Deployment NameGliderProjectDeployedRecoveredDaysDistancePayload BayOSNotes
67.51335.7 km91787.15

All Notes (33)

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-25 09:37:30Informational

Recovered 7 am EST 11/24 by UDEL team out of Ocean City, MD.

Glider heavily fouled, mostly fuzzies some goosenecks.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-23 10:17:32Informational

Optics on every other yo, CC off again to get onshore for servicing.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-22 19:09:30Informational

CC turned on (close to shore)

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-18 13:47:20Informational

Fin abort was fin stuck hardover at -18.6 coming up from first yo. Didn't change fin limits.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-18 13:46:59Informational

Ran 30 min diagnostic mission (MBD) ud_476-2015-321-0-16.mbd

Seems to be flying OK, not sure why trouble navigating.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-17 19:59:13Informational

Re-sequenced mission to see if navigational slow downs are fixed.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-13 08:29:00Informational

science cutout (investigate)

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-12 11:36:41Informational

Glider started calling TWR at 508, problem with their datahost lead glider to being 'stuck' at connection. Finally called Rutgers after 10 hours or so of contacting TWR.

Back on 2 hour missions and regular fish-finding.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-11-07 19:12:37Informational

Some altimeter ground truth segments (sampling)

And the one after.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-29 16:22:08Informational

Abort was bad goto.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-22 12:12:45Informational

Visited, cleaned, and on its way, 2 hour missions. Not changing any fin settings, but Breece has pictures. Possible barnacle interference...

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-20 22:17:08Informational

Aborts have been for digifin. 2nd abort 2:41 EST 10/20 stayed out of service causing BEH errors when transferring data.

Fin was reported at recent surfacing as -.43 rad

x_fin_max was .45, lowered it to .32 assuming hardover was the problem.

MLG from 2nd fin abort was 200 KB same as MBD, worth downloading later

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-09 08:06:41Informational

Tide must be coming in, brief intermediate offshore waypoint to stay out of shipping lanes.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-08 12:30:40Informational

OTIS II was recovered, cleaned, and redeployed on 10/7/2015. Had trouble w/ external VMT, so removed and added wingrail weights. Flight mechanics looked good, but over the last 24 hours, OTIS II has been retasked to search for the Blue Hen. It has heard from it several times; we are currently heading towards last known argos position.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-06 09:54:36Informational

Changed yo top inflection from 5 to 4.5 to try to get a bit more flight column since it shallow time.

Changed u_pitch_max_delta_battpos from .2 to .15, it might not do much but to try to ease the overpitching on OTIS. (causing some altimeter noise and rapid yo's)

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-05 22:59:22Informational

CC back on for overnight

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-05 08:30:03Informational

Onshore waypoint, no current correction until the currents relax.

Created by: dkaragon @ 2015-10-03 08:59:11Informational

Current correction ON

(back to fighting currents)

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-03 00:03:20Informational

wpt -7421.7050 3820.1700

u_use_current_correction 0; tired of flying against the strong tail current

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-02 13:07:12Informational

Gliders are breaching (getting gps signal). Changing climb-to to 5 m to try and keep them underwater in high seas (significant wave height 17 ft at Delaware buoy).

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-02 11:27:56Informational

Changing dive-to from 27 to 25 m to avoid overdepth aborts.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-02 09:24:15Informational

OTIS II still making a bit better headway than RU28 (heavier glider), so adding southern waypoint to bring it in closer to RU28

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-10-01 12:41:06Informational

Already losing ground to strong NE currents, so setting the wpt east. Leaving yo to full depth and 2 hour surfacings.

73 29.7310 W 39 06.8900 N

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-30 08:55:51Informational

OTIS II, being the heavier glider, is flying north a bit faster than RU28, so I'm backtracking it a bit to get them closer. Mid waypoint added to the goto.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-29 14:38:53Informational

Retasked to a midpoint, then off to the NE with RU28 to weather the approaching storm. Saw some odd behavior when attempting to transfer files:

Error from wcs(00430243.TBD)

SCI: Sent 0 file(s):

SCI: FAILURE xmit_to_host(): results=1
1023784 65 Freewave console restored
Science Program QUIT (cts lowered)

Tried again to transfer .tbd and .vem files; no problem.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-28 16:23:17Informational

Changing waypoint to inshore DEP waypoint; matching up to fly w/ RU28.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-22 16:52:25Informational

Ctrl-F from the change reset the, so glider is heading back to initial (0) wpt. Changing back at this surfacing.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-22 14:01:12Informational

Changing climb-to back to 3 m; still breaching occasionally.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-21 15:38:47Informational

Changed climb-to from 2 to 2.5 m, as we were breaching:

Changed u_reqd_depth_at_surface from 4.0 to 2.0.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-21 09:15:10Informational

Changed dive-to from 5 m to 3, and changed climb-to from 3 m to 2 m to increase the water column being sampled. M. Oliver requested science data closer to surface, so may be adjusting further.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-17 15:56:52Informational

Adjusted and loaded RU28.mi (should have renamed) - altimeter settings. 7 m limit, filter is OFF.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-17 15:29:38Informational

Deployed this morning off Belmar (Shark River) by Nicole C. and Nicole W. off NJDEP vessel.

Created by: haldeman @ 2015-09-17 15:28:28Informational

# seabird CTD #9178
# Wetlabs FLBBCD #3424
# Aanderaa #0334
# Vemco #450142
# Vemco #450143

Vemcos in .cfg file are incorrect; listed as 450007 and 450008.