type in Primary_​Result_​Summary *Deprecated*

Name: type *Deprecated*Version Id:
Description: The type attribute provides a classification for the resource.
Namespace Id: pdsSteward: pdsClass Name: Primary_​Result_​SummaryType: ASCII_​Short_​String_​Collapsed
Minimum Value: NoneMaximum Value: NoneMinimum Characters: 1Maximum Characters: 255
Unit of Measure Type: NoneDefault Unit Id: NoneAttribute Concept: TypeConceptual Domain: Short_String
Status: DeprecatedNillable: falsePattern: None
Permissible Value(s)ValueValue Meaning
 AltimetryMeasurement of altitude.
 AstrometryPrecise measurement of positions of heavenly bodies.
 CountA recording of the number of discrete events
 E/B-Field VectorsArrays populated by values of the electric/magnetic field in three orthogonal directions.
 Gravity ModelAn approximation to the gravity field of an object derived from measurement and/or theory
 ImageA two-dimensional representation of a field of view
 LightcurvesThis value indicates data products containing time-sequences of magnitude measurements for one or more individual targets (typically asteroids or comets).
 MapA two-dimensional representation of the plan view of a surface
 MeteorologyMeasurements of the meteorological conditions of an atmosphere such as pressure, temperature, wind speed, etc.
 Null ResultMeasurements which failed.
 OccultationMeasurements conducted when one celestial body progressively hides another
 PhotometryMeasurement of light flux
 Physical ParametersThis value indicates data products containing compilations of one or more physical parameters - like albedo, density, absolute magnitude, etc. It is generally used for data that combines these highly-derived results from multiple sources.
 PolarimetryMeasurement of the polarization state of radiation.
 RadiometryMeasurement of the radiation coming from a body, usually at infrared and longer wavelengths
 ReferenceA Reference product provides ancillary information needed to support the use of another data product. Reference products include things like tables of foot notes or lists of detailed citations, and are usually associated with data products compiled from the published literature.
 Shape ModelAn approximation to the shape of an object derived from measurements and/or theory
 SpectrumAn array containing values of a dependent variable as a function of an independent variable.