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GOES Program Review. Satellite Direct Readout Conference for the Americas Miami, Florida December 9, 2002. Gerald Dittberner Advanced Systems Planning. OUTLINE. Program Mission Program Status Launch Planning GOES-R Series. Operational Spacecraft. On-Orbit Storage. GOES MISSION.

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goes program review

GOES Program Review

Satellite Direct Readout Conference for the Americas

Miami, Florida

December 9, 2002

Gerald Dittberner

Advanced Systems Planning

outline
OUTLINE
  • Program Mission
  • Program Status
  • Launch Planning
  • GOES-R Series
goes mission

Operational Spacecraft

On-Orbit Storage

GOES MISSION
  • GOES satisfies National Weather Service (NWS) requirements for 24 hour observation of weather and Earth’s environment to support storm-scale weather forecasting by forecasters and numerical models
  • To meet requirements, GOES continuously maintains operational satellites at two locations (75 degrees West and 135 degrees West), with and on-orbit spare ready in case of failure
  • Data are provided to users routinely from the Imager every 15 minutes and
  • from the Sounder every hour throughout the day from each satellite. More rapid
  • repetition is used when needed for severe weather events.
goes on orbit status
GOES On-Orbit Status
  • GOES-8 continues to function as the GOES-East operational satellite
    • Functioning on several redundant systems
    • Depletes all fuel reserves by April 2003
    • Has exceeded operational life by 3 + years
  • GOES-9 removed from operational service in July 1998
    • Being made available to the Japanese to provide emergency coverage, if necessary
  • GOES-10 has functioned as the GOES-West operational satellite for the last 41/2 years
    • Difficult to quantify remaining mission life due to Solar Array anomaly
  • GOES -11 and GOES –12 are in on-orbit storage mode, ready to replace either GOES-East or West
    • Transition plan being developed to move GOES-12 to GOES-East
goes n series development production status
GOES-N Series Development/Production Status
  • GOES-N Series Spacecraft (Boeing Satellite Systems (BSS), Inc.)
    • Government provided instruments delivered to Spacecraft contractor and successfully integrated on GOES-N Spacecraft
    • GOES-N Spacecraft system level testing underway
    • GOES-N Series Spacecraft Support Ground System (SSGS) delivered to NOAA’s SOCC
      • Successfully completed two command/TLM/Data End-to-End testing between Spacecraft and NOAA’s SOCC
    • GOES-N Spacecraft on schedule to support January 2004 launch readiness
    • The GOES-O Bus and Payload Modules Completed
goes n series instruments status
GOES-N Series Instruments Status
  • GOES-N Series Imagers and Sounders (ITT)
    • The GOES-N (S/N08) Imager and Sounder mechanically/electrically integrated onto the GOES-N bus
    • The GOES-O (S/N09) Imager and Sounder mechanically integrated on to the GOES-O bus
    • GOES-P (S/N10) Imager and Sounder are in temporary storage at ITT.
    • Preliminary integration of S/N 11 Imager and Sounder started, leading to the ship dates of June 14, 2003 for the Imager and July 31, 2003 for the Sounder.
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GOES-N Spacecraft Instrument Testing
  • Spacecraft in the Z over west panel down configuration
  • Sounder radiant cooler door open in preparation for ITT to perform the door hinge friction test
  • Picture taken 3/26/02
goes n series instruments status continued
GOES-N Series Instruments Status(Continued)
  • NOAA GOES-N Series FM1 and FM2 Solar X-Ray Imagers (SXI)
    • The FM1 SXI delivered to BSS November 2001
      • Successfully integrated on GOES-N
    • The FM2 SXI delivered to BSS September 2002
      • Successfully integrated on GOES-O for ground testing, but may not fly on GOES-O
  • GOES-N Series Space Environment Monitor (SEM)
    • GOES-N SEM - Successfully delivered and integrated on GOES-N
    • Delivery of the GOES-O SEM - December 2002

(Lockheed Martin)

goes r series
GOES-R Series
  • GOES-R series will be designed to satisfy User’s needs in the 2012 to 2025 time frame
    • Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI)
      • Advanced Imaging
    • Hyperspectral Environmental Suite (HES)
      • Advanced Sounding and Imaging
    • SXI
      • Solar imaging
    • SEM
      • Space environment monitoring
    • Other Advanced Instruments
    • GOES Auxiliary Services
      • DCS, LRIT, EMWIN, SARSAT