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Phase 1 Program Joint Report: by George C. Nield

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Title: Phase 1 Program Joint Report: by George C. Nield  
Author: Nield, George C.
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (U.S.), NASA reference publication
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Description: This document contains information regarding topics such as Astronaut Training, Biomedical Crew Training, and Conclusions and Recommendations for the Overall Medical Support Program...

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CONTENTS 3$*( Preface???????????????????????????????????????.. II List of Tables and Figures??..???????????????????????.????.V - VI 1. Introduction ?????????????????????????????????????..1 1.1. How the Phase 1 Program Started 1.2. Objectives and Working Group Structure 2. Program Description?????????????????????????????????.. 9 2.1. Description of the Mir-Shuttle and Mir-NASA Programs 2.2. The Mir Space Station?s Flight Program in 1994 - 98 2.3. Phase 1 Joint Mission Information 2.4. Shuttle Mission Preparation Joint Milestones 3. Shuttle Integration With Mir?????????????????????????????.?33 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Structure/Process/Organization Relationships 3.3. Joint Accomplishments 3.4. Docking System 3.5. Lessons Learned/Applicability to ISS 4. Cargo Delivery and Return???????????????????????????????57 4.1. Summary Data on Cargo Delivered to/Returned From the Mir Under the Mir Shuttle/Mir-NASA Programs 4.2. List of Russian Cargo on Shuttle Flights to the Mir Station 4.3. Unique Features of Mir-Shuttle and Mir-NASA Orbiter Flights With Respect to Russian Cargo Accommodation 4.4. Principal Stages of Orbiter Processing for Carrying Russian Logistics 4.5. Parties? Primary Accomplishments Under Mir-Shuttle/Mir-NASA Programs 5. Joint Shuttle-Mir Operations?????????????????????????????.105 5.1. Mission Control and Real-Time Operations During Shuttle Docking Flights 5.2. Operations During the Long-Duration Missions 6. Safety Assurance Process???????????????????????????????129 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Documentation Structure 6.3. Policies and Ground Rules 6.4. Top Safety Joint Accomplishments 6.5. Top Safety Lessons Learned 6.6. Conclusions 7. Crew Training??????????????????????????..?????????143 7.1. Overview of Crew Training 7.2. Training of Astronauts in Russia 7.3. Mir Station Systems and Soyuz TM Training 7.4. Training in the Soyuz TM Integrated Simulator 7.5. Training of Astronauts on Mir Orbital Complex Simulators and System Mockups 7.6. Conclusions and Proposals for the Overall Astronaut Training Program 7.7. Training for Cosmonauts in the U.S. 7.8. Crew Training for Execution of the Science Program 7.9. NASA Astronaut Training for the Mir EVA Program 7.10. Summary of Mir-NASA Crew Training 8. Joint EVA Working Group??????????????????????????????.179 8.1. Executive Summary 8.2. Structures/Processes/Relationships 8.3. Certificate of Flight Readiness (COFR) Process 8.4. Training 8.5. Accomplishments 8.6. Lessons Learned 8.7. Summary of Joint Cosmonaut-Astronaut EVA


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