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STATUS: 09.03.08

Spacecraft Status

As we approach the 500th day of the mission (on Friday, Sep 5), the spacecraft continues to operate nominally.   The uplink receiver bitlock was very sporadic with only three minutes of bitlock over a 12-day period.  Then on Saturday, Aug 23rd, we had several long periods of bitlock and we were able to load all the necessary commands.

Instrument Status

SOFIE: Processing and validation of release 1 continues. Two events in the data just reviewed had issues with the H2O profiles and these two events were not released. Over the entire mission almost all events (other than the 13 arcmin data) have been released. The new boresight positions were uploaded, but are still not active. Otherwise, SOFIE is still operating nominally.

CIPS continues to operate nominally. All four cameras are returning excellent data.

All CDE operations remain nominal.

New Publications

> See publications for two new SOFIE papers published in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics by lead authors Gordley and Hervig.

Awards

Congratulations to Amal Chandran and Susanne Benze on the AIM Team who were recognized for presenting outstanding student papers at The AGU Joint Assembly, Ft. Lauderdale, FLA May 27-30, 2008. The letters they received state:

On behalf of the Space Physics and Aeronomy section of the American Geophysical Union, I am pleased to inform you that you have been selected to Receive an Outstanding Student Paper Award for your presentation at the 2008 Joint Assembly in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Congratulations! Your presentation was recognized as among the best of a strong group of student presenters, which sets an example for your fellow students and the entire AGU membership.

Outstanding Student Paper Award winners will be announced in an upcoming publication of Eos, the weekly newspaper of AGU, and they will be receiving a formal certificate of achievement.

Amal Chandran, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, "Inter-hemispheric comparison of gravity waves observed in PMC's from the CIPS experiment on board the AIM spacecraft".

Susanne Benze, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder, "Comparison of CIPS and SBUV/2 Using a Generalized SBUV-Type Approach".

 

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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