grid does not produce a valid lat/lon grid for multi-band cubes with a band dependent camera
Grid will re-calculate grids for each band of Cubes with band-dependent camera models: VimsCamera, LroWideAngleCamera, MarciCamera, MvicFrameCamera, NewHorizonsLeisaCamera, ThemisIrCamera, and ThemisVisCamera.
When working with a multi-band cube that has a band dependent camera model (e.g., Themis IR, New Horizons LEISA) the grid program creates a grid that matches band 1 only. When the camera model is the same for all bands this is fine. When the camera model is not the same, the grid from band 1 does not correctly represent other bands.
#1 Updated by Kristin Berry about 3 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to In Progress
- Impact updated (diff)
After completion, grid will work differently for all the band-dependent camera models: VimsCamera, LroWideAngleCamera, MarciCamera, MvicFrameCamera, NewHorizonsLeisaCamera, ThemisIrCamera, and ThemisVisCamera.
It's worth noting that very few objects and applications currently take IsBandIndependent into account. Right now, it's only:
#5 Updated by Tammy Becker about 3 years ago
I tested a Cassini VIMS cube with grid under this ticket as well as under isis3.4.8, the output files were identical.
output: V1764559402_1.ir-sinu-isis348-grid.cub & V1764559402_1.ir-sinu-m02191-grid.cub
I ran grid with all the defaults.
If this is what is expected for the VIMS IR camera, then we are good.