Mars2020 RIMFAX Instrument Product Label Keyword Definitions, Values - VICAR Sort

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 msn_surface:application_id

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, the Application Process Identifier (APID) identifies the data type encapsulated in the packet, including whether the packet is a data product packet or a non-data product packet. M2020 shall implement the following APID assignments (all numbers below are in decimal, all ranges are inclusive):

a) APID 2047 is used for Idle Packets.
b) APID 2040-2046 will not be produced by M2020 as these APIDs are reserved by the CCSDS standard.
c) APID 0 will not be produced by M2020 .
d) APID 1 is reserved for X-band time correlation packets.
e) APIDs 2-99 are assigned to non-data product packets. Individual values will be assigned to particular packet types as they are identified. Definitions of these packet formats are defined in this document. Definition of APID assignments is included in the Rover Flight Software APID XML.
f) APIDs 100-2039 are assigned to RCE Flight Software data product packets. Definition of APID assignments is included in the Rover Flight Software APID XML.
g) APIDs 1500-2039 are reserved for SSE (Simulation and Support Equipment) product types.

(Above text from M2020 FGICD Volume 1, Rev A)

For M2020, only APID Names uniquely identify Data Product types across all FSW versions. For this reason, the integer APIDs are not documented here.


See also APPLICATION_PROCESS_NAME and Appendix A.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/application_id

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 msn_surface:application_name

TELEMETRY. APPLICATION_PROCESS_NAME

The application_name attribute provides the name associated with the source or process which created the data.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, only APID Names uniquely identify Data Product types across all FSW versions.

See also APPLICATION_PROCESS_ID and Appendix A.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/application_name

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:index_value_string

ARM_ARTICULATION_STATE. ART_DEV_COMPONENT_STATE_NAME

The index_value attribute provides the string value as named by the associated index_id or index_name.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Component_State/Device_Component_State_Index[*]/index_value_string

1) "NO CONTACT"

2) "CONTACT"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:selected_instrument_id

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[2]/selected_instrument_id

1) "TURRET"

2) "DRILL"

3) "DOCKING POST"

4) "PIXL"

5) "GDRT"

6) "FCS"

7) "WATSON"

8) "SHERLOC"

9) "CUSTOM TCP"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:index_value_angle

*_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
Values are in radians.

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

 geom:device_id

*_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

1) "CHASSIS"

2) "HGA"

3) "RSM"

4) "ARM"

5) "SHA"

6) "SCS"

7) "DRILL"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:device_mode

CHASSIS_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE
DRILL_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE
GRAPPLE_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE
HGA_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE
RSM_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_MODE
SCS_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
The SCS tube states are defined as followed:
a) "EMPTY" - tube has not been used to collect a sample.
b) "FILLED" - tube has been used to collect a sample (regardless of volume).
c) "SEAL DISPENSED" - seal has been inserted into the tube, but not sealed.
d) "SEAL ACTIVATED" - tube is sealed.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/device_mode

1) "EMPTY"

2) "FILLED"

3) "SEAL DISPENSED"

4) "SEAL ACTIVATED"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:device_name

*_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_NAME
ARM_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

1) "MOBILITY CHASSIS"

2) "HIGH GAIN ANTENNA"

3) "REMOTE SENSING MAST"

4) "SAMPLE ARM"

5) "SAMPLE HANDLING ARM"

6) "SAMPLE CACHE SYSTEM"

7) "DRILL"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:index_value_temperature

*_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

 geom:index_value_number

*_ARTICULATION_STATE. ARTICULATION_DEVICE_TEMP_COUNT

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/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_value_number

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_value_number

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter/Motion_Counter_Index[*]/index_value_number

ASCII_Real

 msn_surface:auto_delete_flag

TELMETRY. AUTO_DELETE_FLAG

Indicates if the product was to be automatically deleted onboard after it is transmitted.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/auto_delete_flag

ASCII_Boolean

 msn_surface:boot_counter

TELEMETRY. BOOT_COUNT

Counter indicating the number of times the spacecraft flight software has been booted. The intent is that this is a global counter that can uniquely identify the current FSW boot, so other counters that reset at boot time can be disambiguated.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/boot_counter

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:command_dispatch_sclk

TELEMETRY. COMMAND_DISPATCH_SCLK

Specifies the spacecraft clock time at which the command execution was started.

Mars 2020 Specific:
The subseconds for this SCLK are expressed not in milliseconds but rather in counts, where each count is 1/65536 of a second. This is indicated in the PDS4 label (but not the VICAR/ODL label) by a ":" rather than a "." separating the integer and subsecond components of the SCLK.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/command_dispatch_sclk

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:command_sequence_number

IDENTIFICATION. COMMAND_SEQUENCE_NUMBER

The command_sequence_number attribute provides a numeric identifier for a sequence of commands sent to a spacecraft or instrument.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, this is the command number which identifies the specific generating command within the specified sequence.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/command_sequence_number

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 msn_surface:communication_session_id

TELEMETRY. COMMUNICATION_SESSION_ID

Identifies the communication session used to acquire this data.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, this is the active communication session ID at the timeof MPDU (Metadata Protocol Data Unit) creation. The MPDU is the first PDU (Protocol Data Unit) produced for a data product, and contains general and M2020 specific metadata. It is wholly contained in a single packet. A value of 0 means the value is not set.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/communication_session_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:index_value_string

ARM_ARTICULATION_STATE. CONTACT_SENSOR_STATE

The index_value attribute provides the string value as named by the associated index_id or index_name.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Component_State/Device_Component_State_Index[*]/index_value_string

1) "NO CONTACT"

2) "CONTACT"

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/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/coordinate_space_frame_type

1) "SITE_FRAME"

2) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

3) "ROVER_MECH_FRAME"

4) "LOCAL_LEVEL_FRAME"

5) "RSM_HEAD_FRAME"

6) "ARM_TURRET_FRAME"

7) "ARM_DRILL_FRAME"

8) "ARM_DOCKING_POST_FRAME"

9) "ARM_PIXL_FRAME"

10) "ARM_GDRT_FRAME"

11) "ARM_FCS_FRAME"

12) "ARM_WATSON_FRAME"

13) "ARM_SHERLOC_FRAME"

14) "ARM_CUSTOM_TCP_FRAME"

15) "PIXL_BASE_FRAME"

16) "PIXL_SENSOR_FRAME"

17) "HELI_G_FRAME"

18) "HELI_M_FRAME"

19) "HELI_S1_FRAME"

20) "HELI_S2_FRAME"

21) "CINT_FRAME"

22) "MCMF_FRAME"

23) "MCZ_CAL_PRIMARY"

24) "DRILL_BIT_TIP"

25) "MEDA_RDS"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:index_value_string

INSTRUMENT_STATE_PARMS. DEVICE_COMPONENT_STATE

The index_value attribute provides the string value as named by the associated index_id or index_name.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Component_State/Device_Component_State_Index[*]/index_value_string

1) "NO CONTACT"

2) "CONTACT"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:download_priority

TELEMETRY. DOWNLOAD_PRIORITY

The download_priority attribute specifies which data to downlink/transmit, based on order of importance. The ranking and meaning of specific values will vary depending on the mission, and should be defined in the mission software interface specification (SIS).

Mars 2020 Specific:
Lower numerical values have the higher priority. For example, a product with a priority of 25 will be transmitted before one with a priority of 50. Values are 0-101 for M2020.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/download_priority

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 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

 msn_surface:expected_packets

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, telemetry data processing does not track "packets", but instead data product "parts"

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/expected_packets

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 msn_surface:expected_transmission_path

TELEMETRY. EXPECTED_TRANSMISSION_PATH

Specifies the planned transmission path (route) for the telemetry data. See also transmission_path and communication_session_id.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/expected_transmission_path

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Internal_Reference

DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. FLAT_FIELD_FILE_NAME

The Internal_Reference class is used to cross-reference other products in PDS4-compliant registries of PDS and its recognized international partners.

Mars 2020 Specific:
Specifies the name of the flat field file used for radiometric correction. This file should be in the calibration collection.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]

8)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference

11)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference

12)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference

13)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference

14)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]

1) lid_reference

2) lidvid_reference

3) reference_type

4) comment

 lid_reference

DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. FLAT_FIELD_FILE_NAME

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 msn_surface:flight_software_mode

TELEMETRY. FLIGHT_SOFTWARE_MODE

Specifies the active flight software mode at the time of data product creation. Interpretation of specific modes is mission-dependent.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/flight_software_mode

1) "UNKNOWN"

2) "TEST"

3) "PRELAUNCH"

4) "LAUNCH"

5) "ECLIPSE"

6) "CRUISE"

7) "EDL_APPROACH"

8) "EDL_MAIN"

9) "SURFACE_NOMINAL"

10) "SURFACE_STANDBY"

11) "NONPRIME_TEST"

12) "NONPRIME_PRELAUNCH"

13) "NONPRIME_LAUNCH"

14) "NONPRIME_ECLIPSE"

15) "NONPRIME_CRUISE"

16) "NONPRIME_EDL_APPROACH"

17) "NONPRIME_EDL_MAIN"

18) "NONPRIME_SURFACE_NOMINAL"

19) "NONPRIME_SURFACE_STANDBY"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
The version is defined as the time of the FSW build, in seconds since 12:00:00, Jan. 1, 2000.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/flight_software_version_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:data_size

TELEMETRY. IMAGE_DATA_SIZE

The data_size specifies number of bytes in the compressed data stream, not including headers.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For Mastcam-Z, Watson, and ACI, specifies the size of the image data product on the camera DEA.

For SkyCam, reports the size of the telemetered image data in bytes, i.e. the sum of the Image Data fields of all the segments of the image.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/data_size

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 geom:Device_Angle

OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_COORDINATE

The Device_Angle class is a container for the set of angles between the various components or devices of the spacecraft.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle

1) local_identifier

2) geom:Device_Angle_Index

 geom:Device_Angle

OBSERVATION_REQUEST_PARMS. INSTRUMENT_COORDINATE_NAME

The Device_Angle class is a container for the set of angles between the various components or devices of the spacecraft.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle

1) local_identifier

2) geom:Device_Angle_Index

 title

IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_ID

The title attribute provides a short, descriptive text string suitable use as a title or brief description in display or listing of products.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/title

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/title

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/title

4)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/title

UTF8_Short_String_Collapsed

 Observing_System_Component

IDENTIFICATION. INSTRUMENT_ID

The Observing System Component class describes one or more subsystems used to collect data.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component

2)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]

1) FRONT_HAZCAM_LEFT_A

2) FRONT_HAZCAM_LEFT_B

3) FRONT_HAZCAM_RIGHT_A

4) FRONT_HAZCAM_RIGHT_B

5) REAR_HAZCAM_LEFT

6) REAR_HAZCAM_RIGHT

7) NAVCAM_LEFT

8) NAVCAM_RIGHT

9) CACHECAM

10) SUPERCAM_RMI

11) MCZ_LEFT

12) MCZ_RIGHT

13) SHERLOC_WATSON

14) SHERLOC_ACI

15) PIXL_MCC

16) SKYCAM

17) LCAM

18) EDL_PUCAM1

19) EDL_PUCAM2

20) EDL_PUCAM3

21) EDL_DDCAM

22) EDL_RDCAM

23) EDL_RUCAM

24) EDL_MICROPHONE

25) HELI_NAV

26) HELI_RTE

27) MEDA_ENVIRONMENT

28) MOXIE

29) PIXL_ENGINEERING

30) PIXL_SPECTROMETER

31) SUPERCAM_NONIMAGE

32) SHERLOC_SPECTROMETER

33) RIMFAX_MOBILE

34) RIMFAX_STATIONARY

 lid_reference

DERIVED_IMAGE. INVERSE_LUT_FILE_NAME

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 offset

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_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/offset

2)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/offset

3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/offset

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 local_mean_solar_time

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, the valid value is embedded with a Sol value that
can be different than the Sol (see PLANET_DAY_NUMBER) associated with LTST (see LOCAL_TRUE_SOLAR_TIME). The time portion of the valid value is expressed in terms of a 24-hour clock. So, in an example using Sol 27, the valid value range for the 24-hour clock would be represented as
"Sol-00027M00:00:00.000" to "Sol-00027M23:59:59.999".

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/local_mean_solar_time

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 local_true_solar_time

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

 geom:Vector_Origin_Offset

*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_OFFSET_VECTOR
ARM_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_OFFSET_VECTOR
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

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Vector_Origin_Offset

1) geom:Vector_Cartesian_Position_Base

2) geom:x_position

3) geom:y_position

4) geom:z_position

 geom:Quaternion_Plus_Direction

*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_ROTATION_QUATERNION
ARM_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. ORIGIN_ROTATION_QUATERNION
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

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction

1) geom:qcos

2) geom:qsin1

3) geom:rotation_direction

4) geom:qsin2

5) geom:qsin3

 geom:positive_azimuth_direction

*_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For the M2020 operational coordinate frames, which follow the Mars Pathfinder convention, increasing azimuth moves in a clockwise ("CLOCKWISE") direction as viewed from above.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/positive_azimuth_direction

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/positive_azimuth_direction

1) "CLOCKWISE"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:positive_elevation_direction

*_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For the M2020 operational coordinate frames, which follow the Mars Pathfinder convention, increasing elevation ("UP")
moves towards the negative Z axis.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/positive_elevation_direction

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/positive_elevation_direction

1) "UP"

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

1) "MULTIMISSION INSTRUMENT PROCESSING LAB

2) JET PROPULSION LAB"

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, the valid values indicate whether it was a complete or partial product as it came out of MPCS, and whether the checksum passed, failed, or was missing.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/product_completion_status

1) "PARTIAL"

2) "PARTIAL_CHECKSUM_FAIL"

3) "COMPLETE_CHECKSUM_PASS"

4) "COMPLETE_NO_CHECKSUM"

5) "COMPLETE_CHECKSUM_FAIL"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 creation_date_time

IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_CREATION_TIME

The creation_date_time attribute provides a date and time when the object was created.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File/creation_date_time

ASCII_Date_Time_YMD

 logical_identifier

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_Document/Identification_Area/logical_identifier

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/logical_identifier

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/logical_identifier

4)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/logical_identifier

ASCII_LID

 version_id

IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID

The version_id attribute provides the version of the product, expressed in the PDS [m.n] notation.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/version_id

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/version_id

3)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/version_id

4)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/version_id

5)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/version_id

6)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/version_id

7)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/version_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 alternate_id

IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID

The alternate_id attribute provides an additional identifier supplied by the data provider.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, it is the filename minus the extension.

1)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List/Alias/alternate_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 local_identifier_reference

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, EDRs use a standard, predefined frame name for each occurrence. However, RDRs can use any value
available in COORDINATE_SYSTEM_NAME. Despite that, only a few frame names are commonly used. "SITE_FRAME" is used for most SITE, ROVER, and LOCAL_LEVEL CS definitions, as well as for XYZ data and many mosaics. "ROVER_NAV_FRAME" is used for most other CS definitions, surface normals, camera models, and some mosaics. "LOCAL_LEVEL_FRAME" is used for some mosaics. PIXL_SENSOR_FRAME is defined in terms of PIXL_BASE_FRAME which is itself defined (as a constant) in terms of ARM_PIXL_FRAME.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference

1) "SITE_FRAME"

2) "SITE_FRAME"

3) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

4) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

5) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

6) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

7) "SITE_FRAME"

8) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

9) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

10) "PIXL_BASE_FRAME"

11) "ARM_PIXL_FRAME"

ASCII_Local_Identifier_Reference

 file_name

IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID

The file_name attribute provides the name of a file.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/Document_File/file_name

2)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/File/file_name

3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File/file_name

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 lidvid_reference

IDENTIFICATION. PRODUCT_ID

The lidvid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier plus version_id, which uniquely identifies a product.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, this keyword indicates the PRODUCT_ID (filename minus extension) of the EDRs (not RDRs) that were used to create this product. In an EDR, this keyword exists and refers to itself; i.e. it is equivalent to PRODUCT_ID.

1)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/lidvid_reference

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:received_packets

TELEMETRY. RECEIVED_PACKETS

The received_packets attribute provides the total number of telemetry packets actually used to construct this data product. cf. expected_packets.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, telemetry data processing does not track "packets", but instead data product "parts".

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/received_packets

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 local_identifier_reference

*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, EDRs use a standard, predefined frame name for each occurrence. However, RDRs can use any value
available in COORDINATE_SYSTEM_NAME. Despite that, only a few frame names are commonly used. "SITE_FRAME" is used for most SITE, ROVER, and LOCAL_LEVEL CS definitions, as well as for XYZ data and many mosaics. "ROVER_NAV_FRAME" is used for most other CS definitions, surface normals, camera models, and some mosaics. "LOCAL_LEVEL_FRAME" is used for some mosaics. PIXL_SENSOR_FRAME is defined in terms of PIXL_BASE_FRAME which is itself defined (as a constant) in terms of ARM_PIXL_FRAME.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference

1) "SITE_FRAME"

2) "SITE_FRAME"

3) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

4) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

5) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

6) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

7) "SITE_FRAME"

8) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

9) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

10) "PIXL_BASE_FRAME"

11) "ARM_PIXL_FRAME"

ASCII_Local_Identifier_Reference

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Index

*. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_INDEX

Identifies a coordinate space using an index value given in an identified list.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]

1) geom:List_Index_No_Units

2) geom:index_sequence_number

3) geom:index_name

4) geom:index_id

5) geom:index_value_number

 local_identifier_reference

*_COORDINATE_SYSTEM. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_NAME
*_DERIVED_GEOMETRY_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_NAME
DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_NAME
GEOMETRIC_CAMERA_MODEL. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_NAME
SURFACE_MODEL_PARMS. REFERENCE_COORD_SYSTEM_NAME

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, EDRs use a standard, predefined frame name for each occurrence. However, RDRs can use any value
available in COORDINATE_SYSTEM_NAME. Despite that, only a few frame names are commonly used. "SITE_FRAME" is used for most SITE, ROVER, and LOCAL_LEVEL CS definitions, as well as for XYZ data and many mosaics. "ROVER_NAV_FRAME" is used for most other CS definitions, surface normals, camera models, and some mosaics. "LOCAL_LEVEL_FRAME" is used for some mosaics. PIXL_SENSOR_FRAME is defined in terms of PIXL_BASE_FRAME which is itself defined (as a constant) in terms of ARM_PIXL_FRAME.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference/local_identifier_reference

1) "SITE_FRAME"

2) "SITE_FRAME"

3) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

4) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

5) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

6) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

7) "SITE_FRAME"

8) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

9) "ROVER_NAV_FRAME"

10) "PIXL_BASE_FRAME"

11) "ARM_PIXL_FRAME"

ASCII_Local_Identifier_Reference

 msn_surface:request_id

IDENTIFICATION. REQUEST_ID

The request_id is used to group related datasets together by science or engineering application or theme, such as frames in a mosaic.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/request_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:calibration

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_CALIBRATION

True if the radar is connected to the calibration cable, false if it is connected to the antenna cable.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/calibration

ASCII_Boolean

 mars2020:config_id

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_CONFIG_ID

Identifier of current RIMFAX configuration mode

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/config_id

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:decimation

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_DECIMATION

Onboard decimation of acquired soundings, in number of soundings removed per each sounding downlinked.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/decimation

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:gate_frequency

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_GATE_FREQUENCY

Frequency of the gate signal

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/gate_frequency

ASCII_Real

Units_of_Frequency

 mars2020:group_spacing

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_GROUP_SPACING

Distance between sounding groups (i.e. distance between soundings of a given mode) as set in activity uplink (actual distance may deviate slightly); 0 if not a Traverse sounding

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/group_spacing

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:lis_soundings

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_LIS_SOUNDINGS

The number of soundings in a Long Integration Sounding (LIS) observation.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/lis_soundings

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:number_of_samples

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_NUMBER_OF_SAMPLES

Number of samples in each sounding.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/number_of_samples

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:number_of_sweeps

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_NUMBER_OF_SWEEPS

Number of sweeps that are integrated internally in the radar.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/number_of_sweeps

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:receive_only

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_RECEIVE_ONLY

True if the radar is in passive mode, false if it is in active (normal radar) mode.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/receive_only

ASCII_Boolean

 mars2020:rx_attenuation

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_RX_ATTENUATION

Attenuation in the receive path; higher values represent more dampening of the received signal

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/rx_attenuation

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:rx_delay

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_RX_DELAY

Time delay of receiver gate

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/rx_delay

ASCII_Integer

Units_of_Time

 mars2020:setup_file

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_SETUP_FILE

Name of the setup file.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/setup_file

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:sinetable

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_SINETABLE

Sine table used to create the radar bandwidth sweep.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/sinetable

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:start_frequency

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_START_FREQUENCY

Start frequency of recorded bandwidth range (same as stop_frequency for single-frequency Passive Meas)

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/start_frequency

ASCII_Integer

Units_of_Frequency

 mars2020:stop_frequency

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_STOP_FREQUENCY

Stop frequency of recorded bandwidth range (same as start_frequency for single-frequency Passive Meas)

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/stop_frequency

ASCII_Integer

Units_of_Frequency

 mars2020:sweep_time

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_SWEEP_TIME

Duration of radar-signal generation sweep through frequency bandwidth, for Active Meas; Duration of receive-only sweep through frequency bandwidth, for Passive Meas

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/sweep_time

ASCII_Real

Units_of_Time

 mars2020:tx_attenuation

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_TX_ATTENUATION

Attenuation in the transmit path, higher values represent lower output power

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/tx_attenuation

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:tx_delay

IDENTIFICATION. RFAX_TX_DELAY

Time delay of transmitter gate

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/tx_delay

ASCII_Integer

Units_of_Time

 geom:index_id

IDENTIFICATION. ROVER_MOTION_COUNTER_NAME

The index_id attribute supplies a short name (identifier) for the associated value in a group of related values.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For the M20 rover: SITE, DRIVE, POSE, ARM, CHIMRA, DRILL, RSM, HGA, DRT, IC.

For the M20 helicopter: FLIGHT, POS

For the M20 LVS camera: SET, INSTANCE

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index/index_id

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Component_State/Device_Component_State_Index[*]/index_id

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Temperature/Device_Temperature_Index[*]/index_id

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle/Device_Angle_Index[*]/index_id

5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id

6)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/Coordinate_Space_Index[*]/index_id

7)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter/Motion_Counter_Index[*]/index_id

1) "SITE"

2) "DRIVE"

3) "POSE"

4) "ARM"

5) "SHA"

6) "DRILL"

7) "RSM"

8) "HGA"

9) "BITCAR"

10) "SEAL"

11) "RTT"

12) "PMC"

13) "FLIGHT"

14) "POS"

15) "SET"

16) "INSTANCE"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:sequence_execution_count

TELEMETRY. SEQUENCE_EXECUTION_COUNT

The sequence_execution_count specifies how many times this sequence has executed since the last reset of the flight computer.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, this means RCE (Rover Compute Element) start-up or boot, which happens every time the rover wakes up (generally daily).

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/sequence_execution_count

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 msn_surface:sequence_id

IDENTIFICATION. SEQUENCE_ID

The sequence_id identifies the command sequence used to acquire this product.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M20, this consists of two components. First, a 4-letter "category" which typically corresponds to the relevant FSW subsystem (e.g. "eng_" for surface engineering sequences) or payload (e.g. " zcam" for Mastcam-Z sequences). Second, a 5-digit unique number for the sequence.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/sequence_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:sequence_version_id

IDENTIFICATION. SEQUENCE_VERSION_ID

The sequence_version_id identifies which of potentially several versions of a sequence_id were used to acquire this product.

Mars 2020 Specific:
Note that sequence versions start at 1, so a value of 0 indicates there was no sequence involved in the acquisition

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Command_Execution/sequence_version_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 solar_longitude

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

 geom:solution_id

*_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, when in a COORDINATE_SYSTEM group, the SOLUTION_ID specifies the ID of the coordinate system being defined in that group. It must be globally unique across all coordinate system instances, i.e. it cannot be reused to define the same coordinate system instance differently. Different coordinate system instances (for example, different values of the RMC index) may share the same SOLUTION_ID. The SOLUTION_ID should be the same identifier used in the PLACES rover localization database. The special name "telemetry" is used for values telemetered from the rover. If SOLUTION_ID is absent, "telemetry" should be assumed.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/solution_id

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed/solution_id

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 lidvid_reference

IDENTIFICATION. SOURCE_PRODUCT_ID

The lidvid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier plus version_id, which uniquely identifies a product.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, this keyword indicates the PRODUCT_ID (filename minus extension) of the EDRs (not RDRs) that were used to create this product. In an EDR, this keyword exists and refers to itself; i.e. it is equivalent to PRODUCT_ID.

1)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/lidvid_reference

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:spice_kernel_file_name

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

 start_date_time

IDENTIFICATION. START_TIME

The start_date_time attribute provides the date and time appropriate to the beginning of the product being labeled.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, the time period of interest is returned from SPICE suburoutines and based on the beginning of data acquisition.

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/start_date_time

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/start_date_time

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/start_date_time

ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC

 lid_reference

DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. STEREO_PRODUCT_ID

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 stop_date_time

IDENTIFICATION. STOP_TIME

The stop_date_time attribute provides the date and time appropriate to the end of the product being labeled.

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/stop_date_time

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Time_Coordinates/stop_date_time

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Time_Coordinates/stop_date_time

ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC

 lid_reference

DERIVED_IMAGE_PARMS. TARGET_INSTRUMENT

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 lid_reference

IDENTIFICATION. TARGET_NAME

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 lid_reference

IDENTIFICATION. TARGET_TYPE

The lid_reference attribute provides the logical_identifier for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/lid_reference

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/lid_reference

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/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_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/lid_reference

ASCII_LID

 msn_surface:provider_id

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

1) "MPCS_M2020_DP"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:telemetry_source_checksum

TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_CHECKSUM

Specifies the checksum for the telemetry stream from which this product was derived.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, it is the sum of each (unsigned) byte in the data areas of all DPOs. It does not include the DPO headers. For M20 LVS, it is instead just the sum of all pixel values in the image.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_checksum

ASCII_Integer

 msn_surface:telemetry_source_host_name

TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_HOST_NAME

Specifies the name of the host venue that provided the telemetry source data used in the creation of this data set.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, example is "M2020mstbgds1".

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_host_name

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, in most cases this is the name of the data product, for example "MczRScidata_0123456789-00000-1.dat". For helicopter and LVS images, this is the name of the image supplied by the respective team after their preprocessing.

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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, it refers to the creation time (DVT) of the onboard DPO and comes from the secondary packet header. Note that this is the SCLK used by Data Management operationally to identify data products.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_sclk_start

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:telemetry_source_size

TELEMETRY. TELEMETRY_SOURCE_SIZE

Specifies the length in bytes of the telemetry stream from which this product was derived.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For M2020, it is the length of the user portion of the Data
Product Object (DPO).

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/telemetry_source_size

ASCII_Integer

 msn_surface:telemetry_source_start_time

IDENTIFICATION. 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_DOY_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.

Mars 2020 Specific:
For most products, this is "DATA PRODUCT", since that's what comes down for the spacecraft. For Heli and LVS images, the value is "TEAM-GENERATED IMAGE", indicating that the "telemetry" source from the IDS perspective is an image that was pre-processed by the helicopter or LVS teams.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/transport_protocol

1) "DATA PRODUCT"

2) 'TEAM-GENERATED IMAGE"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:transmission_path

TELEMETRY. TRANSMISSION_PATH

Indicates the actual transmission path (route) for the telemetry data. See also expected_transmission_path and communication_session_id.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/transmission_path

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 msn_surface:virtual_channel_id

TELEMETRY. VIRTUAL_CHANNEL_ID

Specifies the type of data flowing in the telemetry virtual channel.

Mars 2020 Specific:

The Virtual Channel Identifier is used by M2020 to identify the RCE string generating the Transfer Frame, and to indicate the type of data flowing in the telemetry virtual channel. RCE String A is indicated by all Virtual Channel Identifier values having a '0' as the high bit (e.g., virtual channels 0 to 31); RCE String B is indicated by all Virtual Channel Identifier values having a '1' for the high bit (e.g., virtual channels 32 to 63).

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information/Telemetry/virtual_channel_id

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:active_flight_computer

The active_flight_computer indicates which flight computer "string" (separate sets of electronics) was active when a product was acquired. For Mars 2020 there are two redundant flight computers called "strings", also known as Rover Compute Elements (RCEs). Either string, A or B, may be active at any given time.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/active_flight_computer

1) "A"

2) "B"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Alias

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

 Alias_List

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

 geom:Articulation_Device_Parameters

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[*]

1) local_identifier

2) geom:device_id

3) geom:device_name

4) geom:device_mode

5) geom:device_phase

6) geom:selected_instrument_id

7) geom:Device_Angle

8) geom:Device_Component_State

9) geom:Device_Motor_Counts

10) geom:Device_Pose

11) geom:Vector_Device_Gravity

12) geom:Vector_Device_Gravity_Magnitude

13) geom:Device_Temperature

14) geom:Coordinate_Space_Present

15) geom:Coordinate_Space_Reference

16) geom:Commanded_Geometry

 geom:attitude_propagation_counter

Count in clock units of how long it has been since the last IMU reset, which relates to how good the attitude measurement is due to IMU drift.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[1]/Coordinate_Space_Quality/attitude_propagation_counter

ASCII_Real

 author_list

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_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/author_list

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/author_list

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/author_list

UTF8_Text_Preserved

 Bundle

The Bundle class describes a collection of collections.

1)/Product_Bundle/Bundle

1) bundle_type

2) description

3) Conceptual_Object

 Bundle_Member_Entry

The Bundle Member Entry class provides a member reference to a collection.

1)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]

1) lid_reference

2) lidvid_reference

3) member_status

4) reference_type

 bundle_type

The bundle_type attribute provides a classification for the bundle.

1)/Product_Bundle/Bundle/bundle_type

1) "Archive"

2) "Supplemental"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Citation_Information

The Citation_Information class provides specific fields often used in citing the product in journal articles, abstract services, and other reference contexts.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information

1) author_list

2) editor_list

3) publication_year

4) doi

5) keyword

6) description

 Collection

The Collection class provides a description of a set of products.

1)/Product_Collection/Collection

1) collection_type

2) description

 collection_type

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

 msn_surface:Command_Execution

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

1) msn_surface:sequence_id

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:command_dispatch_sclk

7) msn_surface:observation_id

8) msn_surface:request_id

9) msn_surface:boot_counter

10) msn_surface:rtt_version

 comment

The comment attribute is a character string expressing one or more remarks or thoughts relevant to the object.

1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/comment

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/comment

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/comment

4)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/comment

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/comment

6)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/comment

7)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Alias_List/Alias/comment

8)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/comment

9)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/comment

10)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/comment

ASCII_Text_Preserved

 Context_Area

The Context Area provides context information for a product.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area

2)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area

1) comment

2) Time_Coordinates

3) Primary_Result_Summary

4) Investigation_Area

5) Observing_System

6) Target_Identification

7) Mission_Area

8) Discipline_Area

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Definition

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)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]

1) local_identifier

2) geom:positive_azimuth_direction

3) geom:positive_elevation_direction

4) geom:quaternion_measurement_method

5) geom:Coordinate_Space_Present

6) geom:Vector_Origin_Offset

7) geom:Quaternion_Plus_Direction

8) geom:Coordinate_Space_Reference

9) geom:Coordinate_Space_Quality

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Indexed

The Coordinate_Space_Indexed class contains the attributes and classes identifying the indexed coordinate space.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Present/Coordinate_Space_Indexed

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference/Coordinate_Space_Indexed

1) geom:coordinate_space_frame_type

2) geom:solution_id

3) geom:Coordinate_Space_Index

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Present

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

2)/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

4) Local_Internal_Reference

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Quality

Parameters that indicate the quality of the coordinate space knowledge.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Quality

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Quality

1) geom:quaternion_measurement_method

2) geom:attitude_propagation_counter

3) geom:attitude_propagation_duration

 geom:Coordinate_Space_Reference

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/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Reference

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Reference

1) geom:Coordinate_Space_Identification

2) geom:Coordinate_Space_Indexed

3) geom:Coordinate_Space_SPICE

4) Local_Internal_Reference

 copyright

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

 data_type

The data_type attribute provides the hardware representation used to store a value in Field_Delimited (see PDS Standards Reference section "Character Data Types").

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/data_type

2)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/data_type

3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/data_type

1) "ASCII_AnyURI"

2) "ASCII_BibCode"

3) "ASCII_Boolean"

4) "ASCII_DOI"

5) "ASCII_Date_DOY"

6) "ASCII_Date_Time_DOY"

7) "ASCII_Date_Time_DOY_UTC"

8) "ASCII_Date_Time_YMD"

9) "ASCII_Date_Time_YMD_UTC"

10) "ASCII_Date_YMD"

11) "ASCII_Directory_Path_Name"

12) "ASCII_File_Name"

13) "ASCII_File_Specification_Name"

14) "ASCII_Integer"

15) "ASCII_LID"

16) "ASCII_LIDVID"

17) "ASCII_LIDVID_LID"

18) "ASCII_MD5_Checksum"

19) "ASCII_NonNegative_Integer"

20) "ASCII_Numeric_Base16"

21) "ASCII_Numeric_Base2"

22) "ASCII_Numeric_Base8"

23) "ASCII_Real"

24) "ASCII_String"

25) "ASCII_Time"

26) "ASCII_VID"

27) "UTF8_String"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 description

The description attribute provides a statement, picture in words, or account that describes or is otherwise relevant to the object.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/description

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/description

3)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/description

4)/Product_Bundle/Bundle/description

5)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/description

6)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/description

7)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/description

8)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/description

9)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/description

10)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/description

11)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/description

12)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/description

UTF8_Text_Preserved

 geom:Device_Angle_Index

The Device_Angle class is a container for the set of angles the spacecraft device specified in the parent Articulation_Device_Parameters class.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Angle/Device_Angle_Index[*]

1) geom:List_Index_Angle

2) geom:index_value_angle

3) geom:index_sequence_number

4) geom:index_name

5) geom:index_id

 geom:Device_Component_State

The Device_Component_State class is a container for the states of the various components of the articulation device.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[2]/Device_Component_State

1) local_identifier

2) geom:Device_Component_State_Index

 geom:Device_Component_State_Index

The Device_Component_State_Index class is a container for one state of a component of the articulation device.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Component_State/Device_Component_State_Index[*]

1) geom:List_Index_Text

2) geom:index_sequence_number

3) geom:index_name

4) geom:index_id

5) geom:index_value_string

 geom:Device_Temperature

The Device_Temperature class is a container for all available device temperatures of an articulated device and/or part(s) of a device.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[2]/Device_Temperature

1) local_identifier

2) geom:Device_Temperature_Index

 geom:Device_Temperature_Index

The Device_Temperature_Index class specifies the attributes describing the temperature of one device or some part of a device.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Articulation_Device_Parameters[*]/Device_Temperature/Device_Temperature_Index[*]

1) geom:List_Index_Temperature

2) geom:index_sequence_number

3) geom:index_name

4) geom:index_id

5) geom:index_value_temperature

6) geom:index_value_number

 Discipline_Area

The Discipline area allows the insertion of discipline specific metadata.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area

1) Geometry

2) Surface_Mission_Information

3) Processing_Information

 Document

The Document class describes a document.

1)/Product_Document/Document

1) revision_id

2) document_name

3) doi

4) author_list

5) editor_list

6) acknowledgement_text

7) copyright

8) publication_date

9) document_editions

10) description

11) Document_Edition

12) Digital_Object

 Document_Edition

A Document Edition is one complete version of the document in a set of files that is distinguished by language, a unique assemblage of file formats, or some other criteria.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition

1) edition_name

2) starting_point_identifier

3) language

4) files

5) description

6) Document_File

 Document_File

The Document File class describes a file which is a part of a document.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/Document_File

1) File

2) directory_path_name

3) file_name

4) document_standard_id

5) local_identifier

6) creation_date_time

7) file_size

8) records

9) md5_checksum

10) comment

11) Digital_Object

 document_standard_id

The document_standard_id attribute provides the formal name of a standard used for the structure of a document file.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/Document_File/document_standard_id

1) "7-Bit ASCII Text"

2) "Encapsulated Postscript"

3) "GIF"

4) "HTML"

5) "HTML 2.0"

6) "HTML 3.2"

7) "HTML 4.0"

8) "HTML 4.01"

9) "JPEG"

10) "LaTEX"

11) "MPEG-4"

12) "Microsoft Excel"

13) "Microsoft Word"

14) "PDF"

15) "PDF/A"

16) "PNG"

17) "Postscript"

18) "Rich Text"

19) "TIFF"

20) "UTF-8 Text"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 doi

The doi attribute provides the Digital Object Identifier for an object, assigned by the appropriate DOI System Registration Agency.

1)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/doi

2)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/External_Reference[*]/doi

ASCII_DOI

 domain

The radial "zone" or "shell" of the target for which the observations were collected or which are represented in the product(s). The value may depend on wavelength_range and size of the target.

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/Science_Facets/domain

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/Science_Facets/domain

1) "Atmosphere"

2) "Dynamics"

3) "Heliosheath"

4) "Heliosphere"

5) "Interior"

6) "Interstellar"

7) "Ionosphere"

8) "Magnetosphere"

9) "Rings"

10) "Surface"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 edition_name

The edition name attribute provides a name by which the edition is known.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/edition_name

UTF8_Short_String_Collapsed

 editor_list

The editor_list attribute contains a semi-colon-separated list of names of people to be cited as editors 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 editor. All editors should be listed explicitly - do not elide the list using "et al.".

1)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/editor_list

2)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/editor_list

UTF8_Text_Preserved

 External_Reference

The External_Reference class is used to reference a source outside the PDS registry system.

1)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/External_Reference[*]

1) doi

2) reference_text

3) description

 Field_Binary

The Field_Binary class defines a field of a binary record or a field of a binary group.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary

1) name

2) field_number

3) field_location

4) data_type

5) field_length

6) field_format

7) unit

8) scaling_factor

9) value_offset

10) description

11) Special_Constants

12) Field_Statistics

13) Packed_Data_Fields

 Field_Delimited

The Field_Delimited class defines a field of a delimited record or a field of a delimited group.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]

1) name

2) field_number

3) data_type

4) maximum_field_length

5) field_format

6) unit

7) scaling_factor

8) value_offset

9) description

10) Special_Constants

11) Field_Statistics

 field_delimiter

The field_delimiter attribute provides the character that marks the boundary between two fields in a delimited table.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/field_delimiter

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/field_delimiter

1) "Comma"

2) "Horizontal Tab"

3) "Semicolon"

4) "Vertical Bar"

5) "comma"

6) "horizontal tab"

7) "semicolon"

8) "vertical bar"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 field_length

The field_length attribute provides the number of bytes in the field.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/field_length

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 field_location

The field_location attribute provides the starting byte for a field within a record or group, counting from '1'.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/field_location

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 field_number

The field_number attribute provides the position of a field, within a series of fields, counting from 1. If two fields within a record are physically separated by one or more groups, they have consecutive field numbers; the fields within the intervening group(s) are numbered separately. Fields within a group separated by one or more (sub)groups, will also have consecutive field numbers.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/field_number

2)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/field_number

3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/field_number

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 fields

The fields attribute provides a count of the total number of scalar fields directly associated with a table record. Fields within groups within the record are not included in this count.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/fields

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/fields

3)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/fields

4)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/fields

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 File

The File class consists of attributes that describe a file in a data store.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/File

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File

1) file_name

2) local_identifier

3) creation_date_time

4) file_size

5) records

6) md5_checksum

7) comment

8) Digital_Object

 File_Area_Inventory

The File Area Inventory class describes a file and an inventory consisting of references to members.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory

1) File_Area

2) File

3) Inventory

 File_Area_Observational

The File Area Observational class describes, for an observational product, a file and one or more tagged_data_objects contained within the file.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational

1) File_Area

2) File

3) Composite_Structure

4) Array

5) Array_1D

6) Array_2D

7) Array_2D_Image

8) Array_2D_Map

9) Array_2D_Spectrum

10) Array_3D

11) Array_3D_Image

12) Array_3D_Movie

13) Array_3D_Spectrum

14) Encoded_Header

15) Header

16) Stream_Text

17) Table_Binary

18) Table_Character

19) Table_Delimited

 files

The files attribute provides the number of files in the edition.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/files

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 geom:Geometry

The Geometry class is a container for all geometric information in the label. The Image_Display_Geometry class should have one instance if the primary data object is an Array object for which two of the dimensions are suitable for display in the vertical (line) and horizontal (sample) dimensions of a display device. Multiple instances of the Image_Display_Geometry class are only appropriate if the data product contains multiple Array objects and the orientations of the various objects are not the same.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry

1) geom:SPICE_Kernel_Files

2) geom:Expanded_Geometry

3) geom:Image_Display_Geometry

4) geom:Geometry_Orbiter

5) geom:Geometry_Lander

 geom:Geometry_Lander

The Geometry_Lander class is a container for all geometric information in the label relating to a landed spacecraft, including rovers.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander

1) geom:geometry_state

2) description

3) local_identifier

4) geom:Articulation_Device_Parameters

5) geom:Camera_Model_Parameters

6) geom:Coordinate_Space_Definition

7) geom:Derived_Geometry

8) geom:Motion_Counter

 geom:geometry_state

Specifies the state or configuration of this instance of Geometry_Lander applies. Use of this attribute enables multiple instances of Geometry_Lander, describing the geometry under different conditions. Note that it is legal for more than one instance to have the same geometry_state, in which case the local_identifier should be used to differentiate the instances, along with description. If not present, the semantics of "Telemetry" should be assumed. It is not required that instances be retained; a derived product may have an Adjusted instance but remove the Telemetry one, for example.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/geometry_state

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Group_Field_Binary

The Group_Field_Binary class allows a group of table fields.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary

1) name

2) group_number

3) group_location

4) repetitions

5) group_length

6) fields

7) groups

8) description

9) Field_Binary

10) Group_Field_Binary

 group_length

The group_length attribute provides the total length, in bytes, of a repeating field and/or group structure. It is the number of bytes in the repeating fields/groups plus any embedded unused bytes that are also repeated multiplied by the number of repetitions.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/group_length

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 group_location

The group_location attribute provides the starting position for a Group_Field_Binary within the containing Record_Binary or Group_Field_Binary class, in bytes. Location '1' denotes the first byte of the containing class.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/group_location

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 groups

The groups attribute provides a count of the total number of groups directly associated with a table record. Groups within groups within the record are not included in this count.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/groups

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/groups

3)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/groups

4)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/groups

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 Identification_Area

The identification area consists of attributes that identify and name an object.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area

4)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area

1) logical_identifier

2) version_id

3) title

4) information_model_version

5) product_class

6) Alias_List

7) Citation_Information

8) Modification_History

 information_model_version

The information_model_version attribute provides the version identification of the PDS Information Model on which the label and schema are based.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/information_model_version

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/information_model_version

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/information_model_version

4)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/information_model_version

1) "1.0.0.0"

2) "1.1.0.0"

3) "1.10.0.0"

4) "1.10.1.0"

5) "1.11.0.0"

6) "1.12.0.0"

7) "1.13.0.0"

8) "1.14.0.0"

9) "1.15.0.0"

10) "1.16.0.0"

11) "1.2.0.0"

12) "1.2.0.1"

13) "1.3.0.0"

14) "1.3.0.1"

15) "1.4.0.0"

16) "1.5.0.0"

17) "1.6.0.0"

18) "1.7.0.0"

19) "1.8.0.0"

20) "1.9.0.0"

21) "1.9.1.0"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Inventory

The Inventory class defines the inventory for members of a collection.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory

1) Table_Delimited

2) name

3) reference_type

4) offset

5) records

6) local_identifier

7) object_length

8) record_delimiter

9) md5_checksum

10) parsing_standard_id

11) description

12) field_delimiter

13) Digital_Object

14) Uniformly_Sampled

15) Record_Delimited

 Investigation_Area

The Investigation_Area class provides information about an investigation (mission, observing campaign or other coordinated, large-scale data collection effort).

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area

2)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area

1) name

2) type

3) Internal_Reference

 keyword

The keyword attribute provides one or more words to be used for keyword search.

1)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/keyword[*]

UTF8_Short_String_Collapsed

 language

The language attribute provides the language used for definition and designation of the term.

1)/Product_Document/Document/Document_Edition/language

1) "English"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 local_identifier

The local_identifier attribute provides a character string which uniquely identifies the containing object within the label.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/File/local_identifier

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/local_identifier

3)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/local_identifier[*]

4)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/local_identifier

5)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/local_identifier

6)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/File/local_identifier

7)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/local_identifier

ASCII_Local_Identifier

 Local_Internal_Reference

The Local Internal_Reference class is used to cross-reference other Description Objects in a PDS4 label.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference

1) comment

2) local_identifier_reference

3) local_reference_type

 local_reference_type

The local_reference_type attribute provides the name of an association between an entity identified by a local_identifier_reference and another corresponding entity identified by a local_identifier. The values for the local_reference_type are expected to be enumerated for appropriate contexts in the Schematron files of local (i.e., discipline and mission) data dictionaries.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Local_Internal_Reference/local_reference_type

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:Mars2020_Parameters

The Mars2020_Parameters class is a superclass containing all Mars2020 mission classes.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters

1) mars2020:Observation_Information

2) mars2020:MOXIE_Parameters

3) mars2020:PIXL_Parameters

4) mars2020:RIMFAX_Parameters

5) mars2020:SHERLOC_Parameters

6) mars2020:SuperCam_Parameters

 maximum_field_length

The maximum_field_length attribute sets an upper, inclusive bound on the number of bytes in the field.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/maximum_field_length

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 maximum_record_length

The maximum_record_length attribute provides the maximum length of a record, including the record delimiter.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/maximum_record_length

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 member_status

The member_status attribute indicates whether the collection is primary and whether the file_specification_name has been provided for the product_collection label.

1)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/member_status

1) "Primary"

2) "Secondary"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Mission_Area

The mission area allows the insertion of mission specific metadata.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area

1) Mars2020_Parameters

 mars2020:mission_phase_name

The mission_phase_name identifies a time period within the mission.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/mission_phase_name

1) "ATLO"

2) "Cruise"

3) "Development"

4) "Surface Mission"

5) "Test"

ASCII_Short_String_Preserved

 modification_date

The modification_date attribute provides date the modifications were completed

1)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/modification_date

2)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/modification_date

3)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail/modification_date

ASCII_Date_YMD

 Modification_Detail

The Modification_Detail class provides the details of one round of modification for the product. The first, required, instance of this class documents the date the product was first registered.

1)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail

2)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail

3)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Modification_History/Modification_Detail

1) modification_date

2) version_id

3) description

 Modification_History

The Modification_History class tracks the history of changes made to the product once it enters the registry system.

1)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Modification_History

2)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Modification_History

3)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/Modification_History

1) Modification_Detail

 geom:Motion_Counter

The Motion_Counter class provides a set of integers that describe a (potentially) unique location (position / orientation) for a rover or other movable object. Each time an event occurs that results in a movement, a new motion counter value is created. This includes intentional motion due to drive commands, as well as potential motion due to other articulating devices, such as arms or antennae. This motion counter (or part of it) is used as a reference to define instances of coordinate systems that can move such as SITE or ROVER frames. The motion counter is defined in a mission-specific manner. Although the original intent was to have incrementing indices (e.g., MER), the motion counter could also contain any integer values that conform to the above definition, such as time or spacecraft clock values.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter

1) name

2) local_identifier

3) geom:Motion_Counter_Index

 geom:Motion_Counter_Index

The Motion_Counter_Index class identifies and populates one element of a Motion_Counter list. The class should be repeated for each element of the list.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Motion_Counter/Motion_Counter_Index[*]

1) geom:List_Index_No_Units

2) geom:index_sequence_number

3) geom:index_name

4) geom:index_id

5) geom:index_value_number

 name

The name attribute provides a word or combination of words by which the object is known.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/name

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/name

3)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/name

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/name

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/name

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/name

7)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/name

8)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/Field_Binary/name

9)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/name

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/name

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/name

12)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/name

13)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/name

14)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/name

15)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/name

16)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/name

17)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited/Field_Delimited[*]/name

UTF8_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:note

This note field can be used to indicate that the attenuation values are in dB because there is no unit_of_measure for such units.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters/note

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Observation_Area

The observation area consists of attributes that provide information about the circumstances under which the data were collected.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area

1) Context_Area

2) comment

3) Time_Coordinates

4) Investigation_Area

5) Primary_Result_Summary

6) Observing_System

7) Target_Identification

8) Mission_Area

9) Discipline_Area

 mars2020:Observation_Information

The Observation_Information class provides information about a science observation.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information

1) mars2020:release_number

2) mars2020:mission_phase_name

3) mars2020:product_type_name

4) mars2020:spacecraft_clock_start

5) mars2020:spacecraft_clock_stop

6) mars2020:spacecraft_clock_partition

7) mars2020:sol_number

8) mars2020:start_sol_number

9) mars2020:stop_sol_number

10) mars2020:start_local_mean_solar_time

11) mars2020:stop_local_mean_solar_time

12) mars2020:start_local_true_solar_time

13) mars2020:start_local_true_solar_time_sol

14) mars2020:stop_local_true_solar_time

15) mars2020:stop_local_true_solar_time_sol

16) mars2020:start_solar_longitude

17) mars2020:stop_solar_longitude

18) mars2020:active_flight_computer

19) mars2020:start_mars_year

20) mars2020:stop_mars_year

 Observing_System

The Observing System class describes the entire suite used to collect the data.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System

2)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System

4)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System

1) name

2) description

3) Observing_System_Component

4) Conceptual_Object

5) Physical_Object

 parsing_standard_id

The parsing_standard_id attribute provides the formal name of a standard used for the structure of a Parsable Byte Stream digital object.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/parsing_standard_id

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/parsing_standard_id

1) "PDS DSV 1"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Primary_Result_Summary

The Primary_Result_Summary class provides a high-level description of the types of products included in the collection or bundle

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary

1) type

2) purpose

3) data_regime

4) processing_level

5) processing_level_id

6) description

7) Science_Facets

 proc:Process

The Process class describes one of the software processes used to produce the data product referenced in the parent Processing_Information class. This class includes descriptions of the process owner as well as the data processing software used to create the data product.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process

1) name

2) description

3) proc:process_owner_name

4) proc:process_owner_institution_name

5) proc:Software

 proc:Processing_Information

The Processing_Information class contains detailed information regarding the history of processing of the data product(s) described in the label. Information that can be specified using this class includes input products used to create a specific data product and the software and processes used to produce that product.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information

1) Local_Internal_Reference

2) proc:Input_Product_List

3) proc:Process

 processing_level

The processing_level attribute provides a broad classification of data processing level.

1)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/processing_level[*]

2)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/processing_level[*]

3)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/processing_level

1) "Calibrated"

2) "Derived"

3) "Partially Processed"

4) "Raw"

5) "Telemetry"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Product_Bundle

A Product_Bundle is an aggregate product and has a table of references to one or more collections.

1)/Product_Bundle

1) Product

2) Context_Area

3) Identification_Area

4) Reference_List

5) Bundle

6) File_Area_Text

7) Bundle_Member_Entry

 product_class

The product_class attribute provides the name of the product class.

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/product_class

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/product_class

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/product_class

4)/Product_Observational/Identification_Area/product_class

1) "Product_AIP"

2) "Product_Ancillary"

3) "Product_Attribute_Definition"

4) "Product_Browse"

5) "Product_Bundle"

6) "Product_Class_Definition"

7) "Product_Collection"

8) "Product_Context"

9) "Product_DIP"

10) "Product_DIP_Deep_Archive"

11) "Product_Data_Set_PDS3"

12) "Product_Document"

13) "Product_File_Repository"

14) "Product_File_Text"

15) "Product_Instrument_Host_PDS3"

16) "Product_Instrument_PDS3"

17) "Product_Metadata_Supplemental"

18) "Product_Mission_PDS3"

19) "Product_Native"

20) "Product_Observational"

21) "Product_Proxy_PDS3"

22) "Product_SIP"

23) "Product_SIP_Deep_Archive"

24) "Product_SPICE_Kernel"

25) "Product_Service"

26) "Product_Software"

27) "Product_Subscription_PDS3"

28) "Product_Target_PDS3"

29) "Product_Thumbnail"

30) "Product_Update"

31) "Product_Volume_PDS3"

32) "Product_Volume_Set_PDS3"

33) "Product_XML_Schema"

34) "Product_Zipped"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Product_Collection

A Product_Collection has a table of references to one or more basic products. The references are stored in a table called the inventory.

1)/Product_Collection

1) Product

2) Context_Area

3) Identification_Area

4) Reference_List

5) Collection

6) File_Area_Inventory

 Product_Document

A Product Document is a product consisting of a single logical document that may comprise one or more document editions.

1)/Product_Document

1) Product

2) Context_Area

3) Identification_Area

4) Reference_List

5) Document

 Product_Observational

A Product_Observational is a set of one or more information objects produced by an observing system.

1)/Product_Observational

1) Product

2) Identification_Area

3) Observation_Area

4) Reference_List

5) File_Area_Observational

6) File_Area_Observational_Supplemental

 proc:program_version

The program_version attribute specifies the version of the software program.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program/program_version

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 publication_date

The publication_date attribute provides the date on which an item was published.

1)/Product_Document/Document/publication_date

ASCII_Date_YMD

 publication_year

The publication_year attribute provides the year in which the product should be considered as published. Generally, this will be the year the data were declared "Certified" or "Archived".

1)/Product_Document/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/publication_year

2)/Product_Bundle/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/publication_year

3)/Product_Collection/Identification_Area/Citation_Information/publication_year

ASCII_Date_YMD

 purpose

The purpose attribute provides an indication of the primary purpose of the observations included.

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/purpose

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/purpose

1) "Calibration"

2) "Checkout"

3) "Engineering"

4) "Navigation"

5) "Observation Geometry"

6) "Science"

7) "Supporting Observation"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:qcos

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/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qcos

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qcos

ASCII_Real

 geom:qsin1

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/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin1

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin1

ASCII_Real

 geom:qsin2

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/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin2

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin2

ASCII_Real

 geom:qsin3

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/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin3

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/qsin3

ASCII_Real

 geom:quaternion_measurement_method

Specifies the method by which the coordinate space was measured. This provides an indication of the quality of the definition.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Coordinate_Space_Quality/quaternion_measurement_method

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Coordinate_Space_Quality/quaternion_measurement_method

1) "Bundle_Adjustment"

2) "Coarse"

3) "Fine"

4) "Sun_Find"

5) "Tilt_Only"

6) "Unknown"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Record_Binary

The Record_Binary class is a component of the table class and defines a record of the table.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary

1) fields

2) record_length

3) groups

4) Field_Binary

5) Group_Field_Binary

 Record_Delimited

The Record_Delimited class is a component of the delimited table (spreadsheet) class and defines a record of the delimited table.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/Record_Delimited

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/Record_Delimited

1) fields

2) maximum_record_length

3) groups

4) Field_Delimited

5) Group_Field_Delimited

 record_delimiter

The record_delimiter attribute provides the character or characters used to indicate the end of a record.

1)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/record_delimiter

2)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/record_delimiter

1) "Carriage-Return Line-Feed"

2) "Line-Feed"

3) "carriage-return line-feed"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 record_length

The record_length attribute provides the length of a record, including a record delimiter, if present.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/record_length

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

Units_of_Storage

 records

The records attribute provides a count of records.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/records

2)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/records

3)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Delimited/records

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 Reference_List

The Reference_List class provides general references, cross-references, and source products for the product. References cited elsewhere in the label need not be repeated here.

1)/Product_Collection/Reference_List

2)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List

3)/Product_Observational/Reference_List

1) Internal_Reference

2) External_Reference

3) Source_Product_Internal

4) Source_Product_External

 reference_text

The reference_text attribute provides a complete bibliographic citation for a published work.

1)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/External_Reference[*]/reference_text

UTF8_Text_Collapsed

 reference_type

The reference_type attribute provides the name of the association.

1)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/reference_type

2)/Product_Document/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component/Internal_Reference/reference_type

3)/Product_Collection/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/reference_type

4)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/reference_type

5)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/reference_type

6)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/reference_type

7)/Product_Bundle/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/reference_type

8)/Product_Bundle/Bundle_Member_Entry[*]/reference_type

9)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal/reference_type

10)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/reference_type

11)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/reference_type

12)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/reference_type

13)/Product_Collection/File_Area_Inventory/Inventory/reference_type

14)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Investigation_Area/Internal_Reference/reference_type

15)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Observing_System/Observing_System_Component[*]/Internal_Reference/reference_type

16)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Target_Identification/Internal_Reference/reference_type

17)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Internal_Reference[*]/reference_type

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:release_number

release_number is the identifier of a scheduled release of Mars 2020 data from PDS. The first Mars 2020 data release has release_number "01". The release_number for a given product is always the first release in which it appears, and does not change if the product is revised later.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/release_number

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 repetitions

The repetitions attribute provides the number of times a set of repeating fields and, possibly, (sub)groups is replicated within a group.

1)/Product_Observational/File_Area_Observational/Table_Binary/Record_Binary/Group_Field_Binary/repetitions

ASCII_NonNegative_Integer

 mars2020:RIMFAX_Parameters

Container for the attributes describing a RIMFAX observation

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/RIMFAX_Parameters

1) mars2020:config_id

2) mars2020:decimation

3) mars2020:setup_file

4) mars2020:calibration

5) mars2020:gate_frequency

6) mars2020:number_of_samples

7) mars2020:number_of_sweeps

8) mars2020:receive_only

9) mars2020:rx_delay

10) mars2020:rx_attenuation

11) mars2020:start_frequency

12) mars2020:stop_frequency

13) mars2020:sweep_time

14) mars2020:tx_delay

15) mars2020:tx_attenuation

16) mars2020:group_spacing

17) mars2020:sinetable

18) mars2020:lis_soundings

19) mars2020:note

20) mars2020:start_utc

21) mars2020:stop_utc

22) mars2020:start_jdate

23) mars2020:stop_jdate

24) mars2020:start_sounding_counter

25) mars2020:stop_sounding_counter

26) mars2020:min_rover_lat

27) mars2020:max_rover_lat

28) mars2020:min_rover_lon

29) mars2020:max_rover_lon

30) mars2020:min_rover_elev

31) mars2020:max_rover_elev

 geom:rotation_direction

The rotation_direction attribute identifies the direction of the rotation for a specific quaternion. This is used when the two frames involved are unambiguously identifed in the enclosing classes.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/rotation_direction

2)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/Geometry_Lander/Coordinate_Space_Definition[*]/Quaternion_Plus_Direction/rotation_direction

1) "Forward"

2) "From Base"

3) "Present to Reference"

4) "Reference to Present"

5) "Reverse"

6) "Toward Base"

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 Science_Facets

The Science_Facets class contains the science-related search facets. It is optional and may be repeated if an product has facets related to, for example, two different disciplines (as defined by the discipline_name facet). Note that Science_Facets was modeled with Discipline_Facets as a component and Discipline_Facets was modeled with Group_Facet1 and Group_Facet2 as components. This dependency hierarchy was flattened and only Science_Facets exists in the schema.

1)/Product_Bundle/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/Science_Facets

2)/Product_Collection/Context_Area/Primary_Result_Summary/Science_Facets

1) wavelength_range

2) domain

3) Discipline_Facets

4) discipline_name

 proc:Software

The Software class describes the data processing software used in order to produce the data product.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software

1) name

2) software_id

3) software_version_id

4) software_type

5) description

6) Internal_Reference

7) proc:Software_Program

 proc:Software_Program

The Software_Program class describes the specific components or tasks of the Software executed in producing the data product.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Processing_Information/Process/Software/Software_Program

1) name

2) proc:program_type_name

3) proc:program_user

4) proc:program_hostname

5) proc:program_path

6) proc:program_version

7) proc:program_start_date_time

8) proc:program_stop_date_time

9) description

10) proc:Software_Program_Parameters

 mars2020:sol_number

Sol_number is the number of the Mars day on which an observation was acquired. Landing day is Sol 0.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/sol_number

ASCII_Integer

 Source_Product_Internal

The Source_Product _Internal class is used to reference one or more source products in the PDS4 registry system. A source product contains input data for the creation of this product.

1)/Product_Observational/Reference_List/Source_Product_Internal

1) lidvid_reference

2) reference_type

3) comment

 mars2020:spacecraft_clock_partition

The spacecraft_clock_partition provides the clock partition active for the spacecraft_clock_start and spacecraft_clock_stop attributes. This attribute may be used when the spacecraft_clock values do not include a partition number.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/spacecraft_clock_partition

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:spacecraft_clock_start

The spacecraft_clock_start is the value of the spacecraft clock at the beginning of an observation, in seconds. Values are formed according to the pattern [p/]dddddddddd[.fffffffff], where p is an optional partition number, dddddddddd is a whole number of seconds up to 10 digits, and .fffffffff is an optional fraction of a second up to 9 digits. The whole number and fraction are separated by a period. If a partition number and slash are not present, then the attribute spacecraft_clock_partition must be used.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/spacecraft_clock_start

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:spacecraft_clock_stop

The spacecraft_clock_stop is the value of the spacecraft clock at the end of an observation, in seconds. Values are formed according to the pattern [p/]dddddddddd[.fffffffff], where p is an optional partition number, dddddddddd is a whole number of seconds up to 10 digits, and .fffffffff is an optional fraction of a second up to 9 digits. The whole number and fraction are separated by a period. If a partition number and slash are not present, then the attribute spacecraft_clock_partition must be used.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/spacecraft_clock_stop

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 geom:SPICE_Kernel_Files

The SPICE_Kernel_Files class provides references to the SPICE files used when calculating geometric values.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/SPICE_Kernel_Files

1) comment

2) geom:SPICE_Kernel_Identification

 geom:SPICE_Kernel_Identification

The SPICE_Kernel_Identification class optionally includes the SPICE kernel type and provides two alternatives for identifying the product: LIDVID using Internal_Reference, and the file name of the kernel file. Although optional, LIDVID should be given if one is available. The optional kernel_provenance attribute indicates whether the kernel is a predict or reconstructed kernel, or some combination of the two, or if it is a kernel type for which such distinctions do not apply.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Geometry/SPICE_Kernel_Files/SPICE_Kernel_Identification

1) kernel_type

2) geom:spice_kernel_file_name

3) geom:kernel_provenance

4) Internal_Reference

 mars2020:start_local_mean_solar_time

Start_local_mean_solar_time is the local mean solar time, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary, at the beginning of an observation.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/start_local_mean_solar_time

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:start_local_true_solar_time

Start_local_true_solar_time is the local true solar time, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary, at the beginning of an observation.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/start_local_true_solar_time

ASCII_Short_String_Collapsed

 mars2020:start_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. Start_local_true_solar_time_sol should accompany the attribute start_local_true_solar_time if that attribute's value does not include a sol number prefix.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/start_local_true_solar_time_sol

ASCII_Integer

 mars2020:start_solar_longitude

Start_solar_longitude is the solar longitude, as defined in the main PDS4 data dictionary, at the beginning of an observation.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Mission_Area/Mars2020_Parameters/Observation_Information/start_solar_longitude

ASCII_Real

Units_of_Angle

 msn_surface:Surface_Mission_Information

The Surface_Mission_Information class contains attributes specific to surface missions which apply across instrument types.

1)/Product_Observational/Observation_Area/Discipline_Area/Surface_Mission_Information

1) msn_surface:surface_gravity

2) msn_surface:Command_Execution

3) msn_surface:Telemetry