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JAXA EPO (Education Payload Operations) For 17A Stage

JAXA EPO (Education Payload Operations) For 17A Stage

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JAXA EPO (Education Payload Operations) For 17A Stage

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  1. Contact: Takuya Takami Satoshi Kawaguchi (takami.takuya@jaxa.jp) (kgucci@jamss.co.jp) Notice : This technical data is furnished on the condition that it will be used by and disclosed to the receiving Cooperating agency and its contractors and sub contractors only for the purposes of fulfilling the cooperating agency’s responsibilities under the Space Station Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). It shall not be used for any other purpose, nor disclosed or retransferred to any other entity or government without prior written permission of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). JEM EPO 17A 31409 • JAXA EPO • (Education Payload Operations) • For 17A Stage

  2. Objectives After this lesson trainee will be able to: • Activities • Key points • Operations • Outline two JAXA EPO activities scheduled in Stage 17A. • Explain how quickly crew is required to take shots of the moon in a short shooting opportunity. • Explain what crew must pay attention to while taking shots of the moon for making the natural art work. • Perform EPO tasks according to ODFs.

  3. Lesson Outline Contents: - JAXA EPO activities - ISS Moon Score - Dewey’s Forest - Key Points - Appendix Items for Dewey’s Forest Acronyms and Abbreviations Page: 4 5 6 8 9

  4. JAXA EPO activities Two JAXA EPO activities are scheduled in Stage 17A.

  5. ISS Moon Score Exposure settings: Mode - Manual Shutter speed - 1/500 Aperture - f/8 • Camera setting (Step 1) • JPM window shutter open (Step 2) Preparation • Photographing with 200mm Lens (Step 3.1) • Photographing with 400mm Lens (Step 3.2) Photo session • - 80 photos or more are required in approx. 5 minutes per lens. • Moon positions are preferably variable in the view. Variety of moon position due to naturally floating photographer in micro-g environment is desired in order to make a natural variety of sound fluctuations in music. • JPM window shutter closed (Step 4) • Image data save on SSC (Step 5) • Camera stowage (Step 6) Closeout Step numbers in the flow correspond to the ODF steps.

  6. Dewey’s Forest Setup • Plant Unit Case assembling (Steps 1 to 2) • Plant Unit Case installation under GLA in JPM (Step 3) Plant Unit Case setup Step numbers in the flow correspond to the ODF steps. • Plant Units retrieval from MELFI • Watering plant seeds in Plant Units • Plant Unit installation into Plant Unit Case Before cultivation • Cultivation for two months • Watering once a week (TBD) Cultivation • Create space garden by connecting Plant Units • Discussionamong crews on their idea and view of nature • Video shooting of created space garden and discussion After cultivation

  7. Dewey’s Forest Setup JPM standoff GLA Installation Bracket with velcros Velcros Installation Bracket Plant Unit Case Plant Unit Case - assembled by crew - in which Plant Units (seeds) will be placed Reflector - attached on bottom of Plant Unit Case - reflects GLA light to plants for better growth - on which watering items are stowed with velcro Watering items

  8. Key Points

  9. Appendix Appendix 1. Items for Dewey’s Forest 2. Acronyms and Abbreviation

  10. A1 - Items for Dewey’s Forest Frame Left Frame Cover Frame Right Rod Cover Installation Bracket Left Installation Bracket Right Reflector

  11. A1 - Items for Dewey’s Forest Syringe Kit Water Bag Large Water Bag Small Water Tap Plant Unit (Seiryu, Byakko, Suzaku, Genbu)

  12. A2 -Acronyms and Abbreviations EPO Education Payload Operations JPM JEM Pressurized Module SSC Station Support Computer GLA General Luminaries Assembly MELFI Minus Eighty degree Laboratory Freezer for ISS