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NASA Project Mercury
Document Collection on DVD

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This collection of 133 documents represents a comprehensive collection of 1000's of pages of material describing the the Mercury space missions in great detail. It includes everything from flight manuals to news releases to technical documents on the various spacecraft and instruments.

Here are all the documents on this DVD.

  1. This New Ocean. A History of Project Mercury
  2. Chronology of Project Mercury
  3. Invitation to Apply as Research-Astronaut-Candidate
  4. Sample Questions from Project Mercury Tests
  5. Press Conference of Mercury Astronaut Team
  6. Project Mercury: A Description of the Astronaut’s Task
  7. Pressure Suits for Project Mercury Astronauts News Release
  8. PROJECT MERCURY MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT NO. 11, 1-30 JUN. 1960
  9. Project Mercury Status Report January 1, 1961
  10. Project Mercury Status Report October 31, 1961
  11. Project Mercury Status Report April 30, 1962
  12. Project Mercury Status Report July 31, 1963
  13. Alternate Source
  14. NASA Factsheet NASA Langley's Role in Project Mercury FS-1996-04-29-LaRCM
  15. Design study of a meteoroid experiment using an unmanned Mercury spacecraft
  16. Comparison of Free-Flight Measurements of Stability of the Gemini and Mercury Entry Capsules at Mach numbers 3 and 9.5
  17. Space Medicine in Project Mercury
  18. Effects of weightlessness on man during U. S. suborbital and orbital flights
  19. REVIEW OF LESSONS LEARNED IN THE MERCURY PROGRAM RELATIVE TO SPACECRAFT DESIGN AND OPERATIONS
  20. Gemini: Mercury Experience Applied
  21. Data Handling Techniques in Project Mercury
  22. PROJECT MERCURY- REPORT ON OBSERVATIONS OF THE MERCURY GROUND NETWORK DURING THE MNTV-1 NETWORK EXERCISES OF JULY 25-31, 1961
  23. PROJECT MERCURY - REPORT ON OBSERVATIONS OF THE MERCURY GROUND RANGE DURING MERCURY-ATLAS /MA-4/ MISSION, SEPTEMBER 11-13, 1961
  24. SWITCH UNIT MERCURY CONTROL CENTER
  25. Physiological Sensors for Use in Project Mercury
  26. Deduction of reentry plasma properties about manned orbital spacecraft from radio signal attenuation data
  27. Reliability Model and Analysis for Project Mercury 3-Orbit Manned and Unmanned Mission
  28. PROJECT MERCURY- REPORT ON OBSERVATIONS OF THE MERCURY GROUND NETWORK DURING THE MNTV-1 NETWORK EXERCISES OF JULY 25-31, 1961
  29. Results of the Project Mercury Ballistic and Orbital Chimpanzee Flights
  30. Project Mercury. External System Programs
  31. Effects of Weightlessness on Man during U. S. Suborbital and Orbital Flights
  32. Physiological Sensors for use in Project Mercury
  33. IN-FLIGHT NOISE MEASUREMENTS FOR THREE PROJECT MERCURY VEHICLES. MERCURY VEHICLES
  34. C-BAND RADAR-BEACON TRACKING FOR PROJECT MERCURY
  35. PREDICTION OF MAN'S VISION IN AND FROM THE MERCURY CAPSULE
  36. Acquisition System, White Sands, New Mexico. Operation and Maintenance
  37. Acquisition System, Eglin, Florida. Operation and Maintenance
  38. Bermuda Moniter Programs
  39. Program System Operation
  40. Postflight reporter program
  41. Acquisition System Atlantic Ship, Indian Ocean Ship. Operation and Maintenance
  42. Goddard Monitor Programs
  43. Acquisition System Point Arguello. Operation and Maintenance
  44. Launch Monitor Subsystem
  45. Program System Standards
  46. Scientific Objectives for Mercury Missions Digest Report
  47. Manned Satellite Projects Ground Communication Reliability Report for Project Mercury
  48. Project Mercury Familiarization Manual Nov 1, 1961
  49. Mercury Familiarization Manual May 1962
  50. Mercury Familiarization Manual Dec 20 1962
  51. Mercury Maintenance Manual 1959
  52. Mercury Life Support Systems
  53. In-flight Noise in Project Mercury Vehicles
  54. Technical History of the Environmental Control System for Project Mercury
  55. The Development and Qualification Testing of a Lightweight Net Couch and Restraint System for use in the Mercury spacecraft
  56. HEAT-SHIELD PERFORMANCE DURING ATMOSPHERIC ENTRY OF PROJECT MERCURY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT VEHICLE
  57. Pressure and Heat-Transfer Measurements on a Mercury Capsule Model
  58. In-Flight Noise in Project Mercury Vehicles
  59. Transonic Dynamic Stability Characteristics of Several Models of Project Mercury Capsule Configurations
  60. Measurements of the surface flows, heat transfer, pressure distribution, and longitudinal stability of a Mercury capsule model at Mach numbers of 6.9 and 9.6
  61. Noise Considerations for Manned Reentry Vehicles
  62. WIND-TUNNEL INVESTIGATION AT MACH NUMBERS FROM 3.0 TO 6.8 OF THE STATIC AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MODIFIED MERCURY EXIT AND ESCAPE CAPSULE CONFIGURATIONS
  63. Mercury Manned Orbital Capsule Detail Specification Aug 1960
  64. Mercury capsule at subsonic speed with and without drogue parachute - dynamic model tests
  65. PREDICTION OF MAN'S VISION IN AND FROM THE MERCURY CAPSULE
  66. Capsule Communications System. Operation and Maintenance Vol 1
  67. Capsule Communications System. Operation and Maintenance Vol 2
  68. Entry Performance of the Mercury Spacecraft Heat Shield
  69. Project Mercury Preliminary Flight Test Results of the Big Joe, Mercury R and D Capsule
  70. Performance characteristics of the Little Joe launch vehicle
  71. Mercury capsule no. 14, configuration specification (Mercury-Little Joe No. 5(A)
  72. Full-scale flight test from sea level of abort- escape system for manned Mercury capsule
  73. Flight test of a Little Joe boosted full- scale spacecraft model and escape system for Project Mercury
  74. The Mercury-Redstone Project
  75. Mercury Atlas Test Objective
  76. Mercury Atlas Booster Reliability Workshop July 12, 1963
  77. Pilot Safety Program for Mercury-Atlas Launch Vehicle
  78. Progress report Atlas Booster program for NASA Project Mercury, 1-31 August 1961
  79. Mercury Capsule Number 2 Configuration Specification (Mercury-Redstone no. 1)
  80. Actual trajectory of Mercury-Redstone flight test MR-2
  81. Preliminary evaluation of Mercury-Redstone launch MR-BD
  82. Post Launch Report for Mercury-Redstone No. 3 (MR-3)
  83. Flight Transcript
  84. Mercury Capsule 7 Flight Operations Manual
  85. Mercury-Redstone 3 News Release
  86. CONFERENCE ON MEDICAL RESULTS OF THE FIRST US MANNED SUBORBITAL SPACE FLIGHT
  87. Results of the Second Manned US Orbital Flight
  88. Liberty Bell 7 Recovery Evaluation and Nondestructive Testing
  89. Actual trajectory of Mercury-Redstone flight test MR-4
  90. MA-4 Post Flight News Conference
  91. POSTLAUNCH REPORT FOR MERCURY-ATLAS NO. 1
  92. PROJECT MERCURY - REPORT ON OBSERVATIONS OF THE MERCURY GROUND RANGE DURING MERCURY-ATLAS /MA-4/ MISSION, SEPTEMBER 11-13, 1961
  93. Project Mercury: Technical Information Summary of Mercury-Atlas Mission 5/9 (Capsule no. 9)
  94. Postlaunch Memorandum Report for Mercury-Atlas no. 5 (MA-5)
  95. Mercury-Atlas no. 5 (MA-5) Spacecraft No. 9 Data Analysis Report
  96. Results of the First United States Manned Space Flight, February 20, 1962
  97. Mercury-Atlas 6 Flight Plan
  98. Mercury-Atlas 6 Flight Report
  99. Mercury-Atlas 6 Memos
  100. Mercury-Atlas 6 Mission Brochure
  101. Mercury-Atlas 6 Network Report
  102. Mercury-Atlas 6 News Releases
  103. Mercury-Atlas 6 Postlaunch Memorandum Report
  104. Mercury-Atlas 6 Press Releases
  105. Mercury-Atlas 6 Reports
  106. Mercury-Atlas 6 Senate Report
  107. Mercury-Atlas 6 Technical Report
  108. Technical Information Summary Mercury-Atlas mission 6 (MA-6 spacecraft 13)
  109. Capsule Flight Operations Manual Capsule 13
  110. Mercury-Atlas 7 Postlaunch Memorandum Report
  111. Mercury-Atlas 7 Results of the Second U.S. Orbital Space Flight
  112. Mercury-Atlas 7 Flight Plan
  113. Second United States manned three-pass orbital mission/Mercury-Atlas 7, spacecraft 18/. Description and performance analysis
  114. Effect of MA-7 Spacecraft Accelerations and Reentry Decelerations on the Liquid-Vapor Interface in a Baffled Tank
  115. Mercury-Atlas 8 Results of the Third U.S. Orbital Space Flight
  116. Mercury-Atlas 8 Postlaunch Memorandum Report
  117. Mercury capsule no. 16 configuration specification (Mercury - Atlas no. 8)
  118. MERCURY NETWORK ANALYSIS FOR MA-8
  119. Radiation Dosimetry Aboard the Spacecraft of the Eighth Mercury-Atlas Mission /MA-8/
  120. Mercury-Atlas 8 Flight Plan
  121. First U.S. Manned Six-Pass Orbital Mission /Mercury-Atlas 8, Spacecraft 16
  122. Radiation Dosimetry Aboard the Spacecraft of the Eighth Mercury-Atlas Mission /MA-8/
  123. Measurements of the astronauts' radiation exposure with nuclear emulsion on Mercury missions MA-8 and MA-9
  124. Effect of MA-7 Spacecraft Accelerations and Reentry Decelerations on the Lquid-Vapor Interface in a Baffled Tank
  125. Atlas space booster flight test plan for Mercury Atlas booster 113D
  126. Mercury Project Summary - Results of Fourth Manned Orbital Flight
  127. Mercury-Atlas 9 Postlaunch Memorandum Report
  128. Mercury-Atlas 9 Composite Air-to-Ground and Onboard Voice Tape Transcription
  129. Mercury-Atlas 9 Flight Plan
  130. Radiation Measurements on the Ninth Mercury- Atlas Mission /MA-9/
  131. Flashing-Beacon Experiment for Mercury-Atlas 9 /MA-9/ Mission
  132. Measurements of the astronauts' radiation exposure with nuclear emulsion on Mercury missions MA-8 and MA-9
  133. Mercury spacecraft no. 15A Configuration Specification (Mercury-Atlas No. 10)

Each document is presented in PDF format and is easily accessed from the menu contained on the DVD. Here are the computer requirements to run and operate this DVD. You must have a PC running Windows or a Macintosh running OS X or higher software, a DVD drive and a web browser.

 

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