The Power of a “Can Do” team:Conducting the Constellation SRR                                  Matt Leonard, PMP          ...
Agenda♦ Introduction♦ Team Environment♦ Program Need♦ Programs Culture♦ Teams Motivation♦ Summary                         ...
Important First Step for CxP                   A Bold Vision for Space Exploration,                         Authorized by ...
Learning & Leveraging From the Past     as We Lean Forward with Today’s/Tomorrow’s Technologies• 34 Years since last Human...
Systems Engineering Near-Term Focus          with Long-Term Objectives in Mind• The scope of this initial CxP SRR and  “Fi...
Multiple Time-Phase SRRs                                                                 Addressing Additional Capabilitie...
This Year’s Focus – Successful Series of SRRsCxP 1st Season or SRRs Expectations:  Operational concepts baselined       Lv...
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  1. 1. The Power of a “Can Do” team:Conducting the Constellation SRR Matt Leonard, PMP Deputy Manager Lunar Surface Systems Project Office NASA
  2. 2. Agenda♦ Introduction♦ Team Environment♦ Program Need♦ Programs Culture♦ Teams Motivation♦ Summary 2
  3. 3. Important First Step for CxP A Bold Vision for Space Exploration, Authorized by Congress♦ Complete the International Space Station♦ Safely fly the Space Shuttle until 2010♦ Develop and fly the Crew Exploration Vehicle no later than 2014♦ Return to the Moon no later than 2020♦ Extend human presence across the solar system and beyond♦ Implement a sustained and affordable human and NASAÕ Exploration Roadmap s robotic program 1st Human Orion Flight♦ Develop supporting innovative technologies, 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 knowledge, and infrastructures Initial Orion Capability Lunar Outpost Buildup♦ Promote international and commercial participation in exploration 7th Human NASA Authorization Act of 2005 Lunar Robotic Missions Lunar Landing The Administrator shall establish a program to develop a sustained human presence on the Science Robotic Missions QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Moon, including a robust precursor program to QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decom pressor are needed to see this picture. Mars Expedition Design promote exploration, science, commerce and U.S. Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS QuickTime™ and a Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS decompressor Ares V Development are needed to see this picture. preeminence in space, and as a stepping stone to Space Shuttle Ops future exploration of Mars and other destinations. Orion Development Orion Development October 2006 2 Ares I Development Ares I Development Orion Production and Operations Orion Production and Operations Early Design Activity Lunar Lander Development Earth Departure Stage Development Surface Systems Development October 2006 4 SRR Schedule Overview - Updated 10/30 QuickTime™ and a 2006 2007 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor Drop 9/15 CO #1 CO #2 Pre-Board Remaining CxP SRR RIDs & Comments Burned Off Per are needed to see this picture. Reqmts- based 10-6 10-24 Ends 11/9 Approved Plans w/ Progressive/PrioritizedBaselining BOARD Program Christmas Holidays 12/1 11/14 Final of Incremental Baseline QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 9/18 & 19 Kickoff Drop #2 Reqmts Document Drop CxP SRR Del. 10/610/18 Final to Projects Synchronization CLV Go/No Go Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. QuickTime™ and a decompressor 9/15 are needed to see this picture. Projects Initial ’ RID CO Pre-Board QuickTime™ and a Alignment to this . Ver. Ver decompressor 11/22 are needed to see this picture. 12/12 CLV SRR Product Dev/Align CLV SRR CLV SRR SRR K/O BOARD QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 11/06 12/19 Req B/L for SDR & Req B/L Products Data Drop for IBR Pre-Board Released 12/15 12/22 Starts 1/29 2/22 CEV SRR Product Dev/Align CEV SRR CEV SRR RID CO 1/12 BOARD 2/9 Final Tech Direction 2/28 Data Drop Pre-Board 1/15 Starts 2/9 Ground Ops SRR RID CO BOARD 2/16 1/29 RID CO 2/13 BOARD 3/6 Mission Sys SRR Data Drop Pre-Board Collectively We Must Maintain 1/30 Starts 2/27 Translating Vision into Timely Reality Disciplined Vertical Alignment EVA SRR Data Drop 2/12 Pre-Board Starts 3/13 BOARD 3 RID CO Thanksgiving 2/27 3/16 November 10, 2006 28
  4. 4. Learning & Leveraging From the Past as We Lean Forward with Today’s/Tomorrow’s Technologies• 34 Years since last Human Building on a Foundation of Proven Technologies Space Transportation SRR - Launch Vehicle Comparisons - – People working together will be the key to our success Crew Lunar Lander Lander – Must learn from/leverage Earth Departure Stage (EDS) (1 J-2X) 499k lb LOx/LH2 robotics/unmanned expertise S-IVB Upper Stage (1 J-2 engine) (1 J-2X) 240k lb Lox/LH2 280k lb LOx/LH2 – Need to strategically engage S-II (5 J-2 engines) Industry and DoD 5-Segment Core Stage (5 RS-68 Engines) 1M lb LOx/LH2 Reusable Solid Rocket 3.1M lb LOx/LH2 S-IC Booster (5 F-1) (RSRB) 3.9M lb LOx/RP 5-Segment 2 RSRBÕs Space Shuttle Ares I Ares V Saturn V Height: 184.2 ft Height: 321 ft Height: 358 ft Height: 364 ft Gross Liftoff Mass: 4.5M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 2.0M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 7.3M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 6.5M lb 55k lbm to LEO 48k lbm to LEO 117k lbm to TLI 99k lbm to TLI 144k lbm to TLI in Dual- 262k lbm to LEO Launch Mode with Ares I 290k lbm to LEO October 2006 13 4
  5. 5. Systems Engineering Near-Term Focus with Long-Term Objectives in Mind• The scope of this initial CxP SRR and “First Season of SRRs” covers the architecture and engineering artifacts associated with: – Transportation to and from low earth orbit – Transportation to and from the lunar orbit as it relates to “driving early designs” of CEV/CLV/GO/MO/EVA• Also Refining Integrated Plan to leverage off of LAT and Lander Studies for performing Systems Engineering in Disciplined Manner in preparations of next Season of SRRs 5
  6. 6. Multiple Time-Phase SRRs Addressing Additional Capabilities PMR Revision #1 = TBD Pre Phase A Phase C = 0% Complete DRAFT CxP Season of SRRs Phase A/B Phase D = 100% Complete Initial Capability Content Level I Level II Level III FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 for Lunar Transportation T-Now OFT-1 OFT-2 OFT-4 Flight Plan ADFT-1 ADFT-0a CLV Launches OFT-3 Analysis of User , Selection and First Human Launch OFT-2 OFT-3 Program Integration Pre- Requirements Validation of Level I SRR NAR SDR PDR NAR CDR ADFT-1 FRR OFT-1 FRR FRR FRR Environment and Preferred System ICPR IDAC 2 IDAC 3 IDAC 4 IDAC 5 Reorganization of Level II Production/ Processing Acceleration Decision Point Constraints requirements and V&V Concept Integrated T&V ADFT-1 FEIT TBD OFT-2 FEIT OFT-1 FEIT OFT-3 FEIT objectives by architecture MLP MLP ADFT-1 MEIT#1 (CEV / ISS) OFT-4 FEIT Projects Decomposition organization and commonality Verification of Ground DDT&E PDR CDR ORD Sched Reserve Processing Operations Analysis of Integrated System HW O/D Need for ADFT-0a H/W O/D Need for ADFT-1 OFT-1 Need OFT-2 Need Requirements and Processing Performance SRR SDR PDR CDR OFT-3 Need Determination of V & V CEV DDT&E Del ADFT-1 Del OFT-1 Sched Reserve 2 3 Objectives Production Production SRR PDR CDR DCR Allocation to Sched Reserve CLV Functional Verification of DDT&E Del ADFT-0 Del ADFT-1 Del OFT-1 2 3 Analysis and Project/Element Element Production Production Initial Ops Production SRR PDR IDR CDR SAR Capability Decomposition Performance Transition Suit Production SRR MCC Ready for OFT-1 OFT-2 OFT-3 Mission Operations DDT&E Sched Reserve Operations Ops SRR SDR PDR CDR OFT-1 ORR OFT-2 ORR ECANS Allocation to Verification of Functional Allocation 6 Element/ Subsystem subsystems Performance CS Level II Level III Concept Concept Design and Development Baseline CxP Season of SRRs Analysis of User , for Lunar Surface Selection and Requirements Validation of Components of Program Constellation Environment and Reorganization of Preferred System Constraints requirements and V&V Concept Earth Departure Stage objectives by architecture Decomposition organization and commonality Verification of Analysis of Integrated System Orion - Crew Requirements and Performance Exploration Vehicle Determination of V & V ObjectivesHeavy LiftLaunchVehicle Functional Analysis and Decomposition Allocation to Project/Element Verification of Element Performance Setting the Lunar Crew Launch Vehicle Lander Functional Allocation Allocation to Verification of Right Element/ subsystems Subsystem Performance Foundation October 2006 6 CS Level II Level III Concept Concept Design and Baseline Development 6
  7. 7. This Year’s Focus – Successful Series of SRRsCxP 1st Season or SRRs Expectations: Operational concepts baselined Lvl I Reqmts ORD, O&O, ASR, SEP, ONE Integrated ESAS Results Agency Army CARD and unique specs (HSIR, CDD Requirements Baseline Operational Validation Validation Power Quality, C3I Interoperability...) CARD baselined Arch to n Systems I/Fs Re CxP Functional and performance tio Multi-Element/ Reqmts Multi-Mission qu i ca allocations to systems complete to the Verification ire rif SRDs & Intra extent SRDs can be baselined at me Ve Preliminary Element I/Fs Design Project SRRs Reqmts n & System ts n Intra- system interfaces described Prime Item & CI Integration tio & Prime Item & CI Verification Development (IRDs, IDDs) Specs & ICDs/ De a Specs gr IRSs/SRSs s Verification objectives and strategies te ig Subsystem In n documented (Master Verification Plan) Preliminary Integration Verification Design Architecture Description Document (ADD) baselined Notional Responsibilities: Component Design concepts underway CI / CSCIs Verification Lvl 0/I Progressive Performance assessments Lvl II integrated and in sync Build Lvl III Build Engineering plans published (SEMP, Contracting Teams SDP, CMP, RMP,……) and training invoked Technical Baseline Sync’d with Cost ICPR SRR SDR PDR CDR First and Schedule Baselines Mission Risks identified with mitigation plans Set 7 Addressing Verification Aggressively and Concurrently 7

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