










off please. 


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You want Adr.pter C-band off? 


07 16 


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On COm^M). Adapter on COMMAND and Reentry on CONTmjOU; 


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Houeton, Gfmini-5 here. 


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Houston, Geniini-5. 


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Go ahead, Gemini -5- 










CAHAHY 


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Geniini-5, this is Canary CAP COM. Cinfirm that the 



Reentry C-band Beacon Switch is in the CCifTlNUOUE pocition. 
Adapter C-band Beacon Gwitch in the CCMM,\ND position. 
07 l6 39 03 C Okay. We just put the- Adapter to COfiM/iiiro smd the Reent;^ 

C-band is in CONTIIiUOUG . 



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Ro£:;er. TlianX you. 

Didn't quite get from Houston which way they wanted 
the Adapter when we left them at LOS. 
Roger. Biat's about what we thought. 

Thf^y would also like t have you place the Antenna Select 
owitch to the Reentry position. 
«jid . , . fuel coll . 

Say again, Gemni-^. I piiess I cut in on you. 

Koger. I said would you tell Houston that we'll do 

the fuel ceil test if we like the voltage that we get when 

we shrat the other fuel cell down. 

i\oger. Understand. 

Roger. Goffllni-p, Fiipht conoixrs. 

Okay. 

Roger, Would you place' Lhe /■J^.tenna Select Sv,'itch to the 
REKNTiTf position please. 
Et's in REENTRY now. 
Okay. Real good. 

Okay, Gt>iEini-5, You're looking real good from the groiind 
here. We have nothing else for you. We're standing by. 
Eager. We're GO up here. 

GeBiini-5. This is Canary CAP COM. A reminder from 
Flight. The con^uter should bo off during the fuel cell 
test. The computer should be off during the fuel ceil 
test. Do you copy? 



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This is Gemini-^. Go ahead, Carnarvon. 






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Roger. I have a Flight Plan update when you're prepared 












to copy. 










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Ready to copy. 








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Title Map. 09:21 Remarks, 132.8 degrees left. 














Rev 118. Next item. Star. Same time, 09:21:3li. 














Remarks, ripht ascension 22 hours 59 minutes. Do you 












copy? 




07 


17 


it) 


Hi 




Roger, copy. 




07 


17 


ID 






That's it. You're looking good down here. 




07 


17 


XD 


lit; 


C 


We're GO up here. 




07 18 




xo 


L 


Houston CAP CCW, Gf-mini-'^. 




07 


18 


00 


13 


CC 


Gemini-5> Houstun GAP COM. Everything looks good on 


the 












ground. You've got about Ik h^urs and 27 Gvinutes to 


retro 












We recommend beginninf^ stowage and are standing by. 


Go 












ahead. 




07 


18 


00 


2k 


P 


Roger. We have a question for you. 




07 


18 


00 


27 


CC 


Go ahead. 




07 18 


00 


28 


P 


Has anybody thought of what is the effect of the RCS 


probe 












on the scanners? 




07 


18 


00 


36. 


CC 


Stand by. 





Fatje 76: 



07 i8 CC ^jre you wonder Inr "sbcut ucing Ihvm for pl.-tfonn alLnemcnt. 

Pete? 

07 18 00 47 r Afi'imatlvo. 

07 Lo 00 '+9 CC We'll check trnt one .-ut. for ycu. 
07 18 00 'S- P Okyy. 

07 18 01 00 C'J Grminj , ll-.'-urt;,:n, ' ve g<;t an updite on your F;irlit p] -m 

if ynu var;t "^o ."""':y it now -.-r c<iri ji^iSr. it to you in 
C irn-^rv^ n. A.-.d w. ' re ch-ckinf.' ihf- thrustcrs -Jid the 
iciu^nvrs ou*. f ;r you. 

'.^7 id 01 ii 0 '..>:'rc rcrd./ t > e yy. 

07 Hi 01 1'. ck-y. C'tninr ■•ip. 

O? io 01 CC Okr-y , i'- I' . ij-y (>, iO n .U'-s '-'7 mlnuiitE. l'-)v;er ul: 'jhi-ck]::. 

vith rp.f cP im-fr . ti- ryr. ij on ucf -'re c iiir u'.er t n . St;'rt 

Prrrciro Chc;-k_i Let. . C 'oy? 
07 18 02 0> P Okay. ',v;:;y;rY, wcr ■.:-k j : si , r^ate /-j'ris in bt f ore 

c ■rr.nii t f ■ r . 
07 !8 0? 10 CC Kirh:.. 

07 10 O" Iri (;C Okay. b u ycu ret Li.^C. i. Lm. ? Tli-c. was 1(_ : "/ arid Cx") cn 

the r - e r, i^^. . 
H r ... 

07 18 iK ■ '/ Okoy. /C. 11 tKiin-G a na:ii;l- 'Xi i-cr. .nCs . (./i-*' r'f,-wer Cwlt::h 

Lr'Fc HTt;v;i;> ^na -n^ ice rmr r:^ t. ^ n^^ . "jH' n 'uine nlat- 



Page 762 



07 18 02 51 ? Okay. 06:11:00. Power switch OFF. ... and activate 

RCS and aiine platform with FKS. 

07 18 03 Oh CC Rijdit. That was 11 hcnirs. It's day 8, 11 hoxirs. Okay. 

At day 8, 11 hours 26 minutes 00 seconds, which is 
approxinately Tj. minus 1 hour. RCS Power switches OFF. 
Evaluate OA>E in Direct. ITiat's to check it out as 
thoroughly &s you can. Tell whatever you can at this 
point about its operation, whether it's just blasting 
it out pretty good in Direct, we're cleared out or 
whether we're esst-ntially out of fuel. When completed, 
fire the OP^Kj regulator squib, complete Preretro Checklist, 
^jid RCii switches wrll h^ive to come back on, of course, 
because you'll be pretty close to beinf? out of OA>E, 

07 18 Oh 17 P Okay. 'We got it. Go ahead. 

07 18 Ok 19 CC Okay. And at day 3, 12 hours--3tand by a minute. 

07 18 01+ ^8 CC Pete. On the last Carnarvon pass before retrofire, which 

will be a time of 11 hours S7 minutes, report Preretro 
Checklist complete and continue nominal Flight Flan. Do , 
you copy? 

07 18 Ob 27 P That's affinr.. 

07 18 05 33 CC That's all we have. We're standing by. 

07 18 05 37 P Okay. Well give us a reading on the scanners, which as I 

see, we have a night retrofire. Is thr^t correct? 
07 18 05 CC Ti)at's affirmative. 



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07 


18 


05 45 


p 


And we v;ill not heve a countdovn from Hawaii. Is that 












correct? 


07 


18 


05 




CC 


We plan that you w:!li have a countdown frcan Hawaii. 


07 


18 


OS 


57 


p 


We have that much £u;quisition tijne with them on Orbit 121, 












huh? I mean 120, huh? 


07 


Q 

iO 


06 


03 

-* 


CG 


That's correct. 


07 


18 


06 


05 


CC 


Rog. Acauisition at Hawaii on .Hev itO is it^rc'jrc^c^'. 


07 




06 




P 


And when do we .lose thens? 


07 


-1 0 


06 




CC 


Okay. iiOS is l^.' : JO t '^7 . 


07 


18 


06 


23 


p 


Okay. ... we'll make out pretty well on thfet. 


07 


18 


06 


30 


CC 


Rog. They ought to be able to get your IVI's and attitudes 












End everything. 


07 


18 


06 


3i^ 


p 


Okay. Very good. I^xta if you can answer the questions on 












what the RCS will do to the scanners, we're very happy. 


07 


1 n 

18 


06 


lf2 


CC 


•fc* -frill "L 1 • i_ J J • i_ -A , t- 0 , . ^^^^ -- ■ 

Okay. We'll chr-ck it and get it to you at Ciirnarvon. 


07 


18 


06 i47 


CC 


We'll get some info cn that to you as quickly as we cnn. 


07 


18 


06 


51 


p 


Okay, 


07 


18 


06 


5^ 


p 


Incidentally, as a matter of information, our CAMS propeiias 












gage has blown on down to below zero. 


07 


18 


07 Oi* 


CC 


The O/JC quantity gage? 


07 


18 


07 06 


p 


Yes , the prop quantity gaf:e . . . 


07 


18 


07 


08 


CC 


Roger . 


07 


18 


07 


13 


CC 


It's no prcblem if in this exercisinp you just run it on 












out of fuel. 


07 


18 


07 


19 


p 


Fine . 



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a MCl<.jt;:l A. ^ JSJ U wLij J UlD ullu cLwCr wU.i ^.xuv uivc^x. cXL/'-'Uw 












^ aIL/uI O ^ F^.w y WllxL-Xl no->.j yk^^ c^iU. " llwUlO oxcrc^a 




1ft 


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oh. 




nd.& uilcLW '-t liUtUL £> bit. 




XSj 








V/ ^ I iX -1 « ill • 


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on 






07 


18 


16 


29 


C 


Fine. 


07 


18 


l6 


31 


CC 


Roger. Surgeon out. 


07 


i8 


17 


Oi 


cc 


Gemini-^', we're showing y.-U in the (Quantity Bead to the 












EDG Og position. Was there a reason for that or not? 


07 


18 


17 


10 


c 


Roger, Flight. 


07 


18 


17 


12 


cc 


All right. Ho>i's it iook up there? 


07 


i8 


17 


16 


c 


Fine. 












CABNARVON 


07 


18 


49 


10 


cc 


Gemini-5» Carnarvon. We have a good oral temp; stand 



by for Surgeon. 



Page 765 



07 18 




16 


CC 


GGBiini-5t Carnarvon Surgeon standing by for your first 










blood pressxire. 


07 i8 


Ug 


19 


C 


Roger . 


07 18 




30 


CC 


Cuff IS full scale. 


07 18 


1+9 


35 


CC 


Would you place yoair v^uantity Read Svitch to Fuel Ceil 










and leave it there for remainder cf mission. 


07 18 




06 


CC 


We have your blood pressure, standing by for exercise 










on your mark. 


07 18 


50 


15 


c 


2 , 1 , mark . 


07 16 


50 


47 


c 


End of exercise. 


07 18 


50 


59 


CC 


Cuff is full scalt. 


07 18 


51 


25 


CC 


We have your blood pressure. Standing, by for food, water 










and 2k hour sleep reports. 


07 i3 


51 


31 


c 


Roger. I've had 57 pounds k ounces of water, 08:07:00:00, 










Had meal 5C. I've had 2 hours of sleep just recently, 










very sound. 


07 18 


51 


51 


CC 


Very good. How are you feeling in general at this time? 


07 l8 


51 


55 


c 


Fine. 


07 i8 


51 


57 


CC 


Thank you, Gordo, and if you're feeling as good as you 










looh on the ground, you're in good shape. Carnarvon 










Surgeon out. 


07 i8 


P2 


02 


c 


Thank you. 



07 18 52 05 CC Geinini-5, Carnarvon CAP CC*l. Flight advises that for y.^r 

QAKi thruster check at 11 hours 26 minutes to use attitude 
thi-usters only. Do not use maneuver tiirusters. 



Page 766 



07 18 


52 


23 


C 


Roger . 


07 18 


53 


29 


CC 


Geiiuni-5, Caxnaxvon- Flight advises on this RCS ... 










affect on scanner, there shcfuid be no affect. He said 










that they run te^ts on the GT-3 and found no problem. 


07 18 


53 


h3 


C 


Okay, mighty fine. Tliank you. 
















ss 


CC 


Gemini-5, Giiaymas CAP COM. Turn your T/M Control Switch 










to REA.L TIME & AC^^;-AID position. 


07 L9 


27 


O'i 


c 


Roger • 




27 


28 


CC 


Gemini-"?, Ouaymas CAP COM. Turn your T/M Control Switch 










to REAL TIME & ACQ- AID position. 




97 


J'* 


c 


Roger. Guaymas CAP COM, It is there now. Do you read us? 




?7 


3y 




RriCPT" Rend vou loud and clear. 


n7 1 Q 


t- 1 


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CY7 1 Q 
V 1 A 7 


07 




TP 


Hriw ' vol 1 dninfr^ 


<}( 


07 




rr 


"HriW vrvii all Ari'\Y\Cf "thpT^P*? 


07 L9 


27 


55 


p 


Just fine. 


07 19 


27 


56 


CC 


Okay, we're showing you real good here on the ground. 


07 19 


28 


02 


c 


Roger. 


07 19 


28 


22 


p 


Guaymas, Gemini -5- 


07 19 


28 


23 


cc 


Go ahead. 


07 19 


28 


2k 


p 


Would you advise Flight that we tried the No. 2 fuel ceil, 



and at the time we had 35 amps, which gave us about 22 .9 » 
so we went br-ick on both fuel cells. 



Page 167 



07 


19 


28 


35 


CC 


Roger. Understand, 


07 


19 


28 


51 


P 


And advised tiiat they'd like to get some data off it. 












We'll be glad to go back on it for a short period of time 












if they want to look at it. 


07 


19 


28 


57 


CC 


Soger . 


















"■O 




CC 


flpmini-'i Hnii'ntnn fAP POM 


f 


19 




HQ 


c 


Go ahead, Houston CAP COM, Gcniini-5« 


07 




^0 


Ui 


CC 


RncpT* vnu * T'p Inoktnfy £Too<i on thr= around Ha_vf^ vnu 












p^i"? onu8d 9 ptir^e s incc you pciss*^*! tho Gans^rics isst. 












tiiae? 


07 




J*' 


U8 






07 


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J"' 


^7 


CP 


i-?r)P"^*T Ufifl pfs f and wmiid vni3 Dif»'>*tp rum OFF Sf*f*1*"irin 












tin 1 PnuPT ^wi t 


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1 Q 




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Cwt-ffint^ that df\tt\^ 


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l-V 










07 


19 


31 


17 


c 


22.9 volts. 


07 


19 


31 


20 


CC 


Same on the groxind. That's just about what we expect, 












Gemini . 


07 


19 


31 


26 


c 


Okay, well as soon as you get it, we're going back on both 


07 


19 


31 


29 


CC 


Okay. 


07 


19 


31 


42 


CC 


Gemini, we concur, you can bring it back ON. 



Page 768 



07 19 


31 




C 


Okay, turn it 


back 


ON. Lights got bright. 


07 19 


31 




CC 


Rog. 






07 19 


31 


52 


C 


Incidentally, 


.just 


for ycoir inronn£itlon - I 



telemetry - we're running ECS again, 
07 19 31 p8 CC Roger. Understand. 

07 19 32 22 CC Gendni, Hcfuston here. Would you place yoiir T/'M switch 

to COitiAHD please, and we'll be standijig by, 
07 19 32 29 C Roger. CCMlAND. 

BEIMJM 
Gejnini-5, Houston. 
Go ahead, Houston, Gemini-5. 
Good morning to you. 
Good iiK)min£. How are ycm? 

Fine. Would you like to have me review what the initial 
downrange needle deflections mean as far a£ the bank angle 
for you for this particular orbit, or are you pretty 
familiar with it? 
As far ae 30, 60, 90. 
Roger . 

I'm very familiar with it as fsLr as — 60 degrees is the 
nc»ainal with the footprints and 30 degrees would show 
you're beyond your footprint. A deflection of 90 degrees 
would show that you are tairgeting the thundswheeLs down 
towards the heel. 



07 19 


37 


ii 


CC 


07 19 


37 


lU 


C 


07 19 


37 


16 


CC 


07 19 


37 


18 


C 


07 19 


37 


20 


CC 



07 


19 


37 3^+ 


c 


07 


19 


37 36 


CC 


07 


19 


37 kl 


c 



Page 769 



07 19 36 03 CC Roger. What I was referring to exactly was that for your 

initial downrange deflection on your needle, if it 
deflected full scale up, it would require zero bank angle 
to get there. If it shows no downrange deflection, it's 
roughly k") degree bfjik angle; and for full downrange short, 
it requires about an initial 75 degrees bank angle. 
Okay, those are lower scale readings, right? 
Roger, and that's pretty nominal. It's just about right 
in the middle of ail the other lines on the graph. 
Right, 

Retro time still l.^:37--12:27:39? 
That ' s affirmative . 
Okay. 

Geinini-5, this is Surgeon, Good moraing, Gordo. 
How are you? 

I would like to check with you. According to the records 
here you both have had somr sleep during the night. How 
do you feel about any aid here as far as coming in for 
fatigue? 

Make a house call. 
Yes, could I do that? 
... up , 

Say, incidentally, Trudy asked me to tell you Happy 
/Jiniversary this morning. 



07 19 36 


35 


C 


07 19 38 


38 


CC 


07 19 38 


h3 


C 


07 19 38 


53 


C 


07 19 39 


00 


CC 


07 19 39 


02 


C 


07 19 


15 


CC 


07 19 ho 


19 


c 


07 19 ho 


22 


CC 



07 19 ^+0 


3h 


C 


07 19 ho 


35 


CC 


07 19 ^0 


39 


C 


07 19 ho 


h2 


CC 



Page 770 



07 19 


ho 


h8 


C 


Will you return the wishes tc her? 


07 Ih 


ho 


51 


CC 


V7ill do. 










^^J^J'Lr^ A J. 




h9 


08 


GC 


wt::iRi.Zli — y J Uil-i. £1 -LJa ^cirjcLry \^t\r v.^vJrl* ijVerytn.ing J.OO-KS OK8.y 










on the ground herej we have nothing for -you this pass. 


07 L9 


h9 


15 


P 


Roger. We're GO up here. 


07 19 


k9 


17 


CC 


Roger . 


07 19 


h9 


22 


c 


You can report to Flight that we've .just completed our 










stowage and we're putting our helmets on and strapping 










down at this tiine. 


07 19 


h9 


29 


CC 


Roger. Understand. Copy, Flight? 










CkSHABVOH 


07 20 


2k 


15 


CC 


Geffiini-5, Carnarvon CAP COM. You look good on the telera^ 










we're standing by. 


07 20 


2k 


20 


c 


Roger, Carnarvon, we're ... 


07 20 


29 


01 


CC 


Have you blown RCS? 


07 20 


29 


05 


p 


That's affirmative, Carnarvon. 










CUA.YMAS 


07 21 


00 


17 


CC 


Gemini-5, Guaymas CAP COM, 


07 21 


00 


19 


c 


Go ahead, Guaymas, Gemini-p. 


07 21 


00 


22 


CC 


Okay. We show you GO here on the ground; how do you do? 


07 21 


00 


2h 


c 


Roger. We're GO here. Everything's just peachy-keen. 


07 21 


00 


27 


CC 


Okay. 



ONRDf' 



Page 771 



07 0'\ 
SJ ( C.L 


(\r\ 






Hice to have a control systera. again. 


\J 1 CLi. 




J*: 




X imagine i^t Is. 




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p 


Day J vrusyinafi . 




UU 






Go , boy . 


07 PI 


w 


liS 
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p 












you on une gpounu.. 


U f eLx. 


LaJ 


kO 




Okay, Peter. 


OA 

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/TTS 


30 


n 


I es 9 xfiaiiK aix une people tnere i or aii &ne iine jOD tiney 










all diQ. 


U f dl. 


UU 




Lt. 


We sure will. I think you all have done a real great job. 


/^I O i 






L. 


'Hiank you. We couldn't have done it without you folks. 


AT Ol 

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vJO 




ixive me your stauus on T.naii ukpsd at ^ms &inie. wnau axe 










you aomg witn ±ij 


VJ ( ell. 


Vji- 






we re in ra^*^ . mc u/Jt is poopeu. ouc 


{ C-i. 




it 




uKayj uiu you run unat v^aho cnecK: 


07 21 


01 


19 


r 


We didn't have enotigh OAMS system left to run it. We 










tried, a little bit sxid if you'll stand by, I'll go ahead 










and blow the stick Just to see if I can hear it, but we're 










in HC5. 


07 2i 


01 


29 


CC 


Okay, 


07 21 


01 


38 


P 


No, I blew the stick but I couldn't hear it. 


07 21 


01 




CC 


Okay, very good. 


07 21 


01 


it6 


CC 


I'm not showing any OA>E lights at all on my console. 



c 



lUC 



Page 772 



07 21 02 08 C Our whole OAKS system is pretty well shot, there aren't 

many thrusters left, and those that are left are pretty 
c ruddy. 



\J ( €l L 


no 

yJC. 






iwjger. Lrot tnax. 


fYT Ol 


\jd. 


10 




We're also indicating below zero on the quantity gage, 










so I expect everything's in pretty bad shape, generally 


CV7 Q1 


no 


oc; 




Roger . 


W ( d.L 




30 




we re ail set witn the piatiorm ail axinea, and all rea< 










to fly around once more and follow along. 






lit; 




Here we go . 


07 21 


02 




P 


And we even get everything stowed. 


KJ ( cil 


02 


52 


cc 


Now you're talking of a real acccai5)lishiBent. 


07 21 


02 


9^ 


c 


Yes, it is, but we started 12 hours ago. 


07 21 


03 


12 


cc 


Your RCS seems to be holding real well. 


07 21 


03 


15 


c 


Yes, it's a real fine systeK. 


07 21 


03 


20 


p 


We're using Ring A and we'll use it all the way around. 


07 21 


03 


23 


cc 


Say again. 


07 21 


03 


25 


p 


I say, we're using itlng; A and we'll use it ail the way 










aroimd for the alinement. 


07 21 


03 


29 


cc 


Roger . 


07 21 


03 


32 


c 


We'll also start our — we'll use two rir^s for retrofire 



then we'll use Ring A for reentry until we need to bring on 
the other ring if we run out or need additional damping. 
07 21 03 ^+5 CC Roger, Copy that. 



Pa^e 773 



TEXAS 



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up 


PJ- 








up 


>> J 






07 21 


05 


57 


■ s/-^ 

uC 


Very good. We' re goin^ "to be sending your cosiput-er load* 










we wsjit to coni irHi xnsu you vc gox T*iie contpuT-er on sjiq. 1 1 










in Preiaunch. 










I 9 Vjli ^ 4- ^ -i- ClUi lv_ 11 CU IUl t Cli • ■ * X J. (f^i V vJI I * 


A'7 0 1 
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Uf 




^Jjtay f Vex y |<Ov/tl • X v c1-L oO v y OVLX wciv.-A.U-P iut; v^xull • 










Axe you reaoy to copy itx 


07 




Itf 


c 


Wait one. 


0/ 2i 


Ob 


ip 


Of 

CI. 


uKay. iirfTi oi retroiire aw liiiicf.jc. ixiue t#o tvAjjijiAi* is 










lu plus lo. ijue to reverse Dajm ly pius id^, roii icit 










5j, roll ngnt uf. 


07 21 


06 


40 


c 


Roger ... again. Can you give us those again? 


07 21 


06 




CC 


Gemini-?! Houston, Say again » please. 


07 21 


06 


50 


c 


Roger. I wasn't quite reaxiy to copy. Can you give us 










those again? 


07 21 


06 


53 


CC 


All set now? 


07 21 


06 


55 


c 


Right. 


07 21 


06 


58 


CC 


itoger. CMT of retrofire is 1£:?7:38. Tiiae to reverse 



bank, the time to U00,000 feet» Ik plus l8. Time to reverse, 
19 pius 25. Bank left 53, bank right 67. 
07 21 07 29 P Copy. 



CONFIOFNTiAL 



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07 




cc 



Roger. Your altimeter setting for the reccfvery area 
is 30.10. 

\ 

\ 

Gemini -5, Houston again. 
Go ahead. 

Be advised that by some calculations your water tanX for 
your fuel cells is approaching the full point, and if you 
get a Delta P lights we advise you not to worry about it, 
because we've run some tests that indicate that there's 
plenty of time .on the order of 20 hours after you run the 
tank full that the fuel ceil will still operate properly. 



07 21 


08 


18 


C 


Roger. So, no sweat. 




07 21 


08 


21 


CC 


Catay. 




07 21 


08 


29 


C 


Those fuel cells have done 


very well, haven't they? 


07 21 


06 


32 


CC 


Ihey sure have. We've run 


all kinds of tests on them. 










haven't we? 




07 21 


oa 


36 


c 


Yes, we have'. 




07 21 


06 


39 


p 


Listen, on the OAMS system. 


It was just so sick that 



was no sense working with it. I got the information down 
what was coupling into what, so you can figure which thrusters 
were bad. 
07 21 08 U9 cc Roger. 

07 21 08 51 P And I blew the squib and couldn't hear it, but I did pulse 

the regulator and it worked. 
07 21 08 56 cc 0ksy» very good. You have a good DCS load for 121-1 and a 

good Tf{ time. 

CONFIDENTiAL 



CONFiDENTIAL 



Bage 775 



07 21 09 05 P Roger. We'll put the Computer to KEENTRY at this time. 

07 21 09 08 CC Roger. 

07 21 09 25 CC Geniiiii-5, this is Surgeon. I want to check again for sure 

that we're in agreement that we will not use Item B. 
Is that affirm? 

07 21 09 36 C Tell them we took one for the road. 

07 21 09 40 CC One for the road. Okay. Gordo, I want to coanfirm again 

this blood pressure for Pete's use on reentry. We've 
checked the times here, and we see that the only time that 
we'll be over a site where we could get any blood pressure 
prior to the time that you're on the water would be over 
Ouaymas, Pete. This will be between 12:35 and 12:140 over 
Quaymss. That would be after retro over Guayaias, so if 
you can get one blood pressure at ttiat time, then get the 
progranmer in as socai as you're on the water, and be 
prepared to switch it back and forth then. The other item 
is in postlanding; remember that If yoQ. do have any syaptcaae 
at all after bridling of the chute or on the water, be sure 
and puB^ those calves and get your feet elevated, slide 
down so that your feet are above your head. 

07 21 10 P I've got the blood pressure roll installed and I have 'Uie 

prograniaer in my pocket. All I have to do is put it on 
and pufflp up the blood prcssiire, and it goes on the recorder. 

07 21 10 53 CC Hog, correct. 



UJi^r)Dtrni^;i 

Page 776 



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07 21 


11 


12 


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07 7\ 


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lU 




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(Y? 01 


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jjiu you see tnax W6 re dJir; 


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y iTrf i-00£^ i-jjKC you. re aoQuT^ J Qe^rees 01 1 in y^iw • 




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1 1 

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p 


• • « 


07 ?1 


11 


J-- 


CP 


Mri'^t lij^Vi' }^#=*#»n tViP *niTi an^l r 


07 21 


11 


J t 


r 


ti/hnt it Wfl*^ 


07 21 


11 




CC 


Did Dave Scott mention to ycai the fact that you're goin^; to 










have a lighted horizon at i<O0,000 feet on your reentry? 


07 21 


11 


52 


c 


That we're going to have what? 


07 21 


11 


56 


cc 


Just about as you get to 400,000 feet you should have a 










lighted horizon. 


07 27 


12 


01 


c 


Roger . 










BERMUm 


07 21 


12 


28 


cc 


GemLni-5, Houston again. 


07 21 


L2 


30 


c 


Go ahead. 


07 21 


12 


32 


cc 


The ships that will be in your landing area will be the 



"Lake Champlain" and two destroyers, the "Dupcnt" and 
the "Waldren". "Hie comniander in charge of airborne 



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operations' call sign will be Airborne, and the 
helicopters will be called Recovery 1 and 2, and 
Search 1, 2, and 3. 



07 21 


12 


59 


c 


Okay. 


07 21 


13 


00 




And. as you re coinxng on uownj ± ix give you tne caj-i. sign 










oi tne CLOSeSv one lo you ana wno you suouia try to contact 


07 21 


13 


07 


c 


Roger. 


07 21 


13 


12 


P 


wnat, s trie caiJ. sign oi ii&£e Lnainpiain i 


07 21 


13 


15 


cc 


Caii Sign IS aignii itawit^ out x T^nxruv xx oc jreicrreu uo 










as the Lake ChaBiplain . 


07 21 


13 


2k 


p 


Okay, we Just wanted to call her to get a Charlie time and 










a Fox Coi^en. 


07 21 


13 


29 


cc 


Roger. Do you still remeinber those paddle signals for 










coming aboard? 


07 21 


13 


36 


p 


Ycfu betcha! 


07 21 


13 


h3 


c 


... Pete's goin^ to coach me. 


07 21 


13 


1*6 


cc 


Say again. 


07 21 


13 


k6 


c 


Tell ... that Pete's f'oing to coach me. 


07 21 


13 


55 


cc 


Listen, I don't know how you log time like that. 


07 21 


13 


59 


c 


» « ■ 



07 21 Ik 06 cc Gemini-5, Hoiucton here. Be advised since you've changed 

microphones, you're pretty difficult to read. It would be 
better if you talked a little bit slower. 

07 21 Ik l6 C Roger. We ... headsets for the entire flight till about 

15 minutes age. 



CONFiDtNI 



Page 778 



07 21 Ik 23 CC Ukay, very good. They're a lot better. You aeesi to 

be picking up a lot of background noise wben you're 
transmitting. 

07 21 Ih 31 C Okay. 

07 21 lU 33 CC What kind of headsets are those, Gordo? 
07 21 14 37 C 

07 21 Ik kO CC Think I've heard of that before. 
07 21 Ik k2 C Roger. 

07 21 ik U5 P Houston, Gemini-5, we'd ^ike to report the Preretro 

Checklist is complete. 

07 21 Ik 49 CC Roger, understand. Preretro is cosaplete, 

07 21 15 02 C Houston, could you give us a GMT time hack, please. 

07 21 15 05 CC Roger. C*!T time hack on iny mark it will be ll:l6:00 and 

that'll be about t)0 seconds, I'd like to reiuind you again, 
Gcmini-5, that your event timer should be set up at 27 
minutes over Carnarvon rather than the 36 that was in the 
Flight Plan. 

07 21 15 kZ P H-iat's Charlie. 

07 21 15 kk CC Okay, in 15 seconds, approximately, it'll be 11:16:00. 

5 seconds, 3, 2, 1, 
07 21 16 00 Mark, Il:l6:00. 

07 21 16 04 C Roger, we're on. 

07 21 16 12 C I'll have to trade this Accutrcn in. I've had to change 

it k seconds now throughout the flight. 



CONhiDENIIAL 



Page 779 





JLD 








07 PI 


l6 




cc 


CXo-Tfi i n — S 1 f^^t" iTVf* o 1 J i rjn vrn i nn vm it* in t r* Tr^T^h *^ a r^o i n 

VlTrj.!l-4-AJ -i~ j/ ^ A-\Z >^ lilt. ^cLUl«^Vv'ii ^ WU uLl V^UX ULJ. W X. ^ C>rjO- XII* 




















Wt: ilU u oU ildv t, a 4.U u± \* LlOtr ^ o v V ij UO V c 












VJ ( ti- 


\f, 

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HQ 




T"f* "ic T*l~*4 Tr^^ii TTii"^ "i'V* o ^*£i/^ q 4" o /^ i^un *? 

it* 16* Jjj-U. you. pui> Lxi^ x5Lcepx<Lt^ wn ; 


0*7 PI 
Vy f 












i6 




rr 




07 PI 






p 


Kow T cmiTiH tijtw u i 1"Vi "t"Vi** "Pfip**Til nt"*^ j^f^wn' 


(Y7 PI 


1 7 


m 






U f eL\- 




uc 






07 21 


17 


05 


n 

r 


Okay. 


Of 21 


17 


1 ii 

1h 




It iooics like wc' LX liave ftdccruatc covers^gc across the 










oTiaTies so wnai we sncTuXu. oe aoie lio provicie you youx 










backup guidance qtissntitics before you go into bl&ckout. 


U { c.i- 


1 7 


p^ 




very ^ucxz. 




iO 


ok 


P 


xiQusbon^ vjtiHiji i • ^ * 


07 21 


18 


06 


CC 


Go ahead. 


07 21 


18 


08 


p 


Where would you like the No, 1 Bio-Med Recorder put on. 










what time? 


07 21 


18 


Ik 


cc 


Ri^t now would be a good time, right now. Did you get 










that, Gemini -5? 


07 21 


18 


21 


p 


I say, what time would you like the Bio-Med No, 1 Recorder 



on? It is not on the checklist. 



CONFiDhNTlAL 



Page T8o 



07 21 l8 29 CC Roger. Put it on now. Put it on now. 
07 21 i8 32 P Roger. 

07 21 18 33 CC We're just coming up on LOS now. 

CMiAK£ ISLANDS 
07 21 23 29 CC Gemini-5, this is Canary CAP CCW, 
07 21 25 34 C Go ahead, Canary CAP COM, Geiiuni-5. 

07 21 23 37 CC Roger. VVe would like to confirm that bio-raed recorder 

No. 1 is GFF. 
07 21 23 P Rocer. It's OFF. 

07 21 23 U7 CC Okfiy, ai\d what computer mode are you in? 
07 21 23 51 C Reentry. 

07 21 2k 09 CC Flight would like me to get another reading on the bio- 

med tape recorder No. 1 status. 
07 21 2U 16 C Roger. It is ON, No. 1 and 2 ai'e both ON, 

07 21 2k 21 CC Roger. I copy No. 1, 2 both ON. 

07 21 2k CC Gcmlni-5, we'll give you a time hack on 1^ at 1 hour. That 

will be 60 mlnates. 

07 21 26 36 CC Gcmini-5, Canary CAP COM. I'll fiive you a time h&ck on in 

roughly 1 minute. 
07 21 26 kk P Geittini-5, Roger. 

07 21 27 36 CC 3, 2, 1, Tnark. You're 60 minutes. 

07 21 27 kk F Roger. It's rif^t on the button. 6C:J0. 

07 21 27 kQ CC Roger. We'll have LOLi in about 30 seconds. Bveryboc^ 

here at Canary Islands would liko to extend their congratulations, 



Page T8i 



07 


21 


27 


56 


P 


Thank you very much. We'd like to say the same to you 












for your wonderful help. 


07 


21 


28 


00 


CC 


Eoger. Our pleasure. 


07 


21 


28 


02 


P 


See you in Houston. 


07 


21 


28 


Oi^ 


CC 


Roger. 












CAkN/^.RVON 


07 


21 


57 




CC 


Gtemini-":, Carnarvon CAP CC*!. 


07 


21 


57 


it8 


p 


Go ahead, Carnrirvon, Gtmini-5 here. 


07 21 


57 


50 


CC 


Roger. I'm going to updnto you with a new preretro load 












and a nfw Tf^ time. I've also got the backup guidance 












quantity. >je you prepared to copy? 


07 


21 


58 


03 


p 


Ready to copy. 


07 


21 


58 


08 


CC 


Transff-ittinp: your T^. 


07 


21 


58 


19 


CC 


You got a Tj^, you're in sync, trjinEinltting your load. 


07 


21 


58 


23 


p 


Wait a minute. It's not transmitted y^'t. 


07 


21 


58 


2k 


CC 


I'll transmit the Load. 


07 


21 


58 


28 


p 


Okay , go ahead . 


07 


21 


58 


31 


CC 


Roger. I got a hack-- let me give you the backup Guidance 












quantity preview and then we'll check a ccuple of the con 












in the MDIU, 


07 


21 


58 


kk 


p 


Read it. 


07 


2L 


58 




CC 


Roger. 


07 


21 


56 


kb 


CC 


GMTRC, 12::^?: 53; KrJT hOOY., 1^ plus 12; RLTRB ly plus PS; 



bank left ';3, bank right, go ri^ht 67- Copy? 



Page 7B2 



07 2L 59 21 


P 


Copy. 






07 21 59 22 


CC 


Roger. Ciiay , let s cnecK core . uj. 






07 21 59 35 


0 
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ROT 00 






07 21 59 


cc 


Roger. ijttUKi Dy on^^, UKay , reau out* core xvj. 






07 22 00 03 


p 


02955. 






07 i.'2 00 06 


CC 


Roger. You've got it. 






07 22 00 og 


p 


Good.. Good.. 






07 22 00 10 


cc 


I'll give you event timer countdown time hack 


at 


d ,' FtinUT. t S 






00 seconds. 






07 22 00 21 


cc 


... about 20 seccncis. 






07 22 00 3^+ 


cc 


lu seconcs . ^, :5j i-* 






07 22 00 43 


cc 


MarK. 






07 22 00 U6 


p 


Got it. 






07 22 00 U7 


cc 


Okay, I il rive you UKl time nacK at i-i nours 




iDinUoe in 






about 5 S'.-Ccnds. 






07 22 00 58 


F 


Rog. 






07 22 00 59 


CC 


2, 1, 






07 22 01 00 


cc 


Mark. 






07 22 Oi 03 


p 


Okay, we're right on. V^rifj' the computer is 


in 


Reentry . 


07 22 01 09 




Rjger. 






07 ^2 01 17 


p 


1 don't quite understand wiiy ± didn't yet a DCS 


light on 






eith'jr of the T|^'s, but 1 gui cs it went in. 






0^ .'2 Oi 


cc 


Roger. v;e ret the maps back. And those core 


readouts you 



gave me check out with ray ET mcEsa^^;^ 



Page 783 



07 




CJ 


30 


p 


Give me 


a T;^ at 2b 




07 




01 


33 


cc 


Roper . 


10 seconds 


to go 


07 


22 


Oi 




cc 


^ > • » J ) 






07 




01. 




cc 


Mnrk. 






07 


22 


Oi 




cc 


Did you 


>7it It? 




07 


22 


Oi 




i' 


Okay , wc 




on the 



very much. We appr-.-ci; t*:' ail youi- htlp rmd v/e' Li see 
you back in H-:;ust"n una ^-.y h-iio to evtiryb'-'dy . 
07 22 01 Vj CC Roger. Will do. 

CANTON 

07 22 18 Oh cc Gemini-0, GtmlnL-5, Hcust-n hrre;. Ct-uidLng by. 
07 22 19 36 CC Gcniini-V. Gemini-';, Houst-n htre. v*e're stnndinr by in 

i-sse you need anylhlnr- 
07 22 19 'yU F Houston, Gerini-'^;. Did you call? 

07 2? 19 57 CC Roger. H-.urt n here. Wf 're just standi np by in cusc yoi. 

not d t:n;/t]iinF. 
07 22 20 02 P Kcper. tvvery'Jiinp* s finf -. 

07 2'2 20 OS C J Vcr:/ g; od. Very pood. 

07 22 2:, CC Qtinini-^, h-vr,ii CAi' CCK. 

ii'l \-' -7 z' :<( '-xd yc-u i f ud ;^nd c : t ar , HlW:i:. otand.ri;;" ry, 

c.V u2 I' ;vr(:r. 



Page jSh 



07 


22 


2U 


38 


CC 


stand by. 3, 2, L, 


07 


22 


2i+ 


^+3 


cc 




07 


22 


2h 


^7 


p 


We're right on. 


07 


22 


2'^ 


U9 


cc 


Roger . 


07 


22 


2'? 


43 


cc 


f4ark. 2 ininutes. 


07 


22 


25 


^7 


p 


Roger, (^e're rlglit -on. 


07 


22 


2-6 


^+3 


cc 


Nkrk. One minute. 


07 


22 


26 


51 


p 


SEP SEP KLECTrcIC, and SEP ADAPT. 


07 


22 


26 




cc 


Roger, /UlAPTFJ^ CEP. 


Cj7 


22 


27 


08 




'Wt'll pick up the c .unL it Tj^ minus 10 


07 


£_ 


27 


11 


p 


rtoger . 


07 


22 


27 


13 


cc 


30 seconds. 


07 


22 


27 


33 


GC 


10, 9, 6, 7, 6, U, 3, 2, 1, 


07 


!r> 


27 


^+3 


cc 


Rctrof irc-l 


07 


tit- 


27 


h'^ 


cc 


Auto-manual retrofire. 


07 


22 


27 


'jO 


cc 


Rocket 3 fired. 


07 


22 


*~ i 


55 


cc 


Rocket 2 fired. 


07 




28 


00 


cc 


Rcx-'ket U fired. 


07 




28 


03 


cc 


Vf.rify all retrcs fired. 


07 


22 


28 


05 


p 


All four retros fired. 


07 




28 


08 


cc 


R..{:er. Standing by for IVI readouts. 


07 


'.lO 
c_ (- 


28 


10 


c 


269 aft. 009 left, Ibl dovm. 


07 


•JO 


28 


16 


cc 


Say agin the first. 


07 


22 


28 


17 


c 


269 aft. 010 left. 181 down. 



I ■ i ~ 1 * ; i ". ! 1\ { : ! /i 1 



Page 785 



07 22 28 32 


C 


Retropack is jettisoned. 


07 22 28 j4 


CC 


Roger. Retro-Jcttiscn. 


07 22 29 38 


cc 


How were tne sttituaes.' 


07 22 29 39 


p 


Attitudes looked pretty good. 


07 22 29 h2 


cc 


Roger . 


07 22 29 i+9 


cc 


I'll Pive you mark at 1^ plus 3 minutes. 


07 22 30 iiO 


cc 


3, 2, I, 


07 22 30 i^3 


cc 


Mark. 


07 22 30 45 


cc 


Hawaii has hQS>. 






FT. AHGUl-XLO 


07 22 33 03 


cc 


Cjomini-5, Genu-ni-p, Houbtcin. 


QTJ 22 33 2^) 


cc 


GeirLini-5, Gemini-^, Jfouston. 


07 22 23 29 


p 


Hello, Hnuston. \.r(.-mxriJL-p. Keaa you loua ana ci.tjtij: . 


07 22 33 31 


cc 


RoFtr. I'm reading you loud and clear also. I'll have 






your backup ^idanco quantities for you at about IS, 


07 22 33 58 


p 


Oh, roger. 


07 22 33 ^ 


cc 


Enjoy the view. 


07 22 33 ^3 


p 


It's dark out hcrt-l 


07 22 33 1+'^ 


cc 


Oh, th'it's rifht. 


07 22 ih 15 


cc 


Gcmini-5, Houston. Yoixr weathtr remains the same. It'i 






2000 foot scattered. Visibility 10 miles. Weather is i 






Winds are only 8 knots, 'fhe altimeter remains the same 






and tTie wave hcif'ht's only about 3 feet. 


07 22 3^ 27 


p 


Very good. 



Page 786 



07 22 3^4 h6 V Sorry I can't report a ... package but it was pitch 

black outside. 
07 22 3^* SI CC Vtliere's yooir night v'sicn? 
07 22 3^4. "jk P Vie got the lichts off like the siimilator . 

07 22 3^ 57 CC Roger, roger. 

07 22 35 l8 CC Gemini-5, you crin give us the blood pressure arrj time now. 

We've got good T/M on you. 
07 22 35 25 P One blood pressure . . . 

07 22 35 U2 CC Cuff full scale, 

07 22 3b Oi CC Ok;iy. We got a valid blood pressure there on the Pilot. 
07 22 36 05 P E.Ty again. 

07 2? 36 07 CC Your blood pressure i£ valid. Th.'ink ycu. 

07 2? 36 09 CC Ck?mini-t;, your time to i+00,000 of Ik plus 12 looks good 

from our data. 
07 22 36 18 P Very good. 

07 22 36 53 CC Gemini-L;, Hc^uston. If you've got time, you might tell 

us when you can see the light of the horizon, 

07 22 37 05 P Okay. The sun is shining on the spacecraft now, but we 

have no horizon yet. 

07 22 37 10 CC Okay. You should get the lighted horizon just slightly 

before U00,000. 

07 22 37 18 P Roger. 

07 22 38 OU P This is a very fantastic sight out herd I don't know 

what all the stuff is, I guess pieces of the retro-adapter 



Page 787 



or whatever is following aiong with us, but it's all 
lit up in the s'oniight into a compLete black void. 



07 22 


38 


19 


cc 


Roger. CcLn you see the retro-adapter back there at all? 


07 22 


38 


22 


p 


No. 


07 22 


38 


2k 


cc 


Okay. 


07 22 




32 


p 


Okay. I'm beginning to see the horizon straight below 










us. We're across the tennlnator now. 


07 22 


38 


32 


cc 


Okay. 










TEXAS 


07 22 


39 


10 


p 


Okay. We have a gcod horizon now. 


07 22 


39 


13 


cc 


Roger on the good horizon. 


07 22 


ko 


06 


p 


Okay. We Just passed White S&Jids. 


07 22 


kG 


09 


cc 


Roger. 


07 22 


ko 


15 


cc 


We should have your backup guidance quantity for you 










shortly. 


07 22 


ho 


18 


p 


Okay. 


07 22 


ko 


21 


p 




07 22 


ko 


2k 


cc 


Okay. I guess you're cleared. You know the control 










zone only goes up to about 6o,000 feet, so you're safe 










till you get down to there. 


07 22 


ko 


31 


p 


Okay. 


07 22 


kl 


12 


cc 


Gemini -5, Houston. We'll get blackout aroxind i6 plus Ik 


07 22 


kl 


22 


p 


Hoger. Understand l6 plus 1^4. 



Page 786 



07 22 kl 2b CC Roger. 

07 22 hi 26 CC GeEiiiii-';^^, Gemini-^. Houston -with your bacioip PTiidance. 
07 22 U2 00 P Go ahead. 

07 22 U2 02 CC Roil left 5*+. Hell rif?ht 68, Time to reverse bank, 

19 plus 25. 

07 22 i+2 13 P Okay, l&iderstand. Roll left 5^ and roll rl^ibt 68, 

and reverse bank 19 plus 2^. 
07 22 U2 21 CC That's /li'f irmative . You'll bt in the blackout at 

approxinicitely 1.6 plus 1^^. Out of blackout at approxinately 

21 :2C. 

07 22 k2 32 P Okay. In at I6 plus ik; out at 21 plus 20. 

07 22 ^2 37 CC Roger. 

07 £2 k2 57 CC Gemini-5, your time fcr the dro£rue chute is 22 plus 05. 

For main 23 plus 

07 22 i+3 09 P Roger, Drogue is 22 plus 05 . Main is 23 pl'-is ^Q. 

07 22 U3 Ik CC Roger. 

07 22 ^3 17 P Jtist passed the MiF-slEsippi , 

07 22 43 33 CC You're coming up on blackout now, Gemini-5. Hnve a nice 

ride. 

07 22 ^3 36 P Thank you very much. 

07 22 U5 58 CC Ge_Bilni-5, Gemini-5, Hcuston calling in the blind during 

blackout. Geiiiini-5, Houston callinp. 
07 22 U6 U5 CC Gemini-5, Geniini-5, HciUEton transmitting in the blind 

during blackout. 



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07 22 hi \k CC Gemini-5, GeiniRi-5, Hous'.on here. GAP trrijisiri tting in 

the bJind during blackout at L9 plus 37. 
07 22 kl CC Gemin^-^, G*»!rarii-5, Houston transmitting in the blind 

during blackout at 20 plus 08. 
07 22 hj ik CC Gemini-5, Ckmini-5, Houcttn transmitting in the blind 

durinf^ blackout at 2.0 plus 36. 
07 22 48 CC Geraini-5, Gemmi-5, Hc.-ustr;n here transmitting now. Do 

you read? 

07 22 ii9 09 P 

07 22 Uo 10 CC Geitdni-^-, G<-r-ini-':), H^usUn. You were urireadfble th;it 

time. Can you r'ive mc your guidance inf ornistion? 
07 22 17 P I don't thioK ve g':t s^uidancc. 

07 22 it9 2> CC Roger. Understrmd. Gominl-b, Gemini-?, Hourtan. Ciin 

you tell rac what you are flyinf? 
07 22 U9 37 P ... bank angles. 1 thinK we're a little bit Ehort, 

07 22 U9 hi CC Roger, tfnderst-ind ynu're fiyjn,*: bank anfiloE -md you i.hink 

you're a littie short. Dc' you have guidance at all? 
07 22 U9 k7 P Yes. ... We have the drogue out. 

07 22 U9 55 CC Roger on the drogue, 

07 22 50 53 CC Gemini-5, Gemini-"^. If you read, give us a call when 

you put yoiir main out. 
07 22 50 58 P ... on the drogue at . . . 1S,CXX). 

07 22 51 02 CC Roger. Understand you are still on the drogue. 



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07 22 51 39 CC Gemini-':', Gemini -5. Do you h.-ive your main out yot? 
07 22 51 50 CC Geinini-5, Gfmini-5, Houstcn. Do you have your main 

chute out yet? 

07 22 51 56 C ... on the main. We're in landing attitude. 

07 22 52 00 CC Roger. Understand your msin's out and you're in landing; 

attitude. Have a nice l.-mdinr. 
07 22 52 O^t^ ? Thank you. Do you Vsiov where we arc? 

07 22 52 08 CC It looks like you're a little up-range. We've pot some 

radar traciting from the destroyer, anc it Ic-oks like you're 
a little bit up-rcneie from hLff^, Kow do ycu f eei , 
Gemini -5? How do you feel? 

07 22 52 22 C 

(yj 22 52 2U P I feel fine, too. 

07 22 52 26 CC Ckay- Understf^nd you both feel cksy. 

07 22 52 3U CC ... this is Air Boss, 

07 22 52 36 C Gemini-? re-.ds you loud and clear. 

07 22 ':>2 U3 CC Gemini-5, Gemini -5, Hjust-:n. We'll have to st-uid by for 

a minute or two to get seme radar tracking from the recovery 
forces . 

07 22 52 53 C Okay, Gemini -5. 

07 22 53 10 CC Geniini-5 ... Air Boss. ... Air Boss. 

07 22 53 26 CC This is Air Bors. V/cuJd you Rive me a short count for a 

DF steer please? 

07 22 53 30 C Roger. GfJiiini-5, i, 2, 3, ^, 5, 5, U, 3, 1- Over. 



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07 22 53 CC Gtinini-5, this is Air Boss. Rog'er, your short count. 

07 22 5i+ 38 CC Gemini-?, this ie /Mr Boss. Would you give- me mother 

short courit? 

07 22 t>U I43 C Roper. Ckmini-!>. i , ?, i+, :> , 4, 3, :?, 1. Over. 

07 22 Gemini-^, this ir Air B. es. Air Boss re-oucsts another 

short covin t. piefaEc. Lyr-r, 
07 22 'jlj- r>8 C Roger, Gcrranl-S. 1, 2, 3, i+, , 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Over. 

07 22 "jb 08 CC Gemini-'}, this Ir Air B- ss. Kot:er. I h-ive n pood bearing 

on you on thr-.t tr'j-.cniirsi<:in. Yrtu're bearing 275 derr'^-es 

from rae. My pctc:i U;n is 22 miles w^st the ccrrler. 

Over . 

07 22 56 ^9 CC Gemini-',', this is Air i}„rr. Dc you read mc n.jv? Cvtr. 

07 22 57 07 CC Gf^mini-5, Air 3..r.£. Are yeu rcr-dinf me? Ovt-r. 



07 


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ThiS is G;nin:-':i 


on X-ho wat c 


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Gemin i - 5 , Gomin 1 


-5, Mir Boi-z 


H'. w do you rf--id? 


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Air Boss, G--'mini 


-"^ ... ovtr . 




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Hello, Air br.-t-s>. 


Hfrilr , Air 


B''Ee , Gen In i - 5 h"re 












1, 2, 3, ^, 5 


, , 2 , 1 


Dtj you read? 


07 


23 


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CC 


This is Air Tk.niS 


, roper. 




07 


23 


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27 


CC 


G*.!rrJ.ni-5 , G'jnini 


-5. Air Bi.sn 


Over. 


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CC 


Gtmini-^s this i 


s Air B"'f.s. 


Ovc:r . 


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Gemini -5 , &■ mi n 1 


-5, 2ir Boss 


Ovtir. 



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07 23 19 CC Gcmini-'i, Geinini-5, this is Air Boes. D-.; you read? 

07 23 26 36 CC Gemini -■>, Air B^ es. 

07 23 3^ 10 CZ Gemini-S, this is Air E 'SC . If you cnn read, h( ius have 

you in sit^hL and ttuy'Il be there in a couple minut-ts. 

07 23 36 kO CC Gemini-^, if y-u cmji re.-;d, Uils is Air Bess. Have helos 

in sight and Ihcy'ii be alcng :xny cuvmrnt, 

07 23 36 ^ CC GeiDini-[7, this is Air B^ts. I Heard i> sfter my IriSt 

transmission. If you rtL.d nie wcuid you fiivt; two ...