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    • A 0284 14247 PP YYY RUXSOAA2336 3462258 00030-XXXX--RUXPDAA. LNY XXXXX YYY ZNM P 442248Z BI- iAt - .73 1/6 1110.111.1111 A N NRO APPROVED FOR RELEASE DECLASSIFIED BY: C/IART DECLASSIFIED ON: 10 JANUARY 2013 T OPCCCRCT4422482 PRIORIT INFO PRIORITY : )111:101 : D: ISOM • O.Lk FIR L. CRESS, BISON FOR FOR SUBS: FILM tOAD'UFQ*MATION 4. THE FOLLOWING "STANDARD" LOADS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR USE INEITHER 4354 OR 4352 DURING 4984. STANDARD 9" LOAD: . 43,258 FT, OF SO-342 RECOMMENDED FOR EITHER 4354 OR 4352. ADDITIONAL 9"•LOAD: 44,438 . 0F SO-342, TWO SEGMENTS OF SO-489 TOTALING 4758 FEET FOR A TOTAL LOAD OF 43.488 FT. STANDARD 5 LOAD: SO-342-958 FT. IN S SEGMENTS SO-409-450 FT. IN THREE 450 FT. SEGMENTS. ONE IN SRV NUMBER. TWO IN SRV NUMBER 2. 80,-255-608 FT. IN FOUR 458 FT. SEGMENTS, 2 PER SRV SO-438-680 FT. IN FOUR 458 FT. SEGMENTS, 2 PER SRV ADDITIONAL 5" LOAD: S0-342-2258 FT. IN 6 SEGMENTS' S0-489-308 FT. IN 2 SEGMENTS IN SRV : NUMBER 4.SO-255-208 FT. IN 2 SEGMENTS, ONE PER SRV 50'-438-200 FT. IN 2 SEGMENTS, ONE PER SRV NOTE FOR ALL LOADS: NOT INCLUDED IN FILM TOTAL IS 488 FT. OF SO-345, AT LEAST HALF OF WHICH WILL BE USED FOR TESTING BEFORE FLIGHT. ANY SO-345 NOT USED FOR TESTING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR OPERATIONAL USE. STANDARD LOADS A AND C ARE THE SAME CONFIGURATION USED IN ALL OUR MISSION SIMULATIONS. THIS IS OUR RECOMMENDED' LOAD COMBINATION. (9" AND 5 "3 FOR A LOU ALTITUDE MISSION LAUNCHED IN THE MARCH TIME FRAME. FOR AN ALL HIGH ALTITUDE MISSON LAUNCHED IN THE MARCH TIME FRAME' WE RECOMMEND LOADS A' AND D. THE DECREASE IN COLOR AND COLOR/IR IS RECOMMENDED BECAUSE OF THE EXPECTED RADIATION DAMAGE IN AN ALL HIGH MISSION. FOR 428 DAY MISSIONS-, S0 -255 SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ENGINEERING ONLY AT ALTITUDES ABOVE 200 NM'S AND S0-438 SHOULD'BE CONSIDERED ENGINEERING ONLY AT ALTITUDES ABOVE 308 NM'S. THE DECREASE IN SO-489 IS DUE TO THE LATE SUMMER LIGHTING CONDITIONS. IF A DIFFERENT MISSION FILM LOAD IS REQUIRED, IT CAN BE PRODUCED:. WITHIN MI CSIXTY3 DAYS OF SPECIFIC LOAD DEFINITION. REVU 44 DEC 2000 • TOPCCCRCT L3 V521 DIWASI crilV