1 edition of Surveyor surface sampler instrument found in the catalog.
Surveyor surface sampler instrument
by Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology in Pasadena
Written in English
|Statement||[by] E. R. Rouze [and others]|
|Series||JPL technical report 32-1223|
|Contributions||Rouze, E. R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|LC Classifications||TL789.8.U6 S967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 45 p.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||68006388|
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Surveyor 7 was the first probe to detect the faint glow on the lunar horizon after dark that is now thought to be light reflected from electrostatically levitated Moon dust. 1 Science instruments. Alpha-Scattering Surface Analyzer.
Soil Mechanics Surface Sampler. 4 External links. Science : Atlas SLV-3C Centaur-D. After the success of Surveyor 1 in meeting the objectives of the engineering flight series, selection from among candidate experiments led to the inclusion of the soil mechanics surface sampler (SMSS) on the Surveyor 3 payload.
originally planned for later. Each Surveyor was equipped with a television camera. In addition, Surveyors 3 and 7 each carried a soil mechanics surface sampler scoop which dug trenches and was used for soil mechanics tests and Surveyors 5, 6, and 7 had magnets attached to the footpads and an alpha scattering instrument for chemical analysis of the lunar material.
Instruments used in surveying include. Alidade; Alidade table; Cosmolabe; Dioptra; Dumpy level; Engineer's chain; Graphometer; Groma (surveying) Laser scanning. Surveyor 5 was the fifth lunar lander of the American uncrewed Surveyor program sent to explore the surface of the Moon.
Surveyor 5 landed and numerous engineering sensors. An alpha-scattering instrument was installed in place of the surface sampler, and a small bar magnet attached to one footpad was included to detect the presence of Operator: NASA. Surveyor III’s surface sampler is raised about 12 inches above the lunar surface to be dropped in an impact test conducted Ap The three rectangular impressions seen to the right of the spacecraft’s antenna shadow are the result of bearing strength tests conducted earlier by driving the scoop into the surface.
Total Stations — An integrated piece of surveyor equipment that combines the capabilities of an EDM instrument with the angular measuring properties of a theodolite. Automatic Levels — Has an optical compensator that maintains a specific line of sight or line of collimation, even if it has been tilted slightly.
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Box Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition, it carried a surface sampler instrument for digging trenches, making bearing tests, and otherwise manipulating the lunar material in view of the television system. During its operation, which ended May 4,Surveyor 3 acquired a large volume of new data and took pictures.
Science instruments: Varied; all contained television camera with other instruments such as surface scoop sampler, magnets, temperature sensors, etc. Overview Following up on the Rangers, the Surveyor series was the first U.S.
effort to make a soft landing on the Moon. Modern surveying instruments provides faster and more precise surveying than conventional instruments. Their types and uses are discussed in this article. In conventional surveying, chain and tape are used for making linear measurements while compass and ordinary theodolites are used for.
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SECO Premier Prisms feature mm tilting axes, mm copper- or silver-coated prism cannisters, anodized aluminum yokes, with targets. The surface sampler, as it was called, resembled a small backhoe shovel mounted on an extensible trellis.
looked like a toy, the scoop was, in fact, an ingeniously designed instrument that made signiï¬ cant measurements of the strength, cohesion, and density of lunar soil. Show this book. The surveyor uses a level to determine elevations. Levels fall into three broad categories: a "dumpy" level, a "Wye" (or 'Y') level, and "automatic" level.
As with all tools of the surveyor, there are various degrees of accuracy within each category of level. A "dumpy" level has a telescope with cross hairs permanently mounted in a pair of arms.
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