Columbia:SSV_OV STATUS Orbiting Earth RPOS 4658512.132 -3568864.857 2934256.034 RVEL -4145.0104 152.2701 6629.0331 AROT -107.413 -60.523 -0.265 VROT -0.1903 -0.0416 -0.0120 RCSMODE 2 AFCMODE 7 PRPLEVEL 3:0.859413 4:0.718581 5:0.709190 NAVFREQ 0 0 MISSION STS-5D
Any ASE parameters go in the Scenario Parameters box.So would the ASE be attach in the SCN?
The Mission Editor creates and edits mission files, and then a launch scenario can be created for that mission.I guess I am missing the connection between the mission editor and the scenario. I saw I could make a launch scenario.
Enable Vent Doors 4 and 7 in Mission Editor.But it seems there is a double vent? in the real one but not in mine.
The base where 2 GAS cans attach should be a Bay Bridge payload. If the GAS cans are one vessel with the base, it is done, but if the GAS cans are individual vessels, they would attach to the base.would the GAS and the TAsk board and CBSA be attached to bridge rails or passive payloads?
I know of 3 versions of slidewires, and actually I was thinking of doing them for the next version.I know EVA is not done yet. I know that basically were 2 EVA slide wires. 1 fixed as in STS 5 and one that move with the Payload doors. not sure how they would attach?
You need the attachment point of the SL vessel to be in the keel trunnion. The manual should help.
Also, you don't need to have the TAA, as it is already included in SSV and configurable in Mission Editor.
Hi there!Hello, where are the FDF for the Shuttle now since this: (https://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/news/flightdatafiles/index.html) link is outdated?