Safety in earth orbit study. Volume 2 : Analysis of hazardous payloads, docking, on-board survivability
- Jul 12, 1972.
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- Detailed and supporting analyses are presented of the hazardous payloads, docking, and on-board survivability aspects connected with earth orbital operations of the space shuttle program. The hazards resulting from delivery, deployment, and retrieval of hazardous payloads, and from handling and transport of cargo between orbiter, sortie modules, and space station are identified and analyzed. The safety aspects of shuttle orbiter to modular space station docking includes docking for assembly of space station, normal resupply docking, and emergency docking. Personnel traffic patterns, escape routes, and on-board survivability are analyzed for orbiter with crew and passenger, sortie modules, and modular space station, under normal, emergency, and EVA and IVA operations.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19720023155.
Accession ID: 72N30805.
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