Import PDS formatted Voyager EDR into Isis format cube
This program will take in raw image files from the Voyager spacecraft
mission and import them into Isis formatted cubes. The input files are
compressed Planetary Data System (PDS) formatted Voyager Experiment
Data Record (EDR) files. The output cube will contain tranlated labels in
pvl format with instrument, archive, bandbin, kernel, and nominal reseau
Some input images from the PDS archive may be missing a value for INSTRUMENT_NAME in their header.
For these images, the name of the instrument can be specified as NAC (NARROW_ANGLE_CAMERA)
or WAC (WIDE_ANGLE_CAMERA) using the optional INSTRUMENT parameter.
Users are encouraged to find this information in the pds data volume index.tab file.
Modified the Makefile in the app test to ignore particular lines when
comparing labels. Removed the orginal extension from the name of the
temporary decompressed file output by a call to vdcomp. Modified error
message for accuracy.
Modified StartTime in labels to remove Z from end. Modified naif frame
code for all cameras to be -100 (-32001 -> -32101) from what they were
previously to match updated ck and fk kernels. Added significant changes
which affect the start time and image number for improved accuracy.
Updated to make input IMQ's PVL labels parsable by our PVL classes
Added keywords Camera_State_1 and Camera_State_2.
Added support for .img files.
Added Center and Width keywords to the BandBin group.
Added NaifStatus::CheckErrors() to see if any NAIF errors were signaled. References #2248
Added support for inputting files as decompressed LBL/IMG pairs. Fixes #4345
Added label preparsing to modify corrupt labels. Fixes #4421.
Made changes to allow merge of two voy2isis tickets. References #4421, #4345.
Added the INSTRUMENT parameter to allow the specification of the InstrumentId
when it cannot be determined from the labels. Fixed #3426
Use this parameter to select the Voyager PDS EDR file to be imported.
These files are in compressed format and have the form cnnnnnnn.imq
where "nnnnnnn" is the FDS count. When selecting input files that are
decompressed, set this parameter to the LBL file that points to the
This parameter is used to specify the InstrumentId for the image. If left at
its default value, ISIS will determine the InstrumentId automatically
using the INSTRUMENT_NAME value from the input image. This option was added because some images are
missing the INSTRUMENT_NAME from their labels.
Read the InstrumentId from the input image.
ISIS will attempt to read the InstrumentId from the input image.