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1 STScI HST Servicing Mission 4 Delta Readiness Review April 21, 2009 Space Telescope Science Institute John N. Bahcall Auditorium

2 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review2 Agenda (1) 1.Introduction and SummaryHelmut Jenkner30’ a)Agenda b)Purpose and Scope c)Proposal Processing d)Long Range Plan e)Data Management Systems f)Freeze Plan g)Data Release Policy h)NICMOS Readiness i)Operational Readiness j)SM4 Support k)SMOV Management and Reporting l)OPO Readiness

3 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review3 Agenda (2) 2.SMOV ProgramCarl Biagetti20’ 3.Planning and SchedulingMerle Reinhart15’ 4.CommandingAlan Welty10’ 5.Calibration PipelineWarren Hack10’ 6.WFC3 ReadinessJohn MacKenty20’ 7.COS and STIS ReadinessAlessandra Aloisi25’ 8.ACS ReadinessLinda Smith15’ 9.FGS and OTA ReadinessEd Nelan / Matt Lallo10’ 10.ERO ReadinessKeith Noll10’ 11.InfrastructureDoris McClure10’ 12.DRR Action Item ReviewKen Sembach10’

4 Introduction and Summary Helmut Jenkner

5 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review5 Purpose and Scope Purpose: Demonstrate STScI Readiness for SM4. Scope: This is a Delta Readiness Review:  Builds on SM4 Readiness Review held on September 9 and 10, 2008:  Presentations available at  All action items from that review have been closed (see list in backup charts).  Concentrates on updates, changes and new items, including new work done.  Areas with only small changes are summarized in this initial presentation.

6 Proposal Processing Denise Taylor

7 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review7 SMOV Proposals 150 proposals (not including ERO and withdrawn props)  35 COS props (164 ext. orb., 111 int. orb.) - All ready.  31 ACS props (38 ext. orb., 493 int. orb.) – All ready  42 WFC3 props (163 ext. orb., 370 int. orb.) - All ready  25 STIS props (21 ext. orb., 174 int. orb.) - All ready  12 NIC props (34 ext. orb., 136 int. orb.) - All ready  3 PCS props (41 ext. orb.) - All ready  2 FGS props (22 ext. orb.) - All ready

8 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review8 ERO Proposals 8 ERO proposals to be executed after SM4 for 89 orbits (ERO proposal executed 3 orbits on Eta Carina in September 2008 with WFPC2.) All ERO proposals are ready for flight:  Three WFC3 ERO  One STIS ERO  One ACS ERO  Three COS ERO

9 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review9 Cycle 17 Proposal Pool (1) 197 GO proposals including those from HST Cycle 17 TAC, Chandra TAC, and previous HST TACs, for 3627 orbits. 16 SNAP proposals, for 1417 orbits. 24 GTO/COS proposals for 291 orbits. 3 GTO/ACS proposals for 24 orbits. 2 ERS proposals for 214 orbits. 3 GO/PAR proposals for 410 orbits. 103 Calibration proposals for 1088 external orbits, 7069 internal orbits.

10 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review10 Cycle 17 Proposal Pool (2) Program Coordinators (PCs) are processing observations in the pool: ~ 7000 external and ~7000 internal orbits. Eight calibration proposals still to be submitted. Instrument teams have been reviewing these observations and will have most done before SM4. Remaining will be done according to Long Range Plan schedule. Final processing steps will wait until after SM4, when the ground system is reconfigured for 3 gyro mode. Time-critical Cycle 17 GO observations have been executing in 2-gyro mode since October 2008 (96 orbits so far). After SM4, all remaining Cycle 15, 16 proposals will be re-worked for 3- gyro mode. Remaining NICMOS observations are being switched to another existing or future instrument, when possible to reach scientific goals without NICMOS.

11 Cycle 17 Long Range Plan David Adler

12 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review12 Cycle 17 Long Range Plan Cycle 17 Long Range Plan has been rebuilt. Distribution is mostly smooth, with some minor resource conflicts being worked: SM4, SMOV (not in plan) End of SMOV: Aug 17, 2009 End of Cycle 17 Aug 31, 2010 Cycle 17 “tail” orbits/day 11 0

13 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review13 Cycle 17 Plan: Numbers SMOV, EROs (not included in Cycle 17): ~500 orbits. Cycle 17 Statistics: 380 days in length (8/17/09 - end of SMOV - to 8/31/10). Cycle 17 GO, GTO, cals, etc: ~4550 orbits (100 NIC). Cycle 15/16 carryover: ~600 orbits (500 NIC). Total C15/16/17: ~5150 orbits. Planned Cycle 17 “tail:” ~650 orbits. Expected subscription: 4500 orbits/380 days = 11.8 orb/day ~ 82.6 orbits/week. Slightly above the anticipated rate of 80 orbits/week.  Some science may come forward into SMOV if space allows.  Some orbits may be dropped if NIC restart is unsuccessful. LRPG is ready for SMOV and Cycle 17.

14 Data Management Systems Al Holm, Lisa Gardner

15 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review15 SM4-Related Deliveries Since September 2008 DMS was delivered on October 7, 2008  13 PRs for COS, 4 PRs for ACS, 1 PR for Fastrak DMS was delivered on November 13, 2008  2 PRs for COS and 1 PR for ACS DMS was delivered on March 9, 2009  18 PRs for COS, 3 PRs for ACS, and 1 PR for WFC3 DMS was delivered on April 14, 2009  16 PRs for COS, 2 PRs for WFC3, 1 PR for both COS and WFC3, and 1 PR for STIS STSDAS deliveries were delivered with each of these builds and included a total of 55 PRs for COS, 25 PRs for WFC3, and 2 PRs for ACS

16 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review16 Outstanding SM4-Critical PRs The following Problem Reports are planned to be quick-fixed before SMOV  OPUS "COS images with subarrays are not being populated correctly”  STSDAS "CALACS crashes with floating-point CCDGAIN in _raw files” Both PRs have been tested and are ready to go

17 Freeze Plans HSTMO

18 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review18 SM4 Freeze Plans HSTP Level Freeze  Started on April 13.  Extends into SMOV (~few weeks) at discretion of HST Operations Project Manager.  Requires HSTP approval for installations while freeze is in effect. HSTMO Level Freeze  Started on April 13.  Extends into SMOV (~few weeks) at discretion of HSTMO.  Requires HSTMO approval for installations while freeze is in effect.  Generally will be discussed and approved at SMOV meetings, or via . Some systems will not be affected  Must protect systems essential for SM4 and SMOV4…  But allow other work to proceed efficiently.

19 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review19 HSTP Level Freeze Software covered:  SPSS  Commanding  SRT  GSSS, POPS, POMS, etc.  PASS  PRD Hardware covered:  PASS servers  SPSS servers  Network switches and routers

20 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review20 HSTMO Level Freeze Software covered:  APT and TRANS (HST operational versions)  Assist  SPIKE elements used in APT  OPUS, including operational pipeline versions of:  CALxxx  MultiDrizzle  CDBS  OMS  DADS  STSDAS  Infrastructure and operating systems for above systems Hardware covered:  “SOGS” network  DMS hardware (Sunfire 15K, EMC, safestore devices, etc.)

21 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review21 Other HST Systems Unaffected by freezes:  HLA  GMS  ETCs  SPIKE  PROMPT

22 Data Release Policy HSTMO, Science Policies Group

23 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review23 Data Release Policy Implementation (1) OPB has set initial proprietary period to one year for proposals using either new SIs or serviced modes.  ERO and ERS data will remain proprietary until their press release.  SMOV and calibration data for COS, WFC3, and the serviced modes will remain proprietary until ERO press release.

24 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review24 Data Release Policy Implementation (2) Manual process for shortening release dates will continue  based on proposal ID, not visit or SI mode GO data taken with new SIs and with serviced modes will be embargoed  authorization to access data from proposal will be withheld until the PI agrees not to discuss or present the data publicly until after ERO press releases

25 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review25 Embargo Agreement Text (as revised per STScI RR AI04) Because NASA has not yet made the first Early Release Observations (EROs) public for the new and serviced instruments, the STScI requires that you agree to abide by the restrictions below before we can make your data accessible to you for retrieval. Once we receive an reply with your acceptance of these restrictions, we will allow you access to your Cycle 17 data. All Guest Observers requesting access to their Cycle 17 data from new and serviced instruments before the NASA ERO press release date must agree to refuse any public discussion or display of these data and/or any scientific results derived from them until after the official NASA ERO press conference. Public discussions include seminars, colloquia, press conferences, lectures, conference posters, website postings, mass media interviews, and journal publications. Do you agree to these terms? Before you distribute these data further to co-investigators or other collaborators working with you on these data, they must agree to these terms also. Matt Mountain Director, Space Telescope Science Institute

26 NICMOS Readiness Tommy Wiklind, Anton Koekemoer

27 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review27 NICMOS SMOV4 Readiness NCS re-start attempt during the first week of SMOV:  Detailed re-start procedure is being defined.  Nominal cool-down time is estimated to be four weeks (previously two weeks).  The NICMOS SMOV4 program remains the same as of September  Coronagraphic programs placed at the end of the SMOV period.  Photometric and grism calibrations will be done as part of a Special Cycle 17 Calibration program. If this NCS re-start attempt is unsuccessful, stand down from all NICMOS activities during SMOV.

28 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review28 NICMOS SMOV4 Proposals Team & Assignments

29 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review29 Week 1  NCS re-start * Week  NCS cooling * Week 5 (4 external orbits)  NICMOS SAFE to OPER *  DC Transfer Test *  Filter Wheel Test *  Focus/Tilt I Check * Week 6 (4 external orbits)  Focus/Tilt II (FSW updates if necessary) *  FOM Functional (possibly FSW updates) *  Start of Darks/Read Noise  Start of Thermal background characterization Week 8 (10 external orbits)  Aperture Locations (for SIAF update) *  Optical Plate Scale (FSW update if necessary)  NICMOS ERS enabled Week (21 external orbits)  (Coronagraphic Verification/Characterization)  NICMOS Coronagraphic enabled  Geometric stability NICMOS SMOV4 Calibration Timeline *) Time critical activities

30 DMS Operational Readiness Al Holm

31 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review31 Successful Test Activity Processed science data received from PACOR via the backup CD-R method. Tested destination directories for all fast track data. Supported data processing and delivery for the ACS-R Optimization Campaign Dry Run. Supported data processing and delivery for the SI C&DH SMGT. Supported data processing and delivery for SR4.2a. Conducted acceptance tests of DMS , , , and , and supported their installation.

32 SM4 Support Chris Long et al.

33 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review33 Observatory Support TeamProject/JSCProject/GSFCSTOCCSTScIOrbitMountainJenkner C. Long Blades PlanningHauserSembachWheelerBiagetti WFC3COSSTISACSGSFCSTScIGSFCSTScIGSFCSTScIGSFCSTScI OrbitHartigPetroLennonSahnow J. Green PentonMcPhateKaiserOliveiraWoodgate L. Smith LucasCoxPlataisGonzaga AnalysisMacKentyBushouseBaggettHilbertKeyesFriedmanOstermanAkeYorkBelandFroningGoudfrooijProffittGullLinderLennonWolfeGolimowskiMutchlerLimMaybhateChiabergeDesjardins FGSNICMOSCommanding Lallo/ Nelan Koekemoer / Wiklind Welty / Dashevsky STScIGSFCJSCIDTSTScIGSFCJSCIDT

34 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review34 SM4 Science Schedule

35 SMOV Management and Reporting Carl Biagetti, HSTMO

36 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review36 SMOV-Related Meetings SMOV Status and Planning Meeting (“Morning Meeting”):  Daily (7 days/week) for first ~4 weeks, 3 days/week thereafter; 8:30 a.m.  STScI Board Room, audio (video?) tie-in with GSFC.  Lead: Biagetti; backup: Burley. SMOV Weekly Management Meeting:  Time/venue TBD.  HSTP Management, HSTMO, Biagetti, Burley. HST Mission Status Reviews (MSRs):  3rd Tuesday of each month.  Topics as required. SMOV Telescope Time Review Board (TTRB):  Reviews changes to SMOV proposals and timeline.  Biagetti, Burley, Niedner, Sembach, D. C. Taylor. SMOV Closure Review (~November 2009):  Formal team reports.  Trace-back to SMOV requirements.

37 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review37 SMOV-Related Reporting Minutes from SMOV Status and Planning Meetings (Biagetti, Burley). HST Weekly Reports:  Highlights only; links to Minutes. SMOV Closure Report:  Following SMOV Closure Review.

38 OPO Readiness Stratis Kakadelis, Mario Livio

39 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review39 OPO SM4 Readiness All OPO SM4 products/services are ready for launch News: newsroom support at KSC & JSC – daily video updates Education: specialized content for students & educators on Amazing Space – special SM4-themed museum shows distributed through ViewSpace network Online: partnership with NASA web portal for content & videos complete – SM4 portal page on HubbleSite Origins: SM4 info feed to International Year of Astronomy websites and amateur groups

40 Backup Charts

41 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review41 Action Items from September Readiness Review - Day 1 (1) A01: SMOV TTRB membership needs to be defined (Biagetti) A02: Provide recommendation for whether or not a SMOV replanning exercise is necessary (Biagetti, in consult with Burley and HSTMO) A03: Provide information about SNAP program to K. Kalinowski (Sembach) A04: Revise wording for Data Release Policy to include collaborators and Co-Is requesting access (Holm) A05: Provide recommendation for whether or not a Fastrack test using existing dataset (e.g., NICMOS or ACS O-scope mode) is needed (Holm) A06: Secure shipping/receiving entrance so visitors must use front entrance) (Schnader / Director’s Office)

42 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review42 Action Items from September Readiness Review - Day 1 (2) A07: Assess options for identifying persons entering building with attention to what must be implemented both for permanent staff and for short/long-term visitors during SM4 and SMOV (Schnader / Director’s Office) A08:Notify HSTMO when ACS Oscilloscope Mode data flow has been fully tested, including OPUS and Fastrack paths (Sirianni) A09:Provide HSTMO with WFC3 soft-safing description (MacKenty / Welty) A10: Provide Burley with summary chart of SM4 readiness dates for instruments / data systems / commanding / P&S / etc... (Sembach) A11: Provide Directorate with weekly description of SM4 preparedness and critical path items / dates (Doxsey) A12: Check with instrument and operations teams to make sure key personnel have GSFC badges in case long-term internet and/or power outage require relocation to GSFC (Sembach / Long / Workman) A13: Provide HSTMO with list/description of the 12 CALCOS modules that have not been verified by the COS PVT (Aloisi)

43 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review43 Action Items from September Readiness Review - Day 2 B13: Provide HSTMO with hardcopy images of WFC3 detector illumination for various CSM positions to use during SM4 FT assessment (MacKenty) B14: Identify key SMOV alignment/focus instrument activities and times for which George Hartig is needed (Biagetti) B15: Provide HSTMO with target completion dates for SMOV Analysis Plans (Team Leads) B16: Review ACS SMOV decision points and responsible parties with HSTMO and Biagetti (Smith) B17: Provide focus decision tree, in consult with HSTMO (Lallo) B18: Finalize analysis strategy/personnel for EROs in consultation with instrument teams. Provide final list to HSTMO. (Noll) B19: Finalize strategy for which ERO observations are executed if SMOV schedule slips or decision is made to show results from less than nominal 9 EROs at AAS (Noll) B20: Provide updated Fastrack and real-time contact request list to Burley for SMOV planning (Biagetti)

44 SMOV4 PLANNING READINESS STScI SM4 DELTA READINESS REVIEW 21 APR Carl Biagetti

45 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review45 SMOV4 PLAN CHANGES TO DRIVERS ERO schedule is no longer driven by AAS schedule  Therefore moved from weeks 7 & 8 to weeks 9 & 10 All other drivers remain the same  See 09Sep08 Readiness Review

46 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review46 SMOV4 PLAN CHANGES TO CONSTRAINTS No changes to SMOV planning constraints  See 09Sep08 Readiness Review

47 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review47 SMOV4 PLAN PRIORITIZATION OF ACTIVITIES SMOV4 Plan prioritizes SMOV activities to allow schedule flexibility and proper sequencing  No changes in prioritizations  See 09Sep08 Readiness Review

48 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review48 COS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 Several recent Target Acq problems have surfaced and have been addressed  Subarray specifications  PSA/BOA reference points  Corrections to target placements in detector frame Proposal impacts  20 proposals needed to be updated (complete)  to address above problems  for mid-2009 targets Timeline Impacts  Additional uplink requirements  In-line commanding (PMDB) updates identified  Updates need to be submitted for upcoming SMSs  Several changes in activity dependencies  Several time-dependent targets (CVZ, etc.)

49 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review49 WFC3 PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 SMOV transition from PROTECT to Nominal state  Dave Hickey’s testing is complete  resulted in some adjustments to r/t commanding for bench thermal management  Otherwise transparent to SMOV timeline Proposal impacts  None Timeline Impacts  None

50 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review50 Optimization Campaign (OC) Dry Run encountered several problems  ground and flight sw configurations  being worked or already solved  analysis time between iterations needs to increase Proposal impacts  Additional CTE/Cross-Talk check during OC Timeline Impacts  Sixteen additional days for OC (total = 37 days)  may be mitigated by potential for early completion of test  Causes downstream delays to ACS CCD science/EROs ACS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008

51 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review51 FGS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 Mini-OFAD and FGS alignment (5 orbits ea.) moved to Cycle 17 Cal Plan  FGS2 alignment wrt FGS 1&3 will be unstable in early SMOV  New FGS will not be used as dominant guider in SMOV timeframe  Therefore Proposals (Alignment) & (mini-OFAD) are deferred to Cycle 17  Waiver of SMOV Requirements L & L Near Term Monitor of FGS2R2 Stability (4 orbits) moved to C17 Cal Plan  Prop relies on M35 which is not available in mid-2009  Therefore deferred to Cycle 17 (Proposals & 11875)  Waiver of SMOV Requirement L FGS1R & FGS3 Recommissioning (2 orbits) moved to C17 Cal Plan  Prop relies on M35 which is not available in mid-2009  Therefore deferred to Cycle 17 (Proposal 11871)  Waiver of SMOV Requirement L

52 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review52 FGS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 – CONT’D FGS2R2 AMA Adjustment Activity  Proposal will be scheduled starting in SMOV Week 2 instead of Week 1  Lessens the effect of outgassing on the measurement results  Allows additional pre-look visits in Week 1 for target determination for Week 2 AMA adjustments and some scale and coarse alignment information Proposal impacts from FGS changes  Nelan/Reinhart have updated SMOV proposals  11457, 11458, 11459, Timeline Impacts from FGS changes  Several SMOV days are gained by the deferrals to Cycle 17  Gains are offset by decision to move AMA activities from Week 1 to Week 2  FGS2R2 commissioning for guiding  Remains at ~ SMOV Day 42  These timeline adjustments were worked out in the GSWG and SMOVWG

53 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review53 DMS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 – CONT’D Proposal for special BEA attitude to test Bay 10 (SI C&DH) thermal model  Feasible in early BEA period  => New SMOV thermal requirement Proposal impacts  None, only SMS-level changes Timeline Impacts  None

54 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review54 NICMOS PLAN CHANGES SINCE SEP 2008 – CONT’D No recent changes Awaiting Project WG recommendation on NICMOS SMOV Plan Proposal impacts  None  Target updates for mid-2009 SMOV have been postponed  Pending successful NCS reactivation and cooldown Timeline Impacts  Current SMOV timeline includes nominal NICMOS plan on “non- interference” basis

55 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review55 SMOV4 MILESTONES VEHICLE HST RELEASE = SMOV START 20 MAY 20 MAY 0 BEA PERIOD COMPLETES 10 JUNE 10 JUN 0 FGS2R2 ENABLED FOR GUIDING 02 JUL 29 JUN-3 AS OF 08DEC08 AS OF 21APR09 DELTA (DAYS) AS OF 08DEC08

56 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review56 SMOV4 MILESTONES GO SCIENCE ENABLE POINTS FGS1R 22 JUN 10 JUN -12 STIS CCD09 JUN 10 JUN +1 STIS NUV/FUV12 JUN 17 JUN +5 STIS SMOV COMPLETE25 JUN 26 JUN +1 ACS SBC10 JUN 12 JUN +2 ACS WFC27 JUN 13 JUL+16 ACS HRC28 JUN 13 JUL +15 ACS CORONAGRAPH14 JUL30 JUL+16 ACS SMOV COMPLETE14 JUL31 JUL +17 NICMOS IMAGINGTBD 24 JULTBD 05 AUG +12 NICMOS CORONAGRAPHYTBD 30 AUG TBD 28 AUG - 2 NICMOS SMOV COMPLETETBD 06 SEP TBD 04 SEP - 2 AS OF 08DEC08AS OF 21APR09 DELTA (DAYS)

57 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review57 SMOV4 MILESTONES GO SCIENCE ENABLE POINTS (2) WFC3  UVIS EASY 07 JUL 01 JUL - 6  IR EASY07 JUL 13 JUL +6  UVIS HARD11 AUG 12 AUG +1  IR HARD 14 AUG14 AUG 0  SMOV COMPLETE 14 AUG14 AUG 0 COS  FUV18 JUL27 JUL +9  NUV IMAGING11 AUG08 AUG - 3  NUV SPECTROSCOPY 31 JUL 13 AUG+13  COS SMOV COMPLETE 11 AUG30 AUG+19 AS OF 08DEC08 AS OF 21APR09 DELTA (DAYS) AS OF 08DEC08 AS OF 21APR09

58 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review58 SMOV4 MILESTONES ERO ENABLE POINTS (Not necessarily the execution dates) STIS  CCD09 JUN 10 JUN + 1  NUV/FUV (N/A)22 JUN 17 JUN - 5 ACS  WFC 27 JUN 13 JUL+16  HRC 28 JUN 13 JUL+15 WFC3  UVIS04 JUL 06 JUL+ 2  IR06 JUL 12 JUL + 6 COS  FUV03 JUL20 JUL+17 NICMOS  IMAGINGTBD 08 JUL 27 JUL+19 AS OF 08DEC08 AS OF 21APR09 DELTA (DAYS)

59 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review59 STIS SCIENCE ENABLE ACS SBC SCI ENABLE ACS HRC SCI UVIS“EASY” SCI ACS WFC SCI ENABLE, WFC3 IR “EASY” SCI ENABLE COS FUV SCI ENABLE, NIC SCIENCE ENABLE (TBD) WFC3 UVIS/IR “HARD “SCI ENABLE, COS NUV SCI ENABLE FGS2R2 GUIDING

60 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review60 Critical Operations and Operational Challenges in SMOV HV Ramp-ups for STIS and COS  Unchanged since Sep 2008 Focus & Alignments for COS & WFC3  Iterative processes for each SI in the same weeks  Unchanged since Sep 2008 Realtime Commanding  GENSLEWs (Use Offsets), Table uploads, Event flag mgmt, etc.  Unchanged since Sep 2008 Fast Data Turnaround (FASTRACK)  Needed in several places for in-line analyses Command Instructions  COS SMOV Plan has introduced in-line commanding (pmdb) updates ACS Optimization Campaign  Intensive, in-line analyses, instruction changes, sms updates, r/t commanding

61 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review61 Critical Operations and Operational Challenges in SMOV Weeks 1-7 WEEK SYSTEM 1 20 MAY 2 01 JUNE 3 08 JUNE 4 15 JUNE 5 22 JUNE 6 29 JUNE 7 06 JULY S/C & FGS BEA, VDT, AMA ADJ, FT1 BEA AMA ADJ, FT2 BEAVDT WFC3 OUTGASOUTGAS, SDB CHK OUTGASINIT UVIS ALIGN, INIT IR ALIGN, FT2 INIT UVIS ALIGN, INIT IR ALIGN, UVIS FINE ALIGN, FT3 UVIS/IR FINE ALIGN, FT2 IR FINE ALIGN, FT1 COS OUTGAS, SDB CHK OUTGASFUV HV, COS/FGS ALIGN, NUV ALIGN, FT2 FUV HV, NUV ALIGN/FOCUS, FUV SENS, FT2 NUV ALIGN/FOCUS, EXT. SPECTRO. PERF., FT1 FUV SENSITIVITY, COS WL SCALES COS NUV SPECTRO SENSITIVITY FUV ALIGN /FOCUS,, FT2 ACS SDB CHK, TEMP SET PNT, WFC OC, FT1 WFC OC, FT4WFC OC, CCD X-TALK, FT4 WFC OC STIS SDB CHKFT1EROs NICMOS COOLDOWN FW TEST, FOCUS/PAM ADJ, FT2 Yellow indicate times of high activity FTn = Fastrack data delivery requested by n proposals

62 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review62 10 EV points/proposal  3 pts for prop submit  2 pts for 1 st PIT mtg  2 pts for 2 nd PIT mtg  3 pts for prop complete 165 SMOV4 PROPOSALS = 1650 total EV points PROPOSALS PIT-APPROVED PIT PROGRESS % PLANNED EARNED VALUE for Apr % ACTUAL EARNED VALUE as of Apr 17 SMOV PROPOSAL IMPLEMENTATION TEAM (PIT) EARNED VALUE (EV) as of 17Apr09

63 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review63 SMOV4 READINESS SMOV PLAN  COMPLETE SMOV PROPOSAL DATABASE  COMPLETE SMOV TEAM  READY

64 Planning and Scheduling Merle Reinhart

65 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review65 Database NSSC-1 Flight Software NSSC-1 FSW updates are required to support SM4 NSSC supports full complement of SIs during SM4  Installed Sep. 10 during SMS 252 (SMS 254 was first use)  Avoids software changes during SM4 NSSC removes support for COSTAR and WFPCII  This will be installed immediately after SM4 during the H&S SMS

66 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review66 Database PRD/SCIOPSDB OPSPRD 7.1 has been deployed to SMS 110 Planned updates after SM4 rendezvous, prior to deploy  PRD PRs  60663: PLCP PJSAFHLD for ACS safing recovery including TEC commanding  60739: AGCF and SCHF parameters for switch to 3-gyro mode  60742: Table ODB for NSSC FSW  SCIOPSDB PRs  57951: Initial creation of T-Mode database records  59227: Update ACS Boot to Operate recon command_time  59975: Update ACS recons for SM rules  60611: Change to ACS SBC states to allow WFC/SBC for long durations during early SMOV4  60647: Update ACS recon timing for repair  60635: Remove WFPC2, COSTAR, add WFC3, COS RTCS' from DEFAULT.CSE for SM4  60726: Update DBDF - Mods SMS Syntax for Multi-Gyro Operation  60822: Add COS FUV and NUV for bright object checking  62426: Restrict sa_eps_parms maximum incidence for post-SM4 low-power time A Freeze Waiver will be requested for all of the above

67 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review67 Database SMOV Preparation Environment SMOV4 development utilizes the same methodology that was successfully used for all previous Servicing Missions. Use a separate database and disk space from Operations, but the same machines/servers.  spss_sm4 database for SMOV4 development  spss database for current SPSS Operations Uses the operational software and tools, but utilizes different PRD/SCIOPSDB and SMS Instructions  Allows simultaneous Flight Operations and SMOV development  Two environments are isolated The spss_sm4 database is managed in the same way as the SPSS Operations database. This SMOV4 environment is used to:  Prepare the SMOV proposals for execution  Create the SMGT products  Create the SMOV4 representative products  Post-SM4 DRM Planning and Scheduling exercise

68 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review68 Database The Merge SMOV environment, spss_sm4 database, gets merged into the Operations environment, spss database, after rendezvous and berthing occurs. PRD/SCIOPSDB group will audit the merged spss database for correctness OPS will audit the proposals for correctness End-to-end process generally takes about 2 days. This Merge process was successfully tested on September 15 th.

69 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review69 Database PASS Configuration Files These are files used by the PASS software and configuration controlled by the P&S Operations group. Mission Scheduler Basefile change to enable the solar array maximum incidence check  Old: USE_CALC_SA_ANGLE = 'N’  New: USE_CALC_SA_ANGLE = ’Y' Command Loader Basefile changes to disable WFPC2 and COSTAR and enable WFC3 and COS (or the appropriate combination).  In the CLBASE Namelist  Old: NS_SINAME = 'ACS ', 'NIC ', 'STIS', 'CSTR', 'WFII’  New: NS_SINAME = 'ACS ', 'NIC ', 'STIS', 'COS ', 'WFC3’  Old: NSREDUNDV = 'A', 'A', 'A', 'B', 'A', 'A’  New: NSREDUNDV = 'A', 'A', 'A', 'B', 'A', 'B’  Old: NSSHPSI = '_NSSHPS4’  New: NSSHPSI = '_NSSHPS5'

70 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review70 Database PASS Configuration Files (cont) MEGG initialization file changes to swap in the appropriate new instruments.  Old: – New: WFPC standby COSTAR hold STIS operate NICMOS saa_oper ACS hold NCS CPL_hold WFC3 hold COS hold STIS operate NICMOS saa_oper ACS hold NCS CPL_hold COS_NUV hold COS_FUV hold

71 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review71 Planning and Scheduling Procedures The procedures are written, configured descriptions of a particular process workflow that describes the tools and actions that should be performed to accomplish that particular workflow. Procedures that need modification to support post-SM4  None of these updated procedures will be put into place until after the database merge is complete.  Scheduling Unit Selection Remove the WFPC2 decon references and add in the WFC3/ACS/STIS Anneal proposals  Flight Calendar Preparation Add the STIS Low Voltage management (STISLs) back in  Flight Calendar Building Remove the special checks for non-functional ACS/STIS detectors  The following procedures were modified and installed  Science Instrument Safe Mode Recovery Add WFC3/COS and post_SM4 ACS All Visits are ready for use

72 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review72 Planning and Scheduling Tools The tools are configured programs or scripts that are used to perform certain actions called out in the Procedures used for building the weekly flight calendars.  ccl_gsselect  Selects the guidestars used in the SMS  Don’t allow FGS2R2 to be used as the dominant guider  su_gaps.sqr  Calendar Visit summary report  Add COS/WFC3  gimme_snaps.py  Builds the lists of what to schedule on a particular week  Change the default for SI/configs to exclude back to nothing  Calendar/SMS checklists  Checks correctness of flight calendars and SMS’s  Updates for the new Sis  pass_prod_xfer.py  Add Bay 10 incidence column to the pointing profile section of delivery letter All of these tools will be put into place operationally after the database merge is complete.

73 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review73 Rendezvous Transitioning HST to Servicing Mission 4 Objective: prepare HST for rendezvous with the Space Shuttle while maximizing the science content of the launch week SMS Methodology: utilize the nominal P&S Intercept capability  A primary science SMS with “transition” visits  A pre-planned intercept SMS with Gyro-4 test and rendezvous attitude maintenance  Post-launch switch from science to intercept  TDRS Schedule rework Testing:  Previously used for SM3B  Tested during the System Readiness 4.2 and 4.2a SMGTs  Intercept loaded and executing but stopped prior to Gyro-4 test and rendezvous attitude maintenance to reduce test duration

74 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review74 Rendezvous Rndz attitude science G4 Tests Science SMS Intercept SMS load breaks = execution path if launch occurs Rndz Att Maint Rndz attitude Rndz attitude

75 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review75 Deploy SMS Process Firing Up an Improved HST The deploy SMS is a Health & Safety SMS generated using the nominal H&S generation process  3-Gyro Onboard Attitude Determination (OBAD) = “T”mode  Built using NSSC-1 FSW 9.0  36 hour duration  BEA compliant initial attitude provided by PCS  Contains no SI commanding  Allows installation of NSSC-1 FSW 9.0 and COS FSW Removes support for COSTAR and WFPC2 Fixes a COS Lamp startup failure issue  Allows real-time commanding to configure HST for use Tested during the System Readiness 4.2 and 4.2a SMGTs First Science SMS  NSSC-1 cold-start due to FSW install in previous SMS  Begin SMOV activities  Based upon preliminary SMOV template calendar

76 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review76 SMOV4 Calendar/SMS Builds Construct representative SMOV products assuming a nominal mission and a nominal SMOV Products will cover the first 4-6 weeks of SMOV  Determines the scheduling feasibility of the SMOV Plan  Finds any inconsistencies between the different SMOV Proposals These products will be widely distributed for review  Ensures we haven’t missed or misinterpreted something Will be the starting point for building the templates the Flight Calendar Builders will use for flight. Templates will be started by ~T-14 days and handed to the Flight Calendar Builder by their nominal T-11d build start. Currently have the first 3 weeks built and delivered for review.  Week 4 is nearly complete and expected to be delivered for review later this week.

77 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review77 P&S Team SM4 Readiness Operations Support P&S staff will be on-site at STScI to cover critical activities as necessary  Launch to update TDRS schedule  Pre and Post reboost ephem processing  Post-Deploy ephem  HST Attitude from PCS and H&S SMS creation  Follow-on Science SMS creation Post-deploy scheduling  Resume normal SMS build and delivery schedule for SMOV following post-deploy H&S and first Science SMS P&S Team ready for SM4, SMOV and Cycle 17 operations

78 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review78 Items Still in Work Update Flight Rendezvous/Transition Visits  Complete by April 30 after April 27 ephem received Rework SMOV Weeks as necessary based upon review feedback received.  Complete by May 6 Rework SMOV Weeks 2-4 as a result of ACS O- Mode changes  Complete by May 6 Finish building Representative SMOV Weeks out to at least 5  Attempt to complete by May 6, no later than May 18

79 Commanding Alan Welty Commanding Branch - OED

80 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review80 Regression Testing 1 Bit Validation Status  ACS  Done  NICMOS  Done (revalidation not requested)  STIS  Done  COS  Done  WFC3  Done

81 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review81 Regression Testing 2 Certification Status  ACS-R  Last: 27-Jan-09; Up to date  NICMOS  Last: 09-Apr-09; Up to date  STIS  Last: 05-Feb-09; Up to date  COS  Last: 02-Apr-09; Up to date  WFC3  Last: 27-Jan-09; Up to date  FGS  Last: 23-Mar-09; Up to date

82 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review82 Commanding Changes 1  General  Standardize TEXT blocks  Facilitate more complete searches of Instructions & PDB tables & groups  Standardize SI event flag management instructions  ACS  Address SBC turn-on timing problem  60 sec delay after WFC gain or readout mode change  Eliminate possibility of commanding on side 2  Include SCIHDR in ASIC diagnostics special commanding  Update WFC Optimization special instruction EJCCDBIASR – will require bench test & freeze waiver  NICMOS  Special commanding to Enable FW motion

83 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review83 Commanding Changes 2  STIS  Restore MAMA Recovery special commanding  COS  Updates to prevent associations from sharing auto-wavecals  Update Target Acq subarrays & FSW patchable constants  Implement FUV Recovery special commanding  WFC3  Implement Safing Recovery instructions  Update Operate to Boot regarding TEC event flags  FGS  Add support for Maintenance Slews  Add support for specifying LOCOUNT on proposal

84 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review84 Other Work  Instruction Audit  SPSS_SM4/IMDB comparison completed 09-Apr-09  COS & WFC FSW Patchable Constants  WFC3 verification nearing completion (target: 4/24/09)  COS verification started (target: launch on best effort basis) Target Acq constants done  Documentation  ACS DM-05 delivered Dec 2008  COS & WFC3 DM-05 minor updates will be made before SM4  COS & WFC3 OP-01 updates TBD  SMS Review Tool  Necessary code is complete; some input data updates are TBD (related to tracking info, not SMS checking); will be done before launch  To be installed during SM4 (some updates are not appropriate for pre-SM4 operation of ACS; Freeze waiver needed)

85 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review85 Conclusion STScI Commanding software (IM, PDB tables & groups, and the SRT) is ready for SMOV  Bench test needed for EJCCDBIASR  SRT not to be delivered until SM4 DM-05 docs will be ready by SM4 OP-01 docs will be updated as soon as we can, but likely not before SM4

86 Calibration Pipeline: SSB Software for SMOV Warren Hack SSB/OED

87 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review87 Calibration Pipeline: SSB STIS: OPRs (zero-exposure time) and (sc2dcorr fix) have been addressed. CALSTIS is ready to support SMOV activities when needed. NICMOS OPRs (pipeline update for BEPCORR and SAACORR) and (SAACLEAN) have been addressed. An update to CALNICB will be delivered as a quick-fix for to address OPR (exposure-time related keywords). Otherwise, NICMOS pipeline calibration software is ready to fully support NICMOS SMOV activities ACS: OPRs (time-dependent distortion keywords) addressed and installed in OPUS CALACS should be ready to support SMOV activities when OPR has been addressed with the quick-fix to OPUS This OPR corrects a problem with CALACS crashing with floating- point CCDGAIN values in the headers of RAW (_raw.fits) ACS files. MultiDrizzle: Updates, primarily to support reprocessing, included: recognizing WFPC2 DQ images in MEF and waiver-FITS format, getting full 64-bit support working under Solaris, processing data in native units or electrons, and fixing a bug processing ACS/WFC data in OTFR. MultiDrizzle remains ready to fully support all ACS data processing needs during SMOV and can be used to test WFC3 distortion calibrations in off-line processing as needed.

88 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review88 Calibration Pipeline: WFC3 19 OPRs for CALWF3 itself were addressed since the last review. In addition, 7 additional algorithmic changes were also implemented that had no impact on pipeline calibration operations. Highlights of these fixes include: NICMOS CR rejection algorithms now 'tuned' for WFC3 use UVIS calibrations now more robust for use with subarrays and L-FLATS Summary: No issues remain for SMOV pipeline to fully support WFC3 SMOV activities

89 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review89 Calibration Pipeline: COS 50 OPRs for CALCOS itself have been addressed since the last review. Highlights of these fixes include (but not limited to): Implementation of CSUM file generation by CALCOS Improvements to wavecal processing Proper handling of images with no data, including background regions of subarrays Support of imaging wavecals Improvements to finding a wavecal spectrum Summary: A couple of modes remain unsupported in the pipeline: ACQ image data will not be calibrated yet, wavelength calibration for NUV data needs improvement, and imaging wavecal for TIME-TAG TAGFLASH data in direct imaging mode can not be used to compensate for mirror/mechanism drift yet. A version of CALCOS will be available for off-line use by the COS team during SMOV that will support ACQ image calibration and include improved NUV wavelength calibration. All other modes required for SMOV support have been implemented, tested by the COS team and delivered for use in the pipeline.

90 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review90 Calibration Pipeline: Software Versions Software versions installed in OPUS for use during SMOV: InstrumentVersionOPUS BuildNotes CALCOS2.8a Installed CALWF Installed CALACS aQuick-fix CALNICA CALNICB a Installed Quick-fix CALSTIS Installed

91 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review91 Calibration Pipeline: COS OPRs CALCOS should use different Doppler keywords CALCOS should not write MAXDQ or AVGDQ columns in x1d tables CALCOS should add comments to the jnk primary header CALCOS should align spectra by wavelength when averaging CALCOS should use separate keywords for slopes of spectra Modify calcos to write a calcos sum (csum) image CALCOS must update exptime local variable CALCOS should use the product name in the jnk file Miscellaneous changes to CALCOS COS TDSCORR calibration step changes Changes to CALCOS wavecal processing Change PSHIFT keywords to SHIFT1 in CALCOS CALCOS should shift ACCUM images by the wavecal offsets CALCOS should set bad regions to zero in ACCUM images CALCOS should correct for bad data in background regions Remove dependence on keyword DOPPMAG in CALCOS CALCOS should apply TEMPCORR and GEOCORR to the DQ array CALCOS has the wrong sign for flat field Doppler shift for ACCUM CALCOS should use the TDSCORR keyword CALCOS should smear the DQ extension by the range of wavecal offsets CALCOS made a new reference rather than a copy CALCOS should add a DQ column to x1d tables CALCOS should append to the trailer file for each exposure CALCOS should copy segment-specific keywords CALCOS should update wavelengths in x1d tables for wavecal exposures Changes to COSUTIL CALCOS should accept acq files as input CALCOS changes for version CALCOS should check for no counts within active area Bug in CALCOS test for no data CALCOS should not increase image size for imaging data CALCOS should not test for missing column using try/except block CALCOS roundoff error when computing indices CALCOS error in computing count rate CALCOS should populate photometric keywords for imaging data CALCOS should not just copy an x1d file to x1dsum CALCOS should copy subarray keywords to the csum primary header CALCOS should print the numpy and pyfits version strings CALCOS should exclude background regions outside subarrays Add the option to CALCOS to use two different background heights CALCOS should check for DQ_WGT being all zero CALCOS should check for exptime = 0 when computing error array CALCOS should check whether xd_range is too large CALCOS uninitialized variable len_raw CALCOS should process imaging wavecals CALCOS needs additional tests for no data Change to CALCOS code for finding a wavecal spectrum CALCOS should read countrate keywords from the first extension header Problems with flagging out of bounds in CALCOS CALCOS must update ASN_MTYP when copying x1d to x1dsum

92 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review92 Calibration Pipeline: WFC3 OPRs CALWF3 wf3rej not using correct UVIS readnoise values Calwf3 UVIS blevcorr influenced by CR hits in parallel overscan CALWF3 isn't completing EXPSCORR processing calwf3 should convert IR image units to electrons calwf3 UVIS flatcorr step could apply gain correction twice calwf3 wf3rej skysub=mode doesn't work well for flats CALWF3 UVIS photcorr should compute PHOTFNU keyword value CALWF3 throws an IRAF segv on missing input file CALWF3 IR zsigcorr uses wrong sampzero time for subarrays CALWF3 IR DQ flag for cosmic ray not propagated to all subsequent groups CALWF3 IR flatcorr crashes when processing subarray images CALWF3 IR dqicorr needs to allow for optional BPIXTAB columns CALWF3 PHOTCORR needs to use different PHOTMODE construction CALWF3 UVIS processing needs to verify matching reference file parameters CALWF3 BLEVCORR crashing for some UVIS SMGT datasets CALWF3 DQ flag assignments need to be updated CALWF3 UVIS FLATCORR crashes applying L-FLAT CALWF3 wf3rej is propagating CR flags for one input image to all following images CALWF3 wf3rej routine not flagging all rejected input image pixels Trac CALWF3 IR crcorr should get parameters from CRREJ reference table Trac Fix CALWF3 IR crcorr early saturation logic Trac CALWF3 IR crcorr outputs zeros for pixels with one good sample Trac CALWF3 IR crcorr yielding incorrect output SAMP and TIME values Trac CALWF3 UVIS biascorr sometimes uses incorrect subarray offsets Trac Changes to CALWF3 IR CRCORR DQ flagging Trac CALWF3 wf3rej is giving different sky values on different platforms when skysub=mean SSB Trac system: https://www.stsci.edu/trac/ssb/stsci_pythonhttps://www.stsci.edu/trac/ssb/stsci_python

93 Wide Field Camera 3 Readiness John MacKenty

94 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review94 WFC3 Highlights Development of Cycle 17 Calibration Proposals Extensive testing of CALWF3 pipeline  Both of these activities were optimized to provide training and integration into the WFC3 team of new staff Published WFC3 Data Handbook Second delivery of pre-launch CDBS Reference Files Ongoing TV3 analysis  16 Instrument Science Reports since Sept 2008 SMOV review  Support for DCL activities on Bowtie and IR Linearity issues Studies and simulations of astrometry and Multi-drizzle Review of remaining NICMOS proposals to support transfer to WFC3 where appropriate

95 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review95 WFC3 Team Role WFC3 team at STScI has responsibility for all aspects of instrument commissioning (no separate IDT)  Engineering support from STScI and WFC3 Project at GSFC  Randy Kimble will provide part time Science IPT support in SMOV  GSFC/DCL retains some detector experiment and analysis resources  ERO team responsible for conduct of ERO program  WFC3 SOC responsible for Early Release Science (feedback on calibrations)  ESA/ECF responsible via MOU for GRISM support and calibration WFC3 team is organized into “tasks” with individual task leads and matrixed team members supporting each task.  Most team members have extensive experience with WFC3 ground testing  Resources planned to accommodate work peaks  Evolving model to incorporate 3-4 FTE growth in Sept/Oct timeframe

96 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review96 Team Organization, Leads, Members Group Tasks:  SM4 Support: Larry Petro  SMOV: Susana Deustua (Andre Martel  JWST/CSA)  TV3 Analysis: Howard Bushouse  Cycle 17 Calibration: Susana Deustua Process Tasks:  Calibration Products: Sylvia Baggett  Software and Data Processing: Howard Bushouse  User Support: Cheryl Pavlovsky  Documentation: (Jessica Kim Quijano)  Operations Support: Larry Petro Analysis Tasks:  Imaging: Linda Dressel  Photometry: Jason Klirai and Elena Sabbi (Tom Brown  JWST)  Detectors: Peter McCullough  Grisms: ECF with Howard Bushouse as interface Other team members:  Tiffany Borders, Michael Dulude, George Hartig, Bryan Hilbert, Brian McLean, Vera Platias, Abhijith Rajan, Adam Riess, Michael Wong

97 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review97 Team Member Changes New team members (since TV3)  Tiffany Borders, Michael Dulude, Abhi Rajan – RIA new hires  Jason Kalirai – AURA astronomer  Brian McLean – loan from OED, astrometric support  Adam Riess – shared with JHU (works WFC3 2 nd half of year)  Elena Sabbi – ESA astronomer  Michael Wong – visiting Scientist from UC Berkeley Departing team members  Tom Brown (JWST MO, will analyze LOS SMOV proposal)  Andre Martel (JWST/CSA, will analyze SMOV data)  Jessica Kim Quijano

98 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review98 SM4 Support from STScI/WFC3 UNCHANGED since Sept 2008 Larry Petro (STScI WFC3 group) is responsible for organization of Sci IPT support and training, FT science contents, software tool development for FT analysis, and science performance assessment Orbit GSFC  Larry Petro on SI Console monitoring AT  George Hartig in Science room Planning GSFC  Howard Bushouse on SI Console monitoring FT  Conducts FT analysis in Science room  John MacKenty in Science room to assess Science Pass/Fail Planning STScI  Sylvia Baggett and Bryan Hilbert in STRESS to provide independent analysis of FT data

99 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review99 SMOV Development Status Susana Deustua is responsible for WFC3 SMOV coordination  Replaced Andre Martel who moved to JWST/CSA Proposal PI’s mostly based on Thermal Vac activity leads  Observing strategy combination of TV and ACS/NICMOS  Analysis strategy follows TV (quicklook, ISR, products) Considerable synergy achieved between TV3 analysis, SMOV, Cycle 17 calibration proposal planning, and CDBS produce generation: well defined individuals or teams identified for each activity. Launch delay resulted in three target changes  UVIS Photometric Zero Points and IR Photometric Zero points change to photometric standard star GD153  UVIS SMOV Contamination Monitor uses star GRW+70D5824  IR Pointing Stability uses MESSIER-75 We have also transitioned reponsibility for and from Tom Brown to Jason Kalirai Current plan remains at ~160 external orbits

100 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review100 WFC3 SMOV Strategy WFC3 schedule paced by 21 day detector venting and Bright Earth avoidance periods prior to cooling detectors. SMOV4 designed to avoid linkage between UVIS and IR channels Commissioning Sequence  Provide operational integrity of instrument (mechs, memory, etc).  Establish operating conditions (e.g. thermal setpoints for detectors)  Optical Alignment  ERO Science  Initial SMOV calibrations  “Easy” Science enabled  Science Oversight Committee Early Release Science starts  Remainder of SMOV calibrations  “Hard” Science enabled

101 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review101 WFC3 SMOV Timeline (1) WeeksActivitiesMilestonesComments 1-3 1,2,3FT re-run, Memory and Databuffer Checks During 21 day BEA and Detector outgas periods 44,5,6,7 UVIS and IR Detector cooldown and functional tests PI approval 48,9,10CSM, SOFA, FSM, W Cal lamp 4&516,17UVIS and IR TEC performanceAssess thermal state 514,15UVIS Shutter, D2 lampPI approval 5&611,12UVIS and IR initial alignmentMultiple uplinks 7&821,22UVIS and IR fine alignment 5+13,44UV contam and bowtie monitors 618CCD Hot Pixel AnnealStart monthly cadence 729,30UVIS and IR to FGS alignmentEnables ERO & EASY 1029,30SIAF update 12-13SMOV completeEnables HARD

102 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review102 WFC3 SMOV Timeline (2) Weeks ActivitiesMilestonesComments 11,12 23,24 UVIS and IR Image Quality 1143UVIS PSF Core ModulationShutter jitter test 12,1325,26UVIS and IR PSF Wings tests saturation residuals ,33,35 UVIS Int Flats, Dark/RN/CTE, SAA ,34,36 IR Int Flats, Dark/RN/Bckgnd, SAA 737,39,31 UVIS Photometry Zero Points, Flat Uniformity, Plate Scale EASY GO Science start 8-938,40,32 IR Photometry Zero Points, Flat Uniformity, Plate Scale EASY GO Science start 942IR Grism Test 1027,28UVIS and IR Pointing Stability

103 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review103 CALWF3 Testing and Updates CALWF3 pipeline improved and received additional testing  CALWF3 v1.0 delivered Sept 2008 (DMS/OPUS )  CALWF3 v1.1 delivered Dec 2008 (DMS/OPUS )  Stacking code (UVIS image combination) for reference file generation  CALWF3 v1.2 delivered Feb 2009 (DMS/OPUS )  Bug fixed from testing campaign in Dec 2008  CALWF3 v1.3 delivered Mar 2009 (DMS/OPUS )  IR up the ramp fitting improvements  UVIS subarray bias subtraction bug fix  Keyword modifications: removed ground test keywords, fixed EXPSTART and EXPEND time values 8 testers followed detailed plan to test every calibration step  Each step tested with full-frame, sub-array, unbinned, and binned images  Also served to train new team members in use of CALWF3 Current Issues (no impact on SMOV; non-critical for GO science):  Seven WFC3 telemetry mnemonics have multiple raw-to-physical conversion equations in the PRD--all of which are temperature monitors (#62237 and 62344)  Different conversions are for Side 1 vs. Side 2, and for normal ops vs. anneal  IMAGETYP header keyword currently set to “EXT” for IR darks (#62405)

104 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review104 Improved Pre-launch CDBS Generation-1 completed Fall based on TV3 data - reference files covering all primary supported UVIS/IR modes (>100 files) - files checked, delivered, in archive available for use Generation-2 - based on TV3 data but now with improved software (reffile & calwf3) - nearly complete (>80 files) - UVIS flatfields and IR subarray darks in progress, installed by early May - includes revision to CDBS selection and expansion rules (to improve application of bias files for UVIS subarrays) CDBS WWW pages ready - maintained by INS CDBS group with input from INS WFC3 team - yindex

105 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review105 Snapshot of main WFC3 reference file WWW page Link to more description of each file type Link to page tabulating available files as function of observing mode and recommended useafter date … continued on next page Files needed by calwf3, prior to drizzle

106 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review106 … continued from previous page Needed for drizzle Not needed by calwf3 at this time

107 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review107 MultiDrizzle Multidrizzle important for WFC3 science and archive  WFC3 has greater geometric distortion than prior instruments  IR channel is 123 x 139 arc seconds FOV onto square detector  Users have become expert with image combination techniques WFC3 pipeline designed to produce outputs ready for Multidrizzle (very similar to ACS) WFC3 support for Multidrizzle led by Linda Dressel with Platais, McLean, Dulude, and Petro. Calibration  SMOV provides initial geometric distortion and SI location data  Stability of these calibrations to be determined during SMOV/Cy17 Testing  Thermal vac did not measure plate scale or distortion  Pre-launch database loaded with optical model derived data  Simulated WFC3 data successfully run in Multidrizzle  Full-up testing awaits on-orbit operations

108 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review108 WFC3 Data Handbook Launch delay provided opportunity to complete and release version 1.0 of the WFC3 Data Handbook Kudos to Jessica Kim Quijano, Howard Bushouse, Susana Deustua, and the entire team for this book.

109 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review109 Cycle 17 Calibration Cycle 17 Calibration plan (Susana Deustua as lead)  Based upon  Instrument Handbook promised calibrations  Needs of Cycle 17 GO and ERS science programs (from CS reviews)  Primary plan (36 proposals/255 external orbits)  Phase 1’s reviewed in February by HSTMO  Phase 2’s submitted for all proposals  Internal orbits stress system  5 largest programs tested for 2 week scheduling interval  Delta plan to be developed in late 2009 based on SMOV outcomes Entire team involved in Cycle 17 Calibration plan development and execution  Each proposal has a lead and multiple co-I’s  Entire team conducted “peer reviews” of every proposal  Extensive discussion (including other SI teams) of photometric plan  ISRs (white papers) on Photometric standards, Cluster fields, and Detector monitoring strategies being written

110 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review110 Cycle 17 Calibration Plan (1/4) Wfc3 ID Cy17 ID Proposal Title Freq No. Orbits Scheduling Required Accuracy Goal Notes PIExtInt wfc3_ UVIS Zero points. J. Kalirai 10x46 Monthly at first 2% W, 5% M, N Measure zero points and monitor sensitivity (throughput). wfc3_ UVIS Daily Mon T. Borders 1/day e- readnoise Build daily, weekly superbias & superdark reference files. Avoid periods just before and after annealing. wfc3_ UVIS CCD Gain. C. Pavlovsky 3x18 Months 4, 8, 12 <1% per quadrant Calculate absolute gain per amplifier at nominal temperature. wfc3_ UVIS Bowtie S. Baggett 1/ two day 231 Every other day <1% Minimize and neutralize "bowtie" effect. Every other day. 10 min visits wfc3_ UVIS Contam Mon S. Baggett 1/wk37 Weekly than bi-weekly 2% Monitor contamination by measuring throughput in a subset of key filters using stars. wfc3_ UVIS Int Flats. A. Rajan 5x90 Quarterly< 5% Assess stability of flat field structure wfc3_ UVIS L-Flats and Geo Distortion. E. Sabbi 2x30 Early in cycle Build L-flats using star field. wfc3_ UVIS Image Qual L. Dressel 3x9 SMOV + 3, 6, 9 months Image stability assessment wfc3_ UVIS PSF Wings. L. Dressel 1x7 Mid Cycle>5arcsec radius Evaluate PSF stability at 5 field points, in two filters. wfc3_ UVIS Filter Wedge J. MacKenty 1x3 Early in cycle 0.5 pixels at 633 nm. Verify UVIS filters positions for image displacement wfc3_ UVIS Stray Light. L. Petro 1x4 After SMOV10% Characterize stray light from bright sources outside the UVIS FOV. wfc3_ UVIS Linearity S. Deustua 1x23 1st Quarter<5% corrected to < 0.3% Measure linear response, well depth at non-linearity onset, and, response curve in key filter subsets.

111 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review111 Cy17 Cal Plan (2/4) wfc 3ID Cy17 ID Proposal Title Freq. No. Orbits Scheduling Required Accuracy Goal Notes PIExtInt wfc 3_ UVIS CTE Monitoring V. Platais 3x624 4,8,12 months <1% phot, 1% pixel shift Monitor CTE effects on photometry and astrometry, using standard star field. wfc 3_ UVIS Fringing E. Sabbi 1x3 Any<1% Monitor fringing in red UVIS filters, check fringing model. wfc 3_ UVIS Droplets J. Kalirai 3x93 1st Quarter<1% Characterize and monitor effect of droplets on photometry. Repeat visits 6,12 months. wfc 3_ UVIS Hot Pixel Anneal. S. Baggett 15x105 Monthly< 0.1 e/pix, dark 0.01/hr Fix hot pixels. wfc 3_ UVIS Earth Flats Pathfinder P. McCullough 1x50 Late in Cycle 1% relative Determine pixel to pixel flat field of WFC3+OTA. wfc 3_ IR Zero points. S. Deustua 14x28 Monthly2% W, 5% M & N Measure and monitor IR zero points and sensitivity curves in all IR filters. wfc 3_ IR Dark Monitor. B. Hilbert many423 Weekly0.1 e- Monitor IR dark current and read noise. Creat superdarks. wfc 3_ IR Gain. B. Hilbert 3x8 Early, Mid- Cycle 5% per iteration Determine effective electronic gain of MCT array through internal flats. wfc3 _ IR Count Linearity. B. Hilbert 3x 6 9Every 4 months <5%, correct to < 0.3% Quantify non-linear behavior of IR detector, and determine corrections.

112 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review112 Cy17 Cal Plan (3/4) wfc3I D Cy17 ID Proposal Title Freq. No. Orbits Scheduling Required Accuracy Goal Notes PIExtInt wfc3_ IR Internal Flats. P. McCullough 3x110 Every 4 months < 5% Monitor IR flat stability wfc3_ IR L- Flat and Geo Distortion. V. Platais 3x18 Every 4 months 1% Build L-flats using star field. Third iteration can be closer to end of cycle. wfc3_ IR Image Quality. L. Dressel 3x6 SMOV + 4, 8, 12 months 20 stars Asses overall image performance and stability during Cycle 17. Measure FGS-IR alignment. wfc3_ IR PSF Wings. L. Dressel 1x5 Late in cycle>5arcsec radius Evaluate PSF stability at 5 field points, in two filters. wfc3_ IR Filter Wedge Check. J. MacKenty 1x2 Early to mid cycle 0.5 pixel Verify IR filters meet CEI spec. for image displacement wfc3_ IR Stray Light. L. Petro 1x4 After SMOV10% Characterize stray light from bright sources outside the IR FOV wfc3_ IR Intrapixel Sensitivity Variation. M. Wong 1x2 Early in cycle <0.2% rms Measure IPSV of array wfc3_ IR Rate Dependent Non- linearity. A. Riess 1x9 mid-cycle1% Characterize rate dependent non-linearity by observing star cluster with variable backgnd. wfc3_ IR Persistence. S. Deustua 1x618 SMOV + 6, Measure and monitor persistence through observations of sparse star fields. wfc3_ IR Earth Flats Pathfinder. P. McCullough 1x50 anytime1% relative Determine pixel to pixel flat field of WFC3+OTA.

113 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review113 Cy17 Cal Plan (4/4) wfc3I D Cy17 ID Proposal Title Freq. No. Orbits Schedulin g Required Accuracy Goal Notes PIExtInt wfc3_ UVIS G280 Flux Calibration. H. Bushouse 1x1 early in cycle <10% in 1st orders Establish flux calibration for G280 grisms, wrt spatial position in FOV wfc3_ UVIS G280 Wavelength Calibration. H. Bushouse 1x1 early in cycle 14 angstroms Establish G280 wavelength calibration over FOV wrt position. wfc3_ IR Grism Flux Calibration. H. Bushouse 2x4 early in cycle <5% in 1st order Establish flux calibration for both IR grisms, wrt spatial position in FOV wfc3_ IR Grism Wavelength Calibration. H. Bushouse 1x2 early in cycle 1 pixel in 1st orders Establish wavelength calibration over FOV wrt position for both IR grisms Cycle 17 Orbit Totals

114 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review114 Conclusions WFC3 team is ready for SMOV Team and Ground system is ready to support SM4  FT analysis well practiced with realistic data from ground testing  Redundant analysis paths exist and have been tested Team and Ground system is ready to support SMOV  Augmentations completed for central data store  Team well versed in processing WFC3 data from TV experience  Launch delay permitted training of new staff, improvements to pipeline and CDBS Team and Ground system is ready for Cycle 17 science operations  Robust Cycle 17 Science Calibration plan developed  Ground testing of geometric distortion and multi-drizzle limited in scope  Significant work post SM4 to obtain distortion calibration (schedule driver)  Multi-drizzle leverages ACS experience and is tested with WFC3 datasets  Future enhancements for efficiency are Cycle 18 issues (no Cy17 development)

115 COS & STIS Readiness Alessandra Aloisi (INS) (with input from Tony Keyes & Charles Proffitt)

116 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review116 COS+STIS Team Alessandra Aloisi  Danny Lennon (Acting Team Lead during SMOV) COS Tom Ake (COS Flat Fields) Van Dixon (COS IHB) Parviz Ghavamian Tony Keyes (COS Tech & SMOV Lead) Derck Massa (COS DHB & F calibration) Sami Niemi Cristina Oliveira (COS ETCs &  calibration) Dave Sahnow (COS detectors & PVT) Ed Smith Dave Soderblom (COS TAs) Brian York STIS Charles Proffitt (STIS Tech & SMOV Lead) Mike Wolfe (STIS IHB, monitors & ref files) Wei Zheng COS+STIS Rossy Diaz (Pipeline Lead) Paul Goudfrooij Rachel Osten (C17 Cal Lead) Nolan Walborn (User Support Lead) Currently 19 team members (including 4 JHU contracts) Departed  Shaw, Lennon (except for acting lead period) Arrived  Dixon, Niemi, York

117 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review117 COS SM4 Science Support (EVA3) Start of Orbit Shift through COS AT Dave Sahnow, Alessandra Aloisi  Danny Lennon John McPhate, Jim Green COS FT and data analysis through end of Planning Shift Scott Friedman, Tony Keyes Steve Osterman, Jim Green, Stephane Beland Back-up data analysis at STScI Tom Ake, Brittany Shaw  Brian York Cynthia Froning, Steve Penton STScI Engineering Support Tom Wheeler, Chris Long

118 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review118 COS SMOV NUV Sequence COS-01 Recovery from SAFE COS Onboard Memory Check COS Science Data Buffer Check COS NUV Initial HV Turn-on/Ramp-up COS v5 NUV Fold Test COS NUV Internal Functionality & Operation COS NUV Dark Measure COS OTA to FGS Alignment (NUV) COS NUV Optical Alignment /Focus visit 1-6 COS Internal NUV Wavelength Verify COS NUV Optical Alignment vis 7-12 COS Internal NUV Wavelength Meas & Grating Eff. Vis 1, 3 – lamp 2 COS NUV Imaging Acq Verify COS NUV High S/N Verification COS NUV Imaging Performance COS NUV Int/External Wavelength Scales COS NUV Structural & Thermal Stability COS NUV Dispersed Acq Verify Do NOT Require Wavelength Scale Update External Observations May require wait FUV SMOV sequence HST releaseMAMA LV on Internal pressure <20 micro-Torr BEA Complete Alignment OK Alignment Not OK COS Internal NUV Wavelength Meas Wavelength Ranges Not OK Wavelength Ranges OK Enable Wavecal- dependent NUV Calibration and Science COS v2-n NUV Spectr. Sensitivity COS NUV Ext. Spectr. Perf. Part 1 COS NUV Ext. Spectr. Perf. Part 2 COS NUV Flat Fields Internal pressure <10 micro-Torr Require Wavelength Scale Update Uplink COS v1 NUV Spectr. Sensitivity Quick ERO REF SCI IHB SIAF update available REF 24h data Uplink SIAF update start Uplink 24h data 24h data 24h data 24h data 24h data Uplink 24h data REF 24h data 24h data

119 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review119 COS SMOV FUV Sequence COS-01 COS COS COS-22 FUV Detector Door Open COS FUV Initial HV Turn-on/Ramp-up COS FUV Internal Functionality & Operation COS FUV Dark Measure COS NUV Optical Alignment /Focus COS FUV Optical Alignment /Focus visit 1-4 COS Internal NUV Wavelength Verify COS Internal FUV Wavelength Meas Vis 2 – lamp 2 COS FUV Dispersed Acq Verify COS FUV Structural & Thermal Stability COS FUV Int/External Wavelength Scales COS v2-4 FUV Spectr. Sensitivity External Observations May require wait Internal Pressure <100 micro- Torr BEA Complete Alignment OK COS Internal FUV Wavelength Meas – Vis 1 Uplink Wavelength Ranges Not OK Wavelength Ranges OK Enable Wavecal- dependent FUV Calibration and Science COS FUV Flat Fields COS FUV Ext. Spectr. Perf. Part 1 COS FUV Ext. Spectr. Perf. Part 2 COS FUV High S/N Verification Internal Pressure <10 micro- Torr Require Wavelength Scale Update Does NOT Require Wavelength Scale Update HST release NUV SMOV sequence XDL at OPER SIAF update start Pressure Gauge OFF Outgassing Concern? COS v1 FUV Spectr. Sensitivity - Quick COS NUV Optical Alignment /Focus uplink Enable FUV ERO No wavecal ERO SCI REF IHB SIAF update available REF 24h data Rapid data turnaround required Required to enable ERO Required to enable science Analysis produces reference file Results reported in IHB REF 24h data 24h data 24h data 24h data 24h data COS FUV Optical Alignment /Focus Verif. – visit 5-6 Uplink 24h data 24h data 24h data

120 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review120 COS SMOV Timeline May 12: SM4 Launch May 19: COS installation (EVA3) May 23 – Jul 6: Beginning COS SMOV engineering and alignment activities Engineering Check-out and Detector Turn-on (NUV: May 23 - Jun 4, FUV: Jun 5-15) Fast turnaround of turn-on visits Initial Detector verifications (NUV: Jun 4-8, FUV: Jun 16-20) Optical Alignments (Jun 11 - Jul 10) Fast turnaround of each visit Jul 20: COS EROs enabled (EROs executed week of July 20) Jul 30: COS science observations enabled in FUV Aug 13: COS science observations enabled in NUV Jul 6 - Aug 30: General Science Calibration Verification TA Verification (FUV: Jul 27, NUV: Aug 8-13) Imaging Verification (Jul 27) Wavelength Calibration (FUV: Jul 11-25, NUV: Jul 6-23) Fast turnaround of each visit Flux Calibration (FUV: Jul 27-30, NUV: Aug 4-6) Fast turnaround of quick-look visits Internal and External Flat Fields (NUV: Aug 7-11, FUV: Aug 10-11) High S/N Verification (FUV: Aug 16-17, NUV: Aug 14-15) Spectroscopic Performance (FUV: Aug 2-11, NUV: Aug 3-15) Thermal Stability (FUV: Jul 20, NUV: Jul 19, Aug 30) (Critical calibration programs for C17 & C18 updates are in boldface)

121 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review121 COS SMOV Personnel STScI Cox Hartig Lallo Wheeler Welty (involvement < 5%) BALL Harguth Delker GSFC Serrano COS/STIS Team (Aloisi) Ake Bohlin Dixon Ghavamian (Goudfrooij) Keyes Massa Niemi Oliveira Osten Sahnow Smith Soderblom York COS IDT Beland Froning Penton Burgh France (2 persons rotating at STScI) Green Osterman McPhate (for consultation) SMOV divided between COS/STIS team and COS IDT

122 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review122 COS SMOV Re-Planning 19/34 Phase II programs re-submitted after launch slip Target changes needed for 5 programs (visibility & guide star issues) Other structural changes needed for remaining programs Revisions following TA review to better infer on-orbit TA quantities Revisions to use revised TA strategies Revisions following added capability to flash lamp in imaging mode Revisions due to identification of new observation windows to achieve SMOV goals (e.g., new CVZ or maximum Doppler effect opportunities) PIT reviews and CS/BOP reviews of re-submitted programs completed Analysis plans revised in light of recent Phase II changes Development/adaptation of software to handle COS SMOV data and testing of analysis procedures under completion ~ 40% of programs have 100% of the software complete ~ 35% of programs have at least 80% of the software complete ~ 25% of programs have at least 50% of the software complete All COS SMOV programs are flight-ready Analysis plan document delivered to HMO All software scripts to be finalized and tested by launch (May 12)

123 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review123 COS Cycle 17 Calibration Part I of C17 calibration plan approved by HST-MO in Sep 2008 Total of 10 programs, 103 external & 457 internal orbits All Phase II programs submitted by the deadline (Mar 13, 2009) 1 program merged with other 2 programs, for a total of 9 programs submitted 6 external orbits not used C17 cal program added later for FUV wavelength monitoring (12 orbits) CS reviews of programs with external targets underway 5 programs & 20 BOP targets Targeted launch date (May 12) at the latest for completion Additional C17 cal programs may be identified after SMOV (Fall 2009)

124 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review124 COS Ground System: Front-End Issues worked with A. Welty and others in OED Already implemented into TRANS/commanding and APT Removal of LRC for lamp flashes in tagflash mode Changes in rules for shared wavecals Needed to avoid problems during archiving Some existing SMGT data (3%) will still require back-end workaround Lamp flash in COS NUV imaging mode New lamp-flash durations in tagflash mode to support single- stripe cross-correlation in NUV wavelength calibration Anomalous recovery procedure for COS FUV detector Updates to TA commanding to handle different offsets between WCA and science apertures (PSA/BOA) grating-specific spectral location, subarray, & cross-dispersion plate scale

125 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review125 COS Ground System: Back-End Header keywords and tables Joint COS/DPAS/DSB bi-weekly meetings continue (Fraquelli) A lot of critical items completed as part of OPUS & Test version of software for COS cumulative image and pulse-height histogram to be delivered for SMOV (and later in OPUS ) One SMOV critical PR (proper population of subarray for ACQ/IMAGE) to be installed as quick fix after OPUS CALCOS Modules tested and verification completed by end of Feb 2009 All critical changes included in CALCOS 2.8 (OPUS ) CALCOS 2.8 to be considered baseline version of COS pipeline Some additional improvements to be implemented in test version of CALCOS for SMOV (and later in CALCOS 2.9) Improved NUV wavelength calibration Capabilities for creation of COS cumulative image and pulse-height histogram Processing of ACQ/IMAGE TA images Non-pipeline analysis tools (not tied to OPUS; part of STSDAS/Phython) First performance assessment completed (Dixon) Improvements to be implemented but lower priority compared to additional CALCOS improvements (Hodge) Targeted Summer 2009 for implementation & Fall 2009 for public release

126 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review126 STIS SM4 Science Support (EVA4) Start of Orbit Shift through STIS-R AT Mary Beth Kaiser, Cristina Oliveira Bruce Woodgate STIS-R FT and data analysis through end of Planning Shift Charles Proffitt, Alessandra Aloisi  Paul Goudfrooij Ted Gull, Don Lindler Back-up data analysis at STScI Danny Lennon, Mike Wolfe STScI Engineering Support Tom Wheeler, Chris Long

127 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review127 STIS SMOV Sequence STIS recovered CCD TEC & MAMA LV on STIS-02 Memory Load And Dump STIS-03 Science Data Buffer Check STIS-04 Mechanism Functional STIS-06 CCD Functional STIS-05 CCD Anneal Repeat 28d Start STIS-07 CCD Dark & Bias Monitor STIS-08 Aper Wheel & Lamp tests STIS-09 STIS to FGS Alignment STIS-17 FUV MAMA HV Recovery STIS-18 NUV MAMA HV Recovery STIS-21 FUV Optical Format Verify STIS-22 NUV Optical Format Verify STIS-19 FUV MAMA Dark Measure Start STIS-20 NUV MAMA Dark Monitor STIS-10 CCD Optical Format Verify STIS-11 STIS External Focus Check STIS-14 CCD CTI Measurement STIS-12 Contingency Corrector & Focus Adjust STIS-15 CCD Spectro Throughputs STIS-23 FUV Image Quality STIS-16 CCD Stability STIS-13 CCD Spectro Image Qual & ACQ tests STIS-24 NUV Image Quality STIS-25 MAMA Spectro Throughputs STIS-26 MAMA Stability After BEA end (9 Jun) Update SIAF? MAMA HV wait 4+ days after release & 3+ days after LV on. ERO and GO observations enabled. 22 May 24 May25 May May 28 May 29 May Daily from 29 May 29 May 27 May to 1 Jun 2 Jun to 6 Jun 10 Jun 9 Jun 3 Jun 8 Jun 11 Jun 12 Jun 3 Jun & 24 Jun 4/wk start 7 Jun 10 Jun (CCD) 17 Jun(MAMAs) 22 May Eng. Al. CCD FUV NUV ERO External Observations Internal Observations

128 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review128 STIS SMOV Timeline May 12: SM4 Launch May 20: STIS-R executed (EVA4) May 22 - Jun 24: STIS SMOV Engineering check-out, including mechanism mini-functional (May 22-25) MAMAs HV Recovery (May 27-Jun 6) Fast turnaround of each visit CCD Anneal & Functional (May 27-28) Aperture Wheel & Lamp tests (May 28) STIS-to-FGS alignment and focus check (May 29) CCD checks, including dark & bias monitor, CTI, throughputs, format verification, image quality & stability (May 29 - Jun 10) MAMA checks, including darks, throughputs, format verification, image quality & stability (Jun 3 - Jun 12) Jun 10: STIS science observations enabled with CCD Jun 17: STIS science observations enabled with MAMAs Jun 10-17: STIS EROs (Critical calibration programs for C17 & C18 updates are in boldface)

129 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review129 STIS SMOV Personnel STScI Lallo Long Makidon Wheeler (involvement < 5%) COS/STIS Team (Diaz) Goudfrooij (Lennon) Proffitt Wolfe Zheng GSFC Serrano STIS IDT Feggans Gull Lindler Woodgate SMOV divided between COS/STIS team and STIS IDT

130 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review130 STIS SMOV Re-Planning Total of 25+1 (focus contingency) programs Target changes made for 5 programs BEA & guide star issues Phase II of these 5 programs re-submitted CS/BOP reviews performed All STIS SMOV programs are flight ready Analysis plan document delivered to HMO All software development/testing completed

131 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review131 STIS Additional Updates STIS Cycle 17 Calibration Approved by HST-MO in Aug 2008 Total of 24 programs, 52 external & 2169 internal orbits All Phase II programs submitted by the deadline (Mar 13, 2009) C17 cal program added later for HST-JWST cross-calibration (13 orbits) CS reviews of programs with external targets underway 5 programs & 17 BOP targets Targeted launch date (May 12) at the latest for completion Additional C17 cal programs may be identified after SMOV (Fall 2009) Cumulative Image for STIS MAMAs STIS requirements delivered together with COS requirements To be part of OPUS build CALSTIS Couple of minor changes delivered for OPUS Fix to bug affecting post-pipeline processing of prism wavecals to be delivered later

132 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review132 COS/STIS User Support Documentation COS Data Handbook v 1.0 published on March 16 (Shaw et al.) COS IHB updates that do not require SMOV input in progress (Dixon et al.) User Support Software Pysynphot support for COS/STIS fully implemented ETC Support Testing of numerous COS and a few STIS PRs for ETC 17.4 underway Pysynphot conversion of STIS ETC for ETC 18.1 underway APT/BOT Support Changes to implementation of STIS FUV MAMA repeller wire offset (APT 18.1 ?) Quick fix to implementation of STIS MAMA long-slit aperture (work on correct implementation in progress, APT 18.1 ?) Moving Target BOP software Fixed software for ACS; added capability to do field BOP check for COS & STIS CS Reviews of COS & STIS GO/GTO/DD programs currently underway 98 programs for a total of 503 BOP targets ~ 37% of programs and ~ 23% of BOP reviews completed Targeted launch date (12 May 2009) for 50% completion Remaining 50% to be completed in May/June 2009 timeframe

133 ACS Readiness Linda Smith ACS Team Lead

134 Revisions/New Work Personnel changes - SM4 + SMOV Team Dry Run for Optimization Campaign - led to revisions to OC + FT Minor revisions to SMOV proposals ACS Repair - will now support FT in EVA 3

135 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review135 SMOV+SM4 Staff List (18) Linda Smith Luigi Bedin Ralph Bohlin Colin Cox Marco Chiaberge Tyler Desjardins Andy Fruchter David Golimowski Shireen Gonzaga (SM4 only) Norman Grogin Pey-Lian Lim Ray Lucas Jennifer Mack Aparna Maybhate Gerhardt Meurer (ACS/GTO JHU) Max Mutchler Anatoly Suchkov (ACS/GTO JHU) Alan Welty

136 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review136 Staff: EVA 3 GSFC STScI Orbital Shift Planning Shift Linda Smith Ray Lucas Orbital Shift Planning Shift David Golimowski Max Mutchler Pey-Lian Lim* Colin Cox Tyler Desjardins* Shireen Gonzaga Marco Chiaberge Aparna Maybhate* Norman Grogin* * new team member

137 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review137 ACS Team Organization

138 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review138 Optimization Campaign Team Oversight, report and contact point for DCL/Teledyne and SMOV team  David Golimowski (OC Lead)  Linda Smith (ACS/SMOV Lead)  Aparna Maybhate (OC Lead Backup) Scientists for data analysis  Norman Grogin (CTE-internal, Cross talk)  Marco Chiaberge (CTE – external)  Anatoly Suchkov (Cross-talk) Research Instrument Analysts and Research Instrument Scientists for data analysis  Pey-Lian Lim  Tyler Desjardins  Max Mutchler  Ray Lucas

139 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review139 OC Dry Run: Objectives Verify OC operational processes using SMSs, real-time commanding Test all data flow paths and communications Rehearse data reduction and analysis using custom scripts Exercise decision making process Determine timing for analysis, decision making, and producing Ops Requests Verify SMS products for each iteration GSFC, Teledyne and STScI participated GSFC configured EM-3 unit (CEB-R and LVPS-R) and Build-5 WFC in ESTIF Only first 4 of 8 iterations of the OC were simulated + FT as iter 0 Dry Run took place Feb 9 - March 17

140 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review140 Summary of Results Dry Run was vital for testing analysis software, training analysts, verifying communication and data flow, and exposing problems We verified that we can optimize the parameters by detecting differences in images with different parameter offsets We rehearsed our decision making process by declaring that only 4 iterations were necessary to meet the goals of the OC Issues raised and fixed by Dry Run: - analysis software has been revised/new tasks added - incorrect OPUS keyword issues fixed - Phase II proposal typos and commanding issues fixed - iterations 5 and 6 swapped to allow a full set of visits if we stop early - OC timeline has been extended to allow extra thinking time and to make better use of SMS boundaries

141 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review141 Revised OC Timeline OC now runs for 37 days compared to original 24 days (Oct launch) Timeline has been extended to provide extra thinking time and to make effective use of SMS boundaries

142 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review142 OC Documentation TIR : ACS-R SMOV Optimization Plan - I. Rationale and Strategy (Cheng) TIR : ACS-R SMOV Optimization Plan - II. Implementation and Data Analysis (Sirianni et al.) - to be released this week TIR : ACS-R Multi-Parameter Optimization Constraints (Gilliland et al.)

143 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review143 Functional Test FT was run as iteration 0 to provide starting point for OC Few issues were discovered - these have now been corrected and FT has been run successfully (review at GSFC on March 18) Issues addressed: Gain change from 2 to 1 1 minute settling time added Subarray Y size changed from odd to even number We will hold final rehearsal for FT next week (April 29th) using data from Dry Run

144 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review144 Decision points These are the main decision points we will need to pass during the first few weeks of SMOV:  5/24 FPGA data transfer rate  6/18 Removal of last 4 iterations of optimization campaign  At end of optimization campaign  Clamp and Sample vs Dual slope for SMOV and Science  Decision based on overall performance

145 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review145 If difficulties arise: WFC readout noise is higher than expected at end of OC: Plans in place to review affected ACS Cycle 17 proposals (have been identified by Phase II reviewers) Consider introducing half-speed readout mode in Cycle 18 HRC does not function: All HRC and WFC activities are either separate SMOV proposals or visits - minimal disruption to SMOV plan. Affected Cycle 17 proposals will be reviewed to determine if the science can be executed with other instruments.

146 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review146 Summary Dry Run has provided excellent test of complex Optimization Campaign and allowed us to detect and resolve various issues We now have all data analysis tools in place to conduct OC, make necessary decisions, and communicate results Data analysis tools are also in place for all the other ACS SMOV proposals Conclusion: The ACS team is ready to support SM4 and SMOV

147 FGS SMOV4  -FRR E. Nelan 04/21/09 changes to previous plan are highlighted in red

148 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review148 FGS: Same Team STScI ( plan development, target selections, phase2 proposals, PDB updates, FGS astrometry commanding updates )  E. Nelan  M. Lallo  M. Reinhart  G. Chapman Goodrich ( AMA adjustments to optimize FGS2 )  L. A-Reed  K. Chisholm GSFC ( FGS-FGS alignment, FGS distortion calibration, PDB updates, general engineering support )  E. Kimmer  M. Wenz  A. Bradley And the Guide Star Acquisition Working Group

149 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review149 FGS: Same Objectives Verify FGS1 and FGS3 operations  guide star acquisition test shortly after Health & Safety SMS.  post SMOV4 observations of M35 calibration star field  M35 in Solar Avoidance until mid-August  Migrate these proposals & observations to Cycle 17 Calibration Plan  verifies FGS1r for astrometry Commission FGS2 for operations  AMA adjustment to optimize performance  distortion and alignment calibration  Change: alignment and plate scale calibration only in SMOV4  distortion calibration deferred until Cycle 17, after monitoring program indicates FGS2 has become sufficiently stable  update ground system to support use of FGS2 as a guider  guide star acquisition test with FGS2 (~6 weeks after release)  expedite process to reduce use of FGS3. All (=2) FGS2 Monitoring Proposals have been migrated to Cycle 17 Calibration Plan, using M35.

150 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review150 SM4/FGS CAL/AST Proposals ADSM4 IDCyc17 IDTitleAnalysis FGS FGS1r, FGS2r, FGS3 Pre-SM4 PerformanceSTScI FGS Guide Star Acquisition with FGS1 & FGS3GSFC & STScI FGS Optimizing FGS2 with the AMA (includes FGS2 alignment and plate scale calibration). Goodrich & STScI FGS Post SMOV4 FGS2-FGS AlignmentGSFC & STScI FGS FGS2 Mini-OFADGSFC & STScI FGS Recommissioning FGS1 & FGS3 After SM4STScI FGS Verify Guide Star Acquisition with FGS2GSFC & STScI FGS Near Term Monitoring of FGS2 After SM4STScI grey indicates execution prior to SMOV red indicates activity has been migrated to the Cycle 17 FGS Calibration Plan FGS11,12,13 are satisfied by analysis using data gathered by commissioning and verification proposals

151 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review151 FGS/SM4: Plan Timeline Prior to SMOV4, FGS2 target acquisition parameters have been updated  KB = 0.9  KD =  K5 = 300 Verify guide star acquisition with FGS1 and FGS3 in week-1 Verify these K-factors during week-1 with a post-release ITS observation Observe the three candidate “AMA stars” with FGS1r in Transfer mode (week-1)  Determine which stars are point sources  Find best star to use for the 15 point-of-light test (which executes early in week-3) Optimize FGS2 with the AMA, weeks - 2 & 3 Execute observations for the FGS2-FGS Alignment and Plate Scale Calibrations  BEA target field near the Galactic Bulge, part of the AMA proposal. Ground System Updates (week-5) and FGS2 Guide Star Acquisition Test (week-6) FGS1 & FGS3 verifications migrated to Cycle 17 Calibration Plan FGS2 monitoring & final calibrations migrated to Cycle 17 Calibration Plan

152 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review152 FGS SMOV4 Readiness Status Ready  For a May launch  If launch is delayed beyond May 14, new BEA-compliant targets for AMA and FGS alignment calibrations will be needed.  These will be “swapped in” to the existing proposal.

153 Early Release Observations STScI SM4 DELTA READINESS REVIEW 21 APR Keith Noll

154 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review154 Targets Nine unique targets in ERO plan  includes one parallel field Three targets changed:  two targets are substitutions of identical target type  one substitution is a return to first-choice target  one extragalactic target changed from galaxy to galaxy cluster  one parallel field dropped Target mix remains diverse

155 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review155 Instruments New and repaired instruments utilized  3 WFC3 prime, 2 supporting  3 COS prime  1 STIS prime, 1 supporting  1 ACS prime, 1 parallel WFPC2 archival observations will support STIS target No NICMOS use planned for ERO

156 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review156 Instrument Modes WFC3: UVIS & IR  F438W, F555W, F606W, F814W, F140W  F280N, F373N, F469N, F502N, F656N, F657N, F658N, F665N, F673N, F680N, F126N, F164N COS  G130M, G160M ACS: WFC  F475W, F550M, F625W, F814W  F502N, F658N STIS  G430M, G750M

157 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review157 Phase 2 status All proposals passed PIT Guide star issue for one proposal to be resolved (as of 4/13).

158 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review158 Orbit Total Orbit total reduced by 11 orbits from previous plan Propid OrbitsComment more efficient orient smaller mosaic TOTAL75

159 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review159 Data Acquisition Dates WFC3weeks 9-10 COSweek 10 ACSweeks 7-8, 9-10 (par) STISweeks 4, 10 No anticipated need for fast track data with current schedule

160 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review160 Schedule EROs have reduced risk  COS EROs now after SIAF update ERO press release not tied to any specific events  increases flexibility August is a “slow” news month  press release in September Current schedule allows for adequate processing time

161 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review161 Analysis Initial data analysis by instrument-related teams  COS = IDT (Froning, ), STScI (Keyes)  WFC3 = STScI (Anderson, Bushouse, Noll, RIA/RIS)  STIS = former IDT (Gull +), STScI (Proffitt)  ACS = STScI (IS, RIA/RIS)  estimate 1 week processing time for COS, STIS, ACS; 1.5 weeks for WFC3 (includes mosaicking) WFC3 Team will produce enhanced science-quality data products for the archive after the ERO release Image production  OPO (Levay, Frattare, Noll, Livio)  estimate 3 days per image (total = 21 days) Graphics  OPO (Bacon, Feild, +)  1 day per spectrum  some graphics prepared in advance

162 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review162 Contingencies Targets now span full year  small launch delays have no impact  long delays (months) impact targets and orients 2 gyro contingency:  loss of minutes on all targets  loss of one WFC3 target altogether  one target with narrow July window  six targets have moderate to minimal changes in schedulability (gaps of ~2 weeks or less)

163 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review163 Summary EROs are ready to go! EROs will give us some of the first looks at the new and repaired instruments in a wide array of filters and observing modes.

164 Infrastructure Contingency Planning Doris McClure, IT Services Division Val Schnader, Business Resource Center

165 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review165 Topics Covered Facilities readiness and failover capabilities  Backup power  Building security Essential computer equipment  Planning and scheduling systems  Data Management Systems  Science instrument support systems  Visiting instrument teams  Infrastructure: central storage, network,  Off-hours support during SM4 and SMOV Internet access/data transfer

166 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review166 Backup Power Capabilities All essential network equipment, servers, and storage are located in computer rooms connected to an UPS (uninterruptible power supply)  Provides minutes of backup power In addition, critical servers and core network switches are attached to power generator  Provides unlimited backup power  Covers Planning and Scheduling systems and Data Management System The power generator was successfully tested in March 2009

167 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review167 Building Security – Muller Bldg. Normal operating procedures  Guard stationed at building entrance 24x7  Building open from 7am to 6pm, all visitors must sign in  Access card for entry to building is required outside these hours Changes since last review  Access card is now required inside Muller 24x7  The only internal access allowed without a card is to the Cafeteria, Cafeteria Conference Room, Auditorium, and Lobby (addresses Action A06)  Short/long-term visitors during SM4 and SMOV are being provided access cards for that period (addresses Action A07). Plans during SM4  Access through front door will continue to be from 7am to 6pm  First floor access will continue be controlled 24x7 per change indicated above

168 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review168 Essential Computer Systems - 1 Planning and Scheduling systems  P&S network switch is single point of failure. Maintenance agreement only guarantees next day replacement.  Spare network switch in process of being procured; expect delivery prior to launch  Servers protected against power outages by both UPS and power generator  Desktop systems protected against power outages by UPS  Distributed model ensures that failure of any one system should not affect operations  If entire site (STScI) becomes unusable, STScI can move this function to GSFC where offsite backup servers are in place  Last successful test was performed 10 April 2009 Data Management Systems – no changes  Servers and storage are protected against power outages by both UPS and power generator  No backup/offsite capabilities exist

169 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review169 Essential Computer Systems - 2 Science instrument support systems  Systems are primarily individual desktop/laptop systems  Protection against power failures  Systems in 4 th floor South offices and new offices in 4 th floor Center are protected by UPS and power generator  Other offices are not protected  Alternative locations exist (e.g. Rm 111 “Fishbowl”) that are protected by UPS and power generator in the event of power failure Visiting instrument teams – no changes  Space set up in 135 and N409  Procedure in place to certify visitor systems prior to attaching them to the STScI network  No protection against power failure  Can use Rm 111 in the event of power failure

170 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review170 Essential Computer Systems - 3 Network equipment and central storage system  Critical network equipment (core switches and routers) and the central storage system are protected against power failures by UPS and the power generator  Core switches and routers have failover capability to backup switch/router  Procurement of spare switch for SOGS in progress; expect it to be in house by 12 May  Central storage system has new areas dedicated to SM4/SMOV configured in highly available (RAID6) configuration. Two disks can fail and the storage will continue to function.  Waiver request filed 4/15 to add ~12 TB prior to launch; work scheduled for 4/27 server – no changes  The server is also connected to the UPS and generator  There is no backup server available, however alternatives will be in place:  Use of STScI Information Channel (SIC) via web  Contact list includes alternate addresses for all essential staff

171 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review171 Essential Computer Systems - 4 Off-hours support – no changes  On site support is provided from approximately 7am to 6pm, Monday through Friday  During mission, extra support will be on site as required for quick turn around items  On-call procedures in place for unanticipated failures of essential computer systems  ITSD management will be point of contact and on call 24x7 throughout SM4 and SMOV  Essential IT personnel will be on call and will respond to emergencies

172 April 21, 2009STScI SM4 Delta Readiness Review172 Internet Access/Data Transfer Internet access is required to:  Send/receive all data between STScI and GSFC No backup capability exists at STScI Plans in event of unanticipated, extended failure  Potential use of visitor network (now on Verizon) for certain data transfers  Data from PACOR would need to be transferred via media (e.g. tape)  Planning and Scheduling operations move to GSFC  Science instrument support staff can go to GSFC  Laptops are certified and HSTnet ready  Room 3/144 at GSFC will be available through 8/31 Plans to address outages – no changes  Scheduled outages: NISN sends notices of planned outages well in advance, usually 1-2 weeks. If timing is bad, we will reschedule with GSFC/NISN.  Unscheduled outages: STScI will contact GSFC (Simrall) and/or NISN Help Desk in the event of an unplanned outage and work to resolve as quickly as possible.


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