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Robotic Refueling Mission Overview. Presented to the Future In-Space Operations Working Group August 3, 2011. Ben Reed, Deputy Project Manager | Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office

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Robotic Refueling Mission Overview

Presented to the Future In-Space Operations Working Group

August 3, 2011

Ben Reed, Deputy Project Manager | Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office

Benjamin.b.reed@nasa.gov | 301.286.4755 | NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center | www.ssco.gsfc.nasa.gov

ssco programmatic objectives
SSCO Programmatic Objectives

The Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center is committed to:

  • Advancing the state of robotic servicing technology to enable the routine servicing of satellites that were not designed with servicing in mind.
  • Positioning the U.S. to be the global leader in in-space repair, maintenance and satellite disposal.
  • Helping to enable a future U.S. industry for the servicing of satellites.
robotic refueling payload overview

Robotic Refueling - Payload Overview

Spare Task Board Stowage Location

Circular Demo

Electrical Connector

Coolant Valve Panel (CVP)

Multi-Function Tool (MFT) ToolAdapter Receptacles (4x)

  • EVR Nozzle Tool (ENT)
  • Interfaces:
  • FTS Plumbed Valves (2x)
  • “Dummy” Valve
  • ENT Quick Disconnect Tips (2x)

Cap Receptacles

(Tertiary [x3] & Safety)

Task Board 2

Tool Stowage Bench:

Supports the four tool complement

Task Board 1

Tool Stowage System Launch Lock & Override

ExPA

Flexible Hose Management System Launch Lock

robotic refueling tools wct ent sct
Robotic Refueling ToolsWCT, ENT & SCT

MLI/Wire Cutter Tool

Safety Cap Tool

EVR Nozzle Tool

refueling and coolant valve panel tasks tool and adapters

Refueling and Coolant Valve Panel TasksTool and Adapters

Multi-Function Tool

Tertiary Cap Adapter

T-Valve Adapter

Ambient Cap Adapter

Plug Manipulator Adapter

rrm tools task assignments mft ent sct wct
RRM Tools - Task AssignmentsMFT, ENT SCT & WCT

Multi-Function Tool

EVR Nozzle Tool

Safety Cap Tool

Coolant Valve Panel

Fill/Drain Valve

SMAConnector

#10 Screw

Ambient Cap

T-Valve

Plug

Tertiary Cap

Safety Cap

Actuation Nut

MLI Manipulation

Taping Cutting

MLI/Wire Cutter Tool

overview task board 1 tb1
OverviewTask Board 1 (TB1)
  • FDV-1: Tertiary Cap Only (no wire)
  • Actuation Nut (no wire)
  • FDV-3: Safety Cap Only (no wire)
  • Actuation Nut (no wire)
  • Fastener Block – 2 captive, 4 in cage
  • SMA Adapter Stowage
  • Magnet Catch Plate for TB2 TPP MLI
  • SMA Map Decal
  • Marmon Clamp Section on Black/Gold Kapton Background
  • Mini Test Port Panel with
  • 9 SMA caps
  • Torque Set Adapter Stowage
overview task board 2 tb2
OverviewTask Board 2 (TB2)
  • FDV-4: Safety Cap Only (wired)
  • Actuation Nut (wired)
  • FDV-2: Tertiary Cap Only (wired)
  • Actuation Nut (wired)
  • Test Port Panel MLI Cover
  • Explosive Bolt Flange
  • HST Door Latch
  • HST J-Hook onSilver Teflon
looking forward
Looking forward
  • RRM helps us develop the tools, technologies and techniques for dexterous robotic on-orbit servicing.
  • Argon is our ground-based autonomous rendezvous and capture demonstration.
  • RRM and Argon are both required technologies for a free-flying robotic servicing mission.
  • We are studying such a mission, but that is a topic for another presentation…..
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