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List of EPN-TAP parameters
(refreshed/completed April 2019, Oct 2020, June 2021) (SE) 

EPN-TAP

  • EPN-TAP is a VO access protocol dedicated to Planetary Science data. It is based on the TAP mechanism from IVOA, completed with sets of parameters and associated lists of values. In this regard, it is similar to ObsTAP but with a different scope.
  • EPN-TAP version 2 is a major update of the protocol to accommodate larger services and simplify setup and use of data services. All parameters are described here.

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  • Lab spectroscopy: parameters to describe mineralogical samples (and possibly other samples)
  • Solar System objects: covers orbital/rotational parameters, physical properties, and taxonomy
  • APIS: contains for consistency with APIS service. Contains parameters for observing programs (most parameters are actually included in other extensions)
  • Contributive works / observing programs: enlargement of APIS extension to other data
  • Exoplanets / planetary systems properties
  • Map extension (to be enlarged)
  • Events: covers the VOevent standard and other types of events
  • Particle spectroscopy (to be finalized)
  • Results of planetary 3D modelling run (in progress)
  • Bibliographic entries? May be manageable otherwise, through bibcode / doi interpretation

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(2) Spatial resolution parameters have the same unit as spatial coordinate parameters. The associated UCD combine either pos.resolution (if linear) or pos.angResolution (if angular) with secondary stat.min or stat.max

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(4): Timestamps are provided as ISO-8601 String reusing this pattern: “YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss”. The as specified by DALI. On VOtable output, xtype="timestamp" attribute is required on output VOTables.


Frame coordinates UCD/unitscelestialbodycartesiansphericalcylindrical

c1min

pos.eq.ra;stat.min 

pos.bodyrc.lon;stat.min

pos.cartesian.x;stat.min

(in km)

pos.spherical.r;stat.min 
(in km)

pos.cylindrical.r;stat.min 
(in km)

c1maxpos.eq.ra;stat.maxpos.bodyrc.lon;stat.max

pos.cartesian.x;stat.max

(in km)

pos.spherical.r;stat.maxmax (in km)

pos.cylindrical.r;stat.maxmax (in km)

c2minpos.eq.dec;stat.minpos.bodyrc.lat;stat.min

pos.cartesian.y;stat.min

(in km)

pos.spherical.colat;stat.min

pos.cylindrical.azi;stat.min

c2maxpos.eq.dec;stat.maxpos.bodyrc.lat;stat.max

pos.cartesian.y;stat.max

(in km)

pos.spherical.colat;stat.max

pos.cylindrical.azi;stat.max

c3min

pos.distance;stat.min

(in AU)

pos.bodyrc.alt;stat.min (from surface only, implicitly from reference level)
or
pos.distance;pos.bodyrc;stat.min (from center)?

(in kmm)

pos.cartesian.z;stat.min

(in km)

pos.spherical.azi;stat.min

pos.cylindrical.z;stat.min

(height, in km)

c3max

pos.distance;stat.max

(in AU)

pos.bodyrc.alt;stat.max (from surface only, implicitly from reference level)
or
pos.distance;pos.bodyrc;stat.max (from center)?

(in kmm)

pos.cartesian.z;stat.max

(in km)

pos.spherical.azi;stat.max

pos.cylindrical.z;stat.max

(height, in km)

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