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DATE STATUS
2017-01-01     Due to a USN ground station anomaly, there are multiple gaps in the science data on January 1, 2017.
2017-01-05     Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from January 05, 2017 at 23:13:27 UTC to January 06, 2017 at 07:34:43 UTC.
2017-01-06     Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from January 06, 2017 at 18:26:34 UTC to 20:53:19 UTC.
2017-01-11     The CALIPSO satellite performed 30 degree off-nadir measurements on January 11, 2017. From 03:00:54 UTC to 03:01:52 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 30 degrees at 03:03:30 UTC and then returned from 30 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 03:38:20 UTC. From 03:40:28 UTC to 03:41:25 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to the nominal configuration.
2017-01-14     Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from January 14, 2017 at 23:07:32 UTC to January 15, 2017 at 19:09:59 UTC.
2017-01-16     Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from January 16, 2017 at 22:55:14 UTC to January 17, 2017 at 18:58:24 UTC.
2017-01-20     The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on January 20, 2017. The payload was down from 16:14:22 to 16:46:33 UTC.
2017-01-25The CALIPSO satellite performed 14 degree off-nadir measurements on January 25, 2017. From 11:28:56 UTC to 11:29:53 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 14 degrees at 11:31:46 UTC and then returned from 14 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 12:06:16 UTC. From 12:08:29 UTC to 12:09:27 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to the nominal configuration.
2017-02-02The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 2 degrees on February 2, 2017 at 23:59:58 UTC.
2017-02-03On February 3, 2017 from 00:00:25 UTC to 00:01:14 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir change. The CALIPSO satellite remains at 2 degrees off-nadir.
2017-02-04On February 4, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 2 degrees off-nadir.
2017-02-05On February 5, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 2 degrees off-nadir.
2017-02-06On February 6, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 2 degrees off-nadir.
2017-02-07On February 7, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 2 degrees off-nadir.
2017-02-08The CALIPSO satellite performed 14 degree off-nadir measurements on February 8, 2017. From 13:20:40 UTC to 13:21:37 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 2.0 degrees to 14 degrees at 13:24:11 UTC and then returned from 14 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 13:58:51 UTC. From 14:00:54 UTC to 14:01:52 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to the nominal configuration.
2017-02-17The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on February 17, 2017. The payload was down from 11:34:32 UTC to 12:19:49 UTC.
2017-02-20Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing February 20, 2017 at 23:03:29 UTC to February 21, 2017 at 22:31:13 UTC.
2017-02-22The CALIPSO satellite performed 14 degree off-nadir measurements on February 22, 2017. From 11:55:57 UTC to 11:56:55 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 14 degrees at 11:59:16 UTC and then returned from 14 degrees to 1.0 degree at 12:42:11 UTC. From 12:35:31 UTC to 12:36:20 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to the nominal configuration. The CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
The CALIPSO satellite performed BITS testing on February 22, 2017 in conjunction with an Inclination Adjust Maneuver on February 23, 2017. The payload was down for testing and the maneuver from February 22, 2017 at 20:05:37 UTC until February 23, 2017 at 09:55:52 UTC. The CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
2017-02-24On February 24, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
2017-02-25On February 25, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
2017-02-26On February 26, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
2017-02-27On February 27, 2017 the CALIPSO satellite remains at 1.0 degree off-nadir.
2017-02-28On February 28, 2017 from 15:53:21 UTC to 15:54:27 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir change. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 1 degree to 3 degrees at 15:53:50 UTC.
2017-03-08The CALIPSO satellite performed 10 degree off-nadir measurements on March 08, 2017. From 12:09:33 UTC to 12:10:31 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 10 degrees at 12:13:20 UTC and then returned from 10 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 12:47:50 UTC. From 12:49:48 UTC to 12:50:45 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to restore the LIDAR configuration table to the nominal configuration.
2017-03-15The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on March 15, 2017 from 11:48:39 UTC until 15:10:47 UTC.
2017-03-17The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on March 17, 2016. The laser was inhibited from 01:48:50 to 01:49:06 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on March 17, 2017. The payload was down from 13:46:36 to 14:21:39 UTC.
2017-03-22The CALIPSO satellite performed 10 degree off-nadir measurements on March 22, 2017. From 12:23:40 UTC to 12:24:29 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 10 degrees at 12:27:20 UTC and then returned from 10 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 13:01:45 UTC. From 13:03:54 UTC to 13:04:51 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to restore the LIDAR configuration table to the nominal configuration.
2017-03-25Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from March 25, 2017 at 23:56:51 UTC to March 26, 2017 at 21:47:27 UTC.
2017-03-30The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on March 30, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 12:36:46 to 12:37:02 UTC.
2017-04-05On April 5, 2017 an attempt to recover to Data Acquisition mode was made following an Inclination Maneuver. At 11:33:04 UTC the payload experienced a Failure Detection Isolation and Recovery (FDIR) event caused by an IIR under-temperature and the payload transitioned to SAFE mode. On April 6, 2017 at 15:33:51 UTC the payload returned to Data Acquisition mode. No science data was collected from April 4, 2017 at 22:33:35 UTC until April 6, 2017 at 15:33:51 UTC.
2017-04-12Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from April 12, 2017 at 23:44:24 UTC to April 13, 2017 at 23:01:28 UTC.
2017-04-13The CALIPSO satellite performed a Drag Makeup Maneuver on April 13, 2017. The payload was down for the maneuver on April 13, 2017 from 00:36:42 UTC to 09:05:35 UTC.
2017-04-19The CALIPSO satellite performed 10 degree off-nadir measurements on April 19, 2017. From 12:51:35 UTC to 12:52:32 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 10 degrees at 12:54:58 UTC and then returned from 10 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 13:29:28 UTC. From 13:31:49 UTC to 13:32:47 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to restore the LIDAR configuration table to the nominal configuration.
2017-04-21The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on April 21, 2017 from 07:09:52 UTC until 08:50:24 UTC.
2017-04-22The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on April 22, 2017 from 07:53:09 UTC until 09:33:00 UTC.
2017-05-03The CALIPSO satellite performed 10 degree off-nadir measurements on May 03, 2017. From 13:04:54 UTC to 13:05:51 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 10 degrees at 13:08:48 UTC and then returned from 10 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 13:43:23 UTC. From 13:44:27 UTC to 13:45:16 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to restore the LIDAR configuration table to the nominal configuration.
2017-05-12The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on May 12, 2017. The payload was down from 19:30:18 to 20:18:19 UTC.
2017-05-16The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 16, 2017 from 07:04:48 UTC until 08:44:38 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on May 16, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 08:36:10 to 08:36:26 UTC.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 16, 2017 from 20:18:36 UTC until 21:55:43 UTC.
2017-05-17The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 17, 2017 from 07:46:43 UTC until 09:26:33 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite performed 10 degree off-nadir measurements on May 17, 2017. From 11:39:56 UTC to 11:40:46 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 10 degrees at 11:43:17 UTC and then returned from 10 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 12:17:57 UTC. From 12:19:30 UTC to 12:20:27 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to restore the LIDAR configuration table to the nominal configuration.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 17, 2017 from 19:25:43 UTC until 20:58:36 UTC.
2017-05-18The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 18, 2017 from 06:51:47 UTC until 08:31:37 UTC.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 18, 2017 from 20:04:54 UTC until 21:43:23 UTC.
2017-05-19The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 19, 2017 from 07:34:22 UTC until 09:13:32 UTC.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 19, 2017 from 19:09:18 UTC until 20:47:46 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on May 19, 2017. The payload was down from 19:09:18 to 20:48:27 UTC.
2017-05-20The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on May 20, 2016. The laser was inhibited from 03:13:00 to 03:13:16 UTC.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 20, 2017 from 06:38:46 UTC until 08:18:36 UTC.
The payload was transitioned to Manual Data Acquisition to complete a Wide Field-of-View Camera test on May 20, 2017 from 19:55:18 UTC until 20:30:14 UTC.
2017-05-28Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from May 28, 2017 at 23:56:43 UTC to May 29, 2017 at 21:47:56 UTC.
2017-06-01The CALIPSO satellite performed 1.5 degree off-nadir measurements on June 01, 2017. From 21:54:14 UTC to 21:55:03 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir measurements. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 3 degrees to 1.5 degrees at 21:53:51 UTC.
2017-06-26The CALIPSO satellite returned to 3.0 degrees off-nadir on June 26, 2017. From 13:50:44 UTC to 13:51:41 UTC the payload performed a DAQ-STANDBY-DAQ transition to update the LIDAR configuration table for the off-nadir change. The platform off-nadir angle changed from 1.5 degrees to 3.0 degrees at 13:49:49 UTC.
2017-07-07The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on July 07, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 19:41:15 to 19:41:31 UTC.
2017-07-14The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on July 14, 2017. The payload was down from 08:58:44 to 09:29:42 UTC.
The CALIPSO satellite payload was commanded to SAFE on July 14, 2017 at 13:08:31 UTC due to an increase in 10 and 100 MeV proton flux. On July 18, 2017 at 15:48:25 UTC, the payload performed a BITS measurement. On July 19, 2017, the payload commanded to SAFE mode for a Drag Makeup Maneuver. The payload returned to DAQ mode on July 19, 2017 at 09:51:45 UTC. No science data was collected from July 14, 2017 at 13:08:31 UTC until July 19, 2017 at 09:51:45 UTC.
2017-07-19The CALIPSO satellite payload was commanded to SAFE on July 19, 2017 at 11:44:02 UTC after a laser fault. The payload was commanded to STANDBY for a Science data downlink on July 24, 2017 at 19:15:19 UTC. The payload was commanded to SAFE mode on July 25, 2017 at 00:03:02 UTC. The payload returned to DAQ mode on July 27, 2017 at 17:16:18 UTC.
2017-07-27The CALIPSO satellite payload was commanded to SAFE on July 27, 2017 at 19:13:32 UTC after a laser fault. The payload returned to extended POLARIZATION CALIBRATION DATA ACQUISITION on August 1, 2017 at 15:55:45 UTC. The payload commanded to STANDBY on August 05, 2017 at 16:09:38 UTC. The payload returned to DAQ on August 05, 2017 at 16:10:35 UTC.
2017-08-12The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on August 12, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 03:46:46 to 03:47:08 UTC.
2017-08-19The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on August 19, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 20:13:46 to 20:13:32 UTC.
2017-09-01The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on September 1, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 20:34:24 to 20:34:40 UTC.
2017-09-05The CALIPSO satellite payload was commanded to SAFE on September 5, 2017 at 09:09:06 UTC due to an increase in 10 and 100 MeV proton flux. On September 10, 2017 at 19:10:14 UTC, the payload was commanded to OFF due to an increase in 10 and 100 MeV proton flux. On September 14, 2017 at 11:36:24UTC the payload was transitioned to SAFE mode to prepare for a return to Data Acquisition mode. On September 15, 2017 at 18:38:28 UTC the payload returned to Data Acquisition mode. No science data was collected from September 5, 2017 at 09:09:06 UTC until September 15, 2017 at 18:38:28 UTC.
2017-09-18The CALIPSO satellite payload was commanded to SAFE on September 18, 2017 at 13:23:55 UTC due to a LVPS over temperature. The payload transitioned to STANDBY mode to prepare for return to DATA ACQUISITION on September 20, 2017 at 15:38:37 UTC.
2017-09-22The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on September 22, 2017. The payload was down from 14:52:37 to 15:22:23 UTC.
2017-10-16Due to a USN ground station anomaly, science data is missing from October 16, 2017 at 00:21:02 UTC until October 16, 2017 at 21:59:40 UTC.
2017-10-18The CALIPSO satellite performed a drag makeup maneuver on October 18, 2017. The payload was down for the maneuver from 00:55:41 to 09:24:25 UTC.
2017-10-23The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on October 23, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 20:13:46 to 20:14:02 UTC
2017-11-05The CALIPSO satellite performed a polarization calibration on November 5, 2017. The payload was down from 18:27:12 UTC to 19:11:00 UTC.
2017-11-15The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on November 15, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 12:07:01 to 12:07:17 UTC.
2017-11-21The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on November 21, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 06:26:56 to 06:27:12 UTC.
2017-12-02The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on December 02, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 11:03:52 to 11:04:08 UTC.
2017-12-08The CALIPSO satellite performed a boresight alignment on December 08, 2017. The payload was down from 19:26:00 to 19:56:30 UTC.
2017-12-28The CALIPSO satellite performed a laser inhibit due to a Hubble Space Telescope overflight on December 28, 2017. The laser was inhibited from 07:46:05 to 07:46:21 UTC.

Last Updated: December 07, 2021


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Last Updated: January 04, 2022
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