|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|9811052356||0.00||Canceled; APS not started|
|9811070117||99.10||Two phase glitches|
|9811082120||87.15||X*||12||100||Antenna inhibited (snow night before)|
|9811092359||99.79||One phase glitch|
|9811102358||0.00||No HALCA downlink signal|
|9811111842||90.15||HALCA Ku antenna wrap|
|9811120117||99.02||HALCA Ku antenna wrap|
|9811122013||95.28||HALCA signal disappeared 4 min. early|
|9811132124||97.24||phase glitch; HALCA Ku antenna wrap|
|9811142244||0.00||No HALCA downlink signal|
|9811161841||0.00||NO HALCA downlink; APS/Telemetry problem|
There was a total of 12 tracking passes in November of 1998 with 1 of these being an unattended tracking pass. Of the 11 attended tracking passes 11 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. The 1 unattended tracking pass only did not collect the maximum amount of good data. There were 4 tracking passes that lost data due to problems on HALCA.
11 of 11 attended passes had max good data.
0 of 1 unattended passes had max good data.
Operators would have increased amount of good data in 1 of 1 ``bad'' unattended passes.
A total of 4.00 tracking passes lost data due to problems with HALCA.
A total of 0.12 tracking passes lost data due to incliment weather.