Dr. James E. Tomayko Collection of NASA Documents

Collection Summary

Title: Dr. James E. Tomayko Collection of NASA Documents
Call Number: MS 87-08
Size: 25.75 linear feet
Acquisition: Donated by Dr. James E. Tomayko
Processed by: KJC, 9-9-1911; JEF, 12-22-1997; MCL, 5-2-2002; MRJ and MN, 2-2017
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher, to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Content Note

The Dr. James Tomayko collection contains various documents obtained from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) dating from June, 1965 to February 1979. These documents include logbooks from the recovery teams in the Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, and Apollo-Soyuz space missions, various contract proposals on the Space Shuttle Program between NASA and the Singer Corporation, and finally there are a great quantity of photographs of the individual modular components on the Apollo, Skylab and the Apollo-Soyuz missions. It would be helpful to read the reports in Subseries 2.1, Box 33 FF 9 first, because it contains a concise summary of many of the documents found in the collection.

Biography

Dr. James E. Tomayko was a teaching professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, and a Senior Member of the Technical Staff of the Software Engineering Institute. He was the Acting Director of the Master of Software Engineering Program in CS. Dr. Tomayko directs the Software Development Studio for the MSE program, which provides students with a laboratory for direct application of concepts learned in coursework. The Studio has produced a variety of software products. Clients have included Boeing, NASA, Westinghouse, Innovative Systems, Inc., and the United States Air Force. Previously, he was leader of the Academic Education Project at the SEI.

Prior to returning to Carnegie Mellon in 1989, he founded the software engineering graduate program at The Wichita State University. He worked in industry through employee, contract, or consulting relationships with NCR, NASA, Boeing Defense and Space Group, Carnegie Works, Xerox, the Westinghouse Energy Center, Keithley Instruments, PPG, and Mycro-Tek.

Dr. Tomayko's courses on managing software development and overviews of software engineering are the best-selling Academic Series courses in the SEI. He gave seminars and lectures on software fault tolerance, software development management, and software process improvement at over 200 universities and companies in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Spain, the United Kingdom, Colombia, China, and France.

Tomayko had a parallel career in the history of technology, specializing in the history of computing in aerospace. He has written three books and two articles on spacecraft computer systems and software, primarily concentrating on NASA's systems. For the last eight years, he researched the history of fly-by-wire technology, and has published three papers on the subject. A book, for NASA, is in preparation. Dr. Tomayko was on the editorial staff of the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.

Dr. Tomayko died January 9, 2006.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1-32  
Subseries 1.1 Box 1-6 Documents, 1976-1979. Arranged chronologically and topically. Boxes 1-3 contains the Space Shuttle Mission Simulator (SMS) Design Review Minutes, SMS Interim Technical Progress Reports, and SMS & OAS monthly Technical Progress Reports of contract proposals between NASA and the Singer Company. Boxes 4-6 contain various Work Packages which are supplements to the SMS Design Review Minutes and cover the contracts between NASA and the Singer Company.
Subseries 1.2 Box 7-8 Logbooks, 1965-1975. Arranged chronologically. These boxes contain the recovery teams' logbooks from the Gemini 4 to the Apollo-Soyuz space missions.
Su bseries 1.3 Box 9-32 Photographs, 1966-1975. Arranged chronologically and topically. Boxes 9-10 contain photographs of the Apollo Command Module and Lunar Module in mock up and interior views of the Apollo 10 Command Module and the Lunar Module 4. Boxes 11-30 contain the different modules of the Skylab Missions. Box 11 contains photographs of the Apollo Telescope Mount (ATM). Boxes 12-14 contains photographs of the Multiple Docking Adapter (MDA). Boxes 15-17 contain photographs of the Airlock Module (AM), of Skylab Flight Repair and of the interior of the main body on Skylab. Boxes 18-27 contain photographs of the different sections on the Orbital Workshop Station (OWS). Boxes 28-29 contain photographs of the Command Service Module on Skylab II and IV. Box 30 contains photographs of Skylab Flight Crew Hardware and Equipment. Boxes 31-32 contain photographs of the Command Service Module on the Apollo-Soyuz Mission (ASTP).
Series 2 Box 33-50  
Subseries 2.1 Box 33-42 Documents
Subseries 2.2 Box 43 Microfiche
Subseries 2.3 Box 44-48 Cassette Tapes
Subseries 2.4 Box 49 Slides
Subseries 2.5 Box 50 Dr. Tomayko's NASA report "Computers In Spaceflight." This report is based upon the archive materials stored in Special Collections at Wichita State University. This report was donated by David T. Craig.

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 Subseries 1

Box 1FF 1Contains the SMS Design Review Minutes from July 1 to August 27, 1976:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Ancillary, Contract Item: Voice Comm., C & W Audio and Tacan Audio. Date: July 1, 1976, Location: Binghamton, New York (Minutes are either incomplete or misplace.); (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Ancillary-Power (CDR), Contract End Item: SCE and Ancillary, Date: August 26, 1976, Location: Binghamton, New York; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Peripheral Voice Comm., Tacan and C & W Audio, Date: August 27, 1976, Location: Binghamton, New York.
Box 1FF 2Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 7-BMS, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 3, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston.
Box 1FF 3Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7-IMU, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 8, 19796, Location: Nova Building, Houston.
Box 1FF 4Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18 Master Timing, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: November 9, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 5Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7-GNCI, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 10, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 6Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 7-C & D, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 10, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 7Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #11-ASC and Landing Gear, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 12, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #30 NSS(PDR), Contract End Item: NSS, Date: November 16, 1976, Location: BGM, New York.
Box 1FF 8Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18 CRT Software, Contract End Item: CDR, Date: November 16, 17, and 18, Location: Binghamton, New York.
Box 1FF 9Contains the last half of Work Package: 18 CRT Software, Date: November 16, 17, and 18.
Box 1FF 10Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: W.P. #18 Data Retrieval, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: November 22, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 11Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18 Master Control, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: November 23, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 12Contains the last half of Work Package: 18 Master Control, Date: November 23, 1976, which is the Engineering Design Report-Support Software.
Box 1FF 13Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #11-Ejection Seat, Separation, and Payload Bay Doors, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: November 24, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 14Contains SMS Design Review Minutes from December 1-9, 1976:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 29, Contract End Item: NSS, Date: December 1-3, 1976, Location: Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: SCE for NSS, Date: December 2, 1976, Location: Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8-5 Bond, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: December 9, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 15Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 130AERO and TAERO, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: December 10, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 16Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #23-Digital Computer Complex, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: December 13, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 17Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #23-Digital Computer Complex, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 13, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 18Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #19, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: December 14, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 19Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #19, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: December 14, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: W.P. #8-Caution and Warning, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 15, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: W.P. #1-EPDCS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 15, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 20Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18 Real Time Input/Output, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 16, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 21Contains the last half of Work Package: 18 Real Time Input/Output, Date: December 16, 1976 regarding CIOS Data Structure.
Box 1FF 22Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: December 22, 1976:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 13-OTEOM, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 17, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 9-Gas Supply Subsystem, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 21, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #9-FLS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 22, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 23Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: January 6-10, 1977:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #5-RLS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 6, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: January 6, 1977, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 6, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-TREOM, TVACS, TTEOM, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 7, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8, Flight Recorder Subsystem, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 10, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 10, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (6) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8 Network Signal Processor, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 10, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 24Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: January 12-26, 1977:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8-Measurement Processing Subsystem, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 12, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8 PCM Master Unit, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 12, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #4-SRB, Contract End Item: Critical Deign Review, Date: January 13, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 9-Water loop Subsystem (WLS), Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 20, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7 Star Tracker, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 26, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 25Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: January 27-31, 1977:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #11-Ejection, Separation, and Payload Bay Doors, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 27, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #3-SSMEC, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 27, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #9 Air Purification Subsystem, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 27, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-Mass Properties, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: January 28, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18 Software Structure, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: January 31, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 1FF 26Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: February 2-8, 1977:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7-GNCI, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 3, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #9-SRS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 3, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 29, Contract End Item: NSS Processing Software (PDR), Date: February 8, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York.
Box 1FF 27Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: February 8-17, 1977:  (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Ancillary, Contract End Item: CTE, Date: February 8, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Ancillary, Contract End Item: NSS Power (CDR), Date: February 8, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 24 SCE and Ancillary, Contract End Item: NSS Communications CDR, Date: February 8, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 30, Contract End Item: Consoles (CDR), Date: February 9, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #1-PRSD, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 11, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (6) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-PEOM, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 17, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 1Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: February 18-23, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-Geo-Environment, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: February 18, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 19 Analytical Readiness, Contract End Item: PDR, Date: February 23, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 2Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: February 24-25, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #11-ASC and Lending Gear, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 24, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #8-5-Band, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 24, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-Mass Properties, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 25, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #3-Main Engine and ET, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: February 25, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 3Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: March 2-24, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7-ADS, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: March 2, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13-OAERO/TAERO, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: March 4, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #24, Contract End Item: SCE/CTE CDR, Date: March 8, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #24, Contract End Item: SCE/CTE CDR, Date: March 8, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #13, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: March 24, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 4Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: April 5-14, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #29, Groundtrack Processor, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: April 5, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #19, Interface Diagnostics, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: April 7, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #7-IMU, Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review, Date: April 14, 1977, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 5Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: April 21, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #30 NSS CRT Software, Contract End Item: PDR, Date: April 21, 1977, Location: Houston, Texas; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #18 Malfunction Insertion, Contract End Item: CDR, Date: April 21, 1977, Location: Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 6Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 29, Contract End Item: PM, PM Device, Voice Mod., Voice Demod., Date: April 26, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York.
Box 2FF 7Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: April 28-May 26, 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #29, Contract End Item: NSS Wideband Recorder System (CDR), Date: April 28, 1977, Location: Binghamton, New York; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #29, NSS Telemetry and Command Software, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: May 17, 1977, Location: Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: NSS Telemetry and Command Software, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: May 17, 1977, Location: Houston, Texas; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #27, Contract End Item: CDR, Date: May 25, 1977, Location: Houston, Texas. (Minutes are eight incomplete or misplaced.); (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 29 NSS, Contract End Item: Telemetry System, Date: May 26, 1977, Location: Texas Link Powers Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 8Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18, NSS Logging, 18 NSS Simulation Input Control and 19 NSS Delogging, Contract End Item: PDR, Date: June 1, 1977, Location: Powers Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 2FF 9Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Date: June 16-August 1977:   (1) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 15 - Image Generation, Contract End Item: FBCS SIG: Online Color Mod. Program, Date: June 16, 1977, Location: Singer-Lunnyyale; (2) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 10, Contract End Item: DPS IP CDP, Date: June 29, 1977, Location: 1120 Powers Building, Houston, Texas; (3) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 7-ADS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: July 15, 1977, Location: 1120 NASA Rd. 1; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18, Master Control: 18, Real-Time I/O, Contract End Item: PDR (Preliminary Design Review), Date: August 16, 1977, Location: Powers Building, Houston, Texas. (Minutes are either incomplete or misplaced.)
Box 2FF 10Contains SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: 18, On Board Computer Support Software (CBCSS), Contract End Item: Preliminary Design Review (PDR), Date: September 26, 1977, Location: Powers Building.
Box 2FF 11Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for September, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated October 16, 1976.
Box 2FF 12Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for October, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated November 29, 1976.
Box 2FF 13Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for November, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated November 29, 1976.
Box 2FF 14Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for December, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated January 4, 1977.
Box 2FF 15Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for January, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated February 2, 1977.
Box 2FF 16Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for February, 1976 from the Singer-Simulation Products Division to NASA dated March 2, 1977.
Box 2FF 17Contains the SMS Interim Technical Progress Report for March, 1977.
Box 2FF 18Contains SMS Intermin Technical Progress Report for the month of April, 1977.
Box 2FF 19Contains SMS Intermin Technical Progress Report for the month of June, 1977 first half.
Box 2FF 20Contains SMS Intermin Technical Progress Report for the month of June, 1977 second half.
Box 2FF 21Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending July 30, 1976 from Singer Simulation Products.
Box 2FF 22Contains OAS Monthly Technical Progress Reports for August and September, 1976:  (1) OAS (Orbiter Aeroflight Simulator) Monthly Technical Program Report NASA Contract NAS-9-14497 Type 2 Data, August 6, 1976 from Singer Simulation Products Division, Binghamton, New York; (2) OAS (Orbiter Aeroflight Simulator) Monthly Technical Program Report NASA Contract NAS-9-14497 Type 2 Data, September 18, 1976 from Singer Simulation Products Division, Binghamton, New York.
Box 2FF 23Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data for the month ending October 1, 1976 from Singer Simulation Products first half.
Box 2FF 24Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data for the month ending October 1, 1976 from Singer Simulation Products last half.
Box 3FF 1Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending February 25, 1977 from Singer-Link Division.
Box 3FF 2Contains the first half of the SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending May 27, 1977 from Singer-Link Division.
Box 3FF 3Contains the last half of the SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending May 27, 1997 from Singer-Link Division.
Box 3FF 4Contains the Monthly Technical Program Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023, DRL Number T-1224, Line Item Number 6, DRD Number MA-611T, for the period of June 1-30, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 3FF 5Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending July 1, 1977 from Singer-Link Division (first half.)
Box 3FF 6Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending July 1, 1977 from Singer-Link Division (second half.)
Box 3FF 7Contains the Monthly Technical Program Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period July 1-31, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company (first half.)
Box 3FF 8Contains the Monthly Technical Program Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period July 1-31, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company (second half.)
Box 3FF 9Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending July 29, 1977 from Singer-Link Division (first half.)
Box 3FF 10Contains SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending July 29, 1977 from Singer-Link Division (second half.)
Box 3FF 11Contains the Monthly Technical Progress Reports for August and October, 1977:  (1) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period August, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company; (2) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period October, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 3FF 12Contains the Monthly Technical Progress Report for November and December, 1977:  (1) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period November, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company; (2) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period December, 1977 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 3FF 13Contains the Monthly Technical Progress Report for January and February, 1978:  (1) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period January, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company; (2) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period February, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 3FF 14Contains the Monthly Technical Progress Reports for March-May, 1978:   (1) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period March, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company; (2) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period April, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company; (3) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period May, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 3FF 15Contains the SMS Monthly Technical Progress Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data for the month ending May 26, 1978 from Singer-Link Division.
Box 3FF 16Contains the Monthly Technical Progress Report for December, 1978 and January 1979:  (1) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period December, 1978 from Link Division-Singer Company; (2) Monthly Technical Progress Report Contract No. NAS 9-15023 for the period January, 1979 from Link Division-Singer Company.
Box 4FF 1Contains MS Voice Communications, C & W Audio, TACAN Audio, CEI Part 1, Detail Specification, "Preliminary"-NASA Approval Pending, NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type Data, Date: June 15, 1976.
Box 4FF 2Contains the Engineering Design Report Freon Loop Subsystem (FLS) Environmental Control and Life Support Systems dated August 23, 1976 and the Engineering Design Report Environmental Control and Life Support System Space Radiator Subsystem dated August 30, 1976.
Box 4FF 3Contains the SMS Data Book for the Guidance, Navigation and Control Inertial Measurement Unit undated November 11, 1976.
Box 4FF 4Contains the Engineering Design Report Support Software dated September 1, 1976.
Box 4FF 5Contains the Engineering Design Report-Environmental Control and Life Support Systems Gas Supply Subsystem dated September 27, 1976.
Box 4FF 6Contains the SMS Engineering Design Report Environmental Control and Life Support Systems Atmosphere Circulation Subsystem dated October 4, 1976, the SMS Engineering Design Report Environmental Control and Life Support System Atmospheric Purification Subsystem dated October 22, 1976, and the SMS Engineering Design Report Environmental control and Life Support System Water Loop Subsystem dated October 26, 1976.
Box 4FF 7Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#18 (PDR) CRT Software Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data November 12, 1976.
Box 4FF 8Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#18 (PDR) CRT Software Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data November 12, 1976.
Box 4FF 9Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#18 (PDR) CRT Software Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data November 12, 1976.
Box 4FF 10Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#18 (PDR) CRT Software Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data November 12, 1976.
Box 4FF 11Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Freon Loop Subsystem Work Package 9 dated December 6, 1976.
Box 4FF 12Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Gas Supply Subsystem dated December 6, 1976.
Box 4FF 13Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Environmental Control and Life Support System Atmosphere Circulation Subsystem dated December 3, 1976.
Box 4FF 14Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Environmental Control and Life Support System Atmosphere Circulation Subsystem dated December 3, 1976.
Box 4FF 15Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Environmental Control and Life Support System Atmosphere Purification Subsystem dated January 5, 1977.
Box 4FF 16Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Environmental Control and Life Support System Water Loop Subsystem dated January 5, 1977.
Box 4FF 17Contains the Critical Design Review for the Record/Playback Subsystem was held January 11, 1977.
Box 4FF 18Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#16 Subsection: Image Display (PDR) Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 17, 19-7 and the SMS Engineering Design Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data Date: October 27, 1976.
Box 4FF 19Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#16 Subsection: Image Display (PDR) Contract no. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 17, 19-7 and the SMS Engineering Design Report NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data Date: October 27, 1976.
Box 4FF 20Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#20 Subsection: Crew Station (PDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 19, 1977 and the SMS Crew Station CEI Part 1, Detail Specification NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Date: June 15, 1976.
Box 4FF 21Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#20 Subsection: Crew Station (PDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 19, 1977 and the SMS Crew Station CEI Part 1, Detail Specification NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Date: June 15, 1976.
Box 4FF 22Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#20 Subsection: Crew Station (PDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 19, 1977 and the SMS Crew Station CEI Part 1, Detail Specification NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Date: June 15, 1976.
Box 4FF 23Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#24 Subsection: SEC (PDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: January 18, 1977.
Box 4FF 24Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Environmental Control and life Support Space Radiator Subsystem dated: January 18, 1977.
Box 4FF 25Contains the Design review Summary Report WP#24 Subsection: Aural Cue (CORPORATION) Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data, Dated: February 3, 1977 and the SMS Data Book NASA Contract NAS 9-14910 Type 2 Data, Date: August 9, 1976 Section 24-(Aural One.)
Box 5FF 1Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 2Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 3Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 4Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 5Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 6Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 7Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 8Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 9Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 10Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 11Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 12Contains the Design Review Summary Report WP#15 Image Generation System (PDR/CDR) Contract No. NAS 9-14910 Type 1 Data Dated: February 28, 1977.
Box 5FF 13Contains the NSS CPCEI Part 1 Type 1 Data Preliminary NASA Approval Pending NAS 9-14910 Telemetry and Command Network System Date: May 2, 1977 and the NSS Data Book Telemetry and Command Network Software NASA Contract NASA-14910 Type 2 Data, Date: May 2, 1977.
Box 5FF 14Contains the NSS CPCEI Part 1 Type 1 Data Preliminary NASA Approval Pending NAS 9-14910 Telemetry and Command Network System Date: May 2, 1977 and the NSS Data Book Telemetry and Command Network Software NASA Contract NASA-14910 Type 2 Data, Date: May 2, 1977.
Box 5FF 15Contains the NSS CPCEI Part 1 Type 1 Data Preliminary NASA Approval Pending NAS-9-14910 Telemetry and Command Network System. Date: May 2, 1977.
Box 5FF 16Contains the NSS CPCEI Part 1 Type 1 Data Preliminary NASA Approval Pending NAS-9-14910 Telemetry and Command Network System. Date: May 2, 1977. Contains the NSS Engineering Design Report Telemetry and Command Software Processing Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, May 4, 1977.
Box 5FF 17Contains the NSS Engineering Design Report Telemetry and Command Software Processing Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, May 4, 1977.
Box 5FF 18Contains another copy of the NSS Engineering Design Report Telemetry and Command Software Processing Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, Date: May 3, 1977.
Box 5FF 19Contains another copy of the NSS Engineering Design Report Telemetry and Command Software Processing Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, Date: May 3, 1977.
Box 5FF 20Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910 Work Package 23 Digital Computer Complex (CDR) dated May 23, 1977.
Box 6FF 1Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package: 1, Description: Electrical Power System (CDR), Date: April 6, 1977 and the sub-work packages related to this project:  (1) The overall project: the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package 1, Description Power System (CDR) dated April 6, 1977; (2) The CPCEI Part I EPS Software Detailed Specification dated September 30, 1976; (3) Engineering Design Report Fuel Cell Power Plants Subsystem Electrical Power System dated June 24, 1976; (4) Data Book Fuel Cell Power Plants Subsystem Electrical Power System dated June 24, 1976; (5) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package #1 Fuel Cess Powerplants, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: November 8, 1976, Location: Nova Building, Houston, Texas.
Box 6FF 2Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package: 1, Description: Electrical Power System (CDR), Date: April 6, 1977 and the sub-work packages related to this project:  (1) Contains the SMS CPCEI Part I Fuel Cell Power Plants Subsystem Work Package 1 dated September 27, 1976.
Box 6FF 3Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package: 1, Description: Electrical Power System (CDR), Date: April 6, 1977 and the sub-work packages related to this project:  (1) SMS Engineering Design Report Power Reactant Storage and Distribution Subsystem Electrical Power System dated September 29, 1976; (2) Engineering Design Report Electrical Power Distribution and Control Subsystem Electrical Power System dated September 8, 1976; (3) Data Book Electrical Power Distribution and Control Subsystem dated September 8, 1976; (4) SMS Design Review Minutes, Work Package: #1-EPDCS, Contract End Item: Critical Design Review, Date: December 16, 1976, Location: Nova Building.
Box 6FF 4Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package: 1, Description: Electrical Power System (CDR), Date: April 6, 1977 and the sub-work packages related to this project:  (1) Contains the SMS CPCEI Part 1 Electrical Power System Power Reactant Storage and Distribution Subsystem dated January 27, 1977.
Box 6FF 5Contains the SMS Design Review Summary Report, JSC No. 10991, DRL Item No. 4, Contract NASA-14910, Work Package: 1, Description: Electrical Power System (CDR), Date: April 6, 1977 and the sub-work packages related to this project; (1) SMS Data Book Power Reactant Storage and Distribution Subsystem Electrical Power System dated September 29, 1976; (2) SMS CPCEI Part 1 Electrical Power System Electrical Power Distribution and Control Subsystem dated November 30, 1976.
Box 6FF 6NSS Real-Time Input/Output Subsystem Performance Requirements dated August 3, 1977:  (1) SMS Network Stimulation System (NSS) Recorder System CEI Part 1, Detail Specification, "Preliminary"--NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NAS-9-14910, Type 1 Data, Dated: November 18, 1976; (2) SMS Network Simulation System (NSS) Downlink Receiver System CEI Part 1 Detail Specification, "Preliminary"--NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NASA-14910, Type 1 Data, Dated, November 19, 1976; (3) SMS Digital Voice Modulator CEI Part 1 Detail Specification, "Preliminary"--NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NASA-9-14910 Type 1 Data dated November 22, 1976; (4) SMS Voice Demodulators CEI Part 1 Detail Specification "Preliminary"--NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 1 Data dated November 22, 1976; (5) SMS S-Band and M/L PM Devices CEI Part 1 Details Specification "Preliminary--NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 dated November 22, 1976; (6) SMS FM Device CEI Part 1 Detail Specification "Preliminary" NASA Approval Pending NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 dated November 22, 1976; (7) SMS Data Book Network Simulation System dated November 22, 1976 (Downlink: Voice Demodulator.); (8) SMS Data Book Network Simulation System dated November 22, 1976 (Downlink: S-Band and M/L, PM Devices.); (9) SMS Data Book Network Simulation System dated November 22, 1976 (Downlink: S-Band FM Device.); (10) SMS Data Book Network Simulation System dated November 22, 1976 (Downlink: Maintenance and Loop Recorders.); (11) NSS Data Book NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, Dated: November 18, 1976 (WP29-NSS Recorder System.); (12) NSS Data Book NASA Contract NAS-9-14910 Type 2 Data, Dated: November 18, 1976 (WP29-Downlink Receiver System.); (13) SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Downlink S-Band and M/L PM) dated November 22, 1976.
Box 6FF 7SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Downlink: S-Band FM) dated November 22, 1976:  (1) SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Downlink: Maintenance and Loop Recorders) dated November 22, 1976; (2) SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Downlink: Voice Modulator) dated November 22, 1976; (3) SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Downlink: Voice Demodulator) dated November 22, 1976; (4) SMS Engineering Design Report Network Simulation System (Miscellaneous Systems--TV, TTY, MOC, DTE) dated November 23, 1976.
Box 6FF 8Contains miscellaneous pages from various reports of which we were unable to match.

Series 1 Subseries 2

Box 7Logbook #1 contains the Recovery Team's Logbook for Gemini 4 through Gemini 7 missions, June 2, 1965-December 18, 1965. GT-4 (Gemini 4) Recovery Coordinator Log June 2-9, 1965 page A-1. GT-5 (Gemini 5) Recovery Coordinator Log August 17-30, 1965, pages 3-35. GTA-6/7 (Gemini 6/7) Recovery Coordinator Log October 23-December 18, 1965, pages 37-115.
Box 7Logbook #2 contains the Recovery Team's Logbook for Gemini 8 through Apollo 7 missions, March 13, 1966-October 23, 1968. Gemini 8 Recovery Coordinator Log March 13-18, 1966, pages 3-17; G-IX (Gemini 9) First Try, GT-9A, G-IXA#2. Recovery Coordinator Log May 17-June (?), 1966, pages 19-35. GTA-10 (Gemini 10) Recovery Coordinator log, August 15-17, 1966, pages 31-71. Gemini II Recovery Coordinator Log, September 7-15, 1966, pages 73-101. GTA-12 (Gemini 12) Recovery Coordinator Log, November 8-16, 1966, pages 103-120. Apollo 4 Recovery Coordinator Log, November 2-14, 1976, pages 123-142. A5-502 Apollo 6 Recovery Coordinator Log, 79-6, pages 142-164. Apollo 7 Recovery Coordinator Log, October 3-23, 1968, pages 167-279.
Box 7Logbook #3 contains the Apollo 8 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, December 17-31, 1968. This is the first lunar flight of which L. Borman, W. Anders, and J. Lovell, Jr. were the astronauts on the mission.
Box 7Logbook #4 contains the Apollo 11 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, July 14-26, 1969. This is the first Lunar landing of which Dr. Armstrong, E. Aldrin, Jr., M. Collins were the astronauts on the mission.
Box 7Logbook #5 contains the Apollo 12 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, October 28-November 29, 1969.
Box 7Logbook #6 contains the Apollo 13 Recovery Coordinator Logbook. Marcy 26-April 20, 1970. This is the mission that almost met disaster in space of which J. Lowell, Jr., T. Haise, Jr., and J. Swigert, Jr., were the astronauts on the mission.
Box 7Logbook #7 contains the Apollo 14 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, January 18-February 15, 1971.
Box 7Logbook #8 contains the Apollo 15 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, July 13-August 9, 1971.
Box 8Logbook #1 contains the Apollo 16 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, March 16-May 4, 1972.
Box 8Logbook #2 contains the Apollo 17 Recovery Coordinator Logbook, November 21-December 21, 1972. This is the last lunar mission of which E. Cernan, H. Schmitt, R. Evans were the astronauts on the mission.
Box 8Logbook #3 contains the Skylab 1 and 3 Recovery Officer Console Logbook, July 23-September 23, 1973. This is the second Skylab mission of which A. Bean, O. Garriott, and J. Tousma were the astronauts on the mission.
Box 8Logbook #4 contains the ASTP Recovery Officers Logbook (Apollo-Soyuz Mission), July 5-17, 1975. This is the first and only joint mission between the U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. space programs of which U. Brand, D. Slayton, and J. Stafford were the American astronauts and A. Leonov and U. Kubasov were the Soviet Cosmonauts on the mission.

Series 1 Subseries 3

Box 9Contains the photographs of the Apollo Command Module (CM CCSR) and the Lunar Module (LM) in mock up dated October 13, 1966 and November 10, 1966 respectively. Photos 1-126 are of the CM interior and exterior shots. Photos 127-147 are of the LM's interior and equipment.
Box 10Contains the photographs of the Apollo 10 Lunar Module 4 (LM 4) regarding the interior views of the cabin taken April 4, 1969, May 14, 1969 and November 19, 1969 (1968 as per David T. Craig, researcher. See attachment.)
Box 11Contains photographs of the Apollo Telescope Mount on Skylab (ATM) taken May 8, 1972; January 15, 23, 1973; April 2, 3, 4, 6, 1973.
Box 12Contains the photographs of the Multiple Docking Adaptor (MDA) on Skylab taken on various dates from January 12 to May 3, 1973 regarding storage locations and interior and exterior views.
Box 13Contains the photographs of the Multiple Docking Adaptor (MDA) on Skylab taken on various dates from January 12 to May 3, 1973 regarding storage locations and interior and exterior views.
Box 14Contains the photographs of the Multiple Docking Adapter (MDA) panel locations on Skylab taken on various dates in April, 1974.
Box 15Contains the photographs of the Airlock Module (AM) panel locations, storage locations, and miscellaneous and exterior locations on Skylab I taken on various dates in April and May, 1973.
Box 16Contains the photographs of the Skylab Flight Repair that was done in November, 1972 and September, 1973.
Box 17Contains the photographs of the interior of the main body of Skylab taken in June, 1972.
Box 18Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) interior views taken in March and April, 1973 of Skylab 1.
Box 19Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) experimental equipment of Skylab 1.
Box 20Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) flight crew equipment bench review taken December, 1972 and March, 1973.
Box 21Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) dome stowage locations taken March, 1973.
Box 22Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) flight crew equipment of Skylab 1 taken December, 1972 and April, 1973.
Box 23Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) control panels on Skylab 1 taken April, 1973.
Box 24Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) general interior on Skylab 1 taken March and June, 1972.
Box 25Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) sleep compartment taken March, 1973.
Box 26Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) experiments and wardroom locations on Skylab 1 taken February-April, 1973.
Box 27Contains the photographs of Orbital Workshop Station (OWS) waste management locations on Skylab 1 taken December, 1972, and March-April, 1973.
Box 28Contains the photographs of Command Service Module (CSM 116) on Skylab II (SL-2) taken November, 1973.
Box 29Contains the photographs of Command Service Module (CSM 118) on Skylab 4 (SL-4) taken November, 1973.
Box 30Contains the photographs of the Skylab Flight Crew Hardware and Equipment taken November, 1973.
Box 31Contains the photographs of Command Module (CSM 111) on the Apollo-Soyuz Mission (ASTP) taken September, 1974.
Box 32Contains the photographs of Command Module (CSM 111) on the Apollo-Soyuz Mission (ASTP) taken July, 1975.

Series 2 Subseries 1

Box 33FF 1Gemini 7/6 Inertial Guidance System Performance Review, May 17, 1966:  (1) Fact sheet: IBM Inertia Guidance Computer for the Gemini Spacecraft, press release, May 24, 1965, Rockville, Maryland; (2) Fact sheet: IBM Gemini Guidance Computer, press release, May 24, 1965; (3) Gemini Astronaut Computer Aid, press release, October 20, 1965; (4) Fact sheet: IBM Gemini Guidance Computer, press release, October 20, 1965).
Box 33FF 2Bachman interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York:  (1) Dodge interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (2) Jimerson interview, April 26, 1968, Owego, New York; (3) Joachim interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (4) Lenz interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (5) Westkaemper interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (6) Jackson interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (7) Hutchinson interview, April 25, 1968, Owego, New York; (8) Barton interview, July 11, 1966, Scottsdale, Arizona.
Box 33FF 3Table 29-Description of Math Flow chart:  (1) Table 30-McDonnell simulations during Computer Mode Dev.; (2) Table 31-Program Errors during Post-Acceptance Testing.
Box 33FF 4NASA Project Gemini Familiarization Manual, May 31, 1965.
Box 33FF 5Management Procedures in Computer Programming for Apollo-Intern Report, November 30, 1964.
Box 33FF 6Apollo Guidance and Navigation: R-408 Design Concepts of the Apollo Guidance Computer, June 1963, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 7Final Report-Apollo Guidance Computer Program Block I (100) and Block II, July 25, 1964 to December 31, 1969, Sudbury, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 8Monthly Technical Progress-Report no. 5, November 1-30, 1962.
Box 33FF 9Apollo Guidance and Navigation: Guidance System Operations Plan for Orbital and Lunar Missions Using Program Colossus, June 1968, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 10Guidance System Operations Plan for Earth Orbital Missions Using Program Sundance, August 1968, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 11Apollo Guidance and Navigation: Recovery from Transient Failures of the Apollo Guidance Computer, August 1968, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 12Apollo Guidance and Navigation: Reliability History of the Apollo Guidance Computer, January 1972, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 1310 Year outlook for Software Controlled Aerospace System Report, July 14, 1970, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 14Apollo Experience Report-On Board Navigational and Alignment Software, December 1971, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 15Apollo Experience Report-Flight Planning for Manned Space Operations, January 1972, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 16Apollo Experience Report-Communications System Flight Evaluation and Verification, January 1972, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 17Apollo Experience Report-Guidance and Control Systems Vol. II: Digital Autopilot Designed Development. November 1972. Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 18Apollo Experience Report - System and Flight Procedures Development. July 1973. Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 19Final Report-Apollo Guidance Software Task force, September 23, 1968:   (1) Luminary Lunar LM; (2) Colossus Lunar CM; (3) Program Debugging Via Level Testing, July 1968. Washington D.C.
Box 33FF 20Report on LEM Guidance Computer Programs. November 9, 1965, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 21Apollo Guidance Software-Development and Verification Plan, October 4, 1967, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 22Correspondence about OAO computer, June 6, 1961:  (1) Correspondence about Guidance Center Control Computer, June 6, 1961; (2) Space task group meeting report, June 6, 1961; (3) Review of Saturn computer discussions, June 27, 1961; (4) Report on development of flight dynamics branch computer facility, January 12, 1962; (5) Memo on Raytheon negative on Apollo Guidance Center, November 9, 1962; (6) Technical summary of contract negative with Raytheon Company.,December 7, 1967; (7) Correspondence on Raytheon's design for breadboard computers, June 21, 1963; (8) Memo on Apollo Guidance Computer, July 9, 1963; (9) Memo on evaluation of Raytheon proposal, August 21, 1963; (10) Memo on Evaluation of Raytheon proposal for mechanical redesign, August 23, 1963; (11) Memo on trip to MIT Instrumentation Lab., September 28, 1962; (12) Memo on guidance computer program requirements in the CSM, October 22, 1963; (13) Correspondence on Raytheon letter RD-242, March 18, 1964; (14) Memo on Saturn V/Apollo Spacecraft Guidance computer development programs, April 28, 1964; (15) Memo on integrated circuit packages for the AGC, June 19, 1964; (16) Memo on TMR Backup Computer Program, July 9, 1964; (17) Memo on Apollo Backup Computer, August 1, 1964; (18) Memo on integrated circuit packages, September 9, 1964; (19) Memo on backup program for Apollo Guidance Computer.
Box 33FF 23Apollo CMC/LGC Software Development Plan, April 30, 1968.
Box 33FF 24Apollo Guidance, Navigation and Control: Apollo Guidance and Control System Flight Experience, June 1969, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 25Apollo Guidance, Navigation and Control: Guidance System Operations Plan for Manned LM Earth Orbital and Lunar Missions using Program Luminar, August 1963, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 26Apollo Guidance and Navigation: The Apollo Guidance Computer, August 1963, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 27Apollo Guidance and Navigation: AGC4 Basic Training Manual, January 1967, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 28Memo on manual transmission requirements, November 23, 1964:  (1) Memo on testing plans for Apollo computer guidance equations, May 17, 1965; (2) Apollo Guidance and Navigation: Verification Plan for AGC/LGC Programs, July 5, 1965; (3) Memo on Block II computer design deficiency, August 10, 1965; (4) Telegraphic message: Block II computer design deficiency, August 11, 1965; (5) Memo on summary of AGC program processing procedures, August 13, 1965; (6) Memo on minutes of AS-207/208 and AS-504 computer program requirement review, May 13, 1966; (7) Memo on spacecraft computer requirements AS-207/208, 503 & 504, May 12?, 1966; (8) 3 sequential memos on Apollo spacecraft computer programs, June 13, July 1, and July 5, 1966; (9) Memo on AS-204 computer program status, July 21, 1966; (10) Memo on Gemini equipment for Z & D Directorate, August 1, 1966; (11) Correspondence on Block II and LM computers and DSKY quality lever, September 19, 1966; (12) Memo on spacecraft computer program status for AS-501, September 20, 1966; (13) Memo on AGC program for AS-501/502, November 3, 1966; (14) Memo on AS-206 spacecraft computer program, January 23, 1967; (15) Memo on AS-206 spacecraft computer newsletter, January 31, 1967; (16) Memo on program development; (17) Memo on Apollo Spacecraft Computer Program, March 24, 1967; (18) Memo on spacecraft computer names, May 23, 1967; (19) Memo on Apollo computer software cost report, May 27, 1967; (20) Memo on Apollo computer software report, June 20, 1967; (21) Memo on spacecraft computer program status, October 17, 1967; (22) Memo on spacecraft computer program orbital integration, November 17, 1967; (23) Correspondence, February 14, 1968; (24) Single Failure Point Study of the CSM Guidance and Control System for MLL Mission, April 24, 1968.
Box 33FF 29Apollo Experience Report-Guidance and Control Systems: Lunar Module Abort Guidance System, July, 1975, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 30Apollo Guidance and Navigation System Operations Plan Apollo Mission 202, April 1966, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 31Apollo Guidance, Navigation and Control: Apollo Guidance Computer Improvement Study, January 1970, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Box 33FF 32Apollo interview: Ralph Ragan. April 27, 1966:  (1) Apollo interview: John E. Miller, April 28, 1966; (2) Apollo interview: David G. Hoag, April 24, 1967.
Box 33FF 33TRW News Release-Apollo II Lunar Module Abort Guidance System, July 1, 1969, Redondo Beach, Calif.:  (1) TRW News Release-Lunar Module, July 1, 1969; (2) TRW News Release-Backup Guidance System, July 1, 1969; (3) ETS Computer Program Manual Final Report, May, 1967, Seattle, Washington: (4) TRW News Release-LEM Abort Guidance System, January 10, 1966. TRW News Release-AGS Relate Anomalies on LMS Mission, April 2, 1969:  (1) Report-LEM/AGS Marco 4413, September 1966; (2) TRW Systems-Marco 4418 General Purpose computer; (3) TRW Systems-AGS for the Lunar Excursion Module.
Box 33FF 34Apollo Spacecraft News Reference, Downey, Calif.
Box 33FF 35Stark Draper Interview, April 23, 1968.
Box 33FF 36Copy of magazine clipping-"Control Hardware for Manned Lunar Flight," Control Engineering, June 1962.
Box 33FF 37Copy of magazine clipping-"Electronic Charts Man's Path to the Moon," Space Electronics, January 9, 1967.
Box 33FF 38Report-The Apollo Guidance Computer: A Designer's View.
Box 33FF 39Report-The History of Apollo On-Board Guidance, Navigation and Control, September, 1976.
Box 33FF 40Report-Documentation of Digital Computer Programs of Lunar Landing Dynamics System Investigation, November, 1964, South Bend, Indiana.
Box 33FF 41Apollo Monthly Progress Report, March 1, 1963.
Box 33FF 42U.S. Government Memo-Apollo on board return to earth techniques, July 12, 1968.
Box 33FF 43Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-135, January 23, 1968, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 44Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-97, January 15, 1968, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 45Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-98, March 13, 1968, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 46Internal Note MSC-EG-69-18 Project Apollo, April 8, 1969, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 47Project Technical Report Task E-72A, February 21, 1969.
Box 33FF 48Apollo Mission F Performance Analysis of Rendezvous Charts, April 29, 1969, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 49Correspondence on cost of manned flight program, June 6, 1969.
Box 33FF 50Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-117.3, September 20, 1968, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 51Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-174, June 12, 1968, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 52NASA Program Apollo Working Paper #1139, September 30, 1964, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 53NASA TMX-58044 Case Study of the Apollo Lunar Module Digital Autopilot. August 4, 1969. Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 54Apollo Experience Report: Apollo Spacecraft and Ground Software Development for Rendezvous, September 28, 1970, Houston, Texas.
Box 33FF 55Apollo Guidance, Navigation and Control: MIT's Role in Project Apollo, August 1972, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Vol. 3.
Box 33FF 56Apollo Guidance, Navigation and Control: MIT's Role in Project Apollo, August 1972, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Vol. 4.
Box 34FF 1NASA Support Manual Apollo Spacecraft Familiarization.
Box 34FF 2Design and Operation Assessment of Skylab ATMDC/WCIU Flight Hardware and Software, May 9, 1974.
Box 34FF 3Software Development, Design and Analysis Tools for the Skylab Simulator.
Box 34FF 4NASA Skylab A: Apollo Telescope Mount Digital Computer Program Definition Document.
Box 34FF 5Skylab Reactivation Mission.
Box 34FF 6Analysis of Skylab Digital Computer Integrated Circuit Eutectic Particle Contamination 2Failures, June 9, 1971.
Box 34FF 7Skylab Data Handbook.
Box 34FF 8Technical Memorandum for the Skylab Program.
Box 34FF 9CSM G&C Checklist.
Box 34FF 10Skylab Flight Plan Development.
Box 34FF 11Skylab APCS Functional Schematics.
Box 34FF 12Design, Development, Integration: Space Shuttle Primary Flight Software System.
Box 34FF 13STS-1 Flight Data File Ascent Checklist.
Box 34FF 14Space Shuttle Guidance Information
Box 34FF 15CSI 2102 Crew Software Interface Workbook.
Box 34FF 16BFS 2102 Backup Flight System Software Workbook.
Box 34FF 17Main Engine Computer Location.
Box 34FF 18Space Shuttle Main Engine Controller, November 1981.
Box 34FF 19Software Engineering Notes: An Informal Newsletter of the Special Interest Group on Software Engineering.
Box 34FF 20Space Shuttle Program Orbiter Project Computer Program Development Specification, January 12, 1983.
Box 34FF 21Space Shuttle Orbiter Avionics Software Interface Control Document: HAL/FCOS Revision 5.
Box 34FF 22Software Production Facility (SPF) Operations Planning Document.
Box 34FF 23SPF Quick Reference Guide.
Box 34FF 24Automatic Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) Acquisition Plan for the Software Production Facility (SPF.)
Box 34FF 25Managing the Software Development for the Space Shuttle Orbiter.
Box 34FF 26Space Shuttle Programs: Orbiter Avionics Software Programming Standards Document Revision 4.
Box 34FF 27Catalog of Controlled Baselines
Box 34FF 28Architecture of the Space Shuttle Primary Avionics Software System (PASS).
Box 34FF 29Johnson Space Center Announcement about the Center Reorganization.
Box 34FF 30NASA Software Management Requirement for Flight Projects.
Box 34FF 31Software Standards for Manned Space Flight.
Box 34FF 32STS Reconfiguration Data Management Issues and Proposals Summary, November 2, 1981.
Box 34FF 33Sequencing Design for BFS Engagement.
Box 34FF 34Getting Reliability Into Primary Avionics Flight Software, October 30, 1981.
Box 34FF 35Control of Flight Software Development Costs. March 11, 1971.
Box 34FF 36Standardization of Computer Higher Order Languages (HOLs.)
Box 34FF 37Minutes of Shuttle System Software Review.
Box 34FF 38Higher Order Software Requirements, August, 1973.
Box 34FF 39A Survey of Software Standards Used on NASA/IBM FSD Projects.
Box 34FF 40Space Shuttle Primary Onboard Software: STS-1 to Operational Use.
Box 34FF 41IR-359-2 HAL/S-FC User's Manual, May 1, 1980.
Box 34FF 42HAL/S/V: A Verifiable Version of HAL/S.
Box 34FF 43Flight Computer and Language Processor Study.
Box 34FF 44HAL/S--The Avionics Programming System for Shuttle.
Box 34FF 45Future Strategy for HAL/S.
Box 34FF 46Evaluation of Verifiability in HAL/S.
Box 34FF 47Tradeoff Study for the Space Station Program.
Box 34FF 48Hardware/Software Compatibility: A Verification Approach for Space Shuttle Avionics.
Box 34FF 49"Portable Micro Flies With Shuttle Today." Computerland, November 28, 1983.
Box 34FF 50Software Development Laboratory Requirements Document. Part 1--Functional Requirements.
Box 34FF 51Software Development Laboratory Requirements Document. Part 2--Hardware Configuration.
Box 34FF 52Orbiter Avionics Flight Software Initialization Load (I-Load) Management and Configuration Control Plan.
Box 34FF 53Software Production Facility Long-Range Plans Synopsis.
Box 34FF 54System Productivity Facility Dialog Management Services.
Box 34FF 55Software Production Facility Management Summary Concepts and Schedule Status.
Box 34FF 56Automation Standardization in the SPF.
Box 34FF 57Software Production Facility Management Summary Concepts and Schedule Status.
Box 34FF 58STS Avionics Software Production Facility (SPF) Synopsis of Plans.
Box 34FF 59Software Production Facility and Operations Planning General Status, December 10, 1980--Tech. Status Meeting.
Box 34FF 60Resource Access Control Facility (RACF) Overview.
Box 35FF 1Welcome to ISPF: First Usage.
Box 35FF 2Front page of USA Today. "Search of Today for Shuttle Flaw." "Discovery's Countdown to a Letdown."
Box 35FF 3AIAA Guidance and Control Conference: A Collection of Technical Papers, August 11-13, 1980.
Box 35FF 4Computer Program Development Specification (Space Shuttle Program Orbiter Project).
Box 35FF 5IBM Federal Systems Division Shuttle Press Information - Computer Systems for Space Shuttle.
Box 35FF 6Space Shuttle Program Orbiter Project Computer Program Development Specification.
Box 35FF 7Space Shuttle Orbiter Operational Level C Functional Subsystem Software Requirements Document Guidance, Navigation and Control.
Box 35FF 8DPS HW/SW 2102 Data Processing System (Hardware and Systems Software) Workbook Advanced Training Series.
Box 35FF 9Continuation of FF8.
Box 35FF 10Shuttle Space Orbiter Avionics Software NAS-14444 Flight Software Integrated Test Plan.
Box 35FF 11Garman, John R. "The 'Bug' Heard 'Round the World." A discussion of the software problem which delayed the first shuttle orbital flight.
Box 35FF 12Independent Verification and Validation Testing of the Space Shuttle Primary Flight Software System.
Box 35FF 13Data Systems and Shuttle Operations, October 19, 1982.
Box 35FF 14NASA and Introduction to HAL/S Avionics Programming Language.
Box 35FF 15HAL/S-FC Compiler System Specification IR-95-6.
Box 35FF 16NASA Space Vehicle Design Control (Guidance and Control) Spaceborne Digital Computer Systems.
Box 35FF 17Some Information Processing Implications of Air Force Space Missions: 1970-1980.
Box 35FF 18Computer Control for Manned and Automated Space Vehicles.
Box 35FF 19Use of Computers in Space Flight.
Box 35FF 20Space Shuttle Programs: Space Shuttle System Overview. Part 1.
Box 35FF 21Space Shuttle Programs: Development and Verification of the Space Shuttle Primary Flight Software System. Part 2.
Box 35FF 22Shuttle Delta Drive Development. August 9, 1977.
Box 35FF 23Mitchell, P. and C. Vlcek. "Bridging the Gap from Aircraft to Space Computers":  (1) Stanten, Saul F. "Dynamic Integrated Test for the Space Shuttle"; (2) Avakian, Arra. "Functional Simulation of Space Shuttle Flight Programs;" (3) Carrier, Louis M. and Jedd M. Rosen. "Hardware/Software Compatibility: A Verification Approach for Space Shuttle Avionics."
Box 35FF 24Letter form S. Z. Rubenstein to NASA.
Box 35FF 25Space Shuttle News Release.
Box 35FF 26DPS OV 2102 Data Processing System Overview Workbook Advanced Training Series.
Box 35FF 27Shuttle Flight Operations Manual. Vol. 5.,November 1978.
Box 35FF 28Proposed Avionics Baseline for the Space Shuttle:  (1) Desirable Computer Features.
Box 35FF 29Computer Hardware
Box 35FF 3013 memos form NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Box 35FF 3114 articles referring to the use of computers with the Space program.
Box 35FF 32The Launch Processing System for STS and DOD Space Shuttle.
Box 35FF 33Development and Application of NASA's First Standard Spacecraft Computer.
Box 35FF 34NASA Standard Spacecraft Computer (NSSC-1) Design and Performance Specification
Box 35FF 35Multi-mission Modular Spacecraft (MMS) Onboard Computer (OBC) Flight Executive Technical Description.
Box 35FF 36Designation of Working Group Members for Standard Onboard Computer Action Plan.
Box 35FF 37Covault, Craig. "Solar Max Mission Will Increase Sun Data." Aviation Week & Space Technology, December 17, 1979.
Box 35FF 38"One Step Forward - Three Steps Backup Computing in the US Space Program." BYTE Publications, Inc., September 1981.
Box 35FF 39Inter-Center Working Group for HAL/S Compiler (NSSC-1 Computer).
Box 35FF 40Unique Landsat-2 Computer May Have Wide Applications. News Release, March 25, 1975.
Box 35FF 41The Scientific Results From the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory:  (1) 8 articles in reference to OAO Satellite; (2) 4 articles in reference to Orbiting Astronomical Observatories.
Box 35FF 42Interpretive Computer Simulator for the NASA Standard Spacecraft Computer-II (NSSC-II).
Box 36FF 1"Space Technology." April 1976.
Box 36FF 2Mariner Mars 1971 Space Flight Operations Plan.
Box 36FF 3Continuation of FF2.
Box 36FF 4Continuation of FF3.
Box 36FF 5"The 1973 Mariner Mission to Venus and Mercury."
Box 36FF 6Development and Testing of the Central Computer and Sequencer for the Mariner Mars 1971 Spacecraft.
Box 36FF 7"The First Mars Orbiters."
Box 36FF 8"Two Mars Spacecraft Are Sun-Powered Electronic Laboratories." The New York Times. May 7, 1971.
Box 36FF 9Fact Sheet Mariner Mars 1971
Box 36FF 10Mariner Mars '71 Project, Mariners H and I.
Box 36FF 11Mariner Mars 1971 Mars Orbiter Missions.
Box 36FF 12Mariner Mars 1971 Sun Sensor Model Development and Simulation.
Box 36FF 13Mariner Mars 1969 Navigation, Guidance and Control.
Box 36FF 14Two Over Mars: Mariner VI and Mariner VII.
Box 36FF 15Mariner-Mars 1969: A Preliminary Report.
Box 36FF 16The 1969 Mariner Mission to Mars.
Box 36FF 17Mariner Mars '69 Press Release.
Box 36FF 18Mariner Mars 69 Flight Missions.
Box 36FF 19Mariner Venus 67 Guidance and Control System.
Box 36FF 20Mariner E/Venus 67 Press Release.
Box 36FF 21Mariner Venus 67 and Mariner IV Flight Projects.
Box 36FF 22Functional Design of the Mariner Midcourse Maneuver Operations Program.
Box 36FF 23Mariner Mars, 1964.
Box 36FF 24"Mariner 4-A Point of Departure." Astronautics & Aeronautics, August, 1965.
Box 36FF 25Recent Mariner Spacecraft - Design and Flight.
Box 36FF 26"Mariner 4 Maneuver and Attitude Control." Astronautics & Aeronautics, October 1965.
Box 36FF 27Mariner Mars 1964 Press Release
Box 36FF 28Mariner Mars 1964 Project Report: Mission and Spacecraft Development.
Box 36FF 29Mariner Mars 1964 Project Report: Spacecraft Performance and Analysis.
Box 36FF 30Mariner-Venus 1962 Final Project Report.
Box 36FF 31The Mariner R Project: Progress Report September 1, 1962-January 3, 1963.
Box 36FF 32A Study of an Orbiter-Probe (Titan III Class) for Mars and Venus Missions for the Purpose of Identifying Problem Areas.
Box 36FF 33Destination Moon: A History of the Lunar Orbiter Program.
Box 36FF 34"17 Meteoroids Strike Mariner IV." The Washington Post. September 16, 1967.
Box 36FF 35Functional Requirement Viking Orbiter 1975 Flight Equipment Computer Command Subsystem Software.
Box 36FF 36Functional Requirement Viking Orbiter 1975 Flight Equipment Computer Command Subsystem Hardware.
Box 36FF 37Viking Orbiter - Control Document. Revision B. November 20, 1974.
Box 36FF 38Continuation of FF37.
Box 36FF 39Continuation of FF38.
Box 36FF 40Continuation of FF39.
Box 36FF 41Viking Orbiter - Control Document. Appendix A. March 28, 1974.
Box 36FF 42Continuation of FF41.
Box 36FF 43Continuation of FF42.
Box 36FF 44Viking Orbiter - Control Document. Revision P. July 29, 1977.
Box 36FF 45Continuation of FF44.
Box 36FF 46Continuation of FF45.
Box 36FF 47Viking Orbiter - Control Document. Revision B. March 28, 1974. Change No. 2 on July 1, 1975.
Box 36FF 48Viking Orbiter - Control Document. Revision B. March 28, 1974. Change no. 1 on January 10, 1975.
Box 36FF 49"Viking Lander Delivery Expected on Time." Aviation Week & Space Technology. July 8, 1974.
Box 36FF 50Final Report Voyager Spacecraft Phase B, Task D. Vol.2.
Box 36FF 51Final Report Voyager Spacecraft Phase B, Task D. Vol.1. summary.
Box 36FF 52The Evolution of the Mariner Spacecraft.
Box 36FF 53Final Report Voyager Spacecraft Phase B, Task D. Vol.4. Central Computer.
Box 36FF 54Final Report Voyager Spacecraft Phase B, Task D. Vol.4. Central Computer.
Box 36FF 55Data Base Report for Saturn V/Voyager Load Relief Study.
Box 36FF 56Interplanetary Spacecraft Computer Software Test and Validation Tools:   (1) A Proposal for the Development of a New Spacecraft System Concept.
Box 37FF 1Pioneer Venus.
Box 37FF 2Voyage to Jupiter.
Box 37FF 3"Voyager Computer Obeys Command: Camera Boom is Found Undamaged." Washington Post, August 28, 1977:  (1) "Computer Balks Scientists Order to Voyager 2." Washington Post, August 27, 1977; (2) "Voyager Computer Doing it's Job Perfectly-At Last." The Sun, August 30, 1977.
Box 37FF 4"Grand Space Tour Cheaper than Apollo." Chicago Sun Times, March 9, 1970:  (1) "Planning the Grand Tour." Space Flight, March, 1970; (2) Outer Planet Mission Status; (3) How We'll Explore the Outermost Planets.
Box 37FF 5International Aerospace Abstracts. A Voyager Attitude Control Perspective Fault Tolerant System.
Box 37FF 6Initial FDS Processor Design.
Box 37FF 7Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Box 37FF 8Response to FDS Flight Software Design.
Box 37FF 9Comments on Draft of "Frewing Memo"
Box 37FF 10FDS Flight Software Verification Procedure
Box 37FF 11FDS Flight Software Verification Procedure, Ref. 10M Voyager: 17.167, same subject, May 1, 1978, Ellis.
Box 37FF 12Response to AL 2416, "CDL Verification Test Plan for the FDS JSU EU Dual and Single Processing Program."
Box 37FF 13MJS 77 Spacecraft memory usage:  (1) MJS 77 FDS Program Development Priorities.
Box 37FF 14FDS Processor Changes Allowing Better Utilization of the Added Memory.
Box 37FF 15The New Command Package.
Box 37FF 16FDS Programming.
Box 37FF 17In-Flight Reprogramming of FDS.
Box 37FF 18"Reprogramming" the FDS in Flight.
Box 37FF 19MJS FDS Program Sequence Error Protection.
Box 37FF 20FDS Processor Changes Allowing Better Utilization of the Added Memory.
Box 37FF 21"Tops, Outer Planet Spacecraft," September 1970.
Box 37FF 22Design of a CMOS Processor for use in the Flight Data Subsystem of a Deep Space Probe.
Box 37FF 23Functional Requirement Mariner Jupiter/Saturn 1977, Flight Equipment Computer Command Subsystem Software.
Box 37FF 24AACS Fault Protection Proposal.
Box 37FF 25The Development and Demonstration of Hybrid Programmable Attitude Control Electronics.
Box 37FF 26Guidelines for General Command Format:  (1) Proposal MJS77 Spacecraft Flight Software Configuration Management Plan.
Box 37FF 27CCS Flight Software Test Plan.
Box 37FF 28Review of the Report of the CCS CPWG.
Box 37FF 29Clarification of Spacecraft Memory Redundancy Policies.
Box 37FF 30CCS-AACS Handshaking or The Case of the Neurotic Computer.
Box 37FF 31Preliminary List of MOS Concerns About Spacecraft Software Design.
Box 37FF 32Computer Command Subsystem MJS77 Software Products.
Box 37FF 33NASA's Use of Computers in Space Flight Operations.
Box 37FF 34CCS, FDS and AACS Simulation.
Box 37FF 35MJS77 Onboard Software Design Team.
Box 37FF 36MJS77 Software System Engineer.
Box 37FF 37Spacecraft Software System Engineer.
Box 37FF 38MJS Software Responsibilities.
Box 37FF 39Attitude and Articulation Control Subsystems.
Box 37FF 40Functional Requirement Mariner Jupiter/Saturn 1977 Flight Equipment Computer Command Subsystem.
Box 37FF 41Voyager Computer Command Subsystem Flight Software Design Description.
Box 37FF 42MJS FDS Processor Architecture and Instruction Set.
Box 37FF 43Functional Requirement Mariner Jupiter/Saturn 1977 Flight Equipment Flight Data Subsystem Hardware.
Box 37FF 44The Voyager Awards Ceremony.
Box 37FF 45Galileo. "Software Requirements Document Command and Data Subsystem."
Box 37FF 46Galileo. General Design Document Attitude and Articulation Control Subsystem.
Box 37FF 47Reconfigurable Modular Computer Networks for Spacecraft Onboard Processing.
Box 37FF 48Galileo Orbiter Command and Data Subsystem.
Box 37FF 49A Command and Data Subsystem for Deep Space Exploration Based on the RCA 1802 Microprocessor in a Distributed Configuration.
Box 37FF 50Management of the Galileo Attitude and Articulation Control Flight Software Development.
Box 37FF 51Project Galileo Mission and Spacecraft Design.
Box 37FF 52ATAC-16M Principles of Operation.
Box 37FF 53First Atmospheric Probe Craft for an Outer Planet Complete.
Box 37FF 54"Canadian to Fly Shuttle Soon":  (1) "Galileo Awakes." Spaceflight, February 25, 1984; (2) "JPL Sets Launch of Spacecraft to Explore Jupiter, its 4 Moons." News, April 2, 1984.
Box 37FF 55Software Techniques for a Distributed Real Time Processing System.
Box 37FF 56The Unified Data System: A Distributed Processing Network for Control and Data Handling on a Spacecraft.
Box 37FF 57Galileo Attitude and Articulation Control Subsystem Closed Loop Testing.
Box 37FF 58The Galileo Messenger.
Box 37FF 59Galileo Command and Data Subsystem Software Status Assessment and Diagrams.
Box 37FF 60Some Thoughts on the HAL/S System.
Box 37FF 61HAL/S Technical Seminars for Project Galileo.
Box 37FF 62Baseline AACS-CDS Interface.
Box 37FF 63Galileo Onboard Science Computer.
Box 37FF 64Highly Reliable Spaceborne Memory Subsystem.
Box 37FF 65Spacecraft Computer Resource Margin Management.
Box 37FF 66Galileo Real-Time ACCS Operating System.
Box 37FF 67Functional Requirement Galileo Orbiter Data System Intercommunication Requirements.
Box 37FF 68Functional Requirement Galileo Orbiter Flight Equipment Command and Data Subsystem.
Box 37FF 69Software Requirement Document Attitude and Articulation Control Subsystem Flight Software.
Box 37FF 70625-340-007000, Revision B.
Box 37FF 71"U.S. Sells `Crown Jewels' of Knowledge." Washington Post, May 5, 1983.
Box 37FF 72Recent Developments in Digital Image Processing at the Image Processing Laboratory at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Box 37FF 73Mariner Mars 1971 Real-Time Video Data Processing.
Box 37FF 74Computer Corrects Photos by Mariner 6.
Box 37FF 75Digital Processing of the Mariner 6 & 7 pictures.
Box 37FF 76JPL Technical Report 32-1550.
Box 37FF 77Computer Image Processing - The Viking Experience.
Box 37FF 78Image Processing Software. Digital Image Processing. Vicar Program Index.
Box 37FF 79Optical Engineering.
Box 37FF 80Image Processing by Computer.
Box 37FF 81Large Array VLSI Filter.
Box 37FF 82BYTE Small Systems Journal.
Box 37FF 83MLC LVDC Interface Routine (RLA 110A).
Box 37FF 84Saturn Flight Programming.
Box 37FF 85NASA Briefing (IU Familiarization)
Box 37FF 86IBM Space Computer "Votes" on Signals:  (1) Instrument Unit in Crucial Test; (2) Fact Sheet: IBM Develops Unique Computer to Guide Saturn IB Launch Vehicle; (3) Fact Sheet: IBM Computer Will Direct Saturn Orbital Test Flight; (4) Saturn IB - Saturn V Instrument Unit Technical Facts.
Box 37FF 87IBM in Space - The Apollo/Saturn Program.
Box 37FF 88Instrument Unit Major Subcontractors:  (1) Instrument Unit Activity; (2) Typical Saturn IB/V Instrument Unit.
Box 37FF 89NASA Selects IBM As Lead Contractor for Saturn IB, V Instrument Unit.
Box 37FF 90Section V - Laboratory Equipment.
Box 37FF 90AAdvanced Technology Studies and Investigation for Digital Computation. Final Report, April 30, 1963.
Box 37FF 91Saturn IB Vehicle Handbook.
Box 37FF 92Advanced Technology Studies and Investigation for Digital Computers Final Report, April 30, 1965.
Box 37FF 93Reliability Analysis for Saturn-5 Guidance Computer and Data Adapter.
Box 37FF 94NASA Technical Memorandum.
Box 37FF 95A Real Time Operating System for the Saturn V Launch Computer Complex.
Box 37FF 96Mandatory Requirement for DDP-224 and RCA 110A Computers During Terminal Count:  (1) Discrete Control Equipment; (2) Status of Procurement of RCA 110; (3) Status of RCA-110A Computers at KSC; (4) Saturn V Ground Computer Complex; (5) Saturn V Electrical Support; (6) Spacecraft Contractor Computer Run Flow.
Box 37FF 97Apollo Study Report.
Box 38FF 1Saturn's First Eleven Years-April 1957 through April 68.
Box 38FF 2Letter from IBM Data Processing Division to Mr. Siepert, Deputy Director NASA.
Box 38FF 3Apollo Study Report, October 1, 1963.
Box 38FF 4Article from Control Engineering Computer-Directed Checkout for NASA's Biggest Booster.
Box 38FF 5IBM Storage, Retrieval and Launch Study Final Review.
Box 38FF 6Facilities and Equipment Analysis for Improved Launch Control Final Summary Presentation:  (1) System Parameter Development Methodology.
Box 38FF 7Study of Saturn IB Facilities and Equipment for Improved Launch Control of AAP Missions. Vol. I.
Box 38FF 8Study of Saturn IB Facilities and Equipment for Improved Launch Control of AAP Missions. Vol. II.
Box 38FF 9Study of Saturn IB Facilities and Equipment for Improved Launch Control of AAP Missions. Vol. III.
Box 38FF 10Definition of Computer Requirements for NASA Space Vehicle Stage Test and Checkout.
Box 38FF 11Apollo/Saturn IB. Launch Complex 34. Facility Checkout Plan, November 1, 1965.
Box 38FF 12Saturn IB-Launch Complex 34 System Identification and Requirements Review.
Box 38FF 13Utilization of Saturn/Apollo Control and Checkout System for Prelaunch Checkout and Launch Operations, March 25, 1969.
Box 38FF 14Utilization of Saturn/Apollo Control and Checkout System for Prelaunch Checkout and Launch Operations, July 22, 1968.
Box 38FF 15Saturn Software Systems Development Study.
Box 38FF 1622 articles and memos about the early program 1961-1969.
Box 38FF 17Space Shuttle Technology Conference. Vol. I.-Operations, Maintenance and Safety.
Box 38FF 18Coincidence Development Techniques.
Box 38FF 19Letter from Dr. Mueller, associate Administrator for Manned Space Flight.
Box 38FF 20Space Shuttle Launch Operations Center Study.
Box 38FF 21Summary Report for the Universal Control and Display Console.
Box 38FF 22Unified Test Equipment A Concept for the Shuttle Ground Test System.
Box 38FF 23Space Shuttle Final Technical Report. Vol. IX-Ground Turnaround Operations and Facility Requirements.
Box 38FF 24International Aerospace Abstracts Issued by Technical Information Service American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc.
Box 38FF 25Contains information about what the next generation checkout system must consist of to support new manned spaceflight programs.
Box 38FF 26Launch Processing System Concept to Reality.
Box 38FF 27Kennedy Launch Processing System.
Box 38FF 28IBM Journal of Research and Development Launch Processing System.
Box 38FF 29IBM Launch Processing System: A Ground-Based Component of Space Shuttle.
Box 38FF 30Advanced Ground Support Checkout System.
Box 38FF 31Application of a Large Computerized Ground System to Shuttle Payload Software Integration.
Box 38FF 32Launch Processing System: A System to Support the Space Shuttle.
Box 38FF 33Launch Processing System Transition from Development to Operation.
Box 38FF 34Shuttle's 160 Hour Ground Turnaround-A Design Driver.
Box 38FF 35Aviation Week and Space Technology, October 13, 1975. Space Technology: Cape Shuttle Capabilities Broaden.
Box 38FF 36Aviation Week & Space Technology, October 1, 1979. Space Technology: Countdowns Revised for Space Shuttle.
Box 38FF 37Aviation Week & Space Technology, February 9, 1981. Space Technology: Mission Verification Test Begins for Space Shuttle.
Box 38FF 38Current Status of the HAL/S Compiler on the Modcomp Classic 78 Computer.
Box 38FF 39KSC Ground Support Operations and Equipment for the Space Transportation System.
Box 38FF 40A Comparison of Time-shared vs. Batch Development of Space Software.
Box 38FF 41VMMPS/Launch Processing System (LPS) Meeting.
Box 38FF 42Change Log CCMS Hardware Project Requirements.
Box 38FF 43SGOS User Bulletin No.34
Box 38FF 44SGOS User Bulletin No.35
Box 38FF 45Shuttle Ground Operation Simulator User's Reference Manual, Book 3.
Box 38FF 46Launch Processing System Checkout, Control and Monitor Subsystem (CCMS) Detailed Software Design Specifications.
Box 38FF 47Technical Manual, Apollo/Saturn V, Launch Complex 39, Operations and Maintenance.   Propellant Tanking Computer System, Skylab 2.  TM-401-D Addendum 1.   1971.
Box 39FF 1Launch Processing System Central Data Subsystem Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator Software Design Specification Document.
Box 39FF 2Subsystem Specification for Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator SGOS Model Subsystem Model.
Box 39FF 3Launch Processing System Central Data Subsystem Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator, Detailed Requirements Specification.
Box 39FF 4Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator User's Reference Manual. Book 1 Build, Launch Processing System Division Applications Software and Simulation Branch.
Box 39FF 5Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator User's Reference Manual. Book 1 Build, Launch Processing System Division Applications Software and Simulation Branch.
Box 39FF 6Shuttle Ground Operations Simulator User's Reference Manual. Book 2 Execution, Launch Processing System Division Applications Software and Simulation Branch.
Box 39FF 7Continuation of FF6.
Box 39FF 8Launch Processing System Description, SC-LPS.
Box 39FF 9A Reproduced Copy of N71-35067, by NASA Scientific and Technical Information Facility.
Box 39FF 10"Western Shuttle Facility Plan Changed." Aviation Week & Space Technology, March 5, 1979.
Box 39FF 11"Space Shuttle Ground Support Systems at Vandenberg Airforce Base." Space Launch & Control Systems Air Force Space Division, October, 1981.
Box 39FF 12"Vandenberg Planning for the Space Transportation System."
Box 39FF 13Launch Processing System. Checkout, Control, and Monitor Subsystem (CCMS). GOAL Onboard Interface Language.
Box 39FF 14"Evolution of Real-Time Computer Systems for Manned Spaceflight." IBM J. Res. Develop., September 1981.
Box 39FF 15A Reliable System for Switching Circuits Between On-Line and Off-Line Switching Computers.
Box 39FF 16National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Project Mercury, Mercury Control Center.
Box 39FF 17Flight Control Operations Section of the Mercury Historical Report.
Box 39FF 18The Mercury Real-Time Simulator for Computer Program Testing.
Box 39FF 19American Rocket Society Space Flight Report to the Nation
Box 39FF 20Results of the Second United States Manned Orbital Space Flight.
Box 39FF 21Mercury Technical History: Data Reduction.
Box 39FF 22Bendix G-15 Flow of Operations for Intercom 1000.
Box 39FF 231620 Fortran Pre-Compiler Additional Specifications and Operating Notes.
Box 39FF 24Goddard Monitor Programs, Project Mercury.
Box 39FF 25Histories of the Space Tracking and Data Acquisition Network (STADAN), The Manned Space Flight Network (NASCOM).
Box 39FF 26Continuation of FF25.
Box 39FF 27Continuation of FF26.
Box 39FF 28Continuation of FF27.
Box 39FF 29Fact Sheet: IBM Real Time Computer Complex for Gemini and Apollo Ground Support.
Box 39FF 30Fact Sheet: IBM Real Time Computer Complex and its Role in the Agena Rendezvous Mission.
Box 39FF 31Fact Sheet: IBM Real-Time Computer Complex for Gemini.
Box 39FF 32IBM Computers and Programs: Guide to Rendezvous.
Box 39FF 33IBM Computers Guide Gemini Astronauts to Space Link-up.
Box 39FF 34IBM Computers and Programs: Guide to Rendezvous.
Box 39FF 35Supplement to IEEE Transactions of Aerospace.
Box 39FF 36NASA Project Mercury, Launch Monitor Subsystem.
Box 39FF 37Real Time Computer Complex.
Box 39FF 38Ground Tracking Reliability-A Summary from Gemini Flights GTA 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Box 39FF 39Project Gemini Final Report. Summary.
Box 39FF 40Manned Space Flight Control Center.
Box 39FF 41Revised Request for Proposal for the MSC Real Time Computer Complex:   (1) GT-4 Flight Control Decision.
Box 39FF 42Press Tour-Houston Mission Control Center.
Box 39FF 43Assignment of Responsibility for the Technical Direction Over the Mission Computer Program Development for the TMCC.
Box 39FF 44IBM Apollo/Saturn Press Information.
Box 39FF 45Effect of Further Delay in RTCC Computer Decision.
Box 39FF 46RTCC Computer Requirements for Project Apollo.
Box 39FF 47Real-Time Data Processing and Orbit Determination on the Apollo Tracking Ships.
Box 39FF 48Hardware and Software Requirements for the Propulsion Flight Analysis Computers.
Box 39FF 49Flight Control of the Apollo Lunar-Landing Mission.
Box 39FF 50Apollo Experience Report: Apollo Navigation Support Techniques and Problem Areas.
Box 39FF 51Mission Display Study. June 15, 1964.
Box 39FF 52Project Apollo RTCC User's Guide for Off-Line Programs.
Box 40FF 1F Mission Notes.
Box 40FF 2Space Transportation System: The IBM Role.
Box 40FF 3Apollo Experience Report:  (1) Real-Time Auxiliary Computing Facility Development.
Box 40FF 4Memorandum from FS5/Chief, Flight Software Branch Subject: RTCC Computer Supervisor's report for the Apollo 10 Mission.
Box 40FF 5Memorandum from FS5/Chief, Flight Software Branch Subject: RTCC Computer Supervisor's report for the AS-205/CSM-101 Mission.
Box 40FF 6Managing the Development of Large Software Systems Apollo Real-Time Control Center.
Box 40FF 7TRW Note No. 68 FMT-601:  (1) Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-143.
Box 40FF 8Apollo Experience Report--Real-Time Auxiliary Computing Facility Development.
Box 40FF 9Project Apollo-Verification of the Real-Time Computing Complex's Guidance Entry Program For Apollo 8.
Box 40FF 10ADPE Acquisition Plan for Improvement of Flight Software Development.
Box 40FF 11AIAA '82:  (1) AIAA '82-1793; (2) Mission Control Center Operations for the Space Transportation System.
Box 40FF 12Establishment of a NASA Working Group for Development of the Space Shuttle Program Common Data Base.
Box 40FF 13Space Shuttle Program Information Management.
Box 40FF 14Common Data Base.
Box 40FF 15Contract NAS9-14000, Space Shuttle Program Common Data Base Study.
Box 40FF 16Third Meeting of the Program Information Control and Retrieval Working Group.
Box 40FF 17A Notice from LaRue W. Burbank to JSC Program Information Control and Retrieval Task Team Members.
Box 40FF 18Apollo II TRW News.
Box 40FF 19Advance Approval of Pre-negotiation Position/Incentive Arrangement.
Box 40FF 20Space Programs Summary 37-66, Vol. II The Deep Space Network.
Box 40FF 21Mariner-Mars 1964 Final Project Report.
Box 40FF 22Goddard Space Flight Center NEWS Computer Support Contract.
Box 40FF 23Advanced Computer System to Track Space Probes.
Box 40FF 24Brief History of the Deep Space Instrumentation Facility and Its Role in the United States Tracking Programs.
Box 40FF 25Explore the Solar System Planetary Image Facility.
Box 40FF 26History of the MTCF.
Box 40FF 27SFOF-The JPL Space Flight Operations Facility.
Box 40FF 28Guides Showing the Structure of the Organization.
Box 40FF 29Space Flight Operations Facility.
Box 40FF 30Jet Propulsion Laboratory--Space Flight Operations Facility Digital Data Subsystem.
Box 40FF 31Space Flight Operations Facility Digital Data Subsystem.
Box 40FF 32Software Conversion History:  (1) Flight Dynamics System.
Box 40FF 33Navigation Between the Planets.
Box 40FF 34Technical Memorandum No. 33-255 Description of the Deep Space Network Operational Capabilities as of January 1, 1966.
Box 40FF 35JPL News Clips:  (1) Signal to Venus Opens JPL Space Facility.
Box 40FF 36Deep Space Communications.
Box 40FF 37The Deep Space Network Progress Report from March & April, 1970.
Box 40FF 38Deep Space Network Progress Report for May and June, 1971.
Box 40FF 39The Deep Space Network Progress Report 42-29 July and August, 1975.
Box 40FF 40The Deep Space Network Progress Report 42-41 July and August, 1977.
Box 40FF 41The Deep Space Network Progress Report 42-48, September and October, 1978.
Box 40FF 42Deep Space Network Appointments from Brian Sparks, office of the Deputy Director.
Box 40FF 43Correspondence B/w Mr. Cargill Hall and Dr. E. Rechtin.
Box 40FF 44Establishment of the Deep Space Network.
Box 40FF 45A Study of On-Site Computing and Data Processing for a World Tracking Network.
Box 40FF 46Operating Executive for the DSIF Tracking Subsystem Software.
Box 40FF 47Deep Space Instrumentation Facility.
Box 40FF 48Evaluation of the DSN Software Methodology.
Box 40FF 49Network Functions and Facilities.
Box 40FF 50Deep Space Navigation Systems and Operations.
Box 40FF 51Adaptation of a Software Development Methodology to the Implementation of a Large-Scale Data Acquisition and Control System.
Box 40FF 52Extended Mission Operations Summary.
Box 40FF 53Project Description and Performance Volume I.
Box 40FF 54Interplanetary Navigation: Overview.
Box 40FF 55Mariner Mars 1971 Project Final Report.
Box 40FF 56Space Programs Summary 37-66, Vol. I Flight Projects.
Box 40FF 57Gemini News Center:  (1) U.S. Manned Spaceflight Records through Gemini 8.
Box 40FF 58A Command and Data Subsystem for Deep Space Exploration Based on the RCA 1802 Microprocessor in a Distributed Configuration.
Box 40FF 59Orbit Determination for the Mariner Mark II CR/AF 50 kilometer Orbit.
Box 40FF 60The Mariner VI and VII Flight Paths and their Determination from Tracking Data.
Box 40FF 61Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex - General Layout.
Box 40FF 62Mariner Mars 1969 Final Project Report Development, Design, and Test.
Box 40FF 63Mariner Mars 1971 Science Operational Support Equipment Final Report November 1971.
Box 40FF 64Mariner - Venus 1967 Final Project Report.
Box 40FF 65A Comparative Study of the Evolution of Command and Control Activities for Manned and Unmanned Spaceflight Operations.
Box 40FF 66The Interplanetary Pioneers Volume I.
Box 40FF 67RADC-TR-77-168 Final Technical Report, May 1977:  (1) Viking Software Data.
Box 40FF 68Continuation of FF67 pages 82-169.
Box 40FF 69Continuation of FF67 and FF68 pages 170 to 253.
Box 40FF 70Continuation pages 254-295.
Box 40FF 71A Distributed Data Base Management System.
Box 40FF 72The Goddard Space Flight Center Fact Sheet.
Box 40FF 73Univac 1218 Computers Planned for Stations:  (1) GSFC Gets New Facsimile Equipment.
Box 40FF 74Goddard '59-Seven Years Later-Data Processing at Goddard.
Box 40FF 75The Computation of Orbits.
Box 40FF 76Goddard Space Flight Center Pamphlet.
Box 40FF 77Ground Communication System, Goddard Space Center.
Box 40FF 78A History of the Deep Space Network from Inception to January 1, 1969.
Box 40FF 79Proceedings of the Apollo Unified S-Band Technical Conference.
Box 40FF 80Piloted Space-Flight Simulation at Langley Research Center.
Box 40FF 81Facilities for Manned Spacecraft Development Simulation and Training.
Box 40FF 82Gemini Results As Related to the Apollo Program.
Box 40FF 83A Reproduced Copy of N79-76151 Gemini Abort Simulation Study Program.
Box 40FF 84Project Gemini: A Technical Summary.
Box 40FF 85Apollo II, Lunar Landing Already Accomplished Via Complex Computer Simulations.
Box 40FF 86Apollo Mission Simulator Pamphlet.
Box 40FF 87Lunar Module Mission Simulator Pamphlet.
Box 40FF 88Letter from Donald K. Slayton to BG/Procurement and Contracts Division.
Box 40FF 89Letter to Marshall Space Flight Center from Assistant Director for Engineering and Development.
Box 40FF 90News NASA. Contract Sets. Six Computers for Apollo Use.
Box 40FF 91Letter to General Frank A. Bogart from Assistant Director for Flight Operations. Recommended Change to the Mission Control Center-Houston (MCC-H) Apollo Simulation Computer Acquisition Plan.
Box 40FF 92Apollo Experience Report-The Application of a Computerized Visualization Capability to Lunar Missions.
Box 40FF 93Virtual Image Display for Space Flight Simulation.
Box 40FF 94Singer Aboard Apollo 9.
Box 40FF 95Singer Contributes to Apollo 9 Mission.
Box 40FF 96Subcontractors On Apollo and Lunar Mission Simulators.
Box 40FF 97Mission Simulator Design in Support of Space Programs.
Box 40FF 98Information on Apollo Mission Simulator and Lunar Mission Simulator.
Box 40FF 99New Release--General Precision System, Inc.
Box 40FF 100MSC News Center Manned Spacecraft Center.
Box 40FF 101Duplicate of FF97.
Box 40FF 102Deliverance Simulation: Apollo 13.
Box 40FF 103NASA Facts Simulators.
Box 40FF 104Reproduced for NASA IV 79-76656 Apollo Training Plan.
Box 40FF 105A Reproduced Copy of N 79-73361 Computer-Generated View of the Descartes Landing Area from the LM just after Hi-Gate--Case 310.
Box 40FF 106Apollo Experience Report Guidance and Control Systems Vol. VI: Engineering Simulation Program.
Box 41FF 1A Reproduced Copy of N79-76233 (August 65).
Box 41FF 2Continuation of FF1.
Box 41FF 3Apollo Guidance and Navigation, Checkout, Maintenance and Repair Manual.
Box 41FF 4NASA Technical Note: Apollo Experience Report Simulation of Manned Space Flight for Crew Training.
Box 41FF 5The History of a Highly Successful Software Development Project:   (1) Digital Autopilot Simulation for the LM Mission Simulator; (2) 5 Memos/Reports regarding the ISAGC program (1966-1967), Washington.
Box 41FF 6The Revised Interpretively Simulated Command Module Computer, ISCMC, April 1969.
Box 41FF 7Copy of Newspaper Clipping, "Bubbleman Makes Transition from Dancing to Space Cabin." Computer Graphic News, (September/October 1983).
Box 41FF 8Correspondence-Shuttle Mission Simulator (SMS) Computers (MH78-40), April 26, 1978.
Box 41FF 9Shuttle Mission Simulator.
Box 41FF 10Data Processing System Training Course.
Box 41FF 11Shuttle Engineering/Training Manned Simulation Program Definition, September 9, 1969, memo.
Box 41FF 12Training and Simulation Requirements for Future Programs. October 23, 1969, memo.
Box 41FF 13Technical Proposal, Shuttle Mission Simulator Definition Study, March 30, 1972.
Box 41FF 14Shuttle Mission Simulator Requirement Report, Vol. II Rev. C., December 21, 1973.
Box 41FF 15Guidance, Navigation and Control. Aerodynamic Flight Control, December 22, 1972.
Box 41FF 16Shuttle Mission Simulator Hardware Conceptual Design Report, March 23, 1973, Part 1.
Box 41FF 17Shuttle Mission Simulator Hardware Conceptual Design Report, March 23, 1973, Part 2.
Box 41FF 18Shuttle Mission Simulator Hardware Conceptual Design Report, March 23, 1973, Part 3.
Box 41FF 19Shuttle Mission Simulator Hardware Conceptual Design Report, March 23, 1973, Part 4.
Box 41FF 20Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 1.
Box 41FF 21Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 2.
Box 41FF 22Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 3.
Box 41FF 23Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 4.
Box 41FF 24Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 5.
Box 41FF 25Shuttle Mission Simulator Software Conceptual Design, March 23, 1973, Part 6.
Box 41FF 26Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 1.
Box 41FF 27Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 2.
Box 41FF 28Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 3.
Box 41FF 29Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 4.
Box 41FF 30Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 5.
Box 41FF 31Shuttle Mission Simulator Baseline Definition Report, Vol. I., December 21, 1973, Part 6.
Box 41FF 32Shuttle Avionics Integration Laboratory, 1977.
Box 41FF 33The Space Shuttle Vehicle Checkout Involving Flight Avionics Software, 1981.
Box 41FF 34Hybrid Computation and Simulation Branch, March 31, 1983.
Box 41FF 35Shuttle Avionics Integration Division, May 31, 1983.
Box 42FF 1NASA Sail Configuration
Box 42FF 2Picture of Avionic Systems Integration Lab.
Box 42FF 3General Purpose Simulation at Marshall Space Flight Center.
Box 42FF 4NASA Technical Memorandum Skylab Mission Planning Support Through the Use of A Hybrid Simulation.
Box 42FF 5Progress Report Orbital Docking Simulation Project.
Box 42FF 6Skylab APCS Simulation Laboratory Handbook.
Box 42FF 7Space Shuttle Main Engine Hardware Simulation.
Box 42FF 8Digital Simulator for Space Shuttle Boosters. memorandum.
Box 42FF 9Flight Simulation of Rockets and Spacecraft.
Box 42FF 10Visualization of the Torque Caused by the Gravity Gradient Acting on a Space Vehicle of Arbitrary Moment of Inertia Distribution.
Box 42FF 11Lunar Module Mission Simulator. 2 pamphlets.
Box 42FF 12Simulation. memorandum.
Box 42FF 13Skylab Film Usage Analysis Program.
Box 42FF 14NASA Technical Memorandum. A Computer Simulation of Skylab Dynamics and Attitude Control for Performance Verification and Operational Support.
Box 42FF 15Apollo Mission Simulator pamphlet.
Box 42FF 16Apollo Experience Report-A Use of Network Simulation Techniques in the Design of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package Support System.
Box 42FF 17Manual by Link a Division of Singer Training Systems Aircraft, Spacecraft, Nautical Systems, Armored Vehicles, Power Plants.
Box 42FF 18A Reproduced Copy of N79-71877. Reentry Simulation Comparison Case 310.
Box 42FF 19Enhancing Simulation Efficiency with Analytical Tools.
Box 42FF 20A Simulation Study to Evaluate Backup Entry Ranging Schemes for Earth Orbital Missions.
Box 42FF 21Specifications for Asap and Saturn Simulation System.
Box 42FF 22KU-Band Rendezvous Radar Performance Computer Simulation Model.
Box 42FF 23Project Apollo Task MSC/TRW A-203 Analytical Inertial Platform Error Model Simulation Program User's Manual.
Box 42FF 24Hybrid Simulator Data Management Support-Task E-74.
Box 42FF 25User's Guide for Guidance and Control Launch and Abort Simulation for Spacecraft (LASS), Vol I.
Box 42FF 26Apollo Experience Report. A Use of Network Simulation Techniques in the Design of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package Support System.
Box 42FF 27NASA Contractor Report 163108. Analysis of Shuttle Orbiter Approach and Landing Conditions.
Box 42FF 28The Space Shuttle Vehicle Checkout Involving Flight Avionics Software.
Box 42FF 29Simulation of Mariner Mars 1971 Spacecraft.
Box 42FF 30Proceedings of the 1977 Summer Computer Simulation Conference.
Box 42FF 31MSC Internal Note No. 69-FM-243. Project Apollo. Apollo Portable Life Support System Computer Simulation Program.
Box 42FF 32NASA Contractor Report. MSFC Crack Growth Analysis Computer Program. Version II. User's Manual.
Box 42FF 33NASA Reference Publication 1059. Space Transportation System and Associated Payloads: Glossary, Acronyms and Abbreviations.
Box 42FF 34NASA Programming in HAL/S.
Box 42FF 35Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 36Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 37Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 38Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 39Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 40Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 41Personal Notes - handwritten.
Box 42FF 42Personal Notes - handwritten. Skylab Interviews.
Box 42FF 43Personal Notes. Interviews: Apollo on Board.
Box 42FF 44Personal Notes.
Box 42FF 45Space Shuttle Advanced System/4 Pi. Model AP-101 Central Processor Unit.
Box 42FF 46IBM Space Shuttle Model AP-101 C/M Principles of Operation, January 30, 1979.
Box 42FF 47IBM Space Shuttle Advanced System/4 Pi. Prototype Input/Output Processor (IOP).
Box 42FF 48IBM Space Shuttle Advanced System/4 Pi. Prototype Input/Output Processor (IOP) (continuation of FF 47).
Box 42FF 49IBM Space Shuttle Advanced System/4 Pi. Input/Output Processor (IOP).
Box 42FF 50IBM Space Shuttle Advanced System/4 Pi. Input/Output Processor (IOP), Part III.
Box 42FF 51Ground Based Space Systems Program Management Facility User's Guide.
Box 42FF 52Book: PMF/SDPC User's Guide.
Box 42FF 53Book: PMF User's Guide.
Box 42FF 54IBM Book PMF User's Guide Ground Based Space Systems. (Two folders).
Box 42FF 55IBM Proceedings of the Real Time Systems Seminar.
Box 42FF 56Real Time Systems in Perspective by Joel D. Aron.
Box 42FF 57NASA-MSC's Real Time Computer Complex.
Box 42FF 58Non-Linear Trajectory Estimation in Real Time for Project Gemini.
Box 42FF 59Computational and Data Flow Integrated Subsystem in Test Design and Functional Requirements.
Box 42FF 60Real Time Management of Range Operations.
Box 42FF 61Resumes of Various Directors who worked with the NASA Program.

Series 2 Subseries 2

Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 3-Firmware Specifications. KSC-LPS- IB-070-3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Control Logic User Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-8 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specification: Book 24: Secure CCMS. KSC-LPS-IB-070-7, pt. B (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Avionics Diagnostics Systems. KSC-LPS-OP-033-16 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Data Bank Services Data Bank Services and Shuttle Data Tape Processor User Packages. KSP-LPS-OP-033-6. Cover and Frontal, 13 packages, 3 appendices (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Ground Operations Aerospace Language (GOAL) User Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-3 (Fiche).
Box 43GOAL User Packages, cont. KSC-LPS-OP-033-3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Hardware/Software Integration; Firing Room 3 Implementation Plan. KSC-LPS-IB-105 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Hardware/Software Integration; Book 12: Solid Rocket Booster Integration Implementation Plan. KSC-LPS-IB-086 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Hazard Analysis. Revision B. HAZ-09IT09-001 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 1, Pt. 1: Ground Operations Aerospace Language (GOAL) Design. KSC-LPS-IB-086 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 1, Pt. 2: Control Logic Language Design. KSC-LPS-IB-070-1, pt.2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 1, Pt. 3: Test Control Supervisor Language Design (Fiche). KSC-LPS-IB-070-1, pt.3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 2-GOAL Language Processor. KSC-LPS-Ib-070-2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 2, Pt.2. Control Logic Language Processor. KSC-LPS-IB-070-2, pt.2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 2, Pt. 3-Test Control Supervisor Language Processor. KSC-LPS-IB-070-2, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 4: Goal Executor Specification. KSC-LPS-IB-070-4 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 4, Pt. 1 - Operating System (Operating System Nucleus; Input/Output Supervision). KSC-LPS-IB-070-5, pt.1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 5, Pt. 2: Operating System (OS Data Management; CCMS Bootstrap). KSC-LPS-IB-070-5, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6 Pt. 1: Console Subsystems (Operations Console). KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6 Pt. 1: Console Subsystems (Operations Console). KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, Pt. 1, Revision F33 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 1: Console Subsystems Operation Consol. KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt.1, Revision F323 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 2: Console Subsystems (Operation Console) KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 2: Console Subsystems (Operation Console) KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 2, Revision F33 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 2: Console Subsystems, Operations Console. KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 2, Revision F323 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 3: Console Subsystems (Operations Console). KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt.3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 3: Console Subsystems, Operations Console. KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 3, Revision F33 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 3: Console Subsystem, Operations Console. KSC-LPS-IB-070-0, pt. 3, Revision F323 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Detailed Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 4: Console Subsystems (LPS Master Console). KSC-LPS- IB-070-6, pt. 4 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Pt. 4: Console Subsystems, LPS Master Console. KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 4, Revision F33 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 6, Part 4: Console Subsystems, LPS Master Console. KSC-LPS-IB-070-6, pt. 4, Revision F323 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 7, Pt. 1: Front End Processor Subsystems. KSC-LPS-070-7, pt. 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 7, Pt. 3: Front End Processor Subsystems. KSC-LPS-IB-070-7, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 7, Pt. 4: Front End Processor Subsystems. KSC-LPS-IB-070-7, pt. 4 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 7, Pt. 5: Front End Processor Subsystems. KSC-LPS-IB-070-7, pt. 5 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 7, Pt. 6: Front End Processor Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB-070-7, pt.6 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 8, Pt. 1: Processed Data Recorder Subsystem, Shared Peripheral Area Subsystem; Combined PDR/SPA Subsystem; Printer/Plotter Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB-070-8, pt. 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 8, Pt. 2: Processed Data Recorder Subsystem; Shated Peripheral Area Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB-070-8, pt.2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 8, Pt. 3: Processed Data Recorder Subsystem; PDR/SPA Subsystem; Printer/Plotter Subsystem. KSC-LPS-070-8, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 9, Pt. 1: Operational Readiness Test (ORT). KSC-LPS-IB-070-9, pt.1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 9, Pt. 2: Operational Readiness Test (ORT). KSC-LPS-IB-070-9, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 10, Pt. 1: System Build Software (FD Directory; CCMS Table Build; HOSC Table Build). KSC-LPS-IB-070-10, pt. 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 10, Pt. 2: System Build Software (System Configuators, Utilities; Inverted Index Utility; OCF Tape Processor). KSC-LPS-IB-070-10, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications Book 10, Pt. 3: System Bukld Software (Buffer Map; DSKL Directory Service; Flight File Utility; VS Configuration Table Build). KSC-LPS-IB-070-10, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications Book 11: Engineering Support Area (ESA). KSC-LPS-IB-070-11 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 14, Pt. 1: CCMS/CDS Interface Software Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB 070-14, pt. 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 14, Pt. 2: Base Structure Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB-070-14, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 14, Part 3: Data Base Structure Subsystem. KSC-LPS-IB-070-14, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 15: LPS Interface Controlled Function Designators and Other Related Data. KSC-LPS-IB-070-15 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 16: System Installation And Loading. KSC-LPS-IB-070-16 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 17: Microcode Test. KSC-LPS-IB-070-17 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 21, Part 1: Software Interface Document (SID) Operation System Interfaces. KSC-LPS-IB-070-21, pt. 1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 21, Pt. 2: Software Interface Document (SID) C-to-C and FEP Interfaces. KSC-LPS-IB-070-21, pt. 2 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMs Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 21, Pt. 3: Software Interface Document (DID) Disk Format and CDS. KSC-LPS-IB-070-21, pt. 3 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Detailed Software Design Specifications: Book 22: Avionics Diagnostics System. KSC-LPS-IB-070-22 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Operational Readiness Test (ORT) Users Guide. KSC-LPS-IB-092 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Software Development Plan, Pt. 1: LPS Development. KSC-LPS-DP-013 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS SRB/CCMS Validation Test Requirements Specifications: Book 2: CCMS Sets Validation. KSC-LPS-IB-054 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS System Generation User Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-5 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Systems Operations User Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-1 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS User Guide CCMS Component Message Catalog. KSC-LPS-OP-033-24 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Validation/Verification Procedures Users Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-17. Revision F33 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS CCMS Validation/Verification Procedures Users Packages. KSC-LPS-OP-033-17. Revision F323 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS FMEA and CIL Plan/Procedure. KSC-LPS-IB-071 (Fiche).
Box 43LPS Data Systems Study Ops Era Requirements and Transition Plan. KSC-DL-446-IB (Fiche).
Box 43LPS Data Systems Study Ops Era Requirements and Transition Plan. Change 1. KSC-DL-446-IB. Cover and Frontal Package 8 (Fiche).
Box 43Space Shuttle Technical Manual Operation and Maintenance Launch Processor System/Solid Rocket Booster First-In First-Out Buffer. TM-64 8 (Fiche).
Box 43Space Shuttle Technical Manual Operation and Maintenance Launch Processing System/Solid Rocket Booster: Common Data Buffer. TM-649 (Fiche).
Box 43Space Shuttle Technical Manual Operation and Maintenance Launch Processing System/Solid Rocket Booster: Overall Systems (Fiche).

Series 2 Subseries 3

Box 44Cassette tape - John Aaron, Spacecraft Soft., June 17, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tape - John Azzolini, ORC Computer Soft., July 2, 1984.
Box 44Cassette tape - Bill Baily, LPS, June 30, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tapes (2) - Steven G. Bales, Gemini/Apollo, May 31, 1983, Vol. 1 & 2.
Box 44Cassette tape - Pam Biergert, LIS, June 30, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tapes (2) - Frank Byrne, LPS Common Data, June 29, and July 8, 1984.
Box 44Cassette tapes (2) - Bill Charlon, Viking Voyage & Galileo AACS, May 18, 1984, Vol. 1 & 2.
Box 44Cassette tape - Bill Chubb, Jim McMillion, Skylab Comp, June 22, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tape - Eldon Clayton, June 1, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tape - John Copeland, ATMOC, June 23, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tape - Ken Cox, F-8 FLY-BY-WINE, June 14, 1983.
Box 44Cassette tapes (2) - Crew Computer Training, June 16, 1983, Vol. 1 & 2.
Box 45Cassette tape - Dwain Deets, F-8 DFRU, May 25, 1984.
Box 45Cassette tape - Dr. Carl Delvane, LPS-APPS. & SIMS, July 5, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tape - Jim Deming, GE 635 om., July 6, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tapes (2) - Lyn Dunseith, RTCC-Software, July 5-6, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tapes - John Erickson, Simulations, June 14, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tapes - Robert Ernull, Simulations, June 10, 1983.
Box 452 Cassettes tape - Jack Garman, Shuttle Software. & Apollo Software, June 1 & May 25, 1983.
Box 45Cassettes tapes - George Gianopolis, MC3, June 4, 1984.
Box 45Cassette tapes (2) - Ed Greenberg, Mariner CCS & Viking & Voyager, May 30, 1984, Vol 1 & 2, Vol 2- Gentry Lee, SEL Problem.
Box 45Cassette tape - Terry Hart, Mission Specialist: HP-41C & ON-B Comp., June 9, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tape - Henry Hartsfield & Vance Brand, June 2, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tapes (2) - Fred Heddens, R. C. Bulkley, George Smith, IBM-LPS, Launch Process, June 29, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tapes (2) - Dr. Helmut Hoelzer, LOL 2., V-2 Simulator, June 24, 1983.
Box 45Cassette tape - Brad Hughes, LPS, July 5, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Frank Hughes, June 2, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Lloyd Jennings, JPL-MCCC Configuration, May 15, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Carl Johnson, BSN LIARD/Software, May 23, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Don Johnson, Mariner, Voyager, Galileo, Mariner II, May 16, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Frank Jordan/Franz Borncamp, DSN software, June 1, 1984
Box 46Cassette tape - Lynn Killingbeck, IBM Shuttle RVNV, June 7, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Jim Lewis/Bob Panciera, Saturn computer on & Checkout, June 20, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Ed Lineberry, Mission Analysis, June 2, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Jack Lucas/H.G. Viels/Frank Vinz, M. Simulations, June 21, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Dick Malm, Command System, May 31, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Tony Macina, IBM Shuttle Software., June 7, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tapes (2) - Stan Mann, Spacecraft Software-Gemini & Apollo, June 6, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Ken Mansfield, Gemini/Apollo SAIL, SES., August 1, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Bob Nathan, Images Proc., May 30, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Russ Mattox, SSML's Controller, June 23, 1983.
Box 46Cassette tape - Ray Mazur, Orbit DET., June 28, 1984.
Box 46Cassette tape - Ann Merwarth, NSSC-Software., July 3, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - Bruce Miller, GV 635 Ground Support, July 5, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Walt Mitchell, SSME Software, June 23, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - John Morecraft/Dick Rice/Ed Blieland, Voyager PDS Software, May 29, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - John Morton, Mercury, Gemini support mission control, June 27, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - Richard Molber, JRL MCCC OPS, May 21, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - Roy Otamura/Dick Lemon, Voyager CCS software., May 29, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - Ray Palikowsky, simulators, June 10, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Al Parrish, Chief, Launch Processing System Division, June 28, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tapes (2) - Dick Parten, Software, June 3 & 16, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Henry Paul, Origins of LPS, July 7, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Pollen/Campbell/Riddle, IBM-Riddle, June 13, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Joe Randoll/Cliff Braddon, June 23, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - James L. Raney, May 31, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Kyle Rone, IBM, June 3, 1983.
Box 47Cassette tape - Don Royer, MOS software, June 7, 1984.
Box 47Cassette tape - Frank Singleton, JPL MCCC Evolution, May 17, 1984.
Box 48Cassette tape - Jane Stearus/Bobby Bruckner/Pam Biegert, LPS., June 30, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - Bill Stewart, NSSC-1 hardwr, July 10, 1984.
Box 48Cassette tape - Jim Stokes, Ground Control, June 14, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - Russ Stott, Mariner Test ER., Voyager, Viking, Image, May 16, 1984.
Box 48Cassette tape - Bill Sullivan, Ad on-board SPF, June 15, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - Charles Swearingen, Saturn IV-Skylab-Shuttle, June 21, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - Tom Walton, Origins of LPS-ACF, June 6, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - Jim Willbamer/Jack Bogan, IBM-LPS, June 29, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - John Woodell/David Eisenman, Voyager FDS hrdwr., May 21, 1984.
Box 48Cassette tape - Bob Yarborough, CITE, June 6, 1983.
Box 48Cassette tape - John Zipse, Galileo CDS sftwr., May 22, 1984.
Box 48Cassette tape - Dr. Al Zobrist, Image proc., May 23, 1984.

Series 2 Subseries 4

Box 491-35 Slides- G & N, CDU & Computer.
Box 491-24 Slides- G & N IMU.
Box 491-18 Slides- G & N P.E.A.
Box 491-29 Slides- G & N Optics.

Series 2 Subseries 5

Box 50Dr. Tomayko's NASA report "Computers In Spaceflight." This report is based upon the archived materials in Special Collections at Wichita State University. This report was donated by David T. Craig.