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Gravity. What is it? You can’t see it. You can’t smell it. You can’t touch it. But, it’s there. In fact it’s everywhere. We are familiar with gravity because we live with its effects every day. We know that when we drop an object, it falls to the floor, and we know gravity is the reason. While the force of gravity is weak compared with other forces in nature, such as electricity and magnetism, its effects are the most far-reaching and dramatic. Gravity controls everything from the motion of the ocean tides to the expansion of the entire universe.

The GRACE mission detects changes in Earth’s gravity field bymonitoring the changes in distance between the two satellites as theyorbit Earth. The drawing is not to scale; the trailing spacecraft wouldactually be about 220 kilometers behind the lead spacecraft.

One of the NASA Earth Science Enterprise’s focus areas is Earth Surface and Interior studies, which includes studying the gravity field. The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE), launched by NASA on March 17, 2002, is revealing more detail about the gravity field than has ever been available before. Data provided by GRACE are substantially improving our knowledge of Earth’s gravity and of a number of important aspects of global change.

How does GRACE really work? How is it possible for a satellite in space to make such a precise measurement of gravity from so far away? It seems like something only an expert in gravity studies could understand, and we might think the details are beyond our comprehension. Perhaps, however, if we take another look at how this familiar force really works, we can begin to better understand how GRACE measures gravity from space.

next:Gravity 101

by Alan Ward
March 30, 2004

The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) was launched from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Russia on March 17, 2002. Shown here is the ROCKOT launch vehicle as it lifts off the pad carrying GRACE.

Gravity 101
Gravity Anomaly Maps and The Geoid
The Workings of GRACE
Key Spacecraft Components
The Future

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The Grace Configuration tool will not be updated beyond its current feature set; therefore, no new devices or peripherals will be added. The tool will remain available in its current state. Additionally, the CCS v6 plug-in will not be updated beyond CCS version 6.1.2. The installation instructions below suggest installing this older version of CCS to gain access to the plug-in.

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Fully harness MSP430 MCUs integrated analog and digital peripherals with Grace
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Enable and configure ADCs, DACs, timers, clocks, serial communication interfaces and more, by interacting with buttons, drop-down menus, and text fields. Navigate through the MSP430 MCUs highly integrated peripheral set with ease.


Specific MSP430 devices supported in the latest release are:

  • MSP430FR57xx/58xx/59xx Devices
  • MSP430G2xx Value Line Devices
  • MSP430F2xx Devices
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Stand-alone program or seamless integration into TI's eclipse-based Code Composer Studio software


Grace software generates easy-to-understand C code, which is directly inserted into your active project. This seamless integration into the integrated development environment (IDE) allows the Grace generated code to be debugged and downloaded into your MSP430 microcontroller just as if it was handwritten. Grace is also available as a stand-alone tool to support other IDEs, such as IAR Embedded Workbench.