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The Hubble Space Telescope

Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe

Daily Report #5189

Period Covered:
05:00 am September 24, 2010 - 04:59 am September 27, 2010
(DOY 267/0900z - 270/0859z)

Flight Operations Summary

Significant Spacecraft Anomalies: (The following are preliminary reports
of potential non-nominal performance that will be investigated.)




FGS GSAcq		24		24
FGS REAcq		23		23
OBAD with Maneuver	22		22

This report is the first automated public daily report during the checkout period.

Program Principal Investigator Program Title
Science Observations Scheduled
11579 Alessandra Aloisi, Space Telescope Science Institute The Difference Between Neutral- and Ionized-Gas Metal Abundances in Local Star-Forming Galaxies with COS
11591 Jean-Paul Kneib, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille Are Low-Luminosity Galaxies Responsible for Cosmic Reionization?
11600 Benjamin Weiner, University of Arizona Star formation, extinction and metallicity at 0.7
11605 Travis Barman, Lowell Observatory Obtaining the Missing Links in the Test of Very Low Mass Evolutionary Models with HST
11619 Adam Jensen, Wesleyan University Definitive ISM Abundances through Low-mass X-ray Binaries as Lighthouses
11734 Andrew Levan, The University of Warwick The hosts of high redshift gamma-ray bursts
11735 Filippo Mannucci, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri The LSD project: dynamics, merging and stellar populations of a sample of well-studied LBGs at z~3
11787 Edmund Nelan, Space Telescope Science Institute Dynamical Masses and Radii of Four White Dwarf Stars
12015 Suvi Gezari, The Johns Hopkins University Rapid Follow-Up Observations of Tidal Disruption Events Discovered by Pan-STARRS1
12018 Andrea Prestwich, Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory Ultra-Luminous x-Ray Sources in the Most Metal-Poor Galaxies
12042 James Green, University of Colorado at Boulder COS-GTO: Pluto
12209 Adam Bolton, University of Utah A Strong Lensing Measurement of the Evolution of Mass Structure in Giant Elliptical Galaxies
12210 Adam Bolton, University of Utah SLACS for the Masses: Extending Strong Lensing to Lower Masses and Smaller Radii
12217 Philip Lucas, University of Hertfordshire Spectroscopy of faint T dwarf calibrators: understanding the substellar mass function and the coolest brown dwarfs
12248 Jason Tumlinson, Space Telescope Science Institute How Dwarf Galaxies Got That Way: Mapping Multiphase Gaseous Halos and Galactic Winds Below L*
12265 Masami Ouchi, Carnegie Institution of Washington Determining the Physical Nature of a Unique Giant Lya Emitter at z=6.595
12292 Tommaso Treu, University of California - Santa Barbara SWELLS: doubling the number of disk-dominated edge-on spiral lens galaxies
12312 Harold Weaver, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Hubble Investigation of 103P/Hartley 2 in Support of NASA's DIXI Mission
Calibration Observations Scheduled
11845 Michael Wolfe, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Dark Monitor Part 2
11847 Michael Wolfe, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Bias Monitor-Part 2
11894 Thomas Ake, Computer Sciences Corporation NUV Detector Dark Monitor
11895 Thomas Ake, Computer Sciences Corporation FUV Detector Dark Monitor
11905 Tiffany Borders, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 UVIS CCD Daily Monitor
11908 Sylvia Baggett, Space Telescope Science Institute Cycle 17: UVIS Bowtie Monitor
11929 Bryan Hilbert, Space Telescope Science Institute IR Dark Current Monitor
11996 David Golimowski, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Daily Monitor {Part 3}
11997 Cristina Oliveira, Space Telescope Science Institute FUV Internal/External Wavelength Scale Monitor
12348 Sylvia Baggett, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3/UVIS charge injection test