One thing is making sure all the data collected from the spacecraft is downlinked so the science team can use it. There is always a balance we have to find between using limited radio signals to download science data versus using them for the navigation team, which needs data to determine the spacecraft’s trajectory and where it is in space. There are several antennas on the spacecraft. To downlink the data, we have to point the spacecraft’s giant antenna, High Gain Antenna, towards Earth. But to perform all the science observations, the spacecraft has to go to a different attitude that points the science instruments towards the asteroid. For those observations, we’re usually switching to another antenna, which has not as strong of a signal, but it’s still reliable enough to provide the navigation team with the information they need.