ProjectSpace Transportation System 2016

DDasng1352

Interesting.
Redid the switch code so now the HUD, lights, ATDA status is reflected in the switches. Might be ready for testing

gattispilot

Might take more code to make the switches work

gattispilot

One thing I can get to work all the time. IS the load and save the VC camera position

 if (firstStep) id= VCCAM;// if firststep then load vc camera position sprintf(oapiDebugString(), "%d %d", id, VCCAM); //sprintf(oapiDebugString(), "%d ", id); firstStep = false; switch (id) { case 0: // commander position SetCameraOffset(_V(-0.67, 2.55, 13.8)); SetCameraDefaultDirection(_V(0, 0, 1)); SetCameraMovement(_V(0, 0, 0.3), 0, 0, _V(-0.3, 0, 0), 75 * RAD, -5 * RAD, _V(0.3, 0, 0), -20 * RAD, -27 * RAD); huds.hudcnt = _V(-0.671257, 2.523535, 14.969); oapiVCSetNeighbours(-1, 1, -1, 2); RegistergearleftVC(); RegisterVC_CdrMFD(); // activate commander MFD controls RegisterVC_CntMFD(); // activate central panel MFD controls vccameracase = 0; VCCAM = 0; ok = true; break; 

By running it I see the ID and VCCAM are the same but the view is not. When you press CTRL and an arrow then it switches.

I think because it has not gone to the ID it may just load the default camera location.

 bool Atlantis::clbkLoadGenericCockpit () { //SetCameraOffset (_V(-0.67,2.55,14.0)); //SetCameraDefaultDirection (_V(0,0,1)); return true; } 

any thoughts ideas

gattispilot

I think I got it working

So now updated:
flood Light switches
MET (Mission Elapsed Time)
Event timers
Landing gear indicator. Gear will only go down not up
Various switch animate and control MFDs

Might be done with the VC for early shuttle.

start on the late shuttle vc.

Any mission that need updated? or made

gattispilot

Redid the DRAG chute indicators. SF looks like the chute deploys and jettison on its own. Do we want that. Or have it work by pressing a button? Right now under certain conditions the chute deploys. then white light under ARM and Deploy will come on and when released the JEtt light will come on.

STS 60 and 69 require the wake shield and holder. Could not find much on sts 72 as far as where stuff goes,....

Do we have the spaceHAB

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gattispilot

Working on the WSF. STS 60 should be easy as the RMS just raising it up. The others might be n\more diffiuclt. as it was released and recxaputured later.

Trying to find good images of the holder as it has emblems on it.

Do we have the spacehab or does it need to be updated also

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gattispilot

Now I got this: might texture the center structure and the bottom of the structure?

Gargantua2024

The Desktop Orbinaut
Do we have the spacehab or does it need to be updated also
We have two versions of the SPACEHAB (both single and double modules) available on the ISS for Orbiter2016 and STS-95 addons. The single module SPACEHAB is the version used during the three WSF missions

STS 60

Gargantua2024

The Desktop Orbinaut
For STS-72 (Endeavour), the data I found is mostly posted in the SPACEFACTS site here.

The payload bay with the SFU in tow...

Space Flyer Unit being retrieved...

Space Flyer Unit in orbit...

Drawing of the Space Flyer Unit. The solar arrays were jettisoned before being retrieved by Shuttle Endeavour

gattispilot

sTS 60 GET

I am going to make the BREMSAT and the 6 spheres. So press a key and release the sat and press a key and release the 6 spheres.

Also this is in ther payload:
Payload Bay Mounted Rendezvous Radar but not sure what it looks like?

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gattispilot

Here is the Oderacs released

in the GAS container

and the BREMSAT released

gattispilot

I thinkI need to redo SPaceHAB. I think it is is too long?

And the NASA logo should be on the side.

gattispilot

The top is orbiter the bottom real. See the left logo should be the NASA one. Solar panels are different also. I am trying to figure out the drawing. When you use it as a blue print. It seem strenched out

Gargantua2024

The Desktop Orbinaut
In the very last Shuttle-Mir mission, STS-91 (Discovery), the tunnel of the SPACEHAB is stretched very long compared to other missions carrying SPACEHAB single module.

The payload on the back of SPACEHAB in this mission is the prototype of the AMS instrument, which the fully operational version was delivered to the ISS on Endeavour's final flight (STS-134)