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JPSS Common Ground System NPP ATMS SDR Product Review Meeting NOAA Science Center, Camp Springs, MD Jan 13, 2012 Raytheon IDPS Wael Ibrahim JPSS Common Ground System Outline

Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5) Cal/Val Activity Contributions Path Forward Page 2 JPSS Common Ground System Outline Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5) Cal/Val Activity Contributions

Path Forward Page 3 JPSS Common Ground System Maintenance Build Key Dates (1 of 2) Mx I1.5.05.01 (AKA Mx5.1 Urgent Release) MOT Transition To OPS (TTO) (AIDP AFWA and NIDP NESDIS) Complete - 12/9/11 (L+42d) Mx I1.5.05.02 (AKA Mx5.2 Urgent Release)

Test Readiness Review (TRR) 1/10/12 Factory Regression Test 1/16/12-1/20/12 Post-Test Review (PTR) Complete 1/20/12 Maintenance Readiness Review (MRR) 1/19/12 Site Delivery 1/23/12 AFWA Installation, Test & Checkout (ITCO) 1/23/12-1/27/12 NESDIS ITCO 1/23/12-1/27/12 MOT ITCO 1/23/12-1/27/12 Site Checkout Complete 1/27/12 MOT TTO 1/27/12 (Tentative; MOTs decision) Page 4

JPSS Common Ground System Maintenance Build Key Dates (2 of 2) Mx I1.5.06.00 (AKA Mx6) Following dates are controlled by Raytheon CGS, hence, confirmed: TRR 01/11/12 Factory Regression Test 01/11/12-01/25/12 PTR Complete 01/25/12 MRR 01/26/12 Following dates are dependent on magnitude of Launch Freeze

slip, hence, tentative: Site Delivery 01/27/12 Site HW Setup 01/30/12-02/27/12 AFWA ITCO 02/06/12-02/27/12 AFWA MOT ITCO 02/13/12-03/6/12 NESDIS ITCO 02/20/12-03/13/12 NESDIS MOT ITCO 02/27/12-03/20/12 Site Checkout Complete 03/20/12 AFWA TTO Complete 4/3/12

NESDIS TTO Complete 4/10/12 Due to Launch Freeze Slip, Mx6 is expected to be ready for OPS ~ End of May12 Page 5 JPSS Common Ground System Outline Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5)

Cal/Val Activity Contributions Path Forward Page 6 JPSS Common Ground System EDR-PR Requirement Status 100% passed on IPAC, Additional Nominal and NonNominal Testing for ATMS TDR/SDR/Remap/GEO ATMS SDR - 8 Requirements IPAC Supplemental Verification Report (SVR) - ECR-IDP-R1291 Additional Nominal & Non-Nominal SVR - ECR-IDP-003827 ATMS Remap SDR - 4 Requirements IPAC Supplemental Verification Report (SVR) - ECR-IDP-R1291 Additional Nominal & Non-Nominal SVR - ECR-IDP-003827

ATMS SDR GEO, ATMS Remap GEO - 4 Requirements IPAC, Additional Nominal & Non-Nominal SVR - ECR-IDP-004170 Page 7 JPSS Common Ground System Outline Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5) Cal/Val Activity Contributions Path Forward Page 8

JPSS Common Ground System Operational Algorithm Updates Post Mx5 (1 of 4) Science Drops/Tech Memos/CCRs Implemented in Mx6 ATMS SDR 474-CCR-11-0073 (in Mx5.1) ATMS SDR/TDR Ephemeral Processing Coefficient Table (PCT; ATMS-SDRCC) Updates Launch updates: Modification of the warm load and cold load smoothing function to a triangular weighting function Updating data limits for the pre launch calibration range Providing warm and old load corrections Updating non-linearity Parameters Relaxing limits on counts so that no scans will be excluded in early orbit Number of scans in averages are set to odd

Cold and Warm positions error limits are increased Providing versions for Side A and Side B Updates to address issues in the following DRs: DR4461: Ops code tailored to scan profile #1 DR4460: Limits too high on space view counts for channels 7-8 Page 9 JPSS Common Ground System Operational Algorithm Updates Post Mx5 (2 of 4) Science Drops/Tech Memos/CCRs Implemented in Mx6 (Cont.) ATMS SDR GEO 474-CCR-11-0175 (DR4337) (in Mx5.1) ATMS Rotation Matrix Update (Sensor Mounting Offsets in ATMS-SDR-CC)

per post environmental alignment measurements TM NP-EMD.2011.220.0005: NPP Post-Environment Alignment Geo Mounting Coefficients Update DQM PCR ALG0020_ATMS_Remap_A355_ISTN_ATMS_NGST_3.1.1 (DR4336) (474-CCR-11-0199) (in Mx5.1) Updates to ATMS Remap SDR Backus-Gilbert (B-G) coefficients in ATMSFPMATCH-LUT for use with CrIS and ATMS sensors that are synchronized at the start of scan, also ATMS/CrIS sensor mounting offset updates per post vibration testing are taken into consideration All drops successfully performed stand-alone and integrated chain testing Page 10 JPSS Common Ground System

Operational Algorithm Updates Post Mx5 (3 of 4) DRs/ATDRs Implemented in Mx6 4308, ATMS SDR: Incorrect Fill Types in SDR output 1 PRO PCR 4243, ATMS SDR: Error in time deviation constant ATMS SDR ALLOW_TIME_DEV (in atms_constants.f) is not used, should be deleted 1 PRO PCR 1 DQM PCR to update allowableDev value in ATMS SDR CC XML file Additional PCRs Implemented in Mx6 Correct applicable values for Operational_Mode metadata in CDFCB (in Mx5.1) ATMS Remap OAD Update Update ATMS Verified RDR XML file Page 11

JPSS Common Ground System Operational Algorithm Updates Post Mx5 (4 of 4) Post Mx6 DR 4514 (ATMS GEO): ATMS TDR geolocation packaging anomaly (no PCR yet) DR 4512 (ATMS SDR): NEdT in SDR output noisy (no PCR yet) DR 4510 (ATMS Remap): ATMS remap routine run twice with CrIS off 1 PRO PCR DR 4479 (ATMS): Instrument data limits exceeded in Mx5.1 (no PCR yet) DR 4472 (ATMS): Delta G/G Stability (no PCR yet) DR 4446 (ATMS GEO/Remap GEO): Gelocation QC flag does not

reflect dummy scans (short granules) ATMS SDR GEO PCR, ATMS Remap GEO PCR DR 4413 (ATMS Remap): B-G LUT functional test (474-CCR-12-0296) PRO PCR to correct ATMS Metadata items related to G-Ring_Latitude/Longitude, N/S/W/E_Bounding_Coordinate and N_Nadir_Latitude/Longitude_Max/Min Page 12 JPSS Common Ground System Outline Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5)

Cal/Val Activity Contributions Path Forward Page 13 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (1 of 35) 1. ATMS Geolocation Verification i. Verifying ATMS Exit Vectors are output for each channel (22 channels) and each beam position (96 EV beam positions) and they are output in Sensor Coordinates, i.e., not affected by sensor mounting offsets. The following illustration shows an outline of IDPS

Common GEO functionality Page 14 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (2 of 35) Sensor exit vector is in sensor coordinates and is NOT corrected for sensor mounting angles or spacecraft attitude Page 15 JPSS Common Ground

System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (3 of 35) 1. ATMS Geolocation Verification (Cont.) ATMS Exit Vectors are compared b/n Mx5 (No Sensor Mounting Offsets) and Mx5.1 (Sensor Mounting Offsets are applied) Page 16 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (4 of 35) Comparison

of the XComponent of the ATMS Exit Vector for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 1 for Channel 1 (23.8 GHz V-Pol, 5.2 deg beam width) Page 17 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (5 of 35)

Comparison of the YComponent of the ATMS Exit Vector for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 2 for Channel 2 (31.4 GHz V-Pol, 5.2 deg beam width) Page 18 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions

(6 of 35) Comparison of the ZComponent of the ATMS Exit Vector for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 3 for Channel 16 (88.2 GHz V-Pol, 2.2 deg beam width) Page 19 JPSS Common Ground System

Cal/Val Activity Contributions (7 of 35) 1. ATMS Geolocation Verification ii. Verifying ATMS geolocation fields by mapping/comparing the overlapping ATMS swaths onto the VIIRS swaths. For each ATMS beam position (96 per scan), find the closest VIIRS pixel positions. Recall ATMS geolocation is ellipsoidbased (i.e., none terrain corrected), thus VIIRS ellipsoid Imagery-resolution geolocation (1536 pixels In-Track x 6400 pixels In-Scan) is used to provide more pixels for search and mapping (vs. using Moderate-resolution geolocation for example). The following plots show selected VIIRS granules and their counterpart overlapping ATMS granules Page 20

JPSS Common Ground System VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (8 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (over Indonesia) Page 21 JPSS Common Ground System

VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (9 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (over Indonesia) Page 22 JPSS Common Ground System VIIRS Granule:

Cal/Val Activity Contributions (10 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (Baffin Bay) Page 23 JPSS Common Ground System VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (11 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (Baffin Bay)

Page 24 JPSS Common Ground System VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (12 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (South East Pacific) Page 25 JPSS Common

Ground System VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (13 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (South East Pacific) Page 26 JPSS Common Ground System

VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions (14 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (Himalayas) Page 27 JPSS Common Ground System VIIRS Granule: Cal/Val Activity Contributions

(15 of 35) VIIRS Granule and Overlapping ATMS Granules (Himalayas) Page 28 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (16 of 35) 2. Sensor Mounting Update Verification Comparing geolocation fields (beam latitude (CHs 1, 2, 3, 16 & 17), beam longitude (CHs 1, 2, 3, 16 & 17), height, satellite azimuth angle, satellite range, satellite zenith angle, solar azimuth angle and solar zenith angle) b/n Mx5 (No Sensor Mounting Offsets)

and Mx5.1 (Sensor Mounting Offsets are applied) The following 2 plots show the comparison for the beam latitude and longitude, respectively, for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 1 for Channel 1 (23.8 GHz V-Pol, 5.2 deg beam width). The plots show the differences due to the updated sensor mounting offsets in Mx5.1. Page 29 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (17 of 35) Comparison of

the beam latitude for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 1 for Channel 1 (23.8 GHz VPol, 5.2 deg beam width). The plots show the differences due to the updated sensor mounting offsets in Mx5.1. Page 30 JPSS Common Ground System

Cal/Val Activity Contributions (18 of 35) Comparison of the beam Longitude for the ATMS granules in Proxy Dataset 1 for Channel 1 (23.8 GHz VPol, 5.2 deg beam width). The plots show the differences due to the updated sensor mounting offsets in Mx5.1. Page 31

JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (19 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification i. ATMS SDR GEO: QF1_ATMSSDRGEO (bits 1-2; Attitude & Ephemeris Availability Status) 1 QF per scan (i.e., 12 QFs per a 32-sec ATMS SDR granule): 0: Nominal (A&E) data available 1: Missing Data <= Small Gap

2: Small Gap < Missing Data < Granule Boundary 3: Missing Data >= Granule Boundary Page 32 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (20 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) ii. ATMS Remap GEO:

QF1_ATMSSDRGEO (bits 1-2; Attitude & Ephemeris Availability Status) 1 QF per scan (i.e., 4 QFs per a 32-sec ATMS Remap granule): 0: Nominal (A&E) data available 1: Missing Data <= Small Gap 2: Small Gap < Missing Data < Granule Boundary 3: Missing Data >= Granule Boundary Page 33 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions

(21 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) To test these conditions, the following scenarios (utilizing Proxy Dataset 4) to remove S/C Diary RDRs (each S/C Diary RDR granule is 20-sec duration) are executed and analyzed: a. b. 1 S/C diary RDR (S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212012200 2nd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0700133_e0700453; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 07:00:21 / 07:00:41) in middle of ATMS granule: t0700151_e0700465, NPP001212012123. 1 S/C diary RDR (S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212014600 3rd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0703573_e0704292;

Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 07:04:21 / 07:04:41) overlapping beginning of ATMS granule: t0704311_e0705025, NPP001212014682. Page 34 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (22 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) c. 2 S/C diary RDRs overlapping ATMS granule t0707431_e0708145, NPP001212016602:

S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212016600 3rd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0707092_e0707412; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 07:07:41 / 07:08:01. S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212016800 3rd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0707412_e0708132; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 07:08:01 / 07:08:21. Page 35 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (23 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO

and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) d. 4 S/C diary RDRs overlapping ATMS granule t0930045_e0930359, NPP001212102034. S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212101800 2nd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0929324_e0930044; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 09:29:41 / 09:30:01. S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212102000 1st RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0930044_e0930364; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 09:30:01 / 09:30:21. S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212102200 2nd RDR in RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0930044_e0930364; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 09:30:21 / 09:30:41. S/C diary RDR granule NPP001212102400 2nd RDR in

RATMS-RNSCA_npp_d20030125_t0930364_e0931084; Beginning_Time/Ending_Time: 09:30:41 / 09:31:01. Page 36 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (24 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) The following plot shows the comparison of the ATMS SDR GEO (A&E Availability Status) QF triggering (MX6.C Nominal vs. MX6.D Non-Nominal) which aligns with the scans where the S/C Diary

RDR granules were removed. The horizontal axis is the number of scans (26 ATMS SDR granules are used in this comparison) and the vertical axis is the QF value (0 to 3). In the top left-hand-side section of the plot, the blue represents the QF value from the MX6.C Nominal run (QF is not triggered, hence value of 0 for all scans in all 26 ATMS granules), the red represents the QF value from the MX6.D Non-Nominal run (where QF is triggered correctly in response to the removed S/C Diary RDRs). The bottom lefthand-side of the plot shows the Difference, i.e., comparison plot. Page 37 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (25 of 35) Page 38

JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (26 of 35) 3. Missing Attitude and Ephemeris QF (ATMS SDR GEO and ATMS Remap GEO) Verification (Cont.) The following plot shows the comparison of the ATMS Remap SDR GEO (A&E Availability Status) QF triggering (MX6.C Nominal vs. MX6.D Non-Nominal) which aligns with the scans where the S/C Diary RDR granules were removed. The horizontal axis is the number of scans (23 ATMS Remap SDR granules are used in this comparison) and the vertical axis is the QF value (0 to 3). In the top left-hand-side section of the plot, the blue represents the QF

value from the MX6.C Nominal run (QF is not triggered, hence value of 0 for all scans in all 23 ATMS Remap granules), the red represents the QF value from the MX6.D Non-Nominal run (where QF is triggered correctly in response to the removed S/C Diary RDRs). The bottom left-hand-side of the plot shows the Difference, i.e., comparison plot. Page 39 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (27 of 35) Page 40 JPSS Common

Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (28 of 35) 4. ATMS SDR PCT Update Verification Comparing ATMS SDR/TDR fields (e.g,., ATs, BTs) and QFs b/n Mx5 (Original PCT) and Mx5.1 (Updated PCT per CCRs 474-CCR-11-0073 & 474CCR-11-0175) Compared ~5 orbits of ATMS SDR from 2011/11/08 (1,000 RDRs): 1st RDR: RATMSRNSCA_npp_d20111108_t2055513_e2056233_b 00163_c20111109013617692108_noaa_ops.h5 1,000th RDR: RATMSRNSCA_npp_d20111109_t0543163_e0543483_b 00168_c20111109073906432986_noaa_ops.h5

Page 41 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (29 of 35) 4. ATMS SDR PCT Update Verification (Cont.) The following 7 plots show the comparison for the ATMS SDR BTs for Channels 1, 2, 3, 16 & 17, Cold NEdT and Warm NEdT, respectively. Page 42 JPSS Common

Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (30 of 35) Page 43 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (31 of 35) Page 44 JPSS Common Ground

System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (32 of 35) Page 45 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (33 of 35) Page 46 JPSS Common Ground System

Cal/Val Activity Contributions (34 of 35) Page 47 JPSS Common Ground System Cal/Val Activity Contributions (35 of 35) Page 48 JPSS Common Ground System

Outline Maintenance Build (Mx) Key Dates EDR-PR Requirement Status Operational Algorithm Updates Post Launch Build (Mx5) Cal/Val Activity Contributions Path Forward Page 49 JPSS Common Ground System Path Forward Continue to provide prompt responses to raised operational algorithm issues through DRs/CCRs/etc. Continue to improve Matlab-based QCV tool suite and

share updated scripts w/ ATMS SDR Cal/Val team members. Continue to analyze ATMS SDR/Remap obtained data through CLASS/NSIPS/GRAVITE We stand ready to continue serving as a valued partner in the Intensive Cal/Val enterprise, for resolution of both science and engineering related issues. Page 50

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