Staple-bound manual entitled, "(For All Launch Dates) Apollo 17 Final Lunar Surface Procedures, Vol. 1: Nominal Plans," 311 pages, 8 x 10.5, November 6, 1972. The manual is designed to document the planning for lunar surface EVA operations on Mission J-3, to describe the crew equipment interface, and to document the manner in which the lunar surface mission requirements are to be implemented. The nominal plan includes three two-man EVA periods during the 75 hour stay of the LM vehicle on the lunar surface. The first, second and third EVA's are each planned for seven hours of activity from depressurization to repressurization of the LM. The manual consists of four main sections: Introduction, Mission Description (Landing Site, Lunar Surface Objectives, EVA Requirements), Nominal Lunar Surface Procedures (EVAs 1-3, Photography Data, Lunar Rover Vehicle, etc.), and Appendix. In fine condition. From the collection of Dan Schaiewitz, who worked as Extravehicular Crew Training Engineer at KSC. View Dan's many Collect Space posts here. Engineer Dan Schaiewitz gives us a fascinating firsthand glimpse into his experiences on the cutting edge of space exploration during the Apollo missions, in this podcast.
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