Phase III Simplified Integrated Test (SIT) Results: Space Station ECLSS Testing 901252
During 1989, phase III testing of Space Station Freedom (S.S. Freedom) Environmental Control and Life Support Systems (ECLSS) began at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) with the Simplified Integrated Test (SIT). This test, conducted at the MSFC Core Module Integration Facility (CMIF), was the first time the four baseline air revitalization subsystems were integrated together. This paper details the results and lessons learned from the phase III SIT. Future plans for testing at the MSFC CMIF are also discussed.
Citation: Roberts, B., Carrasquillo, R., DuBiel, M., Ogle, K. et al., "Phase III Simplified Integrated Test (SIT) Results: Space Station ECLSS Testing," SAE Technical Paper 901252, 1990, https://doi.org/10.4271/901252. Download Citation
Barry C. Roberts, Robyn L. Carrasquillo, Melissa Y. DuBiel, Kathryn Y. Ogle, Jay L. Perry, Ken M. Whitley
Environmental Control and Life Support Branch NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, AL
International Conference On Environmental Systems