Table information for 'mars_craters.epn_core'

General

Table Description: Global Catalog of Martian Impact Craters, Complete to 1.0-km in Diameter by Stuart Robbins, 2009-present

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Resource Description: Mars Crater Catalog by S.J. Robbins was generated from THEMIS Daytime IR & Viking MDIM 2.1 global mosaics of Mars. Craters were selected using 5 points along the rim. Table is statistically complete to the diameter of ~1.0 km. Table contains morphologic and morphometric data for craters with diameter larger than 3 km. Prometheus basin has been excluded from the Catalog due to technical issues. Robbins, S.J., and B.M. Hynek (2012). A New Global Database of Mars Impact Craters ≥1 km: 1. Database Creation, Properties, and Parameters. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 117, E05004. doi: 10.1029/2011JE003966

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To cite the table as such, we suggest the following BibTeX entry:

@MISC{vo:mars_craters_epn_core,
  year=2016,
  title={Mars\_craters},
  author={Mikhail Minin},
  url={http://epn1.epn-vespa.jacobs-university.de/tableinfo/mars_craters.epn_core},
  howpublished={{VO} resource provided by the epn1}
}

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NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
granule_uid Granule_uid Internal table row index Unique ID in data service, also in v2. Can be alphanumeric. N/A meta.id
granule_gid Granule_gid Common to granules of same type (e.g. same map projection, or geometry data products). Can be alphanumeric. N/A meta.id
obs_id Obs_id Associates granules derived from the same data (e.g. various representations/processing levels). Can be alphanumeric, may be the ID of original observation. N/A meta.id
dataproduct_type Dataproduct_type The high-level organization of the data product, from enumerated list (e.g., 'im' for image, sp for spectrum) [Note et_prod] N/A meta.code.class
target_name Target_name Standard IAU name of target (from a list related to target class), case sensitive N/A meta.id;src
target_class Target_class Type of target, from enumerated list N/A meta.code.class;src
time_min Time_min Acquisition start time (in JD) d time.start
time_max Time_max Acquisition stop time (in JD) d time.end
time_sampling_step_min Time_sampling_step_min Sampling time for measurements of dynamical phenomena, lower limit. s time.interval;stat.min
time_sampling_step_max Time_sampling_step_max Sampling time for measurements of dynamical phenomena, upper limit s time.interval;stat.max
time_exp_min Time_exp_min Integration time of the measurement, lower limit. s time.duration;obs.exposure;stat.min
time_exp_max Time_exp_max Integration time of the measurement, upper limit s time.duration;obs.exposure;stat.max
spectral_range_min Spectral_range_min Spectral range (frequency), lower limit. Hz em.freq;stat.min
spectral_range_max Spectral_range_max Spectral range (frequency), upper limit Hz em.freq;stat.max
spectral_sampling_step_min Spectral_sampling_step_min spectral sampling step, lower limit. Hz em.freq.step;stat.min
spectral_sampling_step_max Spectral_sampling_step_max spectral sampling step, upper limit Hz em.freq.step;stat.max
spectral_resolution_min Spectral_resolution_min Sectral resolution, lower limit. Hz spect.resolution;stat.min
spectral_resolution_max Spectral_resolution_max Sectral resolution, upper limit Hz spect.resolution;stat.max
c1min C1min Longitude on body, lower limit. deg pos.bodyrc.long;stat.min
c1max C1max Longitude on body, upper limit deg pos.bodyrc.long;stat.max
c2min C2min Latitude on body, lower limit. deg pos.bodyrc.lat;stat.min
c2max C2max Latitude on body, upper limit deg pos.bodyrc.lat;stat.max
c3min C3min Height over defined null, lower limit. m pos.bodyrc.alt;stat.min
c3max C3max Height over defined null, upper limit m pos.bodyrc.alt;stat.max
s_region S_region Provides footprint N/A phys.outline;obs.field
c1_resol_min C1_resol_min Resolution in the first coordinate, lower limit. deg pos.resolution;stat.min
c1_resol_max C1_resol_max Resolution in the first coordinate, upper limit deg pos.resolution;stat.max
c2_resol_min C2_resol_min Resolution in the second coordinate, lower limit. deg pos.resolution;stat.min
c2_resol_max C2_resol_max Resolution in the second coordinate, upper limit deg pos.resolution;stat.max
c3_resol_min C3_resol_min Resolution in the third coordinate, lower limit. m pos.resolution;stat.min
c3_resol_max C3_resol_max Resolution in the third coordinate, upper limit m pos.resolution;stat.max
spatial_frame_type Spatial_frame_type Flavor of coordinate system, defines the nature of coordinates. From enumerated list N/A meta.code.class;pos.frame
incidence_min Incidence_min Incidence angle (solar zenithal angle) during data acquisition, lower limit. deg pos.posAng;stat.min
incidence_max Incidence_max Incidence angle (solar zenithal angle) during data acquisition, upper limit deg pos.posAng;stat.max
emergence_min Emergence_min Emergence angle during data acquisition, lower limit. deg pos.posAng;stat.min
emergence_max Emergence_max Emergence angle during data acquisition, upper limit deg pos.posAng;stat.max
phase_min Phase_min Phase angle during data acquisition, lower limit. deg pos.phaseAng;stat.min
phase_max Phase_max Phase angle during data acquisition, upper limit deg pos.phaseAng;stat.max
instrument_host_name Instrument_host_name Standard name of the observatory or spacecraft. N/A meta.id;instr.obsty
instrument_name Instrument_name Standard name of instrument N/A meta.id;instr
measurement_type Measurement_type UCD(s) defining the data, with multiple entries separated by hash (#) characters. N/A meta.ucd
processing_level Processing_level CODMAC calibration level; see the et_cal note http://dc.g-vo.org/tableinfo/titan.epn_core#note-et_cal for what values are defined here. [Note et_cal] N/A meta.code;obs.calib
creation_date Creation_date Date of first entry of this granule N/A time.creation
modification_date Modification_date Date of last modification (used to handle mirroring) N/A time.update
release_date Release_date Start of public access period N/A time.release
service_title Service_title Title of resource (an acronym really, will be used to handle multiservice results) N/A meta.title
target_region Target Region type of region of interest N/A meta.id;class
bib_reference Bib_reference Bibcode preferred if available (does that include link?), doi, or other biblio id, URL N/A meta.bib
diameter Diameter diameter from THEMIS IR, non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
depth Depth depth surface to floor, non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
feature_name Feature Name secondary name N/A meta.note;meta.main
degradation_state Degradation State non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
crater_morphology_1 Crater Morphology 1 non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
crater_morphology_2 Crater Morphology 2 non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
crater_morphology_3 Crater Morphology 3 non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
ejecta_morphology_1 Ejecta Morphology 1 non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main
ejecta_morphology_2 Ejecta Morphology 2 non standard N/A meta.note;meta.main

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