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Enhancing Hubble's Vision : Service Missions That Expanded Our View of the Universe

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Enhancing Hubble's Vision : Service Missions That Expanded Our View of the Universe
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Enhancing Hubble's Vision
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Service Missions That Expanded Our View of the Universe
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Enhancing Hubble's Vision : Service Missions That Expanded Our View of the Universe
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Enhancing Hubble's Vision : Service Missions That Expanded Our View of the Universe
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  • Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Dedication -- Prologue -- 1: Service Mission 2 -- A Difficult Act to Follow -- Naming the crew -- A mixture of experience and familiarity -- Hubble's bible -- It's all the genes! -- Management experience -- Training -- Steps Towards Launch -- Expanding the capabilities -- An opportunity to upgrade Hubble -- Right time, right place -- The "Hawley factor" -- February 11, 1997, launch -- The chase is on -- STS-82 rendezvous profile -- Shaking hands with an old friend -- Enhancing the EMU -- Suit sharing -- Time to deliver -- February 13, EVA 1 -- The IV support role -- February 14, EVA 2 -- February 15, EVA 3 -- The 'Ditch' provides room to exercise -- February 16, EVA 4 -- February 17, EVA 5 -- Being the "Arm Guy" -- Putting Hubble back on-orbit -- Coming home -- MS role on the middeck -- February 21, landing -- Reminder of the dangers -- Elation and concern -- STS-82 in retrospect -- The loss of the 'Father of Hubble' -- The crew moves on -- References -- 2: Service Mission 3A -- Race Against Time -- Selecting the crew -- The flight deck crew -- "Billy Bob" joins the crew -- The EVA team -- Training -- Service Mission 3 -- STS-95 and HOST -- 1999, Hubble in trouble again -- Gyrations on Hubble -- SM-3 becomes 3A and 3B -- MLI Tiger Team -- The cost of the mission -- Launch Processing -- Shuttle schedule on the wire -- Enduring the hurricane season -- Sharing the adventure from space -- "T'was the night before launch" -- The Final Human Space Flight of the 'Old' Millennium -- December 19, 1999, launch phase -- The games is afoot -- STS-103 rendezvous approach -- Capturing Hubble -- December 22, 1999, EVA 1 -- Using FRED -- December 23, 1999, EVA 2 -- December 24, 1999, EVA 3 -- A Cause for Celebration -- Christmas in space flight history -- Family concerns -- Returning Hubble to orbit
  • The need to get down -- A Christmas 'Discovery' -- December 27, landing -- After the Mission -- Passing on the skills -- Lessons learned, RMS operations -- Service mission plans for the future -- SM-3B in spring 2001 -- SM-4 in 2003 -- Closeout Mission in 2010 -- What next for the crew? -- References -- 3: Service Mission 3B -- A Mothballed Columbia? -- Launch processing -- Service Mission 3B -- Selecting the crew -- "If you break it, don't come home!" -- Training -- EVA choreography -- The Pilot's Role -- March 1-2, 2002, launch to berthing -- A pilot's perspective -- "Space stupidity" -- Chasing Hubble once again -- Practice and experience -- Getting "stick time" on Columbia -- "Visiting an old friend" -- March 4, EVA 1 -- March 5, EVA 2 -- March 6, EVA 3 -- Coping with fatigue -- March 7, EVA 4 -- View from on high -- March 8, EVA 5 -- A Different Mind-Set Required -- 'Good luck Mr. Hubble' -- "Calling Station" -- March 12, Columbia back in Florida -- Forward planning -- 2004, SM-4 -- 2010, Closeout Mission -- Crew reassigned -- February 2003 -- References -- 4: Service Mission 4 -- Hubble Servicing Is 'Off' Then 'On' Again -- The potential for SM-5 -- The cost -- The end of SM-4 -- The Vision for Space Exploration and retiring the shuttle -- Its official SM-4 is canceled{u2026} for now -- "Save the Hubble" campaign -- Astronauts or robotics -- Reviving SM-4 -- Problems with Hubble -- Service Mission 4 -- Planning for a mission -- Contributing factors -- Review upon review -- Critical Design and Test Readiness Review -- Quarterly reports -- Mission Readiness Review -- The "gee whizz" data -- Scheduling Atlantis -- SM-4 Objectives -- The final crew -- Hearing the news -- The EVAs -- The last dive -- An amazing opportunity -- EVA challenges -- STS-400, the Rescue Option -- The mission no one wanted to see -- The rescue scenario
  • The consequences of lost missions -- The Reboost Maneuver That Never Occurred -- Predictions and plans -- HST's reboost history -- Planning for SM-4 -- Launch Processing -- Super Lightweight Interchangeable Carrier -- "Hello Florida" -- May 11, 2009, launch -- Rendezvous profile -- The final capture -- May 14, EVA 1 -- May 15, EVA 2 -- May 16, EVA 3 -- May 17, EVA 4 -- May 18, EVA 5 -- Letting Hubble Go -- Returning home -- The journey continues -- The crew moves on -- 2011, ISS completed and shuttle retires -- References -- 5: After servicing, what next? -- Hubble Flies On -- Parts of Hubble Return -- Getting hardware back from space -- Shuttle servicing -- Materials Engineering -- Environmental Effects -- Returned hardware SM-1 -- Systems Special Interest Group -- System of evaluation -- Service mission returned hardware findings -- Space Debris -- Pre-launch study projections -- Recording actual Hubble impact damage -- Debris analysis continues -- Crew Photo-Documentation -- Photogrammetric assessment -- Photogrammetric plans -- Planning and training -- Results from flight -- Lessons learned -- Hubble Post-retrieval Hardware Analysis -- Batteries -- Battery production -- On-orbit performance -- Evaluating the performance -- Solar Arrays -- ESA post-flight investigation program -- In-flight anomalies -- Other studies -- The MADWEB of ESA -- Thermal Control Materials -- MLI failure review -- SM-4 returned samples -- Attention to Detail -- Star selector servos -- Detailed examinations -- The findings -- Summary -- References -- 6: On reflection -- Summarizing the Servicing -- Was it worth it? -- And the price of Hubble? -- Display or Destruction? -- Shuttle or robot? -- Coming home -- Museum Artifacts -- 'Repairing Hubble' exhibit -- Saving the replicas -- What Do Others Think? -- EVA Lessons Learned -- EVA workload -- Contamination control
  • The hubble legacy -- References -- Closing comments -- Afterword -- Abbreviations -- Appendix 1 Hubble mission emblems -- Emblem information (courtesy NASA) -- STS-31 -- STS-61 -- STS-82 -- STS-103 -- STS-109 -- STS-125 -- Appendix 2 The "Hubblenauts" -- Appendix 3 HST Orbital Replacement Units -- Appendix 4 Key personalities -- Bibliography -- Interviews -- About the author -- Other works by the author -- Index
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