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How often do you want an ISS Topology update?

Once a year
0 (0%)
When racks are relocated
1 (33.3%)
For each crew increment (rack location only)
1 (33.3%)
For each crew increment (rack locations & Drawers / Lockers)
0 (0%)
For each cargo visiting vehicle (Rack location & Drawers / Lockers)
1 (33.3%)

Total Members Voted: 3

Voting closed: 11/30/2019 04:49 pm


Author Topic: ISS Rack configurations  (Read 67395 times)

Offline streadgold

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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #60 on: 11/12/2019 01:34 pm »
Add EFU-13 on JLP. 2 additional EFU's can be installed on JLP.
Thanks for sharing this info.
I wasn't sure of the usability of the EFU on ELM-PS.
It's not included in the exposed facility info documents.
JAXA ELM-PS page states it's used to stow the ELM-ES or HTV pallet.

HISUI is planned to launch on SpX-19 and will be placed on EFU#8.

HREP and SEDA-AP were temporarily stowed on EFU-13 last year but nothing long term (they were only there for a few days)

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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #61 on: 01/05/2021 04:11 pm »
Good thinking.  I can think of three possibilities:

1) The racks reserved in Columbus by NASA are more than expected
2) The racks reserved in Columbus by ESA are fewer than expected
3) This is an oversight and those who allocate racks are not aware of this.  (Hey, people overlook things sometimes.)

It would be good to get clarification from a source.

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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #62 on: 03/01/2021 09:28 pm »
I couldn't find much info on the Crew Alternate Sleep Accommodation (CASA) that flew on Cygnus NG-15. Is that similar to the 4 crew quarters in Harmony, and taking COL F3?

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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #63 on: 03/01/2021 10:33 pm »
I couldn't find much info on the Crew Alternate Sleep Accommodation (CASA) that flew on Cygnus NG-15. Is that similar to the 4 crew quarters in Harmony, and taking COL F3?
CASA AFAIU outfits into a zero g rack and is for CCP crew accommodation to preferably house an ESA and CSA crew member so that one crew member doesn't have to sleep in the spacecraft they arrived on though if there isn't one on the flight then any CCP crew member can use it.
« Last Edit: 03/02/2021 03:50 pm by russianhalo117 »

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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #64 on: 03/02/2021 03:37 pm »
Once MLM arrives with it's extra sleep station, it should be possible for the three Russian crewmembers to sleep in the RS, leaving the four Node 2 CQs for the USCV crews, so CASA is probably only temporary.
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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #65 on: 09/09/2022 01:41 am »
On Sep 6,  OGS moved from NOD3A6? to LAB1P1 and   LSR moved from LAB1P1 to NOD3A5
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Re: ISS Rack configurations
« Reply #66 on: 09/25/2022 03:23 pm »

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