|3GM_USO_ON||USO is SWON and muted||3GM|
|3GM_RADIO_OCCULTATIONS||The radio science experiment 3GM, with its dual-frequency radio links (X and Ka-band) referenced to an ultrastable oscillator (USO), is performed as JUICE spacecraft moves in and out of occultation. Occultations occur throughout the jovian tour, but their phasing is not always synchronized with the timing of dedicated Jupiter observations by the other orbiter experiments. For instance, there are no occultations by Jupiter during the equatorial phase in 2030 and only 2 during the inclined orbital phase in 2031. The mission phase with the greatest number of Jupiter occultations (26) is the transfer to the Ganymede mission phase in 2032. The current planning tour offers a fairly regular sampling of latitudes between 54Â° S and 17Â° N and a rather global longitudinal coverage. USO unmuted, HAA in NOMINAL SCIENCE.
Note that 2 other options exist for torus occultations but are not (yet) defined in the database||3GM|
|3GM_HAA_STANDBY||HAA in STANDBY mode||3GM|
|3GM_GRAVITY_FOR_EPHEMERIDES||KaT ON during communication windows ||3GM|
|3GM_GRAVITY||KaT and HAA for gravity science||3GM|
|3GM_BISTATIC_RADAR||characterization of the surface by determination of roughness, dielectric constant of surface material and material density. The chosen antenna points towards surface, radio signal reflects from surface and received on ground. USO unmuted||3GM|
|3GM HAA CALIBRATION||HAA in NOMINAL SCIENCE