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Bug #5508

voycal.pvl omega naught errors

Added by Justin Hulet 10 months ago. Updated 8 months ago.

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Acknowledged
Priority:
Normal
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Applications
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Description

I've been trying to apply voycal on some Voyager 2 images of Jupiter, although following applying spiceinit and upon running voycal on the data, I receive the error attached to this report. I opened voycal.pvl to see if there was anything there that I could comprehend enough to correctly change or add to, but I didn't see anything. I've also attached an image showing the images affected by the error. So far, I've been able to calibrate Calisto, Ganymede, and Io images (all from Voyager 2, mind you) with no issues aside from my own errors writing the scripts. If this is an issue that is able to be corrected by me, please let me know what I can do. Otherwise, I guess I'll have to wait for an updated voycal.pvl file to be uploaded.

voycal_error.jpg View - Image of error description (23 KB) Justin Hulet, 2018-09-06 11:39 PM

voy_err_list.jpg View - List of affected images (41.8 KB) Justin Hulet, 2018-09-06 11:47 PM

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#1 Updated by Makayla Shepherd 10 months ago

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  • Status changed from New to Acknowledged

Hi Justin,

Could you provide the command and point me to the data you were using?

#2 Updated by Justin Hulet 10 months ago

Hey there, Makayla. The commands I use are simply "voy2isis", "spiceinit" and "voycal", in that order (without quotes, of course), and without command-line arguments. Those Jupiter images are in archive VG_0024. I'll also upload the shell script I use to generate the cub files and apply spiceinit and voycal (I did manually run the commands, as well, via each app's GUI). I'll also upload the contents of the terminal output when I run the script. I replaced my username and computer name with "x"s, that's why you'll see so many x's in the error txt. Also note the version errors whenever an app is ran; I'm unsure how to get rid of the error, but it doesn't prevent the commands from running correctly, so I ignore it. I have to upload the aforementioned files via Dropbox, if that's alright... attaching txt and sh files directly is prohibited.

Terminal Output: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zavivwsaimtlw4p/isis3_voycal_error.txt?dl=0
Shell Script: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b5amago1gfnfwsl/voy2isis.sh?dl=0

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