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Progress 23P Cargo Manifest as of 11 August 2006

Status Report From: Johnson Space Center
Posted: Sunday, October 22, 2006

Line Item System Part Number Part Name
(Russian)
Part Name Qty Up Mass (Kg) Length (cm) Width/Dia. (cm) Height (cm) Total Mass (Kg) Total Volume (cm3) Notes Justification
1 ____________ ____________ US HARDWARE 284.21 900203
2 _______________ ________-_ ________ ________ _______ _ _____ _______-_ _______ US PROVIDED FOOD AND CREW PROVISIONS 165.5 463246
3 ___ FOOD SUPPLY SYSTEM (___) 132 313611 "15 US food containers are for E14 and 3 for E13 FE2. Per OC management's request, 4 food containers are added to 23P launch manifest."
4 ____________ ________ _______ AMERICAN FOOD 132 313611 See Above
5 FOOD SUPPLY SEG48102008-301 ____________ ______________ _______ _________ US COLLAPSIBLE FOOD CONTAINER 22 6 37.8 30.5 12.4 132 313611 See Above
6 ___ CREW PROVISIONS 33.5 149635 Crew provisions required for E14 until 25P launch on 2/07/07. These items are for the 2-person E14 crew of Lopez-Alegria and Tyurin.
7 FCE 528-21059-410-EXP14 "_____ ___________, ________ _______" HYGIENE RESUPPLY 1 25 25 8 1.25 5000 "HZ,R" See Above
8 FCE SEG33115639-302 _______ ________ HUGGIES HUGGIES WIPES ASSY 32 .43 25.4 11.4 4.5 13.8 31584 "HZ,R" See Above
9 FCE SEG33117799-301 _______________ ________ DISINFECTANT WIPES ASSEMBLY 8 .25 25.4 10.7 2.5 2 4761 HZ See Above
10 FCE 528-21059-394-EXP14 ________/_____/_____ SHIRTS/SHORTS/SOCKS 1 2.9 49 29 16 2.9 22736 RB See Above
11 FCE 528-21059-390-EXP14 _____-_____ BOXERS 1 4.1 44 24 19 4.1 20064 RB See Above
12 FCE 528-21059-392-EXP14 ________ _______ "T-SHIRTS, BLUE" 1 3.65 51 25 12 3.65 15300 RB See Above
13 FCE 528-21059-386-EXP14 "__________ _____, ______ S" ATHLETIC SHORTS - S 1 2.75 50 22 21 2.75 23100 RB See Above
14 FCE 528-21059-388-EXP14 "__________ _____, ______ XL" ATHLETIC SHORTS - XL 1 3.05 42 43 15 3.05 27090 RB See Above
15 ________ ________ ___________ ______ (HMS) _______ CHECS CHECS HMS HARDWARE .51 355
16 CHeCS-HMS KLSH320082-301 ____ _______ ___ IV-______ "BATTERY PACK, IV PUMP ASSEMBLY" 3 .17 5.1 4.3 5.4 .51 355 "BT,HZ" "Battery packs originally planned for 19P. Not shipped because acceptance testing not complete. Two-year extension was granted on on-orbit units (for total of 10 yrs), however exact manufacture date was not found, so expiration date is now shown as 09/05. H/w needs to be replaced and 23P is the earliest that h/w can be ready. Priority 2"
17 ____-__ ________ _____ ________ (EHS) _______ ______ ________ _______ (CHECS) CHECS EHS HARDWARE 20.44 58626
18 CHeCS-
EHS
SDD46108778-301 _________-_____________ Grab "VALVE ASSEMBLY, GRAB SAMPLER" 9 .5 19.1 12.7 8.9 4.5 19430 "HZ,R" "Resupply of GSCs to conduct nominal sampling to ensure air for crew respiration onboard ISS meets accepted standards. MORD Rev B 5.3, GGR&C. Priority 2"
19 CHeCS-
EHS
SJG46120020-301 _______ ___________ ___________ _________ _______ (CSA-CP) "RE-SUPPLY KIT, CSA-CP" 1 4.26 24.1 41.9 10.2 4.26 10275 "BT,HZ,R" "The CSA-CP is required to assess the initial severity of the toxic threat to the crew after a fire & to monitor the effectiveness of the atmospheric scrubbing. The oxygen sensor in the CSA-CP has been used as a backup measuring device to the MCA oxygen determination. MORD Rev B 5.3, GGR&C Priority 2"
20 CHeCS-
EHS
SJG46120021-301 _______ _______________ ___ ___________ _________ _______ (CSA-CP) "ACCESSORIES KIT, CSA-CP" 1 2.15 41.9 24.1 10.2 2.15 10275 "BT,HZ,R" See above
21 CHeCS-
EHS
WLST400137-301 ____________ ______ (_______) ___________ _______ ____________ __________ (VOA) AIR IN SIEVE PACK 1 ASSY 1 1.7 13.2 9.1 19.1 1.7 1145 HZ "VOA provides in-situ air monitoring, as required by MORD requirement 5.3.5, the quality of the air for crew respiration shall be monitored during all phases to ascertain that it meets the standards listed in Table 5.3-1. The VOA OMI kit hardware is necessary to replace the expired consumables & return the unit to operation. (required hardware). Priority 2"
22 CHeCS-
EHS
WLST400137-302 ____________ ______ (________________) 2 RECIRCULATION SIEVE PACK 2 ASSY 1 2.57 34.3 30.5 10.2 2.57 11298 HZ See above
23 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-1141 _____ PUMP 4 .47 6.6 6.4 17.8 1.88 1073 "VOA provides in-situ air monitoring, as required by MORD requirement 5.3.5, the quality of the air for crew respiration shall be monitored during all phases to ascertain that it meets the st&ards listed in Table 5.3-1. The VOA OMI kit hardware is necessary to replace the expired consumables & return the unit to operation. (required hardware). Priority 2"
24 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-2049 _______ ______ INLET NOZZLE FILTER 1 .2 9.1 6.1 12.7 .2 318 See Above
25 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-1107 ___________ ______ [___________ VOA] OXYGEN SCRUBBER 1 1.71 45.7 10.8 6.4 1.71 3159 HZ See Above
26 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-1108 ____________ ______ _____ ______ _____ NITROGEN DRYER 1 .26 18.8 4.9 2.6 .26 293 HZ See Above
27 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-2056 __________ __________ ________________ (GC) GC COOLING FAN 1 .53 11.9 4.3 14 .53 244 See above
28 CHeCS-
EHS
0611-2054 __________ _____ _______ POWER BOARD FAN 1 .53 8.4 8.9 14 .53 546 "VOA provides in-situ air monitoring, as required by MORD requirement 5.3.5, the quality of the air for crew respiration shall be monitored during all phases to ascertain that it meets the st&ards listed in Table 5.3-1. The VOA OMI kit hardware is necessary to replace the expired consumables & return the unit to operation. (required hardware). Priority 2"
29 CHeCS-
EHS
WLST400142-301 ____ ___ ___________ VOA VOA HARD DISK 1 .16 13.2 3.1 11.4 .16 572 See Above
30 ________ ____________ ___________ ___________ (CMS) _______ CHECS CHECS CMS HARDWARE 3.2 7348
31 CHeCS-CMS SJG46119447-301 "______ _ _______ _________ TVIS, _______ _ _________ _______" ROLLER AND TREAD BELT SPARE PARTS KIT 5 .45 20.3 20.3 3.8 2.27 4248 R "Resupply of bearings for limited life. Based on life prediction analysis and usage rate, a new set of bearings will be required. GGR&C. Priority 2"
32 CHeCS-CMS KLST410198-604 ____ ___________ _________ IRED "KIT ASSEMBLY, CANISTER CORD" 3 .31 15.2 4.5 15.2 .93 3101 Canister cords provide the load path to all the crew to exercise on IRED. These 3 cord sets add to the capability to get us to February 2007. GGR&C priority 2.
33 ________ ________ ___________ ______ (HMS) _______ CHECS CHECS HMS HARDWARE 10.5 24260
34 CHeCS-HMS 0264-7800-10 "0,9% _______ _______ ______, 500 __" SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% 500 ML 5 .56 29 12.5 4 2.8 7250 HZ "Sodium Chloride goes into the HASP and ALSP to replace those items expiring 10/30/06. These items will be stowed inside the HASP and ALSP and will not impact on-orbit stowage. Remove/replace the three expired 500 ml bags in the HASP and the two expired 500 ml bags in the ALSP. Liquids must fly in controlled environment (for launch and return) as the bags cannot withstand vacuum and may explode. Life and chemistry of fluids are also affected by the environment. MORD Rev B 4.3.4.4 C, GGR&C Priority 2"
35 CHeCS-HMS 0264-7800-00 "0,9% _______ _______ ______, 1 ____" SODIUM CHLORIDE 0.9% 1 LITER 7 1.1 40.5 12 5 7.7 17010 HZ "Sodium Chloride goes into the HASP to replace items expiring 7/30/06 and 10/30/06. These items will be stowed inside the HASP and will not impact on-orbit stowage. Remove/replace the seven expired 1L bags in the HASP. Liquids must fly in controlled environment (for launch and return) as the bags cannot withstand vacuum and may explode. Life and chemistry of fluids are also affected by the environment. MORD Rev B 4.3.4.4 C, GGR&C Priority 2"
36 ____-__ ________ _____ ________ (EHS) _______ ______ ________ _______ (CHECS) CHECS EHS HARDWARE 5.32 79140
37 CHeCS-
EHS
KLSK270355-302 _______ __ ________ _ ___________ ______ MEDIA SYRINGE CASE 1 .14 15.2 15.2 2.5 .14 590 "HZ,R" "Required for minimal, nominal water microbial sampling. In-flight water quality assessment is needed to assure that water of acceptable, defined quality will be available onboard ISS. In-flight assessment of microbial contamination is necessary to prevent the crew from being exposed to contaminated water & to evaluate critical parameters that may not be stable in archival samples. Medical experts & environmental control engineers need to know the level & types of bacteria contaminating the potable water in order to prescribe an appropriate response to ensure crew safety. MORD Rev B 5.2.2.2, GGR&C. Priority 2"
38 CHeCS-
EHS
SEG46119990-303 _______ ___ ___________________ _______ ____ MICROBIOLOGY WATER ANALYSIS KIT 3 .18 32.5 22.9 2.5 .54 5582 "HZ,R" See Above
39 CHeCS-
EHS
SEG46119987-302 _______ ___ ______ ____ ____ WATER SAMPLE COLLECTION KIT 4 .62 26.7 45.2 12 2.49 57879 "HZ,R" See Above
40 CHeCS-
EHS
WLSK270385-301 ________ _ _______ _____ "PACKET ASSEMBLY, PETRI DISH" 5 .1 23.5 14.2 2.5 .5 4244 HZ "Required for minimal, normal air Microbial sampl;ing. MORD Rev B5.4.1.2 GGR&C. Priority 2."
41 CHeCS-
EHS
SEM46109455-308 _______ ___ _____ ____ _ ___________ _________ KIT ASSEMBLY SURFACE SAMPLER 1 1 15.4 17.3 17 1 4502 HZ "Required for minimal, nominal surface microbial sampling. In-flight microbial assessment is needed (1) to assure ISS air & surfaces are not excessively contaminated with harmful microbes, including bacteria & fungi; (2) to get timely results to prevent the crew from being exposed to potentially harmful microorganisms; & (3) to evaluate critical parameters that may not be stable in archival samples. Microorganisms can also degrade systems performance & contaminate air, water, food & payload experiments. In the event that elevated levels of microbes are found, medical experts & environmental control engineers need to quickly know in order to prescribe an appropriate response to ensure crew safety & system performance. MORD Rev B 5.4.1.2, GGR&C"
42 CHeCS-
EHS
KLSK270206-306 "_______ __________ _______, 0,22 __" "ADAPTER ASSEMBLY, AIR FILTER, 0.22m" 8 .04 11.1 10.9 3 .36 2904 R "Required for minimal, nominal water microbial sampling. In-flight water quality assessment is needed to assure that water of acceptable, defined quality will be available onboard ISS. In-flight assessment of microbial contamination is necessary to prevent the crew from being exposed to contaminated water and to evaluate critical parameters that may not be stable in archival samples. Medical experts and environmental control engineers need to know the level and types of bacteria contaminating the potable water in order to prescribe an appropriate response to ensure crew safety. MORD Rev B 5.2.2.2, GGR&C Priority 2."
43 CHeCS-
EHS
WLSK270378-301 _____________ _____ INCUBATION BAG ASSY 2 .02 30.5 30.5 .3 .04 557 R See above
44 CHeCS-
EHS
KLSK270288-303 "_____ ___ ______ _______, _______" "BAG ASSY., WASTE, LARGE, 1L" 2 .03 37.1 14.7 1.3 .06 1399 R See Above
45 CHeCS-
EHS
90-242 _____ ___ ________ ___________________ _______ (MCD) MCD STOWAGE BAG 2 .01 10.2 20.3 1.9 .01 787 R "Required for minimal, nominal water microbial sampling. In-flight water quality assessment is needed to assure that water of acceptable, defined quality will be available onboard ISS. In-flight assessment of microbial contamination is necessary to prevent the crew from being exposed to contaminated water and to evaluate critical parameters that may not be stable in archival samples. Medical experts and environmental control engineers need to know the level and types of bacteria contaminating the potable water in order to prescribe an appropriate response to ensure crew safety. MORD Rev B 5.2.2.2, GGR&C Priority 2."
46 CHeCS-
EHS
90-260 _____ ZIPLOCK (9 ______ x 15 ______) "ZIPLOCK, 9""x15""" 4 .05 22.9 38.1 .2 .18 697 R See above
47 ________ ________ ___________ ______ (HMS) _______ CHECS CHECS HMS HARDWARE 10.75 58017
48 CHeCS-HMS SEG46117646-307 "_____ CTB, c_______ ______ __ ____________ _____" "CARGO TRANSFER BAG, ACOUSTIC COUNTERMEASURE" 1 5.2 42.6 24.8 26.7 5.2 28208 RB "Kit contains a sound level meter and audio dosimeters for measuring noise levels as well as ear plugs for protection. The audio dosimeters and sound level meter calibrations expired 2/06. MORD Rev B 5.7.3, GGR&C. Priority 2"
49 CHeCS-HMS SEG46117646-302 __________ _____ ___ ________ CARGO TRANSFER CASE ASSEMBLY HALF-SIZE 1 5.3 42.6 24.8 26.7 5.3 28208 RB ACK contains headsets as well as ear plugs for hearing protection and assessment. This kit is replacing worn/broken hardware onboard. MORD
50 CHeCS-HMS SDG42104617-301 ________ ______ __8+ EC8+ CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY 25 .01 9.7 6.6 1 .25 1600 HZ "Cartridges are used with the PCBA and need to be resupplied due to their limited life (4 months). The PCBA provides information about blood constituents during PHS. These items will be stowed inside the AMP and will not impact on-orbit stowage. MORD Rev B 4.3.4.6 A, GGR&C Priority 2."
51 ____________ ___ _____ EVA EQUIPMENT 3.03 15447 The following 23P manifest request (MR) includes EMU back-up hardware (i.e. EMU gloves) needed to support ISS-14 crewmember M. Lopez-Alegria who is launching on 13S. This MR supports the current EMU logistics plan for ISS-14 crewmember M. Lopez-Alegria.
52 EVAS 0106-110106-09 "_____________ _________ EMU ____ VI, _ __________, 12 _" "EMU GLOVES, 12V HEATED, PHASE VI" 1 1.4 12.7 14 43.4 1.4 7723 See Above
53 EVAS 0106-110106-10 "_____________ _________ EMU ____ VI, _ __________, 12 _" "EMU GLOVES, 12V HEATED, PHASE VI" 1 1.4 12.7 14 43.4 1.4 7723 See Above
54 EVAS SED13101715-706 ________ _____ _________ _______ ________ __________ _________ EMU "COVER, PROTECTIVE, LOWER ARM WRIST DISCONNECT" 1 .11 .11 See Above
55 EVAS SED13101715-706 ________ _____ _________ _______ ________ __________ _________ EMU "COVER, PROTECTIVE, LOWER ARM WRIST DISCONNECT" 1 .11 .11 See Above
56 ____-__ _________-___ __________ __________ _____ _ _______-_ _________-__ ECLSS ECLSS 3.19 12504
57 ECLSS-THC 1F15833-1 "______ ____________ __________ (IMV), ____________ __ ____ _________" "IMV VALVE, LAUNCH CONFIGURATION" 1 3.18 34 19.8 18.5 3.18 12503 "1,Q" "The Lab Forward Port IMV Valve must be installed prior to 10A (when Node 2 is installed) to provide required ventilation between the Lab and Node 2. To allow recovery time for potential problems experienced during installation, installation of the valve is required at least 2 flights prior to 10A. As such, the valve was originally planned for launch on 12A.1. Due to constraints for scheduling the installation during 12A.1 stage and the recent availability of launch space on flight 23P, it is desirable to launch the valve on 23P. If launch on 23P is not able to be accommodated, launch on 12A.1 should proceed."
58 ECLSS-THC 3797604-2 _______ IDENTIFICATION PLATE 1 0 5.1 2.5 0 0 0 "1,Q" "Installation of the nameplates ( p/n 3258303-1,p/n 3797604-2) is required per SSCM 8148 when the new IMV Valve, part number 2353024-1-1, is installed in the ISS. The IMV valve and the nameplates ( p/n 3258303-1,p/n 3797604-2) are part of a Mod Kit, Part Number 683-63417-4, defined on SSCM 8148 and must be installed together."
59 ECLSS-THC 3258303-1 _______ IDENTIFICATION PLATE 2 0 0 5.8 2.6 .01 1 "1,Q" See Above
60 ________ ___.________ PAYLOADS 21.08 121940
61 _____-______ (COLDBAG) _ ______ ICEPAC (__ _____) COLDBAG & ICEPACS 21.08 121940 The Coldbag hardware is being added to support future returns of cold samples on future return flights.
62 PAYLOADS SEG39136375-301 _________ ________________ _____ ___ ________ ________ SINGLE COLD INSULATED SAMPLE BAG 2 4.5 22 25.3 51.3 9 57182 HZ See Above
63 PAYLOADS SEG39136374-301 _______ ________________ _____ ___ ________ ________ DOUBLE COLD INSULATED SAMPLE BAG 1 8.2 44 25.3 51.3 8.2 57182 HZ The addition of cold stowage hardware to 23P is required to support the return of future payload samples on Shuttle.
64 PAYLOADS SEG33118113-315 ________ ___________ ______ Icepac _ ____________ ___ ________ "ICEPAC ASSY, CAPSULE STOWAGE" 4 .97 3.8 14 35.6 3.88 7576 HZ See Above
65 _______ ___________ ___________ PCS PCS 4.5 23036
66 CDH-PCS 1F15351-1 "_________ ______, ________ ____ _________ ETHERNET - ______ NODE 1 (W0939)" "CABLE ASSY, ETHERNET, EXTERNAL - NODE 1 (W0939)" 1 4.5 1300 4.7 4.5 23036 "CR 3370 (RS C&C) provides external Ethernet cabling from the Russian Segment (RS) to the USOS. This cabling enables Command and Control of the RS avionics via a laptop in the USOS in the event that the RS has to be evacuated. The capability provided by this Ethernet connection directly enhances crew safety. There are no constraints in its use by any other project, although CR 7385 (ISL) builds upon it. All cables have been certified for Russian vehicle launch. CR 3370 installation is a precursor for ISL. Having this hardware on station (pre-positioned) will allow for it to be put in place during the first available EVA. Connectivity is an Increment 15 task.. Impact of Non-Incorporation: Increased network functionality will not be available."
67 ________ ___.________ PAYLOADS 11 7884
68 ______-_ _ __________-__ ___ _________ _____-__ ____-_ _ ____________ (SPHERES) "SYNCHRONIZED POSITION, HOLD, ENGAGE, RE-ORIENT EXPERIMENTAL SATELLITES" 11 7884 The SPHERES hardware are consumables that allow SHERES experiment operation.
69 PAYLOADS SPH-1-0500-210 ______ _ __________ _____ ___ ____________ SPHERES SPHERES CARBON DIOXIDE TANK 10 .64 20.3 5.1 5.1 6.4 5244 HZ See Above
70 PAYLOADS SPH-1-0800-020 __________ ____ _______ ___ ____________ SPHERES SPHERES BATTERY PACK 20 .23 6.4 3.6 5.8 4.6 2640 "BT,HZ" See Above
71 _______ ___________ ___________ PCS PCS 25.2 28401
72 CDH-PCS 1F15350-1 "_________ ______, __________ ____ _________ ETHERNET - ______ NODE 1 (W0208)" "CABLE ASSY, ETHERNET, INTERNAL - NODE 1 (W0208)" 1 2.03 390 5.3 2.03 8442 1 "Installation of the ISL provides new integrated Ethernet network that will provide increased bandwidth, telemetry, and COM between all partners long term."
73 OPS LAN 8271581-901 ISL ROUTER ASSY 1 7.33 31.8 15.2 20.3 7.34 9832 "1,W" "Installation of the ISL provides new integrated ethernet network that will provide increased bandwidth, telemetry and COM between all partners long term. Once installation is complete, the ISL will provide an Ethernet Link between the Russian Segment and the US On-Orbit Segment to allow an RS laptop in the USOS to communicate with the RS on-board computer system. In event that an emergency forces the evacuation of the RS, the crew will be able to have full insight into the RS telemetry as well as issue commands from the RS laptop in the US Segment."
74 OPS LAN 683-95069-1 "_________ ____ ___ ______ _______ __ _____________ EDGE, W5069" WIRE HARNESS ASSY - POWER TO EDGE ROUTER W5069 1 1.81 1036.3 1.3 1.9 1313 1 See Above
75 OPS LAN 683-95071-1 "_________ ____, W5071, ______ ISL" WIRE HARNESS ASSY - ISL CONSOLE CABLE W5071 1 .95 609.6 .6 .95 193 1 See Above
76 OPS LAN 683-63426-3 _______ _________ - ______ US Lab STRUCTURAL BRKT ASSY - US LAB 1 .27 15.2 30.5 1.3 .27 590 1 See Above
77 OPS LAN 683-63430-1 _________ ________ _____ Seatrac "CABLE RESTRAINT, SEATRAC" 3 1 See Above
78 OPS LAN 683-63424-1 "_____________ ___, 2,01 _ 1,36" "THERMAL PAD, 2.01 X 1.36" 18 .5 .3 1 See Above
79 OPS LAN 683-63424-2 "_____________ ___, 1,88 _ 1,36" "THERMAL PAD, 1.88 x 1.36" 6 1 See Above
80 OPS LAN T30M2HALC2 ___________ _________ WIRE TIES 75 1 See Above
81 OPS LAN REZ200 ___________ ________ WIRE TIE 10 1 See Above
82 OPS LAN 170091 _________ ______ WRAP TIE 10 1 See Above
83 OPS LAN 170782 _________ ______ WRAP TIE 10 1 See Above
84 OPS LAN 170790 _________ ______ WRAP TIE 10 1 See Above
85 OPS LAN 683-56201-11 _________ JUMPER ASSY 1 1 See Above
86 OPS LAN 683-62416-1 ________ ______________ ER - ______ US Lab "ER PLATE ASSY, US LAB" 1 9.53 63.5 20.3 5.3 9.53 6883 1 See Above
87 OPS LAN 683-63426-1 ____ ______ - ______ US Lab STRUCTURAL CLAMP ASSY - US LAB 1 1.59 5.1 8.9 12.7 1.59 574 1 See Above
88 OPS LAN 683-63426-2 ____ ______ - ______ US Lab STRUCTURAL CLAMP ASSY - US LAB 1 1.59 5.1 8.9 12.7 1.59 574 1 See Above

Notes:

BT ITEM INCLUDES BATTERIES
HZ "ITEM CONTAINS CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, OR RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS OR BATTERIES"
L EARLY RETRIEVAL REQUESTED
Q LOGISTICS & MAINTENANCE (L&M) ALLOCATION INCLUDES SYSTEM SPARES AND IVA TOOLS
R THIS HARDWARE CAN BE OPERATED IN THE RUSSIAN SEGMENT ONLY AFTER CERTIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE IS COMPLETE.
RB CONTENTS OF THE BAG TO BE USED IN THE RUSSIAN SEGMENT
W REQUIRED ON-ORBIT POWER

FLIGHT SPECIFIC NOTES
1 Installed during Increment

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