Is there any information about the dimensions of the Orion Service Module?? I am trying to make a 1\12 scale model of the system, for my collection, and I have only found a length, that says it is 15.8 feet long. This is a start, but, it does not give diameters of the inner cylinder and solar cell panels...etc... Can you help???Thank you so very much!!!
Here is a picture of the Service Module (the caption from ESA web site says model?) on the factory floor.
Here's a presentation on Orion's battery pack from that article.https://batteryworkshop.msfc.nasa.gov/presentations/01_Development%20of%20120V%20Batteries%20for%20ORION%20MPCV.pdfA Titanium spring was used as a solution to packing the batteries in a small volume.
Here are some more details on the service module from Mr. Bill Hill during the Human Exploration and Operations Committee of the NASA Advisory Council on July 28th:http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/heo/nac-heoc/#.VcI93vmm2u8a PDF of ther power point from his talk is at:http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/files/2-Hill-Exploration-Systems-Development-Status-ESD-Status-NAC_Hill-July-28_Final.pdf Note that the Gant chart shows the integration of the SM with the CSM in February of 2017.and I posted pages 2, 7 and 8 from the presentation.