Status report archive

Status report archive

Report for Period 10 May to 6 June 2008Rosetta is continuing its fourth orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. The spacecraft distance from the Sun will now increase to reach a maximum of about 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 10 June 2008
Report for Period 12 April to 9 May 2008Rosetta is continuing its fourth orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. The spacecraft distance from the Sun will now increase to reach a maximum of about 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 13 May 2008
Report for Period 15 March to 11 April 2008Rosetta is continuing its 4th orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. The spacecraft distance from the Sun is increasing and will reach a maximum of about 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 18 April 2008
Report for Period 16 February to 14 March 2008Rosetta is continuing its 4th orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. The spacecraft distance from the Sun is increasing and will reach a maximum of about 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 25 March 2008
Mission StatusThe spacecraft and its subsystem continue to perform nominally. Until mid-September the spacecraft was in active cruise mode with high activity level due to the 6th Active Payload Checkout.
Published: 18 March 2008
Report for Period 19 January to 15 February 2008Rosetta is continuing its 4th orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. Thespacecraft distance from the Sun will now increase to reach a maximum of ca. 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 19 February 2008
Report for Period 22 December 2007 to 18 January 2008Rosetta is continuing its 4th orbit around the Sun as part of its interplanetary journey. Thespacecraft distance from the Sun will now increase to reach a maximum of ca. 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 22 January 2008
Report for Period 01 December to 21 December 2007During the reporting period Rosetta went through the perihelion of its current orbit around theSun (17 Dec 2007 at 0.91077 AU from the Sun) without problems. The spacecraft distance from the Sun will now increase to reach a maximum of ca. 2.26 AU in December 2008.
Published: 27 December 2007
Report for Period 17 November to 30 November 2007After Rosetta's Earth swing-by of 13 November operations focused on science data downlink, spacecraft reconfiguration and check-out activities, and on the correction of the spacecraft's trajectory.
Published: 3 December 2007
Report for the Period 10 November - 16 November 2007During the reporting period Rosetta successfully went through the second Earth Swing-by manoeuvre that boosted the spacecraft towards a new and bigger orbit around the Sun. The period was characterised by intense flight operations preceding and following the closest approach that was on the 13...
Published: 19 November 2007
The spacecraft and its subsystem continue to perform nominally.Mid September the Rosetta spacecraft left Near-Sun Hibernation Mode (NSHM). No problems were reported during that period. Immediately thereafter Payload Active Check-out No. 6 started, which was completed early October.
Published: 19 November 2007
Report for period 27 October to 9 November 2007The reporting period covers a period of 2 weeks of Active Cruise Mode characterised by activities linked to the preparation of the Earth Swing-by. Frequent tracking passes are taken in order to asses the spacecraft trajectory.
Published: 12 November 2007
Report for period 13 - 26 October 2007The reporting period covers a period of 2 weeks of Active Cruise Mode characterised byactivities linked to the preparation of the Earth Swing-by. Frequent tracking passes are taken inorder to assess the spacecraft trajectory. On 18 October a Trajectory Control Manoeuvrehas been performed to set the...
Published: 29 October 2007
Report for Period 30 September 2007 to 12 October 2007The reporting period covers a period of 2 weeks of Active Cruise Mode. The reporting period has been characterised by a very high activity load with the spacecraft instruments as part of the 6th payload check-out.
Published: 15 October 2007
Report for Period 8 September 2007 to 29 September 2007The reporting period covers a period of 3 weeks of Active Cruise Mode. The reporting period has been characterised by a very high activity load with the spacecraft instruments as part of the 6th payload check-out.
Published: 2 October 2007
Report for Period 4 August to 7 September 2007The reporting period covers a period of 5 weeks of Near Sun Hibernation Mode with the reconfiguration to active cruise mode performed in the last week. All activities have beenconducted according to the plan.
Published: 9 September 2007
Report for Period 7 July to 3 August 2007The reporting period covers a period of 4 weeks of uninterrupted Near Sun Hibernation Mode.All activities have been conducted according to the plan. Some problems with the New Norciaground station affected the operations.
Published: 5 August 2007
Report for Period 9 June to 6 July 2007The reporting period covers a period of four weeks of uninterrupted Near Sun Hibernation Mode for Rosetta.
Published: 11 July 2007
Report for Period 12 May to 8 June 2007The reporting period covers a period of four weeks characterised by the following activities:Lander MUPUS anomaly testpassive payload checkout 5 (PC5)change of guidanceNear Sun Hibernation Mode (NSHM) entryAll activities have been conducted according to the plan.
Published: 15 June 2007
Mission StatusThe Rosetta spacecraft completed its Mars gravity assist successfully on 25 February (see also status report no. 76). The closest point was reached at 1:57:59 UTC at just under 250 km from the surface of Mars. The flyby operations had been planned by the Rosetta Mission Operations Centre and the Rosetta Science Operations Centre in...
Published: 23 May 2007
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