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SOHO Down, But Not Out
SOHO Down, But Not Out
27 Jun 2003
(Source: Goddard Space Flight Center)

SOHO Telemetry Lost
Goddard Space Fligth Center
June 26, 2003

Scientific telemetry from SOHO was lost at approximately 01:50 UT today, during a contact through the DSS-46 26-meter antenna of the Deep Space Network (DSN), as the spacecraft entered a telemetry "keyhole" expected to last until July 14.

Until that time, we will be able to monitor spacecraft and instrument health and safety in low-rate telemetry during contacts using DSN 34-meter antennas and one of the spacecraft's low-gain antennas.

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Last Updated: 28 Jun 2003