Permalink
Browse files

Fix obvious typos, mend a couple of footnotes.

  • Loading branch information...
1 parent 43f9c21 commit 645a3cffe2bdd389c5a77281e2e8fbb879786648 @jaylett jaylett committed May 23, 2012
Showing with 48 additions and 46 deletions.
  1. +48 −46 missions/ma7/transcripts/TEC
View
94 missions/ma7/transcripts/TEC
@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ CC: Roger. Understand.
P: ASCS seems to be holding very well. I have a small island just below me.
[00:00:07:26.5]
-CC: Auro:ra Seven, standby for retrosequence times.
+CC: Aurora Seven, standby for retrosequence times.
[00:00:07:29.5]
P: Standing by.
@@ -311,16 +311,16 @@ CC: Read you loud and clear also. We have radar track. Please remain in orbit at
P: Roger. Understand. I, my control mode is fly-by-wire, gyros normal, maneuver off. I am picking up retroattitude and automatic control very shortly. Over.
[00:00:15:18.5]
-CC: Roger. Wfil you veri(v that your retrodelay switch is in the normal position?
+CC: Roger. Will you verify that your retrodelay switch is in the normal position?
[00:00:15:24]
P: Retrodelay is normal. I say again, retrodelay is normal.
[00:00:15:29.5]
-CC: Roger. Wfil you please proceed with the short report, fuel and oxygen readings.
+CC: Roger. Will you please proceed with the short report, fuel and oxygen readings.
[00:00:15:38]
-P: Roger. Fuel 103-100 [percent]. Oxygen 89-100 [percent]. Allthe power is good. Aurora seven status is Go in all respects. Over.
+P: Roger. Fuel 103-100 [percent]. Oxygen 89-100 [percent]. All the power is good. Aurora seven status is Go in all respects. Over.
[00:00:15:53.5]
CC: Roger. Say again fuel, please. Over.
@@ -373,7 +373,7 @@ CC: Correction. Aurora Seven, correction 1 Bravo. Make that 16 plus 52. Over.
P: Roger. Understand. 16 52.
[00:00:19:33]
-CC: Roger. Apogee altitude is 143 [nautical miies]. Perigee 86 [nautical miles]. Did you copy? Over.
+CC: Roger. Apogee altitude is 143 [nautical miles]. Perigee 86 [nautical miles]. Did you copy? Over.
[00:00:19:43.5]
P: Roger. 143 and 86 [nautical miles].
@@ -444,7 +444,7 @@ P: Loud and clear, Kano. Send your message.
CC: Roger, Aurora Seven. Are you going to be doing your caging, uncaging procedure now? Over.
[00:00:26:37.5]
-P: Roger. I--am a little behind in the flight plan at this mmnent. I have been unable at this time to install the MIT film. I finally have it. I'll go through the gyro uncaging procedure very shortly.
+P: Roger. I--am a little behind in the flight plan at this moment. I have been unable at this time to install the MIT film. I finally have it. I'll go through the gyro uncaging procedure very shortly.
[00:00:27:01]
CC: Roger.
@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@ _page : 81
P: At 00 29 43, the first time I was able to get horizon pictures with MIT film. Set at F8 and 125th. A picture to the south into the sun, directly down my flight path is number two. Number three, 15 degrees north at capsule elapse 00 30 17.
[00:00:30:29.5]
-P: Stowing the camera at this time. Going to the gyro uneaging procedure at this time. Fly-by-wire, now. Gyros going to cage. Maneuver at this point is on.
+P: Stowing the camera at this time. Going to the gyro uncaging procedure at this time. Fly-by-wire, now. Gyros going to cage. Maneuver at this point is on.
[00:00:31:02.5]
P: Pitching down, yawing left.
@@ -576,7 +576,7 @@ P: There is too much red light in the cockpit from the time correlation. Venus a
_extra : MUCHEA (FIRST PASS)
[00:00:49:28.5]
-CC: Aurora Seven. This is Muehea Cap Com. How do you read?
+CC: Aurora Seven. This is Muchea Cap Com. How do you read?
[00:00:49:34]
P: Hello, Muchea Cap Com, Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me, Deke?
@@ -659,13 +659,13 @@ CC: Seven from Muchea. Would you send us one more blood pressure?
P: Roger. Starting now.
[00:00:53:28.5]
-CC: We're going to send you a Z cai at this time.
+CC: We're going to send you a Z cal at this time.
[00:00:53:31]
-P: Roger. And--go ahead and sendit. I'll--you'll be interested to know that I have no moon, now. The horizon is clearly visible from my present position; that's at 00 54 44 elapsed. I believe the horizon on the dark side with no moon is very good for pitch and roll. The stars are adequate for yaw in, maybe 2 minutes of tracking. Over.
+P: Roger. And--go ahead and send it. I'll--you'll be interested to know that I have no moon, now. The horizon is clearly visible from my present position; that's at 00 54 44 elapsed. I believe the horizon on the dark side with no moon is very good for pitch and roll. The stars are adequate for yaw in, maybe 2 minutes of tracking. Over.
[00:00:54:01.5]
-CC: Roger, Understand. Sounds very good. Z cal off; R cai coming on. Mark.
+CC: Roger, Understand. Sounds very good. Z cal off; R cal coming on. Mark.
[00:00:54:12]
CC: Suggest that you back the fuel control back to your first black mark.
@@ -879,7 +879,7 @@ P: I am going to drifting flight at this time. Over.
CC: Roger.
[00:01:02:53.5]
-P: Gyros are caged. I have about a 2-degree-per-second yaw rate. All gyros are zero. I have Corvus directly above me I'm yawing over the top. I feel that my attitude is--the line of sight is nearly--nearly verticah
+P: Gyros are caged. I have about a 2-degree-per-second yaw rate. All gyros are zero. I have Corvus directly above me I'm yawing over the top. I feel that my attitude is--the line of sight is nearly--nearly vertical
[00:01:03:55]
P: I am in VOX record only now. The time is 01 04 00 elapsed. I'm searching the star charts.
@@ -897,7 +897,7 @@ P: At 01 05 00.
P: Attitudes are of no concern to me whatsoever. I know I'm drifting freely. The moon crossed the window not too long ago.
[00:01:05:51.5]
-P: Let's see, now what ean--I am at this moment rocking my arms back and forth and I can make this show up in the roll, yaw, and pitch needle. By moving my torso, I can make the pitch rate needle move up to I degree per second. Roll is, needle, rate needle is very sensitive to this. Yaw is also. Let's see, am going to open the visor at this time. Have a few crumbs of food floating around in the capsule.
+P: Let's see, now what can--I am at this moment rocking my arms back and forth and I can make this show up in the roll, yaw, and pitch needle. By moving my torso, I can make the pitch rate needle move up to I degree per second. Roll is, needle, rate needle is very sensitive to this. Yaw is also. Let's see, am going to open the visor at this time. Have a few crumbs of food floating around in the capsule.
[00:01:06:58.5]
P: At 01 06 106---at 1 minute, 1 hour and 7 minutes elapsed, I'm going above the scale to approximately 8 on cabin and suit.
@@ -911,7 +911,7 @@ P: Hello, hello, Canton Com Tech, Canton Com Tech, Aurora Seven. Weak but readab
CT: Aurora Seven, Aurora Seven. This is Canton Com Tech, Canton Com Tech. Do you read? Over.
[00:01:07:46.5]
-P: Hello, Canton Coln Tech, Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me?
+P: Hello, Canton Com Tech, Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me?
[00:01:08:23.5]
P: The food--hello, Canton Com Tech, Aurora Seven. How do you read?
@@ -1003,7 +1003,7 @@ CC: Roger, four swallows of water.
CC: You wish to start your comment now on the haze layer--there was the . . . pitch, and at the same time confirm that the flight plan is on schedule.
[00:01:14:16.5]
-P: Roger. I cannot confirm that the flight plan is completely on schedule. At sunset I was unable to see a separate haze layer--the samc height above the horizon that John reported. I'll watch closely at sunrise and see if I can pick it up. Over.
+P: Roger. I cannot confirm that the flight plan is completely on schedule. At sunset I was unable to see a separate haze layer--the same height above the horizon that John reported. I'll watch closely at sunrise and see if I can pick it up. Over.
[00:01:14:48]
CC: Roger.
@@ -1026,7 +1026,7 @@ CC: Okay, Scott. Good luck.
_extra : HAWAII (FIRST PASS)
[00:01:15:30.5]
-CT: Aurora Seven, ttawaii Com Tech. How do you read me? Over.
+CT: Aurora Seven, Hawaii Com Tech. How do you read me? Over.
[00:01:15:40]
P: I am in VOX record now. I heard Hawaii calling, ha ha, Hawaii calling. I will go to transmit directly, and see if we can pick up Hawaii.
@@ -1058,7 +1058,7 @@ P: All right. My--I am at 01 19 02. Have been several times completely disorient
_note: Astronaut Carpenter stated that the disorientation was with respect to the earth, and this occurred only when no visual reference was available. However, he remained oriented with respect to the spacecraft. See footnote 4.
[00:01:19:51]
-P: Excess cabin-water light came on at that time. I'll have to go back ali thc way down and off. Suit is--still high. The cabin-water gage is reading--plus 9, which is hard to believe.
+P: Excess cabin-water light came on at that time. I'll have to go back all the way down and off. Suit is--still high. The cabin-water gage is reading--plus 9, which is hard to believe.
[00:01:20:15]
P: My temperature, my body temperature doesn't feel . . . feel bad at all. My suit--yes, my suit temperature is down now, also.
@@ -1100,7 +1100,7 @@ P: Hello, Guaymas Com Tech. Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me?
CC: Roger. Aurora Seven, this is Guaymas Cap Com. How me? Over.
[00:01:27:33.5]
-P: Roger, Guaymas, loud and clear. My control mode is now fly-by-wire; gyros are caged, I'm in-- maneuver is off. I'll go to automatic mode directly. My status good; the capsule status is good. The fuel is 69-69 [percent], oxygen is 88-100 [percent]. Thc cabin steam vent has gone to plus 10, I believe that's a bad gage reading, and suit temperature steam vent is coming down slowly, now reading 68 [degrees]. Over.
+P: Roger, Guaymas, loud and clear. My control mode is now fly-by-wire; gyros are caged, I'm in-- maneuver is off. I'll go to automatic mode directly. My status good; the capsule status is good. The fuel is 69-69 [percent], oxygen is 88-100 [percent]. The cabin steam vent has gone to plus 10, I believe that's a bad gage reading, and suit temperature steam vent is coming down slowly, now reading 68 [degrees]. Over.
[00:01:28:16]
CC: Roger. Understand 68 [degrees]. How is your temperature comfort? Over.
@@ -1112,7 +1112,7 @@ P: Roger. My body comfort is good. I am tracking now a very small particle, one
CC: Roger. We're reading--we're having a--a bad body temperature reading on you, 102.4 [degrees], probably erroneous.
[00:01:28:48.5]
-P: I can't believe it. My suit temperature shows 60 [degrees] and I feel quite comfortable. I'm sure I would be sweating more than this ff my temperature were 102 [degrees].
+P: I can't believe it. My suit temperature shows 60 [degrees] and I feel quite comfortable. I'm sure I would be sweating more than this if my temperature were 102 [degrees].
[00:01:28:59.5]
CC: Your suit-inlet temperature, near 61 [degrees], so it looks pretty good.
@@ -1389,7 +1389,7 @@ CC: This is an oscillation in the balloon?
P: Yes.
[00:01:40:11]
-P: The line is still not taut. I have some pictures of the line just waving out in back. Ib, ould say we have about a one-cycle-per-minute oscillation. It's both in pitch and yaw.
+P: The line is still not taut. I have some pictures of the line just waving out in back. I would say we have about a one-cycle-per-minute oscillation. It's both in pitch and yaw.
[00:01:40:38.5]
CC: How many cycles per minute?
@@ -1457,7 +1457,7 @@ F: Will you run a blood pressure, please? Read you loud and clear.
P: Roger. Blood pressure starting now.
[00:01:43:30]
-P: I have lost sight of the ballo,.m at this minute.
+P: I have lost sight of the balloon at this minute.
[00:01:43:34]
F: Roger.
@@ -1568,13 +1568,13 @@ P: Hello.
_extra : KANO (SECOND PASS)
[00:01:54:15]
-CC: This is Kano. ttow do you read? Over.
+CC: This is Kano. How do you read? Over.
[00:01:54:17]
P: Hello, Kano. Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me?
[00:01:54:32.5]
-CC: Aurora Seven, Aurora Seven, this is Kano. ttow do you read? Over.
+CC: Aurora Seven, Aurora Seven, this is Kano. How do you read? Over.
[00:01:54:37]
P: Hello Kano. Loud and clear. How me?
@@ -1624,7 +1624,7 @@ _page : 90
CC: Can you see anything of the Gulf of Guinea?
[00:01:58:49.5]
-P: Roger. I just--jnst passed the coastline, and I am over a solid cloud cover at this time
+P: Roger. I just--just passed the coastline, and I am over a solid cloud cover at this time
[00:01:59:05]
CC: Roger, Aurora Seven. Would you care to send a greeting to the people of Nigeria?
@@ -1648,7 +1648,7 @@ P: Say again, Kano.
CC: Roger. Would you repeat in a few words why you thought the fuel usage was great? Over.
[00:02:00:06]
-P: I expended it on--by manual and fly-by-wire thruster operation on the dark side, and just appcoaching sunrise. I think that I can cut down the fuel consumption considerably on the second and third orbits. Over.
+P: I expended it on--by manual and fly-by-wire thruster operation on the dark side, and just approaching sunrise. I think that I can cut down the fuel consumption considerably on the second and third orbits. Over.
[00:02:00:32]
CC: Roger. Understand. Over.
@@ -1672,7 +1672,7 @@ CC: ... Over.
P: At this time, oh-oh, this doggone food bag is a problem.
[00:02:03:00]
-P: Actually, the food bag is not a problem, the food inside it is. It's crumbled. I dare not open the bag for fear the crumbs will get ali through the capsule.
+P: Actually, the food bag is not a problem, the food inside it is. It's crumbled. I dare not open the bag for fear the crumbs will get all through the capsule.
[00:02:03:43]
P: Things are very quiet.
@@ -1906,7 +1906,7 @@ P: Roger. My status is good; control mode is fly-by-wire; gyros normal; maneuver
CC: Roger What's it running now?
[00:02:23:58.5]
-P: Well, I'm reading 70 [degrees]. I'm really a little at a loss as to how to get it down, my suit---water valve is set now past the marks. This doesn't seem to being it down, and neither does putting it . . . negative. That's wrong. The cabin was past the marks. The suit temperature is at prelauneh value of about four. I'm going to go to a setting of plus 6 at this time and see if that will bring it down below 70 [degrees]. Over.
+P: Well, I'm reading 70 [degrees]. I'm really a little at a loss as to how to get it down, my suit---water valve is set now past the marks. This doesn't seem to being it down, and neither does putting it . . . negative. That's wrong. The cabin was past the marks. The suit temperature is at prelaunch value of about four. I'm going to go to a setting of plus 6 at this time and see if that will bring it down below 70 [degrees]. Over.
[00:02:24:40.5]
CC: Okay. Fine. We're indicating 84 [degrees] suit which is a bit high.
@@ -2149,18 +2149,18 @@ P: Hello, Woomera. Aurora Seven. Loud and clear. How me?
CC: Roger. You are loud and clear, also.
[00:02:32:20.5]
-CC: We copied your transmission over Muehea. Understand you still have the balloon on. Is that an affirmative?
+CC: We copied your transmission over Muchea. Understand you still have the balloon on. Is that an affirmative?
[00:02:32:26]
-P: That is affirmative. I have the balloon on. However, I haven't seen it for some time. It wanders quite a bit and I do not have it in sight at this moment. I believe that--it might bo visible against the earth background at this time.
+P: That is affirmative. I have the balloon on. However, I haven't seen it for some time. It wanders quite a bit and I do not have it in sight at this moment. I believe that--it might be visible against the earth background at this time.
[00:02:32:49]
CC: Roger. Do you see the moon at all?
_page : 94
[00:02:32:52]
-P: I am faced the wrong way and limited in maneuverability I have left because of my fuel state. I can see the terminator between moonlit side, and umnoonlit side. Over.
+P: I am faced the wrong way and limited in maneuverability I have left because of my fuel state. I can see the terminator between moonlit side, and unmoonlit side. Over.
[00:02:33:08.5]
CC: Roger. Understand.
@@ -2235,7 +2235,7 @@ P: For the record now--
P: One of the labels for a fuse switch has slipped out, and sideways, and has tied the adjoining fuse switch together with it. This happened to emergency-main and reserve-deploy fuse switches.
[00:02:38:06.5]
-P: I caged the gyros. They are too critical. I witl try and navigate on the dark side without the gyros.
+P: I caged the gyros. They are too critical. I will try and navigate on the dark side without the gyros.
[00:02:38:30]
P: The fuse switch should be glued in better so that turning off one fuse does not turn off the adjoining one.
@@ -2275,7 +2275,7 @@ CC: Do you plan on eating as called for by ... Over.
_page : 95
[00:02:44:57]
-P: I did have the visor open a short time ago for the xylose pill. All of the rest of the food that I have aboard has either crumbled or melted. It's unusable in its present state so I think the xylose pill will constitude my last zero g meal. However, the first one, before the food crumbled, was quite easy. It's no problem to eat this bite-size food--ia a weightless state. I also drank some water at that time, which was no problem.
+P: I did have the visor open a short time ago for the xylose pill. All of the rest of the food that I have aboard has either crumbled or melted. It's unusable in its present state so I think the xylose pill will constitute my last zero g meal. However, the first one, before the food crumbled, was quite easy. It's no problem to eat this bite-size food--in a weightless state. I also drank some water at that time, which was no problem.
[00:02:45:32.5]
CC: Roger. I take it, from what you said then, that you have confirmed that your faceplate is closed for the decision on the third orbit.
@@ -2329,7 +2329,7 @@ CC: Everything continues to look very good here on the ground. I've got a readin
P: Roger.
[00:02:48:14]
-CC: We find now that thc the O3 partial pressure is fluctuating slightly, and the--hanging around 4.2 [psia].
+CC: We find now that the the O3 partial pressure is fluctuating slightly, and the--hanging around 4.2 [psia].
[00:02:48:26.5]
CC: Did you ?
@@ -2393,7 +2393,7 @@ P: Roger.
_page : 96
[00:02:50:45.5]
-CC: Do you have an auto-fuel warning hght?
+CC: Do you have an auto-fuel warning light?
[00:02:50:48]
P: That is right. I have reported it, and I believe I reported it a long time ago. It is covered with tape at the moment.
@@ -2447,7 +2447,7 @@ P: I must adjust my attitude to within scanner limits first.
CC: Roger.
[00:02:54:18.5]
-P: There were some more of those--little particles. They definitley look like snowflakes this time.
+P: There were some more of those--little particles. They definitely look like snowflakes this time.
[00:02:54:26]
CC: Roger. Understand. Your particles look like definite snowflakes.
@@ -2684,7 +2684,7 @@ _page : 98
_extra : CAPE CANAVERAL (THIRD PASS)
[00:03:07:12.5]
-CC: Aurora Seven, Cape Cap Coln.
+CC: Aurora Seven, Cape Cap Comm.
[00:03:07:15]
P: Roger Cape. Loud and clear and break, break. Guaymas, the wobulator is back on now.
@@ -2717,7 +2717,7 @@ P: 3 plus 34, Roger.
CC: Roger, can you describe the balloon and its actions a little to us?
[00:03:08:35]
-P: Yes, it has a random drift. There is no oscillation that I can predict whatsoever. The--the line leading to the balloon sometimes is tight; sometimes is loosc loose enough, so that there are loops in it. Its--its behaviour is strictly random as far as I can tell. The balh)on is not inflated well either. It's an oblong shape out there, rather than a round figure; and I believe when the sun is on it, the day-glow orange is the most brilliant, and the silver. That's about all I can tell you, Gus.
+P: Yes, it has a random drift. There is no oscillation that I can predict whatsoever. The--the line leading to the balloon sometimes is tight; sometimes is loosc loose enough, so that there are loops in it. Its--its behaviour is strictly random as far as I can tell. The balloon is not inflated well either. It's an oblong shape out there, rather than a round figure; and I believe when the sun is on it, the day-glow orange is the most brilliant, and the silver. That's about all I can tell you, Gus.
[00:03:09:28.5]
CC: Roger. Surgeon suggests that you drink as much water as you can. Drink it as often as you can.
@@ -3044,7 +3044,9 @@ CC: Roger.
[00:03:41:19]
P: Also another departure from the plan is the fact that I have been unable to jettison the balloon. The balloon is still attached--should be no problem.
-In paper 7, Astronaut Carpenter is quoted as follows: "Times when the gyros were caged and nothing was visible out the window, I had no idea where the earth was in relation to the spacecraft. However, it did not seem important to me. I knew at all times that I had only to wait and the earth would again appear in the window."
+_note: In paper 7, Astronaut Carpenter is quoted as follows: Times when the gyros were caged and nothing was visible out the window, I had no idea where the earth was in relation to the spacecraft. However, it did not seem important to me. I knew at all times that I had only to wait and the earth would again appear in the window.
+
+_extra: Quote marks from the note removed, as apparently we don't encode them properly when parsing. This is issue 205.
_page : 101
@@ -3183,7 +3185,7 @@ P: Understand, 04 32 34.
CC: Good.
[00:03:58:36]
-P: Okay. It's goinginto the clock now--whoop.
+P: Okay. It's going into the clock now--whoop.
[00:03:58:46.5]
CC: We indicate 35.
@@ -3331,7 +3333,7 @@ CC: You say visor is open?
P: That's negative. I did not open it. I won't open it until I get through with these readings. Phecda now extincts at 1.7 in the mid, in mid position between the haze layer and the earth. Okay, Woomera, my--my status is very good. The suit temperature is coming down substantially. Steam vent temperature is not down much, but the suit environment temperature is 60 [degrees]. I'm quite comfortable. Cabin temperature is 101 [degrees]; cabin is holding an indicated 4.8; oxygen is 75-100 [percent], all d-e power continues to be good, 20 Amps; both a-c busses are good; fuel reads 46 and 40 [percent]. I am in drifting flight. I have had plenty of water to drink. The visor is coming open now. And blood pressure is coming your way at this time.
[00:04:08:00.5]
-P: Hello, Woomera, Woomera Cap Com, thisis Aurora Seven. Did you copy my last? Over.
+P: Hello, Woomera, Woomera Cap Com, this is Aurora Seven. Did you copy my last? Over.
[00:04:09:27.5]
P: Cabin temperature, cabin water flow is all the way off and reducing back to about 7.5 now, a little bit less. At this time cabin steam vent going to record only.
@@ -3346,7 +3348,7 @@ P: There is the moon.
P: Looks no different--here than it does on the ground.
[00:04:11:51]
-P: Visor is open and the visor is coming closed nowat this time.
+P: Visor is open and the visor is coming closed now at this time.
[00:04:12:28]
P: I have put the moon--in the center of the window and it just drifts very, very little.
@@ -3378,7 +3380,7 @@ _page : 104
P: Sunrise. Ahhhhh! Beautiful lighted fireflies that time. It was luminous that time. But it's only, okay, they all right, I have if anybody reads, I have the fireflies. They are very bright. They are capsule emanating. I can rap the hatch and stir off hundreds of them. Rap the side of the capsule; huge streams come out. They--some appear to glow. Let me yaw around the other way.
[00:04:20:25]
-P: Some appear to glow but I don't believe they really do; it's just thc light of the sun. I'll try to get a picture of it. They're brilliant. I think they would really shine through 9 on the photometer. I'll rap. Let's see.
+P: Some appear to glow but I don't believe they really do; it's just thethe light of the sun. I'll try to get a picture of it. They're brilliant. I think they would really shine through 9 on the photometer. I'll rap. Let's see.
[00:04:21:39.5]
P: Taking some pictures at F 2.8 and bulb. The pictures now, here, one of the balloon. The sun is too bright now. That's where they come from. They are little tiny white pieces of frost. I judge from this that the whole side of the capsule must have frost on it.
@@ -3392,7 +3394,7 @@ CT: Aurora Seven, this is Hawaii Com Tech, how do you read?
P: Hello, Hawaii, loud and clear. How me?
[00:04:22:19]
-P: Hawafi Com Tech.
+P: Hawaii Com Tech.
[00:04:22:21]
CT: Seven, Hawaii Com Tech, I read you momentarily on UHF. How do you read? Over.
@@ -3413,7 +3415,7 @@ CC: Gee, you are weak; but I read you. You are readable. Are you on UHF-Hi?
P: Roger, UHF-Hi.
[00:04:22:47.5]
-CC: Roger, Orientate the spacecraft and go to thc ASCS.
+CC: Roger, Orientate the spacecraft and go to the ASCS.
[00:04:22:53.5]
P: Roger, Will do.
@@ -3573,7 +3575,7 @@ P: Roger.
CC: 4, 3, 2, 1, 0.
[00:04:33:14.5]
-P: Okay. Fire 1, fire 2, and fire 3. I had to punch off manually. I have alittle bit of smoke in the capsule.
+P: Okay. Fire 1, fire 2, and fire 3. I had to punch off manually. I have a little bit of smoke in the capsule.
[00:04:33:30]
CC: Attitudes hold, Scotty.
@@ -3825,7 +3827,7 @@ P: Bright orange glow.
P: Picking up just a little acceleration now.
[00:04:46:17.5]
-P: Not much glow: just a little. Reading 0.5 g. Aux Damp seems to be doing welh My fuel, I hope, holds out. There is 1 g. Getting a few streamers of smoke out behind. There's some green flashes out there.
+P: Not much glow: just a little. Reading 0.5 g. Aux Damp seems to be doing well My fuel, I hope, holds out. There is 1 g. Getting a few streamers of smoke out behind. There's some green flashes out there.
[00:04:47:02.5]
P: Reentry is going pretty well. Aux Damp seems to be keeping oscillations pretty good. We're at 1 1/2 g's now. There was a large flaming piece coming off. Almost looked like it came off the tower.

0 comments on commit 645a3cf

Please sign in to comment.