It’s be a quarter of a year since LES-5 was recovered and we began decoding telemetry. The spacecraft sends 128 words (8 bit bytes) every 10.24 seconds which is called a format. That format is comprised of four frames of 32 words. Of the 128 words eight are used for syncing and 24 used for parity checking. This leaves 96 that contain telemetry data. Until now we only fully understand eight of the words used for the Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) experiment, leaving 88 words with unknown meaning. What follows is how we determined the meaning of four more words that reveal the health of LES-5’s solar power system and the present rotational period of the spacecraft.