All Notes (5)
Recovered by Chip Haldeman, confirmed the pump was not working.
Aborted for pump overheat. MBD and MLG tell me the pump is getting stuck at ~ 150 cc upon retraction. Drifting until I hear from the boat.
Glider aborted for low charge twice during deployment.
2nd time abort count was reset, downloaded sys.log and showed the software may have crashed:
2011-08-23T12:00:42 mission_surface: (0108.0000): nothing commanded
2011-08-23T11:57:22 mission_start: ru22-2011-234-7-0 (0108.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:38:16 mission_end: ru22-2011-234-6-0 (0107.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:33:53 mission_surface: (0107.0000): nothing commanded
2011-08-23T11:30:39 mission_start: ru22-2011-234-6-0 (0107.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:28:34 APP_start 7.6
2011-08-23T11:26:26 abort_start: MS_ABORT_LOW_REL_CHARGE
2011-08-23T11:26:06 mission_start: ru22-2011-234-5-0 (0106.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:24:28 mission_end: ru22-2011-234-4-0 (0105.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:23:58 abort_start: MS_ABORT_BEH_ERROR
2011-08-23T11:23:33 mission_start: ru22-2011-234-4-0 (0105.0000) 100_TN.MI
2011-08-23T11:13:30 mission_end: ru22-2011-234-3-0 (0104.0000) ODCTD.MI
Above appears to show (and with some glance at MAfiles) that the mission had half a goto file, yo file was from last deployment and was impossible configuration (climb to 20 m deep in < 20 m water). Many MA files same as last deployment. Fixed MAfiles, put new TBDlist on glider and re-sequenced on 10 min mission. Also c_science_send_all was set to 1, causing ringbuff overload, set it back to 0 and put new 100_tnu.mi mission on there that is updated with fix.
Entire glider sent to Webb on 4/30/10 to be retrofitted with rechargeable lithium batteries.