Apollo 13 Houston we have a problem

55:55:20 – Swigert: Okay, Houston, we’ve had a problem here.

55:55:28 – Lousma: This is Houston. Say again please.

55:55:35 – Lovell: Houston we’ve had a problem.

Houston we have a problem

Apollo 13 full transcript.


Prepared by Test Division Apollo Spacecraft Program Office

HO US ION.TEX AS April 1970


This is the transcription of the technical air-to-ground (TAG) voice communications of the Apollo 13 mission. The primary communications net (GOSS net l) will be in continuous operation for the duration of the mission. An alternate communications net (GOSS net 2) may be activated when separate, simultaneous communications links with both spacecraft are desired.

The transcript is divided into three columns -- time, speaker, and text. The time column consists of four two-digit pairs for days, hours, minutes, and seconds (e.g., 04 22 45 12). The speaker column indicates the source of a transmission; the text column contains the verbatim transcript of the communications.

The primary communications net (GOSS net l) comprises the bulk of the transcript. However, when GOSS net 2 is activated, the communications on that net will be integrated with the GOSS net 1 communications. A heavy dark line alongside the time column will indicate GOSS net 2 communications.

A series of three dots (...) is used to designate those portions of the text that could not be transcribed because of garbling. A series of three asterisks (***) is used to designate those portions of the text that could not be transcribed because of clipping caused by the VOX mode. One dash (-) is used to indicate a speaker's pause or a self-interruption and subsequent completion of a thought. Two dashes (- -) are used to indicate an interruption by another speaker or the point at which a recording was abruptly terminated.

Speakers in the transcript may be identified as follows.
CDR                Commander            James A. (Jim) Lovell, Jr.
CMP                Command module pilot    John L. Swigert, Jr.
LMP                Lunar module pilot    Fred W. Haise, Jr.
SC                Unidentified crewmember
MS                Multiple speakers
Mission Control Centers:
CC                Capsule communicator (CAP COMM)
LCC                Launch Control Center
F                Flight director
S                Surgeon
Remote sites:
AB                Airboss (Recovery aircraft)
CT                Communications technician (COMM TECH)
IWO                USS Iwo Jima
P-l, P-2, etc.            Photographic helicopters
R-l, R-2, etc.            Recovery helicopters

When the CDR and LMP are in the undocked lunar module or on the lunar surface, their speaker designations will be suffixed by either LM or EVA to indicate their status (e.g., CDR-EVA or LMP-LM). Voice calls during this mission were assigned in accordance with the following station operating procedures: "For all phases when only the CSM is manned, the AS-508 call sign will be Apollo 13. When both vehicles are manned, the call sign will be Odyssey for the CSM and Aquarius for the LM. The call signs for the CDR and LMP during lunar surface operations will be the individual crew's first names."
Transcription of these tapes was managed by David M. Goldenbaum, Test Division, Apollo Spacecraft Program Office, to whom questions regarding this document should be referred.

Because specialized readers of the Apollo 13 transcription, such as the principal investigators, may not be thoroughly familiar with the acronyms used during the mission, the decision was made to define those acronyms that probably will be encountered. For obvious reasons, no effort was made to include every acronym that conceivably could be used; only those acronyms that are considered likely to be used are included here.
AEA        Abort electronics assembly
AGS        Abort guidance system
ALSCC      Apollo lunar surface closeup camera
ALSD       Apollo lunar surface drill
ALSEP      Apollo lunar surface experiments package
AOS        Acquisition of signal
AOT        Alinement optical telescope
APS        Auxiliary propulsion system (S-IVB)/Ascent propulsion system (LM)
ARS        Atmosphere revitalization system
BEF        Blunt end forward
CCGE       Cold cathode gage experiment
CCIG       Cold cathode ion gage
CDH        Constant delta altitude (height)
CM         Command module
CMC        Command module computer
COAS       Crew optical alinement sight
CP         Control point
CPLEE      Charged particle lunar environment experiment
CSC        Contingency sample collection
CSI        Coelliptic sequence initiation
CSM        Command and service module
CWEA       Caution and warning electronics assembly
DAC        Data acquisition camera
DAP        Digital autopilot
DEDA       Data entry and display assembly
DET        Digital event timer
DOI        Descent orbit insertion
DPS        Descent propulsion system
DSE        Data storage equipment
DSEA       Data storage equipment assembly
DSKY       Display and keyboard
DTO        Detailed test objective
ECS        Environmental control system
EI         Entry interface
EMS        Entry monitor system
EMU        Extravehicular mobility unit
EPS        Electrical power system
ETB        Equipment transfer bag
EVA        Extravehicular activity
EVT        Extravehicular transfer
FDAI       Flight director attitude indicator
GDC        Gyro display coupler
GET        Ground elapsed time
GETI       Ground elapsed time of ignition
HFE        Heat flow experiment
HGA        High gain antenna
HTC        Handtool carrier
IMU        Inertial measurement unit
IP         Initial point
ISA        Interim stowage assembly
IU         Instrument unit
IVT        Intravehicular transfer
LAD        Lunar atmosphere detector
LCG        Liquid cooled garment
LEB        Lower equipment bay
LEC        Lunar equipment conveyor
LGC        Lunar module guidance computer
LM         Lunar module
LOI        Lunar orbit insertion
LOPC       Lunar orbit plane change
LOS        Loss of signal/line of sight
LPD        Landing point designator
LTC        Lunar topographic camera
MCC        Mission Control Center/midcourse correction
MESA       Modular equipment stowage assembly
MSFN       Manned Space Flight Network
MTVC       Manual thrust vector control
OPS        Oxygen purge system
ORDEAL     Orbital rate display earth and lunar
PDI        Powered descent initiation
PGA        Pressure garment assembly
PGNCS      Primary guidance, navigation, and control system (CM)
PGNS       Primary guidance and navigation system (LM)
PIPA       Pulsed integrating pendulous accelerometer
PLSS       Portable life support system
PRD        Personal radiation dosimeter
PSE        Passive seismic experiment
PTC        Passive thermal control
RCS        Reaction control system
RCU        Remote control unit
REFSMMAT   Reference to stable member matrix
RLS        Radius of landing site
RTG        Radioisotope thermoelectric generator
SCE        Signal conditioning equipment
SCS        Stabilization control system
SECS       Sequential events control system
SEF        Sharp end forward
SIDE       Suprathernial ion detector experiment
SLA        SM/LM adapter
SM         Service module
SNAP       Systems for nuclear auxiliary power
SPS        Service propulsion system
SRC        Sample return container
SWC        Solar wind composition
SWE        Solar wind experiment
TEC        Transearth coast
TEI        Transearth injection
Tig        Time of ignition
TLC        Translunar coast
TLI        Translunar injection
TPF        Terminal phase final
TPI        Terminal phase initiation
TSB        Temporary stowage bag
TVC        Thrust vector control
UHT        Universal handtool

000:00:02 CDR
The clock is running.

000:00:03 CMP
Okay. P11, Jim.

000:00:05 CDR
Yaw program.

000:00:12 CMP
Clear the tower.

000:00:14 CDR
Yaw complete. Roll program.

000:00:16 CC
Houston, Roger. Roll.

000:00:30 CC
13, Houston. GO at 30 seconds.

000:00:34 CDR
Roll complete, and we are pitching.

000:00:36 CC
Roger that. Stand by for mode I Bravo.

000:00:42 CC

000:00:43 CC
I Bravo.

000:00:44 CMP
I Bravo.

000:00:45 CDR

000:01:03 CC
13, Houston. GO at 1. We show the cabin relieving.

000:01:07 CDR
13; Roger.

000:01:55 CC
13, Houston. Stand by for mode I Charlie.

000:01:58 CC

000:01:59 CC
You're I Charlie.

000:02:00 CDR

000:02:01 CDR
I Charlie.

000:02:02 CC
And, 13, you are GO for staging.

000:02:04 CDR
GO for staging. Roger. We're EDS MANUAL.

000:02:08 CC
Copy that.

000:02:16 CDR

000:02:27 CC
We confirm inboard out, 13. You're looking good.

000:02:29 CDR

000:02:48 CDR
S-II ignition.

000:02:51 CC

000:03:00 CC
13, Houston. Trajectory is good; thrust is good.

000:03:04 CDR

000:03:15 CDR
Skirt SEP ... tower JETT.

000:03:21 CC
We confirm skirt SEP. Roger. Tower JETT; mode II, Jim. Looking good.

000:03:24 CDR
Mode II.

000:03:33 CDR
Guidance initiate.

000:03:43 CC
13, Houston. Guidance is good, and the CMC is GO.

000:03:47 CMP
Okay. Thank you.

000:03:48 CDR
13; Roger.

000:04:16 CC
13, Houston. You are GO at 1+ minutes. The little red lines are right on the little white lines down here.

000:04:22 CDR
Sounds good.

000:04:55 CC
13, Houston. Coming up 5 minutes. You're looking perfect. Over.

000:04:59 CDR
13; Roger.

000:05:32 CDR

000:05:36 CC
Roger. We confirm inboard out. capability.

000:05:44 CC
13, Houston. Stand by for S-IVB to COI capability.

000:05:48 CDR
S-IVB to COI. Roger.

000:05:49 CC
Roger. You've got it now, Jim.

000:05:52 CDR
We've got S-IVB to COI.

000:06:03 CC
You're GO at 6 minutes, 13.

000:06:06 CMP
GO at 6.

000:06:10 CDR
And, Houston, what's the story on engine 5?

000:06:14 CC
Jim, Houston. We don't have the story on why the inboard out was early , but the other engines are GO and you are GO. 00 00 06 21 CDR Roger.

000:06:41 CC
13, Houston. Still looking good. Your gimbals are good; trim is good. 00 00 06 45 CDR Roger.

000:06:53 CC
13, Houston. Level sense arm time 8 plus 38 nominal; S-II cut-off time 9 plus 48. Over. 00 00 07 02 CDR Roger. Nominal on the level sense arm, 9:48 on the S-II cut-off.

000:07:08 CC
That's affirmative, and stand by for S-IVB to orbit .

000:07:11 CC

000:07:12 CC
You have S-IVB to orbit, Jim.

000:07:14 CDR
Roger. We have S-IVB to orbit.

000:08:02 CC
13, Houston. Looking good at 8 minutes. 00 00 08 05 CC 13; Roger.

000:08:45 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Mark level sense arm.

000:08:48 CDR
Mark level sense arm. Roger.

000:08:58 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. At 9 minutes, you are GO; the CMC is GO.

000:09:02 CMP
Okay, Joe.

000:09:04 CDR
13; Roger.

000:09:19 CC
13, Houston. You are GO for staging.

000:09:22 CDR
13; Roger. GO for staging.

000:09:45 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Stand by for mode IV capability.

000:09:48 CC

000:09:49 CC
You have mode IV, Jim.

000:09:50 CDR
Mode IV. Roger. Staging.

000:09:57 CC
Roger. Staging.

000:10:00 CDR
And S-IV ignition, Houston.

000:10:04 CC
Roger that, Jim. Thrust looks good.

000:10:07 CDR

000:10:17 CC
13, Houston. You're looking good. Trajectory, guidance , CMC are all GO .

000:10:23 CDR
Thank you, Joe.

000:11:09 CC
13, Housto. At 11 minutes, you're GO. Predieted cut-off on the S-IVB is 12 plus 34. Over.

000:11:35 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. You're GO at 11-1/2, and predicted cut-off time is 12 plus 34. Over.

000:11:42 CDR
understand; 12 plus 34 predicted cut-off time.

000:11:45 CC
That's affirm.

000:12:31 CDR

000:12:32 CC
Copy SECO, Jim. We're looking at the DSKY.

000:12:36 CDR

000:13:02 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. You have a GO orbit all sources, and the booster is safe. Over.

000:13:07 CDR
GO orbit and the booster is safe. Thank you, Joe.

000:13:10 CC
Don't mention it.

000:13:30 CC
13, Houston. We copy your NOUN 44.

000:13:34 CMP
Okay, Joe.

000:14:57 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Your preliminary orbit down here is 102.5 times 100.3, and everything is looking good.

000:15:06 CDR
Roger, Houston. And it looks good to be up here again.

000:15:10 CC
I'll bet.

000:15:34 CC
13, Houston. I have your Z torquing angles. You ready?

000:15:42 CDR
Jack is ready to copy, Joe.

000:15:44 CC
Okay. It's plus 0.26. Over.

000:15:52 CMP
Okay, Joe. Plus 0.26.

000:15:55 CC
That's Roger.

000:21:39 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

000:21:42 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

000:21:44 CC
Okay. Couple minutes to LOS, Jim. Everything is looking real good. Your AOS time at Carnarvon will be 52:36, and we don't have too much of a handle on why the inboard cut off early except that it apparently was an engine problem and not a switch-select function. But we are certain that you'll be able to make TLI based on what we are looking at now.

000:22:11 CDR
Roger. There's nothing like an interesting launch.

000:22:14 CC
That' s right.

000:23:14 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Canary LOS in 30 seconds. Request COMMAND RESET, please.

000:23:21 CDR
Roger. COMMAND RESET coming on.

000:23:24 CC
Thank you.

000:23:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Request LOW BIT RATE, please. Over.

000:23:44 CDR

000:52:16 CMP
Houston, how do you read 13?

000:52:20 CC
13, Houston. Loud and clear.

000:52:23 CMP
Okay, Joe. Everything's going good. We're proceeding on the time line in good fashion. I've got a P52 done. I can give you the torquing angles.

000:52:33 CC
I'm ready for them, Jack.

000:52:35 CMP
Okay. Use NOUN 26; stars 26 and 33. The star angle difference was all balls. NOUN 93: minus 067, minus all balls, plus 0.162. The time of torquing was 45 minutes 35 seconds.

000:52:59 CC
Well, that sounds marginally acceptable.

000:53:04 CMP
For a new CMP, it ain't too bad.

000:53:05 CC
Yes. Okay, 13. We've got nothing for you at the moment. Everything's looking good. We're looking at your data now.

000:58:10 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. LOS Carnarvon in about 30 seconds. Honeysuckle on the hour, and verify your S-band is up for Honeysuckle. Over.

000:58:21 LMP
That's verified.

000:58:23 CC

000:58:24 CDR
And, Houston, we're beginning to see a beautiful sunrise here.

000:58:29 CC
Roger that , Jim.

001:00:51 CC
13, Houston through Honeysuckle.

001:01:10 CC
Apollo 13, Houston through Honeysuckle.

001:01:15 CDR
Roger, Houston; 13 here. Reading you loud and clear.

001:01:19 CC
Okay. S-band sounds good, Jim.

001:03:21 LMP
Houston, 13.

001:03:24 CC
Go ahead, 13.

001:03:26 LMP
Would it be okay if 1 crank up the FM . . . . . . ?

001:03:37 CC
You're coming in weak. I didn't quite copy it.

001:03:42 LMP
Would it be okay, Joe, if we crank up the FM after we leave Honeysuckle here?

001:03:47 CC
Oh. Stand by on that one.

001:04:43 CC
13, Houston.

001:04:46 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

001:04:48 CC
What TV was that? Okay, 13 - - 00 0l 04 55 LMP Okay, Joe. I just wanted to put on the TV switch at Honeysuckle to tune her up there.

001:05:01 CC
Roger. I'm being prompted, and you've got a GO for that. You can turn it on, go to TV, and we'll see you that way over the States.

001:05:10 LMP

001:05:36 CC
Okay. 13, Houston. LOS Honeysuckle in about 30 seconds, and we'll see you over the States a l plus 28 plus 43.

001:05:57 CC
13, Houston. Did you copy your AOS time?

001:28:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston through Guaymas. Over.

001:29:31 CC
Apollo 13, Houston through Guaymas. Over.

001:29:55 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

001:30:28 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

001:30:48 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

001:31:07 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

001:31:09 CMP
Go ahead.

001:31:10 CC
Hello there. We thought you were still up there.

001:31:13 CMP
And we're just coming up on Baja, and I've got the TV on. Do you want it?

001:31:18 CC
I don't think we require it just yet, Jack, but we'll command it when we're ready. I believe they are dumping the tape now. The booster looks good. The spacecraft looks good on the few minutes' data we've had.

001:31:31 CDR
That sounds good.

001:31:35 CMP
Jim finally let me look out.

001:31:41 CC
(Laughter) How do you like it?

001:31:52 CMP
Chained me to the LEB down there stowing things and unstowing things , and I finally got a chance to look out and see the world.

001:32:16 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. I have the TLI plus 90, and liftoff plus 8 pads whenever you're ready.

001:32:35 CDR
Okay. Go ahead with the TLl pad, Joe.

001:32:41 CC
Okay. This is the TLI plus 90 pad. SPS/G&N, 63825, minus 1.54, plus 1.32, 004:06:45.53, minus 0491.7, plus 0000.1, plus 6634.0, 180, 228, 001; HA is N/A; HP is plus 0017.9; 6652.2, 7:37, 6626.5, 26, 155.4, 15.7. Boresight star is Zeta Sagittarii; up, 08.0; right, 2.1; minus 22.81, minus 025.00, 1140.7, 34087, 013:32:14. Set stars Arcturus , Denebola; roll 044; pitch 012, yaw 025; no ullage. Over.

001:34:41 CDR
Joe, we had a dropout of signal there about midway or about a fifth of the start of your pad, and Fred didn't get it. We'd like you to start over again Could you please?

001:34:52 CC
Sure thing. You want the whole thing?

001:34:54 CDR
Yes, I think you'd better.

001:34:56 CC
Okay. TLI plus 90: SPS/G&N, 63825, minus 1.54. plus 1.32, 004:06:45.53, minus 0491.7, plus 0000.1, plus 6634.0, 1.80, 228, 001; N/A; plus 0017.9, 6652.2, 7:37, 6626.5, 26, 155.4, 15.7; Zeta Sagittarius; up, 08.0; right 2.1; minus 22.81, minus 025.00, 1140.7, 34087, 013:32:14. Set starts: Arcturus, Denebola; roll 044, pitch 012, yaw 025; no ullage. Over.

001:36:47 LMP
Okay, Joe. That's 63825, minus 1.54, plus 1.32, 004:06:45.53 - -

001:37:02 CC
Fred, Houston. Stand by 1.

001:37:04 LMP
- - minus 0491.7, plus 0000.1, plus 6634.0.

001:37:12 CC
Fred, Houston. Over.

001:37:13 LMP
Go ahead.

001:37:15 CC
That's correct. We would like you to go the S-BAND AUX TV switch to TV, please.

001:37:22 LMP
Okay. It's set to TV.

001:37:23 CC
Okay. We're not getting a signal.

001:37:25 CDR
Okay. I'll go to TRANSMIT, Joe.

001:37:26 CC
Okay. You can continue reading back.

001:37:31 LMP
Okay. Roll 180, pitch 228, yaw 001; N/A; plus 0017.9, 6652.2, 7:37, 6626.5 and 1 missed sextant shaft - trunnion - trunnion, 15.7, Zeta Sagittarius, up, 08.0; roll 2.1; minus 22.81, minus 00 - correctien, minus 025.00, 1140.7, 34087, 013:32:14. Set stars: Arcturus and Denebola; roll aline 044, pitch 012, yaw 025; no ullage.

001:38:31 CC
Roger, Fred. Readback correct. The sextant star is 26, and the shaft is 15.54. Over.

001:38:42 LMP
Okay. Sextant star 26 and 15.54.

001:38:46 CC
Roger. And we have a picture now; however, it's moving around quite a bit , if you could hold the camera a little steadier. And I have your - - 00 01 38 54 LMP - - Okay, Joe. There's nothing but clouds outside, and when we get some land down there coming up, I'll switch back to the window. I thought I'd just show you Jim here, to make sure he ' s still here .

001:39:08 CC
Okay; real fine. We had a good picture of Jim there for a minute. I have the liftoff plus 8 pad, Fred. If you're ready.

001:39:17 LMP
Go ahead, Joe.

001:39:18 CC
Okay. GET I , OO8:00; DELTA-VT 7835; longitude, minus 165; GET 400 K, 022:36. Over.

001:39:41 LMP
Okay. 008:00, 7835, minus 165, 022:36.

001:39:49 CC
Okay, then. And I have a TLI pad for you.

001:39:54 LMP
Okay. I'm ready.

001:39:55 CC
TLI: 2:26:05, 179, 108, 000, 5:47, 10416.9, 35587, 358, 139, 320, 302, 319, 040. Ejection time, 4 plus 01 plus 00. Over.

001:40:44 LMP
Okay. TLI: 2 plus 26 plus 05, 179, 108, 000, 5 plus 47, lO4l6.9, 35587, 358, l39, 320, 302, 3l9, 040, and ejection time, 4 plus 01 plus 00.

001:41:18 CC
Roger, Fred. Readback correct, and we're getting a nice coder TV picture now. lf you have any commentary to go with it..

001:41:31 CMP
Okay, Joe. I'll tell you I'm just trying to figure out where we are here.

001:41:40 CC
That's your job, not mine.

001:41:43 CMP
You know, I've just been up out of the LEB for a short time here, and I'm trying to find out which country we're over.

001:41:52 CDR
I have to keep telling Jack that blue stuff down there is water.

001:41:56 CC
I'll give you a hint. You're in the western hemisphere .

001:42:10 CMP
Okay, Joe. It appears like that we've crossed out into the Gulf of Mexico here, and I've got a peninsuia or an island that's down there. I don't know whether you can see it.

001:42:34 CC
Roger, Jack. We see that. Of course, there's a lot of cloudcover and you see it more clearly than we do, but it does look like the Earth, not the Moon.

001:42:58 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We've had LOS MILA now. Thank you very much.

001:43:48 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Request P00 and ACCEPT for a state vector. Over.

001:43:53 CDR
Roger, Houston. We're in P00 and ACCEPT.

001:43:56 CC

001:48:08 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

001:48:10 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

001:48:11 CC
Okay. The computer is yours, Jim.

001:48:14 CDR
Thank you, - -

001:48:16 CC
And you are GO for TLI. Huntsville reperts that you have a 6-second propellant pad which is 3 seconds more than a 3-sigma case; so you're good on consumabies . The IU is so good that we're not going to update it. The only change we have for you is in the TLI checkiist. At 57 minutes where you slew the FDAI to 18 degrees, we recommend 20 degrees there, and we recommend that you look for 8 degrees instead of 6 degrees at ignition. The S_IVB is riding on the top of its deadband.

001:48:56 CDR
- - understand; and just out of curiosity was that engine out to use up more S-IVB fuel?

001:49:03 CC
The engine out did cause you to use more S-IVB fuel - about a 10-second-longer burn; but you're still GO.

001:49:12 CDR
Okay. Thank you.

001:49:21 CC
And, 13, Houston. We're ready to support pyro arm and docking probe extension whenever you're ready.

001:49:36 CDR
Okay, Houston. Docking probe has been extended and all indications are nominal. We're down to PYR0 ARM now and we're getting ready.

001:49:47 CC
Okay, Jim.

001:49:58 CDR
Okay, Houston.. My circuit breaker's armed - or closed; SEQUENTIAL LOGIC, two, on and up and we're ...

001:50:06 CC
Okay, 13. You are GO for pyro arm.

001:50:40 CDR
And, Houston, 13. Were you reading us?

001:50:43 CC
Roger, 13. Go ahead.

001:50:47 CDR
Roger. We have our SEQUENTIAL ARM circuit breakers in and our SEQUENTIAL LOGIC, two, on and up and we are just standing by for your confirmation for a GO.

001:50:56 CC
Sorry, 13. You didn't copy. You are GO for pyro arm. Over.

001:51:00 CDR
Okay; fine. Thank you.

001:53:21 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

001:53:24 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

001:53:26 CC
About 2-1/2 minutes to L0S, Jim, and your AOS at Carnarvon will be 2 plus 25 plus 50. 0ver.

001:53:41 CDR
Roger. AOS at Carnarvon 2 plus 25 plus 50.

001:53:45 CC
That's affirm.

001:53:57 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. LOS in about 1 minute. At LOS we would like COMMAND RESET and then NORMAL.

001:55:06 CDR

002:25:38 CC
Apollo 13, Houston through Carnarvon.

002:25:41 CMP
Okay, Joe. Read you loud and clear. We are sitting here monitoring time base 6. ... countdown; we're 20 seconds away.

002:25:49 CC
Okay. We're just starting to get data, and everything still looks good to us .

002:25:53 CMP
Hey, Joe. At 2 hours and 12 minutes, the 02 FLOW HIGH light came on, and it's been pegged high ever since, so it's been on about 14 minutes now.

002:26:04 CC
Roger, 13. We're looking at it.

002:26:09 CDR
Time base 6.

002:26:12 CC
Copy. Time base 6.

002:26:52 CC
Okay. Apollo 13, Houston. You have a GO for all systems, and the O2 FLOW HlGH check is nominal with the WASTE TANK VENT open at this time, and it's no sweat.

002:27:05 CMP
Okay. Just wanted you all to check it for me.

002:27:08 CC
Okay. We did.

002:27:11 CMP
Thank you.

002:31:22 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We will be losing data from Carnarvon in about 1 minute. We 'll probably have voice through ARIA. Everything is honkey-dory , and we will be listening for you to tell us how the burn goes.

002:31:34 CDR
Okay, this is 13. We are standing by, too.

002:33:14 CC
Apollo 13, Houston through ARIA. Just a COMM check. Over.

002:33:20 CDR
Reading you clear ...

002:33:26 CC
Okay, Jim. It's not the besst, but we are reading you.

002:33:30 CDR

002:35:51 CDR
Ignition, Houston.

002:35:53 CC
Copy that, Jim. Good deal.

002:37:52 CDR
Everything's okay so far.

002:37:56 CC
Houston; Roger.

002:38:27 CDR
... at 38.

002:40:26 CDR
We're getting a little vibration during this burn.

002:40:28 CC
Houston; Roger.

002:41:40 CDR
It's off. Engine off.

002:41:42 CC
Houston. Copy. Engine off.

002:42:27 CC
13 , Houston. We'll have you through Hawaii in 3 minutes.

002:42:31 CDR
Roger. Through Hawaii in 3 minute.

002:45:30 CC
Apollo l3, Houston through Hawaii. Over.

002:45:34 CDR
l3 through Hawaii. How do you read?

002:45:38 CC
13, Houston. You're weak but clear; it will probably get better in a second. We're standing by for the burn report.

002:45:44 CDR

002:46:01 CC
13, Houston. The booster report everything looks good with the S-IV.

002:46:08 CDR
Sounds good Houston. The ride was very nominal. We a little vibration, though, during of the run.

002:46:15 CC
Okay. We copied your call on that, Jim.

002:46:19 LMP
Okay, Joe. The read 35560, plus 04445, plus 01769, and DELTA-VC was minus 3.0.

002:46:37 CC
Roger. You can't ask for much better than that. How about the burn time? Did you notice?

002:46:42 CDR
Okay. On my trusty watch, I had about 3-3/4 seconds long.

002:46:49 CC
Okay. Copy that.

002:48:34 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

002:48:38 CDR
Roger, Houston; 13 here.

002:48:39 CC
Okay. We have the S-IVB maneuver to SEP attitude commencing at 2 plus 56 plus 37. Duration of the maneuver: 4 minutes. SEP time, 3 plus 06 plus 37. Over.

002:49:15 LMP
Okay. If I heard those right, Joe, the S-IVB maneuver was 2 pIus 56 plus 57. SEP time is 3 plus 06 plus 27.

002:49:25 CC
Correction on the second; 2 plus 56 plus 37, and 3 plus 06 plus 37.

002:49:43 LMP
Okay. 2 plus 56 plus 37, with the maneuver time and the SEP time, 3 plus 06 plus 27?

002:49:53 CC
That's plus 37, too. Exactly l0 minutes later, Fred.

002:50:05 LMP
Okay; 37.

002:57:52 CC
Apollo l3, Houston.

002:57:54 CDR
Go ahead.

002:57:57 CC
We see the booster doing all the right things, and FIDO says your trajectory looks good, and it looks like we'll stick with a pretty close to nominal midcourse, too. We'll have some numbers for you later

002:58:02 CDR
Okay. And we concur. The S-IVB is maneuvering at this time.

002:58:13 CC

002:58:32 CC
And, Apollo 13, Houston. We’d like OMNI Alfa. Over.

002:59:54 CC
13, Houston. Now request OMNI Charlie.

002:59:56 CDR
Roger. OMNI Charlie.

003:00:06 CC
And, 13, we'll be doing a handover, now.

003:00:09 CDR

003:01:33 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. You are GO for T&D.

003:01:37 CDR
Okay, Joe. Thank you.

003:01:44 CC
And, 13, Houston. Check your NOUN 17 for extraction pitch attitude. It should be 319 degrees. Over.

003:01:52 CDR
Okay. We 'll look at it.

003:05:20 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13. Do we have a GO for pyro arm?

003:05:31 CC
13, Houston. Affirmative. You're GO for pyro arm, and recommend you secure the cabin pressurization .

003:05:39 CMP
We did. We closed the waste management vent valve, there. Or waste stowage valves - -

003:05:48 CC
Okay. We're reading 6 psi on the cabin, Jack.

003:05:55 CMP
Roger, Joe. Thank you very much.

003:07:38 CMP
Yes, that's quite a bang, Joe. We've separated, and we've pitched around about 60 degrees now.

003:07:44 CC
Roger, Jack. We see you pitching.

003:07:47 CMP
Okay. We got the SLA panels - one of them Is out front now.

003:07:52 CC
Ah, so.

003:08:38 CMP
Got the S-IVB. I guess we're about 80 feet.

003:08:42 CC
Good deal.

003:09:01 LMP
Okay. I'm going to come on with the TV now Joe.

003:09:03 CC
Okay, Fred. We're waiting for it.

003:09:52 CC
13, Houston. We've got a groovy TV picture.

003:09:58 CMP
Sounds good.

003:11:25 LMP
Is the focus good enough, Joe, that you can see all the glittering debris?

003:11:33 CC
We've seen some debris, Fred. The booster itself is a little bit bright. What's your f-stop?

003:11:40 LMP
Okay. I'm at 22.

003:11:41 CC
Why don't you go up a click and let us have a look at that.

003:11:50 LMP
Okay. You're at 44 now.

003:11:55 CC
Okay. Let's stay there for now and I assume you're in peak.

003:11:58 LMP

003:12:17 CC
13, Houston. Recommend RAIE 2 on the BMAGs .

003:12:23 LMP
Thank you.

003:13:23 CC
It's getting bigger.

003:13:42 CDR
As you might know, Joe, I've got the center seat, again and I can't see a thing.

003:13:47 CC
Too bad.

003:13:49 CDR
I gave him the TV monitor.

003:15:04 LMP
Okay, I'm going to be moving the TV directly. I'm going to pull it out of this bracket, Jim.

003:15:10 CC
13, Houston. Did you call?

003:15:12 LMP
Roger. I'm going to be moving the TV to get a better shot here - moving it out of this bracket.

003:15:18 CC
Okay, Fred. It's just beginning to cut off at the bottom, but it's still a very good picture.

003:16:30 CC
That's a good picture, Fred.

003:16:36 LMP
Yes, we are just about there. About 10 more feet now.

003:16:41 CC

003:16:43 LMP
Everything looks pretty good down in the S-IVB, too. The shroud still looks intact down there.

003:16:50 CC
Good deal. There is really quite a bit of detail on this picture.

003:17:07 CMP
Okay. We've got two - two barber poles.

003:17:11 CC
Houston; Roger.

003:18:10 LMP
Okay. You should be able to see down into the portion of the IU right now, Joe.

003:18:21 CC
Fred, Houston. We’d like trying going to AVERAGE on the TV for a minute or so.

003:18:29 LMP
Okay. You've AVERAGE, and a little yellow dust cap just floated by in front of us.

003:18:36 CC
Yes. We see it at the top of the screen.

003:18:41 CC
Fred, after a few minutes of this, at your convenience, we could use some interior shots if you get the time and if the lighting is good.

003:18:51 LMP

003:18:52 CC
And, l3, Houston. The S-IVB vent times are nominal as in the flight plan within a few seconds.

003:19:18 CDR
We're hard docked, Houston.

003:19:21 CC
Roger. Uderstand. Good deal. Fred, one more thing on the TV. If you could come to f:22 again - - 00 03 19 32 LMP Okay. You've got f:22 again.

003:20:22 CDR
And, Houston, Fred will handle the camera as we go through the postdocking checklist.

003:20:26 CC
Okay, Jim. Real good.

003:21:38 LMP
Okay, Joe. I am pointing it over toward Jack, and it's pretty bright with the Earth out that window. Is that sort of washing out the picture here?

003:21:49 CC
No, Fred, it's not. We've got a bright spot where the window is. The rest of you are semi-silhouetted. It's a pretty impressive picture.

003:22:36 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

003:22:38 CDR
Go ahead, Joe.

003:22:40 CC
For Fred. The IOS [?] has caught you with the fuel cell reactant values in latch again.

003:22:52 LMP

003:22:54 CC
And we have word that the propellant usage for T&D was nominal.

003:23:01 CMP
Okay, what is nominal, please?

003:23:02 CC
Well, I didn't ask that yet, Jack; stand by one.

003:23:07 CMP
Okay (laughter).

003:24:20 CC
Fred, this is Houston. Over.

003:24:22 LMP
Go ahead.

003:24:24 CC
Okay. With the direct sunlight from the window, out of the TV camera field as it is now, we'd like you to open it up an f-stop or so and, if convenient, try to keep that bright spot out of the window.

003:24:40 LMP

003:26:14 CC
l3, Houston. I guess we could stand one more click down on the f-stop.

003:26:24 CMP
Okay, Joe. He's going to do it.

003:26:26 CC
That is, we want you to open it up. Looks like a very interesting book you're reading.

003:26:33 CMP
I have two of them.

003:30:11 CC
Hey, that's pretty, Fred.

003:30:17 LMP
Okay. I hope you got more detail than I have on the monitor here.

003:30:21 CC
No. We probably don't, but it's kind of neat picture anyway.

003:30:39 CMP
Houston, we are now going to finish repressurizing the tunnel.

003:30:46 CC
Houston; Roger.

003:31:47 LMP
probably hear, Joe, we're just finishing pumping up Aquarius here.

003:31:54 CC
Okay. About all we see on this picture, Fred, are the bright spots with the lights around the tunnel area. The hatch itself is pretty dark.

003:31:57 CC
13, Houston. By the way, we'd like to know how the high gain antenna lockup worked. 0ur signal strength is a little bit lower than we thought it would be. 00 03 33 06 CMP It looked just the way I expected it to, Joe. I had her sitting there in REACQ with the numbers cranked in and soon as we got pretty much through the rotation, I just threw it down to HIGH GAIN and it appeared to lock right up.

003:33:24 CC
Okay. Good dead. See that flashlight beam wandering around in there.

003:33:45 LMP
Houston, 13.

003:35:47 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

003:35:50 LMP
We'd kind of like to hold off on the - start the venting again until we get the things - pumped back up inside here. Wonder if you might give us a call to remind us when to initiate that.

003:36:06 CC
Okay, 13; will do.

003:36:26 LMP
And we'll try to shift her up to look up into the tunnel here.

003:36:31 CC
Okay. Read good.

003:36:54 CC
Okay, 13; Houston. I think we could use an f-stop lower. What f-stop are you in now?

003:37:03 LMP
I'm about as low as you can go, Joe. l'm sitting on 4.4.

003:37:06 CC

003:37:18 LMP
What you're looking at, Joe, is the commander has removed the hatch and is proceeding to stow it.

003:38:06 CC
Okay, 13. That's a pretty good picture there.

003:38:14 LMP
The CDR is verifying the docking latches now. 00 03 38 17 CC Roger.

003:38:25 CMP
Hey, Joe. Jim reports that there's a slight, you know, burn smell up in the tunnel area, as been reported on previous flights.

003:38:34 CC
Okay. We copy that. 00 03 39 06 CMP Okay. The commander reportd all docking latches latched.

003:39:11 CC
Houston; Roger.

003:42:08 CC
13, Houston. For your information, the S-IVB vent is proceeding on schedule.

003:42:15 CMP
Okay , Joe.

003:42:20 LMP
Yes, Joe. That's - That'd concurring with all the thousands of particles that I see going by outside here.

003:42:30 CC
Yes. I guess I didn't need to tell you.

003:44:16 CC
13, It looks like Jim is connecting the umbilical at this time. Is that right?

003:44:21 LMP
Yes, that's affirm - affirm, Joe. Do you have any detail up in there at all? 0n the monitor it looks like I can - I can make out the drogue -the drogue a little bit, but not much else.

003:44:34 CC
We can see the probe pretty well, and we can see his hands quite well there.

003:45:59 CMP
Okay. We're powering the LM now, Joe.

003:46:03 CC
Okay, Roger that.

003:46:19 CC
And the voltage looks good there 13.

003:46:23 CMP

003:47:04 LMP
Okay. We're going to take an outside view now out the left side, Joe.

003:47:07 CC
Okay, Fred. Real good.

003:48:03 LMP
Okay. You making out the picture there, Joe?

003:48:07 CC
Yes. Is that the world?

003:48:19 CC
Okay, Fred. That's pretty looking picture We'd like to know what settings you used to that.

003:48:28 LMP
Okay. I think Jim is holding it now and - it - Okay, it should be in about f:22, infinity, and I think the 5O-millimeter. And Jim says he thinks he hit Baja in the picture now.

003:48:50 CC
Okay. I think can stand to go to f:44 on that. The clouds are pretty bright.

003:48:56 LMP
Okay. We are going to have to press on here, Joe, so we are back inside.

003:49:00 CC
Okay. Thanks a lot.

003:54:04 LMP
Okay. How's that picture looking back outside now, Joe? Getting ready for LM extraction.

003:54:13 CC
Okay. That looks pretty good, Fred.

003:54:14 CDR
Houston, this 13. Do we have a GO for pyro arm?

003:54:20 CC
13, Houston. Affirmative. You're GO for pyro arm.

003:54:50 CMP
Hey, Joe, when we went back up and rechecked the tunnel there, we found two latches that weren't cocked and we reset them.

003:55:02 CC
I 'll roger that, Jack.

003:56:56 CMP
Joe, I've got a beautiful view of the Earth out window 1.

003:57:03 CC
Roger, Jack.

003:57:04 LMP
By the way, the windows came through in real good shape. Window 5 looks read clean, so I am kind of hopeful that Hycon stuff will be pretty good.

003:57:14 CC
Good deal.

003:57:22 LMP
I meant window 3, Joe. 00 03 57 58 CC Okay, 13; Houston. You're GO for LM SEP whenever you're ready.

003:58:06 CDR

003:58:18 CC
Okay, 13; Houston. Correction on that. You're GO for LM SEP at the nominal time and - or later. We don't want it early.

003:58:27 CDR
Okay, Joe. We'll do it at 04:01:00.

003:58:29 CC

004:00:54 CMP
Okay. We're about ready to pull the LM out, Joe.

004:00:59 CC
Okay, 13.

004:01:03 CMP
Here she comes.

004:01:15 CMP
Okay. Looks like we're clear, Joe.

004:01:19 CC
Okay. Looks good. It's weird because we get the TV about 10 seconds after you call it.

004:02:45 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

004:02:52 CDR
Go ahead.

004:02:53 CC
Okay. We'll be waiting for you to tell us that you feel you're safely clear of the booster, and give us the GO to command the booster in its yaw maneuver.

004:04:39 CC
13, Houston. Did you copy my last about giving us a GO for the yaw?

004:04:46 LMP
Yes, we're maneuvering, Joe, and we hadn't picked her back up again yet.

004:04:55 CC
Okay. Do you want to wait till you acquire it before we yaw it?

004:05:03 CDR
How much time do you have, Houston? Can you wait, or do you want to do it right now?

004:05:09 CC
We can wait if you want us to, Jim.

004:05:11 CDR
Why don't you wait just a little bit.

004:05:13 CC

004:06:02 CMP
Joe, did they ever get an idea of what that - the TD and E fuel was?

004:06:09 CC
Jack, they're not willing to pin it down to a specific number right now because they say the tanks will warm up later on and the apparent consumption will go down. But it was nominal.

004:06:20 CMP

004:08:26 CMP
Okay, Houston. We have the S-IVB in sight. You are G0 to maneuver the S-IVB.

004:08:31 CC
Houston, Roger that.

004:09:04 CMP
Try to give you a - Houston, we're going to try to give you a shot of the S-IVB with the TV out window number 3.

004:09:11 CC
Okay. Real good, Jack. Our S-band signal strength has been fluctuating. Does it seem to be going all right up there in the AUTO TRACK mode?

004:09:24 LMP
Yes. Right now; yes, it's dropped off to about the 70-percent point, Joe , and it was before up about 85.

004:09:34 CC

004:09:54 CDR
And, Houston, do you have a TV picture?

004:09:57 CC
Not at the moment, Jim. We had a garbled one there for a few seconds and we don't have one at this moment.

004:10:05 CDR
Okay. I can see the S-IVB now out the hatch window and it's - -

004:10:11 CC
Okay, Jim. Suddendy we have a very good picture.

004:10:13 CDR

004:10:50 CDR
And, Houston, I can see the gold shroud around the I0, and it looks that it's all intact.

004:10:56 CC
Roger, Jim. We copy that. Incidentally, the APS evasive maneuver will be about 4 minutes late. It'll be at about 04 plus 18. 00 04 11 09 CDR Roger.

004:11:37 CC
13, Houston. Wonder if you could zoom in on that S-IVB for us a little bit?

004:11:42 CDR

004:12:19 CC
Yes, yes. More like that. That's nice. It's off our screen to the rights now.

004:13:08 CC
Oh, that's very nice, very nice.

004:13:55 CMP
Okay, Joe. Is EECOMM monitoring the O2 FLOW HIGH light again? We haven't yet started the venting yet.

004:14:04 CC
Okay. Stand by. I'll check.

004:14:35 CC
13, Houston.

004:14:38 CMP
Go ahead.

004:14:39 CC
Jack, your cabin REGs are still making up, but you're GO to open the waste management vent again at this time, and we'll delta the time to close it by the appropriate amount for you. 00 04 14 52 CMP Okay. Real fine. Well, we'll wait till the S-IVB does its maneuver here. 00 04 14 58 CC Okay.

004:16:53 LMP
Okay, Joe. We just had a momentary drop off in signal strength again there.

004:16:59 CC
Roger, Fred. We had an L0S for a minute and we lost our TV picture. It looks like - yes just got it back. It looks great again.

004:17:15 CC
l3, Houston. You might stop the f-stop down one more notch, if you got any left.

004:17:41 CC
And, l3, Houston. We'll be commanding the evasive maneuver in about l7 seconds. 00 04 18 4l CMP Okay, Joe. We van see it start to move. However, it doesn't seem to be a lot of debris or vapor coming out of it.

004:18:48 CC
Roger that, Jack. Booster says that's great. He says the booster's doing its thing normally. Concur. We don't see much on the television at all.

004:19:16 CC
And, Apollo 13, Houston. We'd like to change the S-band and antenna configuration. Like you to go OMNI Delta. Like you to go MANUAL mode on the high gain with pitch of minus 60 and yaw of 90. Over.

004:19:37 LMP
Okay. You want us to 0MNI Delta and MANUAL on the high gain to minus 60 and plus 90. Is that correct? 00 04 l9 44 CC That's affirmative. 00 04 20 06 CMP Okay, Houston. How much longer would you like the television?

004:20:10 CC
Stand by on that. We'll get a word.

004:20:21 CC
Okay, 13, this is Houston. You can turn the TV off anytime you’re ready. We’ve enjoyed the show.

004:20:40 CC
13, Houston. Before you secure the TV, we’d like to know whether that was maximum zoom, just for information-

004:20:48 LMP
That’s affirm. Jim had it in MAX zoom.

004:20:51 CC
Okay. Good deal. That was real good picture.

004:21:24 CC
And, 13, Houston. The APS evasive maneuver appeared to be nominal. The LOX dump time is now 4 plus 39 plus 20, abot 3 minutes late.

004:21:37 CDR

004:24:24 CMP
Okay, Joe. We are right now opening the WASTE STOWAGE VENT.

004:24:29 CC
Okay, Jack. We copy.

004:25:00 CMP
Okay, Houston. We are charging battery B.

004:25:05 CC
Roger, 13. We see it. Looks good.

004:30:47 CC
Apollo l3, Houston. Request OMNI Alfa now. Over.

004:39:01 CC
Apollo l3, Houston.

004:39:04 LMP
Go ahead, Joe.

004:39:07 CC
Roger. They are having trouble verifying that the high gain is doing its thing. Like to verify that the pitch is minus l0, the Y is plus 350, you're in WIDE BEAM WIDTH and AUTO.

004:39:29 LMP
Okay. Minus l0 pitch, plus 350 yaw, and WIDE BEAM WIDTH and going into AUT0. You want HIGH GAIN, Joe?

004:39:41 CC
That's affirm.

004:39:44 LMP
Okay. Here, it's coming at you.

004:50:43 LMP
All right, Houston; 13.

004:50:45 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

004:50:49 LMP
Is the S-IVB doing something different now?

004:50:56 CC
Well, I don't know. It should be - let's see, it should have started the LOX dump at least quite a while ago. I guess that's complete. Why do you ask, Fred?

004:51:10 LMP
I'm looking out window 5 at what I think is the S-IVB, and I'm seeing what looks to be double plumes, going in two very narrow bands maybe about 3 degrees that are streaming out from it. And then there is a less dense band that covers maybe a 40-degree swath through the sky that continues out, also, in two directions.

004:51:45 CMP
Hey, Joe, what it looks like, kind of, is if you pull up behind a guy that's pulling a contrail, and you get in his contrail, like he's going away from you - there's a long contrail -

004:51:55 CC
Okay; stand by. Let me see what Frank's got to say about that.

004:51:59 LMP
Except we're between - Looks like we're between two contrails, one guy above and one below.

004:52:07 CC

004:52:14 LMP
It's a very pretty sight.

004:52:33 CC
Okay, 13; Houston. The booster says that the propulsive dump is concluded; he now has the nonpropulsive vents open and what you see is a normal phenomenon and it should go oh for another 5 minutes or so.

004:52:52 LMP

004:52:54 CC
And, while I've got you, 13, at your convenience, we'd like to have the results of the EMS bias tests that you did pre-TLI and pre-SEP.

004:53:08 CMP
Stand by.

004:53:10 CC

004:54:05 CMP
Okay, Joe. The TLI - the DELTA-V no bias test prior to TLI, we had a O.8, and post-TLI, it was 1.0.

004:54:24 CC
Okay, Jack, Copy that. Thank you very much. Incidentally, as your tracking gets better and better, the size of MCC-2 is getting lower and lower and figures to be somewhere between 20 and 30 feet per second now.

004:54:40 CMP
Sounds good.

004:54:41 CC
Yes, sure does.

004:54:54 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

004:54:56 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

004:54:57 CC
Okay. We have a PTC REFSMMAT ready, if you're ready to go POO and ACCEPT, we'll stick it in there.

004:55:05 CMP
Okay. Stand by.

004:55:08 CC

004:55:45 CMP
Okay. I'm P00 and ACCEPT, Joe.

004:55:48 CC
Okay. Roger that.

004:59:02 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We'll have a handover in half a minute or so. You may get a momentary loss of strength.

004:59:09 CMP
Okay, Joe.

005:00:28 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. The computer is yours. Over.

005:00:31 CMP
Okay. Going to BLOCK.

005:00:32 CC

005:30:13 LMP
Okay, Houston. Do you copy 13's torquing angles on the P52?

005:30:18 CC
13, Houston. Leave them up just a second, and we'll get them down.

005:30:29 CC
13, Houston. Okay. We got them.

005:30:46 CDR
Okay. The time of torquing was 5 hours 30 minutes and 40 seconds.

005:30:51 CC
Roger. We copy.

005:39:47 CDR
Hello, Houston; Apollo 13.

005:39:49 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

005:39:51 CDR
Okay. I just got all hooked up to get in my COMM system here, and I just wanted to check out. I've got my suit stowed, a few other odds and ends done, and I'm back in business again.

005:40:01 CC
Okay. Good deal. We're kind of hanging loose down here. I've got a lift-off plus 15 pad. There's no hurry to read it up, so let us know when you're ready.

005:40:09 CDR

005:41:44 CDR
Okay, Houston. Go ahead with the pad.

005:41:48 CC
Okay, Jim. Lift-off plus 15 pad: GETI 015:00, DELTA-VT 5622, longitude minus 165, and GET 400K 047:04. Over.

005:42:19 CDR
Okay, Houston. Lift-off plus 15: GETI 015:00, 5622, minus 165, 047:04. Is that correct?

005:42:36 CC
That's right, Jim.

005:54:45 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

005:54:48 CMP
Go ahead, Jim.

005:54:50 CC
Roger. We'd like to have the ATTITUDE SET switch back to GDC, if you're finished with your aline. It gives G&C down here a telemetry problem.

005:55:01 CMP
Yes; okay.

005:55:02 CC
Thank you.

005:55:10 CMP
I'm just going to give them one more aline here.

005:55:12 CC
Okay. No rush.

006:15:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

006:15:41 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

006:15:43 CC
Roger. Would you please verify or tell us what S-band antenna configuration you're in, please?

006:15:51 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

006:16:07 CDR
We're in HIGH GAIN.

006:16:10 CC
Roger. Stand by a minute, Jim. Our signal strength is getting a little low. We may have a recommendation.

006:16:21 CC
13, Houston. Are you in MANUAL or AUTO in HIGH GAIN?

006:16:26 CDR
Stand by. We're in AUTO TRACK, Joe, and HIGH GAIN.

006:16:37 CC

006:44:30 CMP
Houston, you copy 13?

006:44:39 CMP
Hello, Houston; Apollo 13. Over.

006:44:48 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

006:44:51 CMP
Hey, were you copying my P23 results?

006:44:56 CC
That's affirmative, Jack. We followed you through the whole thing. You're ahead of schedule.

006:45:03 CMP

006:45:04 CDR
And, Joe, we confirmed there is no midcourse-1. Over.

006:45:11 CC
That is affirmative as far as I know. Let's get a final check on it, Jim.

006:45:16 CDR
Okay. Because we're standing by. We want to do a fuel cell purge and a waste water dump.

006:45:24 CC
Okay, Jim. We confirm there will be no midcourse-l.

006:45:30 CDR
Okay. It sounds good.

006:45:42 CC
And, 13, Houston. You can go ahead with the purge and dump at your discretion.

006:45:47 CDR
Roger, Houston. What we're going to do is, we're going to get rid of Fred's suit here. Fred's suit has been right in the commander's slot here for the last half hour. So we're going to try and get it stowed.

006:46:00 CC

006:46:03 CDR
You did a pretty good job.

006:49:12 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We'll have a handover in about 1 minute.

006:49:17 CDR
Hello, Houston. Apollo 13.

006:49:20 CC
Roger, Jim. We'll have a handover from Hawaii to Goldstone in about 30 seconds.

006:49:26 CDR
Say again, Houston.

006:49:29 CC
We'll be handing over from Hawaii to Goldstone in a few seconds. You may get a temporary loss of COMM.

006:49:37 CDR
Okay, Houston. We've got a whole bunch of noise, too.

006:59:23 CMP
Okay. Houston, 13.

006:59:26 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

006:59:28 CMP
Hey, Joe. Do you want to dump waste water down to 25 percent. Is that right?

006:59:33 CC
That's affirm.

006:59:34 CMP
Okay, in work.

006:59:35 CC

007:00:18 CMP
Do you know we're also purging fuel cells O2 now.

007:00:21 CC
Okay, Jack.

007:09:31 CMP
Okay, Houston. The fuel cell purge and waste water dump are complete.

007:09:38 CC
Roger, Apollo 13. And this is your relief CAP COMM shift on now.

007:09:49 CDR
Well, good evening, Vance.

007:09:53 CMP
Boy, you sure made it back fast.

007:09:55 CC
Yes. You guys had a beautiful launch, there. Really nice.

007:10:07 CMP
Could you follow it all the way up, Vance?

007:10:11 CC
No, I didn't see staging. It was too hazy for that, but we could see it for a few miles anyway.

007:10:24 CMP
I'll tell you, it's sure an interesting ride.

007:10:28 CC

007:17:00 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13.

007:17:02 CC
Roger. Go ahead, Jim.

007:17:05 CDR
Roger. We're at that stage now where we're going to take some Earth weather photography. If you're standing by, I have the camera aimed at the Earth right now, and I'll give you a mark when I take this first picture.

007:17:19 CC
Roger. We copy, Jim. We'll be standing by for the mark.

007:17:41 CDR
Okay, Houston. 3, 2, 1 -

007:17:45 CDR

007:17:48 CC
Roger, copy.

007:18:17 CC
And Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

007:18:21 CDR
Go ahead.

007:18:23 CC
For the PTC recommend that you disable quads A and B. Over.

007:18:30 CDR
Okay. Disable quads A and B, will do; and soon as Jack gets finished thrashing around, we'll be going to that PTC mode.

007:18:37 CC

007:31:29 CDR
Okay, Houston. We're starting PTC. We're disabling quads A and B now.

007:31:34 CC
Roger, Apollo 13. Houston copies.

007:33:08 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

007:33:11 CDR
Go ahead.

007:33:12 CC
Jim, we'd like to verify that the high gain is secured, that the S-BAND antenna is on OMNI, and OMNI B should be the right antenna. Over.

007:33:27 CDR
Okay. You want the high gain secured and you want the OMNI on OMNI Charlie, huh? Or Baker?

007:33:35 CC
That's affirm. And this'll be maintained in the PTC.

007:33:39 CDR

007:33:50 CC
And the high gain angles for stowage - or for stowing - are pitch minus 52, yaw 270.

007:39:21 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13.

007:39:24 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

007:39:26 CDR
Stand by for another Earth weather picture. I'll give you a mark.

007:39:29 CC
Okay. Standing by, Jim.

007:39:46 CDR
3, 2,1-

007:39:49 CDR

007:39:51 CC
Houston copies.

007:40:22 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

007:40:24 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

007:40:27 CC
Houston here. Your rates look very stable. It looks like your rates are damped out completely here. As far as we can see, it would be alright to start the PTC.

007:40:39 CDR
Okay. We'll give it a try.

007:54:29 LMP
Hello, Houston. This is 13. How do you read?

007:54:34 CC
Hello, 13; Houston. Loud and clear. 13, Houston is reading loud and clear. How do you read?

007:54:48 LMP
Okay. And do you have any estimate, Vance, on how long we'll be charging battery B?

007:55:01 CC
Stand by 1, Fred.

007:55:21 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

007:55:24 CDR
Go ahead.

007:55:26 CC
We'll be charging for 4-1/2 to 5 hours yet, Jim.

007:55:32 CDR

008:02:33 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

008:02:36 LMP
Go ahead.

008:02:39 CC
Fred, recommend that, when your window comes around facing the Earth again, that you catch another one of those pictures, and at the same time, you should probably start PTC again. We might have sent a confusing bit of info up to you. The "disable two quads" only applies to an early step in the procedure. We didn't mean that for the latter part of the procedure where we have the statement "enable all jets." Over.

008:03:15 LMP

008:07:33 CMP
Houston, Apollo 13.

008:07:43 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Go ahead.

008:07:46 CMP
Vance, Fred said that you had some more informa- tion about PTC and a different way of establishing it or something, huh?

008:07:55 CC
Roger, Referring to the procedure on G/8-2, if you have that open, I'll tell you what we had to give you.

008:08:11 CMP
Okay. Stand by and I'll get it out.

008:08:13 CC

008:08:35 CMP
Okay. Go ahead. Van.

008:08:38 CC
Okay. On checklist G/8-2 under Step 5, there's a statement, "disable all jets on two adjacent quads," and that's what we were referring to when we called up saying "disable quads A and B." So that's all fine; however, going down now to step 7 where it says "enable all jets," we hoped that you didn't think we meant leave A and B disabled there. In that case, it's as written. All jets should be enabled. Over.

008:09:20 CMP
Okay. Our checklist has "all jets" scratched out, and it says "enable couples on all axes." So what we'll do is - we'll reestablish this thing and come down to that step 7, and we'll enable all jets. That means enable quads A and B. Is that right?

008:09:42 CC
That's affirm. You'll have A, B, C, and D enabled for step 7.

008:09:47 CMP
Okay, real fine. I'll start on it now.

008:09:51 CC
Okay. Understand you're going to reestablish it.

008:10:46 LMP
And Vance, on that picture, I was all set to shoot it just a little before you called, and the Earth hasn't showed up in the window yet. I don't know if we got too far off the bellyband or what.

008:11:02 CC
Roger. Copy, Fred.

008:11:46 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

008:11:50 LMP
Go ahead, Vance.

008:11:52 CC
Roger. On the photo, you'll probably have to reestablish the attitude for PTC and then when- ever it comes into the window again, why we'll just be standing by for the photo.

008:12:06 LMP

008:19:49 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

008:19:51 CMP
Go ahead, ...

008:19:57 CC
Roger. You're coming in a little weak. Have a recommended roll rate for this PTC, if you could copy.

008:20:08 CMP
Alright. Go ahead.

008:20:10 CC
Okay. Recommend that you put in Rl the following: 03750, and that should give you exactly a rate of 0.3 degrees per second. Over.

008:20:27 CMP
Okay. Enter 03750. Is plus or minus our choice?

008:20:38 CC
Roger. The same direction you rolled the last time, which I believe is plus.

008:20:47 CMP

008:25:06 CMP
Hey, Vance, would you monitor our rates and kind of give an idea of when you think they're stable enough to start PTC.

008:25:14 CC
Roger, Jack. We'll take a look and let you know as soon as they look stable enough.

008:25:19 CMP
Okay. I've got quads A and B disabled here.

008:25:24 CC

008:25:32 CMP
Have they come up with an idea of how much fuel I used on the docking and also the P23 session at 5 hours or 6 hours.

008:25:47 CC
I think we can give you something. Stand by a minute.

008:26:59 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

008:27:02 CMP
Go ahead.

008:27:04 CC
Okay. It's looking good so far as RCS consum- ables are concerned, Jack. You're standing about 20 pounds above the curve right now. Looking at the TD&E, you expended 65 pounds or - Stand by - 55 pounds, correction on that.

008:27:27 CMP
How much?

008:27:28 CC
And 14 pounds on P23s. You used a little more out of quad A than out of the others.

008:27:37 CMP
Okay. Thanks, Vance.

008:27:38 CC

008:27:42 CMP
Hey, could you say again the TDB&E fuel? We've got a different - we all heard different things.

008:27:49 CC
I said 65 and then corrected that t0 55 pounds.

008:27:55 CMP

008:31:36 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

008:31:39 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

008:31:41 CC
Okay, Jim. Your rates look good. It's okay to start the roll again, if you'd like. 00 08 31 50 CDR

008:41:46 LMP
Hello, Houston; Apollo 13.

008:41:49 CC
Apollo 13, go ahead.

008:41:53 LMP
Okay. Ready for a little count here, Vance, and I'll shoot another picture. We found the Earth again.

008:41:59 CC
Okay. We'll be standing by, Fred.

008:42:05 LMP
A 3, 2, 1 -

008:42:09 LMP

008:42:11 CC
Roger. Copy.

009:02:47 LMP
Hey, Houston, 13.

009:02:50 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

009:02:52 LMP
Okay. Stand by for a mark on another picture.

009:02:55 CC
Okay. Standing by, Fred.

009:03:09 LMP
3,2,1 -

009:03:12 LMP

009:03:17 CC
Okay, we got it.

009:23:58 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

009:24:08 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

009:24:11 CC
Jim, Houston here. Two items: first of all, your PTC is looking very good and it should carry you through the night; second point , have a procedure to give you, if you're ready to copy. We'd like to set three bits in the computer, and I'll explain why.

009:24:43 LMP
Go ahead, Vance, we're ready to copy.

009:24:46 CC
Okay, The procedure is as follows: VERB 25, NOUN 07, ENTER; 1331, ENTER; 7, ENTER; and ENTER. Explanation as follows. During the P23s, there was one time when VERB 37 was entered into the computer at about 16 seconds after the OPTICS ZERO switch was flicked to ZERO. This is a very uncommon anomaly in that, if you do this during - 0.4-second interval at around 16 seconds after you zero the optics, some OPT-mode bits are reset; and this would mean that, if you had a 0CDU fail, it wouldn't be indicated; so all this procedure is doing is setting these three bits back again where they should be.

009:26:01 LMP
Okay, Vance, and I guess I'll try to be slower on that VERB 37.

009:26:07 CC
Yes. Actually slower or faster, either one, I guess. Well, yes, slower. It's a very unusual thing to have that happen.

009:26:19 LMP
Okay. And, Houston, stand by for a mark on another picture.

009:26:24 CC
Roger. Standing by.

009:26:33 LMP
3, 2, 1 -

009:26:36 LMP
MARK it.

009:26:39 CC
Roger. We copy, Fred.

009:26:54 LMP
Okay, Vance; we've completed that procedure, and let me know if everything was okay.

009:26:59 CC
Okay, thank you. We'll let you know if anything isn't okay. I'm sure it's good now.

009:27:15 LMP
Tell G&C and GUIDO thanks a lot for keeping good track of me, there.

009:27:21 CC
Roger. They're right on the ball.

009:27:36 CC
And, 13, Houston. If you would like, we can let you know about every 2 minutes before the Earth should be coming into your window. We think we've got it pegged down pretty well now, and you won't have to look for it so much. You want that?

009:27:54 LMP
Yes. That would be fine, Vance.

009:27:56 CC

009:28:06 CC
And, 13, Houston. GUIDO says the bits are reset - rather, are set.

009:28:13 LMP
Okay, thanks much.

009:45:58 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

009:46:01 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

009:46:04 CC
It's time for Fred to start looking for the Earth, should be coming by in about a couple of minutes.

009:46:10 CDR
Okay. He's got his head out there right now.

009:46:14 LMP
Yes. You've got that pretty well pegged, man. There it be.

009:46:21 CC
Doesn't that give you confidence?

009:46:26 LMP
Yes. I guess so. In a minute, you're going to hear my kitchen timer ding, and that also says the Earth is there.

009:46:39 CC

009:46:57 LMP
Okay. Stand ... countdown.

009:47:09 CDR

009:47:12 CDR

009:47:15 CC
Roger. We copy.

009:49:51 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

009:49:54 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

009:49:56 CC
Roger. We're enjoying Fred's music there.

009:50:04 CDR
Yes, ... up here.

009:50:09 LMP
Yes, I kind of like it too, Vance.

009:50:15 CC
Yes, we didn't hear much of it, though.

010:03:38 CMP
Houston, Apollo 13.

010:03:41 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

010:03:44 CMP
Okay, Vance, we did another EMS null bias test and the - it went from 100.0 to 101.8 in 100 seconds.

010:03:59 CC
Roger. We copy.

010:06:09 CC
13, Houston.

010:06:12 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

010:06:13 CC
Jack, like to verify, was that 100 to 100.8 or 101.8?

010:06:20 CMP

010:06:23 CC

010:06:26 CMP
It was plus 100 to plus 101.8.

010:06:31 CC

010:07:57 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

010:08:01 CMP
Go ahead.

010:08:02 CC
The Earth's coming up in the window again in 1 to 2 minutes.

010:08:08 CMP
He's got it. You're right again.

010:08:24 CMP
Okay, stand by for a mark here. ? I

010:08:26 CC

010:08:38 CMP
Okay, ready? 3, 2, 1 -

010:08:40 CMP

010:08:42 CC
Roger, copy your mark.

010:09:06 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We have a CSM state vector to send you. Request P00 and ACCEPT at your convenience.

010:09:28 CMP
Okay, Vance. There's P00 and ACCEPT.

010:09:32 CC
Okay, it,s coming up.

010:11:30 CC
13, the comPuter is yours again.

010:11:33 CMP
Okay, going back to BLOCK.

010:11:35 CC

010:29:31 LMP
Looks like picture-taking time again.

010:29:50 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

010:29:53 LMP
Go ahead, Van.

010:29:56 CC
Okay, Earth should be coming into view.

010:30:01 LMP
Okay. I got it.

010:30:56 CMP
Okay. stand Vance. 3, 2, 1 -

010:31:01 CMP

010:31:03 CC
Roger. We got it.

010:31:14 CC
Earth starting to look pretty small now?

010:31:23 CMP
Well, looking at here, Vance, it's hard to be convinced it's even the Earth. All we see is water and clouds.

010:31:36 CC
Well, I guess that's what we want. We want pictures of weather, right , clouds.

010:31:43 CMP
Yes, about half of it's covered with clouds.

023:11:14 CDR
Hello, Houston. Houston, Apollo 13. Over.

023:11:17 CC
Good morning, 13. This is Houston- How are you?

023:11:22 CDR
Read you loud and clear. We had a fairly good night's sleep.

023:11:32 CC
Okay. Real fine. At your leisure, you can give us radiation reports, I guess. We are getting a consumables update together for you, and a few other little details whenever you are ready to talk. About the only major thing on the spacecraft is that it's been getting farther away.

023:11:51 CDR
Okay. Well, that's to be expected, I guess.

023:11:54 CC

023:15:38 LMP
And we're starting to charge battery A, Houston.

023:15:44 CC
Roger on battery A, Fred. EECOMM says battery B looks real good.

023:15:51 LMP

023:16:46 CDR
Houston, 13.

023:16:48 CC
Go ahead.

023:16:51 CDR
Okay. For information, Fred was on C0MM last night; and he was over in the left-hand seat, and if you want our radiation readings, we just goofed. We left them all in the suits which are now nicely tucked away. We are going to get out Jack's suit in an hour or so anyway, and we'll get his dosimeter out if you wanted to get the reading on that one.

023:17:13 CC
Okay. That will be satisfactory.

023:17:17 CDR

023:17:18 CC
And in exchange for that, the surgeon would like to have a rough number of hours each of you slept and a qualitative verb to describe whether it was good, fair, or poor.

023:17:30 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

023:17:46 CDR
Okay, Houston. We had an average of around 5 or ...

023:18:06 CC
Jim, Houston. Your COMM got pretty garbled there just as you started to talk.

023:18:38 CDR
Okay. Houston, Apollo 13.

023:18:40 CC
Okay, 13. You're loud and clear again.

023:18:45 CDR
We averaged about 5-1/2 hours' sleep apiece, and we are estimating that the sleep was good.

023:18:53 CC
Okay. Copy that. Let's see what else we have for you, Jim. Midcourse-2 looks like about 23 feet per second, approximately retrograde and on time. And it's holding real firm now. For your information, and you don't need to copy this down, because it's still pretty soft, but ve have an S-IVB impact of about 8.57 south and about 33.9 west, which is a little west and a little south of the flight plan value. We have it at a GET of about 77 plus 51 which is just before AOS, and the L0I pads are a little bit late, and as I say, it's still pretty soft, and we'll be updating you with firm numbers.

023:19:57 CDR
That's fine, Joe. Just as long as it doesn't hit Cone Crater.

023:20:02 CC
Okay, And I'll have a consumables update for you in a little while, and I have a small flight plan update for you sometime a little later on when you're ready to copy. There's no big deals in it.

023:20:19 CDR

023:20:23 CC
And, 13, Houston. We'd like to verify that you cycled the 02 cryo fans. We saw the H2, but we didn't see the 02 get stirred up.

023:20:35 CMP
Yes, Joe. We did, and it kind of looked like we might have had a little stratification because right after we put them on, we had a CRYO PRESS light.

023:20:45 CC
Okay. EECOMM told me that might happen, and he was right.

023:21:54 CMP
Okay, Joe. We're ready to copy a flight plan update and your consumables.

023:22:00 CC
Okay, Jack. The flight plan update has a couple of items in it, and the first one we'd like to do is to update the Tephem values in the G&c check- ephem list on page G/9-2. These are fairly small changes, but in case you need them, we'd like you to have the exact numbers. Over.

023:22:25 CMP
Okay. Just a minute. I'll get it out.

023:22:56 CMP
Joe, was that the G&C checklist, page 9-2?

023:23:00 CC
That's affirmative. G&C, page G/9-2.

023:23:08 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

023:23:09 CC
Okay. On that page in line 04, column B, change the number from 03366 to 05253. Over.

023:23:30 CMP
- - 53.

023:23:31 CC
Okay. And in line 05, column B, change from 11000 to 33661. Over.

023:23:47 CMP

023:23:50 CC
Okay. That's right. The only other thing I've got for you. Jack, is three additional questions for the booster systems debriefing, which is to take place at about 25 hours, and we thought we'd pass these questions up to you early so you can consider them. Over.

023:24:12 CDR
Okay. We're ready to copy.

023:24:15 CC
Okay. The first extra is, and let me get the original question because this question says, "More specifically on item 2," and item 2 says, "Were there any significant changes in the noise vibration level during the single stage of powered flight?" Specifically, describe your observations during the early S-II center engine cut-off, and approximately 90 seconds prior to TLI cut-off, you reported a high vibration in the S-IVB. We'd like you to describe the buildup of this vibration and its behavior through cutoff. Over.

023:25:02 CDR
Okay. Essentially, what you'd like us to talk about is vibration sequence during the early S-II cut-off of the center engine and also describe the vibrations that we encountered during the S-IVB TLI burn. Is that correct?

023:25:17 CC
That's it. Okay. The second extra question is for you, Jim, and it says, "Comparing this flight with your ride on Apollo 8, were there any significant differences in the powered flight environment?"

023:25:35 CDR
Okay. We'll describe a comparison with 8 and 13 as far as powered flight goes.

023:25:41 CC
Roger. And the last additional question is what did the ORDEAL ball look like during TLI? As you know, we passed you an update to that setting, and we'd like to know whether it was riding right on zero or what during the burn. Over.

023:26:00 CDR
Okay. Will do. We'll describe the 0RDEAL ball.

023:26:03 CC
Okay. That's it, and that's the whole flight plan update. I have a consumables update now if you want to'listen to that.

023:26:12 CMP
Okay, Joe. We're ready to copy.

023:26:14 CC
Okay. At 23 hours the total RCS is 1121, quad A is 274, quad Bravo is 286, quad Charlie is 274, quad Delta is 237, and the cryos are as follows: H2 tank 1, 83 percent; H2 tank 2, 86 percent; 02 tank 1, 87 percent; 02 tank 2, 87 percent. Over.

023:27:07 CMP
Okay, Joe. We got all those, and hol do we compare them with where we should be in the time line?

023:27:15 CC
As I understand it. Jack, you're running slightly ahead of nominal in both those areas.

023:27:24 CMP
Okay; real fine.

023:27:25 CC
No problem.

023:28:07 CC
And, 13, Houston. That's all the business I got right now. I have a little news and plan of the day for you, if you feel like listening to that a little later on.

023:28:30 CDR
Just hold off a little bit there, Joe, if you don't mind.

023:28:36 CC
Stand by one, Jim. You're coming in garbled again.

023:29:53 CMP
Houston, 13.

023:30:00 CC
Okay, 13; Houston. Loud and clear again. Go ahead.

023:30:05 CMP
Okay. Joe. On the news, Jim would like to hold off a little bit on that, and I want to make a request to FAO, if he will at sometime during the day, when we get a flight plan update with those activities we agreed to make optional during lunar orbit and the few activities we were going to delete, I think that I forgot and left that card back during the press of suiting, I left it in the suit room.

023:30:33 CC
Okay. Wilco.

023:30:35 CC
Okay, Jack. I understand FAO's working on that and we'll have something for you later on.

023:30:42 CMP
Okay. We're not in any hurry.

023:30:45 CC

023:47:00 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13.

023:47:11 CC
Okay. Jack. We copy the angles. You can go ahead and torque them.

023:47:24 CMP
Okay. Joe. The time of torquing will be 23 hours 47 minutes 30 seconds.

023:47:30 CC
We copy.

023:54:45 CDR
Houston, 13.

023:54:48 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

023:54:51 CDR
For information, Joe, we're all configured back again now to our regular seating positions, if you're monitoring us.

023:54:59 CC
Okay. Thank you, Jim.

024:16:02 CDR
Hello there, Houston; 13.

024:16:08 CC
l3, Houston. Go ahead.

024:16:12 CDR
Gosh, we had forgotten, but we'd like to hear what the news is.

024:16:15 CC
Okay. There's not a whole lot to it. Well, let's see, we'll start with the - Let's start with sports, what the heck. The Astros survived 8 to 7, the Braves got five or six runs in the - five runs in the ninth inning, but they just made it; and in the other important game of the day, the Cubs were rained out. I have all the rest of the scores, you can tell me if you want any of them. They had earthquakes in Manila and other areas of the island of Luzon. There were three tremors and they kept the buildings shaking for about a half an hour or so, and it was about a 5 on the Richter scale. Okay, let's see. The Beatles have an- nounced they will no longer perform as a group. The quartet is reported to have made in excess of a half billion dollars during their short musical career. However, rumors that they will use this money to start their own space program are false.

024:17:24 CDR
Maybe we could borrow some.

024:17:26 CC
(Laughter) Okay. Okay; West German Chancellor Willy Brandt, who witnessed your launch from the Cape yesterday, and President Nixon will complete their round of talks today. Brandt reportedly came to the U.S. to seek assurance from the President to go ahead with talks with the eastern European nations, especially East Germany, Poland, and Russia. Many air traffic controllers are Still out, but reports indicate that they are slowly returning to work, and you'll be happy to know the controllers here in the MOOR are still on the job.

024:18:04 CDR

024:18:05 CC
Go ahead.

024:18:09 CDR
I said thank goodness for that.

024:18:10 CC
Okay. Some truck lines are being struck in the Midwest, and the school teachers have walked off the job in Minneapolis. Today's favorite pasttime across the - Uh oh; have you guys completed your income tax?

024:18:28 CDR
How do I apply for an extension?

024:18:31 CC

024:18:32 CMP
Yes, Joe. I got to - hey, listen - It ain't too funny; things kind of happened real fast down there, and I do need an extension.

024:18:43 CC

024:18:44 CMP
I didn't get mine filed. And this is serious; would you - -

024:18:47 CC
You're breaking up the room down here.

024:18:49 CMP
- - because I may be spending time in a - -

024:18:51 CC
We'll see - -

024:18:52 CMP
I may be spending time in a - I may be spending time in another quarantine besides the one that they are planning for me.

024:18:59 CC
We'll see what we can do, Jack. We'll get with Recovery and see if we can get the agent out there in the Pacific when you come back. By golly, let's see. In professional basketball, the Nicks beat the Milwaukee Bucks 110 to 102, and Billy Casper is leading the Masters after 54 holes with a 208, and spring football practice is in full swing. And that's about all the news we got; the updated plan of the day for you guys, the uniform will be service dress inflight coverall garments with swords and medals, and tonight's movie shown in the lower equipment bay will be John Wayne, Lou Costello, and Shirley Temple in the "The Flight of Apollo 13." Over.

024:19:50 CDR

024:20:06 CDR
Houston, this is 13. Is it true that Jack's income tax return was going to be used to buy the ascent fuel for the LM?

024:20:18 CC
Well, considering that he's a bachelor and hasn't got that deduction to take, yes.

024:20:29 CMP
Hey, Joe. I'm glad you brought that up, because I was really serious about that.

024:20:36 CC
Okay, Jack. We'll - We'll take care of it. Tom Stafford says he'll get an extension for you.

024:20:43 CMP

024:20:50 CC
And Jim McDivitt says, "yes, now that you mention it, he forgot to fill the ascent stage."

024:21:00 CDR
(Laughter) Suspicions confirmed.

024:21:04 CC
Should give you very good performance on descent.

024:21:11 LMP
We should have a lot more hover time, huh?

024:21:13 CC
That's right.

024:21:23 CC
Okay, crew. About the only other thing I've got for you right now is an update to your P37 pad for lift-off plus 35. This is a change to the pad we gave you yesterday. The reason for the update is for weather avoidance in the mid-Pacific landing area at 70 hours, which is the return time for this pad, and in case the question arises in your mind, we don't expect any problem there for the end of the mission. The weather area is 20 degrees south of your end-of-mission landing point, and it appears to be moving to the south.

024:22:01 CDR
Okay, Joe. I'm ready to copy the pad.

024:22:03 CC
Okay. GET of ignition is 035:00, DELTA-VT 7883, Longitude minus 155, and the GET 400K 069:54. Over.

024:22:28 CDR
GETI is 035:00, 7883, minus 155, 069:54.

024:22:39 CC

024:23:17 CDR
And, Houston, Jack's going to try donning his suit now for practice, himself, and when he gets it out, we'll give you a dosimeter reading.

024:23:26 CC
Okay. Real good.

024:41:49 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13.

024:41:51 CC
13, Houston. Go.

024:41:55 CDR
Okay. We've retrieved Jack's dosimeter, and it's reading 02022.

024:42:07 CC
Okay. We copy 02022 on the dosimeter, Jim.

024:42:14 CDR
That's affirm.

024:42:31 CC
13, Houston. At your convenience, we'd like the LM/CM DELTA-P reading.

024:42:37 CDR
That reading is 0.65 psi.

024:42:42 CC
Copy 0.65. Thank you.

025:10:56 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

025:10:58 CDR
Houston, Apol ... Roger. We're thinking together. And we're here waiting for your call.

025:11:07 CC
Okay, you were a little broken up there, Jim, hut I think it's getting better. We are ready for the launch-vehicle-systems debriefing whenever you are.

025:11:31 CDR
Okay, Houston; Apollo 13. You were cut out again; say again, please.

025:11:35 CC
Roger, Jim. We are ready for the launch-vehicle- systems debriefing whenever you are. Over.

025:11:43 CDR
Okay. Stand by 1.

025:12:00 CDR
Okay, Houston; 13. In answer to question 1, the changes in noise level occurred mainly between the first stags and the other stages - the other stages were about the same in noise level, very quiet, with the first stage, of course, making quite a bit of noise in the beginning but - which built up during the high Q, and then ... went quiet just after high Q.

025:12:31 CC
Okay, copy that, Jim.

025:12:37 CDR
I might mention that the noise level during the first stage was not sufficient to be uncomfortable at all.

025:12:46 CC
Roger. And I assume COMM was okay.

025:12:50 CDR
That's affirm. COMM was very good all during - throughout the entire flight. Much better than I expected.

025:12:57 CC

025:13:04 CDR
Now, in answer to question 2, there was, of course, a vibration transient in the second stage that - due to the number 5 engine going out - which occurred shortly before the engine went out, and slightly after that then the S-II stage was very smooth.

025:13:33 CC
Okay, Jim. I guess the significant point there is that you didn't notice the vibration before you saw the engine light.

025:13:39 CDR
That's right. We - we noticed the vibration but it wasn't such that we thought something cata- strophic was going to happen; it just started vibration and then the EN light came on, and then the vibration went away and the stage itself was smooth.

025:13:59 CC
Okay, copy that.

025:14:03 CMP
Yes, and that - it was all pretty - pretty short in span - just a second or so before and like a second afterwards, Joe.

025:14:14 CC
Oh. Roger.

025:14:18 CDR
And on the S-IVB, the vibration of the vehicle itself wasn't what ... second ... powered flight - a very-high-frequency vibration.

025:14:33 CC
That was - was that during - just during TLI , or did you notice that at insertion?

025:14:45 CDR
Well, it was a high-frequency viola - vibration but more noticeable during the TLI burn than it was during the ... flight.

025:14:59 CC
Okay, I - understand.

025:15:13 CMP
I guess the S-IVB vibration during TLI was there all the time although it seemed to - to grow to us as the burn progressed, although that may have been just due to the boost weight decrease.

025:15:30 CC
Okay, you called this about 3-1/2 minutes, but I guess the thing was slowly building up throughout the whole burn. Right?

025:15:37 CMP
That's right.

025:15:40 CC
Okay, was it uncomfortable or did it cause your vision to degrade or anything like that?

025:15:46 CDR
No, it - it was not uncomfortable at all but I was recalling the ride on 8, and the S-IVB was more - much more smooth than even it was on 13.

025:15:59 CC
Copy that.

025:16:24 CDR
Okay, now, in answer to number 3, we did not ex- perience any unexpected transients except that all of us noticed the PU shift. We thought it was more pronounced than we had expected it to be.

025:16:39 CC
Okay. Understand.

025:16:42 CMP
Joe, on that. I guess most of every time that PU shift occurred we all - almost all of us glanced at the engine light. We could feel definite acceleration change.

025:16:53 CC
Roger. Understand, Jack.

025:16:58 CDR
And, during the high-Q portion of the flight, the Alfa meter, to my knowledge, nearly went above 25 percent.

025:17:06 CC

025:17:14 CDR
In answer to number 4, we got a pretty good look at the thermal shroud and the IU after taking the LM away, and from our viewpoint, the shroud was completely intact. I saw no loose particles or parts of it floating at all.

025:17:30 CC
Okay, Jim. Understand.

025:17:40 CDR
And, I guess we answered number 5. I don't think at any time did we have any communication problem during powered flight.

025:17:45 CC

025:17:59 CDR
In answer to number 6, the answer is essentially no. We saw no venting or suspected leak on the LM or the CSM ...

025:18:14 CC
Okay, Jim. I guess you described to us the non- propulsive venting on the S-IVB after the APS maneuver and we copied that at the time.

025:18:30 CDR
Okay. Fred saw the S-IVB venting.

025:18:33 LMP
Yes, we had already talked about that, Joe. And that was also visible when it - of course, when it did its evasive maneuver when we were looking at it right close up.

025:18:44 CC

025:19:12 CDR
Okay, Joe. The last time we saw the S-IVB posi- tively was when Fred saw it venting at about - at about 5 hours. We think we might have picked it up later on. We saw a particle or something out there that was tumbling which might have been the booster or one of the SLA panels.

025:19:34 CC
And when was that, Jim?

025:19:41 CDR
We're - we're debating. It was somewhere between - say 7:30 and 9 hours.

025:19:47 CC

025:19:50 LMP
But, Joe, assuming the S-IVB is still stable. The object I was looking at was definitely tumbling.

025:20:01 CC
Okay, Fred. As I recall, it was stable then, although it's tumbling now.

025:20:08 LMP
Okay. It probably was the SLA panel I picked up.

025:20:14 CC
Right. Incidentally, I guess the guys in building 6 - -

025:20:17 CDR
Oh and I think we -

025:20:18 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

025:20:19 CDR
I -I think we answer to number 9. We - at around 5:32, I think, was when we think the number 5 light came on in the S-II, and a definite vibration which was more than just a high-frequency vibration we got with the normal S-IV burn, and then the light came on. I called ECO thinking from the training that it was 7:42 and looked up at the time and realized it was early. And then, soon after the light came on, the vibration stopped and the engine or the booster smoothed down. It was very smooth from there on.

025:20:59 CC
Okay. This may be a stupid question, but do you have any idea what the frequency of it was?

025:21:08 CDR
Only to say that it was much higher - I couldn't really guess, now. It was rather a rapid longi- tudinal vibration.

025:21:23 CC
Okay, Jim. Stand by now for a minute, we're going to switch OMNI.

025:22:48 CDR
Houston, 13, ...

025:22:51 CC
13, Houston. 1 read you. We still have quite a bit of noise on the loop.

025:22:59 CDR
I'll stand by. Roger.

025:23:04 CC
Okay, Jim. It should be pretty good now. We copied you answering question number 9.

025:23:16 CDR
Do you want any more comments on the S-IVB vibrations?

025:23:20 CC
I don't think so. When you get all done, I'll - I'll make a quick check to see if the booster people have any - any additional questions. You skipped number 8, Jim; could you go back to that for a second?

025:23:34 CDR
Okay, stand by.

025:23:54 CDR
Our only comment there, Joe, was that the burn on TLI, to our knowledge, was about 3-3/4 second longer than had been predicted and that was the only thing that we really noticed; otherwise, looked like PI [?] was nominal at cut-off.

025:24:11 CC
Okay, understand.

025:24:23 CDR
Okay, on comparing the flight of 13 to Apollo 8, lift-off was about the same amount of vibration as I noticed on 8, but at the beginning of the flight, there was less of the sideways motion than we experienced on Apollo 8. The S-IC separa- tion felt more violent on 13 than it did on 8, maybe that's because I was in a different seat, I don't know. But there was about three sharp transients of the cut-off and a couple of big bangs where we were thrown backwards longitudinally on our straps before the S-II went off. And the S-II was, of course, just as smooth on 13 as 8 except for the number 5 engine. And we did not experience the vibration that we experienced on 8 towards the end of the S-II burn. And the S-IVB was - had more vibration than we had on 8.

025:25:31 CC
Okay, Jim, got all that.

025:25:39 CDR
The up - the update on the ORDEAL ball was a good one. At the burn, we were about - just about 8 degrees. We had to pitch down. The yaw was right on all the way through the entire burn, and just towards the end of the burn, the ball started going black in pitch a little bit.

025:26:03 CC
Okay, sounds good, we'll give Mike Wash a gold star on that one. Okay, Jim, stand by 1 while I see if we have any extra questions.

025:26:44 CC
Jim, while we're waiting to see if they have any more questions, I'd like to read you the booster people's preliminary analysis on the - the S-II cut-off. Over.

025:26:58 CDR
That would be very interesting. Go ahead.

025:27:00 CC
Okay, preliminary analysis of the data indicates that the center S-II engine vibrated at a some- what higher amplitude than we've seen on previous flights, and it started at about 160 seconds into the S-II burn. As a result of these vibrations, the engine chamber pressure decreased to the level where the two low-level thrust sensors, the thrust- okay sensors, initiated center engine cut-off. Early evaluation of data indicates that no damage occurred to the engine, and the cause of the increased vibration amplitude is still under investigation. Over.

025:27:43 CDR
I thought it was the center engine.

025:27:48 CC
Yes, right.

025:27:58 CDR
Joe, do you have any word on what marks we had for TLI?

025:28:04 CC
At the time of TLI, as I recall, you had 6 seconds longer than the nominal burn which was 3 seconds longer than the 3-sigma low burn, and you were also GO for a second-opportunity TLI if we had re- quired one.

025:28:24 CDR
Okay, we were just wondering because it appeared to us that we had a longer TLI burn than had been predicted.

025:28:30 CC
Yes, you did. We confirmed that - that - that cut-off time just about as you saw it, and I don't have an explanation for it, but it was within the 3-sigma margin.

025:29:47 CC
13, Houston.

025:29:49 CDR
Go ahead.

025:29:51 CC
Roger, we have no further questions. All the answers were clear and satisfactory, and we thank you very much. You can press on with the rest of your busy day.

025:30:02 CDR

026:29:08 LMP
And, Houston; 13.

026:29:13 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

026:29:18 LMP
Okay, Joe. Out window 5, I just picked up the tumbling object again so, for sure, it must have been a SLA panel. I don't think we could still be in the proximity of the S-IV at this time.

026:29:33 CC
I don't think so, Fred. It's several hundred miles aft of you. 700 miles is - is the number, I'm told. And since the SLA panel didn't make the midcourse correction, that might be it.

026:29:51 LMP
Yes, it's, I can't really tell for sure even through the monocular that it is, but it looks the same relative position to the stars. And the best I can tell about the same intensity and still about the same distance from us.

026:30:08 CC
Can you see it tumbling. Does it have a shape, or is it a point?

026:30:19 LMP
No. I can tell it's tumbling; I guess the flat side not only is facing me, it's not only much brighter, it also grows larger.

026:30:34 CC
Okay. Very interesting. We'll see if we can figure out where that's relative to you. They keep updating the S-IV impact on us a little bit. The last guess we had was that it will impact about the same longitude we gave you but close to zero latitude and a little bit later. You still won't be able to see it. And they're saying it might make a - -

026:31:02 LMP

026:31:03 CC
- - they're saying it might make a 100 to 120 foot crater, too.

026:31:13 LMP
It'll still be past the terminator for us for awhile.

026:31:19 CC
Right. It will be at about the REV 20 terminator, so it will be late in your lunar orbit activities before you will be able to photograph it, and FAO is looking at whether we can work that in or not.

026:31:36 LMP

026:43:26 CMP
Houston, 13.

026:43:29 CC
13, Houston.

026:43:33 CMP
Hey, Joe? Is FAO ready to - do you - or are you ready to give me those items that we made optional and deleted in the solo book?

026:43:44 CC
Jack, we are not quite ready with that yet, but we will be before too long. Can you wait awhile?

026:43:53 CMP
Sure can. Got lots of time.

026:43:54 CC

027:59:41 CDR
Hello, Houston; Apollo 13.

027:59:49 CC
13? Houston. Go ahead.

027:59:54 CDR
Just a passing comment, Joe. We're having lunch right now, and I just made myself a hotdog sandwich with catsup. Very tasty and almost unheard of in the old days.

028:00:07 CC
That's correct, 13. As I recall the flight plan, you're supposed to put mustard on the hot dogs and not catsup, but I guess we'll overlook that.

028:00:18 CMP
We blew it.

028:00:20 CC
Right. How's everything going?

028:00:28 CDR
It's going pretty good. We have about four dif- ferent methods of spreading catsup, right now.

028:00:34 CC
Okay. Jack, we'll have your update to you before too long.

028:00:41 CMP
Okay. Fine, Joe. We did a pit check on the Hycon camera and everything works okay.

028:00:49 CC
Okay. Beautiful. We don't have anything else for you at the moment.

028:46:44 LMP
Houston, 13.

028:46:49 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

028:46:56 LMP
Okay. We'd like to get the FM up now to look at some inside pictures there.

028:47:04 CC
Okay. Stand by and I'll get a GO on this.

028:47:57 CC
13, Houston.

028:48:01 LMP
Go ahead.

028:48:02 CC
That's acceptable, Fred, and meanwhile, when you guys are ready to copy, we've got an MCC-2 pad for you.

028:48:13 LMP
Okay. Standby 1.

028:48:15 CC
Roger that. And also if you can go to POO and ACCEPT conveniently, we'd like to uplink.

028:48:31 LMP
Okay. You've got it.

028:48:33 CC

028:49:06 LMP
Okay, Joe. You can go ahead with the P30 pad.

028:49:11 CC
Okay. Here we go. MCC-2, SPS/G&N: 63634; plus 0.96, minus 0.23; 030:40:49.00; minus 0021.7, minus 0001.7, minus 0008.0; 080, 164 326; N/A N/A; 0023.2, 0:03.5 - We'll give you half'a second on the burn time because it's so short - 0018.5; 44, 135.9, 28.1; and the rest is N/A. Comments: set stars 31 and 23; roll aline 288 pitch 205, yaw 034; no ullage, LM weight 33499! and over.

028:51:02 LMP
Okay. MCC-2, SPS/G&N: 63634; plus 0.96 minus 0.23, 030:40:49.00; minus 0021.7, minus 0001.7, minus 0008.0; 080, 164, 326; N/A N/A; 0023.2, burn time 0:03.5, 0018.5; 44, 135.9, 28.1; and the rest N/A. Set stars 31, 23; roll aline 288, pitch 205, yaw 034; no ullage, LM weight 33499.

028:52:11 CC
Roger. Readback correct. I have two more short comments on them, but I want to wait just a second and make sure I understand them before I pass them to you.

028:52:25 LMP

028:52:45 CC
Okay, Fred; Houston.

028:52:50 LMP
Go ahead.

028:52:51 CC
The two additional comments were just that, first of all, they biased DELTA-Vc by minus 0.34 feet per second based on your EMS null bias checks. That's just for information. And the second one also for information is that your targeted pericynthion is 60 miles after this correction.

028:53:25 LMP
Okay, understand. For Jack's information the EMS DELTA-V bias is 3.4, and our targeted pericynthion after this maneuver is 60 miles.

028:53:41 CC
That's correct on the pericynthion. The EMS bias is 0.34, very small.

028:53:48 LMP
Okay. 0.34 on the EMS DELTA-V bias.

028:53:53 CC
Roger. And--

028:53:56 CMP
Hey, Joe, we'll give - -

028:53:58 CC
Go ahead, Jack - -

028:53:59 CMP
We'll give you - we'll give you the read - we'll give you the results of another null bias test for comparative purposes right before the - oh, at the proper time.

028:54:08 CC
Okay. Real fine; and the computer is yours.

028:54:12 CMP
Okay. Thank you. Going BLOCK.

029:00:04 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13. Are you copying the torquing angles on the P52?

029:00:08 CC
Okay, Jack. Give us a second.

029:00:26 CC
And, 13, Houston. We have them. You can torque them.

029:00:30 CMP
Okay, Joe. Time of torquing 29 hours 0 minute 30 seconds.

029:00:36 CC
Roger that.

029:29:35 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

029:29:39 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

029:29:40 CC
Hey, you've got a new CAPCOM on now with the Black Crew, and we have about three items to give you. Jack.

029:29:50 CMP
Okay. Stand by 1. Are these updates or what?

029:29:56 CC
I'm going to give you some high gain antenna angles for TV and the rest is just information, general words.

029:30:08 CDR
Go ahead ...

029:30:10 CC
Okay. Burn attitude for TV, your pitch and yaw angles are as follows: PITCH minus l - minus 69 YAW 180, HIGH GAIN.

029:30:26 CMP

029:30:27 CC
Okay. Second point is that you're GO for MCC-2 Everything's looking good here.

029:30:34 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

029:30:36 CC
And the last item's for Jack. Jack, the preliminary indications are that you can get a 60-day extension on your - filing your income tax if you're out of the country.

029:30:54 CMP
That's good news. I guess I qualify.

029:31:00 CC
Yes, we were just looking at the map, and you're south of Florida so you're not in the country now. But we wondered how about your car tags. Have you taken care of those?

029:31:20 CMP
Yes, I did, as a matter of fact. I think I did!

029:31:28 LMP
Known as, "plan ahead."

029:31:30 CC
Okay. Good.

029:31:52 CC
And, Apollo 13, Houston. Recommend OMNI Alfa until you get to the burn attitude.

029:32:00 CMP
Oay. OMNI Alfa.

029:40:32 CMP
Okay, Houston; Apollo 13.

029:40:34 CC
13, go ahead.

029:40:38 CMP
Okay, Vance. The EMS DELTA-V pass passive, the results of the no-bias pass in 100 seconds, have been from 100 to 101.5.

029:40:52 CC
Roger. Copy plus 100 to plus 101.5, and that agrees fairly closely with the last one, as I recall.

029:41:00 CMP
Okay. Fine.

029:45:46 CMP
Okay, Houston. We're at P40 burn attitude. Jim is on the sextant star check, and we do have a star in the sextant.

029:45:56 CC
Roger, Jack. Copy. Very good.

029:46:02 CMP
But we could't tell you whether it's 44 or not.

029:46:08 CC

029:46:44 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13. We're a little bit ahead of ourselves. Do we have a GO to do the fuel cell purge and the waste water dump?

029:46:57 CC
Jack, that's affirm. You have a GO for those.

029:47:01 CMP
Okay. We're on our way.

029:50:14 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

029:50:18 CDR
Go ahead.

029:50:21 CC
Jim, battery A is charged now. Whenever you want to unhook it will be fine with us.

029:50:28 CDR

030:12:04 CMP
Houston, 13. Are you still planning to have TV at the scheduled time?

030:12:16 CC
Okay, 13; Houston. That's affirm. At the flight- plan-scheduled time.

030:12:21 CMP
Okay. All right. We've got a beautiful sight we want to show you.

030:12:36 CC

030:12:47 CC
13, Houston. You can go ahead with the TV now- We're standing by.

030:13:03 CMP
Okay. Here it comes.

030:13:04 CC

030:13:53 CC
Okay. Jack. It's coming in, and it's right in the center of our screen.

030:14:00 CMP
Okay, Vance.

030:14:04 LMP
Can you - Think you could guess what that might be, Vance? Better than Charlie?

030:14:14 CC
I don't want to start flipping coins at this point.

030:14:21 CMP
Okay, Vance. We're pointed just a little ways off from looking directly at the Moon. Jim is holding the camera through window 3. The Sun is coming at about 40 degrees off our left side, and what we are going to show you in just a minute is about 30 seconds of waste water dump and just show you just what it looks like. It's really fantastic.

030:14:49 CC
Okay. We'd like to see that.

030:15:29 CC
Okay. We saw some droplets speeding out for a little while, Jack. Now we don't see anything.

030:15:40 CDR
Actually, Vance, what you're looking at is solid water droplets coming out just about all the time. It lights up the whole sky around the Moon. It's just far too fine for you to see. Now I think they're coming out a little thicker.

030:15:53 CC
Okay. Yes, we see those.

030:16:01 CDR
Jack's complaining about seeing stars.

030:16:16 CC
FIDO says he can understand why that would perturbate a trajectory now.

030:16:26 CDR
It's amazing watching these little frozen droplets maneuver. They seem to go in all directions, but finally after they get out a certain ways, settle down and they all seem to be traveling in the same direction.

030:16:42 CC
Right. That's coming in real well.

030:16:51 CDR
The objects in the foreground are parts of the LM that you're looking at.

030:17:11 CDR
The camera is now going to ...

030:17:18 CC
We can just barely see those parts of the LM. They must be in a shadow.

030:17:34 CDR
Okay. Now you are looking at a thruster quad at the lower part of your screen.

030:17:41 LMP
I've got the f-stop all the way open now, Vance; that' s quad - quad 1 you' re looking at with the LM should - The Moon should be in view just over the top of the quad.

030:17:58 CC
Right. We see the nozzle of the quad, but it's dark and it's not easy to see.

030:18:28 CC
13, Houston. INCO suggests you try AVERAGE if you're in PEAK to see if that gives us a better picture.

030:18:41 LMP
Okay. We're in AVERAGE now.

030:19:02 CC
I think that helps out. We can see it better.

030:19:23 CC
Okay. Now, 13, request you either move it away from the bright area or else move it back to PEAK. Over.

030:20:08 LMP
Okay, Vance. I cranked the focus down a little bit. Is the quad coming in any better now?

030:20:17 CC
It's coming in about the same, Fred, and you're a little weak now on the COMM.

030:20:32 CC
We could see when you went back to PEAK.

030:20:38 LMP
And I'm now ... all the way out.

030:20:50 CC
Okay. We could see you zoom in on the Moon, and it's near the center of our screen, just a little to the left. Very clear.

030:21:09 LMP
Yes. I show it just about at 38.

030:21:16 CC
We can't tell if it's gray or light brown, though.

030:21:33 LMP
Do you have your grid down there, Vance?

030:21:43 CC
That's negative, Fred.

030:21:48 LMP

030:22:31 LMP
I don't know if you can make out the features there, Vance, on the Moon, but it looks like the terminators are at central plains area somewhere around Descartes, maybe.

030:22:45 CC
Okay. We're - We see it just as a bright portion of the lunar disk, and it looks a lot like you see it from Earth. Very bright. We are unable to see any features at all.

030:23:09 LMP
It's pretty much the same with the eyeballs in here, and it looks a little bigger now. But the only way I could see it very good at all was with the monocular, a little while ago.

030:23:31 CC
Okay, Fred. Very good. We'd be interested to seeing the cabin when you get ready for that, too.

030:23:39 LMP
Okay. I'll set up now.

030:23:59 CDR
And, Vance, we're counting down to midcourse-2, we're up to, in our checklist, to minus 6 minutes to go.

030:24:08 CC
Roger. Minus 6 minutes. Understand you're about ready to turn on the gimbal motors and all that sort of thing. Okay. We see the computer now in the upper middle part of the - the panel. I think we see somebody's checklist in the center couch. It must be Jim holding the checklist.

030:24:39 LMP
Right. And what Jim's holding now, he's got a pen in his hand we've rigged on a string, as sort of a simple-minded accelerometer. This burn's pretty short and I'm not sure even that's going to show very much. But we'll see if it'll stretch out at the end of its string.

030:25:02 CC
Yes. We see the pencil at the top of the picture floating around. And Jack's coming into view now.

030:25:10 LMP
And I've gone back - Okay, I've gone back to AVERAGE now and ... pitch up.

030:25:18 CC

030:28:08 LMP
Now in a few minutes, Vance, I guess we'll see how about the only system we haven't used yet works. Everything else sure has worked mighty fine.

030:28:20 CC
Right. The spacecraft's really working nicely. Okay. We're picking up panel 2 now. Still a little bit of the checklist.

030:28:57 LMP
Wondering if you can pick up the caution array there?

030:29:00 CC
Right. We just saw your - your testing of the caution and warning system at the left-hand side of the panel on our TV. See the lights all flash on. You're doing it again.

030:29:54 CC
You mission timer's showing up as a - a brilliant green in the upper left-hand part of the picture.

030:30:12 LMP
Roger. I got the camera kind of canted on you here, Vance.

030:30:19 CMP
Vance, Jim's going to go to VOX now.

030:30:22 CDR
Vance, how do you -

030:30:23 CC
Roger. Read you loud and clear, Jim.

030:30:28 CDR
Okay. We'll - what we'll do - We'll be on VOX for the remainder of the burn and preburn countdown.

030:30:38 SC

030:30:40 CDR
... And what we're waiting for is 54 minutes on our counter or 20 which would be minus - -

030:30:58 CC
Jim, we hear clipping on your VOX. Could you adjust it so that you're coming in continuously all the time?

030:31:08 CDR
Okay. Stand by 1.

030:31:17 CDR
1, 2, 3, 4, 5. How's that, Vance?

030:31:21 CC
Okay. That's better.

030:32:04 CMP
Vance, how do you read the CMP on VOX?

030:32:07 CC
Jack, read you loud and clear.

030:32:10 CMP
Okay. Fine.

030:32:21 CDR
We show minus 8-1/2 minutes.

030:32:25 CC
Roger. Houston copies. 01 06 32 44 SC Close

030:33:00 LMP
Is that too close, Vance, or can you make out the SPS engine panel now?

030:33:06 CC
We can see your fuel and oxidizer gages and hydrogen/oxygen gages at the top of the picture and the PUGS, but it isn't coming in in focus too well. It's a little dim.

030:33:20 LMP
Yes. I think the problem is I'm about 2 feet and it doesn't go down but to 4.

030:33:32 CC
Right. We understand that's the panel right in front of your face.

030:33:43 CDR
Okay. Vance, stand by for the main ...

030:33:49 LMP
Okay. We're minus 7 minutes.

030:33:53 CC

030:34:25 CC
Fred, the focus is good enough that we can see the position of your four ball valves at the top of the picture for the big SPS engine.

030:34:37 CDR
What would you like to watch, Vance?

030:34:43 CMP
Hopefully, you'll see the - or we'll see the two on the left here, set A, go on here directly - -

030:34:51 LMP
Minus 6 minutes.

030:34:52 CDR
MAIN BUS TIES, two, ON, Fred. Okay. SPS HELIUM VALVE, two, AUTO and checked AUTO barber pole. TVC SERVO POWER is 1, ACl/MAIN A; 2, AC2/MAIN B.

030:35:04 CMP

030:35:06 LMP

030:35:07 CDR

030:35:11 CMP
Number 2, AC.

030:35:12 CDR

030:35:13 CMP

030:35:15 CDR
BMAGs, three, ATT l/RATE 2.

030:35:20 CMP

030:35:21 CDR

030:35:23 CMP

030:35:24 CDR
And arm your hand controller.

030:35:27 CMP
RHC armed.

030:35:29 CDR
Okay. Let's do a primary TVC check.

030:35:34 CMP
Fred, are you ready to start primary?

030:35:36 LMP
Okay. Go ahead on primaries.

030:35:38 LMP
Okay. PITCH 1, START. 01 06 35 40 IMP Good.

030:35:41 LMP

030:35:42 LMP
That one's good.

030:35:45 LMP
Thumbwheel control. 0.96 plus O.96 minus 0.23.

030:35:51 LMP
That's affirm. Check MTVC.

030:35:54 LMP
MTVC checked. Okay.

030:35:56 LMP

030:35:57 LMP
THC - -

030:35:58 LMP
... C - -

030:35:59 LMP
- - TRIM returns to NEUTRAL.

030:36:03 LMP
Clockwise on the translation controller. ^

030:36:05 LMP
Mine? No MTVC.

030:36:06 LMP
No MTVC. Okay.

030:36:07 LMP
Starting ...

030:36:08 LMP

030:36:09 LMP
Okay. 01 06 36 10 IMP Go ahead.

030:36:11 LMP

030:36:12 LMP

030:36:13 LMP

030:36:14 LMP
Okay. Both good.

030:36:15 LMP
Good. Good trim control. Minus O.96, plus 0.96, minus 0.23.

030:36:22 LMP

030:36:23 LMP

030:36:30 LMP
Good. No MTVC.

030:36:31 LMP

030:36:33 LMP

030:36:34 LMP

030:36:36 LMP

030:36:38 LMP

030:36:39 LMP

030:36:41 LMP

030:36:42 LMP
Okay. BMAGs, you got three, RATE 2? Okay, we'll proceed for final trim.

030:36:54 LMP
MAG's where we are.

030:36:55 LMP
Okay. BMAG MODEs, three, ATT l/RATE 2.

030:36:58 LMP

030:36:59 LMP
... ENTER. Okay. We'll do the GIMBAL TEST OPTION.

030:37:04 LMP

030:37:05 LMP

030:37:06 LMP
Plus 2, minus 2,0, plus 2, 2, 0.

030:37:17 LMP
Yes. We can hear and feel the engine gimbal as we do the test.

030:37:22 LMP
Roger. Good - -

030:37:24 LMP

030:37:25 LMP
- - ... relay cut in and TRIM is set.

030:37:28 LMP

030:37:30 LMP

030:37:34 LMP
RATE, HIGH and update the DET.

030:37:36 LMP

030:37:37 LMP
Let's check it.

030:37:38 LMP
Okay. We're coming up on 3 minutes. I'll give you a Mark.

030:37:41 LMP
Fair enough.

030:37:50 LMP

030:37:51 LMP
Three minutes. DET is good.

030:37:53 LMP
Okay. We're set.

030:37:58 LMP
At 58, we want DELTA-V THRUST A to NORMAL.

030:38:05 LMP
Jim, Houston. You're looking good down here. G) for the burn.

030:38:10 LMP
Right, Vance.

030:38:50 LMP
Okay. Two minutes. DELTA-V thrust - -

030:38:52 LMP

030:38:53 LMP

030:38:55 LMP

030:39:09 LMP
It's running.

030:39:51 LMP
Minus 1 minute.

030:39:52 LMP
Okay. .. .

030:40:17 LMP

030:40:19 LMP
EMS mode to NORMAL.

030:40:21 LMP

030:40:22 LMP
Standing by for ENTER ENABLE.

030:40:46 LMP

030:40:51 LMP
Two balls.

030:40:56 LMP
Okay. Shutdown.

030:40:57 LMP

030:40:58 LMP
Okay. Let's get the residuals. Okay, Houston, there are the residuals.

030:41:10 LMP
Okay; gimbal motors.

030:41:12 LMP
Okay. Copy residuals.

030:41:13 LMP
... secondaries.

030:41:15 LMP
Okay. Go.

030:41:16 LMP
Okay. YAW 2. 01 06 41 18 IMP Good.

030:41:19 LMP

030:41:20 LMP
That's good.

030:41:23 LMP

030:41:24 LMP
On LOW BIT RATE. Start. Go with the primaries.

030:41:30 LMP
Okay. YAW 1.

030:41:31 LMP
That's good.

030:41:32 LMP

030:41:33 LMP

030:41:34 LMP

030:41:35 LMP
- - is OFF. Okay. Record the DELTA-Vc. You got that?

030:41:38 LMP
Okay. You got the - You got the DELTA-V in minus 3.7.

030:41:41 LMP

030:41:43 LMP
Proceeding now.

030:41:44 LMP

030:41:45 LMP

030:41:47 LMP

030:41:48 LMP

030:41:49 LMP
Two OFF.

030:41:50 LMP

030:41:52 LMP

030:41:53 LMP
I'm already in low bit rate.

030:41:54 LMP

030:41:56 LMP
Yes, we were on those ... so that we had less than 0.2.

030:42:02 LMP
Okay. Houston copied your residuals, very low.

030:42:13 LMP
Okay. Fuel is l.O; oxidizer 0.25; the OX unbalance is reading on the decrease, which doesn't mean very much, and I guess that wasn't too much for a push there, Vance. I didn't see the accel- erometer do a whole lot and it was a little surprising how slowly the injector valves opened, at least on the indicators.

030:42:44 LMP
Roger. That was a very short burn. Request you give us a sweep across the panel when you get a chance, Fred. Let us see Jack and Jim again. Over.

030:42:56 LMP

030:42:57 LMP
Okay, Vance, I was going to show you on - wonder if the folks might - down there might be interested in how we find out how far we're away from the Moon. Going to do that right now in program 21 here.

030:43:09 LMP

030:43:11 LMP
I'm asking the computer how far away we are. And the computer is telling me we're 121 490 miles out.

030:43:21 LMP
Okay. That agrees fairly closely with our map on the wall.

030:43:30 LMP
I'm glad. That means you're tracking us too.

030:43:38 LMP
And if you didn't see our residuals, it was 0.1 X, 0.2 on Y, and 0.1 Z, and DELTA-Vc was minus 3.8.

030:44:01 LMP
Jack, Houston. We show you down here 121 thou- sand miles 520 out. So I guess we all agree.

030:44:12 LMP
Okay. Real good, Vance. What I'm going to do is give you a shot of Fred.

030:44:23 LMP
If we can get all the wiring out of the way.

030:44:27 LMP
The big problem here is, when you move the TV around, this wire follows you like a snake here.

030:44:35 LMP
Yes, we have Fred now. Looks like he has a lariat there, getting ready to rope the checklist.

030:44:47 LMP
That's only half of it. We have most of it hidden away. It's been pretty interesting doing all the camera work here to get a little extra training running the TV here, hopefully for when we get on the ground at Fra Mauro. The monitor does make it pretty easy though.

030:45:12 LMP
Right. That's a real advantage in the cockpit. You're just a little bit dark. It looks like it might help to have the f-stop run down about one increment. See how it comes out - -

030:45:26 LMP
Can't do it, we're wide open.

030:45:27 LMP
Are you?

030:45:29 LMP
I think we're wide open - -

030:45:30 LMP
Yes. We're wide open, Vance.

030:45:42 LMP
Okay. Does that help any, Vance?

030:45:45 LMP
Okay. It's reasonablly good. We can make out Fred fairly well. Looks like he's in a shadow. Hey, that helps. You just turned up the lights, huh?

030:45:55 LMP
Yes. We went fixed on the - -

030:45:59 LMP
Okay. You're on candid camera.

030:46:05 LMP
We did notice one thing, Vance. You know that new fad with long hair? It won't work too well up here in space.

030:46:15 LMP
What was that one again?

030:46:18 LMP
I say, you know the new - the new fad with long hair?

030:46:21 LMP

030:46:22 LMP
It doesn't work too well up in space, you can't comb your hair up here.

030:46:27 LMP
Well, I guess you have to give up something.

030:46:36 LMP
Well, at least it - it helps to try. We can see you trying to comb your hair there, Jim. It looks like your - your beards haven't come along to the point where you've had to use the razor though.

030:46:51 LMP
Well, we've been debating that. We thought we'd take care of our beards tomorrow and make that one of our daily routines.

030:47:06 LMP
I take it that was a subtle hint, Vance.

030:47:11 LMP
No, no. We're not commenting on your appearance, Fred. I mean nothing derogatory, understand.

030:47:20 LMP
And, Vance, thought we'd get a picture of Jack just so that all the girls know that he's still here.

030:47:30 LMP

030:47:31 LMP

030:47:34 LMP
Yes, we - we appreciate that. There he is. Big Jack.

030:47:57 LMP
Jack, you're in the shadow right now; we have a little bit of interference from your window, which is very bright, so we can't - I think you're smiling, but it's a little hard to tell. 01 06 48 11 CDR ...

030:48:19 LMP
Hey, there we go. Incidentally, we've been getting all kinds of bits of information to pass up to you. We've had baseball scores coming in, basketball. Somebody said there's 220 days, shopping days left until Christmas.

030:48:46 LMP
Yes. Who won the Masters, Vance?

030:48:56 LMP
It was a tie in the Masters and stand by. It was a tie between Littler and Casper after 72 holes, and there is going to be a playoff Monday, we understand.

030:49:16 LMP
Oh. Sounds good.

030:49:35 LMP
One thing the world might be interested in knowing is what you do after the burn in the way of configuring switches back. We - We heard you go through the checklist. But, I guess right now, basically, you probably have all the switches back in position and you're in the mode to con- tinue on with - Okay. What does the flight plans say? You're going to be doing cislunar naviga- tion. So, Jack you're going to be down in the LEB. Is that correct?

030:50:12 LMP
That's right, Vance. Be going down there shortly.

030:50:30 LMP
Okay. The TV now is all but black. Looks like it must be pointing into a shadow.

030:50:39 LMP
What he's doing, he's trying to give you one more shot of the Moon, and right now I'm setting to maneuver pad and the optics calibration attitude.

030:50:47 LMP

030:50:55 LMP
And what I wanted to point out, I don't know if it's apparent, but ... to show the advantage of doing all the dumps just before the burn, we're looking again at the same scene over quad 1 at the Moon. And now you don't see all the sparkly frozen particles outside there any more. We've sort of run off and left them.

030:51:22 LMP
Roger. We - We don't see anything out there any- more in the way of particles leaving the spacecraft. We'd suggest, maybe you zoom the Moon in a little bit again so we can see the shape of it better.

030:51:59 LMP
Okay. That brings the Moon in. We can see the terminator at the top of the melon-shaped disk.

030:52:11 LMP
Okay. Now you can see a few of the spark - sparkling particles going across the screen. Those are being emitted from the thrusters. Jack's maneuvering the spacecraft now.

030:52:34 LMP
Okay. We can see those very poorly. Well, actually, they are coming in better now. It looks like little specks going from the upper left part of the screen across to the right, and understand those are from the thrusters.

030:52:52 LMP
That's affirm.

030:54:12 LMP
Okay, 13; Houston. Just as an item of interest, advise your speed with respect to the Earth is now 4667 feet per second.

030:54:29 LMP
Okay. Thanks, Vance.

030:55:01 LMP
Okay, Apollo 13; Houston. The Moon has been in and out of the - the - our screen here. Right now it's off at the bottom side, but we can still see the particles coming off of the spacecraft.

030:55:20 LMP
Okay. I am going to have to pull it out the window now, Vance. The Sun's coming up on the right side.

030:55:26 LMP
Roger. Understand. You - -

030:55:27 LMP
Do you want to see any shots down in the LEB, Vance?

030:55:31 LMP
Say again.

030:55:35 LMP
Do you want to see any of the photographs or do you want the TV down in the LEB?

030:55:40 LMP
That's right, Jim. It would be good to see what you are doing down in the LEB or the far corner of the spacecraft where the optics are. Might be interesting to describe what you will do in the next few minutes in the way of sighting.

030:55:59 LMP
Okay, Vance. First we are going to give you a shot of the sleep station.

030:56:22 LMP
Okay. The camera's bounced around a little, but we can see the green computer come in every once in a while.

030:56:59 LMP
While Jack is getting the sleep station rolled up, I thought I would show you one interesting corner. We've got a temporary stowage bag here and that's where all our wastepaper and all that goes while we're - after every meal. It's in the right-hand corner down by our dump system.

030:57:16 LMP
Roger. Understand. We're looking at the wastebasket.

030:57:26 LMP
And the age-old question that is always asked us is how do we get rid of liquid waste and that line that you see, I think you can see it now, it goes right outside where we open up the overboard drain dump, and all of our waste products, liquid waste products, go out through that line and get dumped overboard.

030:57:45 LMP
Roger. Understand, and we can see somebody's foot, as well.

030:57:51 LMP
Okay. Fred is now going down there, and he is going to try to get underneath the sleep station on his side where we have a sleep restraint. And the whole object of that is to ... to position the body between the - between the bottom of the spacecraft and - so it doesn't float up between that and the bottom of the couch.

030:58:14 LMP
Roger. The sleep restraint of the hammock is corning into view underneath the couch. It's the white object.

030:58:27 LMP
You perhaps can see the zipper of the hammock right now. It's the black lines in that white object.

030:58:34 LMP
Right. We can see it.

030:58:39 LMP
These hammocks, by the way, are very comfortable. When we first heard about them in the design of Apollo, we thought they weren't necessary, but they turned out to be very nice devices to sleep in.

030:59:15 LMP
I'm trying now to get down there with Fred to show you how it works. I keep floating up, though, but maybe we can get a little shot here.

030:59:42 LMP
Okay. We have somebody upside down in the photograph now. Realizing, of course, in - in space there is no really rightside up or upside down. It still looks that way to us.

031:00:10 LMP
Okay. That's - That's Fred now- I'm trying to put him rightside up, for you folks back there in the sleep station. Fred, would you move your hands there so the folks back home can see you?

031:00:23 LMP
Okay. That's coming in real clear, Jim. We see Fred in the sleep restaint - restraint.

031:00:36 LMP
As a matter of fact, Vance, I find my - I find Fred down there all the time.

031:00:44 LMP
Yes. I can see he appreciates that. Looks fairly comfortable.

031:01:08 LMP
Looks like there is a lot of room down there, considering all the boxes on the floor and underneath the couch.

031:01:16 LMP
It's surprising. There still is quite a bit of room down there even with the Hycon camera box down. And now, I'm going to bring the camera back up.

031:01:55 LMP
Okay, Vance. If there is no more that you would Ike to see right now, we'll terminate our little TV for you today.

031:02:01 LMP
Okay. Thank you very much, Jim. Appreciated seeing inside the spacecraft and getting a look at the Moon that you're rapidly approaching.

031:02:13 LMP
Roger. This is Odyssey saying goodby.

031:05:36 LMP
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:05:41 LMP
Go ahead, Houston.

031:05:44 LMP
Okay. At your convenience we have an item to give you which will have to be copied. It's information on how to photograph Comet Bennett at time 32 hours GET. Over.

031:06:02 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1 minute.

031:06:03 LMP

031:07:02 LMP
Okay, Vance. Go ahead.

031:07:06 CC
Okay. Time 32 hours 00 minutes GET. Instructions at completion of P23, maneuver to following attitude: roll 101.0, pitch 090.0, yaw 000.0. High gain antenna angles will be: pitch minus 23, yaw 93. Use normal PTC procedures to dampen rates. After vehicle's stable, and before spinup, take photographs of Comet Bennett. Use the DAC on the sextant with magazine G. That is, very high-speed black-and-white film, right? That's the dim-light film. Take three photos, one each at 5-, 20-, and 60-seconds' time exposure. Use AUTO optics. NOUN 88 values are Rl plus 34717, R2 minus 08028; plus 35075. Take three photos one each at 5-, 20-, and 60-second time exposure using manual optics. Shaft will be 000.8 degrees, trunnion 12.5 degrees. Comment: Strip off about 50 frames; that is, 2 seconds of - at 24 feet per second before the first frame and after the last frame of the photos. That is, 2 second - 2 seconds at 24 frames per second - before the first frame and after the last frame of photos.

031:07:13 LMP
Is that it, Vance?

031:11:15 CC
And that's all.

031:11:19 LMP
Okay. The time is - The event will be at 32:00; and we're to maneuver to the following attitude; roll 101.0, pitch 090.0, yaw all zips. High gain angles will be pitch minus 23, yaw 93. And we're to use normal PTC procedures to damp the rates. And after damping the rates and before spinup, we're to put the DAC on the sextant with the magazine G, very high-speed black and white film. Then, we're to take three photos, one each at 5-, 20-, and 60-seconds' time exposure using audio - AUTO optics. Our NOUN 88 values Rl plus 34717, R2 minus 08028, plus 35075. Thence, three more photos, one each at 5-, 20-, 60-seconds' time exposure using manual optics. Shaft 0.8 degrees, trunnion 12.5 degrees. And we're to take 2 - second bursts at 24 frames per second, before and after these pictures.

031:12:49 CC
Your readback is correct, Fred.

031:20:14 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:20:18 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

031:20:21 CC
Jim, for PTC tonight, request that you disable quads C and D. That's the opposite of last night. Over.

031:20:36 CDR
Okay. For PTC tonight, disable quads C and D.

031:20:40 CC
Roger. And advise in approximately an hour, we'll have some read-ups whenever you're ready to take them regarding solo book changes.

031:20:53 CDR
Okay. We'll be standing by for it.

031:20:56 CC

031:30:52 LMP
Houston, 13.

031:30:54 CC
Go ahead, 13.

031:31:00 LMP
Have you all got a chance to look at the data on the SPS yet?

031:31:06 CC
Stand by 1, Fred.

031:31:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:31:44 LMP
Go ahead.

031:31:47 CC
Fred, it looks good, but they haven't had a chance to evaluate everything. They'll probably be finished with looking at strip charts in about 15 minutes, and after that we'll try to get back with you.

031:32:01 LMP
Okay. Thank you.

031:32:03 CC

031:36:44 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:36:48 CMP
Go ahead.

031:36:50 CC
On the P33, just like to verify that you changed the NOUN 88 values for this last star. It looks like they haven't been changed. Over. F

031:37:06 CMP
Okay, Vance.

031:37:10 CDR
That's better. Let's read you what we - what ve have. We have what they had in the flight plan, and if it's been changed from the flight plan, we don't have it.

031:37:29 CC
Stand by 1.

031:38:09 CDR
We think you're right, Vance. It looks like they used the same set of NOUN 88 for both stars by mistake.

031:38:16 CC
Okay, very good.

031:44:04 CMP
Okay, Vance. That ought to complete the P23s, right?

031:44:07 CC
Okay. Very good, Jack.

031:44:37 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:44:42 CMP
Go ahead, Houston.

031:44:44 CC
We have some results on your - your first star, if you'd like to hear them. The rest of the stars we'll - we'll have to give you in a couple of hours. Over.

031:44:58 CMP
Go ahead.

031:44:59 CC
Okay, the first star: the corrected altitude, 15 kilometers plus or minus 4; effective altitude, 12 kilometers plus or minus 7. As far as the substellar point, the value is arc-minutes - 2 arc-minutes, and that's very good. And, like I said, we'll get back with you in a couple of hours for the rest.

031:56:31 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

031:56:36 CMP
Go ahead.

031:56:37 CDR
Go ahead.

031:56:38 CC
Okay. We have several items, here. First, is a reminder on the PTC that P^ should be 375 - 0.375 degrees as last night, to get 0.3-degree rotation rate. The second one - -

031:57:00 CMP
Okay. Copy that.

031:57:02 CC
Okay. The second one, at 32 hours looking at Bennett's Comet - we want the pictures taken when the spacecraft is as stable as it's going to be before starting PTC. The stability requirement is very high. We weren't sure if you understood that from what we passed up. In addition, the photographs might not show as much as the eye can see of the comet, so if you see anything interesting about the structure of the comet, why, sketching it is in order and is encouraged. Over.

031:57:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. What we'll do is, when we get to attitude, we'll disable the quads and do like we did last night; we'll let GUIDO and you people down there tell us when you think we are stable enough; then we'll do all this work with the DAC on the sextant, first; and then when we get that done, we'll go back and put the sextant eyepiece back on and see what we can observe visually.

031:58:18 CC
Okay. That sounds good. Also, while you are waiting for the vehicle to stabilize, it might be interesting to have the eyepiece on and be looking at it visually. Okay. Next item: your SPS burn had no anomalies whatsoever. It was a very good burn.

031:58:52 CMP
Okay. Very good.

031:58:55 CC
Next item: request hydrogen tank 1 HEATER OFF for balancing purposes.

031:59:22 CC
And Apollo 13, another item: something that we have observed and you might be seeing is a slight TCE fluctuation on fuel cell 3. This fluctuation has been going from about 152 to 160 over a 37-second period. It has been seen on other flights in the past. No one is worried about it, but the usual fluctuation is about 1-1/2 degrees instead of 7 seconds, so I thought you should be aware of it.

032:00:07 CMP
Okay, Vance. And one other slight distinction we've noted is the flow of hydrogen versus the oxygen is not exactly matched on fuel cell 3 either.

032:00:26 CC
Okay. We copy. And the last item: we'd like to send you an IRIG update, so at your convenience, request P00 and ACCEPT.

032:00:46 CMP
Okay. We are in P00 and ACCEPT, Vance.

032:00:49 CC

032:01:20 CMP
Quad C and D are disabled, Vance.

032:01:24 CC
Roger. Disabled. And down here, we see that your hydrogen and oxygen on the fuel cell are exactly matched, so we suspect it's purely a spacecraft read-out problem.

032:01:40 CMP

032:04:26 CMP
Okay, Vance, let us know when you're through with the DSKY so we can load NOUN 88?

032:04:40 CC
Roger. We'll let you know, Jack.

032:05:22 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. The computer's yours, again.

032:10:56 CC
Okay. You're go for the pictures.

032:11:01 CMP
Okay, Vance. We tried our AUTO OPTICS and couldn't pick it up there. We're pointing pretty much right into the Sun, and things are pretty well washed out. And I've gone to MANUAL OPTICS and I'm trying to get 0.8, 12.5 on the shaft and trunnion, and I still can't pick it up. So - it's very light in the sextant, so I kind of think maybe we're too near the Sun to see it.

032:11:28 CDR
That's right, Vance. The sextant is all - it's - it's all milky and it - any comet that could be seen through there is just going to be missed in the background.

032:11:41 CC
Okay, we copy that. We got some discussion. Stand by.

032:13:35 CMP
Okay, Vance, it isn't - we're not looking into the Sun - what we are getting is a large reflection from the Sun behind us off the LM; and it is - it is coming on that quad 1 there, and that quad is reflecting back into the sextant.

032:13:54 CC
Okay, Jack. Understand. Just a question: if you look through the telescope, can you see the comet at all? Over.

032:14:07 CMP
No, I can't, Vance. It's - it's still too light.

032:14:35 CC
Stand by.

032:17:45 LMP
Say, Vance?

032:17:50 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

032:17:55 LMP
Are the flowers blooming yet?

032:18:00 CC
Gee, I sure haven't seen any.

032:18:04 LMP

032:18:05 CC
Hey, we've - we've got quite a discussion down here on your trying to observe the comet, and this reflection is not unexpected. And give us another minute, and we'll be back with you on something on that.

032:18:26 CDR
Okay. I doubt very seriously though, if we take any photographs with high-speed black and white with the light coming into the sextant that you're going to get anything out of it.

032:18:42 CC
Okay. Unanimous opinion is that you're right, and we'll scratch all of this Bennett Comet stuff on the way out, with the hope that conditions will be more favorable after TEI. Over.

032:19:04 CDR
Sounds good. Without the LM, we may have a better chance.

032:19:10 CC

032:19:29 CC
And Apollo 13, you're GO for PTC. Your rates are very low according to what we can read.

032:19:38 CDR
Roger, Vance.

032:22:24 LMP
Okay. Are you going to give a call on OMNI B, Vance?

032:22:42 LMP
Do you read, Vance?

032:22:43 CC
Roger. Go ahead. Request OMNI B, Fred, and secure the high-gain antenna.

032:22:53 LMP
Okay. You got it.

032:22:55 CC

032:43:21 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

032:43:25 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

032:43:27 CC
Just something to think about. In about 30 minutes, we can generate the pads that we have yet to send up before the sleep period, so we could support an earlier sleep period if you so desired. And - but, it will take us 30 minutes to get that stuff. The other thing is any time you're ready to copy, I can read up the solo book changes. Over - And, also, two pages in the flight plan.

032:44:01 CDR
Okay, Vance. We're about ready to copy the solo book changes and the flight plan changes, and whenever your pads are ready, we'll take those. And as far as moving up the sleep period, that's fine, but we'll - if we don't go to sleep right away, we'll use it to get out some of our lunar maps and study them.

032:44:21 CC
Okay. And we'll get busy getting those pads for you as soon as possible then, and I'll stand by on the copying bit.

032:47:28 CDR
Okay, Vance, I'm ready to copy the solo book changes there.

032:47:37 CC
Okay. First, turn to page 12. On the right-hand side of the page, starting from the middle of the page down, everything under "Cycle 5 frames. Replace dark side or dark slide" should be deleted until you get to the very bottom of the page where you have "Acquisition MSFN OMNI D" and that should remain in. Also, leave in "Remove window shades," which is about the third line down from where you start.

032:48:37 CMP
Okay. Okay. Then from "Cycle 5 frames. Replace dark slide," from there on down, delete.

032:48:50 CC
That's everything from there on down, with the exception of "Remove window shades" and at the bottom "Acquisition MSFN OMNI D."

032:49:10 CMP
Okay. Copy.

032:49:12 CC
And that includes in the margin to the left, the "DAP load" that's at the very start there and the "0.0507" and "plus 0500," farther down.

032:49:31 CMP
Okay. Got it.

032:49:34 CC
Okay. Going to page 13.

032:49:39 CMP

032:49:42 CC
Okay, in the left margin, just below 105 hours GET, cross out the "0507" and the "plus 0500," and below that, add in "DAP load" as follows: "10111 and 11111."

032:50:11 CMP
Okay. Got it.

032:50:13 CC
Okay. Now, next, at about 105:05, there's a "VERB 48." That should be moved up to 105, and below that, the "VERB 49 maneuver" should be moved up, too.

032:50:42 CMP
Okay. That "VERB 48" should be moved up to 105:05 and also the "VERB 49."

032:50:50 CC
That should be moved up to 105:00. I'm sorry. Both.

032:50:56 CMP

032:50:57 CC
And what that does is give you more time to maneuver.

032:51:07 CC
Okay. Next.

032:51:09 CMP
All right.

032:51:10 CC
Page 14, right-hand side, near the bottom under "Orbital Science," scratch out "Verify DSE ON," and also delete "Visual target 3 on track l80 plus 19," and cross out the penned-in "D5."

032:51:43 CMP
Okay. Got it.

032:51:46 CC
Next, page 15, left-hand column, or left-hand side, rather, near the bottom, where it says "Configure cameras and tape" and goes down through "Replace dark slide." Just make the comment there, "Solar corona is optional." Over.

032:52:16 CMP
Okay. Got it.

032:52:19 CC
Okay, next page, 16. This is a continuation of the same solar-corona thing. On the right-hand side of the page, starting just above 107:40 with "VERB 49, maneuver to solar-corona attitude," from there on down to 107:55 just beneath "Replace dark slide," all of this is in an optional cate- gory. So you just might line off - -

032:53:03 CMP
All right. Got it.

032:53:04 CC
- - that and put "Optional, solar corona." Okay, next, page 17 - -

032:53:12 CMP

032:53:13 CC
- - starting at 108:00 on the left-hand side, line out "Stop ORB rate at ORB science attitude." At - Line out in the left-hand column the DAP load of "10101" and "11111." Going down to 108:10, add in the following: "Stop ORB rate at track attitude," and, in parentheses, "0, 353, 0." In the left-hand

032:54:14 CMP
Okay. 1

032:54:15 CC
Okay, in the left-hand column under 108:10, put in a DAP load in parentheses of "10101" and, under that, "11111."

032:54:33 CMP

032:54:35 CC
Beneath that, scratch out "Spacecraft control dash CMC AUTO verify." Scratch out the "VERB 79" and all in parentheses after that, like the "Minus 00507," et cetera. And beneath that, scratch out "PRO to start pitch rate." In paren- theses, "0, 230 slash 018, 0."

032:55:10 CMP

032:55:12 CC
Okay. Looking to the right, the LM attitude or rather the CSM attitude will be incorrect, so you can cross that off. And beneath the picture of the moon, cross out the - in parentheses, "108.19" and the "0, 230/018, 0."

032:55:39 CMP
All right.

032:55:41 CC
On the right-hand half of the page, cross out the "Orbital science block," and under that "Visual target 1 south of track TR." And under that, the penned-in "D2/3/4."

032:56:08 CMP
All right. Got it.

032:56:09 CC
And beneath that, cross out "VERB 49, maneuver to track attitude" by the "'C' 0, 353, 0" and the "HU,SCF."

032:56:28 CMP
All right.

032:56:30 CC
Okay. The information beneath that starting with "Configure camera earthshine photos" down through "Replace dark slides" is optional. So just put in "Earthshine optional" as a comment there, and in the camera settings, in the block that has "f:2.8 125, infinity," cross out the "125" and put in "one-eighth," 1 slash 8, in other words.

032:57:18 CMP
Okay, that last part was, cross out the "125" and put in "1/8." Is that right?

032:57:25 CC
That's affirm. Okay. Next page. No change. Go to page 19.

032:57:45 CMP

032:57:49 CC
Okay. On the right-hand side, from the "VERB 49, maneuver to earthshine attitude," down through everything up to "MSFN uplink," this is optional. This is "Earthshine optional."

032:58:19 CMP
All right. Got it.

032:58:21 CC
And once again, a camera-setting correction up near the top of that section that we called optional, where you have "bracket MIR f:0.9, 125," cross out the "125" and put in "1 slash 60." In other words, one-sixtieth. Over.

032:58:46 CMP
Okay. Cross out the "125" and put in "1 slash 60."

032:58:52 CC
That's correct. And further down at 109:50, where you have "Visual target 17," et cetera, cross out that line and cross out the penned-in "Dl7."

032:59:18 CMP

032:59:27 CC
Now, move to page 25.

032:59:53 CMP
Okay, go ahead, Vance.

032:59:54 CC
Okay. At about 114:10, everything under "Altitude set equals 60 miles" should have the comment "Solar corona, optional," and on that first line of that optional where it says "VERB 49, maneuver to solar corona and limb brightening attitude," cross out "And limb brightening attitude."

033:00:33 CMP

033:00:35 CC
Going further down to 114:16, cross out the "14 DAC 18 VHBW limb brightening" line and the line under that which is "BRKT, MIR," et cetera.

033:00:59 CMP
All right.

033:01:01 CC
In the block where it says "Solar corona and limb brightening photos," cross out "And limb brightening photos" and just put "Solar corona, optional."

033:01:23 CMP
Okay. Got it.

033:01:25 CC
Going a few lines below that where you see "DAC ON for 4 seconds at about 50 frame rate cover lens," cross that out.

033:01:50 CMP
Hey, Vance, we lost you there, or did you ...?

033:01:58 CC
Yes, I think we lost lock. We'll stand by a minute.

033:02:03 CMP
Okay, I got you back.

033:02:07 CC
Okay. Going on down, cross out "114:29:16, DAC ON, SR dash 40 seconds."

033:02:26 CMP

033:02:27 CC
And at the very bottom line on that half of the page should be crossed out which is "114:29:56, DAC OFF, SR."

033:02:42 CMP

033:02:43 CC
On the right-hand side of page 25, where you have the title "Solar corona and limb brightening photography," cross out "limb brightening photography."

033:02:57 CMP

033:02:58 CC
And in the figure, where you have the "DAC LOS" line, which is parallel to the X-axis on the horizon, cross out "DAC LOS" parallel to X-axis on horizon.

033:03:24 CMP
All right.

033:03:26 CC
And cross out the bottom block on that half of the page which is "DAC magazine percent required 12 magazines, g," et cetera.

033:03:42 CMP
All right.

033:03:45 CC
Next page, 26.

033:03:57 CMP
Go ahead.

033:03:58 CC
Okay. Cross out the top line on the right-hand side of that page, which is "DAC on for 4 seconds, 50 frame rate cover lens." And cross out the block to the right of that and down, which has "Magazine percent."

033:04:35 CMP
All right. Got it.

033:04:40 CC
Okay. Next, page 28.

033:05:08 CC
Ready to go?

033:05:10 CMP
Go ahead.

033:05:11 CC
Okay. On the left-hand side of page 28, at the very bottom, cross out "Photo target 5 north, frame f:5.6, 215, infinity," et cetera. All of that line over to the vertical strip. And cross out the penned-in "E4" below that.

033:06:02 CMP
Okay, go ahead.

033:06:04 CC
Okay, and the next page, 29, right-hand side near the top, cross out "Photo target 13, north at 5.6, 250," et cetera, all of that line. And cross out beneath that the penned-in "E5 slash 6."

033:06:27 CMP
All right.

033:06:29 CC
Going to page 30, next, left-hand side.

033:06:45 CMP
Go ahead.

033:06:47 CC
At the top at 127:01, cross out "Visual target 9 on track, 180 degrees, plus 0.47," and cross out the penned-in "Ell" beneath that.

033:07:08 CMP

033:07:10 CC
Going down to 127:11, cross out "Verify DSE ON." Beneath that a ways, cross out "127:14:20, start visual observations of Fra Mauro."

033:07:34 CMP
All right.

033:07:36 CC
Beneath that, cross out "Continue visual observa- tions," and cross out "Stop observations." And beneath that, cross out "Photo target 56 on track f:8, 250, infinity, 5," et cetera, to the end of that line. Cross out the "5.6" beneath that and the penned-in "El5."

033:08:12 CMP

033:08:14 CC
Over in the margin, to the left of all that, make a comment: "Delete visual only."

033:08:38 CMP
Where was that, Vance? I didn't get that last one.

033:08:42 CC
Okay. That's still on page 30, on the left-hand side. In the time - in the margin at the left where you have times, just pen in beneath the "127:10" the following: "Delete visual only." That's only a comment.

033:09:04 CMP
Okay. All right.

033:09:12 CC
Okay. Going to page 34.

033:09:27 CMP

033:09:31 CC
About - on the left-hand side about almost halfway down beneath the "VERB 49, maneuver to T0P0 target 54A," make the comment "Target 54A is optional."

033:09:54 CMP
All right. Got it.

033:09:56 CC
And, next, page 35, on the right-hand side. Everything from "Spacecraft control, CMC, AUTO, verify" on down should be given the comment "Zodiacal light photos optional."

033:10:32 CMP
All right.

033:10:35 CC
And, well, where you have the block in the middle of the page that says - the small block that says "Zodiacal light photos," just put "Optional" in that title, too.

033:10:48 CMP

033:10:50 CC
And, next, page 36, on the left-hand side.

033:11:00 CMP
Okay, go ahead.

033:11:03 CC
Okay. First a comment. In the middle of the page is where the zodiacal light stuff ends, just under VERB 48. And then, if you'll go down to the bottom of the page, cross out the line "Photo target 12 on track," et cetera, and cross out the "E5" that is below that line.

033:11:30 CDR
Okay, Vance, can I break in a minute?

033:11:33 CC

033:11:39 CDR
We have the CRYO PRESSURE light on now. The H2 has hit its lower bound, so do you want us to go back to AUTO on the H2 HEATER 1?

033:11:51 CC
Stand by.

033:12:14 CC
13, Houston.

033:12:18 CDR
All right, go ahead.

033:12:20 CC
They request that you leave that switch in the AUTO position until you go to bed tonight. Stand by. I mean in the ON position. I'll repeat that again. In the OFF position until you go to bed tonight for reasons that you have a 3-percent imbalance, and they'd like to get that more even. So, just before turning in, we'll change the switch to AUTO.

033:12:54 CDR

033:13:10 CMP
Okay, Vance, continue.

033:13:11 CC
Okay - -

033:13:12 CMP
Before we get away, would you ask FA0 - something I didn't get briefed on - what the penned-in E5 and those letters and numbers mean?

033:13:31 CC
Okay. Just 1 minute.

033:13:54 CC
Okay, we'll have comments on that for you in just a second.

033:14:00 CMP

033:15:00 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

033:15:01 CMP
Okay, Vance, I'm ready to continue. I'm ready. Go ahead.

033:15:06 CC
Okay, new subject. Like to break in to say that request you re-initialize the PTT - PTC. For some reason, it's gone up to 18 degrees in pitch and yaw both. We don't quite understand this. All we can think of is - start it again. Over.

033:15:27 CMP
Okay. We'll go back.

033:15:33 CC
Okay. We are at the - the end of the changes in the solo book, and I have two pages of changes in the flight plan. Those are pages 3-122 and 3-125. While you're looking that up, we'll put Ken on to answer your question.

033:16:01 CMP
Okay. I'll start back - let me start back re-initializing PTC here.

033:16:07 CC

033:16:59 CDR
Okay, Vance, I'm on 3-122 of the flight plan.

033:17:03 CC
Okay. Okay, about - at time 156:50 on the right - well, on the right-hand half of the page, there's a line which states "Visual target 16, south, 180 plus 1:11, Gassendi, f:15." Request you cross out that line.

033:17:38 CDR
Okay, we'll cross them out.

033:17:42 CC
That's all on 3-122. Next change is 3-125.

033:18:07 CDR
Okay, I'm looking at 125.

033:18:10 CC
Okay, starting from the top of the page, cross out the first five lines, which are "Set up camera for contamination and photography, Betelgeuse, CM4/EL/80," et cetera, "MAG T," et cetera, "Install window shades."

033:18:35 CDR
I've got them crossed.

033:18:37 CC
Okay, then jump down to just about 159:28. Cross out "Maneuver to contamination field photography attitude," and all other lines below that through "Enable thrustsrs A3, C4, B3," et cetera.

033:19:06 CDR
Okay, so we start with "Maneuver to contamination field photography," and we cross out everything down to and including "Enable thrusters A3, C4, B3, and D4."

033:19:16 CC
That's correct. And those are all of the flight changes - flight plan changes we have. And Ken is coming on now and later sometime when we get PTC squared away, and it's convenient, I suppose you should read all these things back to make sure that we're squared away on them.

033:19:41 CMP
Okay. Go ahead, TK.

033:19:48 CC
Yes, sir. Understand you have a question.

033:19:53 CMP
Yes. I guess I didn't understand what the letter and the number was behind some of these photo targets.

033:20:02 CC
Okay - -

033:20:03 CMP
Does that refer to the pages?

033:20:05 CC
Yes, sir. That's the map. Each fold is lettered in the lower - or upper right-hand corner if you work your way from east to west and the charts are labeled D, E, and F and the solo stuff will all be the D and E, and they change with the plane change 1. That's the time they change the two maps.

033:20:30 CMP
Okay. I got it. Thank you.

033:20:32 CC
Yes, sir. You're doing good work, hey.

033:20:37 CMP
Well, I had a good prime crewman that taught me all I know.

033:20:43 CC
Don't run out.

033:20:50 CMP
Hey, when FIDO gets a good hack on our trajectory, will you let us know?

033:20:58 CC
How long you willing to wait?

033:21:03 CC
He's looking at his calendar, if that means any- thing .

033:21:07 CMP
(Laughter) All right.

033:21:31 CMP
Okay. I'm back at the attitude here, and I'll wait for rates to damp, and you let me know when we're stable again.

033:21:38 CC
Okay. Will do.

033:24:00 CC
13, Houston.

033:24:06 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

033:24:08 CC
Roger. Just a reminder you have to disable Charlie and Delta here as you've done in the past. Over.

033:24:15 CMP
Okay. I was kind of holding off on this. We're dumping a little waste water now.

033:24:23 CC
Okay. FIDO says he knew it all along. He's - he says he's been very concerned that you've been doing a lot of water dumping.

033:30:07 CMP
Okay, Vance. We've got quad C and B disabled.

033:30:13 CC
Okay. Copy, Jack.

033:41:12 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

033:41:16 CMP
Go ahead.

033:41:18 CC
It may be awhile before your rates are settled down. We're still observing fairly high rates and deadbanding. Over.

033:41:29 CMP
Okay. Thank you. 01 09 44 54 (Music)

033:50:36 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

033:50:41 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

033:50:42 CC
Okay. We've got about three items. First one is, all of your P23 batch - two marks have been evaluated and - Hey, congratulations. Looks real good; they're very happy with it. You're down to 4 arc-minutes on the substellar-point aspect of it, and that's the first thing to mention. The second is, unless you see a need, I don't see any need for you to read back the information we gave you on the solo book and so forth. Do you concur?

033:51:20 CMP
Roger. I think I got it. I remembered a lot of it, and so I think with what you gave me and what I remember, I'm pretty sure we got it right.

033:51:36 CC
Okay, and the third item, I was just about to call that your rates were stabilized to start the PTC, but it looks like they're jiggling around again from a dump, so we'll stand by some more.

033:51:55 CMP
Okay. 01 09 52 23 IMP No secrets around here.

033:52:28 CC
Say again. Hey, that's right. 01 09 52 33 IMP I said there's no secrets around here.

033:52:38 CC
Yes. Big Brother is watching.

033:52:50 CC
13 - -

033:52:51 CMP
I can just see EEC0M telling FIDO.

033:53:03 CC
Yes. You really have to watch that pair, all right. By the way, we have a maneuver pad for you, a fly-by pad, whenever you're ready to copy.

033:53:17 CMP
Okay. Stand by.

033:53:55 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

033:53:57 CC
Okay, maneuver pad, purpose: fly-by, SPS/G&N; 63385; plus 0.97, minus 0.23; 072:24:33.08; plus 0212.7, minus 0141.7, minus 0254.8; 148, 316, 050; NA, plus 0022.5; 0360.9, 0:53, 0356.3; 33, 352.7, 15.0; NA, NA, NA. Starting with latitude, minus 23.26, minus 165.00; 1147.7, 36172; 166:54:02. Comments, GDC aline stars are 31, Arcturus; and 23, Denebola. R aline 288, pitch aline 205, yaw aline 034; ullage, none; other, burn is SPS docked. LM weight, 33499. Over.

033:57:39 CDR
Our pad as follows: fly-by, SPS/G&N; 63385; plus 0.97, minus 0.23; 072:24:33.08; plus 0212.7, minus 0141.7, minus 0254.8; 148, 3l6, 050; NA, plus 0022.5; 0360.9, 0:53, 0356.3; 33, 352.7, 15.0; NA, NA, NA; minus 23.26, minus 165.00; 1147.7, 36172; 166:54:02; set stars 31, 23; roll is 288, pitch 205, yaw 034; no ullage; SPS docked; and IM weight, 33499.

033:59:20 CC
Roger. That's correct. Want to verify under NOUN 81 that DELTA-Vx is plus 02127. You cut out right there.

033:59:35 CDR
Roger. DELTA-Vx is 02127. )

033:59:40 CC
Roger. And your rates are low. Looks like you can start the PTC.

033:59:51 CMP
Okay. In work.

033:59:54 CC
Okay. And when the computer is available, request POO and ACCEPT and we'll ship you your state vector.

034:00:07 CDR
Wait until I get PTC going first, Vance, then we'll give it to you.

034:00:10 CC

034:02:41 CMP
Okay, Vance. We're POO and ACCEPT. The computer's yours.

034:02:48 CC
Roger. Here it comes.

034:03:09 CMP
You know, somehow, everytime I do a set of P23s, you guys uplink me a state vector. I don't think I do too well.

034:03:24 CC
No - -

034:03:25 CMP
I could get a complex.

034:03:26 CC
No. You know - you know how the FIDOs are. They like to load in their own data, no matter what.

034:03:44 CMP
But our state vectors take into account the waste water dumps.

034:03:56 CC
Yes, that's -

034:05:28 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. It's your computer again.

034:05:33 CMP
Okay. Going to BLOCK.

034:05:36 CC
And as a matter of interest, understand that the downrange comparison between the MCC and the computer is within 35000 feet, and that's on the last sighting, which people think is pretty good.

034:05:56 CMP
Okay. Maybe that gives us a little more confi- dence that if we had to do P23s on the way home, we'd make it.

034:06:05 CC
No doubt about it.

034:58:16 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

034:58:21 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

034:58:23 CC
Just info on your PTC, Jim. It's looking very good. Just - excursions in pitch and yaw are very low.

034:58:34 CDR
Okay, thank you. And we're going to change another lithium hydroxide canister now.

034:58:42 CC

034:58:54 CMP
And, Vance. Has FIDO come up with any obser- vations on the trajectory?

034:59:02 CC
Well, a minute ago, he said that to tell you that he was pacified now after your past comments on his trajectory and so forth, and he hadn't seen any waste water dumps or anything and he's pretty happy.

034:59:24 CMP
Okay. I just wondered if we're going to need any more midcourse.

034:59:36 CC
He says, seriously, it's looking probably like you won't have any more.

034:59:45 CMP
Hey, that's real fine.

034:59:49 CC
FIDOs never guarantee anything, however.

034:59:55 CMP
Yes. That's right.

035:04:50 CMP
Houston, 13. I have the onboard read-out, if you're ready to copy.

035:04:57 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

035:05:01 CMP
Okay. BAT C 37, PYRO BAT A 37, PYR0 BAT B 37, RCS A 97 percent, B 97 percent, C 96 percent, D 97 percent.

035:05:27 CC
Roger. We copy that. Thank you.

035:26:56 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

035:27:05 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

035:27:07 CC
Jim, just an item for you and Fred to be thinking about in case you haven't been briefed on this, something that's now being talked about a little bit. These conservative people would like to have you read the SHe tank pressure when you go into the LM for the LM familiarization at 58 hours. If there's no midcourse-3, and it looks like there's a good chance that there will not be, why, they might want to move the LM familiarization up from $8 to 55 hours. Over.

035:27:50 CDR
Okay. If we don't have a midcourse-3, then we'll probably move LM FAM up to 55 hours, in which case we'll go in there and read SHe tank pressure.

035:28:02 CC
Roger. Along with the other FAM stuff, and it's not certain that we want to do this, it's just being talked about, so this is just the informa- tion for you.

035:28:18 CDR
Okay. This is beginning to sound like the SIM that we ran not too long ago.

035:28:29 CC
I don't think it will be a very big deal.

035:43:42 CMP
Okay. Houston, 13.

035:43:46 CC
This is Houston. Go ahead.

035:43:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. Our LM/CM DELTA-P is 0.9.

035:43:58 CC
Roger. 0.9.

035:44:05 CMP

036:42:10 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

036:42:14 LMP
Go ahead, Vance.

036:42:17 CC
Are you guys hacking into your presleep checklist yet?

036:42:24 LMP
Oh, we just finished eating and cleaning up a bit afterwards. Jim's going around collecting debris off of all the inlet hoses. And, I guess you might say we're kind of thinking about getting ready to go to sleep.

036:42:47 CC
Well, I hope you had a good meal.

036:42:52 LMP
It wasn't too bad.

036:42:55 SC

036:43:01 CC
Sounds like you guys are really living it up up there. All that music, food. I didn't say drink.

036:43:09 LMP
Yes, it is pretty nice. Not bad at all. You're . right; you didn't say it. This PTC we're in is a pretty - pretty nice merry-go-round, Vance. Every 10 minutes alternately I get to look at the Earth and the Moon.

036:43:40 CC
You couldn't ask for anything more than that. Just so it isn't so fast you - -

036:43:44 LMP
No, it's a lot - a lot better. I remember from 8 when they didn't hardly ever get to look at either one.

036:43:57 CC
That's right. They were tumbling about another axis, weren't they.

036:44:03 LMP

036:44:31 LMP
It's pretty cloudy down there tonight. About the only land I can see again is a portion of Australia and Korea and looks like a part of China. Just about clouds covering everything else.

036:44:51 CC
Can you still see that clearly with the naked eye, or do you have to look through a glass?

036:45:01 LMP
I can see Australia with the naked eye and the China landmass, but I - It took the monocular to pull out the Korean Peninsula.

036:45:15 CC
How about the Moon? Is it looking very big yet?

036:45:21 LMP
No, not really. Bigger, but we've got a ways to go.

036:45:31 CC
I understand that they're estimating your pericynthion - lunar pericynthion is now 62 miles.

036:45:46 LMP
Well, that's not bad.

036:45:47 CC
That's supposed to be just right.

036:45:50 LMP

036:46:25 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13.

036:46:28 CC
Go ahead. Jack.

036:46:31 CMP
Okay. We're into the presleep checklist now. As far as the crew status report, as far as medication goes, we've had no medication. And we're all feeling really good. I've given you the onboard readouts. Jim is chlorinating the potable water now. I'm ready for an E-memory dump whenever you're ready.

036:47:01 CC
Stand by 1 on the E-memory dump, Jack. I think we'll be ready in about a minute.

036:47:08 CMP

036:47:12 CC
And EECOMM says that as soon as you stir your cryos, request you go back to AUTO on that one tank.

036:47:25 CMP
Okay. We'll do that.

036:48:14 CC
Hello, 13; Houston. We're ready to take your E-memory dump.

036:48:21 CMP
Okay. Corning down.

037:07:15 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Were you trying to call?

037:07:20 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

037:07:29 CDR
Houston, 13.

037:07:33 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We thought you were trying to call. Were you?

037:07:38 CDR
I don't believe so unless we inadvertently hit the microphone button. 01 13 07 48 IMP Must have been some other guy trying to call, Jack.

037:07:53 CDR
Just trying to get some words in, eh Jack?

037:07:58 CC
Roger. We saw the downvoice subperiod come on. We thought maybe you were trying to call. Sorry. I hope we haven't disturbed you and from where I sit, it looks like you're running a rest home up there. Good night.

037:08:14 CDR
We're all going to bed now just after we play the last rendition of "With Our Eyes on the Stars."

037:08:24 SC

037:08:29 CC
Okay, Jim. And we'd like you to check your S-BAND NORMAL voice switch, OFF.

037:08:37 CDR

037:11:09 CDR
Houston, 13. We'll be off COMM; so if you need us, send a crew alert, please.

037:11:44 CC
Okay, Jim. If we need you, we'll send a crew alert, and we'd like to know who's got the duty tonight on the BIOMED. Is that you?

037:12:03 CDR
Yes. I'll be on the BIOMED.

037:12:09 CC
Okay. We copy, and you're spoiling my good record of two watches without saying anything.

037:12:24 CDR
Just want to keep you busy, Jack.

037:12:27 CC
You're waking me up.

046:43:18 CDR
Houston, Houston, Apollo 13. Over.

046:43:22 CC
Good morning, 13, You're early.

046:43:27 CDR
Ah so. I just thought I'd be waking up. And we are awake and getting the spacecraft shipshape.

046:43:38 CC
Roger. Spacecraft is in real good shape as far as we're concerned, Jim. We're bored to tears down here. We do have a few little items for you, like a P37 update and a couple of flight plan updates. But there's no rush about them. Over.

046:43:56 CDR
Okay. Gig us again in a few minutes. We're breaking out some food, and we'll copy them then.

046:44:01 CC
Okay. And the surgeon will be ready for your sleep report whenever you get that together.

046:44:08 CDR
Righto. If he's listening, LMP had a solid 9 hours of sleep; I couldn't wake him up this morning. The CMP had 6 hours, and the commander about 5 intermittent.

046:44:22 CC
Okay - -

046:44:24 CDR
Jack's dosimeter - Jack's dosimeter is reading 02026.

046:44:32 CC
Okay. We got it.

046:44:36 CDR
It might be interesting that just after we went to sleep last night we had a MASTER ALARM and it really scared us. And we were all over the cockpit like a wet noodle.

046:44:45 CC
(Laughter) Sorry it wasn't something more significant. I've also got a procedure for you on that H2 tank; simple thing after you get done stirring up the cryos.

046:44:59 CDR

046:46:56 SC
(Music - With Their Eyes on the Stars)

046:47:10 CC
That was beautiful. What was it?

046:47:16 CDR
A little of "With Their Eyes on the Stars" to wake up to.

046:47:24 CC
Sounds like all the comforts of home. Have you guys got a flower on your breakfast table?

046:47:33 CDR
Yes. Jack!

047:38:10 CDR
Houston, Apol.lo 13. Over.

047:38:13 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

047:38:24 CC
13, this is Houston. Go.

047:38:28 CDR
Roger, Joe. We're standing by for that P37 block data if you have it for us.

047:38:32 CC
Okay. Got it right here, Jim, and it follows. This is the P37 pad for lift-off plus 60. The reason for the update is for weather avoidance in the MPL at 119 hours. It's the same one we passed you yesterday, and it's the same weather, but we still don't expect a problem at the end of the mission. GETI is 060:00, DELTA-Vt, 6079, longitude minus 153, GET 400K 118:04. Over.

047:39:18 CDR
GETI of 060:00, 6079, minus 153, 118:04.

047:39:29 CC
Roger. That's correct. I've got a consumables update for you, Jim, if you're ready for that.

047:39:41 CDR
Ready to copy.

047:39:43 CC
Okay. As of 47 hours, RCS total 1096, quad Alfa 270, Bravo 278, Charlie 270, Delta 278, and the H2 - - They gave me the H2s in percent, 76 percent; and on the 02 we have 81 percent. However, we show the O2 tank 2 reading off-scale high now. We're quite sure it's a sensor failure. We'd like you to verify it with your onboard reading.

047:40:29 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

047:40:47 CDR
Joe, we confirm. Our gage reading is - on the number 2 O2 tank is reading off-scale high now, but Jack just tells me that it was okay when we first looked at it this morning.

047:41:00 CC
We verify that. At 46:4 5 we had 82 percent and . apparently when he stirred the, the cryos, the sensor broke.

047:41:17 CDR
Okay. 01 23 41 19 So it's no problem. You're above nominal on all your consumables. On the H2 tank problem, we have a procedure that we'd like you to carry out which is simply turning the H2 tank 2 heaters to OFF at this time, and we want to see whether that won't solve the problem of the tank pressure setting off caution and warning. We want to look at it that way for a few hours.

047:41:47 CDR
Okay. You want both tank 2 heaters to OFF. Is that correct?

047:41:51 CC
That's negative; just tank 2. We want tank 1 to stay in AUTO.

047:41:57 CDR
Okay. Tank 2 heaters off at this time.

047:42:00 CC
Okay. Good deal. That's been the high tank and apparently while waiting for that pressure switch to close, to start the heater cycle, the tank 1 pressure has been dropping even a little bit lower and just setting off caution and warning, so we feel if we turn off the tank 2 heater and let tank 1 activate the heater cycle, we won't get into the caution and warning range.

047:42:25 CDR

047:42:26 CC
Okay, Jim- At your convenience we'd like P00 and ACCEPT. We're ready for - to uplink your state vector now since we will not do midcourse 3. Over.

047:42:38 CDR
Roger. You're in P00 and ACCEPT, no midcourse 3, and we're all set for a state vector update and I'm giving you the LM/CM DELTA-P here shortly.

047:42:46 CC
Okay. Good deal. And I have flight plan updates for you later, at your convenience.

047:43:18 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13. The LM/CM DELTA-P is 1.0 psi.

047:43:23 CC
Copy, 1-0, Jim.

047:44:37 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13. I'm about ready for any flight plan updates that you have.

047:44:40 CC
Okay, 13- To start off with, got a minor Procedural change for Jack on his next P52, if he's ready to listen to that.

047:44:54 CDR
Okay. Jack's still off COMM. We'll hold off on that a little hit and then we'll pick it up when he gets on COMM.

047:45:01 CC
Okay; fine. I've got two updates for you, Jim. One is a procedure for looking for Comet Bennett at about 49:45, and I'll wait till Jack gets up before passing you the details on that. The other update is concerned with going into the LM 3 hours early, and I think Vance mentioned to you last night that this was a possibility, that we'd like to look at the SHe tank pressure early. And since we're not going to do midcourse 3, we'd like LM entry at 55 hours. Is that okay with you?

047:45:41 CDR
Okay. Right, that's fine with us. We'll move up LM entry to 55 hours.

047:45:48 CC
Okay. I've got some details on the flight plan for you as follows. Of course, since there's no MCC-3 you'll be deleting all the midcourse 3 stuff including the - the P52, which is called out at about 54-1/2, and we'll be slipping that until later, which I'll - which I'll tell - which I'll tell - which I'll tell you in a minute. Okay. Then you - we want to move the battery charge up 3 hours to about 52:30. And we want to move the - moving the LM tunnel vent valve to LM/CM DELTA-P up 3 hours to 52:45, and at that point you can simply go to the 57-hour point in the flight plan and change your number from 57 hours to 54 hours and start through that. In the remarks section at about 57:50 it says, "O2 fuel cell purge and waste water dump," here. If not performed earlier, we want you to do that at 54 hours and 50 minutes. The TV pass then, will be at 55 hours to 55:30. You'll go right through the LM Activation checklist stuff. I'm losing you; let's wait a minute.

047:47:41 CC
13, Houston. How do you read me?

047:48:05 CC
13, Houston. You back with us?

047:49:14 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Are you back with us?

047:49:19 CDR
We're back with you.

047:49:20 CC
Okay. I've gone through the battery charge, the LM vent valve, the fuel cell purge, and then stop PTC at 55 hours, and your roll attitude there will be 285 degrees, which is per the flight plan. The high gain antenna angles are slightly different, pitch 23 and yaw 267 degrees The TV pass till 55:30, the standard LM activation except for some special steps we'll give you to take a look at SHe tank pressure, which I don't have yet. Restart PTC at about 56:30 or whenever you're through with the LM activities, and after that, at your convenience, we'd like you to - to do the P52 option 3 that we cancelled at 54-1/2 hours. Over.

047:50:27 CDR
Okay. That last comment was that we'll do the P52 after we start PTC at about 56:30.

047:50:31 CC
That's right. Any time after that; it's not time critical.

047:50:43 CDR
Okay. Let's see if I have some of this, Joe. Around 52:30 we're to do the battery charge on BAT - battery B.

047:50:52 CC
That's correct.

047:50:54 CDR
And then about 52:40 we're going to do the LM tunnel vent valve, and the LM/CM DELTA-P which has been written up at 55:40.

047:51:04 CC
That's correct.

047:51:09 CDR
We're deleting midcourse-3 and we've moved up 'FS the LM entry to 55 hours. So we'll merely follow all the - We'll follow all the procedure that leads up to LM entry that was originally scheduled for 58.

047:51:29 CC
That's correct. You can start at 57 in the flight plan; call it 54 hours and Press right on.

047:51:48 CDR
Okay. Then whenever we're finished with the LM, which we anticipate around 56:30, we'll commence PTC and sometime after that we'll do a P52.

047:51:59 CC
That's affirmative. And did you copy the new high gain angles for 55 hours? The ones we had - - 01 23 52 12 CDR Okay. We're going to stop the PTC for LM entry at roll 285, and high gain angles are pitch 23 and yaw 267.

047:52:23 CC
That's correct, Jim. And, 13, Houston. The computer is yours.

047:52:35 CDR
The computer is ours. We're in BLOCK, and exactly when do you want the TV to be cranked up?

047:52:41 CC
You can crank it up sometime prior to 55 hours at your convenience just to set it up. We'll be expecting transmission at 55 hours.

047:52:55 CDR

047:53:46 CDR
And, Houston, Apollo 13. One thing I missed about the O2 fuel cell purge and waste and water dump.

047:53:53 CC
Roger. We'd like the the O2 fuel cell purge and waste water dump at 54:50.

047:54:04 CDR
Roger. We'll pick up those items at 54:50.

047:54:30 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

047:54:35 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

047:54:36 CC
All right, Jack. One thing we'd like to have done sometime soon is to have you cycle the cryo fans in 02 tank 2 one more time. We'd like to see if we can get that sensor back.

047:54:50 CMP
Okay. 02 tank 2 fan on now.

047:54:55 CC

047:56:08 CDR
Houston, 13.

047:56:09 CC
Go, 13.

047:56:14 CDR
We - We have just one question, the LM tunnel vent valve. We're questioning why we're venting until the DELTA-V is greater than 1.7 if we are going to open up the tunnel, then pressurize the LM usually.

047:56:27 CC
Right. Stand by on that.

047:56:51 CC
13, Houston.

047:56:55 CDR
Go ahead.

047:56:56 CC
Roger. The word on that, Jim, is that thcy want to insure the proper 02 concentration in the LM when you get to the surface, and this is a method of doing that by bleeding out additional nitrogen. 01 23 57 12 CM Okay. Thank you.

047:57:21 CC
And, 13, Houston. If Jack is up, I'd like to talk to him about the P52, briefly.

047:57:29 CDR
Okay. He's here.

047:57:31 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

047:57:32 CC
Okay, Jack. What they'd like you to do on this P52 at 49 hours, they've been observing a slight jitter in the optics shaft angle of about 0.2 of a degree plus or minus. Before you come out of the OPTICS ZERO position, at the start of this P52, they'd like you to just observe the shaft readout, and see if the jitter occurs on your direct readout there, and also they'd like you to briefly call up a VERB 16, NOUN 91 so we can look at the shaft and trunnion angles.

047:58:11 CMP
Okay. Let's see if I got it right. On the P52 at 49 hours, before coming out of ZERO on the OPTICS, observe the shaft and also call up 16, 91 and let you look at the shaft and trunnion angles to observe a possible jitter. See whether it occurs in the ZERO position as well as out of ZERO.

047:58:33 CC
Roger, Jack. That's correct; and if you have time, now, I've got a flight plan update for you on looking for the Comet Bennett.

047:58:50 CMP
Okay. Stand by 1, Joe. And the commander's going off the air briefly.

047:58:58 CC
Roger that.

048:00:02 CMP
Okay, Joe. I'm ready to copy the ... now.

048:00:04 CC
Okay, Jack. I'm going to read it to you, and then add some comments and we'll talk about it a little. This should occur sometime after 49:30. After the P52 realine at 49 hours, if time permits we would like the crew to investigate while in PTC if there is a roll angle in which the comet can be observed for photos. If there is, record the optimum roll angle for possible photography, prior to reinitiating PTC at 56:30 or so, whenever the guys are done in the LM, use P52 planet option, and the following half-unit vectors for tracking Comet Bennett at about 49:46. Are you ready to copy half-unit vectors? Over.

048:01:05 CMP
Okay. Go ahead, Joe.

048:01:07 CC
Okay. Rl plus 0.34202, minus 0.07374, R^ plus 0.35719. Read back.

048:01:33 CMP
Okay. Copy Rl plus 0.34202, R2 minus 0.07374, R3 plus 0.35719.

048:01:48 CC
Okay. That's correct and the last sentence on the update is that you can expect AOS of the comet at a roll of 45 degrees and LOS at a roll of 155 degrees. Now, the deal here. Jack, according to the plots they showed me is, the comet appears to be about 10 degrees away from the Sun, and due to the geometry of the LM there shadowing the Sun, it would appear that you will be able to see the comet through the sextant without getting Sun shafting between roll angles of about 45 degrees and 75 degrees. It appears that as your roll gets higher than 75 degrees, although the comet is still in the field of view, the Sun is also in the field of view, and you probably will not have any success between 75 and 155 if you haven't got it from 45 to 75. If you do find that you can see the comet somewhere between 45 and 75 or 80 degrees, just note that roll angle and then if it's feasible we'd like you to photograph it after the LM entry part of the checklist. Over.

048:03:10 CMP
Okay, Joe. Let me give it back to you and see if I've got it here. After the P52, during our PTC you want us to use P52 and observe Bennett's Comet through the sextant; note a roll angle if we can find it visible. It would be visible somewhere between - ideally between 45 and 75 degrees, and we should lose it about 155 roll, and if we do see it, make an observation of whether it is photographable, note the roll angle for photographs to be taken after or prior to initiation of PTC at 56:30.

048:03:58 CC
That's exactly right. Jack.

048:04:04 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

048:06:20 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

048:06:24 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

048:06:25 CC
We're ready to have to 02 tank 2 fan off, and thank you.

048:06:32 CMP
Okay. Doesn't look like we got it back, huh?

048:06:35 CC
No, it doesn't. Jack.

049:01:01 CMP
Houston, Apollo 13.

049:01:20 CMP
Houston, Apollo 13.

049:01:22 CC
Hey, 13; Houston. Go ahead.

049:01:26 CMP
Okay, Joe. I've started into P52 here. I've proceeded on option 3, and on the dis - 1520 - 1525 display, I've called up 1691. I'm going to let you observe and see while the - the shaft angle while the OPTICS are still in ZERO.

049:01:47 CC
Okay. Roger that, Jack. We're looking at it, and I'll give you a mark as soon as G&C is happy.

049:01:55 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

049:02:26 CC
13, Houston. Jack, could you give us a readout on your counter now?

049:02:35 CMP
Okay. I'm showing a shaft of 0.2 and a trunnion of 359.92.

049:02:48 CC
Roger. Copy that. Is there any jumping around on the shaft?

049:02:57 CMP
You mean on the TPAC readout?

049:02:59 CC

049:03:02 CMP
As a matter of fact, it went from 0.2 to 0.21.

049:03:08 CC
Okay. Copy that. Stand by 1.

049:03:13 CMP
Okay. Now it went down - It went down as low as 0.15.

049:03:18 CC

049:04:09 CC
Jack, Houston. Let us watch that for another minute or so.

049:04:15 CMP
Okay. I'm in no hurry. It looked like it burned between 0.14 and 0.8 with an occasional spike up to 0.2.

049:04:24 CC

049:05:30 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

049:06:04 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. You can press on with P52 now. Over.

049:06:10 CMP
Okay, Joe.

049:08:17 CMP
Hey, Houston, are we clear to torque? Are you reading the torquing angles?

049:08:28 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead and torque.

049:08:35 CMP
Okay. Time of torquing will be 49 hours 8 minutes 35 seconds.

049:08:41 CC
Roger that.

049:10:13 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

049:10:17 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

049:10:19 CC
Roger. For Jack, we missed the star angle differ- ence on the P52. Would you read us that?

049:10:30 CDR
Roger, Houston. It was all balls.

049:10:32 CC
Okay. Thank you.

049:42:38 CMP
Hey, Houston; 13.

049:42:40 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

049:42:44 CMP
Okay, Joe. I got into P52 about 49:34. We loaded the planet - or Bennett Comet vectors into the planet option, and P52 tracked it all the way across except that it was always occulted by the LM, and we're in a roll angle of 155 now.

049:43:09 CC
Roger. We're copying your roll angles. At what roll angle were you able to start tracking it, Jack?

049:43:24 CMP
Okay. At the time we entered it there, we were about 66 degrees roll, so either we started too late, or maybe somehow we got a wrong calculation on the roll angle.

049:43:40 CC
Okay. Let me have G&C comment on that. I sus- pect that the roll angles we gave you were calculated for exactly 90 degrees pitch, and you're probably wobbling enough that they're not exactly correct.

049:44:02 CMP
Yes, I think you - You probably got thf right idea.

049:45:24 CC
13, Houston. Over.

049:45:29 CMP
Go ahead.

049:45:30 CC
Okay, Jack. Notice you've secured from that, and that was going to be our recommendation, anyway. We're going to have the guys in the back room look at it and see if they can come up with some - with some better numbers based on the cone angle that - that you're traveling through, whether there are any roll angles that - that are available to you. And if there are, and we have time, we might give it another try; if not, we just will forget it.

049:46:05 CMP

049:48:17 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

049:48:22 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

049:48:27 CC
Okay, Jack. I'd like to pass you a switch configuration on the CRY0 02 TANKS and give you the reason. Right now, we'd like you to go to HEATERS tank 1, OFF; tank 2, AUTO, which is the opposite of the way you've got them now. Over.

049:48:48 CMP
Okay. Is this 02 or H2?

049:48:51 CC
This is 02, and stand by for a minute and we'll have a - Excuse me. This is H2, Jack; it's H2.

049:49:22 CMP
... is AUTO, ... 2 OFF.

049:49:52 CMP
Okay, Joe. Do we have you back again?

049:49:55 CC
Okay, Jack. We're getting you back, and I hope you copied my - my correction of my mistake. I'm talking about the H2 CRYO TANKS. We'd like the tank 1 HEATER to OFF; tank 2 to AUTO. Over.

049:50:09 CMP
Okay. We lost you again. Here's our heater configuration now. H2 HEATERS 1, OFF; 2, AUTO. Both O2 HEATERS are in AUTO.

049:50:23 CC
Okay. That's the configuration we want you in, and here's what we're thinking about. When we went to tank 1 AUTO, tank 2 OFF; we found that the heater cycle had a tank 1 pressure of about 233 psi, which is well above the caution and warning limit, and if we go to that configuration for sleep, we'll keep from getting CAUTION AND WARNING lights during the sleep cycle. Okay. In order to do that comfortably, we want to spend the rest of the day using more H2 out of tank number 2, so as to get an unbalance in favor of tank 1, so at the end of the sleep cycle it'll all come out even. And that' s why we have you in tank 1 OFF, tank 2 AUTO, now. We expect to get about a 3-percent unbalance over the next 10 hours; and prior to sleep, we'll call you to reverse the configuration again. Now the only disadvantage here is that, during the day, you will probably get a few CAUTION AND WARNINGS, and we just figured it would be better to get them now than while you were sacked out. Over.

049:51:35 CDR
I'll buy that 100 percent.

049:51:37 CC
Okay. Good deal. One other detail for you. Jack; G&C tells us that the OPTICS jitter is very similar to what we had on Apollo 12. It's no problem, but when you're not using the OPTICS, we recommend that you turn the OPTICS POWER switch to OFF to guard against a possible degradation as the flight progresses. Over.

049:52:09 CMP
Okay. Will do.

049:52:23 CC
Okay. Apollo 13, Houston. I have one more little update for you, and it's another update to the erasable memory onboard crew charts on page G/9-2. Over.

049:52:48 CDR
Houston, 13. We're ready to copy.

049:52:51 CC
Okay, Jim. These are gyro compensation terms. They've already been uplinked, and we're just updating your onboard charts now. In column A, number 11, change from 77646 to 00114; number 12, change from 77332 to 77546; number 13, change from 76617 to 77201. Over.

049:53:43 CDR
The changes are as follows, and all in column A: number 12, the new change is 77546; number 11, the new change is 00114; and 13, the new change is 77201. Over.

049:54:01 CC
Roger. Readback correct.

049:54:06 CMP
And, Joe, do you know - Are you going to try and let us spot the Bennett Comet on this next revolution there? Or do you want me to turn the OPTICS power off now?

049:54:17 CC
Stand by 1, Jack. Okay, Jack. We don't have confidence in those roll angles yet, so why don't you turn the OPTICS off, and we'll update you later.

049:54:32 CMP
Okay. Going off now.

049:54:34 CC

050:26:48 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

050:26:53 CMP
Go ahead.

050:26:54 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

050:26:55 CC
Roger, Jim. If you've got a couple of minutes now, I'd like to read uP to you the change to the LM entry procedure that we'd like you to observe at 55 hours, and the rationale for it. 0ver.

050:27:14 CDR
Okay, stand by.

050:27:17 CC

050:27:23 CDR
Go ahead, Joe.

050:27:25 CC
Okay. Before you start copying, this procedure is - is basically simply to activate the supercritical helium pressure gaging so that you can read it. And the concern here is lest this supercritical helium pressure reach 1800 psi by 103 hours, at which point we'd be within a Possibility of rupturing the burst disk when you activate the DPS. Now, based on the pressure at launch, and based on a nominal rise time of about 6-1/2 psi per hour between then and now, the Pressure should read about 710 psi. Stand by, 13, until we get better COMM.

050:28:43 CDR
Houston, you were cut out. Would you say again about the helium pressure.

050:28:49 CC
Roger. Based on the prelaunch pressure in the SHe tank and the nominal rise time of about 6-1/2 psi per hour, the pressure should be about 710 at 55 hours. Are you reading? Over.

050:29:16 CC
Jim, Houston. Did you read that last?

050:30:43 LMP
Okay, Joe. I'm on OMNI C now. How do you read?

050:30:47 CC
13, Houston. You're loud and clear now. INCO tells me he's having a little problem at Goldstone and wants me to stand by for a minute.

050:31:02 LMP
Okay. How do you read now, Joe? I'm going from OMNI C to D now.

050:31:06 CC
You're still loud and clear on - on D, Fred. Stand by 1.

050:31:14 LMP
Okay. I'll Put her back to OMNI B if you all want to take command again?

050:31:49 LMP
And the Iast thing we heard, Joe, was that the SUPERCRIT should be reading about 710 psi.

050:31:56 CC
Okay. That's the last thing I passed up. And while we're waiting for INCO to decide here, let me continue. The deadband that is considered acceptable is between 660 and 770 psi. In other words, any rise time that'll give you one - a pressure between those two, will keep you below the critical pressure at 103 hours or so. So, we expect it to read in that - in that band and if it does, there will be no problem. If it reads between 770 and 800 psi, we will want you to check the pressure again at about 59 hours, and I'll get the detailed procedures in a minute. If the pressure is equal to or greater than 800 psi, we're going to have to go into some more detailed procedures; we're going to try to - to get PCM data on it, for one thing. We may have to have you sit there and stare at the gage for a while to find out when it clicks up and get an accurate rise time on it, and then in extreme case, we are even thinking about a DPS burn, but we don't really think that will happen. Now, if you are ready to copy, what I have for you is a change or an addition to the LM Activation checklist between pages TLC-1 and TLC-2, which consists of seven steps, and if you can find a blank side to write it down on, I would like to pass it up. Over.

050:33:44 LMP
Okay. How do you read on OMNI C, now?

050:33:48 CC
Okay. You're loud and clear on OMNI C Stand by 1 while we get INCO synced up.

050:34:00 LMP
Okay. The rest of your update was that it's okay if it is anywhere between 660 and 770 psi. If it's above 770, you are going to ask us to consider going back in at 59 hours and either get PCM going or sit there and give you gage reading changes on the basis of that. And you said something about an extreme measure. We may have to consider some sort of DPS maneuver.

050:34:45 CC
That's correct, Fred. We don't have procedures for that yet, and we don't have any real expectation of getting into it. The procedure I'd like to read up to you now is simply the steps required to get the supercritical helium pressure reading at 55 hours. Over.

050:35:10 LMP

050:35:12 CC
Okay. We're calling this TLC-lA, step 6, "Transfer to LM power."

050:35:23 LMP
All right. Stand by 1, Joe. 02 02 35 25 GC Okay.

050:35:37 CMP
Okay, Joe. He's ready to copy.

050:35:40 CC
Okay. Step 6, "Transfer to LM power (floodlights blank), CAUTION WARNING POWER CAUTION light ON. Report GET to MCC. Panel 11, CIRCUIT BREAKER EPS TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE, CLOSED. Circuit breaker panel 16, EPS THANSLUNAR BUS TIE, CLOSED. Circuit breaker panel 11, LIGHTING UTILITY, CLOSED. And activate utility lights." Over. And, 13, Houston. Select OMNI Bravo, please.

050:37:08 LMP
Okay, Joe. I've created a new page here called TLC-lA, item 6, Transfer to LM power and the usual check that the floodlight's blank and that I've got the CAUTION WARNING POWER light ON; I get a GET from Jack, and I will pass that on down to you. Item 7, CIRCUIT BREAKER EPS TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE, panels 11 and 16, CLOSED. Step 8, circuit breaker lighting and utility on panel 1, CLOSED, and turn on the utility lights. However, the lighting is such that I don't really need those. They are in stowage, right now, I guess, in the ISA, and I'll probably just leave them there.

050:37:48 CC
Okay. That's optional. The way we had page TLC-lA written, that was all part of step 6. You haven't even gotten to step 7 yet. Step 7 is as follows.

050:38:11 CC
Fred, Houston. Are you with me?

050:38:41 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Are you reading me now?

050:40:20 LMP
Okay. Houston, 13. How do you read?

050:40:22 CC
13, Houston. Loud and clear. What OMNI you on now?

050:40:28 LMP
I'm going to stay OMNI B, if you all want to take command back and you can let INCO jockey them around between B and D. And how many steps we got, so I know whether to write big or small here, Joe?

050:40:41 CC
Okay. We got steps 6 through 12, but step 7 is the same size as 6, and 8 through 12 are short. They're only one line each.

050:40:53 LMP

050:40:54 CC
Okay. Step 7 follows: "Circuit breaker panel 11, AC BUS B, HELIUM PQGS PROPELLANT DISPLAY, CLOSED. Circuit breaker 11, AC BUS B, NUMERIC LIGHTING, CLOSED. Circuit breaker 11, AC BUS B, BUS TIE INVERTER 1, CLOSED. Circuit breaker panel 11, EPS INVERTER 1, CLOSED. Circuit breaker panel 16, INSTRUMENTATION SIG SENSOR, CLOSED. INVERTER 1" - -

050:41:44 LMP
Hold on a minute, Joe.

050:41:45 CC

050:41:49 LMP
My shorthand is rather poor today.

050:42:13 LMP
Okay I'm now up to circuit breaker panel 11, INVERTER 1, CLOSED.

050:42:20 CC

050:44:31 LMP
Houston, 13. How do you read?

050:44:34 CC
13, Houston. You're coming through. We still have some background noise. Do you want to read back step 7?

050:44:53 LMP
Hello, Houston; 13.

050:44:55 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

050:45:00 LMP
Okay, Joe. The last thing I got was HELIUM MONITOR to SUPERCRIT PRESSURE.

050:45:07 CC
Okay. The last part of step 7 is, "Report SUPERCRIT PRESSURE to MCC," and read back step 7.

050:45:30 LMP
Okay. Step 7. Circuit breaker panel 11, AC BUS B, HELIUM PQGS DISPLAY, CLOSED. Main - Circuit breaker panel 11, AC BUS B, NUMERIC LIGHTING, CLOSED. CD panel 11, AC BUS - Is that AC BUS B? BUS TIE INVERTER 1, CLOSED?

050:45:51 CC
That's affirmative.

050:45:53 LMP

050:46:09 CC
Okay. That's correct. Now step 8 is, "On MCC request, perform step 9." In other words, you wait for us to decide what to do and that's according to the gouge we've already given you. And step 9, I'll give you now, is "HELIUM MONITOR to OFF, INVERTER to OFF." Over.

050:46:45 LMP
Okay. Step 8 says, "Set in an MCC hold." Step 9 says, "On MCC's words, HELIUM MONITOR OFF, INVERTER OFF."

050:47:00 CC
Roger. That's correct. Step 10 is, "Configure circuit breaker panels per Activation 3 and 4."

050:47:24 LMP
Okay. Configure - step 10, "Configure circuit breakers per Activation pages 3 and 4."

050:47:31 CC
Roger. That's correct. Step 11 is, "Deactivate the utility lights if you activated them," and step 12 which is the last one is, "Transfer to CSM power, usual observations, and report time to MCC."

050:48:20 LMP
Okay. Step 11, "Deactivate utility lights." 12, "Transfer to CSM power and note the usual observations and report the GET."

050:48:31 CC
Okay. That's it. And, of course, Houston will be requesting you to go to step 9 if the pressure is less than 770. If the pressure is between 770 and 800, we will be asking you to do the following, if you're ready to copy.

050:48:59 LMP
Stand by. I've got to find some more blank paper.

050:49:00 CC
Ye. Thin is going to be page TLC-3, but it's very short.

050:49:25 LMP
Okay. Go ahead with TLC-3.

050:49:31 CC
Okay. Stand by 10 seconds, Fred.

050:50:20 CC
Fred, Houston.

050:50:25 LMP
All right. Go ahead.

050:50:26 CC
Roger. We'll hold off on that. It was a short three-step procedure which said, "Repeat activation pages 1, lA, and 2, "but there was another step in it that nobody understands. So, essentially what we'd recommend in that case would be that you would repeat the procedure that we just passed up for reading the SUPERCRIT pressure. If we need to, we'll clarify it later on. And that's all we've got.

050:50:56 LMP

050:57:38 CDR
Houston, 13.

050:57:44 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

050:57:49 CDR
Okay. One thing, Joe; I just want to doublecheck again. All the stuff that normally was going to start at 57 hours, which the first item was pressurize CSM to 5.7 psia, we're going to move that up to 64 now, so we have our LM entry which was nominally at 58 at 55. Is that correct?

050:58:10 CC
That's correct, Jim.

050:58:12 CDR

051:07:02 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

051:07:07 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

051:07:08 CC
Roger, 13. Because of the 02 tank 2 quantity sensor drop out, EECOM wants to keep a little closer track of the cryo quantities, and he's going to be asking you to stir all the cryo tanks at slightly more frequent intervals than had been planned, and the first time is now, and we will be calling you probably every 5 or 6 hours, except during sleep period and high activity periods. We'd like you to do it now. Over.

051:07:44 CDR
Okay. We'll start it ... now.

051:07:46 CC
Thank you.

051:07:59 CC
And, 13, Houston. For your information, a normal 1-minute or so stir will be fine.

052:07:42 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

052:07:48 CDR
Go ahead, Houston-

052:07:50 CC
Jim, just an advisory; expect a CAUTION AND WARNING on H2 tank 1 pretty quick. No problems; just warning you about it.

052:08:04 CDR
Okay. A zero pressure light on H2 tank 1 coming on shortly, huh?

052:08:08 CC

052:08:11 CDR
Okay. Well, you're pretty close. It just came on.

052:08:20 CC
Any other predictions you'd like?

052:08:26 CDR
Well, there's - I guess there's all sorts. Could you go to the horse races with me?

052:08:32 CC
I'm sorry; you were garbled. Say again?

052:08:37 CDR
I said I'd like to invite you to the horse races with me.

052:08:41 CC
Right. We'll - We'll send EECOMM.

052:16:55 LMP
Well, it's time for a little grits again here, Vance.

052:17:01 CC
Understand. Some grits, huh? Chow. Bon apetit.

052:45:20 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

052:45:25 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

052:45:27 CC
Roger. Just expect that same CAUTION AND WARNING to come on again. And you want us to keep warning you of that thing?

052:45:43 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

052:45:47 CC
Roger, Jim. Just expect a CAUTION AND WARNING to come on the same as it did about an hour ago.

052:46:04 CDR
Go ahead, Houston. We've lost ...

052:46:08 CC
Roger. How are you reading me now, Jim?

052:46:33 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13.

052:46:36 CC
13, Houston. How do you read now?

052:46:41 CDR
Okay. Read you good now. Seems like we've had a little trouble with the COMM today.

052:46:46 CC
Yes. I guess it's partly because you are further out. We just wanted to tell you that you were going to get that CAUTION WARNING that you just got.

052:46:58 CDR
Right. We just got.

052:47:00 CC
And I won't bother you with those calls anymore, unless you especially want them.

052:47:10 CDR
That's okay, Vance. You don't have to call us about that, unless it's something serious.

052:47:14 CC

052:47:32 LMP
We just ate a can of ham salad and that was an experience.

052:47:40 CC
Roger. Copy.

052:47:49 LMP
It's really kind of like eating on the sly. Chasing it around.

052:48:02 CC
Right. Copy.

052:48:18 LMP
But good. 02 05 19 28 SC

053:19:31 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13.

053:19:40 CC
13, Houston. Go ahead.

053:19:45 CDR
Right, we're not doing anything right now, Vance, we're just getting curious, we could start the LM entry procedures, and get everything squared away, and then when the TV comes up at 55 hours, we can just use it for the TV, and we wouldn't be worrying about checking out the SHe tank pressures and everything like that.

053:20:07 CC
Okay, let us mull that one a minute here, and I'll get right back with you.

053:20:14 CDR

053:23:35 CDR
Also, Houston, Apollo 13. We'd like to move up the waste water dump and maybe the 02 fuel cell purge a little bit early, if we could.

053:23:51 CC
Okay, stand by.

053:26:30 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

053:26:35 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

053:26:37 CC
Jim, you're clear to go on into the LM, and just advise though that the TV time is still fixed at 55 hours, and - so we'll be standing by to support your entry and we'll get back with you on a minute - in a minute on the 02 fuel cell purge and the waste water dump.

053:26:59 CDR
Okay. Sounds good.

053:27:02 CC
And also request your LM/CM DELTA-P which was on the flight plan for 53 hours. What did you vent it down to? Over.

053:27:16 CDR
We have 1.7 now. We vented it down to that figure.

053:27:20 CC
Okay, you vented down to 1.7, and what did it start at?

053:27:28 CDR
It was about 1.1, Vance.

053:27:31 CC
Roger, copy.

053:34:32 LMP
Houston, 13.

053:34:35 CC
Go ahead, 13.

053:34:40 LMP
What do you read for suit pressure down there?

053:34:53 CC
We're reading 4.3, Fred.

053:34:59 LMP

053:38:58 CDR
Houston, 13.

053:39:03 CC
Go ahead, Apollo 13.

053:39:07 CDR
We'd like another confirmation, when we closed the tunnel vent valve back to LM/CM DELTA-P, we were reading about 1.7 - 1.75, and it slowly went up now to about - oh, I'd say a little less than 2.2. Seems to be holding there - Is there a lag in the gaging system?

053:39:33 CC
Okay. We'll - we'll ask that question. Stand by.

053:40:58 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

053:42:07 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

053:42:24 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

053:42:30 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

053:42:32 CC
Okay, to answer your question, Jim, that increase in pressure is normal, because it was just tracking an increase in cabin pressure.

053:42:46 CDR
Okay. Okay.

053:42:57 CDR
We're not thinking today.

053:43:20 CC
And, 13, from Houston, it's okay with us if you want to move the 02 fuel cell purge and the water dump up to this time. Over.

053:43:33 CDR
Okay. We'll work it in shortly. Thank you.

053:43:36 CC

053:45:11 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

053:45:16 CDR
Go ahead.

053:45:17 CC
Jim, recommend you stay in the PTC until we stop it for the TV at 55 hours, in case you were thinking of - -

053:45:24 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

053:45:26 CC
Roger. Recommend you continue PTC until 55 hours. Over.

053:46:05 CDR
You were calling, Houston?

053:46:12 CC
That's affirmed, Jim. How do you read now?

053:46:17 CDR
Okay. We read you loud and clear.

053:46:19 CC
Okay. The only comment that we just made was that, in case you were thinking of stopping PTC, there's no need to stop it until 55 GET when TV starts.

053:46:34 CDR
Right. We'll stop it when we're setting up our TV.

053:46:37 CC

053:54:34 CMP
Okay, Houston, the waste water dump and 02 fuel cell purge are complete.

053:54:41 CC
Houston. Roger.

054:05:54 LMP
Okay, Houston, the LM/CM DELTA-P is constant. We're going to go ahead with hatch removal.

054:06:04 CC
Houston. Roger.

054:06:16 LMP
Is that you. Jack?

054:06:20 CC
No, this is Jack's replacement.

054:24:15 CMP
Okay, Houston; 13.

054:24:18 CC
Houston, go ahead.

054:24:25 CC
Go ahead, 13.

054:24:46 CMP
Houston, Apollo 13.

054:24:49 CC
This is Houston. Go ahead, 13.

054:25:18 CMP
Okay, Houston; Apollo 13.

054:25:22 CC
Roger. Go ahead, 13.

054:25:28 CMP
Okay. The LMP has entered the LM.

054:25:31 CC

054:25:37 CMP
Is that Big John?

054:25:39 CC
It sure is. How're you doing?

054:25:43 CMP

054:25:44 CC
Yes, you're doing great, man.

054:25:49 CMP
Thank you. I had a good CDR.

054:25:54 CC
You're doing it on your own now.

054:26:01 LMP
Yes, it feels like I'm back at home, again, John, down in here.

054:26:04 CMP
I hope you did a good job, John.

054:26:06 CC

054:26:40 CMP
Okay, Houston, we want to take the FM and bring up TV here for our own use. Then we'll go to TRANSMIT 1 - at 55 hours.

054:26:58 CC
Roger, 13.

054:46:28 CMP
Okay, Houston, we've transferred to LM power; the time was 54 hours 46 minutes 15 seconds.

054:46:40 CC
Roger, Jack. Transfer to LM power. Thank you.

054:46:47 LMP
And the docking-tunnel index, Jack, was minus 2 degrees.

054:46:54 CC
Say again, Fred, you're coming in with a lot of background noise.

054:47:00 LMP
Okay. The docking-tunnel index mark was minus 2 degrees.

054:47:05 CC
Roger. Minus 2 degrees.

054:49:17 LMP
Okay. Jack, how do you read?

054:49:29 CC
Fred, Houston is reading you loud and clear.

054:49:34 LMP
Okay. I've got up through step 7 now, and I'm not getting much of a light in the helium indicator here. Why don't I review for you how we've proceeded, and you look at the procedure you gave me, and see if we've missed anything.

054:49:53 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

054:49:57 LMP
Okay. We transferred to LM power and that looked okay. I'm staring at a CAUTION AND WARNING POWER light, and all the red flags; and we got both X LUNAR BUS TIE breakers IN. The UTILITY LIGHTING breaker is IN; then AC BUS B HELIUM PQS DISPLAY; the AC BUS B NUMERIC LIGHTING, and AC BUS B INVERTER 1 is - BUS TIE is CLOSED. Then I closed the INVERTER 1 breaker, and I've selected, on panel 16, and the SIGNAL C0NSENS0R breaker is in; I've selected INVERTER 1 and put the HELIUM MONITOR switch to SUPERCRIT and I have no lights.

054:51:06 CC
Okay, Fred, let us take a look at it.

054:51:07 LMP
I was wondering, do we need an A - do we need, possibly, in the - one of the ANUN/D0CK/ COMPONENT breakers in?

054:51:18 CC
Stand by 1.

054:51:33 LMP
Okay, Jack. Hold the phone. I forgot the rheo- stat was cranked all the way down on the ANUN/ NUM and it's shoving 720, which looks like a pretty good - pretty good number.

054:51:47 CC
Roger. We copy 720. Thank you, Fred - -

054:51:49 LMP
Flashed to 7 - Okay, and it just flickered down to 710. It's kind of flickering between 710 and 720.

054:52:00 CC
Roger. 710 to 720.

054:52:16 CC
Okay, Fred. Those are good numbers, and we're not going to have to crank up the TM. That's the number we were looking for. 02 06 52 26 IMP Very good. Okay. Do you want me to back out of this in reverse at least as far as getting this part of it powered down?

054:52:36 CC
Stand by 1.

054:52:56 CC
Fred, this is Houston. Go ahead and back out of this little test and proceed.

054:53:04 LMP

054:59:01 CMP
Okay. We're back on CSM power. The time was 54 hours 58 minutes 50 seconds.

054:59:10 CC
Roger, Jack. 54:58:50. Thank you.

054:59:26 CMP
Okay, Houston, we'll try to pick you up on the high gain.

054:59:32 CC

055:00:08 CC
And, 13, we're ready on the TV when you are.

055:00:19 CDR
This is 13. Say again, Houston.

055:00:23 CC
13, we're ready on the TV when you are. Any time.

055:00:28 CDR
Okay, sounds good. With you in a minute, we're just cranking up high gain now.

055:01:20 CDR
Okay, Houston. How do you read us in the high gain?

055:01:23 CC
We're hearing you 5 square, Jim, how me?

055:01:28 CDR
Okay. You're coming through okay.

055:01:40 CC
As you were on that, Jim. We don't have you on high gain yet. We're still looking at you.

055:02:27 CC
13, Houston. In this attitude, we'd suggest pitch 5, yaw 237 on the high gain. Over.

055:02:39 CDR
Pitch 5, yaw 237. Roger.

055:05:12 CMP
Okay, Jack. Can you - can you read the high gain now?

055:05:24 CC
Affirmative, Jack. We've got you on a high gain and it appears to us that we're in wide beam - wide beam width.

055:05:32 CMP
Yes. We can't get it to come down to narrow. We tried to switch to AUTO track or REACQ, and it - yaw drives around from 270 to 0. And pitch goes from about 6 degrees around to 90. I'm trying - we're fitting it manual now at the angles that you gave us, and I'll try and get you in medium and narrow beam widths picking it up manually here.

055:06:06 CC
Roger, Jack. Meanwhile, we'll look at the situation you describe there.

055:06:13 CMP
Okay. And it does it on both sets of servo electronic power.

055:07:15 CMP
Jack, what it looks like is that, when we hit 239 degrees at this attitude, it hit some sort of scan limit or something and drops off.

055:07:33 CC
Roger, Jack; thank you.

055:07:37 CMP
Okay, I'm trying you in wide or medium beam width now.

055:07:54 CMP
Can you pick up the TV in this condition here at all?

055:08:07 CC
Negative, Jack. We'll have to have the narrow beam width.

055:08:14 CMP
Okay. Can you give us, maybe, a slight maneuver?

055:09:09 CC
Jack, we'd like you to check two high gain circuit breakers down in panel 25. Check your high gain group 2 and your high gain in the flight bus. Over.

055:09:19 CMP
Okay. Okay, Jack, they're both IN.

055:09:27 CC

055:10:43 CC
13, we've got an attitude suggestion for you. We suggest that you go to roll 285 and try pitch 90 and yaw 0. Over.

055:10:57 CMP

055:14:00 CDR
Okay, Houston; Apollo 13. I think we've got high gain locked up now. Do you confirm?

055:14:07 CC
We confirm that, Jim, we've got you locked up on the high gain and narrow beam.

055:14:13 CDR
Okay, sounds good. We'll get the TV started right away.

055:14:16 CC

055:14:36 CC
13, Houston. We'd like to disable quads C and D; use Alfa and Bravo. Over.

055:14:44 CMP
Okay - -

055:14:45 CDR
- - Disable quads C and D. Roger.

055:14:56 CC
Okay, 13. We've got Fred-o on TV.

055:15:04 CDR
Roger, Houston. What we plan to do for you today is start out in the space shipper [sic] Odyssey, and take you on through from Odyssey in through the tunnel into Aquarius. And show you a little bit of the landing vehicle, and your TV operator is now resting on the center couch, looking at Fred Haise, whose head is now just about at the beginning of the tunnel, and his back is against the lower-equipment-bay optical area. And Fred will now transport him- self into the tunnel, and into the spaceship Aquarius.

055:15:48 LMP
You know one thing I noted. Jack, when I first came across here, that starting upright in the command module and heading down in Aquarius , there's a little bit of an orientation change that, even though I'd been through it once in the water tank, it still pretty unusual. I find myself, now, standing with my head on the floor when I get down inside the LM.

055:16:25 CC
That's a great picture, Jim. You got the light just right.

055:16:40 LMP
And one of the nice things, Jack, particularly for a novice like myself, is the - the ease of moving around in here. It's, of course, as you know from working in the command module simulator, it's really quite a boon to have zero gravity as an aid. Because you get - pretty confining, really, at one g, to move around very much in there, and it's quite easy in this environment. The LM, as you can see, it looked pretty clean, I found a couple of loose washers about it and the - a little plastic cap off the sequence camera had come loose and I found it lodged over by the ED panel. Okay. Right under Jim, now, he's actually standing on a - what looks to be a can here. And, for the sake of all the people back there, housed inside this can is the - the LM ascent engine where, hopefully, you can see my hand resting on top of right now - the engine that we use to get off of the Moon. Immediately adjacent to the engine cover here, I have my hand on a white box now, which has been shown before. This happens to be Jim's PLSS, or the backpack which'll supply oxygen and water for cooling while on the lunar surface. This device we hope to make use of for - a planned 4 hours and possibly up to as much as 5 hours. Right - right behind the PLSS, a couple of little square packages I now have my hand on here, one here and one right below, are our OPSs, which are, in essence, the emergency oxygen supplies, which are good for some 40 to 45 minutes. These are - when we get ready to mount up and head outside, will be placed up on top of the PLSS.

055:19:24 LMP
The second backpack is mounted down on the LM floor, I hope, positioned right between the two of us. I have my hand on it at this time.

055:19:41 CC
Roger, Fred. We see it. The picture's coming through real good, and your description is good. We see Jim's got the camera oriented the way we like to look at it. So, keep talking.

055:20:05 LMP
Okay. I guess everybody has pretty much envisioned the space program as being all a lot of exotic electronics, and, certainly, a lot of it is. But I thought I'd bring out a couple of items here in conjunction with the PLSS. After the first EVA, you get a very accurate measure- ment of the amount of water that's left in the PLSSs. We're going to make use of this bag I'm showing now to collect the remaining water out of the PLSS and see just how much we really did have left, and hopefully, on future missions, to be able to extend safely the allowable time on these units even a little further. And, my other hand, I have the mechanism by which we determine just how much water we really have in this bag. And I guess this - an apt description for this device would be a fish scale. And you can see I'm weighing myself right now, and it says I weigh actually less than zero right now. Guess its calibration isn't too good.

055:21:22 CC
That'll be the day.

055:21:29 LMP
I think even you'd weigh zero here, Jack.

055:21:38 CC

055:22:14 CDR
Houston, this is Jim. Since Fred's been in the lunar module, and since he's the lunar module pilot, this is the first time that he's felt that he's been right-side up.

055:22:34 CC
Roger, Jim.

055:22:37 CDR
I might tell you that we're looking at right now, that round bag that's just behind Fred holds our vacuum hose; and when we get back inside the LM we'll hook the vacuum off our suits, and it's resting or it's attached to the hatch which will - we will open to go on to the lunar surface, and, of course, to come back in. The hatch which we have come to now is a round hatch, which is our docking hatch between the - between Odyssey and Aquarius.

055:23:11 CC
Roger, and we see Fred looking in the vacuum cleaner there now.

055:23:22 LMP
Okay, what I have out now. Jack, is LEVVA, has also been shown before. It's a head garmen.. for wearing out on the surface, and I - I'm bringing Jim's out here to show a couple of MODs. One problem before is that the cast of characters down on the surface haven't been able to be distinguished apart very well. So, not only Jim's suit has some red stripes on it, but as you can see his LEVVA also has a - a red stripe. And now you can see one other MOD here too. Jack. which I hadn't really seen myself before. I guess on 12, Pete and Al had commented about the - commented about having trouble with sunlight in the eyes , so on our LEVVAs they put on a new center section which you can pull down and use sort of like a baseball cap.

055:24:56 CDR
Okay, Jack. Who fixed up our LEVVAs?

055:25:12 LMP
How's the detail on this one. Jack?

055:25:15 CC
Say again, Fred.

055:25:19 LMP
Can you see any detail in this picture now, or am I blocking out too much of the sunlight?

055:25:26 CC
That's affirmative. We've got a good picture of the LEVVA there, and it's coming through loud and clear.

055:25:35 LMP

055:25:54 CDR
Okay, Jack, while Fred is putting away my helmet, you are looking over into Fred's station now. How's this picture, is it okay before - or do I have to adjust it?

055:26:06 CC
We have a hunch that the setting might be in PEAK but we recommend AVERAGE on the ALC if you haven't got it there already.

055:26:16 CDR
We're in AVERAGE, Jack.

055:26:18 CC
Okay. And we're getting a good picture of the LMP side with the DEDA over there.

055:26:29 CMP
Hey, Jack, one question on the command module here. Do I - l have the DAP right now 'wide deadband. Do you want me to begin setting up nar deadband and nulling the rates to start PTC a-

055:26:47 CC
Stand by, Jack.

055:27:31 LMP
What I'm fishing out now, Jack, is another new piece of hardware that we are taking along this time as a result of some comments made on the Apollo 12 flight.

055:27:52 CDR
What Fred is opening up - is a drink bag that we place inside of our neckring that will allow us to drink while we are on the lunar surface. They - Pete and Al - did not have that on Apollo 12 and they, consequently, got very thirsty. But we hope to alleviate that situation by having our own little bag of water which, with very little effort, we can have a sip or two while we are looking around and doing our geology work.

055:28:33 LMP
So if you hear any funny noises, it is just probably the drink bag.

055:28:50 CDR
Fred, the bag's empty.

055:29:16 CDR
Fred is now looking through our optical device. It's an instrument in which to aline our platform, and Fred is now looking into it just to see what kind of an outside picture he might be able to get. We might be able to use a TV camera to look through our optical instrument to the outside of the command module. A few minutes ago while we first came in, we did manage to look to the outside of the side hatch of the command module through our optical instrument. Stand by. We'll try to see what we can do here.

055:29:49 CC
Roger, Jim. Break, Jack, we'd like you to stay in the deadband you are now in, and we'll make a change when the TV is over. Another thing we would like you to do is check your pitch and yaw on your high gain meter so we can compare it with what we're seeing down here.

055:30:11 CMP
Okay, it's showing about - say 28 degrees and 267.

055:30:18 CC
20 and 267.

055:30:21 CMP
28 - 28 and 267.

055:30:45 LMP
Okay, Jack, have you got that picture now?

055:30:49 CC
Fred, about one-quarter of our screen in lighted, and it's impossible to determine what you arce looking at right now. Maybe you could give us a little verbal description.

055:31:02 LMP
Okay. It's looking through the A0T in position 4, right rear. And we're looking back toward the - over the side hatch at the aft side of the service module.

055:31:28 LMP
Okay. Is - is it too dark a picture. Jack? You think the f-stop open may help?

055:31:34 CC
No, Fred, it's got to be centered up a little bit. That's primarily what you have to do.

055:31:43 CDR
Jack, we can't center it up any more, because the side hatch is only one part of the A0T. The rest of that blackness you see is really space.

055:32:11 LMP
Okay. We'll try another one, and it's a little better centered. In fact, the only other one we have that shows the whole picture. We're in the forward D-10 of the AOT now, position 2, and you should be seeing something familiar like a radar antenna.

055:32:41 CC
Okay, we see you moving the camera up to the AOT lens, and we got a real good picture now.

055:33:03 CDR
And -

055:33:23 LMP
Okay, Jack, I'm looking out the right window now, and not too far off in the distance now, you can see the objective, and I'll zoom in on it here a little and see if it brings it in better.

055:33:57 LMP
And it's actually beginning to look a little bigger now. You can see quite distinctly some of the features with the naked eye. And so far, I guess I have to even agree with Jim that it's still looking pretty gray with white spots.

055:34:39 CC
Okay, Fred. We're getting a good picture of your destination there.

055:35:04 CDR
Jack, you've been looking at the - at Fred's workshop now, and you can see the abort guidance computer. And over there on the - tucked away in his armrest, is our activation checklist, which we'll be using very shortly. Up on the top of the window, we have our camera already mounted ready for photographing the descent. And now Fred's engaged in his favorite pastime, I found out on this flight so far.

055:35:47 CC
He's not in the food locker, is he?

055:35:52 CDR
That's his second favorite pastime. He's rigging his hammock for sleep on the lunar surface now to find out - to see what it's going to be like.

055:36:03 CC
Roger. Sleeping and then eating.

055:36:29 LMP
It's kind of difficult here. Jack, getting into a hammock in zero g. I'm not sure if I keep floating away from it or it keeps moving away from me.

055:36:50 CDR
If you notice a few things floating around, we found just about one or two washers occasionally.

055:36:57 LMP
And for the benefit of those that may wonder where Jim sleeps. Be a little difficult to rig his hammock in here right now with the hatch open, but his runs laterally in this direction, fore aft. So he has the upper berth and I get the lower berth.

055:37:34 CDR
And now while Fred's taking his hammock down and restowing it, I might give you some idea of what sort of confusion of attitudes since there is no up or down, and I'm situated on top of the ascent engine just at the entrance to the tunnel. I'll reverse the camera 180 degrees and go from Fred, look through the tunnel again back at Odyssey, and we might pick up part of Jack.

055:38:25 CC
There he is. We see him.

055:38:56 CDR
Okay, Houston. For the benefit of the television viewers, we've just about completed our little inspection of Aquarius, and now we're proceeding through the hatchy-gap into the tunnel and going back toward the Odyssey.

055:39:22 CC
Okay, Jim. It's been a great show so far.

055:40:20 CDR
And finally, Jack'n let me back into [???] Odyssey as we slide on through the tunnel here.

055:41:14 CDR
Houston, 13. Are you still on TV?

055:41:17 CC
Yes, we sure are. We've got a good picture of the skipper there.

055:41:22 CDR
Okay. What we can show you now, a little added benefit, we've got the drogue on Fred's couch in the command module right now. We stowed it temporarily while we're checking out the - out Aquarius and underneath his couch, we've got the probes stowed. Quite a big cumbersome device, and we'll get a shot of it for you.

055:42:13 CDR
You're looking now at our probe, the place on the nose of Odyssey. It's a very heavy thing but I suppose in zero gravity it weighs nothing, and it's much easier to move around. As a matter of fact, both Fred and Jack commented, as many people in the past have, of how much bigger the spacecraft appears in actual flight when you have such ease in moving compared to our simulator which make training rather difficult.

055:42:58 CC
Okay. We're seeing a good picture of the probe there, Jim, and looks like the characters shaved before the show this time.

055:43:10 CDR
Well, Fred said he had to keep up his TV image.

055:43:17 LMP
Yes. That may be my first and last time though. Jack.

055:43:21 CDR
It took Fred 1 hour to shave.

055:43:37 CDR
We might give you a quick - a quick shot of our entertainment on board the spacecraft, which has been keeping us company for some time. 02 07 43 57 (Music - Willow Weep For Me)

055:44:15 CDR
This little tape recorder has been a big benefit - has been a big benefit to us in passing some of our time away on our transit to the Moon, and it's rather odd to see it floating like this in Odyssey while it's playing the theme from "2001." And, of course, the tapes wouldn't be complete without "Aquarius."

055:45:08 CC
Okay, Jim. We're seeing the tape recorder now, and just - by the way, how long do you expect to keep the TV on this evening?

055:45:18 CDR
Well, when we - Stand by 1.

055:45:25 LMP
Yes, I got them with the cabin repress valve again there, Jack.

055:45:29 CDR
Every time he does that our hearts - our hearts jump in our mouth. And, Jack, any time you want to terminate TV, we're all set to go.

055:46:01 CC
Okay, Jim. It's been a real good TV show. We think we ought to conclude it from here now. What do you think?

055:46:11 CDR
Roger. Sounds good. And this is the crew of Apollo 13 wishing everybody there a nice evening, and we're just about ready to close out our in- spection of Aquarius and get back for a pleasant evening in Odyssey. Good night.

055:46:30 CC
Thank you, 13.

055:48:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. The next thing we'd like you to do is to - -

055:48:45 CMP
Go ahead.

055:48:46 CC
- - we'd like you to roll right to 060 and null your rates for photography of the Comet Bennett. To do that, we would like you to enable quads C and D. For the maneuver, use all your quads. And in precisely 1 minute, we'd like you to terminate the battery charge on battery B. One other request, we'd like to have you verify - -

055:49:12 CMP
Okay. Will do.

055:49:14 CC
One other request, we'd like you to verify your high gain configuration. We'd like to know what track mode, what SERVO, and what beam width.

055:49:25 CMP
Okay, Jack, during the TV, we were AUTO TRACK, NARROW BEAM WIDTH, and the PRIMARY ELECTRONICS. And we had a good lockup. Just after we started the maneuver, I was able to lock you up and get real good signal strength, and it just seemed that right there at about 239 degrees in yaw, that the signal strength would just drop off and yaw would go to zero and pitch would go to 90.

055:50:05 CC
Roger. We copy, and the TV show was great.

055:50:12 CMP
Okay, real fine. Okay, I'm going to maneuver to 060, 090, and 0.

055:50:31 CC
And, 13, we'd like you to check C-4 thruster.

055:51:33 CMP
Okay, Jack. The battery charge has been terminated on the battery B.

055:51:38 CC
Roger. We see it, Jack. And we got a reading of minus 2 degrees on the docking index. We'd like to know it that's 2.0 precise or if it's 2.1 or 1.9.

055:51:54 CMP
No. It's a minus 2.0 precisely.

055:51:56 CC
Thank you.

055:52:58 CC
13, we've got one more item for you, when you get a chance. We'd like you to stir up your cryo tanks. In addition, I have shaft and trunnion - -

055:53:06 CMP

055:53:07 CC
- - for looking at the Comet Bennett, if you need it.

055:53:12 CMP
Okay. Stand by.

055:55:19 LMP
Okay, Houston - -

055:55:20 CDR
I believe we've had a problem here.

055:55:28 CC
This is Houston. Say again, please.

055:55:35 CDR
Houston, we've had a problem. We've had a MAIN B BUS UNDERVOLT.

055:55:42 CC

055:55:58 CC
Okay, stand by, 13. We're looking at it.

055:56:10 LMP
Okay. Right now, Houston, the voltage is - is looking good. And we had a pretty large bang associated with the CAUTION AND WARNING there. And as I recall, MAIN B was the one that had had an amp spike on it once before.

055:56:40 CC
Roger, Fred.

055:56:54 LMP
In the interim here, we're starting to go ahead and button up the tunnel again.

055:57:01 CC

055:57:04 LMP
Yes. That jolt must have rocked the sensor on - see now - 0^ QUANTITY 2. It - was oscillating down around 20 to 6O percent. Now it's full- scale high again.

055:57:22 CC

055:57:30 CDR
And, Houston, we had a RESTART on our computer and we had a PGNCS light and the RESTART RESET.

055:57:37 CC
Roger. RESTART and a PGNCS light. RESET on a PGNCS, RESET - -

055:57:44 CDR
Okay. And we're looking at our S - SERVICE MODULE RCS HELIUM 1. We have - B is barber poled and D is barber poled, HELIUM 2, D is barber pole, and SECONDARY PROPELLANTS, I have A and C barber pole. BMAG temperatures?

055:58:07 LMP
Okay, AC 2 is showing zip. I'm going to try to reconfigure on that, Jack.

055:58:13 CC

055:58:25 LMP
Yes. We got a MAIN BUS A UNDERVOLT now, too, showing.

055:58:29 CC

055:58:33 LMP
It's reading about 25-1/2, MAIN B is reading zip right now.

055:59:33 CDR
And, Houston, Odyssey.

055:59:38 CC
Stand by 1, Jim.

056:00:35 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to attempt to reconnect fuel cell 1 to MAIN A and fuel cell 3 to MAIN B. Verify that quad Delta is open.

056:00:53 LMP
Okay, Houston. I'm showing - I tried to reset and fuel cell 1 and 3 are both showing gray flags, but they are both showing zip on the flows.

056:01:08 CC
We copy.

056:03:17 LMP
Okay, Houston. Are you still reading 13?

056:03:20 CC
That's affirmative. We're reading .you. We're tryinp to come up with some good ideas for you.

056:03:29 LMP
Okay. Let me give you some reading ... in the interim to help MAIN A voltage. Jack. I've got BUS TIE AC on.

056:03:37 CC
Say again, Fred.

056:03:42 LMP
In the interim, to help out MAIN A voltage, I've got MAIN BUS TIE BAT AC on. Or would you rather accept the 25 volts we are seeing on MAIN A?

056:03:52 CC
Okay. BUS TIE AC on.

056:04:09 CC
13, Houston. We need OMNI Charlie, please.

056:04:19 LMP
You got it.

056:05:32 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to verify couple of readings for us. We would like the nitrogen pressure on fuel cell 1. We need the oxygen pressure on fuel cell 2.

056:05:46 LMP
Okay. Nitrogen on 1 and oxygen on 2. Is that correct?

056:05:50 CC
Negative. Oxygen on 3.

056:05:54 LMP

056:06:24 LMP
Okay. The systems test 1-A says zip.

056:06:44 LMP
And 2 Baker, which is 3 oxygen, says 0.6.

056:06:50 CC
2 Baker says 0.6, and say again the other one.

056:06:57 LMP
Fuel cell 1 nitrogen reads zero.

056:07:01 CC
Roger. Zero.

056:08:47 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to open circuit fuel cell 1; leave 2 and 3 as is.

056:08:55 LMP
Okay. I'll get to work on that.

056:08:57 CDR
And, Jack, our O2 quantity number 2 tank is reading zero. Did you get that?

056:09:04 CC
02 QUANTITY number 2 is zero.

056:09:07 CDR
That's AC, okay. Yes, that's good AC and it looks to me, looking out the hatch, that we are venting something. We are venting something out into the - into space.

056:09:22 CC
Roger. We copy your venting.

056:09:29 CDR
It's a gas of some sort.

056:09:49 LMP
Okay. Fuel cell 1, you just wanted it off the line now. Jack, is that right?

056:09:52 CC
We just wanted you to open the circuit on fuel cell 1.

056:09:58 LMP
Okay. She's off the line.

056:12:47 CC
13, Houston. We see you getting close to gimbal lock there. We'd like you to bring up all quad Cs on MAIN A, quad C-l, C-2, C-3, C-4 on MAIN A, and also bring B-3 and B-4 up on MAIN A.

056:13:14 CC
13, Houston. Do you read?

056:13:20 LMP
Yes. We got it.

056:13:21 CDR

056:13:22 CC
Okay. Can you tell us anything about the venting, where it is coming from, what window you see it at.

056:13:30 LMP
It's coming out of window 1, right now, Jack, and could you give me the thrusters again?

056:13:35 CC
Okay, the thrusters - -

056:13:37 LMP
What buses?

056:13:38 CC
We'd like - on MAIN A, we'd like Charlie 1, 2, 3, and 4. Also Bravo 3 and 4 on MAIN A.

056:13:52 LMP
Okay. Got it.

056:14:42 CC
13, we need OMNI Bravo.

056:14:46 LMP
0MMI Bravo.

056:16:08 CC
Okay, 13; this is Houston. We'd like you to to your G&C checklist, the pink pages, 1-5. To powerdown until we get a Delta of 10 amps. Over.

056:16:21 LMP
All right. Roger.

056:17:03 CDR
Okay, Jack, say again that - ... for the power- down; it's not in the pink pages, the 1-5.

056:17:10 CC
Okay. We'd like you to go down that powerdown procedure until you get a Delta of 10 amps. Over.

056:17:21 CDR
Roger. ...

056:17:50 CC
13, Houston. Did you copy our powerdown request?

056:17:57 CMP
Roger, Jack. We're - yes, we're doing it right now.

056:17:59 CDR
Where did you say that was located. Jack?

056:18:03 CC
That's in your systems checklist, page 1-5.

056:18:26 CC
And, 13, you might also check for those pages in your launch checklist. They're emergency pages; pink pages, 1-5, and we'd like you to power down until you get - -

056:18:37 CMP
Okay. That was in the launch checklist, Jack.

056:18:42 CC
Roger. Power down until you get an amperage of 10 amps less than what you got now. Over.

056:18:50 CDR

056:22:06 LMP
Okay. Jack. Are you happy with the amps we have now?

056:22:10 CC
Stand by 1, Fred.

056:22:15 CMP
Okay, Jack, and on this page 1-5, we proceeded right down the list, all the way down; we're right now at BMAG number 2 is in WARM UP.

056:22:26 CC
Roger. We copy BMAG 2 in WARM UP. We'll follow you through.

056:22:31 CMP
Okay, and something is giving us a reach. Jack, both in pitch and roll, so I'm suspecting that maybe it's whatever it is that's venting back there. I've had to use DIRECT in order to stabilize this, and as soon as I do, we're starting to pick up rates again. Can you pick up any jets firing?

056:22:54 CC
Stand by. What direction are your rates in. Jack?

056:23:06 CMP
It's negative pitch and negative roll.

056:23:12 CC

056:24:42 CC
13, Houston. We need to get some more instrumentation up. We'd like you to put INVERTER 1 on both AC BUSES. Over.

056:24:53 LMP
Okay. Okay, you got INVERTER 1 on both AC BUSES now. And Jack, one of the items that we turned off was the - all the fuel cell pumps. Okay, and you might let us know when fuel cell 2 needs its pump back; we ought to take care of that guy.

056:25:37 CC
Roger. Okay, Fred, we want FUEL CELL 2 PUMPS to ACl, please.

056:25:55 CDR
FUEL CELL 2 to ACl. Roger.

056:26:00 LMP
Okay, it's on ACl.

056:27:48 CC
OMNI Charlie, please, 13.

056:27:52 CDR
OMNI Charlie.

056:28:06 CC
Okay, 13. We've got lots and lots of people working on this; we'll give you some dope as soon as we have it, and you'll be the first one to know.

056:28:19 CMP
Oh, thank you.

056:28:29 LMP
Okay, Jack, and the weird configuration we're sitting in now is we have the hatch installed, we still have the probe and drogue inside the command module, and we're going to stay in this situation until you - kind of give us an okay to reinstall the probe and drogue.

056:28:47 CC
Roger. We'll give you an answer.

056:28:48 LMP
Or, if necessary, to use the LM consumables.

056:28:52 CC

056:32:11 CC
13, we'd like to have you put thrustsr Alfa 3 on MAIN A, please.

056:32:19 CDR
Alfa 3 on MAIN A.

056:32:24 LMP
Okay, Jack, are you monitoring the quad temps in quad A - package temps?

056:32:31 CC

056:33:37 CC
13, this is Houston. We'd like to power down just a little bit more, so let's get BMAG 2 OFF; and make sure your lights are down. Over.

056:33:49 CDR
Okay. The lights are down, and BMAG 2's going from STANDBY to OFF.

056:34:27 CC
13, Houston - -

056:34:28 CMP
Okay, Jack, now I've got a rate -

056:34:29 CC
- - we'd like you to open circuit fuel cell 3.

056:34:36 CMP
Open circuit fuel cell 3.

056:34:37 CC
Go ahead, Jack.

056:34:46 CMP
Okay, fuel cell 3 is off the line now.

056:35:16 CC
And 13, Houston. We'd like you to turn all your Bravo thrusters OFF; and put all your Delta thrusters on MAIN A, please.

056:35:26 CDR
All Delta thrusters on MAIN A and all Bravo thrusters OFF. Roger.

056:35:55 CC
13, Houston. Turn BATTERY A OFF - -

056:35:56 CDR
Okay, Jack, ...

056:35:57 SC

056:36:01 CMP
That's right; we were pulling current all the time.

056:36:02 CDR

056:36:05 CMP
Now you're ... up.

056:36:07 CDR
I'm transmitting. I don't have any current now.

056:36:15 CMP
Hey, it's off - it's off. They - they killed the bus completely now.

056:37:07 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to isolate your 02 surge tank. Over.

056:37:19 CMP
Surge tank off now. Jack? Okay, Jack, are you copying - 02 tank 1 cryo pressure?

056:37:30 CC
That's affirmative. And we're trying to get power to that tank. Stand by; we're working on it.

056:37:38 CMP

056:39:05 CMP
Okay. We had a - SERVICE MODULE RCS B light. Jack, due to package temperature.

056:39:13 CC
SERVICE MODULE RCS B. We copy. No problem.

056:39:21 CMP
Let's read you the lights we got on now; CRYO PRESS, FUEL CELL 1, FUEL CELL 3, MAIN BUS B UNDERVOLT, SUIT COMPRESSOR.

056:39:33 CC
Roger, we copy them and we'd like to build up the pressure in 02 tank 1, so turn the heaters on manually; we'll watch the pressure for you.

056:39:44 CMP
Okay, do you want to see - -

056:39:45 CC
Go ahead.

056:39:46 CMP
- - We're going to get a MAIN BUS A UNDERVOLT, probably.

056:39:49 CC
Roger. We realize that; we feel we can stand 5 more amps on it.

056:39:56 CMP

056:40:00 CDR
Okay, heater on tank l's ON.

056:41:52 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to additionally bring on the fans in 02 tank 1, and we can stand the additional amperage on that.

056:42:03 CDR
Okay - bring up the fans on 02 tank l.

056:44:32 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to check some circuit breakers on panel 226. CRYO O2 HEATER number l MAIN A, and check the three CRYO FAN MOTORS, TANK l, three phases.

056:44:56 LMP
Okay, Jack. 226 is configured just like it should be. I got three REACS breakers and three RAD breakers open. All the rest are closed.

056:45:11 CC
Okay, Fred. Thank you.

056:45:55 CMP
Jack, looking outside, the number of particles has diminished greatly, almost ceased now, which indicates maybe what was venting has almost stopped.

056:46:09 CC
Roger, Jack. Thank you. We copy.

056:46:14 CMP
I'm still getting some rates in negative pitch, though.

056:46:17 CC

056:46:28 CC
And, 13, we'd like to verify that both BMAGs are off, please.

056:46:35 CMP
Negative. We just have one BMAG. BMAG number 1 is still on.

056:46:43 CC
Okay, Jack. Let's take BMAG 1 off.

056:46:50 CMP
Okay. BMAG number 1 off now.

056:48:06 CC
13, this is Houston. We'd like you to give us a survey of your displays on MDCs 1 and 2. Give us gage readings and talkbacks. Over.

056:48:22 CDR
Okay. We'll start with display number 1.

056:48:30 CMP
Okay, Jack. On MDC 1, there's nothing abnormal. All the rate indicators are zero. Ball number 2 is frozen, of course; we lost MAIN B. I've got - Ball number 1 appears to be working normally. Right now I'm sitting at roll 0, pitch 180, and yaw about 13 degrees. I'm going to try and hold 0, 180, and 0.

056:49:08 CDR
Okay, Houston. The center panel - I'm looking at the RCS indicator A. We have a package temperature of about 180. Our helium pressure is 3900. I'm looking at fuel pressure of about 180 and percentage of about, I'd say 85 percent. B is about the same, except that that package pressure is 190. On quad C, we're looking about the same, except that the package temperature is 100. On quad D, we're looking at package temperature of 160. All other indications are about the same. CM pressure - RCS pressure is looking nominal. Helium pressure's up around 4000. And package temperature is about - a little less than 80 on ring 1 and about the same on ring 2.

056:50:02 CDR
And the - talkbacks on the SM RCS, I've not HELIUM 1 now are all gray. HELIUM 2 are all gray. PRIMARY PROPELLANT all gray. SECONDARY PROPELLANT, I've got two barber pole, and A is barber pole, B gray, C barber pole, and D gray. Okay. On the ECS RADIATORS, barber pole is gray. 0n the - On the ECS, PRIMARY INDICATOR.

056:50:57 LMP
Okay, Jack. Starting at the top. Okay. The CRYO TANKS; H2 1 is reading 230 and the same for 2. Our 02 CRYO TANK l is - looks like it's barely holding its own at 300. And, CRYO TANK 2 is reading zip. Our quantities: H2 1 is reading 73; 2, 74. On the Og side, we're reading O2 1 at quantity, 76; Og 2 pegged to full scale high. RAD TEMPs PRIMARY INLET, we're reading about 55; RAD OUT is reading about 30, and the SECONDARY OUTLET is reading - reading 52 degrees. And the EVAP OUT TEMP is 45, STEAM PRESSURE 0.17, and GLYCOL DISCHARGE 48. SUIT COMPRESSOR is reading zip. The ACCUM is reading 30; H2O WASTE is reading about 34; POTABLE'S reading about 98; SECONDARY RAD INLET is reading about 71; and the RAD OUT is about 30; GLYCOL EVAP TEMP is reading 65, STEAM PRESSURE pegged full scale high; DISCHARGE PRESSURE 9 psi.

056:53:06 CC
Excuse me, Fred; I'd like to butt in here a min- ute. We'd like to have THRUSTER C-1 off.

056:53:17 CDR
C-1 is off.

056:53:18 CC
And proceed - -

056:53:19 LMP
Okay - -

056:53:20 CC
- - my last copy is SECONDARY RAD IN.

056:53:28 LMP
Okay. Your SECONDARY RAD IN, I gave to you 70 - about 72 degrees; the RAD OUT is about 30; the GLYCOL EVAP TEMP is reading about 65; STEAM PRESSURE full scale high, GLYCOL DISCHARGE PRESlSURE about 9 psi. The ACCUM - SECONDARY ACCUMULATOR is about 30 - 34 percent. Our temperatures: SUITS showing about 52 degrees; CABIN about 58 degrees; pressures, SUIT reading 4.1, CABIN at 5. PARTIAL PRESSURE CO2 is up to little over l, about l.l. On the SPS side of the house, the temperature is 72 degrees, helium's reading 3500; A is reading 2300; N2 B about 2450. And our ullage pressures: FUEL is reading about 165; OXIDIZER 170. Fuel cells: FUEL CELL 1, both CLOSED, they're zip; SKIN TEMP 405 degrees; CONDENSE EXHAUST is lower scale. FUEL CELL 2 - right now we've got an O2 or an H2 FLOW reading of 0.13 to 0.14, and the O2 FLOW is right now pegged full scale high although it has been varying depending on thruster activity which has also given us MAIN BUS A under volts from a steady reading of about 1.1 up to full scale high. The Tskin is about 445 and the CONDENSOR EXHAUST 17, correction, 180. Let's see if you want it on the DC indicator: FUEL CELL 1 is 0 amps; 2 is reading somewhere between 44 and about - oscillating 44 to 48 again depending on thruster activity.

056:56:03 CC
Stand by.

056:56:04 LMP
- - is 0 amps. Say again, Jack.

056:56:23 CDR
Houston, 13.

056:56:55 LMP
Hello, Houston; Apollo 13. How do you read?

056:57:07 CC
Okay, 13. This is Houston. It appears to us that we're losing O2 flow through fuel cell 3. So, we want you to close the REAC valve on fuel cell 3. It looks like fuel cell 1 and 2 are trying to hold up okay. You copy?

056:57:26 LMP
Are you saying fuel cell 1 and 2-1 and 2 are trying to hold up but we're leaking O2 out of fuel cell 3? And you want me to shhut the REAC valve on fuel cell 3? Did I hear you right?

056:57:40 CC
That's affirmative. Close the REAC valve on fuel cell 3.

056:57:48 LMP
Okay. I'll go to the SSR page. Do you want me to go through that whole smash for fuel cell shut- down? Is that correct?

056:57:57 CC
Stand by.

056:58:24 CC
Okay, 13. We want you to turn the inline heaters off on fuel cell 1. Then we want you to go through the fuel cell shutdown procedure on fuel cell 3. Read back.

056:58:40 CMP
Okay. Shut down the inline heater on fuel cell 1. We're proceeding with the shutdown, special subroutine, for fuel cell 3.

056:58:51 CC
That's affirmative.

056:59:12 CC
13. OMNI Bravo, please.

056:59:54 CC
13, Houston. Over.

056:59:58 CMP
Go ahead.

056:59:59 CC
Okay. You got OMNI Bravo and we'd like to have you verify that the tape recorder is off please.

057:00:08 CMP
That's verified. Okay, Jack. I'm sitting here with an 0618 showing and I can't get rid of it. Oh, stand by just a - -

057:00:48 CDR
Okay. Fuel cell 3 REACs off, Houston.

057:00:52 CC
Roger, Jim. Thank you.

057:01:54 CMP
Okay, Jack. Step 2, special subroutine 1 for the fuel cell procedure, has been completed.

057:02:01 CC
Roger. Thank you.

057:04:29 CMP
Okay. Jack. I'd like to bring on jet A-4 I've got null on negative pitch control, and - negative pitch control, and right now neither DIRECT or AUTO coils.

057:04:47 CC
Okay. You say no pitch in either DIRECT or AUTO? You want to bring on A-4?

057:04:53 CMP
Yes. I've got a positive pitch rate and I can't stop it.

057:04:58 CC

057:05:08 CC
Okay, Jack. Bring A-4 on; stop the pitch rate.

057:05:14 CMP
Okay. That got it.

057:05:35 CC
And, 13, we need OMNI Charlie, please.

057:05:41 LMP
OMNI Charlie.

057:05:46 CC
And, Fred, we would like to have you verify fuel pell reactants talkback is barber pole.

057:05:54 LMP
That's affirm. I watched it and it went barber pole as I threw the switch.

057:06:01 CC

057:08:01 CMP
Okay. Jack. Let me give you a thruster config- uration right now. Able 1, Charlie 1, Able 2 are off. Charlie 2, MAIN A, all the thrusters that I call that are on are on MAIN A. Baker 1 off. Dog 1 on. Baker 2 off. Dog 2 on. Able 3, Charlie 3, Able 4, Charlie 4 on. Baker 3 off. Dog 3 on. Baker 4 off. Dog 4 on.

057:09:27 CC
Okay, Jack. That thruster configuration looks pkay.

057:09:35 CMP
All right. Okay. Do you want some readings from the systems test meter regarding fuel cells?

057:09:45 CC
Stand by 1 on that. Jack. Let me ask the EEC0M.

057:09:46 CMP
We've got some incompatibilities here.

057:10:03 CC
Okay, 13. We'd like to have you give us those systems test readings on fuel cell 1 and 3, please.

057:10:11 CDR
Okay. 1 and 3 coming up.

057:10:14 LMP
Okay. Jack, 1-A is reading. Lower scale, 0; 1-B is reading 3.45. Okay. You only want fuel cells 1 and 3. Okay. Ignore that 1-B reading. 1-C is reading 3.4. Now, 1-D is reading 2.4. 2-D is reading 0.25.

057:11:09 CC
Roger. Is that 2 Bravo, Fred?

057:11:15 LMP
That's 2 Bravo is reading - oh, about 0.25 to 0.3.

057:11:39 LMP
Okay. 2-C is reading 4.1.

057:12:10 LMP
And 3-A is reading 4.0.

057:12:15 CC
Roger. 4.0. Say again what it is, please.

057:12:22 LMP
3 Able, 3-A.

057:12:48 LMP
3-B is reading 1.8.

057:12:58 LMP
And 3-D is reading 1.95.

057:14:08 LMP
And, Houston, 13. O2 tank pressure number 1 is less than 300 now.

057:14:14 CC
Roger. We're seeing that. We confirm it.

057:15:04 CC
13, Houston. We're going to have to have you go through the shutdown procedure on fuel cell 1. Our 02 pressure is going down as you note and the temperature confirms it. Did you copy?

057:15:24 CMP
Okay. Well, what bus configuration - What main bus do you want powered?

057:15:36 CC
Okay, Jack. We want you to leave the bus configuration as it is. Fuel cell 2 on MAIN A, and we need OMNI Bravo.

057:15:52 CMP
Okay, Jack. We're proceeding on the shutdown procedure for fuel cell 1.

057:16:35 CC
And, 13, Houston. We'd like you to isolate the REPRESS package, please.

057:16:42 CMP

057:16:43 CDR
Isolate the REPRESS package. Roger.

057:16:45 LMP
1 can confirm REPRESS package is off.

057:16:48 CC
Roger. So now you've got the REPRESS package and the surge tank isolated. Is that affirm?

057:16:55 LMP
That is Charlie.

057:16:59 CMP
Okay. Now, this is - We're ready to close the REACs on fuel cell 1; is that right?

057:17:35 CC
Jack, stand by on the fuel - -

057:17:36 CMP
On that last - confirmation. Okay.

057:17:41 CC
Roger. We're - We're giving you one last - -

057:17:42 CMP
We want to just get one last confirmation.

057:17:45 CC
Okay, Jack. We're getting that last confirmation. Stand by, please.

057:17:51 CMP

057:18:01 CC
Okay, 13. We verify that we want you to close down - shut down fuel cell 1, close REACs valve.

057:18:10 CDR
Roger - -

057:18:11 CMP

057:18:12 CDR
- - fuel cell 1; close the REACs valve.

057:18:19 CMP
Fuel - -

057:18:20 CDR
REACs valve on fuel cell 1 is closed.

057:18:45 CMP
Okay, Jack. I can confirm step 2. The fuel cell shutdown procedure is complete for fuel cell 1.

057:18:55 CC

057:19:58 CC
13, we recommend that you enable BD roll in the DAP. Over.

057:20:05 CMP
Okay. Will do - -

057:20:06 CDR
BD roll in the DAP.

057:20:23 CC
13, Houston. We're working on the big dish now, so turn the HIGH GAIN POWER switch off, please.

057:20:32 LMP

057:20:55 CMP
Okay, Jack. When we got the loud bang, we got also a restart. Did you copy that? Is - does GUIDO want anything, a VERB 74 or anything done with the CMC?

057:21:06 CC
Stand by.

057:21:54 CC
13, Houston. We're ready with a VERB 74 now, please.

057:22:05 CMP
Coming down at you.

057:23:54 CMP
Okay, Jack. It looks like 02 tank 1 pressure is just a hair over 200.

057:24:02 CC
We confirm that here and the temperature also confirms it.

057:24:09 CMP
Okay. Does it look like it's still going down?

057:24:12 CC
It's slowly going to zero, and we're starting to think about the LM lifeboat.

057:24:20 CMP
Yes. That's what we're thinking about, too. You want me to do a quick P52? It kind of looks like - We've been talking it over, and it kind of looks like we'd probably aline our plats - LM platform with our platform and then power down the CM, and keep the LM powered up doing a DPS - whatever DPS burns you give us?

057:24:54 CC
13, we're not going to concern ourselves at the moment with a DPS burn. It's going to be some time before we'd get to that; but we're working on other procedures to give you, which will allow us to use the LM systems. Over.

057:25:12 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

057:26:40 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We'd like to charge battery A now.

057:26:46 CDR
Charge battery A. Roger.

057:27:13 CC
And, Jack, in regard to your question about the P52 and LM platform, it's - There's no need to worry about that now. We wouldn't be using the LM platform for - until about 79 hours, so let's go as is on the platform for now. Over.

057:27:30 CDR
Okay. We understand.

057:27:37 CMP
Okay, Jack.

057:30:13 CMP
And, Jack, we've turned off the waste dump heater. If you're going to consider dumping any more waste water, we probably ought to do it while the duct is warm there.

057:30:30 CC
Roger. Stand by, Jack.

057:30:34 CMP

057:30:38 CC
Okay, Jack. Let's keep the water; no need for a dump right now.

057:30:44 CMP
All right.

057:32:15 CC
13, Houston. We see the PROP ISOL valve on RCS quad Charlie closed, so we'd like to also disable AUTO RCS feature in quad Charlie.

057:32:30 CDR
You want to isolate the AUTO RCS features in quad Charlie?

057:32:33 CC

057:32:44 CDR
Okay, Jack. I didn't plan to reset that quad Charlie DROP ISOL valve. Do you want me to do that? Okay. We just tried it and quad Alfa and Charlie barber poles are showing.

057:33:01 CC
Stand by, Jim.

057:33:03 CMP
Okay, Jack. That's the sec - secondary propellant barber poles on Alfa and Charlie.

057:34:47 CC
13, Houston. It won't do any good to try to power the propellant valves on A and C, so we want you to disable the AUTO on RCS Charlie. And we have a procedure for getting power from the LM we'd like you to copy down.

057:35:08 CMP

057:35:09 CDR
Stand by, Jack.

057:35:11 CMP
That sounds like good news. 02 09 36 05 IMP Okay, Jack. About how long is it?

057:36:12 CC
It's not a very long procedure, Fred. We figure we've got about 15 minutes' worth of power left in the command module, so we want you to start getting over in the LM and getting some power on that. And, you ready to copy your procedure?

057:36:27 LMP

057:36:29 CC
Okay. In the CSM.

057:36:30 LMP
Stand by.

057:36:40 LMP
Go ahead.

057:36:41 CC
Okay. In the CSM on panel 5, circuit breakers LM POWER 1 and 2, OPEN. Then LM POWER switch, reset and release. In the LM, on panel 11 and panel 16, TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE. Both circuit breakers CLOSE. On panel l6, circuit breaker ASCENT ECA CONTROL, CLOSE. On 16, DESCENT ECA CONTROL, CLOSE. On panel 14, put your BAT 5 NORMAL feed ON. BATs 1, 2, 3, and 4 LOW VOLTAGE taps, ON. BAT 5 NORMAL feed, OFF. ASCENT ECA CONTROL, OPEN. You copy?

057:38:08 LMP
Stand by 1.

057:38:24 LMP
Okay. In the CSM, on panel 5, we want CB LM POWER 1 and 2, OPEN. Then the LM POWER switch to reset, release. In the LM, panels 11 and 16, X LUNAR BUS TIE breakers closed. On panel l6, the ASCENT ECA CONTROL closed; the DESCENT ECA CONTROL closed. On panel 14, BAT 5 NORMAL feed ON, followed by BATS 1, 2, 3, and 4 LOW VOLTAGE taps ON. Then BAT 5 NORMAL feed OFF. Then ASCENT ECA CONTROL breaker OPEN.

057:38:58 CC
That's a good readback, Fred.

057:39:14 CC
And, 13, Houston. As a final effort here, we would like you to turn on the fans in tank 2. Over.

057:39:23 CDR
Roger. Understand. Turn on the fans in tank 2.

057:39:34 CDR
You want the 02 fans in tank 2, Jack?

057:39:38 CC
That's affirmative, Jim.

057:39:45 CDR
O2 tanks - fans in tank 2 are on.

057:41:31 CC
13, Houston. We'd like you to start making your way over to the LM now.

057:41:38 CMP
Fred and Jim are in the LM.

057:41:42 CC
Okay, Jack. Thank you. 02 09 41 47 IMP And, Jack, I got LM power on.

057:42:50 CMP
Okay. You still with us, Houston?

057:43:03 CMP
Okay, Houston. You read 13?

057:43:06 CC
Reading you loud and clear. Jack. I've got a procedure for - -

057:43:10 CMP

057:43:11 CC
- - the guys in the LM.

057:43:15 LMP
You got another one?

057:43:17 CC
I have an activation procedure. I'd like you to copy it down.

057:43:25 CDR
How long is it. Jack?

057:43:27 CC
It's just four lines. Go to Activation 1, do step 3. Go to Activation 11, omit step 1. Do Activation 12, and then go to Activation 13 and do step 1. Do you copy?

057:43:54 CDR
Okay. Is that Activation 1? Do step 3. Is that correct?

057:43:59 CC
That's affirmative, Jim.

057:44:03 CDR
Activation 11, omit step 1, do the rest. Is that correct?

057:44:06 CC
That's affirmative.

057:44:12 CDR
Do Activation 1 and Activation 13, step 1.

057:44:14 CC
That's all correct.

057:44:25 CMP
Okay, Jack. Pressure in tank 1 is approaching 100 psi. What's going to be the symptoms of this fuel cell starting to drop off?

057:44:51 CC
Stand by. Jack. We'll get the word on that.

057:44:56 CMP

057:45:06 CC
And, Jim, when you get to the end of that procedure, we'd also like to have you put the DEMAND REGs to CABIN.

057:45:15 CDR

057:45:31 CDR
Jack, was that Activation 1, step 3 only, or all of Activation 1?

057:45:38 CC
That's go all the way down to step 3, Jim.

057:45:44 CDR
Activation 1 to step 3. Roger.

057:46:48 CDR
Houston, Apollo 13. Never mind.

057:46:54 CC
13, say again, please.

057:46:58 CDR
Oh, we were curious about Activation 11 on the VHF.

057:47:04 CC
Omit the VHF.

057:47:05 CDR
- - ... Jack. It's got - Okay.

057:48:17 CC
Jack, this is Houston. We want you to keep the IMU up and keep the lights on so you can see in there, and leave battery off - battery A off and, at the appropriate time, we'll put it on MAIN A. And we're going to keep the IMU up so's we can get a coarse aline in the LM.

057:48:38 CMP
All right. Real good. Right now, we're charging battery A. Do you want to discontinue that?

057:48:46 CC
Discontinue the charge on battery A, Jack.

057:49:22 CMP
Okay, Jack. I discontinued charge on battery A. You give me the call and I'll turn BUS TIE AC on.

057:49:32 CC
Roger. And we want you to keep the lights up and the IMU on.

057:49:38 CMP

057:49:48 CC

057:49:48 CC
And, Jack, we'd like you to leave the C0MM configuration as is until we get C0MM with the LM.

057:49:57 CMP

057:50:08 CC
And, 13, this is Houston. I've got another procedure for the LM. A short one.

057:51:15 CDR
Okay. Ready to copy. Jack.

057:51:17 CC
Okay. On panel 11, we'd like you to close the LGC DSKY circuit breaker. Then we want you to go to Activation 25; do steps 1, 2, and 3. Then go to Activation 30, and that will give us a docked IMU coarse aline. Over.

057:51:41 CDR
Roger. Panel 11, close LGC circuit breaker. Activation 25, do steps 1, 2, 3, and then do complete Activation 30. Is that correct?

057:51:50 CC
That's affirmative. On panel 11, LGC DSKY circuit breaker closed.

057:53:15 CC
And in the LM, let's go to panel 11 and close the SUIT FAN circuit breaker and get suit fan 1 cranked up.

057:53:26 CDR
Okay. Panel 11, close SUIT FAN circuit breaker, and we'll get the suit fan cranked up.

057:53:30 CC
That's affirm.

057:53:47 CC
And, Jack, in the CSM, go to BYPASS on the radiators and turn your GLYCOL PUMP off.

057:53:56 CMP
Okay. Pull the BYPASS; GLYCOL PUMP going off.

057:54:04 CC

057:55:42 CC
And, 13, in the CSM, we want to verify that all the fuel cell pumps are off, and we want to have you turn off the 02 fans in the tank 2.

057:55:56 CMP
Okay. Tank 2 fans going off. Okay. That leaves me with tank 1 fans on the tank 1 heaters on.

057:56:08 CC
That's affirm.

057:56:10 CMP
Fuel cell 2 pump going off now.

057:56:21 CC
Jack, leave them both on in tank 1.

057:56:26 CMP

057:57:55 CC
13, Houston. We've got AOS on the LM here.

057:58:01 CMP

057:59:23 CC
And, 13, this is Houston. In the LM, we'd like to have 12, step 3, which is get the batteries on high taps . Over.

057:59:34 LMP

057:59:41 CDR
How you going there? Activation 12, step 3.

058:00:18 LMP
Okay. And, Jack, how do you read from Aquarius?

058:00:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Say again, please.

058:00:28 LMP
Okay. I was just making a COMM check here. I'm on high voltage taps.

058:00:32 CC
Roger. We see them, Fred, and I'm reading you loud and clear.

058:00:39 LMP
Okay. Didn't think I'd be back this soon.

058:00:51 LMP
Okay. What next, James? Coarse aline?

058:00:57 CDR
Do it right. Take your time.

058:01:32 CC
And, Aquarius, Houston. We'd like you to, on your alinement, can you continue right on through the fine aline Activation 31? Go right on through step 7. Over.

058:01:45 LMP
Okay. You want to go on 31 through step number 7, Jack.

058:01:50 CC
That's affirmative. And, Odyssey, we've got another configuration for you. All l6 RCS AUTO SELECT OFF. All RCS heaters off. Over.

058:02:06 CMP
Okay. I can verify all heaters off. Jack, I've got to keep a fairly minimum deadband until I get through this coarse aline.

058:02:15 CC

058:02:26 LMP
Okay. VERB 41, NOUN 20. Okay. You want plus? Plus or minus? Plus 302.43? Is that right?

058:03:12 LMP
Okay. Let me enter it. Okay. What's the next one? Plus 347.78. 347.78. Okay. 081.3. [???] that right? ENTER. Okay.

058:03:53 CC
Odyssey, Houston - - 02 10 03 54 CDR

058:03:55 CC
- - your battery A on.

058:03:59 CMP
Battery A on now.

058:04:01 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

058:04:03 CDR
Houston. Okay. I want you to doublecheck my arithmetic to make sure we got a good coarse aline- The roll CAL angle was minus 2 degrees. The command module angles were 355.57, 167.78, 351.87.

058:04:36 CC
Okay, Jim. We copy the roll CAL at minus 2.O. The command module is 355.57, 167.78, 351.87.

058:05:19 LMP
Okay. VERB 41, we've done that. Okay.

058:05:27 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request high bit rate, please.

058:05:36 LMP
You want high bit rate?

058:05:38 CC
That's affirmative, Fred. Won't cost us anything.

058:06:22 CC
Odyssey, Houston. We'd like you to, on your C0MM configuration, go to PRIMARY POWER AMP OFF, LOW BIT RATE, and D0WNV0ICE BACKUP. Over.

058:06:42 CC
And, Aquarius, we need your SUIT GAS DIVERTER to CABIN.

058:06:55 CMP
All right. You got it.

058:07:02 CMP

058:07:11 CC
Okay, Jack. Thank you. And, Aquarius , your arithmetic looks good on the coarse aline, there.

058:07:20 CMP
Okay. Okay stand by for an ENTER.

058:07:26 CMP
Three -

058:07:39 CMP
Get the GET; we need the GET. What is it? What's that? 58? 58:07?

058:08:15 CMP
58 what?

058:09:16 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

058:09:18 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

058:09:23 CDR
Here are the gimbal angles. Command module, 356.69, 163.42, 346.67. Aquarius is 302.26, 345.92, 011.79. Over.

058:09:47 CC
Okay, Jim. I got command module 356.65, 163.42, 346.67. Aquarius, 302.26, 345.92, 011.78.

058:10:07 CDR
That's 011.79.

058:10:11 CC
Say again, please.

058:10:17 CDR
The LM middle gimbal is 011.79.

058:10:22 CC
011.79. Got it.

058:12:10 CMP
Houston. ... flashing.

058:12:19 CC
Odyssey, Houston. We need a command reset on your - on your C0MM, and then we'd like you to power down to CMC, power down the IMU, heaters off on the IMU, but leave the battery A on.

058:12:43 CMP

058:12:58 CC
Odyssey, Houston.

058:13:08 LMP
Ask him if he's ...

058:13:10 CDR

058:13:11 LMP
Are you ...?

058:13:12 CDR

058:13:13 CDR
Houston, this is Odyssey. Go ahead.

058:13:16 CC
Okay, Jim - -

058:13:18 CDR
Copy it down.

058:13:20 CC
Okay, Jim. 1 think I'm reading Jack, now. But what we want him to do is to give us a command reset. And then power down the CMC, power down the IMU, turn the IMU heater off, leave battery A on. Over.

058:14:19 CMP
That's just about 80 - in fact, 82 hours out of the two primary cartridges. That's two guys. 44 is what LC8 got. That would be 88 hours. We got a secondary. You're right. We're listening.

058:14:41 CC
Odyssey, Houston.

058:14:43 CMP
They can stand it - Go ahead?

058:14:47 CC
Yes, Jack. Did you copy down about the CMC IMU?

058:14:52 CMP
Yes, Jack. I read it back twice to you. Command reset, which I've done. I'm about to power down the IMU, power down the CMC, turn the IMU heaters off, leave BAT A on.

058:15:07 CC
That's affirm. Thank you.

058:15:11 CMP
Okay. I just got a MASTER ALARM and MAIN BUS A UNDERV0LT. And I'm starting to power down, now. - -

058:15:21 LMP
We've lost - The only advantage to doing it early; if we can power back - the LM back down. The only advantage doing it early is you can do a big burn now and a midcourse and then power the LM down. Otherwise, we got to keep the LM powered up clear until we get around the Moon. Plus it would be inside on the burn. I just hope the G&N hangs up on - hangs in on this one - I'd sure hate to do that one manual.

058:16:05 CDR
Oh boy.

058:16:06 CC
Odyssey, Houston. Couple circuit breakers for you. On panel 276, on our INSTRUMENTATION POWER CONTROL, open CB number 3 and number 4.

058:16:33 CMP
Okay, Houston. Panel 276, INSTRUMENTATION out and reset - -

058:16:39 CMP
- - a lot of light.

058:16:40 LMP
- - CB-3 and CB-4 are open.

058:16:45 CMP

058:16:47 CC
That's affirmative, Odyssey. And also get your SCS electronics package and power off, and your FDAI POWER/GPI off, and your AUTO jet SELECT, all 16 off.

058:17:07 CMP
Okay, Well, wait a second. Let me - Let me get the CMC power down.

058:17:13 CC
Roger, Jack.

058:17:16 LMP
I wonder how much that's going to bring this up, here.

058:17:23 CDR
Jack, while he's doing that, copy down what you just said again. I want to write it down.

058:17:36 CC
Aquarius, we need to get your sublimator powered up, Activation page 20 and Activation page 21, step 3. Over.

058:17:52 CDR
Roger. Activation page 20 and Activation page 21, step 3, sublimator.

058:17:58 CC

058:18:00 CMP
That's Activation, page 20? Okay, Jack. Now I have to power down IMU. I have no control at all. I'm going to turn my 16 jets off. Say again the other things you wanted?

058:18:28 CC
Okay, Jack. We'd like you to turn off your 02 tank 2 heaters and fans. Correction - tank 1. Turn the fans and heaters off.

058:18:41 CDR
Okay. And, Jack, can we turn on the FDAI circuit breakers so we could have a ball to see if we go to gimbal lock or not?

058:18:49 CC
Stand by.

058:18:53 CMP
Houston, he's going to give a l6 NOUN 20, Jack. And, okay, I've got 02 heaters and fans off in tank 1.

058:19:15 CDR
And, Jack, let me know if you get close to gimbal lock, would you?

058:19:25 CC
Jim, we don't want you to power down the ball in the LM. We wanted you to power down the ball in the CSM.

058:19:39 CMP
Jack, they haven't powered down - -

058:19:42 CDR
Jack, we don't have the balls powered up in the LM.

058:19:45 CMP
I have the CMC and IMU in the command module is powered down. The heaters are out.

058:19:56 LMP
And the EVAP flow valve, that's open now, and I've undone my suit hoses here and opened up the suit flow valves; so, we got air flowing in the LM now.

058:20:11 CMP
Okay, Jack. Will you say again the SCS items you wanted me to power down?

058:20:45 CMP
Okay, Houston. Do you read Odyssey?

058:20:55 CDR
Hello, Houston. How do you read?

058:21:01 LMP
His gimbal lock and ours are different, Jim.

058:21:09 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Say again, please. You were cut out.

058:21:15 CMP
Okay, Jack. Do you want me to proceed by the SCS powerdown checklist? I did not copy the SCS items you wanted me to power down.

058:21:32 CC
Okay, Odyssey. We want to go SCS ELECTRONICS POWER, OFF.

058:21:39 CMP
Okay. It's done.

058:21:41 CC

058:21:47 CMP
That's done.

058:21:48 CC

058:21:52 CMP

058:21:59 CDR
Okay, Jack. Tell me there. We need to know when we're getting close to gimbal lock in the LM. We have no balls right now.

058:22:06 CC
Okay. We want you to power up your eight-ball. We want you to get your RCS heaters on. Pres- surize the RCS and open up the MAIN SOVs. Over.

058:22:23 LMP
Okay, Jack. I got two commander FDAI breakers in, AC and DC, and the two GASTA breakers in AC and DC and next you'll want the RCS heaters all on with the - pressurize the RCS and then the MAIN SOVs open. And I think they're already open.

058:22:40 CC
Roger. And, Fred-o, get the TCA breakers in last. Please.

058:23:00 LMP
Roger, Jim. I'm holding open those until you give me a further word anyway. I'm just going to pressurize right now.

058:23:08 CDR
Jack, are you reading LM gimbal angles?

058:23:38 CMP
- - ... power off, come down here and ... the audio ...

058:24:16 CC
Okay, Aquarius. I have some gyro torquing angles and the Odyssey is powered down, attitude-control- wise, so LM's got attitude control now.

058:25:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

058:25:21 LMP
Go ahead, Jack.

058:25:24 CC
Okay. We want you to know that we got some gyro torquing angles for you. And we want you to tell us when you got attitude control in the LM.

058:25:38 LMP
Okay. We're still working on the pressurization. I'm getting Jim on the horn here so he can help out, there.

058:25:43 CC

058:26:09 CMP
Wonder why.

058:26:14 LMP
We got to get this pressurized.

058:26:55 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

058:26:58 CC
Stand by 1, Aquarius, Odyssey. We'd like you to go DIRECT RCS and hold your present attitude out the window until the LM gets RCS powered up. Go ahead, Jim.

058:27:12 CDR
Well, that's my question. We're not - Our 16 20 doesn't match our eight-ball here. We went to FDAIs ON, and we don't have our balls completely powered up. There may be a ... and our angles don't look the same and we don't want to go into gimbal lock.

058:27:28 CC
Roger. How far are you from RCS power up - RCS pressurization?

058:27:45 LMP
Okay, Jack. I'm right up to where it's MASTER ARM, ON; RCS, FIRE; - - 02 10 27 49 MS

058:27:50 LMP
- - both LOGIC POWERs out ... goes into normal circuit-breaker. ... Do you want A in and then I'll fire them?

058:27:59 CC
Okay, 13. You're both talking at once. One at a time, please.

058:28:10 CMP
Okay. Who's first?

058:28:11 CC
Close LOGIC POWER A and B, Fred, and pressurize RCS.

058:28:17 LMP

058:28:24 CC
Go ahead, Odyssey.

058:28:29 CMP
Okay. I'm going to try to do the best I can. I've got a one-attitude reference I'm going to fly according to the lunar terminator.

058:28:37 CC
Roger, Jack. Just maintain attitude.

058:29:04 CMP
What am I doing? I can't do that, anyway. Let's see, cross feed. Nope. Now, and -

058:29:25 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'll have to get some AC up so you can get a ball reading. Close your BUS TIE INVERTER circuit breakers, all four of them on panel 11. Close your AC BUS VOLT circuit breaker on panel 11. On panel 16, INVERTER 2, CLOSE. Select inverter 2. Over.

058:29:50 CDR
That's been completed. Jack.

058:29:58 LMP
Okay. The RCS is pressurized now.

058:30:39 LMP
Okay, Jack. Do you want us to proceed right on down the line with the RCS check-out and Activation 37 now?

058:30:51 CC
Stand by, Fred.

058:31:03 LMP
Hell, is he still firing up there?

058:31:15 CC
Okay, Fred. Negative on the activation on page 37. Go on to your RCS pressurize and then get your TCA breakers in and go to PGNS attitude hold.

058:31:53 CDR
Okay, Jack. How do you read?

058:31:56 CC
Okay, Jim. This is Houston. We want you to load the DAP with 30120.

058:32:06 CDR
Load the DAP with 30120. Complete.

058:32:16 LMP
Okay. We need to change that CSM weight.

058:32:25 CC
Okay, Aquarius. Your CSM weight is 63400.

058:32:51 CDR
And Jack's alive to take control the LM to stay away from gimbal lock. Over.

058:32:58 CC
Affirmative. Take control of the LM. PGNS ATTITUDE HOLD.

058:33:06 LMP
We are.

058:33:08 CC
And, Odyssey, request you coordinate with Aquarius on attitude control.

058:33:16 CMP

058:33:17 CDR

058:33:19 CDR
Okay. I don't see where you're firing these things ...

058:33:22 SC

058:33:27 CDR
Are you firing anything?

058:33:28 CMP
I don't think so.

058:33:54 CDR
Okay. I got DIRECT.

058:34:04 CC
And, Aquarius, check you ATCA (PGNS) breaker on panel 11 in.

058:34:13 CDR
Say again.

058:34:15 CC
Close, on panel 11, circuit breaker ATCA (PGNS).

058:34:21 CDR
ATCA (PGNS). Come on. Let's take it easy now.

058:34:30 CDR
Okay. We've got ATCA (PGNS) closed.

058:34:31 LMP

058:34:32 CDR
Is that okay?

058:34:34 LMP

058:34:35 CDR
Okay. Now I'm looking.

058:34:37 LMP
... okay ...

058:34:46 CMP
How about plus?

058:34:48 LMP
No. ...

058:34:49 CDR
Okay. It's already open.

058:34:53 CDR
Okay. Slow down.

058:34:58 LMP
Okay, Jack. We got it.

058:35:16 CDR

058:35:21 CC
Okay, Jim. How's the attitude control?

058:35:27 CDR
Okay, Jack. We've got attitude control now in the LM. We're going to try to rotate up through the bellyband.

058:35:34 CC

058:35:38 CDR
I like that sound like I got back there.

058:35:59 CC
Odyssey, Houston. I've got a procedure for you.

058:36:05 CMP
Okay, Jack. I'm ...

058:36:09 CDR
I want to go up this way to get away from that - the radios are powered, huh?

058:36:16 CMP

058:36:33 CDR
Check your antenna?

058:36:37 CMP
Okay, Jack. Odyssey is ready to copy.

058:36:40 CC
Okay, Jack. What we want you to do is close the reactants valve on fuel cell 2. Power down your inverters. Power down your battery relay bus. Battery ties, off, and pull your entry circuit breakers, entry battery circuit breakers A, B, and C.

058:37:15 CMP
Check the control, and make sure we don't go to gimbal lock, Fred.

058:37:21 CMP
Okay, Jack; understand. Close REAC valve circuit breakers in fuel cell 2. Power down inverters. Power down BAT relay bus. BAT TIES, OFF. Power entry and both running circuit breakers A, B, and C. All off.

058:37:41 CC
That's affirmative. Jack. And close the reactant valve on fuel cell 2, there.

058:37:50 CDR
Okay. I'll do that, and Jack'll do that other.

058:38:02 CC
Okay, Jack; on fuel cell 2, open circuit it.

058:38:18 CMP
Okay. Fuel cell 2 is open circuited. Do you want me to go through the standard shutdown procedure for the REAC valves and -

058:38:37 CC
Odyssey, Houston. All you have to do is close the REACs valve on fuel cell 2.

058:38:42 CMP
Okay. CB REACs and vent REAC valves all closed.

058:39:24 CMP

058:39:55 CDR

058:39:58 LMP
... an hour and a half.

058:40:01 CDR

058:40:06 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

058:40:09 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

058:40:12 CDR
Okay. Odyssey is completely powered down, ac- cording to the procedure that you read to Jack.

058:40:22 CC
Roger; we copy. That's where we want to be, Jim.

058:40:36 LMP
And, Jack, have you all got good LM data down there now?

058:40:47 CC
That's affirmative, Fred. We're getting good LM data.

058:40:53 LMP
Okay. In that case, I think I'll pull out some display breakers and just let you all keep an eye on things.

058:41:02 CC

058:41:04 CDR
He's turning his lights off now, too.

058:41:06 CC
Stand by 1 on that, Fred.

058:41:18 LMP

058:41:21 CDR
What about these lights up here?

058:41:30 LMP
I've got it.

058:41:32 CDR

058:41:34 LMP
Where would you like ...?

058:41:37 CDR

058:41:47 LMP

058:42:41 CDR
We don't want to lose COMM with him.

058:42:45 LMP
I'm watching it.

058:43:52 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Stand by on opening your circuit breakers for displays. We're going to let you know what they are, and I have some gyro torquing angles for you.

058:44:10 LMP
Okay. What page is that there gyro torquing?

058:44:12 CDR
Okay. What page is the, do we write the gyro torquing angles on there, Jack?

058:44:17 CC

058:44:18 LMP
Okay. We're there now, Jim. Jim's got it. Go ahead with the gyro torquing angles.

058:44:24 CC
Okay. We'd like you to proceed with the fine aline and your gyro torquing angles are X plus 003.30, Y plus 024.80, Z minus 015.10. Over.

058:44:48 CDR
Okay. I read your gyro torquing angles as plus 003.30, Y is plus 023, I only have four numbers for Y; you'll have to give that one to me again, and Z is minus 015.10. Read Y again, please.

058:45:06 CC
Okay, Jim. X and Z are correct and Y is plus 024.80.

058:45:19 CDR
Okay. We read Y as plus 024.80. We'll proceed on Activation 40 to fine aline the platform.

058:45:28 CC
Roger. Okay, Aquarius, proceed as on page 40 with IMU fine aline.

058:47:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Can you see any stars out the LM window?

058:47:53 LMP
We'll have to wipe them off, Jack. They're coated with water right now.

058:47:59 CDR
Can I get a towel?

058:48:00 LMP

058:48:01 CC
Roger. As soon as you get a chance to - on your position - to take a look, we'd like to know if you can see stars for alinement purposes.

058:48:16 LMP
Okay. Jim's going to be in trouble in our present attitude out his side. The Sun's there.

058:48:25 CDR
Wait 1.

058:48:29 LMP
What have you got? How much you got left in battery A? Okay. I wish I knew what the hell they were thinking right not ... - -

058:48:51 CDR
They're talking about powering down and doing a P51 here?

058:48:57 LMP
No. They were just thinking about P52 - -

058:49:00 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Negative on the P51. We want to stay just like we are, but we'd like to be able to correlate what you're doing with some simulator work we're going to crank up. And so if you can give us information as to what stars you can see out the window, we can make that correlation.

058:49:22 CDR
Would you say one more time? Give me the top two. The top two.

058:49:33 CC
Jim, what we want you to do is go with your cur- rent fine aline and disregard the P51. What we're attempting to do is to crank up some LMS simulations to correlate what we can get out your window with what we can get out the LMS window to see if that will help us any. So when you can see some stars, if you can, you think you can recognize them and recognize constellations, please let us know.

058:50:02 CDR
Okay. We'll check. Stand by.

058:50:16 CDR
Okay. Watch the--

058:50:45 CMP
I'm just glad ...

058:51:25 CDR
Okay, stand by.

058:51:40 CDR
Okay. Here, unplug this.

058:52:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We notice that the O2 pressure in the ASCENT TANK 02 is a little high, so we want to use some of it. So close DESCENT 02 and open ASCENT 02, tank 2. Over.

058:52:45 LMP
Okay, Jack. Switch now on ASCENT number 2 02 tank, DESCENT 02 is closed.

058:52:53 CC
Roger, Fred.

058:53:39 CDR
... that?

058:54:01 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read?

058:54:05 CC
Reading you 5 square, Jim. Go ahead.

058:54:09 CDR
Okay. I'm looking out of Fred's window. I see a lot of particles out there, but a lot of that stuff is still drifting away from us, so a lot of it is flashing in the local vicinity, and I don't recognize any constellations right now, in this particular attitude.

058:54:34 CC
Okay, Jim. If that status changes, please let us know.

058:54:41 CDR
Roger. We're continuing to drift. Okay, get your TTCAs to roll.

058:54:54 LMP
TTCA ...

058:55:08 CC
And, Aquarius; Houston. I've got some circuit breakers you can open to power down displays. In addition, I have a P30 maneuver pad. Over.

058:55:20 CDR
Roger. Stand by, Houston. Get the CS - get the pad hook.

058:55:28 LMP
Get the LM data - get the LM book.

058:55:32 CDR
And, say - We're getting the pad book now, Jack - and say the boost on powered up?

058:55:38 CC
Okay. I have some circuit breakers that you can open up in order to power down displays.

058:55:45 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1, Jack. I'm going to get my C0MM carrier on.

058:55:54 CDR
All right, I'll tell you what. Get all the LM stuff. Give me the LM stuff right now. Jack, give me all the LM stuff.

058:56:45 LMP

058:57:06 CDR
All right, Jack. Hey, what do you need out of here?

058:57:13 CMP
... status.

058:57:19 CDR

058:58:12 CDR
Now is there any way they can control this thing with the LM on? Fred-o? 02 10 58 20 IMP What's that?

058:58:21 CMP
Looks like I'm cross-coupling here. I might as well -

058:58:23 LMP
Yes, you are. TTCA will give you the best con- trolling warning.

058:58:30 CDR
Yes, and I want to get out of this roll. What if I goto

058:58:42 LMP
It doesn't matter where the hell you are. ... gimbal lock ... my flashlight or any flashlight.

058:59:16 LMP
... down and power down ...

058:59:34 CDR
Well, I'm not doing any good here.

058:59:38 LMP
Okay, how do you read now, Jack?

058:59:44 CMP

058:59:46 LMP
Yes, we're on.

058:59:51 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

058:59:54 CMP
Back on? Yes.

059:00:04 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You're watching the middle gimbal there, aren't you? Go ahead, Aquarius.

059:00:12 LMP
Okay. Go ahead with the breakers first. Jack.

059:00:15 CC
Okay. You watching your middle gimbal there?

059:00:20 CDR
Tell them we are.

059:00:24 CMP
Your attitude is just straight pitch down, Jim. Okay, you're moving away.

059:00:48 CC
Okay, Fred, I've got six circuit breakers for you.

059:00:54 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

059:00:56 CC
Okay, they're all on panel 11. Row 1 under AC BUS B, open HELIUM PQGS for PROPELLANT DISPLAY.

059:01:07 LMP
It's OPEN.

059:01:08 CC

059:01:25 LMP
They're OPEN.

059:01:26 CDR
Okay. They're all OPEN.

059:01:27 CC

059:01:38 CDR
It's OPEN.

059:01:39 LMP
It's OPEN?

059:01:42 CC
Okay. That concludes the powerdown of displays. And I have a P30 pad for you.

059:01:53 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

059:01:57 CC
Okay. The purpose is a pericynthion plus 2 hours DPS abort. NOUN 33: 079:25:26.48; plus 1633.0, minus 0014.5, minus 0751.5; apogee not applicable, perigee is plus 0020.5; 1797.7, 8:35, 268, 264, plus 16410, minus 00145, minus 07338. COAS is NA. And I have two gimbal trim angles for you which will be updated. Right now, however, we want you to go with pitch 5.86, roll 6.75. Over.

059:03:37 LMP
What was that for?

059:03:40 CDR
Pitch and yaw, maybe, huh?

059:03:42 LMP
Okay, what was the last two things you gave me, a pitch and roll angle for what?

059:03:47 CC
That's for your DPS trim.

059:03:48 CDR
Those were gimbal angles for - pitch and yaw.

059:03:54 LMP
Oh, Roger. GDAs.

059:03:56 CC
Yes, that's what I mean. Sorry.

059:03:58 LMP
Pericynthion plus 2 - Okay, DPS pericynthion plus 2, at 079:25:026.48; plus 1633.0, minus 0014.5, minus 0751.5; HA N slash A, HP plus 0020.5; 1797.7, 8:35, 268, 264, plus 16410, minus 00145, minus 07338

059:04:43 CDR
Did we lose the water in the - -

059:04:44 LMP
- - N slash A in the COAS, and you gave me GDA angles of pitch 5.86, and you want roll 6.75.

059:04:56 CC
Good readback, Fred.

059:05:00 CDR
Yes, lose - get all the little bags you can with water.

059:05:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Say again, please.

059:05:13 LMP
Okay. We didn't answer back there, Jack. Check to see if you're on VOX.

059:05:19 CDR

059:05:22 LMP
Neither am I, okay. Why the hell are we maneuvering at all now? Are we still venting?

059:05:34 CDR
Well, we're at ATT HOLD for one thing - I mean, we're at MINIMUM IMPULSE.

059:05:38 LMP
No, I mean why can't you null them out, somewhere?

059:05:41 CDR
Every time I try to - I can't take that doggone roll out. I got to wait until they get around to the bellyband.

059:05:50 LMP
Wait a minute. Do you - you fight roll by using the TTCA left right. That's what you need to play with.

059:06:04 CDR
Okay. We'll try that. Let me get around though. Let's roll. Let it roll all the way.

059:06:12 LMP
Yes, you can't let it roll all the way.

059:06:13 CDR
I know. I know. But I mean -

059:06:16 LMP
Okay. Then until it's upside down at least, huh?

059:06:18 CDR

059:06:19 LMP
Okay. Well, should I ask him what the return time on that one is? Or are you interested?

059:06:31 CDR
Let's get the first things first.

059:06:43 LMP
Oh, you don't want to hear. Let me figure some times out here. That's at 79, and what are we at now? About - do we - do we - do we even know any better computer time, do we?

059:06:57 CDR

059:07:00 LMP
Hey, Jack. Do you still have a mission timer? You don't? Okay.

059:07:07 CDR
I'll tell you what. Let's ask - let's ask Houston to give us a mission timer, computer time. They can up link it to us. Okay, hold it.

059:07:18 LMP
Go ahead.

059:07:20 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

059:07:21 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

059:07:25 CDR
You know, we don't have a - I don't think we have a computer clock going, and why don't you up link that stuff to us?

059:07:31 CC

059:07:40 CC
And, Fred-o, I got some fast circuit breakers on panel 16 for you.

059:07:49 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

059:07:51 CC

059:08:00 LMP
It's OPEN.

059:08:01 CC

059:08:10 LMP
Okay. They're both OPEN.

059:08:12 CC
Okay, Fred. On row 3 under COMM, open DISPLAYS and under ECS, open DISPLAYS.

059:08:25 LMP

059:08:28 CC
Okay. And two more. In row 4 under HEATERS, open DISPLAYS and under EPS, open DISPLAYS.

059:08:40 LMP
Okay. HEATERS DISPLAY, EPS DISPLAY OPEN. And I've long since had all the lights off, floods, et cetera.

059:08:55 CDR
Where are those bags? Where are those bags for weighing water in the PLSS?

059:09:02 LMP

059:09:03 CDR
We're going to fill up command module water. We'll ...

059:09:09 LMP
Hell, do you need a QD *** Jim. No way to get ours in there. I don't think.

059:09:37 LMP
Hey, Jim.

059:09:44 CDR
I wonder if one of our water ... jet is. Okay, let's control - What else can we fill up there?

059:10:00 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

059:10:02 LMP
We're not - we're not going to - -

059:10:03 CC
We're not going to be able to up link your time because of the IU, and we have a frequency problem there. But what I'd like to do is give you a time to set up on your mission timer and give you a mark and then you can put it into the DSKY from there. Over.

059:10:25 CDR
Okay. Standby.

059:10:27 LMP
Wait a minute. Why do we need a mission timer right now, anyway? I mean, that bad, they'd tell us.

059:10:32 CDR
Well, I'd rather have a timer going so that we - what are we going to put in the DSKY? Should we shut down the mission timer?

059:10:37 LMP
Is that what you want to do?

059:10:38 CDR
Yes. Hey, OMNI.

059:10:43 LMP

059:10:47 CDR
Switch them. Okay. Let's fire on the mission timer.

059:10:59 CC
Aquarius, we need FORWARD OMNI.

059:11:05 CDR

059:11:07 LMP
Say again. Jack.

059:11:09 CDR

059:11:11 LMP
I am. Okay, Houston. If that call was an OMMI switch, I'm in FORWARD now.

059:11:28 CDR
Okay, Fred-o, how do I get the mission timer up? I got the mission timer cranked in.

059:11:34 LMP
You got it on?

059:11:35 CDR
I got the mission timer circuit breaker in.

059:11:38 LMP
Okay. We're going to probably need NUMERICS LIGHTING. There you go. You got it.

059:11:47 CC
Aquarius, Houston. I think we've got a better way of getting your mission time up.

059:11:56 CDR
Go ahead with it.

059:11:59 CC
Okay. We can do a VERB 55, ENTER, and then put an Rl, minus 00088. In R2, minus 00059; R3 minus 03274.

059:12:28 LMP
Watch the crapping attitude.

059:12:31 CDR
We're okay.

059:12:36 CMP
God damn. I wish you'd get to something I know.

059:12:41 CDR
Well, as soon as we get over here, we'll stop it with the TTCA.

059:12:43 CMP

059:12:46 CC
And, Aquarius; Houston. We've got you both on VOX.

059:12:54 LMP
Like to go what?

059:12:56 CDR
You want us on VOX, Jack?

059:12:58 CC
We have you on VOX. We're reading you loud and clear and the clock took good.

059:13:17 LMP
Okay. Looks like we're on the FDA route there. Jack.

059:13:39 LMP
Okay, Jack. How do you read me on NORMAL VOICE now?

059:13:42 CC
Reading you 5 square, Fred.

059:13:46 LMP

059:14:12 CC
And, Aquarius, we're ready for a VERB 74 when you can give it to us.

059:14:23 LMP
You got it.

059:14:25 CC
Okay. And one other thing we noticed. When you pressurized the RCS, we got an increase in pressure in the ascent tanks, and so we want to have you verify that the ascent feeds are closed. In order to do that, on panel 11, close the ASCENT FEED 1 and 2 circuit breakers on - and cycle the Parker valves , and then open the ASCENT FEED circuit breakers on panel 11.

059:15:08 CDR
Completed, Houston.

059:15:10 CC
Okay, Jim. Thank you.

059:17:53 LMP
And, Jack, Aquarius. What kind of return time is this maneuver given?

059:18:02 CC
That puts you back in the water at 133 hours.

059:18:11 LMP
133, hey.

059:18:13 CC

059:18:24 CC
And that's an Atlantic landing site.

059:18:31 LMP
Atlantic landing?

059:18:36 CC
Affirmative. That's the pad that we've given you, but we may change our mind later on. We want you to have this info for now. And that's a minimum —

059:18:47 LMP

059:18:48 CC
- - minimum time return.

059:20:09 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We've got to change the REFSMMAT to the one to which you're alined. So we'd like to have P00 and DATA and we'll ship that up to you.

059:20:21 CDR

059:20:30 LMP
Okay, you got it, Jack.

059:20:34 CC
Roger. Coming up.

059:21:22 CC
Aquarius, could you give us DATA please?

059:21:32 CDR
Okay, Jack, you got it. 02 11 21 33 LMP the updata link, the DUA breaker may not be in, Jack.

059:21:44 CC
Okay, Fred, and close the DUA breaker.

059:21:51 CDR
It's in now, Jack.

059:21:54 CC
Okay, Jim, and it's coming up now. Thank you.

059:28:03 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We're finished with the uplink. The computer's yours. We'd like to power down the DUA, so pull the DUA circuit breaker please.

059:28:14 LMP
Okay. Updata link breaker's coming OPEN.

059:36:25 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'd like to have AFT OMNI, and we're going to lose contact with you for about a minute here while we try to establish tracking. And our latest data shows that your closest approach to the Moon is going to be 60 miles perigee. Over.

059:36:44 LMP
Okay. Closest approach, 60 miles, and I'm sitting on AFT OMNI now.

059:36:50 CC
Roger. We'll probably be going off the air here in about a minute.

059:41:12 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Over.

059:41:14 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

059:41:19 CDR
Okay. We're thinking about rigging up the urine dump to the side hatch. We're thinking about rigging up the urine dump to the side hatch and save urine heater power. What do you think?

059:41:36 CC
Stand by 1.

059:41:42 CDR
Better still so ws won't freeze up our urine dump.

059:41:48 CC
Roger. That sounds like a good plan, Jim. Why don't you go ahead with that one?

059:42:59 CC
Okay, Aquarius. And down here we're getting regrouped, trying to work on your control modes and trying to set up something for PTC and taking a look at consumables as opposed to flight plan, and so forth, and as soon as we get all that in- formation, we'll pass it up to you. We also have the 14 backup crew over in the simulators looking at dock burns and also trying to see what kind of alinement procedures they can come up with for looking at stars out the window. So if you ever are able to see any stars out there and think you can do an alinement out the window, why let us know.

059:43:40 CDR
Okay. Jack, right now we're not able to. The sunlight's reflecting off the thrusters and whatever debris came away at the time of the mishap is still with us, such that the stars are hard to find, and why - what respect do you want us to do the stars out the window - just to check the LMS run, is that correct?

059:44:04 CC
That's affirmative. We'd like to correlate the information we get with your's, so that if we can use it to update the platform, we can. What we're really trying to do, Jim, is see if we can do a COAS aline so we can power down the platform.

059:45:23 CDR
That is Aquarius. We're getting an awful lot of static on the uplink now, and we're not reading you at all.

059:45:39 CDR
I have good signal strength and I'm on AFT OMNI.

059:45:51 CC
How do you read now, Aquarius?

059:47:06 CC
Hey, Jim, do you suppose that you could orient the LM so that the service module would be between you and the Sun? I believe you could see - recognize constellations out your front windows then.

059:47:47 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Radio check.

059:48:15 CDR
Okay, Jack. How do you read now?

059:48:17 CC
Okay. Hearing you 5 square now, Jim. And the question we have, is there some way you can orient the spacecraft so that the service module is between the LM and the Sun so you can recognize constellations out the window? And secondly, can you see anything out the AOT?

059:49:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

059:53:46 CC
Aquarius, how do you read me now?

059:56:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

059:57:08 CC
Aquarius, request FORWARD OMNI, please.

059:58:22 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request FORWARD OMNI. How do you read?

059:59:06 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read?

059:59:09 CC
Hello there, Aquarius. Loud and clear. How do you read me?

059:59:14 CDR
There's an awful lot of background - -

059:59:16 LMP
We get a lot of background static, Jack. You're down in the mud. You having a ground problem?

059:59:23 CC
What we tried to do was to get the IU frequency shifted off a little bit so that we'd have less interference. I think it'll come up - What we want you to do is turn on your descent oxygen and turn off your ascent oxygen. Over. And request FORWARD OMNI.

059:59:43 LMP
You're unreadable. Jack. We've got our signal strength meter - right now it keeps wavering up and down, and the best I'm getting is about 2.4 AGC.

059:59:53 CC
Roger. Request FORWARD OMNI.

059:59:58 LMP
I am on FORWARD OMNI. I've been on FORWARD OMNI.

060:00:43 LMP
Okay. How do you read, Jack?

060:00:46 CC
I'm hearing you 5 square, Fred. How me?

060:01:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

060:01:58 LMP
Okay. We're up to about 2.6 AGC now.

060:02:03 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Radio check.

060:02:10 LMP
Okay. Every time you transmit, Jack, the AGC starts to drop off and the static level turns up.

060:02:18 CC
Okay, Fred. You're loud and clear.

060:02:24 LMP
I wish you were.

060:02:30 CC
Fred, go to DESCENT 02.

060:02:35 LMP
DESCENT 02. Roger.

060:04:05 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

060:04:08 CC
Hello there, Aquarius. How do you read me now?

060:04:23 CDR
Hello, Houston. Aquarius.

060:04:26 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

060:04:30 CDR
Okay. That's the first clear word we heard from you, Jack. Do you think it could be my pitch attitude that's breaking up your incoming? I guess you've been hearing us.

060:04:42 CC
We have been hearing you, and the problem is on the ground. I hope we have it corrected now.

060:04:51 CDR
Okay. That sounds good.

060:04:53 CC
We 're considering powering down the PGNS but we want to know what capability you have to do a coarse and fine aline. We read your conversation about being unable to see out the window very good. How about out the ACT?

060:05:26 LMP
He's looking now.

060:05:29 CC
Okay. And the other thing we thought you might try is to put the service module between you and the Sun and then to see if you can see anything out the window in that attitude.

060:05:43 CC
The reason that we think that that would work is that it worked on Apollo 10. It made the constellations all recognizable when we put the the service module - in our case a LM, between us and the Sun.

060:06:00 CC

060:06:07 LMP
You're down in the mud again. Jack. It appears that some other circuit is feeding through on there with you.

060:06:14 CC
Roger. AFT 0MNI.

060:06:42 CC
Aquarius, AFT OMNI.

060:07:29 LMP
Okay. You're down in the mud again. Jack. Lots of background static.

060:08:10 CC
AFT OMNI, Aquarius.

060:09:00 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

060:11:18 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read?

060:18:21 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

060:22:46 LMP
Hello, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read?

060:22:48 CC
Hello, there, Aquarius. Loud and clear. How me, now?

060:22:54 CDR
Okay, we're reading you loud and clear, Jack. I hope it stays this time.

060:22:58 CC
Okay. We'd like to brief you on what our Plan is. We're, at this time, water critical in the LM. So we'd like to use as little as possible. To do this, we're going to plan to make a free- return maneuver of l6 feet per second at 6l hours, which is 37 minutes from now. Then we're going to power down the PGNS, and then we'll - at 79 hours, we'll go ahead and make .another abort maneuver to kick what we got. But we'd like to get that PGNS powered down as soon as possible. That would be after the midcourse and - so how do you feel about making a l6-foot-per-second burn in 37 minutes?

060:23:49 CDR
Well, we'll give it a try. Jack, if that's all we've got. That's a l6-foot-per-second DPS burn in 37 minutes?

060:23:57 CC
Roger. We're working up a pad for it, but we'd want to know what you think about doing it at that time.

060:24:08 CDR
Well, we'll do it. Could you give us a little bit more time?

060:24:30 CC
Okay, Jim. We'd like to get a suggested time from you. We can figure out a free-return maneuver for any time you want to give us, so if you'll give us the time you'd like to shoot for, we'll figure out a pad.

060:24:47 CDR
Okay, that sounds good. I think if we have a little bit more time; we want to do it right. Stand by 1.

060:25:04 CDR
Let's shoot for an hour if we can, Jack. How's that.

060:25:15 CC
Okay, Jim. How about 61 hours and 30 minutes? That's an hour and 5 from now.

060:25:24 CDR
Okay. We'll do it and we want to be sure we talk back and forth now to make sure we get this burn off right.

060:25:31 CC

060:25:35 LMP
Okay, in the interim. Jack, I looked around again and I saw that we have a radar and a landing- radar heater breaker in. Can I pull those out?

060:25:46 CC
Affirmative. Pull them both out.

060:25:52 CC
And now we want to ask you a question about alinements, and so forth. We wanted to know if you can see any stars out of the AOT. We also wanted to know if you could use the service module to cast a shadow on the LM windows and then look out the windows to see stars for a P51 COAS alinement.

060:26:14 CDR
Okay, in this attitude, Jack, that we're pitching around, I cannot use the AOT to see stars. We - we're just not able to see them at all. Now we may be able to maneuver off in yaw or - and/or roll and see stars. Right now, we haven't been able to. The AOT is useless. The command module structure is just radiating too much light into the - into the telescope.

060:26:41 CC
Okay, and how about using the service module to cast a shadow on the commander's window? If you do that, can you see stars for a COAS alinement?

060:26:55 CDR
We could give that a try. Jack, although I don't know how successful it will be. We tried to do it - The light shines off our quads which makes it difficult to see stars. We do have the Earth and the Moon, if that can be of assistance.

060:27:18 LMP
Another problem - Right now, Jack, I'm looking out the right window and it's pretty dark out that window but there are about a thousand or so false stars out here from - left over from some of the debris. It's hard to discern what's real and not real.

060:27:38 CC
Okay. That's good information and during the time that we see you're continuing to pitch, if you ever get in a position where you think the AOT might be of some use, we'd like you to periodically look out of it and see if you can see some stars that would enable us to get a P52.

060:27:59 CDR
Okay, will do. And also, let me ask you a ques- tion. In this configuration, docked, we have to use the TTCA to control pitch and roll. And, just how much can we use that without really changing our trajectory? We only have 60 miles to play with.

060:28:21 CC
Roger, we'll put that to them.

060:28:45 LMP
Okay, Jack, are you ready to go to work with me on the 2-hour DPS activation and contingency book, page 1?

060:28:54 CC
Roger, we're ready to go.

060:29:05 LMP
Okay. Item one, we can - one through five, we can scratch off, as done. Is that correct?

060:29:14 CC
Stand by 1, Fred.

060:30:18 CC
Okay, Fred, let's go ahead. Step 1, page 1. Everybody's listening.

060:30:28 LMP
Okay, I've looked around, and I've essentially done steps 1 through 5 with the exception of floodlights and utility lights and I think we'll just do without those.

060:30:40 CC
Roger. Your choice. 02 12 30 47 IMP Okay, on EPS activation, we're through step - we're through that - bottom of that page. That's all done.

060:30:58 CC
We concur, page 2. 02 12 31 13 IMP Okay, in essence, we've circumvented step 4, and we're not sitting with all 4 aps - descent BATs on high-voltage taps, so I'll scratch off step 4.

060:31:28 CC
Roger, and in step 5, we want to leave INVERTER 1 circuit breaker OPEN.

060:31:37 LMP
Roger. In step 5, we'll leave INVERTER 1 CB OPEN.

060:31:41 CC
Omit step 6.

060:31:53 LMP
Okay, for the time being, our mission timer is the computer so, mission timer activation scratch off.

060:32:05 CC
Roger. 02 12 32 09 IMP Okay. We've done the primary glycol loop activation.

060:32:15 CC
We verify it.

060:32:29 CC
Aquarius, we recommend you leave the caution and warning off on page 3.

060:32:37 LMP
Okay. I was going to say that next. Page 3, we'll just scratch item 1. And item 2, I've already got the RCS heaters on. And I don't know if I gave you the time or you got the time on the PRIMARY EVAP FLOW number 1, OPEN.

060:33:04 CC
We got the time.

060:33:10 LMP
Okay. Let's go to the CB pages now.

060:33:29 CC
Fred-o, did you close the engine control breaker in panel 11?

060:33:38 LMP
What control is that, Jack?

060:33:40 CC
Did you close the S and C engine control breaker on panel 11? As we got step 1 there on page 3.

060:33:49 LMP
Okay. Okay, yes, the EPS DESCENT ECA CONTROL breaker is CLOSED on 11.

060:34:00 CC
Roger, and how about the - on panel 11, S and C ENGINE CONTROL, CLOSED? AFT OMNI, Fred.

060:34:16 LMP
Okay. We're AFT OMNI, and we have the S and C ENGINE CONTROL breaker CLOSED.

060:34:24 CC
Roger. Let's go on with the circuit breaker panel checkout.

060:34:34 LMP
Okay. I'll just give you - I think it'll be easier to give you what I got in. Okay, in the top row on 11, we have the four AC BUS TIE breakers IN and the AC BUS VOLTS breaker IN, and that's it. Second row, we have the four TCA breakers IN. We have the GASTA under FLIGHT DISPLAYS and COMMANDER'S FDAI. And likewise under AC BUS A, we have a GASTA and a COMMANDER FDAI breaker IN. That's it. On row 3, we have a SIGNAL CONDITIONER 1. We have the ATCA (PGNS). We have the ENGINE CONTROL breaker, ATTITUDE DIRECT CONTROL breaker, and the - under LIGHTING, ANUN/DOCK/COMPONENT breaker IN. And one other, ED LOGIC POWER A - ED LOGIC POWER A is also IN.

060:35:41 CC

060:35:45 LMP
Okay, under the fourth - fourth row, we got all the QUAD HEATER breakers IN, SUIT FAN 1. Under ECS, GLYCOL 1 and 2; and under COMM, we have COMMANDER AUDIO IN, and PGNSs LGC/DSKY, IMU STANDBY, IMU OPERATE, and that's it. Okay, in the bottom row, EPS, we have the BAT FEED TIE both IN, and we have the CROSS TIE BALANCE LOADS IN, the X LUNAR BUS TIE, DESCENT ECA CONTROL, DESCENT ECA, and the DC BUS VOLTs breaker.

060:36:38 CC
Roger. We copy. - -

060:36:39 CMP
That completes it for panel 11. Okay. Stand by. Okay. 02 12 36 54 IMP As I see it, some of the short ones are - we need the DECA GIMBAL in sooner or later.

060:37:00 CC
That's affirmed. Close the DECA GIMBAL.

060:37:01 LMP
And probably - Okay, DECA GIMBAL, and sooner or later, we're going to need DECA POWER, I guess, also.

060:37:15 CC
All right, DECA POWER will come up later in the procedure, Fred-o.

060:37:21 LMP

060:38:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. On your circuit breaker checklist, on panel 11 and 16, we want you to configure the panels as outlined in the checklist.

060:38:57 LMP
Okay. You want us to configure as per checklist. Okay. We'll do that.

060:39:03 CC
That's right. Close the black ones and open the white ones.

060:39:12 LMP
Yes. I think we can manage that.

060:39:19 CDR
With the activation power up, we're starting right now.

060:40:12 CDR
Houston, we might as well leave our RCS TCAs IN, right?

060:40:23 CC
Affirmative, Jim. Leave your RCS TCAs in - -

060:40:26 LMP
Check that - -

060:40:27 CC
- -on panel 11. 02 12 40 30 IMP - - Yes. I used my Pentel pen and made those white ones black ones.

060:40:35 CC
Roger. Same on 16, Fred.

060:40:40 LMP

060:40:46 CDR
And you might look there, Houston, to see what circuit breakers aren't required, like the tape recorder.

060:40:52 CC
We're looking.

060:41:41 CC
Okay, Jim. On panel 11 over there, you can also leave open the RENDEZVOUS HEATER breaker and the LANDING RADAR HEATER breaker, in addition to the tape recorder.

060:41:55 CDR
They're out.

060:42:04 LMP
I'm leaving a few in, Jack, too, like the SUIT FAN 1 is still IN, RCS SYSTEM is still IN, the TCAs. ATTITUDE DIRECT CONTROL is IN.

060:42:18 CC

060:42:33 CDR
How about if I leave the VHF A and B OFF?

060:42:41 CC

060:42:53 CC
Okay. We can leave the VHF powered down, too.

060:43:01 CDR
And, do you want the SECONDARY S-BAND?

060:43:04 CC
Negative on SECONDARY S-BAND. Leave them open.

060:43:13 CDR
UP DATA LINK is IN. Do you want that in or out?

060:43:21 CC
Leave the UP DATA LINK open. We'll call for it when we want you to put it in.

060:44:36 LMP
Okay, Jack, on panel 11 on the top row, do you really want the PROPULSION PQGS and ASCENT HELIUM REGs in?

060:44:54 LMP
And, also the SYSTEM ENGINEER X- POINTER breaker.

060:44:59 CC
Roger. Negative on the PQGS. Negative on the ASCENT HELIUM REG, and negative on the CROSS- POINTER.

060:45:17 LMP
Okay. On the second row, I'm going to leave the FLOODLIGHT breaker open..

060:45:24 CC

060:45:31 LMP
And we're again up to - Do you want the CWEA enabled?

060:45:39 CC
Negative on the CWEA.

060:45:44 LMP

060:46:02 LMP
Okay. Since we're - are we going to power up the AGS or should I concern myself with the ATCA breaker?

060:46:14 CC
Negative on the AGS. However, Fred, we need the ATCA breaker in. 02 12 46 28 IMP Okay. ATCA breakers IN. Yes. I guess for the backup power supply. Hey, how about ATCA AGS.

060:46:43 CC
Negative on ATCA AGS.

060:47:05 LMP
And I'm leaving the SUIT FLOW CONTROL breaker open.

060:47:20 CC
Let's close the SUIT FLOW CONTROL breaker - -

060:47:22 CDR
And, now ...

060:47:23 CC
- - so it doesn't take any current.

060:47:30 LMP
Okay. Without suits, it doesn't do us much good either though.

060:47:52 LMP
Okay. And are we going to continue to be able to operate off the OMNIs, Jack. So can I leave the S-band antenna powered down?

060:48:18 CC
Okay, Fred-o. We don't plan to use the steerable antenna, although we want to leave the heaters on. So it looks you ought to open up COMM S-BAND ANTENNA, but leave S-BAND ANTENNA HEATERS closed.

060:48:33 LMP
Roger. COMM S-BAND is OPEN, S-BAND HEATER breaker is still CLOSED.

060:49:26 LMP
And, on the bottom row, Jack, I'm going to leave the HEATER DISPLAY breaker out, which we had pulled before, and EPS DISPLAY. But I question, do we want the ASCENT ECA breaker in, as prescribed?

060:49:47 CC
Stand by. That's a negative on the ASCENT ECA breaker. Leave it open.

060:50:02 CC
And, Aquarius, we need P00 and DATA - -

060:50:04 CDR
And that's a - -

060:50:05 CC
- - and we'll give you state vector and target load.

060:50:12 LMP
Okay. We need the UP LINK breaker in then now.

060:50:17 CC
That's affirmative.

060:50:23 CDR
Okay. And, Jack, will you give us that - how about the ORDEAL breaker? Can I pull that? We don't need that, do we?

060:50:32 CC
Negative on the ORDEAL. Leave it open.

060:50:48 LMP
And how about the ASCENT ECA breaker on panel 11? Jim has it in over there.

060:51:02 CC
And panel 11 ASCENT ECA can be open.

060:51:07 CDR
It's open.

060:51:27 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're GO on the circuit breaker configuration as you have it now.

060:51:36 SC

060:52:04 CC
And, Aquarius, tests in the simulator just showed that if you want to let the PGNS DAP hold your attitude for you, it will.

060:52:16 CDR
Okay, very well.

060:52:30 CDR
And, Jack, because it will take quite a while to get back to the attitude, I think we ought to think about going there very shortly.

060:52:37 CC
Roger. I have a pad for you. I have a P30 maneuver pad.

060:52:48 CDR
Roger. Stand by.

060:52:53 CDR
... - -

060:52:54 LMP
Go right ahead, Jack.

060:52:58 CC
Okay. We want you to hold your maneuver until we finish making the load. We haven't completed it yet. Are you ready to copy P30 maneuver pad?

060:53:07 CDR
That's affirm.

060:53:09 CC
Okay. Here we go. The purpose is midcourse correction for free return. NOUN 33: 061:29:42.84; minus 0021.3, plus 0004.1, minus 0031.2; HA and HP are NA; DELTA-V 0038.0; 031, 120, 298, minus 00213, plus 00041, minus 00312; COAS NA. And I have your LM GDA angles. Pitch 5.86, roll 6.75. Your DPS throttling, 5 seconds at 10 percent, burn the rest at 40 percent. Your ullage will be two jets for 10 seconds.

060:54:57 LMP
Okay, Jack, we have a P30 maneuver pad, a mid- course for free return. NOUN 33: 061:29:42.84; minus 0021.3, plus 004.1, minus 0031.2; HA and HP N/A; DELTA-V. 0038.0; 031, 120, 298; minus 00213, plus 00041, minus 00312. COAS N/A; GDA angles; pitch 5.86, roll 6.75; DPS throttle 5 seconds at 10 percent; burn the rest at 40 percent. And we need a two-jet, 10-second ullage.

060:56:02 CC
That's a good readback, Fred. I'd like to verify, however, in NOUN 81, in Vy, it's plus three balls 41. 02 12 56 14 MP Okay. NOUN 81, Vy is plus 0004.1.

060:56:21 CC
Good readback. Let's press on with the checklist.

060:56:27 CDR
Okay. And, Jack, find out about using TTCA to maneuver with.

060:56:32 CC
Okay. We're finished with the computer, it's yours, and we recommend using the TTCA to maneuver with.

060:56:41 CDR

060:56:43 LMP
Okay, I'm back on the checklist, page 6. Jack, under PGNS turn-on and self-test. We've done everything except the self test here on this page. Do you want to do that at this time?

060:57:28 CC
Okay. Aquarius, negative on the PGNS self test. Page 7.

060:57:37 LMP
Okay. I'll scratch page 6 and on page 7, we're not going to activate the - or rather we had the S-band activated, ECS Activation I have all done. And, at the bottom of the page, the docked IMU coarse aline is done.

060:58:03 CC

060:58:14 LMP
We've - Okay, we've also completed, I guess in essence, all of page 8.

060:58:22 CC
That's affirmative and page 9 to boot. Scratch VHF. We've done the Tephems.

060:58:36 LMP
Okay. You've updated it, that's right. We cranked in the time.

060:58:52 CDR
And, Houston, let's go to activation - or get into page 10 and see what we did there.

060:58:58 CC
Okay. The only item on page 10 is to deploy the landing gear.

060:59:06 CDR
Okay, we'll do that now.

061:00:10 LMP
Okay. The landing gear are down and locked, Jack, and looking ahead now at page 11, we've done all of that.

061:00:24 CC
We verify that. Page 12.

061:00:31 LMP
Okay, and I assume in amongst all those numbers you pumped up, we got a REFSMMAT and STATE VECTOR, is that correct?

061:00:39 CC
That's affirmative. You've got that. So you can delete page 12.

061:00:52 LMP
Hey, on 13, you've read us up the fine aline angles and we've cranked those in.

061:01:01 CC

061:01:08 LMP
Okay, so now we're up to - we've got to do DAP set, the gimbal/throttle test.

061:01:13 CC
That's - Okay, Aquarius.. We recommend omitting the DAP set, gimbal/throttle test - Just make sure the gim - DECA POWER and DECA GIMBAL circuit breakers are closed.

061:01:33 LMP
Okay, we're going to proceed now with the DAP set, gimbal/throttle test, is that correct? Or did you say delete it?

061:01:40 CC
Aquarius, delete the DAP set, gimbal/throttle test. Just ensure that the DECA POWER and the DECA GIMBAL are closed.

061:01:49 CDR
Okay. Houston, DECA POWER is OPEN at this time. Do you want me to close it?

061:01:54 CC
Affirmative, Jim. Close the DECA POWER.

061:02:00 CDR
It's CLOSED. We deleted that.

061:02:27 LMP
Okay. Also out of that list. Jack, we need the COMMANDER'S THROTTLE set to THROTTLE and MIN.

061:02:58 LMP
Houston, if I recall the launch set of the gimbals, the GDAs are not correct here, and where are we going to get those set for the burn?

061:03:14 CC
Stand by 1.

061:03:33 CC
Okay. Here's the word on the DAP set, gimbal/ throttle test. Let's do step 1 and step 2, and that'll get our gimbal set.

061:03:50 LMP

061:04:20 LMP
Okay, Jack, we're going to have to back up on this, if we're going to follow the procedure here, which has us go MODE CONTROL; PGNS, AUTO, we're going to have to pull the TCA breakers to keep from firing jets.

061:04:53 CC
Stand by, Fred.

061:05:28 CC
Stand by on step 1, Fred. We're getting the word for you. How do you like this SIM?

061:05:42 CDR
It's a beauty.

061:06:09 CC
Okay, Aquarius, we recommend you do the DAP set and gimbal/throttle test as per the checklist. Go PGNS AUTO and proceed.

061:06:21 CDR
Well, we're going to fire our thrusters as soon as we go to AUTO because we've got those thrusters in - the thruster circuit breakers. Do you want us to do that and stop?

061:06:50 CC
Okay, Aquarius, we're recommending you go to AUTO. Let the thrusters fire and settle down and proceed with the test.

061:07:06 CDR
We're in PGNS AUTO.

061:07:09 CC
Roger, your DAP is set, you're in wide deadband. That ought to do the trick.

061:07:15 CDR

061:07:19 CC
Okay, we're looking at it, Aquarius. We're ready to proceed with the test. 02 13 07 26 IMP Okay, we're proceeding. 02 13 07 52 IMP Okay, and Houston, you - you're looking at the weights now. Those are still good, right?

061:08:01 CC
You're GO on the weights.

061:09:05 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'd like you to recycle on the DAP load and change your DAP to 32021. Over.

061:11:05 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're looking at your gimbal and we notice that we got a four-jet ullage loaded in the DAP and we gave you two jets on the pad. But, let's go with what we've got loaded. It'll be a four—jet ullage.

061:11:18 LMP

061:11:40 LMP
Okay, Houston. How does the GDAs look now?

061:11:45 CC
The GDAs are GO as they are. Press on.

061:12:09 CDR
Okay, Houston, we're going to do the DPS pressurization and checkout.

061:12:16 CC
Standby 1.

061:12:34 CC
Okay, your gimbals are within 0.3 and we're ready for the DPS pressurization and checkout.

061:13:33 LMP
Okay, Houston, do you want to follow up on page 15 with RCS checkout? In essence, we've kind of already done that.

061:13:47 CC
You're right, Aquarius. Let's delete the RCS checkout. And a DPS looks GO.

061:15:43 CDR
Houston, we're going to do a PGNS AUTO maneuver to the attitude.

061:15:49 CC
Stand by on that. Aquarius, we recommend driving it around there manually with a TTCA.

061:15:58 CDR
Okay, we'll have to use the TTCA. Roger.

061:21:10 CDR
We're going to AUTO now, Houston, to try to damp the rates. We're at the attitude.

061:21:22 CC
Roger, Jim. We verify the attitude.

061:21:27 CDR

061:23:37 LMP
And, Houston, we'd like to confirm, do you want the VERB 65 ENTER in there?

061:23:45 CC
Affirmative on the VERB 65. 02 13 23 49 IMP Okay.

061:24:12 LMP
Okay, Jack. I got another question on page 18. At 1 minute, I concur with MASTER ARM ON, but I wonder why I have to have the ABORT STAGE breaker in. We sure don't want any staging now.

061:24:38 CC
Aquarius, delete the ABORT STAGE circuit breaker CLOSE. Leave it open.

061:24:46 LMP
Roger. Will delete.

061:24:55 LMP
Okay. Also, Jack, since we have four-jet ullage versus two, do you want - still want 10 seconds ullage or do you want 5 now?

061:25:09 CC
Okay, Aquarius, we'll use automatic ullage.

061:25:18 LMP
Okay. We'll just let the 7-1/2-second AUTO ullage do it.

061:25:23 CC
Roger, and we'd like to do this in manual throttle, so on page 17 about two-thirds of the way down, THROTTLE CONTROL, MANUAL, vice AUTO. 02 13 25 35 IMP Okay. We're set to MANUAL.

061:25:58 CDR
What's the 203 ... ?

061:26:05 CC
ENTER on the 203, Jim.

061:26:11 CDR
We've got 203 in the DSKY now and it looks as though it requires work, can we pass it?

061:26:16 CC
Aquarius, ENTER on the 203.

061:26:22 CDR
Wait a minute.

061:26:51 CC
Aquarius, we'd like to verify that your throttle is in the MIN position.

061:26:58 CDR
That's affirm.

061:27:00 CC
And, in the event that you have to do a manual takeover, turn the ENGINE GIMBAL OFF, MODE CONTROL to ATTITUDE HOLD, and use the hand - use the TTCA.

061:27:16 CDR

061:28:14 LMP
Okay, l plus 30 to burn.

061:28:20 CC

061:28:45 LMP
Okay, MASTER ARM'S ON; 1 minute.

061:28:53 CC
Roger, Aquarius. You're GO for the burn.

061:29:55 CDR
40 percent.

061:30:04 CC
Okay, Aquarius. You're looking good.

061:30:25 CDR
AUTO shutdown. 02 13 30 40 IMP Okay. You're looking at 1685 now. Jack.

061:30:46 CC
Okay. You're GO in the residuals, proceed. 02 13 30 55 IMP Okay. When you say GO on the residuals, you mean don't trim them. Is that right?

061:31:00 CC
That's affirmative. No trim required.

061:31:06 CDR
Roger. 02 13 31 08 IMP Okay.

061:32:17 CC
Aquarius, check your MASTER ARM OFF, please.

061:32:44 CDR
Okay, Houston. Burn's complete. Now we have to talk about powerdown, and what do you want us to do with the PGNS?

061:32:52 CC
Roger. We're looking at that right now, and you'll be the first one to get the word.

061:33:19 CDR
And, Houston, it's doubtful right now whether we'll be able to see the stars in this configuration. The only way we could possibly get alinement is with the Earth and the terminator or the Moon and its terminator and I'd sure like to have you look at a powerdown - keeping the PGNS if at all possible.

061:33:49 CC
Roger, Jim. We'll get the word for you.

061:35:24 CDR
And, Houston, we're in an ATT HOLD mode, can we turn off the buses?

061:35:40 CC
Standby on that one, Jim.

061:38:13 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're working on what's going to happen next. In the meantime, we'd like to take some high-power items off the line, so on panel 11, open DECA POWER, and open DECA GIMBAL. On 16, open the ATCA breaker.

061:38:36 LMP
Okay, on 11, we got DECA POWER, DECA GIMBAL, OPEN. On 16, we got the ATCA breaker OPEN.

061:39:37 CDR
And, Houston, while you're thinking, see if you can come up with a procedure of perhaps using the command module optics with manual drive to perhaps look for stars.

061:39:51 CC

061:41:24 CDR
And, Jack, Aquarius. While you're thinking - before we had our C0MM problems, we were wanting to know what to - whether we should hook up the side hatch urine dump system. So ve wouldn't freeze up the normal urine dump system.

061:41:45 CC
Roger. We gave you a GO on that earlier. Sorry, you must have missed it. Use the side hatch for urine dump.

061:41:54 CDR

061:41:56 CC
And, how are the stars out the window now?

061:42:13 CDR
Well, I'll look again, Jack, but at this attitude, the Sun is reflecting off of - off of quad 4 so bright that it's ruining any night vision and we still got particles floating around us; I'll have to take a long look and see if I can see any star patterns.

061:42:34 CC
Roger. And Aquarius, we're going to have to hand you over to a different site now, and we think maybe things will work better if this time we turn off the S-band transmitter/receiver, and bring it back up in 5 minutes. You copy?

061:42:59 CDR
Okay. Stand by 1.

061:43:10 CDR
Okay. I understand you want us to turn off the S-band transmitter/receiver and bring it up in 5 minutes. Is that correct?

061:43:15 CC
That's affirmative.

061:43:20 CDR
Tell us when.

061:43:42 CDR
And you want us to maintain attitude control.

061:43:46 CC
Affirmative on the attitude control.

061:43:48 CDR
That's auto attitude control. Okay. You maintain auto attitude control.

061:43:56 LMP
Okay, Jack, I'm back on the line now. On the S-band, you want me to turn off the transmitter/ receiver and the power amps are off for 5 minutes. Is that - when you give me the word - is that what you want?

061:44:10 CC
Aquarius, leave the power amplifier the way it is. Turn the transmitter/receiver off for 5 minutes. Now. 02 13 44 19 MP Okay. You tell me - you tell me when.

061:44:22 CC
Okay. Turn it off now. See you in 5 minutes. 02 13 44 26 IMP Okay. It's gone off. It's gone off for 5 minutes.

061:52:44 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

061:52:52 LMP
Okay. You're loud and clear there, Jack.

061:52:54 CC
Roger. Same here. We're - We're still discussing the next move.

061:53:04 LMP
I figured it. Let's just make it a good one.

061:53:18 CC
We're looking real close at water usage profiles, and right now things are kind of swinging toward leaving the IMU powered up and powering down the LGC, but we'll have more word for you shortly. And we recommend for sleeping that you leave one guy on watch. We recommend you don't make any urine dumps if you can help it, because it'll make the debris problem worse than it is now. And we have some items that you might want to transfer to the LM, some towels, some penlights, fecal bags, UTS. And do you have any more items that we can help you out with at the moment?

061:54:17 LMP
Okay. Stand by on your latter list there, Jack. I understand no urine dumps. I guess we'll work through the UCD and all the bags we got; and real quick there, can you give a DAP load that we want in here now to conserve the RCS.

061:55:21 CC
Okay. For attitude control coordinates, we're recommending manual control VERB 76 and watch your middle gimbal angle. Your DAP load that you have now looks good.

061:55:37 LMP
Okay. It's ATT HOLD VERB 76 for the guy on watch. And the DAP load we got right now is okay.

061:58:17 CC
Aquarius, our decision for the time is to leave the IMU powered up, power down the LGC, and power down other nonessential items. We'll be coming up with a more precise checklist as soon as we can get it. Over.

061:58:36 LMP
Okay. The decision is to keep the platform, power down the computer, and we'll be standing by for further word on the powerdown. Jack.

061:58:47 CC

061:59:33 CC
And, Aquarius, for your information, we now have 136-mile perigee. Confirmed by Doppler.

061:59:47 LMP
Okay. 136-mile perigee now. That's very nice.

062:00:09 LMP
Oh, wait a minute, Jack. Did you say pericynthion or perigee?

062:00:13 CC
I meant pericynthion.

062:00:18 LMP
Ah. That's better.

062:05:19 CDR
And, Houston, we pulled out your UPDATA LINK circuit breaker, so if you want to update it for anything, let us know and we'll put it back in.

062:05:27 CC
Roger, Jim. We will.

062:09:41 CC
Aquarius, AFT OMNI, please.

062:09:47 CDR

062:14:26 LMP
Houston, do you read Apollo 13?

062:14:30 CC
This is Houston. Go ahead. Reading you weakly.

062:14:36 CDR
Okay, Jack. We don't want to bug you, but you ought to be thinking - or what your thoughts are concerning what the next burn will be. I got to figure out a watch schedule and the sleep schedule and just how we can meet the next maneuver.

062:14:55 CC
Roger. We're getting you a flight plan update. We're still computing on your next burn, and we're getting ready to give you a procedure for powerdown.

062:16:34 CC
Aquarius, one idea on managing the OMNI antennas. It might make it easier on everybody if we disabled the UPLINK SQUELCH and managed the antennas by switching when we hear the noise. Over.

062:16:58 CDR
Roger. Will do.

062:26:07 CC
Okay, Aquarius. Here's what we're going to do. We'd like you to point the LM X-axis either north or south. That's the positive X-axis. It appears to us that it would be closer to orient the LM plus X-axis toward the south. Do that with the LGC powered up using the TTCA. After that, we propose to power down the LGC to save some power. However, this means that we lose the use of the TTCA, and we'll have to control the spacecraft with the hand controller in the DIRECT mode. Request your - your position on these two items.

062:27:34 CC
Aquarius, Houston. How do you read?

062:27:45 CDR
Okay, Jack. Understand. You want us to point the LM X - plus X-axis to the south using the TTCAs with the LGC powered up. Then, by powering down the LGC, we'll lose a TTCA. I wasn't too successful in controlling the spacecraft in at- titude only, but I might be able to keep it out of gimbal lock.

062:28:14 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. We'd keep your ball powered up and go to DIRECT on the hand controller. And maintain attitude in a DIRECT position.

062:28:39 CDR
Okay. Understand; and do you want some sort of a PTC mode, Jack?

062:28:47 CC
Affirmative. We'll take whatever PTC mode you can set up, Jim.

062:28:54 CDR
Okay. And since you know our approximate attitude, how about just getting me something to find you on the DSKY for a southerly plus X-direction.

062:29:04 CC
Roger. Standby 1.

062:30:35 CDR
And one other question, Houston. When you say power down the DSKY or the LGC, do you mean going into 06 or multiple circuit breaker?

062:30:48 CC
Stand by on powering down the DSKY, Jim. We'll give you the procedure for that. The procedure that we- -

062:30:57 CDR

062:30:58 CC
- - the procedure that we have is listed in several places. It's in the Contingency checklist under "Power down" on page 1, second paragraph.

062:31:21 CC
And we'll give you that word when we want you to do that. That's LGC only, not to power down the IMU. But we'd like to have you hold off on that until we send you the word. Over.

062:31:38 CDR

062:33:57 CC
And, Aquarius, while we're working on this, we have a proposed flight plan update for your working and resting cycles. And - You ready to copy?

062:34:14 LMP
Okay. Do you want me to write this in the flight plan, per se. Jack?

062:34:19 CC
You can probably write it on a piece of scratch paper. This is pretty easy.

062:34:31 LMP
Okay. Go ahead. We got a lot of scratch paper.

062:34:39 CC
Okay. We're suggesting that the LMP rest while the CMP and CDR are awake. LMP ought to hit the sack at about 63 hours, coming up in 25 minutes. And you get to rest for 6 hours. You get up at 69 hours. At 70 hours , the commander and the command module pilot sleep for 6 hours until 76 hours. Around 70 - 76-1/2 to 77 hours, we'll do a P51 and a 52. At 78:30, we'll load P30 and aline AGS to PGNS. Our ignition time for a second burn will be, presently, 79:25:26.5, and we'll have a pad for you shortly. We suggest that all of you eat after the burn. That'll be 8l to 82 hours. Let the CMP and CDR eat while you are sleeping. And that you grab a bite as soon as you can. Over.

062:37:05 LMP
Okay, Jack. As I read that, the LMP is to goto sleep at 63:00 for about 6 hours. During that period, the CDR and CMP should try to get a bite to eat. I'm to awake at 69 hours. CDR and CMP sleep at 70 hours, and they are to awake at 76 hours. And we should plan on doing our P51, P52 at 76 hours or 76:30. At 78:30, we're going to load a P30 and aline AGS to PGNS. Second maneuver is to take place at 79:25:26.5 for ignition time. Then we're all to eat at 8l to 82 hours.

062:38:05 CC
Okay. With a minor modification, your P51, P52 will be about 77 hours, and that's the period of darkness. And the commander and the CMP ought to eat around 68 to 69 hours, and you should eat between 69 to 70 hours just after you get up. We have left an hour in there where everybody is awake together to talk things over. Go ahead.

062:38:44 LMP
Okay. I'll eat after I wake up between 69 and 70.

062:38:53 CC
All right we have additional - -

062:38:55 LMP
- - and I've got the correction to P - -

062:38:59 CC
Go ahead, Fred.

062:39:00 LMP
Yes. We got the word the P51, P52 is going to be done around 77 hours, while we're in darkness.

062:39:11 CC
That's affirmative. And we have a work-rest cycle laid out for further on, which we can relay to you later.

062:39:22 LMP

062:39:40 CDR
Okay. And, Houston, you have advice on what attitude you want me to go to.

062:39:50 CC
Okay. That'll be the next bit of information. I'll get that for you, Jim.

062:39:56 CDR

062:41:43 CC
And, Aquarius, just to get you thinking in that direction, we've run a fairly thorough analysis, and we've found out that it's going to be cheaper to keep the LGC and the DSKY up and turn the inverter and the ball off. It's going to save us 1 amp and also some water, so it looks like what we're going to do. And we'll have to monitor the middle gimbal angle. And we'll get the procedure on that, and it'll also be an easier control mode where we'll be able to use the TTCA through the - through the DAP.

062:42:17 CDR
That sounds great, jack.

062:47:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We've got a procedure for you. Ready to copy?

062:47:40 CDR
Ready to copy.

062:47:42 CC
Okay. It's pretty easy. We see you've already got VERB 16 NOUN 20 called up there and so we want you to, in maneuver and PGNS ATTITUDE HOLD, use the TTCA. We want you to, on the commander's ball, pitch to 267.5 and yaw to minus 4.5. And when you do this in VERB 16 NOUN 20, on the DSKY, you ought to read plus 00120, plus 26750, and plus 00450. Go ahead.

062:48:34 LMP
Okay. We're to drive the commander's ball to a pitch of 267.5, yaw minus 4.5. And we should have in 16 20 at that time, plus 00120, plus 26750, plus 00450.

062:48:56 CC
That's a good readback. We'll watch the maneuver.

062:56:25 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

062:56:27 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

062:56:31 CDR
Roger. You didn't mention roll on the ball. Do you want roll zero?

062:56:42 CC
The roll ought to be plus 1.2, Jim.

062:56:49 CDR

063:03:41 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

063:03:44 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

063:03:48 CDR
Okay. We're just about there in pitch and in ... middle gimbal angle, but that other gimbal angle didn't look like it pulled the right way. I tried both methods.

063:04:02 CC
Yes. I been looking at that, too, and we're asking why, and we'll get an answer for you.

063:04:20 LMP
Yes. Houston, I wonder if you're accounting for being a bit off the bellyband here, and I've gone through GASTA.

063:04:38 CC
And, Fred-o, I know you're supposed to start sleeping here pretty soon, but we got a new PC plus 2 pad, P30 maneuver pad for you.

063:04:56 CDR
Stand by.

063:05:32 LMP
Okay. Go ahead. Jack.

063:05:35 CC
Okay, Fred. P30 maneuver purpose is PC plus 2, DPS to this time, we're going to the MPL. And NOUN 33, 079, 27, 4013, plus 08144, minus 00443, minus 02226, apogee is N/A, perigee is plus 00205, 08455, 420, 268, 26l, plus 08155, minus 00443, minus 02187, COAS is N/A. Your GDA ought to be okay as it is from the last burn, but pitch ought to be at 5.85; in roll, it's 6.74. Your ullage will be two jets for 10 seconds. Your DPS throttle will he 10 percent for 5 seconds, 40 percent for 21 r.r-conds, and thf remainder at full throttle. And for your information, this will put you in the water at 142 plus 47. Over.

063:07:46 LMP
Okay. DPS, pericynthion plus 2 into the MPL, 079, 27, 4013, plus 08144, minus 00443, minus 00226, N/A, plus 00205, 08455, 4 plus 20, 268, 26l, plus 08155, minus 00443, minus 021, 2187, N/A. GDA should be okay as is, which hopefully is pitch 5.85, yaw 6.74. Two-jet ullage for 10 seconds, the DPS throttle 10 percent for 5 seconds, 40 percent for 21 seconds, 100 percent for the rest of the burn. And this should put us into the water at 142 plus 47.

063:09:03 CC
Okay, Fred. I have a correction in NOUN 8l. DELTA-Vz is minus 02226. Read back.

063:09:22 LMP
Okay. DELTA-Vz in NOUN 8l is minus 02226.

063:09:28 CC
Okay. Good readback.

063:09:41 LMP
Somehow that didn't add up with the DELTA-Vx to give a DELTA-Vr of that magnitude. It seems like it'd been bigger.

063:09:52 CC
Okay. We'll take another look at it, Fred.

063:12:29 CDR
Okay, Houston. I'm not having too much luck holding this particular attitude.

063:12:42 CC
Okay, Jim. Stand by 1.

063:14:17 CC
Okay, Aquarius. When you get her pretty much in attitude there, and it looks like you're as close as we need to be, we'd like to try a control mode and see if it will work; sort of a semi-PTC. We'll leave the ball powered up for this, and if this doesn't work, why, we'll have to revert to ATTITUDE HOLD mode. But - Stand by 1, please.

063:15:03 CC
We'd like you to think about this control mode, Jim, and see if you think it might work from what you know right now. We're a little skeptical, but we'd like to put it to you. So, once you get in a pretty good attitude, monitor in VERB 16 NOUN 20, go to PGNS MINIMUM IMPULSE, VERB 76, as we have, and set up a yaw rate - yaw rate to the right. Monitor the middle gimbal on R3 on the DSKY and see if she'll kind of stabilize out. If not, the only other suggestion we've got is to go to PGNS ATTITUDE HOLD. We'll keep the ball up until you make this evaluation.

063:15:45 CDR
Okay, Houston. You cut out, say again.

063:15:51 CC
Okay. Where'd you lose me, Jim?

063:15:56 CDR
I lost you when you said try the control mode; you're a little skeptical.

063:16:01 CC
Okay. From what you say, we have to be a little skeptical of this procedure, but we'd like to have you try it and have you evaluate it. You can monitor the middle gimbal on R3. Before we power down the ball, we want your evaluation. The next best choice is PGNS ATTITUDE HOLD. Over.

063:16:24 CDR
Okay. I'll try it.

063:16:53 CDR
Okay. Go ahead with the control mode procedure.

063:17:30 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

063:17:33 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

063:17:36 CDR
Okay. I'm not ... you. I can monitor register 3. I can probably keep it out of ... - going into gimbal lock.

063:17:49 CC
Roger. How are pitch and roll?

063:18:40 CDR
Okay. I think I can control the gimbal angles in 16 20 with the compressors the way they are, but I'll have to try MINIMUM IMPULSE - Just a minute.

063:19:04 CMP
Okay, Jack. I've a question - one more question about Odyssey.

063:19:08 CC
Go ahead.

063:19:14 CMP
Okay, I still have the PYRO A sequence A and PYRO B sequence B circuit breakers in. Do you want those out?

063:19:23 CC
Standby 1.

063:19:37 CC
Odyssey, Houston. The two circuit breakers you referred to, leave them in.

063:19:45 CMP
Okay. Copy. Leave them in.

063:19:59 CDR
Okay, Houston. I can control yaw in minimum impulse, but stand by on pitch.

063:20:17 CC
And, Fred-o, the DELTA-Vr resultant computes with the components.

063:20:29 CDR
Fred's off the C0MM now, Jack.

063:20:32 CC
Roger. Your PAD is good.

063:20:35 LMP
And, Jack, we didn't get that whole sentence there.

063:20:39 CC
Okay. I said that the DELTA-Vr that Fred questioned computes well with the component - its rms.

063:20:49 LMP
Okay. Copy.

063:20:54 CDR
Okay, now. Jack, let's go over this once more. You wanted me to try out control of the space- craft in the PULSE mode. Is that correct?

063:21:03 CC
That's affirmative. Set up a yaw rate and moni- tor the middle gimbal angle.

063:21:16 CDR
Okay. I can do that. I'm not too sure whether I can control roll or pitch in pulse, but I can control yaw in pulse - yaw in pulse on the ball.

063:21:30 CC
Roger. And remember we're not going to have a ball there, so that we're going to be monitoring CDUs on the DSKY, and if we get it off, it will be pretty hard to figure out where to fly back to; and, well, in addition, have to control the OMNIs while we're doing this. )

063:21:52 CDR

063:22:06 CDR
Without the ball, I still have use of the TTCA for control of the - angles.

063:22:12 CC
Affirmative. You'll have the TTCA for pitch and roll.

063:22:18 CDR
Okay. I think I can do that without the ball, and if you just give me the TTCAs I think I can control the spacecraft using 16 20.

063:22:31 CDR
I'm going to yaw right.

063:22:49 CDR
Okay, Jack. I am now - The REGISTER 1 is in the DECREASE mode.

063:23:36 CDR
And, Houston, do you see anything wrong with this spacecraft motion?

063:23:46 CC
We have a data drop on right now, Jim; we'll look at it as soon as it comes up.

063:24:52 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're going to dispense with this control mode. We'd like you to fly the machine back to the original attitude that you had, and we'll go PGNS ATTITUDE HOLD, and then we've got to get that ball off the line to save some power. And then, in order to keep even heating, every 15 or 30 minutes, we'll give you a call to give us 90 or 180 degrees of roll - of yaw.

063:25:27 CDR
Okay. You want me to go back to original attitude. I'll be going back to it now.

063:28:36 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. I'm flying it back over towards the initial angles you gave me of a pitch of 257. I'll get near the bellyband in roll and yaw; then I'll go to PGNS ATT HOLD.

063:28:47 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. And then we're going to have you go through a powerdown procedure.

063:28:56 CDR

063:29:02 CC
And you'll need VERB 77 with ATT HOLD when you get there.

063:29:08 CDR
Will do.

063:31:48 CDR
Okay, Jack. Have I gotten your 360 on yaw and roll? I'm going to go to ATT HOLD.

063:31:56 CC
Roger. And then we want to get the ball part down.

063:32:02 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

063:32:52 CDR
Okay. I'm now in PGNS ATT HOLD. And are you reading my DSKY angles?

063:32:58 CC
Roger. We see them.

063:33:03 CDR
Now, you want me to power down the ball, and if you'll give me the procedure for that, I'll do it right away.

063:33:06 CC
Okay. We'll buy what you've got on the DSKY there, and we'd just like to go through an overall powerdown procedure, and in so doing we'll catch the ball and inverter and it will only take a few minutes. So are you ready to start on panel 11?

063:33:23 CDR
Roger. Jack will copy, and I'll do the work.

063:33:27 CC
Okay. Panel 11, top row, open all the circuit breakers.

063:33:35 CDR
All circuit breakers on top row coming open.

063:33:48 CDR
They're all open, top row.

063:33:50 CC
Okay. Second row, close the first six on the left through the IS0L VALVE and open all to the right of that.

063:34:07 CDR
Okay. First six on the left are closed - That's through the IS0L VALVE, but I opened up every one from there on.

063:34:13 CC
Okay. Third row, open up the next five - correction - Open up the first five on the left, close A0T HEATER, close SIG CONDITIONER 1. Close ATTITUDE DIRECT, and open the rest on row three.

063:34:46 CDR
Do you want ATCA (PGNS) open?

063:34:53 CC
Leave ATCA (PGNS) closed; four breakers on the third row must be closed. AOT HEATER, SIG CON- DITIONER l, and ATCA (PGNS), ATTITUDE DIRECT CONTROL. Our mistake, good going.

063:35:13 CDR
Okay. I'm opening up ENGINE START OVERRIDE right now. And that row's taken care of.

063:35:30 CC
Okay. On the fourth row. Open - From the left, open the first five - correction - Close the first five, and open CABIN FAN 1. Close the three GLYCOL PUMP circuit breakers; open all the COMM breakers, except for COMMANDER'S AUDIO; close it. All the PGNS breakers, open - correction - Open the first three PGNS breakers, close LGC/DSKY, IMU STANDBY, IMU OPERATE.

063:36:23 CDR
That's complete, Jack.

063:36:27 CC
Okay. And EPS, close BAT FEED TIES, CROSSTIE BAL LOAD, and open the CROSS TIE BUS. Close the next three; open ASCENT ECA CONTROL, ASCENT ECA, and INVERTER 1. Close DC BUS VOLT. Go ahead.

063:37:02 CDR
That's complete, Jack. Panel 11 is configured.

063:37:09 CC
Okay. Let's go over to panel 16, top row, and starting from the left - Open the first four. 02 15 37 27 Stand by, Jack.

063:37:38 CDR
Okay. Starting from the left, open the first four.

063:37:43 CC
Okay. And close the IS0L VALVE, keep your TCA breakers closed, close the CROSSFEED, open the next two displays. Close the MAIN SOV and the PROPULSION breakers should all three be open.

063:38:08 CDR
Roger. The main valves are closed, and the DISPLAY ENGINE OVERRIDE LOGIC'S coming open, and the PQGS and ASC He REG are open.

063:38:18 CC
That's affirmative. The second row: they should all be open except for three breakers under instrumentation. Close SIG SENSOR, PCM/TE, and SIG CONDITIONER 2. Over.

063:38:41 CDR
Roger. Do you want SUIT FLOW CONTROL open?

063:38:57 CDR
ENGINE ARM coming open and ASA I guess will be open. Is that correct?

063:39:01 CC
We just got a change on that. Lot's keep the ASA closed.

063:39:09 CDR

063:39:22 CC
Okay, Jim. SUIT FLOW CONTROL can be open, and ENGINE ARM - ENGINE ARM open.

063:39:40 CDR
Okay. Let's go to row 3.

063:39:44 CC
Okay. Row 3 under COMM. Open DISPLAYS, close SE AUDIO, open VHF A TRANSMITTER and B RECEIVER, close the PRIMARY S-BAND circuit breakers, both of them. Open the S-BAND ANTENNA, PMP closed, TV open, and all the rest of them open under ECS, except CO2 SENSOR, closed.

063:40:24 CDR

063:40:31 CC
Okay. Under row 4: under HEATERS, your RCS QUAD heaters should - four of them - be closed, open DISPLAYS, open S-BAND ANTENNA, open SEQUENCE CAMERA. Under EPS, open DISPLAYS, close DC BUS VOLT, open INVERTER 2, open ASCENT ECA CONTROL and ASCENT ECA, close DESCENT ECA, DESCENT ECA CONTROL, TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE, close CROSS TIE BAL LOADS, open CROSS TIE BUS, close BAT FEED TIES. Over.

063:41:29 CDR
That's been completed, Jack.

063:41:55 CC
Okay, Jim. And we've already got a change to what we just told you. Under ECS, close the CABIN REPRESS, and insure that the ASA BREAKER is closed under S and C.

063:42:16 CDR
The ASA BREAKER is closed, but I closed the CABIN REPRESS.

063:42:25 CC
Okay, Jim. Looks like what we have to do is - In order to maintain even heating, we just have to yaw the whole machine about 90 degrees per hour in increments. So we'll give you a call when it's time to yaw 90 degrees.

063:43:04 CDR
Okay. We have to YAW the machine as I understand it, Houston, and you'll give it to me in increments of 90 degrees.

063:43:11 CC
That's affirm.

063:44:16 CC
Okay, Jim. Your present configuration has the following features. We got the electrical BUSES cross tied through the BAL LOAD circuit breakers , and we have AUTO CABIN REPRESS. One thing we'd like to do right now is to give yon an uplink, so immediately we have to, on panel 11, close the UPDATA LINK circuit breaker. Go to P00 and DATA. Over.

063:44:52 CDR
Okay. We're going to POO and DATA. The circuit breaker is closed.

063:48:57 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Did you say that you had a new pad for us to copy?

063:49:02 CC
Jim, I passed that newest pad that we have to Fred about 30 minutes ago. That's our latest. It's PC plus 2, and it begins with NOUN 33 of 79 hours 27 minutes and 40.13 seconds. You got that one?

063:49:25 CDR
Okay. We've got that one. What kind of a ATT HOLD MODE do you want us to do? Do you want us to do WIDE DEADBAND? I didn't ... on the DAP.

063:49:40 CC
Jim, the deadband is good the way it is. It's 5 degrees, if you want to stay in it. And stay in the PGNS ATT HOLD mode.

063:49:49 CDR

063:50:33 CC
Two things, Jim. We want you to know that there's some pretty big attitude errors in, so if you go to AUTO, the computer is going to try to crank you around, and the other thing is don't drink water out of the LM.

063:50:54 CDR
Okay. You might think about this. You know we lost our oxygen pressure in the command module.

063:51:56 CC
Aquarius, we're finished with the uplink. The computer is yours, and you can open the UPDATA LINK circuit breaker.

063:52:18 CDR
Okay. We've opened up the UPDATA LINK, and we've gone OFF of DATA, and I've got 16 20 in the computer.

063:52:28 CC
Roger, Jim. I guess we're going to just kind of perk away here now.

063:52:37 CMP
Okay, Jack. One more question about Odyssey here.

063:52:45 CC
Go ahead. Jack.

063:52:50 CMP
Okay. How about the service module 02 supply valve? Do you want that off?

063:53:01 CC
Affirmative. Service module O2 supply off, Jack.

063:53:06 CMP
Okay. On the way.

063:53:17 CC
And, Jim, we see a PROGRAM ALARM in there. We think it's just got to do with pulling the UPDATA LINK circuit breaker - UPLINK too fast.

063:53:30 CDR
Roger. I don't see it. Should I reset?

063:53:40 CC
Go ahead and reset, Jim.

063:56:11 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

063:56:16 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

063:56:21 CDR
One thought that might occur here is that if we have low descent water pressure, we might consider taking the PLSS water and fill it in reverse. If that works, you might look at a procedure for that.

063:56:34 CC
That's a good thought. Let us bounce that around a little.

063:57:12 CC
Okay, Jim. That's a good thought, and we've looked at that, and it looks like that's feasible. So if and when we need to do that, we will.

063:58:11 CDR
And, something else, Jack. When it's time for me to make my 90-degree yaw, what I planned on doing was going to NOUN 76 hold and just pulse and yaw several times until the yaw start and hope that pitch and roll stay within the limit.

063:58:37 CC
Roger. It sounds like a good plan and you can use your TTCA in MIN IMPULSE to take care of pitch and roll.

063:58:47 CDR

064:00:21 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We see ASCENT 02 tank number 2 building up again, so we'd like to use something out of it, so turn on ascent O2 tank number 2 and turn off descent 02.

064:00:39 CDR
Roger. Opening up ascent O2 tank number 2, and turning offf descent.

064:03:01 CC
And, Aquarius, Houston. We're starting to think about C02 buildup up in the command module there so we've got a recommendation, and what we're recommending is that you take the commander's hoses in the LM and put a cap over the red return hose and then figure out a way to fasten those hoses so they blow up into the CSM by extending them up through the tunnel as far as possible. And we'll get some flow out the blue side, circulate up and around the command module and to keep the C02 level down.

064:03:43 CDR
Roger. We're thinking of that too, and one problem is that the C0MM is connected securely to the hose, so we've got to get the COMM.cable off somehow to get that - So we'll still have C0MM down here in the LM and you have the hose up there.

064:05:10 CDR
Houston, we're trying to extend that commander's hose by use of the vacuum hose.

064:05:22 CC
Sounds like a good plan if you can work that out, Jim.

064:06:58 CC
Aquarius, if you can shake Jack loose there, I've got a - some procedures for him to write down.

064:07:09 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

064:07:33 CMP
Okay, Jack. Is this a long one?

064:07:37 CC
Oh, it's about 12 - 15 lines. It's a matter of verifying some valves and so forth.

064:07:50 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

064:07:53 CC
Okay. We want you to go in when you can and verify the following valves and leave them as we outline here. REPRESS PACKAGE valve, off; EMERGENCY CABIN PRESSURE, off; DIRECT 02, off; DEMAND REG, off; both WATER ACCUMULATORS, off; MAIN REG A and B, open; WATER GLYCOL - correction - WATER and then GLYCOL TANK INLET and OUTLET, both. Now if you want to get some water, we recommend that you momentarily turn the SURGE TANK on to pressurize the system and then turn it off and take out water as required. Over.

064:09:33 CC
That's it. Jack. And another note on taking water; if you don't drain enough water so that - -

064:09:49 CC
Say again, Aquarius.

064:09:53 CDR
That wasn't us, Jack.

064:09:58 CC
Okay. One more note on the water. Jack. If you don't bleed the pressure off when you - don't take enough water to bleed the pressure off completely, the pressure that's left on there is going to drain away in a period of 1 to 3 hours. So it's a small amount of oxygen, but we might as well save it. So if you want to eliminate that problem you could completely drain the pres- sure off by putting the water in a water bag and saving it that way.

064:10:36 CMP
Okay. That's a good idea.

064:10:38 CC
So that's the end of my - -

064:10:39 CMP
What I'll do - let me repeat - Okay. Let me repeat it all back to you. REPRESS PACKAGE VALVE, off; EMERGENCY CABIN PRESSURE, off; DIRECT 02, off; both the DEMAND REGs, off; both H20 ACCUMULATORS, WATER GLYCOL ACCUMULATORS, off; MAIN REG A and B, open; WATER and GLYCOL TANK INLET and OUTLET, open; for water, momentarily pressurize the SURGE TANK, take out water as required. You're recommending drain out all the water until I can't get any more water out of it in order to conserve the oxygen.

064:11:34 CC
Okay. We just want you to turn off the water accumulators and not the glycol accumulator. Over.

064:11:49 CMP
Okay. These are the water accumulators on 382, right?

064:11:57 CC
That's affirm. The accumulators on 382.

064:37:40 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

064:37:43 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

064:37:48 CDR
Roger, Jack. We're asking whether P51 and a P52 are required in the back side of the Moon.

064:37:56 CC
I think so, Jim, but stand by while I verify it-

064:38:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

064:38:28 CDR
Go ahead.

064:38:30 CC
We think we know where the platform is, Jim. The tracking looks real good from the last burn. We feel just a P52 will be required.

064:38:39 CDR

064:38:54 CMP
Joe, has your continued tracking changed our pericynthion altitude any?

064:39:01 CC
Stand by. We'll get the latest on that, Jack.

064:39:50 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

064:39:54 CMP
Go ahead.

064:39:56 CC
Roger, Jack. We're still looking at 137 miles and Doppler's confirming it. We will have a good update after 67 hours.

064:40:08 CMP
That's good. I want to say you guys are doing real good work.

064:40:13 CC
So are you guys. Jack.

064:47:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

064:47:13 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

064:47:14 CC
Okay, Jim. We've come up with a C0MM recommen- dation which we hope will save some power by powering down the power amplifier, if it works. And I'd like to read up the steps to you and have you think about them for a minute, and we recommend trying it before the first yaw maneuver. Over.

064:47:43 CDR
Okay. You can read up the steps.

064:47:48 CC
Okay. Step 1, BI0MED off; step 2, go to LOW BIT RATE; step 3, go to D0WNV0ICE BACKUP; step 4, POWER AMP to PRIME; step 5, panel l6, POWER AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER open; step 6, RANGE FUNCTION switch, off. Read those back to me, and then I'll have a remark.

064:48:39 CDR

064:48:56 CC
Okay. And the note says that you should be able to hear us. If we can't hear you in a couple of minutes, you should close the POWER AMP circuit breaker on panel 16, and we expect to save an amp or more on this. It should work in the present attitude. When we go to the new yaw attitude, we're thinking about powering up the steerable, leaving the POWER AMP off and, if we can get good COMM in that mode, we'll still save some power. So if you concur, why don't you go ahead.

064:49:44 CDR
Okay. In this mode, you should hear us - or we should hear you, but if you can't hear us, then we ought to close POWER AMP circuit breaker again. Is that right.

064:49:54 CC
That's affirm. We'll just run a little COMM check after you get done and see how we're doing.

064:50:03 CDR
Okay, fine. And if that all fails, we'll go back to our original configuration.

064:50:06 CC
That's affirm.

064:51:01 CDR
All amps PRIMARY.

064:51:04 LMP

064:51:06 CDR
Okay. Circuit breakers 16, POWER AMP circuit breaker, open; COMM; POWER AMP circuit breaker, open.

064:51:18 LMP
There's only one. Ready?

064:51:23 CDR
RANGE ... switch off.

064:51:28 LMP
It is off. ...

064:51:35 LMP
Yes, I think so; yes, that's off.

064:51:49 CDR
... Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read me

064:51:53 CC
Aquarius, this is Houston. We read you with a lot ... static. How do you read us? Over.

064:52:03 CDR
We read you with a lot of noise, the noise seems to indicate ... read you better.

064:52:15 CC
I didn't copy your last remark, Jim. I heard that you had a lot of noise in the background also.

064:52:23 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read us now?

064:52:27 CC
Just the same, Jim. You're readable but it's very noisy.

064:52:45 CDR
Okay. We can still read you. Do you want us to remain in this configuration?

064:52:51 CC
Stay there for the next minute or two anyway, Jim, while we evaluate it.

064:53:23 CDR
Okay. I'll tell you what we need. Jack. Try to get this squared away again. We - See if you can't report the right procedures here. ... the procedures, the whole works, before we get all balled up here.

064:53:41 LMP
Yes. Okay. You guessed it.

064:53:53 CDR
I've come up with nothing here.

064:54:47 LMP
... we can use.

064:54:54 LMP
Stand by for ... Give me - ... over on my side there. My - ...

064:55:21 LMP
Find anything back in there?

064:55:23 CDR
No, wait a minute.

064:55:40 LMP
Better get a ... there, a paper towel.

064:55:47 CDR
Let's just check in here ...

064:55:53 LMP

064:55:54 CDR
... Well, we should have some around here somewhere.

064:55:57 LMP
Yes. They are ...

064:56:07 CDR
Oh, here they are.

064:56:52 LMP
Why don't you put that right up there, just like that. Is that all you've got on it? There you go. 02 16 58 01 LMP

064:58:09 CDR
It sure stays on, I'll tell you that. It's built like a regular ...

064:58:20 CDR
Hey, look out that left-hand window. ... I can't see a thing.

064:58:35 LMP

064:58:49 CDR
Well, is there anything ... done earlier?

064:59:22 CDR
Okay. What we do here is, ...? 02 16 59 29 LMP

064:59:33 CDR
... the command module.

064:59:56 CDR
Find the flight plan, too, while up there.

065:02:48 CDR
Okay. Why don't you recopy this procedure on page 4-42.

065:02:59 LMP
We going to keep a log of all the procedures?

065:03:15 CDR
We ought to copy down the ones that get water, too. ... Keep them all in one spot.

065:03:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

065:03:29 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

065:03:31 CC
Okay. Speak slow because there's a lot of noise in the background. Have you completed your first 90-degree yaw maneuver? And, if you haven't, we recommend it. Over.

065:03:45 CDR
Okay. We have not. We have not completed it. We will start. We want you to monitor the maneuver. Over.

065:03:53 CC
Okay, Jim. And I want to pass you up a short procedure for activating the S-band steerable antenna, which we'd like you to do after you complete the 90-degree yaw. Are you ready to copy? Over.

065:04:14 CDR
Ready to copy.

065:04:16 CC
Okay. First, on panel 11, close the S-BAND ANTENNA circuit breaker. Then go to Activation, page 28, steerable antenna activation - -

065:04:30 CDR
Roger. Copy.

065:04:34 CC
- - and complete steps 2, 3, and 4 of Activa- tion 28. You'll have to do a VERB 64 to get the pitch and yaw angles, and the last step is on panel l6, S-BAND ANTENNA HEATER circuit breaker to CLOSE. Over.

065:05:01 CDR
Joe, we didn't get all of that. We just have, "Complete steps 2, 3, and 4 of activation" and then 68 or 28.

065:05:13 CC
Jim, that's - -

065:05:15 CDR
Then do a VERB 64 to get -

065:05:39 CC
Aquarius, Houston. That procedure I just passed you, please disregard it. Over.

065:05:50 CDR
Disregard it. Okay. Do you want me to start my yaw maneuver now? And I'll be yawing to my right. One-way maneuver.

065:05:59 CC
Roger. Right yaw is acceptable, but wait 1 before you start the maneuver.

065:06:09 CDR

065:06:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

065:06:38 CDR
Go ahead.

065:06:39 CC
Okay. You are GO to commence the yaw maneuver. If we don't have COMM after you complete the yaw maneuver, bring the power amplifier back on. Over.

065:06:54 CDR
Roger. Understand. We'll start the yaw.

065:06:57 CC
Okay. 02 17 07 19 CMP

065:07:28 CDR
... 277.

065:11:20 CMP
They're almost getting bigger and bigger. Jack. It's over here now.

065:11:52 CDR
Hey, you got a list ... off over here.

065:11:55 CMP
All that stuff ...

065:11:57 CDR
... to do is put water in it.

065:13:43 CDR
What do I turn that to? 02 17 13 51 CMP

065:14:17 CDR
... Yes ... down to 270 ...

065:15:32 CDR
It's jumping now.

065:17:15 CDR
Why don't you go RATE/RATE now, before we ...

065:19:28 CMP
We're on the ascent tank, too.

065:19:33 CC
Houston, Aquarius. Did you call?

065:19:38 CDR
Negative, Houston. We did not call. How you reading us?

065:19:42 CMP
Get up front and turn that antenna ...

065:19:49 CDR
And, Houston, could you give us an approximate time to turn off the ascent 02 in case we're losing point with you?

065:19:59 CC
Roger, Jim; and copying about half your words.

065:20:08 CDR
Roger, Houston. We'd like a time to go back t descent 02 in case we lose communications with you.

065:20:20 CC
Jim, Houston. That's affirmative. You may go back to descent 02. Over.

065:20:30 CDR
Roger. Going back now.

065:20:33 CC
Copy that.

065:21:37 CDR
We're ... up-side down.

065:21:39 CMP

065:22:13 CMP
Think we'll have any trouble getting that ... with that ... in there?

065:22:19 CDR
Probably not, if everything holds together because we already made one burn.

065:22:24 CMP
And the temperatures look good. When you make a burn, does that do something ...? 02 17 22 32 CDR

065:22:46 CDR
Well, Jack. This is going to be difficult. 02 17 22 55 CMP

065:23:09 CMP
I'll tell you, we'll have to start thinking about ...

065:23:19 CDR
How about ...?

065:23:53 CDR
How about ...?

065:24:09 CDR
Yes, we got ...

065:26:47 CDR
... once every hour?

065:30:14 CDR
How about that ... tank ...?

065:30:23 CDR
How much of that oxygen are you going to use for - 02 17 30 30 IMP We got - water glycol ... off. — need any more water? ... again?

065:31:36 CDR
... out there?

065:31:38 LMP
Yes, why don't we

065:31:53 CMP
... out? Can you get that?

065:32:44 CDR
... down there. ...

065:33:56 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Are you ...?

065:34:02 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Say again, please.

065:34:09 CDR
Roger. We have a radio check at a new attitude.

065:34:14 CC
Okay, Jim. We copy the angles. How are you receiving the voice now? Over.

065:34:23 CDR
Your voice is excellent.

065:34:28 CC
Okay. Real good. You are clear. We still have a lot of noise, but if you talk slow I think we can manage.

065:35:20 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

065:35:28 CDR
This is Aquarius. Go ahead.

065:35:31 CC
Roger, Jim. We're trying to improve our COMM down here. We'd like to try going function switch from DOWN VOICE BACK UP to VOICE. Over.

065:35:48 CDR
... DOWN VOICE BACKUP ... switch going from DOWN VOICE BACKUP to VOICE.

065:36:00 CC
Roger that.

065:36:57 CC
How do you read now, Jim?

065:37:37 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request a short count. Over.

065:38:16 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We're not reading you at all. Request you go back to DOWN VOICE BACKUP. Over.

065:38:34 CDR
All right. Houston, Aquarius in DOWN VOICE BACKUP. How do you read? Over.

065:38:41 CC
Okay, Jim, we read you now and you'd better stay in this configuration.

065:39:03 LMP
Well, ... try ...

065:39:43 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

065:39:50 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

065:39:52 CC
Okay, Jim, since we're in LOW BIT RATE now, we cannot monitor the DSKY for program alarms, et cetera, and we recommend that, in order for you to do so on board, you push in the following circuit breakers: On panel 11 and panel l6 the ANUNCIAT0R/D0CK/C0MP0NENT circuit breakers. That will allow you to monitor your DSKY warning lights. Over.

065:40:34 CDR
Okay ... 02 17 40 37 IMP ..., OFF.

065:40:42 CDR
Roger, Houston. Would you say one more time ... please?

065:40:47 CC
Okay, Jim. The circuit breakers are the ANUNCIATOR/DOCK/COMPONENT circuit breakers on panel 11, third row, far right, under LIGHTING; and on panel 16, also under LIGHTING, second row, third from the left. Over.

065:41:23 CDR
Roger, Houston. We have those two circuit breakers - engaged.

065:41:30 CC
Okay, real good.

065:51:02 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

065:51:16 CC
Aquarius, this is Houston. Go ahead.

065:51:21 CDR
Joe, it appears that the best detent possibly to put the stars in the AOT, would be either number 2 or 4. The rendezvous radar antenna is now in the way. You might think of a procedure to get rid of it with minimum power and then we maybe we'll be able to see stars in a couple of minutes here in a lower detent.

065:51:48 CC
Okay, Jim. I think I understood that the rendezvous radar antenna is in the way and you would like a procedure to get it out of the way. Is that right?

065:52:00 CDR
That's affirm; at the proper time, and with minimum power.

065:52:06 CC
Roger. Understand. We'll work that.

065:58:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

065:58:34 CDR
Go ahead.

065:58:36 CC
Okay. Jim, we have a handover coming up on the hour; that's in a minute and a half. On the hour, we would like you to turn the S-BAND TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER switch to OFF, and 5 minutes later turn it back to PRIMARY. Over.

065:59:17 CDR
Okay, Houston. Shortly you want us to turn the S-BAND TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER to OFF; 5 minutes later, turn it back to PRIMARY.

065:59:29 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. After the handover apparently they want to make sure that they lockup with you and not the IU.

065:59:43 CDR
Roger. And let me know when you want me to turn it off.

065:59:51 CC
Roger. You can turn it off now.

066:00:18 CDR
And, Houston, when do you want me to turn that S-BAND TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER off?

066:00:24 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Turn it off now.

066:00:31 CDR
Turning it off now.

066:08:25 CC
Okay, Aquarius; Houston. We have data back and I as sume we have COMM. Over.

066:08:35 CDR
Houston, this is Aquarius. The COMM is very, very, very noisy. Over.

066:08:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Copy that. It's noisy on our end, too; stand by while we think about it.

066:09:08 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. I am unable to ... now ...

066:09:17 CC
Jim, Houston. I think you just called, but I didn't copy you.

066:10:32 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

066:10:38 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

066:10:41 CC
Jim, recommend you push the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker on panel l6 in. Over.

066:10:51 CDR
Roger. POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker panel l6 going in.

066:11:16 CDR
POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker is in.

066:11:19 CC
Okay, Jim. How is the COMM now? Over.

066:11:27 CDR
A lot of background noise. Let me turn off the SQUELCH.

066:11:32 CC
Okay. You're quite a bit better.

066:11:41 CDR
Whenever I enable SQUELCH, I lose you. Over.

066:11:45 CC
Roger. Stand by. You are much better down link.

066:12:01 LMP
Look at NOUN 65.

066:12:04 CDR

066:12:28 CC
Okay, Jim. This is Houston. We recommend that you set the FUNCTION switch from D0WNV0ICE BACKUP to VOICE. Over.

066:12:40 CDR
Roger. FUNCTION switch going from D0WNV0ICE BACKUP to VOICE.

066:13:10 CC
Okay, Jim. How's the COMM now?

066:13:12 CDR
FUNCTION switch ... There's still a lot of background noise, Joe.

066:13:21 CC
Okay. We'll look at it some more. Your COMM down to us is excellent now.

066:18:27 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

066:18:31 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

066:18:36 CDR
The noise we're experiencing is similar to what we had sometime before when you switched stations .

066:18:56 CC
Roger, Jim. INCO is checking into what we can do about the noise. It may be a problem with the new site.

066:19:12 CDR

066:23:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Is the noise any better now? Over.

066:23:17 CDR
This is Aquarius. Negative.

066:23:20 CC
Roger. 02 18 33 34 CDH Houston, Aquarius.

066:33:36 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

066:33:42 CDR
Roger. Will you let us know when you want us to yaw another 90 degrees right?

066:33:49 CC
Will do, Jim. Stand by 1.

066:33:54 CC
Okay, Jim. We're ready now to yaw another 90 degrees to the right.

066:34:02 CDR

066:36:14 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

066:36:20 CDR
Go ahead.

066:36:21 CC
We are going to try to improve the C0MM and telemetry by temporarily breaking lock and reacquiring. You may hear some noise in your headset.

066:36:33 CDR
Okay. Couldn't be any more noise than we're getting now.

066:36:36 CC

066:38:56 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

066:38:59 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

066:39:03 CDR
Okay. Now that there's no noise, you can give ...

066:39:15 CC
Jim, I didn't copy that. Your COMM is pretty good, though. How is it with us?

066:39:26 CC
Good. Okay.

066:40:07 CDR
Houston, do you want to reconfigure the DOWN VOICE BACKUP again?

066:40:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston. I don't think so at this time. Our voice is good now. How's yours?

066:40:22 CDR
Ours is very good.

066:40:26 CC
Okay, why don't we stay where we are for a few minutes.

067:02:42 CDR
Okay. Houston, Aquarius. We're deadbanding in the new attitude.

067:02:48 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Roger that, and your COMM is good.

067:32:09 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

067:32:15 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

067:32:16 CC
Okay, Jim. In order to save on an amp or 2 of power here, we'd like you to go to the DOWN VOICE BACKUP COMM configuration, which is pulling the power and circuit breaker and going to DOWN VOICE BACKUP. If we get into a COMM problem, all you have to do is reverse that configuration, and it should be good again. Over.

067:32:50 CDR
Okay, we'll go to DOWN VOICE BACKUP and pull the POWER AMPL circuit breaker, and if we get into trouble, we'll come back again.

067:32:57 CC
Okay, real fine, and we estimate the next yaw maneuver should start at about 68:02. Over.

067:33:08 CDR
Okay. Could you give me that in minutes?

067:33:12 CC
I sure can. That's going to be in 29 minutes from now, Jim.

067:33:18 CDR
Okay. Thank you.

067:33:20 CC

067:33:51 CDR
Okay, Houston. We're in DOWN VOICE BACKUP and the POWER AMPLIFIER is pulled.

067:34:00 CC
Jim, Houston. Roger that. You are readable through the noise. How are we? Over.

067:34:09 CDR
You are loud and clear.

067:34:12 CC
Very good.

067:34:30 LMP
Yes, I guess ... at this time ... out ... configuration ..., and we have to get ... ...

067:34:58 CDR
Okay. What else do we have to ... 02 19 36 18 LMP

067:36:30 CDR

067:36:35 LMP

067:37:21 LMP

067:38:19 LMP

067:38:30 CDR
I guess they're going to take ...

067:38:35 LMP

067:39:12 LMP
Well, there's another good one ...

067:39:17 CDR
... going off?

067:39:20 CMP

067:39:28 CDR
No. ... we had battery power for a while, we could ...

067:39:33 LMP
It's locked.

067:39:35 CDR

067:39:40 LMP
I don't think that was ...

067:39:55 LMP
... powered up ...

067:40:01 CDR
... got one.

067:40:03 LMP
... ... all powered down. 02 19 40 07 CDR

067:40:10 LMP
... have to get ...

067:41:02 CDR
... get our ... are off.

067:41:05 LMP

067:41:08 CDR
... all three ...

067:41:15 LMP

067:41:25 LMP
Seems like ... the burn ...

067:44:24 CDR
... ...

067:45:01 LMP

067:46:11 LMP

067:46:19 CDR
... We 're going to have to do something to get all this water out of here.

067:46:23 LMP
I'll set up ... before I turn the thing on.

067:46:27 CDR
Okay, we'll get this thing -

067:46:32 LMP

067:46:34 CDR

067:46:47 LMP

067:46:48 CDR

067:46:56 LMP
... ...

067:47:02 LMP
There you go.

067:47:06 CDR

067:48:50 LMP
... this one.

067:48:53 CDR

067:52:20 LMP

067:52:21 CDR
That's right.

067:52:22 LMP
Thank you.

067:52:26 CMP

067:52:28 LMP
I'll wake you up.

067:52:30 CDR

067:52:31 CMP
All right.

067:58:37 SC

067:58:44 LMP
About four ...

067:58:53 CDR

067:59:07 LMP
Go ahead.

067:59:19 CDR

067:59:44 LMP

067:59:56 LMP
... ...?

068:00:01 CDR

068:00:13 CDR
... Over on the ...

068:03:33 CDR
Well, I'm afraid this is going to be the last lunar mission for a long time. 02 20 03 40 IMP ... copy.

068:04:37 CDR

068:04:39 LMP

068:08:27 CDR
Maybe it should reverse itself. I think ...

068:08:31 LMP

068:08:33 CDR

068:25:48 CDR
... radio check.

068:25:52 CC
Aquarius, this is Houston. Go ahead.

068:25:59 CDR
Maneuver complete.

068:26:02 CC
Roger, Jim. We show you on telemetry. Looks solid at the new attitude. Just by the way of information, the latest tracking data shows the pericynthion to be holding somewhere above 136 miles, and the pad you have is still good. Over.

068:26:24 CDR
Roger. Understand.

068:26:28 CC
Okay, and, Jim, we wonder whether you've attempted to get drinking water out of the command module po-ti [sic] tank yet. It's - Is that going all right or do you have any questions on it. Over.

068:26:42 LMP
... do it at l69 hours.

068:26:46 CDR
We're all ... do it at l69 hours - or 69 hours.

068:32:32 LMP
I need a command module activation ...

068:32:38 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Over.

068:37:52 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

068:37:55 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

068:38:01 CDR
As we approach the burn, you want to go through the same check that we did for the last burn. That is, we want to make sure we have everything powered up ... circuit breaker by circuit breaker in conjunction with your direction. And for ... we ought to have a procedure for powering up the command module again when we have to go back into the command module ...

068:38:29 CC
Okay, Jim. We copied that. First of all, you want to go through the circuit by circuit breaker careful powered-up procedure for the next DPS burn, and we're working on that. Secondly, you want a procedure for powering the command module up again when you have to re-enter it and power it up and we're talking about that and working one up, and we'll get both those for you ...

068:39:00 CDR

068:39:06 CMP
Joe, can you also get us an idea about how far out we can expect to make it on the command module batteries.

068:39:16 CC
Okay, Jack. It sounds as though we probably don't want to power up the command module before EI minus 2 hours. That doesn't mean we can't start our procedure a good deal before that, but we don't want to power it up much before EI minus 2. Over.

068:39:42 CMP
Okay. I was just thinking in case something - we had the sort of problem here about how we would go about getting in the command module ... we need to power up - and - in order to make it back into Earth.

068:40:00 CC
Right, Jack. It's quite clear that we're going to have to very carefully make up a full check- list for you on that; we'll do it.

068:40:26 CMP
What they're going to do is ... power Aquarius up ...

068:40:38 CDR
Oh, well, we've got to have something to ... Besides, we can get rid of the LM ... decide then what they'll do.

068:40:51 CMP
My guess is what they'll do - Well, I guess, aline the GDC ... and get EMS ...

068:42:21 CMP
And - we haven't even figured out yet the ... batteries, have we?

068:42:26 CDR
Oh, I'm sure we have.

068:42:30 CMP
... - hundred ampere-hours. We had it figured out that we had 550 ampere—hours left. ... 02 20 42 43 CDR

068:42:48 CMP
... bigger than 133 hours. ... Oh, yes, I guess - Yes, he's ... the descent Thursday afternoon. He had it figured out that - for a splashdown at ... number of hours - 74 hours, and we've figured out that we - I don't know how we arrived at this - but he added up all the ...

068:45:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

068:45:07 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

068:45:09 CC
Roger, Jim. We just thought of something; namely, that we probably should get the lithium hydroxide canisters out of the command module reasonably soon just to make certain that they don't stay in there and possibly swell up until they'd be hard to get out. I wouldn't wake up Fred for that, but it's something you should do possibly before you go to sleep.

068:45:45 CDR
Roger. Will do.

068:45:47 CC

068:47:00 CMP
Fred-o. We're 68 hours, about, and 46 mintes. Did you sleep good?

068:47:17 CDR
... lithium hydroxide ...

068:47:19 CMP
Yes, I think I'll do that right now. Fred-o, get on the ...

068:47:25 CDR
Okay, Jack, take the lithium hydroxide canisters out. Tie them down, or something like that ... command module. And then get us some food ...

068:48:53 CDR
How much time did you say these batteries had?

068:48:56 CMP
... 800 ampere ...

068:50:21 LMP
Aa-ah. Think I'll get an aspirin - a couple of aspirin again ...

068:51:43 LMP
I'd like a couple of aspirin, too.

068:51:49 LMP
Well, would you like some pictures?

068:54:06 CDR
Be sure you get all the water out you can. 02 20 55 49 IMP You're holding your attitude right now. What time have you got to ... ?

068:55:57 CDR
Probably another 5 minutes.

068:58:35 CDR
How much water in the ... 02 20 59 30 IMP What time was it when we powered up the IM, do you recall? 58 hours?

069:06:38 CDR
How did the water come out?

069:06:43 CMP
Okay, ... That's another big man. If we have to start drinking water out of the ... drink damn near a gallon a day.

069:07:54 CDR
I'm also figuring that when we've got to go back in there, we'll ... take the drogue and the food ... back here - take these - put these back in there. ...

069:12:53 LMP
Hello, Houston. How do you read?

069:13:27 LMP
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

069:13:34 CC
Aquarius, Houston; did you -

069:13:43 LMP
Okay, you hear me, Joe?

069:13:46 CC
Oh, not very good, Jack; suggest that for com- munication here, we go to POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker IN and FUNCTION switch to VOICE.

069:14:03 LMP
Okay, I didn't want to get through or anything. I just wanted to check and see if we had you at all in this mode.

069:14:10 CC
Oh, yes, we do have COMM. You're extremely noisy but if you read loud and slow we can easily copy it.

069:14:22 LMP
Okay. Joe, I read you loud and clear on this mode.

069:14:29 CC
Roger, we understand that. It is strictly a downlink problem and you can stay in the DOWN VOICE BACKUP mode if you want. If we get involved in conversation, I think we'll want to go back to NORMAL voice.

069:16:42 CDR
How you doing, Jack?

069:17:35 CDR
Do you have an hour on your clock for ...

069:18:00 LMP
Joe, this is Aquarius; wonder if you can give me the GET time of initial powerup?

069:18:13 CC
Fred, Houston. Understand you'd like to know the GET of your initial powerup, is that correct?

069:18:23 LMP
Yes, the second time in here.

069:18:26 CC
Okay, stand by.

069:19:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over,

069:20:02 CDR
Go ahead.

069:20:05 CC
Okay, we don't have a percise time for the starting of that procedure yet; we are working on it real hard. It won't be for several hours; and we'll pass it up to you just as soon as we get it. Over.

069:20:21 CDR
Okay, and, Joe, you want us to start a PTC maneu- ver at this time?

069:20:27 CC
Stand by and I'll check.

069:21:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

069:21:12 CDR
Go ahead.

069:21:13 CC
Roger, Jim. We would like the next yaw maneuver in about 6 minutes. Over.

069:21:20 CDR

069:21:22 CC

069:23:10 CDR
Oh, yes, yes. Keep opening - open the jets slowly ... Keep working at it.

069:24:02 CDR
Is there some way that we could ... water in the PLSS.

069:24:16 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

069:24:21 CDR
Go ahead.

069:24:23 CC
Okay. Our estimate is that we will start powering up for the DPS burn at about 76 hours elapsed, which is about 6-3/4 hours from now.

069:24:40 CDR
Roger, Joe. Understand.

069:24:42 LMP
Okay, Joe, about 76 hours or so and I guess you misunderstood. My question was what was the GET way back when, when I first came across to the LM and transferred to LM power? How long have we been living on the IM, now?

069:25:00 CC
Oh; Roger. Stand by. I'll give you that. Yes, I just didn't understand.

069:29:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

069:29:35 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

069:29:36 CC
Okay, the time of transfer to LM power was 57 hours, 11 minutes. For your information, we seem to be reasonably fat on power. In fact, we are looking at a procedure that we might recommend to you later on after the burn and so forth of powering up one of the command module main buses via the IM umbilical. This would enable us possibly to charge up the command module batteries. Over. 02 21 30 16 IMP Okay, Joe. That sounds great. I just thought that to pass the time, I'd do a little backseat quarterbacking, here.

069:30:29 CC

069:34:22 CDR
How's the water doing?

069:47:30 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

069:47:35 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

069:47:37 CC
Roger. We request AFT OMNI at this time. Over.

069:47:43 CDR

069:47:45 CC
That's affirm.

069:48:35 CDR
Yes. ... is going to be 123.

069:48:40 LMP
You mean you're ... 12247? 02 21 48 55 LMP

069:48:59 CDR

069:49:06 LMP
I'm trying to ... this heater over here.

069:49:08 CDR
Yes. I'll ... that.

069:49:34 LMP
Jim, that spacecraft's looking pretty close; a about 86 or ...

069:49:50 CDR
Well, ...

070:52:15 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

070:52:20 LMP
Go ahead, Houston.

070:52:23 CC
Okay, Fred. I have a few words for you on some things we want to do in the next few hours, and in order to get good COMM for that and also in order to give FIDO a few minutes of ranging, I want to have you put the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker in panel 16 in, the VOICE FUNCTION switch to VOICE, and RANGING FUNCTION switch to RANGING. Over.

070:53:17 LMP
Now I'm in NORMAL voice and RANGING is up.

070:53:22 CC
Okay, Fred. And you're loud and clear down here now. Okay. What we're getting a procedure ready for you is to do an AOT Sun check at approximately 74 hours or in just a little over 3 hours. That will be a detent 2; we'll have a detail procedure up shortly and it will include a rendezvous radar redesignation to get it out of the way and a P52 maneuver to the attitude. It's our feeling that if that checks out within 1 degree that your platform will be okay for the burn without a subsequent P52. If it's not within l degree, we are working up an Earth/Sun alinement procedure to aline the platform, and we'll have that up to you later. Okay. Assuming that the Sun check is okay, we will then give you a star for a confidence check on the back side when you're in the darkness. We'll be updating a burn pad to you prior to LOS going around the Moon. We'll have another look at you after AOS, and we'll update the pad if required. Right now that update should be very small. Over.

070:54:48 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

070:55:52 LMP
Okay. Joe. As I read that, at 74 hours we're going to do an AOT Sun check at detent 2, which is going to require the rendezvous radar out of the way. And ws use P52 AUTO maneuver to get there, or at least the angles out of that, and if this passes within 1 degree, you're saying the platform is okay for the maneuver, and we won't need a subsequent P52. But even if it is okay, you'll give us a star which we can use for our check when we're in darkness. If this check flunks, you'll pass us on up then an Earth/Moon aline procedure.

070:56:45 CC
Okay, Fred. That's correct, except the aline procedure that we're working on is an Earth/Sun aline, and other than that, that's correct. Incidentally, this TC plus 2 maneuver looks like it will still be around a 900-foot-per-second maneuver and that it will get you back to the mid-Pacific line at 142 hours.

070:57:15 LMP
Okay. That was an Earth/Sun check, John. We're getting a little close to the Moon now. And the TC plus 2 maneuver still looks about 900 foot per second to get us at mid-PAC, at about 142 hours.

070:57:32 CC
That's right.

071:05:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston. 02 23 05 19 IMP Go ahead, Joe.

071:05:21 CC
Okay, Fred. We got a good batch of ranging and now we'd like you to reverse the configuration, RANGING to OFF, VOICE FUNCTION to DOWN VOICE BACKUP, POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker out; we'll be talking to you.

071:05:41 LMP
DOWN VOICE BACKUP with the POWER AMP breaker open now. How do you read?

071:05:47 CC
We read you satisfactorily, Fred.

071:05:53 LMP
Okay. 02 23 06 17 IMP Jim and Jack are in the upstairs bedroom taking a nap now.

071:06:24 CC
I didn't know that was upstairs.

071:06:34 LMP
We have the first space station.

071:06:37 CC

071:09:04 LMP
And, Houston, Aquarius.

071:09:08 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

071:09:13 LMP
One other thing you might have somebody look at - I don't want to bother the guys upstairs - the drain hose that we've got in the command module, I wonder if we can find out if it will plug into the PLSS and in which case we can keep transferring - later on at least - the command module water into the IM via the PLSS.

071:09:43 CC
Okay, Fred. You're almost up with us. We are looking real hard at getting water from the command module waste tank into the PLSS, using that hose and then dumping it from the PLSS into the LM ascent tank, and we think it is feasible; we're checking it out to make sure.

071:10:08 LMP

071:10:29 LMP
Okay. I have time to do another maneuver here, Joe.

071:10:36 CC
Okay, Fred. Let me verify that.

071:10:55 CC
Fred, Houston. That is verified. You can go ahead with the yaw maneuver.

071:11:02 CMP

071:29:06 LMP
Okay. Just made another maneuver. We allowed for a little too much roll, there. I wonder if that's too much, or should I try to take it out now that I got it stopped.

071:29:18 CC
Fred, this is Houston. - -

071:29:19 LMP
Twenty degrees roll left - Yes. All right; go ahead.

071:29:27 CC
Okay, Fred. I didn't copy the beginning of your message.

071:29:38 LMP
Okay, I - I was talking to Jim, there.

071:29:42 CC

072:27:43 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

072:27:49 CDR
Go ahead, Joe.

072:27:51 CC
Roger. Listen, Charlie Duke wants to talk to you - to you about the A0T star check; and, so that we can have good C0MM, I'd like to recon- figure with the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker in and the VOICE FUNCTION switch to VOICE and while we're at it, we'd like the RANGING FUNCTION switch to RANGING. Over.

072:28:15 CDR

072:28:47 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over. 03 00 28 49 IMP Houston, Aquarius.

072:28:51 CC
Roger, Fred-o. Reading you - -

072:28:52 LMP
Okay, Houston, Aquarius. Go ahead.

072:28:54 CC
Okay, Fred-o. Reading you 5-by. The procedure I'm going to read up to you is a Sun check for the - to see if we're going to need an alinement or not. If you'll get out your G&N dictionary and open it to P52, page 34, we'll start at the bottom. Over.

072:29:23 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

072:29:32 LMP
Sounds like you broke out, Charlie.

072:29:36 CC
Yes, finally, Fred-o. I've no longer got the red spots.

072:29:48 CC
Okay. Stand by, Aquarius. We'll be back with you momentarily.

072:29:55 LMP

072:31:16 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You ready with your G&N dictionary? Over.

072:31:24 LMP
Okay. I'm on page 34 now, looking at P52.

072:31:28 CC
Okay, Fred-o. At the bottom of the page, we want step 1, on the flashing 0406, we want an option 3, and that'll pull us over to 6; and, on the 5025, we want you to do the ENTER on the 5025, and that'll bring up flashing 0170, and load in Rl 200. Over.

072:32:03 LMP
Okay. Let me see if I'm with you. We call up P52 and, on the flashing 0406, we PRO on a 3 REFSMMAT which leads us to a flashing 5025. We ENTER on that. On the flashing 0170, we want to ENTER a 200.

072:32:24 CC
That's affirmative; and after that, you PRO on that, and you come up with a flashing 0688, and we'll have to load NOUN 88. And if you're ready to copy, I have the Sun half-unit vectors at 74 hours GET. Over. 03 00 32 47 IMP Okay. Go ahead.

072:32:48 CC
Okay. At Sun half-unit vectors, X, Rl, is plus 0.45498, Y plus 19024, Z plus 08250. Over.

072:33:20 LMP
Okay. We PRO on - after entering the 200. We'll get a flashing 0688. We then load the Sun unit vectors for 74 hours, which are Rl plus 5 - correction, plus 45498, R2 plus 19024, R3 plus 08250.

072:33:48 CC
Roger. That's good, Fred-o. And that'll bring you to step 8, and you get a flashing 50l8 when you PRO on the NOUN 88. Okay. At 5018, we want to do an AUTO maneuver to - to the attitude, so just do the - the PRO with the GUIDANCE CONTROL, PNGS; MODE CONTROL, PNGS, AUTO; and we'll take this attitude. Now, that's going to Put us at - at attitude for the Sun check. Now, we're being a 1.4-degree deadband in this program in a docked configuration; so, to help you out, you could call VERB 62 to get your needles - and it - when the needles go through zero or null out and - in that deadband - then you take a look in the AOT and see how close the Sun is. And we want within plus or minus 1 degree. Over.

072:34:52 LMP
Okay. So we PRO on the NOUN 88, and we end up with a flashing 5018; and you want an AUTO maneuver here rather than using the TTCA, so we PRO with GUIDANCE, PNGS; MODE CONTROL, AUTO. We've got a 1.4-degree deadband with a VERB 62 will give us the needles to try to zero them in and, at that time I look through the AOT and, if it' s like Apollo 11 Sun check, all we' ve got to have is the Sun somewhere in the - out there somewhere on the Sun as it passes. Is that correct?

072:35:30 CC
I think that's a little tight; that's about a quarter degree. We can go a little bit out of that. Stand by 1. Fred, we'll get you an answer on that one. And also, if you'll stand by, we'll give you a DAP load for this maneuver. Over.

072:35:51 LMP
Okay. We'll - You'll give us a DAP load.

072:35:54 CC
Roger. Stand by.

072:37:39 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Fred-o, on that - to pass that check, the Sun is at - will septend an arc of one-half degree in the AOT, so you can be two diameters off and still pass the check. Over.

072:37:59 LMP
Okay. It's a half a degree, and so we can be two Sun diameters off and still pass.

072:38:07 CC
That's affirmative. And we want you to maneuver with a DAP of 0.2 of a degree a second. Over.

072:38:19 LMP
Okay. You want us to use a DAP of 0.2.

072:38:24 CC
Okay. That DAP load, Fred-o, is 31120. Over. 03 00 38 38 IMP Okay. 31120.

072:38:41 CC
Roger. Now, if we pass that check, you can just terminate P52 right there, and we'll give you an attitude to go to a burn attitude, and from this we can get a star check. If you don't pass, we'd like you to do an alinement at 75 hours. And, if you're ready to copy, we have some Sun half-unit vectors and some Earth half-unit vectors at 75 hours. Over.

072:39:25 LMP
Stand by 1, Charlie.

072:40:00 CC
Okay. Go ahead for 75 hours - Sun and Earth half-unit vectors.

072:40:05 CC
Roger. First with the Sun; for X, plus 45483; for Y, plus 19053; for Zebra, plus 08262; Earth half-unit vector at 75 hours, plus 32120, minus 34155, minus 17370. Over.

072:40:56 LMP
Okay. Sun half-unit vectors: plus 45483, R2 plus 19053, R3 plus 08262; Earth half-unit vectors: Rl plus 32120, R2 minus 34155, R3 minus 17370.

072:41:24 CC
Roger, Fred-o. Good readback. Now, on the Earth, we estimate it - if you have to do this alinement, that the Earth will be about a 2-degree Earth. And it'll be approximately three-quarters lighted. Now, to mark on the Earth, we'd like you to take an imaginary line between the horns of the crescent and mark midway between the horns. Over.

072:42:00 LMP
Okay. We got a 2-degree Earth that's three- quarter lighted, and we're to imagine a line between the horns of the Earth and mark right in the center of that line.

072:42:14 CC
That's affirmative. Now, on - on this star check - correction, the Sun check, Fred, at - On the 5018, I got some FDAI angles for you if you're ready to copy. Over.

072:42:34 LMP
Okay. You're talking about the check at 74 hours GET, right?

072:42:39 CC
Roger. Okay. At 74 hours when you start this maneuver, the 5018 should look like of 2703 degrees, pitch R2 is 0903, and R3 of 2908. Over.

072:43:11 LMP
Okay. How about making those all five digit readouts; read them again, Charlie.

072:43:16 CC
Okay. Pardon me. It's 27030, 09030, 29080.

072:43:33 LMP
Okay. The 50l8 should look like plus 27030, R2 plus 09030, R3 plus 29080.

072:43:48 CC
Roger. That's good readback. Now, we got one more procedure for you; and, right now, we got the rendezvous radar stowed and we won't be able to see anything out of detent 2, so we'd like you to position the radar to 0283; and we have a procedure for that. And we'd like you to do that right before you get the attitude. Over.

072:44:22 LMP
Okay. Stand by.

072:44:45 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

072:44:47 CC
Stand by.

072:45:25 CC
Aquarius, Houston. On those 5018 angles we had at 74 hours, Fred, that was based on a VERB 49 to this attitude, and they will be incorrect for for the two axis maneuvers, so you can just scratch them. Over.

072:45:47 LMP
Okay. You're saying the angles you gave me for the 5018, that was for a VERB 49, so they won't be good for the 5018, and we should scratch them.

072:45:56 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. If you're ready to copy, I've got this rendezvous radar procedure. Over. 03 00 46 09 IMP Okay. Go ahead.

072:46:11 CC
Okay. It's about a 10-stepper, but real easy. Okay. On CB 16, EPS INVERTER 2, close. CB 11, AC BUS A BUS TIE INVERTER 2, close. Panel 14, verify INVERTER switch 2. CB 11 RENDEZVOUS RADAR 2, close. RENDEZVOUS RADAR, release. RENDEZVOUS RADAR to LGC on panel 3. Are you with me? Over.

072:47:26 LMP
Roger. I'm right up with you at step 6. Go ahead.

072:47:29 CC
Okay, Fred. Good show. Step 6: VERB 41 NOUN 72 ENTER, plus all balls, plus 28300. Step 7: Monitor movement with VERB 16 NOUN 72. Step 8: CB 11 RENDEZVOUS RADAR 2, open. Are you with me? Over.

072:48:13 LMP
Stand by 1. 03 00 48 28 IMP Okay. Go ahead now.

072:48:30 CC
Roger. Step 9 is a VERB 44. Step 10: CB 16, EPS INVERTER 2, open. Over.

072:48:53 LMP
Okay. I got it.

072:48:56 CC

072:48:57 LMP
Do you want me to read it back now?

072:48:58 CC
I got one more for you. You'll copy this and give me it all on the readback. Okay. Once you get the attitude and you want to use the - you want to get the AOT lamp, we got to go CB 16 EPS INVERTER 2, close; CB 11, AC BUS A AOT LAMP, close. After the P52, you can open CB l6 EPS INVERTER 2, and open CB 11 AC BUS A AOT LAMP and AC BUS A BUS TIE INVERTER 2. Over.

072:50:01 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

072:51:10 LMP
Okay. Let's see if I got it all. For rendezvous radar parking: first of all we want CB l6 EPS INVERTER 2, closed, CB 11 AC BUS A BUS TIE INVERTER 2, closed. Then on panel 14, verify INVERTER 2 selected. And CB 11 RENDEZVOUS RADAR 2 closed, both breakers. Then we are to pull the RENDEZVOUS RADAR RELEASE handle. On panel 3, we then want RENDEZVOUS RADAR to LGC. A VERB 41 NOUN 72 ENTER with plus all zips, plus 28300 in registers 1 and 2. GO on that. Then we monitor movement with the 16 72. After it gets parked, CB 11 RENDEZVOUS RADAR 2 open, followed by VERB 44 ENTER. And CB l6 EPS INVERTER 2 open. Now, when it comes time for the alinement to get an AOT lamp, CB 16, EPS INVERTER 2 closed, CB 11 AC BUS A AOT LAMP closed, and after the alinement is completed at CB 16, EPS INVERTER 2 open, CB 11 AC BUS A AOT LAMP open, CB 11 AC BUS A BUS TIE INVERTER 2 open.

072:52:54 CC
Good readback, Aquarius. We'll - To get those needles on the VERB 62, we got to power up the commander's FDAI. We'll have that procedure for you shortly. Over.

072:53:11 LMP

072:53:29 CDR
Charlie, Jim here.

072:53:32 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

072:53:36 CDR
Have you run a Earth set alinement in the simula- tor with a docked configuration?

072:53:43 CC
Is the question, "Have we run a - an alinement in the docked configuration?" That is affirmative.

072:53:54 CDR
Okay. Did you have any trouble controlling the vehicle, and what techniques did you use?

072:54:02 CC
Briefly, to control pitch and roll, use the TTCA, as we've practiced; for yaw you can use the ACA. Over.

072:54:24 CDR
Okay. You have no special techniques going back and forth between the yaw and the X and Y lines. Over.

072:54:33 CC
Not right now, Jim. Dave Scott's been running these things and we'll get them up to you shortly. Over.

072:54:43 CDR

072:54:44 CC
We think the alinement's going to be okay, so we don't have to do this P52 fullup alinement. We think the check is going to be okay. Like to remind you since you are in ATT - if check does not pass, since you are in attitude for the Sun, that we'd - We want the Sun half-unit vectors first. Over.

072:55:07 CDR
Roger. Understand.

072:56:14 CDR
Okay, Houston. It's been over an hour since we did our last PTC. You want us to do another one now?

072:56:22 CC
Stand by 1. Over.

072:57:09 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'd like you to go ahead and yaw 90 for the PTC. Keep a close eye out on your middle gimbal angle. You're about 30 degrees from gimbal lock, and we'll call you an OMNI switch halfway through the maneuver. Over.

072:57:30 CDR

072:59:27 LMP
Okay. And, Houston, Aquarius. You might know when you've had enough ranging so we can get the power amp back off again.

072:59:36 CC
Roger, Fred-o. We got one more procedure, and we can shut it down, and that's to get the needles and the FDAI for this maneuver. That 5Ol8 could take you to gimbal lock, and we think it's a good idea to power up the commander's ball. We've got a four-stepper, if you're ready to copy. Over.

073:00:15 LMP
Okay, Go ahead.

073:00:16 CC
Okay. Verify that you got AC power, in other words, the INVERTER 2 selected and the BUS TIE INVERTER 2 AC BUS A closed. We'll be under FLIGHT DISPLAYS, CASTA closed, commander FDAI, closed. On the AC BUS A, CBs GASTA closed, COMMANDER FDAI closed. Over.

073:01:04 LMP
Okay. It's verify we have AC, which is panel 16 INVERTER 2 closed. CB INVERTER 2 closed. Then on panel 11 under FLIGHT DISPLAYS, we want the CASTA and the COMMANDER'S FDAI breakers closed. Also under panel 11, AC BUS A CASTA and COMMANDER'S FDAI breakers closed.

073:01:25 CC
That's affirmative. Over.

073:02:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston. After the OMNI switch, we would like you to get the ranging off, the VOICE switch to DOWN VOICE BACKUP, and the POWER AMP CB on l6 open. Over.

073:02:31 LMP
Okay. After the OMNI switch, we'll get the POWER AMP off and go back to DOWN VOICE BACKUP FTA and the RANGING off. It's your call.

073:02:43 CC
Roger. Stand by.

073:02:55 CC
Fred-o, we got about 2 minutes to the OMNI switch. You can go ahead and power the RANGING down and and the DOWN VOICE BACKUP, and we'll give you a call on OMNI switch. Over.

073:03:09 LMP

073:03:19 LMP
How do you read Aquarius now on DOWN VOICE BACKUP?

073:03:24 CC
Roger, Aquarius. We are reading you about the same, about 2-by.

073:03:34 LMP

073:04:16 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Select FORWARD OMNI. Over.

073:04:26 LMP

073:04:28 CC

073:08:55 LMP
Do you read down there, Houston?

073:09:03 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. We read you weakly. Go ahead. 03 01 09 11 IMP Okay. Vance, if Buzz or Neil are around you might ask them if they had to use the AOT lamps to shoot the Sun like they did on 11.

073:09:25 CDR
Well, Where's the ...

073:09:34 LMP
Right down below me here?

073:09:37 CC
Fred, breaking in. You're very weak. Understand if Buzz or Neil are down here, you'd like to ask them if they used the AOT lamp to what? Over.

073:09:52 CDR
To see the Sun, Vance. It might be possible to see the reticle without even having the light on.

073:09:58 CC
Oh, I see. See if it's possible to see the reticle without the light on. Okay. We'll make a check. And one other thing, you might move that rendezvous radar antenna to park any time now. You can start any time you want.

073:10:19 CDR
Okay. 03 01 10 30 IMP ... it's out of the way.

073:10:54 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

073:11:01 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

073:11:03 CC
Jim, Neil is here. He advises that you will not need the lamp on for the Sun check but that you will need it on for the Earth check. Over.

073:11:18 CDR

073:11:32 LMP
Okay. Let's park the radar. Are you ready?

073:11:35 CDR
Okay. Let me - First of all, let me see how we're doing here. That's going down. That's better. That's coming up. That's right. Let's - Okay. Let's park the radar. How - How long is it going to take?

073:11:48 LMP
Not too long. Okay, INVERTER 2 ... Here, hold the light for me, Jim. Right here on the ... panel. Hold it still. ... AC BUS A BUS TIE.

073:12:13 CDR

073:12:14 LMP

073:12:15 CDR
Okay. 03 01 12 17 IMP BUS TIE INVERTER 2.

073:12:18 CDR

073:12:22 LMP
Okay. Panel 16 verify and select INVERTER 2.

073:12:28 CDR

073:12:31 LMP
Okay. On CB 11, give me the RENDEZVOUS RADAR breakers, with 30-second spread.

073:12:37 CDR
Okay. ... at 15, I ... 03 01 12 45 IMP Okay. ... 30 seconds.

073:12:48 CDR
Okay. Go ahead.

073:12:50 LMP

073:13:16 LMP
Okay. Thirty seconds. AC breaker.

073:13:19 CDR
Okay. Got a big dip. 03 01 13 21 IMP Okay. Reach up here and give me the ... panel

073:13:24 CDR
Okay. She's pulled. 03 01 13 33 IMP Okay. Panel 3, check the LGC.

073:13:36 CDR
LGC. 03 01 13 37 IMP Okay. Give me a VERB 41 NOUN 72.

073:13:40 CDR
Still going good, right?

073:13:46 LMP
Okay. And they're all zips, 28300.

073:13:55 CDR

073:13:56 LMP

073:13:57 LMP
... 16 72 ...

073:14:14 CDR
It's going now. ... signal light. 03 01 14 15 IMP Right.

073:14:23 CDR
... is running away. Docking light. 03 01 14 26 IMP What?

073:14:27 CDR
Command module docking light. Okay. You got them. They're in.

073:14:41 LMP
Okay. Two RENDEZVOUS RADAR breakers, pull them. 03 01 14 49 CDR 03 01 14 55 IMP CB 16 INVERTER 2 open.

073:15:02 CDR

073:15:10 CDR
You know that light on the command module ... ?

073:15:43 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

073:15:46 CDR
... get that thing ...

073:15:51 CC
Roger. One correction. We think that the cheapest way for you to maneuver to change attitude is with minimum pulse ACA. That's to do the star mark.

073:16:10 CDR
We had - Okay. As soon as possible we'll get that star data ... we can get to maneuver attitude by using TTCA.

073:16:23 CC

073:16:25 CDR
And, just out of curiosity, we got rid of the radar very nicely. It's hanging right in the middle of the - the forward digit is the docking light on the command module. Can you believe that? I don't think it will hurt our Sun check, but it'll sure make P52 ...

073:16:53 CC
Sorry, Jim, but we are only reading you about 1 by 1.

073:16:56 LMP
Look at that big ... out there.

073:17:04 CDR
... out there.

073:18:21 CDR
It looks like a piece of wrapping for ... line.

073:18:49 CDR
You're watching that. Right?

073:19:52 CDR
It's going to get smaller before it gets larger.

073:21:10 CDR
Okay. I guess they can close it.

073:22:03 CDR
Okay. Did you read your figures ...?

073:22:06 LMP

073:22:07 CDR

073:22:45 CDR
Okay. ... P22. What's our next time line?

073:22:50 LMP
... about 73:30 ...

073:23:56 CDR
Did you get that or did he give it to you? 03 01 23 58 IMP He gave it to me.

073:24:01 CDR
Okay. Because I thought he said 2 degrees per second. Like to check on that.

073:24:09 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

073:24:11 CC
Go ahead, Fred.

073:24:16 LMP
Okay. Jim thinks he heard something different than I copied on the DAP load. Is REGISTER 1 supposed to be 31120?

073:24:32 CC
That's correct, Fred. That was to be 31120.

073:24:40 CDR

073:24:41 LMP

073:24:47 CDR
And, Houston, how do you want us to ...

073:25:13 CDR
... 3, 2, C and D, 2, 2, 0, ... Okay. We're at high bit rate.

073:25:53 LMP
Okay. ... give ... a call.

073:26:01 CDR
Well, they probably don't know what to do there.

073:26:06 CDR
Okay. And, Houston; Vance.

073:26:09 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

073:26:13 CDR
Just want to get a time check with you. When do you want us to start powering up the ball? We just got to out PTC attitude.

073:26:21 CC
Understand you'd like to know when to power up the -

073:26:24 CDR
We think to take about 15 - - 03 01 26 25 LMP

073:26:29 LMP
Yes. The ball inside the maneuver, we think it will take us about 15 minutes to get there. We'd like you to confirm that.

073:26:40 CC
Standby 1.

073:26:54 LMP
... god damn ...

073:27:28 CDR
What would that take to use . .. use the command module or what? To load the PLSS ... 03 01 27 30 LMP Let's see, about 10 or 11 ...

073:31:29 CDR
When is that Sun check time supposed to take place?

073:31:32 LMP
74 hours 29 minutes ...

073:31:40 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. I'd just like to do the little Sun check. Do you want me to do it now?

073:31:45 CC
Jim, Roger. We just came up with a maneuver time of approximately 15 minutes, so if you start any time between now and about the next 2 minutes it would get you into attitude by 73:15. Over.

073:32:06 CDR
Roger. We'll start the maneuver at this time. Okay. Let's go. 03 01 32 12 IMP Okay. SPS ... - -

073:32:13 CDR
If we don't keep working, we'll never develop it.

073:32:29 LMP
... now. Power up your FDI.

073:32:31 CDR
All right.

073:32:34 LMP
Okay. Give me 16 ... Apparently. ... panel 11 ... 03 01 32 42 Yes. 03 0132 43 IMP ...GASTA. 03 01 32 45 cm Okay. 03 01 32 47 IMP And COMMANDER FDI.

073:32:49 CDR

073:32:51 LMP
And on your Ha, yaw right side, lift main line

073:33:01 CDR
Okay. 03 01 33 04 IMP Now ... 30 second ... Okay. Now let's get ready to run this back. ...

073:33:16 CDR

073:33:26 CDR
Okay. DEADBAND OPTION. 03 01 33 48 LMP Okay

073:34:04 LMP
Okay ... on this ... vector. Okay, Rl plus 45498 ... Okay, plus 190 plus 08256. Okay, now we show zips ... Okay. VERB 62 ENTER. Okay. ... and the main ... in AUTO

073:36:09 CDR
Houston, are you monitoring our P52 technique?

073:36:20 CC
- - Apollo 13- -

073:36:24 CDR
Roll, yaw, roll, pitch, and yaw.

073:36:29 CC
Jim, that's negative. We don't have any data on you. Low bit rate.

073:36:36 CC
We don't have high bit rate.

073:36:49 LMP
Houston, do you read Aquarius?

073:36:51 CC
Roger. Reading you, Fred. Go ahead.

073:37:05 CC
Go ahead. Houston is reading you.

073:37:06 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

073:37:08 CC
Reading you loud and clear. Go ahead.

073:37:14 CDR
Are you monitoring our P52 technique?

073:37:19 CC
That's negative, Jim. We do not have high bit rate data on you now. Over.

073:37:28 CDR
Okay. Thank you.

073:37:30 CC

073:37:33 LMP
And be advised, Vance, that we are getting several echos in our C0MM downlink here.

073:37:42 CC
Roger. We'll check into it.

073:37:58 CDR
... ... and ... alinement.

073:38:04 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

073:38:11 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

073:38:12 CC
Jim, request you give us high bit rate now. We might be able to fix you up on the 120 antenna.

073:38:21 CDR
Okay. High bit rate.

073:38:25 CC

073:39:10 LMP
And, zero, zero, zero.

073:39:15 CDR

073:39:20 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

073:39:26 LMP
Go ahead.

073:39:27 CC
Fred, we can't lock up on your high bit rate. Request you go back low bit rate.

073:39:36 LMP
Hey, we lost you there, Vance.

073:39:39 CC
Roger. Advise, we are not locking up on your high bit rate, so you can go back low bit rate. Over.

073:39:49 LMP
Low bit rate.

073:41:14 LMP
Right here, Jim. There it is. Looks like it ...

073:41:25 CDR
I don't have all the confidence in the world in this Earth-Sun P52.

073:42:18 CDR
You know how many times I screwed up on my arithmetic.

073:42:24 LMP
Yes. Don't count your chickens before they hatch.

073:42:28 CDR
Listen, I'm not.

073:42:40 CDR
We're ... going to be two diameters out, huh?

073:42:42 LMP

073:42:43 CDR
Okay. Tell me what that technique is to get the lamp on, in case I don't see it.

073:42:48 LMP
They'll have to give you AC again and you punch in your breaker - Well, let's see - I've still got Hp on for the FDIs, so you're in business now. All you need is the lamp breaker, the AC BUS A AOT lamp breaker, that is.

073:43:57 CDR
Let me know when these start going. There's the Sun. Give me the - Give me the AOT.

073:44:08 LMP

073:44:09 CDR
Never mind. I don't need it. Go ahead. I got it. Never mind.

073:44:16 LMP
Reticle brightness, want it up? Got the reticle?

073:44:19 CDR
I got the reticle ...

073:44:29 LMP
... Call it. Jack; you can see it better. 03 01 44 33 CMP

073:44:35 CDR
Okay. 03 01 44 37 LMP

073:44:52 CDR
... we got it a great big one.

073:45:00 LMP
Yes. I show it about maybe a third of a diameter to the left.

073:45:11 CDR
Okay. Take a look.

073:45:14 LMP
Check your needles. You're off in roll, Jim.

073:45:32 LMP
Pitch and yaw are in, but we're off in your roll needle. Better get that ...

073:45:41 CDR
Okay. It brings it in. Say when.

073:46:05 CDR
Okay. We got it. I think we got it. What diameter was it?

073:46:16 LMP
Yes. It's coming back in. Just a second.

073:46:25 CDR
Yes, yaw's corning back in.

073:46:40 CDR
Just about it.

073:46:44 LMP
Okay. Yaw is in ...

073:46:46 CDR
What have you got?

073:46:47 LMP
... upper right comer of the Sun.

073:46:52 CDR
We've got it.

073:46:59 LMP
You're hot ...

073:46:59 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

073:47:01 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

073:47:05 CDR
Okay. It looks like the Sun check passes.

073:47:10 CC
We understand it checks out. We're kind of glad to hear that.

073:47:17 CDR
It's not quite centered, but it's about a diameter, a little bit less than a diameter, just to one side.

073:47:24 CC
Sounds good.

073:47:31 CDR
Now. Let's get the AOT lamp on.

073:47:34 LMP
Okay, Jim.

073:47:36 CDR
Which ... to get the AOT lamp on?

073:47:38 LMP
Okay. Pull the - your AOT lamp breaker.

073:47:44 CDR
Got it.

073:47:45 LMP
Okay. And, Houston, can we proceed with our powerdown now? Getting the ball back off and AOT lamp, et cetera, AC secured.

073:47:57 CC
Stand by on that one for a minute, Fred.

073:48:00 LMP
- - the ball ... get back to - Okay. What we'd like now, I guess, is the next attitude to go to, Vance, and we will work on getting there while we still have the ball.

073:48:21 CC
Roger. We copy.

073:48:24 CDR

073:49:04 CDR
Okay. Seventy-four hours.

073:49:14 LMP
Yes. We're not there yet, really. I've got 11 minutes to check ... out.

073:50:05 LMP
Yes. Bring your ... down.

073:50:57 LMP
Get set. Keep ... It's better in here. Slow now ...

073:51:31 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

073:51:36 CDR
Go ahead.

073:51:38 CC
Jim, in a moment we will have an attitude for you to go to, and recommend that you keep your FDI up while maneuvering to that attitude. After you get there, then ve will have you widen the deadband and eventually go into a PTC about the bum attitude.

073:52:05 CDR
You were cut off slightly, Vance.

073:52:08 CC
Roger. We will have an attitude for you to maneuver to in a moment. And you should leave your FDI up for that. The attitude is as follows if you are ready to copy. Over.

073:52:26 CDR
Got the book.

073:52:32 LMP
Go ahead, Vance.

073:52:53 CC
Okay. This is FDAI attitudes for the maneuver. Yaw 060 degrees, pitch 083 degress, roll 272 degrees .

073:52:59 CDR
Let's not read that in the Rl, R2. I don't want VERB 69 twice. I want VERB 49, 58g's so I can fly the needle.

073:53:18 CC
Jim. Those are not VERB 49 angles. Those are strictly FDAI attitudes. Over.

073:53:30 CDR
Okay. I understand, Vance. It's much easier if the ball is up to fly the needles; that gives me a drift of VERB 49, 58g maneuver. We could fly that manually.

073:53:50 CC
Stand by. We'll try to get you a VERB 49 angle.

073:54:06 LMP
Flying on maneuvers.

073:54:08 CDR

073:54:50 CDR
On that last check, what did it look like?

073:54:57 LMP
... ... ...

073:56:20 CDR
This is the first three-man LM we've had.

073:56:25 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

073:56:26 LMP
And, Vance, which - What hack you got now on GET?

073:56:33 CC
Okay. Standby on that, Fred. First, let me read up your VERB 49 attitude, if you are ready to copy.

073:56:45 LMP
Go ahead.

073:56:46 CC
Okay. Yaw 27100, pitch 35500, roll 33000. Over.

073:57:05 CDR
Ask him if you keep it in AUTO maneuver there.

073:57:09 LMP
Okay. VERB 49, yaw plus 27100, pitch plus 35500, roll plus 33000. And do you think it's cheaper to manually make that maneuver or take the 0.2- degree range and go in AUTO maneuver?

073:57:50 CC
Fred, we're recommending AUTO maneuver. Over.

073:57:57 LMP
Okay. AUTO maneuver, and could you give me a GET right now.

073:58:04 CC
Okay. I understand you want GET of the burn. Stand by 1.

073:58:10 LMP
That's negative, Vance. What is you clock reading right now?

073:58:14 CC
Okay. When I give you a hack, it will be 73:59, and that's about 40 seconds away.

073:58:27 LMP
Okay. I think we will make one last check there with the half-unit vectors for 74 hours before we leave this attitude.

073:58:36 CC
Okay. And I'm going to calculate in the 2 sec- onds in giving you the time hack coming up on 73:59:00 when I give the mark. Okay. Stand by.

073:58:59 CC

073:59:06 LMP
Looked good.

073:59:09 CC
Okay. I understand you got it.

073:59:11 LMP
You want me to PROCEED one more time on that, Jack?

073:59:15 CMP
Roger. Yes, go ahead.

073:59:45 CDR
Oh, it's on; it's a center.

073:59:56 CDR
That's it, she's right on still. Okay. I have, too. That's better than I expected.

074:00:05 LMP
Okay. Let's do a VERB 74 and get out of here.

074:00:12 CDR
If we can. Go to P00? Okay. I'm going to go to -

074:00:19 LMP

074:00:31 LMP
737100. Roger. 35500, plus 33000. ...

074:00:52 CDR
Okay. That's - -

074:00:56 LMP
Yaw, pitch, and roll.

074:01:01 CDR
Let me see. No, that's yaw, pitch, and - Okay. Everything's That's roll, pitch, and yaw.

074:01:29 LMP
Roll, pitch, and yaw.

074:01:32 CDR
Everything ... yaw.

074:01:46 CDR
The roll's going to be down here, but the yaw will be off the bellyband. ... procedure, or don't you have a procedure?

074:02:08 CDR
Roll, pitch, and yaw, but drift's the one. That would be gimbal lock if it wasn't for being off ...

074:02:32 CDR
And, Houston, I see that this maneuver gives us a roll of 27172, a pitch of 08301. Is that what they gave us?

074:02:47 CC
This is Houston. Please repeat.

074:02:55 CDR
Houston, did you give us VERB 49 in yaw, pitch, and roll, or register 1, 2, and 3?

074:03:03 CC
We gave it as yaw, pitch, and roll.

074:03:09 CDR
Okay. We wrote it as roll, pitch, and yaw.

074:03:23 CC
Okay, Jim. We read it to you as yaw, pitch, and roll, and we should have given it to you registers 1, 2, and 3; but we did not. So register 1 is 33000, register 2 is 35500, and register 3 is 27100.

074:03:52 LMP
Okay, Vance. Register 1 will be 33000, register 2 35500, register 3 27100.

074:04:05 CC
Hey, Fred? Stand by on that.

074:04:11 LMP
Okay. Plus 27100. Okay. Stand by. Right now you can enter ...

074:04:43 CC
Okay. Apollo 13, Houston.

074:04:49 CDR
Go ahead.

074:04:51 CC
Okay, Jim. We sorted it out, and it is correct the way we gave you the first time. So, Rl 27100, and in the LM, that's yaw; R2 35500, and that's pitch; R3 33000, and that's roll in the LM. Over.

074:05:24 CDR
I agree with you. Okay. 5018, it's there, and 5018, and that's what it will be. Okay.

074:05:32 CC
That's right. That's VERB 49.

074:05:46 CMP
There are 25. 25, ENTER.

074:05:51 CMP
Okay. Plus 27100, plus 35500, plus 33000.

074:06:07 LMP

074:06:57 LMP
So far we're ... what can we do about it?

074:07:48 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. You better watch that middle gimbal. Over.

074:07:56 LMP
Roger. We're watching that middle gimbal. We have as a roll, 27172. Our yaw is - that's register 3 - 3300. How did we get this?

074:08:36 CC
And, Apollo 13. We have a procedure for you describing how to widen the deadband to 5 degrees later on. But stand by for that.

074:08:51 CC
Apollo 13, you're heading for gimbal lock. You better stop everything.

074:09:01 LMP
Yes, we're back in ATT HOLD now. We're trying to stop it.

074:09:04 CC

074:09:09 CDR
I'm going to roll it.

074:09:25 LMP
Can you give it a roll up now, Jim?

074:09:27 CDR

074:09:39 CDR
I don't understand why we got that.

074:10:30 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. It looks like VERB 49 maneuver will just take you right through there. You're going to have to go around it. Over.

074:10:41 CDR
Okay. That's what we're in the process of doing.

074:10:43 CC
Si, si.

074:10:47 LMP
We're manually working our way around it, Vance.

074:10:53 CC

074:10:54 CDR
Pitch is 083.

074:11:02 CDR
How do I work my way around it? I'm 58g's, and I want yaw 231, right? I think they screwed up on our - our numbers again.

074:11:26 LMP
Zero out the needles; we're heading that way, and then we'll stop and talk about it.

074:11:53 CDR
No. Pitch is 83. Pitch should be up here. What's the number, 552?

074:12:11 LMP
Pitch should be 83 degrees. ...

074:12:24 CDR
Roll 232; that's a long way to roll, ... yaw is 62 ...

074:12:30 LMP

074:13:20 CDR
... roll. 03 02 13 28 LMP

074:13:44 CDR
Okay. What's that read; there's 180.

074:13:57 LMP

074:14:04 CDR
... is over here. Houston, 13.

074:14:10 CC
Go ahead, 13.

074:14:15 CDR
There's something screwed up on our bum attitude. We're not getting the proper readings on the ball and the needles are centered. I'm not too sure what's wrong. Let's go through this procedure again.

074:14:30 CC
Okay. Standby 1. Let us look at it.

074:14:31 LMP
- - angles you gave us, Vance, aren't correlating the VERB 49 numbers.

074:14:38 CC
Okay. We'll check into it.

074:14:53 CDR
We know the ball is good. Why don't we just get a 40?

074:15:38 LMP
You better watch out; it's heading that way.

074:15:50 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

074:15:56 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

074:15:57 CC
Okay, Jim. To answer your last question, do you have PGNS checklist page 57 handy?

074:16:09 CDR
Right, we do. I'll check it.

074:16:12 CC
As soon as you open up to that, I'll explain it.

074:16:40 LMP
Okay. Go ahead, Vance.

074:16:42 CC
Okay. Under VERB 49, crew-defined maneuver, the flashing 0622 are the angles that we gave you that were loaded. The flashing 50l8 actually represents FDAI angles, and so what you read on 5018 should - -

074:17:05 LMP
Right, I understand.

074:17:06 CC
- - should not correspond with NOUN 22.

074:17:13 LMP
Yes. We appreciate that, Vance. It's just that right now we're trying to follow center needles that appear to be possibly taking us away from the place we know we want to be in the ball.

074:17:34 CC
Okay. You're tending toward the gimbal lock area again. Heads up.

074:17:42 LMP

074:18:00 CDR
There's our 83. - -

074:18:36 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

074:18:41 SC
Go ahead.

074:18:43 CC
13, request you put in the POWER AMPL circuit breakers so that we can take a lock at your angles.

074:18:54 LMP
You got it.

074:18:56 CC
Thank you. And now high bit rate.

074:19:47 CC
Okay, 13; we're getting your high bit rate now and taking a look at your angles.

074:23:01 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

074:23:11 CDR
Go ahead.

074:23:12 CC
Okay, Jim, we just took a look at your angles, and you're looking good here. Your PGNS is looking good. We can't yet explain the attitude error needle thing, but I suggest you continue on in your maneuver.

074:23:32 CDR
Roger. Okay. We've just about got roll.

074:26:41 CC
13, Houston. We see you now in the AUTO maneuver. How are your error needles looking now?

074:26:50 CDR
Okay. They look like they are working their way in, Vance.

074:26:54 CC
Okay. You think maybe they are working right now?

074:27:00 CDR
Yes. Because we got a 270-degree roll, our pitch and yaw needles are reversed.

074:27:06 CC

074:27:22 LMP
Say, how do you read, Vance?

074:27:28 CC
Fred, you are starting to fade out. Request AFT OMNI, OMNI AFT.

074:27:37 LMP
Okay. You've got AFT OMNI.

074:27:39 CC
Thank you.

074:28:34 CC
13, Houston.

074:28:53 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. We appear to be there - at the burn attitude. And now do you want us to change the DAP?

074:29:01 CC
Roger, Jim. We have a procedure to give you for widening the deadband to 5 degrees for the PTC in the next 3 or 4 hours, if you're ready to copy.

074:29:13 CDR
Okay, stand by.

074:29:29 CDR
Go ahead.

074:29:30 CC
Okay. VERB 21, NOUN Ol, ENTER; 30ll, ENTER; 44, ENTER. Now, that's the procedure for widening the deadband to 5 degrees with the DAP. Later on, prior to the burn, you would return the deadband to 1.4 degrees, and if you're ready to copy, I'll read you that.

074:30:11 CDR
Stand by.

074:30:13 CC

074:30:38 CDR
Go ahead.

074:30:40 CC
Okay. To return the deadband later to 1.4 degrees: VERB 21, NOUN 01, ENTER; 3011, ENTER; 200, ENTER. Over.

074:31:03 LMP
Okay, Vance. To widen the deadband, we'll enter a VERB 21, NOUN 01, ENTER; 3011, ENTER; 44, ENTER. Before the bum to go back to narrow deadband, it's VERB 21, NOUN 01, ENTER; 3011, ENTER; 200, ENTER.

074:31:22 CC
Roger. Readback correct.

074:32:30 CDR
And, Houston, I'll guess we'll do this PTC in yaw, and do you want them all powered down?

074:32:45 CC
Stand by.

074:33:06 CC
Okay, Apollo 13. Over.

074:33:11 CDR
Go ahead.

074:33:13 CC
Okay, that's affirm. You'll be doing the PTC in yaw, and we'll give you a call at each time you change yaw - yaw attitude. Aside from that, request low bit rate off; then DOWN VOICE BACKUP OFF; then POWER AMPL OFF; and then FDA OFF.

074:33:42 LMP
Okay, Vance. On the power down, we go low bit rate; DOWN VOICE BACKUP, we'll pull the POWER AMPL breaker; and we'll power down the FDI and the AC.

074:33:55 CC
That's affirm. And the A0T, too.

074:34:59 CDR
Okay, arc you all set for old a -

074:35:02 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read DOWN VOICE BACKUP?

074:35:07 CC
Reading you loud - loud and clear now, Fred.

074:35:13 LMP

074:35:18 CDR
Oh, Vance, do you want to stay in this attitude for a certain length of time before we start maneuvering?

074:35:26 CC
Roger. Jim, we'll keep you there for about an hour, and then we'll have our first 90-degree rotation.

074:35:36 CDR
Okay. How wide do I make the deadband?

074:35:52 CC
Say again.

074:37:15 CDR
... the other OMNI's in.

074:37:27 LMP
Yes. My forward OMNI is in.

074:37:29 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Forward OMNI should be best. 03 02 37 36 IMP We're there.

074:39:14 CDR
I don't see why the hell he ...

074:39:19 LMP
I know. I don't know. I don't know where that 5 degrees .'..

074:39:40 CMP
Cut it. 03 02 39 48 CDR

074:40:24 CDR
Oh-h. — that thing against the ...

074:42:15 CDR
I'm just going to try and close my eyes for a little.

074:42:19 LMP
Go ahead.

074:50:32 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

074:50:37 LMP
Go ahead.

074:50:39 CC
Fred, one - one point on the PTC requests that, about an hour or less from now when you make your 90-degree change, that you do it in PGNS AUTO as opposed to ATT HOLD. Reason is that if you're in ATT HOLD, it establishes a new null point each time you stop the - the maneuver. Over.

074:51:10 LMP
Okay. You want us to make the maneuver with PGNS AUTO rather than the PGNS ATT HOLD. Is that right?

074:51:18 CC
Yes. That's correct.

074:51:33 CC
And, Fred, advise that it - it is a manual maneuver.

074:51:53 CC
13, Houston. You'd be using X-axis override. It will be a manual maneuver, but with the PGNS AUTO mode. 03 02 52 07 IMP Okay.

074:52:10 CC
And if you're ready to copy, Charlie is going to be on in a minute with some recommended checklist changes for your upcoming burn. Over.

074:52:25 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

074:52:26 CDR
I'm going to erase this.

074:53:19 CC
Hello, Aquarius; Houston. Do you read? Over. 03 02 53 28 IMP Yes. Stand by 1 ...

074:53:48 LMP
Okay. Which book are you going to give me some words in, Charlie?

074:54:04 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. Which book do you want us to have out? ... contingency ...?

074:54:16 CC
Houston. This is Houston, Aquarius. Say again. Over.

074:54:23 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. Which book do you want me to update here, Charlie, the contingency QR DPS?

074:54:38 CC
Okay, Fred-o, we'd like you to get out the contingency checklist; turn to page 1, the 2-hour activation. Over.

074:54:51 LMP
Okay. I'm right there.

074:54:54 CC
Okay. On page 1, the only thing we have to do is EPS Activation, step 2, CB(l6) EPS: DISPLAY, CLOSE. Over.

074:55:18 LMP
Okay. On page 1, we need EPS DISPLAY, CLOSE, under EPS Activation, step 2.

074:55:27 CC
Okay. Turning over to page 2, we'd like you to complete step 5 and step 6 with the following changes. POWER/TEMP MONITOR, AC BUS, INVERTER 2, then INVERTER 1. Fourth line CB(ll), EPS: INVERTER 2, OPEN. Over.

074:56:08 LMP
Okay, on step number - or page 2, we should do step 5 and modify step 6 second line to read INVERTER 2, then INVERTER 1, to the last line of step 6 CB(ll), EPS INVERTER 2, OPEN.

074:56:30 CC
Okay. That will be on CB(16), Fred-o, but it's INVERTER 2 OPEN. Okay, on the Mission Timer Activation. Do step 1, correction, lines 1 and 2. Omit "set mission timer on CSM mark" and insert a VERB l6, NOUN 65, set mission timer. Over.

074:57:04 LMP
Okay. We'll do the Mission Timer Activation except we'll set it on VERB 16, NOUN 65.

074:57:11 CC
Okay. Proceeding on to step, correction, page 3, CWEA checkout. Step 1, perform step 1. Warning lights will be ASCENT PRESS, CES AC, and CES DC. Under the caution lights, we may have a heater light. And that's all. Okay, perform - under the circuit breaker l6 - -

074:57:46 LMP
I can't understand you. I'll switch OMNIs.

074:57:49 CC
Say again. Over.

074:57:54 LMP
I'm going to switch to OMNIs here, Charlie, you're starting to fade out.

074:58:00 CC
Understand. Switching OMNIs. Over.

074:58:02 LMP
Okay. How do you read? ..., how do you read me now?

074:58:08 CC
Okay, you're a little better. How me? Over.

074:58:14 LMP
Okay, Houston. Coming in loud and clear. I got your caution/warning checkout, step 1, do; the warning lights we'll have will be ASCENT PRESS, CES AC, CES DC The only caution lights we may have will be a heater light and go ahead and proceed from there.

074:58:32 CC
Okay, good. The component light, we won't have the H2O SEP. Okay, on CB(l6) right under that, "HEATER DISPLAY, CLOSE," you can scratch that out. Perform all of step 2 and perform step 4 with the following changes. On panel 11, under AC BUS B, are you ready to copy? Over.

074:59:09 LMP
Go ahead.

074:59:10 CC

075:00:37 LMP
Yes. I'm still with you, Charlie; go ahead.

075:00:39 CC

075:01:35 LMP
Okay, stand by just 1.

075:02:01 LMP

075:03:19 CC
Roger, Fred. Good readback. Starting with panel 16. Under FLIGHT DISPLAYS, row 1: SE CROSS-POINTERS, OPEN; RCS SYSTEM Bravo - QUAD l TCA's, CLOSE; QUAD 2, CLOSE; QUAD 3, CLOSE; QUAD 4, CLOSE. Second row, under LIGHTING: FLOOD is your choice. You can either use them or not. Under ED: LOGIC POWER Bravo, OPEN; ECS: SUIT FLOW CONTROL, OPEN. Third row, under COMM: DISPLAY, OPEN; VHF A TRANSMITTER, OPEN; VHF B RECEIVER, OPEN; S-BAND ANTENNA, OPEN. Fourth row, under HEATERS: DISPLAY, OPEN; under EPS: INVERTER 2, OPEN. And that's it. Readback. Over.

075:04:52 LMP

075:05:34 CC
Roger. Good readback. Okay, continuing on. Nothing on page 6; nothing on page 7. Nothing on page 8 or 9. Nothing on page 10 or 11. On page 12, we want the - to perform

075:05:59 LMP
Hold it. Hold on just a minute, Charlie.

075:06:01 CC

075:06:18 LMP
Okay. Go ahead, page 12. I'm there.

075:06:21 CC
Okay Fred-o. On page 12, we want the MSFN updates. We've got some vectors for you and a P30 pad. And we'll - when you get to that state, we'll let you know when we want to uplink. Okay. Under "AGS Activation and Self Test," perform the entire procedure. On page 13, under "AGS Aline," do step 1; under "DAP Set, Gimbal/ Throttle Test," do step 1 with the following change. Under "THROTTLE CONTROL," we want it "AUTO." Over.

075:07:13 LMP
Okay. I'll catch up here. On page 12, you'll give us MSFN updatess some vectors, and a P30; and we're to do the entire "AGS Activation and Self Test." On page 13, we'll do the "AGS Align" and under "DAP Set, Gimbal/Throttle Test," step 1, I've changed "THROTTLE CONTROL MANUAL" to "THROTTLE CONTROL AUTO."

075:07:43 CC
Good readback. Turning over to page 14, step 2, we want you to change the DAP NOUN 46 to 31021. Then after the NOUN 47, insert "VERB 34, ENTER." Over.

075:08:15 LMP
Okay. On page 14, a VERB 48, DAP load, NOUN 46 changed to 31021. I assume you will give us any updated weights if we need any, and after the NOUN 47, a "VERB 34, ENTER." So, I - you're saying our gimbals look all right.

075:08:35 CC
That's affirmative on the gimbals, Fred. Nothing else on page 14. Proceed to page 15, and under "RCS CHECKOUT," we'd like to scratch that wording and just say "Verify the following switches: GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS;" step 3 - correction - it's line 3, change "ATTITUDE CONTROL (3)" to "MODE CONTROL;" "MODE CONTROL (BOTH)" to "AUTO." Verify ACA PROP, LMP ENABLE; ACA/4 JET, LMP ENABLE; TTCA/TRANSLATION, LMP, ENABLE. That is all on page 15. Over.

075:09:45 LMP
Okay. On page 15, we'll change the heading "RCS CHECKOUT" to "Verify following switches," and those switches are "GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS;" third line, "ATTITUDE CONTROL (3)" to "MODE CONTROL" now; and then "MODE CONTROL (BOTH)" to "AUTO" and ACA PROP, LMP ENABLE; ACA/4 JET, LMP ENABLE; and TTCA/TRANSLATION, LMP ENABLE.

075:10:11 CC
Roger. Now stand by 1.

075:10:17 CDR
Okay. Hand me the eyepiece. I got Scorpio. 03 03 10 22 IMP You have?

075:10:23 CDR
Yes. And Antares. )

075:10:30 LMP
Where's the other one? I'll put it back in here.

075:10:32 CC
Hello, Aquarius. Houston. On activaLion page 16, if you are ready. Over.

075:10:41 LMP
Okay. Stand by just 1, Charlie. Jim's going to fish around and see if he's got - he thinks he's got Scorpio. I'm the AOT now. Okay, Charlie, go ahead. I'm on 16 now.

075:11:01 CC
Okay. Fred. On page 16, perform the "Docked DPS BURN (PGNS)," that entire sequence down - down through the end of the page, except cross out that "CSM Maneuver to Burn Attitude, then CMC - FREE." Over.

075:11:27 LMP
Yes. I kind of deduced that one, Charlie. Page 16, "Docked DPS BURN (PGNS)," except we'll forget the CSM maneuver.

075:11:35 CC
Okay. And you can forget the "APS Follow-up," too. Okay, on page 17, perform all of the AGS entries and at 4 minutes, we got a change. First line, CB(l6) INVERTER 3, CLOSE; line 2, scratch out "Select INVERTER 1." At - proceeding on down the page, after "ATTITUDE MONITOR," we'd like you to place the RATE SCALE to "25 degrees a second." Okay, proceeding on down four more lines to "BALANCE COUPLE," we'd like to turn "BALANCE C0UPLE-0FF." That's to keep the upfiring jets off of the CSM, in case we have to damp any rates in AGS, though we don't think we will. Then perform the rest of that page as written. Over.

075:12:44 LMP
Okay, on page 17. Do the AGS load at minus 4 minutes; it's CB(ll), INVERTER 2, CLOSE, and scratch "Select INVERTER 1." RATE SCALE changed to "25 degrees a second." "BALANCE COUPLE," we'll turn "OFF;" and, incidentally, on the AGS dampen rates point, it brings up the discussion we'd had before, Charlie, on takeovers. You might discuss what it's going to cost us DELTA-V- wise, if we get a control problem, to just shut her off and it take 30 minutes to regroup for a good manual burn.

075:13:26 CC
Fred, we already got that story for you, pretty well in hand. We're reviewing it right now. And I'd like to defer that question until later on. Basically, we're just going to shut down and take what we got, and we got a midcourse of about - the maximum of 5 foot per second, anywhere in the burn to get back to free return. That - that's basically the story. We'll give you the mission rules for this burn momentarily. I'd like to proceed on to page 18, at minus 1 minute, scratch "MASTER ARM - ON." Stand by.

075:14:07 LMP
Okay, on page 18, and I've already done that at 1 minute; "MASTER ARM - ON," I'll scratch - -

075:14:14 CDR
- - Slipped that ... and I won't have anything to do - -

075:14:15 LMP
- - I've already scratched "CB(16) ABORT STAGE - CLOSE" for the previous burn.

075:14:20 CC
Okay. We want you to close the CB(l6) ABORT STAGE. Over.

075:14:33 LMP
Okay. You got some special reason for that?

075:14:36 CC
Yes, sir. We like - In case we don't get a manual ON - I mean, an AUTO ON, we're going to back up using the abort stage in the descent- engine command override at ignition plus 1 second. Backing up to page 17, at minus 4 minutes, you read "CB(ll) INVERTER 2," it should be "CB(16) INVERTER 2." Over.

075:15:03 LMP
Okay, I got you, Charlie. 17, "CB(16) INVERTER 2, CLOSE."

075:15:08 CC
Okay, back to page 18. We'll continue on as is at 30 seconds, 10 seconds, 7 seconds, minus 5 seconds. At "ignition," no ignition and we'll add here, "no ignition, START pushbutton - push; still no ignition, DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, ON." Over.

075:15:45 CDR
I got it out there, but I can't get to see it closer.

075:15:58 LMP
Okay, on channel - on page l8, right on down the line, everything holds until after "ignition"; "if no ignition, START pushbutton - push; still no ignition, DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE switch ON."

075:16:14 CC
Okay, good readback, Fred-o. At plus 15 seconds, scratch "MASTER ARM - OFF;" and at - proceeding on down to "At Engine Cutoff," it's - after the "MODE CONTROL: PGNS to ATT HOLD," we'd like a "VERB 76," and the "Damp Excessive Rates Via the LM Y, Z Translation." Over.

075:16:48 LMP
Okay, scratch "MASTER ARM - OFF" at plus 15, and "At Engine Cutoff" after "MODE CONTROL: PGNS - ATT HOLD," we want a "VERB 76 ENTER," and "Damp Excessive rates Via LM Y, Z translation." And a question on the - propellant quantity, we expect it to get down below 37 percent on this burn. Does that compare with that burn time when you get down to it.

075:17:16 CC
That's negative. At this - this burn, we're looking at - not reaching 37 percent, so I don't think we'll have to perform that step. We will verify that for you. Okay. One other statement: "At Engine Cutoff, if manual start, then at 30 feet per second to go, throttle to 40 percent. At DELTA-V equals zero, stop pushbutton, push." Over.

075:18:11 LMP
Okay, Charlie. If a manual start, that was throttle to 40 percent at - Was that 30 foot per second to go?

075:18:19 CC
That's affirmative. At 30 foot per second to go.

075:18:30 LMP
Okay. Then it's stop pushbutton at VG0 equals zero?

075:18:36 CC
That's affirmative. What we want to do, if we got a manual start, we're going to have to shut down manually, and, to get a better guided cut- off at 30 foot per second to go, we want you to throttle at 40 and acceleration is within reason there, and we feel like we can get a good manual cut-off. Over.

075:18:56 LMP

075:18:59 CC
Okay. Now, Fred, that was good in the checklist. That's all. We'll have the powerdown checklist for you momentarily, and we'd like to ask you if you plan to use the DPS burn card. If you do, we have some changes to that. Over.

075:19:20 LMP
Okay. Let me get ahold of this ... right now.

075:19:26 CC
Let me know when you are ready to copy. Over.

075:19:31 LMP
I'm ready. 03 03 19 32 CO Okay. The first two lines are okay. CB - third line, CB(ll) and (16): STAB/CONTROL, all CLOSED except CB(ll) AEA, OPEN; ABORT STAGE, OPEN; AELD, OPEN. CB(l6) AELD, OPEN. Over.

075:20:09 LMP
Okay, on the DPS burn card, third line should read CB(ll) and (l6): STAB/CONTROL CBs all CLOSED, except CB(ll) AEA, OPEN; ABORT STAGE, OPEN; AELD, OPEN; CB(l6) AELD, OPEN.

075:20:25 CC
Okay. Good readback. Proceeding on down the page. "BALANCE COUPLE" switch, "BALANCE COUPLE OFF." Okay, down to the TTCA - it's the last line before minus 2 minutes - "TTCA COMMANDER THROTTLE, MINIMUM; LMP TTCA to JETS." At minus 2 minutes, scratch "400 plus 1." At minus 1 minute, scratch "MASTER ARM, ON." At minus 10 seconds, add "MANUAL ULLAGE." At plus 5 seconds, scratch "DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, ON;" add "TTCA, 40 percent." Okay, the same comments apply about the manual start: "At the ignition time, if no start, manual START pushbutton, push; if still no start, DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, ON." And the same comments apply to shutting down at manual start. Over.

075:21:54 LMP
Okay. The same comments. I'll start at the top again here. Okay. "BALANCE COUPLE" should be changed to "OFF." Under TTCA, it should be "LMP TTCA" to "JET." Scratch "400 plus 1" at minus 2; scratch "MASTER ARM, ON" at minus 1. Add at minus 10 seconds "MANUAL ULLAGE"; add ignition - can add the comment about "If no start, START pushbutton, push; still no start, DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, ON." At the plus 5-second point, scratch "DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, ON," and add "TTCA to 40 percent," and the same comment applies at engine stop to perform.

075:22:39 CDR
We really don't use this card at that time.

075:22:42 CC
Roger, Fred-o. Now we aren't - also at minus 30 seconds, we aren't looking at an AGS burn so you can scratch "ABORT pushbutton, push," and at DELTA-V equal to zero, scratch "ABORT pushbutton, reset." Over.

075:23:02 LMP
Okay. Minus 30 for AGS burn, "ABORT pushbutton, push" is scratched, and at DELTA-V equals zero, "ABORT pushbutton, reset" is scratched.

075:23:11 CC
Okay, you got it, babe. We'll have some mission rules for you momentarily, and the powerdown checklist and also a PTC setup. Over.

075:23:24 LMP

075:23:27 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

075:23:29 CC
Go ahead, Jim. Over.

075:23:34 CDR
Roger. Be advised I'm now seeing Antares and Nunki in the A0T, and I just wanted to know whether you want me to try to do a P52.

075:23:48 CC
Roger. Stand by. We copy the stars you are seeing. Stand by on a P52.

075:23:56 LMP
Not very far apart. Put the card back up, Jim - -

075:24:01 CDR
It's better than Antares and Shaula.

075:24:05 LMP
Yes. Sure is. That's right.

075:24:16 CDR
We got pretty good ... I'll do an AUTO P52 to Antares. That's the way I'll get it up there.

075:24:23 CC
Hey, Houston - correction - Aquarius, Houston. We're satisfied with our present alinement. We don't want you to waste any more RCS gas trying to do this P52, and be advised you guys are hot mike, if you haven't heard. Over.

075:24:44 CDR
Okay, understand.

075:24:47 LMP
How's your memory there, Charlie?

075:24:51 CC
Okay, we're putting Vance back on. Stand by.

075:25:10 CDR
What was that - -

075:25:20 CDR
Okay, okay, let's go back to that P52 ... now the attitude.

075:25:26 LMP
The burn attitude?

075:25:28 CDR
Yes. I want to make sure I got it.

075:25:30 LMP
Oh, you strayed off?

075:25:31 CDR

075:25:34 LMP
Okay. ... Okay. You want these numbers? Or do you want the numbers from these.

075:25:47 CDR

075:25:48 LMP
Pads. You got the G&N dictionary?

075:25:51 CDR
I got 13 20 going now.

075:25:57 LMP
Wait a minute.

075:26:10 CDR
... Just a ... These are those 13 20 angles here. Up here. Right here.

075:26:56 CDR
Hey, great.

075:27:20 LMP
One on. And Houston, Aquarius.

075:27:27 CC
Go ahead, Fred.

075:27:32 LMP
Oh, about how long we got before we're going to have to go to work here, Vance. Kind of like to get a bite to eat, maybe.

075:27:40 CC
Okay. We have a - a couple of pads to give you and stand by. Let's - we'll check to see if we have anything else.

075:27:56 LMP
Hold on to that, baby. Where's that G&N book? You got it over there?

075:28:02 CDR
Here we go. Here, you want me to start copying

075:28:06 LMP
- - ... the bag - -

075:28:07 CDR
- - off there.

075:28:09 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

075:28:11 LMP
No, you've got it right here.

075:28:14 CDR
Go ahead.

075:28:15 CC
Okay. About all we have to do is to send up your state vectors and target loads, and that will have to wait a couple of minutes until we get ready to do so. And if you're ready to copy, I can give you the P30 maneuver pad for PC plus 2, and after that, probably you should eat and then we'll regroup again to send up other things. Over.

075:28:45 LMP
Okay. I'm ready to copy a P30, a PC plus 2.

075:28:49 CC
Okay. Okay, this is a preliminary P30 LM maneuver PC plus 2. Starting NOUN 33: 079:27:40.07; plus 0819.2, minus 0020.0, minus 0218.9; NA; plus 0020.9, 0848.2; 420, 274, 082; plus 0820.3, minus 0020.0, minus 0215.0. Comments. Ullage is two jets for 10 seconds. CSM weight, 62480. LM weight 33576. And the following is the DPS throttle profile: 5 seconds at minimum followed by 21 seconds at 40 percent, and the remainder at MAX. Over.

075:31:21 LMP
Okay. PC plus 2. 079:27:40.07; plus 0819.2, minus 0020.0, minus 0218.9; NA; plus 0020.9, 0848.2; 420, 274, 082; plus 0820.3, minus 0020.0, minus 0215.0; the rest N/A. Under remarks: ullage, two jets 10 seconds; CSM weight 62480; IM weight 33576. DPS throttle profile: 5 seconds at idle; 21 seconds at 40 percent; remainder at MAX.

075:32:50 CC
Roger; that's correct, Fred. If you'll take out a maneuver pad, I'll give you some landing information. Over.

075:33:04 LMP
Okay, you're talking in the CSM update book?

075:33:08 CC
Yes, that's affirm.

075:33:13 LMP
You got it right here. Make sure and scratch the ... - —

075:33:19 CDR
... - - 03 03 33 20 IMP - - though.

075:33:43 LMP
Okay, which - which one we want? P37?

075:33:50 CDR
What kind of a maneuver pad do you want, Vance?

075:33:54 CC
This is a CSM maneuver pad for - to monitor PC plus 2. And it's going to be mainly blank except I want to give you your NOUN 6l latitude and longitude range to go for the EMS and that sort of thing.

075:34:15 LMP
Okay, go ahead.

075:34:18 CC
Okay, at the top, purpose is monitor PC plus 2; everything is blank until you get down to NOUN 6l. Latitude as follows: minus 21.47, minus 165.00; 1166.0, 36291, 142:39:20. Over.

075:35:07 LMP
Okay, monitor PC plus 2 pad. NOUN 8l: minus 21.47, minus 165.00; 1166.0, 36291, 142:39:20.

075:35:28 CC
Roger; that's correct, Fred-o. And we - now would like to get you in a configuration to uplink your state vector and target load. So, if you're ready to copy, I have some circuit breaker changes for you. Over.

075:35:47 LMP
Okay, go ahead.

075:35:50 CC
Okay, circuit breaker panel 11 UPDATA LINK, CLOSE; PRIMARY POWER AMPL, panel 16, CLOSE; VOICE FUNCTION to VOICE; RANGE - RANGING FUNCTION to RANGING; TM bit rate, HI; and then POO and DATA.

075:36:28 LMP
Okay, we're now in POO and DATA, and switches and breakers are configured. You got it.

075:36:32 CC
Okay, thank you. You're coming in loud and clear.

075:43:36 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

075:43:42 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

075:43:44 CC
Hey, Jim, I have about three things. First thing, the computer is yours again. The second thing, no PTC maneuvering will be required from now until burn, so you can just sit in the burn attitude. And the third thing is we'd like to back out of this procedure we just put you into to updata link, which would mean going from TM bit rate HI back to L0, RANGING to OFF, VOICE to DOWN VOICE, PRIMARY POWER AMPL to CLOSE.

075:44:25 LMP
Hold up, Vance.

075:44:26 CC

075:44:29 CDR
We have a PROGRAM ALARM, Vance. 1106.

075:44:38 CC
Stand by - -

075:44:39 LMP
- - that high bit rate.

075:44:49 LMP
Okay, that apparently was just my putting the UPDATA LINK switch OFF that set that bit.

075:44:54 CC
Roger. We concur on that. And I'll read this back to you a little more slowly, Fred.

075:45:05 CC
Okay, are you ready to copy? 03 03 45 06 IMP Okay. Go ahead.

075:45:07 CC
Okay. TM bit rate to LO; RANGING to OFF, VOICE to DOWN VOICE, PRIMARY POWER AMPL to off - that's on panel 16 - and - or OPEN - and circuit breaker 11 UPDATA LINK to CLOSE - or to OPEN. Over.

075:46:16 LMP
Okay, Vance, hov do you read on DOWN VOICE BACKUP now?

075:46:20 CC
Okay, Fred, reading you loud and clear now.

075:46:26 LMP
Okay. I've got the POWER AMPL off, DOWN VOICE BACKUP, PCM to LO bit rate, and the UPDATA LINK breaker on 11 is pulled.

075:46:47 CC
Okay. Copy. Thank you.

075:47:16 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

075:47:21 CDR
Go ahead.

075:47:22 CC
Okay. On this last readback, we'd just like to verify that the PRIMARY POWER AMPL was pulled opened. Over.

075:47:37 LMP
That's affirm. I used the breaker on l6, PRIMARY S-BAND POWER AMPL breaker is OPEN.

075:47:44 CC
Okay. Thank you.

075:49:00 CDR
Boy, we must be getting pretty close to the Moon.

075:49:03 LMP
What's that?

075:49:19 CDR
It's in a ATT HOLD..

075:49:21 LMP
Five degrees.

075:50:24 LMP
Hey, Jack. Bring me down one of the ...

075:50:37 LMP
And ...

075:50:40 CMP
... need two of them, I guess ...

075:50:49 LMP

075:50:52 CDR
Yes. I've been meaning to tell you about that, yes.

075:51:05 CDR
You know where this ... water?

075:51:07 LMP
What's that?

075:51:09 CDR
You know where this ... water?

075:51:10 LMP

075:51:11 CDR
The LGC.

075:51:18 LMP

075:51:22 CDR

075:51:56 LMP
... there she is ...

075:54:19 CMP
Pretty close? How's the hoses coming?

075:54:35 CDR
That screen goes - goes on - Fred's hose up there.

075:54:39 CMP
Yes. Here, take that one. ... another few minutes ...

075:54:49 CMP
Let's not forget to haul these out of here.

075:55:03 CMP
Thank you.

075:55:04 CDR
Get the hose screens?

075:55:06 CMP

075:55:10 CDR
I'll ...

075:55:12 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. How do you read?

075:55:33 LMP
Hello, Houston; Aquarius. How do you read?

075:55:37 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Loud and clear.

075:55:42 LMP
Okay. Vance, I guess I understood you all were amassing a couple of - list of things that you were thinking about later on - we'd be taking back from the LM across into the CSM. A couple of items to add to that list, we've pilfered the - the intake hose screens out of the CSM and we have them mounted on the LM hoses now to catch the debris in here. We probably ought to take those back.

075:56:16 CC
Okay. We got that. Intake hose screens.

075:57:10 CC
I guess that item isn't going to change your c.g. too much, Fred-o.

075:57:19 LMP
Let's hope not.

075:58:25 CMP
... command module water.

075:58:32 LMP
Yes. No, ...

075:58:59 LMP

076:01:18 CMP
... Get out one of those big ... bags.

076:01:27 CDR
Much debris in there?

076:01:29 CMP

076:01:30 CDR
Trying to put debris in?

076:01:31 CMP

076:01:34 CMP
... Jim. Ready to go.

076:03:53 CMP
How's that for ... (laughter).

076:04:21 CMP
... didn't see any ...

076:04:53 LMP
Yes. Oh, what I'd like to do is find out how many - Yes - What happened to the two little midcourses that's got to be with this vehicle.

076:04:58 CMP
Yes. ...

076:05:03 CDR
Now we just take the CSM and strip it down. Start putting the ... stuff in here.

076:05:14 CMP
Why are you worrying about that? Why are you worried about stripping down the vehicle?

076:05:19 CDR
Well, you don't want - You don't want the drogue and the probe in.

076:05:23 CMP
Oh, yes.

076:05:26 CDR
And, you do want room for the PLSSs. So, we'll grab this ... suit valve and ... them in there. 03 04 05 43 CMP

076:05:47 CDR
Well, the suit ... oxygen ... the cabin. 03 04 05 57 LMP

076:06:04 CDR
(Clears throat) We're not planning to reenter with suits.

076:06:17 CDR
... a suit would help you out is for protection.

076:06:20 LMP
Yes, ...

076:06:41 CDR
They work on the REPRESS valve.

076:06:43 CMP
Yes, ...

076:06:59 CMP
You know ... suit ...

076:07:10 CDR
Breathe through the canister.

076:07:11 CMP

076:07:14 CDR
Yes, breathe through the canister.

076:08:12 CMP
My job is to maintain ...

076:08:21 LMP
You got all those things ...?

076:08:24 CDR

076:10:45 LMP

076:10:48 CMP
Yes, I think they forgot that.

076:10:54 CDR
Sun must be coming back.

076:10:57 CMP
Yes. ...

076:11:12 CDR
Yes, I got two stars, circling back, Nunki and Antares ... back up again.

076:11:45 CMP
Actually, you can see ...

076:12:04 CMP
What? Huh?

076:12:30 CMP
That's the one you put up there, ... I would like to ...

076:12:39 CDR
... to trade it in.

076:12:40 CMP

076:12:42 CDR
Doesn't that also fit this big container back here?

076:12:46 CMP

076:12:48 CDR
That's a little ...

076:12:56 CMP
I wouldn't mind - ... ...

076:13:08 CMP
Okay. ...

076:13:45 CMP
... seems to me.

076:13:57 CMP
Guaranteed to work.

076:14:07 LMP
Okay. ...

076:14:12 CDR
Hey, can't you pilfer more there? Yes. ...

076:14:18 CMP
... what you do - what you do, you put your -

076:14:36 CMP
Not bad ...

076:14:56 CDR
Now, let's see, this burn's ... to our back, I suppose. Let's hope it works.

076:15:49 CDR
Now, let's see. What should we be doing here now?

076:15:56 CDR
Okay. The next thing is power for the burn. Did they give you a time to start powerup?

076:16:01 LMP
No. ...

076:16:08 CMP
Yes, we ought to get a ... You know, we ought to get ... - -

076:16:16 CDR
They will.

076:16:17 CMP
- - ...

076:16:21 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

076:16:26 CC
Go, Aquarius.

076:16:32 CDR
Let's just recap the situation now. We're not going to do any more PTC. We'll maintain this attitude. You have already updated us on P30 load. We would like from you an LOS time, and a powerup start time for the PC plus 2. And an AOS time.

076:17:02 CC
Okay. We copy that.

076:17:26 CC
We're going to also get back with you shortly, Jim, for - with some burn guidelines for PC plus 2.

076:17:38 CDR
All right. Very well.

076:18:51 CDR
Have they powered up the mission timer - the event timer? 03 04 18 57 LMP

076:18:59 CDR
Oh, I see. Are they going to?

076:22:13 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

076:22:20 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

076:22:22 CC
Jim, we were just discussing burn star monitor! and we were curious to know if you can see Nunki in detent 2 at this time. Over.

076:22:45 CDR
That's affirmative. I can see Nunki in detent 2.

076:22:49 CC
Okay. Thank you. Roughly, in what part of the field of view?

076:23:01 CDR
Nunki is in the upper right-hand corner.

076:23:05 CC
Okay. Thank you.

076:23:10 CDR
And Scorp - And Antares is barely visible in the bottom of the field of view.

076:23:17 CC
Okay. 03 04 24 24 CMP

076:24:39 CDR
Hey, I bet I know how I could get an alingment. Give them a cursor spiral angle. Instead of maneuvering the spacecraft, I'll give them cursor spiral.

076:24:58 LMP
Do that for AGS and ...

076:25:09 LMP
... How's the ...?

076:27:17 CDR
Houston, for what it's worth, we can probably give you a cursor spiral angle on Nunki and possibly Antares or more than likely Shaula.

076:27:34 CC
Roger, Jim. According to our calculations, Nunki should be, at burn time, pretty close to the center of the AOT. We've been talking that possibility over.

076:27:50 CDR

076:27:55 CC
Also, as a matter of general interest, the Sun should be in - at the bottom part of the CDR's window at the bottom of the LPD vertical line.

076:28:15 LMP
Be at Tig. , which is at - -

076:28:19 CC
That's affirm.

076:28:21 CDR
It must be that - You're right, because it's behind us now.

076:28:31 CMP
Wait a minute, . holding insertion attitude.

076:28:38 LMP
Yes, we're not at the Tig. attitude.

076:28:40 CMP

076:28:44 SC
Apollo 13, Houston.

076:29:49 CDR
Go ahead.

076:29:51 CC
Jim, whenever you're through eating and ready to copy the info, I can send you the burn rules.

076:30:05 LMP
Do you want this?

076:30:08 CMP
Write them right on - ...?

076:30:10 CDR
Why don't you write them right in here?

076:30:12 LMP

076:30:22 LMP
Okay. I'll start on that.

076:30:25 CDR
Okay, Vance.

076:30:27 LMP
Go ahead.

076:30:28 CDR
We're all set to go.

076:30:31 CC
Okay. Okay. First of all, general philosophy is that these rules should be similar to LOI mode I abort with the tight limits. Now, I'll go through them one by one for you to copy. Okay. You should shut down, if any of the following happen. Thrust monitor readout, 77 percent or below; DPS propellant tank pressure - that's the inlet pressure - onboard readout, 160 or below; fuel to OX DELTA-P, greater than 25 psi - and that would have to be a ground call to you - attitude error plus or minus 10 degrees, with the exception of the start transient; attitude-rate limits, plus or minus 10 degrees a second. And you should shut down if you get any of the following alarms: ENGINE GIMBAL, ISS, plus PROGRAM ALARM, LGC, CES DC, and if you get an inverter light after switching inverters. Are you with me?

076:32:52 SC

076:32:54 CC
Okay. - -

076:32:55 CDR

076:32:57 CC
And proceeding on. If, during the burn, the engine stops, if you have a flashing NOUN 97, you should PROCEED, then ullage, ENGINE START to PUSH, and DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE ON. Okay. Now just general information. If you didn't burn PC plus 2, probably P - P plus 4 would be the earliest MCC. AGS is going to backup in a rate-fail mode only, which you know. We're talking over the star check. Will have to get back with you on that. If, for some reason, there is no PC-2, you have a free-return trajectory with the landing at 152:02:00, and that would be after a small midcourse-5, which would probably be around 4 feet per second at 93 hours. And you have recovery forces in the Indian Ocean; you're in good shape there. And the Indian Ocean is where this landing would be. Okay. You still with me?

076:35:13 LMP

076:35:15 CC
Okay. After - -

076:35:17 LMP
Yes. I'm with you.

076:35:19 CC
Okay. After PC plus 2, there are no trim re- quirements; and, if you have a shutdown during PC plus 2, subsequent midcourse maneuvers required with - Well, the earliest one would be PC plus 4. If you don't do a PC plus 2, but we still want to do one - MCC later. At PC plus 4, the increase in DELT - in DELTA-V, or the penalty, would be about 24 feet per second, with a landing in the mid-Pacific at 142:46:30. Now, you should ex- pect new pads, state vectors, and targets for PC plus 2 at about GET 78. Over.

076:36:56 CMP
Tell them to stand by.

076:36:57 LMP
Stand by, Vance.

076:36:58 CC

076:37:07 LMP
Okay. How do you read?

076:37:09 CC
Loud and clear.

076:37:13 LMP
Okay. Burn rules. We should shut down for the following: if we have the thrust monitor at 77 percent or below; number 2, if the DPS propellant ullage pressure is less than 160 psi; 3, if the fuel oxidizer DELTA-P is greater than 25, and that'll be a ground callout; 4, if the attitude error is plus or minus 10 degrees except for starting transients. Okay. Rate limits are plus or minus 10 degrees per second. And we're to shut down with the following alarms: an ENGINE GIMBAL light, an ISS with a PROGRAM ALARM, an LGC, a CES DC, and an inverter light, if it's still on after we've tried switching inverters. If, during the burn, the engine shuts down when the NOUN 97 flashes, we should PRO, do manual ullage, and START pushbutton, push, and DESCENT ENGINE COMMAND OVERRIDE, open. If we don't do a PC-2, our next burn will it be at PC-4 for an added 24 foot per second. We'll land mid- PAC at 142:46:30. Okay. We'll have the AGS up for backup rate command, or rate damping, I guess. And the free return that we're on, if we don't - that we're on now, if we don't do PC-2 or 4, lands us at 152:02:00 in the Indian Ocean. And there's no trim requirements on this burn, and we should expect a new uplink and a new final maneuver pad from you at 178 hours.

076:39:23 CC

076:39:29 LMP
Okay. I'm sorry, 1 - Yes, 78 hours. It only seems like it's been that long.

076:39:35 CC
I can understand.

076:39:54 CC
Okay, Fred. Your readback was correct.

076:40:00 LMP

076:40:16 LMP
Okay. And, Vance, did you ever have any LOS/AOS times, and - and a startup time for us to jump into this activation checklist?

076:40:29 CC
Okay. Let me - Let me poll the house again on that one.

076:40:37 CDR

076:40:39 LMP
Okay. One word is that the - In an optimum fashion there, going through that 2-hour activation generally took somewhere from about an hour and 15 to an hour 20.

076:40:56 CC
Okay. I guess then we ought to allow you a little more than that, huh?

076:41:06 LMP
No, I was thinking that, we don't have to do about four pages of it, that we probably need just about that, and that will make up for the difference of any added time we need maneuvering et cetera.

076:41:19 CC

076:42:07 CDR
We'll need a - Can I get a flashlight? You got a flashlight. We might need a spare flashlight - Yes. Okay. We might need a spare flashlight: have you got one? Okay. Okay. The Sun has gone ... down.

076:42:31 CDR
Man, look at those stars. Houston.

076:42:40 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

076:42:45 CDR
Roger. We are in the shadow of the Moon now. The Sun is just about set as far as I can see and the stars are all coming out.

076:42:54 CC
Okay. And if you are ready to copy, we have L0S/AOS times for you.

076:43:04 CMP
Flashlight. Okay.

076:43:16 LMP
Go ahead, Vance.

076:43:18 CC
Okay. LOS 77:08:35, AOS 77:33:10. Sunrise - First I'll give you sunset which is past, but that was supposed to be at 76:32:45 and sunrise 77:16:48.

076:43:58 LMP
Okay. LOS at 77:08:35, AOS at 77:33:10. Sunset at 76:32:45, sunrise at 77:16:48.

076:44:13 CC
Roger. We'll get back with you on the powerup time and, if you're ready to copy, have angles to load into NOUN 22 for your VERB 49 maneuver to burn attitude. Over.

076:44:35 LMP
Okay. Go ahead with the VERB 49 value.

076:44:38 CC
Okay. Rl plus 27210, R2 plus 35570, R3 plus 33010. Second item, as you know, due to maneuver with a PROCEED and a PROCEED; and, after your attitude, a reminder that P40 will not set you back to a narrow deadband. To get back to the 1.40-degree deadband, you have to use the procedure I gave you, which is VERB 21, NOUN 01, ENTER, 3011, ENTER. And 200, ENTER.

076:45:47 LMP
Okay. VERB 49, register 1, plus 27218; register 2, plus 35570; register 3, plus 33010; and to get the narrow deadband back we want a VERB 21, N0UN 01, ENTER, 3011, ENTER, 200 ENTER.

076:46:11 CC
Roger. And a correction on your - on your first number for register 1. That should be plus 27210. And another comment; after you get into the narrow deadband at that attitude, why, you might tell us where you see Nunki.

076:46:34 CDR
Roger. Will do, Vance.

076:46:36 CC
Thank you.

076:46:37 LMP
Okay. And you corrected register 1; it's plus 27210.

076:46:43 CC

076:46:45 CDR
And would you like us to make that maneuver at this time?

076:47:10 CDR
It's down below us, isn't it?

076:47:13 CC

076:47:19 LMP
Can't see it.

076:47:26 CMP
Can we have some more light in here now?

076:47:29 CDR
I have a light.

076:48:20 LMP
What do you see out your upper window?

076:48:32 CDR

076:48:37 LMP
Yes. It looks like - looks like the light is coming from around those clouds.

076:48:48 CDR
Well, you won't get A0S/L0S until 77.

076:48:53 LMP

076:49:18 CMP

076:49:19 CDR

076:49:22 CMP

076:49:37 CDR
Let's see, AOS is at 2 hours before the burn?

076:49:45 LMP
Just about.

076:50:01 CC
Apolllo 13, Houston.

076:50:05 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

076:50:08 CC
Jim, we recommend you go ahead and make your VERB 49 maneuver, but just stay there in VERB 49 and don't go ahead to narrow the deadband just yet. And, when you're in that attitude, why, of course, then you can make your star check. And one other item is, I don't think we got back with you, but that hour 15 for powerup sounds fine with us.

076:50:40 CDR
Okay. At this time, I'll start my VERB 49 maneuver, but will not narrow the deadband, and we will take a look at Nunki. Okay, Vance.

076:50:52 CC

076:51:09 CDR
Almost, huh?

076:51:46 LMP
Jim? Jim?

076:52:30 CMP

076:52:32 CDR
No, it shouldn't.

076:52:45 CMP

076:52:46 CDR
It shouldn't.

076:52:54 CDR
I was below that ...

076:52:57 CMP

076:52:58 CDR
That's a good idea.

076:53:03 CMP

076:53:34 LMP
... how many lights you're going to see. You can coach Jim on that.

076:53:44 CDR
Sure. We're there.

076:54:22 LMP

076:54:24 CDR
Yes. I can just barely see it. I see Antares much better.

076:54:37 CDR
Why is the wide deadband on? Stand by. Is - Is Scorpio moving down?

076:55:20 CDR
What's that cloud I see over there?

076:55:23 SC
I don't know. It looks like a Milky Way.

076:55:27 CDR
Just a -

076:55:36 CDR

076:55:48 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

076:55:55 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

076:56:00 CDR
Okay. We have completed our maneuver. We're in our wide deadband, and Nunki is close to the top of my display of the A0T. Right now, Antares seems to be more closer towards the center. However, we are in our wide deadband.

076:57:18 CC
Right; understand. We'll have to make a better check later, I guess.

076:57:26 CDR
I can't for the life of me figure out what that dark stuff is.

076:57:38 LMP
Yes. Did you look at it, Jack?

076:57:46 CMP
Yes. Okay. But I didn't recall what ...

076:58:17 CMP
See it there. Like two black clouds.

076:58:24 CDR
Well, you know what this burn is buying us; 10 hours.

076:58:29 CMP

076:58:32 LMP
And how.

076:58:54 CDR
Might be a good idea.

076:59:41 CMP
Hey, that's pretty extensive, Jim. You can locate it and get it halfway through the ...

077:00:25 CMP

077:00:53 CDR
It's on the AOT. Well, maybe not.

077:01:02 LMP
I don't think so.

077:03:08 CDR
I know what that is. That might be the debris that was thrown out there.

077:03:15 CMP
- - into the cloud?

077:03:19 LMP
It's all dark now.

077:03:24 CDR
From the explosion.

077:03:27 LMP
... we made a maneuver.

077:03:30 CDR
No, from our explosion.

077:03:32 CMP
Take a look. It covers a wide area. God, that dark cloud. ... Like a pair of contrails. Only if you switch the detent, they go on around. How long to LOS? Is that right?

077:04:06 CDR
I'd sure like to try the detent 2, but I guess our damn platform's okay, isn't it?

077:04:11 CMP

077:04:17 CDR

077:05:03 CMP

077:05:38 CMP

077:06:03 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

077:06:09 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

077:06:11 CC
Okay, Jim. We have a little over 2 minutes until LOS, and everything's looking good here.

077:06:21 CDR
Roger. Yes. I take it that we don't have to start our activations until we receive AOS from you.

077:06:39 CC
Roger. That's correct.

077:08:08 CDR
You ... up our edibles? ... water? ...

077:33:50 CDR
Good morning, Houston. How do you read?

077:34:37 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

077:34:42 CDR
Stand by for AOS.

077:35:02 CDR
Houston, how do you read Aquarius?

077:35:05 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Reading you about 3 by 3.

077:35:43 CMP
Houston, Aquarius. How do you read?

077:35:49 CC
Okay, Fred. Reading you fairly well now. How do you read?

077:35:53 CMP
Okay. I read you loud and clear, ...

077:35:58 CC

077:38:34 LMP
Jack, why don't you get the other ...

077:39:23 CDR
Well, go this way.

077:39:31 CDR
All right. We're going up on Mare Smythii, now.

077:40:55 CMP
We'll see where ... zooming off.

077:41:02 CDR
Oh, yes, yes, we're no longer 139 miles. We're leaving.

077:41:08 CMP
Yes, look at that curvature.

077:41:18 CDR
That might be Crisium over there, Fred.

077:41:37 CMP
Oh, yes; way off on the horizon, there, yes.

077:41:44 CDR
Hey, if you want to use the 250? There's a beautiful shot of Tsiojkovsky which we very seldom have.

077:42:04 CDR
Well, at this stage of the game beggars can't be choosers, I guess.

077:42:08 CMP
Yes, and we can't affoid the amps to use the heaters.

077:42:36 CDR
Here you go.

077:43:33 CDR
All right. You're in zero phase up here.

077:43:46 CDR
Are we - back to DOWN VOICE BACKUP?

077:43:48 CMP
What's that?

077:43:49 CDR

077:43:50 CMP

077:43:51 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

077:43:55 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

077:44:01 CDR
Roger. We still want an activation start time for a burn.

077:44:07 CC
Understand. You want a powerup time, is that affirm?

077:44:14 CDR
That's affirm.

077:44:21 CC
Okay. Stand by.

077:44:48 CDR
Okay. Look it. Let's get the cameras squared away; let's get all set to burn. We got one chance now.

077:44:55 CMP

077:44:56 CDR
We're not going to hack it at 152 hours.

077:45:02 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

077:45:08 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

077:45:10 CC
Jim, regarding the start time for the powerup, you mentioned an hour and 15 minutes. We think that is adequate. This is crew preference depending on how much time you think you need. We would go along with an hour and 15 minutes - -

077:45:46 CDR
Okay - Okay, sounds good.

077:47:24 CDR
Okay, Fred-o. You been through most of that checklist for an hour? Let's get it out and ...

077:47:50 CMP
78 hours and ...

077:47:56 CDR
Okay. Let's ...

077:48:09 CDR
Hey, Jack. Did you ... camera back up ...?

077:48:18 LMP
Okay. Page 1.

077:48:19 CDR

077:48:22 LMP
Page 2, I'm going to power up the ...

077:52:38 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

077:52:43 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

077:52:46 CC
Okay, Jim. We have about three items for you. We have a maneuver pad, P30 LM maneuver, again; and the maneuver pad for the CM for splashdown. We also have a checklist change with contingencies, - LM contingencies checklist. And, I'll stand by while you're gathering the books.

077:53:15 LMP
Okay. I'm at - I got the contingency book, so give me that one first.

077:53:20 CC
Okay. Page 18 ...

077:53:26 CDR
Okay. I'm at page 18.

077:53:28 CC
Okay. About half-way down. When propellant quantity equals 30 percent, or rather 37 percent, we would like to change that line to read - when time to go is equal to 10 seconds - Of course, the line under that remains the same then, DESCENT HE REG 1 to CLOSE.

077:53:58 CDR
Okay. When time to go equals 10 seconds, DESCENT HELIUM REG 1, CLOSE.

077:54:05 CC
That's affirm. Before I start on the pads, another comment. The general indications that we gave you before about the Sun being in the commander's window and about stars in the A0T, such as that might be used as general indication for your attitude for the burn, that's all out the window. We are just going on the Sun check that we made earlier and we don't feel that we have information that is good enough to give you the star and the Sun in the window information. 03 05 54 53 CDR

077:55:05 CC
Okay. You're very weak now. When you are ready to take the P30 LM maneuver pad, I'll be reading it up.

077:55:20 CDR
Okay. Go ahead with the ...

077:55:24 CC
Okay. This is P30, LM maneuver pad, PC plus 2 hours, starting with NOUN 33, 079:27;38.30, plus 0833.0, minus 0050.9, minus 0213.9, N/A, plus 0020.5, 0861.5, 4:24, 272, 081, and the rest is N/A except for comments as follows. Ullage, two jets, 10 seconds; CSM weight, 62480; LM weight, 33452 and the DPS throttle profile is the same as before, 5 seconds at minimum. 21 seconds at 40 percent, and the remainder of the time at MAX. Over.

077:56:02 LMP
Okay, Vance. ... 079:27:38.30, plus 0833.0, minus 0050.9, minus 0213.9, N/A, plus 00205, 08615, 4:24, 272, 081 and the rest N/A. Ullage two jets 10 seconds, CSM weight 62480, LM weight 33452, DPS throttle profile same as before, 5 seconds, 40 percent for 21 seconds, 40 percent, and the remainder at MAX throttle ...

077:58:30 CC
Okay, Aquarius; Houston. You're coming in about 1 by 1 now. Advise that I heard everything except the beginning NOUN 33 values and the com ments. Please repeat the readback on those.

077:58:48 LMP
Okay. I'm going to UP with the POWER AMP here, Vance.

077:59:15 LMP
Houston, how do you read Aquarius now?

077:59:17 CC
Hey, you're loud and clear now.

077:59:23 LMP
Okay. I got the POWER AMPS now, PC plus 2 hours, 079:27; 38.030, plus 08330, minus 00509, minus 02139, N/A, plus 00205, 08615, 4:24, 272, 081; rest N/A. Ullage two jets, 10 seconds, CSM weight 62480, LM weight 33452; DPS throttle profile the same, 5 seconds idle, 40 percent at 21 seconds. Remainder at MAX.

077:59:50 CC
Roger. Forty percent for 21 seconds, I believe is what you read back. And all the rest is correct. Now, for the maneuver pad for the CSM. Over.

078:00:29 LMP
Okay. Stand by.

078:00:55 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

078:00:58 CC
Okay, Fred-o. This is maneuver pad monitor PC plus 2 hours; all N/A until you get to NOUN 61, latitude minus 21.65, minus 165.00, 1163.5, 36292, 142:39:22. Over.

078:01:48 CMP
Monitor plane change plus 2; NOUN 81 minus 21.65 minus 165.00, 1163.5, 36292, 142:39:22.

078:02:06 CC
Roger. That was starting with NOUN 61, and that's correct.

078:02:25 CC
By the way, Aquarius, we see the results now from 12's seismometer. Looks like your booster just hit the Moon, and it's rocking it a little bit. Over.

078:02:44 CMP
Well, at least something worked on this flight.

078:03:00 CC
And I just want to verify one thing, we could - -

078:03:02 CMP
Yes, I'm sure - -

078:03:03 CC
-- Go ahead.

078:03:09 CMP
I say I'm sure glad we didn't have a LM impact, too.

078:03:16 CC
Right. Just wanted to verify - We had poor reception when I was talking to you before - I wanted to verify that you understand that the Sun check you made earlier in the A0T was good, and that's what we're riding on. Anything that we told you in the past about looking at the Sun in the front left window or looking at stars , like Nunki through the A0T, why, we want to forget.

078:03:50 CDR
Roger. Understand, Vance. I think Nunki would be kind of hard to see anyway with the Moon right here.

078:03:58 CC

078:04:27 CDR
And, Vance, we plan to start powering up at 78:12. Is that a good time or do you think we ought to hold off a little longer?

078:04:46 CC
Jim, we think that's very good.

078:04:53 CDR

078:08:23 CC
Apollo 13, Houst - Aquarius, Houston.

078:08:31 LMP
Go ahead.

078:08:33 CC
Fred, after the burn, we'll get the powerdown instructions, or checklist changes to you. At the same time, we'd like to get a consumables status to you. All I'll say right now is that we think you look in reasonably good shape.

078:08:52 CMP
Okay. Very good.

078:09:46 CMP
Okay. Houston, Aquarius.

078:09:48 CC
Go ahead.

078:09:52 CMP
Okay. One CAUTION AND WARNING light here showing that you didn't call out - it's the PRE AMPS - I suppose because we don't have the ATCA breaker in yet.

078:10:08 CC
Okay. That's okay.

078:17:38 CDR
Houston, are you planning to give us a state vector update.

078:18:04 CC
That's - That's affirm, Jim. All we need is UPDATA LINK circuit breaker closed on panel 11, and POO and ACCEPT and we can ship it up to you. POO and DATA.

078:18:32 CDR
Okay, Vance. We're in DATA and P00 and the circuit breaker's in. Go ahead.

078:18:39 CC
Okay. We'll ship her up to you.

078:21:45 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

078:21:53 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

078:21:54 CC
Jim, request verify RANGING FUNCTION switch is in RANGING. We need that, if it's not there now.

078:22:14 CDR
You got it, Vance.

078:22:15 CC
Thank you.

078:23:05 CC
Aquarius, Houston. The computer is yours.

078:28:15 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Did you call?

078:28:22 CDR
We didn't call, Houston.

078:28:25 CC

078:29:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

078:29:48 LMP
Houston, are you calling Aquarius?

078:29:51 CC
Roger, Fred. I would like to confiru that you are getting drinking water out of, potable water out of the command module and, if you can make any estimates of how much you use as time goes on, and how much you have used, we would appreciate it for our consumables analysis.

078:30:12 LMP

078:30:26 LMP
Okay, Jack. Tried the procedure and out of that pressure, we got 10 drinks made. That's roughly 80 ounces.

078:30:56 CC
Okay, Fred, we had a little static on that one, but I think you said that 80 ounces of water has been used out of the CM. Is that right?

078:31:08 LMP
Yes. Jack worked the procedure and filled as many of the drinks as he could, and he made up ten bags of approximately 8 ounces a bag.

078:31:23 CC
Okay. We copy that.

078:36:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

078:36:14 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

078:36:16 CC
Jim, just a bit of information, if for any reason you had to slip Tig, our people here feel it wouldn't do much harm if you slipped it up to 30 minutes. The procedure, of course as you know, is not to PRO on the flashing 99 and we thought you might like to be aware that Tig. time isn't all that critical.

078:36:43 CDR
Roger. Understand.

078:41:07 LMP
Okay, Vance; Aquarius.

078:41:10 CC

078:41:15 LMP
Okay. I think it's finally coming through to us here, what you said just a little while ago. Were you suggesting that we move the T. up 30 minutes?

078:41:25 CC
No, not at all. We're just giving you excess information. Just saying if you had any problem at all it could be slipped.

078:41:38 LMP
Oh, okay. Slipped 30 minutes. Okay. That's better.

078:41:42 CC

078:41:55 CC
You guys are pretty fast, though.

078:42:05 LMP
Yes. It kind of surprised us.

078:42:08 CC
I guess that's what happens when you cut a lot out of a checklist.

078:42:14 LMP
Yes. Yes, we're taking about a thousand pictures in between steps there, too.

078:45:33 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius, radio check.

078:45:39 CC
Loud and clear, Fred.

078:45:43 LMP
Okay. I had a change in the background noises, wondered if you were still there.

078:45:47 CC

079:06:25 CC
Apollo 13, Houston.

079:06:28 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Go ahead, Houston.

079:06:31 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We have some new information regarding what you should see out the commander's window at Tig. Over.

079:06:44 CDR
Okay. Go ahead.

079:06:48 CC
According to calculaticns - calculations, you should see the Moon. It'll be a fun Moon. You should see most of the disk and it should be somewhere on your vertical LPD line, probably at about 14 on the LPD scale, ever. Roughly centered on 14.

079:07:38 CDR
Okay, Houston. I concur. I'm looking at 14 on the LPD and the angle is just about centered. It's south of Crisium, but its - The line is just slightly to the north cf center.

079:08:08 CC
Okay, Jim. That sounds very good. We see that you have a slight yaw angle, so it should be north of center.

079:08:48 CDR
I can even see Mount Marilyn from here.

079:18:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

079:18:13 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

079:18:15 CC
Jim, you are GO for the burn. Go for the burn.

079:18:20 CDR
Roger. I understand. GO for the burn.

079:24:16 CC
Aquarius, 2 minutes and 40 seconds to go on the mark.

079:24:19 CC

079:24:22 CC
Or that was - Stand by.

079:24:24 CDR
What was that mark?

079:24:26 CC
Stand by. That was incorrect. Three minutes - Counting down to 3 minutes, and I'll give you a mark, and I'll take into consideration 2 seconds.

079:24:37 CC

079:26:41 CDR
Roger. We got you.

079:26:43 CC
One minute.

079:26:46 CDR

079:27:51 CDR
We're burning 40 percent.

079:27:54 CC
Houston copies.

079:28:09 CDR
One hundred percent.

079:28:11 CC

079:28:31 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You're looking good.

079:28:36 CDR

079:29:52 CC
Aquarius, you were looking good at 2 minutes. Still looking good.

079:29:58 CDR
Two minutes. Roger.

079:30:43 CC
Aquarius, you're GO at 3 minutes.

079:30:49 CDR
Aquarius. Roger.

079:31:46 CC
Don't forget DESCENT REG 1, off; 10 seconds to go.

079:32:05 CDR

079:32:07 CC
Roger. Shut down.

079:32:31 CDR
Are you reading our 1640, Houston?

079:32:36 CC
Roger. We're reading it.

079:32:41 CDR
We'll proceed. Here's our residuals.

079:32:52 CC
Roger. Very small.

079:33:07 CC
Good burn, Aquarius.

079:33:12 CDR
Go ahead.

079:33:13 CC
I say, that was a good burn.

079:33:18 CDR
Roger. And now we want to power down as soon as possible.

079:33:23 CC
Roger. Understand.

079:33:56 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

079:33:58 CC
Go ahead.

079:34:02 CDR
Suggest maybe you just read off the circuit breakers you want us to power down. As you did yesterday, for us.

079:34:09 CC
Okay. We have a procedure ready to send up to you here in about 2 minutes. Let us know when you're all ready to take it.

079:34:18 CDR

079:34:23 LMP
Okay. Is it going to be better to writs this on a blank page, Vance, or can we use some portion of the powerdown list there in the contingency book that already exists.

079:34:33 CC
Stand by 1.

079:36:03 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

079:36:07 CDR
Go ahead.

079:36:08 CC
Slight delay here, Jim. It will be a couple of minutes before we read that up to you, and we're looking at the contingency checklist powerdown and that's on page 5. You might be getting that out while we get all ready to give it to you.

079:37:03 LMP
Could you give us that page number again. Page 5 doesn't make sense.

079:37:14 CC
Okay. Make that power 5 in the contingency checklist, Fred. And it's the - -

079:37:24 LMP
- - that's better.

079:37:25 CC
- - middle part of the page, it starts emergency powerdown, and we'll mark that up.

079:37:42 LMP
Okay. I'm to 5 emergency powerdown.

079:37:48 CC
Okay. But hold off on it because we might have to start PTC up again here. And that's the point that's being resolved right at the moment, so stand by.

079:38:02 LMP

079:42:19 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

079:42:25 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

079:42:26 CC
Okay. We're ready to give you the procedure which will power you dcwn a good bit, and after the PTC is going, maybe we can give you further information. Are you ready to copy? Starting at the middle of the Page, Power 5.

079:42:48 LMP
Okay. Go ahead, Vance.

079:42:51 CC
Okay. After number 1, first line, cross out "And VHF-A." Second line, cross out "SIMPLEX operation." Third line, cross out "Prime." That refers to PRIME POWER AMP, OFF. That - that "PRIME" should actually be replaced by OFF. And that's the second prime that line. Also in the third line, the last word "OFF" should be crossed out and replaced by "PCM." Fourth line is okay. Fifth line, which is "VHF VOICE, ON, OFF, OFF," cross out. "Lighting, FLOODS," which is the next line should be "OFF," but add the following, "Or OVERHEAD/FORWARD prefer OFF." Okay. Step 2 remains the same; no change for the moment. Stand by. Skip step 2. Do not do it. Just go on to step 3, which is "Configure circuit breakers per the chart." That takes us to page power 6. Why don't you give me a readback on what you had on power 5, Fred-o.

079:44:48 LMP
Okay. On power 5, emergency powerdown. Item 1, first line, I scratch the "And VHF-A." Second line "SIMPLEX operation." Third line, I replace the second prime which is the POWER AMP with an "OFF," and the last word in that line is "OFF," replaced it with "PCM." Fourth line is okay. Fifth line, I scratch the whole line. Lighting, we haven't needed floods yet so we will just leave them off, exterior lighting off. Scratch line 2 and I am now on power 6, wait for your update on the CB panels.

079:45:31 CC
Okay. Power 6. Okay. Power 6 refers to panel 11. You should go per the chart with the exception of those breakers that I call out. First line is okay. Or, let's say, first row. Second row, QUAD 4, TCA, closed; QUAD 3, TCA, closed; QUAD 2, TCA, closed; and QUAD L, TCA, closed. The rest of that row is okay, low 3, about halfway over. ATCA (PGNS), closed. Okay. The rest of that line is okay. Fourth line, HEATER - , stand by. Okay. That line is all okay with the exception of the last three circuit breakers, Fred, under PGNS, which is LGC DSKY, IMU STANDBY, IMU OPERATE. Those three should be closed, at least for the time being. And finally, the fifth line; it's okay as is. And would you give me a read- back on that?

079:47:35 LMP
Okay. I disagree on the fifth line. It appears that we ought to have the ASCENT ECA CONTROL open.

079:47:49 CC
Okay. We'll check into that one and while we are listening to the rest of your readout.

079:47:57 LMP
Okay. And top row is correct as is. Second row we want the QUAD TCAs l through 4 closed. On the third row, we want the ATCA (PGNS), closed. On the fourth row we want the PGNS LGC DSKY, IMU STANDBY, IMU OPERATE, all closed, and you're saying the bottom row es is.

079:48:23 CC
Okay. We'll go along with what you said on the ASCENT ECA CONTROL. That should be open.

079:48:38 CDR
Okay. Continue, Vance.

079:48:41 CC
Okay. Next page, power 7, panel 16. First row, close the four QUAD TCA circuit breakers, that is, QUAD 1, TCA; QUAD 2, QUAD 3, and QUAD 4 TCA. Okay. Rows 2, 3, and 4 are okay.

079:49:17 LMP
Okay. Panel 16, top row, we want to close QUAD 1 through 4 TCA breakers, and you're saying the other three rows are as is. Again, I have the exception the ASCENT ECA CONTROL on 16 should also be open.

079:49:35 CC
Okay. We concur on that, and we have a late arrival in row 3. Stand by.

079:49:52 CC
Okay, Fred. One addition, third row. The S-BAND POWER AMP. Request that you pull that circuit breaker and leave the switch in PRIMARY.

079:50:10 LMP
Okay. Yes, that's the way we were doing it before. I'll pull the POWER AMP CP, and then I'll go back to the first stage and put the POWER AMP to PRIME.

079:50:22 CC
That's correct; that should be changed back to PRIME. And that's - That's it.

079:50:42 CDR
Good work, Vance.

079:50:46 CC
Thank you.

079:51:00 LMP
RESET, OFF and LOW. Okay. Lighting bus off; EXTERIOR LIGHTING is off. Okay. You want to get your breakers, Jim? We ought to probably go back to that wide deadband.

079:51:24 CDR
Okay. The BUS TIE INVERTERS are coming off the line.

079:51:28 CMP
Yes. Go ahead. Sorry, I put the switch off, that'll kill caution and warning.

079:52:02 CDR
Okay. Let's see. So we're going to lose the ball again.

079:52:06 CMP

079:52:11 LMP
I'll get 16 NOUN 20 up.

079:52:53 CDR
Do you have me move AUTO TRANSFER this time?

079:53:07 CDR
Why do I still have a VHF-A receiver off?

079:53:13 CMP
You don't, do you?

079:53:15 CDR

079:53:16 CDR
Let's give them a call, panel 11.

079:53:19 LMP
Okay, Vance. I'm on - Do you read me now, hot mike?

079:53:23 CC
Roger. Loud and clear, Fred.

079:53:26 LMP
Okay. Jim just noticed we got a VHF breaker in on panel 11 still, I think, that probably should be opened.

079:53:41 CC
Okay. That's affirmative. Pull the VHF-A receiver.

079:53:54 LMP
Okay. Pull it, Jim-

079:53:55 CDR
I Hot it already- Okay. Now, why are we putting the cabin fan on?

079:54:06 CDR
Oh, oh, oh- Oh, yes. Okay.

079:54:23 CDR
Okay. I'm going to Pull inverter l-

079:54:24 LMP
Okay. Not very long since they had the switch off on you, anyway.

079:54:31 CDR

079:54:32 LMP
Roger. - -

079:54:33 CDR
- - but my only question is, I got the CROSS TIE BUS circuit breaker in? Could be - Yes, this one right here.

079:54:50 LMP
Good line. It's on. Because that line is open.

079:55:21 LMP
I'll look over at that caution in a minute.

079:55:53 LMP
Vance, Aquarius.

079:55:56 CC
Roger. Go ahead, Fred.

079:56:01 LMP
Yes. We've managed the first 30 hours or so here without the caution and warning; we don't need to keep it up now, do we?

079:56:27 CC
Okay, Fred. That's one that we're leaving up until the PTC is established. We have a procedure for PTC to try with you, which we're hopeful will work pretty well. And I'll read that up as soon as you get what you're doing now done.

079:56:43 LMP

079:56:44 CDR
why don't you go ahead, and I'll set this PTC procedure. It's by the photo log, and I'll just get that.

079:57:05 LMP
And one other question, Houston. You really want to pull the ASA breaker? You want to give up the AGS probably for good now, huh?

079:57:33 CDR
Houston, I'm standing by to copy the PTC procedures

079:57:39 CC
Okay. I'll get back vith you on your question in a minute, Fred. New, here comes the PTC procedure. Step 1, GUIDANCE CONTROL to PGNS; two MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD; VERB 76, ENTER; maneuver to PTC attitude; and that incidentally is roll 0, pitch 90, and present yaw. We realize you can't monitor that on your FDAI, but you can on a verb, with a VERB 16 NOUN 20.

079:58:20 CC
With me?

079:58:40 CDR
Roger. GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS; MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD, VERB 76, ENTER; maneuver to PTC attitude which is roll 0, pitch 90, and yaw, which is the present yaw. Is that correct?

079:58:54 CC
That's correct. Okay. Next. Mode - at - When you're established at the attitude, MODE CONTROL AUTO. Key in VERB 16 NOUN 20 to monitor rates; when less than 0.1 degree a second, rate in all - in each axis, then disable plus-X thrusters. Okay. Next VERB 25, NOUN 07, ENTER; 1257, ENTER; 252, ENTER; 1, ENTER; VERB 77, ENTER; VERB 48, ENTER; put in the DAP 22110 and PROCEED; VERB 34, ENTER; then VERB 16, NOUN 20; and monitor rates. On rates less than 0.01 degrees per second in all axis: VERB 76, ENTER; MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD; then 30 clicks of right yaw to start the maneuver. Over.

080:01:48 CDR
Okay, Vance. PTC procedure: GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS; MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD; VERB 76, ENTER; maneuver to PTC attitude; roll 0, pitch 90, yaw 0; my ball now, of course, is inoperative, so I'll have to get that on the DSKY. The 5 is MODE CONTROL, AUTO; 6: VERB 16, NOUN 20, monitor rates; rates less that 1 degree per second in each axis, disable, anc I didn't hear that last part. The next one was VERB 25, NOUN 07, ENTER; 1257, ENTER; 252, ENTER; 1, ENTER; VERB 77, ENTER; VERB 48, ENTER; 22110, PROCEED; VERB 34, ENTER; VERB 16, NOUN 20, ENTEI; monitor rates. Rates less than 0.01 degrees per second in all ax in. VKRH 76, ENTER; MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD; then 30 o-lJoRs of right yaw to stop - to start - rnano-uvor:.;.

080:03:04 CC
Roger. That's correct, Jim. To - to, answer your questions and correct one point, yaw should be your present yaw, whatever it is, and that's up with roll 0, pitch 90, present yaw. The other thing is, you said disable and you didn't hear the rest. That's [???] finally, [???] DAP loading.

080:03:48 CDR
Roger. Now, to maneuver to TTC roll 0, pitch 90 and yaw is - and pitch is here, roll is here. Yaw - whatever yaw we have in. Okny, Vance. In our initial maneuver to PTC attitude, I am going to have to use - to display 16 20 and 1'll have to use the TTCA to get there.

080:05:01 CC
Jim, Roger. Your use of the TC - TTCA and just a reminder that in maneuvering that - that - that roll is in R3 and yaw is in Rl.

080:05:17 CDR
That's affirm. And I'm going to take out roll first to get it zero and then I'm going to take care of pitch.

080:05:24 CC

080:06:07 CDR
Okay. GUIDANCE CONTROL, PGNS; MODE CONTROL to ATT HOLD. VERB 73 clears. Okay. We've got to get that out. ... it stopped moving.

080:06:54 CDR
Here we go.

080:07:32 CDR
... the battery.

080:08:27 CDR
Do you know what the plus-X thrusters are?

080:08:41 CDR
Yes, okay. I just wanted to make sure you do. I got them over here.

080:08:55 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

080:08:59 CDR
Go ahead.

080:09:01 CC
Okay. A couple of things, Jim. One is that you can use the TTCAs to maneuver, but you're going to save a lot of fuel if you'd try MINIMUM IMPULSE. So, that might be a better recommendation. The other thing is, we'd like to give you a GO before you disable the plus S - X thrusters, and before you do a VERB 76, and MODE CONTROL to ATT HOLD. Over.

080:09:40 CDR
Okay; understand. You want a GO before I - I'm - Of course, I just did a 76, and the MODE CONTROL is in ATT HOLD, at this time. But, this is later on down.

080:10:04 CC
Yes. All we wanted to do was take a look at things before you disabled the plus-X thrusters, and before you go to MIN IMPULSE at the end there - that VERB 76, ENTER; MODE CONTROL, ATT HOLD.

080:10:20 CDR
Roger. Understand. And I'm maneuvering my roll now to zero.

080:10:25 CC

080:10:51 CDR
Yes. Those are the plus-X, right?

080:11:03 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

080:11:07 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

080:11:11 LMP

080:11:12 CC
Go ahead.

080:11:13 LMP
In what fashion did you want us to disable those plus-X thrusters? Just pulling those appropriate TCA breakers, or did you want to actually go in and mask those jets?

080:11:33 CC
Okay, Fred. We didn't explain that. Tle VERB 25, NOUN 07, ENTER sequence does that.

080:11:43 LMP
Okay. I didn't read the whole procedure. Jim just mentioned he wanted to disable plus-X.

080:11:49 CDR
I just did.

080:11:50 LMP

080:12:32 LMP
And, Vance, are you still trying to get me an answer on that - pulling that ASA breaker?

080:12:44 CC
That's affirm, Fred, This - The word here is, pull it.

080:12:53 LMP
Okay. Sure didn't get much work out of the AGS this time.

080:14:43 LMP
It's going slightly.

080:14:45 CDR
So is this one.

080:15:26 LMP
Yes. You got a ways to go in pitch.

080:15:29 CDR

080:15:30 LMP
... 80.

080:16:46 CDR
You want to rest a little bit?

080:16:52 LMP
What time is it, 9:80? Yes. I got about what? I think I got about 10.

080:18:49 CDR
We're now in the hands of tracking.

080:18:52 LMP
Yes. It looks differert than before. 03 08 19 09 IMP Hard to do P37s in the LM. Hard to do a P37 in the LM.

080:19:52 CDR
Well, you can see where - - 03 08 19 55 LMP You almost can see - 03 08 19 57 CDR See Ptolemaeus, Alphonsus - There's Herschel.

080:20:13 LMP
Yes, you can barely see it in the corner there.

080:20:18 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

080:20:23 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

080:20:25 CC
Okay. Just some info. We're working up a procedure for you to use to - to use command module LiOH canisters to connect to your hoses - the outlet hoses in the LM so that, as time passes in the mission, you car continue scrubbing LM atmosphere. And this whole thing requires modifying a kit so that you can attach the home modifying a LiOH canister, so you can attach those to it. So, sometime in the future, we will be coming up to you with that procedure. Second point - Second point is, we're standing by to watch your maneuver for the PTC procedure. Over.

080:21:16 CDR
Okay. I'm in process now, Vance, of maneuvering to zero yaw, 90-degree pitch, using MINIMUM IMPULSE.

080:21:25 CC

080:21:42 LMP
And, Vance, I assume it had also been brought up that we got two extra secondary cartridges - one in each PLSS.

080:21:55 CC

080:22:07 CDR
We ought to start working on that MOD right now.

080:22:13 CC
Yes. Me wish we could send you a kit and it would be kind of like putting a model airplane together or something. As it turns cut, this contraption will look like a mailbox when you get it all put together.

080:22:28 LMP
What do we make it out of, Vance?

080:22:32 CC
One canister with a - -

080:22:35 LMP
- - How about planning a rendezvous procedure?

080:22:38 CC
- - with a plastic roof.

080:22:50 CDR
Just for information, Houston, during - Just prior to going around the Moon, we saw a lot of debris that was floating by us, including some - one rather large piece looked like the wrapping off of a line of some Eort that is - still is with us.

080:23:10 CC
Roger. Copy, Jim.

080:23:16 CDR
Even after our free-return midcourse yesterday.

080:23:24 CC
Okay. We copy that.

080:23:40 CDR
No matter what I do, I can't stop that. Roll either way won't do it.

080:23:49 LMP

080:24:06 LMP
Well, I don't see any way around it, Jim. It sure doesn't seem to be doing much, does it? It won't go down.

080:24:29 CDR
I don't know. I wonder if they tried that in the simulator. I can't seem to get roll to go up. It goes down on me, no matter how I hit the controllers.

080:24:45 CDR
Got pitch zero.

080:24:56 CDR
You can really see a change in rate?

080:24:59 LMP
... jar here, see if it'll couple in roll.

080:25:15 LMP

080:25:26 LMP
There we go.

080:25:45 LMP
That does it.

080:25:54 LMP
I'm glad, too.

080:26:00 CDR
I don't know what caused iL.

080:27:36 CDR
Here we still have 67-percent fuel lcvel. I wonder how come they didn't ... DELTA-V curve?

080:27:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

080:27:59 CDR
Go ahead.

080:28:01 CC
Jim, we don't have any data on your movements right now. How does it look like this procedures going to work out so far as getting an attitude set up, the first part of the procedure?

080:28:19 CDR
Well, Vance, I've been trying to use MINIMUM IMPULSE only attitude control to get my roll and yaw - the roll and pitch, rather. But, with the attitude control only in this configuration, I - I can't command those - the roll the way I want to. So, I had to go to TTCA to get my roll to build up towards zero, it was going - decreasing towards 270. I really don't know what the combination is in the attitude control, that you can get the control to pitch and roll the way you want it to. You've got to use the TTCA.

080:29:00 CC
Roger. Copy.

080:29:04 CDR
I now have both pitch and yaw - or pitch and roll going toward the designated amounts, now passing through 23 degrees in pitch, and I'm going up past 321 degrees in roll. And I am letting go that direction and when I get there, 90 in pitch and zero in roll, I'll go to AUTO and damp the rates.

080:30:00 CDR
Get a little sleep? That's okay.

080:30:28 CDR
We've got to rig up a method of using those lithium hydroxide canisters.

080:30:53 LMP
Okay, Houston. We just got a MASTER ALARM and an ECS light. I take it the partial pressure C02 is - Yes - That's what tripped it.

080:31:15 LMP
There's that mother. 03 08 31 19 cC Aquarius, Houston. Say again.

080:31:20 CDR
All right. CO2. our C02 value is getting high. We had a DPS ECS light and a blinking component light.

080:31:37 CC
Okay. Copy.

080:32:14 CC
Stand by on that PTC 02.

080:32:20 CDR
Say again, Houston.

080:32:41 CDR
Hello, Houston. How do you read? Over.

080:32:43 CC
Okay. Read you loud and clear now, Jim.

080:32:48 CDR
Okay. Did you hear what I just said about the ECS light and the blinking component light?

080:32:54 CC
Okay. We got that and - Stand by 1.

080:33:01 CDR

080:33:17 LMP
Not much.

080:33:34 CDR
Jack, we might have to have you rig up this CO2 rig they're talking about.

080:33:42 CC
Go ahead. Houston. Over.

080:33:43 CMP
Oh! We've got a long ways to go.

080:33:47 CDR
Go ahead.

080:33:49 CC
Okay, Jim. We're going to have to get back with you in a couple of minutes on whether Or not we switch over at this time to your other canister. Second point, it might help in setting up this PTC if you concentrate on roll first, and get that going; and then work on pitch, when roll is established, and sort of take whatever yaw you get.

080:34:21 CDR
Okay. Vance, I tried that but when I start doing roll only I get pitch coupled in with it. But both of them rolling up toward this desired amount, though. I'm up to 46 and in pitch and 326 in roll.

080:34:42 CC
Okay. Understand you've tried it.

080:34:55 CDR
Once I get roll zeroed, I don't think it'll be too bad.

080:35:53 SC

080:36:01 CDR
So what did they put on my LEVA?

080:36:15 LMP
Oh, boy.

080:36:23 CMP

080:36:25 LMP
No. He didn't want it. There she goes, gang. The Moon.

080:36:40 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

080:36:45 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

080:36:46 CC
Okay, Jim. Since the first recommendation on how to maneuver PTC didn't work out, we have another one. And you might try this. Put yaw at zero, then start the roll, and the pitch after that.

080:37:27 LMP
Vance, do you read?

080:37:29 CC
Yes. I do now. Go ahead.

080:37:33 LMP
Okay. You guys just tell me what sort of material you had in mind to build this mailbox out of, and Jack and I will go to work on trying to construct that thing. Assume we'll use the space-age baling wire or the gray tape?

080:37:51 CC
That's affirm. We have a lengthy procedure here; but, in short, you use plastic as a covering for the whole thing. You put some kind of a stiffener at the top so the plastic doesn't suck against the L0I - LiOH enter - entrance side. You'll - You need gray tape to stick the whole thing together, and you need something like a sock to put in the - the bottom so that the outlet side is plugged up. As it turns out, the flow is rather U-shaped through the cartridge, Fred. It if you plug up the bottom, it comes in one side ' of the top and goes out the other.

080:38:45 LMP
Okay. (Sigh) Hold on a minute. Let -Let us go get a cartridge and with it in hand, I'll speak to you some more.

080:39:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

080:39:03 CDR
Okay, Vance. Go ahead.

080:39:06 CC
Okay. Really, I think we should give you a more detailed procedure on that; and, in general, those are the materials that are to be used, but let us get back with a detailed procedure on how to make this cartridge arrangement work.

080:39:27 LMP

080:39:38 CDR
And to answer your question about PTC, Vance, it's rather difficult to use yaw in zero right away. So what I'm doing, yaw is working toward zero, right now. Pitch, is working toward 90, and roll is working toward - zero. So, we - We're just going to take some time to get there, that's all.

080:40:08 CC
Roger. Quite a bit of noise now. I understand you're still having a problem .getting there the PTC.

080:40:19 CDR
We are getting there slowly.

080:40:21 CC

080:40:42 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Let's try FORWARD OMNI.

080:41:38 LMP
i don't know, it looks ...

080:41:47 LMP
I don't know, it locks that way.

080:42:41 LMP
Okay, Houston. How do you read, now?

080:42:56 LMP
Houston, how do you read? 03 08 42 57 cC Loud and clear, now. Go ahead.

080:43:02 LMP
Okay. I switched to FORWARD OMNI, now.

080:43:05 CC
Roger. ...

080:43:07 LMP

080:43:53 CDR
They're ... off. They can't stop pitch.

080:43:57 LMP

080:44:00 CDR
That would only use fuel.

080:44:06 CDR
... and stick it around that way.

080:44:30 CDR
Must have the wrong thing, there.

080:45:52 LMP
Oh, yes. That was pretty.

080:46:53 LMP
That didn't sound very good.

080:47:05 CMP
Yes, hang on to that.

080:49:01 CDR

080:49:31 CDR
They're a hell of a long ways away.

080:49:33 LMP

080:49:38 CDR
Yes, we're not moving that fast to Earth.

080:49:40 LMP
Not yet.

080:49:59 LMP
Hey, we're already ... this time, huh?

080:50:02 CMP

080:50:05 LMP
... to the trajectory.

080:50:08 CDR

080:50:09 LMP

080:50:10 CDR
Yes, I've been trying to get roll out. Roll to zero. Just go ahead to zero, I'm going to put it in ATT HOLD. Then it'll take out yaw, leaving pitch the way it is; then we're going to pitch down.

080:50:48 LMP
We've got to think about when we have to start changing that canister.

080:50:55 LMP
Fifteen even.

080:50:57 CDR

080:50:59 LMP
... to 15.

080:51:00 CDR
What is it right now?

080:51:02 LMP
Nothing. We're not reading anything.

080:51:07 CDR
Well, that's the one they wanted you to leave in.

080:51:10 LMP

080:51:14 CDR
It's in. That's how it triggers the - Okay Jack. I'm going to push in on this thing to stop it.

080:51:35 CMP

080:51:51 LMP
That just turned the MASTER ALARM back on. Now that it's on steady, I'll leave it on. I can't understand why I got a power - Oh, I know That's right. ... That reading is correct.

080:53:03 CDR
Yaw. I'm going the wrong way though, aren't I?

080:54:32 LMP

080:54:54 LMP
Okay. What we're going to do. Jack, ... over there ...

080:55:19 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

080:55:25 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

080:55:26 CC
Jim, it looks pretty good except that the pitch is going out in the wrong direction, now. Over.

080:55:37 CDR
I concur. What I'm going to do is get roll to zero and I'm trying to bring yaw into zero and as soon as I get those two pretty well matched up, then I'm going to take the pitch and try to pitch it down.

080:55:49 CC

080:57:33 CDR
Okay. Now I've got pitch going down; I've got roll almost zero and yaw is almost zero.

080:57:42 CC
Okay. Copy, there, Jim.

081:01:26 CDR
Houston, what's an acceptable pitch attitude, that you'll take?

081:01:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

081:02:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

081:02:17 CDR
Roger. What's the acceptable pitch attitude that we can have for PTC? I can go into AUTO any time now, I'm looking at 118 degrees in pitch, practically zero roll, and about 40 degrees of yaw.

081:02:31 CC
Ninety degrees pitch.

081:02:37 CDR
I'm looking at ll8 degrees of pitch.

081:02:48 CC

081:03:06 CDR
I'm trying to talk to them.

081:03:09 CC
Stand by a minute, Jim. The pitch is the important thing, but - but stand by 1.

081:03:19 CDR
Okay. It's corning down. What's that? Well, I guess I'd better eat something. Hey, this one has some of that candied jelly ... you know, we've gone a hell of a long time without any sleep. I said we've gone a hell of a long time without any sleep.

081:03:47 CDR
We'll have to start thinking about getting the ... back to sleep again because - I know - I - I didn't get hardly any sleep last night at all.

081:07:16 CMP
Hey, Fred? These jettison bags with the - are real airtight stuff, if you want to use them for wrapping for a lithium hydroxide bag or something like that.

081:07:33 LMP
Yes, this stuff is really tight.

081:07:46 CDR

081:10:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

081:10:16 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

081:10:17 CC
Okay, Jim. Would you stable your - stabilize your rates here at the attitudes you're at now and go ATT HOLD. Over.

081:10:29 CDR
Okay. Will do. I'm now at 103 degrees - 106 degrees pitch, and 2.5 degrees roll.

081:10:36 CC

081:11:04 LMP

081:11:06 CDR

081:12:16 CDR
... mine are ... Hey, 1 got you a clean one.

081:12:22 LMP

081:12:23 CDR
Last one's in the trash bag. Oh, I thought - if you wanted a ..., you'll have to use the lithium hydroxide ...

081:13:18 CDR
Okay, Houston. Are you monitoring my angles? It appears that it might be less then 1 degree per second.

081:13:30 CC
Stand by. We'll check them, Jim.

081:14:29 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

081:14:34 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

081:14:36 CC
Jim, that's affirm. We're monitoring and you're almost there, but we'd like to let them stabilize a little bit longer. Over.

081:14:48 CDR
Okay. We'll -We'll just hold.

081:14:51 CC
And if - if you can now go into your eat period or do something else while the rates are stabilizing, why, we recommend you relax somewhere and get some chow.

081:15:07 CDR
Right-o. We'll do that.

081:18:03 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

081:18:08 CDR
Go ahead.

081:18:10 CC
Okay, Jim. Looks like your rates are damped sufficient. Recommend that you go ahead with the VERB 25, NOUN 07, ENTER bit on down through the VERB 34, ENTER, and then wish you'd stand by for us to look at it again before you go beyond that. Over.

081:18:36 CDR
Okay, Houston. I'll go through VERB 25, NOUN 07 down through VERB 34 ENTER, and I'll stand by.

081:18:47 CC

081:19:46 CDR
Okay, Houston. That's complete. 03 09 19 55 cc Roger. Houston copies, and we'll - -

081:19:58 CDR
You ... monitor our rates?

081:19:59 CC

081:20:08 CC
We - -

081:20:09 CDR
You want to monitor the rates; we're 16 20.

081:20:12 CC
Roger. That's the way it should be done, and we're standing by for the rates to damp out some more.

081:20:21 CDR

081:20:51 CMP
How you coming?

081:20:56 CDR
Oh, we're taking stock of how much we got there, maybe sort of think about rationing some of it. I mean just to make sure we've got enough to last us and that we get enough water out. I'd hate to run out of water on the last day. Take a look and see how much we got, and fill them up and just hold them there. Yes, and I'll tell you the stuff that's good to eat now will be the candies, the sandwich spreads. Maybe the freeze - the dehydrated stuff. If you have to rehydrate it, it'd be kind of difficult. No, wet packs are good.

081:22:24 CDR
As a matter of fact, we might use those little - Well, how about the PLSSs?

081:22:34 CDR
Yes, I know, but I mean the PLSSs are bombs, too.

081:22:39 CMP

081:22:41 CDR
We're damping rates.

081:22:44 CMP

081:22:47 CDR
Well, maybe we ought to use the OPS first.

081:25:57 CDR
You guys moving around?

081:26:07 CDR

081:27:25 CC
Apollo 13, Houston. Over.

081:27:30 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

081:27:32 CC
Jim, just a reminder. Any waste water dumped at this point would really jiggle up the PTC preparation, so request you save that until we're spun up. Over.

081:27:49 CDR
Right. I don't think we're doing any.

081:27:52 CC
No. No, I don't think so, but I just wanted to make sure you were aware of it - I thought you were.

081:28:03 CDR
We're saving all the water we can.

081:30:12 CMP
... for a minute?

081:30:16 CDR
With the new space we're ... We've just about slowed down. You're damping right.

081:31:53 LMP
There she is.

081:32:34 LMP
And, Houston, Aquarius.

081:32:39 CC
Houston. Go ahead.

081:32:43 CMP
Okay, Vance. A couple of items we uncovered for that cartridge MOD. One is the special dust covering bag that we were going to use on the tote bags, that is pretty thick and nonporous; and we went up to the upstairs kitchen and drained water a couple of more times, and made up a whole bunch of drink bags, again; and from the pantry, we retrieved a fairly large - enclosed - enclosure made of plastic that those drink bags are in that I think we can scissor and also make do for a cover, taping it on, if that's appropriate.

081:33:34 CC
Okay. Jack Lousma here has a refined version of the procedure on how to make these the easy way, and I think before too long he ought to be reading that up to you. If - -

081:33:52 CMP

081:33:53 CC
It's not time critical to get this up to you. It's just that, before you get too far in assembling these on your own, we'd kind of like to give you the benefit of experience down here.

081:34:10 CMP
Okay. Who - Who built them back there.

081:34:17 CC
Tony did some of it, and Jack's been working on it, too. So we've had a big effort on it.

081:34:27 CMP

081:34:37 CC
We would encourage you to wait until tomorrow to receive that procedure, but we can send it up sooner, if you insist. Over.

081:34:47 CMP
No, that's all right, Vance. Before we have to worry about that I guess we got another primary and three secondaries to go through.

081:34:58 CC
That's right.

081:35:18 CMP
You know, sometimes those cartridges have - I guess they rejuvenate.

081:35:29 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

081:35:32 LMP
Man, that's a wicked low pressure down there. I wish I was on it. (Laughter).

081:35:44 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

081:35:47 LMP
... up ... 03 09 35 49 GDR Go ahead, Houston.

081:35:50 CC
Okay, Jim. Your rates are once again looking good so we can continue on with the rest of this procedure. Request you go ahead with the VERB 76 ENTER, and MODE CONTROL to ATT HOLD, and then the last step, 30 clicks yaw right.

081:36:13 LMP
Jets are firing again.

081:36:18 CDR
Okay. I'll do a VERB 76 ENTER with the MODE CONTROL ATT HOLD and then 30 clicks of right yaw to set the maneuver.

081:36:26 CC

081:36:31 CDR

081:36:36 CDR
There's your VERB 76, ENTER. MODE CONTROL to ATT HOLD. Now you want me to do 30 clicks of right yaw?

081:36:58 CDR
Vance, did you say for me to hold on the right yaw or do you want me to start it now?

081:37:04 CC
No, no need to hesitate, you can start now.

081:37:10 CDR

081:37:20 CC
After you get that going, then we'll think about powering down the PGNS.

081:37:39 CDR
Okay. There were 30 clicks of right yaw.

081:37:43 CC
Okay. We'd like to look at it for just a little while before we power down the PGNS, so stand by.

081:38:00 CDR
Understand you're planning to power down the PGNS?

081:38:06 CC
Right. We want to get the amps down.

081:38:09 CDR

081:38:10 LMP
... finish ...

081:38:19 LMP
That's bad news.

081:38:20 CMP
Take 26 pictures of you?

081:38:23 LMP
Why not?

081:38:29 LMP
You want to bring all the film back empty?

081:38:38 CMP
I'd like to just ... and shoot it.

081:39:10 CDR
Well, that means I've got to -

081:39:14 CMP
Hey, let me see if I can get this started here.

081:39:18 LMP

081:39:37 LMP
Hey, Jim.

081:39:40 CDR
Yes, we'll probably get there ...

081:41:39 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request AFT 0MNI.

081:41:54 LMP
You got it, Vance?

081:41:56 CC
Roger. That did it. Thank you.

081:42:27 CMP
Gad, there's Ptolemaeus and Alphonsus.

081:42:30 LMP
Yes, sure enough.

081:42:32 CMP
See them right over the edge.

081:43:11 CMP
Here, let me shoot a few pictures of the old Moon here.

081:43:15 CDR
Yes (cough) Which ones ... Did you put it back?

081:43:19 LMP

081:43:21 CDR
Looks like we got ... to do with Earth? Ptolemaeus ? 03 09 43 24 LMF We need it to aline again.

081:43:42 CMP
You don't think that burn was enough, do you?

081:43:43 LMP
Was that a midcourse? The RCS is worse.

081:43:50 CDR
The RCS ... attitude.

081:44:29 LMP
...ought to come up the side. Then, you got us in the right plane, Jim. We're in the right plane. We're pointed off and we'll swerve on again with the Earth, Moon, and Sun.

081:44:52 CDR
In another respect, it might be easier to get a -

081:45:05 LMP
Look in the rear detent now. Goto -

081:45:15 CMP
How's that?

081:45:17 LMP

081:45:19 LMP
Oh, that's right. That blasted service -command module is back there. Scratch that one. That one?

081:45:33 CDR
It's not much better. Okay, let's go this one.

081:45:38 LMP
Keep the ...

081:45:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

081:45:46 CDR
Go ahead.

081:45:47 CC
Jim, we have some status information for you, if you're ready to copy on a piece of scratch paper.

081:45:58 LMP
Stand by, Vance.

081:45:59 CC

081:46:04 CDR
We are ready for you.

081:46:06 LMP
Put that away and get some status paper here.

081:46:11 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

081:46:13 CC
Okay. First, midcourse correction will probably be at GET 104 hours, and all we look for is a 4- to 6-feet-per-second DELTA-V. Okay. That's the first item. Now, I will give you a rundown on consumables. Okay. In the LM, you have 1498 - that is 1 4 9 8 amp-hours remaining. That means over 61 hours you'd - That would average out to 24.5 amps. We expect that, after powerdown, that you will use 1 4 or 14 amps per hour, and that would leave a reserve of 500 amp-hours at the end of the mission. Are you with me?

081:47:29 CDR
Roger. We're with you.

081:47:30 LMP
I saved my - number was yesterday.

081:47:33 CC
Okay. In the LM, you have - -

081:47:36 CDR
We're with you.

081:47:37 CC
Roger. In the LM, you have 215, that is 2 1 5, pounds of water, usable. That would average out over 61 hours to 3.5 pounds per hour available. Okay.

081:48:15 CC
Okay. And after you power down, we expect that you will be using water at the rate of 3.2 to 2.7 pounds - That's at 14 amps per hour electrical usage rate. One note, this does not - When we speak here of water available, this does not include CSM water and PLSS water, so that's added on. Okay, next, LiOH. Using the CSM cans, you will have 16 cans at 12 hours per can to give you 19 2, or 192 hours, of LiOH. And, in the LM, using its cans, you have 44 hours remaining.

081:49:29 CDR
Vance, is that with the PLSS secondaries?

081:49:34 CC
That's affirm. That's affirm. That includes PLSS secondaries.

081:49:47 CC
Okay; oxygen. You have remaining 44 pounds in the LM. At a usage rate of 0.36 pounds per hour, that leaves you 120, or 12 0, hours of oxygen. Okay. Next, RCS. RCS A stands at 6 2 percent and B at 6 2 percent. We only expect 2 percent to be used for the PTC, so you're in good shape for RCS. Next, DPS DELTA-V. You have 1190 feet per second remaining. And, finally, CSM EPS We estimate that you have 99 amp-hours. That's an estimate. And that's it. Over.

081:51:19 CDR
Okay. I copy.

081:51:24 CC
Okay. And just a question. It would be interesting to hear from Jack to see if he thinks that main B bus is good. If he has any idea of how if whether it's good or not, this would influence our steps in the future; for example, we might want to try to test main B to see if it is in fact, good so that we'd know how to set switches for entry.

081:52:00 CDR
Roger. Just a minute. They want to know whether you think main bus B is any good for the command module.

081:52:14 CDR
Vance, while Jack's got on the loop let me pose the question of how we're planning on doing this midcourse, if we are going to power down the PGNS.

081:52:27 CC
Would you stand by on that, Jim? We'd like to give you a procedure for that later on.

081:52:34 CDR
Get a midcourse at 104 hours. He's going to give us a procedure for that later on.

081:52:48 CC
In short, Jim, we don't expect any problem, but we'll explain further later on.

081:53:00 CDR

081:53:02 CC
Deke says get a night's sleep. He says you've been working hard, and you ought to relax a little bit and be ready for tomorrow.

081:53:17 CMP
Vance, this is Jack.

081:53:19 CC
Go ahead, Jack.

081:53:23 CMP
Okay. Let me give you my observations on main bus B. Things happened pretty fast there, and we first heard the impact or explosion or whatever caused it, I'm not sure. The next - About second later, there was a MASTER ALARM which was the MAIN BUS B UNDERV0LT. I looked at the voltage, and the voltage was good at his time so I'm suspecting it was a spike. Fuel cell 3 was also good, with good flow. However, Fred, at that point, was coming into the command module and got over into his seat. At that time, we shortly had an AC BUS 2 light about the time he got into his seat. He looked at the It, however, - and the fuel cell flows were ZERO. I'm kind of suspecting that perhaps we do have a MAIN - a current MAIN BUS B. But that's merely a guess. I never did try to reset it. We were having other problems with the MAIN BUS A, having an UNDERVOLT and a few other things like that. I'd kind of like to hear what your feelings are down there.

081:54:55 CC
Well, Jack, we copy your information. And we'd like to hold off because we're still working the problem. So we'll have to give you information later.

081:55:14 CC
Thank you.

081:55:23 CC
Aquarius, request AFT 0MNI.

081:55:37 CMP
Vance, are you back with me?

081:55:40 CC
Roger. We're with you.

081:55:44 CMP
Okay. We lost lock there. We switched OMNIs. Just for my own - kind of to get my thoughts in order, I'd kind of hear what - I'd like to hear what kind of entry you're planning. EMS or PGNS or what?

081:56:02 CC
Okay. PGNS entry is being planned, and people are at work on checklist changes and that sort of thing.

081:56:14 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

081:56:17 CC
And - we'll - We'll give you the CSM stuff tomorrow, but basically we expect that main bus B is good and we're going to work up a procedure to test it.

081:56:32 CMP
Okay. Those are my thoughts, too.

081:56:34 CC
But - -

081:56:36 CMP
You think main bus B is good, don't you?

081:56:39 CC
That's affirm. We think it is, but. we want to check it out anyway. We think you guys are in great shape all the way around. Why don't you quit worrying and go to sleep.

081:56:51 CMP
Oh, that - That's our boss, Deke.

081:56:58 CDR
Well, I think we just might do that - or part of us will.

081:57:25 CMP
I mixed up. How many more of those - Are we hot mike? - -

081:57:28 CDR

081:57:36 CMP
Yes, I'm mixed up. You had 15? I mixed up seven more. So we got 22. By the way, there's still some water that's - it's not enough pressure to mix up another drink, but there is some water out of there, if you want to get some water out of the drink cup.

081:57:59 LMP
That's good; I could use some.

081:58:00 CMP
We ought to use that oxygen up and not waste it (Cough)

081:58:17 CDR
You monitoring right now?

081:58:23 CMP
Yes. Just stand by.

081:58:25 CDR
What'll it take to...

081:58:29 CMP

081:58:30 LMP
You only got two ... there, so ...

081:58:34 LMP
I will.

081:58:49 CMP
You wouldn't believe it, but I'm now in commandd of the LM. Okay. Vance, I'm probably the only CMP that's ever witnessed a DPS burn sitting on the ascent engine head.

081:59:33 LMP
Did you get some? Is there any coming out still? They didn't answer. I think we made it. How's this working out?

081:59:52 CDR
Okay. No problem.

081:59:55 CMP
They are, huh? How are we going to get an alinement?

082:00:03 CDR
We'll pull one out someways, I guess. We've gotta watch that one right there.

082:00:18 LMP
It's decreasing now. It'll - it'll - It's cold. I noticed that in the command module. It'll wobble.

082:00:51 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

082:00:59 LMP

082:01:02 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

082:01:04 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

082:01:08 CDR
Roger. Are you planned to set up here very shortly - a powerdown procedure?

082:01:15 CC
That's affirmative, if you'll take out your contingency hook and turn to page Power 6. Over.

082:01:23 CDR
Roger. Stand by. Contingency Power 6. Get the book over here. Contingency Power 6.

082:01:33 LMP
Well, I hope this ...

082:01:37 CC
And while you're doing that, let's put ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, switches to MODE CONTROL.

082:01:50 CDR
All three ATTITUDE CONTROL switches have been in MODE CONTROL.

082:01:53 CC
Okay. And when you get to Power 6, you ought to see a circuit breaker page, panel 11.

082:02:03 CDR
Have a pencil? Let's see it - thank you.

082:02:12 CDR
Okay. I have Power 6, panel 11.

082:02:17 CC
Okay. On Power 6, panel 11 - The top three rows, configure them as you see them.

082:02:31 CDR
Okay, now, Jack ... We have put the TCAs in for the previous procedure. Do you want those out, now?

082:02:48 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. Pull them out. TCAs open.

082:02:54 CDR
Okay. I'm changing those to ... back again. First three rows. And you're pulling the ATCA PGNS, huh?

082:03:04 CC
That's affirmative. Pull ATCA PGNS open.

082:03:11 CDR
Okay. I've done that.

082:03:20 CC
Okay. Are you ready for the fourth row?

082:03:25 CDR

082:03:27 CC
Okay. Now when we get in the fourth row, we're going to open the IMU OPERATE circuit breaker; and what that means is that we're going to lose the capability to watch your CDUs, so we're not going to be able to see your attitude. Therefore, we will not be able to advise you on which antenna to select for communications. The way we want you to handle that is to turn the LM UPLINK SQUELCH off, and when you hear the noise, switch antennas. We'll be able to see you switch antennas, and it's going to take us about 3 to 5 minutes to establish a lockon again after you switch. After each time that you switch antennas, we will initiate a voice check. And basically when you see the Earth out the window, you can be on FORWARD antenna, and when the Moon's up in the window use the AFT antenna. You copy?

082:04:41 CDR
Okay. We're going to pull the IMU OPERATE circuit breaker, so you won't be able to see our attitude. Therefore, you won't tell us how to switch antennas and we'll enable the - I will turn the - up the SQUELCH OFF so that when we start getting any static, we'll switch antennas and as a thumb rule we could use - with the Earth forward, we use the FORWARD antenna and when we see the Moon we use the AFT antenna.

082:05:12 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. In other words, we're leaving the antenna switching up to you, and after you switch antennas it's going to take 3 to 5 minutes for us to establish a lockon again, and we'll initiate a voice check. And I'm ready to go on panel 11, row 4.

082:05:34 CDR

082:05:36 CC
Okay. On row 4, under HEATERS RCS SYSTEM A/B-1: open QUAD 1 through 4; under ECS, the only change is - under GLYCOL PUMP close AUTO TRANSFER; under COMM, the only change is: open VHF A RECEIVER, open COMMANDER AUDIO; under PGNS, the only change is: close and leave closed IMU STANDBY circuit breaker, so we can have heaters. Read back.

082:06:30 CDR
Okay. On row 4, we're going to open all four of the heaters - the RCS SYSTEM A and B - the first four circuit breakers. We're going to close the AUTO TRANSFER. We're going to open the VHF A RECEIVER and the COMMANDER AUDIO. And we're going to close the IMU STANDBY. The LGC DSKY and the IMU OPERATE will be open.

082:07:05 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. All other breakers in that row are as you see them in the checklist. And on row 5, the only change is that we want you to, under EPS, open ASCENT ECA CONTROL. Over.

082:07:25 CDR
Roger. I think we already have that opened - ASCENT ECA CONTROL is probably already open.

082:07:36 CDR
Okay. So let me confirm. We'll have one COMM system, that will be the LMP system, and we'll have to do our own antenna switching; therefore, we'll have to wait about - Okay, why don't you switch? Aft antenna.

082:08:04 CDR
We'll have to wait for you to get a lockon again. Is that correct?

082:08:14 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. You'll be working off of the LMP's panel over there.

082:08:22 CDR
Okay. What else do you have for me?

082:08:24 CC
Okay. Panel 16, that's on page Power-7. Top row, the only change is: under RCS SYSTEM B, open PQGS/DISPLAYS. Over.

082:08:50 CDR
Okay. I may go over this with you, Jack, be- cause this checklist I as been written over two or three times now on our various procedures. Top row, the first two are open, the next three are closed, and we're going to open now the QUAD TCA's 1, 2, 3, 4; CR0SSFEED will be closed. and the TEMP/PRESS DISPLAYFLAG will be opened, and we're going to open up the PQCS, MAIN SOV will be closed, and the ... will be opened.

082:09:26 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. And there's no change to the second row. Over.

082:09:38 CDR
Okay. Again let me go through this with you. The first four are going to be closed. The next sev - eight will be - the next nine will be open from LOGIC POWER B through DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE. How about the CWEA? Is that going to be closed?

082:10:08 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. We want the next five closed.

082:10:15 CDR

082:10:16 CC
Okay. In the third row, under COMM: DISPLAY, open; SE AUDIO, closed; VHF A TRANSMITTER, open - That's a change - VHF B RECEIVER, open; PRIMARY S-BAND, POWER AMPLIFIER, open: TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER, closed; S-BAND ANTENNA, open; PMP, closed; TV, open. Under ECS: DISPLAYS, open; GLYCOL PUMP SECONDARY, open; LGC PUMP, open; CABIN FAN CONTROL, open; CABIN REPRESS, closed; and all the next four closed also. Read back.

082:11:12 CDR
Okay. We have DISPLAY, open; SE AUDIO, closed; VHF A TRANSMITTER, open; VHF B RECEIVER, open; POWER AMP's going to he open; TRANSMITTER/ RECEIVER, closed; S-BAND ANTENNA, open; PMP, closed; TV, open; DISPLAY is open; next three are open; CABIN REPRESS, closed; and all the rest closed.

082:11:36 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. And in row 4, under HEATERS, we want them all - Correction - we want all the QUAD HEATERS open. Correction - we want all the QUAD HEATERS closed.

082:11:53 CDR
All the - -

082:11:54 CC
We want DISPLAY, open; S-BAND ANTENNA, closed - to avoid a MASTER ALARM, CAMERA - SEQUENCE CAMERA, open; And under EPS, we want DISPLAYS, open; DC BUS VOLT, closed; INVERTER 2, open; ASCENT ECA, closed; ASCENT ECA CONTROL, open; DESCENT ECA, closed; DESCENT ECA CONTROL, closed; TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE, close; we want the CROSS TIE BUS, open; the BAL LOADS, closed; BAT FEED TIEs, closed. How do you read?

082:12:46 CDR
Okay. The four RCS HEATERS will be closed; DISPLAYs, open; S-BAND ANTENNA, closedd; CAMERA SEQUENCE will be open; DISPLAY will, be open; DC BUS VOLT will be closed; INVERTER 2 open; ASCENT ECA will be closed, but the ASCENT ECA CONTROL, open; DESCENT ECA, closed; DESCENT ECA CONTROL, closed; TRANSLUNAR BUS TIE, closed; and CROSS TIE BUS, open; and BALANCE LOADS, closed; and the BAT FEED TIEs, closed. I have one question, Jack. On panel - on the second line there under LIGHTING, why are we keeping the FLOODS and TRACK closed? Or are they going to be open?

082:13:33 CC
Negative. We have the LIGHTING breakers all closed. Control the lighting with the switches and rheostats. Over.

082:13:44 CDR
Okay. We don't need the floodlights, I don't think, but we can do it that way, I guess.

082:13:51 CC
And under row 4, under RCS SYSTEMS A/B-2, QUAD HEATERS, you notice that we've closed those circuit breakers, but what we want you to do is to - on panel 3, turn the RCS A/B-2 QUAD switches l, 2, 3, and 4, off. Over.

082:14:28 CC
And we're going to watch your quad temps for you, and when we need to warm them up a little bit, we'll tell you to throw those four switches on - on panel 3.

082:14:43 CDR
Okay. Now are we sure that this PTC mode is good enough so we don't ... get crossed up later and get out of configuration.

082:14:53 CC
Stand by 1 on that, Jim. Okay, Jim, as far as we can tell right now, the PTC looks as good as any PTC we've ever seen in a CSM, so we're going to go with what we've got.

082:15:16 CDR

082:15:18 CC
Okay, and if you turn over the page on Power 8, we have the spacecraft functions remaining to you. We've got low bit rate TM. However, we don't have any VHF. We have CWEA. We have GLYCOL PUMPS. We have SUIT FANS. We have CABIN REPRESS for you, and stand by in ATTITUDE CONTROL here. Okay, in ATTITUDE CONTROL, we'll have hardovers for uses in emergency, and for normal usage we want to have a 15-minute delay to get the heaters on to warm them up before use. How do you read?

082:16:06 CDR
Okay. For emergency, we have the hardovers and for normal use if requires a 15-minute request to get the heaters on.

082:16:16 CC
That's affirmative.

082:16:28 CC
Okay, Jim, that concludes our powerdown procedure, and we're waiting for you to get with it.

082:16:37 CDR
Okay, Jack, we'll start. I sure hate to lose ^ PGNS. I sure hope that procedure for the midcourse is a good one.

082:16:45 CC
It is.

082:16:55 CMP
You want me to help you here?

082:16:57 CDR
Yes, you can -Okay. First we power down, panel 11. All of them open.

082:17:15 CDR

082:17:24 CMP

082:17:56 CDR
Stand by for a MASTER ALARM.

082:17:57 CMP

082:18:12 CDR
Here it comes.

082:18:54 CMP
LTG. You just did it.

082:19:18 CDR
I'll give you this when I'm finished. After we go through this, then you can go through it again and doublecheck it.

082:19:23 CMP

082:20:07 CMP
Now, the flood lights are on, right? No, I kind of don't think we need them though, do you?

082:20:15 CDR
Don't pull those. Give me the - first of all We'll get back there. Those four are close, open, open, ENGINE ARM, open, ...

082:22:36 CDR
Say, Houston; Aquarius.

082:22:38 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

082:22:40 CMP
It will take him a minute to ...

082:22:43 CDR
You're familiar with our particular spacecraft that on panel 16 HEATERS RCS SYSTEMS A and B, QUAD 1 HEATER circuit breaker has been pushed in, and sealed in, and if it's ever pushed out, it's doubtful if we'll ever be able to reset it.

082:23:06 CC
Okay, Jim, on the four QUAD HEATER breakers, we want you to leave them closed. And we'll operate the heaters with the switches on panel 3. Over.

082:23:19 CDR

082:23:27 CMP

082:24:07 CDR
Okay. We'll do it right there.

082:24:11 CDR
Okay. And I'm closing the HEATERS on panel 4, QUAD 1 through 4, OFF.

082:24:23 CC
Okay. It's time for you guys to get to bed and get Fred up.

082:24:33 CDR
(Laughter) I still have one question, Jack. I still think that - I still say that the - on the LIGHTING in our panel 16, the FLOOD lights and the TRACK should be open. We're not using them.

082:24:48 F
Do you have any argument about -

082:24:53 CC
No problem, Jim. Go ahead and open them, TRACK and FLOOD, that's all right.

082:25:03 CMP
Okay, TRACK and FLOOD are OPEN.

082:25:07 CDR
Now, why don't you go through that, Jack, and make sure those - -

082:25:10 CMP

082:25:12 CDR
- - ...

082:25:15 CMP
Okay, I'll take this.

082:25:16 CDR
Okay, Jack, my only other concern now is the COg rise in the spacecraft. I guess you're keeping a handle on that?

082:25:27 CC
That's affirmed, Jinm. We have you up to 10.6 now, and we're willing to go a little higher on that. We have another cartridge and we have a procedure for making the command module cartridge, up. We'll pass that on later.

082:25:42 CDR
Oh, yes. I'm not worried about that. I just wanted to make sure that von - -

082:25:46 CMP
Are they going to - -

082:25:47 CDR
- - that - We just don't want to go to sleep here and forget about the rise in CO2.

082:25:51 CMP
Are they going to use ... - -

082:25:52 CC
Roger. We're watching it for you - -

082:25:54 CDR
Yes, they're getting it ...

082:25:55 CC
- - We have it here. It's now 10.7 and we have a medical go to 15 millimeters.

082:26:03 CMP
That's a new one.

082:26:04 CDR
There's a new first for you.

082:26:19 CC
Okay' Jim, estimate we've got 1 more hour on the primary cartridge, and 6 or 7 hours on the secondary. ' - ' -" - - .

082:26:31 CDR
Okay. Fine. Say, it's a spare, primary cartridge back there, too, isn't it? So that's good for another, how long?

082:27:10 CMP
Yes. Yes. That's yours though, isn't it?

082:27:14 CC
And you're right, Jim. We've got another primary cartridge back there behind the ascent engine cover.

082:27:21 CDR
Right, yes. We know. Thank you.

082:27:43 CMP
Yes, yes, I just -

082:27:51 CMP
Okay. I guess you've done everything right on that panel. Let me check the middle one Yes You powered down and then you leave me. Tell me, I've got it.

082:28:05 CC
Okay, Jack, we just thought it's about time you got a LM checkout. Tape 55/7 Page 371

082:28:16 CMP
But he's giving it to me inert. 01 course, I'm giving him my command module, too, which is rather [???] right now, too.

082:28:32 CC
Well, you've got to walk before you run, you know.

082:36:42 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

082:37:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

082:37:15 CMP
Go ahead. Jack.

082:37:19 CC
Roger. For your information. Jack - -

082:37:20 CMP
You're loud and clear.

082:37:21 CC
- - all of our analysis is based on powerdown to 14 amps, but we're reading on you right now 12.3 and so we're better off than we were in our analysis.

082:37:38 CMP
That sounds good.

082:38:12 CMP
Jack, I thought you were going to get the sleep shift where there wasn't any excitement?

082:38:18 CC
Well, I tried, but I didn't make it. I thought you were supposed to be sleeping now.

082:38:31 CMP
Well, Fred-o is getting something to eat, and Jim is starting to pack out so I'm taking the C0MM here until Fred gets set.

082:38:42 CC

082:39:19 CMP
As I just - Yes, are you ready to take over? Well, he just - he just asked - said he thought I was supposed to be sleeping. And I told him that I was waiting for you to - Okay. You were off the NET when they explained the - But don't they - Can't we monitor our CDU's any more to tell when to switch antennas, so they've just - When they can see it switch - it will take a couple of minutes for tiem to get up. And they'll always make a voice check with you.

082:40:28 CMP
It came out here. I caught it. Okay. Now, are you getting squared away, I'll give you the COMM here. 03 10 41 00 [???] [???] [missed to speakers here]

082:42:12 LMP
Okay, Jack. How do you read?

082:42:17 CC
Hearing you loud and clear, Fred. 0MNI.

082:42:21 LMP

082:42:22 CC
Okay, I heard the - -

082:42:23 LMP
I see you luck out with all the good shifts.

082:42:27 CC
Yes, I got all the good deals. I heard Jack brief you on the COMM mode so, you got any questions about that?

082:42:40 LMP

082:43:06 CC
And how is your PTC going? I heard Jack tell you that we can't see your CDU's. How's it going?

082:43:17 LMP
Well, let's see, ve may be offsetting slightly, the Sun looks like it may be a little higher now. Here comes the Earth by and it looks about the same perspective. I'll have to wait to see the Moon on the other side. Jack. 03 10 43 37 cc okay, Fred, I can't hear you any more on account of the background noise. I assume that - I think I heard Jack tell you what we're going to do about COMM. UPLINK SQUELCH, off. You'll take care of the antennas because we can't see your attitude. We'll give you a voice check when come up. it'll take us 3 to 5 minutes to come up. And to make it astronaut-proof, when you see the Earth, use a forward antenna; when you sec the Moon, use the aft one.

082:44:08 LMP
Yes, that's pretty straightforward. Okay, I see the Earth so I've very wisely shifted to FORWARD.

082:44:17 CC
Good boy.

082:45:09 LMP
Got another battery?

082:45:12 CMP
... really sick. Tape 55/9 Page 373

082:45:14 LMP
Earth will be by over there in a minute.

082:47:24 LMP
And, Jack, you still up? 03 10 47 28 Cc Still here, Fred.

082:47:32 LMP
Okay, when I was upstairs, just a minute ago, 1 noticed what appeared to be some new ventings from down the service module way. I noticed that out window I, and also saw one chunk of metal - loose metal about 4 inches square that was tumbling around - silver in color, and it looked like it had come from somewhere down in the service module.

082:48:04 CC
Okay. You saw some venting out window 1 - -

082:48:05 LMP
And I -

082:48:08 CC
Go ahead.

082:48:10 LMP
Yes, that's where I happened to be looking. The lighting was such that it showed up out there. What reminded me of it was I'm looking out the LM window now and I see a good part of the new star field it's created for us. There are about a thousand little sparklies out here.

082:48:30 CC
Okay, so you're seeing some venting out window 1, and you saw a 4-inch-square piece of loose metal which was silver, and - Are you still seeing the venting or has it zeroed out now?

082:48:48 LMP
I don't know. I left upstairs, I'm down in the LM now, Jack. I guess when Jack goes up he can take a look and let me know. Okay, I'll think about switching aft here directly. I see the Moon, and the Moon looks pretty good, Jack, so I guess our PTC still doing pretty good.

082:49:09 CC
Okay, and we won't have any COMM delay if the PTC stays good.

082:49:32 LMP
Yes, sure enough the Moon is getting smaller.

082:49:37 CC
Good, and we want to ask you another question about the venting. Is this - would you suppose - some new venting or is this venting that you just hadn't - that's been going on all the time, but which you hadn't looked at recently?

082:49:56 LMP
I can't really say. Jack, we've been so tied up down in the LM, I guess we kind of forgot about the other half. But I've been upstairs several times and hadn't particularly noticed any flow by the windows before, so I - my first assumption was that it was some new venting. It really wasn't very heavy.

082:50:23 CC
Okay. Copy. Thank you.

082:50:25 LMP
And Jack's going up to take a look now.

082:50:27 CC
Okay. And for your information, all of our numbers are based on amperage usage of 14 amps. And we're using only 12.3, so we're a little fat on our analysis.

082:50:49 LMP
Very good. Way to be.

082:50:52 CC
And we're in a- -

082:50:53 LMP
I'll tell you, this Aquarius has really been a winner.

082:51:01 CC
Well, that's one of several. And we want to tell you something that I told Jim earlier, and that concerns control. Right now you have control in hardover if you need it, but when we go to some normal control modes, since we have the quad heaters off. We want to have a 15-minute notice for attitude control request. Over.

082:51:35 LMP
Okay, Jack. Offhand, I can't imagine that since we got the platform powered down why we'd need to worry about the instantaneous control. But at any rate, we need 15-minutes warmup with the heaters before we can start using thrusters.

082:51:54 CC
Right. And another thing we've done is to pull your ECS and EPC DISPLAY breakers and so - But we left your CAUTION and WARNING powered up. So if you get ECS-type or EPS CAUTION and WARNING you'll have to power up those meters with the DISPLAY breakers. And we are watching for you your PIPA temperatures, your ASA TEMP, your propellant temperatures except for the DPS propellant, and we're watching your quad temps for you.

082:52:31 LMP
Okay. That's very good, Jack. You're watching them. That's good enough.

082:52:41 CC
And everybody's fine at home El Lago.

082:52:50 LMP

082:52:51 CC
And, Fred, your CO2 is building up. It's at 11.3 on our gage, and we've got a medical buildup to 15 millimeters, at which time we'll switch over to secondary. Looks like we've got plenty of lithium hydroxide, about 192 hours including the CSM cartridges. And as you know, we've got a way to use those. And as soon as we get them written in some good words, why, we'll pass that, along. You might be able to make one.

082:54:13 LMP
Okay. Yes, we'll sure give her a try. And I'm showing onboard about 12-1/2 millimeters of mercury.

082:54:24 CC
Roger. And I have a flight plan update when you get a time to copy it sometime, I'll pass it along. There's no hurry on it.

082:54:35 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1. Jack's back now.

082:54:48 LMP
Okay. Jack just came back and he said it's still coming out; it's only coming out on the commander's side. So he saw it out the same window I did, window 1. And it's between the minus Y and minus Z axis.

082:55:07 CC
Okay. And of course - -

082:55:08 LMP
Jack says it's definitely the service module which was - which was my impression, too.

082:55:14 CC
Okay. So you're sure it's the service module, and, of course, the thing we're interested in knowing, is it something that is residual from before, or is it something new. And if you have any ideas about that, why we'd sure like to have them.

082:55:41 LMP
Yes. Yes, Jack, I'll answer him your question in a minute, but make Jack's first impression here, is that it's not near the [???] that it was right after our mishap. And I'll have to agree with that. I'd say - he said it was a half and I said it was maybe down to a third. And Houston would like to know if you have any impressions as to whether it is still a residual from that or maybe something new.

082:56:25 LMP
I don't know why after I felt that. Yes, I felt it was some new something - new venting, too.

082:57:06 LMP
Okay. Switch to FORWARD OMNI.

082:57:11 CC
Fred-o, if you think it's practical, we're ready to give you some - we're working on some camera settings for pictures of the venting. And, if you have a camera out and ready to go, let us know which one it is so we can get the settings for that camera. What do you think about that?

082:57:30 LMP
Okay. Jack's got the one with the 250-millimeter lens on it. That's the standard EL. And I have a surface camera out that I've been shooting hundreds of Earth/Moon pictures with, camera 1. And we also have the Reseau upstairs that's pretty handy. The command module DC camera. So you can about - -

082:58:00 CC
Okay. I copy that - - 03 10 58 0 1 LMP take your choice, because - -

082:58:04 CC
I copy the 250 millimeter, the Reseau is avail- able, but I didn't get what other one is.

082:58:14 LMP
Okay. I got my Hasselblad surface camera down in the LM here handy, too, camera 1.

083:00:04 LMP
And, Jack, if we're going to do any picture taking out the command module windows, I think we'd better do that pretty quick, or hold up until Jim and Jack get their rest done.

083:00:21 CC
We concur with that.

083:01:23 CC
Okay, Fred, we're not going to bother the skipper up there. We won't be taking any pictures out of the command module window until after rest period.

083:01:34 LMP

083:10:59 LMP
Shifting to FORWARD OMNI.

083:11:44 CC
Okay. Fred, for your information, your CO2 reading onboard is a little higher than what we're reading here on the ground, and so when it gets to 15 on your meter, switch to secondary. And we'd like to get a status about every 30 minutes - we'll give you a call on that. But just to let us know we're still thinking about you, we'd like you to go BIOMED RIGHT, please.

083:12:14 LMP
Okay. Going BIOMED RIGHT. 03 11 13 57 Hey, how do you read me on this COMM mode on S-band?

083:14:03 CC
5 square, Fred. How me?

083:28:03 CC
We're still here, Fred. How's it going?

083:28:11 LMP
Okay. My C02 reading is now just below 13.

083:28:21 CC
Say again what it is.

083:28:25 LMP
It's just - just below 13.

083:28:29 CC
Okay. Just below 13. And just for your information, we've got people working on several subjects. We're working on the midcourse coming up to determine our control system and how to do it with the control system we select, what we should do about the alinement. We've got the LMS and a couple of crews cranked up working on that. And we're also working on our entry, how and when we ought to activate the CSM. And we're working on the CSM systems status. Tomorrow sometime we're going to have a MAIN BUS B checkout, so we've got a lot of people swinging pretty hard here and I've got some f-stop settings for you for the lunar-surface camera. At l/250th, we'd like you to take targets of opportunity. Each picture use three f-stops, because we don't know exactly which one is going to work the best, so use 4, 5.6, and 8 and l/250th for the surface camera. Copy?

083:29:52 LMP
Okay. Use the surface camera at l/250th, 4, 5.6, and 8. And I've been doing quite a bit of shooting at covering two of those numbers in the range 5.6, and 8. I've also been shooting some at 11, so I'll just drop it down a little more. The Moon is still so big and bright there that I got a feeling that the Moon is probably up around the f/8 to f/11 range.

083:30:26 CC
Roger, I didn't catch that last part. Maybe when the C0MM gets a little better you can say it again.

083:30:43 LMP
Okay. How do you read now, Jack?

083:30:45 CC
That's a lot better, Fred.

083:30:48 LMP
Okay, I just said the Moon is still so bright, that I think probably the higher range of f-stops will be better; f/8, maybe even f/11.

083:31:02 CC

083:31:11 LMP
I can just barely, on the left corner of the Moon now, make out the foothills of Era Mauro formation. We never did get to see it when we were in close, there.

083:31:33 CC
Okay. I'm reading on my monitor here, Fred, that you're 16214 miles away from the Moon moving at about 4500 feet per second.

083:31:56 LMP

083:32:21 LMP
From the sounds of all the work that is going on and is still going on, this flight is probably a lot bigger test for the system on the ground than up here.

083:32:41 CC
Yes, you've been - you've been working it out a little bit.

083:32:55 LMP
Yes. I've really got a tough job right now switching OMNIs.

083:33:08 CC
Well, everybody down here is 100-percent optimistic. Looks like we're on the up side of the whole thing now.

083:33:21 LMP
Yes, I guess we had better be in good shape, particularly ourselves, rested for that entry day. I think that is going to be a pretty busy one.

083:33:33 CC
Right, and we're working on procedures for that. Ken's been doing quite a bit of work on getting ready for entry.

083:33:47 LMP
Very good.

083:47:12 CC
How's it going, Fred?

083:47:18 LMP
Okay. Just fine.

083:47:20 CC
Okay. We're considering a midcourse correction at 104 hours - about 20 hours from now - 18 hours from now, and it's only 7 feet per second. The other option is to keep PTC up, since we may not be able to get back into it again, and delay it. So, that's the type of thing we're thinking about, but - just wanted to let you know that you're pretty much right in the middle of the fairway there and our present tracking, with no midcourse, has you - with a Gamma of 7.11 opposed to 6.51. So, you're already in the corridor. You're just a half a degree between the center and the outer limits and we're going to tweek that up.

083:48:15 LMP
Okay. That sounds good.

083:48:20 CC
And - we don't - Well, we think there might have been a misunderstanding earlier on the potable water. Don't worry about drinking water. Drink all you want. There's plenty of it. There's 38 pounds, and the Surgeon recommends that you use some of the fruit juices as well. Over.

083:48:43 LMP
Okay. Yes, we went and - and used the procedure to pressurize surge tank, and Jack and I made up a total of 22 drinks of - drinking water.

083:49:02 CC

083:49:19 CC
And I assume that Jack is up there sleeping now too, right?

083:49:26 LMP
Yes. That's affirm. They're both up there.

083:49:40 LMP
I hate to say it. Jack, but I think our PTC is about to wobble off a little bit. I've noticed that the Earth is coming by somewhat lower in the window and the Moon is going by somewhat higher.

083:49:59 CC
Okay. Understand. PTC, Earth is coming by lower and Moon is coming by higher.

083:50:09 LMP

083:51:58 CC
And, Fred, on this jerry-rigged command module lithium hydroxide canister, what we're going to do is we're going to have to make at least two up and use two at a time - one on each set of hoses. What we'll do is we'll connect one of these jerry-rigged boxes to the red fittings and air will be sucked through the lithium hydroxide and then blown out the blue fitting. And we're also going to, when we do this, remove the LM lithium hydroxide canister from the suit loop, either the primary or the secondary, and we're getting the words together to make it easy to build one of these things, and it looks like it will probably take two guys, so, I think we probably ought to plan to do that later. In addition, we have to go up and get a couple of canisters out of the command module, so it looks like maybe a smart idea would be to delay a little bit and have you build a couple of these later on. What do you think?

083:53:17 LMP
Yes. I agree. Jack. Jack Swigert and I went upstairs earlier and both got a canister, and we were scratching around for some material and thinking about using them, and that's actually why - when we made up all the water to drink because we needed the plastic container that they were housed in in the pantry, and we had that ready to use with some material plus some of the - the extra porous bags that were going to be used for the dump control that we may just cut up and use, too.

083:53:54 CC
Did you come up with a design or - -

083:53:56 CDR
Plus we got lots - -

083:54:00 LMP
No. We just thought we'd see what we had in the way of material and stand by for your word. Of course, we also have lots of stiff-backed cardboard flight data.

083:54:15 CC
Yes. We have decided to use a canister and, you know that the liquid-cooled garment has a bag around it that we think we can use, too, or that we know we can use. We've tried it. So what you have is the - a bag within a bag and inside that is the liquid-cooled garment. The bag that is closest to the liquid-cooled garment is the one we need, and we've got two of them. And then, of course, we've got to use some tape and, as you say, one of the backs to flight data file time line book or something like that, and, just using those materials, we can make this Jerry- rigged canister. So, the bag that we're looking for is the one that is right next to the liquid- cooled garment, and, if we're very careful about where we cut it, we can make a pretty good rig.

083:55:28 LMP

083:55:31 CC
It looks like we'll have to use that bag over again, though, because we only got two of them, and I expect that we'll have to make more than two of these canisters up.

083:55:44 LMP

083:56:35 CC
Fred, in about 4 minutes, we're going to hand you over to a different communications site, and it's going to take us about a minute or so to reestablish uplink, so you can be prepared for that.

083:56:51 LMP
Okay, Jack.

084:00:40 CC
Fred-o, we've handed over now. How do you read?

084:00:46 LMP
Loud and clear. Jack.

084:00:48 CC
Same here.

084:00:56 LMP
In fact, you're coming in a little louder.

084:01:03 CC
Fred, you'll have to say again. Can't read you there. There's too much background noise. Maybe we need a new antenna.

084:01:14 LMP
Okay. I'm on the other 0MNI now. I just said that you're coming in even louder than previously.

084:01:24 CC
Roger. Maybe it's because I'm standing up. You're coming in better now, too.

084:04:46 LMP
And, for your information. Jack, I'm just going to tear into some beef and gravy and other assorted goodies.

084:05:01 CC
I presume that you're doing this with the full permission and - of the commander.

084:05:19 LMP
And this - at this moment, who do you think is the commander?

084:05:31 CC
If I was him, I'd make you sign out everything you ate, so I'd know.

084:05:56 LMP
Well, I'm sneaking inside of the LM where he doesn't have ... Incidentally, this PTC must have some - must have a wobble mode around our X-axis there because now the Moon and Earth are

084:06:18 CC
Good. Let's see if it goes the other way.

084:06:40 CC
These guys down here are saying they knew it all the time.

084:06:56 LMP
Well, that's right. They do good work. Whoever heard of doing a P52 in the LM?

084:08:48 CC
Say, Fred, sometime when you're not too busy chewing on that beef, how about telling us what the CO2 reads?

084:09:03 LMP
Okay, I'm reading 13, 1 3.

084:09:07 CC
Okay. It looks like our reading is getting kind of close to yours.

084:14:39 LMP
Yes. It appears the wobble is going the other way, Jack, because the Earth is now rising and the Moon is starting to get lower in the window.

084:14:52 CC
Roger. Could you give us an LPD number periodically?

084:15:02 LMP
LPD number? Yes, okay.

084:15:09 CC
In fact, if you could give it two or three REVs in a row, why then we could predict where it's going and maybe help us set it up again if we have to.

084:15:22 LMP

084:15:36 LMP
Okay. The center of the Earth has just gone by at an LPD number of 4.

084:15:42 CC
Roger. LPD 4, center of the Earth.

084:20:59 LMP
And the center of the Moon is about LPD 21.

084:21:04 CC
Okay. LPD 21. Is that the center of the Moon, you say?

084:21:11 LMP
That's affirm.

084:22:52 CC
And, Fred, we're doing a little better on our water than we had anticipated. Our numbers were designed for 3.5 pounds per hour; we're using about 3.0, and expect to go a little bit less.

084:23:11 LMP

084:23:32 LMP
When this flight's all over, we'll really be able to figure out what a LM can do.

084:24:02 CC
Maybe it'll make the ...

084:24:09 LMP
If it had a heat shield, I'd say bring it home.

084:27:18 LMP
Okay. The Earth went - just went by about - clear above the LPD index. It was - it was, if it were extended, the number would be minus 6.

084:27:34 CC
Okay. Way up there at minus 6.

084:27:41 LMP
Yes, there's actually no such number. I just extended the line beyond zero which, for a negative rate, is what it would be if there was one.

084:27:53 CC
Right. If minus 6 was there, that's where it would be. Right?

084:28:02 LMP
That's right.

084:28:13 CC
Do you still have that super-dense star field?

084:28:25 LMP
It's still there. I'm looking at it right now. I can look at - the Sun is right behind me, then all these sparklies show up. Yes. It kind of looks like I'm right in the middle of the - of the Milky Way. There are several thousand little sparklies at various ranges out as far as I can see ...

084:29:18 LMP
They're kind of interesting. They're all moving ... and sparkling there. And I can ... - at least I think I can what will occasionally give you a real star from the bunch of sparklies, but it really does break up the capability to pick out a star pattern, particularly through ...

084:29:52 CC
Okay. So far, we haven't identified what the sparklies are and what is venting.

084:30:12 LMP
Yes, I got a ... feeling that we probably won't get any ... until we power up.

084:34:08 CC
How you feeling, Fred?

084:34:16 LMP
Oh, as soon as I chug down this grape drink and grapefruit - orange drink, I think I'll be in pretty good shape.

084:34:38 CC
How much sleep did you get between the burn and the time you got up for this exercise?

084:34:50 LMP
Oh, I'd guesstimate about 4 hours. Jack. Wait a minute, which burn you talking about?

084:35:03 CC
It was the burn we just made. Did you get any sleep between it, and the time you got up for this watch?

084:35:12 LMP
Oh, no. I didn't - I haven't been to bed since all the action the night before, and I went to go to bed for about 4 hours then ...

084:35:22 CC

084:35:38 CC
Well, we're just trying to figure out who's likely to be the most tired up there. You or Jim.

084:35:55 LMP
I think we'll get caught up pretty good in the next couple of days.

084:36:00 CC
Say again.

084:36:04 LMP
Me ought to get caught up pretty good in the next couple of days.

084:38:56 LMP
Okay, Jack. The Earth has started back down. The hack on the LPD there was 1 degree.

084:39:06 CC
Okay. One degree on the center of the Earth.

084:42:13 CC
That was a good TV show you put on the other night, Fred, during LM entry.

084:42:26 LMP
Yes. It would have been an even better one about 10 minutes later.

084:42:50 CC
Yes. Things sure turned to worms there in a hurry after that show.

084:43:12 LMP
Yes. You're right.

084:43:28 LMP
Okay. The center of the Moon now in about minus 2 degrees DELTA-V.

084:43:35 CC
Minus 2 degrees, center of the Moon. 03 12 44 44 CO Charlie said to say hello.

084:44:51 LMP
Who's that?

084:44:53 CC

084:44:58 LMP
Is he still around there?

084:45:16 LMP
Unless my watch is wrong, it says it's almost 2 a.m. back there.

084:45:22 CC
No. That's the bearded one.

084:45:29 LMP
Oh! Okay.

084:46:15 LMP
Hey, tell Charlie that I'll be back down there personally to thank him for this baby.

084:46:28 CC
Sure will. I did.

084:50:21 LMP
Okay. The Earth went by there. Jack, at LPD about 18 degrees.

084:50:28 CC
Roger. We copy 18 degrees for the center of the Earth.

084:53:56 LMP
Okay. The Moon - I'd estimate it up around minus - somewhere 17 to minus 20 degrees LPD.

084:54:07 CC
Okay. Moon's minus 17 to minus 20.

084:55:14 CC
How would you like to spend a week on an air- craft carrier getting back?

084:55:28 LMP
If I can get on an aircraft carrier, I don't care how long it takes. Jack.

084:56:28 CC
They're going to take you by helo to Samoa. You'll spend the night in Samoa, get on a 141, and be at Ellington shortly thereafter.

084:56:46 LMP
Okay. Kind of sounds like the original plans for the ...

084:57:24 CC
Had you worrying that you're going to spend the night on the ship, helo to Samoa and directly to Ellington.

084:57:35 LMP
Very good. 03 12 58 27 LMP Boy, these thrusters are sure

084:58:35 CC
Fred, I'm not reading you. Maybe we'd better wait until we change antennas or unless you can speak up a little louder.

084:58:43 LMP
How do you read now?

084:58:45 CC

084:58:49 LMP
Okay. The thrusters ... and the ... outside ... and they hardly look like they

084:59:12 CC
Gee, I'm sorry, Fred. We're just not reading you right now. Maybe we'll have to wait a little bit.

084:59:20 LMP

084:59:29 CC
Let's try it now. If you can speak up, the background noise has gone down a little bit.

084:59:37 LMP
Okay. How do you read now?

084:59:39 CC
A little better.

084:59:44 LMP
I was just commenting - I've been looking here at the thrusters on quads 1 and 4. We've got a slight discoloration on the outside of the barrel. The nozzles look like they hadn't ever been fired, - like they're brand new. ... of like those skinny things on the interior on the upper nozzle ...

085:00:14 CC
You say the coloration of the thrusters appears they haven't been fired on quads 1 and 4?

085:00:24 LMP
I'm saying all of them look clean again. I guess they've fired so clean that they don't seem to ... at all. ... different color, ... copper, bronze, color of the oxygen cell. They've been fired because I watched them fire. Okay. The Earth's going by at an LPD of 42.

085:00:58 CC
Roger. Copy LPD 42. Is that affirm?

085:01:03 LMP
That's affirm.

085:01:17 CC
And, Fred, that may be why the COMM a little bit degraded, more background noise, because we're getting out of attitude a little bit there.

085:01:28 LMP

085:03:38 LMP
How do you read on AFT OMNI now

085:03:43 CC
I'M reading you, Fred. I've got a lot of background noise. Looks like it might come and go with attitude.

085:03:54 LMP
Yes. I think that's probably - just looking through the command module at you now.

085:04:45 LMP
How do you read now. Jack?

085:04:47 CC
About the same, Fred.

085:04:52 LMP

085:05:08 LMP
Okay. And the Moon just went by at about minus 14 degrees.

085:05:13 CC
Okay, the Moon at minus 14.

085:05:24 LMP
That - that's correct.

085:05:28 CC
Okay. Your landing in - your weather in the landing area, which is about 560 miles south of Samoa, is now predicted to be about 1500, scattered, high broken. Waves are going to be 5 feet, the winds are going to be l5 knots , visibility 10 miles, showers in less than 10 percent of the area, and you will be landing at 08:00 local, roughly.

085:06:04 LMP
Hey, that all sounds pretty good.

085:08:29 CC
Say, Fred, did you get the dope on the Saturn IV impact - S-IVB impact?

085:08:41 LMP
Yes. Just as we came around the corner, Vance, they told us that it hit - I don't recall the position now, but it was a ... impact ... and recorded it on the ... seismometer.

085:09:04 CC
Yes. It impacted 74 nautical miles from the ALSEP, and the passive seismic detected major seismic activity on all long period channels and this was - this activity was dectected for 4 hours afterwards with [???]amplitude. And the impact also was detected by high-energy channels ... The high-energy channel of the SIDE.

085:09:58 LMP
Yes. That ought to add ...

085:11:42 LMP
Okay. The Earth LPD number that time was 32.

085:11:48 CC
Roger. Thirty-two.

085:14:57 LMP
How do you read now. Jack?

085:15:02 CC
I'm reading you, Fred. I've got a lot of background noise, though.

085:15:08 LMP
Jack, I can definitely tell we're moving away from the Moon, now. I got it all in the monocular at one time. We're right over the top of FPA 8 right now.

085:15:23 CC
You're right over the top of what?

085:15:24 LMP
0n a point between it and Censorinus - FPA 8 and - the point halfway between there and Censorinus.

085:15:46 CC
Fred-o, would say the checkpoint over which you're right now?

085:15:56 LMP
Okay. And incidentally, the DELTA-V on the Moon was zero, so it's coming back down. The point looks like we're just about straight over is around Censorinus and the point between it and FPA 8.

085:16:19 CC

085:22:07 LMP
Okay. And, Jack, the Earth LPD angle is 24 degrees.

085:22:14 CC
Roger. Earth at 24. And it looks like you're getting up to about 15 on the CO2, so we want you to select SECONDARY and swap out the primary cartridge. Over.

085:22:30 LMP
Okay. I'll select SECONDARY and swap out the primary cartridge.

085:22:53 CC
Okay, Fred. And when you select - When you swap out the primary cartridge, don't reselect PRIMARY. Stay on SECONDARY until we use the secondary up. Over.

085:23:10 LMP
Okay. I'm changing out primary and - stay in SECONDARY until we use it up.

085:29:43 LMP
And the change out is complete. Jack.

085:29:50 CC
Okay. Copy the changeout complete, and we're reading 4.5 on the CO2 here.

085:30:01 LMP
Okay. I'm ...

085:32:21 LMP
Okay. And the Earth LPD was 8 degrees.

085:32:25 CC
Did you - Did you say S degrees, Fred?

085:32:31 LMP

085:32:34 CC

085:36:52 LMP
Well, I missed the Moon on that one. Jack. But I would guess - estimating back a little bit, the LPD angle was somewhere around 42.

085:37:03 CC
Fred, I'm having a hard time reading you, but I think you're giving me a LPD angle.

085:37:12 LMP
Roger. That's it. Jack. The Moon is about 42.

085:37:16 CC
You say the Moon is at 22?

085:37:23 LMP
Four two, 42.

085:37:24 CC
Okay, 4 2. Thank you.

085:50:27 CC
How you doing there, Fred? 03 13 50 33 CDR

085:50:51 CC
Okay, Fred. I can just barely hear you saying something in the background and I can't make out what it is.

085:51:02 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

085:51:06 CC
Hello there, Aquarius. Go ahead.

085:51:11 CDR
Roger. And Fred is being relieved now. He's - went back to get some rest. This is Lovell here who's got the duty.

085:51:21 CC
Gee whiz. You got up kind of early, didn't you?

085:51:28 CDR
It's cold back there in the command module.

085:51:38 CC
Well, what we were really thinking about doing was letting you sleep a little bit longer because we figure you're pretty worn out.

085:51:55 CDR
well, I'll go back and forth once in a while to get a ...

085:52:01 CC
Is Jack up there with you?

085:52:08 CDR
No, Jack's still sacked out.

085:52:41 CC
Okay, Jim. we're kind of watching this PTC a little bit. Fred's been giving us a few LPD angles as we swang by the center of the Earth - center of the Moon. We noticed that the COMM has been degrading just a little bit so you might have to talk up.

085:53:09 CDR
Roger. Understand.

085:53:11 CC
And we just went on to the secondary C02 canister. Fred swapped out the primary, but we want to stay on the secondary until it is all used up.

085:53:30 CDR
Okay. I'm going to use the tape ... C02.

085:53:42 CC
We're reading a partial pressure C0^ of 4.2 millimeters. We're cleared to use the secondary until it reaches 13.

085:53:57 CDR
Okay. That's good.

086:01:47 CC
Aquarius, in comparing our initial estimates of water usage and electrical power usage, it appears that we re right on the money on water usage, and we re using a little less amperes than we had originally expected in our first analysis, so we're either right on the money or just a little bit ahead of the game in that regard.

086:02:18 CDR
Well, that sounds encouraging, Jack.

086:02:24 CC
And there are a few temperatures that we're watching for you. You have the heaters powered down. We're looking at them, and those include the PIPAs, the ASA, the quad temps, and your propellants, except for tie DPS propellant.

086:02:49 CDR
Okay. I've got them here.

086:03:02 CC
We have, as you probably know, several groups working on procedures from here on out. Wo have a group working on midcourse corrections to determine a system, the attitudes, how to do it, alinement techniques, and so forth. We have a group working on the entry, including how and when we're going to activate the CSM. We have a group working on the CSM system status, and in a few hours - Later on tomorrow, from where we see it, we're going to go to some base configuration on the CSM and we're going to conduct a MAIN BUS B check. Right now the C0MM is kind of degrading, and I can't hear what you're about to say very well. But I just want to keep you advised as to how things are going here. And remember you've got duty on the antennas.

086:05:00 CC
Aquarius, are you reading Houston? 03 14 05 04 CDR

086:05:10 CC
Okay, Jim. I can hear you talking but I can't tell what you're saying because you're way down in the background noise.

086:05:20 CDR
Okay. Can you hear Aquarius now? Over.

086:05:23 CC
Oh, yes. That's much better. Did you get my report on the various types of people and what they're doing around here?

086:05:30 CDR
Roger. Sounds like you had things well organized. You might also consider what kind of a stowage configuration ... and what we can leave behind in Aquarius.

086:05:50 CC
Okay, Jim. I didn't catch that suggestion on account of the background noise; maybe we can pass it on when it gets more favorable.

086:06:07 CDR
I'm thinking in terms of stowage. Whether we would leave the suit, ... the Hycon camera in Aquarius, prior to ...

086:06:26 CC
Okay. I heard you say something about using the Hycon camera in Aquarius.

086:06:36 CDR
Negative, Jack. I'm thinking of reentry stowage attitude. Whether we should - what we should leave behind in Aquarius. Leave the suits behind; leaving such big items as the Hycon cameras in Aquarius. Over.

086:06:53 CC
Oh, understand. You're thinking about stowage. What'll we leave behind in Aquarius when we fall back into Odyssey. Is that right?

086:07:04 CDR
That's affirmative.

086:07:06 CC
Okay. We've people working on that, too.

086:07:26 CC
And we presently are tracking you at 22 500 miles from the Moon, moving out at 4400 feet a second.

086:07:43 CDR
Aquarius. Roger.

086:10:36 CC
And, Jim, earlier in the evening, we thought there was a misunderstanding about the amount of potable water you can drink, but we want to advise you that you can drink as much water as you want to. There's 38 pounds in the potable tank, and that's about all you'll need. The doctors suggest you drink as much fruit juices as you want, too.

086:11:02 CDR
Roger, Jack.

086:13:52 CC
Jim, earlier in the evening, Fred-o reported some venting out of window number 1 in the command module. He also reported a piece of loose metal about 4 inches square, silver, floating by, and one thing we were trying to establish is whether or not this is a new venting or whether this is part of the residual venting of our original problem. Do you have any more words or comments? And one thing he was doing was taking some photographs and we authorized photographs, targets of opportunity, using the lunar-surface camera number 1, and use the setting of 1/250 of a second, and not knowing precisely what f-stop to use, we suggested taking three of each, using settings of f:4, f:5.6, and f:8. Over.

086:14:57 CDR
Roger, Jack. The venting really seems to ... I reported earlier, I alsc spotted the large piece go by and prior to our ... burn ... The venting you see now is much greater ... went into the dark mode, you could easily distinguish stars and didn't have the bright articles and bright objects, and I also have the camera here to take photographs.

086:16:09 CC
Okay, Jim. Once again I hear you talking back there but I can only pick out a few words; maybe we'll have a better time.

086:16:54 CC
Aquarius, we're trying to improve our communications. Could you turn the BIOMED off and give us a voice check, please?

086:17:09 CDR
Voice check follows: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; voice check out.

086:17:18 CC
Okay, Jim. That seemed to be better.

086:31:02 CC
How are you doing there, Aquarius?

086:31:08 CDR
We're doing good. Jack.

086:31:10 CC
Okay. Sometime when you get two guys available there and you could construct one of these lithium hydroxide rigs, I'd like to have you get the materials together, and we'll go through the steps together.

086:31:28 CDR
Okay. Sounds good. And how do you read me now?

086:31:33 CC
Well, there is a lot of background noise, and sometimes it is worse than others and right now I hear you better than 1 have in the past.

086:31:45 CDR
Okay, Jack. I'm kind of curious the amount of perturbations our PTC attitude is taking. I notice that we are getting off attitude, and I'm just kind of curious how far we can let this go.

086:32:03 CC
We were tracking the attitudes with Fred earlier and it looked like what we were doing was oscillating about some point, but coming back. Are you detecting some kind of divergence now?

086:32:21 CDR
Not too much. I notice that it's different than when I went to sleep. We are more at an angle now with the terminator of the Earth, so when we started out, we were just about parallel with the terminator, and now we are canted off somewhat. I haven't seen any trends, though, of going back and forth.

086:33:08 CC
And, Jim, our current plan is to not correct the PTC. We're going to take whatever we get and live with it. And we can kind of keep track of what's going on a little better if when you swing past the Earth and swing past the center of the Moon, if you could read off the LPD angles for the center of the Earth and the center of the Moon. Over.

086:33:34 CDR
Roger. Will do. Jack. And I'm looking into the AOT now to the right - No, the number 4 detent, and we are venting something back there; I can see particles moving on past the command module. What it is, I don't know.

086:33:59 CC
Okay. Can you identify the quadrant?

086:34:18 CDR
Well, I'm looking through the right rear reticle now of the AOT, and when I was back in the command module, I could see it out of the CM 1 window. The particles are rather small, but they are coming out with some force. That's probably what is disturbing our PTC attitude.

086:34:50 CC
Yes, that sounds quite probable, Jim. That's about the same report we got from Fred, but we haven't been able to identify what they might be and probably won't be able to until we crank up the CSM. If there's any change in that status, why, we just want to keep advised of it.

086:35:11 CDR
Roger. Understand.

086:36:09 CC
And, Aquarius, we are setting a pretty good vector on you now. And it looks like you're a little bit outside of the corridor. We're looking at a 7-foot-per-second midcourse at 104 hours. We are going to come up with an entry interface minus 8 pad to use in the event of a loss of C0MM situatior

086:36:39 CDR
Roger. Understand, and I hope you have that pro- cedure for attitude.

086:36:48 CC
We are ginning up a procedure for attitude for you, Jim. For the no-COMM case, it may be a little different than what the guys working on the procedures come up with for the burn at 104 hours.

086:37:09 CDR

086:37:36 CC
What I'm saying, Jim, is the guys who are working on this attitude situation for the burns haven't made their final conclusions yet, but in the interim period, we want to come up with something you can use, in the event that you lose COMM.

086:37:53 CDR
I concur.

086:40:54 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. The Earth is going through the 10-degree line or angle of the LPD.

086:41:02 CC
Okay. We copied 10 degrees. Is that Earth or Moon, Jim?

086:41:08 CDR
That is Earth.

086:41:10 CC
Okay. Earth 10 degrees. Thank you.

086:45:53 CDR
And, Houston ... As we ... No! ... has an angle of about 24 degrees on the LPD.

086:46:03 CC
Okay. We read 24, Jim.

086:46:09 CDR
That's affirm.

086:53:46 CDR
Jack, ... the LPD on the Moon now is 22 degrees.

086:53:51 CC
Okay. I'm reading you better, Jim. Say again, please.

086:53:57 CDR
Roger. The LPD now on the Moon is 22 degrees. 1 missed the Earth last time. I'll get it this time.

086:54:04 CC
Okay. Twenty-two degrees, and looks like we've come up with a procedure for the attitude control on the upcoming burns. Probably the ones that we'll use from here on out.

086:54:23 CDR
Okay, Jack. Standby 1.

086:54:30 CC
It's going to be a few minutes before I'm ready to read it up to you.

086:54:38 CDR

086:59:23 CDR
Jack, on the first of the LPD angles is about a minus 2 degrees and just slightly above the top line.

086:59:36 CC
Okay. Just went by minus 2 degrees. Is that on the Earth?

086:59:43 CDR
That's the Earth. Now, I don't know whether we're oscillating back and forth or not. Jack, or whether it's a continual motion. We'll have to see here.

086:59:52 CC

087:02:35 CDR
Okay, Jack. The Moon now has an LPD angle of 10 degrees

087:03:01 CC
Roger. The Moon at 10 degrees.

087:04:24 CC
Okay, Jim. Just as kind of a lead-in to this procedure that we're going to use for the midcourse burn, I'd like to say that we're going to use AGS and it's going to be a manual burn. The attitude will be controlled manually; the start/stop on the engine will be controlled manually. So we have a pretty good vector on you now, and it turns out you're coming in a little bit too shallow. So what that means is we're going to make our burn to come in a little more steeply, and we're going to be coming in around the dark side of the Earth. Therefore, to come in more steep, our thrust should be in the direction of the Sun. Does that all make sense to you?

087:05:29 CDR
I think so. We're going to use AGS for a burn monitor. The burns are going to be manual, and they're going to be started manually and stopped manually.

087:05:40 CC
Okay. And your reentry is around the dark side of the Earth, and since we're coming in shallow, we're going to have to burn toward the Sun to make it steeper. Do you follow that?

087:06:05 CDR
That's affirm. Especially these burns will be perpendicular to our flight path and to the Sun giving a steeper entry angle.

087:06:28 CC
Okay, Jim. I heard you say perpendicular to your flight path, which is affirmative, and I didn't get the rest of your statement.

087:06:46 CDR
I understand the technique. Jack. We're burning to give us time to steepen our entry angle, and it will be perpendicular to our flight path for corridor control.

087:07:01 CC
Okay. That's affirmative. So, in general terms, what we're going to have to do is to power up the AGS and bring up the AGS eight-ball, and then to set up your altitude, put the COAS in the front window, and guidance control will be in AGS, of course. But manually orient the spacecraft to place the center of the Earth directly out the Z-axis. Then rotate about the Z-axis to place the point of the crescent on the Y-axis of the COAS. And this will have your plus X-axis in the direction of the Sun as we discussed before. So the crescent will be up with the point down. Copy that?

087:08:19 CDR
Okay, Jack. We'll have to over that again. The COAS will be out front window; we'll place the Earth in the center of the COAS, and, let's see, the center of the Earth right now is parallel to the LPD which is about parallel to our X-axis. And we'll have to rotate about 90 degrees to get our X-axis pointing toward the Sun.

087:09:14 CC
Okay, Jim. So we want to get the Y-axis of the spacecraft parallel to the terminator by putting the points of the crescent on the Y-axis.

087:09:35 CDR
Roger. Understand.

087:09:57 CDR
Seriously, Jack, when I stop the spacecraft looking at - at the Earth, I'm going to have to roll - in LM terms, roll the spacecraft 90 degrees to get the tip of the Earth all on the Y-axis.

087:10:45 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. You're going to have to roll 90 degrees to point your plus X-axis at the Sun and put the crescent - the points of the crescent on the Y-axis. The points of the crescent on the Y-axis with the COAS pointed at the center of the Earth will take care of your yaw and your pitch.

087:11:16 CDR

087:11:38 CC
Okay, Jim. After you get that orientation to come in a little more steeply, we perform an AGS body-axis aline which is at 400 plus 5 on the DEDA. If the AGS ball is up at this time, the AGS ball will go to 000. We can talk more about control modes later, but we'd recommend doing this, of course, in AGS ATTITUDE HOLD - ATTITUDE HOLD. Put your YAW to MODE CONTROL and leave PITCH and ROLL in PULSE, therefore, controlling your attitude with the TTCA. We don't want to use the gimbal, so have ENGINE GIMBAL OFF. We'll make these burns at 10-percent thrust. We'll use a Manual start and stop. For ullage, we'll use the PLUS-X TRANSLATIONAL button, and ullage will be for 10 seconds. Over.

087:13:06 CDR
Okay. I understand what you're saying, but you'll have to repeat it here.

087:13:15 CC
Okay. We'll perform the burn in GUIDANCE CONTROL to AGS. And MODE CONTROL to ATTITUDE HOLD. Your ATTITUDE CONTROL switches will be ROLL to PULSE, PITCH to PULSE, and YAW to MODE CONTROL. So the AGS will control your yaw and you will use the TTCA to control pitch and roll. ENGINE GIMBAL OFF; 10-percent thrust. Start and stop manual. For ullage, use the plus-X translational button; 10 seconds ullage. Over.

087:14:45 CDR
Okay. For the burn there will be go to GUIDANCE CONTROL AGS, MODE CONTROL ATT HOLD, ATTITUDE CONTROL switches will be ROLL PULSE, PITCH PULSE, YAW MODE CONTROL. We'll use TTCA control for pitch and roll. ENGINE GIMBAL will be OFF; we'll be using 10-percent thrust; we'll start and stop manually, the ... control ullage will be a PLUS-X TRANSLATIONAL button. And also our thrust will still be, but before that we are going to do an AGS aline ... ball ...

087:15:26 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. After you get oriented in the attitude you want to burn in, do an AGS aline which is - an AGS body-axis aline which is 400 plus 5. When you get ENTER, this will bring ball up to 000, and I want to confirm that you - that you said ENGINE GIMBAL OFF. 0-F-F. Over.

087:15:52 CDR
Roger. Confirm that ENGINE GIMBAL will be off.

087:16:11 CDR
And, Jack, how long do you estimate the length of the burns will be?

087:16:17 CC
Okay. The length of the burns are going to be probably less than a minute. And we want you to have cut-off based on time. So we will give you a burn time. And I have a P30 maneuver pad for midcourse-7 in the event that we lose COMM if you are ready to copy.

087:16:56 CDR
Okay, Jack. Ready to copy.

087:17:06 CC
Okay, Jim. P30 LM maneuver pad: the purpose is midcourse-7. NOUN 33 is 134:59:42.98. NOUN 81 is N/A. Ha is N/A. Hp is plus 0020.5. DELTA-Vr is 0019.3. Burn time, 0:39; 008, 000; the rest is N/A; thrust will be at 10 percent. Read back.

087:18:19 CDR
All right. This is midcourse-7 corridor control, and it's in case we lose COMM: 134:59:42-98; NOUN 81 is N/A; 42, N/A; plus 0020.5; 0019.3. Burn time, 0:39; 008, 000. All the rest is N/A: thrust 10 percent.

087:19:04 CC
Okay, Jim. That's a good readback, and in the event of lost COMM, use the procedures that I gave you. It may be that between now and tomorrow these procedures will change a little bit, so we'll go with what we've got now, and stand by for something better if it comes. Over.

087:19:28 CDR
Okay, Jack. I'm looking at your burn pad and I see that the ... total gimbal ... 19.3 feet per second.

087:19:44 CC
Okay, Jim. We verify 19.3 feet per second for 39 seconds.

087:20:51 CDR
The old midcourse technique sounds like something that we came up with on Apollo 8.

087:21:00 CC
Yes, everybody wondered if you would remember that; by golly, you did.

087:21:17 CC
Hey, Jim, I got a little bit more information - maneuver pad, I got LAT/L0NG range to go, VERB 10 and GET; if you got a place to copy that down, I'll give it to you for EMS.

087:21:38 CDR
Okay. Stand by.

087:22:12 CDR
Go ahead.

087:22:17 CC
Okay, Jim. I just have the last three blocks. NOUN 61: latitude, minus 021.62; longitude, minus 165.37; range to go, 1162.9; VERB 10:36291: GET of .05g is 142:41:30; read back.

087:22:59 CDR
I didn't get the latitude, but the longitude is minus 165.67; range to go, 11629; velocity 36291; 142:41:30.

087:23:24 CC
Okay, Jim. The latitude is minus 021.62; I have a correction on the longitude - minus 165.37. Go ahead.

087:23:46 CDR
Roger, Jack. The latitude is minus 21.62; longitude is minus 165.37, and this goes in conjunction with that midcourse 7 pad you gave us.

087:24:02 CC
That's affirmative. That means no maneuvers between now and midcourse 7. And this is a horizontal in-plane burn, plus X, toward the Sun, 19.3 feet Per second.

087:24:52 CDR
Roger. ...

087:26:31 CC
And, Jim, on the - Setting up the AGS, right after you do the 400 plus 5, you should do a 400 plus all balls. And one other point we want to clarify is that we know that you're surc that this burn will be made with the Plus X-axis pointing at the Sun to make the entry angle steeper. You got it?

087:27:10 CDR
That's right. Jack. What I'm going to do is - We'll stop with the Earth in the commander's window, the COAS down, and then I'm going to maneuver the spacecraft so that I have the lighted portion of the Earth at the top of the window; that is, the COAS will be along the plus-Y of the spacecraft and the top of the window - of the rendezvous window, I should be looking into the Sun. That means I'll be burning towards the Sun and steepening the angle.

087:28:03 CC
That's affirm, Jim. I - You got the attitude right, and did you copy about doing a 400 plus all balls after - you do the 400 plus 5? That is, a 400 plus 5 and a 400 plus all zeros back to back.

087:28:22 CDR
Roger. I have copied that.

087:30:15 CDR
Jack - this is Aquarius. I'm not too sure how long or with what force the venting is going to do to our trajectory. However, you might keep a check on that. It may have been going on for sometime.

087:30:47 CC
Roger, Jim. We've been taking a look at it. We haven't been able to detect it on the Doppler, however.

087:30:56 CDR

087:31:08 CC
But we think it's pretty small.

087:34:05 CDR
And, Houston, Aquarius.

087:34:09 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

087:34:14 CDR
Jack, would you give me a time hack on an even GET so I can start my watch.

087:34:24 CC
Okay. Coming up on 87 hours and 35 minutes, we will be there in 30 seconds. Set it for 87.35.

087:34:37 CDR
Just give me a hack at 88 hours.

087:34:43 CC
Okay. I'll give you a hack at 88 hours. That'll be another 25 minutes.

087:34:51 CDR
All right. Thanks. 03 15 41 53 CLR Houston, Aquarius.

087:41:56 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

087:42:00 CDR
Okay, Jack. Let's just talk over how I'm going to get to the attitude and then do the burn. What I'm talking about is the control techniques. The way it looks now I'll try to stop the spacecraft in yaw with the Earth out my window. aaen we'll be in GUIDANCE or we'll be AGS CONTROL; we'll be in - yaw will be in MODE CONTROL. Then we'll be using the TTCAs to control the pitch and then control the roll. I don't see another way we can control the combination that we have here without using the TTCAs. Then we will also use the TTCA during engine burn. Do you people concur with that technique?

087:43:05 CC
Jim, that sounds like the one that is best to use to me. Let me talk it over with the rest of the guys here, and we'll advise you.

087:43:16 CDR

087:46:43 CC
Jim, in that control mode, that sounds like the best way to go. The only thing you'll have to do is to get ATTITUDE HOLD in the AGS, and so before you start to maneuver, you'll have to bring the AGS up, and get a 400 plus all zeros in there, and then AGS will respond in yaw when you go to MODE CONTROL. That is, AGS will con- trol your yaw in MODE CONTROL and your pitch and roll can be taken care of in PULSE with a TTCA. After you get in attitude, then, you'll have to re-do an AGS body axis aline which is 400 plus 5, then go back to 400 plus all zeros again.

087:47:36 CDR
Right, Jack. That was my next question. I don't want to aline the AGS ball 000 until I am in po- sition, so we use that as a primary attitude burn monitor device.

087:48:05 CC
And, Jim, you can do a 400 plus all zeros any time you want to; that just tells the AGS that you want it to control your attitude should you go to ATTITUDE HOLD in MODE CONTROL.

087:48:19 CDR
Roger. I understand, but after we get to the attitude, we'll do a 400 plus 5 to ret the AGS aline ball, and then we'll do a 400 plus zero.

087:48:31 CC

087:49:14 CC
Another thing, Jim, is while you're maneuvering to that attitude using AGS to control your yav. if you find out enroute to that attitude that you didn't quite have the yaw where you wanted it to be, you can use your ACA and tweak up the yaw, and your AGS needles go right back to zero because you zero the attitude errors.

087:49:46 CDR
Roger. Sounds good.

087:50:48 CC
Jim, you'll be splashing down about 560 miles southeast of Samoa at about 0800 local time. The weather forecast for the area is good; 1500, scattered, high broken, 10-mile visibility. The seas will be 5-foot waves, 15 knots, and you'll be going to Samoa by boat and/or aircraft. You'll spend either the night on the boat or in Samoa, and return to Ellington by 141 on Saturday, the following day.

087:51:37 CDR
Roger. Would you tell the people of the LRL to turn it off.

087:51:46 CC
Oh, no. We're going to do the whole bit.

087:53:21 CDR
And don't forget my hack at 88 hours. Jack.

087:53:24 CC
Say again, please, Aquarius.

087:53:30 CDR
I want to get my hack hack at 88 hours.

087:53:53 CC
Roger. That will be in about 6-l/2 more minutes.

087:54:42 CDR

087:56:20 CC
Jim, we got a couple of news-type items. President Nixon has chosen a judge from Minnesota for the position of Associate Justice in the Supreme Court. A bill giving federal employees a 6-percent pay raise passed the House and went to the President; includes the military. And the air traffic controllers returned to work.

087:56:57 CDR
Well, that's great. You think they'Il consider this. flight pay ?

087:57:33 CC
Well, we might be able to work out some arrangement.

087:58:35 CDR
Standing by for the 88-hour time hack.

087:58:43 CC
Say again, Jim.

087:58:47 CDR
Standing by for the 88-hour time hack.

087:58:52 CC
Okay. We got a minute to go.

087:59:54 CC
Okay. Coming up on the 88-hour mark. I'll give you a 2-second delay. Stand by to mark.

087:59:59 CC

088:00:05 CDR
I got it.

088:10:10 CC
How are you doing, Jim?

088:10:16 CDR
Pretty good. Jack. Say, you might have the people look at our DPS burn card to see what changes have to be made on it for the burn.

088:10:30 CC
Heard you say look at the DPS burn; you'll have to say what about it again, please.

088:10:39 CDR
Roger, Jack. You might take a look at our DPS burn card, our checklist card that we have in the LM, and see what changes might have to be put in that checklist.

088:10:50 CC
Okay, DPS burn card.

088:25:18 CC
How're you doing there, Jim?

088:25:23 CDR
Okay, Jack. It appears that we're going - funny diversion here; the PTC attitude in - in pitch. I'm going to do a LPD check now, but the last time the Moon went around, it was above - way away above the LPD angle and I see the Earth coming around now which is going to be pretty low. They oscillate back and forth, but each time they seem to get a little farther away from the center line. You might think of some pro- cedure to reestablish PTC, if it's necessary.

088:26:02 CC

088:27:09 CC
Jim, the only way we know of getting the as good or a better PTC than you've got right now is to crank up the G & N and we - We don't want to do that. So our plan is to just take whatever we get out of this, and later on, it may turn out by the time you get to burn attitude, you'll be right where you want to be.

088:27:37 CDR
Okay. We'll just leave her go.

088:30:36 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

088:30:38 CC
Go ahead.

088:30:42 CDR
What's our course of action to set up PTC after this midcourse at 107?

088:30:51 CC
We thought you'd ask that.

088:31:06 CC
The only thing we can try to do, Jim, is to set the thing up manually and see what happens. There must be a better answer than that - -

088:31:17 CDR

088:31:18 CC
- - and one course of action is to omit the mid- course and make a total midcourse, say, about 8 hours before entry. We haven't decided yet.

088:31:37 CC
Right now we're talking about a 7-foot-per-second midcourse at 104 hours. And extrapolate that down to about 8 hours before entry. We gave you a pad for that - that's about, only 19 feet per second, so if it doesn't change too much - and we can get all kinds of DPS.

088:32:01 CDR
Understand. Sure like to keep this vehicle in the corridor though.

088:55:07 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

088:55:10 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

088:55:16 CDR
Can you think of any normal venting phenomena that might occur like maybe - a hydrogen tank that's over-pressurized relieving in the window?

088:55:31 CC
Yes, we thought of that, Jim. 03 16 55 52 CO That ir, one possibility that we've thought of, Jim, because - We heated up that tank, and we haven't been using any hydrogen and, therefore. it could be venting in the overboard release.

088:56:10 CDR
Right. The only other thing I can think of when I look at it through the AOT is - it did appear to be coming from one spot; but that's the only difference although I can't see where it is coming from because it's beyond the curvature of the command module. But, it appears like it might be coming from more than this one spot.

088:56:34 CC
Okay. Thank you. We hope that when we crank up the command module tomorrow that we'll be able to - or later on today - that we will be able to identify more closely what it's been coming from. But, the guidance guys say that they haven't been able to see the results of any venting in their data and it would take a very, very small amount to perturb their data.

088:57:02 CDR
Well, that's a note of encouragement.

088:58:28 SC

088:58:57 CC
You got a Chinese band going up there?

088:59:04 CDR
Oh, sorry. I forgot all about hot mike.

088:59:10 CC
Sounds pretty good.

089:05:51 CC
Jim, we've had you scheduled for an eat period about an hour ago. I suppose you've taken care Of that. The other thing is we're kind of interested in knowing how long you're going to be at stick there, or if you're going to go back to bed or what?

089:06:12 CDR
Okay, Jack. We're - We're going to set up a regular watch and sleep period here. Fred was up for a long time, so I got up a little bit early to relieve him. Jack and Fred are now asleep, so I'm going to let them sleep as long as they can, and then we'll have an eat period and then I'll go back to bed for a bit. And we'll separate the schedule.

089:06:40 CC
Okay. We're right at the point now where, according to the flight plan that we made up for you, that you would have all finished eating and you and Jack would have the duty while Fred went to sleep. So, essentially, according to the plan we've got, you got up about 3 or 4 hours early. And - The next time that have that as a rest period for you is at 96 hours, which is 7 hours from now, and an hour before that, say at 95 hours, all three of you would eat, and then you and Jack would hit the sack again and Fred would have the duty until 102 hours. We'd be glad to take care of this work-rest cycle for you.

089:07:40 CDR
Okay. That's good. Let me - Let me wait until they get up, or at least Jack gets up. He should be getting up before Fred. And we'll try to get back on the schedule. I hate to wake everybody up right now though, if they're sleeping.

089:07:54 CC
Okay. Your choice on that. As soon as Jack gets up, I'd suggest we go ahead and break up these lithium hydroxide canisters and make a couple of them. Jack could work on that. It's going to take four sets of hands, I think.

089:08:15 CDR
Okay. We'll make that the project, getting the lithium hydroxide canister squared away.

089:58:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

089:58:29 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

089:58:31 CC
Hi, Jim. We've got a flight handover in about 2 minutes, and we'll have a temporary loss of COMM. You don't need to switch antennas. Over.

089:58:42 CDR
Okay; fine.

090:00:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston through Madrid for a C0MM check. How do you read?

090:01:02 CDR
Loud and clear, Joe. How me?

090:01:05 CC
Okay, Jim.

090:06:38 CDR
... asleep? 03 18 06 46 CMP I ... Maybe ... ... hydroxide ...

090:07:16 CDR
... on secondary. We'll let it go to 15. Why don't you get on a headset, and I'll be down ... for ...

090:07:37 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

090:07:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

090:07:46 CDR
Okay. Jack's up with me now and you all ... procedure for making these lithium hydroxide devices, and soon as he gets on his helmet, he'll be ready to copy, and then he'll get started making one.

090:08:05 CC
Roger that, Jim. Understand - -

090:08:07 CDR
On second thought -

090:08:09 CC
Go ahead.

090:08:13 CDR
I'll give Jack the headset for a while and he'll copy down your instructions.

090:08:30 CC
Okay, Jim. I didn't copy your second thought. Over.

090:08:38 CDR
I'll give Jack the headset and let him copy the instructions.

090:08:43 CC
Okay, Jim. The way I thought it might be best to do it would be to have you gather the equipment and let us talk you through your procedure while you do it. Now, maybe you could give Jack the headset and - and - get the equipment together, and we'll talk you through the procedure. I think it'll be a little easier to do that way than if you tried to copy it all down - and then go do it.

090:09:11 CDR
Okay. Do you have any equipment listed? I'll just get it and give it to him and I can just sit here where I am.

090:09:17 CC
Okay. I think the equipment you'll need will be two command module lithium hydroxide canisters, a roll of the gray tape, the two LCGs, because we're going to use the bags from the LCGs, and one - one LM cue card - one of those cardboard cue cards which you will cut off about an inch and a half out from the ring. Now, I think that's all we'll need. Over.

090:10:03 CDR
Okay. ... Okay, Houston.

090:10:23 CDR
Hello, Houston.

090:10:25 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

090:10:28 CDR
Okay. That's two lithium hydroxide canisters, one roll of that special gray tape, two LCGs which we're going to use the bags from, one LM cue card and ...

090:10:53 CC
Okay. That's affirmative, Jim. If you'll just cut the cue card, which is a handy piece of stiff paper the right size, about an inch and a half from the rings. Just cut off the ring holes, in other words, and you'll have a card about 11 inches long and probably 6 inches wide, something like that.

090:11:19 CDR
Okay, ... I'll have Jack gather up the stuff.

090:11:22 CC

090:11:28 CDR
... that roll of gray tape.

090:11:34 CMP
... Okay. ... and ... plastic bags.

090:11:48 CDR
Yes. Bring it down here. One LM cue card. I get that.

090:20:14 CMP
Okay. I got the canisters.

090:20:24 CDR

090:20:38 CMP

090:21:16 CMP

090:21:26 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

090:21:32 CC
Yes. Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

090:21:37 CDR
We have gathered the materials, and I can put Jack on the headset and he can copy the instructions ... do you see any need for - or should I copy it to give them to him, or do you think they're too detailed?

090:21:55 CC
Why don't you put him on the headsets, Jim, and I'll read it out to him.

090:22:02 CDR

090:22:30 CMP
Okay, Joe. ...

090:22:33 CC
Okay, Jack. Did anybody ever tell you that you got a 60-day extension on your income tax. Over.

090:22:42 CC
Yes. I think - I think somebody said that when you are out of your country, you get a 60-day extension.

090:22:50 CC
Okay; right. Okay. I'm ready to start into the procedure. When you answer me back, speak up - speak up into the microphone, because our downlink is pretty noisy. The first thing we want you to do, and we'll do this on one canis- ter, and then let you go ahead and repeat it on the second. So take one of the LCGs and cut off the outer bag. By cutting along one the heat seals; do it carefully and close to the heat seal, because we may have to use the outer bag if we damage the inner bag. So go ahead and do that, and then we'll do the next step.

090:23:37 CMP
Okay. Take an LCG, cut, the outer bag by the heat seal. Be careful not to damage the inner bag. Right?

090:23:46 CC
Right. Just cut along one side.

090:24:50 CMP
Hey, Houston, Odyssey - or Aquarius. We've dene that.

090:24:55 CC
Okay, Jack. Now - now remove the inner bag from the outer bag, and cut the inner bag, also, along one of the heat seals down one side.

090:25:15 CMP
Okay. Remove the inner bag from the outer bag, cut the inner bag along the heat seal along one side.

090:25:22 CC
Okay. That's correct. Do that, and report,

090:26:20 CMP
Okay, Joe. We've got that done.

090:26:22 CC
Okay, Jack. Now you can put the LCG itself; that is, take it out of the inner bag, put it in the outer bag, and stow it some place; we recommend U-1, but you can stow it wherever it's convenient.

090:26:40 CMP
... outer bag ... and stow it back in ...

090:26:48 CMP
Okay, Joe. We've got that.

090:26:50 CC
Okay. Now pick up one of the lithium hydroxide canisters, and let me describe which end is which. It's approximately square on one - one of the vented flat ends, has the strap, and that end we call the top, the end opposite we call the bottom. Is that clear? Over.

090:27:21 CMP

090:27:34 CMP
Okay. I've got it, Joe.

090:27:37 CC
Okay. Now then, we're - we want you to take the tape and cut out two pieces about 3 feet long, or a good arm's length, and what you're - what we want you to do with them is to make two belts around the sides of the canister, one belt near the top and one belt near the bottom, with the sticky side out; wrap it around, sticky side out, as tight as possible. It'll probably take both of you to get it nice and snug. Over.

090:30:01 CMP
Okay, now -

090:30:15 CMP
Okay. Now we've got to make the belt real taut here.

090:30:23 CDR
How's that?

090:30:35 CMP
Real tight. And then ...

090:33:13 CMP
Okay, Joe.

090:33:18 CC
Okay, Jack. Did you have - -

090:33:19 SC
- - Hey. Houston, are you reading?

090:33:24 CC
Jack - -

090:33:25 CMP
- - We've got the two belts around the top and the one around the bottom all done.

090:33:30 CC
Okay, fine. The next step now is to anchor that tape, and the way we want you to do that is to cut about a 2-foot length off the roll and then tear it lengthwise so that you have two strips about 2 feet long and about a half an inch wide. And you'll wrap those around the canister at right angles, more or less, to the tape that you've got so that it goes across the top and across the bottom; and when it goes across the top and the bottom, put it so that it's outboard of the center hole and try to get it over one of the ridges between the screens, so that it won't block the flow. Is that clear? Over.

090:34:15 CMP
Yes, Joe. Very good.

090:34:17 CC
Okay. Press on.

090:34:22 CMP
Okay. I've got a cut length right hers and we'll tear it lengthwise ... and I'm going to go around right here at this ridge all the way around at right angles and anchor it ...

090:34:43 CMP

090:34:46 CMP
Joe, just to clarify that, sticky end down. Right? On the tape that I am putting on now?

090:34:54 CC
I didn't quite copy that. Jack. Say again.

090:34:58 CMP
Okay. That will be the sticky end down on the container, right?

090:35:05 CC
Oh, that's correct. I forgot to say that. That's right.

090:35:33 CMP
... hold that one right here, if I can set it.

090:37:28 CMP
Okay, Joe; Aquarius. We've got that done.

090:37:32 CC
Okay, Jack. The next step is to get the EVA cue card and use it to form an arch over the top of the canister; just tuck one short end under one ridge on the top the other one against the ridge on the other side so that it forms a rounded arch over the top of the canister. You see. Jack, what we're going to do is slip the bag over this whole assembly and the cue card will serve to keep the bag from being sucked down against the screen. Over.

090:38:10 CMP
Okay. I got the idea.

090:38:13 CC
Okay. And when you've done that, to hold the arch in place, just run a strip of tape across the side of the - that is, across the top of the arch, and anchor it down to the sticky strips along each side.

090:38:31 CMP
Okay. I got the idea. Okay. Let me just repeat it here. Take a cue card, form an arch over the top, bringing it under the side here. When we're through, run a piece of tape from the sides across the top of that to anchor to the other side.

090:38:51 CC
That's correct.

090:38:56 CMP
Okay. It worked.

090:39:00 CMP
The top. ... Across the top.

090:39:18 CMP
Looks like you're going to have to cut the cue card slightly.

090:39:32 CMP
Doesn't have to be really ... over that the only thing we're ... we can just take the scissors and cut off the edge here. The only thing this does, Jim, is prevent this from being sucked down into the container.

090:40:28 CMP
Still going to need some more tape. Cut off the end. Okay. Whack off the bottom. ...

090:43:34 CMP
Okay, Joe. We've got that arch built, and it's all taped in securely.

090:43:41 CC
Okay, Jack. The next step is to stop up the bypass hole, which is the hole inR the center of the bottom of the canister; we want to stop that up because we don't want to bypass the flow; and I forgot to tell you to get something to stick in that hole. We recommend that you either use a wetwipe, or cut off a piece of sock and stuff it in there, or you could probably even crumble up some tape and use that. Over.

090:44:13 CMP
Okay. We'll start plugging up the bypass hole.

090:44:17 CC

090:44:18 CMP
Plug that hole. We can either - we can put some either - Let's cut a piece of your towel there.

090:44:27 CC
Sounds good.

090:47:14 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. We have the bypass hole all plugged up.

090:47:21 CC
Okay, Aquarius. The next step is take the inner LCG bag that you cut open, and slip it over the top of the canister, when you do that, orient it so that the ears of the bag, that is, the corners should stick cut on the closed end - are oriented along the open ends of the arch, because we're going to snip one of those corners to stick the hose in. Pull it down until it fits snugly over the arch. Over.

090:47:56 CMP
Okay, Joe. Slip the bag over the canister so that the arch is at the bottom of the bag and that the ears are along oriented along, let's see - I guess it would be - would be at the sides of the arch.

090:48:19 CC
Depends on what you mean by sides - over the - the open ends of the arch.

090:48:26 CMP
Right, the open ends of the arch.

090:48:28 CC

090:49:17 CMP
Okay, Joe. We've got that done.

090:49:20 CC
Okay. Now press the bag against the sticky belts that we put on the sides of the canister. If there is any excess material, just kind of pleat it, so that it makes a fairly tight seal, and then take another 3-foot strip of sticky tape and wrap it around the outside of the bag opposite the bottom - the bottom sticky belt - to make a nice tight seal.

090:49:50 CMP
Okay. I'll do it. Okay. Now they want two strips around here to make a tight seal.

090:52:38 CMP
Okay, Joe. We've got the canister inside the bag, two strips around the sides of the bag, real tight, and both sealed.

090:52:47 CC
Okay; real fine. Now there's probably a couple of inches of excess bag sticking our around the bottom of the canister. To prevent this from sucking in against the bottom screen, we'd like you to trim it off with the scissors, and when you've done that, we'd like you to cut two more strips of tape about 12 inches long or so, cut the - tear them lengthwise to get four pieces 12 inches long and 1/2-inch wide, and then use those four strips to secure the bag by passing the strips from the sides of the canister outside the bag around the bottom of the canister and back up the other side, and when you do this, just as you did on the top, make them go outward of the hole and in between the screens. Over.

090:53:42 CMP
Okay. You want me to trim the excess material. that's sticking off here; trim it at the edge of that canister? Or do you want any excess left over?

090:53:52 CC
No, you don't need to have any excess. Just trim it approximately level.

090:53:59 CMP
Okay. Let's do that first.

090:54:01 CC

090:54:58 CMP
Okay. Now, Joe, you want to cut four strips, 12 inches long each, l/2-inch in diameter. Tape that along the outsides of the bag across the ribs.

090:55:15 CC
That's correct. Jack. That's just for additional security on the bag. When you get those done, you'll have - You'll have two strips going one way, and the other two will be perpendicular to them.

090:57:58 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. We've got the four strips in place.

090:58:03 CC
Okay. We're in business now with the bag, and the next step to perform is to get ready to put the red suit hose, either the commander's or the LMP's because we're - we're going to want you to have both of these made up eventually, into the top of the - of the bag, and to do that you, first of all, have to assure that the - that the red hose is separated from the blue hose. I don't know whether this has been done already, but if it hasn't, what you have to do is cut the outer Beta-cloth sheath down the full length of the - of the hoses and then also cut the rubber ties that secure the two hoses together, and the hoses should come apart and the C0MM cable should - should come off. Over.

090:59:04 CMP
Okay. Take the - I'm going to want to separate the red hose from the blue hose by cutting this Beta-cloth sheath. Okay. That' s in work.

090:59:15 CC

091:00:52 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. I have the LMP's red

091:01:00 CC
Okay. Real fine. Now the next step is to cut a diagonal hole in one ear of the - of the plastic bag near the arch. You can pick either one and cut about a 1-1/2 or 2 inch diagonal hole, big enough to slip the red hose through. And when you've done that, you'll just slip the red hose through so that it goes about to the center of the canister. It's - it's - It's not critical except that the opening should be down, and then tape the hag to the hose where it goes in so that

091:01:40 CMP
Okay. Copy that. We want a 1-1/2 inch hole right here at this ear, and put the hose in here, end down and toward the canister and then we tape the seal around here.

091:02:10 CMP
Let's try it. Ww can always make it bigger if we have to. Fred, get those. ... the center of the arch.

091:02:52 CMP
Got to - Got to come in towards the center, all the way to the center. No, no.

091:06:17 CMP
Yes. I can't get those big knobs.

091:08:39 CMP
... All we have to do is ... tape around here ... tight fit

091:10:16 CDR
There it is right there.

091:10:18 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

091:10:20 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

091:10:26 CMP
Okay. Our do-it-yourself lithium hydroxide canister change is complete. Joe, the only thing different is that our arch on this piece of cardboard is not big enough to position the red hose with the inlet down, and the inlet - The inlet to - to the red hose is lying on its side, but I think it'll still work.

091:10:53 CC
Okay, Jack. 1 concur. I think it'll work, too. There's one step that I omitted, which you can do now quite conveniently, and it's this. Where you stuff the towel in the bypass hole on the bottom, we recommend that you cut a few short pieces of tape and just tape that over so it doesn't fall out. Over.

091:11:17 CMP
Okay. Will do. Jim, I've got one more little thing to do, and that's ... seal that top.

091:12:28 CMP
Okay, Joe. That's done.

091:12:30 CC
Okay, Jack. Now the remaining steps are simply suit-loop configuration steps to get this thing into full operation, and our ECS people want to hold off on that until the canister you're working on gets to 7.6 millimeters of mercury, which will probably be another 45 minutes or an hour - it - We're reading 4.7 now. So what we'd like you to do in the interim is to set up the second command module canister the same way you just did the first one, using the commander's hose, and get that all set and probably about that time it'll be time to - to switch over. For your information, when you've got that done and if you've had your breakfast and so on, the next thing I've got for you is a switch-configuration list for the command module, which will represent the - the powerdown, square-1 starting configuration for all our - our preentry checks. Over.

091:13:39 CMP
Okay. We'll start setting up the commander's hose configuration the same as the IMF's hose. And I'll get - instead of - I guess you want me to use my launch ... - launch checklist which I'd ...

091:14:00 CC
That's affirmative. Jack. What we have done is marked up the lift-off configuration checklist, and we'll run through it whenever you get around to it.

091:14:11 CMP
And, I assume that ...

091:14:38 CMP
What I'd better do is before I put this thing back in operation, they're going to complete that other canister. I don't know. It should be in operation now. ...

091:15:05 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

091:15:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

091:15:12 CMP
Okay, Joe. Should this canister be in operation now because it's already mounted on the hose? suit loop to get full flow through there, and it's okay the way it is. What I recommend you do with the commander's hose is get the bag all ready, but not stick the hose in until we call you on it. Okay.

091:15:39 CMP
Okay. Will do.

091:16:45 CMP
It won't go around?

091:17:04 CMP
Yes. Or else a strip of tape.

091:17:55 CMP
Okay, Jim. We've got to start setting up the commander's. ...

091:18:22 CDR
You can get one of the cards, and I'll start cutting the ... bag.

091:20:33 CMP
Yes. ... show. How about that ... because I've got two in my ...

091:20:52 CMP
Yes. Here, we'll store them back where I got it.

091:21:06 CC
Hello, Aquarius; Houston.

091:21:10 CMP
Go ahead.

091:21:11 CC
Roger, Jack; Tom here. Just thought I would pass on to you and Jim that got a little data priority going today, and going to convene to CPCB and we'll have you all kinds of good procedures for later on. Over.

091:21:24 CMP
Okay. Thank you, Tom. You guys are really working overtime.

091:21:29 CC
We're getting a little coordination down here.

091:21:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You might pass on to Jim, he had such a long day yesterday, we thought we were going to have to play him some guitar music to get him to sleep last night. Over.

091:21:52 CMP
That's exactly what he did. Tom said you had such a long day yesterday, he thought he was going to have to play some guitar music to get you to sleep.

091:22:13 CMP
Okay. Let's get this tape around the outside.

091:25:47 CMP
Kind of looks like the Earth has gotten kind of angled a little bit, but it's, for as many hours as I think it's been great. You know how to do this? How? ... the terminator.

091:33:55 CMP
Okay. Now we got to get two strips ... tight.

091:36:52 CMP
Tom said the CPCB is getting ...

091:37:01 CDR
... he's never been through a command module activation.

091:37:22 CMP
That looks good. Now we got trim up that extra.

091:39:30 CMP
... Well, I don't really - Part of that is - See, Jim, 1 have the same problem that you have. I can't control pitch very well with my RHC - I have to use the THC and that was the control problem. No, I don't think that there's any control problem. I don't know why, because - Well, you have to ... ... you still have barber pole on the - on the ...

091:43:16 CMP
... Oh, wait a minute; I'm sorry I didn't see it. ... 03 19 43 20 CMP

091:43:30 CMP
... (laughter).

091:45:30 CMP
I'll tell you, why don't you put - under your restraining cable; just stow it under your restraining cable there. And that will keep, then, until we're ready for them.

091:45:48 CMP
Can I have my juice?

091:45:53 LMP
... there's an orange in yours.

091:46:06 CMP
Yes, I've got to get the launch checklist. And we're going to go over initial switch configuration. And get all those ...

091:46:45 CMP
I kind of have an idea that as soon as we hit darkness, we'll be doing a P51, P52. Hope we're going to be ...

091:49:30 CMP
When you get through, you could get me that R- the checklist up in R-3 ...

091:53:03 CMP
Okay, Houston: Aquarius.

091:53:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

091:53:15 CMP
Okay, Joe, I'm ready to start on that command module switch configuration. That's on page L 1-1.

091:53:24 CC
Okay, Jack. Understand you are ready for the switch configuration checklist. And I have in front of me the lift-off configuration, page L 1-1. Are you with me? Over.

091:53:39 CMP
I'm right with you.

091:53:41 CC
Okay. I'll read these in bunches of three or four at a time, some of them are the same, some of them are changed, and you can read them back every few steps. EMS FUNCTION to OFF; EMS MODE to STANDBY, no change; GTA, off, down, no change; and GTA cover, secure, no change. Over.

091:54:08 CMP
Okay. EMS FUNCTION, OFF, MODE, STANDBY, GTA, off; GTA cover secure.

091:54:15 CC
Roger. CMC ATTITUDE to IMU, no change; FDAI scale, 5/5, no change; FDAI SELECT number 1; and FDAI SOURCE, GDC. Over.

091:54:36 CMP
Okay. CMC ATTITUDE, IMU; FDAI scale, 5/5; FDAI, select 1; SOURCE GDC. Hey, what you do is just read the ones that have the changes, Joe, and I'll read back to you, everything, where you stop.

091:54:54 CC
Okay; fine. The next one that changes is three down, where we go, "MAN ATTITUDE PITCH to RATE COMMAND." Over.

091:55:09 CMP
Go ahead.

091:55:15 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three, four are unchanged. And then we want TRANSLATION CONTROLLER POWER to OFF, ROTATION CONTROL POWER NORMAL, two, to OFF; and ROTATION CONTROL POWER DIRECT, two, to OFF. Over.

091:55:36 CMP

091:55:39 CC
Okay. The next two are unchanged. And we want the 3 EMAG switched in RATE 2. Over.

091:55:54 CMP

091:55:57 CC
Okay, The next one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight are unchanged, and we get down to the ELS AUTO switch which we want in MANUAL. Over.

091:56:13 CMP

091:56:14 CC
Okay. And we want CM RCS LOGIC, OFF, down, and the rest of the page is unchanged. Over.

091:56:27 CMP
Okay. Let me read back the whole page.

091:56:29 CC
Okay. Go.

091:56:32 CMP

091:57:25 CC
Jack, Houston. You are not coming through. And request you talk a little more directly into the mike. I've got the BMAGS in RATE 2. And start from there. Over.

091:57:39 CMP

091:58:09 CC
Okay. That's 100 percent, Jack. Let's go to page 2. And we start with alpha Pc to Pc, and LAUNCH VEHICLE/SPS INDICATORS to GPI. Over.

091:58:26 CMP
Okay. Keep going.

091:58:28 CC
Okay. The next three are unchanged. And then the EVENT TIMER START to STOP. Over.

091:58:38 CMP

091:58:39 CC
Okay. The next ones, on panel 1 are unchanged, and on panel 2, go all the way down to SM RCS propellant talkbacks, and in parenthesis scratch out "eight," and put "four to gray," and then pencil in a line "SM RCS propellant talkbacks, four, to barber pole." Over.

091:59:20 CMP
Let me ask you. SM RCS propellant talkbacks, four, barber poles. And you want the switches? And you think ...?

091:59:33 CC
I guess that's the config - Stand by 1, and I'll check that.

091:59:54 CC
Okay, Jack. The switches all remain in their present position, which is center, but we - Because we have no power on the bus, the bottom row of talkbacks will be spring loaded to the barber pole position and that's for your information. Over.

092:00:12 CMP
Oh, that's right. Oh, I knew that. I'm not thinking too well.

092:00:19 CC
Okay. Now the next one, two, three, four, five are the same, and we want EDS AUTO to OFF. Over.

092:00:33 CMP

092:00:34 CC
Okay. The next three are the same, and then we want PROPELLANT DUMP to RCS COMMAND; 2 ENGINE OUT to OFF and LAUNCH VEHICLE RATES to OFF. Over.

092:00:53 CMP
Okay. Let me read back the whole page.

092:00:55 CC

092:00:58 CMP

092:02:38 CC
Okay - -

092:02:40 CMP
Joe, are you with me? - -

092:02:41 CC
Jack, Houston. The COMM kind of gets better and worse and the last one I copied was RCS TRANSFER to center. Start from there.

092:02:51 CMP

092:03:27 CC
Okay. That's correct. Let's go to page 3, and the first one on page 3, TOWER JETT, two to OFF. Over.

092:03:41 CMP

092:03:42 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three, four, five, six, seven are the same, and then we get CAUTION/ WARNING NORMAL to ACK, CAUTION/WARNING CSM to CM, and CAUTION/WARNING POWER to OFF. Over.

092:04:05 CMP
Okay. Got it.

092:04:06 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three, four are the same, and then we get to the H2 HEATERS, two, OFF; and the 02 HEATERS, two, OFF. Got that?

092:04:21 CMP
Yes. ... we don't have any H2 or 02 ... Okay.

092:04:29 CC
Okay, Jack. Those are the only changes on page l-3.

092:04:37 CMP

092:04:58 CC
That's correct. Jack. Those are the only changes on 1-3. Now, let's go to 1-4. No changes on the remaining three panel 2 switches. On panel 3, the first one, two, three, four are unchanged and then we want FUEL CELL HEATERS, three, to OFF. Over.

092:05:19 CMP

092:05:21 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight are the same, and then we want FUEL CELL 1 MAIN BUS A to OFF; and, skipping one, we want FUEL CELL 2 MAIN BUS A to OFF. Over.

092:05:45 CMP

092:05:46 CC
Okay. Skip two, and then we want CELL 3 MAIN BUS A talkback to gray. Over.

092:06:00 CMP

092:06:01 CC
Okay. The next one, we want MAIN BUS A RESET to OFF; skip one, and we want FUEL CELL 1 MAIN BUS B talkback to gray. Over.

092:06:17 CMP

092:06:18 CC
Okay. Skip one, and we want FUEL CELL 2 MAIN BUS B talkback, gray; and, the next one, we want FUEL CELL 3 MAIN BUS B to OFF. Over.

092:06:31 CMP
Okay. Copied that.

092:06:32 CC
Okay. Skip one, and we want MAIN BUS B RESET to OFF. Over.

092:06:42 CMP

092:06:43 CC
All right. Then the next one, two, three, four, five, six are the same, and then we want S-BAND TRANSPONDER to center, OFF; skip one, and we want S-BAND POWER AMPLIFIER, HIGH to center, OFF; and the POWER AMPLIFIER talkback to barber Pole. Over.

092:07:10 CMP
Okay. Read back the changes on this page - Stand by. I ... another OMNI.

092:07:27 CC
Jack, Houston. Start in again. I wasn't copying that.

092:07:34 CMP
Okay. I've just got to switch OMNIs. Okay. Reading the changes, Joe, on pages 1-4, FUEL CELL HEATERs three, OFF, coming down to FUEL CELL 1 MAIN BUS A center - MAIN BUS A to OFF; MAIN BUS - FUEL CELL 2 to MAIN BUS A, OFF; FUEL CELL 3 to MAIN BUS A, talkback, gray; MAIN BUS A RESET to OFF; FUEL CELL 1 to MAIN BUS B talkback, gray; FUEL CELL 2 to MAIN BUS B talkback, gray; FUEL CELL 3 to MAIN BUS B to OFF; MAIN BUS B RESET, OFF; S-BAND TRANSPONDER to OFF; S-BAND POWER AMPLIFIER, HIGH to OFF; POWER AMPLIFIER talkback barber pole.

092:08:33 CC
Okay, Jack. That's completely correct on 1-4. Let's go to 1-5, and on that page the first one, two, three, four, five, six are the same, and we want UP TELEMETRY COMMAND to OFF. Over.

092:08:53 CMP

092:08:55 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three are the same, and we want VHF AM B to center. Over.

092:09:06 CMP
Got it.

092:09:08 CC
The next one, two, three, four are the same, and we want S-BAND SQUELCH to OFF, and FUEL CELL REACTANT VALVE to NORMAL. Over.

092:09:22 CMP

092:09:23 CC
Okay. The next one, two, three are the same, and then we want TAPE RECORDER FORWARD to center; TAPE MOTION talkback, barber pole; SCE POWER to center; and PMP POWER to center. Over.

092:09:46 CMP

092:09:47 CC
Okay. Skip the next one, and we want AC INVERTER 1 to OFF, and AC INVERTER 2 to OFF. Over.

092:10:01 CMP

092:10:02 CC
Okay. Skip the next one, and we want INVERTER 1 AC 1 to OFF, and skip two and we want AC 1 RESET to OFF. Over.

092:10:14 CMP

092:10:15 CC
Okay. Skip 1, and we want INVERTER 2 AC 2 to OFF; and skip 1, and we want AC 2, BUS to RESET - AC 2 BUS RESET to OFF.

092:10:34 CMP

092:10:35 CC
That was AC 2 BUS RESET, wasn't it? Okay. Skip the next one, and on panel 4, we want SPS GAGING to OFF; TELCOM GROUP 1 to OFF; TELC0M GROUP 2 to OFF; and GLYCOL PUMPS to OFF. Over.

092:11:00 CMP

092:12:03 CC
Okay. That's correct on 1-5, Jack. Let's go to the 1-6. And the first line we want SUIT COMPRESSORS, both, to OFF. Over.

092:12:46 CC
Okay, Jack; Houston. It's noisy again; I didn't copy your Roger on that.

092:12:55 CMP
Okay. How do you read now, Joe?

092:12:58 CC
You're loud and clear now, and let's go to panel 5. We want FUEL CELL PUMP AC 1, OFF; AC 2, OFF; and that's the FUEL CELL 1 PUMP, AC 1, OFF; FUEL CELL 2 PUMPS, AC 2, OFF; FUEL CELL 3 PUMPS, AC 2, OFF; G/N POWER, OFF', and both the MAIN BUS TIEs OFF. Over.

092:13:27 CMP

092:13:28 CC
Okay. Skip two, and then we want INTERIOR INTEGRAL LIGHTING, OFF; and INTERIOR FLOODLIGHT, OFF. Scratch out "Full dim or full bright." Over.

092:13:45 CMP

092:13:47 CC
Okay. And circuit breakers on panel 5 we want all open. Over.

092:14:08 CMP

092:14:15 CC
Okay. On panel 6, skip the first one. We want POWER to OFF, and skip down then to SUIT POWER to OFF. Over.

092:14:26 CMP
All right.

092:14:27 CC
Okay. On panel 7 we want EDS POWER, OFF. TVC SERVO POWER 1 and 2, OFF; FDAI/GPI POWER, OFF; and LOGIC 2 slash 3 POWER, OFF. Over.

092:14:49 CMP
Okay. I'll read back. SUIT COMPRESSOR 1 and 2, OFF; FUEL CELL PUMPS 1, 2, and 3, OFF; G/N POWER, OFF; MAIN BUS TIES, OFF; INTERIOR INTEGRAL LIGHTING, OFF; INTERIOR FLOODLIGHTING, OFF; then coming down, all circuit breakers on panel open; panel 6, the POWER should be OFF; SUIT POWER should be OFF; panel 7, all 5 of those switches should be OFF.

092:15:39 CC
Okay, Jack. That's correct. Go to page 1-7. SCS ELECTRONICS POWER, OFF; SCS SIGNAL CONDITIONER/ DRIVER BIAS 1 and 2, OFF; and BMAG POWER, both, OFF; and DIRECT 02 valve to close. Over.

092:16:08 CMP

092:16:21 CC
Okay. Now on panel 8, I'm going to have to read you a number of circuit breakers that we want open, and so start with CB panel 8 all closed except leave the two that we have there CM/RCS HEATERS, open, and FLOAT BAG open, and add the following. I'll read them up one at a time, and you can Roger. SCS LOGIC BUS, four, to open. Over.

092:16:52 CMP
SCS LOGIC BUS, four, open.

092:16:56 CC
Right. SPS PITCH and YAW, four, to open.

092:17:09 CMP
SPS PITCH and YAW, four, to open.

092:17:13 CC
Roger. SPS GAGING, four, to open.

092:17:26 CMP
SPS GAGING, four, open.

092:17:31 CC
Okay. And SEQ ARM, two, open.

092:17:53 CMP
Okay. Are you with me? SEQ ARM, two of them open.

092:17:58 CC
Roger. The next is EDS, three, to open.

092:18:05 CMP
EDS, three, open.

092:18:08 CC
Roger. The next are ELS BAT A, BAT B, two, open.

092:18:27 CMP
ELRS RAT A and BAT B, two of them, open.

092:18:30 CC

092:18:50 CMP
Okay. POSTLANDING and POSTLANDING VENT, open. 03 20 18 57 CO Okay. That was the - Yes, the POSTLANDING VENT, that's FLT/PL to open. The next are SCS DIRECT ULLAGE, two, to open.

092:19:15 CMP

092:19:21 CC
That's correct, and the next ones are SM RCS HEATER A MAIN B, and HEATER C MAIN B, open.

092:19:45 CMP

092:19:53 CC
That's correct, and SM RCS HEATER B MAIN A, open, and HEATER D MAIN A, open. Over.

092:20:22 CMP
Okay. Got those, too.

092:20:25 CC
Okay, Jack. That's the last of the additions to this page. Go back to the regular checklist, and go to the AUTO RCS SELECT switches. We want all 16 of them open. Over. That is OFF.

092:20:43 CMP

092:21:13 CMP

092:21:15 CC
Okay. Skip 3. We want SECs LOGIC, two OFF, down, and SECs PYRO ARM, two OFF, down. Over.

092:21:31 CMP

092:21:33 CC
Okay, and on panel 9: POWER to OFF. Over.

092:21:42 CMP
All right.

092:21:49 CC
Okay, Jack. I don't think you need to read back all the circuit breakers because we copied them as you went. If you just want to read back - the panel 8, panel 9 changes.

092:22:05 CMP
All right, let's do it. SCS ELECTRONICS POWER, OFF. ... panel 8. All 16 RCS switches, OFF. INTERIOR NUMERICS LIGHTING, OFF; INTERIOR INTEGRAL, OFF; INTERIOR FLOOD LIGHTING, OFF. SPS LOGIC, two, down and OFF. PYRO ARM, down and OFF. Then panel 9 is POWER to OFF.

092:22:42 CC
Okay; that's correct. Jack. Let's go to Page 1-8. In the second line, SUIT POWER's OFF Over.

092:23:12 CMP

092:23:20 CC
Okay, Jack. COMM sounds a little - -

092:23:23 CMP
- - ... too many changes here.

092:23:28 CC
- - COMM sounds better now, Jack - -

092:23:30 CMP
okay, we're back. We - -

092:23:32 CC
Good. SUIT POWER was OFF, and then go to panel 10, POWER, OFF, and SUIT POWER, OFF. Over.

092:23:42 CMP
Okay. I got it.

092:23:44 CC
Okay. And that's the only changes on pages 1-8. Over.

092:23:51 CMP

092:23:57 CC
That's correct. Go to page 1-9 and on panel 100, skip the first four. We want IMU POWER, OFF. Over.

092:24:11 CMP

092:24:12 CC
Okay. Skip the next one, and we want NUMERICS LIGHTING, OFF; FLOOD LIGHTS, OFF; and INTEGRAL LIGHTS, OFF. Over.

092:24:25 CMP
All right.

092:24:26 CC
Okay. On panel 101, skip the first three. We want URINE DUMP to OFF, and WASTE WATER DUMP to OFF. Over.

092:24:39 CMP
Got it.

092:24:41 CC
Okay. On panel 122, the only change is CONDITION LAMPS to OFF. Over.

092:24:51 CMP
All right.

092:24:53 CC
Okay. Panel 162, no change. Panel 163, no change. Now add, in panel 201, FOOD WARMER to OFF. Over.

092:25:13 CMP
Okay. Got it.

092:25:14 CC
Okay. On panel 225. it, will read the same except I have three additional circuit breakers that we want open, and I'll read them up one at a time. The first one is S-BAND FM TRANSMITTER DSE, GROUP 1, open. Over.

092:25:46 CMP

092:25:51 CC
Roger that. The next one is FLIGHT BUS, MAIN A and MAIN B, and that's two breakers, both open.

092:26:06 CMP
FLIGHT BUS, MAIN A, and FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, two of them, open.

092:26:13 CC
Okay. That's correct. The last change is CTE, both open. Over.

092:26:26 CMP
Could you say that again? 03 20 26 29 CO Affirmative. CENTRAL TIMING EQUIPMENT, CTE, both open. Over.

092:26:37 CMP
Okay, CTE, two, open.

092:26:41 CC
Affirmative. And that's all the changes on page 1-9.

092:26:48 CMP
Okay. Let me read it back here. ... order ... POWER, OFF. NUMERICS LIGHTING, FLOOD LIGHTING, and INTEGRAL LIGHTING, three of them, OFF. Panel 101, URINE DUMP HEATERS, URINE DUMP to OFF, WASTE H2O to OFF. Panel 122, CONDITION LAMPS, OFF. Panel 201, FOOD WARNER, OFF. Panel 225, add additions that I read: S-BAND TRANSMITTER DSE, GROUP 1; FLIGHT BUS, MAIN A and MAIN B, CET, two to open.

092:27:27 CC
Okay. That's correct, Jack. Let's go to page 1-10. And on panel 226 - -

092:27:33 CMP
All right. We are going to switch on these. Got a switch on the ...

092:27:39 CC

092:27:51 CMP
Okay. How you reading?

092:27:53 CC
Okay. Satisfactory, Jack. You ready for panel 226?

092:27:55 CMP
Let's go.

092:28:00 CC
Okay. On panel 226, we want all open accept; so change word "Closed" to "Open" and then scratch out the next three lines because we want them open, too. Over.

092:28:18 CMP
Okay. All open accept and you're going to give the ones you want open.

092:28:24 CC
Eight. I'll give you the opens now. We want LIGHTING: FLOOD, MAIN A, MAIN B, and FLIGHT/ P0STLANDING, closed.

092:28:51 CMP

092:28:59 CC
Roger, Jack. EEC0M tells me that's all one circuit breaker, and the next one is LIGHTING: NUMERICS/INTEGRAL, LEB AC2, LMDC-ACl, and R MDC-ACl to closed, and that's one circuit breaker also.

092:29:26 CMP
Okay. I don't know whether I can read that all back. Okay, LIGHTING: NUMERIC/INTEGRAL and I didn't get the rest of it, Joe -

092:29:40 CC
Okay. Stand by 1 second while I make damn sure about this.

092:30:59 CC
Jack, Houston. Over.

092:31:02 CMP
Go ahead.

092:31:04 CC
Okay. On the 226 circuit breakers that I read up, they are - there are six circuit breakers involved and they're all - they're the first six from the left on the bottom row of the panel. They're under LIGHTING. We want the three FLOOD circuit breakers out and the three NUMERIC/ INTEGRAL circuit breakers - I don't mean out, I mean closed. Those six closed and the rest open. Over.

092:31:39 CMP
Okay. There are three FLOOD circuit breakers and three NUMERIC circuit breakers and you want all six of those closed.

092:31:49 CC
That's affirmative. Jack, and all. the rest open. Okay. Panel 227, no change, and panel 229, one addition to the circuit breakers we want open, and those are the TIMERS, MAIN A and MAIN B, two, to open. Over.

092:32:17 CMP
Okay. Okay, you want the TIMING circuit breakers, two of them, open. 03 20 32 24 CC That's affirmative. Okay. On panel 250

092:32:27 CMP
- -panel 229. 03 20 32 29 CC we want all closed accept, and then scratch out all the ones that are there.

092:32:40 CMP
Okay. All closed accept. Okay. I'm ready to copy.

092:32:50 CC
Wait 1 minute. Yes, EEC0M caught me; I said that wrong. We want you to change the word "Closed" to "Open," and then scratch out the ones that are there.

092:33:03 CMP
Okay. All open ...

092:33:10 CC
Okay. The two that we want closed are SEQUENCER A and SEQUENCER B. Over.

092:33:37 CMP
Okay. Panel 250.

092:33:42 CC
Say again, jack. C0MM is just improving.

092:33:48 CMP
Okay. I had to switch OMNIs here. And the two you want all open on panel 250 except SEQUENCE A and SEQUENCE B.

092:33:59 CC
That's correct. Panel 251, no change; panel 252, WASTE STOWAGE VENT valve, closed. Over.

092:34:12 CMP
WASTE STOWAGE VENT valve, closed.

092:34:15 CC
Roger. And, on panel 275, we want all the circuit breakers open; no exceptions. Over,

092:34:26 CMP
Panel 275, all open; no exceptions.

092:34:30 CC
Okay, and that's all for page 1-10. You want to read any of that back? I think you've got it all.

092:34:39 CMP
No, I think I've got it all.

092:34:41 CC
Okay. Let's go to page 1-11. On panel 276, no change; on panel 278, we want all circuit breakers open; no exceptions. Over.

092:34:57 CMP
Panel 278, all open.

092:35:00 CC
Roger. Now we'll skip all the way down to panel 306 where we want the MISSION TIMER to STOP and the EVENT TIMER to STOP. Over.

092:35:23 CMP

092:35:28 CC
Okay. And those are all the changes on 1-11, Jack.

092:35:35 CMP
Okay. Ready for 1-12.

092:35:37 CC
okay. On page 1-12, panel 325, we want both CABIN PRESSURE RELIEF valves to NORMAL. Over.

092:35:49 CMP
Okay. Both to NORMAL.

092:35:52 CC
Okay. On panel 326, we want the REPRESS PACKAGE valves to OFF; the SM 0^ SUPPLY valves to OFF; the SURGE TANK O^ valve to OFF. Over.

092:36:10 CMP
Okay. REPRESS, SERVICE MODULE 02 SUPPLY, SURGE TANK 02, three of them, to OFF.

092:36:19 CC
Roger. You did include the REPRESS PACKAGE there. Okay, GLYCOL RESERVOIR IN valve to CLOSED. BYPASS to OPEN, and OUT valve to CLOSED. Over.

092:36:37 CMP

092:36:51 CC
That's affirmative. Panel 350, no change. Panel 351, MAIN REGULATOR valves, two, to CLOSED, and the H20/GLYC0L TANK PRESSURE REGULATOR valve, OFF, and RELIEF valve, OFF. Over.

092:37:17 CMP
Okay. MAIN REG valve, two, to CLOSED. WATER/ GLYCOL TANK PRESSURE REG and RELIEF valves, both OFF.

092:37:27 CC
Okay. That's affirm. Those to the left, changes on 1-12. Let's go to 1-13.

092:37:35 CMP
Okay. Heady to copy.

092:37:37 CC
Okay. Go down to panel 380, 02 DEMAND REG valve, OFF, and SUIT CIRCUIT RETURN VALVE, pulled to OPEN. Over.

092:37:56 CMP
okay, both 02 DEMAND REG valves are OFF and SUIT CIRCUIT RETURN VALVE pulled OPEN.

092:38:05 CC
That's correct. Go to panel 382. The first one, two, three, four are unchanged. We want SEC EVAP H20 CONTROL valve OFF, and PRIM EVAP H2O CONTROL valve to OFF. Those both are both counterclockwise. Over.

092:38:35 CMP
Okay, Houston. Reading back 382, SECONDARY EVAPORATOR H20 CONTROL valve's OFF, and PRIMARY EVAPORATOR H20 CONTROL valve, OFF.

092:38:49 CC
That's correct. Those are the only changes on 1-13, and there are no changes on 1-14, and you've got it all, Jack. Over.

092:39:01 CMP
Okay. Real good, Joe. ... configures for that panel.

092:39:08 CC
Okay. You can get those configures when you can. And the next order of business I've got for you is a procedure to verify that MAIN BUS B is good. And a little after that, we'll want to read up to you, for your future information, a procedure for transferring LM power to the command module. Over.

092:39:33 CMP
Okay. That sounds good. You want to get this PLSS configuration done first before you give those other procedures, huh?

092:39:44 CC
Yes, I think so. Stand by 1 second and I'll see if FLIGHT has any words for us before you start that.

092:40:22 CC
Jack, Houston. Over.

092:40:26 CMP
Go ahead.

092:40:27 CC
Okay, we don't have anything for you. Our only concern is that you'll wake up somebody; is there anybody sleeping right now?

092:40:37 CMP
No. We're all sitting here eating. I'm just going to get a bite to eat. Then I'll write down that switch configuration, or I'll copy the procedure now, if you want.

092:40:48 CC
Yes, okay. Understand they are all up. Did you say you wanted to copy the other procedure now? Over.

092:40:57 CMP
I can if you want. It's your choice.

092:41:00 CC
I'd rather you went ahead with the switch con- figuration. Jack.

092:41:06 CMP
Okay, let's do that and then I'll be back with you.

092:41:10 CC
Okay. See you later. And tell Jim that Deke wants him to go to bed.

092:41:21 CMP
Okay. I'll tell him that right now.

092:41:24 CC

092:41:25 CMP
I'll tell you, I'll get my switch set done first before I eat so I won't disturb Jim any.

092:41:31 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

092:41:36 CMP
Go ahead.

092:41:37 CC
Stand by 1 minute. Jack, before you go in there. FLIGHT has got one other item for you.

092:41:48 CMP
Deke wants you to go to bed.

092:42:17 CMP
Right now.

092:42:30 CMP
... like that ... I got up about 1 hour ...

092:43:31 CMP
You know what I thought - I think what we saw venting was the result of our DELTA-Vs stirring up things, popping the relief valve. Yes. We don't see anything venting now. ...

092:44:03 CMP
Okay, Houston. We are standing by.

092:44:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

092:44:16 CMP
Okay, Joe.

092:44:18 CC
Okay, Jack. You can go ahead and set up that. switch configuration. What we are discussing is having you activate the MAIN BUS TIE motor switches a little later on simply to verify that they will be okay, because the batteries are probably getting a little bit cool. But we'll be back to you with a procedure and discussion about that after you get the switch configuration set up. Over.

092:44:47 CMP
Okay, I'm going to go get the switch configura- tion done now before Jim goes to bed so I don't disturb him.

092:44:55 CC
Okay. Real fine.

092:45:00 CMP
Jim thinks Deke sounds like Frank Borman on Apollo 8.

092:45:04 CC
(Laughter) Okay. Sorry about that.

092:45:11 CMP
I'm going to give the C0MM to Fred-o, now.

092:45:59 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

092:46:02 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

092:46:07 CDR
Okay, before I hit the sack, Joe, I just want to make sure - How are you still planning an MCC at 107 and what's the latest find?

092:46:16 CC
Okay, Jim. We are still gathering our thoughts on the MCC, but some of the considerations go like this: FIDO tells us that we can do that correction probably as late as 118 hours, with no significant DELTA-V penalty, and with plenty of tracking thereafter to make sure that we've done the right thing, and to set you up for a late MCC if we need it, which we probably wouldn't. We are happy with the PTC mode that you are in now, and, although we are working up a - an AGS PTC mode to use after the midcourse correction, we'd kind of like you to stay in this PTC for a while because it is doing good. We are looking at the weather in the landing area. We don't think we'll have a problem but we are checking it real close. and if there is any changing that we want to do, we want to get it into this midcourse course correction. And for reasons like that, we are considering possibly delaying the midcourse correction from 104 hours to some time between there and 118. We'd like to know what you think about it. Over.

092:47:33 CDR
We have no druthers. As long as we do the mid- course and there is plenty of tracking thereafter to correct for another midcourse; that's my only concern.

092:47:44 CC
Okay, Jim. Roger that. And based on FIDO's input that he'd like to do it not later than 24 hours before EI, we will be doing it prior to 118 hours.

092:47:57 CDR

092:48:38 LMP
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

092:48:43 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

092:48:48 LMP
Question, Joe. Jim has been talking to me about how we are going to do this midcourse, and awhile back when we went through this power up, we had pulled the STAB/CONTROL ASA breaker. I was wondering - we lost the heaters in the ASA - I was wondering how it looked? What kind of shape it's going to be in?

092:49:18 CC
Okay. Stand by on that one, Fred.

092:49:24 LMP

092:49:48 CC
Fred, Houston.

092:49:52 LMP
Go ahead.

092:49:53 CC
Roger. I am told that we'd see 38 degrees for that package, and it'll be okay for the burn. We're massaging the detail procedures for this burn at this time and we expect to have a real clean setup to you in plenty of time.

092:50:12 LMP
Okay, very good.

092:50:30 LMP
And I don't know if Jack passed it on to you, but Jack and I just finished logging about 6 hours sleep, each.

092:50:51 CC
Roger, Fred. Copy that. Is it a little chilly up there?

092:50:58 LMP
Yes. We made the mistake of putting up the window shades, which we won't do again; and with this powered-down mode, we're not generating much internally, and it really did get chilly.

092:51:13 CC
Yes. I guess you'll have to generate your own heat in there for a while.

092:51:19 CC
Deke says unstow the Exer-Genie.

092:51:26 LMP

092:57:47 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

092:57:52 LMP
Go ahead, Houston.

092:57:54 CC
Fred, just wanted to let you know in advance that we're coming up on the redline C02 value for the secondary canister, and we expect to get there in something like a half hour, at which time we'll be asking you to switch over to the command module canisters. I have the rest of that procedure ready and I just wanted to warn you a little bit in advance. Over.

092:58:20 LMP
Okay. And I've got a question for you, Joe.

092:58:25 CC
Go ahead.

092:58:31 LMP
Okay. The - I need to find out if the condensate container that we were going to use to strain some water in on the lunar surface - is that container also completely airtight? Okay to use it to put fluid in through here in zero g?

092:59:01 CC
Fred, I didn't copy what you wanted to use it for. Over. 03 20 59 09 LMP

092:59:21 CC
Fred, Houston. We'll have to stand by for 1 minute. We are in a noisy state of COMM.

092:59:29 LMP
Okay. How do you read now, Joe?

092:59:31 CC
Oh, that's much better. Go ahead.

092:59:36 LMP
Okay. I was just going to any we haven't had an overboard waste water dump since clear back around the other side of the Moon. About this time, we're running out of the bags we've got on board here.

093:00:03 CC
Okay. I'm - I'm stupid this morning, Fred. I'm not quite sure what you are getting at.

093:00:14 LMP
Okay, Joe. We need some place to put the urine.

093:00:18 CC
Okay. It sounds to me as if the suggested receptacle is perfectly satisfactory. Do you think you can use it in its present configuration?

093:00:34 LMP
Oh, yes. We got all the innerconnects - hookups we need, but I wasn't sure if that gadget was devised solely with the l/6g environment in mind, and whether it might leak somehow in zero g.

093:00:50 CC
I'll have them verify that, but off the top of my head, I'm sure it's going to be all right. We'll check it, Fred.

093:00:59 LMP

093:05:22 LMP
Okay. How do you read, Joe?

093:11:53 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

093:12:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

093:12:06 LMP
Okay, Joe. One thing I've noticed, that a couple of circuits there now - the pulse ... - at least the number of them, is markedly decreased, and ... rather bad and, apparently, that added venting we had out of the service module was some overboard relief valve, maybe letting go, because it appears to have stopped now.

093:12:38 CC
Okay, Fred. Copy that. Thank you.

093:23:14 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

093:23:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

093:23:24 LMP
What do you read down there for partial pres- sure CO2?

093:23:29 CC
Oh, let's see. We're reading 6.6 right now, Fred. What do you read?

093:23:38 LMP
I'm reading about 12.5. I guess we've got a gage problem ... I did just get a MASTER ALARM and no caution light; we kind of figured that's what it was, with CO2 approaching its limit. Maybe it didn't quite come out here.

093:23:59 CC
Okay. Let me get a go, and I think it's time for us to go ahead and put these other canisters on. Stand by 1.

093:24:08 LMP
Okay. We went to 15 on the primary last night before 1 changed it and - - 03 21 24 16 CC Roger that, Fred. We wanted to 03 21 24 18 LMP I don't have a steady - I don't have a steady ECS light on at this time, Joe, so it must have just been a momentary.

093:24:28 CC
Okay. We know when you went to 15 last night on primary. We want to switch out today at 7.6. Let me check and see if we're ready.

093:24:41 LMP

093:25:13 LMP
Yes. That's what it is, Joe. I've got something going on this alarm ... ECS light.

093:25:24 CC
Fred, Houston. The C0MM isn't too sharp and I didn't copy.

093:26:34 CC
Okay, Aquarius; Houston - -

093:26:37 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. How do you read?

093:26:38 CC
- - Why don't you try it now? You're loud and clear now, Fred.

093:26:42 LMP
Okay. I was just - I'm getting MASTER ALARMS every few seconds and I am catching a glimmer now of the ECS light. For the time being, I have ... - ... open. Okay, now we got the ECS light on steady.

093:27:07 CC
Okay. Copy that. You have the MASTER ALARM, with the ECS light. We are ready to go ahead and get you on the command module canisters. And as the first step, I'd like to know whether you've inserted the commander's red hose to the second canister bag. Over. 03 21 27 29 IMP Okay. Yes. Sure enough; the commander's red hose is inserted into the canister bag.

093:27:39 CC
Okay, Fred. The next thing I'd like you to do is to take some more gray tape and tape over half the outlet area of each of the blue nozzles; the commander's and the LMP's. The reason we're doing this is we're going to be running this loop through the secondary LiOH canister hole with the canister removed, and we don't have the flow restriction we need to keep the separator from overspeeding. Over.

093:28:11 LMP
Okay. Yes, that's right. So we want to tape over half of the - both the blue and the red commander hoses. Is that right?

093:28:22 CC
Negative, Fred. That's half of the commander's blue hose and half of the LMP's blue hose - the outlet hoses.

093:28:31 LMP
Oh, okay. I'll tape over half of each of the outlets. Stand by.

093:28:37 CC

093:31:40 LMP
Okay. I'm going to turn off one suit flow valve at a time while I am doing the taping, Joe.

093:31:51 CC
Say again, please, Fred.

093:31:56 LMP
Okay, while I'm doing the taping, I'll have that particular suit flow valve in the suit DISCONNECT position momentarily.

093:32:03 CC
Okay. Fine.

093:43:46 LMP
Okay. Row do you read now, Joe?

093:43:49 CC
Okay, Fred. Reasonable COMM. Are you ready for the next step? Over.

093:43:57 LMP
Okay. One correction - the red hose that's connected up right now to the lithium cartridge in the LMP's - Wait a minute.

093:44:17 CC
Okay, Fred. Understand only the LMP's red hose is actually plugged into the canister bag. In that case, we would like you to follow the procedure for inserting the other red hose in the other canister bag as follows: you cut a diagonal hole in one comer of the bag. Look at the other bag and see how it was done. Stick the hose in about 6 inches. Try to get the outlet nozzle down if you can, or else sideways, and then just tape up the hose to the bag to make a nice tight seal. Over.

093:45:02 LMP
Okay. Jack's back in here. I guess he can do that. Stand by.

093:45:08 CC

093:45:58 LMP
How do you read, Joe?

093:46:00 CC
Okay, Fred. Is that done? Over.

093:46:06 LMP
No. That's still in works. I just wanted to comment you might pass on to Steve Grega, we thank you a lot for those rendezvous procedures. They went to making up these little boxes.

093:46:29 CC
Okay. We appreciate your appreciating it. We're just having a ball down here working on all kinds of new procedures, Fred. The CPCB is in session, and we expect to have your entry procedures out here by Saturday or Sunday at the very latest.

093:46:50 LMP
Saturday or Sunday?

093:46:52 CC
At the very latest!

093:47:14 LMP
Take your time. Jack.

093:47:36 LMP
Why don't you run that other hose back up in the tunnel so Jim can get some air.

093:47:54 LMP
Yes. I got it.

093:51:52 LMP
And Joe, how you read now?

093:51:55 CC
Satisfactory, Fred. Go ahead.

093:52:01 LMP
Okay. Back to the condensate container. I guess the only question I really need answered is will it leak?

093:52:11 CC
Is will it leak? Oh, yes. Stand by l.

093:52:22 LMP
And we've checked all the fittings and I know I can hook everything up to our UCDs. So, if it doesn't leak, we can transfer.

093:52:31 CC
Okay, Fred. We still don't have a final answer on whether or not it'll leak. If you need it, I'd go ahead and use it; and standing by for your completion of the hose-insertion procedure.

093:52:52 LMP
Okay. The hose-insertion procedure ... the second cartridge is complete.

093:52:59 CC
Okay. That's complete. The next step is to switch to the primary CO2 canister and remove the secondary canister and stow it. Over.

093:53:14 LMP
Okay. I'm going to have to get off COMM here; I'll let Jack get the headset.

093:53:19 CC

093:53:28 CMP
Hey, Joe. I'm on the headset now.

093:54:06 LMP
Is that secondary? ... secondary?

093:54:24 LMP
Both cartridges are out.

093:54:33 CMP
Okay, Joe. Fred has the secondary cartridge out. We're back on primary now.

093:54:39 CC
Okay, Jack. The next step is to place the command module canisters with the hoses attached in a suitable location to permit the bottom of the canister to be exposed to free airflow and tape them in place. Ideally, well, it doesn't matter. Just - just pick out your own spot.

093:55:05 CMP
Okay. I'm going to tell yon where they are. They're both situated., as you say, with the bottom of the canister exposed to free air, and one is sitting right by the - the LMP's is sitting right by the EPS panel, and the CDR's is up in the tunnel.

093:55:26 CC
Jack, Houston. The COMM got real noisy there, and I didn't copy that. Stand by a moment.

093:56:02 CMP
Okay, Joe. How do you read now?

093:56:04 CC
Okay. That's real good. Jack; go ahead.

093:56:09 CMP
Okay. The canisters are situated as you - as you would like with the bottom of the canister exposed to free air.

093:56:17 CC

093:56:18 CMP
The position of the LMP's canister - The LMP's canister is sitting on the EPS panel now, and the CDR's canister is positioned up in the tunnel.

093:56:31 CC
Okay. Real fine. Jack. The next step is to physically separate both blue hoses a good distance away from the canister so that we don't short circuit the flow, and tape them in place; and the ideal location for them would be up in the tunnel so as to got some flow into the command module. Over.

093:56:57 CMP
Both hoses in the - up into the command module?

093:57:03 CC
Oh, you can use your judgment on that. Jack. We'd like at least one, and the recommendation that I got was to put them both up in the tunnel.

093:57:15 CMP
Okay. We have the LMP's blue hose up by the LMP's window and the - Of course, the red hose is separated by some 4 feet. And the - Okay. We're going to - and the other hose - the - has the extension on it - The CDR's blue hose, of course, has the extension on it, and it's blowing way up in the command module. And the red hose is about - Oh, it's right at the docking ring where the blue latches are, so there's about 4 or 5 feet difference from there, too. Is this satisfactory?

093:58:03 CC
Okay, Jack. That sounds satisfactory. The next steps are - are suit-loop configuration steps, and the first one is to - -

093:58:14 CMP
Okay. SUIT DIV - -

093:58:17 CC
- - is to place the SUIT DIVERTER valve to the PULL EGRESS position.

093:58:26 CMP

093:58:31 CC
That's affirmative - -

093:58:32 CMP
That's done - -

093:58:33 CC
Okay. The next step is CABIN GAS RETURN to EGRESS. Over.

093:58:43 SC

093:59:24 CC
Okay, Jack. Did you copy CABIN GAS RETURN to EGRESS? Over.

093:59:32 CMP
No, I didn't get that, Joe. CABIN GAS RETURN to EGRESS.

093:59:37 CC
That's correct.

093:59:43 CMP
Okay. That's done.

093:59:45 CC

093:59:52 CMP

093:59:55 CC

094:00:01 CMP
Okay. I got that done.

094:00:03 CC
Okay. And the last step is select secondary CO2 canister. We'll let it flow through the empty hole, and let's see how we do.

094:00:13 CMP
Select secondary CO2 canister.

094:00:16 CC
Roger, Jack. That completes that procedure, and the next thing I've got for you is a procedure for going back into the command module and powering up the main buses temporarily using the BUS TIE switches. We want to do this for two reasons: first of all, we want it absolutely verified that there arc no loads on the main buses, that we've got everything off and that the buses look good; and the second thing we want to do is to Power the bus - the main buses, with the BUS TIE motor switches, and then depower them by pulling the circuit breakers, leaving the MAIN BUS TIE switches in the on position, just to assure that they'll be there when we need them, whether the batteries get cold or not. Over.

094:01:33 CMP
Okay, Joe. How you read?

094:01:36 CC
Better now, Jack. Satisfactory. Did you copy my rationale for the main bus powerup?

094:01:45 CMP
Yes, I did. You want to remove - You want to power up both buses, with the BUS TIE motor switches; first of all, to sec that there are no loads on the buses, and second, and then depower the buses by pulling the circuit breakers to insure that the motor switches don't - that the BUS TIES stay on so that they're there when we need them.

094:02:09 CC
That's correct. Jack. Are you ready to copy the procedure?

094:02:15 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

094:02:16 CC
Okay. As the first step, I have one change to the basic configuration that we gave you, and it's two more circuit breakers that we want open. On panel 225 - Are you ready to write that down? Over.

094:02:35 CMP
Yes. I'm all ready, Joe. Go ahead.

094:02:48 CMP
Joe, I'm all ready. Go ahead.

094:02:50 CC
Okay. On panel 225, we want the RENDEZVOUS TRANSPONDER FLIGHT BUS circuit breaker open, and the S-BAND I'M TRANSMITTER/DSE FLIGHT BUS circuit breaker open. Over.

094:03:24 CMP

094:03:35 CC
Okay. That's correct. Jack. And now we'll go into the main bus powerup procedure. And the first step there, is on panel 5. We want the BAT CHARGER BAT A CHARGE circuit breaker closed, and the BAT CHARGER BAT B CHARGE circuit breaker closed. Over.

094:04:15 CMP
Okay. That's EAT CHARGER BAT A CHARGE, BAT CHARGER BAT B CHARGE, both closed on panel 5.

094:04:25 CC
That's affirmative. We need them closed to power the switches. Next on panel 5, we want the EPS SENSOR SIGNAL MAIN A and MAIN B circuit breakers closed. Over.

094:04:52 CMP
Okay. Panel 5, CB EPS sensor's signals MAIN A and MAIN B closed.

094:05:00 CC
Okay. That's affirmative. We need them closed so that you can read out your volts and amps. Next step, on panel 250, we want circuit breaker BAT A POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING and BAT B POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, closed. Over.

094:05:35 CMP
Okay on panel 250, CB BAT A POWER, ENTRY and POSTLANDING, closed; BAT B POWER ENTRY and POST- LANDING, closed.

094:05:50 CC
That's affirmative. And at that point, we'd like you to check the BAT bus voltages on both BAT buses to make sure we don't have any shorts. Over.

094:06:09 CMP
Okay. Read the BAT bus voltages on BAT BUS A and BAT BUS B.

094:06:13 CC
That's affirmative. The next step on panel 275: circuit breaker MAIN A, BAT BUS A, closed, and circuit breaker MAIN B, BAT BUS B, closed. Over.

094:06:44 CMP
Okay. On 275, circuit breakers MAIN A, BAT BUS A, closed; MAIN B, BAT BUS B, closed.

094:06:56 CC
That's affirmative. The next step on panel 5: we want the MAIN BUS TIE A/C switch to the BAT A/C position, and verify proper voltage on MAIN BUS A, and read the amps on BAT A to make sure we don't have a short. Over.

094:07:29 CMP
Okay. ...

094:07:46 CC
Okay, Jack; Houston. We're in bad C0MM again; let's wait a minute.

094:08:03 CMP
Okay. How do you read ...?

094:08:04 CC
That's better. Jack. Go ahead with your read- back;

094:08:10 CMP
Okay. Place MAIN BUS TIE A/C, on, read MAIN BUS A current and voltage.

094:08:19 CC
Okay. That's affirmative. The next step will be the MAIN BUS TIE B/C switch to the on position and read MAIN B voltage and battery B amperage as above. Over.

094:08:49 CMP
Okay, MAIN BUS TIE B/C on; read MAIN B voltage and current.

094:08:55 CC
Okay. That is correct. Then to reconfigure from this configuration. Jack, we want you to leave the MAIN BUS TIE switches in the on position and pull the circuit breakers out in reverse order that we had you close them. Over; and do you want me to read them up individually?

094:09:17 CMP
No, let me see if I've got it here. I go down to panel 275, open CB MAIN A, BAT BUS A and CB MAIN B, BAT BUS B. Then I go down to 250, and pull CB BAT A POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING and BAT B POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING and then up on panel 5, pull EPS SENSOR SIGNAL MAIN A, SENSOR SIGNAL MAIN B, BATTERY CHARGER BAT B CHARGE, BATTERY CHARGER BAT A CHARGE. And then close - I don't know whether you want me to close the RENDEZVOUS RADAR TRANSPONDER FLIGHT BUS and S-BAND TRANSMITTER/DSE FLIGHT BUS.

094:10:03 CC
Okay, Jack. We don't want you to close those last two. Those are changes to your basic configuration, and we want to leave them open for now. Over.

094:10:15 CMP
Okay. I'll do that. Was the rest of the readback okay?

094:10:17 CC
That's correct. Readback was 100 percent, and we'll wait to hear from you.

094:10:32 CMP
Okay, Joe. And just for confirmation, I went through the switch list you gave me. We are in exactly that configuration with one exception, and that is over on panel 382. I have not, the a - H2O ACCUMULATOR is in the OFF position so that if we need any more water, we can get it.

094:11:05 CC
Okay. Roger, Jack. Copy that. On panel 382, you've left the Hl0 ACCUMULATOR valves in the OFF position, and we concur.

094:11:16 CMP
Okay. And there's one other thing that I don't know whether you're aware of. We have no lithium hydroxide canisters in panel two fif- in - canisters now. So when we get ready to power up, you'll have to remind us when you want us to add some.

094:11:38 CC
Okay, Jack. We copy that. That's correct, and I'll add that to our basic checklist so that we won't forget it.

094:11:47 CMP
Okay. Real fine, Joe, and I'm on my way back into the command module.

094:11:51 CC
Good deal.

094:11:53 CMP
Thank you.

094:12:04 LMP
How do you read, Joe?

094:12:19 LMP
And, Joe, how do you read Aquarius?

094:12:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Pretty good. Go ahead.

094:12:29 LMP
Okay. I'm back on the line now, but Jack really ... headed back to the upstairs bedroom.

094:12:39 CC
Okay. Roger that, Fred.

094:13:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

094:13:06 LMP
Go ahead.

094:13:07 CC
Okay, Fred. We recommend that you push your MASTER ALARM circuit breaker in so you'll have audio and visual on that, and, also, we medical types are getting to feel left out down here, and we'd like you to give us BI0MED ... position, if you're plugged in for it, and we'll see whether it affects the voice or not. Over.

094:13:36 LMP

094:14:22 LMP
Hey, Houston; Aquarius. On DOWN VOICE BACKUP S-band, how do you read me?

094:14:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Read you now satisfactory.

094:14:36 LMP
Okay, And that's my

094:14:39 CC
Okay, Thank you very much, Fred.

094:14:46 LMP
Actually, a good deal of that little power pack heats up and ...

094:14:53 CC
Roger that.

094:19:11 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. 0.3 22 19 14 CO Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

094:19:18 LMP
Okay, Jack just ... himself back down. And after he put on the 250 BAT A, BAT B breakers, he read BAT bus volts as 32.3 on A, 37.0 on B; he then punched in the 275 breakers, which tied the batteries to the buses, and at that time he read the A bus volts 32.0 on A, zero amps; 37.0 on B, zero amps.

094:19:59 CC
Aquarius, Houston. The C0MM got noisy there, and I want to make sure we get these numbers right, so I'd like to ask you to repeat them ...

094:21:00 LMP
Okay. How do you read now, Joe?

094:21:01 CC
Okay; probably okay, Fred. Read it nice and slow so we'll be sure to get it. Over.

094:21:10 LMP
Okay. Jack pushed in the 250 BAT A, BAT B entry breakers. He read battery bus volts as 32.3 on A, 37.0 on B. Then he pushed in the 275 breakers tying the BATs to the main buses. In this configuration, MAIN A is at 32.0 volts, zero amps; MAIN B is at 37.0 volts, zero amps. So it looks like the buses are okay.

094:21:47 CC
Okay, Fred. Copy those numbers and thank you very much. I assume you got them off all right.

094:22:00 LMP
That's affirm. We got all the breakers pulled again.

094:22:03 CC
Okay. Real fine.

094:32:33 LMP
Hey, Houston; Aquarius. Row do you read?

094:32:38 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

094:32:43 LMP
Okay. How did our ... configurations appear to be working down there?

094:32:54 CC
I'm sorry, Fred, but we got noisy again there-

094:33:02 LMP
Okay. Let me know when you want me to try it.

094:33:05 CC
sounds better already. Go ahead.

094:33:11 LMP
Okay. I'd just like to how's - how's our lith-o cartridge setup ... appear to be working down there.

094:33:21 CC
We are reading 0.2 on our C02 sets here, and we're all delighted. It seems to be working fine.

094:33:31 LMP
Boy, that is great.

094:33:40 CC
And Fred, Houston. In a Little while here, I'm going to have a procedure that I want to read up to you and have you copy down for future use. It's a procedure for powering the command module main bus off the LM, and it's something that we feel that's going to come in real handy later on for such things as popping off the command module entry batteries, and also possibly for doing some preheating and preliminary powering up of the command module before we get rid of LM. We'll have that for you in probably 10 or 15 minutes. Over.

094:34:25 LMP
Okay, okay, Joe. That's good. Sounds good.

094:34:31 CC

094:36:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

094:36:16 LMP
Go ahead.

094:36:18 CC
Okay, Fred. Our procedure-generating mill has generated another very short one for you here. It's a procedure for getting an onboard read-out - -

094:36:27 LMP
Standby l, Joe.

094:36:38 CC

094:37:02 LMP
Okay, Joe. Go ahead.

094:37:05 CC
Okay, Fred. This is a procedure for getting a read-out of the descent propcllant tank temps. It's no big problem, but our LM people say that the bottom of the descent stage is probably cooling off, and we just want to verify that the descent water tank will be okay. Right now, it looks as though it won't freeze until several hours after it's empty, but we want to have you read these temperatures out to us so we can see how good our predictions are. The procedure is, on panel 16, close the PROPELLANT DISPLAY/ENGINE OVERRIDE LOGIC circuit breaker. Over.

094:38:12 LMP
Okay. The PROPELLANT DISPLAY OVERRIDE circuit breakers are closed. ... the propellant.

094:38:21 CC
Right, Fred. The next step is simply to turn the PROPELLANT TEMP PRESS MONITOR switch to DESCENT 1, read the fuel and OX temps, turn it to DESCENT 2, read the fuel and OX temps; tell us what they are.

094:38:44 LMP
Okay. On DESCENT 1, I get a fuel temp of 66.5 degress, OX ... on DESCENT 2, I get ...

094:39:05 CC
Okay, Fred. We're in noisy C0MM here; I got DESCENT 1 fuel 66.5; stand by a second.

094:39:35 LMP
Okay. How do you read, now ...?

094:39:37 CC
That's better. Go ahead.

094:39:47 LMP
Okay. You got 66.5 on DESCENT 1 fuel temp, oxidizer temp is 66 degrees.

094:39:53 CC
Okay. Copy - -

094:39:54 LMP
On DESCENT TANK S, fuel is reading 60 - Okay. DESCENT 2 fuel is reading 68 degrees; oxidizer, 65 degrees.

094:40:03 CC
Okay. Copy that, Fred. Thank you. We'd like you to pull the circuit breaker, and we'll probably come to you again in 5 or 6 hours for another check. 03 22 40 14 LMP Okay. The panel 16 ENGINE ... OVERRIDE is open.

094:40:19 CC

094:46:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

094:46:59 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

094:47:05 LMP
Go ahead.

094:47:10 CC
Okay. We're chasing a small glitch that we saw a while ago in the 02 flow rate which is now normal again, but what we'd like you to do is, first of all, to tell us whether, during that canister procedure, you moved O2 DEMAND REG A to any position other than CABIN, and then we'd like you to move it to OFF momentarily and back to CABIN for us.

094:47:39 LMP
Okay. To answer your question, Joe, it's no. I checked the CABIN all the time. Qualitatively, when we switched to this configuration, it didn't seem like the frequency or the suit fan noise ... decreased ... logged down a little bit, but I'll follow your procedure. You want me to take REG A, go to close and back to CABIN; is that correct?

094:48:10 CC
That's correct, Fred.

094:48:15 LMP
Okay. We're in close.

094:48:18 CC

094:48:22 LMP
Now, I'm back to CABIN.

094:48:24 CC
Okay. Thank you very much, Fred. I'll get hack to you if we see anything.

094:50:17 SC
(Music - The Age of Aquarius)

094:50:42 CDR
... Thank you.

094:50:47 CC
Hey, have you guys got a woman on board?

094:50:57 LMP
No way I could handle that.

094:51:30 LMP
And, Joe, do you have the ... out for the ...?

094:51:39 CC
I'm not sure I copied that, Fred. If you asked me whether I had that powerup procedure, I don't have it for you, yet. Over.

094:51:54 LMP
No. The question was, do you have a ... from the Moon burn.

094:52:04 CC
Still didn't understand, Fred. I'm sorry.

094:52:08 LMP
Okay. We'll be able to get better COMM.

094:52:09 CC

094:53:00 LMP

094:53:55 CC
Fred, Houston. You want to try it, now?

094:54:12 LMP
How do you read, Houston?

094:54:14 CC
That's pretty good, Fred.

094:54:19 LMP
Okay. Two things: first of all, we noticed a

094:54:30 CC
Gol darn it. Just as you started talking, it got noisy again, Fred; try it again.

094:54:37 LMP

094:54:45 CC
Try it now, loud and slow.

094:54:51 LMP
Okay. Jack had a question on how far out from the Moon are we now?

094:55:04 CC
On how far out what?

094:55:08 LMP
From the Moon we are now?

094:55:10 CC
Oh. Our little plot shows you just touching the 180-thousand-mile line. So you're about 40 K out from the Moon.

094:55:20 LMP
Okay. Okay. And the other thing is, we've noticed some fresh new particles floating around outside, so possibly the service module is starting to vent a little bit again.

094:55:39 CC
Okay. Copy that, Fred. On the 02 flow thing, we clearly saw the DEMAND REGULATOR go to OFF and back to CABIN. TEL MU [?] thinks that it's no big thing that you've seen a little change in flow due to the different resistance we've got in the circuit.

094:56:01 LMP

094:56:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

094:56:33 LMP
Go ahead.

094:56:35 CC
Okay, Fred, Recommend you go to OFF on the BI0MED switch. We never did get any BI0MED and it might clear up the COMM a little bit.

094:56:49 LMP
Okay. How you read now?

094:56:52 CC
Okay, Fred. That might be a little better.

094:57:41 LMP
We're on the 180 - K line, right now.

094:57:44 CDR

094:57:47 LMP
We're about 40 050.

094:58:04 CMP
... It's 550 over there.

094:58:11 LMP
Okay. It's ... there.

094:58:16 CMP
Just split the difference.

094:58:19 CDR

094:58:21 LMP
Okay. I got a copy of the ... K ...

094:58:25 CMP
Is that right?

094:58:26 LMP

094:58:35 CMP
That midcourse should be interesting. You know, the mode we're going to do it in.

094:58:42 LMP
Manual AGS ... DPS burn. We're controlling ... TTCA attitude. ...

094:58:49 CMP
... down under ...

094:58:52 LMP

094:58:54 CMP
We can't help them too much. Actually it isn't bad . .. but goddamned unfortunate. In part, I get a feeling ... now when I get ... Just before ... goes to zero in 1 second I'm going to pull them out ...

094:59:35 CMP
Another burn that's never been done.

094:59:43 LMP
Go to the - Go to the technique for a lash and ... it's the burn technique.

094:60:02 LMP
I'm sure they got something written out, maybe ...

094:60:09 CMP
A what?

095:00:13 LMP
Well, hell. Jack. All you - you don't use a very good one ... Just if you'll go ... at your attitude reference for ... and the g-meter backup. Because, really, you can almost ... The command module and your odds are 60 to 40 that you're going to hit Earth blunt-end first, without any reference.

095:00:38 CMP
... I didn't realize that. That proves you've got a little bit above 50-percent odds that you're going to enter blunt end, and -

095:00:49 LMP
We made an entry like that in Apollo 8 in a ... with Houston, ol' Buzz went and turned on the command module heaters and left them on. The activators, they went, "Shooo!" both tanks; we had no gas. Just had a real slow rate ... We actually went out in the console and started debriefing, but left it running and watched it; and the son of a bitch did a hop-skipout, a hopout, underneath ..., but not much, and then we did a long hop ... but - The second reentry, also, it did one ... both times. It lucked out twice and made a real peculiar ... They went to zero g ...

095:01:45 CMP

095:02:01 LMP
Yes, we did. Jack.

095:03:36 CMP
... But we're in this wobble.

095:03:40 LMP
... pass ... then it'll come back down.

095:06:02 LMP
Hey, Aquarius; Houston. How do you read me?

095:06:04 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Okay. Go ahead.

095:06:11 LMP
Okay, Joe. It - Our wobble in this PTC has picked up where the Moon is running by pretty high in the window and the Earth pretty low; so I expect - On the side where the Moon's present. we'.re having a little bit of trouble with the COMM ... breakout there in a couple of places.

095:06:37 CC
Okay. Roger that, Fred.

095:08:33 LMP
... pressure gage as far as the noise ... get the thing from the AFT.

095:09:10 CMP
Houston, Aquarius.

095:09:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

095:09:20 CMP
Okay, Joe, I'm all set to copy that procedure for powering up the command module from the LM, whenever you want to give it to me. When did you, I guess you want to put battery A out of the CHARGE, huh?

095:09:32 CC
Jack, we're not certain when the best time is to implement this procedure, and what we want to do at this time is read it up to you, so you'll have it and understand it and we'll - We'll be able to do it quickly when the time comes. And I don't have it for you quite yet. Over.

095:09:56 CMP
(Laughter) Okay. All right. I'll be standing by to copy it whenever you get it.

095:10:03 CC
Okay, Jack.

095:11:34 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

095:11:42 CMP
Joe, I got to switch antennas here. Okay, Joe, I read you on the FORWARD antenna.

095:11:52 CC
Okay, Jack, I have the procedure now to read up to you. Before I do, I want to mention something that will be of interest to Fred. We are looking at the SHe tank pressure rise and we expect it to blow. We don't know exactly what time it will go, somewhere around 105 hours or perhaps later than that. We've got plenty of blowdown capability. We just thought you ought to be informed.

095:12:23 CMP
Okay. Stand by. I'll tell him, now.

095:12:27 CC

095:12:28 CMP
Fred, they said they're looking at the SHe tank pressure rise, and they expect it to blow somewhere around 105 hours ... Okay. Fred thought they did. ...

095:12:48 CC
Okay. Real fine. Are you ready for the procedure, now. Jack?

095:12:55 CMP
Yes. Joe, how long is it? Is it a big long one, or a short one, or a medium sized ... about how many pages?

095:13:01 CC
It's about - I'd say 15 to 20 steps. Jack. Some of it is LM stuff, and the rest of it is in CSM.

095:13:15 CMP
Okay. I got a fresh page here, and I'm ready to copy.

095:13:18 CC
Okay. I'll give you the LM steps first. They have to be done first, and the first step is on panels 11 and 16, circuit breakers ASCENT CA, ASC ECA, two to close.

095:13:42 CMP
Okay. Panels 11 and 16 CBs ASCENT ECA to closed.

095:13:50 CC
Okay. Next step: panels 11 and 16 CB ASCENT ECA CONTROL, two, to close. Over.

095:14:11 CMP
Okay. On 11 and 16 CBs ASCENT ECA CONTROLS to close.

095:14:19 CC
Okay. That's correct. The next step is BAT 5 and 6 NORMAL FEED to high; those are switches.

095:14:41 CMP
Okay. BATs 5 and 6 NORMAL FEED, ON.

095:14:46 CC
That's correct. Next step: BATs 1 and 3 to OFF slash RESET. Over.

095:15:05 CMP
BATs 1 and 3 to OFF slash RESET.

095:15:09 CC
That's correct. Next step: wait 30 minutes for preconditioning.

095:15:23 CMP
Okay. That's wait 30 minutes for preconditioning.

095:15:29 CC
That's correct, and the last LM step for now is BATs 2 and 4 to OFF/RESET.

095:15:50 CMP
Okay. BATs 2 and 4 to OFF/RESET.

095:15:55 CC
That's correct. Now we'll go to the CSM, and the first step there in connect LM/CSM umbilical. Over.

095:16:17 CC
Okay. The next step, on panel 5, CB LM P0WKR-1 MAIN B [???] and POWER-2 MAIN B, both, closed. Over.

095:16:43 CMP
Okay. On panel 5, CB LM POWER-1 MAIN B and 2 MAIN B, both, closed.

095:16:52 CC
That's correct. On panel 5, CB EPS SENSOR SIGN.AL MAIN B to clone. Over.

095:17:11 CMP
EPS SENSOR SIGNAL MAIN B closed on panel 5.

095:17:16 CC
That's correct. Next step, panel 250: CB BAT B POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING; closed. Over.

095:17:40 CMP
Okay. On panel 250: CB BAT B POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING , closed.

095:17:50 CC
That' s Charlie. Verify MAIN BUS voltage; then, LM POWER switch on panel 2 to CSM. Over.

095:18:14 CMP
Okay. That's verify the MAIN BUS voltage, and switch LM POWER to CSM.

095:18:23 CC
Okay. That's correct. Then go back to 275, CB MAIN B BAT BUS B to open. Hey, Jack, that's the step I skipped for you, I'm afraid. Before verifying MAIN BUS voltage, you have to, on panel 275, close CB MAIN B BAT BUS B. Over.

095:19:07 CMP
Okay, Joe. How are you reading on the AFT OMNI.

095:19:11 CC
You're okay now. Co ahead.

095:19:15 CMP
Okay. After putting the BATTERY B POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING on, then I want to push the - on panel 275 MAIN B to BAT BUS B in, huh?

095:19:38 CC
That's right. Then you go to verify MAIN BUS voltage, LM POWER to CSM, and then, on panel 275, circuit breaker MAIN B BAT BUS B to open. Over.

095:19:53 CMP
Okay. After verifying the MAIN BUS voltage con- necting the LM POWER to CSM I want to pull MAIN B BAT BUS B, or MAIN B to BAT BUS B, open.

095:20:06 CC
That's correct. And then on panel 250, circuit breaker BAT B POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING to open, and verify MAIN BUS B voltage.

095:20:37 CMP
Okay. Panel [???] BAT B POWER/POSTLANDING, open, and then verify the MAIN BUS voltage.

095:20:44 CC
Okay. That's correct. The last steps are to get the LM back on descent batteries. The first step is BATs 1, 2, 3, and 4, HI VOLTAGE, ON. Over.

095:21:12 CMP
Okay. Then the next step is a LM step, BATs 1, 2, 3, and 4, HI VOLTAGE, ON.

095:21:19 CC
That's correct, and the last step in the LM, BATs 5 and 6 to OFF. Over.

095:21:33 CMP
Say again; you cut out there, Joe.

095:21:36 CC
Okay, Jack. The last step in the LM, BATTERIES 5 and 6 OFF. Over.

095:21:47 CMP
Okay. BATs 5 and 6 go OFF..

095:21:51 CC
That's correct. That should configure you. Note that circuit-breaker protection on that circuit limits the available current to 15 amps. We think we can do quite a bit with it though. And the LM/CSM umbilical will be hot and MAIN BUS voltage may be monitored by selecting MAIN B on the gage. Over.

095:22:16 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

095:22:18 CC
Good deal. Jack.

095:22:22 CMP
Okay. And I'll be ready to implement this when- ever you call it up.

095:22:26 CC
Roger that.

095:22:54 LMP
And how do you read, Joe?

095:22:56 CC
Pretty good, Fred.

095:23:00 LMP
Okay. While Jack was on C0MM, 1 was looking out the docking window here, and I could see another good shower of particles coming out of the service module. And the position this time appears to be on the other side. Before, we'd always seen them out of window 1, and where I'm looking at it from here, it looks like it'd be down below window 6 somewhere in the service module. Jack's going upstairs to nee what it looks like up there.

095:23:33 CC
Okay. Good deal. We copy that, Fred. And to show you how relaxed we are about the entry, Ken is looking at - giving you guys a chance to - prior to going into entry, PREP to snap a few pictures of the service module.

095:23:56 LMP
Ken is, huh? (Laughter)

095:24:02 CC
Yes, he's got all that film up there, and he doesn't want to waste it.

095:24:06 LMP
Oh, I thought maybe you'd want me to do a PLSS EVA to go shoot pictures or something.

095:24:11 CC
Okay, okay.

095:24:22 LMP
You're right; we got a lot of pictures.

095:24:34 LMP
I guess I agree it surely would be nice to document it someway if we can, but it doesn't look like ...

095:24:45 CC
Yes, we think it'd be a lot of help.

095:25:41 LMP
Joe, how do you read me?

095:25:45 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

095:25:50 LMP
Okay. The condensate transfer worked great.

095:25:57 CC
Stand by a minute, Fred. We're in a bad C0MM mode.

095:26:13 CMP
Okay. Connect LM/CSM umbilical.

095:26:16 LMP
Okay. How's that?

095:26:17 CC
That's better.

095:26:21 LMP
Okay. The waste transfer into the condensate can works real well, Joe.

095:26:29 CC
Okay. Good deal.

095:26:33 LMP
So, I guess we can keep FIDO happy with no overboard dumps.

095:26:39 CC
Roger that.

095:27:14 LMP
Yes, that brings up one more possibility, Joe.

095:27:19 CC
Say again, Fred.

095:27:23 LMP
Brings up another possibility. Now that we've got all of that stowed into the bags and the condensate can, we could probably blow all of that through the PLSS ..., I wonder how the sublimator would work on waste water.

095:27:38 CC
It might work if we had to do it. Fred. Right now we're looking at a comfortable excess of water through the sublimator. We were talking among ourselves this morning about having you try out the PLSS to ascent tank water-transfer situation and we decided not to do it, not to recommend it, because we figure it'd take us 30 hours to empty one of the ascent tanks, which you have to do in order to get PLSS water to it, and we'd rather use the descent water and we don't think we've gotten any sweat. Over.

095:27:39 CC
It might work if we had to do it, Fred.

095:28:21 LMP
Okay, Joe. I don't think there's any question about it from the plumbing standpoint that we could do that if we had to.

095:28:36 CC
Okay. Copy that.

095:40:35 LMP
And, how do you read, Joe?

095:40:40 CC
Read you pretty good, Fred. Go ahead.

095:40:45 LMP
I think our PTC wobble is growing worse. The Earth now is really up to the top of the window. I have to get way down almost to the floorboards to view it. Conversely, the Moon is way down at the bottom of the window.

095:41:06 CC

095:41:09 LMP
A lot more wobble.

095:41:10 CC
Roger --

095:41:11 LMP
Far more wobble than I noticed on my previous watch.

095:41:19 CC
Okay. Copied that, Fred. And our thermal people will be looking at it- One of the things we're talking about relative to the midcoursc correction is we'd like not to do it before the SHe tank goes, if it's going to go, just so it won't give us a problem reestablishing PTC. And right now our people think that the burst disk will Pop around l06 hours.

095:41:52 LMP

095:44:27 LMP
The L-shaped bag is ...

095:46:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

095:46:39 LMP
Go ahead.

095:46:40 CC
Okay, Fred. Since you went ahead and used the PLSS condensate container, we got the procedure in for using it. I'm not going to read it up to you except that it cautions a little bit about shaking it too much or about filling it too full, because they feel that if you do that the vent valve might unseat and the bag might leak a little bit. Over.

095:47:10 LMP
Okay. We haven't removed it from its stowage spot. We just left it right in place, and just - he mated the tank at the end of the cable and hooked right into that.

095:47:25 CC
Understand. That's satisfactory and recommended that you leave it in the stowage spot. That should help the situation.

095:47:37 LMP

095:48:27 LMP
We got a - we got another flow shower going on outside. Particles, seeing them vented against the service module. Jack thinks it may be an H2 vent. ...

095:48:41 CC
Okay. Copy that. What window are you looking at it out of, Fred?

095:48:48 LMP
Out the LM docking window.

095:48:50 CC
The docking window. Roger that. Somebody just handed me your latest consumables status report, and you're using between 11 to 12 amps an hour real steady, and it looks real good.

095:49:07 LMP

096:20:45 CMP
Joe, what are you showing for GET now?

096:20:50 CC
I think you wanted the GET, Jack, and the present GET is 96 hours 21 minutes. Over.

096:21:01 CMP
Okay, thank you.

096:21:03 CC

096:21:16 CC
And Jack, Houston. For your information, FIDO tells me that we are in the Earth's sphere of influence and we're starting to accelerate.

096:21:29 CMP
I thought it was about time we crossed. Thank you.

096:21:33 CC

096:21:39 CMP
We're on our way back home.

096:21:49 CMP
There's something that puzzles me, Joe. Vance mentioned yesterday that the planned entry is a CMC-guided entry, so I'm kind of curious as how are we going to get the alinement.

096:22:09 CC
Did you say how we're going to get guidance? Over.

096:22:14 CMP
No. Row are we going to get a platform alinement?

096:22:18 CC
Okay. We got a number of interesting ideas on that and the latest one I've heard is to power up the LM platform and aline it, and aline the CM platform to it.

096:22:32 CMP
Okay. That sounds good.

096:22:34 CC
Okay. And we're working out detailed procedures on that, Jack.

096:22:39 CMP

096:37:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

096:37:06 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

096:37:07 CC
Okay. We are taking our final look at the mid- course procedures and we have a question as to the present position of one of the switches. The switch is the AGS STATUS switch on panel 6. We'd just like to know where it's at.

096:37:27 CMP
Okay. Stand by.

096:37:44 CMP
Okay, Joe. The AGS STATUS switch is OFF.

096:37:47 CC
Okay. OFF. Thank you.

097:14:26 SC
Houston, Aquarius.

097:14:37 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

097:14:42 SC
Okay, Vance. I just heard a little thump, sounded like down in the descent stage, and I saw a new shower of snow flakes come up that looked like they were emitted from down that way. We've already decided though - I wonder what the SUPERCRIT pressure looked like now.

097:15:02 CC
Okay. Understand you saw a thump in the descent stage and a few snow flakes. We'll take a look down here, see if we see anything.

097:15:46 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

097:16:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

097:16:10 LMP
Go ahead.

097:16:12 CC
Fred, we don't see anything wrong. For example, your SHe appears to be okay as far as we can see. The thing we don't have data on, is the ... tank down there.

097:16:30 LMP
Okay. And I doubt if it would have been that anyway.

097:16:35 CC
Okay. While we have you on the horn - -

097:16:37 LMP
We're still getting -

097:16:42 CC
Roger. Still getting it.

097:16:43 LMP
Go ahead.

097:16:45 CC
While you're on the horn, be advised our calculations show you might be running out of potable water in the CSM pretty soon. Also, that you might start to have hydrogen tank venting in the CSM and a question. Next time Jack looks through the sextant and telescope, we'd like him to see how it looks. Do you have anything on the optics, any specks or anything?

097:17:20 LMP
Okay, ...

097:20:05 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. How do you read?

097:20:09 CC
Aquarius, we read you 4 by 4. Go ahead.

097:20:15 LMP
Okay. It looks like the PTC is deteriorated enough that ... the docking window of the LM, and...

097:20:55 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We got part of your trans- mission. Understand the PTC has deteriorated quite a bit and you'd like to know what to do about it. Is that affirm?

097:21:10 LMP
Negative. How do you read now, Vance?

097:21:12 CC
Okay. A little better.

097:21:16 LMP
Okay. The only comment was that it has deterio- rated to where the Moon is now coming through the overhead docking window now, in a portion of each pass, and about that time I just lose COMM on either antenna, so there's going to be a short period of time on each revolution where we're not going to have COMM.

097:21:38 CC
Okay, Fred. We understand that and one more item for clarification on the water. We don't really know what your usage of potable is. That was purely an estimate assuming a fairly healthy usage.

097:21:57 LMP

097:24:14 LMP
Hey, Houston; Aquarius.

097:24:20 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

097:24:25 LMP
Okay. Jack just took a look through the optics - through one REV, and he said they look good, loud and clear. He doesn't have any current condensate on either the sextant or telescope.

097:24:40 CC
Okay, Fred. Thanks for the info.

097:36:07 LMP
How do you read, Vance?

097:36:11 CC
Okay. I'm reading you weakly, Fred. Go ahead.

097:36:17 LMP
With all this other procedures you've been working on there, I thought I was going to have a new one for you. How to get four gingerbread cubes apart; I think they were stuck together with epoxy.

097:36:53 CC
This is in the food bag? 04 01 36 59 IMP Yes.

097:37:01 CC
That's to stand loads of launch and boost. 04 01 37 07 IMP Roger. Tool B did the trick.

097:37:28 LMP

097:37:34 CC
Hey, Fred. John says you can use the dikes on it to get them apart.

097:37:42 LMP
Yes, that probably wouldn't have crumbled them as badly.

097:37:49 LMP
I generally don't use the subtle approach. You can tell we're feeling pretty good, Vance, when we start complaining about the food.

097:37:58 CC
Yes. That's good to hear.

097:38:11 CC
I think everybody's feeling better down here, too.

097:41:15 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

097:41:20 LMP
Go ahead.

097:41:21 CC
Fred, we have you on the Goldstone big dish now, and our C0MM is much better. If you'd like would you turn the BI0MED switch on to either crewman there.

097:41:36 LMP
Okay. Stand by. I'll have to plug in first.

097:41:38 CC

097:42:03 LMP
Okay, Vance. How do you read on baseband.

097:42:08 CC
We read you just - Stand by.

097:43:02 CC
Okay, Fred. We're receiving your MED data; it was a little slow in coming in.

097:43:09 LMP

098:23:04 LMP
Houston, Aquarius. Are you calling?

098:23:08 CC
Negative. No call from here.

098:23:13 LMP

098:26:14 LMP
And, Vance, this is Aquarius.

098:26:19 CC
Go ahead, Fred. 04 02 26 23 IMP Okay. Jim's coming back on the line, and I'll be unhooking on the BIOMEDs, and you want us to go back to the SPA DOWN VOICE BACKUP?

098:26:44 CC
Standby. 04 02 26 48 IMP Okay. Jim doesn't have his BI0MED rigged on right now, so ... DOWN VOICE ...

098:27:07 CC
Okay, Fred. You're too weak on that last. I understand you're disconnecting, and your BIOMED will be off. Say again about Jim, please.

098:27:24 LMP
Okay. How do you read now?

098:27:26 CC

098:27:30 LMP
Okay. All I said was Jim doesn't have his BIOMED rigged right now so I'll go back to DOWN VOICE BACKUP SPA and Jim's coming on the line.

098:27:49 CC
Okay. We copy you're in DOWN VOICE BACKUP.

098:28:53 CDR
Well, I'm thinking about the last 10 hours. We've lost our suit compressors.

098:29:02 CDR
Because we don't want to use the power.

098:29:18 CDR
Well, that's what I'm saying. We can use these fans right here and use the circulate air right through the use of those fans.

098:29:34 CDR
Are we on mike now?

098:29:45 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

098:29:49 CC
Roger, Jim. Good morning.

098:29:53 CDR
Good morning, Vance. How's things going down there?

098:29:56 CC
Oh, quiet and smooth.

098:29:59 CDR
Oh, it's afternoon down there.

098:30:06 CC
Right. We thought maybe it was morning to you.

098:30:12 CDR
Well, I've sort of lost track. But I had a good sleep.

098:30:17 CC
Glad to hear it. Doctor just said he wondered how many hours?

098:30:29 CDR
Oh, let's say whenever I left Jack, and Fred came up and we ate for about an hour, and then I went to bed, so whatever that time was. It must be about 5 hours, something like that; 4 or 5 hours.

098:30:42 CC
Good. Glad to see you catching up.

098:31:42 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

098:31:50 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

098:31:51 CC
Jim, the next time that it's convenient, could you get the readout of the REPRESS package in the command module for us? Over.

098:32:02 CDR
Will do.

098:32:04 CC

098:32:08 CDR
When you go back there, Fred, they want the REPRESS package readout.

098:32:15 CC
We don't want to wake anyone up to get it.

098:32:21 CDR
No. No one's asleep now.

098:33:37 CDR
It has? ...,was it? ... you get forward to it and a pretty good view of the venting.

098:34:13 CDR
And, Houston, Aquarius. It looks like service module venting has ceased, at least momentarily.

098:34:19 CC
Roger. Understand service module venting has ceased momentarily. Row about the descent stage? Does Fred report venting down there? Do you still see that?

098:34:33 CDR
Stand by.

098:34:36 CDR
What is your report on descent stage venting - Was it venting? Anything else going on? Any more venting?

098:34:51 LMP

098:34:52 CDR
No. Fred hasn't seen anything else from the descent stage. And I understand that we can expect the - the SHe - tank pressure to build up to relief here about 105 hours.

098:35:06 CC
Roger. A little later than that - like 106 - 107.

098:35:13 CDR

098:35:43 CDR
Did you get some interior photos?

098:35:48 LMP

098:35:52 CDR
Okay. I'd like to show them the arrangement of these hydroxide canisters. Do you have?

098:36:10 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

098:37:11 CDR
Did they give Jack any more procedures, on command module powerup? 04 02 37 16 IMP

098:37:18 CDR
Did they give Jack any more procedures on com- mand module powerup?

098:39:04 CDR
Well, they think it might be up here.

098:39:06 LMP

098:39:08 CDR
The main thing we got to think about, and when we have to get to them, is the procedures for LM jettison, the transfer of the LM to CSM mode (cough), LM jettison. 04 02 39 23 LMP

098:39:24 CDR

098:40:33 CDR
... the LM mode?

098:41:17 LMP
All we have to do is turn the BIOMED ... on, and we'll be in there.

098:41:34 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

098:41:39 CC
Roger. Go ahead, Aquarius.

098:41:44 CDR
We would like permission to turn the BIOMED on to get off the hot mike mode. I don't think that we have to be on it now if you have the big dish on, do you?

098:42:05 LMP
Yes. Yaw's coming - or roll's coming up for it, and we were going to burn.

098:42:13 CC
Roger, Jim. We concur. Go ahead and turn it on.

098:42:18 CDR
Okay. Fine; thank you.

098:42:22 CC
One other point. The philosophy of timing this midcourse is based a little bit on doing it just before the SHe tank is supposed to vent. That way, we hope that we would have - - be powered up and you would have control when the venting occurs, in case you were tossed around a little bit. Over.

098:42:45 CDR
Okay. Understand. Philosophy on the midcourse is doing it prior to venting of the SHe tank, which means we'll be doing this around 105 hours, I suppose, or 105:30 and so I'll have control of the spacecraft if it should give us some perturbation.

098:43:06 CC
Roger. Then, after that, we would establish PTC again.

098:43:16 CDR

098:48:01 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

098:48:05 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

098:48:09 CDR
Our REPRESS package pressure is 820.

098:48:14 CC
Okay. REPRESS pressure 820. Thank you.

098:54:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

098:54:23 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

098:54:26 CC
Jim, could you switch your BIOMED switch to the position opposite to where it is now? We are getting a subcarrier, but no data. Over.

098:54:45 CDR
Now you know, Houston, I don't have BIOMED on.

098:54:53 CC
Okay. And we have a small addition to the pro- cedure that was read up to you earlier, which involves power transfer from the LM to the CSM.

098:55:17 CDR
Stand by 1.

098:55:19 CC

098:55:59 CDR
Okay, Houston. Go ahead.

098:56:02 CC
Okay. At the end of the procedure, after the step BAT 5 and 6, OFF, add the following: circuit breakers, panels - panels 11 and 16, ASCENT ECA CONTROL, both open. Over.

098:56:37 CDR
Okay. After the step BAT 5 and 6, OFF, step 3 will be circuit breakers panels 11 and 16 ASCENT ECA CONTROL, both open.

098:56:50 CC
That's correct, Jim. And this is to guard against a single-point failure that - a remote possibility that would preclude you from getting the batteries back on.

098:57:04 CDR

098:58:20 CC
Go ahead.

099:49:43 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

099:49:47 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

099:49:52 CDR
Okay. We just had a battery warning ... Batery 2.

099:50:07 CC
Stand by, Jim. The COMM's no good here right now.

099:50:20 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. How do you read now?

099:50:23 CC
Go ahead. Loud and clear.

099:50:26 CDR
Okay. We just had a battery warning MASTER ALARM, and it looks like it's battery 2.

099:50:38 CC

099:50:48 CC
Roger, Houston - This is Houston. Could you close the POWER AMP circuit breaker, and we'll get some high bit rate?

099:50:56 CDR

099:51:08 CDR
It's closed.

099:51:09 CC
Okay. And we need high bit rate.

099:51:49 CDR
Are you picking it up, Houston?

099:51:53 CC
Roger. And we want tc open the BAL LOAD CROSS TIE on panel l6. Over.

099:52:00 CDR
Say again.

099:52:01 CC
Open the BAL LOAD CROSS TIE breaker on panel 16. Over.

099:52:08 CDR
Open BALANCE LOAD CROSS TIE breaker on 16. Roger.

099:52:11 CC
That's affirm.

099:52:13 CDR
It's open.

099:53:12 CDR
If you're getting high bit data, we could do an OFF/RESET and go back on on battery 2. We're standing by for that.

099:53:29 CC
Okay. Could you turn off battery 2, and leave it off and let us look at it?

099:53:36 CDR
Say again. You want us to turn off battery 2, and leave it off until you look at it?

099:53:39 CC
That's affirmative.

099:53:42 CDR
Okay. Battery 2 coming off the line.

099:54:27 CC
Okay, Aquarius. So you want to stay in this configuration for awhile, and let's look at the battery.

099:54:34 CDR
Roger. We'll stay in this configuration.

099:54:41 CC
Want to close the BAL LOADS circuit breaker back now.

099:55:00 CC
13, Houston- We want to close the BAL LOADS circuit breaker on panel l6 now, again.

099:55:08 CDR
We have it closed; the closed - BALANCE LOADS circuit breaker is closed.

099:55:13 CC

099:55:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request RANGE FUNCTIONS switch to RANGE ...

099:55:49 CDR
All right. RANGE FUNCTIONS switch going to RANGE.

099:55:53 CC

099:57:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

099:57:49 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

099:57:54 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

099:57:56 CC
Jim, on battery problem, we have determined that it is not overcurrent or reverse current. We suspect it's over-temp, but don't know for sure, so we're going to watch it for awhile.

099:58:12 CDR

100:00:20 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

100:00:25 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

100:00:27 CC
Jim, Charlie has some procedures to read up for you here; I think you'll need your activiation checklist, if it's handy.

100:00:38 CC
Aquarius, that's the contingency checklist.

100:00:40 CDR
Okay. I'll just - Okay. Stand by, Charlie.

100:01:12 CDR
Okay, Charlie. I've got the contingency checklist, and standing by.

100:01:16 CC
Okay, Jim. We'd like you to turn to page - page 24, which is the "30-Minute Activation," and this is going to be a procedure for the midcourse burn that we got coming up at 105 with the AGS up. Over.

100:01:36 CDR
Roger. On the midcourse at 105, and I'm on page 24.

100:01:41 CC
Okay; "30-Minute Activation," omit steps 1, 2, and 3; perform step 4, "RCS system A/B-2." Over.

100:01:58 CDR
Roger. Omit steps 1, 2, and 3; perform step 4.

100:02:03 CC
Roger. And on the "EPS Activation," same page, perform step 1; and in step 2, perform line num- ber - line number 6, "EPS DISPLAY-CLOSE." Over.

100:02:28 CDR
Okay. On "EPS Activation," perform step 1, and perform step 2, line 6 only; is that correct?

100:02:37 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. The rest of the stuff is already closed at this time, so that's all we'll have to do is close the EPS DISPLAY breaker.

100:02:57 CDR

100:02:58 CC
All right. Turn to pege 25. On page 25, omit step 3; perform step 4. On step 4, last line, scratch "CB(l6) EPS: INVERTER 2, closed." Over.

100:03:25 CDR
Roger. Omit step 3; perform step 4, except for the last line. Circuit breaker 16, EPS INVERTER 2, closed.

100:03:34 CC
Roger. That's correct. On step 5, perform step 5. Under "Primary Glycol Loop Activation," step 1, line 1, "CB(l6) ECS: DISPLAY - CLOSE." That's a crew option; you can have it if you want to. Omit the rest of step l and step 2. Perform step 3. Over.

100:04:11 CDR
Okay. On primary glycol loop activation, crew option on step 1, first line; the rest of it we'll omit. Step 2, we'll omit, and we'll do step 3.

100:04:27 CC
That's affirmative, Jim, with the following DELTAS on step 3, and if you'll turn to page 26, I'll give you the DELTAs on the activation circuit breaker list. Over.

100:04:43 CDR
Okay. I'm there.

100:04:45 CC
Roger. On line 1, correction, row 1, under AC BUS A: TAPE RECORDER should be open; DECA GIMBAL, open. All the other ones as shown on the page. Over.

100:05:12 CDR
Okay. On row 1, AC BUS A: TAPE RECORDER and DECA GIMBAL will be open. All the rest as shown.

100:05:20 CC
Roger. And we don't know the status of your windows. If you - During this burn, we're going to have to look out the forward window to get the alinement with the COAS, so you might need the commander window heater and you can, of course, use that breaker if needed, since we do have the AC power. On row 2 - Go ahead. Over.

100:05:46 CDR
I don't think we'll need it, Charlie.

100:05:47 CC
Okay; fine, Jim. On row 2, under PCS SYSTEM A: ASCENT FEED 2 and ASCENT FEED 1 should be open. Under FLIGHT DISPLAYS: MISSION TIMER should be open; GASTA, open; ORDEAL, open. Under AC BUS A: GASTA, open. The rest are as shown on the page. Over.

100:06:28 CDR
Okay. On row 2, we're going to open up ASCENT FEED 2 and ASCENT FEED 1 under RCS SYSTEM A. We're going to open up the MISSION TIMER, and FLIGHT DISPLAYS: the GASTA and the ORDEAL; and the AC BUS A: the GASTA.

100:06:46 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. Row 3, under PROPELLANT: DESCENT HELIUM REG/VENT should be open. Under HEATERS: RENDEZVOUS RADAR STANDBY, open; LANDING RADAR, open. Under STAB/CONTROL: ATCA (PGNS), open. Under ED and LIGHTING: all four open. Over.

100:07:35 CDR
Okay. Row 3, under PHOPELLANT - propulsion: the DESCENT HELIUM REG/VENT will be open: the STANDBY RENDEZVOUS HEATER will be open and the LANDING RADAR HEATER circuit breaker will be open. I just changed antennas; and, keeping on down the line, ATCA PGNS will be open and the last four circuit breakers, two under ED and two under LIGHTING, will be open.

100:08:07 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. Under row 4, under ECS: GLYCOL PUMP AUTO TRANSFER, close. Under C0MM: UP DATA LINK, open; VHF B and VHF A should be open. Under PGNS: LGC/DSKY, open; IMU OPERATE, open. Over.

100:08:50 CDR
Okay. Under row 4, the AUTO TRANSFER will be close. UPDATA LINK, open; VHF A and B, open; DSKY, open; and IMU OPERATE, open.

100:09:09 CC
That's affirm. On the last row, the only DELTA is under the CROSS TIE BUS and it should be open. Over.

100:09:20 CDR
Say that again, Charlie.

100:09:22 CC
Okay. Under the last row, under EPS is the only DELTA and that is under the CROSS TIE BUS. It should go open. Over.

100:09:34 CDR
Roger. The CROSS TIE BUS should go open.

100:09:38 CC
That's affirm. Going on to page 27, Activation, panel 16. Under RCS SYSTEM Bravo: ASCENT FEED 1, ASCENT FEED 2 should be open. Under PROPULSION: PQGS should be open; ASCENT HELIUM REG, open. Over.

100:10:12 CDR
Okay. Line 1, on panel 16, ASCENT FEEDs 1 and 2 will be open. And the PQGS will be open, and the ASCENT HELIUM REG will be open.

100:10:24 CC
That's affirmative. On the next three rows, we only get the nine DELTAs, so I'll go through the next three rows completely and then you can read those back. Under LIGHTING

100:10:36 CDR

100:10:37 CC
Under LIGHTING; FLOOD, open; TRACK, open. Under ED LOGIC - Correction, under ED: LOGIC, open. Under STAB/CONTROL: DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE, open. Under ECS: SUIT FLOW CONTROL, open. Under row 3, COMM: DISPLAY, open; VHF A TRANSMITTER open; VHF B RECEIVER, open. Under ECS: DISPLAY, that's crew option. Last row, under EPS: INVERTER 2, open. Over.

100:11:45 CDR
Okay. On the last three rows, we have FLOOD and TRACK circuit breakers, row 2, open; LOGIC POWER B, open; DESCENT ENGINE OVERRIDE, open; SUIT FLOW CONTROL, open. On the third row - row, DISPLAY, open; VHF A and - VHF - VHF A TRANSMITTER, open; VHF B RECEIVER, open. And under ECS: we have DISPLAY, open, at crew option. And the last one, INVERTER 2 under EPS, will be open.

100:12:23 CC
Roger. That's a good readback. Under that ECS DISPLAY, it shows it closed. If, with it closed, you can have some readout of - onboard readout of your ECS system - draws a lot less than a half amp so it's up to you whether you want it or not. Okay, on page 28.

100:12:42 CDR

100:12:44 CC
On page 28, step - perform step 4 with the fol- lowing changes in the warning light status. Under the warning lights, you will probably - you will have ASCENT PRESSURE and an LGC light. Scratch "RCS A and RCS B REG." Under caution lights, you'll have a PRE AMPS light. Over.

100:13:20 CDR
Roger. Under warning, we'll have ASCENT PRESSURE and LGC; and under caution, we'll have a PRE AMP.

100:13:27 CC
Affirmative. Under "VHF/S-band Activation and Checkout," scratch step 1. Under step 2, change "DOWN VOICE BACKUP" to VOICE." Scratch step 3. Under "PGNS turn on," scratch entire procedure. Under "DAP Set/Gimbal Drive," scratch entire procedure . Over.

100:14:13 CDR
Okay. Under "VHF/S-band Activation and Checkout," scratch step 1. Do step 2 with the following change, "DOWN VOICE BACKUP" to "VOICE." Scratch step 3. Scratch the entire remaining events that page. Over.

100:14:32 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. Going on to page 29. We've got - At this point, there's a write-in required. It's about a six or seven liner, and I'll try to go fairly slowly and let you write it down, if you're ready to copy. Over.

100:15:03 CDR
Ready to copy.

100:15:05 CC
Okay. At this point, we'd like you to "Verify RCS heaters in AUTO for 15 minutes."

100:15:19 CDR
Is that the first step, Charlie?

100:15:20 CC
That's affirmative. What we're trying to do here is we're getting you set up in an attitude so you can damp your rates and come out of FTC. And this is the configuration I'm reading you now, the next - in the next six lines, the procedure for getting you into a configuration to damp the rates and stop PTC. Over.

100:15:43 CDR
Okay. So the first thing will be to - "Go to AUTO on the RCS SYSTEM A and B"?

100:15:50 CC
It's the "Verify that the heaters have been in AUTO for 15 minutes." Back on the first page of this procedure, you put the heaters in AUTO and you pushed the breakers in, and we'd like for them to warm up the quads for 15 minutes before we start to - stop at - stopping PTC. Over.

100:16:12 CDR
Roger, "Verify heaters RCS on for 15 minutes."

100:16:16 CC
Okay. Step 2: "BALANCE COUPLE, OFF; DEAD BAND, MINIMUM; ATTITUDE CONTROL: PITCH and ROLL to PULSE; YAW to DIRECT; MODE CONTROL: AGS, ATT HOLD; GUIDANCE CONTROL to AGS; damp rates; pitch and roll with the TTCA, yaw with the ACA with the Earth in the front window." Over.

100:17:45 CDR
Okay, let's see if I got it. Step 2 is "BALANCE COUPLE'S OFF; DEAD BAND, MIN; ATTITUDE CONTROL: PITCH and YAW at PULSE; YAW, DIRECT. MODE CON- TROL will be in AGS, ATT HOLD; GUIDANCE CONTROL will be in AGS; we'll damp the rates; pitch and roll with the TTCA, and yaw with the ACA; and we'll probably have to have some reference point, so I have to try and stop on the Earth." Over.

100:18:14 CC
Roger, Jim. We were hoping that in your PTC that you occasionally see the Earth coming through the window; and, if that's true, then we'd like you to have to - just damp the rates with the Earth in the forward window. And then we'll give you the burn attitude via the forward window on the Earth momentarily. Over.

100:18:44 CDR

100:18:46 CC
Okay. That was the entire procedure for damping the rates, only - though I only gave you - said it was step 2, that was the entire procedure. Now, continuing on to what's printed on page 29 - Correction, you had one error in the readback under ATTITUDE CONTROL. It was PITCH and ROLL to PULSE; YAW to DIRECT. Continuing on, on page 29 with the printed procedure, the first four lines, scratch. Step 3, scratch. Under "AGS Activation," one change: add a step. First step will be "Verify ASA CB(16) in for 10 minutes." The rest of the AGS activation is as printed. Over.

100:20:02 CDR
Okay. "Verify ASA circuit breaker 16 in for 10 minutes"; and, I take it, 10 minutes back in our procedures we'll have a note saying to put that in.

100:20:14 CC
It's - the circuit breaker goes in on the circuit breaker activation page, Jim. So, by the time we get here and have the rates all damped, we feel that - that the FIFAs will be up to temperature by this time, and we can go ahead and turn it - turn the AGS on at this time. Over. But we just want you to verify that.

100:20:36 CDR
Okay. And one other question, Charlie. I'd like to know if the note you gave me about damping the rates is before the other information on page 29.

100:20:49 CC
That's affirmative. Add that in to the top of the page. The - What we're really doing - Let's - let's put it in to right before the "AGS Activation ." The other - the other procedure on the top of the page belongs with the "DAP Set Gimbal Trim," and we're just omitting all of that procedure. So the addition that - on the damping, the rates should really go in right before the "AGS Activation." Over.

100:21:20 CDR

100:21:22 CC
What we're really trying to do is get you in a posture so that when you see the Earth come through the window, you can damp her out and hold - hold the Earth in the window. Proceeding on to the rest of page 29, under "RCS PRESS," scratch the entire three steps as printed. On page 30, scratch step 4 under the "RCS PRESS." Over.

100:21:55 CDR
Roger. Under "AGS Activation," well, I included that step on the ASA circuit breaker and we'll do step l and 2 under "AGS Activation." But then we'll scratch steps 1, 2, and 3 under "RCS PRESS" and, on page 30, we'll scratch step 4.

100:22:12 CC
Affirm. Under "DPS PRESS," step 1, line l, scratch. Line 4, "DESCENT HELIUM REG 1, talkback barber pole." Under step 2, scratch; step 3, scratch! "LANDING GEAR DEPLOY," scratch. Over.

100:22:47 CDR
Okay. Under "DPS PRESS," we'll scratch the first line and we'll have the "DESCENT HELIUM REG, talkback to barber pole." We'll scratch steps 2 and 3, and we'll scratch the "LANDING GEAR DEPLOY."

100:23:03 CC
Roger. Now we got, on the back of page 30, Jim, you've got a blank page in your checklist, or should have, and we'd like to add a procedure to get you to bum attitude. Over.

100:23:20 CDR
Okay. A procedure to get the burn attitude.

100:23:24 CC
Okay. First statement is a statement: "Verify AGS in OPERATE for 5 minutes." Then we go to "AGS address 400 plus 5, then 400 plus zero. ATTITUDE CONTROL: PITCH and ROLL to PULSE; YAW, MODE CONTROL. Maneuver using TTCA pitch and roll." The computer is controlling yaw, but you can override with ACA. You with me? Over.

100:25:08 CDR
Okay, Charlie. I'm with you so far.

100:25:11 CC
Okay, Jim. "When in attitude, ACA out of detent to zero error needle. Then set VENT TIMER," and we'll give you a countdown on that when you get to that step. Over.

100:25:52 CDR
Okay. "When in attitude, ACA out of detent to null needles, and set DET."

100:25:58 CC
Roger. Now, that - the burn attitude will be coming up on a pad, but, basically, we're looking for a local horizontal retrograde burn, which means, using a C0AS, if you put the horizontal line on the COAS on the horns of the Earth and then roll to place the X-axis in the direction of the Sun, we'll - that will put us in both burn attitude; and you can check that via the Sun which will be in the ACT detent 2. Should lie right along the cursor at the top. We'll have some more words on that for you momentarily. Now, I'd like to go on to page 31 if you're ready. Over.

100:27:01 CDR
Okay. I figure I have a handle on the attitude, the way the Earth should look in the COAS, and you're going to give me some words on what the Sun would look like in the A0T. Is that right?

100:27:14 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. We haven't got a picture of it yet. It's going to be in the top part of the COAS - Correction, top part of the AOT at the top of the - the top of detent 2 and the top part of the AOT, and it should, in attitude, if you're right on the Sun, should split the cursor, though that roll angle is not too critical; if we're in about 10 degrees, we'll be okay. We - but I think - we think you should be able to get it better than that. On page 31, under the "DPS Burn Technique," you can scratch the bottom part below the little diagram there since the gimbal is locked. Over.

100:28:07 CDR
Understand scratch the bottom part underneath the diagram because the gimbal is locked.

100:28:12 CC
That's affirmative; and, since the gimbal was trimmed out at the big burn yesterday, we should be still through the e.g., and we'd like to make sure that Jack sits in the same place for this burn that he did yesterday. That way, we'll - you should have no trouble controlling attitude. Now I'm ready to go over to page 32. Over.

100:28:42 CDR
Okay. Let me see if I have that right, now. You want Jack to sit in the same attitude so that the gimbals are the same place so you don't have trouble controlling attitude. I got it.

100:28:50 CC
Okay. Now on page 32, top of the page, first line, scratch "VERB 76." Third line, "MODE CONTROL: AGS, ATT HOLD." At "Minus 6 minutes," scratch lines 1, 2, and at "Burn Attitude," scratch "VERB 40 NOUN 20." Scratch lines 2, 3, and 4. Now at "Burn Attitude," we want you to do a "400 plus 5" and then a "VERB - a 400 plus zero." And we have a caution note at this point. Over.

100:29:57 CDR
Go ahead.

100:29:59 CC
Okay. The caution i.i after "400 plus zero": Do not go out of detent on ACA again." Over.

100:30:33 CDR
Okay. After the last "400 plus zero," "Do not go out of detent with ACA." Is that correct?

100:30:38 CC
That's a Roger, Jim. What happens is, of course, we set - when you go out of detent, you reset the AGS error needles and you - and you lose your attitude reference. You establish a new attitude reference, and it might not be the burn attitude since, at this point, we're controlling attitude with the TTCA. Now, picking up with the "VERB 37, ENTER," scratch. Scratch everything down to the "404 plus zero," and we want you to perform those AGS steps with 404 down through 470. Over.

100:31:23 CDR
Okay. We'll scratch everything down to "404 plus zero," and we'll perform those four steps.

100:31:29 CC
Roger. Turning over to page 33. Minus 4 minutes. Okay. Moving down the page, it's about line 7, to "ENGINE GIMBAL": "ENGINE GIMBAL, OFF." Down to "MODE CONTROL," make that read "MODE CONTROL: AGS, ATT HOLD," and then scratch "PROPELLANT QUANTITY MONITOR, DESCENT 1." Over.

100:32:16 CDR
Okay. At 4 minutes, "ENGINE GIMBAL" will be "OFF"; "MODE CONTROL" will be to "AGS, ATT HOLD"; "PRO- PELLANT QUANTITY MONITOR, DESCENT 1," scratched.

100:32:27 CC
Roger. Picking up at minus 1 minute, scratch "MASTER ARM, ON." Minus 35 seconds, scratch first two lines. At minus 10 seconds, change that to "Minus 9 seconds"; so, at "Minus 9 seconds," it will be "Manual Ullage." At 2 seconds, scratch "CMC MODE, FREE," and scratch "ACA out of detent." At - after "IGNITION," at plus 1 second, "Terminate Ullage." Are you with me? Over.

100:33:36 CDR
Okay. At 1 minute, "MASTER ARM," we scratch. At 35 seconds, scratch the first two lines. "Manual Ullage" will start at 9 seconds; we're scratching the blocks at 02 seconds; and the line beneath that, at plus 1 second, we "Terminate Ullage."

100:33:56 CC
That's affirm. Picking up at plus 5 seconds; scratch the rest of the page. "TTCA, attitude control; and MASTER ARM, OFF." Over.

100:34:14 CDR
Scratch the remainder of the page.

100:34:18 CC
Okay. Now, like to verify that under the 35 seconds, minus 35 seconds, the only thing you have remaining is "ENGINE ARM to DESCENT." Over.

100:34:30 CDR
That's affirm. That's the only thing I have.

100:34:32 CC
Okay. Turning to the next page and the last page, Jim, 34. Top of the page, "Monitor DELTA-Vx via 470." Scratch next two lines, "When propellant quantity equals 37" and the "DESCENT HELIUM REG." Scratch "TTCA commander, reduce to 10 percent." Now we want you to add a line; "shut" - It's a shutdown criteria, "shutdown on bum time minus 1 second." Over.

100:35:35 CDR
Okay, "The shutdown is on bum time minus 1 second." Let me give you an example. If we have a 30-second burn, we're going to shut down at 29 seconds. Is that correct?

100:35:47 CC
That's affirmative. We'll give you the pad, be coming up here from FIDO in a couple of hours, I guess, when we stabilize out on our tracking. The reason for - If you're ready to copy out a couple of more steps, and then I'll explain the reason we want to shut down on this burn time minus 1 second. Picking up on "When DELTA-Vx - -

100:36:09 CDR

100:36:10 CC
- - When DELTA-Vx equal to the final DELTA-Vx," scratch that line. Scratch "ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to PULSE." Add - Correction, scratch "Damp excessive rates via LM Y, Z translation" and add at that point "Null" error needles. Trim address 470 to 0.1 foot per second." Over.

100:37:04 CDR
Okay, going through. After the "Shutdown on burn time minus 1 second," we scratch the next line; and we scratch "ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to PULSE"; we scratch "Damp excessive rates via LM Y, Z translation"; we add the line "Null" error needles, trim - Null the error needles and trim address 470 to - What was the value there, Charlie?

100:37:30 CC
"0.1 foot per second." The reason we are shutting down on the burn time is, since the ASA breaker has been out for so long, we're not real confi- dent that our AGS PIPAs are going to be super-sharp. So we want to make sure that we just get a burn time - no overburn; so we're shutting down on burn time minus 1 second. And then that will allow us a plus-X translation to trim 470 if it looks okay. If we had an overburn, we'd be in - -

100:38:09 CDR

100:38:10 CC
- - if we had an overburn, we'd be impinging on our command module to try to trim it out, so that's our reasoning there. Over.

100:38:20 CDR
Okay. Understand.

100:38:21 CC
Okay. Picking up in the middle of the page, that - a block "CMS resume attitude control," scratch. Scratch the next line; "PRO VERB 96." Scratch the third line; "PROPELLANT QUANTITY MONITOR, OFF." Over.

100:38:43 CDR
Okay. We'll scratch the blocks, and we'll scratch the "PRO VERB 96"; then we'll scratch "PROPELLANT QUANTITY MONITOR, OFF."

100:38:51 CC
Roger. Now, at the bottom of that page, I have a procedure for you to reestablish PTC. Over.

100:39:30 CDR
To reestablish PTC. Go ahead.

100:39:33 CC
Okay. First line, "ATTITUDE CONTROL, three to PULSE"; line 2, "Roll with the TTCA until attitude is roll, plus or minus 90; pitch, 0; yaw, 0." Over.

100:40:39 CDR
Okay. Step 1, "ATTITUDE CONTROL, three to PULSE"; 2, "Roll with the TTCA ... pitch is 0 and yaw is 0," and I think that will be on the AGS ball.

100:40:56 CC
That's affirmative. You broke up there for a minute, Jim. We'll do that on the AGS ball from the burn attitude. We just want you to roll either way 90 degrees, keep pitch 0 and yaw 0. Now, step 3; "When at - when at attitude, ACA out of detent." Step 4; "ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to MODE CONTROL. When rates are less than 0.05, ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to PULSE."

100:41:52 CDR
Okay, Charlie. Can you hold up here a second? I lost you.

100:41:55 CC

100:42:00 CDR
Start with step 3 again. "When attitude - When at attitude, ACA out of detent."

100:42:09 CC
That's Roger. Next step, step 4: "ATTITUDE CONTROL to YAW" - Correction, "ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to MODE CONTROL." Over.

100:42:33 CDR

100:42:37 CC
Roger. Step 5: "When rates are less than 0.05 degrees per second, ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to PULSE."

100:43:08 CDR
Okay. "When rates are less than 0.05 degrees per second, ATTITUDE CONTROL: YAW, to PULSE."

100:43:16 CC
Roger. Step 6: "Spin up to 0.3 degree per second in yaw," and that takes about 21 pulses. Step 7 - Yes.

100:43:49 CDR
Okay. Go ahead.

100:43:51 CC
Okay. Step 7: "MODE CONTROL, AGS, OFF."

100:44:09 CDR
Okay. Step 6 was "Spin up to 0.3 degrees per second in yaw"; that's about 21 pulses. Step 7 was "MODE CONTROL, AGS, to OFF."

100:44:19 CC
That's affirm. Step 8: "Power down per power" - Correction, "Power down per contingency checklist page Power 5." Over.

100:44:46 CDR
Okay. And step 8 is Power down per contingency checklist Power 5," and I take it that's been revamped considering our situation. Okay.

100:44:56 CC
That's affirmative, Jim. That's the one we gave you last night after the big burn, and we'll use that one as modified by - by us. This - we tried this PTC under AGS in the simulator and, of course, no slosh or anything, but it seemed to work pretty good by nulling the rates using the TTCA in pitch and roll and letting the AGS do it in yaw. You null the rates by looking at the error needles and just watching those, and when they don't - when they stop moving, then you got it within the limits of what we want. Over.

100:45:40 CDR
Okay. And 1 guess, Charlie, you have no - Do you have a ATT hold mode in pitch and roll at all in this configuration we're in, or do wo have to use the TTCA?

100:45:52 CC
We feel like we have to use the TTCA. The AGS gains are not too good in pitch and roll in this configuration. It'll hold it in yaw but it won't in pitch and roll. Over.

100:46:07 CDR

100:46:09 CC
And you'll have - During the burn, of course, you'll be controlling pitch and roll via the error needles with the TTCA also, and it's the little scheme that we've practiced in some of the SIMs. Over.

100:46:28 CDR
Right. Understand.

100:46:37 CDR
And, Houston, want to make sure that we allow enough time to get to the proper attitude for the burn so that we can be sure we establish the proper attitude and don't have to rush the burn.

100:46:51 CC
Roger, Jim. We - we're looking right now, tentatively, at starting this about 45 minutes before the burn and our sensitivity is - not too bad on this burn. We can go 30 minutes either way and not affect our DELTA-V. Over.

100:47:11 CDR
Okay. Fine. And do you have a handle on just how long the burn will be? In time?

100:47:17 CC
It's looking like at about 7.8 seconds and about 15 - Correction, 7.8 feet per second and about 15 seconds. Over.

100:47:30 CDR
In about 18 seconds?

100:47:32 CC
Negative. 15. 1 5.

100:47:37 CDR
1 5. Okay.

100:47:39 CC
And one other point is that we'd like to remind you that this is going to be in blowdown and both REGs B closed but we've got plenty at the 10 percent.

100:47:54 CDR

100:47:57 CC
And, Jim, in the simulator with our configuration that we had here, the thing is real stable at lO percent, so we don't think you'll have to tweak very much at all using the TTCAs. Over.

100:48:11 CDR
Okay. Understand.

100:48:14 CC
And I'll give you back to Vance. Thank you.

100:48:20 CDR
And thank you.

100:50:08 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

100:50:13 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

100:50:15 CC
Jim, regarding your number 2 battery, we think that it's probably a sensor failure, a temperature sensor failure that's caused this alarm, rather than an actual overternp of the battery; the reason being that we haven't seen any higher temperatures in the glycol loop. We expect to put the battery back on about 101 hours. That'll be about 10 minutes, and then we'll look at it some more there. Over.

100:50:49 CDR
Okay. Concerning number 2 battery, you think it might be a sensor failure because you haven't seen any changes, and you're going to put the battery back on the line in about 10 minutes.

100:50:58 CC
That's affirm.

100:51:02 CDR

100:58:47 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

100:58:51 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

100:58:55 CDR
For information, Vance, about a half hour ago, I guess. Jack and I couldn't see constellations at certain spacecraft attitudes, stars. We could see the - Scorpio and Sagittarius and we could see Altair or Acrux and Alpha Centuri, Vega, stars of that magnitude, and our venting has stopped which allows us now to differentiate between the particles and the stars.

100:59:28 CC
Roger; copy. Understand you can see the stars pretty well. Were you, at that time, in an attitude facing away from the Sun? I presume this is very attitude critical.

100:59:44 CDR
Yes. It is somewhat, Vance. If we have the Sun shining off the quads, it sort of ruins our vision; and also, if the Earth or the Moon are in the general field of view, we can't see anything.

100:59:58 CC
Okay. Thank you.

101:01:40 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

101:01:46 CDR
Go ahead, Vance.

101:01:48 CC
Jim, we're ready to put that battery back on the line. Request you open the CROSS TIE BAL LOAD circuit breaker, panel 16, and then put back - BAT 2 back on the line.

101:02:05 CDR
Okay. First of all, we'll open the BALANCE CROSS TIE breaker on panel 16.

101:02:12 CC
That's affirm.

101:02:27 CDR
Okay. The CROSS TIE BALANCE LOAD circuit breakers is in now, Vance. Now you want us to put battery S back on. Is that affirm?

101:02:34 CC
Did you say it was in, or did you pull it out?

101:02:39 CDR
No. It's in; do you want it out?

101:02:42 CC
That's affirm. We'd like it out, and then BAT 2 on the line.

101:02:47 CDR
Okay. Corning up. BAT 2 is on the line. We have a MASTER ALARM and a BATTERY light.

101:03:02 CC
Copy. And - and we think that's probably an in- dication of the sensor problem, but stand by.

101:05:02 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

101:05:07 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

101:05:09 CC
Jim, it looks to us like your battery is good, that this is in fact a sensor problem; therefore, request you close the CROSS TIE BAL LOADs on - circuit breaker on panel 16. Advise - -

101:05:26 CDR

101:05:27 CC
- - advise that you will not have any malfunction indication on any of your batteries now, but we can watch it from the ground. Over.

101:05:39 CDR
Okay. We'll close the CROSS TIE BALANCE LOAD circuit breaker at this time.

101:05:47 CC
Roger. Copy.

101:05:49 CDR
That's closed, and we don't have any warning on any of the batteries, but you can monitor from the ground.

101:05:53 CC
That's affirm.

101:06:03 CC
And, Jim, we have a lengthy procedure here for powering up the CSM and turning on instrumentation so we can check the TM, and this will take a large piece of scratch paper whenever you're ready to copy.

101:06:22 CDR
This is to power up the CSM?

101:06:24 CC
That's affirm.

101:06:27 CDR
Okay. I'll tell you what, I'll have Jack get configured. He can copy that down and I'll have him - we'll get the stuff. Stand by.

101:06:33 CC

101:07:35 CMP
Okay, Vance, how do you read the Aquarius?

101:07:39 CC
Okay, read you loud and clear, Aquarius. Is it cool in there now?

101:07:44 CMP
Okay. Yes, it's pretty cool. This is the third officer on this LM crew here. Ready to copy.

101:07:55 CC
Okay. Jack, this is a lengthy procedure, take probably two or three pages. It assumes that you are in your nominal configuration, which was sent up - or in your day-flying configuration, which was sent up to you earlier today.

101:08:15 CMP
Okay. I can verify that we are in that config- uration with the exception of panel 382, the water accumulator, which I've left off in case we wanted to get some more drinking water out of the command module, and I'll put those in the proper configuration before we do anything.

101:08:38 CC
Okay. Ready to copy?

101:08:43 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

101:08:45 CC

101:11:32 CMP
Okay, Vance. Are you with me?

101:11:34 CC
Roger. Why don't you read that group back, and then we'll proceed on.

101:11:39 CMP

101:12:41 CC
Okay. That's all correct. Is that reading rate okay for you?

101:12:48 CMP
Yes, that's fine.

101:12:50 CC
Okay, and leave a little space if you can to the right of these because when we talk about the backup procedure, why then we can just use the same listing, and I'll - I'll tell you open instead of close these circuit breakers, or at least most of them. Over.

101:13:12 CMP

101:13:14 CC
Okay. Next, panel 3: TRANSPONDER, PRIMARY; POWER AMPL, to PRIMARY, that's a verify; POWER AMPL, HIGH; MODE, VOICE, to OFF; POWER, SUE, to NORMAL; PMP to NORMAL; S-RAND ANTENNA, OMNI D, that's Delta. Okay, why don't you read that one back ?

101:14:16 CMP

101:14:37 CC
Hey, very good. Okay, panel 225: circuit breaker FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, to close; circuit breaker CTE, MAIN B, to close. Panel 250: CB BAT C BAT CHARGER/EDS 2 to close.

101:15:18 CMP
Hey, Vance, just a minute. Slow down, would you?

101:15:21 CC

101:15:24 CMP
Okay. I got distracted here. On panel 225: CB FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, close; and then I lost you after that.

101:15:37 CC
Okay. After that, CB CTE, MAIN B, to close. Next, panel 250: CB BAT C BAT CHARGE/EDS2 to close; CB BAT C POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING to close. Next, panel 275: CB MAIN B, BAT BUS B, to close; CB INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, to close. Okay. Incidentally, anything that I've given you up until now is not sequence critical, but from now on, it should be - you should be sure to do it in the sequence we give you. Why don't you read that back. Jack?

101:17:38 CMP
Okay. Let me give you all of panel 225 again. CB FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, close; CB CTE, MAIN B, close. On panel 250: CB BAT - B BAT CHARGE, that should be BAT C, Charlie, isn't it? BAT CHARGE/EDS2 closed?

101:18:01 CC
That's right. That's - -

101:18:02 CMP

101:18:06 CC
Okay. That should be BAT Charlie.

101:18:08 CMP
Let me finish. Okay. That's what I thought. BAT Charlie BAT CHARGE/EDS2, close; BAT Baker POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING, closed. On panel 275: CB MAIN B, BAT BUS B, closed; CB INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, closed.

101:18:32 CC
Okay. That's correct except for the second circuit breaker on panel 250, which is CB BAT Charlie POWER ENTRY slash POSTLANDING, close.

101:18:50 CMP

101:18:57 CC
Okay, now back to panel 250. CB BAT Bravo POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDIMG, close. Next, MDC 3, AC INVERTER 2 to MAIN B. AC INVERTER 2, AC BUS 1, on up. Next, panel 5: AC INVERTER AC BUS 1 to RESET and thhen center. Panel 3: UP TLM to COMMAND RESET then OFF. Then select best OMNI. Readback, please.

101:20:48 CMP
Okay, Vance. The following steps are sequence critical. Panel 250: CB BAT B POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING, closed. That's BAT Baker. MDC 3, AC INVERTER 2, to MAIN B; AC INVERTER 2, ACl, on. ...

101:21:27 CC
How do you read now. Jack?

101:21:31 CMP
Okay, Vance. Did you - how far did you - did you copy any of my steps there?

101:21:37 CC
Okay, I heard you through AC INVERTER 2, AC BUS 1 to on, and you were cut out by noise. Go ahead.

101:21:48 CMP
Okay, Now comes to one I didn't understand. You said go over to MDC 5 and A in - AC INVERTER, AC BUS 1, RESET, then center, and then back to MDC 3; UP TELEMETRY, COMMAND RESET then OFF, and then select best OMNI.

101:22:10 CC
Roger. The readback's correct, but let me recheck that. Stand by.

101:22:31 CC
Jack, we were incorrect on panel 5; that should have been panel 3.

101:22:39 CMP
Okay, that's good. I got it.

101:22:44 CC
Okay. Now, when you're in this configuration, the following onboard readouts are required. Panel 3: BAT C voltage, PYRO BAT A voltage, PYR0 BAT B voltage, SPS HELIUM PRESSURE. And the following readouts on panel 101: CM RCS injector temperatures, those are positions 5 Charlie, 5 Delta, 6 Alfa, 6 Bravo, 6 Charlie, 6 Delta; and the battery manifold pressure, which is 4 Alfa. And standing by for readback.

101:24:40 CMP
Okay. You want me to read out on MDC 3: BAT B voltage, PYRO A voltage, PYRO B voltage, SPS HELIUM PRESSURE. On panel 101: command module RCS injector temperatures; 5 Charlie, 5 Dog, 6 Alfa, 6 Baker, 6 Charlie, 6 Dog. The battery manifold pressure, 4 Alfa.

101:25:09 CC
Okay. Now - that was correct but I want to re- check the very first one, that was BAT Charlie voltage. Is that what you read back?

101:25:18 CMP
Okay. Okay, BAT Charlie voltage. Seems like we're having a difference - I can't understand BAT Charlie from BAT Dog.

101:25:30 CC
Okay. Now, that - that complete procedure for getting into it, as far as getting into it's concerned. What I will give you now is how to back out of it after you're through with your readings. Are you ready to copy?

101:25:52 CMP

101:25:55 CC
Okay. Now you'll back out fairly quickly after you go into this procedure. All we'll need is about 5 minutes of TM, and so if you're ready to copy, here it comes.

101:26:11 CMP
Go ahead.

101:26:13 CC
Panel 3: POWER AMPL to OFF. incidentally, copy this down on a piece of scratch paper as I read it, and then later I'll refer back to your first list where you can write things in the right- hand margin.

101:26:38 CMP

101:26:41 CC
Okay - -

101:26:42 CMP
Go ahead. You want - Repeat the one on panel 3 again, Vance.

101:26:48 CC

101:26:59 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

101:27:01 CC
TRANSPONDER, OFF. AC INVERTER, 2, to OFF. Okay. Next, panel 250: CB BAT Bravo, POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING to open. Stand by 1.

101:28:22 CC
Okay, Jack. What I just gave you now on the backout is the only thing that's order critical. From here on, you can go to the steps for initiating the procedure, and backtrack. In other words, you should go to each of the panels that I read up and put the circuit breakers back to the base-line configuration - or the switches. Over. '.

101:28:56 CMP
Okay, now here's - to accent, here's the sequence-critical sets: POWER AMPL, OFF; TRANSPONDER, OFF; AC INVERTER, 2, OFF; and the last one on panel 250, CB BAT Baker POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING, open; and then hit the steps in reverse order that you gave them to me, and back out, like then I would start on MDC 3 UP TELEMETRY, OFF - to OFF; and then AC INVERTER - ACl BUS 1 to OFF; and then AC INVERTER, 2, OFF; AC INVERTER, 2, MAIN B to OFF. Is that the type of order that you want to back out of?

101:29:59 CC
That's affirm, but - just for kicks, let's go through these panels again, and I'll give you the - the position, just to make sure there can be no doubt.

101:30:18 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

101:30:20 CC
Okay. And once again, in the - in the area where I said order was; not critical, it's still not critical when you back out. But now I'll, go ahead. Okay, panel 4: TELCOMM, GROUP 1, ACl, it will not be ACl, it'll go to OFF. Panel 5: all circuit breakers on that panel which were positioned will now come to opened. Over.

101:31:01 CMP
Okay. Panel 4: TELCOMM, GROUP 1 will go OFF. Panel 5: all the circuit breakers that we closed will go back to open.

101:31:12 CC
Okay. Panel 3: the first three lines have been taken care of already in my beginning in the backout procedure, so starting with MODE, VOICE, that should go back to VOICE. POWER, SCE, OFF; PMP, OFF; S-BAND ANTENNA, OMNI Bravo. Panel 225: CB FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, open; CB CTE, MAIN B, open. Read back.

101:32:19 CMP
Okay, Vance. I'm going to have to switch OMNIs. I'm starting to get some static here.

101:32:23 CC

101:32:34 CMP
Okay. How do you read on AFT OMNI?

101:32:37 CC
Loud and clear.

101:32:44 CMP
Okay. On panel 3: the first three steps we took care of; MODE, VOICE, to VOICE; POWER, SCE, OFF; POWER PMP to OFF; and S-BAND OMNI would go back to Bravo. Panel 225: FLIGHT BUS, MAIN B, will go open, and CB CTE, MAIN B, will go open.

101:33:11 CC
That's affirm. The two circuit breakers on panel 250 will go open; the two circuit breakers, panel 275, will go open. Okay, the circuit breakers on panel 250, we took care of already. Panel 3: AC INVERTER, 2, we took care of. AC INVERTER 2, AC BUS 1 should now go OFF. And the remaining two switches on panel 3 we took care of. And "Select best OMNI" remains the same. Okay. Read back.

101:34:25 CMP
Okay. 'The two switches - two circuit breakers on panel 250 will go back to open; the two circuit breakers on panel 275 back to open; the POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING circuit breaker, we already took care of earlier; AC INVERTER 2; we took care of earlier; AC INVERTER 2 to AC BUS 1 will go to OFF; and AC INVERTER, AC BUS 1, we took care of - No, that'll go to OFF; and UP TELEMETRY, COMMAND RESET will go OFF.

101:35:14 CC
That's correct. Jack. Okay, that's it. And I think we're about ready to go with this procedure whenever you are.

101:35:28 CMP
Okay. First we got to go through that procedure to power the CSM from the LM, is that Charlie?

101:35:35 CC
No. No, this is independent of power from the LM. This is a - this is purely a CSM - -

101:35:42 CMP

101:35:43 CC
This is purely a CSM powerup so we can take a look at your telemetry and see how cold the vehicle is and that sort of thing.

101:35:55 CMP
Okay. It's going in work.

101:36:03 CMP
Okay, now I won't - I won't have any voice with you, so - Is that right? You don't want me to get connected up - you want me to just take these readings and come back and tell you what I have, huh?

101:36:17 CC
That's affirm. There'll be no voice. And - -

101:36:22 CMP
Okay. Okay. In work.

101:36:27 CC
I - we presum, though, that there'll be somebody in the LM that we can call if we have to get, word to you.

101:36:35 CMP
Oh, yes. There'll be somebody to be standing by, they'll run up into the bedroom and tell me to stop what I'm doing.

101:36:44 CC
Okay, and let us know when you start.

101:36:51 CMP
Okay. I'm going to start right now, Vance.

101:36:54 CC

101:37:12 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

101:37:30 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

101:37:36 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. Switching watches, and Jack's going up into the command module.

101:37:43 CC
Okay, Jim. We have four steps here to give you to request that you get back on DOWN VOICE BACKUP, if you're ready to copy?

101:38:03 CDR
Ready to copy.

101:38:04 CC
Okay. Bit rate to L0 bit rate. VOICE, FUNCTION switch to DOWN VOICE BACKUP. POWER AMPs CB, open; RANGE FUNCTION switch in RANGING; that's verify.

101:38:47 CDR
Okay. Bit rate, LO; VOICE FUNCTION, DOWN VOICE BACKUP; POWER AMP S-BAND, open; and RANGE FUNCTION to RANGE; and that's a verify. And I still have the BIOMED on RIGHT here, so we don't have hot mike.

101:39:08 CC
Okay. Thank you.

101:39:12 CDR
And, you want that in work, now?

101:39:14 CC
That's affirm.

101:39:17 CDR

101:39:50 CDR
Okay. Houston, Aquarius. How do you read?

101:39:53 CC
Loud and clear, Jim.

101:39:57 CDR
Okay. I have a question for you, Houston, if you have time.

101:40:00 CC
Sure, go ahead.

101:40:05 CDR
And I'm copying down the reestablishing - PTC maneuver that Charlie gave me. Step 5 was, "When rates are less than 0.05 degrees per second, ATTITUDE CONTROL YAW to PULSE." And just how am I to get my rates down to 0.05 degrees per second. My - My rate indicator, at the best, is O.l of a degree.

101:40:37 CC
Stand by.

101:41:38 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

101:41:43 CDR
Go ahead.

101:41:44 CC
Jim, this has been tried in the simulator by Charlie and others, and what they recommend is that you null your rates on the error needles until you see no movement whatsoever, and then wait another couple of minutes, and that should do it. That's the only way we can tell. Over.

101:42:09 CDR
Okay. I'll give it the old college try.

101:42:12 CC
Okay. And if you can't attain that, why, of course, just the best you can do. We'll have to give it a try. Maybe it won't be quite like the simulator.

101:42:24 CDR

101:48:43 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

101:48:47 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

101:48:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. I've gone all the way through your procedure - all the way down to "Select best OMNIs," but I'm not getting any MAIN BUS B voltage and this I don't understand.

101:49:03 CC

101:49:04 CMP
I can read - I can read BAT - BAT BUS B voltage at 36.5. ...

101:49:43 CC
Okay, Jack. Do you read now?

101:49:48 CMP
I am not sure, Vance.

101:49:51 CC
Okay. You faded out due to noise in the orientation. If you close the POWER AMP circuit breaker, we can hear you better. Over.

101:50:07 CC
That's panel 16.

101:50:11 CMP

101:50:13 CC
Okay. You faded out at the very beginning, so please go through that again. We understand you don't get anything on MAIN B.

101:50:39 CMP
Okay, Vance. How are you reading now?

101:50:43 CC
Okay. We're hearing you better. Stand by 1.

101:52:24 CC
Okay, Jack. Please, repeat back now your conversation. You were cut out for - a while ago.

101:52:36 CMP
I don't have any idea where we cut out, Vance. I just said that we performed the procedure exactly as you say. We're down into the SEP critical portion to where I said, "select best OMNI." However, we're not getting any MAIN BUS B voltage reading. I can read BAT BUS B, Baker, at 36.5; BAT Charlie at 37.0, but I have negative MAIN BUS B readings.

101:53:08 CC
Okay. Stand by.

101:53:24 CC
Okay, Jack. There are two - There's a switch and a circuit breaker that were positioned this morning that we'd like to have you check - Correction, just the switch. Panel 5, check your bus tie. MAIN BUS TIE BAT B/C on.

101:53:47 CMP
That is verified on. I checked that.

101:53:50 CC

101:55:22 CC
Okay, Jack; this is Houston. Over.

101:55:29 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

101:55:31 CC
Okay. We're getting data from you. Jack, so that much looks good. On panel 5, request verification that EPS SENSOR SIGNAL circuit breaker is MAIN B. Over.

101:55:47 CMP
Okay. - -

101:55:48 CC
Or it's - -

101:55:49 CMP
- - Stand by. - - 04 05 55 50 CC that MAIN B is closed.

101:55:53 CMP

101:56:10 CC
Okay, Jack. And, we see your MAIN BUS B voltage at 28-1/2.

101:56:17 CMP
Okay. You can see it. Good. Okay then. Okay, Vance. That circuit breaker is in.

101:56:28 CC

101:56:42 CMP
Well, Vance, if you're getting data from them, let me go back up there and finish the ...

101:56:52 CC
Okay, Jack. Please repeat, you're cutting out-

101:56:54 CMP
Okay, Vance. Okay. We just changed OMNIs here. I say, if you're getting data from us, that's the important thing. Let me go back up into the bedroom there and get the readings you wanted, so we can get this stuff powered down. Is that okay?

101:57:10 CMP
Okay, we'll get - -

101:57:11 CC
- - by all means and - -

101:57:12 CMP
- - down there - -

101:57:13 CC
- - select best OMNI - -

101:57:14 CMP
- - and then go back up.

101:57:22 CMP
Okay, Vance. We'll go back up - We've got voltage now, and we'll go back up and take the readings that you want.

101:57:34 CC
Okay. And select best OMNI.

101:57:44 CMP
Okay. I'm going back up into the bedroom, Vance. How do you read?

101:57:47 CC
Loud and clear.

101:57:51 CMP
Okay. I'm going back up to the bedroom. We'll select best OMNI and continue on with the procedure.

101:57:58 CC

101:58:47 CDR
Okay, Vance. Jim's up. How do you read?

101:58:50 CC
Reading you loud and clear, Jim.

101:58:54 CDR

101:59:07 CDR
And, Houston, I noticed through the AOT and

101:59:07 CDR
And, Houston, I noticed through the AOT and through the overhead docking window that we are venting again.

101:59:16 CC
Okay, Jim. Understand; the service module is venting.

101:59:22 CDR
That's affirm.

102:01:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

102:01:22 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

102:01:24 CC
Jim, would you holler into the bedroom and tell Jack that when he has his onboard readouts that we wish he'd back - use the backout procedure and shut down again - per the procedure we gave him.

102:01:39 CDR
Roger. As soon as he - As soon as he gets his onboard readouts to use the powerdown procedure and shut down. Is that right?

102:01:47 CC
That's affirm.

102:01:49 CDR
Okay. Jack just - Jack just told me that he's through, and he's going to go through the backout procedures again, the first one he's got is the shutdown.

102:01:54 CC

102:08:19 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

102:08:24 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

102:08:28 CDR
Jack's ready to give you the readings if you are ready to copy them.

102:08:31 CC
Stand by.

102:08:40 CC
Okay. Go ahead.

102:08:51 CMP
Okay, Vance. The readings that you wanted; are you ready?

102:08:57 CC
Ready to copy, Jack.

102:09:01 CMP
BAT Charlie, 37.0; pyro A, 37.0; pyro B, 37.0; SPS helium pressure, 3450; and just for kicks, nitrogen A, 2300; nitrogen B, 2400; CM RCS injector temperatures: 5 Charlie, 4.5; 5 Dog, 3.5; 6 Alfa, 4.0; 6 Baker, 4.6; 6 Charlie, 4.0; 6 Dog, 3.8; battery manifold pressure, 4 Alfa, 1.4.

102:10:11 CC
Okay, Jack- We got it. Thank you very much-

102:10:17 CMP
Okay. How does the telemetry look on our - on the old Odyssey?

102:10:21 CC
It doesn't look too cold. Looks pretty good.

102:10:27 CMP
Okay. Thank you very much.

102:10:30 CC
You bet.

102:10:31 CMP
We're going to need him.

102:10:37 CC
Row does it feel. Jack?

102:10:42 CMP
I'll tell you, Deke, it's cold up in there. I don't know whether we'll be able to sleep up tonight; it must be about 35 or 40 degrees.

102:10:52 CC
Roger. That's just what I was worrying about.

102:10:59 CMP
Right now, we're getting two sets of CWGs on.

102:11:12 CMP
It's not uncomfortable at all in Aquarius, but it definitely is cold in Odyssey.

102:11:18 CC

102:11:45 CDR
Okay, Vance. Jim's back on.

102:11:50 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

102:11:54 CDR
We just had a change in watch; that's all.

102:11:57 CC

102:14:38 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

102:14:44 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

102:14:46 CC
Jim, two items: in the command module, we wish to verify that the PYRO BATTERY selector was left in the main position. And we're ready to have the POWER AMP circuit breaker on panel 16 pulled, whenever you are ready.

102:15:43 CDR
Okay, Vance. Fred just tells me that he put it there, and we're checking that again about the PYRO BATTERY selector in the main position.

102:15:54 CC
Okay. Understand that you are checking it.

102:15:59 CDR
And I will pull the POWER AMP circuit breaker.

102:16:01 CC

102:25:49 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

102:25:54 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

102:25:57 CDR
How does number 2 battery look to you now?

102:26:07 CC
Stand by.

102:26:48 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

102:26:53 CDR
Go ahead.

102:26:55 CC
Jim, it looks like it was probably a sensor problem; the battery number 2 is load-sharing well. And we see no indications of higher temperatures in the glycol loop or anything that would make us think that it is heating up.

102:27:14 CDR
Okay. Thank you.

102:27:16 CC

102:51:18 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

102:51:24 CC
Roger. Go ahead.

102:51:30 CDR
I just want to talk over a little philosophy here. Fred told me that at one time you came up and told him that we were a little steep on the entry angle, and now our burn is going to make us - give us a steeper angle. I just want to make sure that we're all talking about the same thing, that, in essence, at this particular situation, we're shallow, are not steep, and we are going to in- crease the angle.

102:52:08 CC
Jim, the situation is that, at the moment, we're a little bit shallow, and retrograde midcourse is going to put us more in the center of the corridor. Over.

102:52:27 CDR
Okay; fine. 1 just, wanted to make sure. Fred had written down, some time ago, that - that our angle now was about 71 and we were going to do a midcourse of 7 feet per second because ite appears that we're going to shallow it out. I think we're all talking the same language now.

102:52:47 CC
Roger. And, I guess it follows, but your perigee is a little bit high right now, too; so that will be bringing it back - back down, that is.

102:52:57 CDR
Yes. Yes, that's the important thing.

102:53:16 CC
One other question, Jim. Our readings down here say your LM cabin's about as cold as the command module cabin. Is that right?

102:53:29 CDR
Well, we really don't know. There's usually two people in the LM cabin, and it's a lot - It seems to be a lot more compact, and so we don't notice the coldness down here as we do in the command module.

102:53:41 CC

102:56:32 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

102:56:35 CC
Go ahead.

102:56:40 CDR
Some time ago, I copied down a long C0MM midcourse-7 corridor control burn at a GET of 134:59:42.98. Is that burn pad still valid?

102:57:07 CC
Jim, that's affirm. That pad is still valid.

102:57:14 CDR
And that is assuming no midcourse 7 here at 105 hours.

102:57:19 CC
That's affirm.

102:57:58 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

102:58:03 CDR
Go ahead.

102:58:04 CC
Jim, we're setting up your burn for 105:30, and we'll be working up a pad, et cetera, based on that time. Over.

102:58:17 CDR
Roger. The time will 105:30.

102:58:21 CC
And, additional point; I guess this one's for Jack. Do we have any idea why we couldn't read the MAIN BUS E voltage a while back when first he didn't get it and then later he did?

102:58:40 CDR
Yes. I think we have a reason for that. Stand by.

102:59:04 CDR
It appears, Vance, that the battery charge circuit breaker which appeared to be in, wasn't in. Fred pulled it and reset it, and then he started getting readings.

102:59:17 CC
Roger. Which circuit breaker was that?

102:59:28 CDR
It was - It was the battery charge circuit breaker that allows you to read volts, but we haven't - don t know the exact name for it yet.

102:59:39 CC
Okay. Understand.

102:59:48 CDR
The name is BATTERY CHARGER BAT B CHARGE Jack tells me.

102:59:52 CC

103:00:22 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

103:00:25 CDR
Go ahead.

103:00:28 CC
Have you opened your - just curiosity - Have you opened your food locker just aft of the LM data file? Over.

103:00:51 CDR
Yes. It's been opened.

103:00:55 CC
Okay. Just cheeking. Thanks.

103:00:57 CDR
... meal had come through.

103:01:00 CC

103:01:14 CDR
It cane at the right time.

103:01:18 CC

103:03:30 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

103:03:36 CDR
Go ahead.

103:03:38 CC
Jim, we habe some CSM temperatures here for you that might be of interest, if you're ready to 04 07 03 56 CDR. Roger. Go ahead.

103:03:58 CC
Okay. Your quad package temperatures range from 85 degrees to 44 degrees. Your CM RCS injectors range from 44 degrees to 21; and your heat shield is well above its lower limits in all the various locations. Temperatures appear to be cycling based on Sun angle, and it's no sweat. They all look very good.

103:04:45 CDR
Sounds good.

103:27:08 CDR
Were you calling, Houston?

103:27:12 CC
Negative, Jim.

103:27:16 CDR

103:42:51 LMP
And, Houston, how do you read Aquarius?

103:42:54 CC
Read you loud and clear, Fred. How do you read?

103:42:59 LMP
Okay. ...

103:43:01 CC
Roger. We were just about to send you up some items of information pertaining to the burn. Are you ready to copy?

103:43:13 LMP
Stand by.

103:43:15 CC

103:43:40 LMP
Okay. Go ahead, Vance.

103:43:43 CC
Okay, Fred. First of all, preparations for this, starting with contingency checklist, page 24, we would recommend should start at 104:30 GET, and we'll be happy to receive any comments you have on that, though. Second point: when you're in the burn attitude, you should see the Sun at the very top of the A0T. It'll be splitting the cursor, when your cursor's set at zero. One thing to be aware of though, that it'll slip right out of the AOT very easily since it'll be very sensitive to roll and yaw. Understand that's in detent 2, by the way. Next point: the burn is very insensitive to burn time and attitude. In other words, if necessary, we can slip it if there's any problem at all, and attitude isn't too critical. So that brings us to the point that we only have one real burn rule; that is, if - rate about any axis gets to 10 degrees a second, that's the limit to stop the burn. Next point, after you finish the burn, and before you trim, request that you leave DEDA in address 470 up a while so we can take a look at it, and let us holler when we've seen it, and then proceed on. Over.

103:45:54 LMP
Okay, Vance. You're saying we should start into the PREP in the contingency book at about 104:30, and I'll talk this over in a minute with Jim and we'll get back with you on it. When in the burn attitude, we should see the Sun right at the top of the AOT, and I assume this is detent number 2. Jim and I'd already been talking about that, and just eyeballing the terminator in the Earth, we figured the Sun at about something like a 70-degree angle - 65-degree angle, so that'll be right up there. We get one burn rule that says if the rates are greater than 10 degrees per second, shut her down. And, after we trim, vou want me to leave 470 up for a while so you ail can have a look at it, and you'll tell me when to get rid of it.

103:46:52 CC
That's right, Fred. And, if you have any ques- tions at all regarding the alinement, why please let us know. We'll be happy to answer them, like alining on the Earth, as was described before. Also, you should know that the pitch is the most critical attitude so far as errors are concerned in this burn; but, as I said, it's still not very sensitive.

103:47:30 LMP
Yes, the - and unfortunately, the way we're looking out the window through the COAS, we can aline the yaw and roll pretty well, but it's the - Sun that has to get us pitch.

103:47:43 CC
Right. And - and a correction on this DEDA 470 thing. Request that we let you - Give you a GO before you trim. Over.

103:47:57 LMP
Say - Say again, Vance, on that last.

103:48:00 CC
Roger. We would like to see address 470, and give you a GO before you trim. Over.

103:48:10 LMP
Oh, okay. I - I see. Okay. After burn, we'll leave 470 up a while and wait for your word to do the trim.

103:48:18 CC
That's correct. How was the sleep?

103:49:59 LMP
Okay. And -

103:50:15 LMP
Okay. Vance, are you there?

103:50:17 CC
Roger. Co ahead.

103:50:21 LMP
Okay. The picture that Jim gave me on his view through the COAS was within the - the partial Earth, the lit portion laying in the top half of the COAS with the cusp laying right on the Y-Y line. And so the - The whole dark part of the Earth would be at the bottom part of the Earth, except a very thin crescent of the dark part to a line - line above the Y-Y line.

103:50:59 CC
Okay. That is correct.

103:51:00 LMP
And that in essence - that in - Yes, that in essence would put our X-axis pointing toward the Sun.

103:51:07 CC
That's correct. The plus X-axis pointing toward the Sun and perpendicular to the terminator of the Earth.

103:51:18 LMP

103:51:20 CC
Two other points, Fred. One is that we don't expect hardly any misalinement of your engine for the burn, so we don't really expect any rates throughout the length of the burn, especially since it's at very low thrust. Second point, request you verify that your suit temperature rheostat's in FULL COLD. That - if it - If it were in FULL COLD, that might help your cabin temperature situation. It might bring the temperature up.

103:52:02 LMP

103:52:19 LMP
Okay. The latter was a good point. We had it in FULL HOT.

103:52:24 CC
Very good.

103:52:25 LMP
And Roger on the - Roger on the rates, too.

103:52:30 CC

103:53:18 LMP
Okay, Vance. Is the Tig time going to be approximately - Is it 105 or 105:30?

103:53:26 CC
It's 105:30.

103:53:31 LMP
Okay. Your 104:30 time to start in is - sounds pretty good. That'll give us lots of time to get set up with the attitude business, in case we have any trouble stopping PTC and getting there and - That will give us a little time to be sitting and waiting, all set up.

103:53:49 CC
Okay, Fred. Good.

103:58:53 LMP
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

103:59:00 LMP
Are you calling, Vance?

103:59:02 CC
Right, Fred. We just noticed a 2-pound drop in your water quantity. Have you guys had a drink recently or do you know any reason why it might have dropped? Over.

103:59:16 LMP

103:59:21 CC
Thank you.

104:00:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

104:00:33 LMP
All right. Go ahead, Vance.

104:00:35 CC
Fred, that may be a funny in the data. The rate's gone back to normal; and we'll keep an eye on it, but we don't think you should worry about it too much.

104:00:50 LMP
Let's hope not.

104:19:06 LMP
And, Houston, Aquarius.

104:19:07 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

104:19:12 LMP
Are we going to get any sort of a pad on this?

104:19:20 CC
That's affirm, Fred. Estimating we'll have it to you in about 15 minutes.

104:19:28 LMP

104:19:47 LMP
And, Houston, you might just let us know if there's any chance it's going to slip further- down the road, because we're going to kind of hold to that 104:30 start time. And if you're going to delay any, we'll delay accordingly.

104:20:03 CC
Roger. We won't have any trouble making that, Fred, I'm told.

104:20:12 LMP

104:31:01 CDR
Hello, Houston; Aquarius.

104:31:08 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

104:31:12 CDR
Roger. We have about 104 degrees now. How does that ...?

104:31:23 CC
Okay. FIDO's hustling here. We'll try to get it right up to you. Stand by. 04 08 32 10 CDR

104:32:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

104:32:18 CDR
We have ...

104:32:37 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

104:32:41 CDR
Vance, we have the quad heaters on, now.

104:32:44 CC
Roger. Copy, Jim. And the - Jack's going to read you the pad right now, so I recommend you go ahead and get started. You shouldn't be delayed by the pad at all.

104:33:24 CC
Aquarius, Houston. I've got your burn pad.

104:33:37 CDR
Roger, Houston. Stand by. Are you ready - Stand by to copy. Okay. Ready to copy.

104:33:43 CC
Okay. A P30 maneuver pad on the DPS: purpose is midcourse 5, NOUN 33, 105:30:00.00, NOUN 81 is N/A, is N/A, perigee, plus 0019.8, 0.007.8, 0.15, the rest is N/A. Shut down the engine at 1 second prior to the end of burn time. Shut down at 14 seconds manually. Ullage is four jets for 10 seconds, 10-percent throttle. Go ahead.

104:35:00 LMP
Okay, Jack. We've got a DPS midcourse 5: NOUN 33, 105:30:00.00; NOUN 8l, N/A; H^ N/A; plus 0019.8, 0007.8, burn time 0.15, the rest of the pad, N/A. Shut down manually at 14 seconds, ullage four jets for 10 seconds, and the entire burn is at 10-percent throttle.

104:35:36 CC
Okay, Fred. I want to verify that your DELTA-Vr is 0007.8. ^

104:35:48 LMP
Okay. I read you back 0007.8.

104:35:53 CC
Okay. Good readback. You got it.

104:38:38 CC
Aquarius, Houston, I have some additional entry data that goes with the pad 1 just read up. It's five items. Let me know when you're ready to copy. It's on a maneuver pad.

104:38:55 LMP
Okay. I'll try to squeeze them in there. Jack. I'm rapidly running out of pads.

104:39:08 LMP
Go ahead.

104:39:11 CC
Okay. It's N/A all the way down to NOUN 61. Your latitude is minus 21 - -

104:39:20 LMP
Hold on a minute; hold on. You need the - Hold on. Jack, I need the other pad book, that CSM pad.

104:39:26 CC
That's affirm.

104:39:45 LMP
Okay. Now I'm ready.

104:39:47 CC
Okay. NOUN 61: latitude, minus 21.67, minus 165.37, 1163.1, 36292, 142:41.02. Read back.

104:40:20 LMP
Okay. NOUN 61; minus 21.67, minus 165.37. 1163.1, 36292, 142:41.02.

104:40:43 CC
Good readback.

104:42:32 LMP
And you should have high bit rate now. Jack.

104:42:51 CC
Okay, Fred. We're getting it now.

104:46:42 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

104:46:44 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

104:46:47 CDR
Did you have readouts on our quad temps to know when we can start? We're taking a time hack. We'd just like a verification with you.

104:46:55 CC
Roger. Your quad temps look good from here.

104:50:03 CDR
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. We're going to stop PTC at this time.

104:50:09 CC
Roger, Aquarius. Go ahead.

104:52:51 CC
How about if you do - ..

104:52:56 LMP
Say again. Jack.

104:52:59 CC
Negits on my last, Fred.

104:53:12 LMP
Okay, Jack- How do you read now?

104:53:20 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

104:53:26 LMP
Okay. I thought you called. Jack. We're maneuvering around here to fish for the Earth.

104:54:26 LMP
And, Houston, Aquarius. How's the ASA package temp look now?

104:54:52 CC
Okay, Fred. The ASA package temp is looking good. It's around 98 degrees, and we'd like to see it go up about 15 to 20 degrees.

104:55:03 LMP
Okay. Why don't you give me the word before I proceed with the AGS. We really don't need it right this instant.

104:55:10 CC
Roger. We'll be watching it.

104:58:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston. The ASA package temp is up now so you can activate the AGS.

104:58:19 LMP
Okay. Very good.

105:01:07 LMP
Okay, Jack. So we can make sure and get our timer set here, I wondered when your - you've got about 48 minutes to the burn which should be coming up pretty quick - you'd give us a hack so we could set our event timer at 12.

105:01:32 CC
Roger, Fred. I understand you want a mark at 12 minutes prior to the burn. Is that affirm?

105:01:39 LMP
Roger. We think we got it set now. We just wanted to cheek it. If we don't, then I'll set it to 13, and you can give me another hack at 47 to go.

105:01:56 CC
Okay. We got 33 to go.

105:01:59 CC

105:02:03 CC
My mistake. It was 33 - -

105:02:05 LMP
Right on.

105:02:06 CC
Roger. It was reading 33 on my mark. Right?

105:02:32 LMP
Okay. You got about 105:03 GET now down there?

105:02:39 CC
That's affirmative, Fred. Going through 105:03:45.

105:03:44 CC

105:03:48 LMP

105:04:03 LMP
Okay, Jack. Give me the next number you want me to set then, and I'll take another hack here.

105:04:08 CC
Roger. You're counting up, right?

105:04:12 LMP

105:04:49 CC
Okay, Fred. On my mark, be 35 minutes to the burn.

105:04:58 LMP
Standing by.

105:05:13 CC
We missed her, Fred. Let's get it on the next minute.

105:05:17 LMP

105:05:52 CC
Okay, Aquarius. On my mark, it's going to be 34 minutes to the burn, and you'll be reading 36. Stand by.

105:05:59 CC

105:06:03 LMP
Okay. We got it cranked up.

105:10:29 CDR
Okay, Houston. We have our attitude set.

105:10:35 CC
Roger, Jim.

105:10:39 CDR
I hope the guys in the back room who thought this up right knew what they were saying.

105:10:50 LMP
And I'm looking through the AOT there, Jack, and the Sun's right in the top and it's about maybe 2 degrees to the right of the cursor. So that looks real good..

105:11:01 CC
Roger. Good going.

105:12:04 CC
Okay, Aquarius. The attitude looks good here and your choice when you want to start the burn.

105:12:16 CDR
We're counting down, aren't we, or do you want us to start any time?

105:12:22 CC
Your choice.

105:12:28 CDR
You guys are getting easy.

105:12:32 CC
It's not time critical, Jim.

105:12:36 CDR
I understand.

105:15:59 LMP
And, Houston, we reset our clock and we're making the burn in about - I'll give you a hack here at 2 minutes to go.

105:16:11 CC
Roger, Fred. And let us know when you're going to ullage, will you?

105:16:16 LMP

105:16:25 LMP
Okay. Stand by. 2, 1.

105:16:28 LMP
MARK it.

105:16:29 LMP
Three minutes to go. Correction, 2 minutes to go. Jack.

105:16:34 CC
Roger. Two minutes. We got it.

105:17:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Check engine gimbal off, please.

105:17:07 LMP
It's verified to off. And - 04 09 17 28 IMP MARK it.

105:17:29 LMP
One minute.

105:17:31 CC
Roger, Fred.

105:17:58 LMP

105:18:18 LMP

105:18:48 LMP
Okay. You're looking at 470.

105:18:53 CC
Roger. We copy 7.4.

105:18:59 LMP
Roger. 7.4 and I had about 0.2 showing, I guess, when we started.

105:19:05 CC
Roger. We verify that. Okay, Aquarius. Trim it to 7.6.

105:19:18 LMP
Okay. You want plus-X now to get 7.6. Is that correct?

105:19:23 CC
That's affirmative.

105:19:42 LMP
Okay. You're looking at it, Houston.

105:19:46 CC
Okay. Looks good. Nice work.

105:19:51 LMP
Let's hope it was.

105:20:23 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're ready to follow you through on setting up PTC and powerdown. Your choice. 04 09 20 30 IMP Okay. We're pressing into getting PTC established right now.

105:26:49 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'd like to change the num- ber of yaw pulses we gave you before as 21. We'd like to reduce that to 12. Twelve pulses yaw right, and that'll take you about 3 seconds to get them in if you don't want to count them.

105:27:08 LMP
Okay. We'll make it 12 versus 21.

105:29:50 CDR
Okay, Houston. I'm just about there now and as soon as I get 90, we'll start damping rates.

105:29:57 CC
Roger, Aquarius.

105:33:58 CDR
Okay, Houston. I'm trying to damp rates now. We're at the proper roll attitude and pitch.

105:34:05 CC
Roger, Aquarius.

105:34:22 CC
Working a little bit better this time.

105:34:29 CDR
Are you copying any attitudes down there, rates, et cetera?

105:34:56 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're seeing some extremely low rates at this time, really below our capability to measure them.

105:35:09 CDR

105:36:25 CDR
Houston, I think I've got pitch and roll just about squared away. I let yaw just slightly drift; it's drifting in a clockwise direction and I'm about all set now to put in my 12 clicks to the right.

105:36:44 CC
Roger, Jim. Ready to look at it with you.

105:37:59 CDR
Twelve clicks right.

105:38:13 LMP
Okay, Jack. Are we clear now to proceed with the powerdown?

105:38:22 CC
That's affirmative, Fred. We're ready to press on with powerdown. I've got two changes for you. Step 1 of the emergency powerdown on page power - 5. Over.

105:38:36 LMP
Go ahead.

105:38:37 CC
Okay. Leave your POWER AMPLIFIER switch in PRIMARY vice OFF and put your RANGING switch to RANGE, vice OFF/RESET.

105:38:53 LMP
Okay. We're in PRIM in the POWER AMP and RANGING on RANGING.

105:38:59 CC

105:39:11 CDR
Okay. I'm going to pull. Well, here, let's just look at the checklist. 04 09 39 14 IMP Okay. Configure CBs. There you go.

105:39:18 CC
Aquarius, Houston, hold off 1 on powerdown, please. 04 09 39 23 IMP Okay. We'll hold off. And we're looking at a SHe pressure, incidentally, of about 1830 now.

105:39:37 CC
Roger. We concur with that. And it looks like you got a little pitch rate going on here. Do you copy the same?

105:39:47 CDR
Okay. My pitch needle is just slightly up now. I could try to take it out if you want me to.

105:39:58 LMP
Not - Wait, wait. There you go.

105:40:07 CC
Just hold off on it 1, Jim. We'd like to take a look at it.

105:40:14 CDR

105:40:21 CC
Aquarius, we'll need high bit rate, please.

105:40:26 LMP
Flashlight, Jack. Jack, flashlight over here a minute.

105:40:31 CC
Aquarius, we need the POWER AMPLIFIER back in high bit rate, please. 04 09 40 37 IMP You got it.

105:40:48 CDR
You got a couple in the roll pretty soon.

105:41:02 CDR
What is it, 1.7?

105:41:34 CDR
You have another set of them by the PGNS.

105:41:44 CDR
Now we got to turn on the heaters you want to save -

105:41:59 CDR
What's that flitting out there in the breeze? Are we venting again? Take a look, Jack.

105:42:17 CDR
Well, once we get squared away, Joe, I think I am going to have to go to the space center and take a good healthy one and leave just about everything. I've held up long enough.

105:42:32 LMP
That's coming from above. Another one just - is just coming down right over here- Well, there's the old terminator at Fra Mauro. We'd been landing about 2 hours ago, huh? Right on the - -

105:42:56 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

105:42:57 LMP
- - to the right of the terminator.

105:42:59 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

105:43:03 CDR
Just for information, although l thought I'd never have to use it, that technique looked like it was a pretty good one.

105:43:13 CC
Roger, Jim. And we'd like you to give us your idea of how the PTC looks- We're not sure we're seeing what we ought to here.

105:43:26 CDR
Okay. I still have my ball powered up and I'm coming around past 270 right now. I've got a slight roll and pitch offset in there. My pitch needle about halfway up and my roll needle is about 4 degrees over now.

105:43:48 CC
Okay, Jim. With that info we'll go on PTC, and let's proceed with the powerdown.

105:43:59 CDR
Okay. We'll proceed with the PTC and proceed with the powerdown. I guess if we have to we can reestablish PTC at a later date. Okay. Okay.

105:44:22 LMP
First row. Ullage. AGS.

105:44:31 CMP
Your AGS on?

105:44:33 LMP
My what? My what? Oh, yes. Go ahead.

105:44:38 CDR
Okay. The four INVERTERS of this AC BUS volt, Fred.

105:44:44 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

105:44:52 CDR
Okay. Let's - give the last thing to Jack and I'll keep it all out. Okay? RCS SYSTEM A. That's in. TCAs are going off- Why do they need the ISOL valves in the ASCENT FEED in?

105:45:17 LMP
You're not sucking any power unless you take these switches and move them.

105:45:21 CDR
How come we pulled them out, then, in this burn?

105:45:23 LMP
Because you didn't want them to get moved inadvertently, I guess. It doesn't matter, Jim, they can be out or in in terms of powerdown. They just don't count.

105:45:46 CDR
Okay. I got l, 2, 3.

105:45:54 LMP
ISOL valve should be in 2.

105:45:56 CDR
Yes. Okay. Third row. Attitude DIRECT CONTROL I still have in.

105:46:41 LMP
Jack, how do you read now in baseband?

105:46:44 CC
Reading you 5-square, Fred. How me?

105:46:48 LMP
Okay. I'll stay this mode, if it's all right, so we won't be hot miksd.

105:46:56 CC

105:52:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You're cleared to open the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker and go to LOW BIT RATE, leaving the POWER AMP switch in PRIMARY.

105:52:40 LMP
Okay. I'll pull the prime S-BAND POWER AMP breaker and go LOW BIT RATE.

106:04:25 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

106:04:28 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

106:04:34 LMP
About how far out are we now. Jack?

106:04:49 CC
Okay, Aquarius. You're 150 000 miles and you're coming in at 4500 feet a second. That's from the Earth.

106:05:01 LMP
Okay, we're at 100 - Yes. 150 K, 4500 feet a second.

106:05:27 CC
And, Aquarius, how much TTCA control did you have to do in the burn?

106:05:34 LMP
How much - What was that. Jack?

106:05:36 CC
How much control of the TTCA did you have to do during the burn?

106:05:44 LMP
I wasn't noticing Jim too much. I'd say I put in maybe about six or seven inputs. I don't think it ever got off more than a couple of needle widths.

106:06:02 CC
Roger, Fred. Thank you.

106:06:11 LMP
I think it's probably the same for Jim. I wasn't noticing his input but the - his needle was hanging in there pretty good.

106:06:20 CC
Roger. Thank you, Fred.

106:33:40 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Now do you read?

106:33:45 CMP
I read you loud and clear. Jack.

106:33:48 CC
Okay, Jack. What's your status, who's sleeping, and who's working?

106:33:55 CMP
Well, right now we're all three kind of working. Do you have any recommendations?

106:34:04 CC
Yes, looks like to us from here that you and Fred ought to get some sleep, and that you ought to eat in about 6 hours. And that the Skipper ought to go to bed about 113 hours.

106:34:23 CMP

106:34:24 CC
I've got some other information. We shouldn't have some good dope on your trajectory for about 2 hours. Looked like to us that the burn was real good, however, and we're taking a close look at it, and we'll get back with you on that in about 2 hours from now. Another thing that we're expecting to have happen is that the SHe tank is going to reach its burst limit. The earliest time we predict this will happen will be at 107 hours on about 25 minutes. And the latest probable time is at 110 hours, and this is supposed to be a nonpropulsive vent, but you might hear it and you might see something.

106:35:06 CMP
Okay. That's good news. We were wondering about that. And I'll relay all the other information you gave me.

106:35:14 CC
Okay. And if the SHe tank does burst during this time frame before we get trajectory info, why, that will delay our trajectory info somewhat. Your consumables, your water is now good through 152 hours.

106:35:32 CMP
Jack, wait a minute. Let me copy some of this down.

106:35:34 CC

106:35:48 CMP
Okay. I'm ready now.

106:35:54 CC
Okay. We're predicting that you still have more water than you need. And one thing we'd like for you to do is when you're going to sleep up there in the command module take a look through the optics and see if you can see any stars.

106:36:17 CMP
Okay, Jack, I will do. Jim and I were able to spot constellations from the windows of the LM when there's no venting taking place. Could you give me some time on these consumables, what you're predicting they're good for? I think you started to give them times, didn't you, or was I just hearing things.

106:36:56 CC
We started to give you some times. We think we might be able to give ycu some better ones pretty soon. But it looks like your water is good through 154 hours, and you've got takusan 02 through 272 hours, plenty of lithium hydroxide, and your amp-hours ought to be good through 199 or 200 hours. Over.

106:37:34 CMP
Okay; good. Copy that.

106:37:44 CC
We expect that your water rate is going to drop off and at the time, DELTA will go up to 160 - 165 hours quite shortly. Another thing we're interested in is what's your status on rest and medication.

106:38:03 CMP
Okay. None of us, I know of, had any medications, and right now as far as rest, I suppose we're no tireder than normally in this situation. I'm going to relay the work-sleep cycle.

106:38:20 CC
Okay. And don't forget to look through the optics when you go up in the command module.

106:38:30 CMP
(Laughter) Okay. I'll do that.

106:40:04 CMP
Jack, as luck would have it, we just now started to vent a little from the command module ...

106:40:46 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Sorry about that but there's too much background noise to read you. I think we'll have to wait until you come up on a new antenna. Over.

106:40:58 CC
Okay, Aquarius. Go ahead now. I think I can hear you.

106:41:03 CMP
Okay. Okay, Jack. I was going to say, as luck would have it, the command module picked this time to start venting again, so I probably won't be able to get a good hack out of stars out of the telescope.

106:41:20 CC
Okay. Thank you. And if you can think of it, when the time comes up, when you're not venting, how about remembering to take a look through them and give us a word?

106:41:31 CMP
Okay. Will do.

106:44:04 CMP
Houston, Aquarius.

106:44:24 CC
Go ahead. Over.

106:45:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Did you call?

106:45:05 CMP
Yes, Jack. I just got a question. How long are you predicting our command module canisters to last in here?

106:45:20 CC
Okay, Jack. We've got 14 cartridges that'll last 157 hours, plus we've got the LM primary cartridge with 23 hours, and we've got two PLSS cartridges with 7 hours apiece.

106:45:35 CMP
Okay. I was just curious as to how much time we've got out of these two cartridges.

106:45:42 CC
Stand by 1. I'll get a prediction on that. By the way, I hope you're keeping track of the ones you've used and the ones you've not.

106:45:51 CMP
Yes, right now, we have numbers 7 and 8 in the LM here.

106:46:00 CC

106:46:03 CMP
They were two brand new fresh ones.

106:50:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. In regards to the C02 canisters, by the way the PCO2 is reading 1.6 down here now. We expect that we can get 6 more hours out of the two canisters that we have there - 6 hours at least. However, at 112 hours, ! when we've got several people up, we're going to rig up two more and we have the new simplified procedure for doing this. However, in the meantime, should we need to have a canister change, we plan to switch to the LM primary canister. Over.

106:50:52 CMP
Okay. Copy that. Jack.

106:51:08 CC
And, Aquarius, how's your PTC holding up?

106:51:14 CMP
Well, we got a little bit off Jack. The - It starts high in the LMP's window and goes low in the CDR window.

106:51:37 CMP
So we've got a little bit of a wobble on it. Of course, the command nodule venting doesn't help, either.

107:02:44 CMP
Houston, Aquarius.

107:02:46 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

107:02:50 CMP
Jack, in reference to your question about the PTC, on this last complete revolution, the Sun first appeared in the very top right corner of the LMP window, passed over the CDR window, and was visible through the overhead window, and now the Moon is - came pretty well through the center of both windows this last time.

107:07:20 CC
Okay. Thank you. Jack. Copying that.

107:07:23 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We'd like to get a little better idea of how PTC is going. So, what we'd like for you to do is what we did last time. That is to give us a reading on the center of the Earth and the center of the Moon on the - LPD.

107:07:49 CMP
On the LPD. Okay, It's shifted. Let's see, the Moon's gone by and the Earth didn't come into the LPD last time.

107:08:03 CC
Okay. But when it goes by the plane of the LPD, tell us where it was. Okay?

107:08:10 CMP
Okay. Will do.

107:13:34 CMP
Okay, Jack. This pass, the Earth came into view at the top left-hand corner of the LMP's window

107:13:34 CMP
Okay Jack. This pass, the Earth came into view at the top left-hand corner of the LMP's window and was going down. However, when it passed it wasn't as high up as the last pass. It did pass into view at the CDR window, but too high up to get an LPD reading.

107:13:57 CC
Roger. Understand it went high in both windows then.

107:14:04 CMP
Yes, last time it wasn't even visible in the CDR's window; this time it was visible if you squatted down, but too high up to get an LPD reading.

107:14:14 CC
Okay, Jack. That's good. Thank you.

107:21:13 CC
Go ahead. Over.

107:21:51 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

107:21:57 CMP
Okay. The moon came into view at the middle of the LMP's window, passed through the CDR's window at an LPD of 5 degrees.

107:22:11 CC
Roger. Understand.

107:35:55 CMP
Houston, Aquarius.

107:35:58 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

107:36:02 CMP
Okay, Jack. On this pass, the Earth came into the view at the top part of the LMP's window, and we got an LPD angle on it as it passed through the CDR' s window of a minus 4 degrees. 04 ll 36 16 CC Okay. A minus 4. Thank you. Jack

107:36:19 CMP
It's - it's above the - Okay. Are you familiar with the minus 4 being halfway through the sky part, huh?

107:36:28 CC

107:44:43 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

107:44:47 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

107:44:51 CMP
Okay. On this pass, the Moon came into view at the top part of the LMP's window, came across higher. Jim estimates the LPD angle at a minus 15 degrees.

107:45:09 CC
Okay. A minus 15 on the moon, and sounds like it's set up pretty well.

107:45:21 CMP
Everybody's happy with it down there?

107:45:55 CC
Aquarius, it's a little too early to tell exactly how the PTC is going. We'd like to get a few more points, so keep reading them off, and we're still looking for that SUPERCRIT to go anytime.

107:46:08 SC

107:59:10 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

107:59:13 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

107:59:17 CDR
The Earth was just fairly high in the LMP's window and across the lh-degree LPD line.

107:59:27 CC
Okay, Skipper; l4 degrees. Thank you.

108:08:45 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

108:08:47 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

108:08:51 CDR
The Moon went by the IPD at 6 degrees, plus 6 degrees.

108:08:56 CC
Okay. Barth at plus 6. Thank you.

108:09:04 CC
Okay. The Moon. Thank you.

108:23:30 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

108:23:33 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

108:23:37 CDR
The Moon passed by at a minus 8 degrees on the LPD. No, that's the Earth. The Earth passed by at a minus 8 degrees.

108:23:48 CC
Okay. The Moon went by at a minus 8 degrees.

108:24:02 CC
Okay, Jim. We got it. The Earth went by at a minus 8 degrees. On a basis of the data - -

108:24:08 CDR
That's right.

108:24:09 CC
On the basis of the data we have so far, your entry angle is 5.99. The block data we gave you on the pad for a no-COMM midcourse-7 last night is no longer valid because we made this midcourse.

108:24:38 CDR
Okay. Understand, the no-COMM pad is no longer valid because of the midcourse. Entry angle based on the last 2 hours' tracking is 5.99, and I take it you're going to keep tracking for some time now to see whether we need another midcourse or not.

108:24:55 CC
That's affirmative.

108:25:05 CDR
Are you planning any no-COMM midcourse at 133 and change anyway right now, or are you going to wait?

108:25:14 CC
We're discussing that now, Jim, and it looks like we're going to wait on the tracking. For the time being, since you're in the corridor, why, there's no need to pass it up. But we're going to keep looking at the tracking, and we'll probably come up with one.

108:25:34 CDR
All right. I'm not too sure what the venting is going to do to us so - when this SHe tank ruptures, what it's going to do for us.

108:25:47 CC
Roger. We don't presently expect the SHe tank to have any effect on your trajectory, and the pressure's up to 1921 now.

108:25:59 CDR
Hey, it's going a lot better than we ever expected. What a way to get a data point.

108:26:35 CDR
And, Jack, just think. You thought you we'-e going to sleep through all your watches.

108:26:41 CC
Say again, Jim.

108:26:48 CDR
I said, you thought you were going to sleep through all you watches.

108:26:58 CC
Well, you keep waking me up.

108:27:04 CDR
Sorry about that.

108:54:31 CC
Aquarius, Houston. You notice anything?

108:54:37 CDR
Yes, Jack. I was just about ready to call you. Underneath quad 4, I noticed a lot of sparklies going out.

108:54:50 CC
Can you hear or feel anything?

108:54:54 CDR
No, I sure can't, but I think it changed our - it changed out PTC. Let me check and see what the drift is.

108:55:09 CC
Okay. She's going down through 600 now.

108:55:18 CDR
I think we're probably going to have io reestablish PTC Yes, we got pretty fast yaw drifting, Jack.

108:55:57 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. What are your plans?

108:56:01 CC
We're thinking about them right now. Did you say it yawed some?

108:56:08 CDR
Yes, I was in a right yaw and now I'm in a left yaw; at a much faster rate than the one we put in PTC.

108:56:28 CC
Okay, Jim. We're talking it over. Stand by.

108:57:20 CDR
What's the SHe tank down to now. Jack?

108:57:24 CC
Okay, Jim. It's going through 125 pounds now. And we understood you to say - -

108:57:30 CDR

108:57:31 CC
- - that it reversed your yaw. Is that affirmative?

108:57:37 CDR
Sure did. Jack. It reversed my yaw completely and put in a little pitch, I think.

108:57:53 CDR
But more than anything, it reversed my yaw.

108:57:56 CC
Roger. Have you effectively established PTC in the opposite direction then?

108:58:04 CDR
Well, you could say that. I'm not too sure just what kind of pitch or roll I've got, coupled with the yaw. I just saw the Earth go by the LMP's window here, not too long ago at a rather faster rate than we had going the other direction.

108:58:38 CDR
Perhaps you can tell Low fast I'm having to shift OMNIs.

108:58:42 CC
Yes, we can tell the C0MM cycling back and forth.

108:58:52 CDR
Is that what they call a nonpropulsive vent?

108:58:56 CC
Right. I'd hate to see a propulsive one.

108:59:01 CDR
You and me both.

108:59:04 CC
It's going through 50 pounds now. So, are you seeing fewer sparklics?

108:59:12 CDR
Yes. Much fewer. Not any at all, now. I'm not sure whether that vent gave me reverse yaw and roll - left roll - that's - if that's what it gave me.

108:59:34 CC
You say you think it might have given you some left roll as opposed to opposite yaw.

108:59:45 CDR
I'm sure it gave me the yaw. Jack, but I'm not too sure ...

108:59:50 CC
Okay. We'd kind of like to watch it, sec what happens for a little while before we make a recommendation. However, we'll need some inputs from you on that.

109:00:02 CDR
Well, we're in no trouble up here as far as as far as the yaw goes. Everything's fine. It's faster than we had set up before. We just wanted to get into proper thermal constraint, and it's going to take me 15 minutes to get the thrusters up anyway.

109:00:58 CC
Okay, Skipper. We don't see any thermal problems as a result of this change. If we see some communications problems, we may have to do something different, but so far, so good. And we'd kind of like to hear from you on LPD numbers, if you get anything going by the window.

109:01:28 CDR
Okay. Will do.

109:02:03 CMP
Okay, Jack. The Earth just went through at an LPD of 26 degrees.

109:02:09 CC
Okay. The Earth went through at 26 degrees going the opposite direction this time - left to right. Is that right?

109:02:17 CMP
From left to right. That's affirmative.

109:02:32 CC
Of course, the only other thing that we'd be concerned about is what change in your velocity this might have had and what DELTA-V it imparted, and we'll have to look at that for a while before we are able to determine it. And, if there is no significant change, why, we prefer just to leave it the way it is.

109:02:54 CMP
Okay, Jack. We're going to get a, time on a revolution here, and maybe that'll help you out.

109:03:02 CC
Right. And, for your information, the tank went at 1937.

109:03:11 CDR
That's two thousand - 1937?

109:03:14 CC

109:04:12 CMP
Okay, Jack. The Earth went through again at 18 degrees on the LPD.

109:04:19 CC
Okay. Earth at 18. Thank you.

109:04:23 CMP
Okay. And we didn't see the Moon that time.

109:05:41 CMP
Okay, Jack. The Moon vent through that time at 32 degrees on the LPD.

109:05:46 CC
Roger. Moon at 32. Thanks.

109:08:27 CMP
Okay, Jack. Well, we didn't get the Earth that time. The Moon came back through at about 10 degrees, and now we're getting to the Earth again. Stand by.

109:09:08 CMP
Okay. The Earth came through the LPD at 62 degrees that time. And the total time for the two revolutions, - I missed the Earth revolution before, but the total time for the Earth's two revolutions was 3 minutes and 50 seconds.

109:09:33 CC
Say again the time and the - and also the LPD number. You're in the background noise. Jack.

109:09:39 CMP
Okay. Okay, Jack. LPD that time was 62 degrees and that was for two revolutions , being at that distance we missed the Earth - The time before we didn't see it. And the time was 3 minutes and 50 seconds.

109:09:59 CC
Okay. Three minutes and 50 seconds. Is that rate uncomfortable for you?

109:10:34 CMP
Jack, Jim said it isn't uncomfortable. It's a little annoying as for the OMNI switching, and also he said it's kind of - He said this Earth/Moon relationship's kind of ... because he doesn't know when to ...

109:10:50 CC

109:13:30 CMP
Okay, Jack. We've got a MASTER ALARM and we've got a battery light flickering.

109:13:36 CC
Okay. Copy a battery light. What battery?

109:14:16 CC
Aquarius , how about cycling the power temp monitor to find out which battery it is, please.

109:14:25 LMP
Yes. That's in work, Joe.

109:14:39 LMP
Okay. It's that same old ...

109:14:54 CC
Okay, Fred. I can hear you now. Say again, please.

109:15:01 LMP
Okay. It's the same old - same old one. The only light I'm getting is on BAT 2.

109:15:35 CC
Okay, Fred. We copy your same old friend, battery 2. Could you give us high bit rate for a while, please?

109:16:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston. High bit rate, please.

109:16:19 LMP
How you getting it now. Jack?

109:16:23 CC
We got it.

109:20:54 CC
Okay, Aquarius. You can go low bit rate, POWER AMP, OFF and DOWN VOICE BACKUP now. Voltages and currents look normal on battery 2; so ignore the battery light.

109:21:12 CMP
Okay, Jack. POWER AMP, OFF, back to low bit rate, and I'll go back to sleep.

109:21:21 CC
The battery light staying on?

109:21:30 CMP
Yes. We got a steady on BAT 2, BAT FAULT LIGHT and the battery caution light.

109:21:49 CC
Okay. And the Skipper in the sack now?

109:21:56 CMP
Say again?

109:21:57 CC
Is the Skipper in the sack now?

109:22:08 CMP
okay. Hold on a minute, jack.

109:24:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

109:24:22 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

109:24:24 CC
Okay, Jim. Since the antenna switch is kind of annoying, we've talked them into buying only half of the data. If it gets too troublesome for you to switch antennas, why, just leave it on one antenna and we'll listen to you half of the time.

109:24:43 CDR
Okay. It's not really much trouble. That's all we're doing about it. We'll try to keep up with it. And you're satisfied with this attitude so far. I guess you're going to watch the thermal and find out whether perhaps we're going to some other PTC attitude.

109:24:55 CC
Roger. Thermal appears to be no problem. We're looking at what DELTA-V might have been imparted due to this, and it looks like we're not going to change the PTC attitude.

109:25:14 CDR
Okay. Then DELTA-V was a part of it; I hope it raised that angle a little bit.

109:25:44 CC
Yes. We'll he looking at the data here, and give you a better answer in next 30 minutes or so.

109:25:52 CDR
Okay. Meanwhile, back to the drawing board about nonpropulsive vents.

109:26:06 CC
And, with your kind of luck, it probably lowered the angle some more.

109:26:13 CDR
Thanks for the confidence.

109:26:43 CC
And, Jim, we're going no have a handover here pretty soon, about 3 minutes, we may lose uplink for 30 seconds or a minute.

109:26:54 CDR

109:30:30 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We're handed over. How do you read?

109:30:36 CDR
Read you loud and clear. Jack.

109:30:42 CC
Okay. I'm hearing you now, and the noise has come up again, but it will go down.

109:30:52 CDR
How do you read now?

109:30:53 CC
Okay. That's a lot better, and we figure your battery glitch was just that thermal switch triggered a mal - a CAUTION and WARNING, just cycled once, and triggered a MASTER ALARM again. We'll watch the batteries for you, since you don't have any CAUTION and WARNING on now. ' 04 13 31 13 CUR Okay. Appreciate that.

109:43:33 CC
Okay, Jim.- Your luck is holding. Tracking shows that your entry angle has gone up to minus 6.24. This is on the basis of all the data we've col.lected between the midcourse up to the time the SHe tank went. So, we'll continue to look at it, and see if SHe tank did any anything to it at all. So it's - The data has gone from 5.9 to a. minus 6.24.

109:44:07 CDR
That sounds pretty good. We're really getting in there.

110:00:53 CC
How are you doing, Jin?

110:00:59 CDR
Not bad. Not bad at all.

110:01:10 CC
Is Jack in the sack, or is he with you?

110:01:16 CDR
Jack and Fred both are going to sleep. It's sort of humorous; Fred's sleeping place now is in the tunnel, upside down with his head resting on the ascent engine. Jack Is on the floor of the LM, with a restraint ... wrapped around his arm to keep him down there.

110:01:39 CC
You say Jack is on the floor, and Fred is with his head on the ascent engine.

110:01:46 CDR
That's right, with his feet up into the tunnel.

110:08:18 CC
Okay, Skipper. Your luck is really hanging in there. Your water's good up to 161 hours now.

110:08:26 CDR
Hey, that sounds great.

110:08:40 CC
That doesn't include PLSS water or command module water.

110:08:49 CDR
Okay. Jack, I'd just like to know what - what plans or thoughts being contemplated for the PLSSs or the OPS, whether we're going to use their LiOH canisters or take the devices back in the command module with us, or just what will be your plans.

110:09:15 CC
Yes. We're talking all that over now. We haven't decided.

110:09:22 CDR

110:14:58 CC
Everything's running real smooth over Timber Cove, Jim.

110:15:05 CDR
Sounds pretty good. How about at El Lago?

110:15:11 CC
Same. Everything's smooth there, too.

110:15:16 CDR

110:23:19 CC
Jim, we've had a lot of people working on the entry procedures, and they'll be continuing to do so. We got a few ideas we'd like to toss at you so you can start thinking about them if you think you're in a position to discuss them without waking up the other guys. What do you think?

110:23:36 CDR
Yes, go ahead. It's okay.

110:23:40 CC
Okay. One of the first things we want to do is charge the battery in CSM, so we can get some LM power over there to do that, and we have procedures ginned up to do it. In regards to reentry, we're planning our last midcourse at 5 hours before entry interface, and, if we have to make one, that is. And then we'd like to jettison the service module at 4 hours and a half, roughly, before entry interface, and take the next 3 to 3-1/2 hours for taking pictures, cranking up the command module G&N, taking care of stowage, and other odds and ends. And we'd hang on to the LM until 1 hour before entry interface, and then we'd jettison that. And these procedures are going to be run integrated in the CMS and LMS tomorrow morning, and, hope- fully, later on in the day, we'll do it again with Mission Control on the loop. A couple of other things we'd like to toss at you: one question is what do we do with the OPS. The thought is that there is adequate 02 in the command module and that the OPS represents high pressure source and a stowage problem, and people are thinking about leaving them in the LM. The other thing is that we think you might want to make this a suited entry, suiting up prior to LM jettison, because what we're doing is, when we jettison the LM, we're going to do it like we did in Apollo 10 - just let the beauty go, and if we weren't suited, why, we'd be betting on the hatch seal to take care of us. So we thought we'd toss these few ideas at you. Some of them are ones that are particularly pertinent questions at this time.

110:25:46 CDR
Okay. A suited entry would sort of ... the 1-hour LM jettison back and ... back and forth up to that time. ... impede our progress back and forth. ...

110:26:10 CC
We're losing you, Jim.

110:26:13 CDR
Okay. I think I've got you back. I guess the midcourse at 5 hours prior to ...

110:26:25 CC
Affirmative, Jim. Midcourse 5 hours prior to entry interface.

110:26:35 CDR
If that's the case, all I'm worried about is having that all squared away. It's long before that ... 1 want everything in its place. All the stowage cleared away, all the ... ready to go and know exactly what to do and ... so that we can do the midcourse, and ... get into the command module ... jettison the service module, and then know exactly how to get into the LM.

110:27:13 CC
Roger. All those procedures will work - will be worked out precisely, and we agree that the stowage and all of those peripheral details ought to be taken care of before midcourse.

110:27:31 CDR
And, I guess, that last midcourse, we'd want to start looking at midcourse fairly early, if we have the power to do so, mainly because of attitude control. This last time was fairly easy, but I'm not too sure how long we can continue to ...

110:28:09 CDR
I have ... in, and it seems about as cold as it is now, we'll probably be going into suits long before entry.

110:28:22 CC
Yes. That's what we were thinking.

110:28:50 CC
I guess the two things which are somewhat unresolved at the moment are what to do with the OPS and what to do about the suited entry. We thought we'd toss those at you to see what you thought about them.

110:29:06 CDR
Okay. As far us the OPS is concerned, we have- enough oxygen in the spacecraft ... to get us through. I have no ... command module ... suit loop prior to entry. I was looking at ... OPS ... sources of oxygen ... also in the - in the front of the suit loop or ... circulate ...

110:30:06 CC
Jim, I'm sorry. We're not catching what you're saying. The C0MM is getting kind of bad right now.

110:30:15 CDR
Okay, Jack. How do you read now?

110:30:18 CC
I've still got you with quite a bit of background can hear you.

110:30:26 CDR
Okay. My only concern about leaving the OPS and/or the PLSS in the command module is how soon do we have to live off the command module consumables prior to entry, and the PLSS has a fan and has a lithium hydroxide ... use the com- mand module system. Also, the OPS ... right now ... command module ... command module oxygen and electrical power is ... but I had just as soon be ... back in the LM.

110:31:10 CC
It sounds like the general gist of your comments are that if things remain pretty much as they are now in the command module, you'd just as soon leave the OPS in the LM. Is that affirm?

110:31:24 CDR
That's affirm.

110:31:31 CC
Okay. And maybe you'd like to think over the suited entry bit a little while.

110:31:40 CDR

110:32:01 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

110:32:02 CC
Go ahead.

110:32:06 CDR
Okay ... How we aline the command module right for entry, especially if you have the LM in back. Over.

110:32:21 CC
Roger. That's one subject that's been getting a lot of attention, and let me see if I can get

110:32:33 CDR

110:35:36 CC
Jim, I can give you the general idea of the proposed procedure for bringing the command module G&N up. It's the presently proposed one. We may come up with a better one, but here's what we're looking at right now. First thing we plan to do is to - using the LM COAS, sight on the Earth with the LM just as we did in the midcourse. Then we'll do a body-axis aline, 400 plus 5 on the AGS, to put the AGS ball at 000. And then we can give you an AGS ball attitude to fly to, to point the CSM optics at the Moon. And, if you can see stars, why, we can use those too. Then we can give you an equivalent set of CDU angles to put into NOUN 20 and to torque the platform over. So, now we're coarse alined. Then we do a fine aline by shooting at the Moon and then at the Sun. Do you follow all that?

110:37:05 CDR
Okay, Jack. Let me see if I have it. What we do is point the LM at the Earth as we did for the midcourse COAS, and we do a body-axis aline on the AGS. Then you give us an AGS ball attitude to fly to. ... the LM, and then we ... point the ... at the Moon. Then you would update the - give us some CDUs to coarse aline. ... fine aline ... on stars or the Moon or the Earth. Stand by. Okay. We had another MASTER ALARM, Jack. I don't see any lights down there, except the battery light's still there. You want - - ... display ECS. Okay. And the number 2 battery still has a light on it. I suspect it may be the same problem that we had before

110:38:30 CC
Okay. Let us talk it over a second, and we'll tell you what to do.

110:39:00 CC
Jim, is the battery light kind of flickering?

110:39:06 CDR
Yes. That's affirm. Jack.

110:39:16 CDR
Yes. The battery light's flickering, and it triggers off the MASTER ALARM.

110:39:21 CC
Okay. Well, that - temperature sensor on bat- tery 2 is kind of cycling back and forth and every time it does, it triggers a MASTER ALARM, Jim.

110:39:37 CDR
Okay. Same old problem, huh? 04 14 39 39 CO Yes.

110:40:13 CC
And, Jim, finally on the P52, we're considering using the - the Moon and then the Sun for the fine aline.

110:40:24 CDR
Okay. The Moon and the Sun for the fine aline. Understand. We'll go through this again here ...

110:40:55 CDR
Okay, Jack. Once - Once I get the spacecraft, at the proper attitude ...

110:41:22 CC
Jim, I didn't copy your last question due to background noise.

110:41:29 CDR
Okay. Once - Once you get the AGS ball alined ... command module ...

110:41:49 CC
After we do the body axis aline on the AGS, we can tell you what attitude on the AGS ball to fly to in order to pont the CSM optics at the Moon or at some star. And then we can, knowing where the optics are pointed, give you an equivalent set of CDU angles to put in NOUN 20 to torque the platform.

110:42:22 CDR
Okay. I see.

110:42:30 CC
That's the current thinking. It may change between now and tomorrow, but right now, that's the way it looks, Jim. It'll probably be some take-off on that anyway.

110:42:43 CDR
Okay. Are they planning on a G&N entry or using another system, like EMS or something like that?

110:42:54 CC
It will be a G&N entry.

110:43:01 CDR
Nothing like going first class.

110:43:06 CC
Yes. That'll be a switch, won't it?

110:46:00 CC
Jim, arc you broken into the food locker in the LM yet?

110:46:06 CDR
That's affirm. Jack. I sure have. ... away.

110:46:14 CC
You say you did find everything in order in there, huh?

110:46:20 CDR
Yes, everything was great.

110:46:22 CC
Okay. I'll pass it.

110:46:40 CC
I had a question about that earlier.

110:46:46 CDR

110:48:13 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

110:48:16 CC
Go ahead.

110:48:19 CDR
I understand that one of your reasons for a suited entry is the fact that the command module hatch ... hasn't been good. It doesn't seem to be any different, but in the other ... our hatch is no better than other spacecraft.

110:48:58 CC
No, the situation, Jim, is that your hatch is as good as any other hatch but that we won't have a chance to verify it until so late in the game, like 1 hour before entry interface, in this case; whereas before, why, we had a chance to evaluate it in lunar orbit. Over.

110:49:23 CDR
Oh, okay.

110:49:27 CC
And that might make your time line a little too crowded, getting your suits on there at the last minute; say, less than an hour before entry interface.

110:49:44 CDR

110:50:30 CC
Jim, the next action item we want to pursue is transferring some LM power up to the command module MAIN B so we can start charging battery, and I guess what we ought to do is start on that one when somebody else gets up to help you there. So, when you decide to get the other guys up, or to have someone help, why, let us know and we'll start working on that.

110:51:03 CDR
Okay. I'll let you have Jack, and Fred's ... When in the time line ...?

110:51:18 CC
Say again, Jim. I didn't catch that

110:51:18 CDR
When in our time - What's the GET do you plan on ...

110:52:07 CC
Jim, I didn't catch all of what you said, [???] i think you wanted to know when the procedures [???] entry are going to be available and read up to you. If that's the case, why, we're talking about 120 hours or so. As far as the - charging battery A, we want to do that as soon as the other guys get up to help you. We've already passed up some of that procedure, and we have a couple of DELTAS to it.

110:52:37 CDR
Roger. Ja.ck's already up. He asked ... curious when you wanted to do it. Did you understand that? ... Is that correct?

110:53:00 CC
Jim, we're having trouble hearing you. The next order of business is to charge battery A, and when you get somebody to help you there, why, we'll go ahead and get done with it.

110:53:13 CDR
Okay. Sounds good.

110:53:17 CC
And, before you start working on it let us know. because we've got some DELTAs to the battery charging procedure.

110:53:26 CDR
Roger. I'm putting Jack on the line now to copy down the DELTAs ...

110:53:54 CMP

110:54:02 CC
Aquarius, did you call?

110:54:06 CMP
Yes, Jack. I'm on the line.

110:54:17 CC
Okay. Go ahead now. I can hear better.

110:54:22 CMP
Okay, Jack. Joe Kerwin passed me up the procedure for powering the CSM from the LM. Has it changed?

110:54:32 CC
Yes. If you'll get that out, I'll read you the DELTAs.

110:54:42 CMP
Okay. I've got it.

110:54:47 CC
Okay. The second step was in the LM circuit breakers panel ll and 16: ASCENT ECA CONTROL, close, two of them. Cross that out. In the next line, we had BATTERY 5 NORMAL FEED, on; cross out BATTERY 5 anl put BATTERY 6 in there. In the next line was - -

110:55:17 CMP
... Jack ... Hey, Jack; I have for step 3, I have BAT 5 and BAT 6 NORMAL FEED, on. You just want BAT 6?

110:55:30 CC
That's affirmative. Just BAT 6, Jack. And the next line, you had BATTERY 1 and 3. Make that BATTERY 1, 2, 3, and 4. Just add BATs 2 and 4. All four descent BATs. And then the next two lines about waiting 30 minutes, cross that out. And the next line about BATTERIES 2 and 4 OFF/ RESET, cross that out, too.

110:56:09 CC
And Jack, the - -

110:56:10 CMP
Okay. Let me read -

110:56:12 CC
Go ahead.

110:56:14 CMP
Let me read you all steps as I've got them. Jack, and make sure we've got them right. ASCENT ECA, two, closed. Step 2 will now be BAT 6, NORMAL FEED, on. Step 3, BATS 1, 2, 3, and 4, OFF/RESET.

110:56:44 CC
Okay. That part's all right. Jack. And we had - about 11 or 12 steps for the command moule. They go as is with no change. And then we had a couple of more procedures for the LM. Stand by 1.

110:57:12 CMP
Okay. Jack, let me read you command module procedures just to make sure I have them right, also.

110:57:18 CC
Okay. Go ahead with the command module procedures.

110:57:23 CMP
Okay. Connect LM and CSM umbilicals. Step 2, panel 5: LM POWER 1 AC and - AC, closed, circuit breakers. Step 3, panel 5= EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, MAIN B, closed. Step 4, panel ... closed. Then there's step 5: MAIN B BAT BUS B, closed. Verify MAIN BUS voltage, then switch the LM power to CSM. Step 7: CB MAIN B BAT [???] B, open. And on panel 250, BAT POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, open. Verify MAIN BUS voltage.

110:58:49 CC
Okay, Jack. The CSM procedure's okay, and then we had to go back to the LM and do something. And the first line is okay, cross out "BAT 5 and 6 OFF," delete that. And delete the next line also, that says "Panel 11 to 16 ASCENT ECA CONTROL, open." Then we had a couple of notes which remain the same. Go ahead.

110:59:20 CMP
Okay. I didn't get the notes, but I'll read you the steps as I have them now. One step, BAT 1, 2, 3, and 4 ... and at this point should have BATTERIES 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 ON. Is that affirmative?

110:59:39 CC
That's affirmative. So now we have BAT 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6, ON, and I got two notes. Number 1 is: your circuit breaker protection limits - your circuit breaker protection - limits the current to 15 amps. Number 2 note is: now the umbilical between the LM and the command module is hot. And the MAIN .BUS voltage can be moni- tored by selecting MAIN B.

111:00:46 CMP
Okay, Jack. These notes are: circuit breaker protection limits current to 15 amps. The tube, the umbilical between the CSM and LM is hot. I can monitor MAIN B for the bus voltage.

111:01:04 CC
That's affirm. Jack.

111:01:22 CMP
Okay, Jack. One question here. If we transfer power like this, we're not going to cut us short on power remaining in the CSM ..., are we ...?

111:01:37 CC
Say it again, Jack. I didn't get it.

111:01:43 CMP
Okay. Stand by. If we configure the CSM for powering up the LM, we aren't going to cut it short on LM power requirements to get us back in the entry interface, are we?

111:02:03 CC
That's a negative. Jack. According to the latest update, we've got ampere-hours out to 203 hours.

111:02:20 CMP
Stand by. ...

111:02:40 CMP
Okay, Jack. One question from Jim is, he wants to know whether the procedure has been tried ...

111:03:04 CC
Okay. Try it again, now. Jack. What did Jim want to know?

111:03:10 CMP
Okay. He would like to know whether the proceure has been tried and whether it has been found to be okay; and there's no danger of shorting out any of our batteries or anything we have on board the LM now.

111:04:20 CC
Okay, Jack. This procedure has not been tried out as such; however, the hardware paths through which the current flows are the same ones which we used during translunar trajectory, and there's not a problem with shorting out a descent battery. Over.

111:04:47 CMP
Okay. I'll relay that to Jim.

111:05:09 CC
Jack, of course, the reason for all of this is that we see we're 20 amp-hours short on one of the entry batteries, and we've got to juice that up to get you home with.

111:05:25 CMP

111:05:30 CC
Okay. What we owe you from here on out is the actual battery A charge procedure, and then a procedure to turn this all around, again.

111:05:48 CMP
Okay. Do you have it there, and how long is it ...

111:06:15 CC
Okay, Jack. I have the procedure in front of me. It's about 18 steps, and the reason it's so long is because we're starting from this basic configuration which we gave you earlier. It concerns a charge on battery A, of course, which is our low one. So, when you're ready to copy it, let me know.

111:06:40 CMP
Okay. Let's go at it.

111:06:46 CC
Okay. Are you ready to read - copy it?

111:06:53 CMP
Go ahead.

111:06:54 CC
Okay. On panel 250, circuit breaker BAT A, POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDINC, close; on panel 275, circuit breaker INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, close. Next several circuit breakers are on panel 5; circuit breaker PAT RELAY BUS, BAT A, close; circuit breaker EPS SENSOR UNIT, AC BUS 2, close; CB EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, AC2, close; CB BATTERY CHARGER, MAIN B, close. Are you still with me?

111:08:28 CMP
Okay, Jack. I'll read back those steps you gave me so far. Panel 250 CB BAT A POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING, close; panel 2751 CB'INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, close; panel 5, CB BAT RELAY BUS, BAT A, close; CB EPS SENSOR UNIT, AC BUS 2, close; CB EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, AC2, close, CB BAT CHARGER, MAIN B, close.

111:09:06 CC
Okay. Good readback. Jack. The only one is number 1 - number 4. I didn't get your readback, but it's EPS SENSOR UNIT AC BUS 2, close. You got that?

111:09:22 CMP
Yes. 1 read that back CB EPS SENSOR UNIT, close.

111:09:30 CC
Okay. To continue - to continue on - the same panel, panel 5: circuit breaker, BATTERY CHARGER, AC POWER, close; circuit breaker BATTERY CHARGER, BAT A CHARGE, close; circuit breaker INVERTER CONTROL 2, close; circuit breaker INVERTER CONTROL 3, close; I've got a switch for you, MAIN BUS TIE, BAT A/C, OFF; and another switch, BATTERY CHARGE to AC2. Read those back.

111:10:51 CMP
Okay, Jack. CB BAT CHARGER to AC POWER, close. Stand by. Okay. 1 had to get a light here. CB BAP CHARGER, BAR A CHARGE, close; CB INVERTER CONTROL 2, close; CB INVERTER CONTROL 3, close; the two switches, MAIN BUS TIE, BAT A/C, OFF; and the second one, BAT CHARGER TO AC2.

111:11:30 CC
How about reaching over there on your right-hand side and turning the BI0MED off? See if we can improve the C0MM a little bit.

111:12:02 CMP
Okay. How do you read, now?

111:12:03 CC
Okay. I'm reading you real good now, and I want to verify that the main bus tie that we switched OFF was BAT Alfa Charlie.

111:12:15 CMP
That's verified; MAIN BUS TIE, BAT Alfa Charlie OFF. And that should ...

111:12:22 CC
Okay. And in panel 3, I've got a switch for you. AC INVERTER 2 to MAIN B.

111:12:39 CMP

111:12:42 CC
Okay. And switch INVERTER 2, AC BUS 2 to on; and another switch, AC BUS 2 RESET, to reset and center; switch BATTERY CHARGE to Alfa; switch DC INDICATOR select BAT CHARGER; and then what we want you to do is to report the charger current and voltage to MSFN every 10 minutes for the first half hour, and then once every 30 minutes after that. And that'll be on our call. Jack. Read back the switches that I just gave you.

111:13:58 CMP
Okay, Jack. It's panel 3, AC INVERTER 2, MAIN B; INVERTER 2, AC BUS 2, on; AC BUS 2 RESET to reset and center; BAT CHARGER to A; AC INDICATOR select to BAT CHARGER. Report amps and volts to MSFN every 10 minutes for the first 30 minutes, and then every 30 minutes on a MSFN call.

111:14:29 CC
Okay. That's a good readback. Jack. Now the only thing we owe you is a turnaround from this, which we will have.

111:14:40 CMP
Okay. Let me ask one question, here. About how long do you think it'll take to charge these batteries?

111:14:45 CC
It's going to take you about 15 hours.

111:15:09 CMP
Jack, about how many amperes of LM power will this 15 hours ... ? 04 15 15 21 CC Stand by. We'll get it for you

111:15:22 CMP
How many, jack?

111:15:26 CMP
Okay. He got it. He got the question.

111:15:49 CC
Okay, Jack. That's going to take 120 amp-hours out of the LM, which is equivalent to 10 hours, which will put us back to 193 hours, and that's plenty.

111:16:07 CMP
Okay. Let me relay that to Jim here. It'll be 120 amp hours, which leaves us - which puts us back from 203 hours ... to 193 hours.

111:16:20 LMP
Yes, there's that much to spare.

111:16:35 LMP
Okay, Jack. One question here. If we have any problems setting up this LM power to the CSM, is the quickest way to get out of it, return to the normal configuration, as it is for me to just switch the LM POWER to CSM to RESET then OFF?

111:16:57 CC
Stand by 1.

111:17:02 CMP
I would like to give one quick step in case that gave Jim report some sort of problem for us to get out of it quickly.

111:17:11 CC
Okay. Let us talk it over for a minute, Jack.

111:17:16 CMP
Okay. Real fine. And while you guys are talking it over, you might read back - Have you got the procedure for reversing this? I'll copy that.

111:20:00 CMP
Okay, Jack. Are you with me?

111:20:03 CC
Yes. We're still here. Jack. What we want to do is follow you through on this, so we're going to get high bit rate to do it. In answer to your question, to undo this procedure quickly, in the event a problem develops, be sure that you don't touch the LM POWER switch because it's got a RESET position. But the way to undo it is go into the CSM and on panel 5 open two circuit breakers. And they're some of the first ones we read to you. Open LM P0WER-1 MAIN P, and open LM POWER-2 MAIN B. You copy that?

111:20:45 CMP
Okay. Understand. If I want to get out of this real quickly, I have to open just two circuit breakers in the CSM; that's on panel 5, LM POWER-l MAIN B, LM POWER-2 MAIN B.

111:20:58 CC
Okay. And before you go ahead with this, let's establish high bit rate and wait 1 on that. And then as we go through the procedure we want you to wait when you get power on MAIN B so we can take a look at MAIN B without any loads on it before we start charging the batteries.

111:21:31 CMP
Okay. I understand you want high bit rate on the LM or CSM just before we start this?

111:21:40 CC
That will be high bit rate on the LM, and stand by for it.

111:21:45 CMP

111:21:52 CC
Okay, Jack. Before we go ahead with this, what we want to do is read you the reverse - the normal reverse procedure.

111:22:00 CMP
Okay. I'm ready to copy.

111:22:56 CC
Okay, Jack. I got the start on how you reverse this procedure. Ready to copy?

111:23:04 CMP
Go ahead. Jack.

111:23:06 CMP
Okay. First you want to reverse the battery charge procedure. To do that, on panel 3, switch BATTERY CHARGE, off; AC INVERTER 2, off; panel 5, MAIN BUS TIE BAT Alfa Charlie, on, up; panel 250, circuit breaker BAT Alfa, POWER ENTRY, and POSTLANDING., open. Read back.

111:23:59 CMP
Okay, Jack. On panel 3, BATTERY CHARGER, off, AC INVERTER 2, off; on panel 5, MAIN BUS TIE Alfa Charlie, on; panel 250, CB BAT A, POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, open.

111:24:23 CC
That's affirmative, jack, and then if you'll go back to the rest of the circuit breakers on that list, and just opposite - Open them all up. Stand by 1.

111:24:52 CC
Okay, Jack. Go back to the battery charge pro- cedure I gave you. And, in order to terminate charge, just - You'll just have to write "Open" or "Off" next to the circuit switch that I gave you. So on panel 250, that circuit breaker you've already opened; on panel 275, INVERTER P0WER-2 MAIN B, open; panel 5, BAT RELAY BUS BAT A, open; EPS SENSOR UNIT AC BUS 2, open, EPS SENSOR SIGNAL AC2, open; BATTERY CHARGER, MAIN B, open; BATTERY CHARGER AC POWER, open; BATTERY CHARGER, BAT A CHARGE, open; INVERTER CONTROL 2, open; INVERTER CONTROL 3, open; you've already done the MAIN BUS TIE; and then BAT CHARGE switch to AC 1. Over on panel 3, you have already set the AC INVERTER 2 to OFF and then INVERTER 2 AC BUS 2, OFF; AC BUS 2 RESET to OFF. You have already put the BATTFPY CHARGER switch to OFF; and your DC Indicator select to MAIN B. Over.

111:26:46 CMP
Okay, Jack. Do you want me to read it back to you?

111:26:51 CC
No, if you've got something in the right-hand column for all of those, we don't want to have to do it. And now one mors thing I owe you is how to untransfer LM power to the CSM, and I'll get that for you in a jiffy.

111:27:22 CMP
Okay. I'll be standing by to copy it.

111:27:25 CC
Okay. We have a last minute change to that.

111:33:12 CMP
Houston, 13.

111:33:23 CC
Go ahead.

111:33:27 CMP
Okay Jack. One thing - I guess you probably all considered it, but what heavy things can we store down there where the SRCs normally go to help increase our L over D?

111:33:43 CC
I understand the question is what kind of heavy things can you store where the SRCs go.

111:33:50 CMP
Yes. They go down in the LEB underneath the computer, and the heavier things you have down there increases the L over D. We don't have any SRCs , so I was just wondering what heavy things - We could probably put some cameras, television cameras, things like that that normally pretty heavy down there in - that, in our SRC. No, we can't put the in our SRC, but we could put them in that container down there which would help decrease our L over D. Anything else you can think of would be greatly appreciated because we don't even have a throwaway station, so we're down a little bit in L over D.

111:34:33 CC
Okay. Let me pass that question along, and get somebody working on it.

111:35:03 CC
Souvenirs, I guess.

111:35:09 CMP
What souvenirs? (Laughter) All I've got is a Marine Corps foxhole-digging shovel.

111:35:19 CC
You've got all you need then, buddy.

111:35:27 CC
Okay. Ready to copy the power removal from the command module/LM umbilical.

111:35:35 CMP
I'm ready to copy. Go ahead.

111:35:40 CC
Okay. This assumes that all the descent batteries are on line and ASCENT BATTERY 6 is on NORMAL FEED, as we said earlier. First thing you do is go in the CSM and look on panel 5 circuit breaker LM POWER-2 MAIN B, open; LM POWER-l MAIN A, open; circuit breaker EPS SENSOR SIGNAL MAIN B, open.

111:36:18 CMP
Hey, Jack.

111:36:20 CC
Go ahead.

111:36:31 CMP
... you got just a little bit scratchy there because of the antenna problem. Let me read this back to you.

111:36:53 CMP
okay. What I got, Jack, was the procedure assumes that all DESCENT BATTERIES are ON, and BAT 6 is on NORMAL FEED. Now we're going into the LM and on panel 5, we take LM, or CB LM POWER-2, MAIN B open. And that's as far as I got.

111:37:18 CC
Okay, the second one is on panel 5 also. Circuit breaker, LM POWER-l, MAIN A, open; circuit breaker EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, MAIN B, open. Okay, read those back for the CSM, and I'll give you some steps in the LM.

111:37:40 CMP

111:37:58 CMP
Okay. CB LM POWER-2, MAIN B, open; CB LM POWER-l MAIN A, open; CB EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, MAIN B open Stand by 1, Jack.

111:38:15 CMP
Jack, I don't think we ever closed CB IM P0WER-1 MAIN A. We closed LM POWER-2, MAIN B, and LM POWER-1, MAIN B. Both of them on MAIN B.

111:38:36 CC
Yes, you're right. Both of them should be MAIN B.

111:38:42 CMP
Okay. Copy that.

111:38:47 CC
Okay. Ready to copy the LM?

111:38:52 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

111:38:55 CC
Okay. On panel 16 circuit breaker, EPS, BAT FFED TIES, two, open; and now you've got to listen real carefully for high volts and low volts. BATTERY 1, HIGH VOLTS, to OFF/RESET; BATTERY 2, LOW VOLTS, to OFF/RESET and then ON; BATTERY 2, HIGH VOLTS, to OFF/RESET and then ON; BATTERY 1, HIGH VOLTS, ON; and then the circuit breaker on panel 16, EPS: BAT FEED TIES, both of them, closed. Read back.

111:40:20 CMP
Okay. On the LM side of the house is on panel 16. CB EPS BAT FEED TIES, two, open; BATTERY 1, HIGH VOLTAGE, OFF/RESET; BATTERY 2, LOW VOLTAGE, OFF/ RESET then ON; BATTERY 2, HIGH VOLTAGE, OFF/RESET then ON; BATTERY 1, HIGH VOLTAGE, ON. Panel 16, UP BAT FEED TEES, two, clused.

111:40:56 CC
Okay. That's a good readback. It concludes the procedure going both ways and now we just have to stand by.

111:41:06 CMP
Okay, when do you plan to start this?

111:41:10 CC
Darn soon.

111:41:15 CMP
Did you say not soon?

111:41:17 CC
No, we're going to do it pretty soon, but we want to have high bit rate, and we don't want you to give that to us until we tell you.

111:41:29 CMP
Okay. I think I'll go back and try to undamp up there. Do you have anything more for the command module?

111:41:43 CC
We're discussing two items, but we don't have them ready right now.

111:41:56 CMP
One of them, I hope, is a foolproof alinement procedure.

111:42:37 CMP
Okay, Jack. Just for curiosity's sake, does FIDO have any information as to whether that helium - that helium tank dump affected our trajectory at all?

111:43:21 CC
Okay, Aquarius. Our tracking data shows that since the helium dump, our ertry angle has not changed from its; value of 6.24, and somebody calculated that if we had a propulsive vent, that helium could roughly, at the maximum, only impart a DELTA-V of a half a foot per second or less, anyway. But we're continuing to track and as soon as we get some more info, we'll pass it along.

111:43:57 CMP
Okay. That's swell, Jack. Thank you.

111:44:00 CC

111:44:01 CMP
Your 6.24 sounds good.

111:44:14 CDR
I'm still awake, I guess.

111:44:22 CMP
They said that it would be a while because they want to get high bit rate. They don't want to put high bit rate.

111:46:40 CC
Okay, Aquarius. We're ready. So we want some high bit rate. To do that, go over to panel 16 under C0MM and close the PRIMARY S-BAND POWER AMPLIFIER. On your C0MM panel -

111:46:56 CMP
Okay. Okay, Jack. Wait 1. While - I'd like to get the whole crew up for this if you don't mind.

111:47:04 CC

111:47:09 CMP
... they're ready to start. Yes, you want to get Fred-o up.

111:47:20 CMP
We want to transfer some power - I want to go to high bit rate here first, then want to transfer LM power to CSM, Fred.

111:47:39 CMP
Okay, Jim, I'll give you the COMM.

111:47:40 CC
Aquarius, there's no great big rush. If you want to let Fred come up to speed slowly, why maybe that'll help out.

111:47:55 CMP
Okay. ...

111:48:47 CDR
And Houston, Jack is showing Fred the procedures before we start up.

111:48:57 CC
Say again, Jim.

111:49:02 CDR

111:50:27 CC
Aquarius, how do you read?

111:50:32 CDR
Loud and clear.

111:50:33 CC
Okay. I'm hearing you now. I think I missed your last transmission, Jim.

111:50:41 CDR
Okay. Jack is showing Fred the procedures. Want to get him familiarized with them, and how to get out of any problems before we proceed.

111:50:54 CC
Roger. No rush. Just let us know when you're ready. Me don't want old Fred-o to slip a gimbal there.

111:51:05 CDR
Yes. We're watching him.

111:53:24 CDR
Boy, if you took 120 hours out. Oh. ... Okay. ...

111:54:15 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

111:54:18 CC
Hello, Fred. Go ahead.

111:54:23 LMP
Okay, I guess the only question I have is in the first - the very first portion involving the LM here where it has me turn on the only BAT 6, and then turn off all the DESCENT BATTERIES. Are you still reading me?

111:54:53 CC
Okay. I read you until after turn off BAT 6 - Correction, turn on only BAT 6.

111:55:03 LMP
Okay, the question is "Only one ASCENT BATTERY BAT 6 on the line," immediately followed by turning off four DESCENT BATs. Is that correct?

111:55:18 CC
That's affirmative, Fred. That question has been banged around and we decided to go that way.

111:55:38 LMP
Let's see, we will be powering other BUS via the CROSS TIE BALANCE LOADS breaker. Is that correct?

111:55:47 CC
That's affirmative, and we're reading a current of 11 amps right now.

111:55:55 LMP
Okay. Okay. I guess I'm ready, then. That's 11 amps?

111:56:00 CC
And after you turn BAT 6 on the line, you might as well take a look at the BATs 1 through 4 and so forth, and make sure that it's okay to turn them off.

111:56:16 LMP
Roger. Are you ready, gang?

111:56:21 CC
Yes, we're ready for the POWER AMPLIFIER and the HIGH BIT RATE, and NORMAL VOICE, on the FUNCTION switch, please.

111:56:32 LMP

111:57:04 LMP

111:57:29 CC
Okay, we see BAT 6, ON, and it looks good, Fred-o.

111:57:38 LMP
Okay. Am I cleared to proceed with the next step, getting 1, 2, 3, and 4, OFF/RESET?

111:57:46 CC
Affirmative. You're cleared for BATs 1 through 4, OFF/RESET.

111:57:54 LMP

111:58:13 CC
Okay. Still looks good.

111:59:13 LMP
Okay, Houston. We need a call from you when to have Jack to proceed up into the Odyssey and start up there.

111:59:31 CC
Okay, Aquarius; and Jack can get with it right now.

111:59:38 LMP

112:06:11 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. We've completed the powerup and things look good upstairs. Are we GO for proceeding with battery charge?

112:06:28 CC
Okay, Aquarius; you're GO on the battery charge.

112:06:34 LMP

112:07:36 LMP
Boy, this is really a switch, isn't it. Jack?

112:07:48 CC
That's an understatement. You're not known for that.

112:07:54 LMP
Yes. I think if you add up the - Yes - if you add up the operating time, I think the LM beats the CSM by a considerable margin on this flight.

112:08:34 CC
Grumman just hired you.

112:08:38 LMP

112:08:51 CC
You're out there at 134000, coming in at about 4900 feet a second. 04 16 08 58 LIMP Very good.

112:10:04 CC
The SUPERCRIT tank went off at about 19:37, just

112:10:11 LMP
Yes. It - it also must of not did very much, except the rates. I was asleep then and I didn't hear a thing.

112:10:25 CC
Is the command - service module still venting?

112:10:36 LMP
Jack said it was just before he went up. Right now, the Sun's over there, and I can't really tell - -

112:10:42 CC
And - -

112:10:43 LMP
- - I'll look again in 1 minute.

112:10:44 CC
We asked him a long time ago if he was able to see any stars out the optics. I don't think we ever got an answer.

112:10:52 LMP

112:11:04 LMP
That's a pretty good sleep station I had rigged up, Jack. I took one of the sleep restraints out of the command module, zipped up in it, and then hooked the tie, right at the top of the zipper, onto the LM upper hatch handle. So it kind of held me there, and then just drifted up in the tunnel upside down with my face toward the hatch, so the sunlight didn't get in my eyes and that worked pretty good.

112:11:35 CC
Did you sleep pretty well that way?

112:11:39 LMP
Yes, no problem at all.

112:11:44 CC
Is Jim sleeping that way now, or is he standing next to you?

112:11:49 LMP
He's standing next to me.

112:11:51 CC
About time for him to go to bed.

112:11:57 LMP
Okay. The voltage upstairs is 34.3 and the charge is reading 2.5 amps.

112:12:06 CC
Okay 34.3 and 2.5. And ... says ... - -

112:12:11 LMP
- - pretty cold. Good.

112:12:12 CC
Say again your last.

112:12:16 LMP
They came - both came down here rubbing their hands, shivering. It's pretty cool upstairs.

112:12:26 CC
Are you keeping warm in the LM?

112:12:41 LMP
Yes. It's pretty reasonable down here.

112:13:25 LMP
Okay. And right now, it looks like ... right now, it looks like the command module isn't venting. Jack, so I'm going to try to take a look at the optics.

112:13:48 CC
Okay. You say it is not venting?

112:13:52 LMP
Yes. That's the word. We've just looked through the A0T and you can't see anything back there.

112:14:00 CC
Okay. And everything's fine in El Lago.

112:14:06 LMP
Very good.

112:15:42 CC
Aquarius, we're ready to secure the high bit rate.

112:15:48 LMP

112:16:32 LMP
Houston, Aquarius; how do you read?

112:16:38 CC
I'm hearing you with a lot of background noise Fred-o.

112:16:42 LMP
Okay. How now? I just switched OMNIs again.

112:23:32 CC
Aquarius, could you get a - amps and volts readout from Odyssey, please?

112:23:45 LMP
Okay, stand by. 04 16 24 08 LMP The CMP is dotting across there. You'd be amazed at how proficient you get at transfering to the tunnel after the first 1000 times.

112:24:31 CC
I didn't get your last there, Fred-o. We'd like you to verify that your POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker is open.

112:24:44 LMP
Okay. That's verified. POWER AMPL breaker is open. 04 16 24 48 Cc Roger.

112:25:00 LMP
Okay, Jack; that's 34.6 volts and just a little bit under 2.5 amps.

112:25:08 CC
okay, Fred. I copied 2.5 amps. Say again the volts, please.

112:25:15 LMP
34.3 and that was just a little bit below 2.5.

112:25:21 CC
34.3; thank you.

112:25:33 LMP
Okay. ... point ...

112:26:06 CC
Fred-o, I didn't copy the last. Say again the volt age, pie as e.

112:26:17 LMP
Okay, and the voltage is 34.6 - 34.6 amps, slightly less than 2.5.

112:26:26 CC
34.6 and a little below 2.5. Thank you.

112:26:34 LMP
We're - the way we are torquing around to the side here, Jack - We are getting some intervals where I can't hardly get to it with either of the OMNIs.

112:32:52 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

112:32:54 CC
Go ahead, Hous- Aquarius.

112:32:59 LMP
okay. Jack reports from upstairs that he can see stars and constellations out of the optics but the Sun angle is such that it is reflecting off the LM - portion of the LM quad and other thruster ... right now. ... really moving around ...

112:33:29 CC
Okay. The part I got was that he can see stars and constellations and there is some sunlight reflected off the quads. That's all I got.

112:33:41 LMP
Yes. The point being that, at least in the present orientation, you have to kind of wait until Sun isn't reflected off the LM to see them.

112:33:59 CC
okay. What you're saying is you kind of have to wait until the - there is no Sun reflection on the LM to see the stars. Is that right?

112:34:08 LMP
Yes. That's for the present orientation, of course.

112:34:25 LMP
But later on, if you can stop it moving around and

112:34:35 CC
Okay - -

112:34:36 LMP

112:34:47 CC
Okay, Fred-o. And we need a volts and amps reading.

112:34:56 LMP
Okay. And bring it back upstairs.

112:35:36 LMP
Okay. The volts, 35.0; amps, 2.4.

112:35:39 CC
Okay. 35.0 and 2.4. Thanks, Fred.

112:38:39 CC
The weather prediction for your landing area is still good; 2000 scattered, high scattered; 4-foot seas, 15-knots wind. There's a hurricane 500 miles to the west, which doesn't pose a problem.

112:39:02 LMP
A hurricane or a typhoon?

112:41:24 CC
Delay my last. It's degraded to a tropical storm.

112:47:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We need another readout amps and volts , and that will be our last one for a half hour. Over.

112:48:33 LMP
Okay. The reading is 37.8 volts, 2.3 amps.

112:48:40 CC
Say again, Fred.

112:48:43 LMP
37.8 volts, 2.3 amps.

112:48:49 CC
37.8 and 2.3. And that will be our last one for a half hour. Thank you. And I'm about to exercise my fifth general order here, and pass it along to Joe.

112:49:07 LMP
Yes. It must be getting around a mealtime-

113:13:46 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over. 04 17 13 53 SC

113:13:55 CC
Okay. This is your friendly do-it-yourself- kit COMM with a suggested procedure in the lithium hydroxide situation. You're looking good. We read 1.8 millimeters, and you do have sufficient LM ... to last you the rest of the flight. However, being on the conservative side, we would like to use one more set of command module canisters to guard against some possible problems with the LM, primary canister. And I have a simplified procedure for doing that, if you want to listen to it now. Over.

113:15:15 CC
Okay. I think I read that you were ready. I forgot ... earphones. This simply consists of getting a second pair of cartridges out of the command module, putting one band of sticky tape, that is the gray tape, with the sticky side out, around the sides of each new canister near the top, taking a piece of EVA cue card and cutting it into four squares about 2 or 3 inches on a side, bending those at a right angle to form corner support , attaching them to the sticky tape, so that they'll stick up and overlap the old canister, and then simply putting the old canister next to the new canister and taping it up real good so it sticks together. The only other procedure is to remove the towel plug from the old cartridges and put it in the bottom of the new cartridge. And that's it. Over.

113:16:29 LMP
Okay. As I read you, we get the gray tape and fold it so that we get - the back sticks around the outside of the canisters, then we mount to that four sides of our ... cards like our EVA ... cards; then we overlap those cards down around the base of the canister. Then we - then we ... over the ... at the top. ... Then we take the towel from the old ones and put them in the bottom of the new ones

113:17:35 CC
Okay, Fred. I think you got it. I didn't completely copy your readback, but it's just that simple. We're just putting the new cartridge - the top of the new cartridge against the bottom of the old one, moving that towel plug, using the cue cards as little corner stiffeners, and taping her up.

113:17:59 LMP
Okay. The top of the new against the bottom of the old.

113:18:03 CC
Roger that. That way you don't have to touch the hose.

113:20:08 LMP
Hey, for a change, I took the ... LM ... this morning, Joe.

113:20:16 CC
Okay. Go ahead.

113:20:20 LMP
I got ...

113:20:46 CC
I'm afraid I didn't copy that, Fred, and while I was listening, EECOM told me that he'd like another battery charge ... readout.

113:22:31 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

113:22:34 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

113:22:38 LMP
You want us to start on this lithium right now, Joe, or is it necessary?

113:22:45 CC
It's not time-critical, Fred, but if you have the people awake now, you might go ahead and do it. Incidentally, you probably know this, but the next several hours are going to be pretty quiet from our point of view. We're working on the entry procedures and should be ready to read them up to you in about 8 hours; and between now and then there's not an awful lot going to be going on, so you guys could be catching up on your sleep schedule. Over.

113:23:22 LMP
Okay, Joe.

113:23:24 CC
And we would like another readout on the amps and volts.

113:23:31 LMP

113:24:53 LMP
Okay. The volts, Joe, are 38.9 and the amps are 1.9.

113:25:01 CC
Okay. Copy that, Fred. Thank you very much; 38.9 and 1.9. And EEC0M is simply making as smooth a plot as he can to verify the amount of amps we're putting back into the battery. That's why he wants it at half-hour intervals. If that schedule begins to interfere seriously with your rest cycle or so, give us a call. Over.

113:25:34 LMP

113:25:55 LMP
Yes. Jim's sleeping now, and Jack and I are awake and I just finished sleeping around, I guess, about another 5 or 6 hours, so I'm not particularly inclined to go back to sleep right now.

113:26:09 CC

113:38:29 LMP
Houston, Aquarius.

113:38:32 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

113:38:37 LMP
Okay. We've got one of them ready to go, and it looks like we could do a pretty good job just using the tape strips. First combining them together and then just using a piece of paper and the bag ... get a pretty good seal ...

113:38:54 CC
Hey; okay, Fred. We suspected that you'd gotten at least one on. We've noticed a partial pressure drop from the 1.8 to 0.8, which is real good.

113:39:10 LMP
Okay. You might run that by the CPCB and see if they approve our in-house ...

113:39:17 CC
Roger that.

113:39:35 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

113:40:22 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

113:40:26 LMP
Go ahead, Joe.

113:40:28 CC
Roger. We're convening the CPCB on that change, Fred, but FLIGHT has given you an interim go- ahead. Over.

113:40:38 LMP

113:55:51 LMP
And, how do you read now?

113:55:55 CC
Not too bad, Fred.

113:55:59 LMP
Okay. We've got both canisters completed now.

113:56:03 CC
Okay. Roger that, Fred. And you're reading 0.1 again on the C02. Incidentally, are you guys having good luck getting water out of the command module?

113:56:17 LMP
We - We haven't tried that yet today.

113:56:20 CC

113:56:27 LMP
Yes. This is quite an apparatus hanging on to these hoses now. And that ECS design engineer ... because it sure seems to work.

113:56:42 CC
Roger that.

113:57:27 CC
And, Aquarius, Houston. At your convenience, we'd like another volts and amps readout.

113:57:36 LMP

113:59:08 LMP
How do you read, Joe?

113:59:11 CC
Pretty good, Fred.

113:59:14 LMP
Okay. Volts, 39.0; amps, 1.7.

113:59:21 CC
39.0, 1.7. Thank you.

114:05:24 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead. You're pretty weak.

114:05:30 CMP
I didn't call you, Joe.

114:05:35 CC
Say again.

114:05:39 CMP
I didn't call.

114:05:41 CC
Oh, sorry about that. Incidentally, Fred, if switching OMNIs every couple of minutes bugs you, you can skip it for now. We can always wait until you come around.

114:05:54 CMP
No, it doesn't. This is Jack, Joe. Fred ... It doesn't bother me at all.

114:06:02 CC

114:06:03 CMP
Just happy to know that you're standing by.

114:06:06 CC
Roger that. Except I'm sitting by.

114:06:19 CMP
Did that CO2 drop?

114:18:30 CMP
Joe, how far out are we now and how fast are we closing?

114:18:35 CC
Okay, Jack. The plot shows you about 130 000 miles out, which is about, gee, 10 000 closer than you were when I came on a couple of hours ago. And let me check with FIDO for your rate of closure.

114:19:23 CC
Hey, Jack. Over.

114:19:29 CMP
Go ahead.

114:19:30 CC
Your smiling FIDO says you're making 5040 in a 5000-mile zone

114:19:39 CDR
I can't ... I ...

114:29:41 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

114:29:46 CMP
Go ahead, Joe.

114:29:48 CC
Roger, Jack. Hate to keep bugging you, but we would like another volts and amps reading. Over.

114:29:56 CMP
Okay. We'll get it for you.

114:29:58 CC
Good show.

114:30:59 CMP
Joe, did our sticky MOD on that - those CO2 canisters work? I'm sorry - ...

114:31:07 CC
Jack, I think you asked if the canister MOD was working and the answer is, it sure as hell is.

114:31:49 CMP
Okay, Joe. I got the voltage. It's 39.0 amps and 1.75.

114:31:58 CC
Copy 39.0 1.75.

114:55:46 CMP
Houston, do you read Aquarius?

114:55:51 CC
Aquarius, Houston. That's affirmative.

114:55:55 CMP
Okay. We had a dropout there for a few minutes. ... on either antenna.

114:56:04 CC
Gee whiz. Jack, I - when did it happen? Over.

114:56:13 CMP
Just now. I just got you back.

114:56:16 CC
Okay. We had a handover, but that was about a half an hour ago, and I didn't call you on it. Let me check with INCO and see if he thinks everything's okay. Your C0MM sounds just as good as it's ever been.

114:56:31 CMP
Yes. I'm in real good shape.

114:56:54 CC
Jack, Houston. Over.

114:56:58 CMP
Go ahead.

114:57:00 CC
Roger. We're checking into it. We think we lost lock in Madrid for a while, and we've got it back now.

114:57:07 CMP
Okay. Real fine. ...

114:57:11 CC

114:57:13 CMP
You might also check with FIDO whether we ... perigee ...

114:57:23 CC
You're getting a little weak. Did you say you wanted to verify what - what your vacuum perigee is? Over.

114:57:30 CMP
Yes. ...

114:58:35 CC
Jack, Houston. Over.

114:58:39 CMP
Go ahead.

114:58:41 CC
Okay. The good FIDO gives us a vacuum perigee at the present time of 23.6 with a flight path angle of minus 6.25 degrees. That's without a midcourse. He's kind of tossing around the idea of doing a midcourse-7 maneuver at 5 hours before entry. If we do it, it looks like it won't be more than 2 feet per second. Over.

114:59:15 CMP

114:59:50 CC
And, Jack, Houston. We verified that that C0MM problem was a ground problem.

114:59:59 CMP
Okay. Thank you. That FIDO is really cooking today.

115:00:03 CC
Oh, he's having a ball.

115:00:08 CMP
It must be because we haven't made any waste water dumps.

115:00:11 CC

115:00:17 CMP
You can tell Jay and David that I went for a whole flight and didn't use the bathroom.

115:00:24 CC
(Laughter) He copies that. David's here; he says you've kept him so busy he hasn't had time to work on his stereo all week.

115:07:54 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

115:07:59 CMP
Go ahead.

115:08:01 CC
Jack, we'd like another volts and amps reading at your convenience.

115:09:25 CMP
Okay, Houston. It's 39.2 volts; 1.6 amps.

115:09:34 CC
Okay. Thank you. We copy; 39.2 volts, and 1.6 amps.

115:09:42 CMP

115:38:41 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

115:38:46 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

115:38:50 CDR
I just relieved the watch; just thought I'd find out how things are going.

115:38:56 CC
Okay, Jim. Good morning; and understand you relieved the watch, and the rest was kind of blurry. Did you have any questions?

115:39:09 CDR
No questions, Joe. Just ...

115:39:10 CC
Okay. That was - That was loud and clear, that one there. Now we don't have a heck of a lot going on as you know we're working on the entry procedures. I've got preliminary copies, but we're not ready to pass - to pass it up to you. Looks like you're about 125 000 miles out, starting to - starting to really pick up speed, and the Astros won last night, and that's about all I've got. Over.

115:42:21 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

115:42:26 CDR
Go ahead.

115:42:29 CC
Okay, Jim. It's about time, at your convenience, for another volts and amps reading on the command module. For your information, we put 6 amp-hours back in the battery already and we've got about 14 to go. It's looking real good, and I also just got the word that the entry weather tomorrow is looking better all the time. Really looks great.

115:42:55 CDR
That's good. When I went to bed last night, ... a lot of rain ...

115:43:04 CC
Couldn't copy that, Jim. Sorry.

115:44:11 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. 04 19 44 14 cC Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

115:44:17 CDR
Roger. 39.2 on the volts; 1.4 on the amps.

115:44:23 CC
39.2 and 1.4. Thank you. 04 19 44 54 cc Aquarius, Houston.

115:45:00 CDR
Go ahead, Joe.

115:45:01 CC
Roger. Just for your information, in case it happened when you were off watch, the master caution circuit breaker is still pulled, and we're seeing the - the malfunction indication on the descent battery now, but all the param eters still look just as good as ever, and that's just for information.

115:45:28 CDR
Okay. I see the battery light flickering now.

115:45:33 CC
Okay. Recommend you ignore it.

115:45:37 CDR

116:26:40 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over. 04 20 26 44 cDR Go ahead, Houston.

116:26:46 CC
Jim, it's volts and amps time again, at your convenience.

116:26:53 CDR

116:28:31 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

116:28:35 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

116:29:27 CC
Aquarius, Houston. If you gave me those readings, I didn't copy them. Over.

116:29:51 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Do you read?

116:29:53 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Okay; go ahead.

116:29:58 CDR
Volts, 39.3; amps, 1.25.

116:30:06 CC
Okay. Copied 39.3 and 1.25. Jim, did jack tell you what your trajectory looks like? Over.

116:30:18 CDR
Haven't got up to ... on it. How about giving me a rundown?

116:30:21 CC
Okay. We are looking at a vacuum perigee right now of 23.6; flight path angle of minus 6.25; and if we decide we want to trim that up, we're looking at a midcourse of about 2 feet per second. Your consumables, of course, are getting better all the time; we've got 163 hours of water, 230 hours of oxygen, and 172 hours worth of electrical power. Over.

116:30:55 CDR
That sounds good.

116:30:56 CC

117:00:36 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

117:00:40 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

117:00:42 CC
Okay, Jim. we would like to get another check from you on the propellant tank temperatures, as we did yesterday. And the procedure is to, on panel 16, circuit breaker PROPELLANT, DISPLAY/ ENGINE, OVERRIDE/LOGIC to close. Then go to your display and read the tank 1 and tank 2 tempera- tures for us, and then open the circuit breaker again. Over.

117:01:14 CDR
Okay. I'm closing now - the DISPLAY/ENGINE, OVERRIDE/LOGIC.

117:01:18 CC

117:01:26 CDR
Okay. And the reaction control temperatures are 65 in A and 65 in B.

117:01:34 CC
Okay, Jim. We'd like the descent tank temperatures, too. Over.

117:01:59 CDR
67; oxidizer is 63; descent tank 1 ... is 64; the oxidizer is ... Did you copy? Over.

117:02:22 CDR
Hello, Houston. Did you copy the - the DPS display temperatures?

117:02:27 CC
Jim, I copied 63 and 64, which I think were the descent 1 temps, and that's all I got.

117:02:37 CDR
Okay. I'll go over it again. I'm on descent 1, now and fuel is about 64, and oxidizer is 65, and I'll go to descent 2 - -

117:02:47 CC
Okay. Thank you very much - -

117:02:48 CDR
- - our descent 2. Okay. I've got descent 2 now right up on 67 and 66.

117:02:55 CC
Roger. We copy that, and once again we'd like to get the volts and amps check in the command module. Over.

117:03:07 CDR
Okay. I'm going to go up there and get it. Jack is - and Fred are asleep, so I'll be off the air a minute.

117:03:12 CC
Okay. Real good.

117:05:31 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

117:05:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go.

117:05:37 CDR
Volts, 39.3; amps, 1.2 zip.

117:05:45 CC
Okay. We copy 39.3 and 1.20. And, Jim, I've got one more item for information for you. At - In about 45 minutes or so, you will get an H2O quantity caution light on the descent tank. We expect this. It occurs at 16 percent. And it's no problem, because we intend to run the tank dry just for drill. To reset the - the light, on panel 2, just set the O2 H2O QUANTITY MONITOR to the CAUTION/WARNING RESET position and the light will go away. Over.

117:06:26 CDR
Okay. I understand. We're going to get a H20 warning light here shortly, and I'll reset it.

117:06:35 CC
Okay. Good deal.

118:25:50 CC
Aquarius, this is Earth. Over.

118:25:55 CDR
Go ahead. Earth; Aquarius here.

118:25:57 CC
Roger. Earth is here, also; and, Jim, it is time for another one of those volt/amp checks. For your information, we've got that battery back up to 30 amp-hours now. Over.

118:26:10 CDR
Hey, that sounds great. Jack's gone up to check it.

118:26:17 CC

118:26:34 CDR
Aquarius, Earth.

118:26:37 CC
Go ahead.

118:26:41 CDR
You know, I think Aquarius is ...

118:26:49 CC
We've got garble now, Jim; I'm sorry.

118:26:55 CDR
I said Aquarius ...

118:26:57 CC

118:27:25 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

118:27:27 CC
Go ahead.

118:27:30 CDR
Voltage 39.3, amps 1.26.

118:27:36 CC
Okay. Copy that, Jim.

118:27:56 CC
Jim, Houston. Have you guys put on any extra clothes to try and ward off the nip of Jack Frost? Over.

118:28:06 CDR
Well, the lunar boots and two pair of underwear, and everyone is — crawl into their sleep restraints.

118:28:14 CC

118:28:15 CDR
We're a little reluctant to break out the suits.

118:28:18 CC
Yes, that's understandable. You can always use them if you have to. I guess it's pretty hard to get extra coveralls on, huh?

118:28:44 CDR
Well, Joe, I didn't think we had any extra inflight garments aboard, but we're going to check right now.

118:28:50 CC
Well, standby.

118:43:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

118:43:36 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

118:43:38 CC
Roger. Jim, we noticed you just vent to AUTO and back to CLOSE on the SUIT RELIEF valve. Is everything okay?

118:43:48 CDR
We didn't do that intentionally. Stand by.

118:43:54 CC
Okay, maybe you didn't. Incidentally, you're less than 24 hours to go.

118:44:00 CDR
Roger. What happened was, our lithium hydroxide device here got caught in the suit relief valve. It is closed now. That's where you want it, right?

118:44:12 CC

118:44:30 CC

118:44:45 CDR
And, Joe, just a reminder; now that you mention it - that it's less than 24 hours to go, what I'd like to do, and I have aboard all the Procedures that you are working up; so I can run through them with the crew, and make sure that we get all our signals straight.

118:45:05 CC
Roger that, Jim. We are trying to get the procedures finished and up to you as quickly as we can. They exist. What's going on now is the guys are running them in the CMS/LMS, integrate, to make darn sure that the attitudes are correct and the time line is nice and relaxed and all that good stuff. And they won't be finished that run for another few hours. However, we expect to have an overall time line and a sequence of events for you before that time, and we'll start with the procedures as soon as they get ready. Over.

118:45:50 CDR
Okay. That's good. I think ... ought to go back to the original procedures we have on board and modify them as we have the time to.

118:46:18 CC
Okay, Jim. Roger. We're going to do that to the maximum extent possible. And it looks reasonably feasible. To begin with in the command module we're going to have to send you some separate sequences for powering it up a little bit at a time. The closer we get to entry the more we get on the checklist. By the time we're about at EI minus 45 we're on the checklist all the way.

118:46:39 CDR

118:46:49 CDR
And just as a reminder, don't forget our stowage problem. We - We still have to do quite a bit of stowage of the drogue and probe in the LM, and, et cetera.

118:46:59 CC
Roger that. We've got a team working on that, and incidentally, one of the information items that they want to know is which lithium hydroxide containers in the command module are empty. They just want to know that for weight and balance - and there's no rush about it - - o4 22 47 18 CDR

118:56:43 CDR
Aquarius, Houston.

118:56:46 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

118:56:50 CDR
Another note of interest to the crew systems people - Tell them that they don't have to bother putting the refrigerator onboard. I just brought out some hot dogs, and they're re practically frozen.

118:57:05 CC
(Laughter) Okay. We copy that, Jim.

119:11:05 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

119:11:10 CDR
Go ahead.

119:11:11 CC
Okay. We'd like another volt, amp reading, Jim.

119:11:16 CDR
Okay. Stand by, Joe.

119:11:18 CC

119:12:40 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

119:12:41 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

119:12:44 CDR
Volt 39.4, amp 1.23.

119:12:49 CC
Okay. Roger that. And, Jim, we ought to have a - an entry time line to discuss with you in one hour.

119:59:32 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

119:59:36 CDR
Go ahead.

119:59:38 CC
Guess what.

119:59:42 CDR

119:59:43 CC
Your volts and amps time, Jim.

119:59:48 CDR
That goes like the Amos and Andy show.

120:00:58 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Guess what.

120:01:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. What? Over.

120:01:06 CDR
39.4, 1.27.

120:01:12 CC
Are you really going up there, and looking at them?

120:01:17 CDR
That's what the meters say.

120:01:18 CC
Okay. We copy, Jim.

120:17:26 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

120:17:30 CDR
Go ahead.

120:17:32 CC
Okay, Jim. We show the SUIT CIRCUIT RELIEF valve is back in the AUTO position, and we'd like to have it off for good scrubbing. Over.

120:17:50 CDR
Have you seen ... out there?

120:17:58 CC
Okay. Thank you, Jim.

120:18:02 CDR
... up there - about ... of the scrubbers. If you think ...

120:18:08 CC
Roger. No sweat. Jim, in a few minutes I'm going to be coming at you with the - with the overall time line for tomorrow morning. You might want to think about taking a few notes, although we don't have detailed procedures for you at this time. Maybe you want to have Fred or Jack listen. Over.

120:18:33 CDR
Right. We're all set to copy.

120:18:35 CC

120:21:00 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

120:21:03 CDR
Go ahead.

120:21:05 CC
For our benefit while we do this briefing, Jim, we'd like to have the, the C0MM better, and we can sure spare the power; so we'd like you on panel 16 to close the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker, and on panel 12 we'd like you to move the VOICE FUNCTION switch to VOICE. Over.

120:22:22 CC
Okay, Aquarius; Houston. How do you read?

120:22:26 CDR
Read you loud and clear.

120:22:27 CC
Okay, and you're real good. It's a - It's a pleasure not to have all that noise. Let me tell you what I want to do, Jim. As I said, we're not going to give you detailed procedures, now. What we expect to have for you shortly are procedures which we'll try and get up to you in the following form. First, we'll have a time line, sort of a flight plan thing, which will have the times of all the major events and any configurations, switch settings, and so forth which are peculiar to our configuration and which, therefore, you won't find in the checklist. This, for instance, will be true of the way we power up the command module; and second, of course, we'll have any redlines to the checklist so that you can enter the checklist where possible to - to perform functions, and the time line will simply refer you to the checklist when that's appropriate. Okay?

120:23:32 CDR
Okay. Sounds good. You're going to give me an overall time line now, I take it; is that right?

120:23:36 CC
That's affirm. I'm going to first of all just quickly run through the times of the major events, and then we'll go back and fill in some of the details. Okay. Entry interface is at 142 hours 40 minutes; 6-1/2 hours, roughly prior to that or at about 136:10, we'll start this whole thing going by applying IMU HEATER POWER, by checking the CM/RCS temperatures and preheating the CM/RCS if required, and we suspect we'll probably want to do that. We'll have detailed procedures up for it later. At about 6 hours prior to EI or about 136:40, we will commence powering up the LM, powering up the AGS, using the modified LM/DPS RCS 30-minute checklist, which you have used for the previous midcourse. Then shortly, just before 5 hours, prior to EI or at about 137:49, we'll want you in the attitude for a LM AGS body axis alinement, using the Earth terminator like we did before; and as soon as we have that, we'll perform MCC-7, which looks like, now, about a 2-foot-per-second burn or about 15 seconds of RCS. And I'm told that it's down to 1-1/2 now, so it's comfortably within the RCS margin. Okay. When we do that, we'll immediately start the maneuver to the service module jettison attitude, which will be in plane since we're jettisoning it earlier than we usually do. We don't need, and don't want, the out-of-plane component. So it'll be in plane with the service module pointed back out along the radius vector. We will then commence to get the command module ready for service module SEP, including command module RCS checkout and hot fire, and at approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes prior to EI or 138:10, we'll Jettison the service module. We'll pitch the LM up until we aquire the service module in the ... and try and get some photographs, but we're not going to fool around with LM translation maneuvers for pictures because we don't want to screw up - foul up your flight path angle at that time. Okay. That gives us 2 hours to - of more or less open time here to finish up, if we're late on that, to go on over to checklist and prepare for powering up the command module. We're going to start the command module full powerup at EI minus 2 hours and 30 minutes or 140:10 GET. We'll get the computer on the line, we'll get the IMU up, we'll start uplinking your state vectors, and so forth, and alining the command module platform. At about 1 hour and 30 minutes at the latest, giving us an hour to do this command module stuff, we will start the maneuver to the LM jettison attitude. You'll then start to close out the LM. Of course, we don't have our stowage all configured way before this. We'll close the hatch, do a pressure integrity check, and at EI minus 1 hour, or 141 hours and 40 minutes, we'll jettison the LM. As soon as we do that, you can start the maneuver to the entry attitude. When you're there, do a sextant star check, take down the optics, and at that point we'll be giving you your final entry pad. You can initialize the EMS, and you'll essentially be right back on the checklist at that point. There's one - one little difference from your nominal entry. You're a little bit earlier in the morning, so it going - it's going to be nighttime when you get to EI. However, we're fortunate enough to have the Moon in a perfect position for a horizon check. We'll give you a Moon check instead of a horizon check, and you can track it right down to moonset, which is going to be at EI roughly minus 3 minutes. And that's it for the quick time line. Do you have any questions right now?

120:28:11 CDR
I don't believe so, Joe, right now. We'll have to look at those time lines, and think about it for a little bit.

120:28:18 CC
Okay. Real fine. We're ready to talk in some more detail about the alinement procedures, the CM powerup procedures, and so forth, but why don't we give you a few minutes to digest what you've already heard.

120:29:44 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

120:29:47 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

120:29:50 CDR
Two questions so far on heating up the CM/RCS. We assume that's LM power, and we assume that we're going to have to power up both CM buses, right?

120:30:00 CC
Okay, Jim. I didn't want to talk about that because we're not quite ready to recommend a procedure. We can't power up the CM/RCS per the normal checklist on the LM power because we haven't got quite enough amps. It may be that we'll want you to heat - to do the preheat one ring at a time and we're looking at that. Another possibility is that we may want to take down LM power at that time, do the preheat, and then go back to LM power until we have to take it down finally. Over.

120:30:38 CDR
Okay. Understand. Second question: when we finish MCC-7, that maneuver to SM JETT attitude will be angles given to us, by you, using the AGS aline ball, right?

120:30:52 CC
That's affirmative. Once we get that AGS alined and get a time hack on it, the good people down here will be able to give us AGS - AGS, 8-ball attitudes for the service module separation attitude, for the command module alinement attitude, which we are going to pass you up the - a Moon/Sun P52-type alinement. We'll have AGS 8-ball attitudes for those, and we'll be able to uplink through the command meidule once we get the computer up a preferred REFSMMAT, which will be identical to the LM attitude at the time of the burn. And we'll go into details on that later.

120:31:43 CDR
Okay. Just stand by 1. I'll give it to you.

120:31:48 CC
Will do.

120:32:49 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

120:32:51 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

120:32:55 CDR
We would like to have plenty of ... the control characteristics are of the LM/command module, and whether we can use the attitude control - controller only to maneuver the combination to photograph the service module at 4 plus 30.

120:33:12 CC
Okay. Good thinking. We are - it's - There has been a lot of consideration of what kind of maneuvers to let you do to photograph the LM, I mean the service module. We consider it quite low priority; the feeling is that it will be real nice to get pictures of the service module, but they are not required for our troubleshooting program. As far as the - the attitude control authority, and so forth, we will get you more detailed word on that later; we are working it. It appears that using the ACA instead of the TTCA after service module JETT will give you excellent attitude control authority, and that's what we recommend.

120:34:03 CDR
Okay. And I'm ... - use an AGS ATT HOLD configuraption to keep the attitudes - turn the LM JETT attitudes.

120:34:14 CC
That's affirm. We are - We are probably going to recommend a tight deadband AGS attitude hold for that.

120:34:23 CDR

120:34:45 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

120:34:47 CC
Go ahead.

120:34:49 CDR
Okay. The star check at the entry attitude, is it a sextant star check or a C0AS star check?

120:35:00 CC
It'll probably be a sextant star check, Jim. It really depends on how good that platform is that we get. And we expect it to be plenty good enough for a sextant star check.

120:35:14 CDR

120:35:15 CC
While we are on that subject, Jim, I want to mention one thing to Jack. As I said, this CSM alinernent procedure we are going to recommend is a Moon/Sun, and there are Sun filters stowed; they are stowed in compartment R-l; however, they are for the telescope only, of course, not the sextant. One is for the long eye-relief piece, the other for the normal eyepiece. And if he has any questions about that, we'll be glad to talk about it.

120:35:54 CDR

120:36:07 CDR
And because it will be too late to do much about a hatch integrity check if it fails, you want us to have our suits on sometime during this period?

120:36:20 CC
Okay, Jim. We are laying for you on that one; it is a subject that we wanted to - to bring up with you. We have been considering it, and our feelings are - Of course, it is up to you, but as we see the pros and cons, you just put your finger on the pro. We do a hatch integrity check shortly before EI minus I hours, and if we bust it, you would have a hard time scrambling into the suits. On the other hand, the disadvantages of wearing the suits are that they might slow you down considerably, not even counting the time to don them, and someone is even very concerned that after such and such a period of time in the suits, you might get too warm, and we might have to power up the SUIT LOOP to ventilate the suits and we don't particularly want to do that because it cost quite a bit of power. Consequently, our recommendation was going to be that you not wear the suit, since we have no reason to believe that the integrity check will show us anything but a slightly increased leak rate, and we can certainly hack that. What do you think? Over.

120:37:38 CDR
Well, I have confidence in the hatch, as long as it goes in and locks in smoothly; I see no reason why we need the suits, and one thing we are going to do during our spare time is to practice putting that hatch on, make sure we get it on and locked.

120:37:55 CC
Okay. Real good. And with that precaution, think we can concur on that decision.

120:38:11 CDR
And that's all the questions we had about the time line you gave us.

120:38:14 CC
Okay. Let me take a check here and see if there is anything anybody else wants to input to you, right now.

120:38:54 CC
Aquarius, Hourston.

120:38:58 CDR
Go ahead.

120:38:59 CC
Roger. One detail that I thought you ought to know about the service module JETT is that we're going to recommend a push-pull maneuver, that is in the attitude I described. We'll want you to go half a foot per second plus-X on the LM, then jettison the service module, then go half a foot per second minus-X, which will be less time be- cause you're suddenly a heck of a lot lighter. Over.

120:39:33 CDR
Okay. Understand. You want me to go a half a foot per second plus-X, JETT the service module, and go a half a foot per second minus-X.

120:39:45 CC
That's affirm. We think that will give you plenty of separation, and also will be a slow enough rate so you'll have a chance to get some photos.

120:41:06 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

120:41:08 CDR
Go ahead.

120:41:10 CC
Okay. 0ne more thing we want to update you on with a little detail. As we told you, the ascent SEP attitude was in plane and the LM JETT attitude will be more similar to a normal service module SEP attitude, that is it will be LM up, out the radius vector and 45 degrees right, out of plane toward the south. We are going to recom- mend that prior to JETT, the configuration be with the LM overhead hatch closed, with the vent valve open, and we'll JETT with the tunnel pressurized. Over.

120:42:10 CDR
Okay, Joe. Understand that the LM JETT attitude will be similar to service module normal jettison, which will be up and out of plane, and as soon as I finish maneuvering to left JETT attitude, I'll scramble up and close the LM hatch, making sure the vent valve is open, and then we'll vent it - or jettison it with the tunnel pressurized.

120:42:36 CC
That's affirmative. And Deke says don't forget to close the command module hatch on your way in.

120:42:45 CDR
I'm already scared that Jack will have it closed before I get up there.

120:42:49 CC

120:43:08 CC
Okay, Jim. I think that's about all we have for you right now. Whenever you feel like you don't have any more questions at the moment, we'd like you to reconfigure for down voice backup and we'd like you to do that to move the VOICE FUNCTION switch to DOWNV0ICE BACKUP as usual, but instead of pulling the circuit breaker, we'd like you to throw the POWER AMP switch to off.

120:44:00 CDR
Okay, Joe. I have one more question, here. If we get a little bit ahead of time on the command module full powerup after we jettison the ser- vice module, I'd like to go to LM JETT attitude early, and make sure we get that part squared away and sit there for a while before LM JETT of 1 hour. Now, will we be using LM power up to that time? There's two cables which we'll probably have to disconnect oh the way up through the tunnel if we're still going to use LM power?

120:44:30 CC
That's affirmative. Let me get word on when we expect to go off LM power.

120:44:54 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

120:44:58 CDR
Go ahead.

120:44:59 CC
Roger. We expect to go off LM power at the time we start powering up the CSM or about minus 2-1/2 hours. That is not a hard number, and we'll be updating you on it. As far as going to the LM JETT attitude, that's completely permissible as soon as you have a powered up command module and a satisfactory platform, you can go there immediately. We're giving you a maximum of 1 hour just for grins. Over.

120:45:34 CDR
Okay. Fine. And that will be a LM maneuver, I assume, because we lost the service module, so no strain there.

120:45:42 CC

120:45:49 CDR
And, Jack , would like to know what entry angle the midcourse-7 will give us?

120:45:58 CC
Oh, it'll put us right in the middle of the corridor, Jim.

120:46:04 CDR

120:46:05 CC
6.50 degrees. And, Jim, Houston. I guess, as a last i tern, we expect that it will take us about an hour to update your checklist and your time lines sometime later on today, and we'd just like you to consider that. I expect it'll be 3 or 4 hours before we have all that stuff ready.

120:46:32 CDR
Okay. We'll be standing by for that, and now POWER AMPLIFIER switch is going to go off, and then we'll be going to DOWN VOICE BACKUP.

120:46:39 CC

120:55:13 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

120:56:58 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

120:57:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Go ahead.

120:57:27 CDR
Houston. Aquarius.

120:57:28 CC
Roger, Jim. We're receiving you now. Go ahead.

120:57:34 CDR
Okay. I thought you were calling, but I guess we had a ground switching problem down there.

120:57:40 CC
Yes. We lost the lock for a little while there, Jim. Well , good day. Could you give us battery A voltage ... reading, please, and battery charger current, as you have been doing.

120:57:54 CDR
Okay, Vance. Standby.

120:57:56 CC

120:59:11 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

120:59:13 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

120:59:16 CDR
Okay. Volts are 39.5; amps, 1.25.

120:59:23 CC
Roger. Copy 39.5; and 1.25. Thank you.

121:47:31 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

121:47:37 CDR
Aquarius here. Go ahead, Houston.

121:47:40 CC
Say, Jim, could you give us another reading on the Battery A voltage and BAT charger current on the CSM, please.

121:47:49 CDR
BAT amps coming up.

121:47:51 CC
Okay. And sometime when you have some time to copy I have an entry stowage list to give you which specifies which equipment will be moved between vehicles before splashdown.

121:48:11 CDR
Okay. I'm - I'll bhe able to copy that in a minute.

121:49:21 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

121:49:23 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

121:49:25 CDR
Volts, 39.4; amps, 1.25.

121:49:30 CC
39.4, and say again amps.

121:49:36 CDR

121:49:38 CC
Roger. Copy. Thank you.

121:50:49 CDR
Okay, Vance. We're ready to cover - to copy the stowage list.

121:50:55 CC
Okay, Jim. Now, I'll give it to you in two parts. The first is LM to command module equipment transfer. The second part will be the reverse, command module to LM equipment transfer. And both parts represent Deltas from the launch stowage, and here comes the first list, LM to command module equipment transfer. First, DSEA, and I'll give you the stowage location, too. That goes in R-13.

121:51:42 CDR
Vance, what was that again?

121:51:46 CC
DSEA; that's recorder in - will go in the command module; it's recommended you stow it in R-13. Over.

121:52:02 CDR
Okay, the DSEA - that 's the recorder - will be stowed in R-13.

121:52:07 CC
That's affirm. Next. LM flight data file. That will go in R-l, R-2, and R-3. Next. Three PPKs in A-8.

121:52:43 CDR

121:52:44 CC
Okay. 16-millimeter and 70-millimeter exposed film in R-13. Okay, next. O2 hose screen caps on the 02 hoses. Next: two 70-millimeter Hasselblad cameras, and stow these in B-6 in the empty LiOH volume.

121:53:45 CC
Okay, next. Black-and-white TV camera, and recommend stow that on top of A-7 and A-11 in decontamination bag. Next: flag kit, stowage location A-8. Next: LM fecal bags, used, R-9, waste management system chute.

121:54:51 CC
Okay, that's the first list, Jim.

121:54:58 CDR

121:55:10 CC
And, if you want to read that one back, why then I'll - I'll give you the second one.

121:55:22 CDR
This is the LM to command module transfer, and this is the Delta from the launch stowage. Number 1: DSEA ...; number 2: LM flight data file in R-l, R-2, R-3; three PPKs in A-8 ... -

121:56:15 CDR
... A-8; and used LM fecal bags in R-9.

121:56:23 CC
Okay, that's affirm, Jim. We had a lot of noise, and we didn't get the middle part, but I think that's fairly - should be fairly clear to you, and don't bother with the readback of that that we missed, unless you have any doubts. And then I'll, if you're ready to copy, I'll give you the second list.

121:56:47 CDR

121:56:49 CC
Okay. This is CM to LM equipment transfer. Cabin fan filter and bag, and that, in the LM, should go in the ISA. Okay, next: decontamination bags, except for the ones used to wrap camera, should go in the ISA.

121:57:33 CC
Okay. Two LGGs, if you don't have them on already, to the IS - ISA. I realize you wouldn't have them on, because you're cold enough already.

121:57:57 CDR
That's right.

121:57:59 CC
Okay, and finally, four LiOH cans, the ones used in the LM, and those can go in the jettison bag in the LM. Okay, a couple of notes. After loading the ISA, recommend secure it to the right-hand restraint system.

121:58:40 CC
And secure the jettison bag to the PLSS on the floor. And that's all.

121:59:07 CDR
Okay, Vance. This is command module to LM: cabin fan filter and bag in the ISA; decontamination bags, except for the ones we use for the TV camera, in the ISA; two LCGs in the ISA; four LOiH [sic] cans in the JETT bag; and we'll secure the ISA on the right-hand side - on the right-hand restraint system, and we'll secure the JETT bags to the PLSS on the floor.

121:59:36 CC
Roger. That's it.

122:13:01 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

122:13:39 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

122:13:47 CDR
Go ahead.

122:13:49 CC
Jim, would you give us PCM to HI bit rate. We think maybe we might be able to lock up on your high bit rate now. Over.

122:15:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

122:15:16 CDR
Go ahead.

122:15:17 CC
Okay, Jim. We're getting it intermittently. We think we might get it steady and improve circuit margins if you would, in addition, on panel 16, open the PRIMARY POWER AMPL circuit breaker, and I'll give you next step in a minute.

122:15:39 CDR
Okay. PRIMARY POWER AMPL is opened.

122:15:41 CC
Okay. And on panel 12, POWER AMPL to PRIMARY.

122:15:50 CDR

122:15:52 CC

122:17:57 CC
Aquarius, 13.

122:18:02 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

122:18:04 CC
Or rather, Houston. Jim, it looks like we got a lockon, which is going to improve our data flow here. Only thing is, we'll probably lose data and probably voice, too, during a portion of each roll. So you might expect that. The other thing is, if anyone has on any BI0MED, would you switch your switch to - your BI0MED switch to that position.

122:18:37 CDR
Understand the first, Vance, and no one has on any BI0MED

122:18:44 CC

122:18:45 CDR
- - Fred and Jack are maneuvering things around right now, and mine is long since departed the scene.

122:18:51 CC
Okay. Copy.

122:19:30 CDR
Vance, you might be interested - the way we're - the way we got this thing arranged, we have one helmet attached to the C0MM lines attached to the LM hoses, and the guy that's got the duty wears the helmet, so the other people are free to maneuver.

122:19:48 CC
Right. That's understandable. One guy's on the leash, huh?

122:19:58 CDR
Yes. ...

122:25:10 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

122:25:15 CDR
Go ahead.

122:25:17 CC
Jim, when you get finished moving your stowage around and it's convenient, we'd like to terminate the battery charge for a little while to bring up the CM TM so we can take a look at the temperatures again, like we did yesterday. Advise that right now on your batteries, you have 111 amp-hours; and, eventually, we hope to have them up - peaked up to about 116. One other point, we - we can either read that procedure up again which involves cranking up the telemetry, or, if Jack still has it, we can use his notes and - but I have one or two changes to - to make on them. Over.

122:26:11 CDR
Okay, understand that you'll want us to terminate battery charge for a while, and crank up the CM TM to read out temperatures. And you have a few changes to Jack's checklist, and I'll turn the COMM over here to Jack shortly, as soon as he's finished, and we'll get along with it.

122:26:33 CC
Okay, we'll be standing by for - there's no hurry on it.

122:38:10 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

122:38:15 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

122:38:18 CDR
Just out of curiosity, Vance, what's our distance and velocity now?

122:38:24 CC
Hey, stand by 1. You're speeding up, I think.

122:38:47 CC
Jim, we have you 101000 miles out, and your velocity is 5848. Starting to speed up.

122:38:56 CDR
Okay. Thank you.

122:38:58 CC
sure enough.

122:41:59 CMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius.

122:42:03 CC
Go ahead, Jack.

122:42:06 CMP
Okay, Vance. Jim said that you want to terminate battery charge on battery A.

122:42:13 CC
That's affirm, Jack. Request to - Before you terminate it, get the usual readout on voltage and current; and we'd also like a time of termination, and understand you have the termination procedures. Is that affirm?

122:42:35 CMP
Okay. That's affirm. Stand by. Let me just make sure I've got everything here before I go off on a tangent.

122:42:43 CC
Okay, Jack, and your battery-charge termination procedure remains unchanged, but when we go to power up the CM and look at your TM, we have a couple of additional steps.

122:43:23 CMP
Okay. Vance, I do have the procedure for stopping the battery charge. And do you want me to copy this procedure now, or do you want me to come back and give you the volt, amps, and time and - after I complete this termination?

122:43:47 CC
Okay, just - just give us the volts and amps just before you start the termination of the procedure, and understand you say you have the charge - the procedure for taking the charge off. Is that affirm?

122:44:09 CMP
That's affirm.

122:44:11 CC
Okay. And just give us a hack on the time - -

122:44:13 CMP
And you want to - you want to review it at all?

122:44:19 CC
Negative. Unless you want me to. I'll tell you what; I could run through it very quickly just to verify that we're getting started off on the correct path here.

122:44:31 CMP
Yes. Okay, the first four or five things that I have is panel BAT CHARGE to OFF on panel 3; AC INVERTER 2, OFF; panel 5: MAIN BUS TIE, BAT A/C ON; panel 250: CB BAT A POWER ENTRY/POSTLANDING, open; panel 275: INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, open; and then, the - just to go ahead and reverse the position of the switches and circuit breakers that I started out with, and these don't have to be in reverse order. Is that Charlie?

122:45:12 CC
Roger, that's - that's Charlie. Have at it.

122:45:17 CMP
Okay, we'll get a volts and amps right now.

122:45:20 CC

122:46:12 CMP
Okay, Vance. The volts and amps: 39.4; amps, 1.25.

122:46:22 CC
Okay, Jack. We copy that. Incidentally - -

122:46:27 CMP
Okay. We're going up to termin - Go ahead, Vance.

122:46:33 CC
Never mind, Jack. I'll bring this up later when you've finished the procedure.

122:46:47 CMP
Okay. I'm going off the air; I'll put Fred-o on. I'm going to stop the battery charge.

122:46:55 CC

122:47:30 LMP
Now, how do you read, Vance?

122:47:32 CC
Hey, loud and clear, Fred. Understand you've been doing some spring housecleaning, moving stowage around up there.

122:47:40 LMP
Boy, you wouldn't believe this LM right now; it's nothing but bags from floor to ceiling.

122:47:46 CC
Hey, that brings up a question. We were wondering where you guys plan to stow the probe and drogue? It occurred to us that one possibility was to stow it in the LM, down about where the LMP normally stands, underneath the IS - ISAer. Perhaps you have a better idea. Over.

122:48:12 LMP
Yes, I do, Vance. ... would go in the LM, but I thought maybe we ought to stow it where the CDR stands. How's that?

122:48:22 CC
Okay. I can tell that you're just getting - getting that one over because Jim just got off the loop.

122:48:33 LMP
Yes, he's sleeping. No, that's - that's actually where we normally had been stowing it for normal LM JETTs.

122:48:44 CC
Okay, and - Hey, we just - we'll record that, and figure that you'll stow the probe and drogue over in the - where the CDR stands. We have a - a change to this - equipment transfer list that I just read up to Jim. Why don't you make a note of this one item? Forget about the LM - -

122:49:07 LMP
Stand by; stand by l.

122:49:08 CC

122:49:14 LMP
I think Jack hauled off the piece of paper with that - all that on it. Why don't you hold it until Jack gets done doing the battery charge?

122:49:24 CC

122:49:39 CC
And, Fred, request PCM on L0 bit rate, now.

122:49:44 LMP
Okay. And there was one piece of flight data that we needed that we didn't bring along this time.

122:50:00 CC
What was that?

122:50:04 LMP
That's a big book with a lot of just plain old blank pages in it.

122:50:10 CC
Yes, when you - when you get off nominal, why you just need scratch paper, don't you?

122:50:17 LMP

122:51:28 LMP
Okay, Vance. I got the stowage list now.

122:51:32 CC
Okay, I gave you two lists - -

122:51:33 LMP
And Jack's got - and Jack said he's completed - the - secured the battery charge now.

122:51:44 CC
Okay, and we're recording the time that that was complete. You have two lists there, one is LM to CM equipment transfer and the second list is the reverse. Request you scratch the last item on the first list, which is returning used bags to the CM.

122:52:11 LMP
Okay. We didn't have any of those, so that didn't pose any problem anyway.

122:52:20 CC

122:53:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

122:53:29 CMP
Okay, Vance. Aquarius is back on.

122:53:32 CC
Okay, Jack. Understand you completed securing the battery charge. Now if you are ready to copy, Jack, I would like to give you the two changes that we have to the powerup for the CM procedure. Over.

122:53:55 CMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

122:53:56 CC

122:54:59 CMP
Okay, Vance. You say you have some changes in the procedures that I used before to get telemetry and to check out the CSM system?

122:55:07 CC
Yes, that's correct. Jack; they're pretty simple. About halfway through the procedure, we have a step on panel 3, which is POWER AMPL, HIGH; we'd like to change that to POWER AMPL, LOW.

122:55:29 CMP
Okay. Copy. POWER AMPL, LOW.

122:55:33 CC
And the next change, Jack, is panel 275. Scratch the step "CB MAIN B, BAT B, close - BAT BUS B, close."

122:55:50 CMP
Okay. You want to delete the step "CB MAIN B BAT BUS B, close."

122:55:55 CC
Roger. As you know, we're going to do this on LM power, so this reflects that.

122:56:04 CMP
Okay. Real fine.

122:56:07 CC
Okay, and have at it. We - we'd like to have the TM up for about 5 or 10 minutes to look at the data from the CM; look at your temperatures, et cetera. And after that, we'll go back to charging the battery again, and the charge will probably go until around GET 126.

122:56:27 CMP
Okay. Do you want the same readouts from me that I gave you before?

122:56:34 CC
That's affirmative, Jack. And just to make sure that there is no mistaking the procedure, it starts out for the backout part: panel 3, POWER AMPL, OFF; TRANSPONDER, OFF; AC INVERTER 2, OFF; then goes to panel 250, et cetera.

122:57:07 CMP
That's - that's the way I read it.

122:57:09 CC

122:57:13 CMP
Okay; going back up into the refrigerator.

122:57:17 CC
Hey, I thought it was the bedroom.

122:57:22 CMP
Well, it's got a new name now, because it is about 30 degrees cooler.

122:57:30 CC
Roger. Returning to the deep freeze - -

122:57:31 CMP
- - Hey, Vance. One thing that I wanted to ask you - is on the stowage list where you have us putting the black-and-white TV camera on top of A-7 in an A ... decontamination bag, I was wondering if it would be possible or if you - there would be any problem in putting it into B-6 along with the two 70-millimeter Hasselblad cameras?

122:58:02 CC
Jack, I don't think there'll be any problem, if you can get it in, but let us get - work that and get back with you. Okay?

122:58:10 CMP
All right. I was just thinking. I'm trying to get as much weight as possible down there in that LEB. We have no SRCs and then our waste tank is - you know - rather depleted. I think it's about down to 40 percent or so. So I'm trying to get as much L over D as I can, and any heavy items we can get down there, I'd be greatly appreciative of you bringing it to our attention.

122:58:39 CC
Okay. We copy that, and ve owe you an answer on your last question.

122:58:46 CMP
Okay. And I'm in work, going to give you some telemetry.

122:58:51 CC

123:06:21 CC
Aquarius, Houston. We're receiving CSM data now.

123:06:27 LMP

123:09:08 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

123:09:15 LMP
Say again, Vance.

123:09:17 CC
Fred, we just lost data on Aquar - on Jack. Would you have him select best OMNI, please?

123:09:27 LMP

123:11:34 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

123:11:39 LMP
All right. Go ahead.

123:11:41 CC
Fred, we have enough data; recommend that Jack take off the TM and power back down again, using his backout procedure. Just let us know when he does it.

123:11:56 LMP

123:11:59 CC
And, after that, we'll start the battery charge, and we'll have to know when he starts that.

123:12:07 LMP
Okay. He's starting to back out now. Just out of curiosity, what - did you all get a readout on what the cabin temp was up there?

123:12:20 CC
Yes, we're getting 45 to 46 degrees.

123:12:31 LMP
Now you see why we call it the refrigerator.

123:12:35 CC
Yes, it's kind of a cold winter day up there, isn't it? Is it snowing in the command module yet?

123:12:50 LMP
Is it what, Vance?

123:12:52 CC
Is it snowing in there yet?

123:12:59 LMP
Oh, snowing. No-no, not quite. The windows are in pretty bad shape, and I guess the service module - we'll be trying to shoot out of the LM window, because every window in the command module is just covered with water droplets. It's going to take a lot of scrubbing to get those cleared off.

123:13:21 CC
Roger. Understand. Pete says to tell you that you'll have some time on the beach in Samoa to thaw out after this cold experience.

123:13:37 LMP
Hey, that sounds great.

123:14:01 LMP
Vance, have you all thought about what cameras you wanted to use? Right now, we've got configured a Hasselblad with a 250, and I've got the lunar-surface number 1 Hasselblad, and I've got the lunar surface sequence camera, also, rigged and ready to go. Did you have any other druthers about the ...

123:14:26 CC
You are referring to the photography of the ser- vice module, is that right?

123:14:32 LMP
That's right.

123:14:33 CC
We have some procedures in work, and I've seen them, Fred. I think pretty soon we'll be shooting them up to you to specify which cameras and settings. But that - that sounds pretty close.

123:14:50 LMP
Okay, you might let them know that, if they hadn't thought of it, that we got this lunar-surface sequence camera on board which has its own battery pack setup, and to shoot quite a few pictures with, and that could also be used for this.

123:15:04 CC
Roger. I know we are planning to use that camera, among others.

123:15:11 LMP

123:18:11 LMP
Okay, Houston; Aquarius. Jack has backed out of powering up the CM, and now he's proceeding to restart battery charge on BAT A.

123:18:25 CC
Okay. Real good, Fred. We copy.

123:21:32 LMP
Okay. And we are charging battery A now.

123:21:37 CC
Roger. Charging battery A, Fred.

123:22:03 CC
And, Fred, request now first reading of voltage - BAT A voltage and charger current. Over.

123:22:17 CMP
Okay, Vance. I can give it to you. I read it right after I started it. BAT A voltage was 39.4 and the current had jumped up to 1.4.

123:22:32 CC
Okay. 39.4 and 1.4. Thanks, Jack.

123:22:37 CMP
Okay. How about - You ready for some other readouts, that you wanted there?

123:22:40 CC
Ready to copy.

123:22:44 CMP
Okay. BAT B, 37.0; pyro A, 37.0; pyro B, 37.0; SPS helium pressure, 3400; and nitrogen A and B - just for throwing it in for kicks, 2200 and 2400, respectively; and the injector temperature - stand by - The Sun went down. Okay. The injector temperature, 5 Charlie, 3.9; 5 Dog, 3.2; 6 Alfa, 3.6; 6 Baker, 3.9; 6 Charlie, 3.5; 6 Dog, 3.4; the battery manifold pressure, 1.4.

123:24:01 CC
Okay. We copy all that, Jack. Thank you.

123:24:04 CMP

123:24:20 CMP
You say, you figure you are going to be charging BAT A until about 126?

123:24:32 CC
Roger. About 126:30 is an estimate, Jack.

123:24:40 CMP
Okay. You figure it will be fully charged then, huh?

123:24:43 CC
Yes. That's right. We'll have all the batteries up to about 116 amps-hours.

123:24:55 CMP
That's good news.

123:24:58 CC
That's better than 99, huh?

123:25:05 CMP
You're right.

123:25:38 CMP
How did all our systems look on Vance?

123:25:43 CC
I didn't hear any complaints, but just a minute; let me make a detailed check.

123:26:42 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

123:26:47 CMP
Go ahead.

123:26:48 CC
Jack, it's a general statement. It looks like temperatures have cooled off in the ballpark of 6 to 8 degrees cooler than what they were yesterday. Looks like everything is still within tolerance, but we're working up a detailed sheet of temperatures to send up to you, for your interest.

123:27:16 CMP
Okay. That sounds good.

123:29:33 CMP
Houston, Aquarius.

123:29:42 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

123:29:45 CMP
Vance, Joe brought up the alinement at EI minus 2 plus 30. Were you going to send up or have a discussion about that later on.

123:30:00 CC
That's correct. Jack. We just about have procedures in hand detail checklist-type procedures to send to you. In other words, a time line with reference to entry checklist and any changes in the entry checklist. So, if you have a few pages of scratch paper, why, I think we'll have that to you within an hour.

123:30:26 CMP
Okay. I'll be standing by. 05 03 30 38 CO One other thing. Jack - You still with me?

123:30:43 CMP
Yes, go ahead. The stowage people have tried out this black-and-white TV camera into B-6 idea and they say even with the lens off, they can't get it in. So, I still recommend that it be stowed where we had it on the list. That's A-7.

123:31:05 CMP
No problem.

123:32:12 CMP
All right, go ahead.

123:32:18 CC
Jack, request another voltage/readout on BAT A and current on BAT charger.

123:36:29 CMP
Okay, Vance. The volt 39.3, amp 1.3.

123:36:38 CC
Roger. Copy 39.3 and 1.3.

123:37:56 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

123:38:01 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

123:38:03 CC
Jack, looks like the LM suit release valve has been bumped to AUTO again; request it - -

123:38:12 CMP

123:38:13 CC
- - closed. Over.

123:38:44 CMP
In work.

123:38:45 CC

123:39:27 CMP
How's that right there?

123:39:32 CC
Okay. They say it looks good.

123:39:34 CMP

123:43:43 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

123:43:49 CMP
Go ahead.

123:43:50 CC
Okay, Jack. We need another one of those voltage amps readouts and then maybe we will get off of your back for a little while.

123:43:57 CMP
Oh, don't worry about it. I'd like to have you talk with us. Volts and amps coming up.

123:44:02 CC

123:45:29 CMP
Okay, Vance. Volts 39.4, amps 1.25.

123:45:38 CC
Okay. EECOM's got it duly recorded.

123:45:45 CMP
Is John Aaron on?

123:45:53 CC
No. Gee, I don't know what shift he is on. But he comes in later, I guess.

123:46:13 CMP
Actually, all the shifts are morning. Shifts to us.

123:46:19 CC
Say that one again - -

123:46:21 CMP
The Sun is always shining - All of the shifts are morning shifts to us, because the Sun is always shining.

123:46:28 CC
That was a short night.

123:46:39 CMP
Just for curiosity's sake, are we still holding entry angle at 6.25?

123:46:59 CC
Okay. Jack, right now we're told that it's closer to 6, and - But they would like to track it some more. Looks like your next midcoursc will be in the order of 2 to 3 foot per second.

123:47:16 CMP

123:54:03 CMP
I just got a good view of the Southern Gross, Alpha and Beta Centauri , and Atria.

123:56:40 CMP
Houston, 13.

123:56:45 CC
Go ahead. Jack.

123:56:49 CMP
Okay. We're still in good chape as far as water goes in the LM?

123:56:56 CC
Okay. We copy.

123:57:11 CMP
The reason I ask is I'm assuming that we are, and I have no idea each time I pressurize the surge tank to get water out of the command module, how much I drop that surge tank and if we are in good shape as far as water goes in the LM, we'd like to fill a couple of drink bags to get some water for drinking purporses.

123:57:37 CC
Okay. Have you run out of CM drinking water yet, Jack?

123:57:43 CMP
Oh, no, we've got plenty of drinking water. I think the - I don't have any idea, what the surge tank pressure is.

123:57:57 CC
Okay. It's 750 - -

123:57:58 CMP
- - and I don't have any - -

123:57:59 CC
It's 750, Jack.

123:58:02 CMP
Okay. 750.

123:58:33 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

123:58:38 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

123:58:40 CC
Okay. Stand by 1, Jack, and we'll give you an indication of how that water situation on the LM is - which is your question. Right?

123:58:51 CMP
Okay. But I guess what I was really asking is, if you'd have any violent objections if we filled two drink bags from LM water rather than repressurizing the surge tank.

123:59:03 CC
Okay. Stand by on that.

123:59:04 CMP
Also, Jim is asleep up there and we didn't want to bother him, either.

123:59:10 CC
Okay. We understand.

123:59:18 CC
And, Jack, we'll be changing stations in 1 minute; so, we may have a temporary dropout in COMM.

123:59:26 CMP

124:02:09 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

124:02:18 CMP
Okay, Vance. Go ahead. Loud and clear.

124:02:20 CC
Okay, Jack. We're going to bargain with you on this one. Instead of two, would - wish that you would just get just one bag full. That shouldn't do any harm; however - -

124:02:32 CMP

124:02:33 CC
- - we are not all that fat on water that we want to do any drinking out of the LM as a regular thing after this one bag. So would you let us know when you get the water out and give us a mark on it so we can watch the TM. Over.

124:02:53 CMP
Okay. Fred-o is about to withdraw the water now.

124:06:01 CMP
Okay, Vance. We've withdrawn - oh, about 8 ounce of water.

124:06:09 CC
Okay, Jack. How's it taste?

124:06:18 CMP
It's - good. It's not quite as gaseous as that in the command module.

124:17:16 CC
Apollo 13, Houston - or rather, Aquarius, Houston. Over.

124:17:23 CMP
Go ahead.

124:17:25 CC
Hey, Jack, we need another reading. Volts and amps.

124:17:29 CMP
Okay. They're coming up.

124:20:10 CMP
Vance, you won't believe this, but Fred-o says it's 39.4 and 1.245.

124:20:19 CC
Okay. Our EEC0M is recording those numbers. Charlie Dumas, this time.

124:20:27 CMP

124:20:36 CC
Not changing very fast, is it?

124:20:42 CMP
How far out are we?

124:20:55 CC
Okay. 953 and 6068 on velocity, per FIDO.

124:21:02 CMP

124:21:03 CC
Bill Stoval.

124:21:04 CMP
Thank you.

124:38:32 CDR
Houston, Aquarius. Over

124:38:38 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

124:38:42 CDR
Are the flowers in bloom in Houston?

124:38:45 CC
No, not yet. Still must be winter.

124:38:52 CDR
Suspicions confirmed.

124:38:57 CC
Yes, I doubt if they will be blooming even Saturday, when you return.

124:39:05 CDR
I concur. 05 04 39 07 Hey, Jim, we have some photo information to pass up to you. Discussed this briefly with Fred earlier. It's instructions or suggestions for which photos - which cameras and lenses to use during your service module photography. Over.

124:39:31 CDR
Okay. Stand by 1.

124:39:33 CC

124:39:57 CDR
Go ahead.

124:39:59 CC
Okay. We have three cameras here, two oft them to be used for picture taking from the LM, one to be used form number 5 window of th CSM. First, Ill hot the LM cameras. And this camera that I mention now has first priority. It's considered the one to give you the best results. That's the 70-millimeter DC Reseau camery, Hasselblad, that is, with the 80-millimeter lens, from box A-13. Suggest fresh magazine of 3400 black-and-white film.

124:41:02 CDR

124:41:06 CC
Okay. Suggest either magazine R of magazine S from A-13. Transfer all of this to the LM and recommend the following settings: LM/DC/80/BW 3400 (f:5.6 at a 250th).

124:42:00 CC
And that's all for that one.

124:42:04 CDR
Okay, Vance. Let me see if I have it here. For the LM, want to use the 70-millimeter DC Hasselblad 8O-millimeter lens in A-13, using 3400 black-and-white film MAGs R or S. Prepare to take camera to the LM, and the setting would be the LM/DC/80/BW 3400 (f:5.6) at a 250th 05 04 42 28 CC That's correct. Okay. Next: the next camera - Stand by 2. I've got noise here. Okay. The next LM - The next camera for the LM will be the 16-millimeter, and these photos are considered to be priority 3. Okay. One, get the 16-millimeter DAC and powerpack from A-8 Get the 10-millimeter lens, and remove it - remove the 10-millimeter lens, and take the l8-millimeter lens from B-3 and attach it to the camera. And attach the power cable transfer to the LM, set frame rate at 12 frames per second, and the same data line that I gave you before reads this way this time. LM/DAC/l8/CEX, battery (f:8 and l/250th). Okay. Now looking at these two cameras in the LM, it's recommended that you use the 16-millimeter for the first 2-1/2 minutes and then switch to the 70-millimeter. That's partly because the frame's been - or the - They've been optimized for closer and longer range. Okay. Read back, please.

124:44:59 CDR
Okay, Vance. Essentially, what you wanted to use as far as the movie camera in the LM goes, is our lunar sequence camera which is attached to the powerpack. We use the l8-millimeter lens, set it at 12 frames per second ... f:8 at 250th of a second.

124:45:22 CC
Roger. f:8 at 250th.

124:45:30 CDR
Right; f:8 at 250th.

124:45:35 CC
Okay. Would you believe that we have a correc- tion now to the last camera I gave you? Correct that 18-millimeter lens to 75-millimeter lens.

124:45:52 CDR
Okay. The 18-millimeter to the 75-millimeter lens. Okay.

124:45:57 CC
Right. Okay. Next for the command module pictures , it may be a little hard to see the service module from the command module, but if you can see it, it will be through window 5, people down here think. Recommend for that the CM 70- millimeter. These photos have priority 2. So this is 70-millimeter EL, with - which has the 80-millimeter attached, and this is all in B-3. Take off the 80-millimeter lens and attach the 250-millimeter lens. And the 250-millimeter lens can be found in U-4. Use CEX film from A-13. Ring sight from A-7, and these pictures will be f:8 at a 250th. And I think probably by now you probably all have - already have these cameras configured, and this may be redun- dant information, but here it is anyway. Over.

124:47:26 CDR
Okay, Vance. You're right. We do have cameras almost configured like you said. For the command module, you think that the EL with the 250 lens, CEX film, f:8 at a 250th is the best bet, and you're saying now that where you think you'll see it is out window 5? Is that it?

124:47:48 CC
That's right, Jim.

124:47:52 CDR
Okay. My procedure, now, after service module JETT is going to be to pitch up, in order to try to get the service module into the - to get the center window in view of the service module, which we are going to have somebody there - to photograph. Why do you think window 5 will be it?

124:48:35 CC
Okay. Stand by on that one. This is a question of geometry, and I'll get right back.

124:58:10 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

124:58:14 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

124:58:16 CC
Jim, regarding window 5, I have a drawing here; and, when you're docked, you have approximately a 60-degree angle between the Z-axes of the two spacecraft. It appears that peering out window 5, you would be looking at the rendezvous radar on top of the LM which would, if you pitched, more or less give you a view of the service module. That is, if you pitched, so - from - and I think that this has been run by quite a few folks here; so, offhand. I can't see where any other window would be as good or perhaps even possible.

124:59:12 CDR
Okay. I understand. Yes, you're right- When we look out window 5, we can see rendezvous radar, and we'll try - We'll try window 5.

124:59:21 CC
Roger. It presumes, though, that there has to be a pitch to be able to see it. You guys sound a lot more rested today.

124:59:33 CDR
Well, I just went back and sacked out for an hour or so and didn't get back up.

124:59:40 CC
Very good.

125:00:51 CC
And, Jim, Houston. We really are going to get those checklists up to you.

125:00:57 CDR

125:15:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

125:16:27 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

125:16:32 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

125:16:33 CC
Jim, it's time for readings on the battery charging again. Request the BAT A voltage and the charger amps. Over.

125:16:43 CDR
Okay. Stand by, Vance.

125:19:07 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

125:19:09 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

125:19:12 CDR
Okay. We have no more water in the potable tank. We tried to get some more out a few minutes ago, and there isn't any.

125:19:21 CC
Okay. Understand you ran out of water in the CM potable tank.

125:19:27 CDR

125:25:17 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

125:25:50 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

125:25:54 CDR
Go ahead, Houston.

125:25:56 CC
Jim, we - you were able to get those voltage - BAT A voltage and current readings?

125:26:02 CDR
Oh, yes. Fred's - Fred's up there now.

125:26:05 CC
Okay. And we're ready to read you the first checklist installment. This will - What we're going to readup is going to be a LM time line, a CSM time line, and checklist changes to conform with these. And right now I have the first installment of the CSM time line ready to read up. Over.

125:26:37 CDR
Okay, Jack. I'm going to get - Vance, I'm going to get Jack on the line for that; and so stand by.

125:26:43 CC
Okay. And he'll need a lot of paper.

125:26:50 CDR
Okay. Volts are 39.5; amps, 1.24. Stand by.

125:27:01 CC
Okay. We got it.

125:27:28 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

125:27:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. I'm on and ready to copy.

125:27:54 CC
Okay, Jack. Wait 1. We want to get one into the hands of FLIGHT and EEC0M, and it'll take about a minute or 2. Sorry to wake you up for this, but take about a minute, and then we'll read it up to you.

125:30:07 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

125:30:12 CMP
Okay, Vance. Go ahead.

125:30:14 CC
Okay, Jack. Do you have any of that CM water - bagged water, left? Over.

125:30:22 CMP
Negative. I went up and tried to repressurize the surge tank and get another shot of water, and was able to repressurize the surge tank okay, but there was no water that came out of the water tank.

125:30:36 CC
Ye's. We understand that there isn't any more in the potable tank, but we understood that you had put some water from that tank into bags, and I wondered if any of the bags were left.

125:30:48 CMP

125:30:50 CC

125:33:42 CC
Okay, Jack. Ready to copy?

125:33:49 CMP
Okay, Vance. Ready to copy.

125:33:51 CC
Okay. Start at EI minus 6-1/2 hours. You're going to re - get LM pads and CSM pads, and I don't know if you want to copy them or not. This is something I can just read off to you. Over. Without you copying unless you especially want it.

125:34:17 CMP

125:34:19 CC
Okay. LM pad, SM jettison - -

125:34:25 CMP
Okay. Go ahead; read which ones we're going to get.

125:34:28 CC
Okay. I'll read them fast first here so you get a general idea. LM pad, service module JETT attitude. Moon viewing attitude, Sun viewing attitude, and LM JETT attitude. The CM pads are coarse aline angles for LM attitudes during Moon and Sun sightings, coarse aline angles for entry REFSMMAT, and CMC angles on entry REFSMMAT for LM JETT. Moon viewing, and entry. Okay. That - That's general pad information. If you want, I'll read it slowly so you can copy it all down; otherwise, I'll go ahead.

125:35:30 CMP
I got - I was trying to copy it as you were reading it, Vance. The LM pads are service module Jettison attitude. Moon viewing attitude, Sun viewing attitude, and LM jettison attitude. Is that correct?

125:35:44 CC
That's correct. Okay, l'll read the CM pads now, slowly. Coarse aline angles for LM attitudes during Moon and Sun sightings.

125:36:21 CC
Okay. The next coarse aline angles for entry REFSMMAT. Okay. The next, CMC angles on entry REFSMMAT for (l) LM JETT, (2) Moon viewing, (3) entry. Okay. I'll stand by until you read that back.

125:37:37 CMP
Okay. The CSM pads will be coarse aline angles for LM attitudes during Moon and Sun sightings. Coarse aline angles for entry REFSMMAT. CMC - CMC angles on entry REFSMMAT for (l) LM jettison, (2) Moon viewing, (3) entry.

125:38:07 CC
Okay. That's correct.

125:38:43 CC
Okay, Jack. Going to hold up 1. All the hordes of people that devised this procedure are going to be coming into the room in a minute, and they'd like to hold up until everybody can listen in.

125:39:24 CC
Get that, Jack?

125:39:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. We're ready to go.

125:39:54 CC
Okay. We lost you there briefly while you were in an attitude where we couldn't receive you. Jack, we'd like to hold off for about 5 minutes. We have some more people coming in to listen to this, and it took a lot of people to devise this procedure, and a few people have been testing it out, so we'd like to have them all on hand while we give you the rest.

125:40:21 CMP

125:40:28 F
How's the temperature up there, Jack? You guys chopping wood to keep warm?

125:40:34 CMP
Deke, it's about 51, I think, or 50 in the LM, and it's about - I don't know - 45 or little bit less in the command module.

125:40:49 F
Oh, it's a nice fall day, huh?

125:40:54 CMP
Yes, I tell you, we don't have to worry about chilldown.

125:43:30 CMP
Okay, Vance. While we're waiting, do you have there also what I can expect ground to uplink me?

125:43:44 CC
We'll have that. Jack, but - Stand by for that.

125:43:52 CMP
Okay. 05 05 44 08 cc Jack, probably - probably the thing to do is to give you all of the checklist, and it will include things like this. Then we'll have a big question and answer session afterwards, if that's okay by you.

125:44:24 CMP
Okay. That sounds good.

125:46:52 CMP
Okay, Vance. While we're waiting, just for your information, the command module has been stowed per your checklist with the exception of the two Hasselblad cameras.

125:47:11 F
Roger. Got that. Jack.

125:47:22 CMP
And the LM is pretty well stowed with the exception when we have yet to bring in the probe and the drogue.

125:47:31 F
Roger. Got that.

125:47:55 F
Relative to your water situation, Jack, we're going to have a pretty good back on the LM here in the next few hours, and we anticipate letting you fill your own tanks before we transfer over, so you should be in reasonably good shape there.

125:48:12 CMP
Okay. We have a number of juice bags all cut and ready to go, and we tried to get the water out of the command module about 20 minutes ago and found out that the command module's potable tank was empty. So we have no bags made up now, so we're dependent on LM water, PLSS water.

125:48:39 F
Roger. If you feel like trying the PLSS, that's all excess, and you might want to try that at any time. I'm sure it'll taste like PLSS but you might as well try it.

125:48:57 CMP

125:50:28 CMP
Okay, Deke. All the windows in the command module are heavily coated with water right now. So I don't know what kind of pictures we'll get out of them, but I'm going to try and clean them off and do the best I can with the 250-millimeter lens on the Hasselblad.

125:50:47 F
Roger. That's why we have the top priority stuff in the LM. We figure you've got a much better chance of getting it through there.

125:50:55 CMP

125:53:24 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

125:53:29 CMP
Are you ready to send it up, Vance?

125:53:31 CC
Jack, before we start reading the procedure, we'd like - We find that BAT A is topped off and in great shape. Like to switch over and top off BAT B some more. Give it 2 more hours of charging. Have about a seven- or eight-step procedure here to give you, if you want to copy that. We're switching before we start recording the entry procedures.

125:53:58 CMP
Okay. Stand by and let me get out my other checklist.

125:54:14 CMP
Okay, Vance. Ready to copy.

125:54:19 CC
Okay. Panel 3: switch BATTERY CHARGE to OFF. Panel 5; MAIN BUS TIE BAT A/C to BAT A/C; CB BATTERY CHARGER, BAT A CHARGE to open; CB BATTERY CHARGER, BAT B CHARGE, close. Next, panel 250; CB BAT B POWER ENTRY/P0STLANDING to close. Panel 5; MAIN BUS TIE, BAT B/C, off. Panel 3; BATTERY CHARGE to B. Advise; well, stand by. Jack, advise that we have a backout procedure for this, but we'll read that up to you later, in about 2 hours. And, also, that this procedure is a DELTA to your - the first battery charging procedure that we gave you. In other words, it's a DELTA from where you are right now.

125:57:10 CMP
Okay. This is the procedure for charging BAT Baker. Panel 3; BAT CHARGE, OFF; panel 5; MAIN BUS TIE, BAT A/C to A/C; CB BAT CHARGER, BAT A CHARGE, open; CB BAT CHARGER, BAT B CHARGE, close. Panel 250; CB BAT B POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, close. Panel 5; MAIN BUS TIE, BAT B/C, to OFF; Panel 3; BAT CHARGE to B. This is a DELTA for the first battery charging procedure ; you'll give me the backout procedure in a couple hours.

125:57:47 CC
That's affirm.

125:57:51 CMP
Okay. I'll put it in work right now, then come back and stand by to copy the rest of - well, I - not the rest - everything.

125:58:01 CC
Everything is right.

125:58:13 CC
You'd never believe how much this procedure's been massaged in the last day.

126:02:41 CMP
Okay, Vance. I put BAT Baker on charge; I don't think it quite had stabilized. It was reading 1.1 amps, 39.6 volts when I left up there.

126:03:02 CC
Okay. We got that.

126:03:07 CMP
Okay. I guess now is as good a time to start as any.

126:03:21 CC
Just a second, Jack.

126:04:45 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

126:04:50 CMP
Okay, Vance. You're kind of weak, but readable.

126:04:54 CC
Jack, we're going to need readings on the BAT volt and charger amps about every 10 or 15 minutes for a while, so is there somebody else that can be reading them out while you're copying? Over.

126:05:10 CMP
Yes. Jim will take a run up there. Fred-o is sleeping right now. We're trying to get some sleep here, and Jim'll run up and take a look at voltage and current whenever you call.

126:05:22 CC

126:06:34 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

126:06:37 CC
Go ahead, Aquarius.

126:06:40 CDR
Vance, we've got to realize that we've got to establish a work-rest cycle up here, so we just can't wait around here to just read procedures all the time up to the burn. We've got to get them up here, look at them, and then we've got to get the people to sleep. So take that into consideration when you get ready to send up the pads.

126:07:01 CC
I know, Jim. We're very conscious of that. We - we should be ready to go in about 5 minutes. That's all I can say. Stand by.

126:07:16 CDR

126:11:48 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

126:11:53 CMP
Okay, Vance. We're ready to go.

126:11:56 CC
Okay. We need a - Sorry (laughter). We need a readout. Volts and amps.

126:12:05 CMP
Okay. In work.

126:12:10 CC
And, might as well bring the COMM up to a higher fidelity for this long period of checklist reading. That requires, panel 16: GB PRIMARY S-BAND POWER AMP, closed.

126:12:37 CMP
Okay, PRIMARY S-BAND POWER AMP closed now. How do you read?

126:12:40 CC
Okay. And next step, panel 12: S-BAND FUNCTION to VOICE and RANGING FUNCTION to RANGING.

126:13:25 CMP
Okay, Vance. The S-BAND FUNCTION is at VOICE and the RANGING switch was at RANGING.

126:13:32 CC
Okay. That makes it so we can hear you better, Jack.

126:13:41 CMP
Okay. Can we - Since the first part of it, you're just going to read and I'm going to copy and we're going to have a question and answer period later, can we get started?

126:13:52 CC
Okay. Procedure's coming back in again. Multi- copies for distribution. And Ken's back. He's a local expert on this now, so we'll turn you over to him and he'll read it off.

126:14:07 CMP
Okay. Stand by. I'll give you volts and amps. Okay. The voltage is 39.1; amps, 1.75.

126:14:20 CC

126:14:43 CC
Hello, Aquarius; Houston. How do you read?

126:14:48 CMP
Okay. Very good. Ken.

126:14:50 CC
Okay. Let me take it from the top here. Just - there might be some overlap, but to make sure we're all on the same signal. We're starting off with a set of time line procedures that are going to give us - end up with the normal entry checklist. There will be some checklist changes into the book, but the bulk of what I have for you is the time line stuff. And it starts at 6 hours and 30 minutes prior to EI and assumes that we're getting LM power to MAIN B in the command module. I think you already have the numbers for the LM pads and the command module pads; I mean the types of pads we'll be giving you. And if you have a question on what they'll be doing or what they're for, I can go over those now or when we get through.

126:15:42 CMP
Okay. Yes, I'll make a little note there, and we'll discuss it when we get everything copied, huh?

126:15:50 CC
All right. And the first item, then, after you get ready to start this checklist, is to install lithium hydroxide canister's and to stow ORDEAL. On panel 8, we want to turn the FLOODLIGHTS to FIXED.

126:16:08 CMP
Okay. Wait a minute. You're going too fast, here.

126:16:11 CC
Okay. I'll tell you. I'll go line at a time and wait for your verification before I go on to the next one. I have panel 8, FLOODLIGHTS, FIXED.

126:16:38 CC
Okay. Install LiOH canisters, stow ORDEAL, FLOODLIGHTS, FIXED.

126:16:42 CC
Okay. That's the panel 8 floodlights. Now we're going to take panel 5 and put the FLOODLIGHT rheostat to FLOOD and the LEB, that's panel 100, FLOODLIGHTS are also going to FIXED. And the purpose of this is to balance up buses A and B.

126:17:05 CMP
Okay. Panel 5; FLOODLIGHTS; you want the rheostat on. Panel 100, FLOODLIGHTS; you want FIXED.

126:17:14 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. On panel 8: circuit breakers EMS, MAIN A and MAIN B, that's two, open.

126:17:47 CMP
Okay. Panel 8: EMS MAIN A and MAIN B, open.

126:17:51 CC
Okay. On panel 250: circuit breaker BATTERY A POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, closed.

126:18:14 CMP
Okay. Panel 250: CB BAT A POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING, closed.

126:18:20 CC
Okay. The same for circuit breaker BATTERY B POWER ENTRY and POSTLANDING.

126:18:39 CMP

126:18:42 CC

126:19:00 CMP

126:19:03 CC
Okay. That's correct. On panel 5: circuit breaker BAT CHARGE, BATTERY A CHARGE, closed.

126:19:27 CMP
Okay. Panel 5: CB BAT CHARGE, BAT A, close.

126:19:32 CC
Okay. And the same for circuit breaker for BATTERY CHARGE, BAT B/CHARGE, closed.

126:19:52 CMP
Okay, BAT CHARGER, BAT B, closed.

126:19:56 CC
All right. Like to take MAIN BUS TIES, two of them, on and up. That's probably a verify.

126:20:16 CMP
MAIN BUS TIES A/C and B/C, on, verify.

126:20:21 CC
That's correct. Circuit breaker BATTERY RELAY BUS, BATTERY A and B, closed.

126:20:43 CMP

126:20:49 CC
That's affirmative. Circuit breaker EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:21:13 CMP

126:21:18 CC
Okay. On panel 275: circuit breaker MAIN A, BATTERY C, closed.

126:21:37 CMP
Okay, Ken. Wait on that one here. I'm just about to lose you here. Just - I've got to change OMNIs.

126:21:42 CC

126:21:47 CMP
Okay. Could you give me that one again, please.

126:21:50 CC
All right. On panel 275: circuit breaker MAIN A, BATTERY C, closed.

126:22:05 CMP
Okay. MAIN A, BAT B, closed on 275.

126:22:09 CC
That's MAIN A, BATTERY C, Charlie.

126:22:15 CMP
MAIN A, BAT C, Charlie.

126:22:20 CC
That's affirm. No - Negative on battery Bravo.

126:22:27 CMP
Okay. Negative on battery Bravo. That's MAIN A, BAT Charlie, closed.

126:22:32 CC
Okay. Good. On panel 276: circuit breaker INSTRUMENTATION POWER CONTROL, 3 and 4, open.

126:22:49 CMP
Would you say that one again. Ken?

126:22:51 CC
All right. On panel 276: circuit breaker INSTRUMENTATION POWER CONTROL, 3 and 4, open.

126:23:17 CMP
Okay. Panel 276: CB INSTRUMENTATION POWER CONTROL, 3 and 4, open.

126:23:24 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. Panel 5: circuit breaker CENTRAL INSTRUMENTATION POWER, MAIN B, closed.

126:23:51 CMP
Okay. On panel 5: ...

126:23:59 CC
Okay. I'm sorry. Jack. Would you read that again, please?

126:24:03 CMP

126:24:10 CC
Okay. That's correct. PRIMARY EVAPORATE WATER CONTROL valve to AUTO.

126:24:24 CMP
This is on 382?

126:24:27 CC
That's affirmative.

126:24:28 CMP
Wha - Wha -

126:24:30 CC
Okay, Jack. We want to put the PRIMARY and the SECONDARY EVAPORATED WATER CONTROL valves to AUTO.

126:24:37 CMP

126:24:52 CC
And, Jack, can you give us a readout on BAT B and the charger current?

126:25:14 CMP
Okay, Ken. That was the PRIMARY and SECONDARY H2O CONTROL valves to AUTO on 382.

126:25:20 CC
That's affirmative, and did you copy about the readout on the battery and charger?

126:25:25 CMP
Yes. Jim's on his way up.

126:25:27 CC
Okay. Thank you. All right, the next little step after your water control valves is to perform the CSM RCS preheat. We'll do that on page E/l-5, steps 35 and 37.

126:25:53 CMP
Okay, Ken. We're having a problem with the COMM. You read now?

126:25:57 CC
Yes, sir. Loud and clear.

126:26:04 CMP
Okay. It's perform CM - CSM RCS preheat, and could you say again all after?

126:26:11 CC
Okay. I'm referring to the entry checklist, page E/l-5, steps 35 and 37.

126:26:33 CMP
Okay Perform CSM RCS preheat per entry check-list, page 1-5, steps 35 an 37.

126:26:43 CC
That's affirmative. Now back to panel 5: circuit breaker CAUTION AND WARNING, MAIN B, closed.

126:26:59 CMP

126:27:02 CC
That's affirm. On panel 2: CAUTION AND WARNING POWER to 1.

126:27:15 CMP

126:27:20 CC
That was POWER to number 1, Jack.

126:27:26 CMP

126:27:29 CC
Okay. On panel 5: circuit breaker EPS SENSOR UNIT, DC BUS A and B, closed.

126:27:50 CMP
Okay, Ken. The C0MM from you is awful weak - awful weak, I - I can't - it's CB EPS SENSOR UNIT. Say again, after that.

126:27:59 CC
All right, Jack. That's CB EPS SENSOR UNIT, DC, that's Delta Charlie, BUS A and B, closed.

126:28:16 CMP
Okay. CB EPS SENSOR UNIT, DC BUS A and B, close. And I'll give you the volts and amps.

126:28:27 CC
Okay, that's correct. Go ahead.

126:28:29 CMP
Okay. Volts are 39.1:. amps, 1.5.

126:28:45 CC
Okay. On panel 3: MAIN BUS A and B, go to RESET and leave it in the center.

126:29:06 CMP
Okay, panel 3 - Stand by; got to change OMNI's.

126:29:19 CMP
Okay. MAIN BUS A and B, RESET, then center.

126:29:27 CC
That's affirmative. Okay, now we're at EI minus 5 plus 05. And, as far as you're concerned, Jack, the command module is using this for infor mation only. This will be the LM doing an Earthterminator AGS alinement; and at the time of 5 plus 05 is the time they'll be going ahead and releasing their ball. And this will be covered in the LM checklist; it'll be uplinked after this one. At EI minus 5, we perform midcourse number 7. Over.

126:30:16 CMP
Okay. At EI minus 05:05, the LM is making an Earth-terminator aline; and at EI minus 05:0C, we perform MCC-7.

126:30:27 CC
That's correct. At the completion of mid- course 7, the LM will maneuver to a separation attitude. And this attitude will be sent up on one of the pads that you're going to get before all the sequence starts. And it'll be flown to the LM ball angles on that pad.

126:30:47 CMP
Okay. Understand.

126:30:50 CC
All right. At EI minus 4 plus 40, we want to perform page 1-6, step 39 of the entry checklist.

126:31:07 CMP
Ken, I - I didn't get it. We had to change OMNI'S again. Could you say it - the EI minus 4 dash - or 04:40, we do something.

126:31:15 CC
Okay. And at that time, you'll want to perform step 39 of Page E/l-6. Over.

126:31:31 CMP
Okay. Perform step 39 of entry checklist page E/l-6.

126:31:39 CC
That's correct. Okay. The next is the command module RCS activation, and that's step 4-1 of page E/l-6.

126:32:13 CMP
Okay. The next is perform CSM - or CM RCS activation for step 4-1 of page E — E/l-6.

126:32:28 CC
That's correct.

126:32:41 CC
All right. Jack. The next is at EI minus 4 plus 30. We want to verify that the LM is configured for command module RCS hot fire.

126:33:08 CMP
Okay. Verify LM configure for RCS hotfire at EI minus 04:30.

126:33:16 CC
That's correct. Now to panel 5: circuit breaker G&N IMU HEATER, MAIN B, closed.

126:33:41 CMP
Okay. Panel 5: CB G&N IMU HEATER, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:33:49 CC
That's negative. Jack. That's MAIN B only.

126:33:59 CMP
Okay. MAIN B only.

126:34:02 CC
I'm sorry; I lost you that time. Say it again.

126:34:08 CMP
Okay. Let's repeat it. Stand by. Cut out. We've really got a strange attitude, so this is why we are having the C0MM problem. Panel 5: CB G&N IMU HEATER, MAIN B, closed.

126:34:24 CC
That's affirmative. On panel 1: ROTATION CONTROL POWER, NORMAL. That's two of them, to AC/DC.

126:34:42 CMP
Okay, panel 1: RHC, NORMAL, two to AC/DC, two controllers.

126:34:48 CC
That's correct. On panel 7: SCS, LOGIC POWER 2/3, ON.

126:35:01 CMP
SCS, LOGIC P0WER 2/3, ON, panel 7.

126:35:09 CC
That's affirm. Back to panel 2: RCS COMMAND, ON.

126:35:20 CMP

126:35:25 CC
That's correct. Now the command module RCS check per step 4 of page E/2-l.

126:35:44 CMP
Okay. Perform the command module RCS check per step 4, page 2-1.

126:35:49 CC
That's correct. Okay, at this point, we want to lock the rotation hand controllers.

126:36:09 CMP
Okay. After that, lock both rotation hand controllers.

126:36:14 CC
That's affirm. On panel 8: SEQUENTIAL, PYRO ARM, two to ARM.

126:36:37 CMP
Okay. Panel 8: set PYRO ARM, two, to ARM. Do I get a MSFN GO for that?

126:36:43 CC
That's negative, Jack. We haven't powered up any of the downlink at this time. You'll be doing this and the command module RCS pressurization both by yourself.

126:36:57 CMP

126:37:00 CC
Okay. Now, the next event is going to be the separation of the service module, and these are some LM steps, but so that you will know what is going on, I'll read them to you. The LM will do a LM plus-X of one-half foot per second. Then you'll be hitting the CM SM SEP on and up, on their command. As soon as we are free of the service module, the LM will do another LM minus-X for 0.5 feet per second. This is called the push-pull maneuver. I think it was described this afternoon.

126:37:46 CMP
Yes, Ken. It was, I heard about it.

126:37:49 CC
Okay. I just wanted you to know that's the sequence you're in. Okay. At the completion of that, we go back to panel 8, and it's SEQUENTIAL, PYRO ARM, both of them, to SAFE.

126:38:16 CMP
Okay. Panel 8: SEQ PYRO ARM, two, to SAFE.

126:38:28 CC
Okay. And following this, we take SEQUENTIAL, LOGIC, two, to 0FF.

126:38:43 CMP
Okay. LOGIC, two, to 0FF.

126:38:48 CC
I'm sorry. Jack. I'll have to ask you to repeat that.

126:38:58 CMP
Okay. Panel 8: SEQ LOGIC, two, to OFF. Are they ON now. Ken? I don't remember turning them - I guess that's part of one of the other sequences, huh? That we turned them ON?

126:39:08 CC
That's affirm. The reason we're turning the logic off, Jack, is a power savings. So we'll be turning them off, and I'll ge getting them back on when we go to get off of the LM; and then turn them back off, then we'll be turning them on prior to entry. Just so you know what's coming.

126:39:25 CMP
Okay, real fine.

126:39:28 CC
Okay. Then following this, the LM will pitch up to acquire the Moon - Excuse me, they're going to pitch up and acquire the service module and photograph, and they'll be using the ACA for rotations from now on. And you may see the LM out of window number 5 at the same time they pitch up to acquire it.

126:40:02 CMP
Okay. The LM pitches up, acquires the service module and photograph;? it, and I should expect to find - might possibly see the service module out of window 5. 05 06 40 12 CO That's affirmative. Okay, now we're down to EI minus 3 hours, or the next time-event, and the LM starts a maneuver to what we call the Moon-view attitude. This maneuver is designed to place the command module optics pointing with zero zero at the Moon, and it will be flown to on the LM ball angle.

126:40:57 CMP
Okay, the LM maneuvers to the Moon-viewing atti- tude which would place the Moon in the center of the command module optics with them at zero zero.

126:41:08 CC
That's affirmative. Okay, now we're going to panel 5, and it's circuit breaker G&N, COMPUTER, MAIN B, closed.

126:41:21 CMP
Okay. Panel 5: CB G&N, COMPUTER, MAIN B, closed.

126:41:35 CC
That's affirmative. Now you're going to come up with a 37 ENTER 06 ENTER most likely on the computer. And what we want to do is to put the computer to standby; if yon come up with a 37 06, you'll have to do an ENTER in order to get the code 62. If it's got 62 on it, you can do a PROCEED until the DSKY blanks. You might remember that the AC is still off at this time so you won't be getting the STANDBY status light, and your cue that the computer is indeed in standby is when the DSKY goes blank.

126:42:16 CMP
Okay. You're saying that I will probably get a PROGRAM 06 with a VERB 37 ENTER flashing.

126:42:27 CC
I expect that you - -

126:42:28 CMP

126:42:29 CC
I expect you are - -

126:42:30 CMP
Say again. Ken.

126:42:32 CC
Yes. We think that you're going to come up with a 37 06 already on the DSKY. If you do, do an ENTER and that should take you to the code 00062, which is the request for standby. And when you get that, hit PROCEED until the DSKY blanks. If you come up with something else, that's where we want to end up anyhow. With either, when you get the code 62 when it comes up, just do a PROCEED on it.

126:43:05 CMP
Okay. Is there anything else I could get?

126:43:12 CC
I don't believe so. Jack. That's one that when you get to that step, if you do get something else, we will be standing by to see ths.t you see. The whole scheme is to go to standby.

126:43:23 CMP
Will you be getting it on downlink?

126:43:25 CC
No, sir. We don't have that powered up yet.

126:43:29 CMP
Okay. I'll yell to Jim, and Jim will give you a call.

126:43:33 CC
Okay. The basic thing. Jack, is just to get the computer in standby to save power.

126:43:40 CMP

126:43:41 CC
And we need another battery B readout.

126:43:56 CMP
Okay. He is on his way. Go ahead.

126:43:58 CC
Okay. Now, we're at EI minus 2 plus 30; we're going to panel 5: circuit breaker ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENTATION, MAIN A, closed.

126:44:20 CMP

126:44:25 CC
That's correct. Now circuit breaker G&N, IMU HEATER, MAIN A, closed.

126:44:42 CMP

126:44:47 CC
That's correct. CB LM POWER-1 and -2, open.

126:45:01 CMP
CB LM POMER-l and -2, open.

126:45:05 CC
That's correct. CB G&N, COMPUTER, MAIN A, closed.

126:45:22 CMP

126:45:26 CC
Okay, Jack. And that's correct. I got it out of sequence. Would you put that COMPUTER, MAIN A, ahead of LM POWER?

126:45:51 CMP
Okay, Ken. That's CB G&N, COMPUTER, MAIN A, closed, goes before CB LM POWER-l and -2, open.

126:45:59 CC
That's correct. Jack, what we're doing is we've had the LM powering MAIN B, and we've had all these particular loads on it, and we're getting ready to secure LM power so we wanted to make sure that essential things like the computer, the platform, and all have dioded power supplies before we remove the LM power.

126:46:19 CMP
Okay. Sounds good. Volts, 39.1; amps, 1.3.

126:46:28 CC
Okay. Thank you. All right, now panel 275: circuit breaker MAIN B, BATTERY BUS B, closed.

126:46:48 CMP
Panel 275: CB MAIN B, BAT BUS B, closed.

126:46:53 CC
That's correct. Circuit breaker INVERTER POWER 1, 2, and 3, closed.

126:47:08 CMP
CB INVERTER POWER 1, 2, and 3, closed.

126:47:13 CC
That's correct. On panel 5: circuit breaker BATTERY RELAY BUS, BATTERY A and B, closed.

126:47:33 CMP
CB BAT RELAY BUS, BAT A and B, closed.

126:47:38 CC
That's correct. Circuit breaker INVERTER CONTROL 1, 2, and 3, closed.

126:47:54 CMP
CB INVERTER CONTROL 1, 2, and 3, closed.

126:48:00 CC
That's correct. On panel 3: AC INVERTER 1, MAIN A.

126:48:13 CMP
Okay. Panel 3: AC INVERTER 1 to MAIN A.

126:48:19 CC
That's correct. Now, AC INVERTER 1, AC BUS l, ON.

126:48:38 CMP
Okay. AC INVERTER l to AC BUS 1 to ON.

126:48:45 CC
That's correct. And we're going to also put AC INVERTER 1, AC BUS 2, ON.

126:49:04 CMP
Okay. AC INVERTER 1 to AC BUS 2, 0N.

126:49:09 CC
That's correct. Back to panel 5. Circuit breaker EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, AC 1 and 2, closed.

126:49:27 CMP
Stand by, Ken. I'm going to switch OMNIs here. You got cut out.

126:49:30 CC

126:49:37 CMP
Okay. Could you repeat that, please?

126:49:38 CC
Okay. On panel 5: circuit breakers EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, AC 1 and 2, closed.

126:49:56 CMP
Okay. CB EPS SENSOR SIGNAL, AC 1 and AC 2, closed.

126:50:04 CC
That's correct. Circuit breaker EPS SENSOR UNIT, AC 1 and 2, closed.

126:50:21 CMP
Okay. CBS - CB EPS SENSOR UNIT, AC 1 and AC 2, closed.

126:50:29 CC
That's correct. And circuit breaker CAUTION/ WARNING, MAIN A, closed.

126:50:41 CMP

126:50:45 CC
That's correct. On panel 3: AC INVERTER, AC BUS 1 and 2, RESET and back to the center.

126:51:09 CMP
AC INVERTER, BUS 1 and 2, RESET then center.

126:51:15 CC
That's correct. On panel 225: circuit breaker FLIGHT BUS, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:51:35 CMP
Okay, panel - Okay, CB FLIGHT BUS, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:51:47 CC
That's correct. CB CTE, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:52:05 CMP
CB CTE, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:52:10 CC
That's correct. On panel 4: TELCOM, GROUP 1, ACl.

126:52:23 CMP

126:52:27 CC
And TELCOM, GROUP 2, to AC2.

126:52:38 CMP

126:52:41 CC
That's correct. On panel 3: S-BAND NORMAL, TRANSPONDER, to PRIMARY.

126:52:56 CMP

126:53:00 CC
That's correct. We want to take POWER, SCE, to NORMAL.

126:53:12 CMP

126:53:14 CC
All right, and POWER, PMP, to NORMAL.

126:53:24 CMP

126:53:27 CC
That's correct, and UP TELEMETRY, COMMAND RESET to RESET and then NORMAL.

126:53:47 CMP

126:53:51 CC
Okay. On panel 2: UP TELEMETRY, CMC, to ACCEPT.

126:54:05 CMP

126:54:09 CC
On panel 275: circuit breaker FLIGHT/POSTLANDING, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:54:26 CMP
A panel 275: CB FLIGHT/POSTLANDING, MAIN A and MAIN B, close.

126:54:33 CC
That's correct- And configure for COMM on panels 6, 9, and 10.

126:54:51 CMP

126:55:04 CMP
Okay, are you with me?

126:55:06 CC
All right. I assume you got that. Panel 5: circuit breaker IMU, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:55:23 CMP
CB IMU, MAIN A and MAIN B, close.

126:55:28 CC
That's correct. Circuit breaker OPTICS, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

126:55:41 CMP
Okay. CB OPTICS, MAIN A and MAIN B, close.

126:55:46 CC
That's correct. CB G&N, POWER, ACl and AC2, closed.

126:56:01 CMP
CB G&N, POWER, ACl and AC2, close.

126:56:06 CC
That's correct, and the G&N POWER switch to AC2.

126:56:18 CMP
Okay, G&N POWER switch to AC2.

126:56:22 CC
That's correct. Now we want to perform the CMC powerup per the CSM G&C checklist, C 2-2.

126:56:44 CMP
Perform CMC powerup per the G&C checklist, page 2-2.

126:56:50 CC
That's correct. Perform the EMS check, step 32 of the entry book, page 1-4.

126:57:16 CMP
Okay. Perform the EMS check per step 32 per the entry checklist. Page 1-4.

126:57:26 CC
That's correct. Okay, now the ground is going to give you a P27 update, at EI minus 2 plus 15. That's a - that's a time that you need to be configured to accept up telemetry. And what they're going to give you on a P27 update will by a clock increment, a state vector; they'll give you a VERB 66; they'll give you two REFSMMATs, there'll be an actual find a preferred; and the entry target load. Now, if you'd like to copy those, I can take it a little slower.

126:58:13 CMP
No, I've got them. They are going to give me a clock DELTA, state vector, VERB 66, two REFSMMATs, and an entry target load.

126:58:20 CC
That's correct. Okay, and then we'll do - -

126:58:24 CMP
There isn't much else they could give me, is there, Ken?

126:58:28 CC
No, not very much. How about IMU powerup according to the G&C checklist, G/2-1.

126:58:50 CMP
Okay. Perform IMU powerup per G&C checklist, page 2-1.

126:58:58 CC
That's correct. And while you are there, you can do the optics powerup on G/2-3.

126:59:21 CMP
Perform the optics powerup per page 2-3.

126:59:25 CC
That's correct; and on panel 229: circuit breaker TIMERS, MAIN A, closed.

126:59:46 CMP
Okay. Panel 229: CB TIMER, MAIN A, closed.

126:59:52 CC
That's correct. And the next thing you will do will be to set the mission timer and what we've done is to only turn on the mission timer on the MDC And you'll probably have to wait here until they get through with the uplink so you can have the computer.

127:00:10 CMP
Okay. Set it from the CMC, huh?

127:00:13 CC
That's affirm. Okay. Now, we are getting ready to start the alinement sequence, and are you familiar with the general sequence of events we're going to use. Jack?

127:00:29 CMP
How do you mean? We are going to make an alinement on the Moon and on the Sun; other than that - I didn't get any - I wasn't on the headset when the general information was passed up, so if there was any more than that, I didn't get it.

127:00:45 CC
Okay. Basically. that is correct. Let me just run through it hand-waving-type for a minute, and then I'll read you the steps. I think it will make more sense. The scheme is that the LM can fly to a set of ball angles that will point your optics at the Moon. Now, at any time, in any attitude that we happen to be at, if you can look in the telescope and recognize star patterns sufficient that you believe you can make an alinement all on your own, that's the place we'd like to break off and let you go ahead and take over with your own alinement. However, we are giving you a procedure which will give you things we know you can see in the telescope without worrying about any reflections or anything of that nature, and it's not intended that this procedure has to be followed past the point where you know you've got good definition of star patterns in your telescope. If you need to go on, we'll maneuver, take a look at the Moon, we'll take a mark there, and then we'll maneuver with the LM/FDAI angles again and take a look at the Sun, and get yourself another mark on the Sun and that will complete the alinement. Now, the alinement scheme is that we are going to give you a set of angles that you can coarse aline the ball through when the LM is pointing you at the Moon. Now, this set of angles will agree with the REFSMMAT that you have in as a nominal REFSMMAT in you CMC. You can coarse aline to that, set a drift flag and REFSMMAT flag, and you'll have a good platform and we'll be within a couple of degrees of a good alinement. And, if we have to, we could break off at this point and go ahead with an entry; however, in an attempt- to get a good platform, we are going to have you then do a P52 option 1, and what you are going :c find in the option 1 slots in the entry REFSMMAT. You'll come up with the NOUN 22 values, and we intend to go ahead and coarse aline the ball to the entry REFSMMAT attitude, and then we'll go ahead and take marks through a normal P52 sequence. So that's the general scheme that we are going to use. If you think you have a handle on that, I will go ahead and read you the steps.

127:03:11 CMP
Okay. Well, let me ask a question. The LM maneuvers to a set of Moon-viewing angles. Okay, at this time, I am going to do a P52, is that right? With the planet option?

127:03:29 CC
The first thing we are going to do is to coarse aline the platform and get it inertial, based on the REFSMMAT that you have in the present slot inside the CMC. We'll then go - and do a P52, option 4 - Correction, option 1.

127:03:48 CMP
Okay - That's after the LM gets established at the attitude. Jim says I'm here at the Moon- viewing attitude, I do a VERB 41 NOUN 20 to the set of angles that you're going to give me in the pad.

127:04:00 CC
That's affirmative - -.

127:04:01 CMP
And then 1 enter the P52.

127:04:03 CC
That's correct.

127:04:04 CMP
Okay. Then I enter the P52 and that's an option 3, right?

127:04:11 CC
The P52 will be done as an option 1. The only reason you have the other REFSMMAT inside the computer is that in order to set the REFSMMAT flag, you need some relative orientation.

127:04:22 CMP
Okay. I see. I do a P52 option 1, and when do I set the REFSMMAT flag and the drift flag?

127:04:33 CC
That will be before entering P52. I am going to give you this procedure in detail.

127:04:38 CMP
Okay. All right. Let's go at it. Maybe it'll all fall out and I won't have any questions. Go ahead.

127:04:45 CC
Okay. I'm ready to start reading again. We start with a VERB 41 NOUN 20.

127:05:08 CMP
Okay. When the LM is in the Moon-viewing attitude, I do a VERB 41 NOUN 20, ENTER.

127:05:14 CC
That's right. And you'll put in the attitudes that you'll get from one of the pads, and this will be for the coarse aline angles when the LM is at the Moon-viewing attitude. Then when they're all squared away, I tell you they have the right attitude; we then pick up again with a VERB 40 NOUN 20, ENTER.

127:05:45 CMP
Okay. VERB 40 NOUN 20, ENTER when Moon is - the LM is satisfied that they're at the Moon-viewing attitude.

127:05:53 CC
That's correct. Now we're going to set the REFSMMAT and drift flags according to the G&C checklist, page G/7-1, steps 3 and 4.

127:06:15 CMP
Okay. Set the REFSMMAT flag for G&C 7-1, steps 3 and 4.

127:06:20 CC
That's correct. Now VERB 37, ENTER; 52, ENTER; option 1.

127:06:33 CMP
VERB 37, ENTER; 52, ENTER; option 1.

127:06:36 CC
That's correct. And we'll do the coarse aline.

127:06:49 CMP
Okay. Perform the coarse aline function.

127:06:53 CC
Okay. Now when it gets back to the mark routines, we want to take a mark on the Moon.

127:07:06 CMP
Okay. Mark on the Moon with the crosshairs in the center. Is that right?

127:07:10 CC
That's affirmative. Okay. When that's complete, the LM will maneuver to the Sun-viewing angle for attitude. And when they get there, you take a mark on the Sun using the Sun filter and the telescope; and, again, we're marking on the center.

127:07:39 CMP
Okay. Now, let me ask you a question. Is the first mark on the Moon made with the - are all these made with the telescope and not the sextant?

127:07:49 CC
If - I'm not sure right offhand what the angular size of the Moon is. Jack. If you can get it in the sextant, that's the best thing to do, but you may have to go into the telescope in order to define the center. Either one's acceptable.

127:08:04 CMP
Okay. If I can define the center through the sextant, do it that way. And if I can't, use the telescope.

127:08:10 CC
That's affirmed. We know you're going to usw the telescope on the Sun.

127:08:23 CC
Okay. You ready to press on?

127:08:29 CMP
I'm ready.

127:08:30 CC
Okay. Just reminded we owe somebody a BAT B voltage.

127:08:37 CMP
Okay, another volts and amps coming up.

127:08:40 CC
All right. Thank you. And this left us in P52 with two marks, and we'll go ahead and torque the NOUN 93s.

127:09:03 CMP
Okay. ... torque the NOUN 93s, after the two marks.

127:09:08 CC
Okay. So that gives us a good platform. Now the LM will maneuver to the jettison attitude, and the only thing of significance here is that you want to watch to make sure that the path they choose to go to the jettison attitude avoids girnbal lock on your own platform.

127:09:38 CMP
Okay. The LM maneuvers to the jettison attitude and I just monitor the maneuver and yell at Jim if he gets near a gimbal lock.

127:09:46 CC
That's affirmed. Okay, and then the LM will to a MAX deadband attitude hold in the jettison attitude.

127:10:04 CMP
Okay. The LM goes to MAX deadband attitude hold.

127:10:09 CC
Okay. Now we're ready to go back to work. The next thing we'll do is to continue to powerup procedures. Do you have any further questions on that alinement, Jack?

127:10:18 CMP
No. No. I think - I think it's all self-explanatory now.

127:10:23 CC
Okay. The one thing that everybody would like for you to understand is we certainly don't insist on using the Moon and the Earth; if you find yon have good stars, why use them. However, this alinement is more than adequate to give us a good guided entry.

127:10:40 CMP
Okay. If I get a set of good stars, do I start right out to a basic P51 and a P52 option 1?

127:10:50 CC
That's affirmative.

127:10:53 CMP

127:10:55 CC
Okay. Now, we're ready to go to work on panel 275. And it starts with a circuit breaker MAIN A- -

127:11:01 CMP
Wait - wait just a minute. Wait just a minute. I owe you some volts and amps.

127:11:06 CC
Okay. All right.

127:11:09 CMP
Okay. Volts are 39.4, amps, 1.25.

127:11:15 CC
Okay. I thought maybe your meter was stuck before.

127:11:20 CMP
No (laughter).

127:11:24 CC
All right. You ready to go back to 275? Have a circuit breaker MAIN A, BAT BUS A, closed.

127:11:42 CMP
CB MAIN A, BAT BUS A, closed.

127:11:45 CC
That's correct. And circuit breaker MAIN B, BAT C, closed.

127:11:57 CMP
CB MAIN Baker, BAT Charlie, closed.

127:12:00 CC
Okay. That's correct. Now we're up to EI minus l plus 30. And at this time, we're going to proceed with the closeout and hatch installa- tion.

127:12:30 CMP
Okay. Closeout and hatch installation at EI minus 01:30.

127:12:35 CC
That's right. Jack, and we're going to close the IM hatch, and we'll make the dump valve in the LM hatch closed.

127:12:51 CMP
Understand you're going to close the dump valve now on the LM hatch, right?

127:12:56 CC
That's correct.

127:12:57 CMP
Okay. This is a change from what we had under- stood previously.

127:13:01 CC
That's correct.

127:13:03 CMP
I'm - Personally, I'm happy to see it, but that's good.

127:13:06 CC
Okay. That's one vote on your side. Okay; and we're going to go ahead and do the - use the deal to perform the hatch installation, and we'll start on the hatch integrity check.

127:13:39 CMP
Okay. Per the decal, perform the hatch installation and start on the hatch integrity check.

127:13:49 CC
That's correct.

127:13:53 CMP
Okay, Ken. One thing I think that - I don't know whether anybody the decal don't take into account the fact that we still have the umbilicals connected. At what point in time should they be removed?

127:14:10 CC
Okay, Jack. That doesn't matter. We're going to be separating the tunnel upstream of those umbilicals, and you can leave them right there.

127:14:24 CMP
Okay. Does it make any difference if we disengage - the LM - We have pulled the circuit breakers LM POWER-l and -2, so if we choose to disconnect these umbilicals, there's no harm, right?

127:14:41 CC
That's right. No sweat. John Aaron's just saying that they may be hot. He's checking on it, so how about holding a decision on that and let me come back to you?

127:14:54 CMP

127:14:59 CC
Okay. And let me tell you what we're going to do since we told you a different story this afternoon on this tunnel. We're actually going to vent the tunnel down so that we end up with about 1-1/2 to 2 psi absolute in the tunnel. And this will give us a DELTA-P of 3. So we'll do our hatch integrity check at the same time we're venting the tunnel down.

127:15:24 CMP
Okay. It sounds good.

127:15:26 CC
Okay. Now let me give you some plumbing switches here. Let's take the SURGE TANK OXYGEN valve to ON.

127:15:45 CMP

127:15:48 CC
All right. Take the MAIN REGs, two, OPEN.

127:15:59 CMP
MAIN REGs, two, to OPEN.

127:16:02 CC
Okay. And the WATER AND GLYCOL TANK PRESSURE, the PRESSURE valve and the RELIEF valve to BOTH.

127:16:20 CMP

127:16:26 CC
That's correct. And EMERGENCY CABIN PRESSURE valve to BOTH.

127:16:40 CMP

127:16:43 CC
That's correct; and the SUIT DEMAND REGs to BOTH.

127:16:55 CMP

127:16:58 CC
That's correct. Okay, now we're going to panel 5: circuit breaker ECS TRANSDUCERS, PRESSURE GROUP l and 2, MAIN A and MAIN B. That's four circuit breakers, closed.

127:17:26 CMP
ECS TRANSDUCERS, GROUP 1 and 2, MAIN A and MAIN B, four, to close.

127:17:32 CC
That's correct. Okay, now. Circuit breaker ECS TRANSDUCER, TEMPERATURE, MAIN A and MAIN B, that's two of them, closed.

127:17:51 CMP

127:17:57 CC
That's correct. On panel 4: PRIMARY ECS GLYCOL PUMPS, one, to AC 1.

127:18:13 CMP
Primary ECS GLYCOL PUMPS to 1, ACl.

127:18:17 CC
That's correct. Okay, then we'll finish going back to the tunnel vent, and verify the LM/CM DELTA-P and make sure it's been holding pres- sure. And we'll come back again and rehash all of the hatch integrity check and tunnel vent procedures with you. The next thing I want to read off is the EI minus 1 plus 20. We'll go to panel 7: EMAG number 1 POWER to WARM UP.

127:19:11 CMP
BMAG number 1 POWER to WARM UP.

127:19:15 CC
That's correct. Then at EI minus 1 plus 10, we'll perform SCS powerup per checklist, page G/2-4.

127:19:35 CMP
Okay. Perform SCS powerup per G&C checklist, page 2-4.

127:19:42 CC
That's correct. Okay, on panel 4- SU;lT COMPRES- SOR NUMBER 2 to ACl.

127:19:58 CMP

127:20:01 CC
That's correct. SPACECRAFT CONTROL to SCS.

127:20:20 CMP

127:20:23 CC
Okay. Arid your MANUAjj ATTITUDE switches, as you desire. We're coming up on jettison of the LM, so that's just like separation.

127:20:42 CMP

127:20:44 CC
Okay. And we'll do a GDC aline.

127:21:01 CMP
Okay. Perform a GDC aline.

127:21:03 CC

127:21:29 CMP
Okay. These are circuit breakers, ROTATION CONTROL POWER, DIRECT, 1 and 2, MAIN A and MAIN B, closed.

127:21:42 CC
Okay, Jack. I was thinking switch. Let me verify that's a circuit breaker, too. I think we have to get both of them.

127:21:52 CMP
Okay, there's those four circuit breakers over there, Ken. When you said panel 8, that's what I thought you were talking about. I don't think the circuit breakers are out right now, but why don't we just put - verify the circuit breakers and put the switches to MAIN A/MAIN B.

127:22:17 CC
Okay, that's correct, Jack. Okay, at EI minus 1 hour, we're going to be doing the LM jettison; so just prior to that, we want to do a P47.

127:22:47 CMP
Okay, say at about 1 minute prior to LM jettison, huh?

127:22:55 CC
Yes, justt something that's comfortable for you.

127:23:07 CMP

127:23:08 CC
All right, after we've done that, we want to get panel 8 SEQUENTIAL, PYR0 ARM, two of them, ON.

127:23:25 CMP
Okay. I get a GO from MSFN for this?

127:23:32 CC
Okay, John says we can watch it.

127:23:43 CMP

127:23:44 CC
All right; the next thing is CSM/LM FINAL SEP, two of them, ON, up.

127:23:59 CMP

127:24:02 CC
That's correct. Now we're going back to panel 8, and it's SEQUENTIAL, PYR0 ARM, two of them, to SAFE.

127:24:28 CMP
Okay. SEQ PYR0 ARM, two, to SAFE.

127:24:31 CC
That's correct, and go back to P00.

127:24:42 CMP
Okay. Go to P00.

127:24:44 CC
All right. And now it's time to configure for single ring RCS.

127:25:00 CMP
Okay. Configure for single ring RCS.

127:25:03 CC
That's, right and since you're still an hour use MINIMUM IMPULSE or something like that rather than the DAP, at least not until you get closer down. We'll have the DAP loads for you later.

127:25:25 CMP
... - -

127:25:26 CC
Okay. And as soon you've gotten yourself all set up with a good control mode, you want to maneuver to the entry attitude.

127:25:45 CMP
Maneuver to entry attitude per the pad.

127:25:47 CC
That's correct. And we show EI minus 55, wchich really means when you get to the entry attitude, we have a sextant star check for you. And that will be on the pad.

127:26:11 CMP
Okay. Perform a sextant star check.

127:26:14 CC
Okay. And I want to remind you to park the optics at 90 degress of shaft.

127:26:29 CMP
Okay. Say again why, Ken. I didn't understand that.

127:26:31 CC
Okay, this is just a precaution, Jack. If w park the optics with a 90-degree shaft angle, that will line up the slit's so it gives you the best airflow over that part of the heat shield and avoids a hot spot. If you don't remember ist, I don't think it makes much difference. It's just good procedure.

127:26:55 CC
Okay. And after you've got it parked wherever you want it, well, turn the OPTICS POWER OFF and stow the optics.

127:26:61 CMP

127:27:14 CMP
Okay. OPTICS POWER, OFF; stow the optics.

127:27:17 CC
Okay, that's good. Okay. The next thing we'll do is to initialize the EMS and that's on entry checklist page 2-1, step number 2.

127:27:40 CMP
Okay, perform EMS initialization per entry checklust page 2-1, step 2.

127:27:46 CC
Okay, that's correct. Now we're coming up in EI minus 45 minutes, and we'll give you an entry pad and a final state vector.

127:28:12 CMP
Okay, at minus 45, entry pad and fina state vector from MSFN.

127:28:17 CC
Okay. Now we're going to perform what we call the Moon check. Rather than into detail, if you already know what we're doing just say so; otherwise, I'll describe the use of the Moon-attitude set.

127:28:38 CMP
Maybe you better describe it.

127:28:41 CC
Okay, Jack. You remember everybody in the past has commented on seeing Moonset just a couple minutes prior to EI, and your horizon will probably be dark at the time that you get there; you're having an early morning entry; and coming in from the west, you'll still be looking at a dark horizon. So, just as a backup technique, just like you would track the horizon, we're going to give you an attitude which will be on the pad so that you can look directly at the Moon. This is an inertial attitude; it won't be changing, and you'll put the 36-degree window line on the Moon, and then just sit there and watch it. And just prior to EI, the Earth will come up and occult it, and you will then have a good horizon check. And I have some times, and I'll give you that later. And if you just look at this thing now, at that point you can set the GDC or whatever you desire. And you will have a known attitude reference. It's just like a horizon check.

127:29:47 CMP
Okay, I maneuver to the Moon check attitude; at which time I put the 36 window line on the Moon, and just prior to EI, the Earth will occult the Moon.

127:30:03 CC
That's correct. And that corresponds to the same inertial attitude that you'd have on the back of your entry card where it shows the horizon attitude several minutes prior to EI; it's the same thing.

127:30:21 CMP
Yes, that's that one at 17 minutes prior. Okay.

127:30:24 CC
Okay, and we're just getting it in a little closer. Okay, the next item on the check - checklist here is an EI minus 40; we're going to panel 7, and it's BMAG NUMBER 2 POWER to WARM UP.

127:30:49 CMP
Okay, panel 7: BMAG NUMBER 2 POWER to WARM UP.

127:30:52 CC
That's correct. Now, I'd like to verify the SURGE TANK and REPRESS PACKAGES are ON.

127:31:13 CMP

127:31:16 CC
That's correct. On panel 5: circuit breaker ENVIRONMENTAL - CONTROL SYSTEM; WASTE WATER/ URINE DUMP HEATER, two of them, closed.

127:31:44 CMP
Panel 5; CB ECS, WASTE H20/URINE DUMP HEATERS, two, to close.

127:31:51 CC
That's correct. SUIT COMPRESSOR number 2 to OFF.

127:32:07 CMP

127:32:09 CC
That's right, Jack, and what this - what we're planning to do in order to conserve power is we're going to run the suit compressor from an hour to this point at minus 40. And we'll be watching the PCO2; if -hat thing's working, we'll turn it off at the earliest time that we have a good cabin, and then we'll just leave ii, off And in the event that the PCO2 gage isn't working Properly or something like that, well, we'll just go ahead and run it for this time frame.

127:32:40 CMP
ckay, that sounds good. 05 07 32 43 cc All right. Now we're at EI minus 30. SEQUENTIAL, LOGIC, that's two of them, to 0N, up.

127:32:57 CMP
EI minus 30; SEQ, LOGIC, two, ON.

127:33:01 CC
okay, in panel 7: the BMAG number 2 POWER to ON.

127:33:13 CMP
okay, we - you only gave that 10 minutes for the warmup, huh?

127:33:18 CC
That's okay.

127:33:20 CMP

127:33:22 CC
An right, and FDAI POWER to BOTH.

127:33:33 CMP

127:33:36 CC
Okay. And we want to activate the primary evaporator.

127:33:54 CMP
Okay, activate the primary evaporator. All this time, Ken, what've we been getting our cooling? Right now, I think we have the radiators at PULL TO BYPASS.

127:34:03 CC
That's correct. We started out that way, and we turned the glycol pumps on, and we're just circulating it internally. And we're counting on the command module being a heat sink; it's pretty cold soaked, and it looks like this is good enough. You got some relatively low heat loads - -

127:34:20 CMP

127:34:21 CC
- - and we'll keep watching the temps, and if we need it, why we'll start the evaporator early.

127:34:27 CMP
Okay, that sounds good.

127:34:29 CC
Do you believe it's cold up there?

127:34:33 CMP
Yes, and we used to call the command module the bedroom and it's now the refrigerator.

127:34:38 CC
Okay, just don't call it the reefer. Okay. At about EI minus 19, we get back into the standard entry checklist on page 2-2, where it starts with P6l.

127:35:04 CMP
Okay, at EI minus 19, we get back into the entry checklist at page 2-2, where we start entering P61.

127:35:14 CC
Okay, Jack. Now that's the - those are the time-line notes I had for you. I hate to tell you this, but I also have a couple of corrections to make to the entry checklist. They aren't corrections, they just are pieces of the entry checklist which will correspond to what I've written - already read to you. And I'm ready to to on that whenever you are. And Vance tells me you can get into the descent water for drinking now.

127:35:42 CMP
We can get into the descent water for drinking, huh?

127:35:45 CC

127:35:47 CMP
Sounds good.

127:35:48 CC
Hey, goto it.

127:35:54 CMP
Jim would like to know whether the descent water will be good until LM jettison?

127:36:19 CC
Okay, Jack. Looks like we're going to go on the ascent, tanks at 128:30. And it looks like - -

127:36:29 CMP
Okay, understand. We are going - -

127:36:30 CC
- - you have plenty of water. I'm sorry we cut each other out; say again.

127:36:34 CMP
Okay, yes. I was going to say, understand we're going to go on the ascent tanks at 128:30.

127:36:40 CC
That's right; based on the current rate, that's what they predict and you can go ahead and drink the water. No sweat.

127:36:48 CMP
Okay, real fine. And I've got the entry checklist out and I'm ready to copy; just give me the page.

127:36:54 CC
Okay. Jack, you're starting to sound like an LMP.

127:37:04 CMP
I think I'm probably the only CMP that's ever witnessed an - a LM burn from inside the LM in - in space flight.

127:37:14 CC
(Laughter) I hope it stays that way. Okay, Jack, we're starting on page 1-1.

127:37:21 CMP
Go ahead.

127:37:23 CC
Okay, down in the middle of the page on line 9, we're just going to strike out the "Activate VHF for COMM checks," and line 10, "Verify the DSE." We're going to leave the DSE OFF, and that's to save power, as is the VHF activation.

127:37:42 CMP

127:37:45 CC
Okay, on page 1-2. At minus 2 hours, there's a title "Logic sequence" check; and we're deleting that entire sequence; that's included in what I read up to you.

127:38:03 CMP
Okay, delete the logic sequence check at minus 2 hours there.

127:38:09 CC
That's correct. And delete lines 23, 24, and 25. That means a maneuver to SUPERCIRC entry attitude. Everything below that is deleted.

127:38:33 CC
Okay. Delete lines 23 through 28.

127:38:38 CC
That's correct. You got ahead of me. All right, on line 29 on page 1-3, we're going to put in a time of minus 00:55. That's the time we gave you for the boresight check.

127:38:55 CMP
Okay - -

127:38:56 CC
That's your sextant check, really.

127:39:05 CMP
Got that.

127:39:06 CC
Okay, on the top of page l-4; where it said "l hour and 15 minutes" next to line 32, we're going to change that to "Minus 2 hours and 30 minutes."

127:39:22 CMP
Okay, minus 02:30 opposite item 32.

127:39:25 CC
Okay, down at the bottom of the EMS entry check right there where we are, the bottom line now reads, "EMS MODE to STANDBY." Well, just above that - like to remind you to put a remark, "Do not initialize the range to go." This is because you're going to come into the EMS entry check, you're going to run through all these things; then we're going to remove power from the EMS. And just didn't want you to get ahead of yourself and initialize the entry parameters, because you'll lose them when we power up.

127:39:59 CMP

127:40:00 CC
And, after we go EMS MODE to STANDBY, like for you to add "Circuit breaker EMS, two, to open."

127:40:19 CMP
Okay, "CB EMS, two, to open."

127:40:21 CC
That's correct. And we want to delete this "Set up camera" that's listed on the bottom of the page. We're deleting that for power reasons. That's line 33 Alfa.

127:40:34 CMP
Okay, we're way ahead of you- We already got it stowed.

127:40:39 CC
Okay. On the top of the next page where it says "Secondary water EVAP," just keep in mind we don't plan to use the secondary evaporators un- less the primary fails. On line 35 on page 1-5, next to "Command module RCS preheat," the time is now "Minus 06:30."

127:41:14 CMP
Okay, "minus 06:30," and the voltage reading 3.9 still is good, right?

127:41:21 CC
Okay, very good. Under "Final stowage," the first thing that's lisced on line 36, Page 1-5, is "Optics." And if you want to get started on your stowage, we'd like to leave the optics out, because we'll have the star check coming up quite a bit after this. The rest of that stuff can be taken care of at your convenience.

127:41:47 CMP

127:41:48 CC
All right, still on page 1-5, line 37; the time is now "Minus 06:10."

127:42:03 CMP
Got that.

127:42:05 CC
Okay, and this is one time it looks like we might actually do the preheat, so that's the reason we want to make sure that we know that not more than 20 minutes of time on the preheat. We may not be able to watch it at that time because you aren't powered up.

127:42:34 CMP
Okay. Either 20 minutes or until 3.9 volts DC.

127:42:38 CC
That's correct, Jack. And now let's go to page 1-6. And about one-third of the way down, it shows "Panel 275 CB MAIN A, BAT C, closed," we want to strike off that line, the next two lines, and we're going to strike out "MAIN A, BAT C, closed; MAIN B, BAT C, closed; and DC INDICATOR, MAIN B."

127:43:11 CMP
Okay. After that step on panel 275, strike out "CB MAIN A, BAT C; CB MAIN B, BAT C; and DC INDICATORS to MAIN B."

127:43:22 CC
That's correct. Now under panel 8, it tells you to "Close all circuit breakers EXCEPT," and I have four additions. The first one is CB SERVICE MODULE RCS HEATERS, QUAD Charlie, MAIN B, open.

127:43:50 CMP

127:43:55 CC
Okay. And the same thing for SERVICE MODULE RCS HEATERS, QUAD Delta, MAIN A, open.

127:44:11 CMP

127:44:15 CC
That's correct. And Circuit breaker EMS, that's two of them, open.

127:44:34 CMP
CB EMS, two, to open.

127:44:36 CC
All right. And the last is the circuit breakers for SPS GAGING, four of them, open.

127:44:54 CMP
SPS GAGING, four to open.

127:44:58 CC
Okay. And how about our readout on the battery and that charger?

127:45:05 CMP
Okay, BAT's at volts and amps.

127:45:09 CC
That's affirmed. And let's go back to page l-6, line 41. Let's put in a time "Minus 04:40."

127:45:20 CMP
Minus 04:40.

127:45:22 CC
That's correct. On page 2-1, line number 2, put in a time of "Minus 55 minutes."

127:45:44 CMP
Okay, minus 55 minutes.

127:45:47 CC
Okay. And the first thing you want to do under "EMS initialization," is circuit breakers EMS, that's two of them, to close.

127:46:01 CMP
Okay. CB EMS, two, to close.

127:46:04 CC
That's correct. All right. Line 4 or step 4, where it shows "CM RCS check." That occurs at minus 04:30.

127:46:17 CMP
Okay. Minus 04:30.

127:46:20 CC
All right. Under "CM RCS checks," the fourth line down says "MANUAL ATTITUDE, three, to MINIMUM IMPULSE." We'll have to use "ACCEL COMMAND" and the reason for that, Jack, is we don't have the SPS powered up so there's no minimum impulse generator.

127:46:39 CMP

127:46:42 CC
That's correct. And on the same page 2-l, strike out the last three lines, starting with "RCS transfer to service module."

127:46:57 CMP
Right. The last three lines are scratched out. We ain't got one of those things.

127:47:02 CC
That's correct. Okay, let's flip to page 2-2 and strike out the first two lines.

127:47:11 CMP
Okay. Now wait a second. I need to give you volts and amps. Ken.

127:47:14 CC
All right. Go ahead.

127:47:19 CMP
Okay. It's 39.6, l.12.

127:47:25 CC
Sounds like you're getting there. Okay. I believe we scratched out the first two lines on 2-2. Now, we're - right below that, it says "Separation checklist." So we're going to just delete that whole thing; it's included in the notes I gave you.

127:47:50 CMP
Okay. It's included in the notations.

127:47:55 CC
All right. Line number 7. It says "Maneuver to horizon check attitude." We're going to call this the "Moon-check attitude" and this is the one we discussed. Jack. The angle of 265 is not correct. I'll have one of those for you first thing in the morning.

127:48:15 CMP

127:48:16 CC
Okay. And at the bottom of the page, step number 1. That will be at EI minus 19 minutes, and we're off and running through a normal sequence of events.

127:48:32 CMP
Okay. That sounds good. Ken, I guess if you've read this thing - Is it a comfortable time line? Any areas where you had problems with?

127:48:42 CC
Jack, it is very comfortable. We've run it several times now and, in fact, it's being run right now, again. And we've run it both here at Houston and at the Cape. The only place where you might find that you need to stay ahead of things is during the platform-alinement period, when you're getting ready to close out the LM and then once you get into the command module and jettison the LM, why you're back on a very comfortable time. And, of course, we'll be watching and anything we can do, like keeping track of time for you, we'll remind you of that as we go along.

127:49:16 CMP
Hey, that would be good - that would be good. Ken.

127:49:22 CC
Okay. Let me emphasize. Jack, that 2-1/2 hours is the earliest time we can start in on that powerup stuff. Everything else you can do the way you normally would, where you get as far ahead of the game as you can. But the 2-1/2- hour time is based on saving command module consumables. And if you do that, why we're fat; we've got plenty of time to give you some fans on the water even. So that's the one point you don't want to start early on. I do have a couple of more lines to run through on the entry checklist and two pages in the G&C. And I think that will clean us up.

127:50:14 CMP
Okay, Ken. And G&C checklist now?

127:50:17 CC
Let me finish a couple more things in the entry book. You still got that?

127:50:23 CMP
Yes. Go ahead.

127:50:24 CC
Okay. On - These are just cleanup items, Jack. On page 2-3, it lists now you separate, from the CM/SM SEP and all that, so, obviously, if we're on step 5 at 43 minutes down - that's all deleted. And that gets deleted all the way over onto page 2-4, up to the line where it says "15 minutes." And at that point, we pick back up and everything. From 15 minutes down is valid.

127:51:07 CMP
Okay. Delete item 5 down to the point where it says "Minus 15 minutes."

127:51:14 CC
That's correct. Jack. Okay, on page 2-5. The top line where we had "Horizon check," that's now the "Moonset check" and the time is approximately 57:37. And that's minus 02:23. And that angle that's listed in the book there - 177 - that's really a horizon time at 2 minutes; we'll have you - can look that up on the back of your entry cue card, and I'll look that number up again for you tonight.

127:52:00 CMP

127:52:01 CC
Okay. Another thing is to remember when we begin blackout, which is around 05g, and you can write this in your checklist wherever it's convenient; once we've lost C0MM, we're going to go ahead and power down the SCE POWER OFF and the PMP POWER OFF. And we just want to do that after you lose COMM, which comes up around EI. Any time after that, go ahead and secure the PMP and the SCE Power.

127:52:42 CMP

127:52:47 CC
That's correct. Jack, and that completes the entry checklist. Let's look at the G&C book.

127:53:06 CMP
Okay. Ready to copy.

127:53:08 CC
Okay. Let's go to page 2-1.

127:53:25 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

127:53:27 CC
Okay, Jack. The second line under "IMU powerup" says "FDAI POWER to BOTH," and we're going to make that a "l." The reason we're doing that is, again, to conserve power. There's no reason to drive the second FDAI before we get that information to put on it.

127:53:48 CMP
Okay. "FDAI POWER to 1."

127:53:53 CC
All right. That's correct. On page 2-2.

127:54:06 CMP
Go ahead.

127:54:07 CC
Okay. Under CMC powerup, line - or step 2 says "Flashing 3700, ENTER." The time we're going to use this, Jack, is going to be when you've just brought the computer up and it has a state vector in it that' s way back many, many hours ago. So we want to do a VERB 96, ENTER to stop the integration to keep it from just sitting there ambling along. And when the ground gives you a new state vector, why then we can go through P00 and we'll be back in business.

127:54:43 CMP
Okay. You want me to go to VERB 37, ENTER; 00, ENTER; and then do a VERB 96?

127:54:55 CC
When you come up, I guess you're going to - once you get the CMC powered up, you're probably going to be going - you're going to come up in a flashng 37, and if you'll just do a VERB 96, ENTER right there, that will take care of it.

127:55:08 CMP

127:55:09 CC
All right. And the last one I have for you is on page 2-4.

127:55:23 CMP
Okay. Go ahead.

127:55:24 CC
Okay. Under the SCS powerup, the first line says "AUT0 RCS SELECT, 16, to OFF." Okay. You can just delete that part. On the fifth line, it says "Circuit breaker SCS LOGIC POWER," that's really "LOGIC BUS, four of them, to closed." The DELTA-V CG is not important since we are not burning the engine. The "SIGNAL CONDITIONER/ DRIVER BIAS POWER" lists "Two to AC 1." We are going to make that just one of them; make it "SIGNAL CONDITION/DRIVER BIAS POWER, one, to AC 1." The "BMAG POWER," which is the third line from the bottom, says "BMAG POWER, two, ON;" we are going to make that just one. We'll bring up number 1, and we'll make "FDAI POWER, number 1" and the last line "AUTO RCS SELECT, 16, enable," you can strike that off and replace it with "BMAG MODE, three of them, to RATE l." You want to try reading that back?

127:56:58 CMP
Okay. Delete "AUTO RCS SELECT, 16, OFF." Change "CB LOGIC POWER" to "LOGIC THRUST POWER - CBS CS LOGIC THRUST, four, to closed." Delete "DELTA-V CG," coming down here "SIGNAL CONDITIONER/DRIVER BIAS POWER, one, AC 1; BMAG POWER, 1, to ON," and it's the number 1 MAG. "FDAI POWER to 1; BMAG MODE, three, to RATE 1," deleting the "AUTO RCS SELECT, 16, to enable."

127:57:34 CC
That's correct. You've got them all, Jack. Very good. Thank you.

127:57:40 CMP
Thank you. This does it, huh?

127:57:43 CC
Ye:;, sir. Let's see - Just a second - Let me check on this hatch and integrity check; maybe I can tell you something about that. And I do have an answer to your LM power question about the umbilicals. The umbilicals will be unpowered according to the LM procedures, so if you'd like to disconnect them, you can.

127:58:04 CMP
Okay. I think we will.

127:58:06 CC
All right, sir. Okay, Jack, and they'd like us to stand by just a second.

127:58:19 CC
Jack, would you get the BATTERY CHARGER, OFF, please. And we'll send you - -

127:58:24 CMP

127:58:25 CC
- - the rest of that procedure later.

127:58:26 CMP
You mean there's more? Okay, in work. BATTERY CHARGER is going OFF.

127:58:33 CC

127:58:34 CMP
Okay, Vance. Okay - I don't think you've given me the backout procedure, have you, for the battery chargers?

127:58:43 CC
That's negative. Wait. All we want to do. Jack, is say BATTERY CHARGE OFF at the moment. We'll complete that procedure as soon as you are through with Ken completely.

127:59:01 CMP
Okay, Vance. The BATTERY CHARGER's OFF, and I'm ready to continue with Ken.

127:59:06 CC
Okay, Jack. And we'll get the backout to you after that.

127:59:13 CC
Okay, Jack. It looks like we've closed up the loose ends here. Amazingly enough, out of all that stuff, it looks like we only generated one question on the floor, and we'll research that one. We'll even let you guess what it might have been. If you have any questions, after you mull it over, why, we're always available. Just ask us what you're thinking about.

128:00:40 CMP
Okay. That's what we're going to do. We're going to wait until the LM people get theirs, and then we're going to discuss it and coordinate things here, and make sure that - that we don't have any interface problems. And, if we have any more questions, we'll be coming back at you.

128:00:55 CC
Okay. We did run the thing integrated, so we think we've got all the little surprises ironed out for you.

128:01:04 CMP
I hope so because tomorrow is examination time.

128:01:08 CC

128:01:09 CDR
Ken, this is Jim.

128:01:11 CC
Yes, sir.

128:01:12 CDR
Appreciate the work you've done, and Jack says that it's going to be hard to beat his record about saving SM RCS fuel all the way there and back.

128:01:22 CC
I can't do much about that.

128:01:25 CC
Some people will do anything to set a record.

128:01:32 CC
Hey, Jim, you even did good on service module fuel this time.

128:01:40 CMP
Yes. We're coming back with a full [???] of both RCS ans SPS, that's - That's pretty much of a record.

128:01:56 CMP
Okay. Did you want to put fred-o on, cr somebody to copy the LM - the LM side of the house?

128:02:08 CC
Hey, Jack. Don't wake him up yet. Stand by 1.

128:02:13 CMP
He's - He's awake.

128:02:30 CC
Hey, Jack. We'll give you this battery charging backout procedure, and then Deke says you ought to get some sleep. You're going to need it tomorrow.

128:02:44 CMP
Okay. I'm ready to copy/ the backout procedure.

128:02:47 CC
Okay. Panel 3: BATTERY CHARGE, OFF - you've already done that. Jack - next AC INVERTER, INVERTER 2 OFF: Panel 5: MAIN BUS TIE BAT B/C to BAT B/C. Huh? Yes, it's up - the up position. Panel 250: circuit breaker, BAT A POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDTNG to open; circuit breaker, BAT B POWER ENTRY/P0STLANDING, open. Panel 5: CB BATTERY CHARGER RAT B CHARGE, open. Okay. I'll let you read that hack. Jack.

128:04:09 CMP

128:04:32 CC
Okay. That's correct. Now, that gets you back to the place where you can back out of the - the big battery charging procedure, which you have. And I - I think you have the backout procedure for that, but I'd like to check with you.

128:05:00 CMP
Okay. Stand by here.

128:05:12 CC
Okay, Jack. Do you have that backout procedure in your hand there?

128:05:20 CMP
Yes, I do, Vance.

128:05:22 CC
Okay. Just to verity. It starts out panel 3, BATTERY CHARGE switch, OFF; AC INVERTER 2, OFF; panel 5, MAIN BUS TIE, BAT A/C, on, up, et cetera.

128:05:40 CMP
Roger. Continues CB BAT A, POWER ENTRY/ POSTLANDING, open; INVERTER POWER 2, MAIN B, open; and then you reverse the steps that yen had for entering the procedure.

128:05:54 CC
Yes, that's fine. Okay. And we have one other comment regarding the systems checklist, and stand by 1, and that'll - that'll wrap it up for us. Oh, a new item came in. Jack. We need to switch to ascent water, and T have a three-step procedure for you, if you're ready to copy.

128:06:27 CMP
Okay. Jim will copy that.

128:06:32 CC

128:07:24 CDR
Okay, Vance. DESCENT WATER valve, closed; ASCENT WATER valve, closed; and WATER SELECT TANK to ASCENT. Is that correct?

128:07:34 CC
WATER TANK SELECT valve, ASCENT. That's correct, Jim.

128:07:45 CDR
And we'll proceed with that right now, and how about still drinking descent water?

128:08:12 CC
Jim, we understand that you should he able to continue drinking it.

128:08:24 CDR
Okay. We switched to ascent water, but we'll probably have to have the descent water valve back open up again to drink water.

128:08:34 CC
That's affirm. That's the one thing you'll have to do is, whenever you want to drink out of the descent tank, is open the descent valve - the DESCENT WATER valve momentarily.

128:08:49 CDR
Okay. And we are now on ascent water.

128:08:53 CC
Okay; okay. And I need Jack back again, please.

128:09:02 CMP
Okay, Vance. I'm here, and you have something in the systems checklist.

128:09:06 CC
That's right. Refer to S/2-6. This - Really what we're talking about. Jack, is the hatch integrity check decal. And I think it'll be easiest, if you'll open to S/2-6 and I explain it to you.

128:09:41 CMP
Okay, Vance. I'm ready to copy.

128:09:44 CC
Okay. This will - This just involves changes. Look down to the third line where it says "TUNNEL VENT valve, TUNNEL VENT for 30 seconds;" cross out "30 seconds" and cross out the two lines below that. In other words, "LM CSM DELTA-P. Check DELTA-P and recycle to TUNNEL VENT."

128:10:24 CMP
Okay. You want me to delete "For 30 seconds."

128:10:34 CC
That's affirm. And the two lines below "30 seconds." And actually the part of the fourth line there, which is "8-1/2 minutes."

128:10:50 CMP
Stand by. Can you read okay?

128:10:53 CC
Yes. I hear you now.

128:10:55 CMP
Okay. Delete the two lines below that, or the two-and-a-half lines below that, also.

128:11:02 CC
That's affirm. And now, we have an addition to put in place of what we deleted. Stand by 1; the COMM's bad. How do you read?

128:11:14 CMP
Roger. Loud and clear.

128:11:16 CC
Okay. We want you to vent - tunnel vent until, and add the following, "Until LM/CM DELTA-P is equal to 3.0 psid."

128:11:42 CMP
Okay. "Until LM/CM DELTA-P equals 3.0."

128:11:47 CC
Okay. And that means that you'll have a pressure of 1.5 to 2 in the tunnel, absolute. That's - -

128:11:57 CMP

128:11:58 CC
That's a note.

128:12:01 F
Jack, that's what we want to end up with ultimately is 1-1/2 to 2 there in that tunnel and depending on the gage reading, bit that should be about 3.

128:12:10 CMP
Okay, Deke.

128:12:12 CC
Okay, then, Jack. Continuing on, everything's okay until you get down to - on the next page, you get through "Verify 02 FLOW INDICATOR no increase." We would like to delete everything below that, until the last stop, which in TUNNEL LIGHTS, OFF. So starting with "Before undocking only," delete all lines through "TUNNEL VENT VALVE to TUNNEL VENT."

128:12:50 CMP
Okay. Delete the section that says "Before undocking only" down to where it says "TUNNEL VENT VALVE to TUNNEL VENT."

128:12:57 CC
Yes, through that.

128:13:00 CMP
Well, through that. Leave "TUNNEL LIGHTS OFF" is the only step remaining.

128:13:04 CC
Roger. And just - That's a verify.

128:13:14 CMP
Okay. Got that.

128:13:15 CC
Okay. Really what this does for you, then, is it gives you a pressure - a tunnel pressure integrity - or a hatch pressure integary - integrity check with a DELTA-P of 3 psi between the tunnel and the cabin. And then you never go on to the steps of venting that on out. You just leave it in there for the time that you separate from the LM. And that gives you a shotgun DELTA-V effect.

128:13:52 CMP
Okay. Copy that.

128:13:54 CC
Okay. I think that's all, but we're polling the house here to see if there's another comment for you. Stand by.

128:15:19 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

128:15:23 CMP
Go ahead, Vance.

128:15:24 CC
Jack, that's it. Unless you have any more questions, why, everyone is hoping you'll hit the sack and get some rest.

128:15:34 CMP
Okay. You want that battery backout procedure now to take that - to complete the remaining steps?

128:15:50 CC
That's affirm. Jack. We request that you go ahead and finish out the backout completely until you get to square 1. Over.

128:16:04 CMP

128:16:24 CDR
Houston, Aquarius.

128:16:26 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

128:16:29 CDR
Do you have any more updates for us?

128:16:32 CC
We've still got a LM update, but we strongly recommend that you and Jack work as hard as you can sleeping for about the next 5 hours. Fred can handle it.

128:16:42 CDR
Okay. That's what we'll do. We'll put Fred on watch here, and Jack and I will take it easy, and if Fred copies the LM update, well, then we'll all start from fresh in the morning.

128:16:56 CC
You bet.

128:23:44 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Over.

128:23:48 LMP
All right, go ahead, Vance.

128:23:50 CC
Okay, Fred. Two - three things. First thing is we need a docking angle check as soon as you can conveniently get it. Second point, you're free to drink all the descent stage water you want, if that wasn't clear before. And the third point, if you have a piece of paper, stand by to get writer's cramps. We have something to give you here.

128:24:21 LMP
Okay. You want the - again a look at the docking tunnel Index?

128:24:27 CC
Why don't you go ahead and look at that - -

128:24:28 LMP
... - -

128:24:31 CC
Look at that first, yes.

128:24:34 LMP

128:25:46 LMP
Okay. Jim says the docking tunnel index is a plus 2.1 degrees.

128:25:52 CC
Okay. Plus 2.1 degrees, docking tunnel index.

128:25:58 LMP
Okay. He corrects himself. He says make that sign a minus. Minus 2.1 degrees.

128:26:04 CC
Okay. We just changed, plus to minus.

128:26:09 LMP
Okay. And your second item was, we can drink all of that, descent water that's left - looks like about 5 percent, and I'll get a book here and be ready to start writing.

128:26:23 CC
Okay. Get - This won't be as long as - as the one T. K. read up, but you'll need several pages, probably.

128:26:35 LMP
Okay. I've got lots of pages here of Ken's photo log set to go.

128:26:41 CC
Okay, Fred-o. Okay. This is "Entry, LM PREP." Starts EI minus 6 hours. At that time, you power up the AGS. I think I'll give you a line at a time and, when I hear you say okay on that, I'll to to the next. That sound reasonable?

128:27:11 LMP
Okay. I'll go hot mike briefly.

128:27:16 CC
Okay. BAT 5 -

128:27:25 LMP
Hey, how do you read now?

128:27:27 CC
Okay. I read you okay, Fred. Okay. Battery 5 - -

128:27:33 LMP
Okay ...

128:27:37 CC
Battery 5 NORMAL FEED ON is the first step.

128:27:50 LMP
Okay, Vance. That - Go ahead.

128:27:53 CC
Okay. Use modified LM DPS/RCS 30-minute activation checklist.

128:28:22 LMP

128:28:25 CC
EI minus 5 hours. Midcourse-7, if required. Next: LM preentry procedure. And, Fred, the time on LM preentry procedure is just - -

128:28:49 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

128:28:50 CC
Okay. The time on the LM preentry procedure is just as soon as you finish midcourse-7, or 5 hours -

128:29:08 LMP
All right, go ahead, Vance.

128:29:09 CC

128:29:10 LMP
Okay. I've got this TEI minus 5 hours, MCC-7 if required, and now you're going to start me a new procedure called LM preentry procedure. Go ahead.

128:29:19 CC
Roger. Maneuver to SM SEP attitude. Configure for CSM hot fire.

128:29:44 LMP

128:29:46 CC
Under that, DEADBAND, MAX; and ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, to PULSE.

128:30:04 LMP

128:30:05 CC
Perform CSM hotfire. Maneuver back to SM SEP attitude.

128:30:22 LMP

128:30:25 CC

128:30:51 CC
Okay. Next, EI minus 4 hours, 30 minutes. Configure for CM/SM SEP.

128:31:02 LMP
Okay. Hold on a minute.

128:31:03 CC

128:31:04 LMP
That was EI - EI minus 4-1/2?

128:31:07 CC
That's correct.

128:31:26 LMP
Okay. That's EI minus 4-1/2 hours, configure for SM SEP.

128:31:30 CC
That's affirm, and under that, BALANCE COUPLE, ON.

128:31:42 LMP

128:31:44 CC
AGS 404, plus 0; 405, plus 0; 406, plus 0; and 470, read out.

128:32:11 LMP
Okay. Got it.

128:32:14 CC
Translate plus-X at 0.5 feet per second.

128:32:30 LMP
Okay. 05 08 32 32 CC Then CM/SM SEP. After SEP, null 470

128:32:42 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

128:32:43 CC

128:33:00 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

128:33:02 CC
After SEP, null 470 to 0.

128:33:25 LMP

128:33:27 CC
ATTITUDE CONTROL, three of them, to PULSE.

128:33:43 LMP

128:33:44 CC
Pitch to acquire service module for photos.

128:34:07 LMP

128:34:09 CC
Okay. Note: use ACA for control.

128:34:30 LMP
Okay. We can use the ACA now for control.

128:34:37 CC
Roger. EI minus 3 hours, maneuver and ATT HOLD for Moon view, attitude - -

128:34:59 LMP
Wait a minute. Was that maneuver in ATT HOLD for Moon view. Is that right?

128:35:04 CC
For - That's affirm. - For Moon view attitude until CM platform release.

128:35:43 LMP
Okay. It says maneuver in ATT HOLD for Moon view attitude until CM platform release.

128:35:49 CC
That's affirm. Better worded, it would have been maneuver and hold in attitude for Moon view, et cetera.

128:36:00 LMP
Okay. That's mainly for Jack to be able to get it in the optics, you mean. 05 08 36 08 CC Yes, that's correct. Okay, Fred -

128:36:11 LMP

128:36:12 CC
Could you give us a readback on everything up to this point?

128:36:20 LMP
Okay. I'll go back to NORMAL VOICE. It might - Or is this pretty clear?

128:36:24 CC
It's clear.

128:36:40 LMP
Okay. The master title, "Entry, LM PREP, EI Minus 6 hours." First, BAT 5 NORMAL FEED, ON; second, use modified LM DPS/RCS 30-minute activation checklist. Next, is at TEI minus 5 hours, MCC-7, if required. Now, we have a LM preentry procedure. First, we maneuver to service module SEP attitude. Second, configure for CSM hotfire. Under that, DEADBAND MAX, and ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, to PULSE. Thirdly, perform CSM hotfire. Fourth, we - The LM maneuvers back to SM SEP attitude, with ATTITUDE CONTROLS, PITCH and ROLL to PULSE, ATTITUDE CONTROL, YAW, to MODE CONTROL. Now, you got that so far, Vance?

128:37:56 CC
That's correct so far, Fred-o.

128:37:59 LMP
Okay. At EI minus 4-1/2 hours, configure for SM SEP. First, BALANCE COUPLE, ON. Secondly, zero the counters in AGS; 404, 405, 406, plus 0; read out 470. Thirdly, translate plus-X to 0.5 foot per second. Fourth, CM/SM SEP. Fifth, after SEP, null 470 to 0. Sixth, ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, to PULSE. Seventh, pitch to acquire service module for photos. And a note, use the ACA for control. Last, we had - you gave me was TEI minus 3 hours. Maneuver in ATT HOLD for Moon view until the CM platform release.

128:39:19 CC
Okay, Fred. Only - Only a minor point that we just picked up. At the very top, EI minus 6 hours, the title is "power up," above BAT 5 NORMAL FEED, ON.

128:39:41 LMP
Okay. The title above BAT 5 NORMAL FEED, ON, is "power up."

128:39:46 CC
Okay. And on the last, it was maneuver and ATT HOLD for Moon view attitude until CM platform release. I think that's what you read. Okay. Ready to go on? EI minus - Are you there?

128:40:04 LMP
Okay. Next is - Okay. Next is TEI minus what, Vance?

128:40:08 CC
It's - It's EI minus 2-1/2 hours, Fred.

128:40:17 LMP
Okay. EI minus 2-1/2.

128:40:20 CC
Okay. The title, "Power removal from CM LM umbilical."

128:40:53 LMP
Okay. "Power removal from CM LM umbilical."

128:41:00 CC
That's correct. Next, assumes - This assumes all descent batteries on line.

128:41:14 LMP
Okay. I'll put that as a note.

128:41:31 CC

128:41:52 LMP
Okay. This assumes all descent BATs on line, and ASCENT BATs 5 and 6 on NORMAL FEED. Go ahead.

128:41:57 CC
Roger. Next, CSM CB LM POWER 1, MAIN B to open.

128:42:27 LMP
Okay. CSM, CB LM POWER 1, MAIN B, open.

128:42:30 CC
Next. CB, LM POWER 2, MAIN B, open.

128:42:42 LMP
Okay. CSM, CB LM POWER 2, MAIN B, open.

128:42:47 CC

128:43:10 LMP

128:43:14 CC
Okay. Next, the LM. C3, EPS panels 11 and l6, CROSS TIE BALANCE LOADS to close.

128:43:55 LMP
Okay. On the LM side now. CB EPS 11, panels 11 and 16, CROSS TIE BAL LOADS, close.

128:44:04 CC
That's correct. Next, CB EPS panel 16, 3AT FEED TIE, two of them, open.

128:44:40 LMP
Okay. LM, CB EPS, panel 16, BAT FEED TIE, two, open.

128:44:50 CC
Okay. CB EPS 16, ASCENT ECA CONTROL to close.

128:45:12 LMP
Okay. CB EPS panel 16, ASCENT ECA CONTROL, close.

128:45:18 CC

128:45:40 LMP

128:45:42 CC

128:45:55 LMP
Okay. BATTERY 5, HI VOLT - or, it should be BATTERY 5 NORMAL FEED to OFF/RESET.

128:46:04 CC
Roger. And - Stand by.

128:46:13 LMP
Or did you mean battery 2?

128:46:17 CDR
Yes. I think that's what he meant.

128:46:22 CC
Okay. We mean BATTERY 5 to OFF/RESET.

128:46:30 LMP

128:46:33 CC

128:46:34 LMP

128:46:39 CC

128:47:05 LMP

128:47:11 CC
Next. BAT 2, HI VOLT, OFF/RESET, then ON.

128:47:59 LMP
Okay. You still there, Vance?

128:48:01 CC
Roger. I didn't catch your readback, Fred.

128:48:05 LMP
Oh, okay. The last item was item 9, and that was BAT 2, LOW VOLT, OFF/RESET, then ON.

128:48:12 CC
Roger. After that, I gave another one. BAT 2, HI VOLT, OFF/RESET, then ON.

128:48:39 LMP
Okay. BAT 2, HI VOLT, OFF/RESET, then ON.

128:48:42 CC
Correct. BAT 1, HI VOLT, ON.

128:48:55 LMP
Okay. BAT 1, HI VOLT, ON.

128:49:00 CC

128:49:15 LMP

128:49:20 CC
CB, EPS, 16, BAT FEED TIE, two of them, closed.

128:49:45 LMP
Okay. CB, EPS, 16, BAT FEED TIE, two, closed.

128:49:49 CC
Roger. Next. The LMP should transfer to the CM.

128:50:12 LMP
Okay. I'll underline that one. LMP transfer to CM.

128:50:17 CC
Don't let them forget you.

128:50:29 CC
Okay. And just before LMP transfer to CM, we'd like to have you add another step, Fred. That is - -

128:50:40 LMP
Go ahead.

128:50:41 CC

128:51:08 LMP
Okay. You want CB - CB, EPS, that's on 16, I assume, ASCENT ECA CONTROL, open.

128:51:19 CC
Affirm. Okay. This is EI minus 1 hour 45 minutes, next.

128:51:44 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

128:51:47 CC
Okay. Maneuver to CM LM JETT attitude.

128:52:01 CC
And you'll have a pad for that attitude.

128:52:12 LMP
Okay. Maneuver to CM LM JETT attitude.

128:52:16 CC
That's affirm. Matter of fact. Jack has a listing of your pads there, Fred-o, so you can review them after this is over.

128:52:25 LMP

128:52:30 CC
EI minus 1 hour 35 minutes. Configure - -

128:52:40 LMP
- - EI minus 1 hour 30.

128:52:42 CC
That's correct. Configure for jettison.

128:52:58 LMP

128:52:59 CC
Under that, verify CM free.

128:53:12 LMP
Verify CM free.

128:53:16 CC
Okay. Next, the COMM configuration. S-BAND, PM, PRIM.

128:53:33 LMP
Hold on. Say again now.

128:53:35 CC
Okay. Next, COMM configuration.

128:53:40 LMP
This is for the command module?

128:53:42 CC
Negative. The step above for CM free was command module, but the COMM is for LM again.

128:53:55 LMP
okay. Go ahead. 05 08 54 01 Gc Okay. S-BAND, PM, PRIMARY, PRIMARY again, 0FF, PCM, RANGE, OFF, and HI.

128:54:49 LMP

128:54:55 CC
That's correct. Stand by l.

128:55:24 LMP
Do you have any druthers about which OMNI?

128:55:26 CC
Yes. Select best OMNI.

128:55:30 LMP
Select - Did you say AFT, or best?

128:55:33 CC
Best. Best in the west.

128:55:38 LMP
Okay. I was wondering if that's still going to be best after it leaves - But, okay. Select best OMNI at the time. 05 08 55 43 cc That's affirm. Okay. We've covered COMM Fred Next, ECS. 05 08 56 01 IMP Okay. Go ahead.

128:56:04 CC
Okay. Under ECS, FORWARD DUMP valve, close.

128:56:21 LMP
Okay. FORWARD DUMP valve, close.

128:56:24 CC

128:56:46 LMP

128:56:49 CC

128:57:18 LMP

128:57:20 CC

128:57:32 LMP

128:57:35 CC
SUIT ISOLATION valves, two of them, DISCONNECT.

128:57:51 LMP
Ookay. ISO valves, two, to SUIT DISCONNECT.

128:57:55 CC
Roger. PRESSURE REGs A and B, close.

128:58:13 LMP
REGs A and B to close.

128:58:17 CC
CABIN REPRESS valve, close.

128:58:31 LMP

128:58:35 CC

128:58:41 LMP
How many more steps, Vance?

128:58:43 CC
Two after this, Fred-o.

128:58:47 LMP
Okay. Stand by.

128:58:52 CC
Maybe you need a scroll, yet.

128:58:56 LMP

128:58:58 CDR
I want to ask him why all these steps just to get rid of a LM that's going to burn up in a half hour. Seems ridiculous. God damn it. Too many guys

128:59:08 LMP

128:59:10 CDR
- - got in the act.

128:59:15 CC
Okay. The last one was SUIT FAN, OFF. Hey, Jim, Deke said he thought you were asleep.

128:59:38 CDR
Okay. All these steps woke me up.

128:59:46 CC
Okay. We'll try to be quieter. Except I don't know how. Okay, Fred-o - -

128:59:55 CDR
I got my audio breaker on.

128:59:57 CC
Did you get SUIT FAN, OFF?

129:00:01 LMP

129:00:05 CC
Okay. Circuit breakers, panel - circuit breaker panel 16 rather. ECS, CABIN REPRESS to open.

129:00:37 LMP
Okay. CB panel 16, ECS, CABIN REPRESS, open.

129:00:42 CC
Roger. OVERHEAD DUMP VALVE, closed. Maybe Jim has a point there, though.

129:00:56 LMP
Yes. OVERHEAD DUMP VALVE close, and it is already

129:01:02 CC
Right. Okay. That's all for the ECS. Next, ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, to MODE CONTROL.

129:01:23 LMP
Okay. Stand by 1.

129:01:31 CC
Oh, stand by l, Fred. We'd like to - change the position of that ATTITUDE CONTROL, three, MODE CONTROL to be just under CM free. That's a more convenient time.

129:01:51 LMP
Yes, I agree. Okay. Under, it'll be my item B, after verify CM free, it's ATT CONTROL, three, to MODE CONTROL.

129:02:04 CC
And, along with that, DEADBAND, MAX.

129:02:11 LMP
Okay. Three to MODE CONTROL, comma, DEADBAND to MAX. 05 09 02 18 CC Next verify

129:02:20 LMP
If I don't sound too clear, it's because I'm holding a flashlight between my teeth.

129:02:29 CC

129:02:33 LMP
Okay. 05 09 02 35 CC Okay. Now

129:02:36 LMP
Okay. I think I'm - I'm up with you. Go ahead, Vance.

129:02:39 CC
Okay. Now again down at the bottom beneath ECS, verify transfer list.

129:03:02 LMP
Okay. Verify transfer list.

129:03:06 CC
IVT to CM, and close hatch.

129:03:12 LMP
What was that - What was the first part of that?

129:03:15 CC
Transfer yourself to the CM. Or rather, IVT, that's the commander to the CM, and close hatch.

129:03:25 LMP

129:03:46 LMP
Actually, it's commander transfer to CM and you mean close hatches. Plural, right?

129:03:53 CC
That's correct. Yes.

129:03:56 LMP

129:04:01 CC
Okay. That's all for the time line, Fred. Now the contingency checklist, if it's handy.

129:04:12 LMP
Okay. Which page?

129:04:15 CC
Turn to 30-minute activation on page 24.

129:04:25 LMP
Okay. I'm there.

129:04:28 CC
Okay. Now, at this point, you have this section marked up already, so what I give you now represents additional DELTAS to your previously marked up checklist.

129:04:43 LMP
Okay. That's all right. I've got a different color pen, so it'll show up nicely. Go ahead.

129:04:47 CC
Okay. Okay. Go down to item 4.

129:04:54 LMP

129:04:56 CC
Verify AGS STATUS switch, OFF. That's an addition.

129:05:09 LMP
Do you mean, under IVT to the LM, number 4, RCS SYSTEM A/B-2, QUADs 4, AUTO? That 4?

129:05:21 CC
That's affirm. Yes. It's the - the only 4 on that page 24 and it's a - presently has after it RCS SYSTEM A/B-2, QUADs, 4, to AUTO. Under that put - -

129:05:34 LMP

129:05:36 CC
- - put verify AGS STATUS switch to OFF.

129:05:45 LMP
Okay. Verify AGS STATUS switch OFF.

129:05:49 CC
Okay. At the bottom of the page - Okay. You already have that. MODE CONTROL, both, OFF.

129:06:05 CC
Okay. Next, page 26, circuit breakers.

129:06:13 LMP
Okay. Go ahead.

129:06:16 CC
Okay. First row is okay as is. Second row, under FLIGHT DISPLAYS, GASTA should be closed.

129:06:33 LMP

129:06:34 CC
Under AC BUS A, close GASTA.

129:06:43 LMP
Okay. GASTA FLIGHT DISPLAYS and AC BUS A will be closed.

129:06:47 CC
Roger. That's all on the second line. How the third line, under STABILITY and CONTROL, ATCA (PGNS) to closed.

129:07:03 LMP
Okay. ATCA (PGNS) to close.

129:07:05 CC
That's all on that line. Fourth line, near the right side, LGC STANDBY to close. And - -

129:07:21 LMP
Wait a minute. You mean LGC/DSKY.

129:07:25 CC
LGC/DSKY. I'm sorry.

129:07:29 LMP

129:07:30 CC
And IMU OPERATE, close.

129:07:35 LMP
Okay. IMU OPERATE, close.

129:07:49 LMP
Okay, Vance. IMU OPERATE, close.

129:07:52 CC
That's correct. Okay. Fourth row is okay as is. Now we would like to add - add in a late arrival to row two. Under - -

129:08:09 LMP
Go ahead.

129:08:10 CC

129:08:19 LMP
Okay. FLIGHT DISPLAYS, MISSION TIMER, closed. We can look at the ghosties right to the end.

129:08:26 CC
Yes, that's right. Okay. That's all for that page, Fred. That should add up to six circuit breakers all closed, on that page.

129:08:39 CDR
Vance, Jim.

129:08:41 CC
Go ahead, Jim.

129:08:43 CDR
Have we looked seriously now at just the essential things required to make a safe LM jettison? We're not - I don't think we have the time to really do any engineering data that people might want to look at as this thing goes into the atmosphere.

129:09:06 CC
Well, Jim. I - I think that that was what every- body aimed for, and people down here feel that it's the essentials, that it's what you need.

129:09:19 CDR
Well, we'll do everything you think is essential, but I just don't want to be throwing switches at the last minute. What we're really thinking about, getting that command module in good shape.

129:09:35 CC
Hey, Jim. This is Tom. The only reason we're bringing up the PGNS is to have another reference system just to control the LM when you jettison the thing. Over.

129:09:45 CDR
Okay. Okay, Tom. It's - I thought the - an AGS ATT HOLD would have been sufficient for this, when we first thought about this.

129:09:53 CC
Yes. I agree. But we decided just in case we have any glitch with the AGS, we want to make sure we get that LM off in a good shape. And I agree with you on keeping out all the garbage on it.

129:10:03 CDR
Okay, Tom.

129:10:05 F
Hey, would you like to have - -

129:10:06 CDR
Good night.

129:10:07 CC
Would you like to have us play you some guitar music to put you to sleep?

129:10:10 CDR
(Laughter) Oh, you know how to get a guy.

129:10:14 CC
We'll even have a 12-string guitar for you, Jimbo.

129:10:20 CDR

129:10:23 CC
Okay, Fred. Page 28.

129:10:28 LMP
Okay. I'm looking at panel 16 now.

129:10:32 CC
No - No changes to panel - -

129:10:33 LMP

129:10:34 CC
No changes to panel 16.

129:10:38 LMP
Okay. I'm on 28 now.

129:10:41 CC
Right. Okay. At the top of the page, under step 4, just above "VHF/S-band activation," put in, "Delete POWER AMP and LGC." These are caution lights.

129:11:07 LMP
Okay. You mean delete PREAMP.

129:11:10 CC
I'm sorry. PREAMP and LGC.

129:11:18 LMP

129:11:21 CC
Okay. Under "VHF/S-band activation and checkout," step 2, we have changes to the COMM as follows.

129:11:34 LMP
Go ahead.

129:11:40 CC
Okay. Scratch - Scratch out the DOWN and DOWN VOICE. That leaves - That'll give you VOICE.

129:11:50 LMP
Okay. That's the way we had it last time.

129:11:54 CC
Okay. And, we'd like to insert RANGING.

129:12:01 LMP
Okay. Instead of OFF/RESET put RANGING.

129:12:04 CC
That's correct.

129:12:15 LMP

129:12:17 CC
Okay. Under "PGNS turn-on," add in steps 1 and 2 again, which are NO ATTITUDE light off, VERB 96 ENTER, and set EVENT TIMER.

129:12:35 LMP
Okay. Steps 1 and 2 back in.

129:12:38 CC
That's affirm. And underneath "Set EVENT TIMER," add the following: VERB 25 NOUN 07, ENTER; 1257, ENTER.

129:13:04 LMP
Okay. Go ahead, Vance.

129:13:06 CC
Okay. If you got the 1257, ENTER, then 252, ENTER and ENTER.

129:13:18 LMP
Okay. After event, set EVENT TIMER, it's VERB 25 NOUN 07, ENTER; 1257, ENTER; 252 ENTER; ENTER.

129:13:28 CC
Roger. And this activates your upfiring jets.

129:13:35 LMP
Say the last again, Vance.

129:13:36 CC
Roger. What this does, Fred, is activate upfiring jets.

129:13:41 LMP
Oh, okay.

129:13:43 CC
They're all - actually, all vertical jets.

129:14:00 LMP
Okay. I got it.

129:14:04 CC
Okay. Next, same page, under "DAP set gimbal drive," go to step 2. Okay. Add in after NOUN 46, 32021.

129:14:31 LMP
Okay. 32021.

129:14:35 CC
Okay. Proceeding on down below the NOUN 47, to the PROCEED, insert VERB 34, ENTER, after the PROCEED. And that would come before the NOUN 48.

129:14:59 LMP
Okay. To PRO and then do a VERB 34.

129:15:13 CC
Roger. Okay. We have some noise here, Fred. Stand by a minute.

129:15:29 LMP
I switched OMNIs. How's that?

129:15:31 CC
Hey, that helped. Okay. No changes now on 29, 30, and 31. Next page is 32.

129:15:45 LMP
Okay. I'm on 32.

129:15:48 CC
Okay. At the very first step above "GUIDANCE CONTROL, AGS," put in VERB 76, ENTER.

129:16:02 LMP
Okay. VERB 76, ENTER.

129:16:05 CC
Okay. Below "GUIDANCE CONTROL, AGS," the third step should be changed to be MODE CONTROL, both, to ATT HOLD.

129:16:18 LMP
Okay. You want MODE CONTROL, both, to ATT HOLD.

129:16:21 CC
That's affirm.

129:16:31 LMP

129:16:32 CC
Okay. At minus 6-6 hours - or 6 minutes rather, under MODE CONTROL, PGNS, ATT HOLD, which was scratched out, insert VERB 41 NOUN 20, ENTER, and three more ENTERs. So - So it's as shown in your procedure there.

129:17:13 LMP

129:17:14 CC
Okay - -

129:17:15 LMP
Coarse aline 000.

129:17:17 CC
Below that, put in DEDA, 400 plus 5.

129:17:35 LMP
Okay. DEDA, 400 plus 5.

129:17:38 CC
Okay. Okay. We want back in again the next step which is "At burn attitude: VERB 40 NOUN 20, ENTER."

129:17:56 LMP

129:18:08 CC
Okay. Proceeding on down, delete "At burn attitude" and the step above it, which is 400 plus 5.

129:18:24 LMP
400 plus 5 and the "at burn attitude."

129:18:28 CC

129:18:39 CC
Okay. That's all for page 32, Fred. Next, page 33.

129:18:46 LMP
Go ahead.

129:18:49 CC
Okay. Under 4 minutes, minus 4 minutes, add back in MODE CONTROL, both, to ATT HOLD.

129:19:10 LMP
Okay. MODE CONTROL, both, to ATT HOLD.

129:19:15 CC
Okay. Two steps below that, add back in TTCA COMMANDER THROTTLE MIN DPS, and add in DPS.

129:19:36 LMP
Wait a minute.

129:19:39 CC
Stand by l.

129:19:41 LMP
TTC - Yes. Seems like you should be in JETS, since this is going to be - is this going to be RCS or a DPS burn?

129:19:49 CC
Okay. This will be JETS for RCS and THROTTLE for DPS.

129:20:00 LMP
What I don't understand is, what is this MCC likely to be? I thought it was going to be an RCS.

129:20:05 CC
Well, we - We expect that, but we're remaining flexible.

129:20:11 LMP
(Laughter) Okay. Okay. I'll put in TTCA THROTTLE MIN for DPS, JETS for RCS.

129:20:18 CC
That's correct. Okay. That's all on page 33. Go to page 4.

129:20:36 LMP
Okay; 34.

129:20:39 CC
Okay. Beneath everything on that page, add in the following. Return to "Entry, - LM PREP" check - return to "Entry, LM PREP" checklist - -

129:21:00 LMP
Hold on, Vance; I don't understand. We want to delete everything on page 34?

129:21:07 CC
No, that's not correct, Fred. What we want to do is leave everything the way it is on 34, and add this one comment I'm giving you at the - at the bottom of it.

129:21:17 LMP
Oh, okay. Okay. I misunderstood. Okay. Go ahead with your added comment.

129:21:22 CC
Return to "Entry LM PREP checklist."

129:21:35 CC
Add "EI" - -

129:21:36 LMP
... turn to - return to "Entry, LM checklist?"

129:21:43 CC
That's affirm. At EI minus 5 hours.

129:21:48 LMP
Okay. At EI minus 5 hours. Let me take a look and see how that flows, now.

129:22:00 CC
Okay. And also you have a - -

129:22:02 LMP
Okay. That would be the LM - the LM preentry procedure. Yes. Okay.

129:22:08 CC
That's correct, and, also on that page, you - from our last correct - or addition exercise, you have a section called "Reestablish PTC." We'd like to scratch all of that, of course.

129:22:22 LMP

129:22:46 CC
Okay, Fred. That's all except for one comment that we have, and - Just a second.

129:25:09 CC
Stand by 1. Fred, we're polling the room for comments here, any last minute thoughts from people. We'll be right back with you.

129:28:08 LMP

129:28:11 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

129:28:17 LMP
Oka. Go ahead.

129:28:19 CC
Okay, Fred. Just two changes, comments to what we just gave you. The first is near the front at EI - in the section under "EI minus 2-1/2 hours," power removal from CM LM umbilical." We'll let you turn to that.

129:28:44 LMP
Okay, I'm there at "EI minus 2-1/2 hours, power removal CM LM umbilical."

129:28:49 CC
Okay. Under LM, we have a step, BAT 2, LOW VOLTAGE, OFF/RESET, then ON. Next we have a step BAT 2, HI VOLTAGE. OFF/RESET, then ON. We request that you wait in between these two steps for us to give you a GO. In other words, we'd like to look and see that all the relays closed and all that sort of thing before you throw BAT 2, HI VOLTAGE, to OFF/RESET, and ON.

129:29:33 LMP
Okay. After BAT 2, LOW VOLTAGE, OFF/RESET, I'll - then ON, I'll wait for a MSFN GO before proceeding.

129:29:42 CC
Right-o. Okay. Next, at - Under the section of "EI minus 1 hour and 45 minutes" - No, change that. Correction, "EI minus 1 hour, 35 minutes," refer to the ECS section, and we have a change.

129:30:13 LMP
All. right. Go ahead, Vance.

129:30:17 CC
Okay, Jim's right. We should cross out all this stuff with a couple of exceptions . FORWARD DUMP valve, closed, the first step, should remain. All other steps should be scratched, except for the last one, which is OVERHEAD DUMP valve, closed. That leaves two steps.

129:30:45 LMP
Okay. Under ECS, we delete all except the first step, FORWARD DUMP valve, close, and step 10, which is OVERHEAD DUMP valve, closed, and leave in verify transfer list .

129:31:06 CC
That's affirm. Leave in what follows, which is verify transfer list and IVT and all that.

129:31:28 CC
IVT, of course, meaning CDR transferring to the CM.

129:31:38 LMP
We wouldn't forget it.

129:31:42 CC
Okay, Fred-o. That's - That's the changes. Not quite as extensive as the CSM had, but still pretty long. Any comments or questions to the house here?

129:32:02 LMP
No, it looks pretty good to me, Vance.

129:32:06 CC
Okay. Very good. Only other comment, aside from the checklist, we've been watching your descent stage water, and it looks - or your ascent stage water, and it looks real good.

129:32:22 LMP

129:32:42 CC
Okay, Fred. We're going to try to refrain from calling you from now on, so that you can maybe get a couple of winks. We're getting a status around the room first, to see if anybody has any comments for you and, after that, we'll try to leave you alone for awhile.

129:33:06 LMP
Thank you.

129:37:36 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

129:38:00 CC
Aquarius, Houston.

129:38:25 CC
Hey, Fred-o. Are you there?

129:38:29 LMP
All right, go ahead.

129:38:30 CC
Okay. We polled the room. We don't have much for you. Only comments as follows: your consumables are looking good; your entry gamma right now is minus 6.01. We're expecting a midcourse of 2.81 foot per second which should be about 21 seconds of RCS.

129:38:56 LMP
Okay. It sounds good.

129:38:58 CC
Okay, Fred. See you in the morning.

129:39:01 LMP

129:40:14 CC
Aquarius, Houston. Request you open the POWER AMPLIFIER circuit breaker and DOWN VOICE BACKUP, please.

129:40:30 LMP

129:40:32 CC

132:28:45 CC
Fred, are you sleeping?

132:28:54 LMP
Go ahead.

132:28:59 CC
Fred, in a couple of minutes we're going to hand over the Honeysuckle, so there'll be - Our uplink will be terminated. We'll contact you when we get it back.

132:29:15 LMP

132:29:35 CC
After that, I've got a couple minutes of work for you.