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PDS_VERSION_ID       = PDS3                                                   
RECORD_TYPE          = STREAM                                                 
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  NOTE               = "AAREADME file for SL9 Data Set Collection Volume"     
  PUBLICATION_DATE   = 2010-11-04                                             
END_OBJECT           = TEXT                                                   
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NOTE: IUE datasets were split from volumes SL9_0001 and SL9_0014 and then     
      merged into LWP and SWP datasets.  Below are the original aareadme.txt  
      files from these volumes.  For simplicity and historical reasons they   
      have been preserved.                                                    
                                                                              
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***** File AAREADME.TXT for SL9_0001                                          
                                                                              
This data set collection contains selected portions of Galileo instrument     
observations of Jupiter during the Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 impacts in July     
1994. For time comparison, near-IR images from Okayama Astrophysical          
Observatory are included. In addition a statement of null results is          
included for the Voyager 2 UVS instrument.  Finally, International Ultra-     
violet Explorer data from Jul 1993 - Aug 1994 data are also included.         
This data set collection has been been collected, archived, processed,        
and prepared for this prototype CD-WO by several teams associated with        
the Voyager 2 and Galileo projects and coordinated by the PDS Small Bodies    
Node. The primary intent of this data set collection is to represent the      
data sets that are currently available for the study of the Comet             
Shoemaker-Levy 9 impact events.                                               
                                                                              
Currently seven groups of data are included in this data set volume.          
These are:                                                                    
        OAO OASIS       -       Near-IR images for fragment K                 
        Galileo PPR     -       Calibrated data sets for the G, H, L, and Q1  
                                impact events.                                
        Galileo SSI     -       Images (for G,K,N,R,W)  from the crash period 
        Galileo NIMS    -       Data (for G,R)from crash observations as      
                                reflectance tables assembled from the EDR     
                                arrays and combined with calibration files    
                                to get RIM times.                             
        Galileo UVS     -       EDR data (for G,R)from crash observations and 
                        -       derived counts assembled from EDR arrays      
                                and combined with RIM times for fragment G    
        IUE LWP         -       IUE data LWP (long-wave) and SWP (short-wave) 
        Voyager 2 UVS   -       Statement of null results                     
This data spans the time period July 17, 1993 to August 14, 1994.             
                                                                              
The data files were submitted in both the PDS and FITS form.   In the latter  
case, a FITS to PDS translator program (F2P) has been used to create the      
detached PDS labels for each corresponding FITS file.    The data were checked
by manipulating the data with IDL routines developed at the Small Bodies Node 
(PDSREAD).    A complementary PDS to FITS translator program is also          
included for completeness.    Examples on the use of these routines and the   
source code are posted on the Small Bodies Node home page under Software      
Archives; also located at this address is the Quick Start Archiving guide.    
In the DOCUMENT directory are explanatory text files as well as digitized     
versions of the manuals that are in Postscript form with figures as TIFF      
files. All document files and most labels contain an 80-byte fixed length     
record, with a carriage return (ASCII 13) and line feed (ASCII 10) as the     
79th and 80th byte respectively.   All the tabular files in the INDEX and     
DOCUMENT directory are formatted according to PDS standards.   It should be   
noted that the index tables are formatted so that they may be read directly   
into many database management systems.   All fields are separated by commas,  
and character fields are inclosed in double quotes (").                       
                                                                              
An outline of the CD-ROM is shown in the table below:                         
                                                                              
AAREADME.TXT                      Short introduction to CDROM contents        
ERRATA.TXT                        Outline of known errata and additions       
VOLDESC.CAT                       Description of files on volume              
/CATALOG/*.CAT                    Mission, host, instrument, data set, & ref  
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A list of terms used for PDS specific files is listed below:                  
 DSCOLL - data set collection catalog file                                    
 *HOST - spacecraft or observatory (institution) that supports a mission      
 *MSN - abbreviation for mission, used in filename for catalog                
 *DS - abbreviation for data set, used in filename for catalog                
 *INST (INS, IN) - abbreviations for instrument, used in filename for catalog 
 REF - reference list as a catalog file                                       
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/DOCUMENT/GALILEO/SLNIMSGD/NIMSGD*.PS  Postscript file for guide              
                 *.ASC            Explanation for Galileo documents           
         /IUE/*.ASC,*.TIF,*.TEX,.TAB Manual and pointing information          
         /IUE/IUECAL/*.ASC,*.FIT  Sensitivity calibration for final archive   
         /OAO/*.ASC               Discussion of data and instrument           
         /VOYAGER2/POSTER.*, *.PS Poster paper and figures                    
         ACRONYM.ASC              List of acronyms and abbreviations          
/INDEX/*.TAB                      Indexes by experiment, mission, volume      
/LABEL/*.FMT                      Format descriptions for NIMS and UVS data   
/GALILEO/PPR/*.TAB                Fragment G,H,L,Q1 tabular data              
        /NIMS/*.TAB               Fragment G,R,calibration reflectance data   
        /SSI/C024*/*.IMG,*.FMT    Galileo SSI REDR data from GO_0016          
        /UVS/*.DAT,*.FMT          Galileo UVS EDR data for fragment G and R   
        /UVS/*.TAB                Galileo derived counts for fragment G       
/IUE/LWP/19YYMMDD/*.LMX,*.LSI     IUE LWP data in daily directories           
/IUE/SWP/19YYMMDD/*.SMX,*.SSI     IUE SWP data in daily directories           
/OAO/OASIS/19940719/*.FIT         Fragment K OASIS images                     
/VOYAGER2/UVS/NULLRES.ASC         Voyager 2 UVS - Statement of Null Results   
                                                                              
A cumulative list of anomalies is maintained in the ERRATA.TXT file.          
                                                                              
Small Bodies Node, Planetary Data System                                      
Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland                               
College Park, MD 20742-2421                                                   
e-mail to pdssbn.astro.umd.edu; URL-http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu               
                                                                              
                                                                              
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***** File AAREADME.TXT for SL9_0014                                          
                                                                              
Two groups of data (HIGH and LOW dispersion) are included in this volume.  The
LWP, and SWP data are for comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter.   The data      
were collected from IUE  archive  at STScI.   A FITS to PDS translator (F2P)  
has been used to create the detached PDS labels.    The data were checked     
by manipulating the data with IDL routines created at the Small Bodies Node.  
In the DOCUMENT directory are explanatory text files as well as digitized     
versions (1&2) of the manuals in TEX or ASCII text with figures as JPG        
files. All document files and most labels contain an 80-byte fixed length     
record, with a carriage return (ASCII 13) and line feed (ASCII 10) as the     
79th and 80th byte respectively.   All the tabular files in the INDEX and     
DOCUMENT directory are formatted according to PDS standards.   It should be   
noted that the index tables are formatted so that they may be read directly   
into many database management systems.   All fields are separated by commas,  
and character fields are inclosed in double quotes (").                       
                                                                              
An outline of the CD-ROM is shown in the table below:                         
                                                                              
AAREADME.TXT                      Short introduction to CDROM contents        
VOLDESC.CAT                       Description of files on volume              
/CATALOG/*.CAT                    Mission,host,instrument,data, collection,ref
****************************************************************************  
 *DS - abbreviation for data set, used in filename for catalog                
 *HOST - spacecraft or observatory (institution) that supports a mission      
 *MSN - abbreviation for mission, used in filename for catalog                
 REF - reference list as a catalog file                                       
*************************************************************************     
/DOCUMENT/*.ASC,*.JPG,*.TEX,.TAB  Manuals and pointing information            
         /OBSERVATION_LOG/*.ASC,*.JPG Digitized log pages for data            
         /IUECAL/*.ASC,*.FIT      Sensitivity calibration for archive         
/INDEX/*.TAB                      Indexes by experiment or volume             
/DATA/HIGH/INS/*.FIT  High dispersion data                                    
/DATA/LOW/INS/*.FIT   Low dispersion data                                     
                                                                              
[INSTRUMENT   = LWP,SWP  FILE (Low) = MXLO,SILO   File (High) = MXHI, SIHI]   
                                                                              
There are two data forms: resampled images, and spectra (binary). After       
data reached the Small Bodies Node, some file names were changed to meet ISO  
standards. The original files came in FITS format in the form filename.mxlo   
or filename.silo (sihi, mxhi).   New filenames were converted to end in the   
extension "FIT" (FITS became FIT), and for SILO (SIHI, MXLO, MXHI) the first  
characters of the old extension were used to replace the second two characters
of the fielname; thus SILO (MXLO, SIHI, MXHI) files could end in "FIT" and    
still be unique.  For example for SWP (and holds for LWP as well):            
                                                                              
       SWP12345.SILO   ->       SSI12345.FIT                                  
       SWP12345.MXLO   ->       SMX12345.FIT                                  
                                                                              
Small Bodies Node                                                             
Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland                               
College Park, MD 20742-2421                                                   
e-mail to pdssbn.astro.umd.edu; URL-http://pdssbn.astro.umd.edu