Status report archive

Status report archive

Report for Period 29 July to 04 August 2007 Routine observations took place during this reporting period, occurring as planned.On DOY 211 ASPERA suffered a failure to boot-up, and a complete science observation failed asa result.
Published: 6 August 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 22 July to 29 July 2007Routine observations took place during this reporting period, occurring as planned. A second IMP calibration exercise was run between 28 and 29 July with good results. Further processing by Flight Dynamics is on-going.
Published: 2 August 2007
Report for Period 15 July to 21 July 2007Routine observations took place during this reporting period, occurring as planned.The table below shows a chronology of the main activities in the reporting period:
Published: 24 July 2007
Report for Period 7 July to 14 July 2007Routine observations with Venus Express took place during this reporting period and occurred as planned.
Published: 19 July 2007
Report for Period 1 July to 7 July 2007Routine observations with Venus Express took place during this reporting period and occurred as planned.
Published: 12 July 2007
Report for Period 24 June to 30 June 2007Routine observations took place during this reporting period and occurred as planned.
Published: 11 July 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 17 June to 23 June 2007Routine observations took place during this reporting period and occurred as planned.
Published: 29 June 2007
Report for Period 10 June to 16 June 2007On the last day of the reporting period, the spacecraft's 10° +Y tilt was removed as part of the ending of the quadrature operations. The tilt in the spacecraft attitude is required during the quadrature phases to prevent unacceptable illumination of the VMC.
Published: 22 June 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
Report for Period 3 June to 9 June 2007This period saw Venus Express's special operations during the flyby of Venus by NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft. Two full Cebreros passes were skipped to allow for the observations which proceeded as planned. One additional Cebreros pass was shortened to 3 hours to allow for proper cooling of VIRTIS prior to...
Published: 14 June 2007
Report for Period 27 May to 2 June 2007The swap from High Gain Antenna 1 to High Gain Antenna 2 took place during this reporting period, and proceeded according to plan. A single Cebreros pass was skipped to increase cooling of VIRTIS for operation. The use of "delayed TC files" as part of the quadrature operations has worked very well...
Published: 14 June 2007
Report for Period 20 May to 27 May 2007The quadrature operations have progressed according to plan. Some of the passes were again skipped at Cebreros during the reporting period. The use of "delayed TC files" as part of the quadrature operations has worked very well.
Published: 14 June 2007
Mission StatusThe Venus Express spacecraft has been operating nominally, with only relatively minor exceptions. One of these was a problem related to an anomaly where a thruster failed to close; the conclusion was that this anomaly was most likely due to a missed pulse in the commanding circuitry. The situation is being carefully monitored and...
Published: 23 May 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
Mission StatusThe spacecraft has been operating nominally, and with the Earth-Mars distance decreasing, the data rate is continuously increasing, allowing for a commensurate increase in data return.
Published: 23 May 2007
Mission StatusThe two spacecraft and the instruments are operating nominally.
Published: 23 May 2007
Mission StatusINTEGRAL operations are continuing smoothly with the spacecraft, instruments and ground segment all performing nominally. Mission operations are funded until 16 December 2010.
Published: 23 May 2007
Mission statusThe four spacecraft and instruments are operating nominally. The short eclipse season has been passed successively. This year the eclipse period was 1.5 month long with a total of 50 eclipses. A cycling of batteries was introduced by ESOC to give a rest to some batteries in the middle of eclipse season.
Published: 23 May 2007
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