4.0 NDADS File Naming Conventions
All Astro 1 / WUPPE file names on NDADS begin with "WUPPE1". WUPPE1
file names have one of 4 extensions; .FITS for FITS files, .PS for
PostScript files, .F for Fortran 77 programs, and .DOC for ASCII
document files. WUPPE1 file names are organized in two ways. One
dataset is organized by the Object-ID and the file names contain both
the Object-ID and the 6-digit Pointing-ID (pppppp). A second dataset
is organized by the Mission elapsed time (MET) day number, which is
contained within the file name. All FITS files have the Data-Type
encoded within the file name. In the sample file names below the
following conventions are used:
OBJECTID = The Mission Target List name. The names are
common to the HUT, UIT and WUPPE instruments. The number of
characters in OBJECT can vary from 3 to 8 characters. May
be a mix of numbers, alphabetic information, and/or imbedded '-'s.
PPPPPP = The POINTING_ID is a 6 digit number representing the
object identification number which was assigned during the ASTRO1
mission. Each shuttle pointing had a unique POINTING_ID number.
DAYyz = The mission elapsed time (MET) day number times 10
(eg. 00, 05, 10,... 80). Files containing "DAYyz" in the
file name were obtained within a given 12-hour periods. The
launch GMT was 1990, day 336/06:49:01 which is defined to
be MET day00, 00h:00m:00s. For example, MET DAY00 runs from a
MET time of 0 day, 00h:00m:00s to llh:59m:59s; DAY05 runs from
MET time of 0 day, 12h:12m:12s to 23h:59m:59s, etc.
HW = Halfwave filter data,
L2 = Medium resolution Lyot filter (Not available)
L4 = Low resolution Lyot filter (Not available)
SN = SCAN data
ZM = ZOOM data
FD = FIELD data
DN = DOWNFIELD data
EG = Engineering data
4.1 Level 1 Spectropolarimeter data:
4.2 Level 0 SCAN Spectrometer data:
nnnn = 4 digit starting SCAN number
4.3 Level 0 Zero Order Detector (ZOD) ZOOM Data:
nnnn = 4 digit starting ZOOM Image number
4.4 Level 0 ZOD DOWNFIELD Data:
n = 1 digit DOWNFIELD Image Number
4.5 Level 0 ZOD FIELD data:
nnnnn = 5 digit FIELD Starting Image Number
4.6.0 Level 0 Engineering Data:
WUPPE1 Level 0 Engineering data consist of General Measurement Loop
(GML) data and Image Motion Compensation System (IMCS) data.
4.6.1 GML Engineering data:
WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_A01.PS -> WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_A40.PS
WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_M01.PS -> WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_M40.PS
WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_D01.PS -> WUPPE1_DAY70_EG_D46.PS
WUPPE1_G70D8247_260911_EG_A01.PS -> WUPPE1_G70D8247_260911_EG_A40.PS
cnn = 1 character + 2 digit number indicating which engineering
value is contained in the file. Analog data = A01 -> A32;
Serial Message data = M01 ->M40; Digital Data = D01 -> D46.
4.6.2 Image Motion Compensation System (IMCS) data:
WUPPE1_DAYyz_ISTATUS.PS (Only available ordered by DAYyz)
All documentation is in plain ASCII format.
All software is Fortran and uses FITSIO 3.2. It was written with
DEC fortran for ULTRIX RISC Systems (Ultrix 4.2) and is F77.
Software files are available from NDADS.
SPECFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header and primary data array
of the Level 0 spectrometer (SCAN) data.
ZOOMFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header and primary data array
of the Level 0 ZOD Zoom camera data.
HWFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header, primary data array (flux),
and Binary table extension (%P, and P.A.)
of the Level 1 Halfwave Filter
FLUXFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header and primary data array (flux)
of the Level 1 Halfwave Filter
DFLDFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header and primary data array
of the Level 0 ZOD Downfield camera data.
FLDFITSREAD.F - Read FITS header and primary data array
of the Level 0 ZOD Field camera data.
5.0 Aperture and Filter Positions
The following list of WUPPE 1 filters and apertures are referred to
in the WUPPE1 FITS data files.
5.1 WUPPE Filter List: