|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|9901012113||94.73||X*||5||HALCA signal 8 minutes late, Unscheduled HALCA Ku-antenna wire wrap? Phase glitch|
|9901031712||81.43||18||HALCA signal 4 minutes late|
|9901041838||47.66||52||HALCA signal 12 minutes late|
|9901090233||93.70||6||94||major snow storm; intial pointing error|
|9901112115||99.49||V071b2||HALCA Ku antenna wire wrap|
|9901131726||5.42||94||94||frequency predictions not updated properly|
|9901172241||99.90||HALCA Ku antenna wire wrap|
|9901181731||92.05||HALCA Ku antenna wire wrap|
|9901191846||91.00||HALCA Ku antenna wire wrap|
|9901221610||93.86||6||HALCA signal 1 minute late|
|9901271619||93.32||HALCA Ku antenna wire wrap|
|9901290445||92.67||7||W012l||low power levels on link last 5 min of pass|
There was a total of 34 tracking passes in January of 1999 with 3 of these being unattended tracking passes. Of the 31 attended tracking passes 28 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. Of the 3 unattended tracking passes 3 collected the maximum amount of good data. There were 4 tracking passes that lost data due to problems on HALCA pointing to the GBES late.
Of the 3 recording passes, all 3 collected the maximum amount of good data. One recording pass did lose 7% due to orbit prediction problems.
A communications problem between the station computer and the TWT module firmware resulted in most of the data from one tracking pass being corrupted.
28 of 31 attended passes had max good data.
Operators helped increase amount of good data in 1 of 3 ``bad'' attended passes.
3 of 3 unattended passes had max good data.
A total of 0.86 tracking passes lost data due to problems with SRT and orbit predictions.
A total of 0.94 tracking passes lost data due to software problems.
A total of 0.06 tracking passes lost data due to incliment weather.
3 of 3 recording passes were completely successful.