The AIM spacecraft is operating nominally with some periods of uplink receiver bitlock. We continue working on the On-Board Computer patches that will be loaded to the Electronically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) when we have bitlock.
SOFIE continues to operate nominally. Data through the month of April has now been checked and released to the public. Software improvement priorities and schedules for the next software release are being formalized, which will permit a detailed monitoring of the software development process.
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 is on and collecting dust impact data following the completion of the Recovery ATS. Temperatures and voltages are nominal. CDE Version 2 data processing is being implemented for Levels 1 (Charge) and 2 (Mass).