HERSCHEL SPACE OBSERVATORY - ARCHIVE BLOG
(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of the author and should not be identified with those of Herschel. or of the European Space Agency in any way, shape or form.)
09-01-16 - The last three months
09-01-17 - The calm before the storm
09-01-18 - Herschel is what is termed a “consumables-limited mission”
09-01-19 - The pace is beginning to quicken after the Christmas break
09-01-20 - It has been a pretty historic day in Washington
09-01-21 - Days seem to be moving forward fast
09-01-22 - Surreal comic situation
09-01-23 - The realisation is gradually sinking in to the team that this time it is for real
09-01-24 - Launch -82 days.
09-01-25 - Launch -81 days. Quite apart from the launch campaign, there is a quite separate problem on my mind
09-01-26 - Launch -80 days.
09-01-27 - Launch -79 days. I am in the hotel having arrived about three hours ago for a meeting at Mission Control
09-01-28 - Launch -78 days.Today’s meeting was very intense
09-01-29 - Launch -77 days.
09-01-30 - Launch -76 days. You have good days. You have bad days
09-01-31 - Launch -75 days.
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