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STATUS: 03.28.08

Spacecraft Status

AIM achieved a significant milestone this week by completing its 5,000 orbit. This occurred on March 26 at 0524 UT. All systems are performing well. We’ve experienced uplink receiver bitlock periodically every day this week. The operations team continues testing the new flight software patches which will enable operations if the receiver bitlock functionality completely fails. These tests are going well and will continue through Tuesday, April 1. The On-Orbit Mission Planning software was successfully tested on March 26.

Instrument Status

All instruments have been on since Friday, March 14th, and are currently collecting data.

All SOFIE PMC analysis is being performed with the new release data, and compared to previous results. The new results are generally the same as obtained with previous data versions. Level 1 through Level 3 processing is proceeding. Weekly validation meetings permit rapid release of the V1.0 data to the public. Only a very small percentage of events have been found to have any noticeable problems and have not been released.

CIPS continues to provide excellent science data from all four cameras. Further, our analysis of on-orbit calibration data shows that camera sensitivity has changed less than 0.5% since launch. CIPS data sequencing automatically switched from the Southern to Northern Hemisphere on the first day of spring, as planned.

CDE during the past week successfully performed a STIM calibration via Autonomy. Additionally, a watchdog was detected and cleared on DOY 08085. Temperatures and voltages remain nominal.


Mission Status Archive

Spacecraft & Instrument Status

2017
2017.03.01
2017.01.26

2016
2016.11.28
2016.08.19
2016.07.29
2016.05.26
2016.04.19
2016.03.08

2015
2015.07.28
2015.06.20
2015.05.16
2015.04.30
2015.03.09

2014
2014.11.17
2014.10.31
2014.10.13
2014.09.25
2014.08.14
2014.06.01
2014.05.03

2013
2013.10.29
2013.05.31

2012
2012.12.10
2012.10.24
2012.09.12
2012.07.20
2012.04.26
2012.02.10

2011
2011.09.24
2011.06.01
2011.05.08
2011.02.15

2010
2010.12.03
2010.11.05
2010.10.01
2010.09.10
2010.08.10
2010.07.01
2010.06.07
2010.04.25
2010.03.18
2010.01.22

2009
2009.11.13
2009.10.13
2009.09.12
2009.08.08
2009.07.17
2009.06.25
2009.05.01
2009.04.03
2009.03.16
2009.03.01
2009.02.10
2009.01.19

2008
2008.12.22
2008.12.05
2008.11.01
2008.10.01
2008.09.03
2008.08.15
2008.08.01
2008.07.11
2008.07.04
2008.06.27
2008.06.20
2008.06.13
2008.06.06
2008.05.30
2008.05.23
2008.05.16
2008.05.09
2008.05.02
2008.04.25
2008.04.18
2008.04.11
2008.04.04
2008.03.28
2008.03.21
2008.03.14
2008.02.07
2008.02.07
2008.02.07

04-25-07 - 02.07.08

Summary Status

Science Status

Spacecraft, Instrument and Science Processing System

 
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