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  1. Tyurin in Zvezda Service module

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    2007-03-01

    ISS014-E-15711 (1 March 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, disconnects a SKV1 heat exchanger unit during in-flight maintenance (IFM) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  2. Tyurin and Williams in Zvezda Service module

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    2007-04-21

    ISS014-E-19924 (21 April 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (left), Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, and astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 15 flight engineer, drink beverages as they pose for a photo in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  3. Kotov with Cryogem-03 refrigerator in the Zvezda Service module

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    2007-04-01

    ISS014-E-19179 (April 2007) --- Cosmonaut Oleg V. Kotov, Expedition 15 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with a test sample in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  4. Kotov with Cryogem-03 refrigerator in the Zvezda Service module

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    2007-04-01

    ISS014-E-19178 (April 2007) --- Cosmonaut Oleg V. Kotov, Expedition 15 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with a Cryogem-03 refrigerator in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. Expedition Seven Malenchenko eating in Zvezda Service module

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    2003-09-01

    ISS007-E-14282 (1 September 2003) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 7 mission commander, is pictured holding a spoon while a package of food floats nearby in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  6. Williams with TVIS hardware in Zvezda Service module

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    2007-02-26

    ISS014-E-15136 (26 Feb. 2007) --- Astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, performs maintenance work on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) during routine in-flight maintenance (IFM) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  7. Williams with TVIS hardware in Zvezda Service module

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    2007-02-27

    ISS014-E-15349 (27 Feb. 2007) --- Assisted by the weightlessness of space, astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, hoists the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS). She took a moment to pose for a photo during routine in-flight maintenance (IFM) on TVIS in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  8. Lopez-Alegria exercises in the Zvezda Service module

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    2006-11-05

    ISS014-E-07115 (2 Nov. 2006) --- Astronaut Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, Expedition 14 commander and NASA space station science officer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. In this close-up view, the TVIS is out of frame.

  9. Duque and Kaleri in Zvezda Service module with video camera

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    2003-10-23

    ISS007-E-17842 (23 October 2003) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Pedro Duque (left) of Spain and cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri, Expedition 8 flight engineer representing Rosaviakosmos, work with a scientific experiment in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Duque and Kaleri performed the European educational VIDEO-2 (VID-01) experiment, which uses the Russian DSR PD-150P digital video camcorder for recording demos of several basic physical phenomena, viz., Isaac Newton's three motion laws, with narration. [The demo made use of a sealed bag containing coffee and a syringe to fill one of two hollow balls with the brown liquid (to provide "mass", as opposed to the other, "mass-less" ball).

  10. Tyurin in the Zvezda Module

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    2006-11-03

    ISS014-E-07138 (3 Nov. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, installs and connects onboard equipment control system cables in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Horowitz is hugged by Usachev in the ISS Service Module/Zvezda

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    2001-08-12

    STS-105-E-5121 (12 August 2001) --- Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Two mission commander, and Scott J. Horowitz, STS-105 commander, embrace in the Zvezda Service Module with open arms during the initial ingress into the International Space Station (ISS) for the STS-105 mission. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  12. Meal for Expedition Two, Three and STS-105 crews in the ISS Service Module/Zvezda

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    2001-08-15

    STS105-E-5198 (15 August 2001) --- Ten astronauts and cosmonauts dine in the Zvezda Service Module. Clockwise from lower left corner are Scott J. Horowitz, Frederick W. (Rick) Sturckow, Vladimir N. Dezhurov, Mikhail Tyurin, Susan J. Helms, Frank L. Culbertson, Yury V. Usachev, James S. Voss and Patrick G. Forrester. Daniel T. Barry is out of frame at lower right. Dezhurov, Tyurin and Usachev represent Rosaviakosmos. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  13. Culbertson floats through a hatch into the ISS Service Module/Zvezda

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    2001-08-12

    STS-105-E-5118 (12 August 2001) --- Frank L. Culbertson, Expedition Three mission commander, gives a thumbs up as he enters the Zvezda Service Module during the initial ingress into the International Space Station (ISS) for the STS-105 mission. Culbertson, accompanied by cosmonauts Vladimir N. Dezhurov and Mikhail Tyurin, will be replacing astronauts Susan J. Helms and James S. Voss and cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev as the temporary residents on the ISS. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  14. Reiter cuts Tyurins hair in the Zvezda Service module

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    2006-11-05

    ISS014-E-07174 (5 Nov. 2006) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 14 flight engineer, cuts the hair of cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, in the Unity node of the International Space Station. Reiter used hair clippers fashioned with a vacuum device to prevent freshly cut hair from being scattered throughout the module.

  15. Meal for Expedition Two, Three and STS-105 crews in the ISS Service Module/Zvezda

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    2001-08-15

    STS105-E-5201 (15 August 2001) --- Part of the "dessert" course for one of the first meals shared by the STS-105 and Expedition Two crews was the issuance of mission shirts for the departing station occupants. Holding new jerseys in the Zvezda Service Module on the right side of the frame are astronauts Susan J. Helms and James S. Voss, departing flight engineers, and cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two commander. Clockwise from the lower left corner are astronaut Frederick W. (Rick) Sturckow, cosmonauts Vladimir Dezhurov and Mikhail Tyurin, Helms, astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr., Usachev, Voss and astronaut Patrick G. Forrester. Astronauts Daniel T. Barry and Scott J. Horowitz are out of frame. Usachev, Dezhurov and Tyurin all represent Rosaviakosmos. PLEASE NOTE: This event occurred on August 14, according to Central Daylight Time (CDT) but it was already the following day in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

  16. Tyurin and Reiter in the Zvezda Module

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    2006-11-03

    ISS014-E-07142 (3 Nov. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (foreground) representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, both Expedition 14 flight engineers, install and connect onboard equipment control system cables in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. Voss on TVIS equipment in Zvezda module

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    2001-05-15

    ISS002-E-06677 (15 May 2001) --- James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, wearing a safety harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) equipment in the Zvezda Service Module. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  18. Usachev performs maintenance on TVIS in Zvezda module

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    2001-04-26

    ISS002-E-7015 (26 April 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two commander representing Rosaviakosmos, conducts maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda/Service Module. A digital still camera was used to record this image.

  19. Expedition Two crew share dessert in Zvezda module

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    2001-06-10

    ISS002-E-6534 (10 June 2001) --- Expedition Two crewmembers Yury V. Usachev (left), mission commander, James S. Voss, flight engineer, and Susan J. Helms, flight engineer, share a dessert in the Zvezda Service Module. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  20. Phillips with probe-and-cone docking mechanism (StM) in the Zvezda module

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    2005-06-19

    ISS011-E-09205 (19 June 2005) --- Astronaut John L. Phillips, Expedition 11 NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer, works on the dismantled probe-and-cone docking mechanism from the Progress 18 spacecraft in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). The Progress docked to the aft port of the Service Module at 7:42 p.m. (CDT) as the two spacecraft flew approximately 225 statute miles, above a point near Beijing, China.

  1. Krikalev with probe-and-cone docking mechanism (StM) in the Zvezda module

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    2005-06-19

    ISS011-E-09210 (19 June 2005) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, holds the dismantled probe-and-cone docking mechanism from the Progress 18 spacecraft in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). The Progress docked to the aft port of the Service Module at 7:42 p.m. (CDT) as the two spacecraft flew approximately 225 statute miles, above a point near Beijing, China.

  2. Reiter in Zvezda

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    2006-10-01

    ISS014-E-05962 (October 2006) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 14 flight engineer, wears a communication system headset while using a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  3. Collins in Service Module

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    2005-08-05

    S114-E-7138 (5 August 2005) --- Astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, waves while floating in the Zvezda Service Module of the international space station while Space Shuttle Discovery was docked to the station.

  4. Tyurin in Zvezda

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    2007-01-15

    ISS014-E-11798 (14 Jan. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, watches a water bubble float between him and the camera, showing his image refracted, in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. Williams Exercises in Zvezda

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    2007-01-13

    ISS014-E-11786 (13 Jan. 2007) --- Surrounded by hardware, astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) (out of frame) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  6. Williams Exercises in Zvezda

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    2007-01-13

    ISS014-E-11784 (13 Jan. 2007) --- Surrounded by hardware, astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) (out of frame) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  7. Gidzenko in Service Module WMC

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    2001-04-02

    ISS01-E-5166 (December 2000) --- Cosmonaut Yuri P. Gidzenko, Soyuz commander for Expedition One, performs some electrician's work just outside the waste management compartment in the Zvezda Service Module of the Earth-orbiting International Space Station (ISS).

  8. Tyurin in Zvezda with communication system

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    2007-02-24

    ISS014-E-14765 (24 Feb. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a communication system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Yurchikhin with Cryogem-03 hardware in Zvezda

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    2007-04-01

    ISS014-E-19148 (April 2007) --- Cosmonaut Fyodor N. Yurchikhin, Expedition 15 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with a Cryogem-03 refrigerator in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Williams exercises on TVIS in Zvezda

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    2007-12-28

    ISS014-E-10591 (28 Dec. 2006) --- Astronaut Sunita L. Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Collins in Service Module

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    2005-08-05

    S114-E-7139 (5 August 2005) --- Astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, floats in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery was docked to the Station. Astronaut John L. Phillips, Expedition 11 NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer, is visible at bottom right.

  12. Voss in Service Module

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    2001-03-31

    ISS002-E-5084 (31 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, floats in the Zvezda Service Module onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Voss, along with astronaut Susan J. Helms and cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, recently replaced the initial three-member crew onboard the orbital outpost. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  13. Zvezda Launch Coverage

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    2000-01-01

    Footage shows the Proton Rocket (containing the Zvezda module) ready for launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Russia. The interior and exterior of Zvezda are seen during construction. Computerized simulations show the solar arrays deploying on Zvezda in space, the maneuvers of the module as it approaches and connects with the International Space Station (ISS), the installation of the Z1 truss on the ISS and its solar arrays deploying, and the installations of the Destiny Laboratory, Remote Manipulator System, and Kibo Experiment Module. Live footage then shows the successful launch of the Proton Rocket.

  14. Parmitano with checklist in Service module

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    2013-11-08

    ISS037-E-028305 (8 Nov. 2013) --- European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano, Expedition 37 flight engineer, reads a procedures checklist in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. Usachev tests Vozdukh in Service module

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    2001-05-11

    ISS002-E-6111 (11 May 2001) --- Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Two mission commander, tests the Vozdukh Air Purification System in the Zvezda Service Module. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  16. Magnus Food Prep in Service Module (SM)

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    2009-01-07

    ISS018-E-018423 (7 Jan. 2009) --- Astronaut Sandra Magnus, Expedition 18 flight engineer, poses for a photo while holding food pouches near the galley in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. Usachev takes notes in Service Module

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    2001-03-26

    ISS002-E-5773 (28 March 2001) --- Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, Expedtion Two mission commander, scribbles down some notes at the computer workstation in the Zvezda Service Module. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  18. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009818 (23 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  19. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009857 (23 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009840 (23 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Volkov exercises on TVIS in Service Module

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    2011-11-08

    ISS029-E-040701 (8 Nov. 2011) --- Russian cosmonaut Sergei Volkov, Expedition 29 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  2. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009856 (23 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  3. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009819 (23 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  4. Voss in Service module with cycle ergometer

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    2001-03-23

    ISS002-E-5732 (23 March 2001) --- James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, prepares to exercise on the cycle ergometer in the Zvezda Service Module. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  5. Usachev on cycle ergometer in Service Module

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    2001-04-27

    ISS002-E-6136 (27 April 2001) --- Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Two mission commander, exercises on the cycle ergometer in the Zvezda Service Module. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  6. MS Lu conducts electrical work in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    S106-E-5213 (13 September 2000) --- Astronaut Edward T. Lu follows printed guidelines as he assumes the role of an electrician onboard the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station (ISS). Electrical work was the hallmark of the day as four of the mission specialists aboard ISS (temporarily docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis) replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them.

  7. MS Malenchenko conducts electrical work in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    S106-E-5200 (13 September 2000) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, mission specialist representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, works aboard the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station (ISS). Electrical work was the hallmark of this day as four of the mission specialists aboard ISS (temporarily docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis) replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them. Astronaut Edward T. Lu, mission specialist, is out of frame at right.

  8. MS Malenchenko conducts electrical work in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    S106-E-5197 (13 September 2000) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, mission specialist representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, works aboard the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station (ISS). Electrical work was the hallmark of the day as four of the mission specialists aboard ISS (temporarily docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis) replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them.

  9. Krikalev with TVIS hardware in Zvezda

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    2005-09-07

    ISS011-E-12601 (7 September 2005) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) during In-Flight Maintenance (IFM) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Phillips with TVIS hardware in Zvezda

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    2005-09-07

    ISS011-E-12608 (7 September 2005) --- Astronaut John L. Phillips, Expedition 11 NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer, works with a portion of the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) during In-Flight Maintenance (IFM) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Krikalev with TVIS hardware in Zvezda

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    2005-09-07

    ISS011-E-12494 (7 September 2005) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) during In-Flight Maintenance (IFM) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  12. Whitson receives haircut from Korzun in Zvezda

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    2002-10-01

    ISS005-E-18072 (October 2002) --- Cosmonaut Valery G. Korzun, Expedition Five mission commander, cuts astronaut Peggy A. Whitson’s hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Whitson, flight engineer, holds a vacuum device the crew has fashioned to garner freshly cut hair, which is floating freely.

  13. Whitson receives haircut from Korzun in Zvezda

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    2002-10-01

    ISS005-E-18071 (October 2002) --- Cosmonaut Valery G. Korzun, Expedition Five mission commander, cuts astronaut Peggy A. Whitson’s hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Whitson, flight engineer, holds a vacuum device the crew has fashioned to garner freshly cut hair, which is floating freely.

  14. Expedition One crew in Russian with Service Module

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    2000-07-14

    Photographic documentation of Expedition One crew in Russia with Service Module. Views include: The three crew members for ISS Expedition One train with computers on the trainer / mockup for the Zvezda Service Module. From the left are cosmonauts Yuri Gidzenko, Soyuz commander; and Sergei Krikalev, flight engineer; and astronaut William Shepherd, mission commander. The session took place at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia (18628). View looking toward the hatch inside the Zvezda Service Module trainer / mockup at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia (18629). A wide shot of the Zvezda Service Module trainer / mockup, with the transfer compartment in the foreground (18630). Side view of the Zvezda Service Module (18631). An interior shot of the Zarya / Functional Cargo Bay (FGB) trainer / mockup (18632). Astronaut Scott Kelly, director of operations - Russia, walks through a full scale trainer / mockup for the Zvezda Service Module at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia (18633). Astronaut William Shepherd (right) mission commander for ISS Expedition One, and Sergei Krikalev, flight engineer, participate in a training session in a trainer / mockup of the Zvezda Service Module (18634).

  15. ISS Expedition 18 Food Prep in Service Module (SM)

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    2009-01-01

    ISS018-E-017005 (1 Jan. 2009) --- Astronaut Sandra Magnus, Expedition 18 flight engineer, poses for a photo with food which she prepared at the galley in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  16. Voss in hatch at aft end of Service module

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    2001-03-22

    ISS002-E-5702 (22 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, translates through the forward hatch of the Zvezda Service Module. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  17. Usachev with Solid Waste Container in Service Module

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    2001-04-10

    ISS002-E-5336 (10 April 2001) --- As part of routine procedures, cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander, changes out a solid waste container in the Zvezda / Service Module. This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  18. Lu & Malenchenko work on storage batteries in Zvezda taken during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    STS106-388-011 (8-20 September 2000) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko (top), and astronaut Edward T. Lu, both mission specialists, work inside panels in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  19. Expedition 14 crew in the Zvezda Service module

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    2006-12-25

    ISS014-E-10242 (25 Dec. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (left), Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; astronaut Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, commander and NASA space station science officer; and astronaut Sunita L. Williams, flight engineer, conduct a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center at Johnson Space Center.

  20. Vinogradov at TORU control system in Zvezda

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    2006-06-26

    ISS013-E-42209 (26 June 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, practices docking procedures with the TORU teleoperated control system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station in preparation for the docking of the Progress 22 spacecraft. Vinogradov, using the Simvol-TS screen and hand controllers, could manually dock the Progress to the station in the event of a failure of the Kurs automated docking system.

  1. Voss with video camera in Service Module

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    2001-04-08

    ISS002-E-5329 (08 April 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, sets up a video camera on a mounting bracket in the Zvezda / Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). A 35mm camera and a digital still camera are also visible nearby. This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  2. Usachev in sleep station in Service Module

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    2001-04-22

    ISS002-E-5360 (22 April 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander, writes down some notes in his sleeping compartment in the Zvezda / Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  3. Usachev at sleep station in Service Module

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    2001-04-28

    ISS002-E-6337 (28 April 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander, writes down some notes in his sleeping compartment in the Zvezda / Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  4. Barratt with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-22

    ISS019-E-009491 (22 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, poses for a photo with the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) during in-flight maintenance operations in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. Gidzenko in Service Module with laptop computers

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    2001-03-30

    ISS-01-E-5070 (December 2000) --- Astronaut Yuri P. Gidzenko, Expedition One Soyuz commander, works with computers in the Zvezda or Service Module aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station (ISS). The picture was taken with a digital still camera.

  6. Voss in Service Module with apples

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    2001-03-22

    ISS002-E-5710 (22 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, appears to be trying to decide between two colors or two species of apples as he ponders them in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). This photo was taken with a digital still camera.

  7. Krikalev in Service module with tools

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    2001-03-30

    ISS01-E-5150 (December 2000) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition One flight engineer, retrieves a tool during an installation and set-up session in the Zvezda service module aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The picture was recorded with a digital still camera.

  8. Wakata with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009824 (23 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Wakata with TVIS in Service module

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    2009-04-23

    ISS019-E-009853 (23 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Voss in Service module with cycle ergometer

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    2001-03-23

    ISS002-E-5734 (23 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, gives his arms and upper body a workout with the bicycle ergometer facility in the Zvezda Service Module aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  11. Voss with soldering tool in Service Module

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    2001-03-28

    ISS002-E-5068 (28 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, prepares to use a soldering tool for a maintenance task in the Zvezda Service Module onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Astronaut Susan J. Helms, flight engineer, is in the background. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  12. Helms and Voss in Service Module

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    2001-04-10

    ISS002-E-5335 (10 April 2001) --- Astronaut Susan J. Helms (left and astronaut James S. Voss, both Expedition Two flight engineers, pose for a photograph aboard the Zvezda/Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  13. Voss with soldering tool in Service Module

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    2001-03-28

    ISS002-E-5069 (28 March 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, uses a soldering tool for a maintenance task in the Zvezda Service Module onboard the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  14. MS Kavandi with camera in Service Module

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    2001-07-16

    STS104-E-5125 (16 July 2001) --- Astronaut Janet L. Kavandi, STS-104 mission specialist, uses a camera as she floats through the Zvezda service module aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The five STS-104 crew members were visiting the orbital outpost to perform various tasks. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  15. Onufrienko with fresh fruit in the Zvezda SM, Expedition Four

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    2002-01-16

    ISS004-E-6334 (January 2002) --- Cosmonaut Yury I. Onufrienko, Expedition Four mission commander representing Rosaviakosmos, is photographed in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Apples and oranges are visible floating freely in front of Onufrienko. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  16. Dezhurov removes the docking probe in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-09-17

    ISS003-E-5621 (17 September 2001) --- Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov, Expedition Three flight engineer, prepares to remove the docking probe in the Zvezda Service Module's pressurized adapter. The docking probe successfully guided the arrival of the Russian-built Pirs docking compartment to the International Space Station (ISS). Mikhail Tyurin, flight engineer, is visible in the background. Tyurin and Dezhurov represent Rosaviakosmos.

  17. Culbertson cuts his hair in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-09-22

    ISS003-E-6104 (22 September 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr., Expedition Three mission commander, cuts his hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). This picture was taken with a digital still camera.

  18. Voss with globe in Service module

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    2001-04-08

    ISS002-E-5136 (8 April 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, holds a globe to be used for assistance in Earth observation duties. Voss is in the Zvezda Service Module aboard the International Space Station (ISS), where's he been working for several weeks along with cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos and astronaut Susan J. Helms. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  19. ISS Expedition 18 Sandra Magnus on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation and Stabilization (TVIS) in Service Module (SM)

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    2009-02-12

    ISS018-E-030101 (12 Feb. 2009) --- Astronaut Sandra Magnus, Expedition 18 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. ISS Expedition 18 Sandra Magnus on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation and Stabilization (TVIS) in Service Module (SM)

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    2009-02-12

    ISS018-E-030096 (12 Feb. 2009) --- Astronaut Sandra Magnus, Expedition 18 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Expedition One crew in Russian with Service Module

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    2000-07-14

    JSC2000-E-18630 (June 2000) --- A wide shot of the Zvezda Service Module trainer/mockup, with the transfer compartment in the foreground, displays the site of a great deal of training activity by astronauts and cosmonauts in training for ISS expeditions.

  2. Usachev typing while in sleep station in the Service Module

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    2001-03-23

    ISS002-E-5730 (23 March 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two commander, works at a laptop computer in his crew compartment in the Zvezda Service Module aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  3. Barratt during Soyuz descent training in Service Module

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    2009-07-06

    ISS020-E-017368 (6 July 2009) --- NASA astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 20 flight engineer, uses a computer at the TORU teleoperated control system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while conducting Soyuz descent training to maintain proficiency on systems used for entry and landing in the Soyuz vehicle.

  4. Usachev in Service Module with Russian food cans

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    2001-07-16

    STS104-E-5126 (16 July 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two commander, appears surrounded by food in the Zvezda service module aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Representing Rosaviakosmos, Usachev, commander, along with two astronauts, are hosting the STS-104 crew of astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  5. Usachev in hatch at aft end of Service module

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    2001-03-22

    ISS002-E-5705 (22 March 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos drifts through the forward hatch of the Zvezda Service Module during early days of his tour of duty aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  6. Voss with coffee and snack in Service Module

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    2001-04-12

    ISS002-E-5532 (12 April 2001) --- Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, has a coffee and a snack at the table in the Zvezda / Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  7. PZEh-MO-8/Body Mass Measurement in Service Module

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    2009-05-06

    ISS019-E-014222 (6 May 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, uses the IM mass measurement device to perform the PZEh-MO-8/Body Mass Measurement Russian biomedical routine assessments in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  8. PZEh-MO-8/Body Mass Measurement in Service Module

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    2009-05-06

    ISS019-E-014216 (6 May 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, uses the IM mass measurement device to perform the PZEh-MO-8/Body Mass Measurement Russian biomedical routine assessments in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Expedition Two crew eat a meal in the Service Module

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    2001-04-12

    ISS002-E-5339 (12 April 2001) --- The Expedition Two crewmembers -- astronaut Susan J. Helms (left), cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev and astronaut James S. Voss -- share a meal at the table in the Zvezda / Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS). This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  10. Helms eats apple and carrot stick in Service module

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    2001-04-21

    ISS002-E-5357 (21 April 2001) --- Just hours before the arrival of the STS-100/Endeavour crew, astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, enjoys a brief snack in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). The image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  11. Helms and Usachev with checklist in Service Module

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    2001-05-16

    ISS002-E-7605 (16 May 2001) --- Susan J. Helms, flight engineer, and Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, mission commander, read over procedures at the computer workstation in the Zvezda Service Module during the Expedition Two mission. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  12. Usachev performs maintenance on TVIS system in Service module

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    2001-04-01

    ISS002-E-5137 (April 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander, performs routine maintenance on the International Space Station's (ISS) Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda / Service Module. This image was recorded with a digital still camera.

  13. Haignere works in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-23

    ISS003-E-6855 (23-31 October 2001) --- French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere, works in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Haignere represents ESA, carrying out a flight program for CNES, the French Space Agency, under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  14. Dezhurov and Tyurin pose in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-08-01

    ISS003-E-5498 (August 2001) --- Cosmonauts Mikhail Tyurin (left) and Vladimir Dezhurov, Expedition Three flight engineers, pose for a photograph in the Zvezda Service Module. Tyurin and Dezhurov represent Rosaviakosmos. Please note: The date identifiers on some frames are not accurate due to a technical problem with one of the Expedition Three cameras. When a specific date is given in the text or description portion, it is correct.

  15. MS Malenchenko tapes brackets in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    S106-E-5175 (13 September) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, tapes brackets for the Zvezda during work on the service module. The mission specialist and the other STS-106 astronauts and cosmonaut are continuing electrical work and transfer activities as they near the halfway point of docked operations with the International Space Station. In all the crew will have 189 hours, 40 minutes of planned Atlantis-ISS docked time.

  16. Dezhurov works with electronic equipment in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-08-01

    ISS003-E-5486 (August 2001) --- Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Three flight engineer, works on electronic equipment behind a panel in the Zvezda Service Module. Please note: The date identifiers on some frames are not accurate due to a technical problem with one of the Expedition Three cameras. When a specific date is given in the text or description portion, it is correct.

  17. Dezhurov works with electronic equipment in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-08-01

    ISS003-E-5489 (August 2001) --- Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Three flight engineer, works on electronic equipment behind a panel in the Zvezda Service Module. Please note: The date identifiers on some frames are not accurate due to a technical problem with one of the Expedition Three cameras. When a specific date is given in the text or description portion, it is correct.

  18. MS Malenchenko and MS Lu conduct electrical work in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-13

    S106-E-5202 (13 September 2000) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, mission specialist representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, teams up with astronaut Edward T. Lu for some electrical work aboard the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station (ISS). Electrical work was the hallmark of the day as four of the mission specialists aboard ISS (temporarily docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis) replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them. Astronaut Edward T. Lu, is out of frame at right.

  19. Expedition Three crew pose for a group photo in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-01

    ISS003-E-7044 (October 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (center), Expedition Three mission commander, flanked by cosmonauts Mikhail Tyurin and Vladimir N. Dezhurov, both flight engineers, assemble for a group photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Tyurin and Dezhurov represent Rosaviakosmos. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  20. Walz, Bloomfield, Walheim and Ross pose in Zvezda during STS-110's visit to the ISS

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    2002-04-09

    STS110-E-5127 (10 April 2002) --- Astronauts Carl E. Walz (top left), Expedition Four flight engineer, Michael J. Bloomfield, STS-110 mission commander, and Rex J. Walheim (bottom left) and Jerry L. Ross, both STS-110 mission specialists, gather for an informal photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  1. Bursch, Ross and Smith talk in Zvezda during STS-110's visit to the ISS

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    2002-04-09

    STS110-E-5122 (10 April 2002) --- Astronauts Daniel W. Bursch (left), Expedition Four flight engineer, Jerry L. Ross and Steven L. Smith, both STS-110 mission specialists, converse in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  2. STS-110 crewmembers pose for photos in the Zvezda SM during Expedition Four

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    2002-04-16

    ISS004-E-10098 (16 April 2002) --- Astronaut Stephen N. Frick, STS-110 pilot, photographs crewmates in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). From the left are astronauts Michael J. Bloomfield, STS-110 mission commander, Jerry L. Ross and Lee M. E. Morin, both mission specialists. Astronaut Steven L. Smith, STS-110 mission specialist, floats above.

  3. Tyurin and Voss perform maintenance on the TVIS treadmill in the Service Module

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    2001-08-19

    ISS003-E-5200 (19 August 2001) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (left), Expedition Three flight engineer representing Rosaviakosmos, and astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, perform maintenance in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  4. Dezhurov holds a GTS electronics unit in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-08-01

    ISS003-E-5477 (August 2001) --- Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Three flight engineer, holds a Global Time System (GTS) electronics unit in the Zvezda Service Module. Please note: The date identifiers on some frames are not accurate due to a technical problem with one of the Expedition Three cameras. When a specific date is given in the text or description portion, it is correct.

  5. Expedition Three, Expedition Four and STS-108 crews eat a meal in Zvezda

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    2001-12-15

    ISS003-E-8385 (15 December 2001) --- Astronaut Carl E. Walz (left), Expedition Four flight engineer; cosmonaut Yuri I. Onufrienko, Expedition Four mission commander; along with astronauts Dominic L. Gorie, STS-108 mission commander, and Frank L. Culbertson, Jr., Expedition Three mission commander, pose for a group photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Various food items are visible in the foreground. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  6. MATRYOSHKA-R (RBO-3-2) Radiation Suite in the Service Module (SM)

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    2009-03-14

    ISS018-E-040944 (18 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, works with the European Matroshka-R Phantom experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-119) remains docked with the station. Matroshka, the name for the traditional Russian set of nestling dolls, is an antroph-amorphous model of a human torso designed for radiation studies.

  7. MATRYOSHKA-R (RBO-3-2) Radiation Suite in the Service Module (SM)

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    2009-03-14

    ISS018-E-040939 (18 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, prepares to work with the European Matroshka-R Phantom experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-119) remains docked with the station. Matroshka, the name for the traditional Russian set of nestling dolls, is an antroph-amorphous model of a human torso designed for radiation studies.

  8. MATRYOSHKA-R (RBO-3-2) radiation suite in service module (SM)

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    2009-03-18

    ISS018-E-040992 (18 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, works with the European Matroshka-R Phantom experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-119) remains docked with the station. Matroshka, the name for the traditional Russian set of nestling dolls, is an antroph-amorphous model of a human torso designed for radiation studies.

  9. Tyurin gives Culbertson a haircut in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-09-22

    ISS003-E-5901 (22 September 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (right), Expedition Three mission commander, holds a vacuum device the crew has fashioned to garner freshly cut hair floating freely, as Mikhail Tyurin cuts his hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Tyurin is a flight engineer representing Rosaviakosmos. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  10. Tyurin gives Dezhurov a haircut in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-09-22

    ISS003-E-5891 (22 September 2001) --- Cosmonauts Mikhail Tyurin (left) and Vladimir N. Dezhurov, Expedition Three flight engineers representing Rosaviakosmos, take turns cutting each other’s hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Dezhurov holds a vacuum device the crew has fashioned to garner freshly cut hair floating freely. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  11. Tyurin gives Culbertson a haircut in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-09-22

    ISS003-E-5896 (22 September 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (right), Expedition Three mission commander, holds a vacuum device the crew has fashioned to garner freshly cut hair floating freely, as Mikhail Tyurin cuts his hair in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Tyurin is a flight engineer representing Rosaviakosmos. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  12. Culbertson and Haignere work in the Service Module during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-23

    ISS003-E-6854 (23-31 October 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (left), Expedition Three mission commander, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere, work in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Haignere represents ESA, carrying out a flight program for CNES, the French Space Agency, under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  13. The Soyuz Taxi crew pose for a group photo in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-23

    ISS003-E-7033 (23-31 October 2001) --- The Soyuz Taxi crewmembers assemble for a group photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). From the left are Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev, Commander Victor Afanasyev, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere. Afanasyev and Kozeev represent Rosaviakosmos, and Haignere represents ESA, carrying out a flight program for CNES, the French Space Agency, under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  14. Taxi and Expedition Three crews pose for a group photo in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-23

    ISS003-E-7036 (23-31 October 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (foreground), Expedition Three mission commander, and the Soyuz Taxi crewmembers assemble for a group photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). From the left are Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev, Commander Victor Afanasyev, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere. Afanasyev and Kozeev represent Rosaviakosmos, and Haignere represents ESA, carrying out a flight program for CNES, the French Space Agency, under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  15. Taxi and Expedition Three crews pose for a group photo in Zvezda during Expedition Three

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    2001-10-23

    ISS003-E-7037 (23-31 October 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. (foreground), Expedition Three mission commander, and the Soyuz Taxi crewmembers assemble for a group photo in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). From the left are Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev, Commander Victor Afanasyev, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere. Afanasyev and Kozeev represent Rosaviakosmos, and Haignere represents ESA, carrying out a flight program for CNES, the French Space Agency, under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  16. External view of Zarya and Zvezda taken during the STS-106 mission

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    2000-09-11

    S106-E-5116 (11 September 2000) --- This view of the International Space Station (ISS) was taken while it was docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis and shows parts of all but one of the current components. From the top are the Progress supply vehicle, the Zvezda service module, and the Zarya functional cargo block (FGB). The Unity, now linked to the docking system of the Atlantis in the cargo bay, is out of view at bottom. A multicolored layer signals a sunset or sunrise on Earth at bottom left.

  17. PHITS simulations of the Protective curtain experiment onboard the Service module of ISS: Comparison with absorbed doses measured with TLDs

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    Ploc, Ondřej; Sihver, Lembit; Kartashov, Dmitry; Shurshakov, Vyacheslav; Tolochek, Raisa

    2013-12-01

    "Protective curtain" was the physical experiment onboard the International Space Station (ISS) aimed on radiation measurement of the dose - reducing effect of the additional shielding made of hygienic water-soaked wipes and towels placed on the wall in the crew cabin of the Service module Zvezda. The measurements were performed with 12 detector packages composed of thermoluminescent detectors (TLDs) and plastic nuclear track detectors (PNTDs) placed at the Protective curtain, so that they created pairs of shielded and unshielded detectors.

  18. Apollo 13 Service Module

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    1970-04-17

    AS13-59-8500A (17 April 1970) --- This view of the severely damaged Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) was photographed from the Lunar Module/Command Module (LM/CM) following SM jettisoning. As seen in this cropped image, enlarged to provide a close-up view of the damaged area, an entire panel on the SM was blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two located in Sector 4 of the SM. Two of the three fuel cells are visible just forward (above) the heavily damaged area. Three fuel cells, two oxygen tanks, and two hydrogen tanks are located in Sector 4. The damaged area is located above the S-Band high gain antenna. Nearest the camera is the Service Propulsion System (SPS) engine and nozzle. The damage to the SM caused the Apollo 13 crew members to use the LM as a "lifeboat". The LM was jettisoned just prior to Earth re-entry by the CM. Photo credit: NASA

  19. Russian Module Photography of the Service Module (SM) during Russian Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 21A

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    2009-03-10

    ISS018-E-039022 (10 March 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Fincke, Expedition 18 commander, participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA) to perform maintenance on the International Space Station. During the 4-hour, 49-minute spacewalk, Fincke and cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov (out of frame) reinstalled the Exposing Specimens of Organic and Biological Materials to Open Space (Expose-R) experiment on the universal science platform mounted to the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module. The spacewalkers also removed straps, or tape, from the area of the docking target on the Pirs airlock and docking compartment. The tape was removed to ensure it does not get in the way during the arrival of visiting Soyuz or Progress spacecraft.

  20. Yurchikhin in Service Module

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    2013-06-15

    ISS036-E-008182 (15 June 2013) --- Expedition 36 Flight Engineer Fyodor Yurchikhin with Russia's Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) takes pictures of a highly anticipated event from a window in the Pirs module on the International Space Station. The European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) “Albert Einstein” was about to dock to the orbital outpost at 2:07 GMT, June 15, 2013, following a ten-day period of free-flight.

  1. Yurchikhin in Service Module

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    2013-06-15

    ISS036-E-008165 (15 June 2013) --- Expedition 36 Flight Engineer Fyodor Yurchikhin with Russia's Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) takes pictures of a highly anticipated event from a window in the Pirs module on the International Space Station. His electronic still camera is equipped with a 400mm lens to capture distant images of the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) “Albert Einstein.” The spacecraft eventually moved in much closer and successfully docked to the orbital outpost at 2:07 GMT, June 15, 2013, following a ten-day period of free-flight.

  2. Apollo 11 Command Service Module

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    1969-01-01

    A close-up view of the Apollo 11 command service module ready to be mated with the spacecraft LEM adapter of the third stage. The towering 363-foot Saturn V was a multi-stage, multi-engine launch vehicle standing taller than the Statue of Liberty. Altogether, the Saturn V engines produced as much power as 85 Hoover Dams.

  3. OA-7 Service Module Arrival

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    2017-02-01

    The Orbital ATK OA-7 Cygnus spacecraft's service module arrives inside the Space Station Processing Facility of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The service module is sealed in an environmentally controlled shipping container, pulled in by truck on a low-boy flatbed trailer. Scheduled to launch on March 19, 2017, the Orbital ATK OA-7 mission will lift off atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station will deliver thousands of pounds of supplies, equipment and scientific research materials that improve life on Earth and drive progress toward future space exploration.

  4. Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from Lunar Module

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    1969-01-01

    The Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from the Lunar Module, 'Spider', on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. Docking mechanism is visible in nose of the Command Module, 'Gumdrop'. Object jutting out from the Service Module aft bulkhead is the high-gain S-Band antenna.

  5. Command and Service Module Communications

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    Interbartolo, Michael

    2009-01-01

    This viewgraph presentation examines Command and Service Module (CSM) Communications. The communication system's capabilities are defined, including CSM-Earth, CSM-Lunar Module and CSM-Extravehicular crewman communications. An overview is provided for S-band communications, including data transmission and receiving rates, operating frequencies and major system components (pre-modulation processors, unified S-band electronics, S-band power amplifier and S-band antennas). Additionally, data transmission rates, operating frequencies and the capabilities of VHF communications are described. Major VHF components, including transmitters and receivers, and the VHF multiplexer and antennas are also highlighted. Finally, communications during pre-launch, ascent, in-flight and entry are discussed. Overall, the CSM communication system was rated highly by flight controllers and crew. The system was mostly autonomous for both crew and flight controllers and no major issues were encountered during flight.

  6. Lonchakov on Service Module (SM) during Russian Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 21A

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    2009-03-10

    ISS018-E-039196 (10 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA) to perform maintenance on the International Space Station. During the 4-hour, 49-minute spacewalk, Lonchakov and astronaut Michael Fincke (out of frame), commander, reinstalled the Exposing Specimens of Organic and Biological Materials to Open Space (Expose-R) experiment on the universal science platform mounted to the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module. The spacewalkers also removed straps, or tape, from the area of the docking target on the Pirs airlock and docking compartment. The tape was removed to ensure it does not get in the way during the arrival of visiting Soyuz or Progress spacecraft.

  7. STS-97 and Expedition One crewmembers pose for a photo in the Service Module

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    2000-12-08

    STS097-326-031 (8 December 2000)--- When the five STS-97 astronauts paid a visit to the three Expedition 1 crew members onboard the International Space Station (ISS), they all posed for a traditional in-flight portrait, albeit for the first time in the Zvezda Service Module. On the front row are (left to right) astronauts Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-97 commander; William M. Shepherd, Expedition 1 mission commander; and Joseph R. Tanner, STS-97 mission specialist. On the second row are (from the left) cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 1 flight engineer; astronaut Carlos I. Noriega, STS-97 mission specialist; cosmonaut Yuri P. Gidzenko, Expedition 1 Soyuz commander; and astronaut Michael J. Bloomfield, STS-97 pilot. Behind them is astronaut Marc Garneau, STS-97 mission specialist representing the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Krikalev and Gidzenko represent the Russian Aviation and Space Agency.

  8. STS-97 and Expedition One crewmembers pose for a photo in the Service Module

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2000-12-08

    STS097-313-001 (8 December 2000)--- When the five STS-97 astronauts paid a visit to the three Expedition 1 crew members onboard the International Space Station (ISS), they all posed for a traditional in-flight portrait, albeit for the first time in the Zvezda Service Module. On the front row are (left to right) astronauts Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-97 commander; William M. Shepherd, Expedition 1 mission commander; and Joseph R. Tanner, STS-97 mission specialist. On the second row are (from the left) cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 1 flight engineer; astronaut Carlos I. Noriega, STS-97 mission specialist; cosmonaut Yuri P. Gidzenko, Expedition 1 Soyuz commander; and astronaut Michael J. Bloomfield, STS-97 pilot. Behind them is astronaut Marc Garneau, STS-97 mission specialist representing the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Krikalev and Gidzenko represent the Russian Aviation and Space Agency.

  9. Lonchakov holds Space Science P/L Kristallizator Module-1 experiment hardware in the SM during Joint Operations

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    2008-10-15

    ISS017-E-018411 (15 Oct. 2008) --- Russian Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, looks over a procedures checklist while holding Space Science P/L Crystallizer Module-1 experiment hardware in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Lonchakov on Service Module (SM) near 2AP-BKA during Russian Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 21A

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    2009-03-10

    ISS018-E-039147 (10 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA) to perform maintenance on the International Space Station. During the 4-hour, 49-minute spacewalk, Lonchakov and astronaut Michael Fincke (out of frame), commander, reinstalled the Exposing Specimens of Organic and Biological Materials to Open Space (Expose-R) experiment on the universal science platform mounted to the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module. The spacewalkers also removed straps, or tape, from the area of the docking target on the Pirs airlock and docking compartment. The tape was removed to ensure it does not get in the way during the arrival of visiting Soyuz or Progress spacecraft.

  11. Lonchakov on Service Module (SM) near 2AP-BKA during Russian Extravehicular Activity (EVA) 21A

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    2009-03-10

    ISS018-E-039156 (10 March 2009) --- Cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov, Expedition 18 flight engineer, participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA) to perform maintenance on the International Space Station. During the 4-hour, 49-minute spacewalk, Lonchakov and astronaut Michael Fincke (out of frame), commander, reinstalled the Exposing Specimens of Organic and Biological Materials to Open Space (Expose-R) experiment on the universal science platform mounted to the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module. The spacewalkers also removed straps, or tape, from the area of the docking target on the Pirs airlock and docking compartment. The tape was removed to ensure it does not get in the way during the arrival of visiting Soyuz or Progress spacecraft.

  12. External Survey from Windows in Mini-Research Modules and Pirs Docking Compartment

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    2013-04-03

    ISS035-E-013901 (3 April 2013) --- This close-up picture of a Zvezda Service Module array, reflecting bright rays of the sun, thus creating an artistic scene, was photographed on April 3 by one of the Expedition 35 crew members as part of an External Survey from International Space Station windows that was recently added to the crew's task list.

  13. Service Modules for Coal Extraction

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Gangal, M. D.; Lewis, E. V.

    1985-01-01

    Service train follows group of mining machines, paying out utility lines as machines progress into coal face. Service train for four mining machines removes gases and coal and provides water and electricity. Flexible, coiling armored carriers protect cables and hoses. High coal production attained by arraying row of machines across face, working side by side.

  14. OA-7 Mate Service Module to Cargo Module

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    2017-02-14

    In the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, technicians and engineers mate a Cygnus spacecraft's pressurized cargo module to its service module. Cygnus is being prepared to deliver thousands of pounds of supplies, equipment and scientific research materials on the Orbital ATK CRS-7 mission to the International Space Station. Scheduled to launch on March 19, 2017, the commercial resupply services mission will lift off atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

  15. Command module/service module reaction control subsystem assessment

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Weary, D. P.

    1971-01-01

    Detailed review of component failure histories, qualification adequacy, manufacturing flow, checkout requirements and flow, ground support equipment interfaces, subsystem interface verification, protective devices, and component design did not reveal major weaknesses in the command service module (CSM) reaction control system (RCS). No changes to the CSM RCS were recommended. The assessment reaffirmed the adequacy of the CSM RCS for future Apollo missions.

  16. Voss with docking probe in Service module

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    2001-05-30

    ISS002-E-6478 (30 May 2001) --- James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, handles a spacecraft docking probe in the Service Module. The docking probe assists with the docking of the Soyuz and Progress vehicles to the International Space Station. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  17. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  18. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

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    2017-03-16

    A crane and rigging are used to lift the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  19. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

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    2017-03-16

    A crane lifts the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) high up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  20. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

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    2017-03-16

    Preparations are underway to lift the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  1. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2017-03-16

    Construction workers assist as a crane and rigging are used to position the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) for installation high up on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  2. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2017-03-16

    Seeming to hang in midair, the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) is lifted high up by crane for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  3. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2017-03-16

    A crane and rigging are used to position the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) for installation high up on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  4. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2017-03-16

    A crane and rigging are used to lift the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) high up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  5. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. The test team gathered for an event to mark the end of testing. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  6. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. Patrick Simpkins, director of Engineering, speaks to the test team during an event to mark the end of testing. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  7. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. The test team gathered with a special banner during an event to mark the end of testing. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  8. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. One of the test team members signs a banner during an event to mark the end of testing. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  9. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Testing Complete

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2016-10-19

    Testing of the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) was completed at the Launch Equipment Test Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The OSMU was attached to Vehicle Motion Simulator 1 for a series of simulated launch tests to validate it for installation on the mobile launcher. The test team signed a special banner during an event to mark the end of testing. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. Kennedy's Engineering Directorate is providing support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program for testing of the OSMU. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018.

  10. Interface Specifications for the A-7E Shared Services Module.

    DTIC Science & Technology

    1982-09-08

    To illustrate the principles, the onboard software for the Navy’s A-7E aircraft will be redesigned and rewritten. The Shared Services module provides...purpose of the Shared Services module is to allow the remainder of the software to remain unchanged when the requirements-based rules for these values and...services change. This report describes the modular structure of the Shared Services module, and contains the abstract interface specifications for all

  11. Implementation of ALARA radiation protection on the ISS through polyethylene shielding augmentation of the Service Module crew quarters

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Shavers, M.; Zapp, N.; Barber, R.; Wilson, J.; Qualls, G.; Toupes, L.; Ramsey, S.; Vinci, V.; Smith, G.; Cucinotta, F.

    With 5 to 7-month long duration missions at 51.6° inclination in Low Earth Orbit, the ionizing radiation levels to which International Space Station (ISS) crewmembers are exposed will be the highest planned occupational exposures in the world. Even with the expectation that regulatory dose limits will not be exceeded during a single tour of duty aboard the ISS, the "as low as reasonably achievable" (ALARA) precept requires that radiological risks be minimized when possible through an dose optimization process. Judicious placement of efficient shielding materials in locations where crewmembers sleep, rest, or work is an important means for implementing ALARA for spaceflight. Polyethylene (Cn Hn ), is a relatively inexpensive, stable, and, with a low atomic number, an effective shielding material that has been certified for use aboard the ISS. Several designs for placement of slabs or walls of polyethylene have been evaluated for radiation exposure reduction in the Crew Quarters (CQ) of the Zvezda (Star) Service Module. Optimization of shield designs relies on accurate characterization of the expected primary and secondary particle environment and modeling of the predicted radiobiological responses of critical organs and tissues. Results of the studies shown herein indicate that 20% or more reduction in dose equivalent to the CQ occupant is achievable. These results suggest that shielding design and risk analysis are necessary measures for reducing long-term radiological risks to ISS inhabitants and for meeting legal ALARA requirements. Verification of shield concepts requires results from specific designs to be compared with onboard dosimetry.

  12. Implementation of ALARA radiation protection on the ISS through polyethylene shielding augmentation of the Service Module Crew Quarters

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Shavers, M. R.; Zapp, N.; Barber, R. E.; Wilson, J. W.; Qualls, G.; Toupes, L.; Ramsey, S.; Vinci, V.; Smith, G.; Cucinotta, F. A.

    2004-01-01

    With 5-7 month long duration missions at 51.6° inclination in Low Earth Orbit, the ionizing radiation levels to which International Space Station (ISS) crewmembers are exposed will be the highest planned occupational exposures in the world. Even with the expectation that regulatory dose limits will not be exceeded during a single tour of duty aboard the ISS, the "as low as reasonably achievable" (ALARA) precept requires that radiological risks be minimized when possible through a dose optimization process. Judicious placement of efficient shielding materials in locations where crewmembers sleep, rest, or work is an important means for implementing ALARA for spaceflight. Polyethylene (C nH n) is a relatively inexpensive, stable, and, with a low atomic number, an effective shielding material that has been certified for use aboard the ISS. Several designs for placement of slabs or walls of polyethylene have been evaluated for radiation exposure reduction in the Crew Quarters (CQ) of the Zvezda (Star) Service Module. Optimization of shield designs relies on accurate characterization of the expected primary and secondary particle environment and modeling of the predicted radiobiological responses of critical organs and tissues. Results of the studies shown herein indicate that 20% or more reduction in equivalent dose to the CQ occupant is achievable. These results suggest that shielding design and risk analysis are necessary measures for reducing long-term radiological risks to ISS inhabitants and for meeting legal ALARA requirements. Verification of shield concepts requires results from specific designs to be compared with onboard dosimetry.

  13. Introduction to Industry Services. Self-Paced Instructional Module. Module Number I-A.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Brooks, Kent

    One of 33 self-paced instructional modules categorized under 13 major headings, which have been prepared for training industry services leaders to provide guidance in the performance of industry service tasks, this module is an introduction for those who need basic information about the concepts and activities of industry services programs.…

  14. Web service module for access to g-Lite

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Goranova, R.; Goranov, G.

    2012-10-01

    G-Lite is a lightweight grid middleware for grid computing installed on all clusters of the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI). The middleware is partially service-oriented and does not provide well-defined Web services for job management. The existing Web services in the environment cannot be directly used by grid users for building service compositions in the EGI. In this article we present a module of well-defined Web services for job management in the EGI. We describe the architecture of the module and the design of the developed Web services. The presented Web services are composable and can participate in service compositions (workflows). An example of usage of the module with tools for service compositions in g-Lite is shown.

  15. Apollo Command/Service Modules photographed against black sky

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    1971-02-04

    AS14-66-9344 (February 1971) --- The Apollo Command and Service Modules (CSM) are photographed against a black sky background from the Lunar Module (LM) above the moon. While astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr., commander, and Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, descended in the LM "Antares" to explore the Fra Mauro region of the moon, astronaut Stuart A. Roosa , command module pilot, remained with the CSM "Kitty Hawk" in lunar orbit.

  16. Food Service Worker. Instructional Modules for Food Management, Production and Services. Modules 1-17. Competency Based Curriculum.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Tennessee Univ., Knoxville. Dept. of Vocational-Technical Education.

    These 17 teacher modules are part of a curriculum dealing with food management, production, and services that was developed for use in secondary and postsecondary vocational programs in Tennessee. Covered in the individual modules are food service careers, math skills, reading and converting recipes, work simplification, self-development,…

  17. Evolution of MPCV Service Module Propulsion and GNC Interface Requirements

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    Hickman, Heather K.; Dickens, Kevin W.; Madsen, Jennifer M.; Gutkowski, Jeffrey P.; Ierardo, Nicola; Jaeger, Markus; Lux, Johannes; Freundenberger, John L.; Paisley, Jonathan

    2014-01-01

    The Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Service Module Propulsion Subsystem provides propulsion for the integrated Crew and Service Module. Updates in the exploration architecture between Constellation and MPCV as well as NASA's partnership with the European Space Agency have resulted in design changes to the SM Propulsion Subsystem and updates to the Propulsion interface requirements with Guidance Navigation and Control. This paper focuses on the Propulsion and GNC interface requirement updates between the Constellation Service Module and the European Service Module and how the requirement updates were driven or supported by architecture updates and the desired use of hardware with heritage to United States and European spacecraft for the Exploration Missions, EM-1 and EM-2.

  18. Equity and Urban Service Distribution, Package XVIII. Module 1; Module 2: Handbook for Analyzing the Distribution of Solid Waste Collection Services; Module 3: Handbook for Analyzing the Distribution of Library Services; Module 4: Handbook for Analyzing the Distribution of Park Services; Module 5: Handbook for Analyzing the Distribution of Police Services.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Lucy, William H.; Mladenka, Kenneth R.

    This package contains the student materials for five modules which comprise a portion of the National Training and Development Service Urban Management Curriculum Development Project. These modules focus on the distribution of services in urban areas. Module One presents chapters on service distribution and equity, effectiveness, decision making,…

  19. Modules in Agricultural Education for Agricultural Supplies and Services.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of Occupational and Career Curriculum Development.

    Each of the 22 curriculum modules in this packet for instruction in agricultural supplies and services contains a brief description of the module content, a list of the major division or units, the overall objectives, objectives by units, content outline, and suggested teaching methods, student application activities, and evaluation procedures. A…

  20. Orion European Service Module (ESM) Development, Integration and Qualification Status

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    Berthe, Philippe; Over, Ann P.; Picardo, Michelle; Byers, Anthony W.

    2017-01-01

    ESA and the European Industry are supplying the European Service Module for Orion. An overview of the system and subsystem configuration of the Orion European Service Module (ESM) as designed and built for the EM-1 mission is provided as well as an outline of its development, assembly, integration and verification process performed by ESA and NASA in coordination with their respective Industrial prime contractors, Airbus Defence and Space and Lockheed Martin.

  1. View of damaged Apollo 13 Service Module from the Lunar/Command Modules

    NASA Image and Video Library

    1970-04-17

    AS13-58-8464 (17 April 1970) --- This view of the severely damaged Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) was photographed from the Lunar Module/Command Module (LM/CM) following SM jettisoning. Nearest the camera is the Service Propulsion System (SPS) engine and nozzle. An entire SM panel was blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two located in Sector 4 of the SM. The apparent rupture of the oxygen tank caused the Apollo 13 crew men to use the Lunar Module (LM) as a "lifeboat".

  2. View of docked Apollo 9 Command/Service Module and Lunar Module

    NASA Image and Video Library

    1969-03-06

    AS09-20-3064 (6 March 1969) --- Excellent view of the docked Apollo 9 Command and Service Modules (CSM) and Lunar Module (LM), with Earth in the background, during astronaut David R. Scott's stand-up extravehicular activity (EVA), on the fourth day of the Apollo 9 Earth-orbital mission. Scott, command module pilot, is standing in the open hatch of the Command Module (CM). Astronaut Russell L. Schweickart, lunar module pilot, took this photograph of Scott from the porch of the LM. Inside the LM was astronaut James A. McDivitt, Apollo 9 commander.

  3. Wakata haircut in the Service Module (SM)

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    2009-04-04

    ISS018-E-044596 (4 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 18/19 flight engineer, trims his hair in the Zarya module of the International Space Station, using hair clippers fashioned with a vacuum device to garner freshly cut hair.

  4. Wakata haircut in the Service Module (SM)

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    2009-04-04

    ISS018-E-044602 (4 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 18/19 flight engineer, trims his hair in the Zarya module of the International Space Station, using scissors and a vacuum device to garner freshly cut hair.

  5. Wakata haircut in the Service Module (SM)

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    2009-04-04

    ISS018-E-044607 (4 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 18/19 flight engineer, returns scissors and hair clippers to their storage bag after trimming his hair in the Zarya module of the International Space Station.

  6. Food Service Worker. Instructional Modules for Food Management, Production and Services. Modules 18-34. Competency Based Curriculum.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Tennessee Univ., Knoxville. Dept. of Vocational-Technical Education.

    These 17 teacher modules are part of a curriculum dealing with food management, production, and services that was developed for use in secondary and postsecondary vocational programs in Tennessee. Covered in the individual modules are hand cutlery, breakfast items, grain products, vegetables, salad dressing, meats, stock, soups, sauces, garnishes,…

  7. Food Service Worker. Instructional Modules for Food Management, Production and Services. Modules 35-52. Competency Based Curriculum.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Tennessee Univ., Knoxville. Dept. of Vocational-Technical Education.

    These 18 teacher modules are part of a curriculum dealing with food management, production, and services that was developed for use in secondary and postsecondary vocational programs in Tennessee. Covered in the individual modules are quickbreads, pies, icings and toppings, specialty cakes, specialty desserts, yeast products, cream puff and puff…

  8. Apollo 17 Command/Service modules photographed from lunar module in orbit

    NASA Image and Video Library

    1972-12-14

    AS17-145-22254 (14 Dec. 1972) --- An excellent view of the Apollo 17 Command and Service Modules (CSM) photographed from the Lunar Module (LM) "Challenger" during rendezvous and docking maneuvers in lunar orbit. The LM ascent stage, with astronauts Eugene A. Cernan and Harrison H. Schmitt aboard, had just returned from the Taurus-Littrow landing site on the lunar surface. Astronaut Ronald E. Evans remained with the CSM in lunar orbit. Note the exposed Scientific Instrument Module (SIM) Bay in Sector 1 of the Service Module (SM). Three experiments are carried in the SIM bay: S-209 lunar sounder, S-171 infrared scanning spectrometer, and the S-169 far-ultraviolet spectrometer. Also mounted in the SIM bay are the panoramic camera, mapping camera and laser altimeter used in service module photographic tasks. A portion of the LM is on the right.

  9. Apollo Command and Service Module Propulsion Systems Overview

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Interbartolo, Michael A.

    2009-01-01

    An overview of the Apollo Command and Service Module (CSM) propulsion systems is provided. The systems for CSM propulsion and control are defined, the times during the mission when each system is used are listed, and, the basic components and operation of the service propulsion system, SM reaction control system and CM reaction control system are described.

  10. Apollo spacecraft Command/Service Module and Lunar Module 3 arrive at VAB

    NASA Image and Video Library

    1968-12-03

    Apollo Spacecraft 104 Command/Service Module and Lunar Module 3 arrive at the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) for mating atop the Saturn 504 launch vehicle. The Saturn 504 stack is out of view. The Saturn V first (S-IC) stage in left background is scheduled for a later flight.

  11. Apollo Spacecraft 020 Command Module readied for mating with Service Module

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    1967-12-06

    S68-17301 (6 Dec. 1967) --- Apollo Spacecraft 020 Command Module is hoisted into position for mating with Service Module in the Kennedy Space Center's Manned Spacecraft Operations Building. Spacecraft 020 will be flown on the Apollo 6 (Spacecraft 020/Saturn 502) unmanned, Earth-orbital space mission.

  12. Implementation of ALARA radiation protection on the ISS through polyethylene shielding augmentation of the Service Module Crew Quarters

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    Shavers, M. R.; Zapp, N.; Barber, R. E.; Wilson, J. W.; Qualls, G.; Toupes, L.; Ramsey, S.; Vinci, V.; Smith, G.; Cucinotta, F. A.

    2004-01-01

    With 5-7 month long duration missions at 51.6 degrees inclination in Low Earth Orbit, the ionizing radiation levels to which International Space Station (ISS) crewmembers are exposed will be the highest planned occupational exposures in the world. Even with the expectation that regulatory dose limits will not be exceeded during a single tour of duty aboard the ISS, the "as low as reasonably achievable" (ALARA) precept requires that radiological risks be minimized when possible through a dose optimization process. Judicious placement of efficient shielding materials in locations where crewmembers sleep, rest, or work is an important means for implementing ALARA for spaceflight. Polyethylene (CnHn) is a relatively inexpensive, stable, and, with a low atomic number, an effective shielding material that has been certified for use aboard the ISS. Several designs for placement of slabs or walls of polyethylene have been evaluated for radiation exposure reduction in the Crew Quarters (CQ) of the Zvezda (Star) Service Module. Optimization of shield designs relies on accurate characterization of the expected primary and secondary particle environment and modeling of the predicted radiobiological responses of critical organs and tissues. Results of the studies shown herein indicate that 20% or more reduction in equivalent dose to the CQ occupant is achievable. These results suggest that shielding design and risk analysis are necessary measures for reducing long-term radiological risks to ISS inhabitants and for meeting legal ALARA requirements. Verification of shield concepts requires results from specific designs to be compared with onboard dosimetry. c2004 COSPAR. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  13. View of the Apollo 16 Command/Service Module from the Lunar module in orbit

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    1971-04-20

    AS16-113-18282 (23 April 1972) --- The Apollo Command and Service Modules (CSM) "Casper" approaches the Lunar Module (LM) "Orion", from which this photograph was made. The two spacecraft are about to make their final rendezvous of the mission, on April 23, 1972. Astronauts John W. Young, commander, and Charles M. Duke Jr., lunar module pilot, aboard the LM, were returning to the CSM, in lunar orbit, after three successful days on the lunar surface. Astronaut Thomas K. (Ken) Mattingly II, command module pilot, remained with the CSM in lunar orbit, while Young and Duke descended in the LM to explore the Descartes region of the moon.

  14. View of damaged Apollo 13 Service Module from the Lunar/Command Modules

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    1970-04-17

    This view of the damaged Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) was photographed from the Lunar Module/Command Module following SM jettisoning. As seen here, an entire panel on the SM was blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two located in Sector 4 of the SM. Two of the three fuel cells are visible just forward (above) the heavily damaged area. Three fuel cells, two oxygen tanks, and two hydrogen tanks are locate in Sector 4. The damaged area is located above the S-band high gain antenna. Nearest the camera is the Service Propulsion System (SPS) engine and nozzle. The damage to the SM caused the Apollo 13 crewmen to use the Lunar Module (LM) as a "lifeboat". The LM was jettisoned just prior to Earth reentry by the Command Module.

  15. European Service Module-Structural Test Article Load onto Transp

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    2017-06-21

    The Orion service module structural test article for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), built by the European Space Agency, is prepared for shipment to Lockheed Martin's Denver facility to undergo testing. Inside the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, workers secure the protective covering around the module and a crane lifts the module, secured on stand, for the move to the transport truck. The Orion spacecraft will launch atop the agency's Space Launch System rocket on EM-1 in 2019.

  16. Apollo Experience Report: Command and Service Module Reaction Control Systems

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    Taeuber, Ralph J.; Weary, Dwayne P.

    1973-01-01

    The reaction control systems of the Apollo command and service module were developed and modified between July 1961 and July 1969. The successful development of these systems, as part of the Apollo Program, was the result of extensive testing, retesting, and modifications of the hardware to ensure system capability and intrasystem compatibility.

  17. View of damaged Apollo 13 Service Module from the Lunar/Command Modules

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    1970-04-17

    AS13-58-8458 (17 April 1970) --- This view of the severely damaged Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) was photographed from the Lunar Module/Command Module (LM/CM) following SM jettisoning. An entire SM panel was blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two. Two of the three fuel cells are visible at the forward portion of the opening. The hydrogen tanks are located in Sector 4 of the Apollo 13 SM. The apparent rupture of the oxygen tank caused the Apollo 13 crew members to use the LM as a "lifeboat." The LM was jettisoned just prior to Earth re-entry by the CM.

  18. Apollo 17 Command/Service modules photographed from lunar module in orbit

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    1972-12-14

    AS17-145-22273 (7-19 Dec. 1972) --- In this view, taken from the Lunar Module (LM), the Command and Service Module (CSM) are seen preparing to rendezvous with the LM. Note the reflection of the lunar surface on the CSM. The CSM, is piloted by Ronald E. Evans; while astronauts Eugene A. Cernan, commander; and Harrison W. Schmitt, lunar module pilot, are onboard the LM, following their extravehicular activities (EVA) on the moon's surface. While astronauts Cernan and Schmitt descended in the LM "Challenger" to explore the Taurus-Littrow region of the moon, astronaut Evans remained with the CSM "America" in lunar orbit.

  19. Apollo 13 Service Module and Lunar Module as entering Earth's atmosphere

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    1970-04-18

    S70-17646 (18 April 1970) --- An unidentified airline passenger snapped these bright objects, believed to be the Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) and Lunar Module (LM) as they entered Earth's atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean on April 18, 1970. The aircraft, an Air New Zealand DC-8 was midway between the Fiji Islands (Nandi Island to be specific) and Auckland, New Zealand, when the photograph was taken. The crew men of the problem plagued Apollo 13 mission jettisoned the LM and SM prior to entering Earth's atmosphere in the Apollo 13 Command Module (CM).

  20. View of damaged Apollo 13 Service Module from the Lunar/Command Modules

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    1970-04-17

    AS13-59-8562 (17 April 1970) --- This view of the Apollo 13 Lunar Module (LM) was photographed from the Command Module (CM) just after the LM had been jettisoned. The jettisoning occurred a few minutes before 11 a.m. (CST), April 17, 1970, just over an hour prior to splashdown of the CM in the south Pacific Ocean. The apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two in the Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) caused the Apollo 13 crew members to rely on the LM as a "lifeboat".

  1. European Service Module Structural Test Article Load onto Transport Truck

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    2017-06-21

    The Orion service module structural test article for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), built by the European Space Agency, is prepared for shipment to Lockheed Martin's Denver facility to undergo testing. Inside the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, a crane lifts the module onto a transport truck, where it is secured to be moved to the Shuttle Landing Facility for shipment. The Orion spacecraft will launch atop the agency's Space Launch System rocket on EM-1 in 2019.

  2. View of damaged Apollo 13 Service Module from the Lunar/Command Modules

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    1970-04-17

    AS13-59-8501 (17 April 1970) --- This view of the severely damaged Apollo 13 Service Module (SM) was photographed from the Lunar Module/Command Module (LM/CM) following SM jettisoning. As seen here, an entire panel on the SM was blown away by the apparent explosion of oxygen tank number two located in Sector 4 of the SM. Two of the three fuel cells are visible just forward (above) the heavily damaged area. Three fuel cells, two oxygen tanks, and two hydrogen tanks are located in Sector 4. The damaged area is located above the S-Band high gain antenna. Nearest the camera is the Service Propulsion System (SPS) engine and nozzle. The damage to the SM caused the Apollo 13 crew men to use the LM as a "lifeboat." The LM was jettisoned just prior to Earth re-entry by the CM.

  3. Orion Crew Module / Service Module Structural Weight and Center of Gravity Simulator and Vehicle Motion Simulator Hoist Structure for Orion Service Module Umbilical Testing

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    Ascoli, Peter A.; Haddock, Michael H.

    2014-01-01

    An Orion Crew Module Service Module Structural Weight and Center of Gravity Simulator and a Vehicle Motion Simulator Hoist Structure for Orion Service Module Umbilical Testing were designed during a summer 2014 internship in Kennedy Space Centers Structures and Mechanisms Design Branch. The simulator is a structure that supports ballast, which will be integrated into an existing Orion mock-up to simulate the mass properties of the Exploration Mission-1 flight vehicle in both fueled and unfueled states. The simulator mimics these configurations through the use of approximately 40,000 lbf of steel and water ballast, and a steel support structure. Draining four water tanks, which house the water ballast, transitions the simulator from the fueled to unfueled mass properties. The Ground Systems Development and Operations organization will utilize the simulator to verify and validate equipment used to maneuver and transport the Orion spacecraft in its fueled and unfueled configurations. The second design comprises a cantilevered tripod hoist structure that provides the capability to position a large Orion Service Module Umbilical in proximity to the Vehicle Motion Simulator. The Ground Systems Development and Operations organization will utilize the Vehicle Motion Simulator, with the hoist structure attached, to test the Orion Service Module Umbilical for proper operation prior to installation on the Mobile Launcher. Overall, these two designs provide NASA engineers viable concepts worthy of fabricating and placing into service to prepare for the launch of Orion in 2017.

  4. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    Crane specialists monitor the progress as the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) is lifted up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  5. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    Preparations are underway to lift the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  6. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    Construction workers and crane specialists high up on the mobile launcher tower monitor the progress as a crane positions the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  7. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    A view from below the mobile launcher shows a crane positioning the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) high up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  8. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    Crane specialists monitor the progress as the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) is lifted high up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  9. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    A crane positions the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  10. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    In this view looking down from high up on the mobile launcher, a crane positions the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  11. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Lift & Preparation for Ins

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    2017-03-13

    A crane lifts the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) high up for installation on the mobile launcher tower at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The mobile launcher tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  12. Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) Installation on Mobile Launcher (ML)

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    2017-03-13

    Cranes and rigging are being used to lift the bracket for the Orion Service Module Umbilical (OSMU) up for installation on the mobile launcher tower. The tower will be equipped with a number of lines, called umbilicals, that will connect to the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1). The OSMU will be located high on the mobile launcher tower and, prior to launch, will transfer liquid coolant for the electronics and air for the Environmental Control System to the Orion service module that houses these critical systems to support the spacecraft. EM-1 is scheduled to launch in 2018. The Ground Systems Development and Operations Program is overseeing installation of the umbilicals.

  13. Plume Impingement Analysis for the European Service Module Propulsion System

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    Yim, John Tamin; Sibe, Fabien; Ierardo, Nicola

    2014-01-01

    Plume impingement analyses were performed for the European Service Module (ESM) propulsion system Orbital Maneuvering System engine (OMS-E), auxiliary engines, and reaction control system (RCS) engines. The heat flux from plume impingement on the solar arrays and other surfaces are evaluated. This information is used to provide inputs for the ESM thermal analyses and help determine the optimal configuration for the RCS engines.

  14. Apollo 11 Command/Service modules photographed from Lunar Module in orbit

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    1969-07-20

    AS11-37-5445 (20 July 1969) --- The Apollo 11 Command and Service Modules (CSM) are photographed from the Lunar Module (LM) in lunar orbit during the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission. The lunar surface below is in the north central Sea of Fertility. The coordinates of the center of the picture are 51 degrees east longitude and 1 degree north latitude. About half of the crater Taruntius G is visible in the lower left corner of the picture. Part of Taruntius H can be seen at lower right.

  15. Apollo 10 Command/Service Modules seen from Lunar Module after separation

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    1969-05-22

    AS10-27-3873 (22 May 1969) --- The Apollo 10 Command and Service Modules (CSM) are photographed from the Lunar Module (LM) after CSM/LM separation in lunar orbit. The CSM was about 175 statute miles east of Smyth's Sea and was above the rough terrain which is typical of the lunar far side. The eastward oblique view of the lunar surface is centered near 105 degrees east longitude and 1 degree north latitude. The horizon is approximately 600 kilometers (374 statute miles) away. Numerous bright craters and the absence of shadows show that the sun was almost directly overhead when this photograph was taken.

  16. FERTILIZERS SALES AND SERVICE. AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY - SALES AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 9.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    THE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE IS TO ASSIST TEACHERS IN PREPARING HIGH SCHOOL AND POST-HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY OCCUPATIONS. ONE OF A SERIES, THIS MODULE WAS DEVELOPED ON THE BASIS OF STATE STUDIES BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE. THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE IS TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR ENTRY AND ADVANCEMENT IN FERTILIZER SALES AND SERVICE.…

  17. Career Education for Mental Health Workers. Techniques of Intervention. Human Service Instructional Series. Module No. 4.

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    Malchon, Margaret J.

    This module on techniques of intervention is one of a set of six developed to prepare human services workers for the changing mental health service delivery system. Following notes on the target population (community college students), module length (51 class hours), and suggested class size (15-25 students), the module contains the following…

  18. Career Education for Mental Health Workers. Integrative Seminar in Human Service. Human Service Instructional Series. Module No. 5.

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    Redcay, Shirley

    This module on an integrative seminar in human service is one of a set of six developed to prepare human services workers for the changing mental health service delivery system. A total of eight objectives are included to help students integrate previously learned knowledge and skills into a process of assessing service need, developing treatment…

  19. Apollo 17 Command/Service Modules backdropped against lunar landing site

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    1972-12-10

    This 70mm frame, showintg the Apollo 17 Command/Service Modules (CSM) backdropped against the Taurus-Littrow landing site, was exposed from the lunar module (LM) prior to the LM's touchdown on the lunar surface.

  20. Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command/Service Module being moved to Operations bldg

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    1967-01-01

    Transfer of Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command/Service Module for mating to the Saturn Lunar Module Adapter No. 05 in the Manned Spacecraft Operations bldg. S/C 012 will be flown on the Apollo/Saturn 204 mission.

  1. Line drawing of Apollo 14 Command/Service Modules

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    1971-01-12

    S71-16823 (January 1971) --- A line drawing illustrating a cutaway view of the Apollo 14 Command and Service Modules, showing the engineering changes in the CSM which were recommended by the Apollo 13 Review Board. (The Apollo 13 abort was caused by a short circuit and wiring overheating in one of the SM cryogenic oxygen tanks.) The major changes to the Apollo 14 CSM include adding a third cryogenic oxygen tank installed in a heretofore empty bay (in sector one) of the SM, addition of an auxiliary battery in the SM as a backup in case of fuel cell failure, and removal of destratification fans in the cryogenic oxygen tanks and removal of thermostat switches from the oxygen tank heater circuits. Provision for stowage of an emergency five-gallon supply of drinking water has been added to the CM.

  2. Spartan service module finite element modeling technique and analysis

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    Lindenmoyer, A. J.

    1985-01-01

    Sounding rockets have served as a relatively inexpensive and easy method of carrying experiments into the upper atmosphere. Limited observation time and pointing capabilities suggested the development of a new sounding rocket type carrier compatible with NASA's Space Transportation System. This concept evolved into the Spartan program, now credited with a successful Spartan 101 mission launched in June 1985. The next series of Spartans will use a service module primary structure. This newly designed reusable and universal component in the Spartan carrier system required thorough analysis and evaluation for flight certification. Using advanced finite element modeling techniques, the structure was analyzed and determined acceptable by meeting strict design goals and will be tested for verification of the analytical results.

  3. Apollo 9 Mission image - View of the Lunar Module (LM) 3 and Service Module (SM) LM Adapter

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    1969-03-03

    View of the Lunar Module (LM) 3 and Service Module (SM) LM Adapter. Film magazine was A,film type was SO-368 Ektachrome with 0.460 - 0.710 micrometers film / filter transmittance response and haze filter, 80mm lens.

  4. Getting Down to Business: Fertilizer and Pesticide Service, Module 5. Teacher Guide. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    McBain, Susan L.

    This is the fifth in a set of 36 teacher guides for the Entrepreneurship Training modules and accompanies CE 031 038. Its purpose is to give students some idea of what it is like to own and operate a fertilizer and pesticide service. Following an overview are general notes on use of the module. Suggested steps for module use contain suggestions on…

  5. Thermal Analysis of ISS Service Module Active TCS

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    Altov, Vladimir V.; Zaletaev, Sergey V.; Belyavskiy, Evgeniy P.

    2000-01-01

    ISS Service Module mission must begin in July 2000. The verification of design thermal requirements is mostly due to thermal analysis. The thermal analysis is enough difficult problem because of large number of ISS configurations that had to be investigated and various orbital environments. Besides the ISS structure has articulating parts such as solar arrays and radiators. The presence of articulating parts greatly increases computation times and requires accurate approach to organization of calculations. The varying geometry needs us to calculate the view factors several times during the orbit, while in static geometry case we need do it only once. In this paper we consider the thermal mathematical model of SM that includes the TCS and construction thermal models and discuss the results of calculations for ISS configurations 1R and 9Al. The analysis is based on solving the nodal heat balance equations for ISS structure by Kutta-Merson method and analytical solutions of heat transfer equations for TCS units. The computations were performed using thermal software TERM [1,2] that will be briefly described.

  6. Artist's concept of Apollo 14 Command/Service Modules circling Moon

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    1971-01-11

    S71-16574 (11 Jan. 1971) --- An artist's concept depicting the Apollo 14 Command and Service Modules (CSM) circling the moon as the Lunar Module (LM) heads toward a lunar landing. While astronaut Stuart A. Roosa, command module pilot, remains with the CSM in lunar orbit, astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr., commander; and Edgar D. Mitchell, lunar module pilot, will descend in the LM to explore an area in the rugged Fra Mauro highlands.

  7. Career Education for Mental Health Workers. Human Relations Skills. Human Service Instructional Series. Module No. 1.

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    Redcay, Shirley

    This module on human relations skills is one of a set of six developed to prepare human services workers for the changing mental health service delivery system. Focus is on developing rapport and knowledge of self as a human service provider in order to develop effective interpersonal relations. Following notes on the target population (human…

  8. MS Lu installs the TVIS equipment in Zvezda during STS-106

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    2000-09-16

    STS106-390-024 (8-20 September 2000) --- Astronaut Edward T. Lu, mission specialist, handles part of the treadmill device on the Service Module for the International Space Station. The crew left this and a large number of other items of hardware and supplies for future inhabitants of the station. Lu and four other astronauts, along with two cosmonauts, are wrapping up a 4.9 million-mile mission in which more than three tons of equipment were delivered to the International outpost.

  9. Cutaway view of the Command/Service modules of Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission

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    1969-05-19

    S69-34072 (May 1969) --- Artist's drawing illustrating a cutaway view of the Command and Service Modules of the Apollo 10 lunar orbit mission. Arrows point to various components and features of the CSM.

  10. Occupational Home Economics Education Series. Consumer Services. Competency Based Teaching Module.

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    Lowe, Phyllis; And Others

    This module, one of ten competency based modules developed for vocational home economics teachers, is based on a job cluster in consumer services. It is designed for a variety of levels (secondary, post-secondary, adult) in both school and non-school settings. Focusing on the specific job title of consumer advisor, eight competencies are listed…

  11. Occupational Home Economics Education Series. Window Treatment Services. Competency Based Teaching Module.

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    Lowe, Phyllis; And Others

    This module, one of ten competency based modules developed for vocational home economics teachers, is based on a job cluster in window treatment services. It can be used for various types of learners such as the handicapped, slowlearners, high school students, and adults including senior citizens. Focusing on the specific job title of window…

  12. Getting Down to Business: Tree Service, Module 3. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Shapiro, Norma

    This module on owning and operating a tree service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit activity. Units (and subject matter) in this module…

  13. View of the Apollo 15 Command/Service Module in lunar orbit

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    1971-07-30

    AS15-88-11974 (30 July 1971) --- A view of the Apollo 15 Command and Service Modules (CSM) in lunar orbit as photographed from the Lunar Module (LM) just after rendezvous. The lunar nearside is in the background. This view is looking southeast into the Sea of Fertility. The crater Taruntius is at the right center edge of the picture.

  14. Elderly Service Workers' Training Project. Block B: Cultural Gerontology. Module B.4: Native Culture.

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    Harvey, Dexter; Cap, Orest

    This learning module, which is part of a three-block series intended to help human service workers develop the skills necessary to solve the problems encountered in their daily contact with elderly clients of different cultural backgrounds, deals with the cultural heritage of Native Canadians. The module begins with a brief introduction and…

  15. Getting Down to Business: Guard Service, Module 27. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Colby, Pamela G.

    This module on owning and operating a guard service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are divided into…

  16. Getting Down to Business: Pest Control Service, Module 28. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Colby, Pamela G.

    This module on owning and operating a pest control service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  17. Getting Down to Business: Answering Service, Module 17. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Shapiro, Norma

    This module on owning and operating an answering service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are divided…

  18. Getting Down to Business: Bookkeeping Service, Module 19. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Shapiro, Norma

    This module on owning and operating a bookkeeping service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  19. Getting Down to Business: Housecleaning Service, Module 24. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    McFarlane, Carolyn

    This module on owning and operating a housecleaning service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  20. Getting Down to Business: Air Conditioning and Heating Service, Module 36. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Sanderson, Barbara

    This module on owning and operating an air conditioning and heating service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning…

  1. Getting Down to Business: Word Processing Service, Module 21. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Shapiro, Norma

    This module on owning and operating a word processing service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  2. Getting Down to Business: Business and Personal Service, Module 12. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Rassen, Rachel L.

    This module on owning and operating a business and personal service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities…

  3. Getting Down to Business: Home Attendant Service, Module 26. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Sanderson, Barbara

    This module on owning and operating a home attendant service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  4. Getting Down to Business: Fertilizer and Pesticide Service, Module 5. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    McBain, Susan L.

    This module on owning and operating a fertilizer and pesticide service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning…

  5. Getting Down to Business: Sewing Service, Module 25. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Kingi, Marcella

    This module on owning and operating a sewing service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are divided…

  6. Getting Down to Business: Energy Specialist Service, Module 29. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Colby, Pamela G.

    This module on owning and operating an energy specialist service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  7. Getting Down to Business: Wheelchair Transportation Service, Module 15. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Wolman, Jean

    This module on owning and operating a wheelchair transportation service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning…

  8. Getting Down to Business: Secretarial Service, Module 18. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Shapiro, Norma

    This module on owning and operating a secretarial service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are…

  9. Getting Down to Business: Nursing Service, Module 14. [Student Guide]. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Wolman, Jean

    This module on owning and operating a nursing service is one of 36 in a series on entrepreneurship. The introduction tells the student what topics will be covered and suggests other modules to read in related occupations. Each unit includes student goals, a case study, and a discussion of the unit subject matter. Learning activities are divided…

  10. Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command/Service Module being moved to Operations bldg

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    1967-01-01

    Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command/Service Module is moved from H-134 to east stokes for mating to the Saturn Lunar Module Adapter No. 05 in the Manned Spacecraft Operations bldg. S/C 012 will be flown on the Apollo/Saturn 204 mission.

  11. TRACTOR REPAIR. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 16.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    THE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE IS TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS. IT WAS DESIGNED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF RESEARCH FROM STATE STUDIES. THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP (1) AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE…

  12. KSC - APOLLO-SOYUZ TEST PROJECT (ASTP) COMMAND SERVICE MODULE (CSM) - KSC

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    1974-09-08

    S74-32049 (8 Sept. 1974) --- The Apollo Command Module for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project mission goes through receiving, inspection and checkout procedures in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building at the Kennedy Space Center. The spacecraft had just arrived by air from the Rockwell International plant at Downey, California. The Apollo spacecraft (Command Module, Service Module and Docking Module), with astronauts Thomas P. Stafford, Vance D. Brand and Donald K. Slayton aboard, will dock in Earth orbit with a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft during the joint U.S.-USSR ASTP flight scheduled for July 1975. The Soviet and American crews will visit one another?s spacecraft.

  13. Nonrandom extinction patterns can modulate pest control service decline.

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    Karp, Daniel S; Moeller, Holly V; Frishkoff, Luke O

    2013-06-01

    Changes in biodiversity will mediate the consequences of agricultural intensification and expansion for ecosystem services. Regulating services, like pollination and pest control, generally decline with species loss. In nature, however, relationships between service provision and species richness are not always strong, partially because anthropogenic disturbances purge species from communities in nonrandom orders. The same traits that make for effective service providers may also confer resistance or sensitivity to anthropogenic disturbances, which may either temper or accelerate declines in service provision with species loss. We modeled a community of predators interacting with insect pest prey, and identified the contexts in which pest control provision was most sensitive to species loss. We found pest populations increased rapidly when functionally unique and dietary-generalist predators were lost first, with up to 20% lower pest control provision than random loss. In general, pest abundance increased most in the scenarios that freed more pest species from predation. Species loss also decreased the likelihood that the most effective service providers were present. In communities composed of species with identical traits, predators were equally effective service providers and, when competing predators went extinct, remaining community members assumed their functional roles. In more realistic trait-diverse communities, predators differed in pest control efficacy, and remaining predators could not fully compensate for the loss of their competitors, causing steeper declines in pest control provision with predator species loss. These results highlight diet breadth in particular as a key predictor of service provision, as it affects both the way species respond to and alter their environments. More generally, our model provides testable hypotheses for predicting how nonrandom species loss alters relationships between biodiversity and pest control provision.

  14. Food Service Worker. A Competency Based Instructor's Guide Including Student Modules for Food Management, Production and Services.

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    Tennessee State Dept. of Education, Nashville. Div. of Vocational-Technical Education.

    This instructor's guide is designed to accompany a set of 52 competency-based modules dealing with food management, production, and service. It is part of an instructional package that is intended to be taught in secondary and postsecondary vocational programs in Tennessee. Following a brief outline of the development of the curriculum, the…

  15. PROPAGATING HORTICULTURAL PLANTS. HORTICULTURE-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NO. 3.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO PREPARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR HORTICULTURE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, THIS GUIDE HAS AS ITS MAJOR OBJECTIVE TO DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING OF VARIOUS PLANT PROPAGATION METHODS AND AN ABILITY TO CARRY OUT CERTAIN PROPAGATION PROCEDURES. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM STATE STUDIES. SUBJECT…

  16. Art concept, line drawing and Service Module of the ISS

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    1998-04-13

    S98-04904 (21 July 1997) --- The Space Shuttle Endeavour prepares to capture the Functional Cargo Block (FGB) using the shuttle's mechanical arm in this artist's depiction of the first Space Shuttle assembly flight for the International Space Station (ISS), mission STS-88 scheduled to launch in December 1998. The shuttle will carry the first United States-built component for the station, a connecting module called Node 1 or Unity, and attach it to the already orbiting FGB, which supplies early electrical power and propulsion. The FGB, Zarya, will have been launched about two weeks earlier on a Russian Proton rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazahkstan. Once the FGB is captured using the mechanical arm, astronaut Nancy J. Currie will maneuver the arm to dock the FGB to the conical mating adapter at the top of Node 1 in the Shuttle's cargo bay. In ensuing days, three Extravehicular Activity?s (EVA) by astronauts Jerry L. Ross and James H. Newman will be performed to make power, data and utility connections between the two modules.

  17. Development of the Orion Crew-Service Module Umbilical Retention and Release Mechanism

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    Delap, Damon; Glidden, Joel; Lamoreaux, Christopher

    2013-01-01

    The Orion Crew-Service Module umbilical retention and release mechanism supports, protects and disconnects all of the cross-module commodities between the spacecraft's crew and service modules. These commodities include explosive transfer lines, wiring for power and data, and flexible hoses for ground purge and life support systems. Initial development testing of the mechanism's separation interface resulted in binding failures due to connector misalignments. The separation interface was redesigned with a robust linear guide system, and the connector separation and boom deployment were separated into two discretely sequenced events. Subsequent analysis and testing verified that the design changes corrected the binding. This umbilical separation design will be used on Exploration Flight Test 1 (EFT-1) as well as all future Orion flights. The design is highly modular and can easily be adapted to other vehicles/modules and alternate commodity sets.

  18. European Service Module Structural Test Article Load onto Guppy for Transport to Denver Colorado

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    2017-06-23

    At Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility in Florida, workers move the Orion service module structural test article for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), built by the European Space Agency, inside NASA's Super Guppy aircraft. The module is secured inside the aircraft and shipped to Lockheed Martin's Denver facility to undergo testing. The Orion spacecraft will launch atop the agency's Space Launch System rocket on EM-1 in 2019

  19. [Effect of the ISS Russian segment configuration on the service module radiation environment].

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    Mitrikas, V G

    2011-01-01

    Mathematical modeling of variations in the Service module radiation environment as a function of ISS Russian segment configuration was carried out using models of the RS modules and a spherical humanoid phantom. ISS reconfiguration impacted significantly only the phantom brought into the transfer compartment (ExT). The Radiation Safety Service prohibition for cosmonauts to stay in this compartment during solar flare events remains valid. In all other instances, error of dose estimation is higher as compared to dose value estimation with consideration for ISS RS reconfiguration.

  20. Artist's concept of Apollo 8 command/service module heading for the moon

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    1968-01-01

    North American Rockwell artist's concept illustrating a phase of the scheduled Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission. Here, the Apollo 8 spacecraft command and service modules, still attached to the Satury V third (S-IVB) stage, heads for the moon at a speed of about 24,300 miles an hour.

  1. USING SOIL AND OTHER PLANT GROWING MEDIA EFFECTIVELY. HORTICULTURE-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NO. 5.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO PREPARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR HORTICULTURE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, THIS MODULE HAS AS ITS MAJOR OBJECTIVE TO DEVELOP THE APPRECIATIONS, UNDERSTANDINGS, AND ABILITIES NEEDED TO USE PLANT GROWING MEDIA IN GROWING HORTICULTURAL PLANTS. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM STATE STUDIES.…

  2. OPERATING, REPAIRING, AND MAINTAINING SMALL POWER EQUIPMENT. HORTICULTURE-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NO. 10.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO PREPARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR HORTICULTURE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, THIS MODULE HAS AS ITS MAJOR OBJECTIVE TO DEVELOP A PROFICIENCY IN THE OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF SMALL POWER EQUIPMENT USED IN HORTICULTURAL ENTERPRISES. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM STATE STUDIES.…

  3. ESTABLISHING AND CARING FOR LAWNS AND TURF. HORTICULTURE-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NO. 9.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO PREPARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR HORTICULTURE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, THIS MODULE HAS AS ITS MAJOR OBJECTIVE TO DEVELOP THE ABILITY TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN LAWNS AND TURF. IT WAS DEVELOPED ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM STATE STUDIES BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE. SUBJECT MATTER AREAS ARE NEW LAWN ESTABLISHMENT, LAWN MAINTENANCE,…

  4. Apollo experience report. Guidance and control systems: Command and service module stabilization and control system

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    Littleton, O. P.

    1974-01-01

    The concepts, design, development, testing, and flight results of the command and service module stabilization and control system are discussed. The period of time covered was from November 1961 to December 1972. Also included are a functional description of the system, a discussion of the major problems, and recommendations for future programs.

  5. Apollo experience report: Command and service module sequential events control subsystem

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    Johnson, G. W.

    1975-01-01

    The Apollo command and service module sequential events control subsystem is described, with particular emphasis on the major systems and component problems and solutions. The subsystem requirements, design, and development and the test and flight history of the hardware are discussed. Recommendations to avoid similar problems on future programs are outlined.

  6. Apollo experience report: Guidance and control systems: Command and service module entry monitor subsystem

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    Reina, B., Jr.; Patterson, H. G.

    1975-01-01

    The conceptual aspects of the command and service module entry monitor subsystem, together with an interpretation of the displays and their associated relationship to entry trajectory control, are presented. The entry monitor subsystem is described, and the problems encountered during the developmental phase and the first five manned Apollo flights are discussed in conjunction with the design improvements implemented.

  7. EXPLORING OCCUPATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE. HORTICULTURE-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NO. 1.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE OF THIS MODULE IS TO DEVELOP STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF OCCUPATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE IN ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE. IT IS ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO PREPARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR HORTICULTURE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF RESEARCH FROM STATE STUDIES. SUGGESTIONS FOR…

  8. Performance of First-Year Health Sciences Students in a Large, Diverse, Multidisciplinary, First-Semester, Physiology Service Module

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    Tufts, Mark; Higgins-Opitz, Susan B.

    2014-01-01

    Health Science students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal perform better in their professional modules compared with their physiology modules. The pass rates of physiology service modules have steadily declined over the years. While a system is in place to identify "at-risk" students, it is only activated after the first semester. As a…

  9. Apollo 16/AS-511/LM-11 operational calibration curves. Volume 1: Calibration curves for command service module CSM 113

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    Demoss, J. F. (Compiler)

    1971-01-01

    Calibration curves for the Apollo 16 command service module pulse code modulation downlink and onboard display are presented. Subjects discussed are: (1) measurement calibration curve format, (2) measurement identification, (3) multi-mode calibration data summary, (4) pulse code modulation bilevel events listing, and (5) calibration curves for instrumentation downlink and meter link.

  10. OA-7 Service Module Arrival, Uncrating, Move from Airlock to Highbay inside SSPF

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    2017-02-01

    The Orbital ATK OA-7 Cygnus spacecraft's service module arrives inside the Space Station Processing Facility of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, sealed in an environmentally controlled shipping container, pulled in by truck on a low-boy flatbed trailer. The service module is uncrate from the shipping container, lifted and positioned on a work stand, and moved from the airlock to the highbay for processing. Scheduled to launch on March 19, 2017, the Orbital ATK OA-7 mission will lift off atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station will deliver thousands of pounds of supplies, equipment and scientific research materials that improve life on Earth and drive progress toward future space exploration.

  11. Evaluation of Acoustic Emission NDE of Composite Crew Module Service Module/Alternate Launch Abort System (CCM SM/ALAS) Test Article Failure Tests

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    Horne, Michael R.; Madaras, Eric I.

    2010-01-01

    Failure tests of CCM SM/ALAS (Composite Crew Module Service Module / Alternate Launch Abort System) composite panels were conducted during July 10, 2008 and July 24, 2008 at Langley Research Center. This is a report of the analysis of the Acoustic Emission (AE) data collected during those tests.

  12. The Multi-purpose Crew Vehicle European Service Module: a European Contribution to Human Exploration

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    Schubert, Kathleen; Berthe, Philippe; Grantier, Julie; Pietsch, Klaus; Angelillo, Philippe; Price, Laurence

    2013-01-01

    This paper provides an overview of the system and subsystem configuration of the MPCV European Service Module (ESM) at Preliminary Design Review (PDR) stage as well as its perspectives of utilisation within the global space exploration endeavour. The MPCV ESM is a cylindrical module with a diameter of 4500 mm and a total length - main engine excluded - of 2700 mm. It is fitted with four solar array wings with a span of 18.8 m. Its dry mass is 3.5 metric tons and it can carry 8.6 tons of propellant. The main functions of the European Service Module are to bring the structural continuity between the launcher and the crew module, to provide propulsion to the MPCV, to ensure its thermal control as well as electrical power and to store water, oxygen and nitrogen for the mission. The current agreement foresees the development and production by Europe of one flight model, with an option for a second one. This module will be assembled in Europe and delivered to NASA in 2016. It will be used for a flight of the MPCV Orion in December 2017.

  13. The Multi-purpose Crew Vehicle European Service Module: a European Contribution to Human Exploration

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    Berthe, Philippe; Schubert, Kathleen; Grantier, Julie; Pietsch, Klaus; Angelillo, Philippe; Price, Laurence

    2013-01-01

    This paper provides an overview of the system and subsystem configuration of the MPCV European Service Module (ESM) at Preliminary Design Review (PDR) stage as well as its perspectives of utilisation within the global space exploration endeavour. The MPCV ESM is a cylindrical module with a diameter of 4500 mm and a total length – main engine excluded – of 2700 mm. It is fitted with four solar array wings with a span of 18.8 m. Its dry mass is 3.5 metric tons and it can carry 8.6 tons of propellant. The main functions of the European Service Module are to bring the structural continuity between the launcher and the crew module, to provide propulsion to the MPCV, to ensure its thermal control as well as electrical power and to store water, oxygen and nitrogen for the mission. The current agreement foresees the development and production by Europe of one flight model, with an option for a second one. This module will be assembled in Europe and delivered to NASA in 2016. It will be used for a flight of the MPCV Orion in December 2017.

  14. Four Apollo astronauts with Command and Service Module at ASVC prior to grand opening

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    1997-01-01

    Some of the former Apollo program astronauts admire an Apollo Command and Service Module during a tour the new Apollo/Saturn V Center (ASVC) at KSC prior to the gala grand opening ceremony for the facility that was held Jan. 8, 1997. The astronauts were invited to participate in the event, which also featured NASA Administrator Dan Goldin and KSC Director Jay Honeycutt. The astronauts are (from left): Apollo 10 Command Module Pilot and Apollo 16 Commander John W. Young;. Apollo 11 Lunar Module Pilot Edwin E. 'Buzz' Aldrin, Jr.; Apollo 17 Commander Eugene A. Cernan; and Apollo 10 Commander Thomas P. Stafford. The ASVC also features several other Apollo program spacecraft components, multimedia presentations and a simulated Apollo/Saturn V liftoff. The facility will be a part of the KSC bus tour that embarks from the KSC Visitor Center.

  15. Implementation of the Orbital Maneuvering Systems Engine and Thrust Vector Control for the European Service Module

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    Millard, Jon

    2014-01-01

    The European Space Agency (ESA) has entered into a partnership with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to develop and provide the Service Module (SM) for the Orion Multipurpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) Program. The European Service Module (ESM) will provide main engine thrust by utilizing the Space Shuttle Program Orbital Maneuvering System Engine (OMS-E). Thrust Vector Control (TVC) of the OMS-E will be provided by the Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) TVC, also used during the Space Shuttle Program. NASA will be providing the OMS-E and OMS TVC to ESA as Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) to integrate into the ESM. This presentation will describe the OMS-E and OMS TVC and discuss the implementation of the hardware for the ESM.

  16. Apollo 13 post-flight Service Module tests to determine reason for explosion

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    1970-01-01

    Sequence photo from 16mm motion picture film of test at Langley Research Center which seeks to determine mechanism by which Apollo 13 panel was separated from Service Module. The test used a 1/2 scale model with a honeycomb sandwich panel and was conducted in a vacuum (41982); Second photograph in sequence of three of panel separation test at Langley Research Center (41983); Full-scale propogation test at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center of fire inside the Apollo Service Module oxygen tank. The photograph from a motion picture sequence taken from outside the vessel shows failure of tank conduit with abrupt loss of oxygen pressure (41984); Third photograph in sequence of three showing panel separation test at Langley Research Center (41985).

  17. Apollo experience report the command and service module milestone review process

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    Brendle, H. L.; York, J. A.

    1974-01-01

    The sequence of the command and service module milestone review process is given, and the Customer Acceptance Readiness Review and Flight Readiness Review plans are presented. Contents of the System Summary Acceptance Documents for the two formal spacecraft reviews are detailed, and supplemental data required for presentation to the review boards are listed. Typical forms, correspondence, supporting documentation, and minutes of a board meeting are included.

  18. Orion Service Module Reaction Control System Plume Impingement Analysis Using PLIMP/RAMP2

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    Wang, Xiao-Yen; Lumpkin, Forrest E., III; Gati, Frank; Yuko, James R.; Motil, Brian J.

    2009-01-01

    The Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module Reaction Control System engine plume impingement was computed using the plume impingement program (PLIMP). PLIMP uses the plume solution from RAMP2, which is the refined version of the reacting and multiphase program (RAMP) code. The heating rate and pressure (force and moment) on surfaces or components of the Service Module were computed. The RAMP2 solution of the flow field inside the engine and the plume was compared with those computed using GASP, a computational fluid dynamics code, showing reasonable agreement. The computed heating rate and pressure using PLIMP were compared with the Reaction Control System plume model (RPM) solution and the plume impingement dynamics (PIDYN) solution. RPM uses the GASP-based plume solution, whereas PIDYN uses the SCARF plume solution. Three sets of the heating rate and pressure solutions agree well. Further thermal analysis on the avionic ring of the Service Module was performed using MSC Patran/Pthermal. The obtained temperature results showed that thermal protection is necessary because of significant heating from the plume.

  19. Orion Service Module Reaction Control System Plume Impingement Analysis Using PLIMP/RAMP2

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    Wang, Xiao-Yen J.; Gati, Frank; Yuko, James R.; Motil, Brian J.; Lumpkin, Forrest E.

    2009-01-01

    The Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module Reaction Control System engine plume impingement was computed using the plume impingement program (PLIMP). PLIMP uses the plume solution from RAMP2, which is the refined version of the reacting and multiphase program (RAMP) code. The heating rate and pressure (force and moment) on surfaces or components of the Service Module were computed. The RAMP2 solution of the flow field inside the engine and the plume was compared with those computed using GASP, a computational fluid dynamics code, showing reasonable agreement. The computed heating rate and pressure using PLIMP were compared with the Reaction Control System plume model (RPM) solution and the plume impingement dynamics (PIDYN) solution. RPM uses the GASP-based plume solution, whereas PIDYN uses the SCARF plume solution. Three sets of the heating rate and pressure solutions agree well. Further thermal analysis on the avionic ring of the Service Module showed that thermal protection is necessary because of significant heating from the plume.

  20. Available, intuitive and free! Building e-learning modules using web 2.0 services.

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    Tam, Chun Wah Michael; Eastwood, Anne

    2012-01-01

    E-learning is part of the mainstream in medical education and often provides the most efficient and effective means of engaging learners in a particular topic. However, translating design and content ideas into a useable product can be technically challenging, especially in the absence of information technology (IT) support. There is little published literature on the use of web 2.0 services to build e-learning activities. To describe the web 2.0 tools and solutions employed to build the GP Synergy evidence-based medicine and critical appraisal online course. We used and integrated a number of free web 2.0 services including: Prezi, a web-based presentation platform; YouTube, a video sharing service; Google Docs, a online document platform; Tiny.cc, a URL shortening service; and Wordpress, a blogging platform. The course consisting of five multimedia-rich, tutorial-like modules was built without IT specialist assistance or specialised software. The web 2.0 services used were free. The course can be accessed with a modern web browser. Modern web 2.0 services remove many of the technical barriers for creating and sharing content on the internet. When used synergistically, these services can be a flexible and low-cost platform for building e-learning activities. They were a pragmatic solution in our context.

  1. [Innovative Services: The Use of Parent Aides in Child Protective Services]. Module 2. Program Models--Which One is Right for You?

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    Anderson, Stephen C.; And Others

    Module 2 of a seven module package for child protective service workers explores various types of parent aide programs for abused and neglected children and their families. Four training activities address models of parent aide programs, organization analysis, and selection of the appropriate program model. Included are directions for using the…

  2. Environmental Education: Module for Pre-Service Training of Teachers and Supervisors for Primary Schools. Environmental Educational Series 5.

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    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris (France). Div. of Science, Technical and Vocational Education.

    A series of experimental modules for teachers has been developed under the direction of the International Environmental Education Programme (IEEP) of UNESCO. This particular module focuses on the pre-service training of elementary school teachers and supervisors in environmental education. Section 1, Content for Environmental Education, traces the…

  3. NASA AND ESA Partnership on the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Service Module

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    Free, James M.; Schubert, Kathleen; Grantier, Julie

    2012-01-01

    In March 2011, NASA and ESA made a decision to partially offset the European obligations deriving from the extension of the ISS Program until the end of 2020 with different means than ATVs, following the ATV-5 mission foreseen in mid-2014. NASA and ESA considered a number of barter options, and concluded that the provision by ESA of the Service Module and Spacecraft Adaptor for the NASA Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) was the barter element with the most interest. A joint ESA - NASA working group was established to assess the feasibility of Europe developing this Module based on ATV heritage. The working group was supported by European and US industry namely Astrium, TAS-I and Lockheed-Martin. This paper gives an overview of the results of the on-going study as well as its projected utilization for the global space exploration endeavour.

  4. Apollo experience report: Command and service module electrical power distribution on subsystem

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    Munford, R. E.; Hendrix, B.

    1974-01-01

    A review of the design philosophy and development of the Apollo command and service modules electrical power distribution subsystem, a brief history of the evolution of the total system, and some of the more significant components within the system are discussed. The electrical power distribution primarily consisted of individual control units, interconnecting units, and associated protective devices. Because each unit within the system operated more or less independently of other units, the discussion of the subsystem proceeds generally in descending order of complexity; the discussion begins with the total system, progresses to the individual units of the system, and concludes with the components within the units.

  5. Skylab 2 Farewell View from the Departing Skylab Command/Service Module

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    1973-06-22

    SL2-07-667 (22 June 1973) --- This overhead view of the Skylab Space Station was taken from the Departing Skylab Command/Service Module during the Skylab 2's final fly-around inspection. The single solar panel is quite evident as well as the parasol solar shield, rigged to replace the missing micrometeoroid shield. Both the second solar panel and the micrometeoroid shield were torn away during a mishap in the original Skylab 1 liftoff and orbital insertion. Photo credit: NASA

  6. Skylab 2 Farewell View from the Departing Skylab Command/Service Module

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    1973-06-22

    SL2-07-651 (22 June 1973) --- This overhead view of the Skylab Space Station was taken from the Departing Skylab Command/Service Module during the Skylab 2's final fly-around inspection. The single solar panel is quite evident as well as the parasol solar shield, rigged to replace the missing micrometeoroid shield. Both the second solar panel and the micrometeoroid shield were torn away during a mishap in the original Skylab 1 liftoff and orbital insertion. Photo credit: NASA

  7. Design development of the Apollo command and service module thrust vector attitude control systems

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    Peters, W. H.

    1978-01-01

    Development of the Apollo thrust vector control digital autopilot (TVC DAP) was summarized. This is the control system that provided pitch and yaw attitude control during velocity change maneuvers using the main rocket engine on the Apollo service module. A list of ten primary functional requirements for this control system are presented, each being subordinate to a more general requirement appearing earlier on the list. Development process functions were then identified and the essential information flow paths were explored. This provided some visibility into the particular NASA/contractor interface, as well as relationships between the many individual activities.

  8. Orion MPCV Service Module Avionics Ring Pallet Testing, Correlation, and Analysis

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    Staab, Lucas; Akers, James; Suarez, Vicente; Jones, Trevor

    2012-01-01

    The NASA Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) is being designed to replace the Space Shuttle as the main manned spacecraft for the agency. Based on the predicted environments in the Service Module avionics ring, an isolation system was deemed necessary to protect the avionics packages carried by the spacecraft. Impact, sinusoidal, and random vibration testing were conducted on a prototype Orion Service Module avionics pallet in March 2010 at the NASA Glenn Research Center Structural Dynamics Laboratory (SDL). The pallet design utilized wire rope isolators to reduce the vibration levels seen by the avionics packages. The current pallet design utilizes the same wire rope isolators (M6-120-10) that were tested in March 2010. In an effort to save cost and schedule, the Finite Element Models of the prototype pallet tested in March 2010 were correlated. Frequency Response Function (FRF) comparisons, mode shape and frequency were all part of the correlation process. The non-linear behavior and the modeling the wire rope isolators proved to be the most difficult part of the correlation process. The correlated models of the wire rope isolators were taken from the prototype design and integrated into the current design for future frequency response analysis and component environment specification.

  9. Investigation of Propellant Sloshing and Zero Gravity Equilibrium for the Orion Service Module Propellant Tanks

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    Kreppel, Samantha

    A scaled model of the downstream Orion service module propellant tank was constructed to asses the propellant dynamics under reduced and zero-gravity conditions. Flight and ground data from the experiment is currently being used to validate computational models of propel-lant dynamics in Orion-class propellant tanks. The high fidelity model includes the internal structures of the propellant management device (PMD) and the mass-gauging probe. Qualita-tive differences between experimental and CFD data are understood in terms of fluid dynamical scaling of inertial effects in the scaled system. Propellant configurations in zero-gravity were studied at a range of fill-fractions and the settling time for various docking maneuvers was determined. A clear understanding of the fluid dynamics within the tank is necessary to en-sure proper control of the spacecraft's flight and to maintain safe operation of this and future service modules. Understanding slosh dynamics in partially-filled propellant tanks is essential to assessing spacecraft stability.

  10. Examination of the Structural Response of the Orion European Service Module to Reverberant and Direct Field Acoustic Testing

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    McNelis, Mark E.; Hughes, William O.; Larko, Jeffrey M.; Bittinger, Samantha A.; Le-Plenier, Cyprien; Fogt, Vincent A.; Ngan, Ivan; Thirkettle, Anthony C.; Skinner, Mitch; Larkin, Paul

    2017-01-01

    The NASA Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV), comprised of the Service Module, the Crew Module, and the Launch Abort System, is the next generation human spacecraft designed and built for deep space exploration. Orion will launch on NASAs new heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch System. The European Space Agency (ESA) is responsible for providing the propulsion sub-assembly of the Service Module to NASA, called the European Service Module (ESM). The ESM is being designed and built by Airbus Safran Launchers for ESA. Traditionally, NASA has utilized reverberant acoustic testing for qualification of spaceflight hardware. The ESM Structural Test Article (E-STA) was tested at the NASA Plum Brook Stations (PBS) Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility in April-May 2016. However, Orion is evaluating an alternative acoustic test method, using direct field acoustic excitation, for the MPCVs Service Module and Crew Module. Lockheed Martin is responsible for the Orion proof-of-concept direct field acoustic test program. The E-STA was exposed to direct field acoustic testing at NASA PBS in February 2017. This paper compares the dynamic response of the E-STA structure and its components to both the reverberant and direct field acoustic test excitations. Advantages and disadvantages of direct field acoustic test excitation method are discussed.

  11. Honeycomb vs. Foam: Evaluating Potential Upgrades to ISS Module Shielding

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    Ryan, Shannon J.; Christiansen, Eric L.

    2009-01-01

    The presence of honeycomb cells in a dual-wall structure is advantageous for mechanical performance and low weight in spacecraft primary structures but detrimental for shielding against impact of micrometeoroid and orbital debris particles (MMOD). The presence of honeycomb cell walls acts to restrict the expansion of projectile and bumper fragments, resulting in the impact of a more concentrated (and thus lethal) fragment cloud upon the shield rear wall. The Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) is a Russian research module scheduled for launch and ISS assembly in 2011 (currently under review). Baseline shielding of the MLM is expected to be predominantly similar to that of the existing Functional Energy Block (FGB), utilizing a baseline triple wall configuration with honeycomb sandwich panels for the dual bumpers and a thick monolithic aluminum pressure wall. The MLM module is to be docked to the nadir port of the Zvezda service module and, as such, is subject to higher debris flux than the FGB module (which is aligned along the ISS flight vector). Without upgrades to inherited shielding, the MLM penetration risk is expected to be significantly higher than that of the FGB module. Open-cell foam represents a promising alternative to honeycomb as a sandwich panel core material in spacecraft primary structures as it provides comparable mechanical performance with a minimal increase in weight while avoiding structural features (i.e. channeling cells) detrimental to MMOD shielding performance. In this study, the effect of replacing honeycomb sandwich panel structures with metallic open-cell foam structures on MMOD shielding performance is assessed for an MLM-representative configuration. A number of hypervelocity impact tests have been performed on both the baseline honeycomb configuration and upgraded foam configuration, and differences in target damage, failure limits, and derived ballistic limit equations are discussed.

  12. Thermal Analysis on Plume Heating of the Main Engine on the Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module

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    Wang, Xiao-Yen J.; Yuko, James R.

    2007-01-01

    The crew exploration vehicle (CEV) service module (SM) main engine plume heating is analyzed using multiple numerical tools. The chemical equilibrium compositions and applications (CEA) code is used to compute the flow field inside the engine nozzle. The plume expansion into ambient atmosphere is simulated using an axisymmetric space-time conservation element and solution element (CE/SE) Euler code, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. The thermal analysis including both convection and radiation heat transfers from the hot gas inside the engine nozzle and gas radiation from the plume is performed using Thermal Desktop. Three SM configurations, Lockheed Martin (LM) designed 604, 605, and 606 configurations, are considered. Design of multilayer insulation (MLI) for the stowed solar arrays, which is subject to plume heating from the main engine, among the passive thermal control system (PTCS), are proposed and validated.

  13. Fixed Base Modal Survey of the MPCV Orion European Service Module Structural Test Article

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    Winkel, James P.; Akers, J. C.; Suarez, Vicente J.; Staab, Lucas D.; Napolitano, Kevin L.

    2017-01-01

    Recently, the MPCV Orion European Service Module Structural Test Article (E-STA) underwent sine vibration testing using the multi-axis shaker system at NASA GRC Plum Brook Station Mechanical Vibration Facility (MVF). An innovative approach using measured constraint shapes at the interface of E-STA to the MVF allowed high-quality fixed base modal parameters of the E-STA to be extracted, which have been used to update the E-STA finite element model (FEM), without the need for a traditional fixed base modal survey. This innovative approach provided considerable program cost and test schedule savings. This paper documents this modal survey, which includes the modal pretest analysis sensor selection, the fixed base methodology using measured constraint shapes as virtual references and measured frequency response functions, and post-survey comparison between measured and analysis fixed base modal parameters.

  14. NASA and ESA Partnership on the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Service Module

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    Schubert, Kathleen E.; Grantier, Julie A.

    2012-01-01

    (1) ESA decided in its Council Meeting in March 2011 to partially offset the European ISS obligations after 2015 with different means than ATVs; (2) The envisioned approach is based on a barter element(s) that would generate cost avoidance on the NASA side; (3) NASA and ESA considered a number of Barter options, NASA concluded that the provision by ESA of the Service Module for the NASA Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) was the barter with the most interest;. (4) A joint ESA - NASA working group was established in May 2011 to assess the feasibility of Europe developing this Module based on ATV heritage; (5)The working group was supported by European and US industry namely Astrium, TAS-I and Lockheed-Martin; and (6) The project is currently in phase B1 with the objective to prepare a technical and programmatic proposal for an ESA MPCV-SM development. This proposal will be one element of the package that ESA plans submit to go forward for approval by European Ministers in November 2012.

  15. Electrical Pressurization Concept for the Orion MPCV European Service Module Propulsion System

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    Meiss, Jan-Hendrik; Weber, Jorg; Ierardo, Nicola; Quinn, Frank D.; Paisley, Jonathan

    2015-01-01

    The paper presents the design of the pressurization system of the European Service Module (ESM) of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV). Being part of the propulsion subsystem, an electrical pressurization concept is implemented to condition propellants according to the engine needs via a bang-bang regulation system. Separate pressurization for the oxidizer and the fuel tank permits mixture ratio adjustments and prevents vapor mixing of the two hypergolic propellants during nominal operation. In case of loss of pressurization capability of a single side, the system can be converted into a common pressurization system. The regulation concept is based on evaluation of a set of tank pressure sensors and according activation of regulation valves, based on a single-failure tolerant weighting of three pressure signals. While regulation is performed on ESM level, commanding of regulation parameters as well as failure detection, isolation and recovery is performed from within the Crew Module, developed by Lockheed Martin Space System Company. The overall design and development maturity presented is post Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and reflects the current status of the MPCV ESM pressurization system.

  16. Getting Down to Business: Pest Control Service, Module 28. Teacher Guide. Entrepreneurship Training Components.

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    Colby, Pamela G.

    This is the twenty-eighth in a set of 36 teacher guides to the Entrepreneurship Training modules and accompanies CE 031 084. Following an overview are general notes on use of the module. Suggested steps for module use contain suggestions on introducing the module, a brief discussion of the nine units, responses to learning activities, suggestions…

  17. Overview of the Acoustic Testing of the European Service Module Structural Test Article (E-STA)

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    Hughes, William; Fogt, Vince; Le Plenier, Cyprien; Duval, Francois; Durand, Jean-Francois; Staab, Lucas D.; Hozman, Aron; Mcnelis, Anne; Bittinger, Samantha; Thirkettle, Anthony; hide

    2017-01-01

    The European Space Agency (ESA) and their prime contractor Airbus Defense Space (ADS) are developing the European Service Module (ESM) for integration and utilization with other modules of NASAs Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. As part of this development, ESA, ADS, NASA and the Lockheed Martin Company performed a series of reverberant acoustic tests in April-May 2016 on the ESM Structural Test Article (E-STA), the mechanical mock-up of the ESM designated for mechanical tests. Testing the E-STA under acoustic qualification loads verifies whether it can successfully withstand the medium and high frequency mechanical environment occurring during the vehicles lift-off and atmospheric phases of flight. The testing occurred at the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility (RATF) at the NASA Glenn Research Centers Plum Brook Station site in Sandusky, OH, USA. This highly successful acoustic test campaign excited the E-STA to acoustic test levels as high as 149.4 dB Overall Sound Pressure Level. This acoustic testing met all the ESA and ADSs test objectives, including establishingverifying the random vibration qualification test levels for numerous hardware components of the ESM, and qualifying the ESMs Solar Array Wing electrical power system. This paper will address the test objectives, the test articles configuration, the test instrumentation and excitation levels, the RATF site and capabilities, the series of acoustic tests performed, and the technical issues faced and overcome to result in a successful acoustic test campaign for the ESM. A discussion of several test results is also included.

  18. Overview of the Acoustic Testing of the European Service Module Structural Test Article (E-STA)

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    Hughes, William; Le Plenier, Cyprien; Duval, Francois; Staab, Lucas; Hozman, Aron; Thirkettle, Anthony; Fogt, Vincent; Durand, Jean-Francois; McNelis, Anne; Bittinger, Samantha; hide

    2017-01-01

    The European Space Agency (ESA) and their prime contractor Airbus Defense Space (ADS) are developing the European Service Module (ESM) for integration and utilization with other modules of NASAs Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. As part of this development, ESA, ADS, NASA and the Lockheed Martin Company performed a series of reverberant acoustic tests in April-May 2016 on the ESM Structural Test Article (E-STA), the mechanical mock-up of the ESM designated for mechanical tests. Testing the E-STA under acoustic qualification loads verifies whether it can successfully withstand the medium and high frequency mechanical environment occurring during the vehicles lift-off and atmospheric phases of flight. The testing occurred at the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility (RATF) at the NASA Glenn Research Centers Plum Brook Station site in Sandusky, OH, USA. This highly successful acoustic test campaign excited the E-STA to acoustic test levels as high as 149.4 dB Overall Sound Pressure Level. This acoustic testing met all the ESA and ADSs test objectives, including establishing/verifying the random vibration qualification test levels for numerous hardware components of the ESM, and qualifying the ESMs Solar Array Wing electrical power system. This paper will address the test objectives, the test articles configuration, the test instrumentation and excitation levels, the RATF site and capabilities, the series of acoustic tests performed, and the technical issues faced and overcome to result in a successful acoustic test campaign for the ESM. A discussion of several test results is also included.

  19. 47 CFR 73.757 - System specifications for single-sideband (SSB) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 4 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false System specifications for single-sideband (SSB... Stations § 73.757 System specifications for single-sideband (SSB) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service. (a) System parameters—(1) Channel spacing. In a mixed DSB, SSB and digital environment...

  20. 47 CFR 73.757 - System specifications for single-sideband (SSB) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

    2011-10-01

    ... dB per octave. (4) Modulation processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic... broadcasting service. (a) System parameters—(1) Channel spacing. In a mixed DSB, SSB and digital environment... emission is one giving the same audio-frequency signal-to-noise ratio at the receiver output as the...

  1. Elderly Service Workers' Training Project. Block B: Cultural Gerontology. Module B.3.1: Communication and Adjustment.

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    Harvey, Dexter; Cap, Orest

    This learning module, which is part of a three-block series intended to help human service workers develop the skills necessary to solve the problems encountered in their daily contact with elderly clients of different cultural backgrounds, deals with communication and adjustment from the standpoint of the way in which French-speaking Canadians…

  2. Development of the Orion Crew-Service Module Umbilical Retention and Release Mechanism

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    Delap, Damon C.; Glidden, Joel Micah; Lamoreaux, Christopher

    2013-01-01

    The Orion CSM umbilical retention and release mechanism supports and protects all of the cross-module commodities between the spacecrafts crew and service modules. These commodities include explosive transfer lines, wiring for power and data, and flexible hoses for ground purge and life support systems. The mechanism employs a single separation interface which is retained with pyrotechnically actuated separation bolts and supports roughly two dozen electrical and fluid connectors. When module separation is commanded, either for nominal on-orbit CONOPS or in the event of an abort, the mechanism must release the separation interface and sever all commodity connections within milliseconds of command receipt. There are a number of unique and novel aspects of the design solution developed by the Orion mechanisms team. The design is highly modular and can easily be adapted to other vehiclesmodules and alternate commodity sets. It will be flight tested during Orions Exploration Flight Test 1 (EFT-1) in 2014, and the Orion team anticipates reuse of the design for all future missions. The design packages fluid, electrical, and ordnance disconnects in a single separation interface. It supports abort separations even in cases where aerodynamic loading prevents the deployment of the umbilical arm. Unlike the Apollo CSM umbilical which was a destructive separation device, the Orion design is resettable and flight units can be tested for separation performance prior to flight.Initial development testing of the mechanisms separation interface resulted in binding failures due to connector misalignments. The separation interface was redesigned with a robust linear guide system, and the connector separation and boom deployment were separated into two discretely sequenced events. These changes addressed the root cause of the binding failure by providing better control of connector alignment. The new design was tuned and validated analytically via Monte Carlo simulation. The

  3. [MATCHE: Management Approach to Teaching Consumer and Homemaking Education.] Occupational Strand: Foods and Nutrition. Module II-C-2: Operations and Activities of a Food Service Operation.

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    Waskey, Frank

    This competency-based preservice home economics teacher education module on operations and activities of a food service operation is the second in a set of three modules on occupational education relating to foods and nutrition. (This set is part of a larger series of sixty-seven modules on the Management Approach to Teaching Consumer and…

  4. Occupational Home Economics Education Series. Care and Independent Living Services for Aging. Competency Based Teaching Module.

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    Wheeler-Liston, Carol; And Others

    This large training module is intended to help prepare home helpers or others who can provide direct care and can utilize resources to assist older persons. The document presents first a general discussion of the background and rationale behind a series of occupational home economics modules. In addition, the particular module on serving the aging…

  5. Digital services using quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) over CATV analog DWDM system

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    Yeh, JengRong; Selker, Mark D.; Trail, J.; Piehler, David; Levi, Israel

    2000-04-01

    Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) has recently gained great popularity as it provides a cost effective way to increase the transmission capacity of the existing fiber cable plant. For a long time, Dense WDM was exclusively used for baseband digital applications, predominantly in terrestrial long haul networks and in some cases in metropolitan and enterprise networks. Recently, the performance of DWDM components and frequency-stabilized lasers has substantially improved while the costs have down significantly. This makes a variety of new optical network architectures economically viable. The first commercial 8- wavelength DWDM system designed for Hybrid Fiber Coax networks was reported in 1998. This type of DWDM system utilizes Sub-Carrier Multiplexing (SCM) of Quadrature Amplitude Modulated (QAM) signals to transport IP data digital video broadcast and Video on Demand on ITU grid lightwave carriers. The ability of DWDM to provide scalable transmission capacity in the optical layer with SCM granularity is now considered by many to be the most promising technology for future transport and distribution of broadband multimedia services.

  6. Analysis of Plume Impingement Effects from Orion Crew Service Module Dual Reaction Control System Engine Firings

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    Prisbell, Andrew; Marichalar, J.; Lumpkin, F.; LeBeau, G.

    2010-01-01

    Plume impingement effects on the Orion Crew Service Module (CSM) were analyzed for various dual Reaction Control System (RCS) engine firings and various configurations of the solar arrays. The study was performed using a decoupled computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) approach. This approach included a single jet plume solution for the R1E RCS engine computed with the General Aerodynamic Simulation Program (GASP) CFD code. The CFD solution was used to create an inflow surface for the DSMC solution based on the Bird continuum breakdown parameter. The DSMC solution was then used to model the dual RCS plume impingement effects on the entire CSM geometry with deployed solar arrays. However, because the continuum breakdown parameter of 0.5 could not be achieved due to geometrical constraints and because high resolution in the plume shock interaction region is desired, a focused DSMC simulation modeling only the plumes and the shock interaction region was performed. This high resolution intermediate solution was then used as the inflow to the larger DSMC solution to obtain plume impingement heating, forces, and moments on the CSM and the solar arrays for a total of 21 cases that were analyzed. The results of these simulations were used to populate the Orion CSM Aerothermal Database.

  7. CROP, LAWN, AND GARDEN SEEDS SALES AND SERVICE. AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY - SALES AND SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 8.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    THE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE IS TO ASSIST VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE TEACHERS IN PREPARING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY OCCUPATIONS. ONE OF A SERIES, THIS MODULE WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM STATE STUDIES. THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP UNDERSTANDING AND ABILITY NEEDED TO ENTER AND ADVANCE IN…

  8. Occupational Home Economics Education Series. Housing Management Services. Competency Based Teaching Module.

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    Lowe, Phyllis; And Others

    This module, one of ten competency based modules developed for vocational home economics teachers, is based on a job cluster in the housing management field. It is designed for a variety of levels of learners (secondary, postsecondary, adult) in both school and non-school settings. Focusing on the specific job title of housing management aide,…

  9. As We Teach and Learn: Recognizing Our Catholic Identity. Module 4: Service Learning.

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    Grace, Bill; Ristau, Karen, Ed.; Haney, Regina, Ed.

    The As We Teach and Learn program consists of an instrument to assess the Catholic dimension of a school and is designed to be used with study modules in a faculty-meeting format. Module topics include: "Faith Community"; "Faith Development"; "Religion Curriculum Articulation: Faith as the Root of all Instruction";…

  10. Occupational Home Economics Education Series. Catering Services. Competency Based Teaching Module.

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    Lowe, Phyllis; And Others

    This module, one of ten competency based modules developed for vocational home economics teachers, is based on a job cluster in the catering industry. It is designed for use with a variety of levels of learners (secondary, postsecondary, adult) in both school and non-school educational settings. Focusing on two levels of employment, food caterer…

  11. 47 CFR 73.758 - System specifications for digitally modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

    2010-10-01

    ... this paragraph. (4) Modulation. Quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) with orthogonal frequency... frequency broadcasting (HFBC) band, provided the protection afforded to the analog emissions is at least as... used for either DSB or SSB emissions. (c) Emission characteristics—(1) Bandwidth and center frequency...

  12. Fertilizing ROSES through the STEM: Interdisciplinary Modules as Pre-service Research Experiences for Secondary STEM Educators (IMPRESS-Ed)

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    Kavic, Michael; Wiita, P. J.; Benoit, M.; Magee, N.

    2013-01-01

    IMPRESS-Ed is a program designed to provide authentic summer research experiences in the space, earth, and atmospheric sciences for pre-service K-12 educators at Long Island University (LIU) and The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). In 2011 and 2012, the program involved five students and took place over eight weeks with recruitment occurring during the preceding academic year. The program was divided into two modules: A common core module and an individual mentored research experience. The common module consisted of three units focusing on data-driven pedagogical approaches in astrophysics, tectonophysics, and atmospheric science, respectively. The common module also featured training sessions in observational astronomy, and use of a 3D geowall and state of the art planetarium. Participants in the program are also offered the opportunity to utilize the available TCNJ facilities with their future students. The individual mentored research module matched student interests with potential projects. All five students demonstrated strong gains in earth and space science literacy compared to a baseline measurement. Each student also reported gaining confidence to incorporate data and research-driven instruction in the space and earth sciences into the K-12 STEM classroom setting. All five research projects were also quite successful: several of the students plan to continue research during the academic year and two students are presenting research findings as first authors here at AAS. Other research results are likely to be presented at this year's American Geophysical Union meeting.

  13. APOLLO-SATURN (A/S)-204 - SPACECRAFT (S/C)- 012 COMMAND SERVICE MODULE (CSM) - A/S MATING - CAPE

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    1967-01-03

    S67-15704 (3 Jan. 1967) --- Transfer of Apollo Spacecraft 012 Command/Service Module (CSM) for mating with the Saturn Lunar Module (LM) Adapter No.05 in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building. Spacecraft 012 will be flown on the Apollo/Saturn 1 (204) mission. Photo credit: NASA

  14. Working Respectfully with Families: A Practical Guide for Educators and Human Service Workers. Training Module I: The Child, the Family, and the Community.

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    Connard, Christie; And Others

    Educators and service providers often have little opportunity to work cooperatively with families to enhance outcomes for children. This document is the first in a four-part training module that was developed by Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory's Child, Family, and Community Program. The modules are based on an ecological, family-centered…

  15. Using Participatory Action Research to Develop a Course Module on Education for Sustainable Development in Pre-Service Chemistry Teacher Education

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    Burmeister, Mareike; Eilks, Ingo

    2013-01-01

    This paper describes the development of a course module on sustainability issues and Education for Sustainable Development in German pre-service chemistry teacher education. The module was inspired by empirical research findings about the knowledge base of student teachers. It was created and cyclically refined using Participatory Action Research.…

  16. Impingement effect of service module reaction control system engine plumes. Results of service module reaction control system plume model force field application to an inflight Skylab mission proximity operation situation with the inflight Skylab response

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    Lobb, J. D., Jr.

    1978-01-01

    Plume impingement effects of the service module reaction control system thruster firings were studied to determine if previous flight experience would support the current plume impingement model for the orbiter reaction control system engines. The orbiter reaction control system is used for rotational and translational maneuvers such as those required during rendezvous, braking, docking, and station keeping. Therefore, an understanding of the characteristics and effects of the plume force fields generated by the reaction control system thruster firings were examined to develop the procedures for orbiter/payload proximity operations.

  17. Bandwidth Efficient Modulation and Coding Techniques for NASA's Existing Ku/Ka-Band 225 MHz Wide Service

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    Gioannini, Bryan; Wong, Yen; Wesdock, John

    2005-01-01

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recently established the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS) K-band Upgrade Project (TKUP), a project intended to enhance the TDRSS Ku-band and Ka-band Single Access Return 225 MHz (Ku/KaSAR-225) data service by adding the capability to process bandwidth efficient signal design and to replace the White Sand Complex (WSC) KSAR high data rate ground equipment and high rate switches which are nearing obsolescence. As a precursor to this project, a modulation and coding study was performed to identify signal structures which maximized the data rate through the Ku/KaSAR-225 channel, minimized the required customer EIRP and ensured acceptable hardware complexity on the customer platform. This paper presents the results and conclusions of the TKUP modulation and coding study.

  18. S&MA Internship to Support Orion and the European Service Module

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    Hutcheson, Connor

    2016-01-01

    As a University Space Research Association (USRA) intern for NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) during the summer 2016 work term, I worked on three main projects for the Space Exploration Division (NC) of the Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA) Directorate. I worked on all three projects concurrently. One of the projects involved facilitating the status and closure of technical actions that were created during European Service Module (ESM) safety reviews by the MPCV Safety & Engineering Review Panel (MSERP). The two main duties included accurately collecting and summarizing qualitative data, and communicating that information to the European Space Agency (ESA) and Airbus (ESA's prime contractor) in a clear, succinct and precise manner. This project also required that I create a report on the challenges and opportunities of international S&MA. With its heavy emphasis on soft skills, this project taught me how to communicate better, by showing me how to present and share information in an easy-to-read and understandable format, and by showing me how to cooperate with and culturally respect international partners on a technical project. The second project involved working with the Orion Thermal Protection System (TPS) Process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (PFMEA) Working Group to create the first full version of the Orion TPS PFMEA. The Orion TPS PFMEA Working Group met twice a week to analyze the Avcoat block installation process for failure modes, the failure modes effects, and how such failure modes could be controlled. I was in charge of implementing changes that were discussed in meeting, but were not implemented real time. Another major task included creating a significant portion of the content alongside another team member outside the two weekly meetings. This project caused me to become knowledgeable about TPS, heatshields, space-rated manufacturing, and non-destructive evaluation (NDE). The project also helped me to become better at working with a small

  19. [Strategic patient safety action plan for the anesthesiology and intensive care service of Ukraine: basic modules and their components].

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    Федосюк, Роман Н

    In recent years, the problem of patient safety has become top-priority in further improvement of national healthcare systems in all developed countries. To develop a modular structure and a component composition of the strategic patient safety action plan for the anesthesiology and intensive care service of Ukraine as a part of the National Action Plan. Major domestic priorities, substantiated and made public by the author in previous works, are taken as the basis for the modular structuring of the action plan. Existing foreign prototypes, evaluated for the patient safety effectiveness and the potential for the adaptation to domestic conditions, as well as author's own innovations are offered for a component filling-up of each module. Eight modules - infectious safety, surgical safety, pharmaceutical safety, infrastructural safety, incident monitoring and reporting, education and training, research and awards - have been proposed. Individual components for each of the modules are selected from a variety of foreign prototypes and author's own developments. Inter-modular stratification of the components into short-term perspective tools and long-term perspective tools, depending on the amount of resources needed for their implementation, is carried out. The strategic patient safety action plan for the anesthesiology and intensive care service of Ukraine is the embodiment, within a particular specialty, of the wider National Action Plan developed by the First National Congress on Patient Safety (Kiev, 2012) on the initiative of the Council of Europe and aimed at the fulfillment of international obligations of Ukraine in the healthcare sector. Its implementation will contribute to enhancing the safety of anesthesia and intensive care services in Ukraine and further development of the specialty.

  20. MECHANICAL POWER TRANSFER SYSTEMS. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY-SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 8.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY-LEVEL STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT COMPETENCY IN UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICAL POWER TRANSMISSION IN AGRICULTURAL…

  1. DIESEL ENGINE SYSTEMS. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 15.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS FOR AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PRINCIPLES OF DIESEL ENGINES. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON…

  2. ADJUSTMENT, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF SMALL GASOLINE ENGINES. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 12.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, OR SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT COMPETENCY IN THE ADJUSTMENT, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF SMALL GASOLINE ENGINES. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A NATIONAL TASK…

  3. TRACTOR TUNE-UP AND MAINTENANCE. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 13.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF A SYSTEMATIC PROCEDURE AND ABILITY TO PERFORM TUNEUPS AND MAINTENANCE TASKS. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A…

  4. ADJUSTMENT, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF CROP HARVESTING MACHINERY. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 11.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED FOR HELPING TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY-LEVEL STUDENTS FOR AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT COMPETENCY IN ADJUSTING, REPAIRING, AND MAINTAINING CROP HARVESTING MACHINERY. SUGGESTIONS FOR INTRODUCTION OF THE…

  5. METAL FUSION AND FABRICATION WELDING. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE, NUMBER 6.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE IN A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, OR SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF WELDING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES, AND ABILITY TO PERFORM SKILLS REQUIRED OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS. IT WAS…

  6. HYDRAULIC POWER TRANSFER SYSTEMS. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 9.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    ONE OF A SERIES DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY-LEVEL STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS, THIS GUIDE AIMS TO DEVELOP STUDENT COMPETENCY IN UNDERSTANDING BASIC HYDRAULICS AND ITS APPLICATION TO AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY A…

  7. Space Debris Mitigation Efforts through the Disposition of the Service Module of the Unmanned Space Experiment Recovery System (USERS)

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    Ijichi, Koichi; Ushikoshi, Atsuo; Nakamura, Shuji; Kanai, Hiroshi

    The Unmanned Space Experiment Recovery System (USERS) Project has been completed with full success, and the Service Module (SEM) of the USERS Spacecraft, which supported the recovery portion of the spacecraft which was left on the orbit, was properly disposed to the maximum extent as possible according to the IADC debris mitigation guideline and re-entered the atmosphere on June 15, 2007 (JST). USERS spacecraft disposition by possible means available at the mission completion showed good example of realizing debris mitigation purpose in spite of originally different design baseline, and obtained actual data and experiences to be reflected for future space programs.

  8. Module Validity of Peer Counselor Character Service in State University of Medan

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    Dewi, Rosmala; Rahmadana, Muhammad Fitri; Dalimunthe, Muhammad Bukhori

    2016-01-01

    Many ways can be done to address the problem of students, one of them involving the students themselves (peer counselor). It required a standard model that can be applied by students as guidelines for the implementation of the guidance. Validity of the module it must be done according to the rules of various scientific tests. State University of…

  9. Dealing with Taxes. Tierra de Oportunidad Module 17. LAES: Latino Adult Education Services Project.

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    Kissam, Ed; Dorsey, Holda

    This module, which may be used as the basis for a workshop or as a special topic unit in adult basic education or English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) courses, addresses how to file and pay federal income taxes. Topics covered include the following: defining tax-related vocabulary; analyzing tax credits and selecting the most appropriate ones;…

  10. Evaluation of a Pre-Service Training Module in Microcomputer Applications for the Teaching of Reading.

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    Balajthy, Ernest

    1988-01-01

    Discussion of the need for increased teacher training in computer applications in education focuses on the evaluation of a training module developed to train preservice teachers in computer applications for reading courses. Student ratings of the importance of computers, self-perception of knowledge of computers, and attitudes toward computers are…

  11. U.S. forest products module : a technical document supporting the Forest Service 2010 RPA Assessment

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    Peter J. Ince; Andrew D. Kramp; Kenneth E. Skog; Henry N. Spelter; David N. Wear

    2011-01-01

    The U.S. Forest Products Module (USFPM) is a partial market equilibrium model of the U.S. forest sector that operates within the Global Forest Products Model (GFPM) to provide long-range timber market projections in relation to global economic scenarios. USFPM was designed specifically for the 2010 RPA forest assessment, but it is being used also in other applications...

  12. Outcomes of a service teaching module on ODEs for physics students

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    Hyland, Diarmaid; van Kampen, Paul; Nolan, Brien C.

    2018-07-01

    This paper reports on the first part of a multiphase research project that seeks to identify and address the difficulties encountered by physics students when studying differential equations. Differential equations are used extensively by undergraduate physics students, particularly in the advanced modules of their degree. It is, therefore, necessary that students develop conceptual understanding of differential equations in addition to procedural skills. We have investigated the difficulties encountered by third-year students at Dublin City University in an introductory differential equations module. We developed a survey to identify these difficulties and administered it to students who had recently completed the module. We found that students' mathematical ability in relation to procedural competence is an issue in their study of differential equations, but not as severe an issue as their conceptual understanding. Mathematical competence alone is insufficient if we expect our students to be able to recognize the need for differential equations in a physical context and to be able to set up, solve and interpret the solutions of such equations. We discuss the implications of these results for the next stages of the research project.

  13. Performance of first-year health sciences students in a large, diverse, multidisciplinary, first-semester, physiology service module

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    Tufts, Mark

    2014-01-01

    Health Science students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal perform better in their professional modules compared with their physiology modules. The pass rates of physiology service modules have steadily declined over the years. While a system is in place to identify “at-risk” students, it is only activated after the first semester. As a result, it is only from the second semester of their first year studies onward that at-risk students can be formally assisted. The challenge is thus to devise an appropriate strategy to identify struggling students earlier in the semester. Using questionnaires, students were asked about attendance, financing of their studies, and relevance of physiology. After the first class test, failing students were invited to complete a second questionnaire. In addition, demographic data were also collected and analyzed. Correlation analyses were undertaken of performance indicators based on the demographical data collected. The 2011 class comprised mainly sport science students (57%). The pass rate of sport science students was lower than the pass rates of other students (42% vs. 70%, P < 0.001). Most students were positive about physiology and recognized its relevance. Key issues identified were problems understanding concepts and terminology, poor study environment and skills, and lack of matriculation biology. The results of the first class test and final module marks correlated well. It is clear from this study that student performance in the first class test is a valuable tool to identify struggling students and that appropriate testing should be held as early as possible. PMID:24913452

  14. Performance of first-year health sciences students in a large, diverse, multidisciplinary, first-semester, physiology service module.

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    Higgins-Opitz, Susan B; Tufts, Mark

    2014-06-01

    Health Science students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal perform better in their professional modules compared with their physiology modules. The pass rates of physiology service modules have steadily declined over the years. While a system is in place to identify "at-risk" students, it is only activated after the first semester. As a result, it is only from the second semester of their first year studies onward that at-risk students can be formally assisted. The challenge is thus to devise an appropriate strategy to identify struggling students earlier in the semester. Using questionnaires, students were asked about attendance, financing of their studies, and relevance of physiology. After the first class test, failing students were invited to complete a second questionnaire. In addition, demographic data were also collected and analyzed. Correlation analyses were undertaken of performance indicators based on the demographical data collected. The 2011 class comprised mainly sport science students (57%). The pass rate of sport science students was lower than the pass rates of other students (42% vs. 70%, P < 0.001). Most students were positive about physiology and recognized its relevance. Key issues identified were problems understanding concepts and terminology, poor study environment and skills, and lack of matriculation biology. The results of the first class test and final module marks correlated well. It is clear from this study that student performance in the first class test is a valuable tool to identify struggling students and that appropriate testing should be held as early as possible. Copyright © 2014 The American Physiological Society.

  15. Orbital service module systems analysis study documentation. Volume 2: Technical report

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    1978-01-01

    Near term, cost effective concepts were defined to augment the power and duration capability offered to shuttle payload users. Feasible concept options that could evolve to provide free-flying power and other services to users in the 1984 time frame were also examined.

  16. FSS (Fluid Servicer System) from the Kibo module to the ESA COL

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    2009-07-08

    ISS020-E-017933 (8 July 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 20 flight engineer, works with the Fluid Servicing System (FSS) and the Fluid Control Pump Assembly (FCPA) in the Columbus laboratory of the International Space Station.

  17. Enhancing Science and Mathematics Teacher Education: Evaluating an Enhancement Module for Science Pre-Service Teachers

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    Woolcott, Geoff; Whannell, Robert; Pfeiffer, Linda; Yeigh, Tony; Donnelly, James; Scott, Amanda

    2017-01-01

    Motivated and well-trained science and mathematics teachers are a requirement for sustaining an industrialised economy. The Australian government has funded several projects to satisfy this requirement designed to improve pre-service teacher (PST) education in regional and rural Australia. One such project uses a collaboration nexus model with…

  18. Radio science electron density profiles of lunar ionosphere based on the service module of circumlunar return and reentry spacecraft

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    Wang, M.; Han, S.; Ping, J.; Tang, G.; Zhang, Q.

    2017-09-01

    The existence of lunar ionosphere has been under debate for a long time. Radio occultation experiments had been performed by both Luna 19/22 and SELENE missions and electron column density of lunar ionosphere was provided. The Apollo 14 mission also acquired the electron density with in situ measurements. But the results of these missions don't well-matched. In order to explore the lunar ionosphere, radio occultation with the service module of Chinese circumlunar return and reentry spacecraft has been performing. One coherent S-band and X-band radio signals were recorded by China deep space stations, and local correlation was adopted to compute carrier phases of both signals. Based on the above work, the electron density profiles of lunar ionosphere was obtained and analyzed.

  19. Kononenko uses laptop computer in the SM Transfer Compartment

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    2012-03-21

    ISS030-E-161167 (21 March 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Expedition 30 flight engineer, uses a computer in the transfer compartment of the International Space Station?s Zvezda Service Module. Russia's Zarya module is visible in the background.

  20. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3 Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-25

    ISS022-E-035438 (25 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, uses a computer while servicing the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3+ Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-28

    ISS022-E-040615 (28 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, uses a computer while servicing the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  2. Analyze the Role of a Teacher. Module. A Pre-Student Teaching Field Experience for Pre-Service Teachers.

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    Browning, Ruth A.

    This module is designed to aid preservice teachers in their first student teaching experience. The module is composed of five learning experiences which enable participants to assess their feelings toward teaching by focusing on three module components: (1) getting to know the students; (2) analyzing the role and activities of a teacher; and (3)…

  3. Implementation of a Service-learning Module in Medical Microbiology and Cell Biology Classes at an Undergraduate Liberal Arts University.

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    Larios-Sanz, Maia; Simmons, Alexandra D; Bagnall, Ruth Ann; Rosell, Rosemarie C

    2011-01-01

    Here we discuss the implementation of a service-learning module in two upper-division biology classes, Medical Microbiology and Cell Biology. This exciting hands-on learning experience provided our students with an opportunity to extend their learning of in-class topics to a real-life scenario. Students were required to volunteer their time (a minimum of 10 hours in a semester) at an under-served clinic in Houston, Texas. As they interacted with the personnel at the clinic, they were asked to identify the most prevalent disease (infectious for Medical Microbiology, and cellular-based for Cell) seen at the clinic and, working in groups, come up with educational material in the form of a display or brochure to be distributed to patients. The material was meant to educate patients about the disease in general terms, as well as how to recognize (symptoms), prevent and treat it. Students were required to keep a reflective journal in the form of a blog throughout the semester, and present their final materials to the class orally. Students were surveyed about their opinion of the experience at the end of the semester. The vast majority of student participants felt that the project was a positive experience and that it helped them develop additional skills beyond what they learn in the classroom and understand how lecture topics relate to every day life.

  4. Working with Our Publics. In-Service Education for Cooperative Extension. Module 6. Education for Public Decisions.

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    House, Verne W.; Young, Ardis Armstrong

    This module is the sixth in an inservice education series for extension professionals that consists of seven independent training modules. It provides inservice education in analyzing public problems, anticipating the consequences of extension's involvement in issues, and working effectively in areas of controversy. The following five units…

  5. 47 CFR 73.756 - System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 4 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false System specifications for double-sideband (DBS... Stations § 73.756 System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF... processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic range of the modulating signal shall be...

  6. Working with Our Publics. In-Service Education for Cooperative Extension. Module 2. The Extension Education Process.

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    Mustian, R. David; And Others

    This module is the second in an inservice education series for extension professionals that consists of seven independent training modules. It is an introduction to, and guided practice in, the premises, concepts, and processes of nonformal extension education--planning, designing and implementing, and evaluating and accounting for extension…

  7. Making Earth Science Relevant in the K-8 Classroom. The Development of an Instructional Soils Module for Pre-Service Elementary Teachers Using the Next Generation Science Standards

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    Baldwin, K. A.; Hauge, R.; Dechaine, J. M.; Varrella, G.; Egger, A. E.

    2013-12-01

    The development and adoption of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) raises a challenge in teacher preparation: few current teacher preparation programs prepare students to teach science the way it is presented in the NGSS, which emphasize systems thinking, interdisciplinary science, and deep engagement in the scientific process. In addition, the NGSS include more geoscience concepts and methods than previous standards, yet this is a topic area in which most college students are traditionally underprepared. Although nationwide, programmatic reform is needed, there are a few targets where relatively small, course-level changes can have a large effect. One of these targets is the 'science methods' course for pre-service elementary teachers, a requirement in virtually all teacher preparation programs. Since many elementary schools, both locally and across the country, have adopted a kit based science curriculum, examining kits is often a part of a science methods course. Unfortunately, solely relying on a kit based curriculum may leave gaps in science content curriculum as one prepares teachers to meet the NGSS. Moreover, kits developed at the national level often fall short in connecting geoscientific content to the locally relevant societal issues that engage students. This highlights the need to train pre-service elementary teachers to supplement kit curriculum with inquiry based geoscience investigations that consider relevant societal issues, promote systems thinking and incorporate connections between earth, life, and physical systems. We are developing a module that teaches geoscience concepts in the context of locally relevant societal issues while modeling effective pedagogy for pre-service elementary teachers. Specifically, we focus on soils, an interdisciplinary topic relevant to multiple geoscience-related societal grand challenges (e.g., water, food) that is difficult to engage students in. Module development is funded through InTeGrate, NSF

  8. Vinogradov reads manual in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-06-26

    ISS013-E-27377 (26 May 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, looks over a procedures checklist in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. MATRYOSHKA-R. Receiving and preparing of PADLE detectors for return

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    2014-09-09

    ISS040-E-130021 (9 Sept. 2014) --- European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst (left), writes a note while Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, both Expedition 40 flight engineers, looks on in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. MATRYOSHKA-R. Receiving and preparing of PADLE detectors for return

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    2014-09-09

    ISS040-E-130025 (9 Sept. 2014) --- European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst (right) and Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, both Expedition 40 flight engineers, work with a package of dosimeters in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. MATRYOSHKA-R. Receiving and preparing of PADLE detectors for return

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    2014-09-09

    ISS040-E-130020 (9 Sept. 2014) --- European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst, Expedition 40 flight engineer, opens a package of dosimeters in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  12. Barratt during 33P Progress unpacking

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    2009-05-13

    ISS019-E-016480 (13 May 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, is pictured near a tomato floating freely in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  13. Sharipov holds a package of Russian food near the galley in the SM during Expedition 9/10 joint OPS

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    2004-10-16

    ISS009-E-29027 (17 October 2004) --- Cosmonaut Salizhan S. Sharipov, Expedition 10 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, holds a package of food near the galley in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS).

  14. FE-1 Suraev prepares a new version of the BIO-5 Rasteniya-2 Experiment

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    2009-10-29

    ISS021-E-016211 (29 Oct. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev, Expedition 21 flight engineer, works with a new growth experiment on the BIO-5 Rasteniya-2 (Plants-2) payload in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. FE-1 Suraev prepares a new version of the BIO-5 Rasteniya-2 Experiment

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    2009-10-29

    ISS021-E-016204 (29 Oct. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev, Expedition 21 flight engineer, works with a new growth experiment on the BIO-5 Rasteniya-2 (Plants-2) payload in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  16. Kotov works at a Computer Workstation during Expedition 15

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    2007-07-01

    ISS015-E-15616 (1 July 2007) --- Cosmonaut Oleg V. Kotov, Expedition 15 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. View of Kotov working at a Computer in the SM during Expedition 15

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    2007-07-04

    ISS015-E-17632 (4 July 2007) --- Cosmonaut Oleg V. Kotov, Expedition 15 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  18. Vinogradov uses computer in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-05-01

    ISS013-E-10269 (1 May 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  19. Vinogradov enters data into laptop computer in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-06-01

    ISS013-E-29282 (1 June 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. Kuipers near food containers in the SM

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    2012-03-28

    ISS030-E-178069 (28 March 2012) --- European Space Agency astronaut Andre Kuipers, Expedition 30 flight engineer, is pictured near food storage containers in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Williams holds package of food in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-06-01

    ISS013-E-29344 (1 June 2006) --- Astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, Expedition 13 NASA space station science officer and flight engineer, holds a package of food near the galley in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  2. Shkaplerov makes a selection from food container

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    2012-02-03

    ISS030-E-117514 (3 Feb. 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, Expedition 30 flight engineer, makes a selection from a food storage container in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  3. Fincke smiles at the camera as he holds a partially eaten apple during Expedition 9

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    2004-10-14

    ISS009-E-28931 (16 October 2004) --- Astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke, Expedition 9 NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer, enjoys eating a fresh apple in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station (ISS).

  4. Wakata during 33P Progress unpacking

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    2009-05-13

    ISS019-E-016481 (13 May 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, is pictured with fresh tomatoes and apples in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. Chiao watches a water bubble float in the SM taken during Expedition 10

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    2005-01-15

    ISS010-E-13562 (15 January 2005) --- Astronaut Leroy Chiao, Expedition 10 commander and NASA Space Station science officer, watches a water bubble float between himself and the camera in the Zvezda Service Module, showing his image refracted.

  6. Vinogradov makes notation on pad in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-04-19

    ISS013-E-08185 (19 April 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, takes notes while using a communication system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  7. Russian BAR/EXPERT experiment

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    2009-08-28

    ISS020-E-035016 (27 Aug. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, Expedition 20 commander, uses the Russian BAR/EXPERT science payload to take various environmental measurements in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  8. Russian BAR/EXPERT experiment

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    2009-08-28

    ISS020-E-035022 (27 Aug. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 20 flight engineer, uses the Russian BAR/EXPERT science payload to take various environmental measurements in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Russian BAR/EXPERT experiment

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    2009-08-28

    ISS020-E-035017 (27 Aug. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, Expedition 20 commander, uses the Russian BAR/EXPERT science payload to take various environmental measurements in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Vinogradov uses a communication system in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-06-22

    ISS013-E-40015 (22 June 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a communication system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Malenchenko uses communication equipment in the SM

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    2008-01-09

    ISS016-E-022130 (9 Jan. 2008) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a communication system while working in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  12. Malenchenko uses communication equipment in the SM

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    2008-01-09

    ISS016-E-022134 (9 Jan. 2008) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a communication system while working in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  13. Vinogradov reconfigures communication in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-04-26

    ISS013-E-10238 (26 April 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a communication system while working with equipment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  14. Vinogradov uses a Sony HD Video Camcorder and laptop computer in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-08-01

    ISS013-E-66727 (August 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, wears a communication system headset while using a video camcorder and computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. Reiter working in SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-08-19

    ISS013-E-67495 (19 Aug. 2006) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 13 flight engineer, wears a communication system while using a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  16. Vinogradov uses a Sony HD Video Camcorder and laptop computer in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-08-01

    ISS013-E-66726 (August 2006) --- Cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, Expedition 13 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, wears a communication system headset while using a video camcorder and computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. Flight Engineer Budarin uses a laptop computer in the SM during Expedition Six

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    2003-03-21

    ISS006-E-45279 (21 March 2003) --- Cosmonaut Nikolai M. Budarin, Expedition Six flight engineer, uses a computer as he talks on a communication system in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Budarin represents Rosaviakosmos.

  18. Ivanishin wearing a communication system headset in the SM

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    2012-01-05

    ISS030-E-021036 (5 Jan. 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin, Expedition 30 flight engineer, wears a communication system headset while using a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  19. Expedition 16 FE Malenchenko works on the P-KINASE Experiment in the SM

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    2007-10-13

    ISS015-E-34291 (13 Oct. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with an incubator in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. Expedition 16 FE Malenchenko works on the P-KINASE Experiment in the SM

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    2007-10-13

    ISS015-E-34289 (13 Oct. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with an incubator in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Krikalev with failed Elektron Liquid Unit #6 (BZh-6)

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    2005-06-09

    ISS011-E-08465 (9 June 2005) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works on the Elektron oxygen-generation system in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  2. Lonchakov checks the Rasteniya-2 plant growth experiment in the SM during Expedition Five

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    2002-11-08

    ISS005-E-20309 (8 November 2002) --- Soyuz 5 Flight Engineer Yuri V. Lonchakov looks at a plant growth experiment in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Lonchakov represents Rosaviakosmos.

  3. Korzun checks the Rasteniya-2 plant growth experiment in the SM during Expedition Five

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    2002-11-08

    ISS005-E-20302 (8 November 2002) --- Cosmonaut Valery G. Korzun, Expedition Five mission commander, checks a plant growth experiment in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Korzun represents Rosaviakosmos.

  4. Flight Engineer Budarin is changing a part in the water recycling system in the SM

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    2003-03-21

    ISS006-E-45275 (21 March 2003) --- Cosmonaut Nikolai M. Budarin, Expedition Six flight engineer, holds a piece of hardware near a worktable in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Budarin represents Rosaviakosmos.

  5. Expedition 16 FE Malenchenko working on the Conjugation Experiment Hardware in the SM

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    2007-10-13

    ISS015-E-34287 (13 Oct. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, places hybridizers in orange Rekomb-kit in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  6. Reiter works with Heart Rate and Blood Pressure measuring devices in the SM during Expedition 13

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    2006-07-01

    ISS013-E-54170 (July 2006) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 13 flight engineer, looks over a procedures checklist in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  7. TVIS Inflight Maintenance

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    2011-07-01

    ISS028-E-013757 (1 July 2011) --- Russian cosmonaut Andrey Borisenko, Expedition 28 commander, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  8. FE Thirsk exercises on the TVIS in the SM

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    2009-11-11

    ISS021-E-024162 (11 Nov. 2009) --- Canadian Space Agency astronaut Robert Thirsk, Expedition 21 flight engineer, equipped with a bungee harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Chamitoff performs maintenance on the TVIS during Expedition 17

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    2008-08-12

    ISS017-E-012864 (12 Aug. 2008) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, Expedition 17 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Barrett during TVIS maintenance

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    2009-04-21

    ISS019-E-008750 (21 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Barrett during TVIS maintenance

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    2009-04-21

    ISS019-E-008752 (21 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  12. Chamitoff works on TVIS in the SM during Expedition 17

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    2008-08-01

    ISS017-E-012105 (1 Aug. 2008) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, Expedition 17 flight engineer, works with the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  13. Barrett during TVIS maintenance

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    2009-04-21

    ISS019-E-008767 (21 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  14. Barrett during TVIS maintenance

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    2009-04-21

    ISS019-E-008764 (21 April 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Barratt, Expedition 19/20 flight engineer, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. Flight Engineer Donald R. Pettit exercises on the TVIS in the SM during Expedition Six

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    2003-03-20

    ISS006-E-45265 (20 March 2003) --- Astronaut Donald R. Pettit, Expedition 6 NASA ISS science officer, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  16. Volkov performs maintenance on the TVIS during Expedition 17

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    2008-08-12

    ISS017-E-012861 (12 Aug. 2008) --- Russian Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Sergei Volkov, Expedition 17 commander, performs in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. View of Yurchikhin in the SM during Expedition 15

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    2007-05-27

    ISS015-E-09627 (27 May 2007) --- Cosmonaut Fyodor N. Yurchikhin, Expedition 15 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, adds water to garlic inside a gauze-filled metal container in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  18. Yurchikhin poses for a photo in the SM during Expedition 15

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    2007-06-03

    ISS015-E-10628 (3 June 2007) --- Cosmonaut Fyodor N. Yurchikhin, Expedition 15 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, holds a garlic planter in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  19. Kotov holds Retractable Equipment Tethers in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-06

    ISS022-E-019986 (6 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, holds a stowage box containing extravehicular activity (EVA) retractable equipment tethers in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. Ivanishin prepares his first session with the Russian Behavioral Assessment TIPOLOGIA

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    2011-12-07

    ISS030-E-009567 (7 Dec. 2011) --- Russian cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin, Expedition 30 flight engineer, prepares for a session with the Russian behavioral assessment TIPOLOGIA (MBI-20) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  1. Ivanishin prepares his first session with the Russian Behavioral Assessment TIPOLOGIA

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    2011-12-07

    ISS030-E-009568 (7 Dec. 2011) --- Russian cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin, Expedition 30 flight engineer, prepares for a session with the Russian behavioral assessment TIPOLOGIA (MBI-20) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  2. Ivanishin prepares his first session with the Russian Behavioral Assessment TIPOLOGIA

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    2011-12-07

    ISS030-E-009565 (7 Dec. 2011) --- Russian cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin, Expedition 30 flight engineer, prepares for a session with the Russian behavioral assessment TIPOLOGIA (MBI-20) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  3. Expedition 32 Crew Members work in the SM

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    2012-07-22

    ISS032-E-010076 (22 July 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Sergei Revin (left) and NASA astronaut Joe Acaba, both Expedition 32 flight engineers, use a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  4. Malenchenko wearing Penguin-3 suit in the SM

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    2008-01-13

    ISS016-E-022540 (13 Jan. 2008) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, watches a computer monitor in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. Skripochka and Kaleri watch monitor

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    2011-03-04

    ISS026-E-031766 (4 March 2011) --- Russian cosmonauts Oleg Skripochka (foreground) and Alexander Kaleri, both Expedition 26 flight engineers, watch a computer monitor in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  6. jsc2014e077199

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    2014-08-12

    DATE: 8-12-14 LOCATION: Bldg. 30 - FCR-1 (30M/231) SUBJECT: ISS Flight Controllers during docking of the "Georges Lemaitre" Automated Transfer Vehicle-5 to the aft port of the Zvezda Service Module. PHOTOGRAPHER: Lauren Harnett

  7. jsc2014e077215

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    2014-08-12

    DATE: 8-12-14 LOCATION: Bldg. 30 - FCR-1 (30M/231) SUBJECT: ISS Flight Controllers during docking of the "Georges Lemaitre" Automated Transfer Vehicle-5 to the aft port of the Zvezda Service Module. PHOTOGRAPHER: Lauren Harnett

  8. Replacing E-K pre-treat container and hose in АСУ system

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    2006-11-29

    ISS014-E-08798 (29 Nov. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer, replaces the E-K pre-treat container and hose in the waste management system in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  9. Novitskiy performs in-flight maintenance on the TVIS

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    2013-01-23

    ISS034-E-033549 (23 Jan. 2013) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy, Expedition 34 flight engineer, performs routine in-flight maintenance on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  10. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3+ Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-25

    ISS022-E-035436 (25 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, works with the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  11. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3+ Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-28

    ISS022-E-040614 (28 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, is pictured while working with the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  12. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3 Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-25

    ISS022-E-035439 (25 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, is pictured while working with the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  13. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3+ Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-28

    ISS022-E-040617 (28 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, is pictured while working with the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  14. Kotov works with Plasma Crystal-3+ Experiment in the SM during Expedition 22

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    2010-01-25

    ISS022-E-035434 (25 Jan. 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 22 flight engineer, works with the Plasma Crystal-3 experiment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. Expedition Seven CDR Malenchenko with LADA greenhouse

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    2003-06-04

    ISS007-E-06175 (21 May 2003) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 7 mission commander, works with the Russian Lada greenhouse in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  16. Tyurin with PLANTS-2

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    2007-02-28

    ISS014-E-15475 (28 Feb. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, checks the progress of plants growing in the Russian Lada greenhouse in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  17. Plant growth experiment inside the Russian Lada greenhouse

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    2003-07-01

    ISS007-E-10348 (July 2003) --- This view of a plant growth experiment inside the Russian Lada greenhouse, located in the Zvezda Service Module, was taken by an Expedition 7 crewmember onboard the International Space Station (ISS).

  18. CDR Malenchenko removes pea pods from Lada greenhouse

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    2003-05-15

    ISS007-E-05458 (15 May 2003) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition Seven mission commander, works with the Russian Lada greenhouse in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  19. Tyurin with PLANTS-2

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    2007-02-28

    ISS014-E-15479 (28 Feb. 2007) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, checks the progress of plants growing in the Russian Lada greenhouse in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  20. Expedition Seven CDR Malenchenko with LADA greenhouse

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    2003-06-04

    ISS007-E-06178 (21 May 2003) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 7 mission commander, works with the Russian Lada greenhouse in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  1. Onufrienko makes repairs to the Elektron oxygen generator in the SM during Expedition Four

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    2002-04-26

    ISS004-E-11793 (26 April 2002) --- Cosmonaut Yury I. Onufrienko, Expedition Four mission commander, performs maintenance on the Elektron Oxygen Generator in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Onufrienko represents Rosaviakosmos.

  2. Bursch poses next to the Elektron oxygen generator in the SM during Expedition Four

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    2002-04-26

    ISS004-E-11791 (26 April 2002) --- Astronaut Daniel W. Bursch, Expedition Four flight engineer, works on the Elektron Oxygen Generator in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  3. Walz poses next to the Elektron oxygen generator in the SM during Expedition Four

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    2002-04-26

    ISS004-E-11792 (26 April 2002) --- Astronaut Carl E. Walz, Expedition Four flight engineer, works on the Elektron Oxygen Generator in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  4. Orion Crew Module Adapter

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    2015-11-12

    Offloading of the Orion Crew Module Adapter, CMA, at Plum Brook Station. The adapter will connect Orion’s crew module to a service module provided by ESA (European Space Agency). NASA is preparing for a series of tests that will check out the Orion European Service Module, a critical part of the spacecraft that will be launched on future missions to an asteroid and on toward Mars.

  5. Romanenko looks through a Rodnik Tank in the SM

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    2012-12-31

    ISS034-E-010446 (31 Dec. 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 34 flight engineer, looks through a Rodnik tank in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. Romanenko performed a water transfer from a Rodnik tank in the Progress to a Rodnik tank in the Zvezda Service Module. Note the multiple refractions of the cosmonaut?s head and shoulders in the bubbles.

  6. Services

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  7. ADJUSTMENT, MAINTENANCE, AND REPAIR OF TILLAGE, PLANTING, SPRAYING, AND FERTILIZING MACHINERY. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY--SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, MODULE NUMBER 10.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.

    THE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE IS TO HELP TEACHERS PREPARE POSTSECONDARY-LEVEL STUDENTS FOR THE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY SERVICE OCCUPATIONS AS PARTS MEN, MECHANICS, MECHANIC'S HELPERS, AND SERVICE SUPERVISORS. IT WAS DESIGNED BY A NATIONAL TASK FORCE ON THE BASIS OF RESEARCH FROM STATE STUDIES. THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP (1) STUDENT UNDERSTANDING…

  8. 47 CFR 73.756 - System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

    2014-10-01

    .... Nominal carrier frequencies shall be integral multiples of 5 kHz. (2) Audio-frequency band. The upper limit of the audio-frequency band (at—3 dB) of the transmitter shall not exceed 4.5 kHz and the lower... processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic range of the modulating signal shall be...

  9. 47 CFR 73.756 - System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

    2012-10-01

    .... Nominal carrier frequencies shall be integral multiples of 5 kHz. (2) Audio-frequency band. The upper limit of the audio-frequency band (at—3 dB) of the transmitter shall not exceed 4.5 kHz and the lower... processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic range of the modulating signal shall be...

  10. 47 CFR 73.756 - System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

    2011-10-01

    .... Nominal carrier frequencies shall be integral multiples of 5 kHz. (2) Audio-frequency band. The upper limit of the audio-frequency band (at—3 dB) of the transmitter shall not exceed 4.5 kHz and the lower... processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic range of the modulating signal shall be...

  11. 47 CFR 73.756 - System specifications for double-sideband (DBS) modulated emissions in the HF broadcasting service.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-10-01

    .... Nominal carrier frequencies shall be integral multiples of 5 kHz. (2) Audio-frequency band. The upper limit of the audio-frequency band (at—3 dB) of the transmitter shall not exceed 4.5 kHz and the lower... processing. If audio-frequency signal processing is used, the dynamic range of the modulating signal shall be...

  12. Rescue Manual. Module 5.

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    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This learner manual for rescuers covers the current techniques or practices required in the rescue service. The fifth of 10 modules contains information on hazardous materials. Key points, an introduction, and conclusion accompany substantive material in this module. In addition, the module contains a Department of Transportation guide chart on…

  13. International Space Station (ISS)

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    2000-09-01

    This image of the International Space Station (ISS) was taken when Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-106 mission) approached the ISS for docking. At the top is the Russian Progress supply ship that is linked with the Russian built Service Module or Zvezda. The Zvezda is cornected with the Russian built Functional Cargo Block (FGB) or Zarya. The U.S. built Node 1 or Unity module is seen at the bottom.

  14. Opening Real Science: Evaluation of an Online Module on Statistical Literacy for Pre-Service Primary Teachers

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    Bilgin, Ayse Aysin Bombaci; Date-Huxtable, Elizabeth; Coady, Carmel; Geiger, Vincent; Cavanagh, Michael; Mulligan, Joanne; Petocz, Peter

    2017-01-01

    Opening Real Science (ORS) is a three-year government initiative developed as part of the Mathematics and Science Teachers program. It is a collaboration across universities involving teacher educators, scientists, mathematicians, statisticians and educational designers aimed at improving primary and secondary pre-service teachers' competence and…

  15. Procedure for developing experimental designs for accelerated tests for service-life prediction. [for solar cell modules

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    Thomas, R. E.; Gaines, G. B.

    1978-01-01

    Recommended design procedures to reduce the complete factorial design by retaining information on anticipated important interaction effects, and by generally giving up information on unconditional main effects are discussed. A hypothetical photovoltaic module used in the test design is presented. Judgments were made of the relative importance of various environmental stresses such as UV radiation, abrasion, chemical attack, temperature, mechanical stress, relative humidity and voltage. Consideration is given to a complete factorial design and its graphical representation, elimination of selected test conditions, examination and improvement of an engineering design, and parametric study. The resulting design consists of a mix of conditional main effects and conditional interactions and represents a compromise between engineering and statistical requirements.

  16. Hypervelocity Impact of Unstressed and Stressed Titanium in a Whipple Configuration in Support of the Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module Propellant Tanks

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    Nahra, Henry K.; Christiansen, Eric; Piekutowski, Andrew; Lyons, Frankel; Keddy, Christopher; Salem, Jonathan; Miller, Joshua; Bohl, William; Poormon, Kevin; Greene, Nathanel; hide

    2010-01-01

    Hypervelocity impacts were performed on six unstressed and six stressed titanium coupons with aluminium shielding in order to assess the effects of the partial penetration damage on the post impact micromechanical properties of titanium and on the residual strength after impact. This work is performed in support of the definition of the penetration criteria of the propellant tanks surfaces for the service module of the crew exploration vehicle where such a criterion is based on testing and analyses rather than on historical precedence. The objective of this work is to assess the effects of applied biaxial stress on the damage dynamics and morphology. The crater statistics revealed minute differences between stressed and unstressed coupon damage. The post impact residual stress analyses showed that the titanium strength properties were generally unchanged for the unstressed coupons when compared with undamaged titanium. However, high localized strains were shown near the craters during the tensile tests.

  17. Hypervelocity Impact of Unstressed and Stressed Titanium in a Whipple Configuration in Support of the Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module Propellant Tanks

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    Nahra, Henry K.; Christiansen, Eric; Piekutowski, Andrew; Lyons, Frankel; Keddy, Christopher; Salem, Jonathan; Poormon, Kevin; Bohl, William; Miller, Joshua; Greene, Nathanael; hide

    2010-01-01

    Hypervelocity impacts were performed on six unstressed and six stressed titanium coupons with aluminium: shielding in order to assess the effects of the partial penetration damage on the post impact micromechanical properties of titanium and on the residual strength after impact. This work is performed in support of the defInition of the penetration criteria of the propellant and oxidizer tanks dome surfaces for the service module of the crew exploration vehicle where such a criterion is based on testing and analyses rather than on historical precedence. The objective of this work is to assess the effects of applied biaxial stress on the damage dynamics and morphology. The crater statistics revealed minute differences between stressed and unstressed coupon damage. The post impact residual stress analyses showed that the titanium strength properties were generally unchanged for the unstressed coupons when compared with undamaged titanium. However, high localized strains were shown near the craters during the tensile tests.

  18. Sensory modulation and trauma-informed-care knowledge transfer and translation in mental health services in Victoria: Evaluation of a statewide train-the-trainer intervention.

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    McEvedy, Samantha; Maguire, Tessa; Furness, Trentham; McKenna, Brian

    2017-07-01

    Sensory modulation (SM) and trauma-informed-care (TIC) are therapeutic strategies which can help avoid incidents of aggression and thus reduce the use of restrictive interventions in mental health settings. In order to educate mental health nurses and allied health professionals in these strategies, a train-the-trainer intervention was developed and delivered to 19 area mental health services as a statewide, government funded program. This descriptive qualitative study evaluated the effectiveness of the intervention to: a) transfer knowledge; and, b) translate knowledge into practice. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with senior staff (n = 21); focus group discussions with trainees (n = 10); and, a paired in-depth interview with master trainers (n = 2). In total, 170 trainees attended two day train-the-trainer sessions. Many trainees were not in education roles. Most services facilitated further knowledge transfer to end-user clinicians, though training materials were often adapted. End-users' responses to SM/TIC training were generally positive to the training, but some were resistant to the change in practice. Limited anecdotal evidence of translation of SM/TIC into practice was provided. Ongoing support is required to maintain a focus on SM and TIC, sustain and encourage further knowledge transfer and translation, and assess the impact on consumer and staff health outcomes. Copyright © 2017. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

  19. A-7E Software Module Guide.

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    1981-12-08

    o 14 A& B:2.1 Function Driver Module.. ..... .... 14’ ’: B:2.2 Shared Services Module . . . o o . 0 -15 M’ 5:3 Software Decision Module...2.1.13 Weapon Release Functions... ........24 C:2.l.14 Ground Test Functions .. ........... 24 C:2.2 Shared Services Module Decomposition. ........24 C...Driver (FD) Module supported by a Shared Services (SS) Module. B:2.1 FUNCTION DRIVER MODULE The Function Driver Module consists of a set of individual

  20. Fuel Oxidizer Reaction Products (FORP) Contamination of Service Module (SM) and Release of N-nitrosodimethylamine(NDMA)in a Humid Environment from Crew EVA Suits Contaminated with FORP

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    Schmidl, William; Mikatarian, Ron; Lam, Chiu-Wing; West, Bil; Buchanan, Vanessa; Dee, Louis; Baker, David; Koontz, Steve

    2004-01-01

    The Service Module (SM) is an element of the Russian Segment of the International Space Station (ISS). One of the functions of the SM is to provide attitude control for the ISS using thrusters when the U.S. Control Moment Gyros (CMG's) must be desaturated. Prior to an Extravehicular Activity (EVA) on the Russian Segment, the Docking Compartment (DC1) is depressurized, as it is used as an airlock. When the DC1 is depressurized, the CMG's margin of momentum is insufficient and the SM attitude control thrusters need to fire to desaturate the CMG's. SM roll thruster firings induce contamination onto adjacent surfaces with Fuel Oxidizer Reaction Products (FORP). FORP is composed of both volatile and non-volatile components. One of the components of FORP is the potent carcinogen N-nitrosdimethylamine (NDMA). Since the EVA crewmembers often enter the area surrounding the thrusters for tasks on the aft end of the SM and when translating to other areas of the Russian Segment, the presence of FORP is a concern. This paper will discuss FORP contamination of the SM surfaces, the release of NDMA in a humid environment from crew EVA suits, if they happen to be contaminated with FORP, and the toxicological risk associated with the NDMA release.

  1. 47 CFR 78.115 - Modulation limits.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 4 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Modulation limits. 78.115 Section 78.115... SERVICE Technical Regulations § 78.115 Modulation limits. (a) If amplitude modulation is employed, negative modulation peaks shall not exceed 100 percent modulation. [37 FR 3292, Feb. 12, 1972, as amended...

  2. Development of an Aerodynamic Analysis Method and Database for the SLS Service Module Panel Jettison Event Utilizing Inviscid CFD and MATLAB

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    Applebaum, Michael P.; Hall, Leslie, H.; Eppard, William M.; Purinton, David C.; Campbell, John R.; Blevins, John A.

    2015-01-01

    This paper describes the development, testing, and utilization of an aerodynamic force and moment database for the Space Launch System (SLS) Service Module (SM) panel jettison event. The database is a combination of inviscid Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) data and MATLAB code written to query the data at input values of vehicle/SM panel parameters and return the aerodynamic force and moment coefficients of the panels as they are jettisoned from the vehicle. The database encompasses over 5000 CFD simulations with the panels either in the initial stages of separation where they are hinged to the vehicle, in close proximity to the vehicle, or far enough from the vehicle that body interference effects are neglected. A series of viscous CFD check cases were performed to assess the accuracy of the Euler solutions for this class of problem and good agreement was obtained. The ultimate goal of the panel jettison database was to create a tool that could be coupled with any 6-Degree-Of-Freedom (DOF) dynamics model to rapidly predict SM panel separation from the SLS vehicle in a quasi-unsteady manner. Results are presented for panel jettison simulations that utilize the database at various SLS flight conditions. These results compare favorably to an approach that directly couples a 6-DOF model with the Cart3D Euler flow solver and obtains solutions for the panels at exact locations. This paper demonstrates a method of using inviscid CFD simulations coupled with a 6-DOF model that provides adequate fidelity to capture the physics of this complex multiple moving-body panel separation event.

  3. 47 CFR 95.637 - Modulation standards.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

    2010-10-01

    ... amplitude modulation and frequency or phase modulation of a transmitter are not permitted. (d) When emission... 47 Telecommunication 5 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Modulation standards. 95.637 Section 95.637... SERVICES Technical Regulations Technical Standards § 95.637 Modulation standards. (a) A GMRS transmitter...

  4. Geriatric Service Worker.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Seton Hill Coll., Greensburg, PA.

    This curriculum for training geriatric service workers is designed to incorporate additional communication and group skills along with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to work with older adults. The curriculum is organized in four modules. Each module is assigned a time frame and a credit unit base. The modules are divided into four major…

  5. 47 CFR 101.811 - Modulation requirements.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

    2011-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2011-10-01 2011-10-01 false Modulation requirements. 101.811 Section 101.811 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Local Television Transmission Service § 101.811 Modulation requirements. (a...

  6. 47 CFR 101.811 - Modulation requirements.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

    2012-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2012-10-01 2012-10-01 false Modulation requirements. 101.811 Section 101.811 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Local Television Transmission Service § 101.811 Modulation requirements. (a...

  7. 47 CFR 101.811 - Modulation requirements.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2013-10-01 2013-10-01 false Modulation requirements. 101.811 Section 101.811 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Local Television Transmission Service § 101.811 Modulation requirements. (a...

  8. 47 CFR 101.811 - Modulation requirements.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

    2014-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2014-10-01 2014-10-01 false Modulation requirements. 101.811 Section 101.811 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Local Television Transmission Service § 101.811 Modulation requirements. (a...

  9. Self-reported utilization of mental health services in the adult German population--evidence for unmet needs? Results of the DEGS1-Mental Health Module (DEGS1-MH).

    PubMed

    Mack, Simon; Jacobi, Frank; Gerschler, Anja; Strehle, Jens; Höfler, Michael; Busch, Markus A; Maske, Ulrike E; Hapke, Ulfert; Seiffert, Ingeburg; Gaebel, Wolfgang; Zielasek, Jürgen; Maier, Wolfgang; Wittchen, Hans-Ulrich

    2014-09-01

    This paper provides up-to-date data on service use for mental health problems and disorders among adults aged 18-79 years in Germany derived from the Mental Health Module of the German Health Interview and Examination Survey for Adults (DEGS1-MH; N=4483). Data are based exclusively on self-report. Respondents were examined by clinically trained interviewers with a modified version of the Composite International Diagnostic Interview DIA-X/M-CIDI to assess diagnoses according to the criteria of DSM-IV-TR. Service use, i.e. contact to mental health care services, due to mental health problems was assessed for the past 12 months and lifetime, by type of sector and type of institution. Among respondents with a 12-month diagnosis of a mental disorder, 23.5% of the women and 11.6% of the men reported any service use in the past 12 months. Service use depends on type of diagnosis, comorbidity and socio-demographic characteristics. Lowest 12-month utilization rates were found for substance use disorders (15.6%; lifetime use 37.3%), highest for psychotic disorders (40.5%; lifetime 72.1%). Further, a considerable time lap was found between disorder onset and subsequent service use among the majority of cases with anxiety and mood disorders. This paper provides self-reported epidemiological data on mental health service use in Germany, complementing administrative statistics and the predecessor mental health module of the German Health Interview and Examination Survey (GHS-MHS) from 1998. Despite considerable changes in the mental health field in Germany and the existence of a comprehensive mental health care system without major financial barriers, we find no indications of substantially higher utilization rates for mental disorders as compared to other comparable European countries. Further, no indications of major overall changes in utilization rates are apparent. To pinpoint areas with unmet needs, more detailed analyses of the data are needed taking into account type

  10. International Space Station (ISS)

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2000-09-01

    This image of the International Space Station (ISS) was taken during the STS-106 mission. The ISS component nearest the camera is the U.S. built Node 1 or Unity module, which cornected with the Russian built Functional Cargo Block (FGB) or Zarya. The FGB was linked with the Service Module or Zvezda. On the far end is the Russian Progress supply ship.

  11. International Space Station (ISS)

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    2000-12-01

    This image of the International Space Station in orbit was taken from the Space Shuttle Endeavour prior to docking. Most of the Station's components are clearly visible in this photograph. They are the Node 1 or Unity Module docked with the Functional Cargo Block or Zarya (top) that is linked to the Zvezda Service Module. The Soyuz spacecraft is at the bottom.

  12. Onufrienko holds a Grab Sample Container (GSC) in the SM during Expedition Four

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    2002-05-23

    ISS004-E-12368 (23 May 2002) --- Cosmonaut Yury I. Onufrienko, Expedition Four mission commander representing Rosaviakosmos, holds a Grab Sample Container (GSC) in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). The GSC is used to take air samples in various modules as part of environmental quality control.

  13. Progress 23 supply vehicle approach

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    2006-10-26

    ISS014-E-06544 (26 Oct. 2006) --- Backdropped by a blue and white Earth, an unpiloted Progress supply vehicle approaches the International Space Station. Progress docked to the aft port of the Zvezda Service Module at 9:29 a.m. (CDT) on Oct. 26. The spacecraft used the automated Kurs system to dock at the aft port of the Zvezda service module. Expedition 14 flight engineer Mikhail Tyurin stood by at the manual Toru docking system controls, but the automated system functioned as designed and manual intervention was not needed.

  14. APOLLO XII - ART CONCEPT - COMMAND MODULE

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    1969-11-10

    S69-58005 (10 Nov. 1969) --- An artist's concept of the Apollo 12 Command Module's (CM) interior, with the command module pilot at the controls. The Apollo 12 Lunar Module (LM) and a portion of the lunar surface are seen out of the window. Astronaut Richard F. Gordon Jr. will maneuver the Apollo 12 Command and Service Modules (CSM) in lunar orbit while astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., commander, and Alan L. Bean, lunar module pilot, explore the moon.

  15. Rescue Manual. Module 8.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This learner manual for rescuers covers the current techniques or practices required in the rescue service. The eighth of 10 modules contains 6 chapters: (1) trench rescue; (2) shoring and tunneling techniques; (3) farm accident rescue; (4) wilderness search and rescue; (5) aircraft rescue; and (6) helicopter information. Key points, an…

  16. Rescue Manual. Module 6.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This learner manual for rescuers covers the current techniques or practices required in the rescue service. The sixth of 10 modules contains 4 chapters: (1) industrial rescue; (2) rescue from a confined space; (3) extrication from heavy equipment; and (4) rescue operations involving elevators. Key points, an introduction, and conclusion accompany…

  17. Rescue Manual. Module 2.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This learner manual for rescuers covers the current techniques or practices required in the rescue service. The second of 10 modules contains 5 chapters: (1) patient care and handling techniques; (2) rescue carries and drags; (3) emergency vehicle operations; (4) self-contained breathing apparatus; and (5) protective clothing. Key points, an…

  18. Rescue Manual. Module 4.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Instructional Materials Lab.

    This learner manual for rescuers covers the current techniques or practices required in the rescue service. The fourth of 10 modules contains 8 chapters: (1) construction and characteristics of rescue rope; (2) knots, bends, and hitches; (3) critical angles; (4) raising systems; (5) rigging; (6) using the brake-bar rack for rope rescue; (7) rope…

  19. Robot Serviced Space Facility

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Purves, Lloyd R. (Inventor)

    1992-01-01

    A robot serviced space facility includes multiple modules which are identical in physical structure, but selectively differing in function. and purpose. Each module includes multiple like attachment points which are identically placed on each module so as to permit interconnection with immediately adjacent modules. Connection is made through like outwardly extending flange assemblies having identical male and female configurations for interconnecting to and locking to a complementary side of another flange. Multiple rows of interconnected modules permit force, fluid, data and power transfer to be accomplished by redundant circuit paths. Redundant modules of critical subsystems are included. Redundancy of modules and of interconnections results in a space complex with any module being removable upon demand, either for module replacement or facility reconfiguration. without eliminating any vital functions of the complex. Module replacement and facility assembly or reconfiguration are accomplished by a computer controlled articulated walker type robotic manipulator arm assembly having two identical end-effectors in the form of male configurations which are identical to those on module flanges and which interconnect to female configurations on other flanges. The robotic arm assembly moves along a connected set or modules by successively disconnecting, moving and reconnecting alternate ends of itself to a succession of flanges in a walking type maneuver. To transport a module, the robot keeps the transported module attached to one of its end-effectors and uses another flange male configuration of the attached module as a substitute end-effector during walking.

  20. Module Configuration

    DOEpatents

    Oweis, Salah; D'Ussel, Louis; Chagnon, Guy; Zuhowski, Michael; Sack, Tim; Laucournet, Gaullume; Jackson, Edward J.

    2002-06-04

    A stand alone battery module including: (a) a mechanical configuration; (b) a thermal management configuration; (c) an electrical connection configuration; and (d) an electronics configuration. Such a module is fully interchangeable in a battery pack assembly, mechanically, from the thermal management point of view, and electrically. With the same hardware, the module can accommodate different cell sizes and, therefore, can easily have different capacities. The module structure is designed to accommodate the electronics monitoring, protection, and printed wiring assembly boards (PWAs), as well as to allow airflow through the module. A plurality of modules may easily be connected together to form a battery pack. The parts of the module are designed to facilitate their manufacture and assembly.

  1. ANTIGENIC MODULATION

    PubMed Central

    Old, Lloyd J.; Stockert, Elisabeth; Boyse, Edward A.; Kim, Jae Ho

    1968-01-01

    Antigenic modulation (the loss of TL antigens from TL+ cells exposed to TL antibody in the absence of lytic complement) has been demonstrated in vitro. An ascites leukemia, phenotype TL.1,2,3, which modulates rapidly and completely when incubated with TL antiserum in vitro, was selected for further study of the phenomenon. Over a wide range of TL antibody concentrations modulation at 37°C was detectable within 10 min and was complete within approximately 1 hr. The cells were initially sensitized to C' by their contact with antibody, thereafter losing this sensitivity to C' lysis together with their sensitivity to TL antibody and C' in the cytotoxic test. The capacity of the cells to undergo modulation was abolished by actinomycin D and by iodoacetamide, and by reducing the temperature of incubation to 0°C. Thus modulation apparently is an active cellular process. Antigens TL. 1,2, and 3 are all modulated by anti-TL.1,3 serum and by anti-TL.3 serum. This modulation affects all three TL components together, even when antibody to one or two of them is lacking. aAnti-TL.2 serum does not induce modulation and in fact impairs modulation by the other TL antibodies. The influence of the TL phenotype of cells upon the demonstrable content of H-2 (D region) isoantigen, first shown in cells modulated in vivo, has been observed with cells modulated in vitro. Cells undergoing modulation show a progressive increase in H-2 (D region) antigen over a period of 4 hr, with no change in H-2 antigens of the K region. Restoration of the TL+ phenotype of modulated cells after removal of antibody is less rapid than TL+ → TL- modulation and may require several cell divisions. PMID:5636556

  2. Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Caregivers of Service Members and Veterans. Module 2. Understanding the Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury and What You Can Do To Help

    DTIC Science & Technology

    2010-04-01

    primary caregiver for your service member/ veteran with TBI. Therapy often continues on an outpatient basis in a hospital or clinic closer to home...from therapy , and that kind of thing. I would really like for him to get to that point because I would like for him to prove to himself that he’s...care, toileting, medication, and other issues. They reinforce the skills being learned in therapy and help carry out the treatment plan

  3. iss054e027048

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2018-02-02

    iss054e027048 (Feb. 2, 2018) --- A Russian spacewalker is seen in an Orlan spacesuit with blue stripes (center image) working outside the Zvezda service module during the longest spacewalk in Russian space program history on Feb. 2, 2018. Cosmonauts Alexander Misurkin and Anton Shkaplerov wrapped up the eight hour and 13 minute spacewalk after installing a new electronics and telemetry box for the high gain antenna on Zvezda. The new gear will enhance communications between Russian flight controllers and the Russian modules.

  4. 47 CFR 101.141 - Microwave modulation.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2013-10-01 2013-10-01 false Microwave modulation. 101.141 Section 101.141 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Technical Standards § 101.141 Microwave modulation. (a) Microwave transmitters employing digital...

  5. 47 CFR 101.141 - Microwave modulation.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

    2014-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 5 2014-10-01 2014-10-01 false Microwave modulation. 101.141 Section 101.141 Telecommunication FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES FIXED MICROWAVE SERVICES Technical Standards § 101.141 Microwave modulation. (a) Microwave transmitters employing digital...

  6. Power Extension Package (PEP) system definition extension, orbital service module systems analysis study. Volume 7: PEP logistics and training plan requirements

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    1979-01-01

    Recommendations for logistics activities and logistics planning are presented based on the assumption that a system prime contractor will perform logistics functions to support all program hardware and will implement a logistics system to include the planning and provision of products and services to assure cost effective coverage of the following: maintainability; maintenance; spares and supply support; fuels; pressurants and fluids; operations and maintenance documentation training; preservation, packaging and packing; transportation and handling; storage; and logistics management information reporting. The training courses, manpower, materials, and training aids required will be identified and implemented in a training program.

  7. Delta modulation

    NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

    Schilling, D. L.

    1971-01-01

    The conclusions of the design research of the song adaptive delta modulator are presented for source encoding voice signals. The variation of output SNR vs input signal power/when 8, 9, and 10 bit internal arithmetic is employed. Voice intelligibility tapes to test the 10-bit system are used. An analysis of a delta modulator is also presented designed to minimize the in-band rms error. This is accomplished by frequency shaping the error signal in the modulator prior to hard limiting. The result is a significant increase in the output SNR measured after low pass filtering.

  8. Transportation. The Neglected Related Service.

    ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

    Carter, Mary; And Others

    This monograph presents a five-module staff training program used to improve the related service of transportation of children with disabilities in Union County, North Carolina. Each module takes from 4 to more than 8 hours of training and bus drivers and transportation safety assistants with current certificates in all five modules receive a…

  9. Re-rendezvous and approach of Progress 33P

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-07-12

    ISS020-E-018056 (12 July 2009) --- An unpiloted ISS Progress 33 cargo craft approaches the International Space Station. On June 30, the Progress undocked from the station and was commanded into a parking orbit for its re-rendezvous with the ISS on July 12, approaching to within 10-15 meters of the Zvezda Service Module to test new automated rendezvous equipment mounted on Zvezda during a pair of spacewalks earlier this month by Gennady Padalka and Mike Barratt that will be used to guide the new Mini-Research Module-2 (MRM2) to an unpiloted docking to the zenith port of Zvezda later this year. MRM2 will serve as a new docking port for Russian spacecraft and an additional airlock for spacewalks conducted out of the Russian segment.

  10. Progress 33P undock

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-06-30

    ISS020-E-015987 (30 June 2009) --- An unpiloted ISS Progress 33 cargo craft, filled with trash and unneeded items, departs from the International Space Station?s Pirs Docking Compartment at 1:30 p.m. (CDT) on June 30, 2009. The Progress was commanded into a parking orbit for its re-rendezvous with the ISS on July 12, approaching to within 10-15 meters of the Zvezda Service Module to test new automated rendezvous equipment mounted on Zvezda during a pair of spacewalks earlier this month by Gennady Padalka and Mike Barratt that will be used to guide the new Mini-Research Module-2 (MRM2) to an unpiloted docking to the zenith port of Zvezda later this year. MRM2 will serve as a new docking port for Russian spacecraft and an additional airlock for spacewalks conducted out of the Russian segment.

  11. Kuipers sets up the EHS/TEPC Spectrometer and Detector Assembly in the SM

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2012-03-12

    ISS030-E-177101 (12 March 2012) --- European Space Agency astronaut Andre Kuipers, Expedition 30 flight engineer, sets up the Environmental Health System / Tissue Equivalent Proportional Counter (EHS/TEPC) spectrometer and detector assembly on panel 327 in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. The TEPC detector assembly is the primary radiation measurement tool on the space station.

  12. Onufrienko and Bursch perform IFM on SM Potok air purification unit during Expedition Four

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2002-01-01

    ISS004-E-5387 (January 2002) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Onufrienko (right), Expedition Four mission commander, and astronaut Daniel W. Bursch, flight engineer, perform maintenance on equipment in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Onufrienko represents Rosaviakosmos. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

  13. Earth Observations taken by STS-116 Crewmember

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2006-12-13

    S116-E-06081 (13 Dec. 2006) -- Backdropped against a colorful part of Earth, Progress 23 supply vehicle docked to the Zvezda Service Module's aft port of International Space Station, is featured in this image photographed by a STS-116 crewmember while Space Shuttle Discovery was docked with the station. Shark Bay, Australia is visible at lower right.

  14. FE Yurchikhin poses for a photo with SonoCard

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    2010-06-25

    ISS024-E-006664 (25 June 2010) --- With most of his body tucked away in a sleeping bag, Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Expedition 24 flight engineer, is pictured in his crew quarters compartment in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  15. Wakata and Barratt with cameras at SM window

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    2009-04-19

    ISS019-E-008935 (19 April 2009) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata (left) and NASA astronaut Michael Barratt, both Expedition 19/20 flight engineers, use still cameras at a window in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  16. Eyharts in the SM during Joint Operations

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    2008-03-19

    S123-E-007244 (19 March 2008) --- European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Leopold Eyharts, STS-123 mission specialist, smiles for a photo near the galley in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Endeavour is docked with the station. Food and beverage packages float freely near Eyharts.

  17. SVS (Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis)

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-08-21

    ISS020-E-032798 (21 Aug. 2009) --- Cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 20 flight engineer, works with video equipment and a Russian payload TkhN-7 Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  18. RUSALKA

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-10-08

    ISS020-E-049859 (8 Oct. 2009) --- Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev, Expedition 21/22 flight engineer, uses science hardware RUSALKA at a window in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station to take methane and carbon dioxide measurements in Earth's atmosphere at sunset.

  19. Rusalka science payload

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-08-19

    ISS020-E-031542 (19 Aug. 2009) --- Cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 20 flight engineer, uses science hardware RUSALKA at a window in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station to take methane and carbon dioxide measurements in Earth’s atmosphere at sunset.

  20. Rusalka science payload

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2009-08-19

    ISS020-E-031541 (19 Aug. 2009) --- Cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 20 flight engineer, uses science hardware RUSALKA at a window in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station to take methane and carbon dioxide measurements in Earth’s atmosphere at sunset.

  1. Kaleri works on the SKV-2 AC in the SM during Expedition 8

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    2003-12-16

    ISS008-E-08615 (16 December 2003) --- Cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri, Expedition 8 flight engineer, works to remove and replace a Heat Exchanger on the SKV-2 Air Conditioner in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). Kaleri represents Rosaviakosmos.

  2. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-10

    ISS006-E-44990 (10 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  3. Close-up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) Plant Growth Experiment

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    2003-03-17

    ISS006-E-45076 (17 March 2003) --- A close up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  4. Close-up view of dwarf peas with red flowers on the Russian Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-04-06

    ISS006-E-44973 (6 April 2003) --- A close up view of a bloom on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  5. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-09

    ISS006-E-44970 (9 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  6. Close-up view of dwarf peas with red flowers on the Russian Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-04-06

    ISS006-E-44969 (6 April 2003) --- A close up view of a bloom on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  7. Close-up view of a bloom on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-04-05

    ISS006-E-44917 (5 April 2003) --- A close up view of a bloom on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  8. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-10

    ISS006-E-44995 (10 March 2003) --- A close up view of water droplets on leaves on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  9. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-08

    ISS006-E-44929 (9 March 2003) --- A close up view of water droplets on leaves on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  10. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-10

    ISS006-E-44989 (10 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  11. View of the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment in the SM

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-12

    ISS006-E-44999 (12 March 2003) --- A view of the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). A camera used for recording progress of the experiment is visible on the right.

  12. Close-up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-17

    ISS006-E-45080 (17 March 2003) --- A close up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  13. Close-up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-13

    ISS006-E-45049 (14 March 2003) --- A close up view of sprouts on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  14. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-09

    ISS006-E-44936 (9 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  15. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-10

    ISS006-E-44985 (10 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  16. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-10

    ISS006-E-44980 (10 March 2003) --- A close up view of water droplets on leaves on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  17. Water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rastenya-2 Plant Growth Experiment

    NASA Image and Video Library

    2003-03-09

    ISS006-E-44962 (9 March 2003) --- A close up view of a water droplet on a leaf on the Russian BIO-5 Rasteniya-2/Lada-2 (Plants-2) plant growth experiment, which is located in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS).

  18. McArthur hydrates a juice drink using the potable water heater on Expedition 12

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    2006-03-21

    ISS012-E-22572 (21 March 2006) --- Astronaut William S. (Bill) McArthur, Expedition 12 commander and NASA space station science officer, adds potable water to a soft beverage container at the galley in Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  19. Malenchenko uses a computer in the SM during Joint Operations

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    2008-03-21

    S123-E-008370 (21 March 2008) --- Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, Expedition 16 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, uses a computer in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Endeavour (STS-123) is docked with the station.

  20. Shkaplerov makes a selection from food container

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    2012-02-03

    ISS030-E-117515 (3 Feb. 2012) --- Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, Expedition 30 flight engineer, makes a selection from a food storage container in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Dan Burbank, commander, is visible in the background.

  1. OBR-1-1/Fizika-LT(Letaushaya Tarelka/Flying Disk) experiment

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    2009-04-24

    ISS019-E-010226 (24 April 2009) --- Cosmonaut Gennady Padalka, Expedition 19/20 commander, holds the OBR-1-1/?Fizika-LT? (Letaushaya Tarelka/Flying Disk) educational experiment, also called ?UFO?, in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. The OBR-1-1 is part of the OBRAZOVANIE (Education) suite of three educational demonstrations of physics in microgravity.

  2. Russian EVA 35

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    2013-08-22

    ISS036-E-035256 (22 Aug. 2013) --- Russian cosmonauts Alexander Misurkin (top) and Fyodor Yurchikhin, both Expedition 36 flight engineers, are pictured in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station following a session of extravehicular activity (EVA). Misurkin and Yurchikhin are wearing blue thermal undergarments that complement the Russian Orlan spacesuit.

  3. Culbertson dons his communication headset before the third EVA of Expedition Three

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    2001-11-12

    ISS003-E-8020 (12 November 2001) --- Astronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr., Expedition Three mission commander, wearing thermal undergarment, adjusts his communication headgear in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS). This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  4. ATV ops

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    2013-06-18

    ISS036-E-009219 (18 June 2013) --- Russian cosmonaut Pavel Vinogradov, Expedition 36 commander, performs cargo operations in the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) "Albert Einstein" currently docked to the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  5. ATV ops

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    2013-06-18

    ISS036-E-009246 (18 June 2013) --- NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, Expedition 36 flight engineer, takes inventory of cargo in the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) "Albert Einstein" currently docked to the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  6. Unpacking of ATV

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    2013-07-02

    ISS036-E-013924 (2 July 2013) --- NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy, Expedition 36 flight engineer, works in the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) "Albert Einstein" currently docked to the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  7. ATV ops

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    2013-06-18

    ISS036-E-009256 (18 June 2013) --- NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Karen Nyberg, both Expedition 36 flight engineers, perform cargo operations in the European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) "Albert Einstein" currently docked to the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station.

  8. ATV ops

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    2013-06-18

    ISS036-E-009184 (18 June 2013) --- Russian cosmonaut Pavel Vinogradov, Expedition 36 commander, opens the hatch in the Zvezda Service Module transfer tunnel/ATV vestibule of the International Space Station after European Space Agency's Automated Transfer Vehicle-4 (ATV-4) "Albert Einstein" docked with the station.

  9. Krikalev during Elektron repair

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    2005-05-05

    ISS011-E-05513 (5 May 2005) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, poses beside the disconnected Liquid Unit #5 (BZh-5) and the O2 end-filter (BD, secondary purification unit) from the BZh5 he removed while making repairs to the Elektron oxygen generator in the Zvezda Service Module of the international space station.

  10. iss002e6675

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    2001-05-15

    ISS002-E-6675 (15 May 2001) --- James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, wearing a safety harness, exercises on the Treadmill Vibration Isolation System (TVIS) equipment in the Zvezda Service Module. This image was taken with a digital still camera.

  11. FE Fyodor Yurchikhin works on the Uragan Experiment in the SM

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    2010-07-08

    ISS024-E-007525 (8 July 2010) --- In the International Space Station’s Zvezda Service Module, Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Expedition 24 flight engineer, conducts a session for Russia's Environmental Safety Agency (EKON), making observations and taking KPT-3 aerial photography of environmental conditions on Earth.

  12. FE Fyodor Yurchikhin works on the Uragan Experiment in the SM

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    2010-07-08

    ISS024-E-007526 (8 July 2010) --- In the International Space Station’s Zvezda Service Module, Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Expedition 24 flight engineer, conducts a session for Russia's Environmental Safety Agency (EKON), making observations and taking KPT-3 aerial photography of environmental conditions on Earth.

  13. FE Fyodor Yurchikhin works on the Uragan Experiment in the SM

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    2010-07-08

    ISS024-E-007527 (8 July 2010) --- In the International Space Station’s Zvezda Service Module, Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Expedition 24 flight engineer, conducts a session for Russia's Environmental Safety Agency (EKON), making observations and taking KPT-3 aerial photography of environmental conditions on Earth.

  14. FE Fyodor Yurchikhin works on the Uragan Experiment in the SM

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    2010-07-08

    ISS024-E-007521 (8 July 2010) --- In the International Space Station’s Zvezda Service Module, Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, Expedition 24 flight engineer, prepares to conduct a session for Russia's Environmental Safety Agency (EKON), making observations and taking KPT-3 aerial photography of environmental conditions on Earth.

  15. Matroshka-R Phantom experiment

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    2006-12-01

    ISS014-E-09091 (December 2006) --- The European Matroshka-R Phantom experiment was photographed by an Expedition 14 crewmember in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. Matroshka, the name for the traditional Russian set of nestling dolls, is an antroph-amorphous model of a human torso designed for radiation studies.

  16. Expedition Six Flight Engineer Pettit uses a chemical/microbial analysis bag to collect water sample

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    2002-12-18

    ISS006-E-08628 (18 December 2002) --- Astronaut Donald R. Pettit, Expedition Six NASA ISS science officer, is pictured in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS) during the scheduled Week 3 potable water sampling and on-orbit chemical/microbial analysis of the SM environment control and life support system.

  17. Romanenko works with the Electronic Nose (Enose) Hardware in the SM

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    2013-02-21

    ISS034-E-051551 (21 Feb. 2013) --- Cosmonaut Roman Romanenko, Expedition 34 flight engineer, works with the Electronic Nose hardware in the Zvezda service module aboard the International Space Station in Earth orbit. This hardware is used to measure contamination in the environment should there be hard to detect chemical leaks or spills.

  18. Expedition Six Flight Engineer Pettit uses a chemical/microbial analysis bag to collect water sample

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    2002-12-18

    ISS006-E-08616 (18 December 2002) --- Astronaut Donald R. Pettit, Expedition Six NASA ISS science officer, is pictured in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS) during the scheduled Week 3 potable water sampling and on-orbit chemical/microbial analysis of the SM environment control and life support system.

  19. Foale performs potable water analysis OPS in the SM during Expedition 8

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    2003-11-07

    ISS008-E-05553 (7 November 2003) --- Astronaut C. Michael Foale, Expedition 8 mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, floats in front of the galley in the Zvezda Service Module on the International Space Station (ISS) as he fills a Crew Healthcare System (CheCSS) Water Microbiology (WMK) in-flight analysis bag from the potable warter dispenser.

  20. View of Crewmembers in the SM during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

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    2007-08-18

    S118-E-09261 (18 Aug. 2007) --- Astronaut Barbara R. Morgan, STS-118 mission specialist, uses a video camera during a farewell ceremony in the Zvezda Service Module of the International Space Station. Astronaut Tracy Caldwell, mission specialist, is visible at right. Hatches were closed between the station and Space Shuttle Endeavour at 4:10 p.m. on Aug. 18.