New Horizons Status - NASA

New Horizons Status - NASA

Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node New Horizons Status AHearn & Kolokolova Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Mission Overview New Horizons launched 19 Jan 2006 En route to Pluto with Jovian gravity assist Closest approach to Jupiter 28 Feb 2007 Speed 21 km/s Closest approach 32 RJ (3x closer than Cassini) Pluto flyby July 2015 2006 Nov 29 Management Council

mfa - 2 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Payload ALICE - uv spectrograph RALPH - optical/IR LEISSA - Linear etalon spectrometer (IR) MVIC - multispectral visible camera REX - radio wave occultations LORRI - long-range imager SWAP - solar wind analyzer PEPSSI - energetic particle spectrometer

SDU - dust counter (student built) 2006 Nov 29 Management Council mfa - 3 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Archiving Status DMAP signed ICD - implicit in DMAP SIS Preliminary version reviewed for each instrument Final version not yet available (but preliminary versions were prettty good) Data No sample data available yet No calibration data available yet Pipeline

All data to be processed at SOC (at SwRI Boulder) Peer review of pipeline discussed several times over last year but never held 2006 Nov 29 Management Council mfa - 4 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Recent Developments Jim Green announced that there will be a JDAP for New Horizons using FY07 money SBN held discussions with New Horizons regarding typical requirements for data delivery to PDS for DAP eligibility Kolokolova and Raugh attended SOC + Science Team meeting in November

New Horizons team still neither willing to schedule a pipeline peer review nor willing to provide sample data 2006 Nov 29 Management Council mfa - 5 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Current Plan for Jovian Data Data taken and downlinked January 2007 to July 2007 April delivery of data through closest approach - both raw and calibrated (a change from plan as of two months ago) All Jovian data will be delivered in August-September, including recalibration of early data Noting the huge improvement in

their plan, we presume NASA told them they had to deliver in order to get DAP funds 2006 Nov 29 Management Council mfa - 6 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node Data - Format & Volume ALL data will be in PDS-labelled FITS format This partly a result of AHearns attendance at an early science team meeting to urge uniformity across instruments - advantages recognized instantly by science team Estimated volume at Jupiter

2006 Nov 29 ALICE - 5 Gbits, images LEISSA - 18 Gbits, cubes LORRI - 12 Gbits, images MVIC - 1 Gbit, images PEPSSI - 10 Gbit, table REX - 26 Mbits, table SWAP - 900 Mbits, table SDC - ?? Management Council mfa - 7 Planetary Data System - Small Bodies Node

PDS Roles Until now, all interaction with SOC has been by SBN Minimizes need for SOC to deal with node-tonode vagaries ATM interested because data at Jupiter are mostly atmospheric PPI interested in SWAP and PEPSSI Radio Science interested in REX Original plan was to involve other nodes at time of pipeline review - with decision not to have a review, what should be role of other nodes? Dont want SOC to have to deal with multiple nodes (cf ESA PSA position) 2006 Nov 29 Management Council mfa - 8

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