Click me
Transcribed

One Small Step

ONE SMALL STEP LOSS OF EARTH COMMUNICATIONS THIS CHART IS NOT TO SCALE CSM/LM INITIAL DOCKING ORIENT CSM FOR CM/SM SEPARATION ( CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT (128:03:00) CM/SM SEPARATION(194:49:12.7) (12. APOLLO 11 - JULY 16 - 24, 1969 CSM RCS ULLAGE - SM ENGINE IGNITION DETERMINE TRANSEARTH INJECTION THRUSTING PARAMETERS COELLIPTIC SEQUENCE INITIATION (125:19:35.00) (135:23:42.28) ORIENT CM FOR REENTRY 13 CSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM MCC-H TRANSEARTH INJECTION (135:26:13.69) ORIENT CSM FOR PASSIVE THERMAL CONTROL CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM LM RCS IGNITION REFERENCE ALIGNMENT 105 MIDCOURSE CORRECTION SYSTEMS STATUS CHECKS, EAT AND SLEEP PERIOD, 104 SM ENGINE IGNITION (150:29:57.4) LM PRE-LAUNCH CHECKOUT DATA TRANSMIT PERIOD BEGIN SYSTEMS STATUS CHECKS (103) ORIENT CSM ATTITUDE FOR MIDCOURSE CORRECTION (101 CSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM MCC-H LM COMPUTER UPDATE AND GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT LM ASCENT CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT LIFTOFF (124:22:00.79) SM ENGINE CUTOFF EARTH ORBIT VERIFICATION BY MSFN (000:13:21.1) (150:30:07.4) MIDCOURSE 400,000 FT ALTITUDE PENETRATION (195:03:05.7) SYSTEMS STATUS CHECKS, EAT AND SLEEP PERIOD, (14 S-IVB ENGINE CUTOFF (000:11:39.33) CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM CORRECTIONS RENDEZVOUS RADAR TRACK CSM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT DATA TRANSMIT PERIOD NAVIGATION SIGHTINGS LM RCS IGNITION 13 S-IVB POWERED FLIGHT TRANSFER CREW LM RCS, IGNITION 92 & EQUIPMENT CONSTANT DELTA FROM LM TO CSM COMMUNICATION BLACKOUT PERIOD TERMINAL PHASE HEIGHT MANEUVER INITIATION (126:17:49.60) ORIENT CSM (127:03:51.80) FOR PASSIVE THERMAL CONTROL 200,000 FT. ALTITUDE 12 S-II/S-IVB 1st burn ENGINE IGNITION (000:09:12.20) CSM/LM SEPARATION AND LM JETTISON (130:09:31.2) 250,000 FT. ALTITUDE CSM GUIDANCE OCSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM MCC-H SPLASHDOWN (195:18:35) MS-II/S-IVB SEPARATION, S-II RETRO, S-IVB ULLAGE SYSTEM LUNAR ORBIT REFERENCE INSERTION 5 CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT ALIGNMENT CSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM МСС-Н CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM COMMUNICATION BLACKOUT PERIOD (10 S-II ENGINES CUTOFF (00:09:08.22) REFERENCE ALIGNMENT (A14) OS-II POWERED FLIGHT NAVIGATION SM ENGINE CUTOFF (026:45:01.77) ZA15) O LAUNCH ESCAPE TOWER JETTISON (00:03:17.9) COMMAND AND SERVICE MODULE (A15) SIGHTINGS JETTISON FORWARD HEAT SHIELD AND DEPLOY DROGUE SHUTE LUNAR MODULE SM ENGINE SM ENGINE CUTOFF (O (075:55:47.90) OS-IC/S-II INTERSTAGE JETTISON (00:03:12.3). IGNITION ORIENT LM FOR CSM/LM SEPARATION 3RD ORBIT (080:11:36.75) OS-II ENGINES IGNITION (00:02:44.0) O S-IC/S-II SEPARATION, S-IC RETRO, S-II ULLAGE AT 24,000 FEET TRANSFER ORBIT INSERTION SYSTEMS STATUS CHECKS,EAT AND SLEEP PERIOD, DATA TRANSMIT PERIOD SM ENGINE IGNITION (100:12:00.0) LUNAR ORBIT CIRCULARIZATION OS-IC ENGINES CUTOFF (00:02:41.63) (120 DEPLOY MAIN LM DESCENT (075:49:50.37) ENGINE IGNITION O S-IC POWERED FLIGHT COMMANDER TRANSFER TO LM (101:36:14) (0 CHUTE AT 10,000 FT CSM COMPUTER (A6) UPDATE ORIENT S/C ATTITUDE FROM MCC-H EXPLORE SURFACE, ORIENT S/C ATTITUDE FOR PASSIVE THERMAL CONTROL FOR MIDCOURSE CORRECTION SATURN V ROCKET (A8) TRANSFER SM ENGINE s CUTOFF (075:55:47.90) SET UP EXPERIMENT ORBIT (70 INSERTION 7 PACKAGE 43 MIDCOURSE CORRECTION TRANSLUNAR INJECTION "GO" DECISION LM SYSTEM 76 CHECKOUT SM ENGINE CUTOFF LM DESCENT LM DESCENT SYSTEMS STATUS CHECKS, EAT AND SLEEP PERIODS, 42) SM ENGINE IGNITION (026:44:58.64) 0 ORIENT S/C ATTITUDE FOR MIDCOURSE CORRECTION 40) CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT (004:41:07.6) ENGINE BEGIN LM SYSTEMS ACTIVATION AND CHECKOUT ORIENT FOR O LIFTOFF (00:00:00) DATA TRANSMIT PERIODS CUTOFF 79 TOUCHDOWN (102:45:39.9) TRANSLUNAR (101:36:44) BEGIN LUNAR INJECTION OS-IC ENGINES IGNITION CSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM MCC-H ORBIT PILOT TRANSFER TO LM, 2ND ORBIT EVALUATION S-IVB ULLAGE (21 37 ORIENT S/C ATTITUDE FOR PASSIVE THERMAL CONTROL LM DESCENT ENGINE O MIDCOURSE CORRECTION IGNITION (102:33:05.01) S-IVB ENGINE IGNITION (002:44:16.2) (2 (34 SM ENGINE IGNITION (004:40:01.72) LM GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS TRANSLUNAR INJECTION (23) 3 ORIENT S/C ATTITUDE FOR MIDCOURSE CORRECTION CM COMMAND MODULE RCS REACTION CONTROL SYSTEM CSM COMMAND AND SERVICE MODULE S-IC FIRST STAGE OF THE SATURN V ROCKET 2 C5M GUIDANCE SYSTEM REFERENCE ALIGNMENT E.V.A EXTRA-VEHICULAR ACTIVITY SECOND STAGE OF THE SATURN V ROCKET BEGIN SYSTEMS STATUS CHECK O S-II TRAJECTORY CONFIRMATION S-IVB ENGINE CUTOFF CSM DOCKING LM LUNAR MODULE S-IVB THIRD STAGE OF THE SATURNV ROCKET (002:50:03.03) 3 CSM COMPUTER UPDATE FROM MCC-H MCC-H WITH LM/ S-IVB MISSION CONTROL CENTER - HOUSTON S/C SPACECRAFT FROM MSFN (003:24:03.7) MSFN MANNED SPACEFLIGHT NETWORK SM SERVICE MODULE CSM GUIDANCE SYSTEM O NAVIGATION SIGHTINGS CSM SEPARATION FROM LM ADAPTER, BEGIN NAVIGATION SIGHTINGS REFERENCE ALIGNMENT DEPLOYMENT OF ADAPTER PANELS CSM 180° TURNAROUND CSM/LM SEPARATION FROM S-IVB, S-IVB JETTISON(004:17:03.0) AND HIGH GAIN ANTENNA (O03:15:23.0) (003:17:04.6) TRANQUILITY BASE EARTH AND MOON (SEE FAR LEFT) TO SCALE IN SIZE AND DISTANCE EARTH (SEE FAR RIGHT) AND MOON TO SCALE IN SIZE AND DISTANCE Apollo Transcript Excerpts MAIN E.V.A. AREA 10 ARMSTRONG'S PATH ARMSTRONG (002:53.03) Hey, Houston, Apollo 11. That Saturn gave us a magnificent ride. 10 ALDRIN'S PATH ALSCC PHOTOGRAPHS ft O CORE SAMPLES TAKEN ARMSTRONG (078:45.59 ) Houston, Tranquility Base here. [Pause] SOLAR-WIND COMPOSITION THE EAGLE HAS LANDED. ARMSTRONG (109:23.38) ..I'm going to step off the LM now. FLAG ARMSTRONG (109:24.48 ) THAT'S ONE SMALL STEP FOR (A) MAN, ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND. TELEVISION CAMERA LASER RANGING RETROREFLECTOR APOLLO LUNAR SURFACE CLOSEUP CAMERA (ALSCC) ARMSTRONG (109:52.40) ... we'll read the plaque that's on the front landing gear of this LM. First there's two hemispheres, one showing each of the two hemispheres of the Earth. Under- neath it says "Here Man from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon, July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all LM JETTISON BAG mankind." ALDRIN (177:38.20) [Television broadcast on return to earth] ...we've come to the conclusion that this has been far more than three men on a PASSIVE SEISMIC voyage to the Moon; more, still, than the efforts of a government and industry team; more, even, than the efforts of one EXPERIMENT PACKAGE nation. We feel that this stands as a symbol of the insatiable curiosity of all mankind to explore the unknown. Neil's statement the other day upon first setting foot on the surface of the Moon, "This is a Above (and far right with overlay): Tranquility Base as seen recently via Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Far Left image: Apollo 11 crew, (L) Neil A. Armstrong Commander, (C) Michael Collins - Command Module Pilot, (R) small step for a man, but a great leap for mankind," I believe sums up these feelings very nicely. We accepted the challenge of going to the Moon; the acceptance of this challenge was inevitable. The relative ease with which © 2013 Mark Koeppen v1.0 Special thanks to The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj). All images used are from NASA. For illustrative purposes some images are from other Apollo missions (A6, A15, A16, etc). Earth photo from Visible Earth. Moon North Pole image from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera. This poster was inspired by Lunar Mission Flight Path image MPO89-001-1A, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum as first seen on Reddit. we carried out our mission, I believe, is a tribute to the timeliness of that accep- tance. Today, I feel we're fully capable of accepting expanded roles in the explora- tion of space. MIN PANIT E CAME IN PE FOR ALL MANN Buzz Aldrin - Lunar Module Pilot. Second Left Image: Aldrin's Footprint. Third Left Image: Aldrin on the moon. Fourth Left Image: Commemorative plaque left on the moon. Thanks uberwiki! FIRST FOOTSTEP ON THE MOON LEAVE EARTH ORBIT 28 CSM DOCKING WITH LM/ S-IVB CM SPLASH DOWN(73 CM/SM SEPARATION (12 LM TOUCHDOWN 75 0 LM LIFTOFF PUFTOFF OLIFTOFF, O MIDCOURSE CORRECTION LM DESCENDS (70 E.V.A. ON THE MOON O CSM/LM DOCK 98) CSM LEAVES LUNAR ORBIT MIDCOURSE CORRECTION 52 ENTER LUNAR ORBIT LM JETTISON 105 MIDCOURSE CORRECTION Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 +24 HR +48 HR +72 HR +96HR +120 HR +144 HR +168 HR +192 HR JULY 18, 1969 JULY 21, 1969 JULY 16, 1969 13:32:00 UTC JULY 17, 1969 JULY 19, 1969 00:00:00 UTC JULY 20, 1969 JULY 22, 1969 00:00:00 UTC JULY 23, 1969 00:00:00 UTC JULY 24, 1969 00:00:00 UTC 00:00:00 UTC 00:00:00 UTC 00:00:00 UTC 00:00:00 UTC 102 mi x 104 mi 164 km x 167 km RENDEZVOUS MANEUVERS ве 66 mi x 54 mi 106 km x 86 km

One Small Step

shared by ktnexus on Nov 05
8,820 views
21 shares
2 comments
"One Small Step" is a mission profile poster of the Apollo 11 journey to the moon. Inspired by a NASA graphic that was created in 1967 before the Apollo 11 launch, this poster demonstrates the steps t...

Category

Science
Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy

For wordpress.com:

Click the code to copy
Customize size