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You are continuing the mission of the<br />Challenger 51-L Crew<br />January 28, 1986<br />Christa McAuliffe<br />
Moon Facts<br />One fourth (1/4) size of Earth<br />Is 384, 400 km from Earth (or 238,855 miles)<br />Almost no atmosphere...
Mission Objectives<br />
<ul><li>Launch and dock with lunar lander.
Land the crew on the lunar surface.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Retrieve probe from previous lunar mission.
Build equipment module probe for lunar landing. </li></li></ul><li>Maintain health and safety of crew.<br />
Select landing site based on …<br />
Analysis of lunar rocks, minerals,<br /> and regolith…<br />
Where will we land?<br />
To Achieve Our Mission Objectives:<br /><ul><li> Work as a team
Make responsible decisions
 Solve problems
Communicate effectively</li></li></ul><li>All messages must include a subject<br />Teams will type messages in the message...
Click on IN <br /> and click on<br /> the message you<br /> want to read.<br />When messages come in the bar will blink   ...
Good luck astronauts on your<br />
Mid-Mission Crew Briefing<br />
Emergency!!!<br />The following teams need to report on the health & safety of the crew:<br />Medical<br />Isolation<br />...
Post-Mission Debriefing<br />
How we achieved our mission objective of landing safely on the Moon:<br /><ul><li> Worked as a team
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  • TURN on TVCLICK
  • (Life Systems Engineer will appear and be silent for 10 seconds – while you say)Johnson Space Center this is Moon Mission Control – do you copy, Over?LS Engineer– “Moon Mission Control this is Commander ________________. I copy, over.” (LS Eng will be silent for 25 seconds while you talk)Commander ____________, we need your assistance. We have an issue on our spacecraft. An emergency signal was generated by the filtering system. According to our research the removed filter removed has a mass of _____________grams. We have determined this reading is above normal range. Our solution is to change the air filter immediately and check the mass of the filter every 15 minutes. LS Engineer – “ Moon Mission Control according to our research we confirm that reading is above normal range. I repeat that reading is above normal range.” (LS Eng will be silent for 6 seconds)Commander, will we have to scrub our mission?LS Engineer – “ No, we can confirm that the safety measures you developed are acceptable. When you return to the spacecraft, the Life support team must change the air filter immediately. I repeat – change the filter immediately. It is also very important that you check the mass of the filter every 15 minutes. Do you copy,? Over.” (LS Eng will be silent for 12 seconds)We copy and thank you for your assistance. We are confident we will be able to continue our mission. LS Engineer – “ Glad I could be of assistance. Good luck on your quest to return to the moon! Over and out”CLICK
  • Life Systems Engineer says:Astronauts, this is Commander _____________ from Johnson Space Center. We have been monitoring the status of your mission and have received confirmation that the equipment module and all astronauts have safely landed on the lunar surface. The construction of the new lunar colony is well underway and should be ready for inhabitants soon. Congratulations on a successful return to the moon mission. You are to be commended for your incredible effort, responsible decision making and tremendous teamwork. This is Commander __________ over and out.
  • Transcript of "Moon Prebrief"

    1. 1.
    2. 2. You are continuing the mission of the<br />Challenger 51-L Crew<br />January 28, 1986<br />Christa McAuliffe<br />
    3. 3. Moon Facts<br />One fourth (1/4) size of Earth<br />Is 384, 400 km from Earth (or 238,855 miles)<br />Almost no atmosphere (air)<br />Surface temperatures range from -193°C (-315°F night in polar regions) to 111°C (232°F day in equatorial regions)<br />Water has been found on the moon<br />Surface is covered with regolith, a mixture of fine dust and rocky debris<br />Has 1/6 the gravity of Earth<br />
    4. 4. Mission Objectives<br />
    5. 5. <ul><li>Launch and dock with lunar lander.
    6. 6. Land the crew on the lunar surface.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Retrieve probe from previous lunar mission.
    7. 7. Build equipment module probe for lunar landing. </li></li></ul><li>Maintain health and safety of crew.<br />
    8. 8. Select landing site based on …<br />
    9. 9. Analysis of lunar rocks, minerals,<br /> and regolith…<br />
    10. 10. Where will we land?<br />
    11. 11. To Achieve Our Mission Objectives:<br /><ul><li> Work as a team
    12. 12. Make responsible decisions
    13. 13. Solve problems
    14. 14. Communicate effectively</li></li></ul><li>All messages must include a subject<br />Teams will type messages in the message box.<br />
    15. 15. Click on IN <br /> and click on<br /> the message you<br /> want to read.<br />When messages come in the bar will blink _in MC and in the SC there will be a blinking antenna<br />yellow<br />
    16. 16. Good luck astronauts on your<br />
    17. 17.
    18. 18. Mid-Mission Crew Briefing<br />
    19. 19. Emergency!!!<br />The following teams need to report on the health & safety of the crew:<br />Medical<br />Isolation<br />Life Support<br />
    20. 20.
    21. 21.
    22. 22. Post-Mission Debriefing<br />
    23. 23.
    24. 24.
    25. 25. How we achieved our mission objective of landing safely on the Moon:<br /><ul><li> Worked as a team
    26. 26. Made responsible decisions
    27. 27. Solved problems
    28. 28. Communicated effectively</li></li></ul><li>Mission Summary<br /><ul><li> Launched from Earth
    29. 29. Retrieved stranded probe
    30. 30. Left Earth orbit & docked with lander
    31. 31. Entered lunar orbit
    32. 32. Selected lunar landing site
    33. 33. Maintained health & safety of the crew
    34. 34. Landed on lunar surface</li></li></ul><li>
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