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SWI_MOON_LIMB_SCAN_FS
SWI MOON LIMB SCAN FS
Same as SWI_MOON_LIMB_SCAN_PS, except a frequency-switch calibration mode is used instead of position-switch. It enables spending ∼100% of the integration time on-source. Flyby: The atmospheric limb is rapidly scanned to achieve 5km vertical resolution. Two CTS spectra are recorded for 1.5 sec over 210 channels (16 bits coding). GCO: Page 16/156 Sub Millimetre Wave Instrument for JUICE (SWI) The atmospheric limb is scanned up and down rapidly with 10 km altitude steps and with 1.5 sec integration time for two CTS spectra over 130 channels (16 bits coding). If the purity of the spectral band is good enough, there is an option to pre-compute ON−OFF for the CTS before downlink.
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This mode will be used during phases I and III of the flybys, between −3hrs to −1hr and between +1hr to +3hrs from CA. During GCO-500, this mode will be used continuously for 5 orbits (i.e. 16-hrs) and then cycled equally with SWI_MOON_LIMB_STARE_FS, SWI_MOON_NADIR_STARE_FS, and SWI_2D_MAP_FS.
any rule that is used to schedule the observation: repetition rules, continuous (plasma instruments), one-off, every orbit, every day, etc
TBD
conditions that make the observation not possible (e.g. thruster firing)
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Commanding