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CAPS/Cassini Budget Review FY’03 – FY’08. David T. Young, CAPS PI April 25, 2002 Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The CAPS science objectives are to measure, document and understand: Saturn Auroral properties and dynamics; excitation mechanisms; relationships to terrestrial and Jovian aurora

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Caps cassini budget review fy 03 fy 08

CAPS/Cassini Budget Review FY’03 – FY’08

David T. Young, CAPS PI

April 25, 2002

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

D. T. Young


Caps science objectives

The CAPS science objectives are to measure, document and understand:

Saturn

Auroral properties and dynamics; excitation mechanisms; relationships to terrestrial and Jovian aurora

Auroral ion beam generation and composition; relation to polar ionosphere structure and composition

Electrodynamic coupling of the ionosphere and magnetosphere

Generation of Saturn Kilometric Radiation

The Magnetosphere

Structure and morphology; external and internal boundaries; time dependent behavior

Sources and sinks of matter, momentum, and energy

Drivers of internal dynamics: the solar wind, planetary field rotation, internal plasma sources

Microphysical phenomena of the bow shock, magnetosheath, dusty plasmas, acceleration and diffusion regions

Titan

Ionospheric composition; with INMS, atmosphere and exosphere composition

Dynamical interactions of the ionosphere and atmosphere with the co-rotating magnetosphere

Structure of the internal bow wave/shock, wake, and flux tube

Icy Satellites

Ion exosphere and associated surface composition

Space weathering phenomena and surface interactions with the magnetosphere

Structure and dynamics of associated plasma features

Rings

Ion exosphere and associated ring particle composition

Ring spoke origins, temporal behavior, and interaction with the magnetosphere

Microphysics and dynamics of dusty plasmas

CAPS Science Objectives

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Overview of the caps investigation

CAPS consists of three sensors and supporting subsystems

Ion Mass Spectrometer (IMS)

Novel but complex isochronous time-of-flight mass spectrograph

Only space-borne mass spectrometer with molecular mass resolution ~2500

Raw data rate of 1.1 Mbits/s requires on-board spectral deconvolution

Controlled by two processors: SAM and CPU2

Two 15 kV high voltage supplies

Electron Spectrometer (ELS)

Based on prior flight instruments--conceptually simple

Able to measure and track total and differential spacecraft potentials

Self-contained unit controlled by CAPS CPU 1

Ion Beam Spectrometer (IBS)

Based prior flight instruments--conceptually simple

Ultra high energy/angle resolution gives unique capability for beam resolution

Self-contained unit controlled by CAPS CPU 1

Overview of the CAPS Investigation

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CAPS Instrument Block Diagram

ELS

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CAPS Organization Chart

PROJ. SCIENTIST

D. Matson

PROJ. MANAGER

R. Mitchell

CASSINI SAUL

L. Miller

PSG, IDS’s

PRINCIPAL INVEST.

D. Young

CONTRACTS

OTL

SCIENCE TEAM

D. Young

FLIGHT SYSTEM

C. Zinsmeyer

GROUND SYSTEM D. Gell

ANALYSIS

D. Young

PLANNING

F. Crary

SOFTWARE

C. Zinsmeyer

OPERATIONS

J. Furman

GS S/W

D. Gell

CALIBRATION

R. Goldstein

OPS

J. Furman

SCI S/W

Team

EUROPE

US

KFKI: CZ

SwRI: RG, DM,JB

MAINTENANCE

C. Zinsmeyer

MAINTENANCE

D. Gell

ARCHIVE/PDS

D. Gell

UOulu: KM

GSFC: ES

VTT: VK

LANL: MT

OMB: MB

Uva: RJ

SwRI: CZ

LANL: BB, MT

CETP: JJB

CETP: JJB

Rice: TH

GSFC: ES

GSFC: ES

SwRI: RG, DM

RAL: MG

JPL: SB

MSSL: DL

MSSL: DL

UM: DY

MSSL: AC

NDRE: KS

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CAPS WBS, schedule, and level of effort are contained in a separate MS Project presentation

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1 0 management

Task Description

Manage scientific, technical, and contractual aspects of the CAPS investigation

Key Technical Tasks

Ensure proper operation of CAPS and reduction and scientific analysis of data

Ensure technical and scientific participation and continuity of CAPS team

Provide single point of contact between CAPS investigation and project management

Participate in the Cassini PSG and meetings; hold CAPS team meetings

Perform descopes of investigation as required by project management

Deliverables

Budgets, planning, and contractual materials

1.0 Management

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2 science planning 2 1 science observation analysis

Task Definition

Analyze the Cassini Tour from the perspective of the CAPS science objectives to determine appropriate times for execution of science campaigns, coordinated observations, and survey periods.

Key Technical Tasks

Use SOA and other tools to find observing locations and periods where science returns are maximumized

Ensure that all CAPS science objectives are met through the specification of appropriate science requests

Deliverables

An internally conflict-free set of science observations that are placed into the CAPS science collection tool (ECARs)

2. Science Planning2.1 Science Observation Analysis

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2 science planning 2 2 dwg twt sost tost psg support

Task Description

Participate in and support DWG, TWT, SOST, TOST, & PSG meetings as required; take actions to support the Cassini Tour Planning process

Key Technical Tasks

Weekly teleconferences to support the Tour Planning process

Run PDT (pointing design tool) to support observation integration as needed

Review resulting integration plans, investigate areas of conflict, take an active role in conflict resolution

Deliverables

Conflict-free attitude strategy information

Assumptions

CAPS science team inputs have been captured in ECARS

2. Science Planning2.2 DWG, TWT, SOST, TOST, & PSG Support

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2 science planning 2 3 2 4 2 5 ecars input review and resolution

Task Description

Allows CAPS and other investigators to make science input to the tour science design (includes instrument internal configuration and spacecraft pointing configuration)

Key Technical Tasks

Input pointing and instrument configuration captured in ECARS

Review ECARS inputs from the team and IDS’s

Resolve observation conflicts within the CAPS team

Deliverables

Internally conflict-free observation design (to be used later in the Tour planning process)

Assumptions

Co-Investigators participate in ECARS process and conflict resolution

2. Science Planning2.3, 2.4, 2.5 ECARS input, review, and resolution

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2 science planning 2 6 observation skeleton design

Task Description

Design a series of general observation templates

Key Technical Tasks

Classify common observation requirements

Conceptualize and build skeleton designs and place in database

Validate skeleton designs

Assumptions

Designs can be built ahead of required delivery

Skeleton designs will lead to more rapid, efficient, and accurate internal CAPS sequence generation

2. Science Planning2.6 Observation Skeleton Design

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2 science planning 2 7 2 8 cims inputs to sop

Task Description

Input TWT and SOP requests and updates into the CIMS database

Key Technical Tasks

Submit inputs to the SOP according to the project planning schedule

Support CAPS science planners with science design tasks and SOP deliverables

Update CIMS according to TWT, TOST, and SOST schedules

Assumptions

Task can be carried out by a part time student worker under supervision of OTL

2. Science Planning2.7, 2.8 CIMS Inputs to SOP

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3 science analysis

Task Description

Develop tools for quicklook and detailed analysis of CAPS data

Perform scientific analysis of data

Key Technical Tasks

Develop, test, and validate L2 and L3 analysis software

Perform Level 2 (quicklook) and Level 3 (detailed) analysis of data

Assumptions

Co-I teams will produce software both for incorporation into the production data processing system and for interactive analysis

3. Science Analysis

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software

Task Description

Develop software to perform level 2 and higher analysis of data produced by each CAPS sensor

Key Technical Tasks

Produce system handbooks for use by data analysts

Develop level 2 software for the ELS, IBS, and IMS sensors

Each CO-I to develop level 3 software specifically for own scientific analysis

Deliverables

Level 2 software from CO-Is to GS manager

Level 3 and higher software to GS manager if deemed generally useful to other team members

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 3 instrument and data analysis handbooks

Task Description

Produce documentation needed for analysis of CAPS data

Key Technical Tasks

Produce the CAPS Instrument Handbook describing the capabilities and operations of each of the CAPS sensors and their supporting hardware

Produce the CAPS Data Analysis Handbook describing each of the data products summarizing the production algorithms, underlying assumptions, and the data distribution system

Deliverables

CAPS Instrument Handbook

CAPS Data Analysis Handbook

Assumptions

Each Co-I institution will contribute to the documents

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3 Instrument and Data Analysis Handbooks

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 4 els level 2 software

Task Description

Development and testing of software required to perform level 2 analysis of ELS sensor data

Key Technical Tasks

Define software requirements

Design and implement software

Perform component level testing and validation

Deliver ELS software to the GS for integration into the CAPS production data processing system

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.4 ELS Level 2 Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 5 ibs level 2 software

Task Description

Development and testing of software required to perform level 2 analysis of IBS sensor data

Key Technical Tasks

Define software requirements

Design and implement software

Perform component level testing and validation

Deliver IBS software to the GS for integration into the CAPS production data processing system

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.5 IBS Level 2 Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 6 ims level 2 software

Task Description

Development and testing of software required to perform level 2 analysis of IMS plasma data

Development and testing of software required to deconvolve and perform level 2 analysis of IMS ion composition data

Key Technical Tasks

Define software requirements

Design and implement software

Perform component level testing and validation

Deliver IMS software to the GS for integration into the CAPS production data processing system

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.6 IMS Level 2 Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 7 gsfc level 3 analysis software

Task Description

Develop locally resident analysis software for higher level (3) analysis of SAM and CAPS data products

Key Technical Tasks

Develop software tools to perform scientific analysis of SAM/CPU2 data

Convert SAM tools to routine use by the data production system as appropriate

Deliverables

SAM software to the GS for integration

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.7 GSFC Level 3 Analysis Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 8 3 1 20 other co i level 3 analysis software

Task Description

Develop locally resident analysis software for higher level (3) scientific analysis of CAPS data products

Key Technical Tasks

Develop software tools to perform Level 3 scientific analysis of CAPS data

As required, convert Level 3 CAPS tools to routine use by the data production system

Deliverables

Level 3 software to the GS for integration

Documentation and training plan

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.8-3.1.20 Other Co-I Level 3 Analysis Software

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3 science analysis 3 1 analysis software 3 1 21 analysis software training

Task Description

Train team in the use of routine analysis software and data products incorporated in the ground system.

Key Technical Tasks

Develop training materials

Update CAPS Data Analysis Handbook to reflect current tool content

Conduct training sessions as required

3 Science Analysis3.1 Analysis Software3.1.21 Analysis Software Training

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3 science analysis 3 2 scientific data analysis 3 2 1 science data validation

Task Description

Validate CAPS L2 data through application of the data to science analysis

Key Technical Tasks

Assign, coordinate, and distribute data to Co-I’s based on interest and volume capability

Run L2 analysis and supporting routines at team sites

Flag scientific inconsistencies, calibration errors, needs for further calibration; temporal and spatial errors, etc.

Deliverables

Notifications of flagged data and associated errors

Support for resolution of science data issues

3. SCIENCE ANALYSIS3.2 Scientific Data Analysis3.2.1 Science data validation

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3 science analysis 3 2 scientific data analysis 3 2 2 quicklook analysis

Task Description

Perform quick-look scientific analysis based on L2 data

Key Technical Tasks

Identify special scientific events for intra- and inter-team coordination

Identify special events that may impact the remaining science planning process

Identify additional calibration needs

Prepare L2 science results and graphics used in press releases and PSG acitvities

Prepare and submit scientific papers and conference presentations dealing with early results

Deliverables

Lists of special events and calibration needs

Special scientific events list

Science results and graphics

Scientific papers and presentations

3. SCIENCE ANALYSIS 3.2 Scientific Data Analysis3.2.2 Quicklook analysis

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3 science analysis 3 2 scientific data analysis 3 2 3 detailed science analysis

Task Description

Perform full detailed scientific analysis of CAPS data to Level 3

Key Technical Tasks

PI to coordinate analysis of special scientific events with the CAPS team, other Cassini teams, and the wider scientific community

Identify special events that may impact the remaining science planning process

Identify additional calibration needs

Prepare L3 science results and graphics used in press releases and PSG acitvities

Prepare and submit scientific papers and conference presentations dealing with early results

Deliverables

Lists of special events and calibration needs

Science results and graphics (to PI)

Scientific papers and presentations (coordinate with PI)

3. SCIENCE ANALYSIS 3.2 Scientific Data Analysis3.2.3 Detailed science analysis

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3 science analysis 3 2 scientific data analysis 3 2 4 identify additional calibration needs

Task Description

In some special cases during Tour, the CAPS EM and IMS PT will be used to obtain extra calibration data in order to clarify measurements of complex mass and energy spectra anticipated at Titan, Dione, SOI, etc. Data will be used to revise sensor control tables, on-board processing tables, and to analyze returned data.

Key Technical Tasks

Validate 3.2.3 requirements for future calibrations

Specify details of calibration required and the expected results

Analyze calibration data and calculate new coefficients

Deliverables

Detailed justification for additional calibration requirements

3. SCIENCE ANALYSIS 3.2 Scientific Data Analysis3.2.4 Identify additional calibration needs

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4 calibration 4 1 calibration activities 4 1 1 ground calibration

Task Description

Perform all ground-based calibrations required to support scientific analysis of the CAPS data

Key Technical Tasks

Refurbish CAPS EM (eliminate noise in the IMS front-end system; HV integrity…)

Re-calibrate EM to resolve differences in EM and FM units

Perform EM & PT calibrations using existing facilities (SwRI, LANL, GSFC, MSSL and CRPE)

Perform triple-TOF foil calibrations

Deliverables

Calibration and ancillary data and logbooks

Assumptions

It will be possible to maintain the CAPS EM, IMS PT, IMS triple-TOF foil equipment, and respective calibration systems throughout the Tour

4. CALIBRATION4.1 Calibration Activities4.1.1 Ground calibration

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4 calibration 4 1 calibration activities 4 1 2 flight calibration

Task Description

Perform in-flight calibrations required to support the operation and scientific analysis of the CAPS data

Key Technical Tasks

Plan internal CAPS calibration activities (completed)

Coordinate and plan cross-calibration activities

Execute flight calibrations

Deliverables

Calibration planning

Assumptions

Requested calibration periods are available (2 hrs/50 days—already in CIMS)

4. CALIBRATION4.1 Calibration Activities4.1.2 Flight calibration

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4 calibration 4 2 software development

Task Description

Develop GS software needed for calibration data analysis and tables

Key Technical Tasks

Develop and test s/w for IMS:

Calibration system operations

Calibration data analysis

Foil data analysis

Develop and test s/w for IBS

Develop and test s/w for ELS

Deliverables

Software packages and documentation

4. CALIBRATION4.2 Software Development

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4 calibration 4 3 calibration analysis

Task Description

Reduce and analyze data from ground and flight calibration activities and make data available as tables for use in the ground

Key Technical Tasks

Reduce and analyze:

Existing backlog of data from FM pre-launch and in-flight calibrations

New data from flight calibrations

Cross-calibration data from RPWS, MAG, MIMI, etc.

EM and PT calibration data

Prepare tables for ground system

Document and archive data in CAPS GS data base

Deliverables

Ground system data tables

Archived calibration data

4. CALIBRATION4.3 Calibration Analysis

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development

Task Description

Overall development of an integrated ground system, providing facilities for command planning, command generation, real-time operations, and data collection, processing and distribution

Key Technical Tasks

Development of central database to support CAPS production processes

Development of software components that provide the specified functionality

Development of web-based interfaces for data submittal and access by the CAPS team and others

Ensure security and integrity of the GS

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 1 system definition

Task Description

Produce system level requirements and corresponding software and hardware concepts and designs for the CAPS ground system

Key Technical Tasks

Production of Ground System Requirements Specification

Production of Operations Concepts for the ground system, for operations, and for data processing

Production of the System Design Specification and Software Coding Standards

Development of a migration plan, defining how existing software components will be integrated into the CAPS ground system

Review specifications

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development5.1.1 System Definition

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 2 planning tool development

Task Description

Development of a web-based CAPS activities request system (ECARS) that team members may use to record observation requests including the instrument configuration. The instrument operations team will use ECARS to prioritize and internally de-conflict CAPS science activities.

Key Technical Tasks

Design and test ECARS data base

Design and test team member and support staff user interfaces

5.0 Ground System 5.1 Ground System Development5.1.2 Planning Tool Development

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 3 data base implementation

Task Description

Develop an ORACLE data base to support command generation, flight operations, production data processing, data archive preparation and data distribution

Key Technical Tasks

Partition the system requirements for this subsystem between the components of the subsystem

Adapt the INMS architecture to CAPS

Develop the user interface items required to support further development

Develop the data base access methods

Complete component level testing

Assumptions

The INMS system structure such as user authentication, table management and system administration tools are readily adaptable to CAPS

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development5.1.3 Data Base Implementation

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 4 downlink functions

Task Description

Develop the ground system components that acquires level 0 data from its sources and converts it to level 1B (engineering units) data

Key Technical Tasks

Add functionality to the CAPS data base to support downlink processing.

Develop the level 0 data manager that acquires the data and expands the packets

Populate the data dictionary tables in the data base

Develop queries and web pages for instrument state and instrument processor memory image extraction

Complete component level testing

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development5.1.4 Downlink Functions

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 5 health and safety functions

Task Description

Develop the ground system components that support instrument state of health assessment and safety alarms

Key Technical Tasks

Add functionality to the data base to support this sub-system

Develop alarm management, event management and state/memory comparator components which query the data base and provide alarms to the appropriate users

Develop the trend analysis and display tools including data base queries and web page design.

Develop tools to track and predict consumables, including actuator cycles, power cycles and total detector charge

Develop near real-time displays

Complete component level testing

5.0 Ground System 5.1 Ground System Development5.1.5 Health and Safety Functions

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 6 command generation functions

Task Description

Develop the ground system components that support command sequence planning and implementation

Key Technical Tasks

Add functionality to the data base to support this sub-system

Develop the automated sequence generation component

Develop software to produce and test SAM group tables

Develop a software instrument simulator that produces instrument state and resource use estimates from SASFs

Complete component level testing

Assumptions

SAM group table generation and simulation software will be developed at GSFC

Most instrument operations will be performed by triggering IEBs, with few additional commands required in the background sequence.

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development5.1.6 Command Generation Functions

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5 0 ground system 5 1 ground system development 5 1 7 data production functions

Task Description

Develop the ground system components which perform production data processing

Key Technical Tasks

Add functionality to the data base to support this sub-system

Develop software which will provide interfaces between the data base and production data processing programs and train developers in its use

Develop data distribution tools, including display pages, retrieval queries and output modules

Develop the software to compute geophysical quantities (distributions, moments and fits)

Develop software to produce higher level products

Develop software to generate E-kernels, C-kernels and an experimenter’s notebook

Complete component level testing

5.0 Ground System5.1 Ground System Development5.1.7 Data Production Functions

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5 0 ground system 5 2 ground system integration

Task Description

Integrate each of the subsystems into the CAPS data base

Establish inter-subsystem operations

Key Technical Tasks

Develop a detailed integration plan

Integrate each software component into the data base as it is built and delivered

Integrate data archive production sub-system into the data base

5.0 Ground System5.2 Ground System Integration

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5 0 ground system 5 3 ground system documentation and training

Task Description

Develop and document operation procedures.

Key Technical Tasks

Develop operational procedures

Produce user guides and training syllabi

Produce operator’s handbook

Train team members and operations staff

5.0 Ground System5.3 Ground System Documentation and Training

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7 flight operations 7 1 train new deputy otl and backup otl

Task Description

Current OTL will teach the new deputy OTL and backup OTL to build commands for the instrument, pointing designs for the spacecraft, and all tools needed to support the SOP Implementation task and the Cruise and Tour Sequence Generation

Deliverables

Two fully trained OTLs that can help with SOP implementation and sequence development starting in December 2003

Assumptions

Training for new OTLs needs to being no later than October 1, 2002 in order to make sure SOP implementation is completed by the CAPS team

7. Flight Operations7.1 Train New Deputy OTL and Backup OTL

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7 flight operations 7 2 science cruise phase

Task Description

Pointing design development, Instrument sequence development, and meetings during sequence execution

Key Technical Tasks

Build conflict & violation free pointing designs & internal instrument commanding

Attend meetings throughout all phases of design

Deliverables

Violation & Conflict Free Pointing Designs (2 Ports)

Internal Instrument Commands & Power Profile (3 Inputs)

Assumptions

Continue with current SPVT and SVT schedules

7. Flight Operations7.2 Science Cruise Phase

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7 flight operations 7 3 tour phase

Task Description

Participate in building, updating, validating, and executing each sequence

Key Technical Tasks

Update SOP via aftermarket process

Update pointing designs and instrument internal commands

Deliverables

Conflict & Violation Free Pointing Design

Instrument Internal Commands for Background Sequence

Instrument Expanded Block (IEB) commands

Assumptions

assume 1

assume 2

7. Flight Operations7.3 Tour Phase

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7 flight operations 7 4 health safety operations

Task Description

Monitor health and safety of the instrument and respond to any anomalies that arise

Key Technical Tasks

Monitor health and safety of the instrument during downlink opportunities and report any problems for analysis

Review playback data for any anomalies during off-track periods and report any problems for analysis

Anomaly response (research, testing, validation, real-time commanding)

Assumptions

More than 1 person or group is responsible for anomaly response

assume 2

7. Flight Operations7.4 Health & Safety Operations

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8 sop implementation

Task Description

Assist in building the Science Opportunity Plan (SOP)

Key Technical Tasks

Participate in weekly meetings & respond to meeting actions

Coordinate with other teams in building pointing designs & integrating different requirements

Deliverables

Conflict & Violation Free Pointing Design (3 Ports)

Instrument Internal Triggers & Power Profile (3 Ports)

Assumptions

SOP Implementation starts in May 2002

Implementation will consist of 2 concurrently running SPVT processes (each consisting of 2 sequences and 3 input ports)

8. SOP Implementation

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9 ground system operations 9 2 equipment and facilities maintenance

Task Description

Maintain all essential CAPS-related equipment, subsystems and components, and ground facilities for the duration of the mission. (Maintenance is essential to CAPS health and safety and to reduction and analysis of the scientific data.)

Key Technical Tasks

Maintain equipment, subsystems and ground facilities located at:

SwRI: CAPS EM, calibration facility, misc. CAPS and IBS HV hardware, RTIU, CAPS EGSE

LANL: IMS PT, calibration facility, misc. IMS and IBS hardware, EGSE for FEE and TDC; IBS facilities

VTT: IBS facilities, misc. IBS hardware

GSFC: SAM/CPU2 test facility, calibration facility, misc. hardware for HVU1, EGSE for SAM/CPU2

U. Va.: Ion beam facility for studying plasma-surface interactions with ice

CRPE: IMS triple-TOF foil calibration and test facility; misc. IMS hardware

MSSL: Calibration facility, ELS PT, misc. ELS hardware, EGSE for ELS

RAL and NDRE: ELS development facilities

Deliverables

All of the above items should be available as the need arises during Tour

Assumptions

Some institutional support made available to CAPS since many of the calibration systems are multiple-use items

9. GROUND SYSTEM OPERATIONS9.2 Equipment and Facilities Maintenance

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10 0 data archive operations

Task Description

Develop and produce the CAPS data archive

Key Technical Tasks

Develop archive data file formats and contents

Design, code and test software needed to create archive volumes

Generate and deliver archive volumes on a periodic basis

Deliverables

Deliverables are indicated in the following charts

10.0 Data Archive Operations

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10 0 data archive operations 10 1 archive volume development

Task Description

Define the content and format of the CAPS archive volumes and develop the software to produce them

Key Technical Tasks

Specify the data products to be archived

Develop the software to produce the Level 1B archive products (CDF files)

Develop the software to produce the Level 2 archive products (geophysical quantities)

Deliverables

Data volume SIS

Prototype data volume

10.0 Data Archive Operations10.1 Archive Volume Development

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10 0 data archive operations 10 2 volume generation

Task Description

Produce the data archive volumes and deliver them to the PDS

Key Technical Tasks

Create files, volumes and associated labels

Coordinate science validation of the data

Deliver data volumes to the PDS

Deliverables

Pre-SOI data (7/1/05)

SOI through probe delivery (3/30/06)

Staged tour deliveries (4/3/06 and every 4 months thereafter)

10.0 Data Archive Operations10.2 Volume Generation

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Manpower Loading in FTE’s by Task and FY

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