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ISS Daily Summary Report - 03/26/13
March 26, 2013
 
International Space Station (ISS) Management Center (IMC) Daily Summary Report
Increment 34 Operations – Stage 35-3
03/26/13 4:00 pm Central Daylight Time (CDT)
085/21:00 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)


New Status:
Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Operations: Last evening Robotics Ground Controllers powered up the MSS and the Crew unbolted and unlatched Dragon from the Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing System (CBM). Ground controllers then uninstalled Dragon using the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) and maneuvered it to the release position. After the crew released Dragon and it had drifted out of the Latching End Effector (LEE) cavity, the SSRMS was backed away from Dragon. Following Dragon departure, Ground controllers reconfigured the MSS for nominal operations and maneuvered the SSRMS to a park position. System performance was nominal.

SpaceX-2 Unberth and Splashdown:  After being released by the SSRMS, Dragon successfully completed the de-orbit burn, trunk separation and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean at 11:32am CDT.  Dragon was recovered and placed on its recovery vessel at 1:26pm CDT.  The recovery vessel with Dragon is targeted to arrive on shore Wednesday around 9:36pm CDT.

ENERGY Experiment: Flight Engineer (FE)-6 Marshburn prepared for a 10-day session of this experiment starting tomorrow.  Today he set up the Armband Activity Monitor, a device that monitors activity and assesses energy expenditure.  The monitor was positioned on the right tricep muscle and will be worn for the entire 10-day measurement period, after which the data will be downloaded to the Ground. A loss in astronauts’ body mass is a systematic observation during space flight. The aim of ENERGY is to measure changes in energy balance during long term space flight; measure adaptations in the components of the Total Energy Expenditure (consumption); and to derive an equation for the energy requirements of astronauts.

Previous Status (3/25/13)
SpaceX-2 Dragon Cargo Transfers and Departure Preparation: Commander (CDR) Chris Hadfield and Flight Engineer (FE)-6 Tom Marshburn loaded five full coldbags and an active GLACIER with returning science samples into the Dragon vehicle forward rack, and at 8:25 am CDT closed the Dragon hatch. Afterwards they configured the Dragon Pressurized Segment for closeout by removing utility jumpers, and installing required hardware needed prior to Dragon Vestibule depressurization and Dragon demate. CDR Hadfield completed Node 2 Nadir Common Berthing Mechanism (CBM) Controller Panel Assembly (CPA) Installation, which is required for Mission Control Center - Houston (MCC-H) to perform the Node 2 Nadir CBM preparation for Dragon demate.  Dragon is scheduled to unberth from the ISS at 6:06 am CDT tomorrow.

Today’s Planned Tasks
· Reaction self-test  [Complete]
· Dragon - birthing adapter preparation for undock  [Complete]
· Dragon/Node 2 - birthing adapter depress  [Complete]
· CUCU - channel В powerup  [Complete]
· US window shutter close  [Complete]
· SM ПСС (Caution & Warning Panel) Test / Manual Controls [РСУ],  [Complete]
· Reboot Laptop RS2(1) / Onboard Computer System (БВС)  [Complete]
· Reload Laptop RSS1, RSS2 / r/g 1009 step 1  [Complete]
· Dragon/Node 2 - birthing adapter depress  [Complete]
· Node 2 - undocking from CBM  [Complete]
· CCP - activation and cable checkup  [Complete]
· On MMC Go Laptop RS2 software update during nominal reboot and during reboot from backup partition. r/g 1876nu  [Complete]
· SSRMS checkup  [Complete]
· On MMC Go Laptop RS1 software update during nominal reboot and during reboot from backup partition.  r/g 1876nu  [Complete]
· Installing camera to feed video to display 3 of RWS in the LAB  [Complete]
· On MMC Go Laptop RS3 software update. Tag-up with specialists (S-band) / r/g 1876nu  [Complete]
· СОЖ Maintenance   [Complete]
· RWS config to monitor Dragon departure  [Complete]
· СКК cartridges - photographing/ р/г 1886  [Complete]
· SSRMS- preparation for Dragon moveout  [Complete]
·  SSRMS moves Dragon away from Node 2 nadir  [Complete]
· 800А unti replacement (А75) on FGB.  r/g 1868  [Complete]
· SSRMS checkup  [Complete]
· Dragon hw stowage  [Complete]
· CCP - cable removal  [Complete]
· Video camera to monitor RWS CUP - deactivation and stowage  [Complete]
· CUCU - deactivation  [Complete]
· ISS- ham radio session  [Complete]
· VTR  - prep for video recording  [Complete]
· SSC MPEG - turn on  [Complete]
· PMC (Ku+S-band)  [Complete]
· ENERGY. Straping monitor to hand   [Complete]
· Cleaning fan screen on FGB interior panels (panels 116, 316, 231, 431)  [Complete]
· PAO equipment prep  [Complete]
· PAO - crew prep  [Complete]
· PAO session  [Complete]
· ГЖТ - removal screens 1, 2, 3 in FGB  [Complete]
· ENERGY - water samples collection [Complete]
· ENERGY.  PFS install [Complete]
· IMS update [Complete]
· D2X (time counter) setup [Complete]
· VTR  - video recording equipment - turn off [Complete]
· Closing Cupola window shutter for heater turnoff test  [Aborted]  
· Photo/video playback - start
· BCAT - crew reminder reading [Complete]
· Reaction self-test for two crewmembers
· Photo/video playback - finish
 
Task List
· CEO ops
· SSC data gather (FE-6)
· SSC data gather (CDR)  [Complete]
· WHC KTO Replace  [Complete]
· WHC EDV R&R
· Roscosmos Report
· Uragan Photo
· EKON Photo
· IWIS photo
· 50P Trash Gather  [Complete]
· ATV Target Search
· CHeCS rack reorg
· CTB 1260 Cleanup
· IFM-caps/plugs sort
· ISS ext survey - JEM
· ISS ext survey - MRM
· P/TV contacts clean
· PCS Battery Changeout
· SSC Yellow Tag Removal  [Complete]

Ground
· Nominal Commanding
· Dragon uninstall  [Complete]
· SSRMS maneuver to release position  [Complete]
· SSRMS maneuver to park position   [Complete]

Three-Day Look Ahead:
Wednesday, 3/27: Energy-Day 1, CSLM stow, Reaction
Thursday, 3/28: 34S launch/dock, Energy-Day 2, Reaction
Friday, 3/29:  Sleep shift


QUICK ISS Status – Environmental Control Group:
Component
Status
Elektron
Off
Vozdukh
On
[СКВ] 1 – SM Air Conditioner System (“SKV1”)
On
[СКВ] 2 – SM Air Conditioner System (“SKV2”)
Off
Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly (CDRA) Lab
Standby
Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly (CDRA) Node 3
Operate
Major Constituent Analyzer (MCA) Lab
Failed
Major Constituent Analyzer (MCA) Node 3
Operate
Oxygen Generation Assembly (OGA)
Process
Urine Processing Assembly (UPA)
Standby