Near-term schedule. Scott Horner. Background. MCCS software engineering build #3 was delivered in June and tested by the SIL team in early July A number of bugs were identified, preventing tier 4 level testing in the SIL and line operations with this build
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MCCS software engineering build #3 was delivered in June and tested by the SIL team in early July
A number of bugs were identified, preventing tier 4 level testing in the SIL and line operations with this build
MCCS software engineering build #4 was added to the schedule – delivery from L3 to DFRC 30 Sept
FORCAST completed tier 1-3 testing with EB3
Door @ 100%
Door @ 10%
This lego chart does not match the IMS and has not been fully approved by the program.
FORCAST is not installed until this period. FORCAST installation, MCCS change-over from open door build to EB4, MCCS checkout, and observatory checkout will need to occur prior to the start of line operations. The EMI testing needs to be inserted into the flow of line operations at an appropriate point.
First Light attempt
This period was going to be used to integrate FORCAST, balance the TA, test the FORCAST to MCCS software interface, and perform EMI testing of FORCAST
Work in progress
No longer current
Segment 2 – Tracking Dates
FORCAST and/or HIPO may be utilized for TA characterization during this period. Detailed planning for this period cannot occur until we have TA flight performance data.
Segment 3 flight phase overview – Tracking Dates
Southern Hemisphere Deployment
SI labs at DAOF are scheduled to be completed in FY10
Should only impact FORCAST – impact should be minor but we need to keep track of both schedules
Most of the labs will have 11’6” (3.5m) ceilings
Areas of two of the labs will have 11’ ceilings
11’6” requirement was derived from need to change out fill tubes
Most operations that require high ceilings can be done in the PIF area or on the hangar floor if needed