Tohban Report 2010-10-27
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|Start Date:||20 Oct 2010|
|End Date:||27 Oct 2010|
|Next Tohban:||Claire Raftery|
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This week's solar activity was made up of fewer large flares but a large number of small, B-class flares. Five active regions remain on the Sun although most of them will rotate off the disk in the next day. STEREO B shows little activity, so the Sun is expected to stay quiet for the next several days. However, the tohban did have a dream that there was an X-class flare, so maybe this was a premonition. :)
How many GOES flares occurred? Flares above B, C, M, X class were 50 4 0 0 And how many of these are listed in the RHESSI flare list? Flares above B, C, M, X class were 22 2 0 0 And how many had EXCELLENT coverage? Flares above B, C, M, X class were 13 2 0 0
The SSR is reaching 5% at the end of each pass, with a maximum of 40%.
We are experiencing trouble with the PDP at the Berkeley ground station. Ops is working on a replacement. As a result, a backup PDP is being used. This resulted in several large data gaps which will need to be reprocessed. This data is not lost, but has not yet been processed.
A spin up was performed on Monday to a nominal 15 rpm. There were no HV changes. Cold plate 2 is at 98.5 K.