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Some Statistics for Spirit & Oppy, As the journey continues on Mars
post Nov 6 2017, 06:54 PM
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QUOTE (MoreInput @ Nov 5 2017, 02:29 PM) *
The table contains the following:
- The sols until 4895
- The watt-hours per sol as reported in the weekly MER report (https://mars.nasa.gov/mer/mission/status_opportunityAll.html)
- Also the tau factor and dust factor
- And the odometry
- In the column "Cleaning event" I marked the sols, which were reported that a cleaning event happend.
- The columns "Start site", "L sub S", "UTC at local noon" and activity I took from the Analyst's Notebook. (But only to Sol 4680).

For the first 250 Sols I don't have very much information. Is there any other source for this time?

This is really great, thank you for assembling it. For the firs 250 sols, did you try poking into the SOWG and Mission Manager's reports for each sol on the Analyst's Notebook? I didn't find all the missing information there, but some (e.g. odometry) was present in a random MM report I looked at.

For tau and dust, ask Mark Lemmon (Deimos on this forum) and I'm sure he'll be happy to help you.

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