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PDS_VERSION_ID = PDS3                                                         
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  PUBLICATION_DATE = 2010-12-10                                               
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Volume PHB_1001a                                                              
This volume contains a table of photometry produced by the KRFM               
instrument flown aboard the PHOBOS 2 spacecraft.                              
These data were part of a PDS1 "test disk" created as a proof-of-concept      
demonstration using sample data from the Soviet PHOBOS-2 spacecraft,          
c. 1989.  They are being saved for historical reasons.                        
In 2010, SBN personnel split the contents of the original test disk into      
separate data sets, added PDS3-standard catalog information as gleaned        
from the original files, and converted each dataset into a stand-alone        
virtual volume. All the documentation included in the original disk           
appears on these separate volumes; common information is repeated in          
each place.                                                                   
No attempt has been made to validate or upgrade any labels that might         
be present, or to add labels where none existed.  These data have not         
been reviewed.  They are not considered to be of archival quality in          
their present state.                                                          
Anne Raugh                                                                    
Small Bodies Node                                                             
University of Maryland