O/OREOS Mission Dashboard

 
  

Mission Time

  

Mission Phase

- Pre-Launch
 5:25 PST 11/19/10 - Launch
- Acquisition
- Stabilization
- Experiment
 L + 16 months - Experiment Extension
 L + 20 months - Engineering Analyses
- Education Exp
 L + ~ 22 years - De-orbit
   

Satellite Status

 
 Payloads
SESLO Status Recording
SESLO Temp 5.69 C
SEVO Status Recording
SEVO Temp 2.14 C
 
 Bus
S-Band Downlink Operational
Beacon 437.302 MHz Operational
External Can Temp 21.2 C
Battery Voltage 7.494 V
Bus Voltage 3.31 V
 

Ground Segment Status

 
 Control Nodes
SCU Ops Center Primary
CREST Ops Center
Perseus-M1/2
 S-Band Stations
SCU-A Operational
SCU-B
Backup
 Amateur Stations 
SCU-OSCAR Operational
SCU-AutoReceive Operational
SLU-AutoReceive Operational
PA-AutoReceive Operational
WPI-AutoReceive Installed
BAY-AutoReceive Installed 
 
 
  Operational Notes
  The beacon system is being used for system testing.  It will be on/off
  intermittently throughout Summer 2014.
 
  Orbit Estimate (object number 37224)
  OOREOS 
  1 37224U 10062C   14182.18411497 +.00000526 +00000-0 +77177-4 0 04810
 2 37224 071.9716 105.1999 0017963 008.1466 352.0001 14.79827492085025
Satellite Temperature
  
Satellite Currents
 

 

Featured Article

W. Nicholson, et al., "The O/OREOS Mission: First Science Data from the Space Environment Survivability of Living Organisms (SESLO) Payload." Astrobiology, In Press [Online 11-20-11]

  
Fun Fact
More than 500 radio contacts were run with O/OREOS during its first year of on-orbit operation.
 
Beacon Packets
# packets submitted: 91,643
# countries received: 22
 

Mission Links

NASA O/OREOS Site
O/OREOS Mission Synopsis
Beacon Packet Submissions 
O/OREOS Facebook Site
O/OREOS Twitter Site

O/OREOS Beacon Audio

   

Video Streams

YouTube Launch Video
Mission control videolink
  

Featured Photos

Ops team member Laura Bica conducts an outreach event in Mission Control [Rasay]
PA3GUO (Henk) visits the SCU Mission Control Center during a visit to the US [Neumann]

  

On-orbit mission control for the O/OREOS mission is being provided by the students, staff and faculty of Santa Clara University's Robotics Systems Laboratory.

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