The Master Schedule consists of a list of the requests sent up to the spacecraft for execution. Currently this file has 63,022 entries, spanning the interval from May 14, 2004 to the end of mission. In order to allow you to assess the content we have included the first 100 entries as an example web page. The complete file is provided via download to sort and customize for your usage. Or, you may want to use the following tools to search for specific time intervals or to check for data drop-outs.
First 100 entries
Complete CSV file
This schedule does not account for data loss due to transmission problems, etc. To obtain this information for intervals that contain data you wish to retrieve, look for DSN data drops below.
DSN Data Drops
This file (txt)
begins on January 1, 2004 and runs until September 15, 2017 (EOM).
It is based on the 5-minute gap reports that were regularly reported by the Cassini project throughout the course of the mission and is a combination of all gaps in science data (total science black-out) that were 5 minutes in length or greater. It does not include gaps in instrument housekeeping.
The Station IDs are as follows:
DSN Goldstone Station IDs are DSS-14 - 70M, DSS-15 - 34M HEF (this has since been decommissioned), DSS-24 - 34M BWG, DSS-25 - 34M BWG. DSS-26 - 34M BWG ìEnhancedî (this was “upgraded", allowing higher rates on this station).
DSN Canberra Station IDs are DSS-34 - 34M BWG, DSS-35 - 34M BWG, DSS-36 - 34M BWG, DSS-43 - 70M, DSS-45 - 34M HEF (this has since been decommissioned).
DSN Madrid Station IDs are DSS-54 - 34M BWG, DSS-55 - 34M BWG, DSS-63 - 70M,
DSS-65 - 34M HEF
For more information regarding radio bands for each station at https://rapweb.jpl.nasa.gov/Planning/TMODPlns.pdf.
Full Mission Gap Report, 5 minute [TXT] [README]
Full Mission Gap Report, by Packet Type [TXT] [README]
Enter the following Space Craft Event Times (SCET).