APPENDIX C Product Label
Keyword Definitions, Values - VICAR Sort
Dictionary:PDS4 Keyword VICAR Property.VICAR Keyword |
General Definition |
XPath |
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Valid Values (attribute) |
Data Type | ||||
TELEMETRY. APPLICATION_PROCESS_ID |
The application_id (often abbreviated APID) attribute identifies the process, or source, which created the data. This can include information such as an identification of the instrument which generated the telemetry stream, its operating mode at the time of data acquisition, and any onboard compression of the data. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/application_id | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
TELEMETRY. APPLICATION_PROCESS_NAME |
The application_name attribute provides the name associated with the source or process which created the data. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/application_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
ARM_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEV_INSTRUMENT_ID |
The selected_instrument_id attribute specifies an abbreviated name or acronym that identifies the selected instrument mounted on the articulation device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[1]/selected_instrument_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
*_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEV_VECTOR |
The Vector_Device_Gravity class is a unit vector that specifies the direction of an external force acting on the articulation device, in the spacecraft's coordinate system, at the time the pose was computed. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[1]/Vector_Device_Gravity | |||
1) geom:x_unit 2) geom:y_unit 3) geom:z_unit 4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Unit | |||||
ARM_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_ANGLE |
The index_value_angle attribute provides the value of an angle as named by the associated index_id, index_name, or index_sequence_number. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle/Device_Angle_Index[*]/index_value_angle | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
*_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_ID |
The device_id attribute specifies the abbreviated identification of an articulation device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/device_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
GRAPPLE_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE |
The device_mode attribute specifies the deployment state (i.e., physical configuration) of an articulation device at the time of data acquisition. Examples include 'Arm Vibe', 'Deployed', 'Free Space', 'Stowed'. Note: the value set for this attribute is mission-specific and should be declared in a mission-specific dictionary. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[2]/device_mode | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
GRAPPLE_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_NAME |
The device_name attribute specifies the common name of an articulation device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/device_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
GRAPPLE_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_PHASE |
The device_phase attribute specifies the current phase of the mission, from an articulation-device-centric point of view. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[2]/device_phase | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
*_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_TEMP |
The index_value_temperature attribute provides the value of a temperature as named by the associated index_id or index_name. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Temperature/Device_Temperature_Index/index_value_temperature | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Temperature | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. AUTO_EXPOSURE_DATA_CUT |
The auto_exposure_data_cut attribute specifies the DN value which a specified fraction of pixels is permitted to exceed. The fraction is specified using the auto_exposure_data_fraction attribute. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure/auto_exposure_data_cut | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. AUTO_EXPOSURE_PERCENT |
The auto_exposure_percent attribute specifies the auto-exposure early-termination percent. If the desired DN (auto_exposure_data_cut) is within this percentage of the measured DN (the DN at which the percentage of pixels above that DN equals or exceeds the auto_exposure_pixel_fraction), then the auto exposure algorithm is terminated and the calculated time is accepted. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure/auto_exposure_percent | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
img:auto_exposure_pixel_fraction OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. AUTO_EXPOSURE_PIXEL_FRACTION |
The auto_exposure_pixel_fraction attribute specifies the percentage of pixels whose DN values may exceed the auto_expsoure_data_cut. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure/auto_exposure_pixel_fraction | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. AZIMUTH_FOV |
The sample_fov attribute specifies the angular measure of the field of view of an imaged scene, as measured in the image sample direction (generally horizontal). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/sample_fov | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. BAYER_METHOD |
Specifies whether the image still has a CFA pattern ("Encoded"), the CFA pattern has been removed ("Decoded") or it never had a pattern ("No CFA"). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Filter_Array/color_filter_array_state | |||
1) Encoded 2) Decoded 3) No CFA |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. CFA_TYPE |
Defines the type of Color Filter Array (CFA) used to encode multiple colors in a single exposure. The most common example of this is the Bayer pattern. This is optional if there is no CFA. Additional attributes, specific to each CFA type, define whether or not the CFA pattern has been removed, and if so, how (e.g. bayer_algorithm). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Filter_Array/color_filter_array_type | |||
1) Bayer RGGB |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. COLOR_SPACE |
Defines the color space in which this product is expressed. Some color spaces (e.g. XYZ or xyY) are independent of illuminant, while for others (e.g. sRGB or pRGB) the illuminant matters. It is expected that the defined color spaces will increase over time. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/color_space | |||
1) iRGB 2) sRGB 3) pRGB 4) wRGB 5) CIE_XYZ 6) CIE_xyY 7) HSI |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. COORDINATE_SYSTEM_INDEX |
Identifies a coordinate space using an index value given in an identified list. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*] 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*] 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*] 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*] 9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index 11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*] 12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index | |||
3) geom:index_name 4) geom:index_sequence_number 5) geom:List_Index_No_Units | |||||
*. COORDINATE_SYSTEM_INDEX_NAME |
The index_id attribute supplies a short name (identifier) for the associated value in a group of related values. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id 9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle/Device_Angle_Index[*]/index_id 11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Temperature/Device_Temperature_Index/index_id 12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 13)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id 14)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id 15)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter/Motion_Counter_Index[*]/index_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
geom:coordinate_space_frame_type *. COORDINATE_SYSTEM_NAME |
The coordinate_space_frame_type attribute identifies the type of frame being described, such as SITE, LOCAL_LEVEL, LANDER, ROVER, ARM, etc. When combined with Coordinate_Space_Index and the optional solution_id in the Coordinate_Space_Indexed class, this serves to fully name an instance of a coordinate space. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
*. DAT_TIM |
The program_start_date_time specifies the datetime for the start of the software program execution. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program[*]/program_start_date_time 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program/program_start_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
img_surface:derived_image_type_name DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. DERIVED_IMAGE_TYPE |
The derived_image_type_name attribute specifies how to interpret the pixel values in a derived image (or colloquially, the type of the derived image itself). Valid values vary per mission depending on the products produced. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/derived_image_type_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. DETECTOR_ERASE_COUNT |
The erase_count specifies the number of times a detector has been or will be flushed of data in raw counts, dependent on the parent class for the attribute. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Detector/erase_count | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
img:detector_to_image_rotation INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. DETECTOR_TO_IMAGE_ROTATION |
The detector_to_image_rotation attribute specifies the clockwise rotation, in degrees, that was applied to an image along its optical path through an instrument, from detector to final image orientation. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Detector/detector_to_image_rotation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
TELEMETRY. DOWNLOAD_PRIORITY |
The download_priority attribute specifies which data to downlink/transmit, based on order of importance. The lower numerical priority (higher-ranked number) data products are transmitted before higher numerical priority (lower-ranked number) data products. For example, an image with a downlink priority of 1 will be transmitted before an image with a downlink priority of 6. Value of 0 specifies use of on-board default. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/download_priority | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. DOWNSAMPLE_METHOD |
The processing_algorithm attribute specifies the name of the algorithm used to perform the processing specified by the enclosing class. Algorithm names should be defined in the project documentation, and/or in the enclosing class definition. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction/processing_algorithm 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Radiometric_Correction/processing_algorithm 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Filter_Array/processing_algorithm 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Sampling/Companding/processing_algorithm 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure/processing_algorithm | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn_surface:earth_received_start_date_time TELEMETRY. EARTH_RECEIVED_START_TIME |
The earth_received_start_date_time attribute provides the earliest time at which any component telemetry data for a particular product was received. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/earth_received_start_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
msn_surface:earth_received_stop_date_time TELEMETRY. EARTH_RECEIVED_STOP_TIME |
The earth_received_stop_date_time attribute provides the latest time at which any component telemetry data for a particular product was received. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/earth_received_stop_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ELEVATION_FOV |
The line_fov attribute specifies the angular measure of the field of view of an imaged scene, as measured in the image line direction (generally vertical). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/line_fov | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. ENCODED_DISPLAY_GAMMA |
Defines the gamma value encoded in this image. Gamma correction is used to nonlinearly compress the intensities in an image, and most display systems assume that images are encoded with an sRGB gamma. Note that this is a string value because the most common gamma correction ("sRGB") is not precisely expressible as a gamma exponent. A numeric value indicates a gamma exponent. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/encoded_display_gamma | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. ERROR_MODEL_DESC__PTR |
The Error_Model class specifies the name of the error model used, a reference to the algorithm descriptions, and the parameters needed for that algorithm. The specific set of values is determined by each individual missions. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Error_Model | |||
1) img_surface:error_model_name | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. ERROR_MODEL_NAME |
The error_model_name attribute specifies the method or algorithm used to create the error estimate. Each mission will define their own set of possible values. Algorithms will be added over time. The initial value is MIPL_CONST_DISPARITY_PROJECTED_V1, which means an arbitrary constant disparity error is assumed (in ERROR_MODEL_PARMS), which is projected through the camera models to approximate an error ellipse, which is then projected to the XYZ or range/crossrange axes depending on the file type. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Error_Model/error_model_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
TELEMETRY. EXPECTED_PACKETS |
The expected_packets attribute provides the total number of telemetry packets which constitute a complete data product, i.e., a data product without missing data. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/expected_packets | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. EXPOSURE_COUNT |
The exposure count attribute provides the number of exposures taken during a certain interval, such as the duration of one command. For example, this may include the number of exposures needed by an autoexpose algorithm. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Exposure/exposure_count | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. EXPOSURE_DURATION |
The exposure_duration attribute provides the amount of time the instrument sensor was gathering light from the scene, such as between opening and closing of a shutter, or between flushing and readout of a CCD. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Exposure/exposure_duration | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Time | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. EXPOSURE_DURATION_COUNT |
The exposure_duration_count attribute specifies the value, in raw counts, for the amount of time the instrument sensor was gathering light from the scene, such as between opening and closing of a shutter, or between flushing and readout of a CCD. This is the raw count either commanded or taken directly from telemetry as reported by the spacecraft. This attribute is the same as the exposure_duration but in DN counts instead of time, and the translation of exposure_duration_count to exposure_duration will differ by mission. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Exposure/exposure_duration_count 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/exposure_duration_count | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. EXPOSURE_TYPE |
The exposure_type attribute indicates the exposure setting on a camera. Valid values: 'Manual' - manual exposure setting, 'Auto' - autoexposure is applied by the camera, 'Test' - test exposure setting telling the camera to return a fixed-pattern test image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/exposure_type | |||
1) Manual 2) Auto 3) Test |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
IMAGE_DATA. FIRST_LINE |
The first_line attribute indicates the line within a source image that corresponds to the first line in a sub-image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/first_line | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
IMAGE_DATA. FIRST_LINE_SAMPLE |
The first_sample attribute indicates the sample within a source image that corresponds to the first sample in a sub-image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/first_sample | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. FLAT_FIELD_FILE_NAME |
The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product. |
1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 4)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference 5)/Product_Document/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference 6)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 7)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Geometry_Projection/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Stereo_Product_Parameters/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Placement_Target_Instrument/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Flat_Field_Correction/Flat_Field_File/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 13)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 14)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference 15)/Product_Browse/Reference_List/Internal_Reference/lid_reference | |||
ASCII_LID | |||||
msn_surface:flight_software_version_id TELEMETRY. FLIGHT_SOFTWARE_VERSION_ID |
The flight_software_version_id attribute identifies the version of the instrument flight software used to acquire the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/flight_software_version_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SYSTEM. FORMAT |
The data_type attribute provides the hardware representation used to store a value in Element_Array. |
1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/data_type 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited[*]/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/data_type 3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Element_Array/data_type 4)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Element_Array/data_type | |||
1) ComplexLSB16 2) ComplexLSB8 3) ComplexMSB16 4) ComplexMSB8 5) IEEE754LSBDouble 6) IEEE754LSBSingle 7) IEEE754MSBDouble 8) IEEE754MSBSingle 9) SignedBitString 10) SignedByte 11) SignedLSB2 12) SignedLSB4 13) SignedLSB8 14) SignedMSB2 15) SignedMSB4 16) SignedMSB8 17) UnsignedBitString 18) UnsignedByte 19) UnsignedLSB2 20) UnsignedLSB4 21) UnsignedLSB8 22) UnsignedMSB2 23) UnsignedMSB4 24) UnsignedMSB8 |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
IDENTIFICATION. FRAME_ID |
The frame_id attribute specifies an identification for a particular instrument measurement frame. A frame consists of a sequence of measurements made over a specified time interval, and may include measurements from different instrument modes. These sequences repeat from cycle to cycle and sometimes within a cycle. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Frame/frame_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. FRAME_TYPE |
The frame_type_name attribute specifies whether the image was commanded as part of a stereo pair or as a single left or right monoscopic image. If frame_type = 'Stereo', a left and a right image should be present. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Frame/frame_type_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
img_surface:geometry_projection_type IDENTIFICATION. GEOMETRY_PROJECTION_TYPE |
The geometry_projection_type attribute specifies how pixels in a file have been reprojected to correct for camera distortion, linearization, or rubber-sheeting (it is not the intent of this field to capture map projections). "Raw" indicates no projection has been done. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Geometry_Projection/geometry_projection_type | |||
1) Raw 2) Linearized |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
ARM_ARTICULATION_STATE. GRAVITY_ACCELERATION |
The surface_gravity attribute specifies the acceleration of gravity (magnitude, not direction). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/surface_gravity | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Acceleration | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. ILLUMINANT |
Defines the illuminant that was used in order to process this image. The valid values are open-ended but examples of valid values include: None, D65, 3000K, 5000K. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/illuminant | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
TELEMETRY. IMAGE_DATA_SIZE |
The data_size specifies number of bytes in the compressed data stream, not including headers. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/data_size | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. IMAGE_ID |
The image_id is an arbitrary string identifier that is associated with this image. The specific interpretation of it is mission-dependent, and it need not be unique to this image. For example, missions may use it as an image counter, a round-trip token indicating how to process the image, or a FSW-assigned value identifying the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Image_Identifiers/image_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. IMAGE_TYPE |
The image_type attribute specifies the type of image acquired. The intent is to distinguish between different kinds of image-related data that may differ in how they are interpreted. Some types are not standard images, but they are stored in an image structure. Examples include Regular, Thumbnail, Reference Pixels, Histogram, Row Sum, and Column Sum. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/image_type | |||
1) REGULAR 2) THUMBNAIL 3) REF_PIXELS 4) HISTOGRAM 5) ROW_SUM 6) COL_SUM 7) SPECTRA 8) HEALTH |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. INPUT_PRODUCT_ID |
The lidvid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier plus version_id, which uniquely identifies a product. |
1)/Product_File_Text/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal[*]/lidvid_reference 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product[*]/Internal_Reference/lidvid_reference 3)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal[*]/lidvid_reference 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product/Internal_Reference/lidvid_reference 5)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference/lidvid_reference 6)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/lidvid_reference | |||
ASCII_LIDVID | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. INPUT_PRODUCT_ID |
The Input_Product class describes one of the product most directly used as input to software for product creation, including raw, partially-processed, calibrated, or derived products. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product[*] 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product | |||
2) External_Reference | |||||
COMPRESSION_PARMS. INST_CMPRS_COLOR_MODE |
The color_subsampling_mode attribute specifies the JPEG color subsampling mode used during compression. Valid values: '4:2:2' - 4:2:2 chroma subsampling, which is the typical case, '4:4:4' - 4:4:4 chroma sampling, which indicates no subsampling, 'Grayscale' - indicates a grayscale image |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Onboard_Compression/JPEG_Parameters/color_subsampling_mode | |||
1) 4:4:4 2) 4:2:2 3) Grayscale |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
COMPRESSION_PARMS. INST_CMPRS_NAME |
The onboard_compression_type attribute identifies the type of on-board compression used for data storage and transmission. Valid Values: 'ICER', 'LOCO', 'JPEG', 'JPEG Progressive', 'MSSS Lossless', 'None'. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Onboard_Compression/onboard_compression_type | |||
1) ICER 2) ICT 3) LOCO 4) JPEG 5) JPEG Progressive 6) MSSS Lossless 7) None |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
COMPRESSION_PARMS. INST_CMPRS_QUALITY |
The jpeg_quality attribute is a JPEG specific variable which identifies the resultant or targeted image quality index for on-board data compression. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Onboard_Compression/JPEG_Parameters/jpeg_quality | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
COMPRESSION_PARMS. INST_CMPRS_RATE |
The onboard_compression_rate attribute provides the average number of bits needed to represent a pixel for image that was compressed on-board for data storage and transmission. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Onboard_Compression/onboard_compression_rate | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
COMPRESSION_PARMS. INST_CMPRS_RATIO |
The onboard_compression_ratio attribute provides the ratio of the size, in bytes, of the original uncompressed data object to its compressed form (original size / compressed size). Onboard compression is performed for data storage and transmission. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Onboard_Compression/onboard_compression_ratio | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_AZIMUTH__UNIT |
The instrument_azimuth attribute specifies the value for an instrument's rotation in the horizontal direction. It may be measured from a low hard stop, or relative to a coordinate frame. Although it may be used for any instrument where it makes sense, it is primarily intended for use in surface-based instruments that measure pointing in terms of azimuth and elevation. If this value is expressed using a coordinate system, the coordinate system is specified by the Coordinate_Space_Reference class. The interpretation of exactly what part of the instrument is being pointed is mission-specific. It could be the boresight, the camera head direction, the CAHV camera model A vector direction, or any of a number of other things. As such, for multimission use this value should be used mostly as an approximation, e.g. identifying scenes which might contain a given object. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/instrument_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_ELEVATION__UNIT |
The instrument_elevation attribute specifies the value for an instrument's rotation in the vertical direction. It may be usually measured from a low hard stop, or relative to a coordinate frame. Although it may be used for any instrument where it makes sense, it is primarily intended for use in surface-based instruments that measure pointing in terms of azimuth and elevation. If this value is expressed using a coordinate system, the coordinate system is specified by the Coordinate_Space_Reference class. The interpretation of exactly what part of the instrument is being pointed is mission-specific. It could be the boresight, the camera head direction, the CAHV camera model A vector direction, or any of a number of other things. As such, for multimission use this value should be used mostly as an approximation, e.g. identifying scenes that might contain a given object. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/instrument_elevation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
img_surface:ops_instrument_key IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_ID |
The ops_instrument_key attribute specifies the identifier or key for the instrument that was used during operations to look up instrument parameters or calibration. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/ops_instrument_key | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Preserved | |||||
img_surface:instrument_mode_id INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_MODE_ID |
The instrument_mode_id attribute provides an instrument-dependent designation of operating mode. This may be simply a number, letter or code, or a word such as 'normal', 'full resolution', 'near encounter', or 'fixed grating'. These types may vary by mission so the permissible values should be set by the mission dictionaries. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/instrument_mode_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
img_surface:instrument_serial_number IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_SERIAL_NUMBER |
The instrument serial number element provides the manufacturer's serial number assigned to an instrument. This number may be used to uniquely identify a particular instrument for tracing its components or determining its calibration history, for example. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/instrument_serial_number | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_TEMPERATURE |
The temperature_value attribute provides the temperature, in the specified units, of some point on an imaging instrument or other imaging instrument device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Instrument_State/Device_Temperatures/Device_Temperature[*]/temperature_value | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Temperature | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_TEMPERATURE_NAME |
The device_id attribute supplies the identifier of an imaging instrument, an imaging instrument device, or some point on the instrument or device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Instrument_State/Device_Temperatures/Device_Temperature[*]/device_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_TYPE |
The instrument_type attribute specifies the type of an instrument, for example IMAGING CAMERA, SPECTROMETER, IMAGING SPECTROMETER, RADIOMETER, etc. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/instrument_type | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
img_surface:instrument_version_number IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_VERSION_ID |
The instrument_version_number element identifies the specific model of an instrument used to obtain data. For example, this keyword could be used to distinguish between an engineering model of a camera used to acquire test data, and a flight model of a camera used to acquire science data during a mission. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Instrument_Information/instrument_version_number | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IMAGE_DATA. INVALID_CONSTANT |
The invalid_constant attribute provides a value that indicates the original value was outside the valid range for the parameter. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Special_Constants/invalid_constant 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Special_Constants/invalid_constant | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SYSTEM. LBLSIZE |
The offset attribute provides the displacement of the object starting position from the beginning of the parent structure (file, record, etc.). If there is no displacement, offset=0. |
1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/offset 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited[*]/offset 3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational_Supplemental[1]/Stream_Text/offset 4)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational_Supplemental[*]/Encoded_Image/offset 5)/Product_XML_Schema/File_Area_XML_Schema[*]/XML_Schema/offset 6)/Product_File_Text/File_Area_Text/Stream_Text/offset 7)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/offset 8)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Header/offset 9)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/offset 10)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational_Supplemental/Encoded_Image/offset 11)/Product_Browse/File_Area_Browse/Encoded_Image/offset | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer Units_of_Storage | |||||
SYSTEM. LBLSIZE |
The object_length attribute provides the length of the digital object in bytes. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Header/object_length | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer Units_of_Storage | |||||
IMAGE_DATA. LINE_SAMPLES |
The samples attribute indicates the total number of data instances along the horizontal axis of an image or sub-image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/samples | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
img_surface:linearization_mode DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. LINEARIZATION_MODE |
The linearization_mode attribute specifies what kind of stereo partner was used to linearize the image (the process requires two camera models). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Geometry_Projection/linearization_mode | |||
1) Nominal 2) Actual 3) None |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
img_surface:linearization_mode_fov DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. LINEARIZATION_MODE |
The linearization_mode_fov attribute specifies how the linearized camera model's field of view (FOV) as constructed (corresponding to the "cahv_fov" parameter in MIPL software). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Geometry_Projection/linearization_mode_fov | |||
1) Min 2) Max 3) Linear 4) None |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
IMAGE_DATA. LINES |
The lines attribute indicates the total number of data instances along the vertical axis of an image or sub-image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Subframe/lines | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. LOCAL_MEAN_SOLAR_TIME |
The local_mean_solar_time attribute provides the hour angle of the fictitious mean Sun at a fixed point on a rotating solar system body. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/local_mean_solar_time | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn:start_local_mean_solar_time IDENTIFICATION. LOCAL_MEAN_SOLAR_TIME |
start_local_mean_solar_time is the local mean solar time, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/Surface_Mission/start_local_mean_solar_time | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. LOCAL_TRUE_SOLAR_TIME |
The local_true_solar_time (LTST) attribute provides the local time on a rotating solar system body where LTST is 12 h at the sub-solar point (SSP) and increases 1 h for each 15 degree increase in east longitude away from the SSP for prograde rotation. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/local_true_solar_time | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn:start_local_true_solar_time IDENTIFICATION. LOCAL_TRUE_SOLAR_TIME |
start_local_true_solar_time is the local true solar time, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/Surface_Mission/start_local_true_solar_time | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn:start_local_true_solar_time_sol IDENTIFICATION. LOCAL_TRUE_SOLAR_TIME_SOL |
The start_local_true_solar_time_sol element specifies the number of solar days elapsed since a reference day (e.g. the day on which a landing vehicle set down) for local true solar time (LTST). Days are measured in rotations of the planet in question from midnight to midnight. The reference day is '0', as Landing day is Sol 0. If before Landing day, then value will be less than or equal to '0'and can be negative. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/Surface_Mission/start_local_true_solar_time_sol | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
cart:lander_map_projection_name SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. MAP_PROJECTION_TYPE |
The map_projection_name attribute provides the name of the map projection. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/lander_map_projection_name | |||
1) Cylindrical 2) Vertical 3) Perspective 4) Polar 5) Orthographic 6) Orthorectified 7) Cylindrical_Perspective |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. MAP_SCALE |
The pixel_resolution_x and pixel_resolution_y attributes indicate the image array pixel resolution (distance/pixel or degree/pixel) relative to the Cartesian (x,y) coordinate system as defined by the map projection. Due to varying properties across different map projections, actual surface distances for an individual pixel may be accurate only at specific location(s) within the image array (e.g. reference latitude or longitude, standard parallels, etc). For most PDS products, x and y resolution values are equal ('square' pixels). The inclusion of both x and y attributes allows for anticipated products where resolution may differ for each axis ('rectangular' pixels). NOTE: Definition of this PDS4 attribute differs from how 'resolution' was defined within PDS3. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/pixel_resolution_x 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/pixel_resolution_x | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Map_Scale | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. MAP_SCALE |
The pixel_resolution_x and pixel_resolution_y attributes indicate the image array pixel resolution (distance/pixel or degree/pixel) relative to the Cartesian (x,y) coordinate system as defined by the map projection. Due to varying properties across different map projections, actual surface distances for an individual pixel may be accurate only at specific location(s) within the image array (e.g. reference latitude or longitude, standard parallels, etc). For most PDS products, x and y resolution values are equal ('square' pixels). The inclusion of both x and y attributes allows for anticipated products where resolution may differ for each axis ('rectangular' pixels). NOTE: Definition of this PDS4 attribute differs from how 'resolution' was defined within PDS3. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/pixel_resolution_y 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/pixel_resolution_y | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Map_Scale | |||||
img:max_auto_exposure_iteration_count OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. MAX_AUTO_EXPOS_ITERATION_COUNT |
The max_auto_exposure_iteration_count attribute specifies the maximum number of exposure iterations the instrument will perform in order to obtain the requested exposure. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure/max_auto_exposure_iteration_count | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. MAXIMUM_ELEVATION |
The maximum_elevation attribute specifies the elevation (as defined by the coordinate system) of the first line of the image. For the Polar projection, specifies the highest elevation used, i.e. the elevation of the outermost circle of pixels. Applies to lander map projections Cylindrical, Polar, Sinusoidal, Perspective and Cylindrical-Perspective. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/maximum_elevation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. MESH_ID |
The mesh_id attribute specifies which terrain mesh this image should be automatically included in. This does not constrain which mesh(es) the image may be included in outside a pipeline environment. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Image_Identifiers/mesh_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. MINIMUM_ELEVATION |
The minimum_elevation attribute specifies the elevation (as defined by the coordinate system) of the last line of the image for Cylindrical map projections. Applies to Cylindrical, Perspective and Cylindrical-Perspective lander map projections. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/minimum_elevation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IMAGE_DATA. MISSING_CONSTANT |
The missing_constant attribute provides a value that indicates the original value was missing, such as due to a gap in coverage. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Special_Constants/missing_constant 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Special_Constants/missing_constant | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. MISSION_PHASE_NAME |
The mission_phase_name attribute provides the commonly recognized name for a mission phase. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/mission_phase_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_1 |
The Vector_Center describes the location of the entrance pupil of a camera. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Vector_Center 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHV_Model/Vector_Center 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Vector_Center | |||
4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Position_Base | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_2 |
The Vector_Axis is a unit vector that describes the axis of the camera, defined as the normal to the image plane. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Vector_Axis 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHV_Model/Vector_Axis 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Vector_Axis | |||
1) geom:x_unit 2) geom:y_unit 3) geom:z_unit 4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Unit | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_3 |
The Vector_Horizonal is a composite vector encoding three quantities: H' (a vector in the image plane perpendicular to the vertical columns), Hs (the distance between the lens center and image plane, measured in horizontal pixels), and Hc (the horizontal image coordinate directly under C when moving parallel to A). H' is often thought of as describing the orientation of rows in space, but is actually perpendicular to the columns. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Vector_Horizontal 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHV_Model/Vector_Horizontal 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Vector_Horizontal | |||
1) geom:x_pixel 2) geom:y_pixel 3) geom:z_pixel 4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Pixel | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_4 |
The Vector_Vertical is a composite vector encoding three quantities: V' (a vector in the image plane perpendicular to the horizontal rows), Vs (the distance between the lens center and image plane, measured in vertical pixels), and Vc (the vertical image coordinate directly under C when moving parallel to A). V' is often thought of as describing the orientation of columns in space, but is actually perpendicular to the rows. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Vector_Vertical 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHV_Model/Vector_Vertical 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Vector_Vertical | |||
1) geom:x_pixel 2) geom:y_pixel 3) geom:z_pixel 4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Pixel | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_5 |
The Vector_Optical is a unit vector that describes the axis of symmetry for radial distortion in the camera. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Vector_Optical 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Vector_Optical | |||
1) geom:x_unit 2) geom:y_unit 3) geom:z_unit 4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Unit | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_6 |
Radial_Terms contains the coefficients of a polynomial function used to describe the radial distortion of the camera. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Radial_Terms 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Radial_Terms | |||
1) geom:c0 2) geom:c1 3) geom:c2 4) geom:Polynomial_Coefficients_3 | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_COMPONENT_7 |
The Entrance_Terms contains the coefficients of a polynomial function used to model movement of the entrance pupil. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Entrance_Terms | |||
1) geom:c0 2) geom:c1 3) geom:c2 4) geom:Polynomial_Coefficients_3 | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_QUATERNION |
qcos is the scalar component of a quaternion. qcos = cos(theta/2), where theta is the angle of rotation. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Quaternion_Model_Transform/qcos 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qcos | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_QUATERNION |
qsin1 is the first element of the vector component of a quaternion. qsin1 = x*sin(theta/2) where theta is the angle of rotation and (x,y,z) is the unit vector around which the rotation occurs. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Quaternion_Model_Transform/qsin1 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin1 | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_QUATERNION |
qsin2 is the second element of the vector component of a quaternion. qsin2 = y*sin(theta/2) where theta is the angle of rotation and (x,y,z) is the unit vector around which the rotation occurs. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Quaternion_Model_Transform/qsin2 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin2 | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_QUATERNION |
qsin3 is the third element of the vector component of a quaternion. qsin3 = z*sin(theta/2) where theta is the angle of rotation and (x,y,z) is the unit vector around which the rotation occurs. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Quaternion_Model_Transform/qsin3 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin3 | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_VECTOR |
The x component of a Cartesian vector which has no units. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Vector_Model_Transform/x | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_VECTOR |
The y component of a Cartesian vector which has no units. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Vector_Model_Transform/y | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TRANSFORM_VECTOR |
The z component of a Cartesian vector which has no units. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Vector_Model_Transform/z | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. MODEL_TYPE |
The model_type attribute specifies an identifier for the type or kind of model. The value should be one of a well defined set, providing an application program with sufficient information to know how to handle the rest of the parameters within the model. This value will correlate directly with the specific camera model class that is a subclass of the Camera_Model_Parameters class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/model_type | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. MOSAIC_ID |
The mosaic_id attribute specifies which mosaic this image should be automatically included in. This does not constrain which mosaic(s) the image may be included in outside a pipeline environment. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Image_Identifiers/mosaic_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SYSTEM. NB |
The axes attribute provides a count of the axes. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/axes 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/axes | |||
1) 3 |
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | ||||
SYSTEM. NS |
The elements attribute provides the count of the number of elements along an array axis. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Axis_Array[*]/elements 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Axis_Array[*]/elements | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. OFFSET_MODE_ID |
The analog_offset attribute identifies the analog value that is subtracted from the signal prior to the analog/digital conversion. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Detector/analog_offset | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
The Onboard_Color_Matrix class represents a 3x3 matrix that is used onboard to perform color correction. It is done after de-Bayering, as all three color bands are needed for each pixel. The first three elements are multiplied by the R,G,B (respectively) pixel values and summed to get the output Red pixel value. Similarly, the second three create the output Green, and the last three the output Blue. If the label is not present, no correction was performed. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix | |||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the R pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied G and B pixel values to produce the output Red value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_R_r | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the G pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and B pixel values to produce the output Red value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_R_g | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the B pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and G pixel values to produce the output Red value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_R_b | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the R pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied G and B pixel values to produce the output Green value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_G_r | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the G pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and B pixel values to produce the output Green value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_G_g | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the B pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and G pixel values to produce the output Green value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_G_b | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the R pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied G and B pixel values to produce the output Blue value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_B_r | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the G pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and B pixel values to produce the output Blue value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_B_g | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_COLOR_MATRIX |
Specifies the factor that has been multiplied by the B pixel value after de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. This value is summed with the multiplied R and G pixel values to produce the output Blue value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Color_Matrix/onboard_B_b | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_RESPONSIVITY |
Specifies the factor that has been applied to the R cell of the Bayer pattern, before de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Responsivity/responsivity_factor_r | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_RESPONSIVITY |
Specifies the factor that has been applied to the G cell of the Bayer pattern, before de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Responsivity/responsivity_factor_g | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. ONBOARD_RESPONSIVITY |
Specifies the factor that has been applied to the B cell of the Bayer pattern, before de-Bayering (demosaicking) takes place. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing/Onboard_Responsivity/responsivity_factor_b | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
LANDER_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_OFFSET_VECTOR |
The Vector_Origin_Offset class contains attributes that specify the offset from the reference coordinate system's origin to the origin of the coordinate system. It is the location of the current system's origin as measured in the reference system. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Vector_Origin_Offset | |||
4) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Position_Base | |||||
geom:Quaternion_Plus_Direction LANDER_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_ROTATION_QUATERNION |
Quaternion_Plus_Direction provides the four elements of a quaternion and its direction of rotation. The two end point frames must be identified in the enclosing class. See the definition of Quaternion_Base for more details on the quaternion classes in this dictionary. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction | |||
1) geom:qcos 2) geom:qsin1 4) geom:qsin2 5) geom:qsin3 | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. PIXEL_AVERAGING_HEIGHT |
The height_pixels attribute provides the vertical dimension, in pixels. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Downsampling/Pixel_Averaging_Dimensions/height_pixels | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer Units_of_Misc | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. PIXEL_AVERAGING_WIDTH |
The width_pixels attribute provides the horizontal dimension, in pixels. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Downsampling/Pixel_Averaging_Dimensions/width_pixels | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer Units_of_Misc | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. PIXEL_DOWNSAMPLE_OPTION |
The processing_venue attribute specifies where the processing described by the parent class was performed. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Radiometric_Correction/processing_venue 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Filter_Array/processing_venue 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Sampling/Companding/processing_venue 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Shutter_Subtraction/processing_venue 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Shutter_Subtraction/processing_venue | |||
1) Onboard Hardware 2) Onboard Software 3) Onboard Both 4) Onboard 5) Ground 6) Ground Refined 7) None |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
IDENTIFICATION. PLANET_DAY_NUMBER |
The start_sol_number is the number of the Mars day on which an observation began. Landing day is Sol 0. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/Surface_Mission/start_sol_number | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. POINTING_MODEL_NAME |
The pointing_model_name attribute specifies which of several "pointing models" were used to transform the camera model based on updated pointing information. These updates are typically derived from mosaic seam corrections. This attribute and the associated Pointing_Model_Index classes define what the updated pointing information is, providing enough information to re-create the camera model from calibration data. If present, this attribute overrides the default pointing based on telemetry. The special value "NONE" shall be interpreted the same as if the attribute is absent (i.e. the default pointing model should be used). New model names can be created at any time; the models themselves should be described in a mission-specific ancillary file. See also the geom:solution_id attribute within the geom:Camera_Model_Parameters class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Pointing_Correction/Pointing_Correction_Image/pointing_model_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARAMS. POINTING_MODEL_PARAMS |
The Pointing_Model_Parameter class specifies the name and value (numeric) parameters needed by the pointing model identified by the pointing_model_name attribute in the Pointing_Correction parent class. The meaning of any given parameter is defined by the pointing model. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Pointing_Correction/Pointing_Correction_Image/Pointing_Model_Parameter[*] | |||
1) name 2) value | |||||
geom:positive_azimuth_direction LANDER_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. POSITIVE_AZIMUTH_DIRECTION |
The positive_azimuth_direction attribute specifies the direction in which azimuth is measured in positive degrees for an observer on the surface of a body. The azimuth is measured with respect to the elevation reference plane. A value of 'clockwise' indicates that azimuth is measured positively clockwise, and 'counterclockwise' indicates that azimuth increases positively counter-clockwise. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/positive_azimuth_direction | |||
1) Clockwise 2) Counterclockwise 3) CW 4) CCW |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
geom:positive_elevation_direction LANDER_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. POSITIVE_ELEVATION_DIRECTION |
The positive_elevation_direction attribute provides the direction in which elevation is measured in positive degrees for an observer on the surface of a body. The elevation is measured with respect to the azimuthal reference plane. A value of UP or ZENITH indicates that elevation is measured positively upwards, i.e., the zenith point would be at +90 degrees and the nadir point at -90 degrees. DOWN or NADIR indicates that the elevation is measured positively downwards; the zenith point would be at -90 degrees and the nadir point at +90 degrees. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/positive_elevation_direction | |||
1) Up 2) Zenith 3) Down 4) Nadir |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
proc:process_owner_institution_name IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCER_INSTITUTION_NAME |
The pprocess_owner_institution_name attribute specifies the name of the institution that owns the software process. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/process_owner_institution_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn_surface:product_completion_status TELEMETRY. PRODUCT_COMPLETION_STATUS |
The product_completion_status attribute indicates whether or not a product is complete or is in one of a number of incomplete states. Sample values might indicate that all portions of the product have been downlinked and received correctly, that all portions have not yet been received, or that the product contains transmission errors. The specific values are mission-dependent. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/product_completion_status | |||
1) PARTIAL 2) COMPLETE |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_CREATION_TIME |
The creation_date_time attribute provides a date and time when the object was created. |
1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/File/creation_date_time 2)/Product_XML_Schema/File_Area_XML_Schema[*]/File/creation_date_time 3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File/creation_date_time 4)/Product_Browse/File_Area_Browse/File/creation_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID |
A logical identifier identifies the set of all versions of an object. It is an object identifier without a version. |
1)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/logical_identifier 2)/Product_XML_Schema/Identification_Area/logical_identifier 3)/Product_File_Text/Identification_Area/logical_identifier 4)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/logical_identifier 5)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/logical_identifier 6)/Product_Browse/Identification_Area/logical_identifier | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID |
The file_name attribute provides the name of a file. |
1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/File/file_name 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational_Supplemental[*]/File/file_name 3)/Product_XML_Schema/File_Area_XML_Schema[*]/File/file_name 4)/Product_File_Text/File_Area_Text/File/file_name 5)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/Document_File/file_name 6)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File/file_name 7)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational_Supplemental/File/file_name 8)/Product_Browse/File_Area_Browse/File/file_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID |
The alternate_id attribute provides an additional identifier supplied by the data provider. |
1)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List/Alias/alternate_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID |
The local_identifier_reference attribute provides the value of the local_identifier of the entity described by the referencing class. Note that a local_identifier attribute, with the same value as this local_identifier_reference, must be present within the label. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Display_Settings/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[2]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference | |||
ASCII_Local_Identifier_Reference | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_AZIMUTH |
The projection_azimuth attribute specifies the azimuth of the horizontal center of projection for the Perspective lander map projection (loosely, where the camera model is pointing). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Perspective/projection_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ELEVATION |
The projection_elevation attribute specifies the elevation of the vertical center of projection (loosely, where the camera is pointing). For Perspective lander map projection, this applies to the single output camera model; for Cylindrical-Perspective it applies to each columns output camera model, before the rotation specified by Vector_Projection_Z_Axis. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Perspective/projection_elevation 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical_Perspective/projection_elevation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
cart:projection_elevation_line SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ELEVATION_LINE |
The projection_elevation_line attribute specifies the image line which corresponds to the projection_elevation attribute for each column of the Cylindrical-Perspective projection, before the rotation specified by Vector_Projection_Z_Axis. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical_Perspective/projection_elevation_line | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The x component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/Vector_Projection_Origin/x_position 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Ground_Location/x_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The y component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/Vector_Projection_Origin/y_position 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Ground_Location/y_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The z component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/Vector_Projection_Origin/z_position 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Ground_Location/z_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. PROJECTION_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The Vector_Projection_Origin class specifies the location of the origin of the projection. For Polar and Cylindrical projections, this is the XYZ point from which all the azimuth/elevation rays emanate. For the Cylindrical-Perspective projection, this defines the center of the circle around which the synthetic camera orbits. For Orthographic, Orthorectified, and Vertical projections, this optional keyword specifies the point on the projection plane that serves as the origin of the projection (i.e. all points on a line through this point in the direction of PROJECTION_Z_AXIS_VECTOR will be located at X=Y=0 in the projection). If not present, (0,0,0) should be assumed. This translation is generally not necessary and not often used; the (X|Y)_AXIS_MINIMUM and (X|Y)_AXIS_MAXIMUM fields allow the mosaic to be located arbitrarily in the projection plane. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/Vector_Projection_Origin | |||
4) cart:Vector_Cartesian_Position_Base | |||||
img:radiometric_zenith_scaling_factor DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RAD_ZENITH_SCALING_FACTOR |
Defines the scaling factor used for Scaled Radiance or Scaled Spectral Radiance. Scaled radiance is created by dividing radiance by this factor, which scales the radiance to what it would be if the sun were at the zenith with a clear atmosphere. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Radiometric_Correction/radiometric_zenith_scaling_factor | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RADIANCE_OFFSET |
The value_offset attribute is the offset to be applied to each stored value in order to recover an original value. The observed value (Ov) is calculated from the stored value (Sv) thus: Ov = (Sv * scaling_factor) + value_offset. The default value is 0. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Element_Array/value_offset 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Element_Array/value_offset | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RADIANCE_OFFSET__UNIT |
The unit attribute provides the unit of measurement. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Element_Array/unit 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Element_Array/unit | |||
UTF8_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RADIANCE_SCALING_FACTOR |
The scaling_factor attribute is the scaling factor to be applied to each stored value in order to recover an original value. The observed value (Ov) is calculated from the stored value (Sv) thus: Ov = (Sv * scaling_factor) + value_offset. The default value is 1. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Element_Array/scaling_factor 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Element_Array/scaling_factor | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RADIOMETRIC_CORRECTION_TYPE |
The radiometric_type defines the specific type of radiance measurement. Possible values include "Radiance", "Spectral Radiance", "Scaled Spectral Radiance". Note: There are many more possible values, and this definition can be updated to include more examples over time. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Radiometric_Correction/radiometric_type | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
img_surface:Vector_Range_Origin DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RANGE_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The Vector_Range_Origin class specifies the 3-D space from which the Range values are measured in a Range RDR. This will normally be the same as the C point of the camera. It is expressed in the coordinate system specified by the Coordinate_Space_Reference class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Vector_Range_Origin | |||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RANGE_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The x component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Vector_Range_Origin/x_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RANGE_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The y component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Vector_Range_Origin/y_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. RANGE_ORIGIN_VECTOR |
The z component of a Cartesian position vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Vector_Range_Origin/z_position | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
TELEMETRY. RECEIVED_PACKETS |
The received_packets attribute provides the total number of telemetry packets actually used to construct this data product. cf. expected_packets. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/received_packets | |||
ASCII_NonNegative_Integer | |||||
*. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX |
The index_value_number attribute provides the value with no applicable units as named by the associated index_id or index_name. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number 9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[2]/Device_Temperature/Device_Temperature_Index/index_value_number 11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number 13)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number 14)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter/Motion_Counter_Index[*]/index_value_number | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
IMAGE_DATA. SAMPLE_BIT_MASK |
The sample_bits attribute specifies the logical or active number of bits in the data, which is distinct from the physical number of bits (for example, encoding 12-bit data within 16-bit words). These logical bits are stored in the low order (least significant) bits, with unused bits filled with 0 (or 1 for negative integers to preserve a two's complement representation). This is distinct from the valid data range (specified by valid_minimum and valid_maximum in Special_Constants class) because all values, including missing/invalid flag values, must fit within the sample_bits. The intent is that the data should be able to be sent through a communication channel that passes only sample_bits with no loss in fidelity. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Sampling/sample_bits | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. SAMPLE_BIT_METHOD |
The companding_state attribute specifies whether the data is or has had its bit depth reduced, for example conversion from 12 to 8 bits via a lookup table or bit scaling. Valid values: None - values have not been companded. Companded - values are currently companded. Expanded - values have been companded but are now expanded back to original size. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Sampling/Companding/companding_state | |||
1) None 2) Companded 3) Expanded |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. SHUTTER_CORRECTION_MODE |
The active_flag attribute indicates whether or not the data processing described by the parent class is active. In general, the presence of the parent class implies it is active and thus active_flag is optional. The primary purpose for active_flag is to either explicitly indicate a correction is not active (for example, if it normally is but was explicitly turned off), or to be able to provide parameters for historical reasons that may no longer be relevant to a current correction. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Radiometric_Correction/active_flag 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Shutter_Subtraction/active_flag 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Shutter_Subtraction/active_flag | |||
ASCII_Boolean | |||||
OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. SHUTTER_CORRECTION_MODE |
The shutter_subtraction_mode specifies whether shutter subtraction will be performed, or if it is dependent on the exposure_duration_threshold_count. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Shutter_Subtraction/shutter_subtraction_mode 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Shutter_Subtraction/shutter_subtraction_mode | |||
1) True 2) Conditional |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
SITE_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. SOLAR_AZIMUTH |
The solar_azimuth attribute specifies one of two angular measurements indicating the direction to the Sun as measured from a specific point on the surface of a planet (eg., from a lander or rover). The positive direction of azimuth is set by the positive_azimuth_direction attribute in the reference coordinate space. The azimuth is measured in the clockwise or counterclockwise direction (as viewed from above) with the meridian passing through the positive spin axis of the planet (i.e., the north pole) defining the zero reference. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/solar_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
SITE_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. SOLAR_ELEVATION |
The solar_elevation attribute specifies one of two angular measurements indicating the direction to the Sun as measured from a specific point on the surface of a planet (eg., from a lander or rover). The positive direction of the elevation is set by the positive_elevation_direction attribute in the reference coordinate space. The elevation is measured from the plane which is normal to the line passing between the surface point and the planet's center of mass, and that intersects the surface point. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/solar_elevation | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. SOLAR_LONGITUDE |
The solar_longitude attribute provides the angle between the body-Sun line at the time of interest and the body-Sun line at its vernal equinox. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/solar_longitude | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. SOLAR_LONGITUDE |
solar_longitude is the solar longitude, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/Surface_Mission/solar_longitude | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. SOLUTION_ID |
The solution_id attribute specifies the unique identifier for the solution set to which the values in the group belong. For certain kinds of information, such as pointing correction (pointing models) and rover localization (coordinate system definitions), the "true" value is unknown and only estimates of the true value exist. Thus, more than one set of estimates may exist simultaneously, each valid for its intended purpose. Each of these sets is called a "solution" to the unknown true value. The solution_id attribute is used to identify which solution is being expressed by the containing group. No specific naming convention is defined here, however it is recommended that projects adopt one. The intent is to be able to identify who created the solution, and why. Possible components of the naming convention include user, institution, purpose, request ID, version, program, date/time. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/solution_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn:spacecraft_clock_partition IDENTIFICATION. SPACECRAFT_CLOCK_CNT_PARTITION |
The spacecraft_clock_partition provides the clock partition active for the spacecraft_clock attribute. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/spacecraft_clock_partition | |||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. SPACECRAFT_CLOCK_START_COUNT |
The spacecraft_clock_start is the value of the spacecraft clock at the beginning of the observation. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/spacecraft_clock_start | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. SPACECRAFT_CLOCK_STOP_COUNT |
The spacecraft_clock_stop is the value of the spacecraft clock at the end of the observation. spacecraft_clock_stop should only be used if there's also a spacecraft_clock_start value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Mission_Information/spacecraft_clock_stop | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
TELEMETRY. SPICE_FILE_NAME |
The spice_kernel_file_name attribute provides the file name of a SPICE kernel file used to process the data or to produce geometric quantities given in the label. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/SPICE_Kernel_Files/SPICE_Kernel_Identification/spice_kernel_file_name | |||
ASCII_File_Name | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. START_AZIMUTH |
The start_azimuth specifies the angular distance from a fixed reference position at which an image or observation starts. Azimuth is measured in a spherical coordinate system, in a plane normal to the principal axis. Azimuth values increase according to the right hand rule relative to the positive direction of the principal axis of the spherical coordinate system. For lander map projections, this attribute specifies the azimuth of the left edge of the output map. Applies to Cylindrical and Cylindrical-Perspective lander map projections only. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/start_azimuth 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical_Perspective/start_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. START_AZIMUTH |
The start_azimuth attribute specifies the angular distance from a fixed reference position at which an image or observation starts. Azimuth is measured in a spherical coordinate system, in a plane normal to the principal axis. Azimuth values increase according to the right hand rule relative to the positive direction of the principal axis of the spherical coordinate system. When applied to a site or surface projection coordinate space, specifies the azimuth of the left edge of the output map. Applies to Cylindrical and Cylindrical-Perspective projections only. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/start_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. START_TIME |
The start_date_time attribute provides the date and time appropriate to the beginning of the product being labeled. |
1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/start_date_time 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/start_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
img_surface:stereo_baseline_length DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. STEREO_BASELINE |
The stereo_baseline_length attribute specifies the separation between the two cameras used for processing of the stereo image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Stereo_Product_Parameters/stereo_baseline_length | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. STEREO_MATCH_ID |
The stereo_match_id attribute specifies which other image this image matches with for stereo processing. If used for a mission, the two images making up a stereo pair should share the same stereo_match_id value. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Image_Identifiers/stereo_match_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. STOP_AZIMUTH |
The stop_azimuth attribute specifies the angular distance from a fixed reference position at which an image or observation stops. Azimuth is measured in a spherical coordinate system, in a plane normal to the principal axis. Azimuth values increase according to the right hand rule relative to the positive direction of the principal axis of the spherical coordinate system. For lander map projections, this attribute specifies the azimuth of the right edge of the output map. Applies to Cylindrical and Cylindrical-Perspective lander map projections only. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/stop_azimuth 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical_Perspective/stop_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. STOP_AZIMUTH |
The stop_azimuth attribute specifies the angular distance from a fixed reference position at which an image or observation stops. Azimuth is measured in a spherical coordinate system, in a plane normal to the principal axis. Azimuth values increase according to the right hand rule relative to the positive direction of the principal axis of the spherical coordinate system. When applied to a site or surface projection coordinate space, specifies the azimuth of the right edge of the output map. Applies to Cylindrical and Cylindrical-Perspective projections only. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/stop_azimuth | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Angle | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. STOP_TIME |
The stop_date_time attribute provides the date and time appropriate to the end of the product being labeled. |
1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/stop_date_time 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/stop_date_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
cart:Vector_Surface_Ground_Location SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_GROUND_LOCATION |
The Vector_Surface_Ground_Location class specifies any point on the surface model, in order to fix the model in space. This point is measured in the coordinates specified by the Coordinate_Space reference in the Surface_Model_Parameters class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Ground_Location | |||
4) cart:Vector_Cartesian_Position_Base | |||||
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_MODEL_TYPE |
Specifies the type of surface used for the reprojection performed during the mosaicking process. Valid values: Planar - refers to a flat planar model; Spherical - refers to a spherical model. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/surface_model_type | |||
1) Spherical 2) Planar |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_NORMAL_VECTOR |
The Vector_Surface_Normal class specifies a vector normal to the planar surface model. This vector is measured in the coordinates specified by the Coordinate_Space reference in the Surface_Model_Parameters class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Normal | |||
1) cart:x_unit 2) cart:y_unit 3) cart:z_unit 4) cart:Vector_Cartesian_Unit_Base | |||||
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_NORMAL_VECTOR |
The x component of a unit vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Normal/x_unit | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_NORMAL_VECTOR |
The y component of a unit vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Normal/y_unit | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. SURFACE_NORMAL_VECTOR |
The z component of a unit vector. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Surface_Model_Planar/Vector_Surface_Normal/z_unit | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
img_surface:Placement_Target_Instrument DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. TARGET_INSTRUMENT |
Indicates the instrument that is referred to by the product. This is not the same as the instrument that acquired the product. For example, on InSight instrument placement products, it defines which instrument is being placed. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Placement_Target_Instrument | |||
1) name | |||||
IDENTIFICATION. TARGET_TYPE |
The comment attribute provides one or more remarks or thoughts relevant to the object. |
1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/comment 2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/comment 3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/comment 4)/Product_File_Text/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal[*]/comment 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product[*]/Internal_Reference/comment 6)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal[*]/comment 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Input_Product_List/Input_Product/Internal_Reference/comment 8)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List/Alias/comment 9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/comment 10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/comment 11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/comment 12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/comment 13)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference/comment 14)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/comment 15)/Product_Browse/Reference_List/Internal_Reference/comment | |||
ASCII_Text_Preserved | |||||
TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_PROVIDER_ID |
The provider_id attribute identifies the organization or subsystem that supplied the telemetry data product to the producer of the raw (EDR) PDS data product. This is typically (but not always) the organization responsible for reassembling packetized data into a single product. These may vary by mission so the permissible values should be set by the mission dictionaries. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/provider_id | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn_surface:telemetry_source_name TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_NAME |
The telemetry_source_name specifies the name source of the telemetry data described in the parent class. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_name | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn_surface:telemetry_source_sclk_start TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_SCLK_START |
The telemetry_source_sclk_start attribute specifies the value of the spacecraft clock (in seconds) at the creation time of the source product from which this product was derived. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_sclk_start | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
msn_surface:telemetry_source_start_time TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_START_TIME |
The telemetry_source_start_time specifies the creation time of the source product from which this product was derived. It is the same as the telemetry_source_sclk_start converted to Spacecraft Event Time (SCET). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_start_time | |||
ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC | |||||
msn_surface:transport_protocol TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_TYPE |
The transport_protocol attribute specifies the protocol used in the creation of the telemetry data products by the subsystem which generates the telemetry stream. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/transport_protocol | |||
1) SFDU 2) Data Product |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
*. USER |
The program_user attribute specifies the username of the person responsible for running the software prgoram. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program[*]/program_user 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program/program_user | |||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. X_AXIS_MAXIMUM |
The x_axis_maximum attribute specifies the value of the X coordinate (measured in the projection frame) of a Vertical, Orthographic or Orthorectified lander map projection at the top of the image. Note that +X is at the top of the image and +Y is at the right, so +X corresponds to North in the Vertical projection. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/x_axis_maximum 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/x_axis_maximum | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. X_AXIS_MINIMUM |
The x_axis_minimum attribute specifies the value of the X coordinate (measured in the projection frame) of a Vertical, Orthographic or Orthorectified lander map projection at the bottom of the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/x_axis_minimum 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/x_axis_minimum | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. Y_AXIS_MAXIMUM |
The y_axis_minimum attribute specifies the value of the Y coordinate (measured in the projection frame) of a Vertical, Orthographic or Orthorectified lander map projection at the right edge of the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/y_axis_maximum 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/y_axis_maximum | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. Y_AXIS_MINIMUM |
The y_axis_minimum attribute specifies the value of the Y coordinate (measured in the projection frame) of a Vertical, Orthographic or Orthorectified lander map projection at the left edge of the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Vertical/y_axis_minimum 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Orthorectified/y_axis_minimum | |||
ASCII_Real Units_of_Length | |||||
SURFACE_PROJECTION_PARMS. ZERO_ELEVATION_LINE |
The zero_elevation_line attribute specifies the image line representing 0.0 degree elevation. Applies to Cylindrical lander map projections. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical/zero_elevation_line | |||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The Alias class provides a single alternate name and identification for this product in this or some other archive or data system. |
1)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List/Alias | ||||
1) alternate_id 2) alternate_title 3) comment | |||||
The Alias_List class provides a list of paired alternate names and identifications for this product in this or some other archive or data system. |
1)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List | ||||
1) Alias | |||||
The Array 2D Image class is an extension of the Array 2D class and defines a two dimensional image. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image | ||||
1) Array_2D 2) offset 3) axes 4) name 7) md5_checksum 8) description 9) Display_2D_Image 10) Axis_Array 11) Element_Array 13) Object_Statistics 14) Digital_Object | |||||
The Array 3D Image class is an extension of the Array 3D class and defines a three dimensional image. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image | ||||
1) Array_3D 2) offset 3) axes 4) name 7) md5_checksum 8) description 9) Axis_Array 10) Element_Array 12) Object_Statistics 13) Digital_Object | |||||
The Articulation_Device_Parameters class contains those attributes and sub-classes that describe an articulation device. An articulation device is anything that can move independently of the spacecraft to which it is attached. Examples include mast heads, wheel bogies, arms, filter wheel, scan platforms. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*] | ||||
5) geom:selected_instrument_id 6) geom:Coordinate_Space_Present 7) geom:Coordinate_Space_Reference 9) geom:Device_Component_State 10) geom:Device_Motor_Counts | |||||
The author_list attribute contains a semi-colon-separated list of names of people to be cited as authors of the associated product. The general format for individual names is: SURNAME, GIVEN NAME(s). Initials may be used in lieu of given name(s). If the name contains a suffix ("Jr.", "Sr.", "III", etc.) it should be placed before the comma (,). Do not include the word "and" before the final author. All authors should be listed explicitly - do not elide the list using "et al.". |
1)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/author_list 2)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/author_list | ||||
UTF8_Text_Preserved | |||||
The Autoexposure class contains attributes used to identify or describe the algorithm used to automatically calculate the proper exposure time. This is generally based on some kind of histogram analysis. The specific autoexposure algorithm used is defined in the processing_algorithm attribute, and the specific set of attributes needed to describe it will vary based on the algorithm. Examples of autoexposure algorithms include "Maki 2003" used on MER, MSL ECAMs, M2020 ECAMS; "Maurice 2012" used on MSL ChemCam; "Smith 1997" used on Mars Pathfinder Imager. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters/Exposure/Autoexposure | ||||
5) img:auto_exposure_pixel_fraction 7) img:max_auto_exposure_iteration_count 8) img:sequence_number 9) img:Data_Processing | |||||
The Axis Array class is used as a component of the array class and defines an axis of the array. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Axis_Array[*] 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Axis_Array[*] | ||||
1) axis_name 3) elements 4) unit 6) Band_Bin_Set | |||||
The axis_index_order attribute provides the axis index that varies fastest with respect to storage order. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/axis_index_order 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/axis_index_order | ||||
1) Last Index Fastest |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
The axis_name attribute provides a word or combination of words by which the axis is known. |
1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_2D_Image/Axis_Array[*]/axis_name 2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Array_3D_Image/Axis_Array[*]/axis_name | ||||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
The blue_channel_band attribute identifies the number of the band, along the band axis, that should be loaded, by default, into the blue channel of a display device. The first band along the band axis has band number 1. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Display_Settings/Color_Display_Settings/blue_channel_band | ||||
ASCII_Integer | |||||
The Brightness_Correction class describes brightness corrections that were applied to an image or mosaic. Brightness correction is the process of adjusting the DN values of adjacent frames in a mosaic so they match visually. It may also involve contrast or vignetting adjustments. The result may no longer be radiometrically calibrated due to the adjustments. The processing_algorithm child of Brightness_Correction describes the type of brightness correction, and should correspond to the classes within Brightness_Correction_Image. If the algorithm is "MIXED", multiple algorithms were used, in which case the specific information in each Brightness_Correction_Image must be used. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction | ||||
4) img:sequence_number 5) img:Data_Processing 6) img:Brightness_Correction_File | |||||
The Brightness_Correction_HSI_Linear class works just like Brightness_Correction_Linear, except that the color image is first converted to HSI (Hue, Saturation, Intensity) space, the correction is applied only to Intensity, and then the result is converted back to RGB space. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction/Brightness_Correction_Image[*]/Brightness_Correction_HSI_Linear | ||||
The Brighness_Correction_Image class describes the brightness correction that was applied to a single image, whether alone or part of a mosaic. The image this correction applies to may be identified via the enclosed Internal_Reference, or via the order in which the Brightness_Correction_Image objects appear (which matches the order given in Input_Product_List). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction/Brightness_Correction_Image[*] | ||||
2) img:Brightness_Correction_HSI_Linear 3) img:Brightness_Correction_Linear | |||||
The brightness_offset attribute defines the additive factor used for a linear brightness correction. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction/Brightness_Correction_Image[*]/Brightness_Correction_HSI_Linear/brightness_offset | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The brightness_scale attribute defines the multiplicative factor used for a linear brightness correction. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Brightness_Correction/Brightness_Correction_Image[*]/Brightness_Correction_HSI_Linear/brightness_scale | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The first coefficient of a polynomial. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Radial_Terms/c0 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Entrance_Terms/c0 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Radial_Terms/c0 | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The second coefficient of a polynomial. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Radial_Terms/c1 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Entrance_Terms/c1 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Radial_Terms/c1 | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The third coefficient of a polynomial. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Radial_Terms/c2 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/Entrance_Terms/c2 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model/Radial_Terms/c2 | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The CAHV model is a linear, perspective-projection camera model (equivalent to a pinhole camera). It consists of four 3-vectors (C,A,H,V) that describe the internal and external camera model parameters needed to translate between 2D image coordinates and 3D world coordinates. C (Vector_Center) is the 3D position of the pinhole (center of the entrance pupil). A (Vector_Axis) is a unit vector normal to the image plane pointing outward. H (Vector_Horizontal) is a composite vector encoding three quantities: H' (a vector in the image plane perpendicular to the vertical columns), Hs (the distance between the lens center and image plane, measured in horizontal pixels), and Hc (the horizontal image coordinate directly under C when moving parallel to A). V (Vector_Vertical) similarly composites the analogous V', Vs, and Vc in the vertical direction. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHV_Model | ||||
The CAHVOR model is built upon CAHV (see CAHV_Model), adding radial (barrel or pincushion) distortion to the linear model. It adds two more 3-vectors to CAHV. O (Vector_Optical) is a unit vector representing the axis of symmetry for the radial distortion. R (Radial_Terms) contains the coefficients of a polynomial function that describes the radial distortion. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVOR_Model | ||||
The CAHVORE model is built upon CAHVOR (see CAHVOR_Model), adding support for fisheye lenses. It adds one more 3-vector and two scalars to CAHVOR. E (Entrance_Terms) contains the coefficients of a polynomial function used to model movement of the entrance pupil. The two scalars, cahvore_model_type and cahvore_model_parameter, together specify the type of lens being modeled. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model | ||||
The cahvore_parameter_type attribute is a scalar floating-point number used for CAHVORE Type 3 models (see cahvore_model_type). If the parameter is 1.0, the model is identical to type 1; if 0.0, it is identical to type 2. Most fish-eye lenses use a value in between. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/cahvore_model_parameter | ||||
ASCII_Real | |||||
The cahvore_model_type attribute indicates which variant of the CAHVORE model to use. Type 1 is a perspective-projection model, similar to CAHV and CAHVOR except for the moving entrance pupil. Type 2 is a fish-eye lens model reflecting fundamentally different geometry. Type 3 is a generalization that includes the first two, and is used for most fisheye-type lenses (see cahvore_model_parameter). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/CAHVORE_Model/cahvore_model_type | ||||
1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 |
ASCII_Integer | ||||
The Camera_Model_Offset class specifies the location of the image origin with respect to the camera model's origin. For CAHV/CAHVOR models, this origin is not the center of the camera, but is the upper-left corner of the "standard"-size image, which is encoded in the CAHV vectors. Applies to the Perspective lander map projection. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Perspective/Camera_Model_Offset | ||||
1) cart:line 2) cart:sample | |||||
A camera model describes the mathematical relationship between the coordinates of a point in 3-dimensional space and its projection onto a 2-dimensional image plane. There are numerous types of camera models. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters | ||||
2) geom:calibration_source_id 8) geom:Coordinate_Space_Reference 9) geom:Reference_Frame_Identification | |||||
The Cartography class provides a description of how a 3D sphere, spheroid, or elliptical spheroid or the celestial sphere is mapped onto a plane. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography | ||||
1) cart:Spatial_Domain | |||||
The Citation_Information class provides specific fields often used in citing the product in journal articles, abstract services, and other reference contexts. |
1)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information 2)/Product_File_Text/Identification_Area/Citation_Information 3)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information | ||||
1) author_list 2) editor_list 4) doi 5) keyword 6) description | |||||
The Collection class provides a description of a set of products. |
1)/Product_Collection/Collection | ||||
2) description | |||||
The collection_type attribute provides a classification for the collection. |
1)/Product_Collection/Collection/collection_type | ||||
1) Browse 2) Calibration 3) Context 4) Data 5) Document 6) Geometry 7) Miscellaneous 8) SPICE Kernel 9) XML Schema |
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | ||||
The color_display_axis attribute identifies, by name, the axis of an Array (or Array subclass) that is intended to be displayed in the color dimension of a display device. I.e., bands from this dimension will be loaded into the red, green, and blue bands of the display device. The value of this attribute must match the value of one, and only one, axis_name attribute in an Axis_Array class of the associated Array. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Display_Settings/Color_Display_Settings/color_display_axis | ||||
ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed | |||||
The Color_Display_Settings class provides guidance to data users on how to display a multi-banded Array object on a color-capable display device. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Display_Settings/Color_Display_Settings | ||||
2) comment | |||||
The Color_Filter_Array class describes whether or not an image was acquired using a Color Filter Array (CFA) and if so, whether and how the CFA pattern was removed. A CFA is a method for making color images using one exposure on a single sensor plane, where microfilters of different wavelengths are put in front of pixels in a specific pattern. The most common pattern is the Bayer pattern, which has a red, blue, and two green pixels in every 2x2 pixel square. Although generally used for RGB color, CFA filters can be of any number and wavelength (see color_filter_array_type). |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Filter_Array | ||||
1) img:color_filter_array_type 3) img:color_filter_array_state 6) img:sequence_number 7) img:Data_Processing | |||||
The Color_Processing class contains parameters describing color correction or processing and how the image is represented in color. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Color_Processing | ||||
3) img:color_component 8) img:sequence_number 9) img:color_dn_scaling_method 10) img:color_dn_scaling_factor 11) img:Data_Processing | |||||
The Command_Execution class contains information about how the command that acquired this data was executed, such as sequence or activity. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution | ||||
2) msn_surface:sequence_version_id 3) msn_surface:sequence_execution_count 4) msn_surface:command_sequence_number 5) msn_surface:command_source_id 6) msn_surface:observation_id 7) msn_surface:request_id | |||||
The Commanded_Parameters class contains attributes used to identify or describe the commands sent to a spacecraft to perform one or more actions resulting in the acquisition of the current data product. These are distinct from similar values in the root Imaging class which indicate the state of the image as acquired. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Commanded_Parameters | ||||
1) description 5) img:Detector 7) img:Exposure 9) img:Focus 10) img:Focus_Stack 11) img:Frame 13) img:Optical_Filter 15) img:Radiometric_Correction 16) img:Sampling 18) img:Subframe | |||||
The Companding class describes whether or not data is or has had its bit depth reduced (for example conversion from 12 to 8 bits via a lookup table or bit scaling), the venue where it occurred (Software or Hardware), and the method used to complete the companding. The processing_algorithm attribute specifies how data was companded. Generally this will either be via a lookup table (such as a square root encoding), or by shifting bits to preserve the high order bits and discard the low order bits. The value of this keyword is mission specific but there are recommended values that should apply across missions when possible: NONE - no scaling. LUTn - use the numbered lookup table. Lookup tables are defined in the mission SIS. It is preferred for "n" to be a number but it could be a name, for example LUT_MMM_3 to indicate LUT 3 for the MMM instruments (on MSL). MSB_BITn - Shift to make bit "n" the most significant. Bits start numbering at 0 so MSB_BIT7 means no shift for a 12->8 bit companding, while MSB_BIT11 means to shift right 4 bits for a 12->8 bit companding. AUTOSHIFT - Data should be shifted to preserve the highest value. This value should only appear in a command echo; one of the MSB_BITn values should be used in downlinked data to specify what the actual shift was. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Imaging/Sampling/Companding | ||||
5) img:sequence_number 6) img:Data_Processing 7) img:Companding_File | |||||
The Context Area provides context information for a product. |
1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area 2)/Product_Document/Context_Area | ||||
1) comment 7) Mission_Area | |||||
The Coordinate_Space classes are typically used for lander/rover geometry while the Coordinate_System construction is used for orbiter/flyby geometry. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*] | ||||
2) geom:positive_azimuth_direction 3) geom:positive_elevation_direction 4) geom:Coordinate_Space_Present | |||||
The Coordinate_Space_Indexed class contains the attributes and classes identifying the indexed coordinate space. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed 8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed | ||||
The Coordinate_Space_Present class includes the attributes that identifies the coordinate space presently being defined. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present | ||||
1) geom:Coordinate_Space_Identification 2) geom:Coordinate_Space_Indexed 3) geom:Coordinate_Space_SPICE | |||||
The Coordinate_Space_Reference class includes the attributes that identify the coordinate space being used to express coordinates in the class in which it appears. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Imaging/Derived_Product_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference 2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Reference 3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Surface_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference 4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry/Coordinate_Space_Reference 5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Camera_Model_Parameters/Coordinate_Space_Reference 6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference 7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Derived_Geometry[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference | ||||
1) geom:Coordinate_Space_Identification 2) geom:Coordinate_Space_Indexed 3) geom:Coordinate_Space_SPICE | |||||
The copyright attribute is a character string giving information about the exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise exploit an object, whether physical or digital. |
1)/Product_Document/Document/copyright | ||||
ASCII_Text_Preserved | |||||
This is an in-situ projection used for (non-stereo) panoramas. Each image row represents a constant elevation and each image column represents a constant azimuth, from a given point of view. The image scale in degrees per pixel is constant across the image. |
1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Cartography/Spatial_Reference_Information/Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition/Local/Map_Projection_Lander/Cylindrical | ||||