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INSTRUMENT STATUS SUMMARIES FOR 2009

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DATE STATUS
2009-01-03The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on January 03, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 18:26:58 to 18:27:14 UTC.
2009-01-06The CALIPSO satellite performed a drag makeup maneuver on January 06-07, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 23:52:59 to 08:22:19 UTC.
2009-02-06The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on February 06, 2009. The payload was down from 09:55:30 to 11:34:20 UTC.
2009-02-09The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on February 09, 2009. The payload was down from 10:12:29 to 10:49:59 UTC.
2009-02-16The CALIPSO satellite transitioned to STANDBY mode on February 16, 2009 due to a Failure, Detection, Isolation and Recovery (FDIR) caused by a low energy burst. The payload remained in STANDBY from 07:48:24 on February 16, 2009 until 08:20:00 UTC on February 18, 2009 when the payload was commanded to SAFE mode.
2009-02-19The CALIPSO satellite was commanded to SAFE mode due to an onboard, LOM2 low energy FDIR on February 19, 2009 and remained in SAFE mode until March 03, 2009. The payload was down from February 19, 2009 at 08:20:00 UTC until March 04, 2009 when the switch from LOM2 to LOM1 began.
2009-03-04The CALIPSO satellite transitioned from Laser 2 (LOM2) to Laser 1(LOM1) from March 04-12, 2009. The payload was down from 00:00:00 on March 04 to 13:30:00 UTC on March 12.
2009-03-17The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on March 17, 2009. The payload was down from 11:44:46 to 13:21:36 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on March 17, 2009. The payload was down from 14:46:50 to 15:30:46 UTC.
2009-03-27The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight test on March 27, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 06:45:00 to 06:45:16 UTC.
2009-03-28The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on March 28, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 16:37:08 to 16:37:24 UTC.
2009-03-31Due to the transition to SAFE mode, science data was lost from March 31, 2009 at 23:16:09 until April 01, 2009 at 00:23:00 UTC.
2009-04-01The CALIPSO performed an inclination maneuver on April 01, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 00:23:00 to 08:58:01 UTC.
2009-04-09The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on April 09, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 02:49:59 to 02:50:15 UTC.
2009-04-15The CALIPSO satellite performed a braking maneuver on April 15, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 00:48:53 to 08:22:50 UTC.
2009-04-19Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing for April 19, 2009 at 21:53:02 to April 20, 2009 at 19:32:23 UTC.
2009-04-24The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on April 24, 2009. The payload was down from 09:20:27 to 11:00:18 UTC.
2009-04-28The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on April 28, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 22:22:58 to 22:23:14 UTC.
2009-05-05The CALIPSO satellite performed an inclination maneuver on May 05, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 00:08:43 to 08:46:45 UTC.
2009-06-08The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on June 08, 2009. The payload was down from 10:30:30 to 12:09:30 UTC.
2009-06-12Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing for June 12, 2009 at 21:16:10 to June 14, 2009 at 01:13:54 UTC.
2009-07-20The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on July 20, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 17:54:14 to 17:54:30 UTC.
2009-08-08An etalon scan was performed from August 08, 2009 at 11:35:00 UTC to August 09, 2009 at 14:43:30 UTC.
2009-08-11The CALIPSO satellite performed a drag makeup maneuver on August 11, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 00:53:55 to 09:23:06 UTC.
2009-08-31The CALIPSO satellite performed an inclination maneuver on August 31 through September 1, 2009. The payload was down for the maneuver from 23:27:59 to 05:29:02 UTC.
2009-09-04The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on September 04, 2009. The payload was down from 09:35:30 to 11:14:30 UTC.
2009-11-01The science data is missing on November 01, 2009 from 05:06:32 to 08:24:19 UTC due to a Science Computing Facility (SCF) error.
2009-11-06The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on November 06, 2009. The payload was down from 08:41:39 to 09:24:53 UTC.
2009-11-11The CALIPSO satellite performed BITS testing on November 11-12, 2009. The payload was down from 20:31:06 to 10:20:55 UTC.
2009-11-24The CALIPSO satellite performed a gyro calibration on November 24, 2009. The payload was down from 10:06:44 to 10:51:20 UTC.
2009-12-03The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on December 03, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 11:38:13 to 11:38:29 UTC.
2009-12-07The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on December 07, 2009. The payload was down from 09:41:33 to 11:21:23 UTC.
2009-12-10Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing for December 10, 2009 from 00:13:15 to 19:15:50 UTC.
2009-12-12The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on December 12, 2009. The laser was inhibited from 18:48:35 to 18:48:51 UTC.

Last Updated: December 07, 2021


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Last Updated: January 04, 2022
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