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4.2.1 Compilation of Useful Mechanical Diagrams and Instruments

 

Figure 4.4 HISCALE instrument assembly photograph

 

Figure 4.4

 

 

Figure 4.4a LAN assembly field of view drawing

 

Figure 4.4a

 

 

Figure 4.4b HISCALE assembly FOV drawing, detail a

 

Figure 4.4b

 

 

Figure 4.4c HISCALE assembly FOV drawing, detail b

 

Figure 4.4c

 

 

Table 4.1 HISCALE assembly FOV calculation summary

 

1.  Field of view location with respect to the reference hole
FOV x cm y cm z cm
LEMS 30 51° -2.75 10.50 -9.00
LEFS 150 53° -4.09 10.50 -11.25
LEMS 120 51° 0.50 -0.12 -10.39
LEFS 60 53° 0.50 2.15 -9.07
LEFS 60 45° 0.50 0.84 -9.80
LEMS 30 45° -3.33 10.50 -10.06
CD 45° -4.15 14.07 -6.42
2. Reflected light avoidance cone (80°) location with respect to the reference hole:
LEMS 30 -1.16 10.50 -6.30
LEMS 120 0.50 3.64 -12.56
CD -5.40 6.00 -4.03
CD angles to S/C axes: x y z
  110.39 37.54 60.0
Polar angle of CD=60°
Clock angle in spin plane from x axis toward y axis = 48.60°

 

 

Figure 4.4d Outline flight model LAN experiment, detail 1


Figure 4.4d


Figure 4.4e Outline flight model LAN experiment, detail 2. 

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Figure 4.4e

 

 

Figure 4.4f Outline of flight model LAN experiment.
Document reference: APL Document 7256-2010.
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Figure 4.4f

 

 

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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