Multi-Program Integrated Milestones

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Multi-Program Integrated Milestones

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CONFIGURATION CONTROLLED DOCUMENT Legend Document # MPIM-rev-FY2008-Q3 revised April 29, 2008 Controlling Officials: Joel Kearns (HQ/SOMD), John Olson (HQ/ESMD) Multi-Program Integrated Milestones Shuttle Flight uncrewed COTS flight uncrewed/crewed Constellation Flight no further facility utilization identified CY 2007 CY 2008 CY 2009 CY 2010 CY 2011 CY 2012 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 9 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 VSE Milestone: Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Human Lunar Return Lunar ReconnaissanceInternational Space StationMoon Orbiter NOTE: Orions 7 and 8 NOTE: Orions 9 NOTE: Orions 11 NOTE: Orions 14 NOTE: Orions 18 International Partners International Partners International Partners International Partners International Partners Int’l Partners Int’l Partners Int’l Partners and COTS are and 10 and COTS and 12 and COTS and 16 and COTS and 20 and COTS Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz Soyuz contingent on ISS end- are contingent on are contingent on are contingent on are contingent on Progress Progress Progress Progress Progress Progress Progress Progress of-life date and continuing U.S. ISS continuing U.S. ISS continuing U.S. ISS continuing U.S. ISS ATV ATV ATV potential for continuing ops ops ops ops ATV ATV ATV ATV ATV U.S. ISS ops HTV HTV HTV HTV HTV HTV HTV HTV Six person crew capability Russian crew-cargo purchasing authority ends NOTE: The potential for ISS operations after 2016 is under review ULF4 ULF5 ULF3 ULF2 2J/A 1J/A 19A 20A 17A 15A 10A 1E 1J HST SM4 NOTE: ULF4 and ULF5 are LEO manifested as contingency ISS logistics flights. Commercial Cargo Capability to ISS Commercial Cargo Capability to ISS Commercial Cargo Capability to ISS Commercial Cargo Capability to ISS Commercial Cargo Capability to ISS COTSCommercial Cargo Capability to ISS COTSCommercial Cargo Capability to ISS COTSCommercial Cargo Capability to ISS COTSCommercial Cargo Capability to ISS COTS Capability to ISS Capability to ISSSpace Shuttle 120 122 123 124 125 126 119 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 Commercial Cargo COTS Capability to ISS Capability to ISS Capability to ISS Capability to ISS Capability to ISS COTS Capability to ISS COTS Capability to ISS COTS Capability to ISS Last ET on-dock Discovery retired at KSC Last SSME NOTE: Atlantis retirement Endeavour retired Atlantis retired on-dock at KSC under review. Demo 3 SRR Demo 3 PDR Demo 2/3 CDR SpaceX Financing round 2 Financing round 3 Demo 2 PDR Demo 3COTS Demo 1 Demo 2 Demo Mission SRR Demo Mission CDR OSC RpK Unpress. Cargo Press. Cargo PDR PDR Demo Mission PDR Unpress. Cargo CDR Demo Mission COTS Phase I – Cargo Demonstration COTS Phase II – Cargo Services SSP last-need SSP last-need SSP last –need for MLP 2; for MLP 3; VAB HB 3 and 4 no Cx requirement for A-2 no Cx requirement loaned to Cx for Ares I-X, then HB 4 HB 3 returned to SSP LC-39A configuration for last SSP flight off pad J-2X testing modifications beginFacilities OPF 1 OPF 3 OPF 2 LC-39A configuration SSP last-need for Ares V SSP last-need for OPF 1, 3, and 2; for VAB SSP last-need no Cx requirement HB 1 and 2 for VAB SSP last-need for TBD use for Ares I vs. HB 3 and 4 MLP 1 Ares V processing A-3 ready for Cx testing LC-39B configuration for last SSP flight off pad LC-39B and MLP 1 SSP last-need SSP last-need LC-39B configuration configuration for Ares I-X for CT 2 for Ares I-Y for CT 1 Sub- Sub- Sub- Sub- Sub- Sub- Sub- Orbital Orbital Orbital Orbital Orbital Orbital Orbital Ares I-X Pad Abort 1 4 seg. 1st AA-1 Pad Abort 2 AA-2 AA-3 stage, transonic max-q tumble Ares I-Y dummy u/s 5 seg 1st stage, Orion 1 Orion 3 Orion 4 Orion Orion 2 NOTE: Sub-orbital test flights prior to Orion 1 subject toConstellation dummy u/s 5 seg 1st stage, IOC test flight, FOC IOC change with test experience and funding requirements. active u/s, active test flight, LIDS Orion capsule LIDS Orion 6 Ares V-Y Orion 5 Orion 7 Orion 14 Orion 11 Orion 18 Orion 8 Orion 16 Orion 12 Altair 1 / Orion 13 Orion 9 Orion 10 Altair 3 / Orion 17 Orion 20 Altair 2 / Orion 15 IC Level 1 SDR IC Level 1 PDR 1 IC Level 1 PDR 2 IC Level 1 SAR Altair 4 / Orion 19 IC Level 1 CDR Orion pre-NAR Orion NAR and PDR Orion CDR Orion DCR and SAR Ares I-X Ares I PDR and Ares I U/S SDR st Ares I 1 stage CDR Ares I CDR Start of J-2X testing on A3 J-2X MPTA U/S need date Ares I U/S DCR Ares I DCR CDR Part 2 NAR NOTE: The shadowed Orion 2 IOC flight in 2013 is the programmatic manifest date at Ares I SDR and Ares I 1st stage PDR Ares I U/S CDR J-2X DCR the 33% confidence level. The bold Orion IOC in 2015 flight is the current Agency pre-NAR commitment at the 65% funding confidence level for the flight manifest. Ares I-X Ares I U/S PDR J-2X CDR Ares I 1st stage DCR CDR Part 1 Lunar Capability (LC) Level 1 SRR LC Level 1 SDR LC Level 1 PDR LC Level 1 CDR LC Level 1 SAR Ares V project SRR Ares V project PDR Ares V project CDR Ares V project DCR Altair project SRR Altair project PDR Altair project CDR Altair project DCRRSRM 5 Constellation 35 10 Constellation 10 Constellation 12 Constellation 13 Constellation 15 Constellation 15 Constellation 15 Constellation 19 Constellation 27 Constellation 31 Constellation 36 Constellation 41 Constellation Shuttle 35 Shuttle

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