domain in Science_​Facets

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Description: The radial "zone" or "shell" of the target for which the observations were collected or which are represented in the product(s). The value may depend on wavelength_range and size of the target.
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Permissible Value(s)ValueValue Meaning
 Atmospherean envelope of uncharged gases and particles surrounding the target and bound to it primarily by gravitational forces
 DynamicsThe data provide information relating to the orbital motion of one or more bodies (e.g., astrometric observations).
 Heliosheaththe portion of the solar atmosphere between the termination shock and heliopause, which is dominated by shocked, subsonic solar wind
 Heliospherethe solar atmosphere extending roughly from the outer corona to the edge of the solar plasma at the heliopause, which separates primarily solar plasma from the interstellar medium.
 Interiorthe solid and/or liquid portion of a target enclosed by its surface.
 Interstellarthe region between stars, which is outside of any star's heliopause.
 Ionospherean envelope of plasma and charged particles surrounding the target and bound to it primarily by gravitational forces.
 Magnetospherean envelope of charged particles, bounded on the upper side by the magnetopause and which is primarily under the control of the target body's magnetic field.
 RingsA ring is a narrow band or disc orbiting an astronomical body (planet, dwarf planet, satellite, asteroid, etc.) that is composed of solid material ranging in size from fine dust to a few tens of kilometers.
 Surfacethe boundary between the solid/liquid portion of a target and its atmosphere, ionosphere, or magnetosphere (or space).