Update #1: After further investigation, the SNPP spacecraft entered a non-nominal state at ~02:03:22 UTC on Jul 26, 2023. S-NPP is in Mission Point mode and all instruments are currently in a safe mode state. Engineering will continue to restore all instruments and science data. Although the HRD transmitter remains on, Direct Broadcast (DB) users are advised that science data is not available.
All missed data will not be recoverable. No data is available starting at 01:56:11 UTC, July 26, 2023 (Rev #60846).
The NOAA-20 spacecraft (the primary satellite) will continue to provide all the primary JPSS science data needs. Users are advised that when instruments are recovered, products will not be available from PDA until the products are checked out by the instrument and calibration and validation teams. Users who have any questions may directly contact OSPO’s JPSS Data Operations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the ESPC Help Desk on the cc line (ESPCOperations@noaa.gov).
Topic: SNPP data outage/delay, SVL Rev 60847
Date/Time Issued: July 26, 2023 0750Z
or Data Impacted: All SNPP products
Date/Time of Initial Impact: July 26, 2023 0336Z
Date/Time of Expected End: TBD
Length of Outage: TBD
Details/Specifics of Change: SVL Rev 60847 no TLM/Data was received. Data will be recovered on the next rev 60848.
Contact Information for Further Information: ESPC Operations at ESPCOperations@noaa.gov and 301-817-3880.