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The Hubble Space Telescope

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Daily Report #6066

Period Covered:
07:00 pm February 20, 2013 - 06:59 pm February 21, 2013
(DOY 052/0000z - 052/2359z)

Flight Operations Summary

This report was generated by the HST Automated Report System @2013-02-22 17:02:00 GMT

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




FGS GSAcq		8		8
FGS REAcq		7		7
OBAD with Maneuver	9		9

Initial STIS telemetry after the first MAMA exposure indicates that the STIS MAMA Image Header Time 
Stamp issue (coarse time bits shifted-see HSTAR 13596) has cleared after the MIE FSW was reloaded 
(as part of the standard recovery sequence).  Steve A  From: Swain, Scott Sent: Wednesday, February 
20, 2013 5:55 PM To: List - Ops Flash Report Subject: SCI: *FLASH* Report -- Payload Recovery from 
DOY 046 SWSP  As of 051/22:52 UTC (5:52 pm EST this evening, 20 February), with the powering of the 
MAMA-2 detector on STIS, the recovery of the HST Payload from the SWSP safemode entry on DOY 046 
(15 February) has been completed.  Now that ACS, STIS, and COS have been recovered, temperatures in 
the Aft Shroud are returning to normal and the modified limits put in place after the SWSP entry 
may be restored.  All three instruments have all been successfully transitioned from Safe to their 
respective Operate states and are in varying  stages of recovering detectors and returning to 
normal science operations.  A timeline of the return to science activities was provided in the 
SH051X00 Delivery Letter, and is reproduced below for reference.  Items denoted with an "X" have 
been completed:       X     ACS  WFC  ~051/05:41 (internal)       X     ACS  WFC  ~051/12:40 
(external)       X     STIS CCD  ~051/10:37 (internal)       _     STIS CCD  ~051/23:02 (external 
ACQ)       _     STIS MA2  ~051/23:10 (internal)       _     STIS MA2  ~051/23:13 (external)       
_     STIS MA1  ~052/22:49 (external, Jupiter)       _     COS  FUV  ~052/00:00 (internal)       _  
   COS  FUV  ~052/02:18 (external)       _     COS  NUV  ~052/02:08 (external ACQ)       X     WFC3 
UVIS ~051/04:00 (internal)       X     WFC3 UVIS ~051/06:38 (external)       X     WFC3 IR   
~051/09:05 (external)  Many thanks to all those who contributed to the success of this recovery 
effort.  The SI SEs will also be monitoring the first STIS MAMA observations later this evening to 
assess the status of the MIE after its SWSP-induced reset.  If there are any questions or issues 
regarding this matter, please don't hesitate to contact me.  Thanks... Scott  
__________________________________________  Scott Swain HST Scientific Instruments Systems 
Engineering Lockheed Martin Mission Services  e-mail:  
sswain@hst.nasa.gov GSFC B3/S166 Office :   (301) 286-6166 
Cell:  (240) 461-5181 Messaging:  2404615181@mms.att.net   

Program Principal Investigator Program Title
Science Observations Scheduled
12472 Claus Leitherer, Space Telescope Science Institute CCC - The Cosmic Carbon Conundrum
12486 David Bowen, Princeton University QSO Absorption Line Systems from Dwarf Galaxies
12503 Oleg Gnedin, University of Michigan The True Origin of Hypervelocity Stars
12557 Kayhan Gultekin, University of Michigan Low-Mass Black Holes and CIV in Low-Luminosity AGN
12572 Michele Trenti, University of Cambridge The Brightest of Reionizing Galaxies Pure Parallel Survey
12726 Jane Rigby, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Dissecting star formation and extinction in the brightest lensed galaxy
12880 Adam Riess, The Johns Hopkins University The Hubble Constant: Completing HST's Legacy with WFC3
12883 Denis Grodent, Universite de Liege Unraveling electron acceleration mechanisms in Ganymede's space environment through N-S conjugate imagery of Jupiter's aurora
12970 Michael Cushing, University of Toledo Completing the Census of Ultracool Brown Dwarfs in the Solar Neighborhood using HST/WFC3
13029 Alex Filippenko, University of California - Berkeley A Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae
Calibration Observations Scheduled
13068 Peter McCullough, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 Blob Monitor Using Dark-Earth IR Flats
13074 John Biretta, Space Telescope Science Institute UVIS CCD Daily Monitor B
13085 Sylvia Baggett, Space Telescope Science Institute Line10 Charge Injection Biases
13121 Justin Ely, Space Telescope Science Institute FUV Detector Dark Monitor
13126 Justin Ely, Space Telescope Science Institute NUV Detector Dark Monitor
13131 Svea Hernandez, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Dark Monitor Part 1
13133 Svea Hernandez, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Bias and Read Noise Monitor Part 1
13134 Svea Hernandez, Space Telescope Science Institute STIS CCD Hot Pixel Annealing
13135 Elena Mason, Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA CCD Spectroscopic Flats