|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|9803011332||97.12||2||2||V115b||software TWT bug|
|9803031803||95.98||4||95||V047l||Ant. in 2nd limit (Az>90)|
|9803091301||75.89||24||24||software TWT bug|
|9803101416||61.13||38||38||V053f1||software TWT bug|
|9803141252||0.00||100||HACLA not commanded|
|9803151353||0.00||100||V034b3||HALCA not commanded|
|9803191223||56.18||43||43||56||VT715||Intermittent Ku-synth problem|
|9803251304||99.12||100||brakes set before pass|
|9803291147||0.00||X||100||HALCA in SafeHold|
There was a total of 22 tracking passes in March of 1998 with 3 of these being unattended tracking passes. Of the 19 attended tracking passes 14 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. Of the unattended tracking passes 3 of 3 obtained the maximum amount of valid data. There were 3 tracking passes where there were problems with HALCA.
Of the 11 recording passes, 7 collected the maximum amount of good data while the other recording passes lost 2%, 4%, 38% and 43% of the data during the pass.
14 of 19 attended passes had max good data.
Operators helped increase amount of good data in 3 of 5 ``bad'' attended passes.
3 of 3 unattended passes had max good data.
A total of 0.64 tracking passes lost data due to software problems.
A total of 0.43 tracking passes lost data due to hardware problems.
A total of 3.00 tracking passes lost data due to problems with HALCA.
7 of 11 recording passes were completely successful.
A total of 0.87 recording passes lost data.