Swarm Charlie: Telemetry data gap on 30 May 2018
01 June 2018
On 30 May 2018 a technical issue caused a telemetry data gap in S/C C from 21:14:47 to 23:12:23 UTC.
Swarm Charlie L1B data production on 30 May 2018 has been impacted by this anomaly.
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