Changes between Version 46 and Version 47 of TBR/UserApp/MMS_Instruments_Suite


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Dec 6, 2011, 8:31:42 PM (7 years ago)
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    6 = Instrument Suite Development for the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission =
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     8XXX Introductory Text on Mission Goes Here
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    10 = MMS Overview =
     10XXX rename figures.. untitled is bad
     11XXX use this table wiki "pattern" on all standalone figures so they can have a caption
     12{| align="center"
     13|+'''XXX caption goes here'''
     14|-
     15|[wiki:File:Untitled.png center]
     16]]
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    12 [wiki:File:Untitled.png File:Untitled.png]
     18XXX Photos from RTEMS Developers (Joel Sherrill and Chris Johns) visiting MMS thanks to Alan Cudmore:
     19
     20[http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150354400341589.352978.539166588&type=1&l=e8a719c41a Facebook photo album]
     21
     22Mission Status: Currently in Phase C/D Launch in 2014
    1323= Mission Team =
    1424
     
    2434  * Spacecraft
    2535  * Mission Operations Center
    26 
    2736 * NASA KSC
    2837  * Launch services
     38= Science Objectives =
    2939
    30 Mission Status: Currently in Phase C/D Launch in 2014
     40 * Discover the fundamental plasma physics process of reconnection in the Earth’s magnetosphere
     41 * Temporal scales of milliseconds to seconds
     42 * Spatial scales of 10s to 100s of km
     43= Mission Description =
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    32  * Science Objectives
    33   * Discover the fundamental plasma physics process of
    34 reconnection in the Earth’s magnetosphere
    35   * Temporal scales of milliseconds to seconds
    36   * Spatial scales of 10s to 100s of km
    37  * Mission Description 
    3845  * 4 identical satellites
    3946  * Formation flying in a tetrahedron with separations as close as 10 km
    4047  * 2 year operational mission
    4148[wiki:File:Untitled1.png File:Untitled1.png]
    42  * Orbit
    43   * Elliptical Earth orbits in 2 phases
    44   * Phase 1 day side of magnetic field 1.2 RE by 12 RE
    45   * Phase 2 night side of magnetic field 1.2 RE by 25 RE
    46   * Significant orbit adjust and formation maintenance
    47  * Instruments
    48   * Identical in situ instruments on each satellite measure
    49   * Electric and magnetic fields
    50   * Fast plasma with composition
    51   * Energetic particles
    52   * Hot plasma composition
    53 [wiki:File:Untitled2.png File:Untitled2.png]
    54  * Spacecraft
    55   * Spin stabilized at 3 RPM
    56   * Magnetic and electrostatic cleanliness
    57  * Launch Vehicle
    58   * 4 satellites launched together in one Atlas V
    59 = MMS-A Huge Endeavor =
    6049
     50The orbit of the satellites will be:
     51 * Elliptical Earth orbits in 2 phases
     52 * Phase 1 day side of magnetic field 1.2 RE by 12 RE
     53 * Phase 2 night side of magnetic field 1.2 RE by 25 RE
     54 * Significant orbit adjust and formation maintenance= Instruments =
     55
     56 * Identical in situ instruments on each satellite measure
     57 * Electric and magnetic fields
     58 * Fast plasma with composition
     59 * Energetic particles
     60 * Hot plasma composition
     61XXX rename figure
     62[wiki:File:Untitled2.png File:Untitled2.png]= Spacecraft =
     63
     64 * Spin stabilized at 3 RPM
     65 * Magnetic and electrostatic cleanliness
     66
     67The four satellites will be launched together in one Atlas V.
     68
     69MMS-A is a huge endeavor as shown in this photo:
    6170[wiki:File:asl.png File:asl.png]
    62 = MMS Instrument Suite Components =
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     73= Systems Engineering – Managing Requirements =
     74
     75XXX any description
     76[wiki:File:v.png File:v.png]
     77= MMS Instruments =
     78
     79XXX check outline organization.. these seem to be related to descriptions later..
     80
     81XXX do you have links to any of these?
    6482 * '''ADP''' - Axial Double Probe
    6583 * '''AFG''' - Analog Flux Gate Magnetometer (mounted on boom)
     
    8199= SMART Instrument Suite Organization =
    82100
     101XXX any description?
    83102[wiki:File:smart.png File:smart.png]
    84 = Systems Engineering – Managing Requirements =
    85 
    86 [wiki:File:v.png File:v.png]
    87 = MMS Instruments =
    88 
    89103= Instrument Description =
    90104
     
    135149
    136150The ER-2 MMS last performed in January-March 2000 during the Sage Ozone Loss Validation Experiment. The instrument is flight ready and only needs installation on to the CAMEX-4 ER-2 payload. Because the CAMEX payload utilizes a special nose for the ER-2 Doppler Radar (EDOP), the MMS temperature sensors and airflow angle system need to be installed. We have made a preliminary assessment with the ER-2 Engineering Technical Lead at Dryden Flight Research Center.
    137 = URLS =
     151= References =
    138152
    139153 * [http://www.nasa.gov/  Official site of NASA]