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MAN-SYSTEMS INTEGRATION STANDARDS
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Video User's Guide:
  •  Appendix H1
  •  Appendix H2
  •  Appendix H3
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Appendix H1 - Video Scene Titles

Number TitleSkip the Videos
1 Skylab in Orbit
2 Shuttle Orbiter in orbit
3 Crew on Orbiter flight deck
4 Graphic: space neutral posture
5 Crewman at Skylab wardroom window
6 Spacelab crewmember holds arms
7 Skylab crewmember on exercise ergometer
8 Skylab crewmember don suits
9 Space Motion Sickness Experiments: crew participation
10 Fluid shift: graphics and discussion
11 Sequence showing body rotations and rapid translations
12 Contingency maintenance: poor restraint & bad lighting
13 Earth scene & scene showing docking-discussion of sense of vision
14 Crewmember translate through Skylab-discussion of sense of orientation
15 Wardroom table and eating scenes from Skylab
16 Skylab and Orbiter sleep stations
17 Exercise: scenes from Skylab & Shuttle showing different types of exercise
18 Body cleansing scenes from Skylab and Shuttle
19 Space Housekeeping on Shuttle and Skylab
20 Medical monitoring: Shuttle
21 Body restraint illustrations
22 Paper/hand copy/document management, document restraint
23 Manual dexterity during task performance: tool restraint during tasks
24 Work bench innovations on Skylab: fan housing and filter screen
25 Difficulty in handling small items
26 Workstation/work area architecture and panel orientation considerations
27 Windows as work stations: crowding and interference issues
28 Manipulation of hardware in microgravity and difficulty created by poorly restrained documents. Difficulty in freeing stuck mechanisms
29 Cable and hose management clutter, snag and interference potential
30 Body translation-equipment vulnerability/inadvertent control actuation or damage potential during crew translations
31 Equipment translation illustrations, body restraint during equipment handling
32 Introduction to EVA-suited restrictions dexterity/mobility and body/equipment restraints and mobility aids
33 Body and equipment restraints: EVA considerations and provisions Gemini to Shuttle
34 Equipment manipulation and translation - EVA
35 Manned maneuvering unit operations: satellite retrieval operations
36 EVA lighting consideration, vehicle external lighting considerations/ requirements
37 Summary: Posture, restraints, access, single reference frame

See Appendix H1 for listing of videos with paragraph references.

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