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AMS-02 Rebaselining Outbrief UF-4.1 Flight and Manifest. Payload Mission Integration & Planning/OZ2 7/15/04. Robert Miley/OZ2 281-226-4968. Purpose & Manifest Source. The purpose of this presentation is: Provide ISS Program overview of UF-4.1 flight and cargo manifest Manifest source:

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Ams 02 rebaselining outbrief uf 4 1 flight and manifest

AMS-02 Rebaselining OutbriefUF-4.1 Flight and Manifest

Payload Mission Integration & Planning/OZ2

7/15/04

Robert Miley/OZ2

281-226-4968


Ams 02 rebaselining outbrief uf 4 1 flight and manifest

Purpose & Manifest Source

  • The purpose of this presentation is:

  • Provide ISS Program overview of UF-4.1 flight and cargo manifest

    Manifest source:

  • POP 2004 Assembly Sequence

    • UF-4.1 cargo manifest is a totally unpressurized flight – launch 1/08

    • Final ascent performance hits from return to flight requirements – TBD

       AMS-02 up mass not affected

  • Primary payloads

    • AMS-02

    • TBD - Cross Bay Carrier (Express Pallet-1 or ORUs)

  • Secondary payloads

    • ISS Sidewall Carriers (Port and Starboard)


Cawg flight assessment

CAWG Flight Assessment

Space Shuttle Consolidated Analysis Working Group (CAWG):

  • Shuttle CAWG AMS-02 assessment completed - no further planned work at this time

    • AMS-02 Orbiter payload bay loads capability assessment reported out Apr 2003

      • Compatibility assessment for AMS-02 loads and ROEUs completed at keel trunnion locations - X0 1167.33 and X0 1175.20

    • AMS-02 CDR baseline payload bay keel trunnion X0 1175.20

      • AMS-02 longeron trunnion locations at X0 1163.40 and X0 1242.07

    • Lockheed Martin re-assessed AMS-02 compatibility with Orbiter in May 2004

    • Shuttle dynamic close clearance assessment – VLA template L-9 months

    • No known loads issues with AMS-02 keel located at X0 1175.20


Ams 02 rebaselining outbrief uf 4 1 flight and manifest

CAWG Flight Assessment

  • CAWG UF-4.1 Cargo Flight Assessment – 3/18/04


Picb agreements

PICB Agreements

Program Integration Control Board (PICB):

  • Provided ISS Program awareness of the minimum clearance between AMS-02 and the static berthed payload envelope for the adjacent upper outboard S3 PAS site while berthing or removing AMS-02 from its S3 site

    • Clearance of 1.5-inches while berthing AMS-02 to static berthed payload envelope excessively small with worst case misalignments assessment

  • Requested PICB concurrence to constraint for the S3 upper outboard PAS location to remain vacant while AMS-02 occupies the S3 upper inboard PAS site

    • PICB accepted constraint to keep S3 zenith outboard PAS site empty during AMS-02 3-year on-orbit mission life

    • Proceed with a waiver for AMS-02, which is outside the static payload envelope, based on the Jun 2003 assessment

  • Original PICB Jun 2003 agreement based on an ISS assembly sequence and payload traffic model which have changed

  • Remaining compressed flight schedule and payload traffic model may require re-evaluation of the existing PICB agreements


Ams 02 rebaselining outbrief uf 4 1 flight and manifest

ISS Program Work

  • Clearance issue – MAGIK AI #1705

    • Clearance of 1.5-inches while berthing AMS-02 to static berthed payload

      envelope excessively small with worst case misalignments assessment


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