Casasanta, Ralph T. (GSFC-762.0)[COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP (WFF)]
ralph.t.casasanta at nasa.gov
Mon Jul 13 11:37:45 PDT 2009
The LRO MOC will post our NAIF products to the JPL/NAIF site about 2-3 times during the mission. The first time won't occur until about L+4 months, give or take.
The posting at the LROC site might be just the Mission Baseline Ephemeris (MBE) for the commissioning phase. However, remember that this is a predictive ephemeris.
LRO will only archive definitive SPKs and CKs.
Hope this helps.
LRO GS&O System Engineering Team
B32, Room E140D
Mailto: Ralph.T.Casasanta at nasa.gov
From: Neil Ottenstein [mailto:Neil.Ottenstein at ai-solutions.com]
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2009 1:23 PM
To: 'Joe Knapp'; spice_discussion at naif.jpl.nasa.gov
Cc: Casasanta, Ralph T. (GSFC-762.0)[COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP (WFF)]
Subject: RE: [Spice_discussion] LRO
I know that various LRO kernels have been generated.
It is another question as to where they are in the process after that.
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[mailto:spice_discussion-bounces at naif.jpl.nasa.gov] On Behalf Of Joe Knapp
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 9:53 AM
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Subject: [Spice_discussion] LRO
Will LRO kernels be posted to the NAIF web site data area? None are
currently there as far as I can tell, although Downloads @ LROC
http://lroc.sese.asu.edu/downloads.html has a mission baseline spk
kernel, version 8 (assuming the June 17 launch date instead of June 18
as it turned out).
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