SGP/SWS/C1 - InGaAs temperature control problem
The InGaAs spectrometer temperature was too high such that the spectra from it were useless. It was determined that a ribbon cable was faulty. The system was returned to service on 4/26/2011 in conjunction with replacement of a corrupt solid state drive. Although the lack of InGaAs temperature control would normally only affect the NIR InGaAs channels, the corruption of the solid state disk over this same period rendered all data from the SWS unrecoverable.
Data are missing and unrecoverable.