[Isocops] Two moon-in-FOV events, different voltages?

Mark Tapley mtapley at swri.edu
Thu Jan 20 19:40:50 EST 2011

	Here's something I don't remember seeing before (looking at 
IBEX_2011_034_01_51_v001.stf, attached as a text file):

2011-02-06T08:27:14.000Z||CEU_LO_PMT_LVL       250
2011-02-06T08:27:16.000Z||CEU_LO_IF_STAR_ADJ     0
#011-02-06T18:35:06.000Z centered; range 28.4 (Re)
2011-02-07T09:51:27.000Z||CEU_LO_IF_STAR_ADJ   250
2011-02-07T09:51:29.000Z||CEU_LO_PMT_LVL       800
# Moon in FOV session is done.

# Moon in FOV session[1] begins:
2011-02-09T14:37:45.000Z||CEU_LO_PMT_LVL       300
2011-02-09T14:37:47.000Z||CEU_LO_IF_STAR_ADJ     0
#021-02-13T20:38:00.500Z centered; range 47.1 (Re)
2011-02-10T02:08:44.000Z||CEU_LO_IF_STAR_ADJ   250
2011-02-10T02:08:46.000Z||CEU_LO_PMT_LVL       800
# Moon in FOV session is done.

	OK, I can imagine the orbital position, fine, but why are the 
two LO_PMT_LVL set-backs to *different* voltages?
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