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4.13 Summary of HISCALE 4-pi Viewing and Sectoring Relationships

 

Document Source : Dr. Ed Roelof
Date: March 23, 1992
Subject: WART Angle

 

I have recalculated the phase angle in the s/c X-Y plane between CA60 and LEMS30. I believe you are carrying it as 48.60. I got 113.70 by going back to the engineering drawings of LAN 2B. It also yields agreement between W1 (0.5-1 MeV protons) and FP'6 (ions of about the same proton energy) for plots using PITCH on the Jupiter data. This will also affect the modifications for the DE electron pitch cosines.

 

Memo from R. GOLD
Subject : LAN look directions
Date: March 22, 1991

 

The sun pulse, actually a pseudo sun pulse, defines the start of a spin. The pseudo sun pulse occurs when the sun crosses the spacecraft X axis.

 

We also have the ability of introducing an additional offset into the start of our accumulation sectors by a LAN sector lag command. Since this lag does not come out in our data stream, we do not intend to use it.

 

Aperture LEMS30 LEFS60 LEMS120 LEFS150 WART
Clock angle from x axis 0 90 270 180 48.6
Polar angle from z axis 30 60 120 150 60
Full opening angle 51 53 51 53 45

 

 

Figure 4.88 LAN "Rosetta Stone" for sectors

 

Figure 4.88 "Rosetta"

 

 

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Updated 1/2/19, Cameron Crane

QUICK FACTS

Manufacturer: ESA provided the Ulysses spacecraft, NASA provided the power supply, and various others provided its instruments.

Mission End Date: June 30, 2009

Destination: The inner heliosphere of the sun away from the ecliptic plane

Orbit:  Elliptical orbit transversing the polar regions of the sun outside of the ecliptic plane