In order to more easily model (at a higher level) the observations, for the purposes of putting together the SAP v0, I've made "hybrid observations" which are time-weighted in data rate, so that we can see the rough telemetry production on a daily scale.

The required pseudo-observations, and the SOOPs that require them, are listed in the table below.

(Note that these are not real observations from the instrument's point of view, but they will allow us to model combinations of modes more simply.)



CombinationCorresponding SOOP(s)Pseudo-Observation Name in ModelRespective
durations
(hours)

Respective
data rates
(kbit/s)

Resulting duration
(hours) 

Resulting data rate,
weighted by time (kbit/s)
SPICE Composition Mapping & SPICE Dynamics interleaved

L_BOTH_MRES_MCAD_Farside-Connection

L_SMALL_HRES_HCAD_Slow-Wind-Connection

L_BOTH_HRES_LCAD_CH-Boundary-Expansion

L_SMALL_MRES_MCAD_Ballistic-connection

SPICE_WIND_CONNECT

1 x Composition = 3.21

10 x Dynamics = 1.97

Composition = 0.42

Dynamics = 17.79

5.18

7.03
SPICE Waves mode & SPICE Composition Mapping interleaved

L_FULL_HRES_HCAD_Eruption-Watch if at limb

SPICE_WAVES_COMP

1 x Composition = 3.21

5 x Waves = 3.38


Composition = 0.42

Waves = 50.34

6.5926.03
SPICE Composition Mapping raster followed by multiple instances of SPICE CME Watch 

L_BOTH_LRES_MCAD_Pole-to-Pole

R_SMALL_HRES_HCAD_AR-Dynamics

SPICE_CME_COMP

1 x Composition = 3.21

5 x CME Watch = 1.22

Composition = 0.42

CME Watch = 4.12

4.431.44

SPICE Composition Mapping followed by multiple instances of SPICE Dynamics

L_SMALL_HRES_HCAD_Fast-WindSPICE_FAST_WIND

1 x Composition = 3.21

22 x Dynamics =

(14+8)/10 * 1.97 = 4.33 hrs

Composition = 0.42

CME Watch = 4.12

7.542.50