|pass||% good||op.||total||hardware||software||% recovered||% recoverable||exp||notes|
|0002190930||99.29||Y||HALCA signal dropout from 09h48m51s to 09h49m23s, phase glitch|
|0002210249||88.22||Y||11||large doppler residuals >100 Hz for 1/3 of pass, large noise, phase glitch|
|0002230714||86.08||Y||13||80||phase glitch, HALCA antenna pointing problem|
|0002240017||96.76||X||3||HALCA signal ended early|
|0002251251||98.56||Y||phase glitch, short pass|
|0002260253||99.69||X||Decoder did not setup properly, no telemetry data collected, large doppler residuals|
|0002270457||99.73||Y||HALCA signal dropout from 08h01m01s to 08h01m19s, phase glitch|
There was a total of 17 tracking passes in February of 2000 with 6 of these being unattended tracking passes. Of the 11 attended tracking passes 11 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. Of the 6 unattended tracking passes 6 collected the maximum amount of valid data possible. One tracking pass lost data due to orbit prediction having a large error. One tracking pass lost data due to the link from HALCA ending early. Another tracking pass lost data due to the downlink antenna on HALCA not pointing to Green Bank.
11 tracking passes were observed ``remotely'' from the Jansky Operations Center.
11 of 11 attended passes had max good data.
6 of 6 unattended passes had max good data.
A total of 0.03 tracking passes lost data due to the signal from HALCA being late or ending early.
11 of 11 tracking passes observed from the JOC were succesfull.
A total of 0.13 tracking passes lost data due to HALCA not pointing at the GBES.
A total of 0.11 tracking passes lost data due to poor orbit predictions.