Tindallgrams

1966 Tindallgrams

Sources:

1 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/tindallgrams01.pdf
2 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/tindallgrams02.pdf
3 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/1967_tindallgrams.pdf
4 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/1968_tindallgrams.pdf
5 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/1969_tindallgrams.pdf
6 http://www.collectspace.com/resources/tindallgrams/1970_tindallgrams.pdf
7 http://web.mit.edu/digitalapollo/Documents/Chapter7/tindallgrams.pdf
SerialDateSubjectSources
66-FM1-59 Dec 05 1966 Spacecraft computer program requirements for AS-207/208, AS-503, and AS-504 2
66-FM1-60 May 16 1966 Comments on the AS-207/208 Preliminary Spacecraft Reference Trajectory 2
66-FM1-64 May 27 1966 CSM orbit determination using the LEM radar 2
66-FM1-68 May 31 1966 Apollo spacecraft computer program development newsletter 7
66-FM1-70 Jun 02 1966 Spacecraft computer program status report 2
66-FM1-75 Jun 13 1966 Apollo spacecraft computer programs--or, a bucket of worms 7
66-FM1-78 Jul 01 1966 Another Apollo spacecraft computer program status report 7
66-FM1-83 Jun 11 1966 Apollo rendezvous guidance computer program options 2
66-FM1-84 Jul 11 1966 Capability to do orbit navigation in earth orbit will not be implemented for AS-207 or AS-504 2
66-FM1-85 Jul 08 1966 Determination of relative CSM orbit 2
66-FM1-86 Jul 08 1966 No special program available for targeting the CSM plane change in lunar orbit 2
66-FM1-89 Jul 11 1966 LEM radar angle bias correction 2
66-FM1-94 Jul 18 1966 Rendezvous terminal phase guidance program in the Apollo spacecraft computer 2
66-FM1-95 Jul 21 1966 AS-204 computer program status 7
66-FM1-100 Aug 30 1966 Notes regarding the AS-207/208 Guidance Systems Operations Plan (GSOP) meeting with MIT 2
66-FM1-103 Aug 30 1966 Automatic rendezvous braking maneuver 2
66-FM1-104 Sep 02 1966 Status of the lunar module "quick return" guidance capability 2
66-FM1-107 Sep 19 1966 Alternate rendezvous technique - mission planning status 2
66-FM1-108 Sep 20 1966 Spacecraft computer program status for AS-501 7
66-FM1-109 Sep 21 1966 Mission rules needed for use with AGC self-check 2
66-FM1-110 Sep 21 1966 LGC computer requirements to provide DPS backup of SPS 2
66-FM1-111 Sep 21 1966 Rendezvous search modes of various types 2
66-FM1-112 Sep 21 1966 Apollo rendezvous navigation data edit is too complicated 2
66-FM1-113 Sep 21 1966 There are differences in the descent guidance programs on AS-503 and AS-504 2
66-FM1-114 Sep 22 1966 Apollo spacecraft guidance navigation modes currently planned for AS-$03 and AS-504 2
66-FM1-115 Sep 27 1966 LGC program development for the AS-278B 2
66-FM1-118 Oct 04 1966 No extra memory for the Apollo Spacecraft Computer 2
66-FM1-123 Oct 11 1966 Procedure for obtaining Apollo Spacecraft Computer Program schedule information 2
66-FM1-124 Oct 11 1966 Program Development Plans are coming!! 2
66-FM1-129 Oct 12 1966 Cursory definition of Spacecraft Computer Program capabilities currently planned for AS-503 and AS-504 2
66-FM1-130 Oct 12 1966 Altitude and velocity limits imposed by the spacecraft computer program on the AS-503 mission 2
66-FM1-131 Oct 10 1966 More on Program Development 2
66-FM1-132 Oct 14 1966 LGC program requirements and mission constraints on alternate mission AS-278B 2
66-FM1-133 Oct 14 1966 AS-206 LGC program status 2
66-FM1-135 Oct 17 1966 Verification of LGC when powered-up in space 2
66-FM1-136 Oct 17 1966 Apollo Spacecraft Computer Program Schedule 2
66-FM1-137 Oct 17 1966 Another AGC program development report 2
66-FM1-141 Nov 03 1966 AGC program for AS-501/502 - Final status report 2
66-FM1-142 Nov 01 1966 In which some items of interest regarding the AS-206 LGC program status are discussed 2
66-FM1-148 Nov 14 1966 AGS program status for AS-278 2
66-FM1-151 Nov 14 1966 Ground rules for MIT man loading for AGC programming 2
66-FM1-168 Nov 25 1966 Small program change needed in the AS-501/502 AGC program 2
66-FM1-169 Nov 28 1966 LGC program status for AS-206 2
66-FM1-170 Nov 28 1966 More interesting things about our work with MIT 2
66-FM1-188 Dec 22 1966 DAP initialization simplification 2
66-FM1-189 Dec 22 1966 We've bit the bullet on GRR 2
66-FM1-191 Dec 22 1966 MIT's digital computers are saturated until the IBM 360 becomes operational 2