SDO Overview Ken Schwer Project Manager
LWS Independent Review Team • Louis Demas Chair • Jeff Jones Deputy Chair • Thomas J. Sutliff Programmatics • Richard E. Snyder Programmatics • Louis R. Ignaczak Operations and Communications • TBD Science • Mark K. Jacobs Cost Analysis • Steven M. VanHooser Schedule Analysis • Beth Wahl Systems Engineering • Virginia Leigh Hall Systems Engineering • Dr. Carl J. Rice Optics • Steve Battel Mechanical and Electrical Systems • Ted Hammer Software and Safety & Mission Assurance • Joseph Srour Ionizing Radiation, Energetic Particles • Laura Mills Pointing and Control • John Iacobucci Team support/Coordination
SRR/SCR GSFC Code 300 Review Team • Tom Cygnarowicz Chair • Beth Keer Programmatics • Alan Posey Mechanical • Don Miller Programmatics • Mitch Davis Electrical • Steve Coyle Ground System & Mission Ops. • Federico (Fred) Herrero Detectors • Samuel Placanica GN&C • Scott Glubke Propulsion • Greg Greer Thermal • Steve Scott Systems • Shane Hynes Systems • Mike Hagopian Mechanisms
PDR Preparation Preparation for SDO PDRs planned and guided by: • SDO Checklist for Subsystem PDRs 9/17/03: • Distributed a checklist to guide the various subsystem PDRs & Peer reviews. • “Demonstrate that a sufficiently mature subsystem definition, design, & development/verification process is in place to allow the subsystem development effort to move out of the preliminary design phase & into the final design phase.” • SDO Guideline for Mission PDR preparations 10/3/03 • Distributed a guideline considering the PDR requirements of GSFC Code 300, Code S Handbook, Confirmation Review Requirements, NASA Systems Engineering Handbook, SDO MAR, & SEMP. • “The Preliminary Design Review demonstrates that the “right system” has been chosen by: 1) A preliminary design exists that is compliant with the requirements & operations concept; 2) The cost, schedule, & risk are consistent with project resources & constraints; 3) Justifies that the maturity of the design effort is appropriate to support proceeding with detailed design activities.”
LWS IRT Terms of Reference Phase B to C Confirmation Assessment (CA) • The CA will cover all elements of the life cycle of the mission including the mission definition, design, development, & operations phases. The program documentation will also be provided in draft form if the CA occurs before the SDO Project transition to implementation due to immaturity of the LWS program. For each element, the assessment will stress identifying & qualifying the risks for items that include but are not limited to: TECHNICAL (Road Map)
LWS IRT Terms of Reference Phase B to C Confirmation Assessment (CA) Road Map cont’d MISSION OPERATIONS PROGRAMMATICS
LWS IRT Terms of Reference Phase B to C Confirmation Assessment (CA) Road Map cont’d COST MANAGEMENT SCHEDULE MANAGEMENT
LWS IRT Terms of Reference Phase B to C Confirmation Assessment (CA) Road Map cont’d RISK MANAGEMENT
Road Map for IRT LWS Terms of Reference DOCUMENTATION
Living With a Star (LWS) Program • How and why does the Sun vary? • How does the Earth respond? • What are the impacts to humanity? Living With a Star Science Objectives • SDO is the 1st mission under the Living With a Star (LWS) Program. • LWS is part of NASA’s Sun-Earth Connection (SEC) theme (Space Science Enterprise/Code S). • LWS utilizes a systems approach (inter-related missions) to develop the scientific understanding to address those aspects of the connected Sun-Earth system that directly affect life and society. • Primary goal of the SDO mission is to understand, driving towards a predictive capability, the nature and source of the solar variations that affect life and society by determining. Current LWS Missions
Mission/Project Overview • Received (12/01) NASA HQ Code S approval for GSFC in-house implementation. • Investigations selected thru Announcement of Opportunity process. • Mission development & management at GSFC. • S/C build & Observatory integration/testing will be performed in-house at GSFC. • GSFC responsible for Gnd Sys. development/management & Mission Operations. • Instrument contracts managed by GSFC – Principal Investigators responsible for development of their Instrument & Science Operations Center. • April 2008 EELV launch from KSC into GEO-Transfer Orbit (GTO), circularize to GEO-Sync Orbit, inclined 28.5 degrees with semiannual eclipse seasons. • Spacecraft: robust/redundant, 3-axis stabilized, solar-tracking with low jitter, continuous high rate data (130 Mbps), & 5 year life. • Single ground station with distributed Science Operation Centers. • Non-Science driven level 1 requirements: • 3200 kg SDO Observatory mass allocation with remaining LV lift capability reserved for potential secondary payload. • GTO insertion transfer orbit with a minimum perigee of 300 km for possible secondary GTO payload options.
SDO Driving Requirements & Challenges • High data volume, coupled with tight requirements on data loss & degradation. • Instrument data degradation & loss • Data interruption & loss requirements are critical to Science goals & significantly drives system design (capture 99.99% of the data, 95% of the time). • Geosynchronous orbit • Selected to support continuous data downlink capability; drives mass, launch vehicle, & propulsion requirements & places SDO in high radiation environment. • Long mission life (5 year) • Drives reliability (especially of mechanisms), redundancy, & radiation requirements. • Instrument pointing & stability • Tight pointing & stabilization needed to meet instrument requirements. • Technology enhancements – 4k x 4k CCDs to meet science requirements.
Organization Flow Space Science Enterprise Ed Weiler, Associate Administrator (AA) Chris Scolese, Deputy AA Executive Oversight K. Ledbetter W. Townsend L. Demas D. Perkins J. Campbell Sun-Earth Connection Division Richard Fisher, Division Director Charles Gay, Deputy Director LWS Program Science Madhulika Guhathakurta, LWS Program Scientist (PGS) Barbara Giles, Deputy LWS PGS William Wagner, SDO PGS LWS Program Dana Brewer, LWS Program Executive Headquarters GSFC Center Director: Al Diaz LWS Project Science Chris St. Cyr, LWS Senior Project Scientist Barbara Thompson, SDO Project David Sibeck, Geospace Missions (GM) Scientist Janet Barth, Space Environment Testbeds (SET) Scientist LWS Program Office Nicholas Chrissotimos, Manager Mary DiJoseph, Deputy Manager Robert LeBair, GM Lead SDO Project Office Kenneth Schwer, Manager Robert Lilly, Deputy Manager SET Project Office Neil Barthleme, Manager JHU/APL JHU/APL Director: Richard Roca Key: Program Control; Line Control Oversight Geospace Missions (GM) Project Office TBD, GM Manager TBD, Deputy Manager Geospace Mission Science TBD, GM Mission Scientist
SEC 460 Gilberto Colon Associate Director/Program Manager for SEC Programs Nicholas Chrissotimos Deputy Program Manager Linda Greenslade Program Business Manager Paula Wood Secretary GSFC SEC Program Catherine Mikkelsen Project Support Mgr. Bob Miara Project Support Specialist Patricia St. Aubin Teresa Cooper Dan Paugh Bobbie Power Willie Santos DeLee Smith Mandy Tatum Rosaline Ude Program Support Jim Rogers Kevin Milligan Dennis Wicks Scheduling Debbie Dusterwald Linda Hepler Configuration Mgt. E. Felicite-Maurice EPO Michael Kelly Systems Assur. Mgr. Code 300 Tim VanSant Chief Technologist Pat Logan Procurement Mgr. Code 200 Rex Elliott Julie Janus STP/461 Gilberto Colon Acting Program Manager Don Carson Program Manager Kenneth Ford Deputy Program Manager Richard Ryan Program Business Manager Joanna Gavaghan Secretary LWS/462 Nicholas Chrissotimos Program Manager Mary DiJoseph Acting Deputy Program Manager Linda Greenslade Program Business Manager Paula Wood Secretary Chris St. Cyr Lead Prog. Scientist Code 680 Vacant Program Instrument Systems Mgr. Richard Vondrak Lead Program Scientist Code 690 Vacant Program Instrument Systems Mgr. Steve Aloezos Program Systems Manager Vacant Program Systems Engineer SDO/464 Ken Schwer Project Manager Rob Lilly Deputy Project Mgr. Tom Miller DPMR Barbara Thompson Project Scientist GeospaceMissions Robert Lebair FormulationManager Space EnvironmentTestbeds Tom Dixon (800) Formulation Manager Janet Barth Project Scientist Ken Label Project Technologist STEREO/463 Nicholas Chrissotimos Acting Project Manager Jim Adams Deputy Project Manager Mike Delmont Deputy PM - Instruments Pietro Campanella Deputy PM Resources Michael Kaiser Project Scientist Magnetospheric MultiScale Don Carson Acting Project Manager Gifford Moak Mission Business Mgr. Steve Curtis Project Scientist Magnetospheric Constellation Ken Ford Acting Formulation Mgr. Debbie Dodson Mission Business Mgr. Tom Moore Project Scientist Ken Potocki APL Manager Larry Zanetti APL Lead Scientist Solar B Larry Hill Project Manager MSFC Debbie Dodson Mission Business Mgr. John Davis Project Scientist Geospace Electrodynamics Connections Ken Ford Acting Formulation Manager Debbie Dodson Mission Business Mgr. Joe Grebowsky Project Scientist Status as of 2/26/04
GSFCSDO Project Barbara Thompson Project Scientist Dean Pesnell Assistant Project Scientist Ken Schwer Liz Citrin (post PDR) Project Manager Rob Lilly Deputy PM Tom Miller Deputy PM Resources Education & Public Outreach SEC/LWS Program Team Eliane Larduinat Science Support Jennifer Rumburg Web Development Emilie Drobnes E/PO & Production Science Working Team John Ruffa Mission Systems Engr. Wanda Harrell Business Manager Bob Calvo System Assurance Manager Dave Ward Spacecraft Systems Eng. Manuel Maldonado Software Systems Eng. Tom Kenney GN&C Systems Eng. Wendy Morgenstern Deputy GN&C Sys. Engr. Josephine San Debris Engineer Steve Merrihew Instrument Sys. Eng. Chad Salo Instr. Accommodation Eng. Mike Bay Pete Gonzales Systems Support Sharon Straka Contamination Mike Xapsos Radiation Dennis Krus Antonio Reyes Noman Siddiqi Parts Engineer Richard Marriott Materials Ellen Berkeley Renee McCaskill Resource Analyst Belinda Barker Terri Lynne Hynson Jack Arrison Project Support Toni Hegarty Marsha Gosselin Configuration Control Jim Perry Mike Lilly Scheduling Carol Hamilton Rick Stickle Safety Matt Samuel Marvin Roush Tom Manson Reliability Jerry Klein Risk Management Mike Garner Software QA Mike Jones Steve Himes Hardware QA Carlos McKenzie Kathy Tennant Contracting Officer Barry Murphy Intranet Development Barbara Lambert Photo & Video Tom Anderson Instrument Systems Manager Brent Robertson Observatory Manager Raymond Pages Ground System & Mission Operations Manager Wendy Morgenstern ACS Gary Davis Propulsion Bob Defazio Flight Dynamics Rich Hollenhorst EGSE Systems Dennis Hewitt Systems Development Engr. Kevin Hughes L.V. I/F & Verification Engr. David Amason I&T Bill Potter Deputy Gnd Sys. Mgr. Hun Tann MOC Implementation Jeff Ferrara Flight Operation Joe Howard FOT Tom Bialas Mike Uffer Data Distribution Marco Midon Antenna/Facility Chris Spinolo Network & Comm. Robert Oertly Test & Verif. HMI Philip Scherrer (PI) AIA Alan Title (PI) EVE Tom Woods (PI) Jack McCabe C&DH Mike Powers Ka-Band Comm. Maria Lecha S-Band Comm. Mark Walters Flight Software Harry Culver Subsys Data Node Amri Hernandez-Pellerano Subsys Pwr Node Giulio Rosanova Mechanical Dan Nguyen Dan Powers Thermal Rich Barclay Mechanisms Denney Keys Power Paul Kim Gary Won Electrical Mike Scott HMI Instrument Mgr. Eric Grob AIA Instrument Mgr. John VanBlarcom EVE Instrument Mgr. Tech. Support Team Ken Lee Mechanisms Pete Shu CCDs Craig Weikel Eliane Larduinat Stephania Young Frank Scooville Systems Engineering Update: 03/01/04
Paul Kim Electrical Systems Gary Won Electrical Systems Engineer Code 565 Elec. Systems Expert Team Elec. Systems Analysis Mike Blasi Harness Engineer Vernon McCarter Lead Technician for Harness Fabrication Harness Fab Team Harness Technicians GSFC SDO Project Observatory Subsystems Brent Robertson Observatory Manager Jack McCabe C&DH Wendy Morgenstern ACS Sharon Straka Contamination Bob DeFazio Flight Dynamics Denney Keys Power Mike Powers Ka-band Comm. Dan Nguyen Thermal Ed Gaddy Solar Array (Lead) Leo Lee Battery (Lead) Mike Burns PSE (Lead) David Sullivan Battery GSE (Lead) Joel Gambino ACS Hardware (Lead) Bob Spagnuolo ACE Box Lead Steve Andrews ACS Analysis (Lead) Tom Correll Dynamic Simulator Lead Stephn Leake Simulator Software Lead Agbontaen Imasuen Simulator Hardware Lead Ron BaraschDeputy PDLSteve SchumacherSubSystems Sys EngLarry PackManufacturing Lead EngHarry CulverData System LeadChris DaileyHigh Speed Bus Lead EngKevin HawkinsKa_Comm Card LeadTom WinkertDownlink ASIC LeadJames Calderwood Phyllis Hestnes Test Analysis John FolkS_Comm Lead EngLars HovmandDC/DC Card Lead PSE ASD Card LeadNoosha HaghaniBackplane Card Lead FPGA Design SupportKen LiSingle Board Computer Lead EngKevin BallouBulk Memory Card LeadLee Nearhoof FPGA Design Support Dan Powers Thermal Engineer Dave Steinfeld Thermal Engineer Patsy Dickens Amani Ginyard Contamination Engineer Project Support Michael Woronowicz Amy DeLisa Contamination Eng Analytical Support Victor Sank Ka-Band Systems Jeff Jaso Ka-Band Transmitter Xuan Nguyen Ka-Band Modulator Ken Hersey Ka-Band HGA Chad Mendelsohn Flight Dynamics Analyst Seth Shulman Flight Dynamics Gary Davis Propulsion Dewey Willis I & T Jon Lewis Components Apurva Varia Analysis Mike Wilks Steve Graham John Zahniser Technicians Dennis Hewitt Systems Development Eng. Maria Lecha S-band Comm. Kevin Hughes Verification Eng Giulio Rosanova Mechanical Systems Richard Barclay Mechanisms Harry Culver Subsys Data Node Dave Amason I&T Lead Chuck Monroe Gimbal Mechanical Eng Carlos Lugo Gimbal Electrical Engineer Suk Yoon Designer Gimbal System Ken Lee Instrument Mechanisms Don Wood Senior I&T Engineer Vacant Lead Test Conductor Kevin Hughes Mechanical Sys Supp Peter Mule Structural Analysis Lead Jeff Bolognese Sr Analytical Supp Nick Galassi Sr Analytical Supp Jeanne Palmer Ray Suziedelis Steve Chaykovsky Jim Jeans Analytical Supp Carlton Miller Dynamic Analysis Danielle Vigneau Inst Module Lead Eng Ben Rodini Composite Structures Support (OB) Keith Thompson Designer-Inst Module Dave Robinson S/C Bus Lead Engineer Chris Johnson Designer-S/C Bus Module Paul Connors Propulsion - Mech Sys-Lead Eng Rick Bitzel Designer Propulsion Module Jason Hair Deployables/Mech Lead Eng Suk Yoon Designer Deployables/Mech Steve Patton Lead Mechanical Technician Karl Schuler George Mooney Brian Kittle Hal Baesch Technician Support Mark Walters Flight Software Ru Perera CM Librarian Rick Coon Test Lead Vacant Test Eng Maint Team Vacant Test Eng Maint Team Vacant Test Eng ACS Team Vacant Test Eng ACS Team Vacant Test Eng OPS Team Vacant Test Eng OPS Team Janet McDonald Test Eng Ann Koslosky Test Eng. Lisa Hoge ACS S/W Lead Peter Kutt ACS S/W Eng Lou Hallock ACS S/W Eng Dave McComas/PT ACS Software Eng Dave Dawson ACS S/W Eng Tawanda Jacobs GCE S/W Eng Kimberly Hawkins ACE S/W Eng Robert Bjork ACS S/W Eng Steve Mann ACE S/W Eng Mark Walters C&DH S/W Lead Joseph Polk S/W Engineer Steve Slegel S/W Engineer Alex Schoening S/W Engineer Peter Kutt S/W Eng SSN Common S/W Ezre Yeheskeli PSE S/W Eng Ronald Miller S/W Engineer Alan Cudmore/PT S/W Engineer Dwaine Molock/PT S/W Engineer Amri Hernandez-Pellerano Subsys Power Node Rich Hollenhorst EGSE Roger Miller EGSE Support Update: 03/01/04
4/24 4/19 SDO Progress Ground Sys. SRR Pre-Prop. Conf. Proposals Received Code S Approval For GSFC In-House Project Kickoff Mtg. Mission Definition Retreat SRR/SCR 1st External Review S/C Subsys PDRs Systems Retreat Mission PDR HMI PDR 1/9/04 3/12 3/28 4/8 11/20 9/5 9/30 12/20/01 2/1 12/5 Instrument Accommodation Assessment Start Trades & Concepts Phase A Phase B Staffing 1/18/02 3/7 6/25 8/19 2/11/03 10/2 9/3/03 12/18 2/17 3/4 1st Monthly Status Mtg. SDO AO Released Internal Science Kickoff @ MD Sci. Ctr. Instruments Under Contract Systems Requirements Retreat AIA Accomm. PDR Initial Confirmation Review EVE PDR Instruments Selected Gnd. Sys. Element Peer Reviews Formulation Status To SEC
Programmatic Changes since SCR • ICR decision: SHARPP instrument suite (KCOR, Magritte, & SPECTRE) removed from SDO & replaced with the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) from LMSAL. • Contract in place late Oct 2003. LMSAL team was already working on SDO’s HMI instrument, so they were familiar with Project, requirements, interfaces, & design. • From a science standpoint, AIA replaces the science provided by Magritte & SPECTRE. AIA based on successful TRACE telescope design/heritage. Coronagraph no longer part of mission. • Accommodation: S/C resources available, S/C mods minor, HMI/AIA SOCs combined, LMSAL providing GTs. • Optics Free Spectrometer (OFS) assembly removed from EVE (approved by NASA HQ SEC) due to the high development risk (identified at SCR). • EVE determined an alternate & low risk approach for performing calibration checks. Involves incorporation/use of additional calibration photo diodes to monitor short term calibration changes on-orbit & sounding rocket under flights for periodic checks of absolute calibration changes. • As part of ICR approval letter from NASA Code S, Project received direction to use 4/08 as the new launch date to meet LWS funding profile. • GSFC Instrument Managers in place for all PIs. • GSFC mgmt. assignments associated with Lunar Exploration effort resulted in Ken Schwer moving to National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) Preparatory Project (NPP) and Liz Citrin replacing Ken as the SDO PM (post PDR transition).
SDO Observatory with AIA Current SDO Configuration with AIA Instrument PreviousSDO Configuration with SHARPP Instrument SPECTRE AIA KCOR Magritte
SDO Observatory Instrument Module SDO Investigations: • Helioseismic Magnetic Imager (HMI); PI: Phil Scherrer – Stanford; Images the Sun’s helioseismic and magnetic fields to understand the Sun’s interior and magnetic activity. • Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) and Guide Telescopes (GT): PI: Alan Title – LMSAL; Multiple simultaneous, high-resolution images of the corona over a wide range of temperatures. • Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment (EVE); PI: Tom Woods – LASP, Univ. of CO; measures the solar extreme ultraviolet (EUV) irradiance to understand variations. HMI EVE AIA SUITE (2) Solar Arrays S/C Bus & Prop. Modules • Approximate characteristics: • Mass: 3200 kg, 30% margin • Width: 2.25 m • Height: 5.25 m (2) Antenna Booms
SDO Spacecraft Bus Delta IV 4 m dia. Fairings Atlas V
HMI - Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager PI: Phil Scherrer, Stanford Univ. • HMI Overview:The primary scientific objectives of the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) investigation are to study the interior sources and mechanisms of solar variability and to study the relationship of these internal physical processes to surface magnetic field structure and activity. • Measurement Requirements:(a)Stabilized ~1 arcsec resolution full-disk Doppler velocity and line-of-sight magnetic flux images at least every 50 seconds for Helioseismology studies and (b) Stabilized ~ 1 arcsec resolution full-disk vector-magnetic images of the longitudinal solar magnetic field at least every 90 seconds for magnetic variability studies • Project Drivers: Development of 4k x 4k CCDs and companion readout electronics. • HMI implementation: • Stanford University is lead institution and provides the Science Operations Center, science team coordination, helioseismology and magnetic field science, and E/PO • Lockheed-Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab provides HMI instrument and magnetic field science • Current Status: Successfully completed PDR • Heritage: MDI, FPP, SECCHI and SXI CCD (2) CEB (2) Michelson/ Lyot Assy Image Stabilization Telescope Assy HMI Optics Package Assembly HMI Electronics Box Key Milestones
HMI Organization Philip Scherrer HMI Principal Investigator Alan Title HMI-LMSAL Lead Deborah Scherrer Educ. & Public Outreach Science Team Jesper Schou Instrument Scientist Rock Bush HMI-Stanford Prg. Mgr. Larry Springer LMSAL SDO Prg. Mgr. Rick Bogart Data Access Rasmus Larsen Processing & Analysis Lead Jim Aloise Ground System Lead Barbara Fischer HMI Deputy Prg. Mgr. Edgar Thomas Camera Electronics Dexter Duncan CCDs John Miles System Engineering Rose Navarro Thermal Mike Levay Integration & Test Russ Lindgren Electrical Lead Glenn Gradwohl Mechanical Lead Dave Akin Mechanism Lead Rick RairdenOptical Elements Jerry Drake Inst. Software Lead
Telescope Assembly Guide Telescope CCD/CEB Radiators AIA – Atmospheric Imaging Assembly PI: Alan Title, LMSAL AIA Overview: AIA studies the active dynamics of the solar atmosphere in high spatial resolution and high temporal cadence in several spectral (and therefore temperature) regions including the extreme ultraviolet (EUV). AIA focuses on the evolution of the magnetic field in the Sun’s atmosphere and its interaction with embedded and surrounding plasma including the flaring and non-flaring corona. Measurement Requirements:AIA measures stabilized full-disk ~1.2 arcsec resolution images of the solar chromosphere, transition region and inner corona over a temperature range of 0.005 to 20 MK in eight spectral channels with an image cadence of 10 seconds. This will allow discovery of the causal relationship between the relatively slow magnetic field revolution and energy storage, and the rapid energy releases in flares and CME’s, which have a direct effect on earth’s environment. Project Drivers: Development of 4k x 4k CCD’s and associated readout electronics, and the schedule recovery from the late inclusion of AIA on the SDO mission. AIA Implementation: Lockheed Martin Solar Astrophysics Laboratory (LMSAL) is responsible for the AIA investigation including the development, delivery and operation of the AIA instrument and the development and conduct of the AIA science data processing. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) is a key partner (subcontractor) both scientifically and in development of major instrument subsystems. Current Status: A definitized contract was established February 12, 2004 for Phases A and B. Heritage: TRACE, SOHO/EIT Milestones: Nov ’03: Ltr. Contract; begin Phase A Mar ’04: PDR-1 Apr ’04: PDR-2 Nov ’04: CDR Feb ’07: Deliver to GSFC Apr ’08: Launch
SAO Subsystems – Golub System Engr. – Carpenter Optics – Wülser Mechanical – Chou Thermal – Yanari Integ. & Test – Levay Guide Telescope – Wülser System Engr. – Miles / Carpenter (A) Optics – Rairden Mechanical – Gradwohl Thermal – Navarro Integ. & Test – Levay LMSAL SDO Organization James Lemen AIA Inst. Scientist Alan Title AIA Principal Investigator & HMI-LMSAL Lead Phil Scherrer HMI Principal Investigator Stanford University Karel Schrijver AIA Science Lead Jake Wolfson Technical Advisor Frank Friedlaender Resource Manager Edward McFeaters Mission Assurance Larry Springer Program Manager Rock Bush HMI Program Manager Brock Carpenter System Engineering Ruth Mix Configuration Mgmt. Rock Bush Combined SOC Development HW & SW Gary KushnerWolfson (A) AIA Deputy PM Barbara Fischer HMI Deputy PM Drake Software Akin Mechanisms Lindgren Electronics Duncan CCDs Thomas Camera Electronics HMI & AIA SOC
EVE - EUV Variability Experiment PI: Tom Woods, LASP/CU Instrument Overview: EVE measures the solar extreme ultraviolet (EUV) irradiance as needed for Space Weather operations and critical for LWS geospace research of the ionosphere and thermosphere. Measurement Requirements: Measure the solar EUV irradiance shortward of 105 nm, with 0.1 nm resolution longward of 10 nm, with 20-sec time cadence, and with 25% absolute accuracy over the prime 5-year mission. Project Drivers: Obtaining 1024 x 2048 CCDs from MIT on schedule, obtaining flight gratings on schedule, obtaining SDN and S/C Simulator electronics from GSFC on schedule, and new CCD radiator design (prototype radiator under test now). Current Status: In Phase B, preparing for PDR (Dec. 17/18). Also, descoped the OFS subassembly as risk mitigation for schedule. Replaced the OFS in-flight calibration capabilities by extending ESP spectral coverage, adding zeroth-order diode traps for MEGS, and requiring annual underflight rocket calibrations. Has little or no impact on science, budget, or schedule. Task Milestones/Products: Sept. 02 Began Phase A July 03 Completed Concept Study Report (Phase A) Dec. 17-18 EVE Preliminary Design Review (PDR) Sept. 04 EVE Critical Design Review (CDR) Nov. 06 Delivery to GSFC
EVE Organization GSFC SDO Program Office Science Management Frank Eparvier, Proj Sci Don Woodraska, DP Mgr EVE PI Thomas Woods LASP Administration Daniel Baker, Director Caroline Himes, Adm Officer Steve Erickson, EVE Contract Project Manager Michael Anfinson EVE Science Team System Engineering Greg Ucker, Lead Rick Kohnert Gail Tate, SSE Quality Assurance Sherry McGlochlin LASP Engineering Mike McGrath, LASP Eng Dir Jim Westfall, LASP EE Mgr Heather Reed, LASP ME Mgr Neil White, EVE EE Lead Roger Gunderson, EE Eng Steve Steg, EVE ME Lead Bret Lamprecht, Thermal David Crotser, Optical Ginger Drake, CCDs Integration & Test Rick Kohnert, Test Mgr Gail Tate, EVE SOC Mgr Mission Operations Randy Davis, LASP MO Dir Gail Tate, EVE SOC Mgr -MIT LL- CCDs for MEGS Greg Berthiaume, MIT PI David Weitz, MIT PM -LASP- MEGS IEM -USC- ESP Darrell Judge, USC PI Don McMullin, USC PM Andrew Jones, USC Sci -USC Contractors- Swales, Mech Space Instruments, Elec -NRL- Don McMullin, ESP Sci
SDO Ground System Architecture S-Band: TRK, Cmd & HK Tlm SDO Ground Site #2 (White Sands) S-Band HK Tlm, TRK Data External S-Band S-Band: TRK, Tracking Station Acquisition ground system Cmd & HK Tlm Data (Includes 72-hr storage) Cmd Same Interfaces Ka-Band: 150 Mbps Science Data Ka-Band as Prime Ground Site ground system (Includes 48-hr storage) S-Band: TRK, Cmd & HK Tlm Ka-Band: 150 Mbps Science Data SDO Ground Site #1 SDO Mission Operations Center Observatory Commands (White Sands) Acquisition Data S-Band Flight Dynamics ground system Telemetry & Command (T&C) System Station Control System (Includes 72-hr storage) Observatory Housekeeping Telemetry Orbit Determination Ka-Band Tracking Data Maneuver Planning ASIST / FEDS ground system Product Generation Telemetry Monitoring Station Status R/T Attitude Determination (Includes 48-hr storage) Command Management Sensor/Actuator Calibration HK Data Archival (DHDS) Status and Control Ka Science Data HK Level-0 Processing Mission Planning & Scheduling Automated Operations Data Distribution DDS Control plan daily/periodic events Anomaly detection create engineering plan System DDS Status Generate Daily Loads (Incl. 30-Day ) Science Data Storage Ground Station Trending Control System HMI Science Data AIA EVE 55Mbps Science Data Science Data Alert Notification System (ANS) DDS 67Mbps 7 Mbps Control System R/T Housekeeping Telemetry HMI AIA JSOC (Stanford / LMSAL/ R/T Housekeeping Telemetry EVE SOC Palo Alto Ca.) (LASP / Boulder Co.) Memory dumps Simulated commands Flight software loads Simulated housekeeping telemetry Science Planning and FDS Products Flight Software Maintenance Lab (FLATSAT) Instrument Commands / Loads
Q2 Q2 Q2 Q3 Q3 Q3 Q4 Q4 Q4 Q1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q1 Q2 Q2 Q3 Q3 Q4 Q4 SDO Project Summary Schedule CY 2000 CY 2001 CY 2002 ‘99 CY 2003 CY 2004 CY 2005 CY 2006 CY 2007 CY 2008 Q4 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q1 Start Implementation 7/04 PCAMILESTONES (5 Yrs B/L EPM 5/13) 4/04 LRR Pre-Form Formulation Ops Implementation Phase C/D Phase A Phase B 2/05 3/04 4/03 9/03 4/08 6/04 1/07 1/08 MISSIONMILESTONES LAUNCH SRR/ SCR CR CDR ICR PDR PER PSR AO Rel Inst. Selections 12/06 INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT 1/02 8/02 Ship Procure Build/Test 2 mo.s AO Process Concepts/Design/Long Lead 9/02 Award Contracts Integration of Instrument Module & Funct. Test 20 days SPACECRAFT DEVELOPMENT 1/06 10/06 In-House ATP Procure Build Comp.s S/C Int. S/C Bus Studies 1.75 mo Concepts/Design/Long Lead 8/07 2/07 OBSERVATORY ENVIRONMENTAL TEST Obs Env. 5.75 mo.s (7 mo.s) 1/05 1/07 2/06 GROUND SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 1/08 GS CDR GS MOR GS TRR Procure Freeze Procure/Develop/Test Ship 3 mo.s Concepts/Design 6/04 L.V. Contract Award 2/08 LAUNCH VEHICLE DEVELOPMENT (36 mo.s) LV Development/Integration Launch 2 wks Code M ATP & Issue RFO L-30 month funding profile 4/08 10/05 2/04 March 3, 2003 Kenneth Schwer Reserve (8 months) Legend: Milestone Progress Bar or End of the Month
SDO Road to Confirmation • S/C Independent Cost Estimate (ICE) data delivery to IRT 2/23/04 • Instrument ICE data delivery to IRT 3/1 • IRT delivers ICE inputs to SDO 3/5 • LWS NAR follow-up Review 3/8 • SDO Mission PDR/NAR 3/9-12 • SDO meeting on ICE Inputs Week of 3/8 • IRT meeting on ICE Inputs 3/12 • IRT members deliver NAR reports to Chair & Deputy Chair 3/19 • IRT evaluation of ICE uncertainties telecon Between 3/26 & 4/2 • ICE Peer Review (IPAO) 4/7 • IPAO Peer Review 4/8 • Final IRT charts to Program/Project 4/12 • IPAO Delta-Peer Review 4/20 • GSFC PMC briefing 4/23 • Deputy AA pre-brief 5/17 • EPMC briefing 5/26 • Confirmation review (Agency PMC) 6/2
Risk Management • Risk Management Plan baselined & released by SDO CM. • Instrument teams using it to model their SDO-specific Risk Management Plans. • Continuous Risk Management conducted on a monthly cycle. • Risk Coordinator conducts Risk Identification/updates/status with SDO team 2nd week of month. • Systems Engineering Risk Validation Board 3rd week of month. • Risk Management Review Board end of month. • Update Risk List & create 5x5 Top Risks for management reporting 1st week of month. • System has been in place for 1 year.
7 5 7 6 6 4 1 2 3 Approach M - Mitigate W - Watch A - Accept R - Research Criticality L x C Trend Decreasing (Improving) Increasing (Worsening) Unchanged New Since Last Period High Med Low New SDO Risk Assessment (1 of 6) As of 2/27/04 5 L I K E L I H O O D PE 4 PE 2 PE PE New 3 1 PE PE MP 1 MP PE MP 2 1 PE 3 PE 2 MP 1 PE 7 MP 1 MP 1 MP 3 MP 2 MP 1 PE 1 1 PE 3 PE 3 PE 2 MP 2 MP 1 2 3 4 5 CONSEQUENCES Currently tracking 44 risks.
SDO Risk Assessment (2 of 6) As of 2/27/04 High
SDO Risk Assessment (3 of 6) As of 2/27/04 High Med
SDO Risk Assessment (4 of 6) As of 2/27/04 Med
SDO Risk Assessment (5 of 6) As of 2/27/04 Med Low
SDO Risk Assessment (6 of 6) As of 2/27/04 Low
SDO Project Reserves Cost*: Addressed during 3/12 NAR Presentation 8.0 mos 4.08 yrs (Unscheduled Months) Schedule: 1.96 mos/yr = = Years until 4/08 launch (Allocated - Estimated)% Mass**: 1785kg - 1379.1kg = 405.9kg = 29.4% 1379.1kg 1379.1kg = Estimated (Allocated - Estimated)% 1457.9w - 1121.3W = 336.6W = 30.0% 1121.3W 1121.3W Power***: = Estimated *For now & until POP04 work, cost reserve based on POP03-1 R&D (not full cost) new development budget. **Dry mass margin measures mass margin against maximum dry mass, with maximum propellant load assumed, should be 25% at PDR. Value corresponds to Mission PDR presentation. ***Power margin is calculated assuming one failed battery cell, with battery voltage at end of eclipse. Margin without any failed cells is 47.4%, should be 25% at PDR. Value corresponds to Mission PDR presentation.
Road Map for IRT LWS Terms of Reference Risks going into SDO Confirmation Assessment (PDR/NAR)
SDO Performance, Schedule, & Budget per Requirements & Guidelines Tremendous Progress since SRR/SCR SDO READY for PDR
Risk ImpactRanking Safety-related Risk: Includes the potential for personnel injury and/or damage to hardware/facilities. The SDO Risk Management process is not intended to replace the existing system safety process; safety related risks shall continue to be addressed and documented in hazard analyses. Safety related risk shall be entered into the Risk Management system only when additional resources are required (in addition to those already allocated) for hazard mitigation or when there are conflicting priorities regarding Safety, Mission Performance and/or Project Execution. Mission Performance-related Risk: Includes the potential for impact to Flight/Ground segments during operations (i.e., "end products" performing their desired functions in their operational environments). This aspect of risk addresses the potential of not meeting mission requirements, possibly resulting in degraded science or total loss of mission. Project Execution-related Risk: Includes the potential for impact to development activities or the ability to deliver the required product within the allocated budget, schedule and technical resources. This aspect of risk addresses programmatic risk related to delivering a fully functioning observatory to the launch site on time and within budget.
Risk Likelihood Ranking • SDO Likelihood Ranking Has Three Scales • Safety Risks are Ranked Using the Scale Defined in NPG 8715.3 • Mission Performance Risks are Ranked Using a Logarithmic Scale • Project Execution Risks are Ranked Using a Linear Scale