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No. 25 - LGA Threshold Test Successful

No. 25 - LGA Threshold Test Successful

Report for fortnight 6 to 20 AugustIn the reporting period the spacecraft was monitored weekly, mainly to dump the telemetry stored on-board. During the last weekly pass, the LGA threshold test first attempted on 1 June 2004 was repeated successfully (see report No. 15).

The table below shows a chronology of the main activities in the reporting period:

Mission Day

Date

DOY

Main Activity

158

06/07.08.04

219/220

Skipped pass

159

07/08.08.04

220/221

Skipped pass

160

08/09.08.04

221/222

Skipped pass

161

09/10.08.04

222/223

Skipped pass

162

10/11.08.04

223/224

Skipped pass

163

11/12.08.04

224/225

Skipped pass

164

12/13.08.04

225/226 Monitoring pass - first Rosetta weekly pass

165

13/14.08.04

226/227

Skipped pass

166

14/15.08.04

227/228

Skipped pass

167

15/16.08.04

228/229

Skipped pass

168

16/17.08.04

229/230

Skipped pass

169

17/18.08.04

230/231

Skipped pass

170

18/19.08.04

231/232

Skipped pass

171

19/20.08.04

232/233 Monitoring pass, LGA Threshold Test, Go to 4 reaction wheels

At the end of the last New Norcia pass in the reporting period (DOY 233) Rosetta was at 75.6 million kilometres from the Earth. The one-way signal travel time was 4 minutes and 12 seconds.

Last Update: 1 September 2019
26-Sep-2020 02:34 UT

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