Status Report

NOAA GOES SATOPS Morning Report 24 Jan 2001

By SpaceRef Editor
January 24, 2001
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SATOPS MORNING REPORT January 24, 2001


POES


NOAA-14 rev 31271 / F at 1340z on January 23: G5B was very noisy from spacecraft and only 93% was recovered. Further data recovery was not
possible due to spacecraft recorder sequence constraints. Back-orbit limit checks performed prior to this pass revealed that the SEM TED (Space
Environmental Monitor Total Electron Detector) had powered itself off between 0327Z – 0457Z. SEM TED was returned to nominal during the support.


NOAA-14 rev 31272 / F at 1521z on January 23: L5B was noisy from spacecraft and only 97% of the expected data was received. Further data
recovery was not possible due to spacecraft recorder sequence constraints.


NOAA-15 rev 14025 / F at 1843z on January 23: Uplinked commands to place Manipulated Information Rate Processor (MIRP) in Advanced Very
High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) Sync with rephase enabled and observed the sync delta to be very erratic. Then uplinked commands to place
MIRP in AVHRR Sync with rephase disabled as its operational mode to provide continuous AVHRR data without disrupting AIP or TIP.


NOAA-14 rev 31275 / W at 2007z on January 23: Frame Sync (F/S) testing started on this pass and will last for 48 hours. Discovered that data coming
from WCDAS was not archiving on PACS ground system, possibly because of the parallel F/S configuration. Problem being investigated.


DMSP


No change in the status of the DMSP spacecraft.


DMSP operations were nominal over the past 24 hours.

GOES


No change in the status of the GOES spacecraft.


At 0240z on January 24: GOES-8 image frame break due to loss of signal synch.


At 1920z on January 23: GOES-10 image frame break due to loss of signal synch.


GOES-10: Imaging and sounding products from 0924z to 1024z on January 24 cancelled due to Moon Shadow: 0924z N Pacific winds sounding; 0930z
Northern Hemisphere; 0945z PACUS; 0952z PACUS jet; 1000z Northern Hemisphere; 1001z CONUS sounding; 1015z PACUS; 1022z Southern
Hemisphere; and 1024z North Pacific winds.


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