AEROSPACE REPORT NUMBER: TOR-2006(8583)-5236, TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC PARTS, MATERIALS, AND PROCESSES USED IN SPACE AND LAUNCH VEHICLES
AEROSPACE REPORT NUMBER: TOR-2006(8583)-5236, TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC PARTS, MATERIALS, AND PROCESSES USED IN SPACE AND LAUNCH VEHICLES (13 NOV 2006). The requirements of this document were developed for long mission life and/or high reliability space and launch
vehicle equipment for successful operations of space hardware. Attention to every detail is required at every level of
assembly throughout development, manufacture, qualification, and testing, starting with the parts, materials, and
This document supersedes Aerospace Technical Operating Report TOR-2004(3909)-3316, titled Technical
Requirements for Electronics Parts, Materials, and Processes Used in Space and Launch Vehicles, and shall be used
for all future procurements of space, launch, and experimental programs.
The objective of this document is to specify the technical baseline in the selection, application, procurement, control
and standardization of parts (electrical and mechanical), materials, and processes for space and launch vehicles.
This TOR is intended to be used in conjunction with TOR-2006(8583)-5235 (Parts, Materials, and Processes Control
Program for Space and Launch Vehicles) in order to achieve a high reliability space program.
Every effort was made to utilize standard document format, but this document retains the separately called out
technical sections (starting with Section 100) to focus the user industry on the unique space quality items that are
paramount for mission success in each technical section.