lander_map_projection_name in Map_​Projection_​Lander

Name: lander_map_projection_nameVersion Id:
Description: The lander_map_projection_name attribute provides the name of the map projection.
Namespace Id: cartSteward: imgClass Name: Map_​Projection_​LanderType: ASCII_​Short_​String_​Collapsed
Minimum Value: NoneMaximum Value: NoneMinimum Characters: 1Maximum Characters: 255
Unit of Measure Type: NoneDefault Unit Id: NoneAttribute Concept: NoneConceptual Domain: SHORT_STRING
Status: ActiveNillable: falsePattern: None
Permissible Value(s)ValueValue Meaning
 CylindricalThis is an in-situ projection used for (non-stereo) panoramas. Each image row represents a constant elevation and each image column represents a constant azimuth, from a given point of view. The image scale in degrees per pixel is constant across the image.
 Cylindrical_​PerspectiveThis is an in-situ projection that is a hybrid. Each column is a vertical slice from a pinhole camera (Perspective projection), while the columns are spaced evenly in azimuth (Cylindrical projection). It is most useful for viewing panoramas in stereo.
 OrthographicThis is an in-situ projection that is a generalization of the Vertical projection, in that any arbitrary projection plane can be specified.
 OrthorectifiedThis is an in-situ projection that provides a true overhead view of the scene. Range data is required to create this projection, meaning there is no parallax distortion. It has a constant scale in meters/pixel.
 PerspectiveThis is an in-situ projection that models a pinhole camera.
 PolarThis is an in-situ projection that provides a quasi-overhead view that extends to the horizon. Elevation is measured radially outward from the nadir location, with a constant pixel scale. Azimuth is measured along concentric circles centered at the nadir.
 VerticalThis is an in-situ projection that provides an overhead view. By projecting to a surface model, the need for range data is eliminated, but significant layover effects can happen when the actual geometry does not match the surface model. It has a constant scale in meters/pixel, subject to layover distortion.