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  • 1. The Role of Science and Operations in the James Web Space Telescope Mission Development Presenter D.G. Hunter Co-authors H.S. Stockman K.S. Long Track T5 May 20, 2004
  • 2. JWST Science
    • Detect First Light (After the Big Bang)
      • First luminous objects - protogalaxies, supernovae, black holes
    • Assembly of Galaxies
      • Merging of protogalaxies, effects of black holes, history of star formation
    • Birth of Stars and Planetary Systems
      • How stars form in dust clouds
      • How chemical elements are produced and recirculated
    • Planetary Systems and the Origins of Life
      • Formation of planets
      • Direct observation of other systems
      • Outer Solar System
  • 3. Observatory Design Features Science Instruments Spacecraft Sunshield 25 m 2 Primary Mirror
  • 4. JWST Will Operate at Sun-Earth L2
    • L2 allows blocking Sun, Earth & Moon light
    • Passive cooling to ~50K
    • Stable environment
    • Easy communication
  • 5. Science Instruments Guider MIRI NIRSpec NIRCam
  • 6. Science Instruments
    • Mid-Infra-Red Instrument (MIRI)
      • 100x sensitivity over previous systems
      • Imaging and spectroscopy capability
      • 5 to 28 microns
      • Cooled to 7K by Cryostat or Cyrocooler
      • Combined ESA/NASA contributions
    • Fine Guidance Sensor (FGS)
      • Ensures guide star availability with >95% probability at any point in the sky
      • Includes Tunable filters for Narrowband Imaging
      • CSA provided
    • Near Infra-Red Camera (NIRCam)
      • Detects first light
      • 0.6 to 5 microns
      • 4 Imaging modules each with a 2.3’ x 2.3‘ FOV (short 4kx4k, long 2kx2k)
      • Coronagraph capability
      • FPA’s passively cooled to 30K
      • UofAz/LMATC instrument
    • Near Infra-Red Spectrometer (NIRSpec)
      • Studies galaxy formation, clusters, chemical abundances, star formation, and kinematics
      • 0.6 to 5 microns
      • Simultaneous spectra of >100 objects
      • 9 square arc minute field of view
      • FPA’s passively cooled to 30K
      • Resolving powers of ~100 and ~1000.
      • ESA provided with NASA Detectors & Microshutter
  • 7. Operations
    • Five year mission lifetime - propellant tanks sized for 10 years
    • Guaranteed Time Observations for Instrument Scientists
    • General Observing via a peer reviewed proposal selection process (as for the Hubble Space Telescope)
    • Scheduling (long-term and short-term observation plans)
    • Event driven execution of uploaded operations plan
    • On-board procedures, high level commands
    • Data download and archive
    • On-the-Fly data calibration
  • 8. Mission Schedule
  • 9. Mission Participants
      • NASA
      • ESA
      • CSA
      • Project lead at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
      • Observatory Contractor: Northrop Grumman Space Technology (NGST)
      • Science and Operations Center at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
  • 10. The STScI Hubble Heritage
    • Successful preparation and checkout of 10 instruments (+2 in SM4).
    • Proven and evolving software systems for all aspects of science operations:
      • Proposal management
      • Guide star selection (GSC II)
      • Science planning (APT)
      • Scheduling (Spike)
      • Hubble archive
      • “ On-the-fly” calibration management (OPUS)
      • Grants management (GMS)
    • Outstanding record of public and astronomical outreach
  • 11. STScI Role in JWST
    • Manage the science program from observing program solicitation and selection to grants management and science outreach support.
    • Operate JWST - beginning in commissioning
    • Develop the science and operations ground systems
    • Perform ground segment verification
    • Perform end to end testing
    • Scientific and Public outreach
    • Support the Project and JWST teams during the development phase:
      • Mission architecture & system engineering
      • ISIM & Scientific instruments & ISIM flight software
      • Optics and wavefront sensing and control
      • Science and operations input to many working groups
  • 12. The JWST Ground System
  • 13. JWST Ground Processes Proposal Preparation Proposal Selection Science Planning Operations Scheduling Flight Operations Data Management Data Archive Ground Sys Engineering/ Maintenance Flight System Eng Testbeds & Simulators Flight Dynamics Wavefront Control Instrument Calibration Command Management Flight SW Maintenance Astronomers
    • Uplink
    • - Observation Plan
    • - Ephemeris
    • - Commands
    • Flight S/W
    • Ranging
    JPL Deep Space Network JWST Ground Processes and Key Relationships
    • Downlink
    • - Event Logs
    • R/T Eng Telemetry
    • Recorded Telemetry
    • Ranging
    • Flight S/W
    JWST - On-Line Documentation - Electronic Forms - Proposal Tools - TAC review - Electronic Forms - Long-term plan - Weekly schedule - WFE Sensing - WFE Control - Station Keeping - Weekly Schedule - Contact Schedule - Eng Activities - Command Loads - R/T Operations - Uplinks - State evaluation - Data capture - Eng Trend - L0 Processing - Sci Data QA - SI Calibration - Short Term Storage - Long-Term Storage (Sci & Eng) - Browsing - Retrieval - SI Calibration - Distribution - WFE Determination - Mirror Actuator Commands - FSW Upgrades - Patches - Tables - SI Procedures - Anomaly Analysis - GSW Requirements - Data Base Management - Vendor OS & Tools - Ground HW / SW Maintenance / Upgrades - H/W Testbeds - SW Simulators - System I&T - SSM/OTA/ISIM Test Environment - Orbit Determination - Station Keeping - Ephemeris - Momentum Monitoring - Anomaly Analysis - Eng Trend Analysis - Degradation Prediction - FSW Requirements - Algorithms - Reference Data - Performance Reports - Proposals - Science Data - Visit Scripts
  • 14. The Planning System Interface
    • Exposure Time calculators
    • Optimum background/roll range
    • Orientation planning with Guide Star Catalog II
      • Target coordinates in JWST frame
      • NIRSpec target selection tool
      • Allowable & Optimum roll angles
      • Dither pattern selection and optimization
      • Predicted glare from bright objects
      • Acquisition/offset target selection
    • Calibration & engineering operations will also be planned using this planning tool.
    Hubble Planning Tool Advanced Camera for Surveys
  • 15. Participation in Development
    • Inform the Observatory development process of the science and operations drivers for, and consequences of each design decision.
    • Ultimate objectives:
      • achieving a high scientific return,
      • reduced lifecycle cost,
      • efficient operations and design.
  • 16. Influencing Development - 1
    • Develop and maintain the Mission Operations Concept
    • Systems Engineering
      • Participate in requirements development.
      • Evaluate the operations consequences for system level trades.
    • Science Instrument Teams
      • Develop operation concepts with common approaches
      • Develop the calibration plans
      • Gain knowledge of the instruments’ design & behavior
      • Develop the tools and resources the astronomy community will need for high yield science.
    • Flight software
      • Ensure commonality of commanding approaches, syntax and terminology
      • Develop on-board procedures.
  • 17. Influencing Development - 2
    • Integration and Test
      • Develop and manage the Project Reference Database
      • Provide test conductors who will migrate to the operations team
      • Develop operations procedures - test against simulators and with the ground system in the loop with the flight systems.
    • Commissioning
      • Develop plans and procedures, working with the flight systems developers
      • Operate observatory.
  • 18. Value Added - Mission Simulator
    • JWST Mission Simulator - simulates execution of science observations
      • Informed the transformation of the science objectives into the observatory requirements.
      • http://www.stsci.edu/jwst/science/jms/index.html
      • Important science influence on requirements
        • Field of Regard
        • Continuous viewing zone
        • Continuous exposure at same orientation…
    Anti-Sun LOS Allowable Observatory Field-of- Regard SUN Exclusion < 27° from Anti-Sun Exclusion Zone < 85 ° from Sun Observatory Field-of-Regard (FOR)
  • 19. Value Added - Fine Guidance Sensor Architecture
    • Separation of Fine Guidance Sensor from Near-Infrared Camera.
      • Reduced operational complexity
      • Improved architecture for science
      • Improved management structure.
  • 20. Value Added - Day in the Life Simulations
    • Developed prototype of flight software for event-driven operations including:
      • Executive and processing functions
      • On-board procedure scripts
      • Commands and telemetry for science instruments and spacecraft
    • Executed on top of Command and Data Handling System flight code running on a flight representative single board computer.
    • Loaded and ran six days of observation plans for three science instruments.
    • Produced detailed event logs plus memory and CPU statistics.
    • The exercise:
      • developed detailed requirements,
      • confirmed the event driven design with flight like operations,
      • produced flight like prototypes for the flight software.
    • Now preparing to implement more complex scenarios.
  • 21. System Trades - Momentum Management
      • The JWST attitude required for each science observation results in solar torque being generated by the sunshield.
      • Unloading momentum disturbs the orbit.
      • Propellant consumption affects the mission lifetime.
      • Constraining the scheduling of observations to manage momentum accumulation adds significant complexity and may compromise science.
  • 22. Ongoing Challenges
    • Aspects of operations are highly sensitive to the flight segment design, such as:
      • Momentum management - smaller sunshield is better
      • Stray light avoidance - larger sunshield is better
      • Both affect scheduling of science observations.
      • Importance of operations involvement in design trades
    • Funding profile - Pressures on Phase A/B funding
      • Lowest lifecycle cost often requires higher initial outlay but few missions have sufficient early funding.
      • Prioritization of effort in high impact areas.
    • Not everyone has learned the same lessons
      • Different missions follow different paradigms
      • Demonstrate merits of approach by example.
  • 23.