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SOCC Overview. People Principles Processes Processing. OSO Mission. Direct the operation and maintenance of NOAA and non-NOAA environmental satellites and their associated ground systems. Provide the highest quality data and timely dissemination to our domestic and global customers.

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SOCC Overview

People

Principles

Processes

Processing

slide2

OSO Mission

Direct the operation and maintenance of NOAA and non-NOAA environmental satellites and their associated ground systems. Provide the highest quality data and timely dissemination to our domestic and global customers.

3 Divisions

Satellite Operations Control Center (SOCC) – Suitland, MD

Wallops Command and Data Acquisition Station (WCDA) – Wallops Island, VA

Fairbanks Command and Data Acquisition Station (FCDA) – Fairbanks, AK

organizational makeup
Organizational Makeup
  • SOCC Civil Servants: 110FTEs
    • SOCC Admin Staff: 3 FTEs
    • Control Branch: 56 FTEs
    • Support Branch: 22 FTEs
    • Software Branch: 13 FTEs
    • Engineering Branch: 16 FTEs
  • SOCC Contractors
    • EMOSS: 27 FTEs
    • PSS: 16 FTEs
    • LINTRAX: 2 FTEs
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Office of Satellite Operations

Kathy Kelly

Director

Cheryl Johnson

Secretary

Keith Amburgey

Deputy Director

Chris Beaverson

Ast. to the Director

Linda Brown

Admin Officer

Julie Bryant

Kathy Benfield

Budget Analyst

Bruce Plott

IT Specialist

Lance Seman

Manager, Fairbanks

Ron Mahmot

SOCC Manager

Doug Crawford Manager, Wallops

Roxie Brown-Jenkins

Teela Norris

Admin. Supt. Ast.

Karen Flerlage

Prog. Supt. Spec.

Larry Ledlow

Senior Systems Engineer

Rhonda Paluba

Prog. Supt. Spec

Alisa Smith

Secretary

Steve Schaffer

Chief, Control Branch

Alva Barnette Chief, Software Branch

Cindy Hampton

Chief, Engineering Branch

Walt Schleicher Acting Chief, Support Branch

Russ Worman

IT Security Officer

Aerospace Corp. Lockheed-Martin

ASRC Aerospace Corp. Northrop-Grumman

Boeing RG II Technologies

Computer Science Corp. SMI Internaitional

Honeywell SGT Inc.

Integral Systems Inc.

Ruby Cubano

Purchasing Agent

Bonny Pagel

Prog. Supt. Spec.

Greg Grajew

Mgr, Aleut Global Solutions

Al McMath

Chief, Operations Branch

Gordon Chancey

Chief, Sys Support Branch

John Clark

Manager, SP&D

LEGEND

Government Employees

Suitland, MD

Government Employees

Wallops, VA

Vacant

Chief, Supt Services

Section

Facilities Sect.

Gregg Frostrom

Power Support Sys. Sup.

Vacant

Chief, Logistics

Section

Government Employees

Fairbanks, AK

Contractor Employees

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Operational Interactions

  • Support
  • -Build/Generate schedules
  • -Validate schedules
  • -Distribute schedules
  • -Gather scheduling requirements from
  • product users and engineering
  • -Distribute weekly events
  • -Documentation CM
  • -Comm and hardware support
  • -Safety
  • -Security
  • -Training
  • Facilities

Engineering

-Real-time operations support

-Performance assessment

-Anomaly response and analysis

-Scheduling requirements definition

-Operations requirements definition

-Procedure and script development

-Ground system engineering

-Simulator and FSW oversight

-Documentation/database CM support

-Training support

-Data archiving

Mission Operations

Software

-Maintain operational s/w systems

-Support new system development

and testing

-Integrate and test s/w updates

-Assist regression and parallel testing

-Update documentation

-Contingency support

-Software archiving

-Configuration Management

Control

-Real-time operations/monitoring

-Real-time data collection

-Oversight of all commanding

-Update/validate daily schedules

-Schedule review/execution

-Generate INR products

-Implement INR reactive Sets

-Operate backup systems

-Contingency response

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Control Branch

Steve Schaffer

Branch Chief

Joe Perez

Shift Supervisor

John Loving

Shift Supervisor

POES

Jimi Anzelc

Carol Wallace

Mike O'Dell

GOES

Stan Abney

Jim Haughey

Rodney Ward

Jeff Logan

DMSP

Mike Warren

Russ Jacobs

Toni Bellamy

Steve Zegalia

Charis Wilkinson

Lindsey Williams

Shift Supervisor

POES

Phil Johnson

Phillis Bellamy

Steve Griffith

GOES

Tom Boyd

Charlene Aperson

Brenda Wilkins

Aisha Ali

DMSP

Brenda Loblein

Rob Fleeman

Toby Hutchings

Kevin Dailey

Larry Mohler

Leon Ellison

Shift Supervisor

POES

Mike Jensen

Steve Wallace

Dennis Johnson

GOES

Don Slack

Tyrone Williams

Daniel Moore

Al Williams

Joe Royston

DMSP

Chad Koenig

Derrick Murray

James Mussmann

Arla Tillman

Kelly McNeal

Ron Rademacher

Shift Supervisor

POES

Tom Becker

Jim Ballou

Justin Couture

Seth Celvestine

GOES

Marshall Smyly

Byron Grisham

Christine Fenwick

Lou Hoff

DMSP

Andy Adkins

Ross Loblein

Todd Brooks

Dave Eddy

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Engineering Branch

Cindy Hampton

Branch Chief

Thaddeus Johnson

Aerospace Engineer

DMSP Engineering

Bob Finson

Team Lead

Brenda Cumbie

OLS/Sensors

Manuel Valenzuela

Ground Systems

Chol Chang

Spacecraft Bus /Launch

Brian Walling

ADACS

GOES Engineering

Chris Wheeler

Team Lead

Michael Downes

Ground Systems

Sam Chen

Image/Navigation

John Tsui

Spacecraft Bus /Attitude

Hyre Bysal

Instruments

POES Engineering

Renee Smith Dearring

Team Lead

Steve Grippando

Ground Systems

Dong Han

Instruments

Carl Gliniak

Spacecraft Bus

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Software Branch

Alva Barnette

Branch Chief

Polar Ground Systems

Kim McCarty

Technical Lead

Jim Ray

DMSP

Jing Han

DMSP

Viha Nguyen

DMSP/MPSS

Sudhir Vyas

POES

Mike Baker

POES/SOMS

GOES Ground Systems

Diane Robinson

Team Lead

Greg Mundy

Alex Pozniak

Manan Dalal

Networks

Gary McBrien

System Administrator

George Reedy

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Support Branch

Walt Schleicher

Acting Branch Chief

GOES Scheduling

Kevin Ludlum

Team Lead

Alita McKinley

Oliver Hirschfeld

POES Scheduling

Tom Snell

Team Lead

Keith Catalan

Carol Rogers

Robert Roblin

DMSP Scheduling

Mike Tomlinson

Team Lead

Daniel Brown

Carl Newlon

Ronald Penn

Charles Fenno

Richard James

Documentation

Craig Wade

Communications

Dennis Mailhot

Communications

Gregg Parent

Training

Ken Haywood

GOES ISSO

Mary Glaser

Polar ISSO

Hardware Support

Bill Carter

Herald Pearsall

principles
Principles
  • Routine operations are performed by using pre-approved repeatable procedures
  • Priority is given to maintaining satellite health & safety, capturing & delivering all the data, providing low risk and cost effective operations
  • Operations Focus to the Government’s Role
    • Branch Chiefs
    • Shift Supervisors & Team Leads
    • Technical Teams
    • Admin Staff
business processes
Business Processes
  • Budgeting
  • Procurement
  • Contract Management
  • Configuration Management
  • Document Management
  • Workforce Management
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Constellation Overview

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) manages a constellation of four geostationary and twelve polar orbiting meteorological spacecraft. The spacecraft supported range in age from less than 1 year to 18 years.

These satellites are distributed among three operational programs: the Geostationary Operational environmental Satellite Program (GOES), Polar Operational Environmental Satellite Program (POES) and the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP). DMSP satellites have been operated by NOAA in support of the U.S. Air Force since 1997.

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Satellite Operations

24-hour Operations for GOES and Polar Systems

  • Functions include:
    • Data Acquisition
    • Spacecraft Navigation
    • Spacecraft Commanding
    • Health and Safety Monitoring
    • Orbit Determination
    • Onboard Tape Recorder Scheduling
    • Anomaly Response/Resolution
    • Trend Monitoring
command and data acquisition cda stations
Command and Data Acquisition (CDA) Stations
  • The CDA stations are responsible for:
    • Executing spacecraft commands and schedules
    • Acquiring, maintaining and distributing a continuous flow of meteorological satellite data
    • Planning, designing and implementing system modifications

Wallops CDA Station

Fairbanks CDA Station

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Managing the Nation’s Operational Environmental Satellite Systems

Geostationary Satellites

Polar Orbiting Satellites

Fairbanks, AK CDA Station

N

N

Wallops Island, VA CDA Station

Wallops Island, VA CDA Station

Equator

Satellite Subpoint

515 - 540 Miles

Equator

S

22,300 Miles

28.80 Earth Rotation Per Orbit

S

Orbit Path

Orbit Plane Rotates Eastward 10 Per Day

goes program overview
GOES Program Overview
  • GOES satisfies national operational environmental requirements for 24-hour observation of weather and Earth’s environment
  • To meet requirements, GOES continuously maintains operational satellites at two locations (75 degrees West and 135 degrees West), with an on-orbit spare ready in case of failure

GOES Geographic Coverage

GOES-11

1350 West

GOES-12

750 West

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Warnings to U.S. Public -- Detect, track and characterize

Hurricanes

Severe or possibly tornadic storms

Flash flood producing weather systems

Imagery for weather forecasting

Sea Surface Temperature monitoring

Winds for aviation and NWS numerical models

Environmental data collection – platforms including buoys, rain gauges

Search and Rescue

Geostationary Satellites

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Sounder

Imager

Solar Sail

S-Band Transmit

Antenna

S-Band Receive

Antenna

Digital

Sun Sensor

Earth Sensor

UHF Transmit/

Receive Antenna

Dual Magnetometers

Telemetry &

Commanding

Antenna

X-Ray Sensor

Solar Array

Geostationary Operational

Environmental Satellite

GOES 10 – 12 (I – M)

Trim Tab

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Geostationary Operational

Environmental Satellite

GOES 13 – 14 (N – P)

Dual Magnetometers

Imager

Sounder

Star Trackers (3)

S-Band Antenna

S/L--Band Antennas

Solar X-Ray Imager

UHF Antenna

Solar Array

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GOES System

GOES West

GOES East

Telemetry & Commands

Raw Data

Processed Data

Data Collection System

Search & Rescue

User Terminal

NSOF Suitland, MD

Products to NWS and other users

Wallops, VA

Command & Data Acquisition Station

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SOCC RCV System

Encrypters (2)

Communication Controller (2)

GOES I-M Ground System

Processed (EMWIN, DCS, WEFAX) & Instrument (GVAR) Data

WWB

NMC

ESPC

GSS

RPM Server

NASCOM

SPS

S

W

I

T

C

H

/

R

O

U

T

E

R

2 T-1s

FTS 2000 3 T-1s

745 Mux

745 Mux

740Mux

DOMSAT 56 kbps back-up

Modem

Modem

Router

TCS 1

Periph

Wallops CDAS

OATS

2 T-1s

Router

Periph

740 Mux

740 Mux

WBU

Router

TCS 2

2 T-1s

745 Mux

745 Mux

740 Mux

TCS 3

(DEV)

DOMSAT 1.544 Mbps back-up

TCS 4

(GEAS)

Modem

Modem

Periph

W/S (40)

Fairbanks CDAS

NASA Goddard

Comm

SOCC

PC

GEASW/S

poes satellites
POES Satellites

POES Satellites provide continuous global environmental observations in support of operational requirements for:

  • Weather Forecasting and Space Environment
  • Detection of significant environmental events (e.g., fires, oil spills, volcanic eruptions)
  • Measurement of climate variables (e.g., atmospheric ozone)
  • Ocean observations (e.g., sea surface temperature)
  • Collection of data from surface platforms (e.g., buoys)
  • Search and rescue
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Solar Shield

Polar-orbiting Operational

Environmental Satellite

(POES)

SAR Receive

Antenna

IMU

AVHRR

Direction of Orbit

Batteries

ESA

HIRS

AMSU A1

Solar Array

UDA

SBUV

AMSU B

AMSU A2

LEGEND

AMSU Advanced Microwave

Sounding Unit

AVHRR Advanced Very High

Resolution Radiometer

ESA Earth Sensor Assembly

HIRS High Resolution Infrared

Radiation Sounder

IMU Inertial Measurement Unit

SAR Search and Rescue

SBUV Solar Backscatter Ultraviolet

Sounding Spectral Radiometer

UDA Ultra High Frequency Data

Collection System Antenna

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POES System

METOP (AM)

POES (PM)

Communications Satellite

Telemetry & Commands

Stored Instrument Data

Direct Broadcast Instrument Data

Data Collection System

Search & Rescue

User Terminal

Fairbanks, AK Command & Data Acquisition Station

Products to NWS and other users

NSOF

Suitland, MD

Wallops, VA

Command & Data Acquisition Station

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POES Ground System

ESPC

PDS

P

A

C

S

V

L

A

N

NISNIONET

DOMSAT Equipment

DOMSAT Equipment

TCS 1

FTS 2001 3 T-1s

Mux

Mux

TCS 2

Comm Controller

Router

Wallops CDAS

Comm Controller

TCS 3

NPAS

Router

DOMSAT Equipment

SOMS

Command Encrypters

FTS 2001 3 T-1s

Mux

Mux

TTS

PACS Dev VLAN

TCS

Dev PDS

Fairbanks CDAS

GSFC

SOCC

dmsp satellites
DMSP Satellites

DMSP Satellites provide continuous global environmental observations in support of Department of Defense authorized users.

  • Weather Forecasting and Space Environment
  • Land observations (e.g., soil moisture content, snow cover)
  • Ocean observations (e.g., sea surface temperature, wave height, and ice cover)
  • Nighttime imagery records the aurora, city lights and fires
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Defense Meteorological

Satellite Program

(DMSP)

SSM

SSIES

SSM/I

Celestial

Sensor

Direction of Orbit

Solar Array

Sun Sensor

Sun Shade

SSMT/1 & 2

Batteries

OLS

GLOB

LEGEND

GLOB Glare Obstructer

OLS Operational Linescan

System

SSIES Special Sensor Ion Electron

Scintillation

SSM Magnetometer

SSM/I Special Sensor Microwave

Imager

SSMT Special Sensor Microwave

Transponder

Earth Sensor

Assembly

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DMSP System

DMSP

DMSP

Communications Satellite

Telemetry & Commands

Stored Instrument Data

Direct Broadcast Instrument Data

Fairbanks, AK Command & Data Acquisition Station

NSOF

Suitland, MD

Air Force Satellite Control Station

User Terminal

Air Force Weather Agency

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DMSP Ground System

DEV

RA I L

D

D

C

P

PATCH

PANEL

TCS

SCU

Encrypters

AIU

A

I

K

E

N

S

W

I

T

C

H

S

C

U

S

C

U

P

A

T

C

H

P

A

N

E

L

A

I

K

E

N

S

W

I

T

C

H

D

D

C

P

E

T

H

E

R

N

E

T

S

W

I

T

C

H

TCS 1

DOMSAT Equipment

DOMSAT Equipment

Encrypters

Fairbanks CDAS

TCS 2

Fiber Optic

DOMSAT Equipment

TCS 3 (SW Dev)

SCU

AFSCN Sites

Equinox Switch

Dec Server

AFVSF

DOMSAT Equipment

Node 1 Link/2 Mux

Encrypters

WANIU

MPSS

AIU 1

NPAS

Node 3 Link/2 Mux

AIU 2

ESOC

SOCC

jason 2
Jason - 2

Ocean Surface Topography Mission (OTSM) Jason-2

  • Joint NOAA, NASA, CNES, EUMETSAT effort
  • Provides sea surface heights for determining ocean circulation, climate change and sea-level rise

Advanced Microwave Radiometer (AMR)

Global Positioning System Payload

Poseidon-3 Altimeter

Solar Array

Solar Array

Laser Retroreflector Array (LRA)

Doppler Orbitography and Radio Positioning Integrated by Satellite (DORIS)

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Jason-2 Ground System

LAN - A

J2SEQ 1

J2TCCS 1

MGMT-1 VLAN

FW 1

J2SEQ 2

J2TCCS 2

D

C

N

W

A

N

JPL

GWSx-550-A

LAN - B

GWSx-520

EUMETSAT

DMZ-A

NOAA Server 1

Wallops CDAS

GWDMZ

MGMT-2 VLAN

NOAA Server 2

GWSx-5503

USI NGEN

DMZ-B

LAN - C

GWSx-520

NOAA Server 3

J2SEQ 3

J2TCCS 3

File Manager

MGMT-3 VLAN

FW 3

NOAA Server 3

J2SEQ 3

J2TCCS 3

Fairbanks CDAS

ESPC

SOCC

LAN - D

command control system architecture characteristics
Command & Control System Architecture Characteristics
  • User Interface: Telemetry Display, command interface, real-time plotting, trend analysis, scripts
  • Front-end processing: Frame synchronization, red solomon decoding, packet processing, recording
  • Telemetry Decommutation
  • Database
  • Real-time events
  • Archive
  • Command management