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WUPPE Operations Requirements/Procedures Manual

ASTRO-1 POCC WUPPE IN ORBIT ASTRO-2 POCC

Volume 1
Volume 2

(web version by Marilyn Meade)

WUPPE Operations Requirements/Procedures Manual Volume 1

1989/90 Revision, edited by Regina E. Schulte-Ladbeck (04/10/90)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. System Description

2.1 Optics/ Structure
2.1.1 Telescope
2.1.2 Mirror-Offset Mechanism
2.1.3 Image-Motion Compensation
2.1.4 Spectrometer
2.1.5 Zero-Order Image
2.1.6 Aperture/ Filter Wheels
2.1.6.1 Apertures
2.1.6.2 Polarimetric Analyzers
2.1.7 Zero-Order Detector
2.1.8 Spectrometer Detector
2.1.9 Test Lamp
2.2 Mechanical/ Thermal
2.2.1 Material Selection
2.2.2 Design Requirements
2.2.3 Instrument-Shuttle Structural Interfaces
2.2.4 Description of WUPPE Structures
2.2.4.1 Detector
2.2.4.2 ZOD
2.2.4.3 Spectrometer
2.2.4.4 Apertures and Filters
2.2.4.5 Primary Bulkhead (and WUPPE Coordinates)
2.2.4.6 Hardpoint and Handling Ring
2.2.4.7 Articulating Drive Ring
2.2.4.8 Aperture Door
2.2.4.9 Sunshade
2.2.5 Thermal Control
2.2.6 Thermo-Electric Cooler
2.3 Electronics
2.3.1 Low-Voltage Power Supplies
2.3.2 High-Voltage Power Supplies
2.3.3 DEP
2.3.4 Sensors
2.4 Flight Software
2.4.1 Background
2.4.2 Command Foreground
2.4.3 Detector Control
2.4.3.1 CCD/ZOD Readouts
2.4.3.2 Reticon/SPD Readout
2.4.4 One-Hz GML and Telemetry
2.5 Ground-Support Equipment
2.5.1 Electronic Ground Support Equipment/ Procedures
2.5.1.1 Logging on to the EGSE
2.5.1.2 Configuring the "old" EGSE (OGSE)
2.5.1.3 Booting up and shutting down the OGSE
2.5.1.4 How to capture a downlink field
2.5.1.5 Configuring the "new" EGSE (NGSE)
2.5.1.6 Booting up and shutting down the NGSE
2.5.1.7 Recognizing the HRM data stream
2.5.1.8 HITS terminals
2.5.1.9 Communications

3. Operations Displays

3.1 WAC Display: WUPPE Activation
3.2 WCO Display: WUPPE Checkout
3.2.1 Special Procedure SPEC (SP)
3.2.2 Special Procedure ZOD/ CCTV (ZO)
3.2.3 Special Procedure APER/ FIL (AF)
3.2.4 Special Procedure SEC MTR (SM)
3.2.5 Special Procedure IMC (IM)
3.2.6 Special Procedure MEM (MY)
3.2.7 Special Procedure PARAM (PA)
3.3 WOB: WUPPE Observation
3.4 WED: WUPPE Sequence Edit
3.5 WNG: WUPPE Engineering
3.6 JAC: Joint Acquisition and JOB: Joint Observation
3.7 CCTV Displays and Audio

ACRONYM LIST

WUPPE Operations Manual Volume II - Flight Operations Handbook

December 1994 Revision, edited by Karen Bjorkman and Dick Edgar

WUPPE Flight Operations Handbook

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. WUPPE Nominal Functional Objective (FO) Procedures

2.1 FO-1 - Activation to Survival
2.2 FO-2A - DEP Activation/Reactivation
2.3 FO-2B - DEP SAA Monitoring
2.4 FO-3A - Detector Activation/Verification
2.5 FO-3B - Detector SAA Monitoring
2.6 FO-4 - Focus & Alignment (WUPPE only operation)
2.7 FO-5 - Observation (WUPPE only operation)
2.8 FO-6 - Deactivation to Survival
2.9 FO-7 - Preparation for Deorbit

3. WUPPE Alternate Procedures (AP)

3.1 AP-01 - Edit Sequence
3.2 AP-02 - Adjust ZOD Magnitude
3.3 AP-03 - Adjust SPEC Magnitude
3.4 AP-04 - Check/Adjust Aperture Position
3.5 AP-05 - Target Not Found in Field
3.6 AP-06 - Manual Locate
3.7 AP-07 - Target Not Acquired in Zoom Locate
3.8 AP-08 - Manual Guide Setup
3.9 AP-09 - Adjust Observation Parameters
3.10 AP-10 - Reprograms PROMs
3.11 AP-11 - Backup Door Operation
3.12 AP-12 - Spectrometer Focus Verification
3.13 AP-13 - Update/Change Special Parameters

4. WUPPE Malfunction Procedures (MP)

4.1 MP-01 - Temperatures Out of Limits
4.2 MP-02A - Door Latch Failure (Fails to Unlock)
4.3 MP-02B - Door Latch Failure (Fails to Lock)
4.4 MP-03 - Heater Volts, Amps Out of Limits
4.5 MP-04 - DEP Error/Crash
4.6 MP-05 - Door Mechanism Failure
4.7 MP-06 - CCTV Display Failure
4.8 MP-07 - Reticon Failure
4.9 MP-08 - Spectrometer High Voltage Anomaly
4.10 MP-09 - TEC Cooling Failure
4.11 MP-10 - CCD Display Failure
4.12 MP-11 - TV High Voltage Anomaly
4.13 MP-12 - Aperture/Filter Mechanism Failure
4.14 MP-13 - Secondary Mirror Mechanism Failure
4.15 MP-14 - IMC HVPS Anomaly
4.16 MP-15 - Target Centering Failure
4.17 MP-16 - IMC Initialization Failure
4.18 MP-17 - IMCE Interface Failure
4.19 MP-18 - Noisy/No IMC Motion
4.20 MP-19 - Guide Initialization Error
4.21 MP-20A - Bright Object Detected During Observation (Sun)
4.22 MP-20B - Bright Object Detected During Observation (Earth)
4.23 MP-21 - Main Electrical Volts/Amps Out of Limits
4.24 MP-22 - LVPS Output Volts Out of Limits
4.25 MP-23 - HVPS Input Volts Out of Limits
4.26 MP-24 - Aperture/Filter Motor Overtemp

5. WUPPE Degraded Modes (DM)

5.1 DM-01 - Loss of DEP
5.2 DM-02 - Loss of thermal control
5.3 DM-03 - Failure of latch sensor
5.4 DM-04 - Failure of latch mechanism
5.5 DM-05 - Failure of door sensor
5.6 DM-06 - Failure of door mechanism
5.7 DM-07 - CCTV Failure
5.8 DM-08 - Reticon Failure
5.9 DM-09 - Loss of spectrometer gain
5.10 DM-10 - Failure of spectrometer detector
5.11 DM-11 - Failure of TEC sensor
5.12 DM-12 - Failure of TEC
5.13 DM-13 - Failure of CCD amplifier
5.14 DM-14 - ZOD Failure
5.15 DM-15 - Loss Of ZOD Gain
5.16 DM-16 - Failure of aperture/filter mechanism
5.17 DM-17 - Failure of aperture/filter sensor
5.18 DM-18 - Failure of secondary mirror mechanism
5.19 DM-19 - Failure of secondary mirror sensor
5.20 DM-20 - Failure of image motion compensation system