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THEMIS T IME H ISTORY OF E VENTS AND M ACROSCALE I NTERACTIONS DURING S UBSTORMS RESOLVING THE MYSTERY OF WHERE, WHEN AND HOW AURORAL ERUPTIONS START THEMIS MCDR June 14-18, 2004 University of California, Berkeley. SPACE SCIENCES LABORATORY Background

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THEMIS

TIME HISTORY OF EVENTS AND MACROSCALE INTERACTIONS DURING SUBSTORMS

RESOLVING THE MYSTERY OF WHERE, WHEN AND HOW AURORAL ERUPTIONS START

THEMIS MCDR

June 14-18, 2004

University of California, Berkeley

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SPACE SCIENCES LABORATORY

  • Background
  • Initiated in 1958 by Drs. Teller and Seaborg
  • Multidisciplinary organization
  • Connecting campus research to space efforts
  • Facility opened in 1966
  • New facilities added in 1998
  • Research Efforts Involving
  • Balloons
  • Sounding rockets
  • Satellite instruments & science complements
  • Complete satellites
  • Mission & Science Operations
  • Ground Station Operations
  • Agencies Involved
  • NASA, NSF, NSBF, USAF, DOE
  • ESA, ISAS, IKI, PSI, etc.
  • $35M/yr (85% NASA, 15% NSF, 5% misc.)
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Operations Components

  • Mission Operations Center
  • Science Operations Center
  • 11-meter S-Band Antenna with X-band upgrade capability
  • High Speed Communications to NASA Ground Network
  • Network Security
  • Autonomous Operations
    • Pass Supports
    • Tracking and Data Acquisition
    • Spacecraft Command and Control
    • Emergency Response System
    • Self Checking Network Security
  • Presently tracking: IMAGE, RHESSI, FAST, CHIPSat
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EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER

  • Project Management
  • Science Package
    • Telescopes
    • Electronics
  • Mission Operations
  • Science Operations
  • Launched on 7 June 1992
  • Mission Successfully Concluded 1Q2001
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Facilities

  • 55000 sq. ft. Office and Laboratory Space
  • Employing 420 Scientists, Engineers, Staff
  • On-Site Machine Shop
  • Clean Room Facilities to Class 100
  • Thermal Vacuum Facilities up to 3m diameter
  • Spacecraft Integration Facility
  • 4-story High Bay
  • Radiation Sources Laboratory
  • Mission Operations Centers
  • Science Operations Centers
  • 11 Meter S-Band Satellite Antenna
  • Secure High Speed Communications to NASA
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FAST AURORAL SNAPSHOT

  • Science Package
    • Electric Field Instruments
    • Particle Instruments
    • Electronics
  • Mission Operations
  • Science Operations
  • Launched on 21 Aug 1996
  • Mission Continuing through 2003
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RAMATY HIGH ENERGY SOLARSPECTROSCOPIC IMAGER

  • Project Management
  • Spacecraft Bus
  • Science Package
    • Imager
    • Spectrometer
    • Electronics
  • Mission Operations
  • Science Operations
  • Ground Data Systems
  • Launched February 5, 2002
  • Mission Operations Planned for 2 years
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Successful Launch of EO-1

First major contracts with LaRC

DeliveredISS Radiator

Engineer

Designer / Other Professionals

Delivered FUSE OTA

Support / Clerical

Technician

Awarded SMEX-Lite Commercialization

First major STS Payload Contract

First direct contract with JPL

Delivered first Flight HW

Doing Business As

Acquired Thermal and Structural Products Divisions

Labor Mix

4%

14%

61%

21%

NRL Instrument Development(LASCO / SSULI)

First direct contracts with GSFC & NRL

SAI

Founded

1978

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2001

THEMIS is an Essential Component to Swales Corporate Growth

  • THEMIS is Central to Swales Strategic Plan
  • Swales has committed significant internal resources over the last 4 years to mature the THEMIS Mission design thereby enhancing the science return
  • Swales has the Human & Financial strengthto drive THEMIS to a success
  • THEMIS Management has high visibility with weekly direct- reporting to CEO/COO
  • We love doing this type of work!
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Venue Description

LAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCELawrence Hall of Science is on

Centennial Drive in the Berkeley

hills east of the main UC Berkeley

campus. It is just above the UC

Botanical Gardens; and just

below the Space Sciences Lab.

Phone: 510-642-5132

LHS

ParkingVisitor parking rates are:50¢ for 1/2 hour$2 for 2 hours$3 for 4 hours$5 for all day. The machines accept $1and $5 bills, and change.

SSL

(splinters &

after 5:30pm)

LHS

(Main venue

8:00am-5:30pm)

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SSL Splinter Rooms

Splinter 1 Room

  • 3 Splinter rooms at Space Sciences Lab
  • Room selection based upon size of group
  • Other issues, see:Vassilis Angelopoulos orPeter Harvey

Silver Addition

Splinter 2 room

Samuel Silver Space Sciences Laboratory

Splinter 3 room

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THEMIS Status

  • Selected for Phase A: April 17, 2002
  • Selected for Phase B: March 20, 2003
  • PDR – peer: Oct 8/9/15/16, 2003, Mission PDR: Nov 13-14, 2003
  • Confirmation Readiness Review – [Original: Dec’03] GSFC, Feb 4, 2004
  • Confirmation Review – [Orig. Dec’03] Attempt: HQ, Mar 4, 2004 (Aborted)
  • Confirmation: April 22, 2004
    • GSFC direction to further reduce I&T schedule risk
      • Developed better I&T flow, validated by GSFC Engineering
      • Developed 2 month slack in I&T flow, pushing launch to 10/2006 (slot=10/19/2006)
      • Added P1 end magnetics EMC/EMI verification and calibration test
      • Added pressurant tank: increased mission deltaV to help:
        • mass posture (refocus bus on instrument hosting);
        • bus development schedule;
        • a compressed ascend and commissioning scenario
      • Lost dawn sector conjunctions; but kept ascend schedule contingency
    • Design work kept-on (Instr. and BAU ETU production & testing)
    • Test plans being detailed; test GSE/software/adl.TV tanks being built
    • Instrument ETU vibration and electrical tests have mostly occurred
    • T/V tests ongoing; ETU I&T= July 2004.
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THEMIS CDR peer reviews

  • FGM/SCM (Berlin/Paris): Apr 6/8, 2004
  • ESA/SST/EFI/IDPU (UCB): Apr 19/20, 2004
  • GBO (U of Calgary): Apr 26/27, 2004
  • Bus Systems (SAI): Apr 28am, 2004
  • Bus Thermal (SAI): Apr 28pm, 2004
  • Bus Electrical & C&DH (SAI): Apr 29am, 2004
  • FSW (SAI): Apr 29pm, 2004
  • Bus Mechanical (SAI): May 3, 2004
  • Separation System (SAI): May 4, 2004
  • Probe power (SAI): May 5, 2004
  • Probe communications (SAI): May 6, 2004
  • I&T Plan and EGSE (SAI): May 7, 2004
  • RCS (Aerojet, Redmond, WA): May 10, 2004
  • Probe GN&C and ACS (SAI): May 12, 2004
  • Flight Dynamics and Mission Operations (SAI): Jun 1/ 2, 2004
  • Program schedule (GSFC): Jun 10, 2004
  • Consolidated Bus and Mission CDR (Efficiency, Reduces Overlap and Travel)
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THEMIS MCDR main goals

  • Ensure design (still) meets mission requirements including changes since PDR
  • Ensure design meets safety requirements
  • Ensure main PDR issues have been addressed satisfactorily
  • Demonstrate design is ready for production
  • Process to be an asset to the UCB Program Manager (a fresh technical look) and to GSFC Mission Manager (compliance to processes and requirements)
  • Request to review board:
    • Be sparing in your RFAs
    • Identify criticality and distinguish from recommendations
    • Identify need dates and work them with PM to ensure workable schedule
    • Resolve issues to your satisfaction if possible rather than writing it up:
      • Discussion (here and now) and/or
      • Arranging splinters (breaks or SSL rooms)
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Opening Remarks

Review Board

Mark Goans GSFC/Systems Review Office/Co-chair

Brian Keegan Honeywell/Co-chair

Joe Bolek GSFC/Systems Engineering

Lou Fantano GSFC/Thermal Systems

Scott Glubke GSFC/Propulsion Systems

Rick Schnurr GSFC/Electrical Systems

Jason Hair GSFC/Mechanical systems

Terry Ford Independent/Guidance, Navigation and Control

J. B. Joyce Independent/Mission Operations

Ronnie Killough Southwest Research Institute/Software

Frank Martin Martin Consulting, Inc./Science

William Taylor Independent/Project Management

Kevin Morgan IV&V

Dr. Larry Cooper NASA HQ EPO

Ben Burress Solar B E/PO Lead

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Agenda June 14, 2004

Main Conference Room

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Agenda June 15, 2004

Main Conference Room

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Agenda June 16, 2004

Main Conference Room

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Agenda June 17, 2004

Main Conference Room

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Agenda June 18, 2004

Main Conference Room

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