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Viewing Study: ISS Window and ISS External Camera Views of Docked Orbiter RCC on WLE during Assembly Missions 1E and 1J ISS CAD model views utilized to.

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1 Viewing Study: ISS Window and ISS External Camera Views of Docked Orbiter RCC on WLE during Assembly Missions 1E and 1J ISS CAD model views utilized to simulate ETVCG and MBS Mast camera views. DOUG used to simulate ISS window views. Image Science and Analysis Group (IS&AG) Sean Keefe, Research Scientist/KX March 1, 2006

2 2 Notes and Assumptions Node 2 has been delivered to ISS and is configured between PMA-2 and the US Lab. ETVCG CP3 (S1 outboard) camera repaired or replaced ETVCG CP7 (P1 inboard) camera installed on P1 Truss

3 3 Simulated ISS External Camera and Window Views of Shuttle WLE 1. ISS ETVCG CP3 2. ISS ETVCG CP7 3. ISS ETVCG CP9 4. ISS ETVCG CP13 (US Lab) 5. – 12. MBS Mast at Worksites Soyuz fwd/port window 14. US Lab Window 15. ISS DC-1 EVA hatch window

4 4 Location of ISS Cameras

5 5 Location of S1 Truss ETVG CP3 Camera

6 6 S1 Truss ETVCG CP3 Camera Views max zoom views of starboard WLE wide view of starboard WLE

7 7 Location of P1 Truss ETVG CP7 Camera

8 8 P1 Truss ETVCG CP7 Camera Views - port max zoom views of port WLE wide view of port WLE

9 9 P1 Truss ETVCG CP7 Camera Views - stbd max zoom views of stbd WLE wide view of stbd WLE

10 10 Location of P1 Truss ETVG CP9 Camera

11 11 P1 Truss ETVCG CP9 Camera Views max zoom views of port WLE wide view of port WLE

12 12 Location of US Lab ETVG CP13 Camera

13 13 US Lab ETVCG CP13 Camera Views max zoom views of stbd WLE wide view of stbd WLE wide view of stbd WLE with Columbus module configured

14 14 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS1

15 15 MBS Mast Camera at WS1 Views max zoom views of starboard WLE wide view of starboard WLE

16 16 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS2

17 17 MBS Mast Camera at WS2 Views wide view of stbd WLE wide view of stbd WLE with Columbus module configured

18 18 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS3

19 19 MBS Mast Camera at WS3 Views wide view of starboard WLE wide view of stbd WLE with Columbus module configured

20 20 MBS Mast Camera at WS4

21 21 MBS Mast Camera at WS4 Views wide view of starboard WLE wide view of stbd WLE with Columbus module configured

22 22 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS5

23 23 MBS Mast Camera at WS5 Views wide view of port WLE with JEM module configured wide view of port WLE

24 24 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS6

25 25 MBS Mast Camera at WS6 Views wide view of port WLE with JEM module configured wide view of port WLE

26 26 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS7

27 27 MBS Mast Camera at WS7 Views wide view of port WLE with JEM module configured

28 28 Location of MBS Mast Camera at WS8

29 29 MBS Mast Camera at WS8 Views max zoom views of port WLE wide view of port WLE

30 30 Simulated ISS Window Views Notes and Caveats: Windows omitted from this study do not appear to provide adequate views of the docked Orbiter. DOUG does not include built-in cameras for the Soyuz, Lab, and DC-1 windows. For these window views, a simulated camera was placed at known coordinates just outside the window. At the time of this study, DOUG does not have Node 2 configuration, so the orbiter was moved to reflect the extra ~ 22 feet of distance along the ISS velocity vector from ISS windows to Shuttle WLE. When possible, simulated window views were compared with actual on-orbit views to verify general placement/accuracy. Possible SSRMS, SRMS, or OBSS blockage of window views was not considered. Physical limitations/reduced space, which could hamper viewing depending on Photo/TV equipment, are not known for all windows. Windows assessed: 1. Soyuz forward/port window 2. US Lab window 3. DC-1 EVA hatch window

31 31 ISS Window Locations

32 32 Location of Soyuz Descent Module (docked to FGB) Window

33 33 Soyuz Descent Module Window Views ISS003E8343 (cropped) 18mm focal length. ISS Expedition 3 on-orbit rendezvous/approach photo from STS- 108/UF1. Window is ~9” in DIA. DOUG simulated view

34 34 Soyuz Descent Module Window Views ISS003E8296, 70mm focal length. ISS Expedition 3 on-orbit rendezvous/approach photos from STS-108/UF1. DOUG simulated view

35 35 Soyuz Descent Module Window Views ISS003E8296, 70mm focal length. ISS Expedition 3 on-orbit rendezvous/approach photos from STS-108/UF1. DOUG simulated view – max zoom

36 36 Location of US Lab Window

37 37 Simulated US Lab Window View DOUG simulated view of WLE from US Lab Window

38 38 US Lab Window Photos S102E5278 on-orbit view Note: DCS mm lens used for both photos. S102E5283 on-orbit view

39 39 Location of DC-1 fwd/port EVA Hatch Window

40 40 DC-1 fwd/port EVA Hatch Window Photo [window is approximately 9” in diameter] ISS005E17050 on-orbit view, 35mm focal length

41 41 Simulated DC-1 fwd/port EVA Hatch Window Views DOUG view without Soyuz DOUG view, Soyuz docked to FGB (Soyuz seems to obscure view of WLE)

42 42 Simulated DC-1 fwd/port EVA Hatch Window Views DOUG simulated view without SoyuzDOUG simulated view with Soyuz (Soyuz seems to obscure view of WLE)


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