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  • Smyth, Joseph R. (Pergamon Press, 1975)
    Lunar rock 76535 appears to be one of the most slowly cooled bits of silicate material yet studied. The crystal structures of its three major phases, anorthite, olivine, and bronzite have been refined from three-dimensional ...
  • Unknown author (Bendix Corporation Aerospace Systems Division?, 1966-1972)
    Gives the ATM number, issue date, author, and title for the ALSEP technical memoranda (ATM) from Bendix.
  • Blanford, G. E.; Fruland, Ruth M.; Morrison, Donald A. (Pergamon Press, 1975)
    Track density profile measurements in sample 64455 and sample 68815 have been used to derive a long-term solar-flare differential energy spectrum for iron-group (20 ~ Z ~ 26) nuclei from --0.1 to --600 MeV/a.m.u.
  • Marrus, Leslie D. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The attached LRRR (300) Task Sequence/Timeline for the Hadley Rille Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 15 configuration of the LRRR (300).
  • Marrus, Leslie D. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The attached LRRR (300) Task Sequence/Timeline for the Hadley Rille Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 15 configuration of the LRRR (300).
  • Goran, M.; Min, G. B.; Wadleigh, K. H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This ATM presents the results of the structural dynamics analysis performed on the Lunar Ranging Retro Reflector 300 Corner Array.
  • Granholm, E. A. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    The results of thermal design/analyses performed on the 300 corner Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LRRR 300) to determine array operating temperature levels, net array/lunar environment heat exchange, and corner optical ...
  • Redick, Ronald L. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    This ATM reports the results of the Crew Systems and Operations Acceptance Test for the LRRR Astronaut Trainer.
  • Cornille, H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused by excessive heat, dust or kapton contamination of the retro-reflector faces, or physical movement of the LRRR which produces misalignment.
  • Cornille, H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    Since the lifetime goal of the LRRR is 10 years it is desired to minimize degrading or disabling conditions which could be brought about by LM or other lunar equipment (ALSEP). Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused ...
  • Cornille, H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1968)
    It is desired to have the LRRR reflector array oriented as nearly normal to the incident laser radiation as possible in.order to achieve a maximum returned signal. Various factors prevent the exact alignment, however, and ...
  • Marrus, Leslie D. (Bendix Systems Division, 1970)
    The attached LRRR Task Sequence/Timeline for the Fra Mauro Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 14 configuration of the LRRR.
  • Marrus, Leslie D. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1970)
    The attached LRRR Task Sequence/Timeline for the Littrow Landing Site provides a basic description of the astronaut operations required to completely deploy the Apollo 14 configuration of the LRRR.
  • Geiss, H. W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The following deployment procedure is the Crew Engineering Acceptance Test Sequence for the LRRR(300) Trainer. This deployment sequence includes all the tasks and equipment manipulations that the astronauts will be required ...
  • Geiss, H. W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The following is the Crew Engineering Acceptance Plan for the LRRR(300) Astronaut Trainer.
  • Redick, Ronald L. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The Acceptance Test performed by CS&O provides a means of evaluating the astronaut interface manipulative characteristics for the LRRR(300) Astronaut Trainer prior to delivery. CS&O personnel ensure that the LRRR(300) is ...
  • Kuechenmeister, T. J. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Since the lifetime goal of the LRRR(300) is 10 years it is desired to minimize degrading or disabling conditions which could be brought about by LM. Potential damage to the LRRR could be caused by excessive heat, dust or ...
  • Lavin, W. J. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The purpose of this ATM is to perform a "worst case" analysis of LSG/Boyd Bolt interface using the data recorded at the tests performed at Arthur D. Little Incorporated on 15 July through 21 July 1971 to determine the ...
  • Gerke, P. Donald (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1972)
    Describes the science characteristics of the Lunar Surface Gravimeter (LSG) Flight Model.
  • Bendix Corporation. Aerospace Systems Division. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division., 1971)
    The Lunar Surface Gravimeter electronics technical description.

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