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The Hubble Space Telescope

Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe

Daily Report #7166

Period Covered:
07:00 pm February 25, 2016 - 06:59 pm February 26, 2016
(DOY 057/0000z - 057/2359z)

Flight Operations Summary

This report was generated by the HST Automated Report System @2016-02-27 17:02:00 GMT

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


Program Principal Investigator Program Title
Science Observations Scheduled
14112 William Sparks, Space Telescope Science Institute Monitoring the ice plumes of Europa
14171 Guangtun Zhu, The Johns Hopkins University Characterizing the Circumgalactic Medium of Luminous Red Galaxies
14181 S. Megeath, University of Toledo A Snapshot WFC3 IR Survey of Spitzer/Hershel-Identified Protostars in Nearby Molecular Clouds
14199 Patrick Kelly, University of California - Berkeley Refsdal Redux: Precise Measurements of the Reappearance of the First Supernova with Multiple Resolved Images
14200 Jingzhe Ma, University of Florida Revealing the host galaxy of a strong Milky Way-type 2175 Angstrom absorber at z = 2.12
14471 Zolt Levay, Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage 2016
Calibration Observations Scheduled
14368 Matthew Bourque, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 UVIS Daily Monitor A
14374 Meredith Durbin, Space Telescope Science Institute IR Dark Monitor
14384 Susana Deustua, Space Telescope Science Institute Cycle 23 WFC3 UVIS and IR Photometry
14385 Norbert Pirzkal, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 IR Grisms: Wavelength Calibration
14392 Peter McCullough, Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 CSM monitor Earth Flats
14395 David Golimowski, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Daily Monitor (Part 1)
14412 Joanna Taylor, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Dark Monitor Part 1
14414 Joanna Taylor, Space Telescope Science Institute CCD Bias and Read Noise Monitor Part 2
14426 John Debes, Space Telescope Science Institute Pushing the Limits of BAR5