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  • Unknown author (Bendix Corporation, Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Covers the scientific objectives of the lunar laser ranging experiment, the LRRR equipment makeup, deployment and operation. Covers the Apollo 11 and 14 experiments and the not yet deployed Apollo 15 reflector.
  • Faller, J. E. (Physics Department. Wesleyan University., 1973)
    This report focuses on the Apollo 14 and 15 arrays, and discusses the experiments status.
  • Van Hoorde, G. R. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The purpose of this ATM is to document the results of the parts application analysis study performed on the LEAM Experiment.
  • Pilon, Paul. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    A functional test of the mechanical features used for release of folding mechanisms and deployment of the LEAM experiment was performed on the DVT model prior to installation of the electronics.
  • Mills, L. S. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The LEAM DVT Thermal tests were conducted 15 March through 23 March 1971 in the NRC 4' x 8' thermal vacuum chamber located in plant 2. Sixteen thermal conditions were imposed on the DVT model encompassing Survival, Night, ...
  • Kaliniec, L.; Wadleigh, K. H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This ATM presents the results of the dynamic analysis and testing performed on the DVT model of the LEAM Experiment Package. The interface of this package is with the Array E (Apollo 17) - Subpack No. 2 pallet.
  • Wadleigh, K. H. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This ATM gives the results of the dynamic analysis on the LEAM Flight Model Experiment Package. The DVT model dynamic analysis and testing results were presented in ATM 1022, Reference 1. A comparison of the flight model ...
  • Cooper, J. W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This ATM documents the Failure Mode Effect and Criticality Analysis of the LEAM experiment. The analysis reflects data available at the PDR. This preliminary ATM will be updated at CDR.
  • Simms, R. J.; Mills, L. S. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The purpose of the test is to provide thermal vacuum test data to allow computation of the film temperature and verify the measured optical properties of the film. A secondary purpose is to verify the thermal effects of ...
  • Kaliniec, L. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Since Parylene C, of which the present LEAM DVT sensor films are made, is stronger than Parylene N, of which the Pioneer dust detector sensor films were made, it was deemed reasonable to study whether or not the film support ...
  • Van Hoorde, G. R. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Presented herein are the results of the reliability numerical analysis conducted on the LEAM experiment. This analysis was conducted in accordance with the requirements of "Failure Rate Data for ALSEP" ATM 605A.
  • Van Hoorde, G. R. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Presented herein are the results of the reliability analysis conducted on the LEAM. This ATM comprises reliability numerical analysis, reliability mathematical models, failure modes, effects and criticality analysis, and ...
  • Cooper, J. W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    This ATM documents the Reliability Prediction for the LEAM. It reflects the information available at the PDR of the subcontractor, Time Zero. This preliminary ATM will be updated for CDR.
  • Perkins, Derek. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    A development program was defined to determine the characteristics required by the front film to survive the lunar environment and also to benefit from any recent developments in the state of the art of Parylene deposition ...
  • Perkins, Donald H. (Bendix Corporation, Aerospace Systems Division, 1973)
    An investigation was conducted to determine why the temperature of the Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) exceeded the math model predictions when operating on the lunar surface.
  • Mills, L. S. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    The Lunar Ejecta and Meteorites Experiment (LEAM) thermal design is a result of thermal math model development, DVT model testing, and math model refinement.
  • Psaros, G. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1972)
    This ATM summarizes the LEAM thermal control design, analysis and test program including the DVT T/V test and the qual/flight T/V acceptance tests.
  • Steinmeye, D. R. (Bendix Corporation, Aerospace Systems Division, 1972)
    Conventional negative temperature coefficient thermistors can be made to give a linear emf readout over a limited range if used in the right kind of circuit. A computer program is described which, given the thermistor data ...
  • Howell, F. L.; Hiebert, Robert W. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1971)
    Presented herein is the Non Metallic Materials List for the LMS. Exhibit A defines Non Metallic Materials for BxA and Exhibit B defines Non Metallic Materials for UTD portions of the LMS design. The data herein represents ...
  • Toelle, Dan. (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division, 1972)
    This ATM summarizes the analytical and test results of the Lunar Mass Spectrometer thermal control system. The first section introduces the hardware and develops the mathematical thermal model of the experiment. The second ...

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