See list attachedFebruary 27, 196969-PA-T-37APA/Chief, Apollo Data Priority CoordinationSome more trivia for the F mission
1. With regard to docked DPS burns we should remember that the LUMINARY program used on F is the same as the SUNDANCE program to be used on D, which due to scaling problems or something barely recognizes that the DPS is running when it is at only 10 percent thrust in the docked configuration. Accordingly, it is necessary for the crew to manually advance the throttle to 40 percent thrust for awhile prior to going to full thrust in order for the PGNCS to trim the DPS thrust vector through the CG. (Note: LUMINARY 1A for G has been fixed so that gimbal trimming will be done at 10 percent and the stopover at 40 percent is not required.)
2. During the planning of the special F mission landmark tracking exercise just prior to TEI we forgot to include the CMC state vector updating from the MCC-H once per rev. This is so obviously necessary that it would certainly have been caught during the earliest simulations. However, we might as well start including it in F mission documentation now to be done at about the same time as the periodic P52 platform realignments.