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National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration 



Lyndon B, Johnson Space Center 

Houston. Texas 77058 



Shuttle Mission 51-A 
EVA Transcripts 
November 12 and 14, 1984 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01* 34 i 31 11/12/84 PAGE 1 



SPACECRAFT - docking at elevon hundred. 

CAPCOH That's affirm- And leaving the FSS is 2 thousand, 

20 seconds to LOS. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I did copy the first part of the last 
(garble). 

CAPCOM Okay. The other red line is leaving the FSS. 

That's 2 thousand , 2000. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I got that one. Thank you. 
SPACECRAFT How do you like that Joe. 

SPACECRAFT That is wonderful. I'm ready to go into it Dale, 
(garble). I'm clear of the - 

PAO Mission Control Houston. We have loss of signal 

through the tracking data relay satellite. The EVA crewman Allen 
and Gardner are actually several minutes ahead on the timeline. 
Gardner has already prepared the manipulator foot restraint; set 
up the tool carrier. Joe Allen has moved to and checked out the 
HMU thoroughly a long list of checklist of items. The topped off 
the gaseous hydrogen pressure which is actually the propellant in 
the HMU and Joe Allen getting into the manned maneuvering unit 
now with the assistance of Dale Gardner. (Garble) officer 
reports that they're very close to the expected propellant usage 
and from every indication they are now stationkeeping with the 
palapa. Everything going very smoothly so far and the rendezvous 
has now been completed. The crewman are out in the cargo bay 
preparing getting their tools ready and preparing to fly over to 
dock with the palapa. They're running a little ahead on the EVA 
timeline, Gardner having already completed items 20 minutes into 
the EVA that were scheduled to be completed by 40. We won't hear 
from the crew for another 7 minutes till we pick up over 
Varragadee. At Quam station, a little bit later than that we'll 
be out of comission due to a typhoon in that area. The winds axe 
getting too high there and they're going to have to stow their 
antenna dish and shut down operations at Guam for the course of 
chat storm. We pick up again in Hawaii over Hawaii 32 minutes 
for now following that. We're six and a half minutes away from 
the Yarragadee pass now. Very shortly after Joe Allen gets into 
his MMU he'll be doing a S minute checkout flight then he will 
take a look at the hydrogen pressure in the MMU. He'll move 6 vei: 
to the manipulator foot restraint and will begin the installation 
procedure for attaching the stinger mechanism to the MMU. A 
stinger is a long cylindrical shape to probe with deployable 
toggle bolts on the end of it that attached to the front of the 
manned maneuvering unit and one will then fly over to the palapa, 
now 35 feet away from the Shuttle's cargo bay. He will drive the 
stinger up through the rocket nozzle, the burned out motor 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01:34:31 11/12/64 PAGE 2 



already used to apogee kick motor of the palapa. Once the 
stinger is up into the cavity which formally held a solid 
propellant, the toggle bolts will be released and Allen will then 
use a rachet handle and wheel to pull the bolts back down tight 
down to the - till it's locked firmly on the aft ring and at that 
point he will stabilize the satellite using the nitrogen 
thrusters of the MMU reducing it to 1 rpm spin rate to zero, then 
mission specialist, Anna Fisher, will use the mechanical arm to 
grapple a fixture on the side of the stinger and move the - bolt 
the satellite and the crewman attached to the satellite over into 
position for Gardner to attach an A-frarae structure to the top of 
the satellite. That A frame structure has a grapple fixture on 
the top of it and enables the RMS to change ends that it's 
holding the satellite with. That's primarily because of the 
structure of the satellite; not having been built to retrieve. 
The real strength of it's structure is in the aft end where it 
will be grabbed with the stinger initially. It also must be 
attached to the pallet and the airborne supported equipment from 
the aft end* So the attachment of the A-frame to the top is a 
temporary device and they (garble) to be switched end over end. 
Once the RMS, the mechanical arm, has grappled the fixture at the 
top of the A-frame, the satellite will be turned with the aft 
end, the rocket nozzle end down, made it to a structure ring on 
the pallet and then they're are a number of clamps that will be 
attached to a lip on the separation ring on the aft part of the 
satellite. Those will be tied down firmly and that will support 
the entry stresses that will be seen with the satellite in its 
position there in the cargo bay corning back in on landing. And 
this is Mission Control Houston. We've completed the playback of 
the earlier downlink television. Our r xt downlink will be at 
8:23 am central standard time, orbit 5b. As the spacecraft passes 
over Hawaii initially and we continue television through 
Goldstone at Merritt Island. That will be television of the 
continuing EVA and the - if they are sticking to the timeline, 
the MMU fly over. That's about 26 minutes from now. Again we 
will be picking up Yarragadee in about a minute and a half for 
listening in to the crew activities for EVA, We will not have 
the Quam station shortly thereafter because of the tropical 3torm 
typhoon in that area impacted the ground station operations at 
Guam. Everything has gone very well with the rendezvous this 
morning so far. EVA preparations are normal. Propellant usage 
is good. The palapa satellite is stable and the orbiter at 
stationkeeping attitude with palapa 35 feet away. All orbiter 
systems are in good shape and everything seems ready to support 
the capture of the palapa satellite. This is Mission Control 
Houston, Mission Control, we're picking up comm through the B- 
£tation. 

SPACECRAFT -length of target now back on. 



Okay, I'll do that right now. 



STS 51~A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01:14:31 11/12/84 PAGE 3 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
it, 

SPACECRAFT 



- that is correct. 
Dale, (garble) 
Okay, I'll do it. 
You're clear. 

Dale has got - (garble). Getting tether. He got 
I did it. 



PAO This is Mission Control Houston. We've got loss of 

signal through the Yarragadee station. Contrary to what we said 
previously the typhoon affecting the Quam station is not going to 
keep those people frcm keeping it open. They're going to continue 
to man the tracking station at Quam inspite of the bad weather 
and give us this pass. Will be acquiring through Quaw in four 
minutes, 'xhis is Mission Control. 

SPACECRAFT All the way counterclockwise with the disk. 
SPACECRAFT (Garble) step. 

SPACECRAFT Counterclockwise. (Garble) every minute don't I? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now what do you want, Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, wait a minute, (garble) needs to be 
clockwise and the disk fully counterclockwise. Those are the two 
steps. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) can't do that because the handle won't 
rotate with the disk. You've got to get the disk 
counterclockwise with the (garble) to the loft. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'll go Joe. 

SPACECRAFT There you go. 

CAPCOM Discovery / Houston. With you through Quam for 6. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) aero. 

SPACECRAFT - goes clockwise. 

SPACECRAFT Okay that's done. 

SPACECRAFT We're AOS Guy. 



SPACECRAFT 



Okay, AOS. V" 



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SPACECRAFT (Garble) got it, 

SPACECRAFT He's counterclockwised the disk and his ratchet 
fleeter is clockwise, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, good. 

SPACECRAFT Let me check out the satellite here. Oh, my 
goodness. Look at that, it looks beautiful. Are we still up D- 
bar, David? I heard you talking about it at home while ago and I 
really didn't pay attention. 

SPACECRAFT And Houston, we have a stinger flight check to go 
and we'll be ready to go to the satellite. Joe, check you're CEA 
tower goes on, 

PA0 This is Mission Control. They're progressing very 

well with the EVA, preparing to do the flight check with the 
stinger on the MMU, 

SPACECRAFT Can 1 ask you a question? 
SPACECRAFT Sure. Go ahead. 

SPACECRAFT Are we still in the (garble) or do we do that at 
initial old trick I heard Rick talking about, 

SPACECRAFT No we're D-bar, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, great, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph, when you're comfortable you can 
(garble). And Dale /an help you if you're having any problem 
with (garble), 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now. Where am I going - no wait, don't do 
that Dale. I'm going to back-up. Can I just back up? 

SPACECRAFT K'd go straight forward for a few potatoes and then 
pitch down - okay. (Garble) back up. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, don't back up. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) pitch steering and pitch around. 

SPACECRAFT Go forward for a little bit and pitch down so you 
can see where you are at. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT These are ON. Is that right? 



BTS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01 1 34 1 31 11/12/84 PAGE 5 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now X aro going to go to at hole. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT I'm at hole, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, no further bac*. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going to stop him. 

SPACECRAFT Yes. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) he just bumped the fixture a gentle bump. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). I thought I kept it clear but I might 
have hit it. 

SPACECRAFT No, no Dale bumped me. That was me hitting him. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Yaw around to the left when you're 

comfortable, Joe. 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
staff. 



Ah, boy you can feel the coupling. 
Are you're (garble) or normal? 
No higher, Joe. That's good. 
Okay, I'm (garble). 

Okay, is it working norm? Go ahead and go to set 



SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm it) set (garble) now. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, yaw around to the left and tilt towards us, 
lid translate fotwatd just a little bit as you (ga jMa) to ketp 
from bumping into the sun shield. You can go a little hignar, 
joe, so you can clear Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Don't want to get to close to the satellite, gees. 

SPACECRAFT You can go a little higher. 

SPACECRAFT I would need your (garble) 

SPACECRAFT Yes, okay. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Bout* ton for Rick. 

SPACECRAFT Go ahead Houston. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01:56t00 11/12/84 PAGE 6 

CAPCOM Roger, Rick. We'd like for you to go to manual 

slew in the KU when you get a chance. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, we're there* Okay, Joseph. 

SPACECRAFT When you're stable, give me a (garble) check pass, 
(Garble). 

SPACECRAFT ifes, I'm going to bring it around. I'm 22 hundred 
on the right. 24 hundred on the left. 

SPACECRAFT Roger. 22 on the right and 24 on the left. Okay, 
come forward to your target. Real small (garble). 

SPACECRAFT This is like flying the simulator. That's there's 
no noise in gears like behind me. 

PAO Joe Allen flying the MMU over to a target on the 

forward bulkhead to test out the effect of having the additional 
weight of the stinger on the front of the MMU. Noting it was 
just like the simulator only it didn't make the same noise with 
the gears. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale. I see you going for 2 boards 1 to 3. 
SPACECRAFT I'm getting ready to do an (garble) first. 
SPACECRAFT Yes. 

PAO Gardner actually 15 minutes ahead of the timeline. 

SPACECRAFT And did you need to go further reminder that I 
wanted to talk to you until we get to calking about the power 
(garble). 

SPACECRAFT Up front. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT One thing I do need to sometime Dale at your 
convenience the big 4 and Joe I'll get one from you at your 
convenience but not now. 

SPACECRAFT I can give it to you right now. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, go ahead. 

SPACECRAFT Sun shield on the EVA, 6:30, 99 percent power, 98 
percent 02, and 4.4 supress. That' it. Give me a second. 

SPACECRAFT No hurry Dale. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01i56: 'i0 11/12/84 PAGE 7 

dao And the crew holds to their current progress we jay 

actually getting a picture through Hawaii of Allen docking with 
the palapa. 

SPACECRAFT Got about 2 feet till you get it into the stinger. 

SPACECRAFT - talking to? 

SPACECRAFT I'm sorry, I'm talking to Joe, 

SPACECRAFT I thought you were going to tell me H was going to 
ram met Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Joe said (garble) forward a little bit please. 

CAPCOH Discovery, Houston. Loalrig you at Guam, See you 

at Hawaii in 6 minutes, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph, You need to move afct just a little 
bit to your right, Okay. Joseph, When you're comfortable you 
can start a slow translation back over to the (garble). 

SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



That's what I'm going to do, David. 

No hurry because Dale's still working there. 



SPACECRAFT Oh, I certainly am. 
SPACECRAFT (Garble) much better here, 

PAO Mission Control Houston. We're passing out of 

range at the Guam station. We'll be picking up in 5 minutes _ 
through Hawaii and we expect to get downlink 'Jj^iBion at that 
time. Dale Gardner mounting tool boards and the antenna cutter 
on the manipulator foot restraint. He's setting up the tools he 
Sill us^inhis portion of the retrieval. Joe Allen has already 
done his stingerflight check. Flying the MMU witiva stinger 
attached to the front to a forward bulkhead target testing out 
the dynamics of having that large mass on the front ot the MMU. 
He's at the end of that check arid very shortly after an EMU 
status check he will be ready to fly over to the spacecraft . We 
may get him in the progress of that flyover to P ala ^ a * c ?"* 
back in through television. Crew proceeding very weir along the 
timeline. They're about 15 minutes ahead of schedule in the EVA, 
holding to that pretty well. Mission Control Houston, we re 
standing by for acquisition through the Hawaii station. We may 
actually see Joe Allen flying the MMU over to dock with the 
palapa. Crew is a little bit ahead on the EVA timeline. 



SPACECRAFT (Garble) 



SPACECRAFT Okay, I got (garble) . 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01(56*00 11/12/84 PAGE 8 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I got It. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, see you later. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, good work, 

SPACECRAFT You got (garble) for gas, Joe. 

PAO Okay, we see Joe Allen with the stinger mounted on 
the MMU. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) 

PAO Long cylindrical - 

CAPCOM with you through Guam with TV of the payload bay. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) . 

SPACECRAFT Can barely hear you/ David. 

PAO And we see the palapa in the - above the cargo bay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) activity is the (garble) stuff so 
you've got some - 

SPACECRAFT Yes, I r ra looking at (garble) three. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO Last time they had the palcpa this close to the 

Space Shuttle was last February when it was originally 
deployed. Xt's made about 3800 orbits since that time. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) looks like he's got 7 (Garble) 
sunrise, Can I just get you to sit there and look at your 
target? 

SPACECRAFT Boy, how can I miss. If Rick had given me 3 more 
feet we could have it (garble) omni. 

PAO Joe Allen maintaining Viis position in the cargo bay 

waiting for orbital daylight for the proper lighting conditions 
for his flyover. 

SPACECRAFT - above you, he's located down to where he's right 
above your head. 

SPACECRAFT Stalli hoe. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, I've got to move you a little bit. 



STS 5X-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01:b6:00 11/12/84 PAGE 9 
SPACECRAFT Okay. Are you going to put the tool board on here? 
SPACECRAFT That's affirm. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going to move my hand up. And done that. 



Son of a gun. (garble) together is caught again. 
;. Okay. 

And we're looking at the end effector camera there 



SPACECRAFT 

Okay, I got it. Okay 
PAO 

at the palapa. 

SPACECRAFT Do I have to move my hand again. Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, hold on to (garble) beaver for a second. 

SPACECRAFT Just move me to the back maybe. 

SPACECRAFT Wait, wait. Here let me grab with my other hand 

right here. This is still the old (garble), Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, I see. 

SPACECRAFT There you go. Okay. 

PAO This is Mission Control - 

SPACECRAFT (garble) stable vhere you don't spot. 

PAO Joe Allen floating freely in the cargo bay. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) aloft. 

PAO Waiting orbital daylight before moving over to the 
satellite. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) quarter something again. 

SPACECRAFT I can't tell. It doesn't look like it. 

SPACECRAFT I feel like it's pulling on me. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, yes. It's (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Okay, let me get this tool board in then I'll get 
it. 

SPACECRAFT i'll get it (garble) caught on. 

SPACECRAFT Xooks like a straight line in the (garble) over 
these. Maybe the other side of the (garble). 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01 i 56 i 00 11/12/84 PAGS 10 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'll go get it and (garble) , I got the tool 
board on. Pelt like an elephant was pulling on me there. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). Dont ' try this. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, there it goes. All clear. Guess what I have 
left to go? The old omni cutter. 

SPACECRAFT The old omwi cutter. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, this is going to work out great because then 
I can then sit back and wa^.ch Dr. Allen do all tnis. I have 
nothing to do. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) . 

SPACECRAFT And laugh. 

SPACECRAFT And laugh. Because it was never done before. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe. 
SPACECRAFT Yes? 

SPACECRAFO' See if you can give the maneuver that grapple a 

little bit through the (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Well I can't David and I'm watching it real 

close. If I ding it it will be ever so gently. But I can 

control it about a 16th of an inch or else. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) 

SPACECRAFT Oh r that's what would happen if a couple (garble) 
here. But (garble) are stable and (garble) little bit of 
control, I think I was a real clutz. (Garble) Steve would 
probably say that I am but I bet it was jet firing. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, I see. 

PAO This is Mission Control. The EVA crewman in the 

cargo bay awaiting orbital daylight for the proper lighting to 
dock with the palapa. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). 

PAO Joe Allen in the manned maneuvering unit with the 

stinger attached to the front. 

SPACECRAFT Most of the time now. Can we handle this now? 
SPACECRAFT We are. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01:56:00 11/12/84 PAGE 11 

PA0 will be coming into orbital daylight just before we 

loose our television. 

I bumped the (garble). 

- and that the brief loss until we pick up through 



SPACECRAFT 
PAO 

Golds tone* 

SPACECRAFT Dale, see it* you can stop that grapple fixture from 
spinning down to hit the - 

SPACECRAFT Joe, I touched it so gently I could do it but I'd 

have to sit here and do it for the next 10 minutes. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT I haven't even touched it. 

SPACECRAFT - it's like a 1 arm sport. 

SPACECRAFT I haven't even touched it yet. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, you don't feel good. 

SPACECRAFT (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Dale, a tribual foot. 

SPACECRAFT (garble). 

SPACECRAFT The sun is coming up guys. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, ray gosh. Look at it. It's right across the 

bay. Okay, lets see, the right lights off from it I guess. 

SPACECRAFT Did you (garble) right lights, that's a go. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) with our left lights. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Got a few more seconds in there. 

SPACECRAFT I can't do it. I'm going to leave my on, Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, that right. You got them. 

SPACECRAFT Yt3. 

SPACECRAFT "Hat's right. Very correct. 



GARDNER Ok, >/ma, somehow its slid back toward the cabin. 

Can we go back towards the tail a little more? I can't reach you 
over here. I don't know if you moved it or if it just creeped. 

SPACECRAFT It creeped. 

GARDNER (garble) creeping arms. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, we'rj stopping now Dale, is that OK? 

GARDNER I need to go a little more towards the tail. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) roll help or is that side towards you? 
The ioto side towards you. 

GARDNER I need to go towards the tail. 

FISHER Dale, if I could take a little of that roll out, 

then I'll be able to move after that. 

GARDNER Ok, *org*t it, I'll do it. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, just stop a second Anna and I will try and go 
out just a little more. 

GARDNER Ok. All I need is three or four inches and I can 
reach it. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale, (garble). 

GARDNER Ok, it's good right there Anna. That's fine. 

SPACECRAFT Brakes are on. Go ahead, Houston. Talk to me, 
what's next? 

SPACECRAFT Ok, take the common bracket clamps and the end of 
fire and check the drive bolts out. 

GARDNER Ok . 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery, go ahead. 

CAPCOM Roger, we're going LOS. A couple of items we'd 

like you to do for us. We'd like you to terminate boiling water, 
we'd like you to take tanks three and four 02 heaters to off. 

SPACECRAFT 0k v we'll do that. 

CAPCOM And we'll see you at Guam at three one. 

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STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 01;56t00 11/12/84 PAGE 12 



SPACECRAFT Now, David, can we view - I'm going to start on my 
back, head towards the tail and around It that way, still. Wow, 
look at that, That's affirmative and when I give you the go 
you'll be (garble) before you laid out so I can pull you over the 
pan (garble). 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) . 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery. The sun is up and we're ready 
to go, 

CAFCOK Roger, copy that David. We're ready also. 

PAO Mission Control. We're about to lose our TV 

picture through Hawaii, We'll pick it up again in just about a 
minute through the - about a minute and a half through Goldstone. 
Things proceeding very well of the EVA. The crewman were holding 
up waiting for daylight to illuminate the satellite in the 
orbiter's cargo bay so they'll have good lighting conditions for 
the docking maneuver. Mission Specialist, Joe Allen, on the KMU 
with the stinger attached to the front will fly around to the 
backend of the Orbiter and insert the stinger into the rocket 
nozzle. The used rocket nozzle of the palapa satellite and held 
then triggered the toggle bolts and tighten the grip on the 
satellite. The mechanical arm operated by Mission Specialist, 
Anna Fisher will then grapple a connecting firture on the side of 
the stinger and then will haul the satellite and Joe Allen 
attached to it back down toward the cargo bay where Guy Gardner 
or whether Dale Gardner will attached an A-frame structure to the 
top of the satellito that will enable it to be grabbed by the 
mechanical arm from the top and then insert it tail down into a 
retaining fixture in the cargo bay where it will be firmly 
mounted for the return to earth. We will be picking up in about 
27 seconds or so through Goldstone and we should have television 
back at that time. The orbiter is in the daylight, Allen should 
be beginning to make his flight to dock with the satellite. And 
we have our television picture back. Allen not to be seen in the 
cargo bay. Gardner there attached to the manipulator foot 
restraint. We see the light reflections from the slowly rotating 
pj3apa satellite just above the orbiter's cargo bay. At our 
cabin rather our payload bay television now coming into daylight 
the earth below, we see the pacific just west of Baha, 
California. 

SPACECRAFT ( Ga r ble ) . 

SPACECRAFT Yes, I do. Yes, I know that. 
PAO Now the camera moving up to - 



SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm right pretty well behind it. 



SPACECRAFT (garble) LOS. Ok, 

GARDNER Ok , drive bolts and the guides from PALAPA . Tell 

you what, (garble), is really hot. We r re LOS aren't we? 

SPACECRAFT It's hot? 

GARDNER David, are you there? 

WALKER Yes sir, go ahead. 

GARDNER Our gloves, I would guess, are 120 degrees inside 

right now. 

WALKER That's alright, the sun will be going down shortly, 

that should help you. 

GARDNER Ok, PALAPA, PALAPA , there's one drive bolt that's 

got to come out a little bit. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, loss of signal through 

the tracking and data relay satellite. As we went over the hill, 
the crewmen outside were working to put an antenna bridge 
structure on PALAPA, having removed the Omni antenna. 
Additionally on the this next orbit, orbit 67 we expect to take 
some unscheduled television, first through Hawaii and with a 
acquisiti'" i beginning at 10:01 CST and lasting until 10:09 CST 
then following that almost a full TDRS pass from ten ten central 
to eleven O four central and since this unscheduled live 
television comes down at the time of the scheduled Larry 
Bourgeois change of shift press conference, we will cancel that 
briefing. Again, we will cancel the Larry Bourgeois briefing to 
make way for some television coming down of the EVA operations in 
space. 

PAO We're now two hours, two minutes into this 

extravehicular activity. The procedure has gone very well, every 
phase of the procedure has been done as planned, first try, both 
the flyover by Joe Allen on the KMO, the grapple for the docking 
with the stinger, subsequent grapple by the remote manipulator 
arm by Anna Fisher onto a grapple fixture on the stinger. Then 
they positioned the satellite for Dale Gardner to remove the Omni 
antenna and they're now putting an Omni antenna bridge adapter 
structure across that part of the satellite so that they can now 
take the arm, pull it off of one end, put it on the other and 
position the satellite for the final ring adapter installation. 
That ring adapter will hold the satellite in the pay load bay for 
the return to earth. And, again, we will repeat, we have 
cancelled the Larry Bourgeois change of shift press conference 
which has been scheduled for ten-thirty a.m. central and we'll 
instead make way for some unscheduled Hawaii and TDRS television 
on the next orbit. Currently the mission elapsed time, four STS 
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STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atlja 02il3s30 11/12/84 PAGE 13 

PA0 See the palapa satellite and Allen lined up to 

prepare for driving the stinger up into the no23le. 

SPACECRAFT Boy, the sun's in a nasty position. The (garlbe) 
length is about right. 

PAO Allen moving in slowly* 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I almost can't see it, I'm flying right into 
the sun, Okay, Okay, I'm penetrating. Toggle full. 

PAO And he has pulled the toggle bolts - 

SPACECRAFT - both doors. The jetter power coming off and 
they're back on and I'm starting the toggle. Don't dock, don t 
dock, (garble) fun with it, Okay. Very garble) crank, it's 
culling it right down. I'm using no gas at all. Don t take it 
back yet, Dale. Yes, it (garble) - actually it bounces away from 
the ring, Dale, and then you can crank a little faster and - 

PAO Allen cranking down a ratchet handle to tighten up 

the grip on the palapa satellite. After that he will use his 
manned maneuvering unit - 

SPACECRAFT - pulling it down. Okay, the ratch is broken over, 
stop the clock, we've got it tied. 

PAO And he is firmly attached now to the palapa. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) and hold. And I've got a thousand PAM's. 

PAO And we're close to losing our TV picture. You can 

see Baha, California just beneath them and crossing tho coast of 
Mexico. Allen will use his maneuvering unit to slow the rotation 
rate of the satellite and we* re losing our television picture. 
We have lost our television picture but we got the best part. 
Joe Allen docks successfully with the palapa satellite, toggeled 
the - released the toggle bolts up into the rocket nozsle, 
tighted down the grip of the stinger o*vthe palapa and now wiU 
shortly go to satellite attitude hold of the stabilization with 
the MMU and stop the rotation rate. The orbitec's mechanical arm 
will them grasp the fixture on the side of the stinger and will 
pull Allen and the satellite close with the top of the satellite 
down to the cargo bay where Dale Gardner will then attach an A- 
frame structure to the top of the satellite. The mechanical arnr 
will switch ends and then they will bring it back down tail first 
into the cargo bay after Allen has released the stinger and 
backed away. TheyUl tighten down a series of clamps into a 
circular ring pulling the satellite tightly down in a fixture 
where it will be firmly in place for the return to earth. To 
dates from now the same procedure is expected to be performed on 



days, three hours, fourteen minutes, this is Mission Control, 
Houston. 



PAO Mission Control, Houston, standing by for 

acquisition signal in forty seconds. A reminder that after this 
pass we will pick up television through Hawaii commencing at 
10:01 CST. That T.V. should last until 10:09 and then we'll have 
a full TDRS pass lasting until about 11:04 central standard 
time. And, we'll have a satellite playback after the TDRS 
coverage. 

GARDNER What we have to do is to get out of the 

configuration we're in, get the A-frame put away, get in (garble) 
TFR in the other pallet, after reconfiguring the MFR and 
(garble). 

SPACECRAFT We (garble) to you, Dale. 
GARDNER Ok, and then I (garble). 

SPACECRAFT (garble) the MFR. 
GARDNER Then, I pull myself off. 

SPACECRAFT You could that, you could that almost anytime 
actually. You have to go quick (garble) the MMU and go back over 
the MFR to get the stinger off it. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston, through Guam. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) Houston, Discovery, we're going to let 
Dale talk, we've got a problem here. 

CAPCOM Roger, go ahead. 

GARDNER Ok, Jerry, Ok Jerry, here we go. The common 

bracket clamp will not fit on the satellite. The problem is 
between the two octagons, between the two common bracket parts of 
the satellite, is a structure that's sticking out far enough that 
it is hitting the cross-brace of the common bracket clamp before 
I could get the V-head bolts even close to driving on to the 
octagon. 

CAPCOM Ok, we copy that and understand. 

GARDNER It's not a (garble) structure I can remove, it is 

massive. I've tried twisting as you can imagine every direction, 
I tried forcing it on. It's within maybe an eighth to a quarter 
of an inch of making it, but unfortunately close doesn't count 
with the common bracket. 

CAPCOM What are you proposing to do? 

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the Westar. And we're getting the video back through Mila and we 
see the satellite id stabilized, 

SPACECRAFT Is it the right direction, Anna? 

SPACECRAFT Looking good, Joe, Okay, at hold now. 

SPACECRAFT SpOCk, at hold, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe, in the (garble) right yaw down and 
that's going to be 180 degrees, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, right yaw from 180, Okay, say when. 
SPACECRAFT Go now, 
SPACECRAFT Okay, here we go. 

PAO Allen using his wanned maneuvering unit turning his 

satellite 180 degrees. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) arm is rotating it up to center map now so 
I'm going to come over closer to you. 

SPACECRAFT Aren't you going towards end effector? 

SPACECRAFT Yes. Oh my, oh my. 

SPACECRAFT We know that. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) the CSF. 

SPACECRAFT What land mass are we over? 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) New Mexico by the way it looks like to me. 

SPACECRAFT Oh boy, it's georgous. 

SPACECRAFT It sure is, 

SPACECRAFT You're right- 

SPACECRAFT Keep it coming, Anna. 

SPACECRAFT I see the grapple fixture. I'll give you a call, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO And now we see the grapple fixture there that the 
mechanical arm will grasp. We're looking at the spacecraft with 
the camera mounted on the end. 



GARDNER We are proposing to go to the no A-frame procedure 

and I will go up to the PFR in the forward pallet and try a 
technique perfected by yourself* Let Anna grab, hand it to me, 
I'll grab the top end, go in temporary stow to get rid of the 
MMU, come back with the MFR in the aft pallet, take off the 
stinger and then put on the adapter • 

CAPCOM Ok, we copy plan B and proceed. 

GARDNER Ok, we've got a little cleanup to do because 

(garble) so it'll be a short little bit before we get started 
here for serious. 

CAPCOM Roger, understand that and understand you'll be 

putting the A-frame in a temporary stowage. 

GARDNER (garble), I think 1*11 putting it right back where 

it goes. Can it be docked* 

SPACECRAFT You don't want to do that, Dale, because of the 
berthing. 

GARDNER Oh, yea, we're going to unberth it, we got to 

unberth it* 

SPACECRAFT Oh, ok, that's right, yea you're right, Jerry, 
temporary stowage 

GARDNER We've still got to unberth it, 

SPACECRAFT It' 3 got to be, it can't be down on there can it? 
(garble) can we slip it around? 

GARDNER Take and slip it around it* I'm sure we can. 

GARDNER Ok, we do make any money by having me come off 
right now? 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT Not till sunrise, Joe, we'll think about it. 

GARDNER Go ahead, Jerry. 

CAPCOM Dale, our preference would b<e go head and 

temporarily stow the A-frame as a chance of working the adapter 
around it after you have it stowed. 

GARDNER Ok. Ok, Anna, you can take the satellite up and 

away now, I think I've got everything off ready to take off. 

FISHER Ok, I'll do that. 

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SPACECRAFT 



Oh, how. 



SPACECRAFT Bark, (Garble) hold, I still got a thousand and 
twelve hundred. 

PAO Allen reading off GN2 pressure, nitrogen pressure 

in the MMU. He has plenty left. He is stabilizing the satellite 
in position for the mechanical arm to grasp it. We see the 
grapple fixture there in the right portion, center portion of the 
screen. The mechanical arm on which the camera is mounted that 
you're looking at it with will move right in close and tighten 
down on that fixture and it will be essentially be home free. 
Dr. Anna Fisher, Mission Specialist, maneuvering the mechanical 
arm. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe. Give ma a little bit more right yaw. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, right yaw, arc. 
SPACECRAFT And hold now. 
SPACECRAFT At hold. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, give me a pitch up please. 
SPACECRAFT Pitch up now. 
SPACECRAFT Okay stop the pitch. 
SPACECRAFT Stop. 

PAO And we're getting a brief break in television as we 

pass through an antenna pattern keyhole. We should pick it up 
just momentarily again/Allen, fine tunning the attitude of the 
spacecraft preparing for a grapple as mission specialist, Anna 
Fisher maneuvers the mechanical arm into place. Should be 
picking up TV picture again momentarily. So far, this whole 
procedure has gone very well from the initiation of the 
rendezvous phase, 5 hours and 15 minutes ago leading up to the 
satellite grapple just 10 or 15 minutes previous. 



SPACECRAFT 
hundred. 



On way. We're still at a thousand and twelve 



SPACECRAFT Good, Joe. 

SPACECRAFT And X can hear the fires thrusting. 

PAO And we have our television back. And RMU officer 

reports moving the mechanical arm in for the docking and the 
grapple* The motion you see there is because of the relative 
positions of the arm in the spacecraft, the camera is mounted on 



SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale the temporary stowage location is probably 
the right idea and (garble) feel real comfortable with trying to 
put it in without doing it, 

GARDNER Yea, I understand. 

ALLEN And, Jerry , this is Joe, it's getting pretty 

chilly. I'm up to full heat. With your concurrence I'm going to 
turn my water off for a while* 

CAPCOM Ok, stand by, I think that's good but get a 

concurrence. And, Joe, we concur on that, go ahead. 

ALLEN Ok, water's coming off. 

GARDNER David, you've got a section on this in your book 

there, I'm sure you're pulling it out. 

WALKER I have it out and I'm looking at it now. 

WALKER And, Joe, I think that once we get sunrise there's 

no point in keeping you on the top end of that thing anymore, and 
Jerry listen to me and correct me if I'm making a wrong 
assumption. We can go ahead a get you down {garble) and get you 
in a better position to help as quickly as possible once we get 
(garble) . 

ALLEN I'll just pull the pin and fly myself and get rid 

of the HMU. Is that correct? 

WALKER We'll do a quick (garble), I can talk you through 

it and. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, I've got 1300 and 1400 (garble) of gas, that 
should be plenty. 

WALKER Yea, we're just going to wait for sunrise, we've 

discussed moving you around on the RMS to make it a better option 
but I think it's better just to let you sit... 

GARDNER I'll tell you, (garble) header reel on the power 

tool has stopped working. I must have 1400 yards of string out 
here all wrapping around everything. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale, your tether's snagging on the grapple 
fixture on the MFR* 

GARDNER Ok * 

SPACECRAFT Ok, for now. Dale, I think when I get Joe out of 
that thing I'm going to get him started on configuring the PFR, 
you aren't already finished. 

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the very end of the mechanical arm, The spacecraft satellite and 
Joe Allen are actually stable as the arm moves in to the target. 

SPACECRAFT Bring it on in, Anna. You've got plenty of room. 

PA 0 And we've lost our television picture just as Anna 

Fisher preparing to grapple the satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe, she's got five piece to go to the 
grapple fixture. 

PAO We're still hearing voice from the spacecraft. If 

we maintain communications through - 

SPACECRAFT - getting in my list here like a hawk and now I can 
see it. Looking perfect, Anna. Looking perfect* 

SPACECRAFT Just like a (garble). 

PAO If we maintain connection through the tracking data 

relay satellite we should be able to hear the progress. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) cycle, looking perfect, Anna, looking 
perfect, looking perfect. Be gentle though. 

SPACECRAFT We have you sir. 

SPACECRAFT And how. 

PAO And indication of (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Good work, Cabot. Way to go. 

PAO And we have a rigid group on the satellite. And 

the folks in mission control are pretty happy about that. 

Everything went just by the bock. The satellite is not 

originally entended to be retrieved. 

CAPCOH Discovery, Houston for Rick. 

SPACECRAFT Go ahead, he's listening. 

CAPCOM Roger, great show. We see you captured and we'd 

like for you to do an interconnect hank switch to the right tank 
of the oms by the completion of the tank switch we*<l like you to 
go right oms ISOL A to GPC. Page 8-70 orbit pocket. Correction 
that's page 8-4. 

PAO And this is Mission Control. We'll have a 

playback, satellite playback of the EVA operations and the 
television of what we just saw. That will be coming down here in 



GARDNER (garble) first, David. 

WALKER I mean after that. 



GARDNER I'm just going to get as much of this cleaned up as 

I can so he has a place to work over here. Or whichever one of 
us. . • 

CAPCOM Break r break , Discovery, Houston. 

WALKER Go ahead. 

CAPCOM David, we're fifty seconds to LOS Guam, initial 

inputs from Hughes indicate that the obstructions may be wave 
guides. We've been given a go to attempt to deform those, cut 
them whatever it might take, if that would help. I suggest 
possibly using the Gardner to tool. 

WALKER Yea, I thought about that. Dale, you want to 

comment? 

GARDNER Yea, Jerry, it's not stuff that I can do that to. 

It's way too strong. 

CAPCOM Ok, very good, copy. We'll see you in Hawaii in 

about five minutes. 

WALKER Ok, Dale, as you're working there, let's think out 

loud a minute. Should, if I pull the pin and the satellite can 
be handed to me, you can continue to put on the adapter. 



SPACECRAFT Garble. 



PAO Mission Control, Houston, we've lost signal through 

Guam, next acquisition four and a half minutea through Hawaii. 
As we came through Guam the crew reported a problem in the 
procedures that they have* The problem is in the installation of 
the antenna bridge structure, there's a piece of the satellite in 
the way and Dale Gardner reported that he cannot remove that 
piece of the satellite, a structure of the satellite nor can he 
lock down the antenna bridge structure. He said he came within 
about a quarter inch of making it mate, but just couldn f t do 
it. The Hughes customer support room said they felt the 
structure in the way were some wave guides on the satellite and 
they would be agreeable to try and lop those off with a pair of 
lopping shears however, Gardner said that was too mas3ive a piece 
of the satellite to do that with. Plan now is go to step B in 
the contingency timeline and attempt to mate the satellite to the 
locking ring that fits around the apogee kick motor manually 
rather than using the RMS to steady the satellite as it would be 
attached to the antenna bridge structure. In other words, 
they'll try to do this procedure without the antsnna bridge STS 
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ju?t a few minutes. We still have linkup through the tracking 
data relay satellite. The operation of the - 

SPACECRAFT - bring up the elbow camera and you can control it 
if you like. 

CAPCOM Roger , copy thank you and we have a delta to your 

maneuver to the solar track attitude, page 7-9 of the EVA 
checklist. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you have the elbow camera. 
CAPCOM Roger, thanks. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, and go ahead with the delta to the solar 
track attitude. 

CAPCOM Okay, this is to give us a better KU-band track for 

orbit 67 and the delta's are - the yaw should be 60, omicron 130, 
over. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, yaw 60, omicron 130 and I'm putting that into 
work now, 

CAPCOM Roger, thanks and on subsequent orbits 68 and subs 

we'd like you to go to the published attitude. 

SPACECRAFT Can you give us a call? We'll try and mark it in 
our books if you give us a call also. All right? 

CAPCOM We'll do that. 

PAO This is mission control, we'll have satellite 

playback in about a minute of the television we saw of the 
satellite retrieval, 

SPACECRAFT (garble) can look at our configurations, 
CAPCOM Roger, we need the right oms tank ISOL A to GPC. 

SPACECRAFT Right oms tank ISOL A to GPC, okay? 
CAPCOM And the talkback should be barberpole. 

SPACECRAFT It is barberpole. 

PAO Mission Control, we're standing by for a satellite 

playback of the television of just downlinked from the ground 
from the Orbiter , 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale. We should not be translating so you 
can keep that up with old (garble) at tha moment. 



structure. 



PAO Mission Control, Houston, we're acquiring signal 

through Hawaii where we expect to take television and join the 
crew members as they work to solve the problem they have with the 
antenna bridge structure. 

CAPCOM Discovery , Houston, through Hawaii and TDRS. 

SPACECRAFT Go ahead, Jerry, we're with you. 

CAPCOM Alrighty, just like a status update quickly. 

SPACECRAFT 0k r what we're doing, is Dale is (garble) 
temporarily stowing the A-frame, when we get sunrise Joe's going 
to come down kick back the MMU and then go get in the portable 
foot restrainer on the forward pallet where we'll hand him, Anna 
will hand him, the spacecraft and Dale will work the other end 
for the MFR. 

CAPCOM Ok, that all sounds good to us and we concur. I've 

got one DAP change for you when you're ready to copy. 

SPACECRAFT Ready to copy. 

CAPCOM Ok, to make sure that we don't have any Ku-band 

pointing problems during this next TDRS pass we would like to 
tighten up the vernier attitude deadband to two degrees versus 
the five degrees we've got right now. 

SPACECRAFT 0k f that can work. And, in the bay the sun will be 
up here before very long, you might be thinking about your 
(garble). Ok? 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, the crew reporting that 

as Dale Gardner down in the lower part of the NASA select picture 
is temporarily stowing the A-frame structure, the antenna bridge 
structure, the contingency plan. 

SPACECRAFT Are you clear on the separation that everythings 
off the top of that thing? 

ALLEN I'm just going to pull the pin, David and I'm 

going to put them back their (garble) hole, my (garble) are 
(garble), my gyro power is on but I'm not in that hole and I'm 
going to go to normal. 

WALKER Ok, that'll be good. 

ALLEN (Garble) 



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SPACECRAFT Wonderful. Did you get rid of the A-frame, Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Gotcha. 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery, We're going to solar track 
attitude. 

CAPCOM Roger, we see that. 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery. I'm ready to give you that PAM 

and (garble) check if you want it. 

CAPCOM Go ahead, we're standing by. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you've got it? 

CAPCOM Roger, we're seing the temp check. 

SPACECRAFT Okay ( let me know when you're done with it. 

CAPCOM Wilco. 

PAO Mission Control. We're looking at a replay of the 

television reported earlier downlinked earlier of the satellite 

retrieval. A satellite firmly now in the grip of the - 

SPACECRAFT at ill need your camera light on. 

SPACECRAFT Thank you, Joseph. Good call. 

PAO Mission Control. Satellite firmly in the grip of 

the mechanical arm. The will be inverting the satellite now so 
that the - Dale Gardner, mission specialist, EVA 2 can attach A 
frame device to the top of the satellite. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. We've got the ASC temp feeling 

good. Thanks. 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery. That last transmission was 
unreadable. 

CAPCOM Roger, Dave. We've got the ASC temperatures. They 

look good, thank you. 

SPACECRAFT Discovery, roger. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) is all configured to start working 
on the omni. 



ALLEN Pardon me? 

WALKER Do not push off too hard when you move away from 

it, 

ALLEN No, I'm going to sort of come off very gently and 

then I'm going to fly, let's see I'm going to fly up near your 
cabin, I'm just going to drop down a little bit and fly under the 
arm right back to the FFF. (garble) back off from the (garble) 
ever so slightly, ok? 

WALKER Ok, come between, come between the satellite and 

me, please. 

ALLEN Yea, I will, definitely. 

WALKER Ok . 

ALLEN And, I'm ready to do it whenever you're ready. 

WALKER Ok, Joe, go ahead and pull your pins. 

ALLEN Ok, I'm going to do them one at a time and then 

going to replace them. 

PAO Allen now releasing himself from the PALAPA 

satellite. 

ALLEN Ok, one of them is out. 

PAO Allen will fly down and dock the MMU to its support 

structure/ He'll quick doff that, take it off quickly and move 

over to the starboard side of the Orbiter. 

ALLEN The (garble) coming out. 

PAO Allen will then place himself in a foot restraint 

and will hang on to the PALAPA satellite while... 

ALLZN Back, back in. I'm being careful, I'm not 

separating anything, I'm being real careful. I'm going to pull 
the second pin while hanging on to the stinger (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Nice and easy, Dale. 

GARDNER I'm just having trouble seeing. 

SPACECRAFT Garble. 

SPACECRAFT Ok. 

GARDNER And, it's stowed. Now I'm goic*g to... 

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SPACECRAFT Okay, good. He can take a little break. And in a 
second I'm going to get EMU status from both of you. Okay, big 4 
I'll start with Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Hang on a second, David. I've got to 
(garble) to cover up with my (garble). Okay, 134 from the time, 
548, 39 percent power. A 6 percent 02, depress is still normal. 

SPACECRAFT Soond good. Okay, Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 135, 550, 79 percent power, 81 percent 02. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, sounds good. 

SPACECRAFT And what are we reading now, David? Did you guys 
do a maneuver or womethlng? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, I'm maneuvering. 

SPACECRAFT All right. 

SPACECRAFT Is that why you and Anna can't take off the brakes 
during the maneuver? 

SPACECRAFT We're getting our configures here to do the next 
maneuver with the RMS. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph, (garble) storting over the starboard 
wing but raise your eyes when you're down here working in the 
MFR. 

SPACECRAFT With that satellite you don't want that little one 
to get down over here. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, yes. That was the one part of the plan we 
didn't do quite as well was I was flying right into the sun 
during the dock - I mean square into it. You're call on the 
shadowing was real helpful. In fact I could see it there in a 
move across your body but I couldn't see any of the satellite 
there for a few moments* 

SPACECRAFT Obviously it didn't affect your performance. 

SPACECRAFT Maybe it improved it, (Garble) over into control. 

SPACECRAFT Ctsy, we're going to start moving the RMS down, 
Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, great. 

SPACECRAFT Oh boy, I guess. 



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FISHER Ok, Joe, we're (garble) you in a position for 

installation of the A-frame, 

ALLEN Ok . 

PAO This is Mission Control, the mechanical arm 

maneuvering the satellite into position for installation of the 
A-frame, And, this is Mission Control, propulsion officer 
reading off the propellant quantities remaining and flight 
director, Larry Bourgeois observing that the orbiter is in very 
good shape for the amount of propellant remaining to affect the 
second rendezvous with the WESTAR satellite two days from now. 
It'll essentially be a repeat of the same thing that we've seen 
this morning, rendezvous sequence, a series of orbital adjusting 
burns, placing the Discovery in a proper lineup to meet up with 
the satellite. 

GARDNER Ilf we had this do all over again, I would have 

voted for sun over the port wing, not sun over the starboard 
wing, 

SPACECRAFT Don't be wishy-washy, Dale, 

PAO And the RMU officer reports that Anna Fisher's 

maneuvered the arm into position for A-frame installation. The 
installation of the A-frame is due to begin at... 

SPACECRAFT' (garble) is being brought down to you by Anna. 

GARDNER Wonderful, doing great, (garble) Dr. Fisher. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, you just tell her where you want it, alright? 

GARDNER Ok. As you bring it down, Anna, I need to go 

towards the cabin about a foot and a half, move it after me. 
Wonderful. Keep it coming. Ok, that 's good (garble) , keep it 
coming down in Z. Ok, Anna, stop there a second aud do a right 
roll so I can kind of come into that 90 degree angle at a 45, if 
you see what I mean. Right roll of oh, about 30 or 40 degrees. 



PAO Dale Gardner directing Anna Fisher's movements 
there of the . 

GARDNER (garble) orbiter (garble), Anna? 

FISHER Use an orbiter roll, right? 

GARDNER Orbiter (garble), right roll. 

FISHER Ok. 

PAO Movements of the satellite into position. 



WALKER Ok, you've still got good (garble) and (garble) 

backing off. 

GARDNER Yea, I'm going to back off and I can move myself 

down a little bit. I'm going to give myself just a little bit of 
motion of the sort I want. 

WALKER Just like an eagle leaving the nest. 

ALLEN Ok, garble* 

ALLEN garble, I'm (garble) the satellite, look at it. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, control mode normal? 
ALLEN It is in normal. 

ALLEN It is normal. When I'm below the arm, David, tell 

me. 

WALKER Keep coming down. Just continue tc (garble) right 

down towards the starboard longeron and then move towards the 
cabin a little bit. And, if you take it nice and slow you can 
probably see your way through as easy as I can tell you. 

ALLEN Ok, now (garble) come forward. 

WALKER Ok. 

ALLEN I'm not interfering with the arm, am I? 

WALKER No, you're in good shape, keep coming closer to he 

cabin a little more. 

ALLEN Ok. 

GARDNER If you're not using the A camera, I'd take it 

straight up so I don't (garble) when I go into this foot 
restraint here. 

WALKER Ok. 

SPACECRAFT There you go. 

ALLEN Yea, Dave, I'm going to ask you also to read the 

dock procedures to me. 

WALKER I will. 

SPACECRAFT Garble. 

WALKER Can we move up just a couple Of inches? 

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ALLEN 



You want me i move up? 



WALKER Vea r we r ll take your picture real quick. 

ALLEN That's a good point. 

WALKER (garble) since we got moving. 

ALLEN Ok, I think I can back into, read the procedures to 
me now, David, I'm going to... 

WALKER Ok, gyro power off once you grab hold of something. 

ALLEN Ok, it's off. 

WALKER Ok, you can just kind of back yourself down there 
if you can feel your way around. 

ALLEN Hope I don't ding the camera. 

WALKER You could turn around and go in frontwards. 

ALLEN I want to try and turn the power back on, I'm 

losing control here. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, (garble). Come back up forward, turn around 
and fly into it. 

ALLEN Yea. (garble) do the head down trick like we do in 

the water tank. 

SPACECRAFT I think that's the way to do it. (garble). 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, temporary loss of signal 

as we pass between Hawaii and the tracking data relay 
satellite. Pick up shortly. The plan again is to manually hang 
onto that satellite while the adapter ring is installed. Both 
astronauts would be securely fastened to foot restraints as that 
procedure takes place. One astronaut would be restraining the 
spacecraft while the other, Allen, would be putting the adapter 
ring around the motor nozzle and the other astronaut would apply 
a downward force as they manually aline it up with the V-guides 
and slip into its final berthing place. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, locked back up again with 

the tracking and data relay satellite. Correction, this video 
coming down through the Goldstone tracking station, we're not 
locked up with the tracking and data relay satellite at this 
point. We see Allen on the left hand side of the picture 
preparing to dock the MMO tt> its support structure in the payload 
bay. This view from the elbow camera of the robot arm looking 
down into the payload bay. Gardner on the tight hand side of the 
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GARDNER (garble) I don't think I can talk you on that 

one. There you go. 

FISHER I think it would be easier if you just told me what 

you wanted relative to you* 

GARDNER That's harder for roe to explain. 

FISRER I can do either way. 

GARDNER Ok. What I want now is to be able to work in at an 

angle like this, see, otherwise the Omni will be punching me 
right in the belly here when I try to take the ML I off. 

FISHER I understand. 

GARDNER There is a lot of carbon coming out of the rocket 

nozzle* 

SPACECRAFT Ok, well good thing we brought along the shower 
cap. 

GARDNER It's by a lot, it's like a pepper shaker. 

SPACECRAFT All little pieces? 

GARDNER Yep, Ok, Anna, that's good on the roll. Now just 

bring it over towards me this way and I'll end up bending up like 
this in order to get in there once you're there. 

FISHER Ok, I understand what you want, Dale, just a 

minute. The Omni antenna is pointed towards the grapple fixture 
by the MFR there, so we have to keep a close eye on that, 

GARDNER Is that clear or did it come this way anyway, so 

it'll be plenty clear. Just come this way, first. Ok, stop for 
a second, ok, now go towards the tail about six inches, keep it 
coming a little more, little more, ok stop, now come down, ok 
let's try it right there. Anna go towards the tail a little bit, 
it keeps sliding towards you. Ok, three inches toward the tail, 
so it'll block the sun here so I can see. Great right there, 
perfect. Nice flying. 

FISHER Brake's on. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, I can feel you working on it. 

GARDNER I'll tell you what, Joe (garble) may not work in 

the water, but in space it's a real doozy. 

SPACECRAFT Ok Dale, negative instructions from me, do you need 
some. 



picture. Allen after he secures the MMU, will tranlate across 
down the starboard side to assist Gardner with the positioning of 
PALAPA for placement into the final berthing position. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, loss of signal through 

Golds tone r hope to acquire in about two minutes through the 
tracking and data relay satellite. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, to restate where we are 

in this procedure, we're about two hours, fifty-two minutes into 
the EVA. The first part of the EVA went very well, the flyover 
by Joe Allen in the MMU, the docking with PALAPA, the subsequent 
attitude stabilization and grapple by the robot arm of the 
shuttle to put the PALAPA in a position directly over the payload 
bay. Dale Gardner snipped off an Omni antenna, the next part of 
that procedure called for the placement of an antenna bridge 
structure across the top of the PALAPA and that is the part that 
has snagged. The antenna bridge structure won't clamp down* And 
we have acquired through the tracking and data relay satellite. 

GARDNER Whew, I got it. 

SPACECRAFT That's the same guy who did the (garble). 

GARDNER See what happened here? 

SPACECRAFT Yea. 

GARDNER Did a (garble), it throws it in there. 

ALLEN Ok, let's see the MMU is thoroughly locked in. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, and the main power's off? 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston, through TDRS. 

SPACECRAFT Garble 

SPACECRAFT Houston, Discovery, go ahead. 

CAPCOM Ok, David, we've got TDRS back up, we'd like you to 
take Ku to command, please, and we have a comment for Joe 
concerning thermal mittens when he's got a chance* 

SPACECRAFT Joe, you listening? 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04s04t02 11/12/84 PAGE 37 



ALLEN 
Jerry* 



Yep, when they turn the main power off, go ahead 



CAFCOM Ok, Joe, based upon Dale's earlier comments, I 

suggest you might at least think about getting the thermal 
mittens out of the airlock as you proceed over to grasp the 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljb 04iO2i47 11/12/84 PAGE 22 

GARDNER (garble) you can probably see what I'm doing, 

SPACECRAFT I can see it real well. The only thing to remember 
is to tether the thing, 

GARDNER There she is. Ok, I'm going to do some cutting 

first. 

SPACECRAFT Roger that, 

GARDNER Oh, maybe not, maybe I can just tether it right 

down here right now. 

SPACECRAFT If you see a convenient place, it mlght.be easier. 

PAO Mission specialist, Dale Gardner, preparing to cut 

off the graphite antenna, he'll be using a pair of clipper 
purchased from a local hardware store here in the Houston area 
and modified to be a space equipment* 

GARDNER Ok, she's tethered. 

PAO And Gardner has tied a retainer, a tether around 

the antenna, that'll be cut so the A-frame can be properly fit on 
the end. 

GARDNER I an ready to start cutting. Dr. Fisher's 

speciality. Anna, I think it's ok, 

SPACECRAFT She's listening. 

GARDNER Oh, we're alright. 

SPACECRAFT Ok . 

PAO Gardner referring to the fact that Dr, Anna Fisher, 

a medical doctor. 

GARDNER Graphite is cut. 

PAO Gardner has severed the Omni antenna. 

GARDNER Yea? we got a little bit of (garble) graphite 

pieces, not near as many as I expected, frankly. And, by the way 
I got it cut between, there was enough room between the cable 
standoff and the antenna structure, so I'm going to take the 
cable ring with me. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, good. Looks like the MRI is pretty firmly 
attached on the (garble) away from you yet. 

GARDNER Oh yea, that stuff is really something, (garble) 



STS 51 A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljb 04i02i47 11/12/84 PAGE 23 

unbelievable. Hey David, we might have a thermal phenomenon 
going on here. I may have got twelve hundred pounds In the 
right, and fourteen In the left. Either that or we discovered 
and new energy source. 

WALKER Well, you might be heating up a little bit, 

(garble) In their attitude. 

GARDNER (garble) we have a souvenir Omni antenna (garble) 

little old hand, here. 

SPACECRAFT Good for us. 

GARDNER (garble) we're going right over South Africa, 

aren't we. 

PAO And this Is Mission Control, Houston, we're 

expecting television on the next pass through Hawaii startino at 
10i01 central standard time for eight minutes and then at lOilO 
picking up through the tracking data relay satellite for nearly 
an hour until 1U04. So we are expecting live television, 
unscheduled television at those times. Again, that's starting at 
lOiOl central time over Hawaii until 10i09 picking up again at 
10U0 and going to Ili04 a.m. central standard time through the 
tracking and data relay satellite. We currently have voice 
communication with the spacecraft through TDRS, Discovery over 
South Africa, the southern part of Africa. 

GARDNER garble 

SPACECRAFT Go ahead . 

GARDNER The Omnl's off, what's next? 

SPACECRAFT Alright, we need to stow the Omni and cutter when 
the installation, during the installation of the A-frame. 

GARDNER Ok. 

SPACECRAFT And, Anna will be with you In just a second. 

PAO Gardner now moving Into the next series. 

GARDNER (garble) I'm ready to work. 

SPACECRAFT You've got to do the (garble) common bracket, don't 
you Dale? 

GARDNER Oh, you shouldn't have said that. 

PAO Gardner will be moving into the A-frame 

installation here in a few minutes. 



satellite if you're going to be exposed to high solar flux for 
long durations. 

ALLEN Ok, I'll think about that. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, the main power's off (garble) David, anything 
else you want done right now? 

WALKER Nope, this main power (garble) to go over and help 

Dale, (garble) the outside the arm. 

GARDNER Ok, do you want it by going around. 

WALKER Yea, don't go straight across, remember you got to 

get around the arm shoulder. 

GARDNER Ok, Roc,e. I'm on my way. 

WALKER And, the monkey (garble) so stay outside of the 

longeron for the transmission. 

GARDNER Ok . 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, Allen has separated from 

the manned maneuvering unit and has turned the main power off, 
fastenets curly down. He'll now translate over to the opposite 
side of the orbiter to assist Dale Gardner. That picture there 
is of the antenna bridge structure which is now down in temporary 
stowage. Just after that is the ring into which the PALAPA will 
be berthed for the trip back to earth. This is a picture of Joe 
Allen stralgtening out his tether and locking it down on the 
slide wire. 

ALLEN Ok, Dale, where do you need me now? 

GARDNER Just come over here and get yourself set where you 

can get into this dude. 

ALLEN Ok, now I want to come around. 

WALKER Dale, did you already get the tool boards on the 

MPR, the one and two two ones? 

GARDNER One (garble) there, but I got to get two, you're 

right. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04 J 04 1 02 11/12/84 PAGE 38 
WALKER Ok, no rush, I just was trying to keep track here. 

GARDNER Good figure there, David. 

WALKER I r d rather be out there with you, but if I have to 

stay in here, it's fun to watch. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljb 04 i 02 i 47 11/12/84 PAGE 24 

SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale, for review here, on the A-frame 
Installation, as soon as Anna moves it, you can tell Anna where 
you want it and she'll move it, 

GARDNER Ready? 

SPACECRAFT She's ready and listening. 

GARDNER Ok, Anna, I need a (garble) left roll, (garble) 

bracket's over there, so we need to yea, take it up first, that's 
good. Roll it so I can get into that end over there. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, she understands and she's working it. 

GARDNER Great . 

SPACECRAFT Ah, Dale. 

GARDNER Yea. 

SPACECRAFT Ah, Dale, if you want to clock it, I'm sure I could 
loosen it here and you could turn it. 

GARDNER No, it's going to work out perfect. Vou grabbed it 

right in the right spot, Joseph. 

ALLEN Well, it's going to be just like in the seesaw, I'm 

going to be working on the common bracket, right side up and the 
bumper bracket, then we'll be upside down. 

ALLEN Ok. 

GARDNER The Omni was no problem, Joe, it came off quick as 
a whistle. 

ALLEN Ok, talk to Anna. 

GARDNER Keep rolling it, Anna. I've got to go quite a bit 
further. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, momentary stop, she's checking socething. 

GARDNER Joe, once I start working you're going to have to 

stop swinging your feet like that because it imparts just enough 
motion to the satellite to make it hard to do fine work. 

ALLEN No, I'll be quiet as a little mouse. 

GARDNER Ok. I can see you making them wiggle. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) how much more roll do you need? 



GARDNER Well, right now, I'm glad you're where you're out 

because you're helping us alot to keep track of things. We're 
going to be in business here in a little bit, 

WALKER Hey, Jerry, on the ground, don't hesitate to come 

in with suggestions when you have them. 

CAPCOM Ok, we copy that and we just were querying as to 

why Joe is going down the sill there. 

WALKER We want to get him around the shoulder of the 

arm. That's in case he has to (garble) later, 

CAPCOM Understand. 

WALKER Ok, Joe, you're about to hand up. You're tether 

reel is catching, ok, there it's fixed. Ok, you're just about to 
run head first into the other end of the pallet there. 

ALLEN Ok, Dale, now, this is where you're going to be 

working. 

GARDNER You're going to be working. 

ALLEN Ok, there, ok. 

GARDNER (garble) on this thing, we've got to get these 

angles right. 

ALLEN Exactly. 

GARDNER (garble) to get up there in the hand reel and try 

to get into it. 

ALLEN Xs that the angle? 

GARDNER Well, I don't know, that's what we're going to find 

out here, pardn<%r. 

ALLEN Ok, now, my cable's coming over you. 

GARDNER Yep, you did good. Hey, twist, that one's in. 

ALLEN Ok. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04j04i02 11/12/84 PAGE 39 

GARDNER (garble) turn your heal in more. Towards your 

other heel. 

ALLEN OV. 

GARDNER Ok/ now a little further, little further, not quite 



getting down below the lip. ATmost Joe, you're almost there. 
Ok, turn it again, give it all you got, 

ALLEN (garble) the lip (garble) 

GARDNER Yea, Ok, (garble) your right heel back to the left, 

ok we don't have a good angle here, let me work on it. (garble) 
just a second, we'll get you. 

?A0 Gardner now assisting Allen as he places himself in 

a foot restraint there on the starboard side. 

GARDNER Ok, just let roe loosen (garble). 

ALLEN Ok 

GARDNER Ok, don't move, 

PAO Allen's space suit is the one with the red stripe 
around the legs. 

GARDNER Ok, Joseph, try that. You're in there, pardner. 

ALLEN Ok. 

GARDNER Now see if you can bend back, like you're going to 

grab (garble) satellite. No, you're going to be too close. 

ALLEN TO What? 

GARDNER Ok, I need to get you straighter up, the bay. 

You're going to be too close to me, see* 

ALLEN Ok, I can reach down and hold the, I'm going to 

stay here, I ain't moving. You go ahead and move me. 
Unfortunately sound like (garble) 

GARDNER garble. 

ALLEN Let's take a look a second, Dale. 

GARDNER You bend back there, are you going to be able to 

stay in that position once you get there? 

ALLEN I can stay right here for a long time. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04:04:02 11/12/84 PAGE 40 

GARDNER Ok, you're too close to PFR though, the satellite 

length is going to be too long, and ah... 

ALLEN You think it's too long? 

GARDNER Yea. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljb 04*02:47 11/12/84 PAGE 25 

GARDNER How much? I'd like another twenty degrees, 

SPACECRAFT We'll go as far as we can. 

GARDNER Ok. I'll be able to take It whatever it is. 

SPACECRAFT We're approaching a terminator Dale, you might want 
to check your lights on shortly. 

GARDNER Well I can see, the sun's still a good twenty 
degrees. 

SPACECRAFT Anna's as far as she can go. 

GARDNER Ok r Anna I need to do a little bit of orbiter pitch 
up* 

SPACECRAFT Ok, we did (garble). 

FISHER Hey Dale, I'm real close to the (garble) 
singularity, we 1 re going to have to do no more pitch up, 

GARDNER Ok. 

FISHER (garble) just try to bring it down? 

GARDNER Ok, first go toward the tail, that may help on your 

(garble) too. Ok, a little further, little further, 

FISHER No, we're at seventy four five now, we're going to 

get singularity in another half degree or so, 

GARDNER Ok, can you come down towards me? 

FISHER Yea, I'm going to do that. 

GARDNER You got to come down here just about to where I can 

reach you now. Ok, stop. Can you go towards my head now for 
about six or eight inches? Ok, let's hold it right there. 
Brakes on, Anna, 

SPACECRAFT Ok, end of line removal and then the brackets, 
cables and balance weights. 

GARDNER The carbon that's coming out of here looks like 

about the size of com flakes. There's a lot of it. Ok, David 
on the (garble) octagon on the balance weight cut but, only one 
of the weights Is on the inside of the cut out, the rest are on 
the outside. So we're in good shape with the common bracket. 

WALKER Super. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljc 04:02:47 11/12/84 PAGE 26 



ALLEN So I need to stand up atraighter? 

GARDNER Or we got to get the, this thing at a different 
angle* 

ALLEN Well, can you put me up atraighter? Right now? 

GARDNER Not with you in it. 

ALLEN Why? 

GARDNER Because it's jammed. 

ALLEN Oh, ok. 

GARDNER I had to pound it out of here hefore, Joe. 

ALLEN Well* Ok, let me come out and then you can put me 
in there, I may not be able to get in myself but... 

GARDNER Oh, dear, it dirt it again. 

ALLEN What? 

GARDNER Well, the universal joint jammed... 

ALLEN Let me come out. 

GARDNER Ok, I got it. I broke it free. 

ALLEN Ok . 

GARDNER Ok, let's put this (garble) in this hole. Now we 
need to tilt it down. 

ALLEN garble. 

GARDNER Yea, just let me tighten it down, Joe, just a 
second . 

ALLEN That's about where it was before, isn't it, Dale? 

GARDNER No, it's back toward the cabin more. 

ALLEN Oh, ok. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At ljd 04:04 s 02 11/12/84 PAGE 41 

GARDNER Now give that a try. 

ALLEN Ok. 

ALLEN garble, twister. 



GARDNER Not quite far enough, you got to go, your heel 

farther to your left. Ok, now you're in. 

ALLEN Ok, now I'm in. Ok? 

GARDNER Ok, Now bend back once. 

ALLEN (garble) 

GARDNER Ok, You think. 

ALLEN I think, why not? 

GARDNER I'm going to disassociate myself from you here. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, I want an EMU status (garble) from you guys 
when you get a chance, 

GARDNER (garble) we got to start (garble), we can't read 

these in daylight. 

ALI/EN We can't read them, Davil. (garble) 

ALLEN I got three (garble), 3:*4, 4:20 left, 59% power, 

64% 02, I'm in good shape. 

SPACECRAFT How's Dale? 

GARDNER (garble) 04. Four eighteen, 59% power, 35% 02. 

Joe? 

SPACECRAFT Ok, good, 

GARDNER 01:, David, what I'd like to do is rather than get 

(garble) and try to get rid of one and all that right now, I have 
the power tool which is all I need to soft dock it. 

SPACECRAFT Ok. 

GARDNER I would like to go ahead and try to do that, then 

if I get that on there then I'll go ahead and get the other tool 
board out so I don't, you know, go through this more than once. 
Is that Ok with you? 

SPACECRAFT Yep, that sounds good. Good suggestion. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04s04x02 11/12/84 PAGE 42 

GARDNER And I can always go back and get the ole torque 

wrench when I need it. 

SPACECRAFT Ok. 

GARDNER I think we're ready to start. 



SPACECRAFT Ok . 



GARDNER Yea, now, Anna, you're going to present antenna 

into me, I want to inspect it a few minutes to see if there's a 
place I might tether to in addition to holding on to the floor 
bar, 

FISHER Ok, I'll bring it over and you just tell me where 

you want it. 

GARDNER Ok . 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, with Allen now secured in 

that foot restraint, one of the most time consuming parts of this 
contingency operation now behind them. That usually takes a 
little a while to make that happen. Gardner now going down to 
get the tools and PALAPA now being swung over. The arm is 
grappled onto the stinger grapple fixture which is on the other 
end of the PALAPA. 

GARDNER Find me a place. Ok, Anna, now just a seond, ok, 

it's going to have to, the top end's going to have to go aft and 
I hope this is going to be possible for you. And then the the 
bottom end's going to have to reck towards me. 

SPACECRAFT Looks good. Dale. 

GARDNER Ok, while they're doing that Dave, let's talk a 

second. 



WALKER Ok. 

GARDNER (garble) go to adapter installation. I have, 

obviously we're skipping the tool board. I have put the TIM onto 
the PIM adapter, it's tethered? 

SPACECRAFT Right. 

GARDNER I have inspected the (garble), they're all open. 



SPACECRAFT Ok, you're in the MFR. 

GARDNER I'm in the MFR and my power tool is here ready to 

go as soon as Dr. Allen shows me sunlight. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 0/is04s02 11/12/84 PAGE 43 

SPACECRAFT Ok, I think you're ready, you can just lay there 
and leave your brain running while your body rests a second. 

GARDNER Ok, my body's in fine shape. I really haven't been 

working that hard, frankly. Been mostly mental, not physical. I 
wish I could say it was different. In fact I'm turning my 



cooling. •• 

ALLEN Ok, Anna, bring it to me, bring it to me and I'm 

thinking I might . .. (garble) wait a minute, 

GARDNER I need to call time out too, I didn't realize 

something, I don't have enough tethers to (garble) the 
stinger. Wait a minute, do we ha*e to temporarily stow it or can 
I put it right back in here? 

WALKER I think you can put it right back in there, Dale, 

GARDNER Yea, we 1 re going to berth it by hand, right. 

WALKER Yea, you don't get ... 

GARDNER I cancel my time out. 

ALLEN Ok, David, or Dale, there's also my other tether 

that's on the FFF which I should have gotten, but didn't. 

GARDNER Ok, tally-ho. 

ALLEN I'm ok. 

GARDNER Ok. 

WALKER Al/ight wait a minute, the reason I want to stop is 

you need to be real careful right here. Dale, we're going to 
need your help. The grapple fixture, and we don't have a real 
good view of it, when he starts handling it, h*'s not going to be 
able to see it. You're going to have to help him keep that 
satellite off the MFR grapple fixture. 

ALLEN So, I'm going to keep it down more towards ship 

than fore/aft. 

WALKER Ok, I just want to caution you that,.. 

GARDNER Ok, yea. 

WALKER ...impail it on that MFR grapple fixture. I don't 

think you'll be able to see it once you have hold of it. 

GARDNER I see what you're saying. Ok. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Atljd 04:04:02 11/12/64 PAGE 44 

WALKER garble, clear that Dale? 

GARDNER Yea. 

WALKER Ok, now go ahead Joe, talk to Anna. 



ALLEN Ok, Anna, I'm 9oing to put, if you'll bring it J.n 

closer to me. . . 



FISHER 



Ok 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02:39 11/14/84 PAGE 1 
SPACECRAFT now CPA use, 
SPACECRAFT (Garble) earlier today. 

SPACECRAFT Well we're not having any trouble getting posted 
the other satellite in the PAM function. 

SPACECRAFT I will not let you get too close to anything. 
What's your (garble) Dale? 

SPACECRAFT A2 and 21. 

SPACECRAFT You r re in good shape. 

SPACECRAFT The real attitude to hold that really uses up in 

side (garble), Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Yes I know it does. 

SPACECRAFT Sometimes it would sit there and just pull like 
for 10 or IS seconds at a time. 

SPACECRAFT It's dark out here. We're having such a bright 
moon today. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. (Garble) you, Joe and Dale. One down one 
to go and we have good sunrise* Rick will not need the RMS, it's 
going to head back down and Joe will be getting the arm ready for 
grapple. 

SPACECRAFT Sounds great. 

SPACECRAFT And (garble) long pass we should be able to get it 
all done* 

SPACECRAFT Where's you 1 re cooling Dale? 

SPACZCRAFT (Garble) full hot and a little chilly. It's okay. 
SPACECRAFT All right. 

SPACECRAFT And its 200 tilt back towards Joe a little bit now 
isn't it? 

SPACECRAFT Yes* 

SPACECRAFT Okay, David. Lets see if we can run through that 
little check what we have to do before heading out. 

SPACECRAFT Sounds good to me* 

SPACECRAFT Okay* Read it to me. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00 : 02 1 39 11/14/84 PAGE 2 
SPACECRAFT Okay, one last check of the approx. 
SPACECRAFT (Garble) told you there 22 and 21. 

Okay, you 1 re good for that. Helmet lights on, I 



Roger that. 

Five O safety pin release? 
It's full. 
(Garble) clockwise? 
It's clockwise. 

Give me a call (garble) otherwise I'll call you in 



SPACECRAFT 
can see them. 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
a few seconds. 

SPACECRAFT I'm already pitched up. I'm going to start right 
out (garble) David. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, and get ready for visors, sun's going to 
come out. 

SPACECRAFT Look at the city (garble), Dale. Look at that, 
look at the cities. 

SPACECRAFT What land mass are we over? 
SPACECRAFT Probably Mexico. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, There's fire flies out there, Dale. 
SPACECRAFT (Garble). 

SPACECRAFT Here comes the sun. Looks like a red fire. 
SPACECRAFT Right on the tail. 

SPACECRAFT Hey Joe. My tether is clear of you. I mean, your 
tether is clear of me. Right? 

SPACECRAFT Yes. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO Mission Control. Transitioning television to Mila. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, David. And I won't go until you tell me its 
bright enough. ^ 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02:39 11/14/84 PAGE 3 

Okay, I'm going to get a little key from Rick for 



Okay. 

And you 1 re not going to (garble) that one of 

No problem. Allen don't like to fly at night. 
Isn't that a pretty spin? One with (garble). 
AVFR. That was a fire (garble). 
Look at that sun. 

Okay, your 



SPACECRAFT 
that one, 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
course. 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) a little closer, Dale 
suppose to be in the bay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, check and see either on, the R on the set 
staff. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) I can see that. You're fairly close to 
the forward bulkhead, Dale. So (garble) your seat just a little 
- (garble) close to the satellite a bit soon. 

SPACECRAFT Get clear of me, Dale. Good (garble). 

PAO Garnder now going in after Westar. 

SPACECRAFT You have that your visors down, right? 

SPACECRAFT Visors down. 

SPACECRAFT Thank you. 

You need to go close your feet just a little 



SPACECRAFT 
bit, (Garble) ♦ 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 



Why is that? 

Because your pretty close to the forward bulkhead. 
The forward bulkhead? 
And moving to the port - 
- get hitched. 



SPACECRAFT Okay. Just point your shield a little bit. Do 
you see the end fixture on the arm? 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02:39 11/14/84 PAGE 4 

SPACECRAFT Yes, I have it all on view, Dave. I'm going to 
fly out between them here, 

SPACECRAFT You will be clear on your right. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I can see the arm on my right so I can stay 
clear of it. No problem. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going to block your end effector camera 
for a second here as I go between you. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Sorry Anna, Rick. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, do you plan to yaw around? 

SPACECRAFT That's affirmative. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you look super incidently. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) going post to the end effector 
because I don't want to get too close to the satellite, okay? 

SPACECRAFT You're doing good. You've got about - got about 
14 feet till you get to the satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I just don't want to plume it here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. You have more than that, go on out there. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I won't do my yaw till I see I'm clear of 
the end effector. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph. You can start working your (garble) 
fire stuff. 141 talk to ycu. 

SPACECRAFT No way. (Garble). 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you got (garble) if you want to 

SPACECRAFT I'll have it ready by the time Anna gets down. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you got about 3 feet, no more than that with 
the end effector down. 

SPACECRAFT Got past it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I can't tell (garble). 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00*02*39 11/14/84 PAGE 5 

SPACECRAFT Yes, I waited till it was past my range 3 o'clock 
and gave it a few potatoes and that made my maneuver. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, it's just outside your field of view. You 
should see it after left eye (garble) here shortly. 

SPACECRAFT The end effector? 

SPACECRAFT Yes. 

SPACECRAFT I'm 12 feet behind it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Thats (garble). I really can't tell all 
that well surprisingly. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. That looks real nice. No problem. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Give me another prop check here before you 
start docking. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm 19 and 18. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. (Garble) based on that. 
SPACECRAFT Think I got enough? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, and you're clear to dock. (Garble) 
measure. Watch out for the sun. 

SPACECRAFT Yes* if it gets in my eyes I'm going to do a 180 
roll. 

SPACECRAFT Okay* 

PAO Gardner will do a 180 roll to keep the sun out of 

his eyes, let the shadow of the satellite to keep the sun out of 
his eyes. Satellite rotation about 2 rpra. 

SPACECRAFT Looking real pretty. 

PAO And autoable exclamation in Mission Control with 

this magnificent shot. 

SPACECRAFT That's coming up towards your chest* 

SPACECRAFT Oh yes, I see what you're talking about. Oh, 
good. Now the Orbiter's blocking the sun. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, don't hesitate to (garble). 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02:39 11/14/64 PAGE 6 

SPACECRAFT He's looking good. He's lining it up now. He's 
lining it up, you're looking good to me, Dale. Moving rate is 
real slow with it. There you go. It's like about a tenth. 

SPACECRAFT Call when he's in Joe. 

SPACECRAFT I think he's starting penetration. 

SPACECRAFT Looking good, Dale. Going for toggle, 

SPACECRAFT The toggle, they got it, 

SPACECRAFT Cycle (garble). 

SPACECRAFT The cycle on. (Garble) giving it a good knock. 
Okay. Cycle the gyro power off and back on. Start the torque 
dual speed disk. Joe? 

SPACECRAFT Yes? 

SPACECRAFT It's just like you said. 
SPACECRAFT You done good, Dr. J. 

SPACECRAFT Just like you said partner. Okay, while I'm 
torqued, I got 1300 and 1200. (Garble) sets itself up 
beautifully. Doesn't require any work. Look at tnat. I mean 
it's just standing perfectly on that thing. Okay, I've done the 
speed disk and I'm going for the ratchet, David. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

p A0 Mission Control. Passing through Mila keyhole. We 

may get a free snatch of TV. 

SPACECRAFT Houston, you can have camera A. 
CAPCOM Roger, thank you. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, the ratchet is broken over, I'll hard 
dock. And Joe I didn't even feel myself spitup. It was Just 
like you said. And I stand (garble) staf hole, it's you re call, 
David. Oh, Dave? 

SPACECRAFT Yes sir. 

SPACECRAFT I'm standing by on the sad staff attitude hold 
call whea you • re ready. 

SPACECRAFT Sad staff attitude hold, mark. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02:39 11/14/84 PAGE 7 

SPACECRAFT Here goes. It's firing. Boy, she stopped. How 
would you like that? 

SPACECRAFT Nice. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) ends. Look at that f look at that I 

SPACECRAFT Okay, David. Are you ready for me? Got to go 
back to work? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, go back to work. 

SPACECRAFT I was afraid you'd say that. Dave, that 

stabilization took essentially no problem. My gauges didn t even 
move. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, great. It looks super. I just waited till 
I saw you're seat and called it. 

SPACECRAFT That was good. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, David, I r ra going to reconfigure. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, good. Let me read you a couple of things. 

SPACECRAFT What do you know, even Anna (garble) could do it. 

SPACECRAFT Great! 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I got it tilt. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) and let me see what youlre doing. I've 
got to wiggle around Rick here a second. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). Rotate it down. 

p A0 Mission Control. Meanwhile aboard the discovery 

propellant usage very low on this stationkeeping. The Orbiter is 
very stable. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, you're going to want to get your tether over 
the top of it. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, hang on just a second, David. I've to pull 
the - 

SPACECRAFT - seat down, yes you're going tc have to 
straighten the cover restraint to. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:02j39 11/14/84 PAGE 8 

SPACECRAFT That looks good. Now you can fold her up. No 
wait a minute f Joe. Don't do it yet. You're tether is going to 
go right into that thing. 

SPACECRAFT I'm going to go on the other side and the sun up, 
Joe's up there - 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) having a sign in the bay here shortly. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, your visor is going to be your partner for 
minute (garble) 

SPACECRAFT Okay thank you, Dave. Good call because it's now 
Down now. Dale comes up - okay, it's tilted up and I'm am 
essentially - 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you can now start working your tethers. 

SPACECRAFT Before I do what with them? What do I need to do 
with tethers? 

SPACECRAFT Well not yet I guess. You need to - (garble) you 
need to do them not yet. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) kinds of wasted the RMS there, Joseph. 
That's all. 

SPACECRAFT Is the RMS on the way? 

SPACECRAFT It's working. I'm here shortly. Just keep you 
much doing and then you'll be ready in plenty of time. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) trying to get (garble). 

SPACECRAFT To get what? 

SPACECRAFT The RMS is coming. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) news. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, make sure that you're in good shape to let 
it loose because you don't have a tether now. And - 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) a minute, there you are. 

SPACECRAFT All right. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:22:09 11/14/84 PAGE 9 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe. Anna has the arm and is right above 
you. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT But it's still quite a ways away. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. You wanted co bring it down didn't you? 

SPACECRAFT No (garble) I wanted to just come get it. I can't 
leave this position, David. 

SPACECRAFT Okay . 

SPACECRAFT (garble) right where I am. (Garble) like 6 inches 
over the grapple fixture. 

SPACECRAFT Yes. She's going to being it down very very 
close* 

PAO Mission Control Houston. We'll have a satellite 

playback of the orbit 96 MMU flyover at 6:45 am CST. 

SPACECRAFT Move it a little more and I'll put her right In 
there. (Garble) like any other (garble) that's correct. 

SPACECRAFT - a second, Joseph . 

SPACECRAFT Pardon me? 



SPACECRAFT You have plenty of time. She's going to bring ir 
in a little closer and she's opening the stairs. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 

SPACECRAFT You can tell her what she thinks she needs to do. 

SPACECRAFT I'm just going to lift her up here Anna if you 
want. 

SPACECRAFT When you're ready lift up. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, It's snared Anna now. I don't see any 

reason you can't - pull it in. 

PAO Mission Specialist, Anna Fisher, doing manual 

grapple on the MFR at this point. 

SPACECRAFT - this better. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 2 
SPACECRAFT Agree, Anna, keep it coming. 

SPACECRAFT Is my back pretty close to the C guide back here? 

SPACECRAFT Fairly close. I wouldn't look back anymore. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Well, I keep enough angle like this. 

SPACECRAFT You know it will touch the side over here if I put 
a sill. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Eddie, you can come another 8 or 10 inches 
here. Dale you're steady as a rock. 

SPACECRAFT But of course. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Anna, lets try it right here once. I don't 
want to be too close to put this on. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe, set up your fuel supplier — put a basic 
valve — that's probably going to be me. 

SPACECRAFT I hope it's you 

SPACECRAFT Thanks a lot, Joseph. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Very good. And I'll just try to hold it 
tteady. Okay? 

SPACECRAFT I won't react real hard against the (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Try not to let it move to much. 

SPACECRAFT If you want it rolled, Dale, I can roll it. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) it's just the nozzle cover so I think I 
don't need that right now. 

PA 0 Dale Gardner attaching the cover over the rocket 

nozzle. The crew is manually managing that satellite. Haying 
abandoned soma of the hardware originally designed for handling 
that equipment. 

SPACECRAFT Discovery. You got less than a minute to go. 
Everything was fine on the big soar. You all are LOS. 

CAPCOM Okay, Dale., thank you. We appreciate that. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, push it down towards me — It's coming up away 
from me. 



STS Sl-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:22:09 11/14/84 PAGE 10 

SPACECRAFT Get those CAMS lined up, Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Anna, pall the arm down - 

SPACECRAFT Don't pull the arm, Joe, leave it where it is. 

SPACECRAFT I won't but pull down closer. I can get it ~ the 
arm has got to come down. There you go. Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, that thing has to come - has to rotate 
towards the cabin a little bit. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, she's going to have to loosen something - 
really got to. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, she's going to open it up. 
SPACECRAFT Okay* 

SPACECRAFT You want that finished at 180 out from the end 
effector on this. It's got to come About 10 degrees this way. 
What's wrong with that. Go ahead and get it. 

SPACECRAFT is it in the snares? You can't tell can you, Joe? 
SPACECRAFT Go ahead - the balls are up in the socket. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, we're going to (garble) you guys. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT We've captured, we're going to vigidize now. 
Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now wait just a second. I think I see -I'm 
going to come up on it. Don't do anything. There is a grapple 
fixture. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble)? 

SPACECRAFT A tether - this is peachy. On the inside of the 
workstation. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. You 1 re about %Q get a PP02 

alarm - 

SPACECRAFT Okay, there you go, Anna. 

CAPCOM When it's feasible, I'd like you to close the 

complete orbit - 



STS Sl-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:22:09 11/14/84 PAGE 11 

SPACECRAFT Joe, get on the other side. There you go. It 
should come right up now, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT No, wait, wait just a second, Anna, wait just a 
second. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT I don't believe this. Vou know that is a real 
zap. Those yellow (garble) have to come up - 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, wait a minute. Don't pull it out. Don't 
worry. I've got to get that tether out of there. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, no. Get your hand out of there. 
SPACECRAFT It's not - 

SPACECRAFT Joe, keep your fingers out of there. You're going 
to get them caught. 

SPACECRAFT I can pull it out if - 

SPACECRAFT Okay, we extended, Joe and the - 

PA0 Mission Control Houston. A reminder this is not 

H?e television select. This is a replay of the Pilous orbits 
TV through Hawaii, Goldstone, Mila. Our next live television 
will come down through those same tracking stations in about 1 
hour . 

SPACECRAFT I cannot believe the tether on the inside would do 
that. Okay, hang on a sec. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, what's happening is it looks like the end 
Sector tether to the MFR is keeping us from lining up properly. 

SPACECRAFT No, it's the wrist tether that we hung on it Dale. 

SPACECRAFT What? 

SPACECRAFT That wrist tether we put on there? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, believe that. 

SPACECRAFT Did you get it out? 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 3 

SPACECRAFT {garble) it needs to come — well, I won't worry 
about left and right now, 

SPACECRAFT No, I moved it left and right on purpose, Dave. 

SPACECRAFT Is that enough forward? Do you want it down more, 
Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT We all just work together on it now, and I'll only 
talk if it starts to get out of hand. 

SPACECRAFT All the fix are joined if you will go with (garble) 
and move it around the bay, okay? 

SPACECRAFT I copy — 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm not going to do it — just going to try 
to keep it from coming back up. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO This is Mission Control. Dale Gardner working to 

complete the attachment of the nozzle cover. 

SPACECRAFT Dave, did you have any trouble with those pushes. 
SPACECRAFT No, I'm doing okay. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, could you look down at your seat while you're 
doing this and see what the top of the satellite is going raise a 
few feet. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. Good. 

SPACECRAFT No, I can maneuver with that as a reference, but 
that's the only reference I got, David. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. That's a good reference. 

SPACECRAFT Just let Dale put it where he wants it for now. 

SPACECRAFT It is the (garble) link, Joe. Vou just see how 
(garble), you are? 

SPACECRAFT (garble) i', 's just easiest to be when I do that. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 4 

PAO Askewed from the elbow joint camera on the 

mechanical arm, and we can see Joe Allen on the end of the arm 
holding the top of the satellite. 

SPACECRAFT How would you like them right now? If we could 
stiffen up the pivot end — 

SPACECRAFT Okay. But, Dave, see I could put it wherever I 
want so it's very comfortable here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Move it in. Now move it an inch. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm with go jo — the cover is on, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I've got it with two (garble). 

SPACECRAFT And it's lifted up out of the way so, Anna, why 
don't you take Joe up a couple of (garble) when I get the adapter 
in here — it's out of my way. 

SPACECRAFT Will do that. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm going back after the two tools. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston, handing to TDRS and will get 

more TV through Goldstone. 

PAO Mission Control. We've lost contact with the 

Spacecraft through the Hawaii station. We'll be picking up 
momentarily for voice through the tracking data relay 
satellite. Then we should get more television — What we were 
looking at there just a few moments ago was the — 

SPACECRAFT I'll tell (garble) looks easy. When I walk off 
this tether, it's like a whole different EVA. You know that? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, the tether is a ~ 

SPACECRAFT It's amazing. It's just like — it's not even the 
same show anymore. 

SPACECRAFT Roger that. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, well that will get it to sunrise. 
SPACECRAFT Oh, great , I could use the light. 



STS 51 -A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00 : 22 i 09 11/14/84 PAGE 12 

SPACECRAFT Hang on just a second, I going to take it out. 
Just don't unsnare it Anna. 

SPACECRAFT She won't. It's captured. You're in good 
condition. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now. Have me light, let's see I got a derara 
like this, don't I? 

SPACECRAFT Joe, it's got to come around to your left, 

SPACECRAFT It's got to come like this doesn't it? 

SPACECRAFT Yes, It needs to be 180 out from the camera which 
is right by your left hand. Or your right hand excuse me. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I just put it opposite your right hand, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I think it's good, 

SPACECRAFT A little bit more (garble). 

SPACECRAFT Okay, it looks lined to me right now. 

SPACECRAFT That's looks good. 

SPACECRAFT It looks alined. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, see if you can push it towards the center 
line a little bit. That's good. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, go ahead, Anna. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). Perfect, perfect, perfect, perfect. 
Okay, sorry to cause the trouble. 

SPACECRAFT Now let me get oriented to where I are. 

SPACECRAFT Anna's still rigidizing, sort of hang - 

SPACECRAFT Let me - I don't want to get my tether (garble) - 

SPACECRAFT I've got to come like this. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) unfold the (garble) now. 

PAO Mission Control, Anna Fisher has the end effector 

hooked up on the remote manipulator foot restraint. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) get that folded. 

PAO (Garble) in his ceased motion. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 5 

SPACECRAFT And when we get there, it's going to be lighter 
time. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, I want you to move that satellite back out a 
little bit to your right, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, it's coming right, David. 

PAO And this is Mission Control. We expect to get 

television through the Goldstone station here very briefly. 

SPACECRAFT Just going to hold it right there. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'll pick up the angle from my feet. 

SPACECRAFT Is that about correct? 

SPACECRAFT No, you're going to have to move it some more, I 
just want to get it away from the cabin. 

SPACECRAFT That's good. 

SPACECRAFT I want to show you what a job he did on the shower 
curtain. 

SPACECRAFT Well, he did a nice job on the shower curtain. 

SPACECRAFT And you're doing a nice job of hanging onto that 
thing. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) 

SPACECRAFT Sixty foot advisor call. 

SPACECRAFT We would probably appreciate it. Where he could 
reach is — 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, but my hand is a little wrapped up. 

SPACECRAFT You're dogging lights are on and pointing straight 
up. One pointing straight up. 

SPACECRAFT Ah, hah. Very good. They caught us. 

SPACECRAFT I didn't want you to run the battery down for God's 
sake. 

SPACECRAFT This is eagle light time to get new batteries. 

SPACECRAFT I know, but — 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00j22i09 11/14/84 PAGE 13 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph. Now you have to do, now you have to 
tether. The MFR to the RMS. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT And you're now moving at a rapid (garble). 27 
minutes to sunset. I'll talk you through it. You still have 
plenty of time. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT We're with you. 

CAPCOM Roger. We see your (garble) for PP02 went 

feasible. We'd like you to close complete orrophis. 

SPACECRAFT It's tethered. And (garble) tethered myself. 
(Garble) . 

PAO Mission Control. Joe Allen now tethereing himself 

to the Westar satellite. He is - 

SPACECRAFT Safety tether. I know where the safety tether is. 
SPACECRAFT Outer space. 

PAO Joe Allen in the process of tethering himself to 

the Westar satellite. He's also - his feet are locked into the 
manipulator foot restraint which Is now on the end of the robot 
arm. Dale Gardner is also still attached by the stinger in the 
MMU to Westar. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, your waist tether with your safety tether 

attached has to go to the I SOL. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dave. You checked it on the patch? I think 
I am? 

SPACECRAFT Can't really see from here, Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I am. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, it's pulling. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now I'm go to the I-bolt with my safety 
tether. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00t22i09 11/14/84 PAGE 14 

spacecraft Okay, you got (garble) come ov.r the top, over 
tffS^ot that Wra wrapping It «ou«d tht 
tether; Your right hand has got to come over that - there you 
go* 

SPACECRAFT Nice cail# David . Got It. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, do you want to lock it, Joe? 

SPACECRAFT Ye 8. 

SPACECRAFT She's going to raise the MFR just slightly* 

SPACECRAFT Okay, It's unlocked. And (garble) ingress. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Anna's going to start moving It. (Garble) 
very slowly. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, are your finely coming up here to see me? 

SPACECRAFT You've been having fun, Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joseph. Anna's going to /tart aovi "fl «»• 
arm up to get you out of the bay and we wanted to touch that with 
you except to tell you what's happening. 



SPACECRAFT 



Okay. 



SPACECRAFT Let her rip. Sorry to take so long, David. We're 
still - what's our time? 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
Joe. 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
of the way. 

SPACECRAFT 



20 minutes till sunset. 
We've got lots of time. 

(Garble} get the extension out of your way there, 

Pardon me? 
(Garble) . 
Okay. 

Dale, I'm wondering how much I should put it out 
Let's see. I'd get it back to a 135. You don't 



want it there getting it in the way of the satellite. 
SPACECRAFT 135 right, Joe. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE € 

SPACECRAFT Crisis time. We're going to be in the personal 
cassette recorder batteries before long. 

SPACECRAFT I thought we already were. 

PAO Mission Specialist, Joe Allen now hanging on to the 

end of the satellite there to stabilize it. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, we're going to be moving you up a little 
more. I'd forgotten how tall Dale is. 

SPACECRAFT Ah r yes. 

SPACECRAFT When he gets into that T05 — don't want him to 
bump into the bottom of the satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO Mission Control. The — 

SPACECRAFT — reclose the hood — 

PAO Mission Control. The laughter we heard a couple of 

minutes ago here in the flight control room, flight controllers 
amused, Allen has his camera with him and expected him — he is 
known as a good ametuer photographer and half expected him to ask 
Gordon to hold the satellite while he got a couple of snapshots. 

SPACECRAFT We can aee the nozzle — shower cap pretty well now 
and so we're going to take a couple of pictures of it while 
you're conveniently located. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Want me to rock it more to you? 

SPACECRAFT No. It's okay. I'll tell you when if we do. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Well, Dale, if there's anything you'd like to 
change about that TSR angle, now is the time. 

SPACECRAFT Well, it's ~ I need (garble) needs to be placed up 
a little bit too. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, I didn't want to make it to tight, Dale r 
least you had to redo it yourself. 

SPACECRAFT You did right. You did exactly right. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00*22*09 11/14/84 PAGE 15 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Skip that camera tether down on that. 

SPACECRAFT That's what caused trouble before. She may get the 
tip of the thickness of the tether was enough not to make that 
thing sit. 

SPACECRAFT Dave, when you started having all those problems I 
went to free drift here to see (garble) so if you see anything 
coming out of her (garble) today you do the Job around hold 
again. 

SPACECRAFT You're getting better by the moment. 

SPACECRAFT See? It all worked out. Besides I got a better 
view this way. 

SPACECRAFT Oh boy I 

SPACECRAFT What* s wrong # Joe? 

SPACECRAFT Oh, that rotation train was really tough. When 
you pull it It feels like it may - you've got to go another half 
and inch before it finally snaps. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, okay. Dale? 

SPACECRAFT V«*. 

SPACECRAFT You're drifting into a good attitude. And in a 
litte while I'm going to give you an at hold and till you name 
the (garble) another small pitch or slight roll, (Garble) get 
you into a good attitude. 

SPACECRAFT Super, I can see him. I'm going to need a pitch 
down and a roll (garble) aren't I? 

SPACECRAFT I agree. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT What* a your gas? 

SPACECRAFT It's etill the same. I'm in free drift. I 
haven't used any. 

SPACECRAFT How's the disk? 

SPACECRAFT 13 and 11. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND Afc2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 7 
SPACECRAFT You know ray record on the tightness of hand grip, 
SPACECRAFT No, remind me. 



SPACECRAFT 



Later. 



PA0 Mission Specialist, Dale Gardner, working with some 

of the tools there preparing to gat ready to attach the 
structural frame work to the bottom of the satellite. Joe Allen 
continuing to hold the WESTAR by its antenna as he stands on the 
end of the mechanical arm. Orbiter passing over the coast of 
Baha, California, now. The sun just coming up on the Earth 
below. Orbiter is already in sunlight. Allen managing to hang 
on carefully to the satellite not moving to fast in any direction 
so that it doesn't build up any momentum. There 1 re man-handling 
the satellite much as they did on the recovery of PALAPA two days 
ago. This time slightly different techniques with Allen on the 
end of the mechanical arm rather than near the side of the 
Orbiter's payload bay. They reported that it s going be tter 
today this way, and they are about an hour ahead of the timeline 
as laid out for them yesterday. Shuttle is passing over the west 
coast of Mexico now from the Pacific. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, before you. finish, with the forward stinger 
in there, you may want to think about tilting that thing a little 
bit more towards the starboard wing to get yourself up a little 
further out of the bay than you ordinary like to work in. You 
can do that and still reach the adapter. 



SPACECRAFT 



I don't think I can do that. 



SPACECRAFT This job with the stinger, I don't understand. Is 
it close to my head or something? 

SPACECRAFT Well, it looks like when you — we're not sure — 
but it looks like you might be kind of close to it when you try 
to put the adapter on. But I think you're okay. It's a clean-up 
— not an essential. 

SPACECRAFT What's the land mass, Dave? 
SPACECRAFT Say it again. 

SPACECRAFT Well, I think we're coming up on Mexico again. 
SPACECRAFT Oh, yes. 

SPACECRAFT You r re left foot's in. You're right foot's not. 
SPACECRAFT Actually neither of them are. 



SPACECRAFT 



And neither is the TFR tape. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:28:00 11/14/84 PAGE 8 
SPACECRAFT You've got more things moving than I thought* 
SPACECRAFT Yep, just let me look at this, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We'll be advising you. Now, you've got a 
tether under your right leg and it's — there you go. 

SPACECRAFT Lots of time, Dale. You may want to lock that 
tether reel again. 

SPACECRAFT ( garble ) 

SPACECRAFT Say again. 

SPACECRAFT It is. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, okay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) sits in but she can — now the left 

one's almost in. Got them both. Nope, the left one's still not 
in. 

SPACECRAFT Which way does it have to go. 

SPACECRAFT Needs to go forward and to the left. 

PAO This is Mission Control. We are getting our 

television again through the Merritt Island station. 

SPACECRAFT What about now? 

SPACECRAFT Nope. 

SPACECRAFT Now, I got it. 

SPACECRAFT You know, you have restored my faith in you, and I 
though we were here once before. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, help me get rid of this. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe, we're about to go to work. I am in the 
PFR again. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, you just lost a wrench, Dale. 

SPACECRAFT where did it go? 

SPACECRAFT Just came off the tether. 

SPACECRAFT Where did it go? 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00t22:09 11/14/84 PAGE 16 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'll tell you what. Let's go ahead and take 
an attitude hold now. 



Okay. There it is, 

Joe, give me a little bit of a roll right. 
It's teen (garble) hold stop working here for a 

Okay, tell me when it stops if you're not moveing 

Okay, roll right. 
Roll right. 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
second. 

SPACECRAFT 
the (garble) 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT Okay, mark. How you doing, Joe? Did you get that 
extension over there? 

SPACECRAFT Yes . 

SPACECRAFT Bob and roll. 

SPACECRAFT Bob and a roll. 

SPACECRAFT Oh boy, what a vlewl Which end are you? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, pitch down, Dale? 

SPACECRAFT pitch down. 

SPACECRAFT Stop the pitch. 

SPACECRAFT Stopping the pitch. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, I can see your shadow on sun shield, looks 
like your coming up here. 

SPACECRAFT Looking great. 

SPACECRAFT Have you been taking pictures? 

SPACECRAFT Joe, (garble) one to the right. 

SPACECRAFT I'm sorry say again. 

SPACECRAFT will that extension go anymore to the right, Joe? 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 9 

SPACECRAFT It went towards the payload bay or towards the 
cabin-it's up against the forward cabin bulkhead. Can you see 
it? 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
PAO 



(garble) I don't see anything. 
It was the torque wrench. 
Oh, yeah, I see it. 
Dale? 

Just a second. 



FAU Gardner going after a wayward wrench that drifted 

off awav after (garble) become detached from its tether. 
P^ticuLfly the small items have to be tied down to avoid having 
them float away in space. 

SPACECRAFT Come off the tether or did the tether point come 
loose? 

SPACECRAFT Well, now that I can relax after moving 25 miles an 
hour here, I'll figure it t:ut. 



Geminiel 

(garble) we're not putting any translation in that. 
Was it on the min workstation and those jaws let 



waist (garble). Let's see what 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
go again? 

SPACECRAFT No, it was on my 
has happened here. 

SPACECRAFT I don't know. I must have thrust both black book, 
that's all I can figure out. 



Okay. Let me go back to business here. Sorry 

Good chance, David. Good eye. 
Got through taking all that extra money for. 



SPACECRAFT 
about that. 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT We're going over several volcanos here. One, two, 
three of them. A two are smoking and one looks like it's active. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Those, I guess, are the Guadamalawans. 
SPACECRAFT Yep, you're right. 



) 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00i40ll0 11/14/84 PAGE 17 

spacecraft David, he pulled so hard I'm afraid 1*11 get it 
Sck. I'm having a hard time bending down and getting enough 
forward force tome. I've got lots of room to work here. All 
the room in the world. 



Okay. 

Sort of like a security blanket. Something to 

All right. Are you happy? 
How's my attitude Dave? 
Your attitude looks pretty good. 
I think you're perfect. 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
hold on to. 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT You're feet are right towards to cabin and I can 
roll you a little bit but there's no point. 

SPACECRAFT No it doesn't matter to me. It's for Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, you're going to present it to hira really 
nicely. 

SPACECRAFT It's beautiful. 

SPACECRAFT It feels like it's so high above the payload bay. 

SPACECRAFT It's looks like your high. 

SPACECRAFT Feel funny out there NFR? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale. Standby for a cycle gyro power. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT I f m one foot away from now. Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Fantastic. 

SPACECRAFT I'm going to touch the omni now. I'm touching it. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) cycle gyro power. 

SPACECRAFT I'm not putting too much - 

SPACECRAFT Cycle power, there you go. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 10 
SPACECRAFT (garble) eagle eye set up, 

PA0 Mission Control. The Discovery just passed over 

the Yucatan Pennisula. 

SPACECRAFT Yucatan is listing, we're going over Costa Rico, 

SPACECRAFT Can't hear you — beautiful, Frank, I can see all 
of it. 

CAPCOM Roger, we copy that. I think Franklin's saluting. 

SPACECRAFT Well, it looks to mo like there maybe just enough 
play in that big tether hook to let that thing loose. 

SPACECRAFT Just a second. I'll talk to you when I get in this 
state again. 

PA0 Mission Control. They were referring to astronaut 

Franklin Chaing a native of Costa Rico. 

SPACECRAFT It's tethered now, all right. 

SPACECRAFT Is the seal hooked? 

SPACECRAFT I can't tell right this instance. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) 

SPACECRAFT He say seal okay. 

SPACECRAFT Feels good. 

SPACECRAFT All right. Nica work, incidently. That was us 
quijk of translation I've seen anybody do without getting hurt. 

SPACECRAFT I hate to lose my tools. 

SPACECRAFT Gardner back in place after retrieving a wayward 
wrench. 

SPACECRAFT A camera — and it was doing up and I knew if I 

didn't get there quick, I'd never get there. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, sports fans. 

SPACECRAFT Flip the page, David, page two. 

SPACECRAFT Hang on a second* 

SPACECRAFT Hey, I can look over and see that all these adapter 

latches are opened up and free ( 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00i40*10 11/14/84 PAGE 18 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) cycles, 

SPACECRAFT I'm going to take it under my arm. 

SPACECRAFT Don't move it too fast, Joe, It's - you've got 
trice the (garble) here* 

Yea. 



Okay, Joseph. Make sure there's nothing sharp 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
there. 

SPACECRAFT And it's very loose stuff and I'm going to pull 
back the MLI here. 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Okay, lets (garble) 
(Garble) 800. 



SPACECRAFT I wouldn't do that while I'm out here. You got 
trice the mast to work with. 



Okay. 

Don't want to get a raid started. 

Joseph, you need to move the thing a little to 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
your right. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going to move it a bit and then - 

spacecraft - pivot around - be careful, your going to bend 
that omni. Don't need alot of force. Very gently. 

SPACECRAFT David, David, I recommend I get off. 

SPACECRAFT No, I'm doing fine. I'm doing fine. Where do you 
want it moved, David. 

SPACECRAFT You want it moved to the right? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, a little bit to the right there - 

SPACECRAFT (Garble) yaw to your right very gently. 

SPACECRAFT That's what i'm doing. 

SPACECRAFT That's enough right. Okay. 

SPACECRAFT And tell me when you want it stopped. 

SPACECRAFT Stop it now but stop it gently. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 11 

Qu&rprRAPT Okav. Let me get back with you here, (garble) 
SlS^VA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:00 11/14/84 PAGE 11 

SPACECRAFT Well, Joe, let me tell you what's happened, I'm 
now in the BFR 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 

SPACECRAFT Both tools are on me that's the torque wrench 
and the power tool. 

SPACECRAFT Okay* Super. 

SPACECRAFT After having to retrieve one from mid air or mid 
space — 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, I got the radio report. 

SPACECRAFT And I am now way back here waiting for the people 
X thl babin to tell me that's it's time to pull the adapter up. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) how are you doing? 

SPACECRAFT You can go ahead and start working the adapter. 
?™ just moving checklist. I dropped my when I was tryiig to 
keep sight of that thing. 

SPACECRAFT Well, it's up to you folks in there to release the 
latches. I'm at that point, I think. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT La dee dee 

SPACECRAFT Okay, understand you have hold of it. I don't see 
you have a hold of it. 

SPACECRAFT Well, when you tell me you're ready, I'll grab it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We're waiting on you to grab it. We'll 
release the latches. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm ready for the numbers 2 and 3. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. The live (garble) are coming after them. 
SPACECRAFT I see movement on both. 

PAO Mission Control. We are about to lose our 

television picture here. They are releasing the latches holding 
the adapter ring down to the pallet structure, and Gardner fill 
then attach the ring to the satellite. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00:40:10 11/14/84 PAGE 19 

SPACECRAFT Believe me brother, there's no other way to stop 
it, Okay, it's stopped* Now which way you want it? 

SPACECRAFT I can pitch it up or down, left or right and I can 
roll it, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, we're going to get Dale off of there first, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, hang on one second till I change a page or 

two and 1*11 be with you. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm not going anyplace, 

SPACECRAFT Go to (garble) nothing coming out of the noz2le 
until you grabbed it. Now I have a couple of little pieces. I 
saw nothing up until that point. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale, you know the Omni's a little off center 
so its perfect and then I've peeled back the MLI, there's 
mosquito netting under it that's quite tough, though, I don't 
think I'm going to be able to.,. 

GARDNER Just a minute, I don't know why David left ie here. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) David get me off there, hang on, (garble) 
in the cockpit a little bit. 

GARDNER Ok . 

SPACECRAFT Is Anna going co move us? 

GARDNER Wait till I get off. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, Dale, go ahead and pull the pins and I'll talk 
to you. 

GARDNER garble 

SPACECRAFT (garble) CBA's on, I know they are. 

GARDNER The ears are on and I'm going to go normal. 

SPACECRAFT Roger, normal control mode and you can push free 
very gently, I mean really gently so we don't want to take 
(garble). You're above the orbiter starboard wing and forward in 
the bay. 

CAPCOM Discover, Houston, we see you in (garble). 

SPACECRAFT I see you flying, Dale. 



STS-51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00i40«10 11/14/84 PAGE 20 

GARDNER Yea, I got all this black stuff that came out when 

I blasted my thruaters in there. 

SPACECRAFT And the stinger is with you. 

GARDNER Yes, but the tip is not. 

SPACECRAFT Ok , 

GARDNER Ok, I see where I'm going, I've got it. (garble), 

well I think I'll fly it. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, take your pick, 

GARDNER (garble) we screwed up. 

SPACECRAFT Yep. 

GARDNER We messed up. 

SPACECRAFT Yep. 

GARDNER (garble) hold the (garble) in. 

SPACECRAFT Oh, yes, that's ok. You can get out of it. 

GARDNER Ok, no problem. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

GARDNER Ok, what I'm going to do is just go over to the 
sK^er, where the stinger goes and grab hold, pull the pi P pins 
and just leave it there. 

SPACECRAFT Can you tether it off? Do you have a tether left? 

GARDNER No. 

SPACECRAFT Yea, you're comfortable, right? 

ALLEN I'm fine. Tethers, let's see. Dale, there's your 

safety tether. 

GARDNER Oh, wait, I know where there's one. I left 

tjarbf!) tether right over here on the rss. X'll just go get it. 

SPACECRAFT Yea, yea, and there's also one on the A-frame, yea 
two of them. Either one of which you could use. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

GARDNER I'm officially using zero gas. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 12 

SPACECRAFT (garble) 3 R opened. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm ready for number 1. 

SPACECRAFT All right. I have a (garble) on it. I good a 
right hand. 

SPACECRAFT Hey, up come the four — the 540 ~ I scared me. 

I felt like I came out of the foot restraint. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Getting it over my head. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Number 1 — trying to store it « have you 
guys oriented the close outs? 

SPACECRAFT Not yet. 

SPACECRAFT No, we're pretty close. 

SPACECRAFT Why don't you do that. Get your eyes right between 

two of them for me. 

SPACECRAFT And I can torque it here. 

SPACECRAFT And I'll work on the door close while you're doing 
that. 

SPACECRAFT That bumper bracket is close to pointing forward. 

SPACECRAFT Key, Joseph, I want to talk to you about roll here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT I want you to roll the satellite to your left very 
slowly. 

SPACECRAFT Ah, you mean you want the bumper bracket to go that 
way? 

SPACECRAFT I want the satellite as you look at to rotate 
counterclockwise. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) counterclockwise, I understand that. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) knows those clock directions. 

SPACECRAFT Here it cornea. 

SPACECRAFT Keep it coming. 

SPACECRAFT More? 



STS-51-A EVA AIR TO GROJND At2ja 00:40:10 11/14/84 PAGE 21 

SPACECRAFT Ok, good. Watch your feet up here. 

GARDNER Yea, X see them. I'm going with this corner of the 

FSS here. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, just going to let you sit there, we* re not 
going to be paying a lot of attention to you for a while, so just 
hang on to that satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, it's easy and you tell me which direction you 
want. If you want it at all in any different direction, Ok. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, right now it looks great, you've got a lot of 
leeway, just don't let it move. Just kind of keep it where it 
is. 

SPACECRAFT Well, it's sort of a compromise between it and me 
to tell you the truth, Dave. But we're getting along. 

SPACECRAFT That's good. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston. 

SPACECRAFT Go ahead. 

CAPCOM Roger, we're going LOS. 

SPACECRAFT We're with you. 

CAPCOM ...listen you over Yarragadee and talk to you at 

Guam at one two. A couple of notes, you're about to get an OMS 
RCS interconnect (garble) alarm. As before, no action, press on 
to the bingos. We recommend vernier rates on the RMS and you're 
about to get PP02 alarm, recommend shutting off the bleed 
orifice. 

SPACECRAFT We shut off the bleed orifice, roger on the 
vernier rates. That standing at attention, and thank you for the 
OMS caution. 

CAPCOM Roger. 

SPACECRAFT I'm going to come down and get this tether, Dave. 

SPACECRAFT Ok, I'm not going to try and talk to you about it, 
you know what you're doing. 

SPACECRAFT I can see everything fine, here. Just watch this 
safety cord here for me if you can of Joe's. 

SPACECRAFT I'll let you know when we lose signal strength 
here. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 13 
SPACECRAFT That looks good. Drop it there. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PAO This is. Mission Control Houston. We continue to 

get voice from the EVA through the tracking data relay 
latellite. We'll be having a replay at about 5 and a half 
minutes or so at 8:15 a.m. of the recent downlinked television of 
the EVA operations. We also intend to cancel the change-of-shif t 
prlsfconference with off going flight director, attyto g ». 
according to its normal schedule at 8:35 be occuring during the 
course of the EVA. That change-of-shif t press conference is 
cancelled. 

SPACECRAFT Back a little. Okay. You're doing good. 

PA0 we will have a post EVA breifing sometime later in 

the day, perhaps coinciding with the Randy Stone press 
conference. 

SPACECRAFT « between the soft top latches and the bottom of 
the skirt. 

SPACECRAFT Roger, that. 

PA0 And that briefing scheduled at 4:15 this afternoon 

central time. We'll have the downlink television again, a 
rejlay of the downlink television - going out at 5 minutes of 
tho previously downlinked television that we had through Hawaii, 
Goldstone, and Mila. 

SPACECRAFT And the (garble) both leaned back and £ just pulled 
the adapter back. I want to get it right down here where I don't 
have to play around with it too much, I can juat snap it right 
on. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, deliver it with (garble). 
SPACECRAFT That's good. That's what I want. 
SPACECRAFT Keep it coming. 

spacecraft I — stop just one second. Dale, the way you are 
putting tLt on there/we might want to roll it back to the right 
a little bit. 

SPACECRAFT You mean clockwise or counterclockwise? 
SPACECRAFT Clock. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, you can put it on anyway you want to. I'm 
going to have Joe clockwise it a little bit. 



STS-51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2ja 00i40*10 11/14/84 PAGE 22 

PA0 Mission Control, Houston, loss of signal through 

the tracking and data relay satellite. Next up Yarragadee in 8 
minutes, 40 seconds. As we went LOS, Joe Allen was on the end of 
the robot arm and the manipulator foot restraint, he tethered 
himself to the Omni antenna side of WESTAR, Dale Gardner still 
connected via the stinger to the other end of WESTAR. Next 
procedure would be for Gardner to doff the MMU then come back 
down the payload bay underneath WESTAR to attach the adapter ring 
that fits up around the PKM nossle and that ring ^ be 

used to latch the WESTAR down onto a specially modified spacelab 
pallet in the forward part of the payload bay, NASA select 
currently has a playback of the previous orbit's downlink 
television through Hawaii, Goldstone, MI LA. We 11 have a similar 
pass coming up on this orbit. Also, Hawaii, Goldstone, MI LA, EVA 
operations! Current mission elapsed time, six days, fifty-four 
minutes even and this is Mission Control, Houston. 

PA0 This is Mission Control, Houston, we're three 

minutes away from acquiring conmunicat ion through the Yarragadee 
station for about a four minute pass. Then after the Guam 
station we'll pick up over Hawaii for some downlink television of 
EVA operations. That coming at 7:41 a.m. central standard 
time. We should be seeing the continuing activity in the 
berthing of the WESTAR satellite into the Discovery's cargo 
bay. The propulsion's officer in Mission Control, who is 
generally charged with keeping track of such things as the 
reaction control systems and the orbital maneuvering system 
engines and the propellation usage reports that the spacecraft s 
use of propellants was less than predicted, prediction based upon 
the first rendezvous and that total quantities of propellants are 
very good and the orbiter's in good shape as far as the 
availability of its propellant. 

SPACECRAFT (Garble). Okay. And, if you push the (garble) out 
of the way, you can come easy. That's what I didn t do rignt. 

PA0 Mission Control, we're getting downlink voice 

through the Yarragadee station. 

SPACECRAFT Bill, can you still (garble) 

SPACECRAFT Ten four. We've managed it to be, finished 
everything else. 



END OF TAPE 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 14 
SPACECRAFT Okay. You want me to clockwise it now? 
SPACECRAFT Yes. Clockwise slowly. 
SPACECRAFT That's good. 
SPACECRAFT Okay . 

SPACECRAFT Get her a little more, Joe. A little more 
clockwise roll. 

SPACECRAFT That's good. 

SPACECRAFT Get her wind up? 

SPACECRAFT Dave, is it wind up? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, it's pretty good now. 

SPACECRAFT Anna can bring it down more if she wants. 

SPACECRAFT Hey, Joe, this is the time when you got to try to 
push down, okay? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 



SPACECRAFT 
call. 

SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Just a minute. Not yet. I'll help give you a 



Okay. 

Okay, Joe, now push down. 
Nope. 



SPACECRAFT You know when he's pushing on it, it looks like 
it's going forward towards the cabin. 

SPACECRAFT 
doing that. 



(garble) and to your left. We need to keep it from 

SPACECRAFT (garble) no stopper, Joe. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, stop it. 

SPACECRAFT Well, which way is it going. 1 can't — 

SPACECRAFT Well, the bottom is going towards the tail. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I though you said it was going towards the 
cabin. I'm moving it — 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01 J 28) 00 11/14/84 PAGE 1 

SPACECRAFT You got to come about two more feet towards the 
camera, Anna. I'm looking right up into the nozzle, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Joe, (garble) slow. That was about a 10 or 
15 degree swing, and that's quite accessible right now. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) if, I think, are the airput brakes on? 

SPACECRAFT He stopped just momentarily. It caused about a 15 
degrees swing. It's just information, 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT You keep it covered towards the camera, Anna, and 
I'll tell you when to stop. 

SPACECRAFT I can react to get that if I got some warning. 
You know, if you can't tolerate it. 

SPACECRAFT She's going to be working very slowly and gently. 
It's going to take awhile, but we got all the time in the world. 

SPACECRAFT Yep. We get the (garble) time now. 

SPACECRAFT It was great, Anna, keep it coming. Nice move 
perfect . 

PA0 Dale Gardner with the device known as the shower 

cap in his hand. 

SPACECRAFT Another foot to go towards the cabin. To wind up 
right now, I'd rear gear over my right shoulder. 

PA0 Cover goes over the end of the rocket nozzle on the 

WESTAR. Helps prevent particles of carbon left over from the 
burning of the engine from infiltrating out into the cargo bay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Anna, that's good. You can stop the X — now 
bring it down towards me, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale, you're about 3 c ~ Dale maybe (garble) 
and a half? 

SPACECRAFT Gotcha, I can see that pretty well from here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'll keep calling you just to check. 

SPACECRAFT Heck, we're almost right at the cabin on this floor 
with pallet. 

SPACECRAFT Yes, sir. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 15 
SPACECRAFT Well, it's doing a little of each. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT It looks like you got at least one of them. 



SPACECRAFT 
what I got. 

SPACECRAFT 

CAPCOH 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

CAPCOM 



Standby. Just give me a second here. 1 don't know 
I got something. 



(garble) you have to throw back. 
Discovery/ Houston. 
Gentlemen? We got a cell stuck* 
A keeper, all right. 
A keeper? 

(garble) you go ahead. 



I can't tell yet. 



W w« Yes, sir, David, we have terminated TV this pass 

and we are showing an over tap on one camera. Take care of it 
for us, please. 

SPACECRAFT Thank you. We'll do it. Do you know which one? 

CAPCOM Negative. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We'll check it. 

SPACECRAFT Now, what do you want me to do, Dale, just — 

SPACECRAFT No, it's time to just relax, I'm going to start 
working on these soft docks. 

SPACECRAFT No, relaxing (garble). Oh, can I hold it in the 
same position without it doing drifting (garble) 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Okay. 

Okay, four 



PA0 Mission Control. Dale Gardner reporting that he 

has soft docked the adapter ring to the base of the satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 



PAO 

clamps. 
SPACECRAFT 



He will now begin cranking down the attachment 
(garble) you until you sound like you forgot 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 16 

SPACECRAFT Well, I'll tell you which ones I'm doing so that I 
don't get thera messed up, okay? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

PA0 This is Mission Control, We'll start a replay in 
a>/Out 1 minute of the earlier downlinked television 

SPACECRAFT Send this (garble) to the pivot, Dale, unless you 
want me — 

PAO — Coming up at 8:15 

SPACECRAFT I'm going to need the — 

SPACECRAFT I'm pitching in the order now. 

SPACECRAFT Well, you're also rolling — 

PA 0 Again, that will be a replay of earlier downlinked 
television. 

SPACECRAFT where? I don't care. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I got five onboard for number 1. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT One,. I have one for five. 

SPACECRAFT Holy smoke. 

SPACECRAFT Number 5, Dave. 

SPACECRAFT Roger. 

SPACECRAFT You're rolling it, right. Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, but that was a torque wrench. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Can you believe that? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah. 

SPACECRAFT Cause that's what happened. We just started 
tor qui ng the whole satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, do you want me to not let it do that? 

SPACECRAFT Ko, it right at the end. It doesn 1 t really matter . 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 17 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going for 3. 

SPACECRAFT How are you holding up, up there? 

SPACECRAFT I'm doing okay, 

SPACECRAFT Arm makes it easier, huh? 

SPACECRAFT Much easier. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Well, we're not going to keep you up there too much 
longer. Promise you. 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
there? 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
eighth? 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 



There you go for 8, David. 
Okay. 

Do you see that position that (garble) going down 

Yep, we can see it all. It's looking super. 

It should be an eighth of it showing now. 

You mean the wrench is bringing it down within an 

That's right. 

(garble) directly with the torque wrench. 
Okay. 15 3 8 4. 

Well, you're not using torque wrench, yet, are you? 
I'll be at the power tool, Joseph, 
You know, that's what I though. 



SPACECRAFT I figured now within an eighth of inch, half of 
them are good, yeah. 



SPACECRAFT 
too much. 



All right, I won't have to use that torque wrench 



SPACECRAFT Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Truly's gone. You'd get mad at me if I tore it up. 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 01:45:26 11/14/84 PAGE 18 
SPACECRAFT Yes sir. 

SPACECRAFT Without the torque wrench. 

SPACECRAFT Well r it got away last time. Was when you were 
taking the big tether and it off the mini work station at the 
sametime. 

SPACECRAFT I figured that out when I saw you put it back on. 
SPACECRAFT Oh, when I was in that transfer thing, huh? 
SPACECRAFT Right . 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Well, I'll just hold it and the tether when 
X take it off here to get ready to use it. 

SPACECRAFT Exactly. And that will prevent — 
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SPACECRAFT —Certainly is — Mr. Salatory and his crew at 

Hughes and the (garble) that put these rendezvous together. So, 

we'll give credit where credit is due. 

SPACECRAFT The spacecraft was great. Couldn't have been 
better. 

SPACECRAFT And we're about to light the adapters right, Dale 

SPACECRAFT The adapter is working like a peach. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) great — groups will be happy to hear 
that, we know. 

SPACECRAFT Barry and Warren and Joe and all those guys. They 
did a great job on this thing. 

SPACECRAFT Well, we ain't through yet guys, but when we are we 
are going to owe an awful lot of to a lot of people. 

SPACECRAFT We got to get all but 3. We back out there, don't 
we? 

SPACECRAFT No, we go all but 2 right now. So we'; i there. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) not even close and you still got a ~ 

SPACECRAFT We got to dock it. 



Well, that's true. 

Oh, no. Do have 3 left, but they're spread out. 
Okay. 
Seven? 

Going to get seven, are you? 

Homing seven. 

t)i n<?ovf *y, Houston, direct. 

Sizes (garble)* Okay, Jerry, just a second, 
guys who are goMif feo go in the dark. 

Well, pretty quick. 

No, I guess, I was fooled by a shadow. That's 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

CAPCOM 

SPACECRAFT 
Advise those 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
okay. 

SPACECRAFT 
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SPACECRAFT Go ahead, Jerry. 

CAPCOM Okay, Rick, I got one action for you on Spec 6 when 

you're ready to copy. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'll get something to copy with. 

SPACECRAFT We do what we expect the position of the gear hear 



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SPACECRAFT Go ahead, Jerry. 

CAPCOM Okay- We would like to re-enable TV camera over 

Temp alerts on Spec 60, Item 1 plus 0740847. And then an item 9 
execute. 



SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 

SPACECRAFT 
one. 

CAPCOM 



(garble) a little clockwise, Joe. 

Okay, that's fine. 

That'll be about all I need. 

Good. 

I never (garble), Jerry, one more to go after this 
Roger, you've? got plenty of time. 



\ 



SPACECRAFT Here we go. (garble) 
SPACECRAFT (garble) did you ask, Jerry? 

CAPCOM Okay, thank you, that, we copy your comments here, 

Dale. It sure looks like it has been fun. 

SPACECRAFT it worked just like we planned except for me using 
a different bolt that's bigger than we planned on it. 

SPACECRAFT But I know (garble) wanted to find out if that 
noS5 separation worked anyway, and I'll tell you it worked like 
a champ. 



CAPCOM 
day. 

SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Roger, Danny is real happy. He's been smiling all 



I betcha. 

Okay. Go up for number 6. 



SPACECRAFT Okay? And it's no rotation. It's just this arm 
oitch or whatever you want to call it. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 3 
SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale, ~ 

SPACECRAFT I got to go a little further up the socket. 

SPACECRAFT Opps, sorry, Joseph. 

SPACECRAFT That's okay. 

SPACECRAFT I can stop it from twisting. 

SPACECRAFT Before you leave there, the ground (garble) is 
conveniently located over here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'll do that. 

SPACECRAFT Take (garble) 

SPACECRAFT You know you might want to move it. 

SPACECRAFT Move it — don't clock it — move it down into your 
right a little bit. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I'm going to move it. Is there anyway you 
can get it? 

SPACECRAFT —to your right and towards your seat a little* 
SPACECRAFT So, Dale, can get ™ so he can get it? 



SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale, hold on to that wrench while you do 
that. 

SPACECRAFT I thought of that this time. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, you just pull it to where you want it. 

SPACECRAFT Well, which steps go for. Where do you see one, 
Dave? 

SPACECRAFT There's one right by your left hand. That's here 
on this trunion. 

SPACECRAFT On the number 1 trunion? 

SPACECRAFT Well, no, I was thinking about the number 3 trunion 
which is right above your head right now. 

SPACECRAFT I can see that one. There maybe one that's more 
convenient for you. 

SPACECRAFT That looks good to rae to, 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 4 

PA 0 Mission Control. A reminder we did cancel that 

Larry Bourgeouis change-of-shif t press conference as it occurs 
during the EVA. T^ change-of-shif t press conference was 
cancelled. Six more minutes remaining on tracking data relay 
satellite. Gardner tighting down the last bolts to fix the 
adapter to the end of the satellite, and then they will prepare 
to berth it down into its pallet structure. 

SPACECRAFT Yes. Rotate number 1 back towards me? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Let see, that's clockwise for you? 

SPACECRAFT In fact, it ought to be right there, shouldn't it? 

SPACECRAFT No, we got to go a little further, Joe, then we can 
line up to berth it, okay? 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dave. Check the checklist ~ make sure we 
haven't forgotten something here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Well, the torque wrench stuff is all 
done. You got all nine of them. 

SPACECRAFT Tell you what, let me go through and check every 
position one more time. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. That doesn't cost anything. 



SPACECRAFT To make sure I got them all flush because I could 
do it very quickly here. 

SPACECRAFT Are you twisting it on purpose here? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, I'm looking it over for position indicators. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, do it a little more slowly please, 
SPACECRAFT Okay, like done. 
SPACECRAFT They are all flush. Okay? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We've got the grounding stuff, now we need 
?o rotatfthe number 1 trunion towards it - towards the cabin. 

SPACECRAFT You tell me when to stop it. 

SPACECRAFT I'll tell you. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 5 

SPACECRAFT Keep it coming. Joe, just let it rotate. Hang on 
to it, but let it rotate in your hands. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, I'm (garble) let go. 

SPACECRAFT Don't let it go. 

SPACECRAFT I'm letting it rotate. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, stop, Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Joa, that's where we want to keep it, right there. 

SPACZCRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT There's going to be some fine adjustments 

obviously, but this is pretty good. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We only have to get Dale out of there. 

SPACECRAFT Joseph, I'm going to let go now, you got it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT v I'm going to got back to the aft starboard. Is 
that what you want next? 

SPACECRAFT You are going to go to the afr starboard for the 
berthing, pale, And you are going to need the pfr. 



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SPACECRAFT You sure? 

SPACECRAFT I think so. But you know better than I can once 
you go by it. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, we are going to move the satellite up a 
little bit while this is going on, 

SPACECRAFT It's coming slowly towards your back. 

SPACECRAFT Dale, you want to move the satellite slightly down 
into the right in your reference frame — no rotation — Just a 
slight yaw and pitch down. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, (garble) okay. 

SPACECRAFT That's good. Stop that. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

STS 51- A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 6 

PA0 Mission Control. The astronauts ©repairing to berth 

the satellite in it's retaining device in the^yload bay. 
Gardner moving along towards the aft starboard s ± lde of the pallet 
to get ready for the berthing. 

SPACECRAFT I'll tell you. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, keep a good grip on that thing. 

SPACECRAFT You (garble) the foot restraint, Dale? 

SPACECRAFT Yep. 

SPACECRAFT Was it frozen (garble) again? 

SPACECRAFT No. 

SPACECRAFT I got it. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, okay. 

SPACECRAFT Good work. Dale. 

SPACECRAFT I just thought it better if I had to do it that way 

guys. I just — 

SPACECRAFT I know. That's why I wasn't chipping at you. 

SPACECKAFT Thank you. I appreciate it. 



SPACECRAFT You're so good to me at times, 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston, A minute and a half to LOS. 

Guam next at 49, Super job, guys. See you over the hill. 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Thank you, Jerry. 

What are you doing now, Dale? Stowing stuff or — 

Nope. I'm just down here with the trunion. 

I've got to walk off my old tether here. 

Yeah, Make sure it's not inside anything there. 

Oh, it's on the proper side. Yeah, good. 

Joe7 



SPACECRAFT Yeah, DArp 7 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 

SPACECRAFT I'm listening. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I want you to move that satellite to your 
right and down again, just like you did before, 

SPACECRAFT like in 

SPACECRAFT and a little pitch down. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, here comes the pitch down — 

SPACECRAFT Okay, guys, before you do anything, we got to come 
back about 6 feet, 

SPACECRAFT We know that. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Well, yeah, move it translation ~ 

SPACECRAFT We want it straight when we translate it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, now, is it yard right enough? 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, that's good. Now we are going to need a 
little bit of a clockwise roll. 



SPACECRAFT 



Clockwise to me? 



SPACECRAFT Yep. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, We have loss of signal 

through the tracking data relay satellite. The mission 
specialist preparing to position the satellite for the berthing 
operation. Pilot Dave Walker giving instructions looking out the 
aft windows and assisting in the positioning of the satellite, 
astronaut Joe Allen on the end of the mechanical arm, grasping 
the antenna of the satellite and position it as required. And 
Dale Gardner now moving to the proper location for his 30b in 
the berthing of the satellite into its attachment fixture in the 
cargo bay. We will be picking up in 19 minutes through the Guam 
station for about an eight and a half minute pass; then we'll get 
back into Hawaii. Our next TV opportunity coming up at 9:19 — 
19 minutes after 9 o'clock this morning central standard time. 
This is Mission Control, Houston. 

PAO This is Mission Control, Houston. We are 6 minutes 

away from picking up communications through the Guam station 



STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 8 

capture/berthing of satellite WE STAR • We expeot downlink 
television from the spacecraft — live from space — continuing 
berthing operations at 9:19 a.m. central standard time. That 
will be over the Hawaii station on orbit number 98. As we last 
heard from the crew through the tracking data relay satellite 
several minutes ago, they had completed tightening down the bolts 
on the adapter ring, the piece of structure mounting to the 
tailend of the satellite that then enables it to be attached 
firmly to a pallet in the cargo bay. And astronaut Dale Gardner 
was then going to move along the side of that pallet into the 
proper position for aligning the pins into there latches. They 
may have completed that by the time we hear from them next, and 
we may have again completed the berthing operation — putting the 
satellite into its proper position. And there will then be two 
retrieved satellites in the Shuttles cargo bay. Propulsion's 
officer reported that propulsions margins/propellant margins are 
very good, and the ground even joked with the crew a little bit 
earlier about they got enough to go get another one if they see 
anything flying loose around there that they want to rendezvous 
with. Coming up at 4 minutes, 20 seconds through the Guam 
station, this is Mission Control Houston. Mission Control 
standing by for acquisition through Guam* 

SPACECRAFT This is Discovery. 

CAPCOM Go ahead Discovery. 

SPACECRAFT Roger, We have two satellites latched in the bay. 



CAPCOM Roger. That gave us a big cheer down here. 

SPACECRAFT Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Yes sir. 

SPACECRAFT Thio thing works like metal to me. 

SPACECRAFT It's wrapped in tinfoil. It's no big deal. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Now you tell, right above the hex nut. 

SPACECRAFT No. Between the brack and the nut, there's about 
an eighth of an inch there. 

SPACECRAFT I don't 

SPACECRAFT This one's different. 

SPACECRAFT Now, I see what you mean. You came down with the 
bracket. 

STS Sl-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 9 

SPACECRAFT That's right. But you can cut it right above the 
ESSif you want. The little coax standoff, you see that. 
You can turn it right above that if you want. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah. Then I'll turn it up here. 

SPACECRAFT if you (garble) 

SPACECRAFT If you go back a little that, right at the top, and 
yo5'll 3ee the little copper tubes in there, (garble) right in 
there. 

SPACECRAFT That's good. Four little copper like tubes that 
you can tether to. 

SPACECRAFT You've got to peel back the velcro, you can't just 
pull it down. Rip it, that's it. There you go. 

SPACECRAFT Dale. 

SPACECRAFT What? 

SPACECRAFT This thing has got 

SPACECRAFT Careful in there, might be sharp 

SPACECRAFT I got another place to tether. I can't get it to 
tear, I can't get it to come loose. 



SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT I can't got it do nothing, I got another full 
proof place to tether , so I'm going to do that, 

SPACECRAFT What's you're plan Joe? 

SPACECRAFT Okay. There's a tie off the wires, they're very 
well tied off, and I'm going to tether above that tie off. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Coming (garble) Let me get the cutter 
first, 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, And it'll be well tethered. Okay, Now I 
need 

SPACECRAFT Yeah, that'll bring you over here. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. And, I need to go, Dr. Dale, the easiest 
possible way, and what else do I need? Only, 

SPACECRAFT That's enough. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 10 
SPACECRAFT Okay* 

SPACECRAFT Okay, and I'll have this thing ready for you to 
tether it for me, okay? 

SPACECRAFT Have a steel grip on it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. You're above the awning. 

PA0 Mission Control. Astronaut Joe Allen preparing the 

lop off the graphite awning antenna which extends up from the top 
of the satellite. Crew reported that the satellite is latched 
down in the cargo bay. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) around by hand. 

SPACECRAFT Pardon me. 

SPACECRAFT it's a little easier to translating around by hand. 

SPACECRAFT Never. 

SPACECRAFT I thought it was great. 

SPACECRAFT I can't see that I'm playing around my feet, but 
you can probably lower me (garble) on that. 

SPACECRAFT I think I can see exactly what you're doing now, 
QO f we'll bring you right in here. 



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SPACECRAFT No. No, I had it. 

SPACECRAFT Let go of it. Put it snap. 

SPACECRAFT It's snapped. I have it. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm waiting Bill. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Take me back, 

SPACECRAFT Okay, Dale. You can go to »ork on the A frame I 
guess . 

SPACECRAFT Ho. I want to get rid of these tools first because 
they are going to get into my, I think. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Good idea, 

spacecraft Okay. Dale. Unless I miss my guess, you're going 
S^SKU 2 tethers in the process of stowing that thing, right. 

STS Sl-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 11 

spacecraft That's okay. Dale let me ask you a question. 
lo555 JoVstow Uafter you cut it so long, or did you have to 
rechop it? 

SPACECRAFT No, it'll Stow. 

spacecraft Okav. And wait a second, wait, wait, wait. I 
doS't SKk yoS'rt that's it. .That's better. Ho, now, have 
to keep them to the right, that's good. That s Jjood. Now, let 
me ask you a question. Can you pitch me up like this a little 
bit. And then lower me. 

SPACECRAFT He can pitch you up a little and you tell me when 
to stop. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Oh, yesl 
SPACECRAFT Amazing. 

SPACECRAFT Don't get to much angle Joe, or you won't be able 
to feel the satellite with your feet. 

SPACECRAFT Yeah. Good call David. That's probably good 
enoughrMpve me back a little bit. That's fine. And, then, 
stop, stop, stop. 

SPACECRAFT Joe, I want you to watch you're feet as she moves 
you. 



SPACECRAFT Anna, move me a little bit aft, aft, towards the 
tail* Okay, It's towards my right side. That's good, that's 
good, that's good* Stop. Stop. Fow, on a foot. Move my feet 
down. I've got good clearance David. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Don't forget Joseph, you're going to need to 
tether that thing before we cut it off. 

SPACECRAFT I will. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) Stop. Stop. Okay. Now, this is 
tethered, I have got a trusty weight tether. Now, let's see. I 
better not un-, well, I'm going to do something else Dave. 

SPACECRAFT Before you do that (garble) 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I am afraid to take off ray weight tether. I 
don't know which one I'm tethered to this with. And what I'm 
going to do, I'm going to tether this and then I'm going to cut 
it. I've 2 hands on the cutter. 

SPACECRAFT Let us help you out here. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 12 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

CAPCOH Discovery, Houston. Hawaii in 6. 

SPACECRAFT We're on the (garble) Joe. 
SPACECRAFT Plus TV. 
SPACECRAFT Okay. 

SPACECRAFT Now, if you can see which one I'm going to 
unfasten, that's fine. 

SPACECRAFT I can, and that's what we're going to do. Now. 
That was a LOS call, now just wait a second Joe. I need to 
confirm what you've tethered yourself to the end of the lift 
with. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. I'm going to show you. See this? 
SPACECRAFT tfou're hands are in the way Joe. 
SPACECRAFT Okay, Do you see it now? 
SPACECRAFT Just lift your. 

PAO Mission Control, Houston, We have loss of signal 

through GUAM. Pick up in 5 minutes through Hawaii. At that time 
we expect to have downlink television of the continuing EVA 




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operations, mission specialist, Joe Allen preparing to LOP off 
the OMNI antenna extending up from the top of the WESTAR 
satellite so that it will be out of the way. Crew were reported 
to just as we acquire signal through Guam, we now have two 
satellites retrieved and locked down in the cargo bay. Primary 
activities remaining in this EVA after the removal of the OMNI 
antenna will be cleanup and stowage of the tools and the A frame 
device which moved out of the way earlier. That will essentially 
be the end of the retrieval operations. The crew is more than an 
hour ahead of the timeline that was worked out for them 
yesterday. They worked very rapidly. Everything went quite 
smoothly this morning in the retrieval of the WESTAR . There are 
sufficient propellants onboard the Orblter to achieve even the 
one more rendezvous and capture if there were another one to be 
done according to the propulsions officer in Mission Control. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. We're going to be AOS Hawaii momentarily is 
TV. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 



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SPACECRAFT Anna if you'll move me over to the top windows, 
I'll go ahead and polish them off. They need 3 little bit of 
dusting and cleaning on the outside. 

CAPCOM Discovery, Houston through Hawaii with TV, 

SPACECRAFT Roger that Jerry. As you can see, we've got the 
OMNI antenna, Joe has very carefully cut it off and is holding it 
while we wait for Dale to finish a little cleanup and store the A 
frame, and then we'll give the OMNI antenna and the cutter to 
Dale. 

SPACECRAFT Dale. You may have to loosen one of those tether*;, 
because I tried to pull it pretty tight* 

SPACECRAFT Okay, 

PAO Mission Control, The Shuttle in darkness now. 

Will be crossing over into daylight halfway through this pass* 
Astronaut Joe Allen on the end of the mechanical arm, The crew 
is now stowing the tools and will be completing the EVA 
shortly. This view from the elbow joint of the mechanical arm, 

SPACECRAFT First, I'm going to get rid of this piece of 
(garble) 



SPACECRAFT No. It's hooked on the tether. 



SPACECRAFT I noticed that. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, I didn't have a traah bag. 

SPACECRAFT *eah, I'll put it in my traah bag. 

SPACECRAFT Don't you think that was clever of me? 

SPACECRAFT I wondered how you were going to handle that. 

SPACECRAFT First, you didn't offer any suggestions. 

SPACECRAFT I didn't think about it until I came over here. 
Pull that string. Okay. This is fine. 

SPACECRAFT (garble) pretty clear from satellite. 

SPACECRAFT Okay. Okay. I can see them. Thank you. 

SPACECRAFT Okay, in fact you might want to stop just a second 
and look up and to your left so you can see where we put Joe so 
you'll know what your maneuvering with. 

STS 51-A EVA AIR TO GROUND At2j 02:16:45 11/14/84 PAGE 14 
SPACECRAFT Oh, okay. 

PAO This is Mission Control. And, there in the WE STAR 

satellite birthed into it's pallet structure in the cargo bay. 
And, as* .onaut Joe Allen on the end of the mechanical arm and the 
manipulator foot restraint. Dale Gardner working in closer into 
the cargo bay. 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
PAO 

seconds. 



Okay. Now wait Dale. 
I see. I see. 
Okay. Good. Just iower. 
30 seconds to sunrise. 

Mobile will be coming into daylight in about 30 



SPACECRAFT You're coming back (garble) Yeah, yeah, tuck it 
under you. That's it. (garble) you're going to need a visor 
here in a few minutes. 



SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 
SPACECRAFT 



Okay. 

Like right now. 
Well, I guess. 



SPACECRAFT 


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SPACECRAFT 


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SPACECRAFT 


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SPACECRAFT 


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SPACECRAFT 


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