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Main schema spase-1.2.1.xsd
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Properties
attribute form default unqualified
element form default qualified
version 1.2.1
Element spase:Spase
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_lang spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Version spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Catalog spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_DisplayData spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_NumericalData spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Granule spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Instrument spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Observatory spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Person spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Registry spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Repository spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Service spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase_Extension spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#http___www.spase-group.org_data_schema_Spase
Type spase:Spase
Properties
content complex
Model
Children spase:Catalog, spase:DisplayData, spase:Extension, spase:Granule, spase:Instrument, spase:NumericalData, spase:Observatory, spase:Person, spase:Registry, spase:Repository, spase:Service, spase:Version
Instance
<spase:Spase lang="en" xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:Version>{1,1}</spase:Version>
  <spase:Catalog>{1,1}</spase:Catalog>
  <spase:DisplayData>{1,1}</spase:DisplayData>
  <spase:NumericalData>{1,1}</spase:NumericalData>
  <spase:Granule>{1,1}</spase:Granule>
  <spase:Instrument>{1,1}</spase:Instrument>
  <spase:Observatory>{1,1}</spase:Observatory>
  <spase:Person>{1,1}</spase:Person>
  <spase:Registry>{1,1}</spase:Registry>
  <spase:Repository>{1,1}</spase:Repository>
  <spase:Service>{1,1}</spase:Service>
  <spase:Extension lang="en">{1,1}</spase:Extension>
</spase:Spase>
Attributes
QName Type Default Use
lang xsd:string en optional
Source
<xsd:element name="Spase" type="spase:Spase"/>
Element spase:Spase / spase:Version
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Version
Type spase:Version
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration 1.2.1
Source
<xsd:element name="Version" type="spase:Version" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Spase / spase:Catalog
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_ResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_ResourceHeader spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_AccessInformation spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_ProviderResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_ProviderVersion spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_InstrumentID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_PhenomenonType spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_TimeSpan spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_Caveats spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_Keyword spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog_InputResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Catalog
Type spase:Catalog
Properties
content complex
Model
Children spase:AccessInformation, spase:Caveats, spase:InputResourceID, spase:InstrumentID, spase:Keyword, spase:PhenomenonType, spase:ProviderResourceName, spase:ProviderVersion, spase:ResourceHeader, spase:ResourceID, spase:TimeSpan
Instance
<spase:Catalog xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:ResourceID>{1,1}</spase:ResourceID>
  <spase:ResourceHeader>{1,1}</spase:ResourceHeader>
  <spase:AccessInformation>{1,unbounded}</spase:AccessInformation>
  <spase:ProviderResourceName>{0,1}</spase:ProviderResourceName>
  <spase:ProviderVersion>{0,1}</spase:ProviderVersion>
  <spase:InstrumentID>{0,unbounded}</spase:InstrumentID>
  <spase:PhenomenonType>{1,1}</spase:PhenomenonType>
  <spase:TimeSpan>{0,1}</spase:TimeSpan>
  <spase:Caveats>{0,1}</spase:Caveats>
  <spase:Keyword>{0,unbounded}</spase:Keyword>
  <spase:InputResourceID>{0,unbounded}</spase:InputResourceID>
</spase:Catalog>
Source
<xsd:element name="Catalog" type="spase:Catalog"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:ResourceID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceID
Type spase:ResourceID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceID" type="spase:ResourceID" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:ResourceHeader
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AlternateName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ReleaseDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ExpirationDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Description spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Contact spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_InformationURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AssociationID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_PriorID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader
Type spase:ResourceHeader
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Acknowledgement, spase:AlternateName, spase:AssociationID, spase:Contact, spase:Description, spase:ExpirationDate, spase:InformationURL, spase:PriorID, spase:ReleaseDate, spase:ResourceName
Instance
<spase:ResourceHeader xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:ResourceName>{1,1}</spase:ResourceName>
  <spase:AlternateName>{0,unbounded}</spase:AlternateName>
  <spase:ReleaseDate>{1,1}</spase:ReleaseDate>
  <spase:ExpirationDate>{0,1}</spase:ExpirationDate>
  <spase:Description>{1,1}</spase:Description>
  <spase:Acknowledgement>{0,1}</spase:Acknowledgement>
  <spase:Contact>{1,unbounded}</spase:Contact>
  <spase:InformationURL>{0,unbounded}</spase:InformationURL>
  <spase:AssociationID>{0,unbounded}</spase:AssociationID>
  <spase:PriorID>{0,unbounded}</spase:PriorID>
</spase:ResourceHeader>
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceHeader" type="spase:ResourceHeader" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:ResourceName
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceName
Type spase:ResourceName
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceName" type="spase:ResourceName" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:AlternateName
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AlternateName
Type spase:AlternateName
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="AlternateName" type="spase:AlternateName" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:ReleaseDate
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ReleaseDate
Type spase:ReleaseDate
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ReleaseDate" type="spase:ReleaseDate" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:ExpirationDate
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ExpirationDate
Type spase:ExpirationDate
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ExpirationDate" type="spase:ExpirationDate" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:Description
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Description
Type spase:Description
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Description" type="spase:Description" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:Acknowledgement
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Acknowledgement
Type spase:Acknowledgement
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Acknowledgement" type="spase:Acknowledgement" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:Contact
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Contact_PersonID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Contact_Role spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Contact
Type spase:Contact
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:PersonID, spase:Role
Instance
<spase:Contact xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:PersonID>{1,1}</spase:PersonID>
  <spase:Role>{1,unbounded}</spase:Role>
</spase:Contact>
Source
<xsd:element name="Contact" type="spase:Contact" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Contact / spase:PersonID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#PersonID
Type spase:PersonID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="PersonID" type="spase:PersonID" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Contact / spase:Role
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Role
Type spase:Role
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration ArchiveSpecialist
An individual who is an expert on a collection of resources and may also be knowledgable of the phenomenon and related physics represented by the resources. This includes librarians, curators, archive scientists and other experts.
enumeration CoInvestigator
An individual who is a scientific peer and major participant for an investigation.
enumeration DataProducer
An individual who generated the resource and is familiar with its provenance.
enumeration DeputyPI
An individual who is an administrative or scientific leader for an investigation operting under the supervision of a Princial Investigator.
enumeration GeneralContact
An individual who can provide information on a range of subjects or who can direct you to a domain expert.
enumeration MetadataContact
An individual who can affect a change in the metadata describing a resource.
enumeration PrincipalInvestigator
An individual who is the administrative and scientific lead for an investigation.
enumeration ProjectScientist
An individual who is an expert in the phenomenon and related physics explored by the project. A project scientist may also have a manageral role within the project.
enumeration Scientist
An individual who is an expert in the phenomenon and related physics represented by the resource.
enumeration TeamLeader
An individual who is the designated leader of an investigation.
enumeration TeamMember
An individual who is a major participant in an investigation.
enumeration TechnicalContact
An individual who can provide specific information with regard to the resource or supporting software
Source
<xsd:element name="Role" type="spase:Role" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:InformationURL
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InformationURL_Name spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InformationURL_URL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InformationURL_Description spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InformationURL
Type spase:InformationURL
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:Description, spase:Name, spase:URL
Instance
<spase:InformationURL xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:Name>{0,1}</spase:Name>
  <spase:URL>{1,1}</spase:URL>
  <spase:Description>{0,1}</spase:Description>
</spase:InformationURL>
Source
<xsd:element name="InformationURL" type="spase:InformationURL" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:InformationURL / spase:Name
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Name
Type spase:Name
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Name" type="spase:Name" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:InformationURL / spase:URL
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#URL
Type spase:URL
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="URL" type="spase:URL" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:InformationURL / spase:Description
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Description
Type spase:Description
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Description" type="spase:Description" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:AssociationID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AssociationID
Type spase:AssociationID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="AssociationID" type="spase:AssociationID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:ResourceHeader / spase:PriorID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#PriorID
Type spase:PriorID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="PriorID" type="spase:PriorID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:AccessInformation
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_RepositoryID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Availability spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessRights spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Format spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Encoding spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_DataExtent spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation
Type spase:AccessInformation
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:AccessRights, spase:AccessURL, spase:Acknowledgement, spase:Availability, spase:DataExtent, spase:Encoding, spase:Format, spase:RepositoryID
Instance
<spase:AccessInformation xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:RepositoryID>{1,1}</spase:RepositoryID>
  <spase:Availability>{0,1}</spase:Availability>
  <spase:AccessRights>{0,1}</spase:AccessRights>
  <spase:AccessURL>{1,unbounded}</spase:AccessURL>
  <spase:Format>{1,1}</spase:Format>
  <spase:Encoding>{0,1}</spase:Encoding>
  <spase:DataExtent>{0,1}</spase:DataExtent>
  <spase:Acknowledgement>{0,1}</spase:Acknowledgement>
</spase:AccessInformation>
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessInformation" type="spase:AccessInformation" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:RepositoryID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#RepositoryID
Type spase:RepositoryID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="RepositoryID" type="spase:RepositoryID" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:Availability
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Availability
Type spase:Availability
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration Offline
Not directly accessible electronically. This includes resources which may to be moved to an online status in response to a given request.
enumeration Online
Directly accessible electronically.
Source
<xsd:element name="Availability" type="spase:Availability" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:AccessRights
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessRights
Type spase:AccessRights
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration Open
Access is granted to everyone.
enumeration Restricted
Access to the product is regulated and requires some form of identification.
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessRights" type="spase:AccessRights" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:AccessURL
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessURL_Name spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessURL_URL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessURL_Description spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessURL
Type spase:AccessURL
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:Description, spase:Name, spase:URL
Instance
<spase:AccessURL xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:Name>{0,1}</spase:Name>
  <spase:URL>{1,1}</spase:URL>
  <spase:Description>{0,1}</spase:Description>
</spase:AccessURL>
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessURL" type="spase:AccessURL" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:AccessURL / spase:Name
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Name
Type spase:Name
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Name" type="spase:Name" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessURL / spase:URL
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#URL
Type spase:URL
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="URL" type="spase:URL" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessURL / spase:Description
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Description
Type spase:Description
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Description" type="spase:Description" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:Format
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Format
Type spase:Format
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration AVI
Audio Video Interleave (AVI) a digital format for movies that conforms to the Microsoft Windows Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF).
enumeration Binary
A direct representation of the bits which may be stored in memory on a computer.
enumeration CDF
Common Data Format (CDF). A binary storage format developed at Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).
enumeration CEF
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF) is a self-documenting ASCII format designed for the exchange of data. There are two versions of CEF which are not totally compatible.
enumeration CEF1
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF), version 1, is a self-documenting ASCII format designed for the exchange of data. The metadata contains information compatible with the ISTP recommendations for CDF.
enumeration CEF2
Cluster Exchange Format (CEF), version 2, is a self-documenting ASCII format designed for the exchange of data and introduced for Cluster Active Archive. Compared to version 1, the metadata description of vectors and tensors is different.
enumeration FITS
Flexible Image Transport System (FITS) is a digital format primarily designed to store scientific data sets consisting of multi-dimensional arrays (1-D spectra, 2-D images or 3-D data cubes) and 2-dimensional tables containing rows and columns of data.
enumeration GIF
Graphic Interchange Format (GIF) first introduced in 1987 by CompuServe. GIF uses LZW compression and images are limited to 256 colours.
enumeration HDF
Hierarchical Data Format
enumeration HDF4
Hierarchical Data Format, Version 4
enumeration HDF5
Hierarchical Data Format, Version 5
enumeration HTML
A text file containing structured information represented in the HyperText Mark-up Language (HTML). See <http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/>
enumeration IDFS
Instrument Data File Set (IDFS) is a set of files written in a prescribed format which contain data, timing data, and meta-data. IDFS was developed at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI).
enumeration IDL
Interactive Data Language (IDL) save set. IDL is a proprietary format.
enumeration JPEG
A binary format for still images defined by the Joint Photographic Experts Group
enumeration MATLAB_4
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 4. MAT-files are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format files. MATLAB is a proprietary product of The MathWorks.
enumeration MATLAB_6
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 6. MAT-files are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format files. MATLAB is a proprietary product of The MathWorks.
enumeration MATLAB_7
MATLAB Workspace save set, version 7. MAT-files are double-precision, binary, MATLAB format files. Version 7 includes data compression and Unicode encoding. MATLAB is a proprietary product of The MathWorks.
enumeration MPEG
A digital format for movies defined by the Motion Picture Experts Group
enumeration NCAR
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) format. A complete description of that standard is given in appendix C of the Report on Establishment & Operation of the Incoherent- Scatter Data Base, dated August 23, 1984, obtainable from NCAR, P.O. Box 3000 Boulder, Colorado 80307-3000.
enumeration NetCDF
Unidata Program Centers Network Common Data Form (NetCDF). A self-describing data portable data format for array-oriented data access. See <http://my.unidata.ucar.edu/content/software/netcdf>
enumeration PDF
A document expressed in the Portable Document Format (PDF) as defined by Adobe.
enumeration PNG
A digital format for still images. Portable Network Graphics (PNG)
enumeration Postscript
A page description programming language created by Adobe Systems Inc. that is a device-independent industry standard for representing text and graphics.
enumeration QuickTime
A format for digital movies, as defined by Apple Computer. See <http://developer.apple.com/quicktime/>
enumeration TIFF
A binary format for still pictures. Tagged Image Format File (TIFF). Originally developed by Aldus and now controlled by Adobe.
enumeration Text
ASCII text
enumeration UDF
Universal Data Format (UDF). The Optical Technology Storage Associations Universal Disk Format, based on ISO 13346. See <http://www.osta.org/specs/index.htm>
enumeration VOTable
A proposed XML standard designed as a flexible storage and exchange format for tabular data.
enumeration XML
eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML). A structured format for representing information. See <http://www.w3.org/XML/>
Source
<xsd:element name="Format" type="spase:Format" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:Encoding
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Encoding
Type spase:Encoding
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration ASCII
A sequence of characters that adheres to American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) which is an 7-bit character-coding scheme.
enumeration BZIP2
An open standard algorithm by Julian Seward using Burrows-Wheeler block sorting and Huffman coding. See <http://www.bzip.org/>
enumeration Base64
A data encoding scheme whereby binary-encoded data is converted to printable ASCII characters. It is defined as a MIME content transfer encoding for use in internet e-mail. The only characters used are the upper- and lower-case Roman alphabet characters (A-Z, a-z), the numerals (0-9), and the + and / symbols, with the = symbol as a special suffix (padding) code.
enumeration GZIP
An open standard algorithm distributed by GHU based on LZ77 and Huffman coding. See <http://www.gnu.org/software/gzip/gzip.html> or <http://www.gzip.org/>
enumeration None
A lack or absence of anything.
enumeration Unicode
Text in multi-byte Unicode format.
enumeration ZIP
An open standard for compression which is a variation of the LZW method and was originally used in the PKZIP utility.
Source
<xsd:element name="Encoding" type="spase:Encoding" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:DataExtent
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DataExtent_Bytes spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DataExtent_Units spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DataExtent_Per spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DataExtent
Type spase:DataExtent
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Bytes, spase:Per, spase:Units
Instance
<spase:DataExtent xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:Bytes>{1,1}</spase:Bytes>
  <spase:Units>{0,1}</spase:Units>
  <spase:Per>{0,1}</spase:Per>
</spase:DataExtent>
Source
<xsd:element name="DataExtent" type="spase:DataExtent" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DataExtent / spase:Bytes
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Bytes
Type spase:Bytes
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Bytes" type="spase:Bytes" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DataExtent / spase:Units
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Units
Type spase:Units
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Units" type="spase:Units" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DataExtent / spase:Per
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Per
Type spase:Per
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Per" type="spase:Per" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:AccessInformation / spase:Acknowledgement
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Acknowledgement
Type spase:Acknowledgement
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Acknowledgement" type="spase:Acknowledgement" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:ProviderResourceName
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderResourceName
Type spase:ProviderResourceName
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderResourceName" type="spase:ProviderResourceName" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:ProviderVersion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderVersion
Type spase:ProviderVersion
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderVersion" type="spase:ProviderVersion" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:InstrumentID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InstrumentID
Type spase:InstrumentID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="InstrumentID" type="spase:InstrumentID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:PhenomenonType
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#PhenomenonType
Type spase:PhenomenonType
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration Aurora
An atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earths magnetic lines of force.
enumeration BowShockCrossing
A crossing of the boundary between the undisturbed (except for foreshock effects) solar wind and the shocked, decelerated solar wind of the magnetosheath.
enumeration CoronalMassEjection
A solar event which involves a burst of plasma which is ejected from the Sun into the interplanetary medium.
enumeration EnergeticSolarParticleEvent
An enhancement of interplanetary fluxes of energetic ions accelerated by interplanetary shocks and/or solar flares.
enumeration ForbushDecrease
A rapid decrease in the observed galactic cosmic ray intensity following the passage of an outwardly convecting interplanetary magnetic field disturbance, such as those associated with large CMEs, that sweep some galactic cosmic rays away from Earth.
enumeration GeomagneticStorm
A magnetospheric disturbance typically defined by variations in the horizontal component of the Earths surface magnetic field.  The variation typically starts with a field enhancement associated with a solar wind pressure pulse and continues with a field depression associated with an enhancement of the diamagnetic magnetospheric ring current.
enumeration InterplanetaryShock
A shock propagating generally antisunward through the slower solar wind, often seen in front of CME-associated plasma clouds.
enumeration MagnetopauseCrossing
A crossing of the interface between the shocked solar wind in the magnetosheath and the magnetic field and plasma in the magnetosphere.
enumeration SolarFlare
An explosive event in the Suns atmosphere which produces electromagnetic radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum at multiple wavelengths from long-wave radio to the shortest wavelength gamma rays.
enumeration SolarWindExtreme
Intervals of unusually large or small values of solar wind attributes such as flow speed and ion density.
enumeration Substorm
A process by which plasma in the magnetotail becomes energized at a fast rate.
Source
<xsd:element name="PhenomenonType" type="spase:PhenomenonType" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:TimeSpan
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_StartDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_EndDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_RelativeEndDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_Note spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan
Type spase:TimeSpan
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:EndDate, spase:Note, spase:RelativeEndDate, spase:StartDate
Instance
<spase:TimeSpan xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:StartDate>{1,1}</spase:StartDate>
  <spase:EndDate>{1,1}</spase:EndDate>
  <spase:RelativeEndDate>{1,1}</spase:RelativeEndDate>
  <spase:Note>{0,unbounded}</spase:Note>
</spase:TimeSpan>
Source
<xsd:element name="TimeSpan" type="spase:TimeSpan" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:TimeSpan / spase:StartDate
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#StartDate
Type spase:StartDate
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="StartDate" type="spase:StartDate" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:TimeSpan / spase:EndDate
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#EndDate
Type spase:EndDate
Properties
content simple
Source
<xsd:element name="EndDate" type="spase:EndDate"/>
Element spase:TimeSpan / spase:RelativeEndDate
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#RelativeEndDate
Type spase:RelativeEndDate
Properties
content simple
Source
<xsd:element name="RelativeEndDate" type="spase:RelativeEndDate"/>
Element spase:TimeSpan / spase:Note
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Note
Type spase:Note
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="Note" type="spase:Note" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:Caveats
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Caveats
Type spase:Caveats
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Caveats" type="spase:Caveats" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:Keyword
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Keyword
Type spase:Keyword
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="Keyword" type="spase:Keyword" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Catalog / spase:InputResourceID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InputResourceID
Type spase:InputResourceID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="InputResourceID" type="spase:InputResourceID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Spase / spase:DisplayData
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ResourceHeader spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_AccessInformation spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ProcessingLevel spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ProviderResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ProviderProcessingLevel spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ProviderVersion spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_InstrumentID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_MeasurementType spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_TemporalDescription spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_SpectralRange spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_DisplayCadence spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_ObservedRegion spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_Caveats spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_Keyword spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData_InputResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayData
Type spase:DisplayData
Properties
content complex
Model
Children spase:AccessInformation, spase:Caveats, spase:DisplayCadence, spase:InputResourceID, spase:InstrumentID, spase:Keyword, spase:MeasurementType, spase:ObservedRegion, spase:ProcessingLevel, spase:ProviderProcessingLevel, spase:ProviderResourceName, spase:ProviderVersion, spase:ResourceHeader, spase:ResourceID, spase:SpectralRange, spase:TemporalDescription
Instance
<spase:DisplayData xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:ResourceID>{1,1}</spase:ResourceID>
  <spase:ResourceHeader>{1,1}</spase:ResourceHeader>
  <spase:AccessInformation>{1,unbounded}</spase:AccessInformation>
  <spase:ProcessingLevel>{0,1}</spase:ProcessingLevel>
  <spase:ProviderResourceName>{0,1}</spase:ProviderResourceName>
  <spase:ProviderProcessingLevel>{0,1}</spase:ProviderProcessingLevel>
  <spase:ProviderVersion>{0,1}</spase:ProviderVersion>
  <spase:InstrumentID>{0,unbounded}</spase:InstrumentID>
  <spase:MeasurementType>{1,unbounded}</spase:MeasurementType>
  <spase:TemporalDescription>{0,1}</spase:TemporalDescription>
  <spase:SpectralRange>{0,unbounded}</spase:SpectralRange>
  <spase:DisplayCadence>{0,1}</spase:DisplayCadence>
  <spase:ObservedRegion>{0,unbounded}</spase:ObservedRegion>
  <spase:Caveats>{0,1}</spase:Caveats>
  <spase:Keyword>{0,unbounded}</spase:Keyword>
  <spase:InputResourceID>{0,unbounded}</spase:InputResourceID>
</spase:DisplayData>
Source
<xsd:element name="DisplayData" type="spase:DisplayData"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ResourceID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceID
Type spase:ResourceID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceID" type="spase:ResourceID" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ResourceHeader
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AlternateName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ReleaseDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ExpirationDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Description spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Contact spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_InformationURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AssociationID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_PriorID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader
Type spase:ResourceHeader
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Acknowledgement, spase:AlternateName, spase:AssociationID, spase:Contact, spase:Description, spase:ExpirationDate, spase:InformationURL, spase:PriorID, spase:ReleaseDate, spase:ResourceName
Instance
<spase:ResourceHeader xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:ResourceName>{1,1}</spase:ResourceName>
  <spase:AlternateName>{0,unbounded}</spase:AlternateName>
  <spase:ReleaseDate>{1,1}</spase:ReleaseDate>
  <spase:ExpirationDate>{0,1}</spase:ExpirationDate>
  <spase:Description>{1,1}</spase:Description>
  <spase:Acknowledgement>{0,1}</spase:Acknowledgement>
  <spase:Contact>{1,unbounded}</spase:Contact>
  <spase:InformationURL>{0,unbounded}</spase:InformationURL>
  <spase:AssociationID>{0,unbounded}</spase:AssociationID>
  <spase:PriorID>{0,unbounded}</spase:PriorID>
</spase:ResourceHeader>
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceHeader" type="spase:ResourceHeader" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:AccessInformation
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_RepositoryID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Availability spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessRights spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Format spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Encoding spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_DataExtent spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation
Type spase:AccessInformation
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:AccessRights, spase:AccessURL, spase:Acknowledgement, spase:Availability, spase:DataExtent, spase:Encoding, spase:Format, spase:RepositoryID
Instance
<spase:AccessInformation xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:RepositoryID>{1,1}</spase:RepositoryID>
  <spase:Availability>{0,1}</spase:Availability>
  <spase:AccessRights>{0,1}</spase:AccessRights>
  <spase:AccessURL>{1,unbounded}</spase:AccessURL>
  <spase:Format>{1,1}</spase:Format>
  <spase:Encoding>{0,1}</spase:Encoding>
  <spase:DataExtent>{0,1}</spase:DataExtent>
  <spase:Acknowledgement>{0,1}</spase:Acknowledgement>
</spase:AccessInformation>
Source
<xsd:element name="AccessInformation" type="spase:AccessInformation" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ProcessingLevel
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProcessingLevel
Type spase:ProcessingLevel
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration Calibrated
Data wherein sensor outputs have been convolved with instrument response function, often irreversibly, to yield physical parameter values.
enumeration Raw
Data in its original state with no processing to account for calibration.
enumeration Uncalibrated
Duplicate data are removed from the data stream and data are time ordered. Values are not adjusted for any potential biases or external factors.
Source
<xsd:element name="ProcessingLevel" type="spase:ProcessingLevel" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ProviderResourceName
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderResourceName
Type spase:ProviderResourceName
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderResourceName" type="spase:ProviderResourceName" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ProviderProcessingLevel
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderProcessingLevel
Type spase:ProviderProcessingLevel
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderProcessingLevel" type="spase:ProviderProcessingLevel" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ProviderVersion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderVersion
Type spase:ProviderVersion
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderVersion" type="spase:ProviderVersion" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:InstrumentID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InstrumentID
Type spase:InstrumentID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="InstrumentID" type="spase:InstrumentID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:MeasurementType
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#MeasurementType
Type spase:MeasurementType
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration ActivityIndex
An indication, derived from one or more measurements, of the level of activity of an object or region, such as sunspot number, F10.7 flux, Dst, or the Polar Cap Indices.
enumeration ChargedParticleFlux
Measurements of fluxes of charged or ionized particles at above thermal energies, including relativistic particles of solar and galactic origin. May give simple fluxes, but more complete distributions are sometimes possible. Composition measurements may also be made.
enumeration Dopplergram
A map or image depicting the spatial distribution of line-of-sight velocities of the observed object.
enumeration ElectricField
Measurements of electric field vectors (sometimes not all components) as a time series.
enumeration EnergeticParticles
Pieces of matter that are moving very fast. Energetic particles include protons, electrons, neutrons, neutrinos, the nuclei of atoms, and other sub-atomic particles.
enumeration Ephemeris
The spatial coordinates of a body as a function of time. When used as an Instrument Type it represents the process or methods used to generate spatial coordinates.
enumeration ImageIntensity
Measurements of the two-dimensional distribution of the intensity of photons from some region or object such as the Sun or the polar auroral regions; can be in any wavelength band, and polarized, etc.
enumeration InstrumentStatus
A quantity directly related to the operation or function of an instrument.
enumeration IonComposition
In situ measurements of the relative flux or density of electrically charged particles in the space environment. May give simple fluxes, but full distribution functions are sometimes measured.
enumeration Irradiance
A radiometric term for the power of electromagnetic radiation at a surface, per unit area. Irradiance is used when the electromagnetic radiation is incident on the surface. The SI unit of irradiance is watts per square meter (W7m-2).
enumeration MagneticField
Measurements of magnetic field vectors (sometimes not all components) as time series; can be space- or ground-based. Also, [Zeeman splitting, etc. based]: A region of space near a magnetized body where magnetic forces can be detected [as measured by methods such as Zeeman splitting, etc.]
enumeration Magnetogram
Measurements of the vector or line-of-sight magnetic field determined from remote sensing measurements of the detailed structure of spectral lines, including their splitting and polarization. (Magnetogram.)
enumeration NeutralAtomImages
Measurements of neutral atom fluxes as a function of look direction; often related to remote energetic charged particles that lose their charge through charge-exchange and then reach the detector on a line.
enumeration NeutralGas
Measurements of neutral atomic and molecular components of a gas.
enumeration Profile
Measurements of a quantity as a function of height above an object such as the limb of a body.
enumeration Radiance
A radiometric measurement that describe the amount of electromagnetic radiation that passes through or is emitted from a particular area, and falls within a given solid angle in a specified direction. They are used to characterize both emission from diffuse sources and reflection from diffuse surfaces. The SI unit of radiance is watts per steradian per square meter (W7sr-17m-2).
enumeration RadioSoundings
Measurements of plasma density, magnetic field and possibly other parameters of the space environment by active probing of the plasma by radio waves.
enumeration RadioandPlasmaWaves
Measurements of electric and/or magnetic fields using electric or magnetic antennas at frequencies anywhere between the spacecraft spin frequency and the characteristic frequencies of the ambient plasma.  The output can be waveform, power spectral density, or other statistical parameters.
enumeration Spectrum
Measurements of the intensity of radiation as a function of frequency or wavelength.
enumeration ThermalPlasma
Measurements of the plasma in the energy regime where the most of the plasma occurs.  May be the basic fluxes in the form of distribution functions or the derived bulk parameters (density, flow velocity, etc.).
Source
<xsd:element name="MeasurementType" type="spase:MeasurementType" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:TemporalDescription
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_TimeSpan spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_Cadence spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_Exposure spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription
Type spase:TemporalDescription
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Cadence, spase:Exposure, spase:TimeSpan
Instance
<spase:TemporalDescription xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:TimeSpan>{1,1}</spase:TimeSpan>
  <spase:Cadence>{0,1}</spase:Cadence>
  <spase:Exposure>{0,1}</spase:Exposure>
</spase:TemporalDescription>
Source
<xsd:element name="TemporalDescription" type="spase:TemporalDescription" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:TemporalDescription / spase:TimeSpan
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_StartDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_EndDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_RelativeEndDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan_Note spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TimeSpan
Type spase:TimeSpan
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:EndDate, spase:Note, spase:RelativeEndDate, spase:StartDate
Instance
<spase:TimeSpan xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:StartDate>{1,1}</spase:StartDate>
  <spase:EndDate>{1,1}</spase:EndDate>
  <spase:RelativeEndDate>{1,1}</spase:RelativeEndDate>
  <spase:Note>{0,unbounded}</spase:Note>
</spase:TimeSpan>
Source
<xsd:element name="TimeSpan" type="spase:TimeSpan" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:TemporalDescription / spase:Cadence
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Cadence
Type spase:Cadence
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Cadence" type="spase:Cadence" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:TemporalDescription / spase:Exposure
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Exposure
Type spase:Exposure
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Exposure" type="spase:Exposure" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:SpectralRange
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#SpectralRange
Type spase:SpectralRange
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration CaK
A spectrum with a wavelength of range centered near 393.5 nm. VSO nickname: Ca-K image with range of 391.9 nm to 395.2 nm.
enumeration ExtremeUltraviolet
A spectrum with a wavelength range of 10.0 nm to 125.0nm. VSO nickname: EUV image with a range of of 10.0 nm to 125.0 nm
enumeration GammaRays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.00001 to 0.001 nm
enumeration Halpha
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 656.3 nm. VSO nickname: H-alpha image with a spectrum range of of 655.8 nm to 656.8 nm.
enumeration HardXrays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.001 to 0.1 nm
enumeration He10830
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 1082.9 nm. VSO nickname: He 10830 image with a range of 1082.5 nm to 1083.3 nm.
enumeration Infrared
Photons with a wavelength range: 760 to 1.00x10^6 nm
enumeration K7699
A spectrum with a wavelength range centerd at 769.9 nm. VSO nickname: K-7699 dopplergram with a range of 769.8 nm to 770.0 nm.
enumeration Microwave
Photons with a wavelength range: 1.00x10^6 to 1.50x10^7 nm
enumeration NaD
A spectrum with a wavelength range of centered at 589.3 nm. VSO nickname: Na-D image with a range of 588.8 nm to 589.8 nm.
enumeration Ni6768
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 676.8 nm. VSO nickname: Ni-6768 dopplergram with a range of of 676.7 nm to 676.9 nm.
enumeration Optical
Photons with a wavelength range: 380 to 760 nm
enumeration RadioFrequency
Photons with a wavelength range: 100,000 to 1.00x10^11 nm
enumeration Ultraviolet
Photons with a wavelength range: 10 to 400 nm.
enumeration WhiteLight
Photons with a wavelength in the visible range for humans.
enumeration XRays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.001 <= x < 10 nm
Source
<xsd:element name="SpectralRange" type="spase:SpectralRange" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:DisplayCadence
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#DisplayCadence
Type spase:DisplayCadence
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="DisplayCadence" type="spase:DisplayCadence" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:ObservedRegion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Region
Type spase:Region
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration Asteroid
A small extraterrestrial body consisting mostly of rock and metal that is in orbit around the sun.
enumeration Comet
A relatively small extraterrestrial body consisting of a frozen mass that travels around the sun in a highly elliptical orbit.
enumeration Earth
The third planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosheath
The region between the bow shock and the magnetopause, characterized by very turbulent plasma.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere
The region of space above the atmosphere or surface of the planet, and bounded by the magnetopause, that is under the direct influence of the planets magnetic field.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Magnetotail
The region on the night side of the body where the magnetic filed is stretched backwards by the force of the solar wind. For Earth, the magnetotail begins at a night-side radial distance of 10 Re (X > -10Re).
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Main
The region of the magnetosphere where the magnetic field lines are closed, but does not include the gaseous region gravitationally bound to the body.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Polar
The region near the pole of a body. For a magnetosphere the polar region is the area where magnetic field lines are open and includes the aural zone.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.RadiationBelt
The region within a magnetosphere where high-energy particles could potentially be trapped in a magnetic field.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface
The gaseous and possibly ionized environment of a body extending from the surface to some specified altitude.  For the Earth, this altitude is 2000 km.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Atmosphere
The neutral gases surrounding a body that extends from the surface and is bound to the body by virtue of the gravitational attraction.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.AuroralRegion
The region in the atmospheric where electrically-charged particles bombarding the upper atmosphere of a planet in the presence of a magnetic field produce an opitcal phenomenum.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.EquatorialRegion
A region centered on the equator and limited in latitude by approximately 23 degrees north and south of the equator.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere
The charged or ionized gases surrounding a body that are nominally bound to the body by virtue of the gravitational attraction..
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.DRegion
The layer of the ionosphere that exists approximately 50 to 95 km above the surface of the Earth.  One of several layers in the ionosphere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.ERegion
A layer of ionised gas occurring at 90-150km above the ground. One of several layers in the ionosphere. Also called the The Kennelly-Heaviside layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.FRegion
A layer that contains ionized gases at a height of around 150-800 km above sea level, placing it in the thermosphere. the F region has the highest concentration of free electrons and ions anywhere in the atmosphere. It may be thought of as comprising two layers, the F1-and F2-layers.  One of several layers in the ionosphere. Also known as the Appleton layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.Topside
The region at the upper most areas of the ionosphere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Mesosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the Stratosphere to a range of 80 km to 85 km, temperature decreasing with height.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Plasmasphere
A region of the magnetosphere consisting of low energy (cool) plasma. It is located above the ionosphere. The outer boundary of the plasmasphere is known as the plasmapause, which is defined by an order of magnitude drop in plasma density.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.PolarCap
The areas of the globe surrounding the poles and consisting of the region north of 60 degrees north latitude an the region south of 60 degrees south latitude.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.SouthAtlanticAnomalyRegion
The region where Earths inner van Allen radiation belt makes its closest approach to the planets surface. The result is that, for a given altitude, the radiation intensity is higher over this region than elsewhere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Stratosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the troposphere to about 30 km, temperature increases with height. The stratosphere contains the ozone layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Thermosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the Mesosphere to 640+ km, temperature increasing with height.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Troposphere
The lowest layer of the atmosphere which begins at the surface and extends to between 7 km (4.4 mi) at the poles and 17 km (10.6 mi) at the equator, with some variation due to weather factors.
enumeration Earth.Surface
The outermost area of a solid object.
enumeration Heliosphere
The solar atmosphere extending roughly from the outer corona to the edge of the solar plasma at the heliopause separating primarily solar plasma from interstellar plasma.
enumeration Heliosphere.Inner
The region of the heliosphere extending radially out from the surface of the Sun to 1 AU.
enumeration Heliosphere.NearEarth
The heliospheric region near the Earth which extends to and includes the area near the L1 and L2 Lagrange point.
enumeration Heliosphere.Outer
The region of the heliosphere from, but not including, 1 AU to the farthest extent of the heliosphere (heliopause).
enumeration Heliosphere.Remote1AU
The heliospheric region near the Earths orbit, but exclusive of the region near the Earth.
enumeration Jupiter
The fifth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Mars
The forth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Mercury
The first planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Neptune
The seventh planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Pluto
The ninth (sub)planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Saturn
The sixth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Sun
The star upon which our solar system is centered.
enumeration Sun.Chromosphere
The region of the Suns (or a stars) atmosphere above the temperature minimum and below the Transition Region.  The solar chromosphere is approximately 400 km to 2100 km above the photosphere, and characterized by temperatures from 4500 - 28000 K.
enumeration Sun.Corona
The outermost atmospheric region of the Sun or a star, characterized by ionization temperatures above 10^5 K.  The solar corona starts at about 2100 km above the photosphere; there is no generally defined upper limit.
enumeration Sun.Interior
The region inside the body which is not visible from outside the body.
enumeration Sun.Photosphere
The atmospheric layer of the Sun or a star from which continuum radiation, especially optical, is emitted to space.  For the Sun, the photosphere is about 500 km thick.
enumeration Sun.TransitionRegion
A very narrow (<100 km) layer between the chromosphere and the corona where the temperature rises abruptly from about 8000 to about 500,000 K.
enumeration Uranus
The eigth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Venus
The second planet from the sun in our solar system.
Source
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Element spase:DisplayData / spase:Caveats
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Caveats
Type spase:Caveats
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="Caveats" type="spase:Caveats" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:Keyword
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Keyword
Type spase:Keyword
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="Keyword" type="spase:Keyword" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:DisplayData / spase:InputResourceID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InputResourceID
Type spase:InputResourceID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="InputResourceID" type="spase:InputResourceID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:Spase / spase:NumericalData
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ResourceHeader spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_AccessInformation spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ProcessingLevel spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ProviderResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ProviderProcessingLevel spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ProviderVersion spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_InstrumentID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_MeasurementType spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_TemporalDescription spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_SpectralRange spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_ObservedRegion spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_Caveats spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_Keyword spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_InputResourceID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData_PhysicalParameter spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#NumericalData
Type spase:NumericalData
Properties
content complex
Model
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Instance
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Source
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Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ResourceID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceID
Type spase:ResourceID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ResourceID" type="spase:ResourceID" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ResourceHeader
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ResourceName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AlternateName spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ReleaseDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_ExpirationDate spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Description spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_Contact spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_InformationURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_AssociationID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader_PriorID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ResourceHeader
Type spase:ResourceHeader
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Acknowledgement, spase:AlternateName, spase:AssociationID, spase:Contact, spase:Description, spase:ExpirationDate, spase:InformationURL, spase:PriorID, spase:ReleaseDate, spase:ResourceName
Instance
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Source
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Element spase:NumericalData / spase:AccessInformation
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_RepositoryID spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Availability spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessRights spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_AccessURL spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Format spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Encoding spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_DataExtent spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation_Acknowledgement spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#AccessInformation
Type spase:AccessInformation
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Model
Children spase:AccessRights, spase:AccessURL, spase:Acknowledgement, spase:Availability, spase:DataExtent, spase:Encoding, spase:Format, spase:RepositoryID
Instance
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Source
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Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ProcessingLevel
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProcessingLevel
Type spase:ProcessingLevel
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Facets
enumeration Calibrated
Data wherein sensor outputs have been convolved with instrument response function, often irreversibly, to yield physical parameter values.
enumeration Raw
Data in its original state with no processing to account for calibration.
enumeration Uncalibrated
Duplicate data are removed from the data stream and data are time ordered. Values are not adjusted for any potential biases or external factors.
Source
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Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ProviderResourceName
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderResourceName
Type spase:ProviderResourceName
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderResourceName" type="spase:ProviderResourceName" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ProviderProcessingLevel
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderProcessingLevel
Type spase:ProviderProcessingLevel
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderProcessingLevel" type="spase:ProviderProcessingLevel" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ProviderVersion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#ProviderVersion
Type spase:ProviderVersion
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Source
<xsd:element name="ProviderVersion" type="spase:ProviderVersion" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:InstrumentID
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#InstrumentID
Type spase:InstrumentID
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Source
<xsd:element name="InstrumentID" type="spase:InstrumentID" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:MeasurementType
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#MeasurementType
Type spase:MeasurementType
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 1
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration ActivityIndex
An indication, derived from one or more measurements, of the level of activity of an object or region, such as sunspot number, F10.7 flux, Dst, or the Polar Cap Indices.
enumeration ChargedParticleFlux
Measurements of fluxes of charged or ionized particles at above thermal energies, including relativistic particles of solar and galactic origin. May give simple fluxes, but more complete distributions are sometimes possible. Composition measurements may also be made.
enumeration Dopplergram
A map or image depicting the spatial distribution of line-of-sight velocities of the observed object.
enumeration ElectricField
Measurements of electric field vectors (sometimes not all components) as a time series.
enumeration EnergeticParticles
Pieces of matter that are moving very fast. Energetic particles include protons, electrons, neutrons, neutrinos, the nuclei of atoms, and other sub-atomic particles.
enumeration Ephemeris
The spatial coordinates of a body as a function of time. When used as an Instrument Type it represents the process or methods used to generate spatial coordinates.
enumeration ImageIntensity
Measurements of the two-dimensional distribution of the intensity of photons from some region or object such as the Sun or the polar auroral regions; can be in any wavelength band, and polarized, etc.
enumeration InstrumentStatus
A quantity directly related to the operation or function of an instrument.
enumeration IonComposition
In situ measurements of the relative flux or density of electrically charged particles in the space environment. May give simple fluxes, but full distribution functions are sometimes measured.
enumeration Irradiance
A radiometric term for the power of electromagnetic radiation at a surface, per unit area. Irradiance is used when the electromagnetic radiation is incident on the surface. The SI unit of irradiance is watts per square meter (W7m-2).
enumeration MagneticField
Measurements of magnetic field vectors (sometimes not all components) as time series; can be space- or ground-based. Also, [Zeeman splitting, etc. based]: A region of space near a magnetized body where magnetic forces can be detected [as measured by methods such as Zeeman splitting, etc.]
enumeration Magnetogram
Measurements of the vector or line-of-sight magnetic field determined from remote sensing measurements of the detailed structure of spectral lines, including their splitting and polarization. (Magnetogram.)
enumeration NeutralAtomImages
Measurements of neutral atom fluxes as a function of look direction; often related to remote energetic charged particles that lose their charge through charge-exchange and then reach the detector on a line.
enumeration NeutralGas
Measurements of neutral atomic and molecular components of a gas.
enumeration Profile
Measurements of a quantity as a function of height above an object such as the limb of a body.
enumeration Radiance
A radiometric measurement that describe the amount of electromagnetic radiation that passes through or is emitted from a particular area, and falls within a given solid angle in a specified direction. They are used to characterize both emission from diffuse sources and reflection from diffuse surfaces. The SI unit of radiance is watts per steradian per square meter (W7sr-17m-2).
enumeration RadioSoundings
Measurements of plasma density, magnetic field and possibly other parameters of the space environment by active probing of the plasma by radio waves.
enumeration RadioandPlasmaWaves
Measurements of electric and/or magnetic fields using electric or magnetic antennas at frequencies anywhere between the spacecraft spin frequency and the characteristic frequencies of the ambient plasma.  The output can be waveform, power spectral density, or other statistical parameters.
enumeration Spectrum
Measurements of the intensity of radiation as a function of frequency or wavelength.
enumeration ThermalPlasma
Measurements of the plasma in the energy regime where the most of the plasma occurs.  May be the basic fluxes in the form of distribution functions or the derived bulk parameters (density, flow velocity, etc.).
Source
<xsd:element name="MeasurementType" type="spase:MeasurementType" minOccurs="1" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:TemporalDescription
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_TimeSpan spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_Cadence spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription_Exposure spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#TemporalDescription
Type spase:TemporalDescription
Properties
content complex
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs 1
Model
Children spase:Cadence, spase:Exposure, spase:TimeSpan
Instance
<spase:TemporalDescription xmlns:spase="http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema">
  <spase:TimeSpan>{1,1}</spase:TimeSpan>
  <spase:Cadence>{0,1}</spase:Cadence>
  <spase:Exposure>{0,1}</spase:Exposure>
</spase:TemporalDescription>
Source
<xsd:element name="TemporalDescription" type="spase:TemporalDescription" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="1"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:SpectralRange
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#SpectralRange
Type spase:SpectralRange
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration CaK
A spectrum with a wavelength of range centered near 393.5 nm. VSO nickname: Ca-K image with range of 391.9 nm to 395.2 nm.
enumeration ExtremeUltraviolet
A spectrum with a wavelength range of 10.0 nm to 125.0nm. VSO nickname: EUV image with a range of of 10.0 nm to 125.0 nm
enumeration GammaRays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.00001 to 0.001 nm
enumeration Halpha
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 656.3 nm. VSO nickname: H-alpha image with a spectrum range of of 655.8 nm to 656.8 nm.
enumeration HardXrays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.001 to 0.1 nm
enumeration He10830
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 1082.9 nm. VSO nickname: He 10830 image with a range of 1082.5 nm to 1083.3 nm.
enumeration Infrared
Photons with a wavelength range: 760 to 1.00x10^6 nm
enumeration K7699
A spectrum with a wavelength range centerd at 769.9 nm. VSO nickname: K-7699 dopplergram with a range of 769.8 nm to 770.0 nm.
enumeration Microwave
Photons with a wavelength range: 1.00x10^6 to 1.50x10^7 nm
enumeration NaD
A spectrum with a wavelength range of centered at 589.3 nm. VSO nickname: Na-D image with a range of 588.8 nm to 589.8 nm.
enumeration Ni6768
A spectrum with a wavelength range centered at 676.8 nm. VSO nickname: Ni-6768 dopplergram with a range of of 676.7 nm to 676.9 nm.
enumeration Optical
Photons with a wavelength range: 380 to 760 nm
enumeration RadioFrequency
Photons with a wavelength range: 100,000 to 1.00x10^11 nm
enumeration Ultraviolet
Photons with a wavelength range: 10 to 400 nm.
enumeration WhiteLight
Photons with a wavelength in the visible range for humans.
enumeration XRays
Photons with a wavelength range: 0.001 <= x < 10 nm
Source
<xsd:element name="SpectralRange" type="spase:SpectralRange" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded"/>
Element spase:NumericalData / spase:ObservedRegion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#Region
Type spase:Region
Properties
content simple
minOccurs 0
maxOccurs unbounded
Facets
enumeration Asteroid
A small extraterrestrial body consisting mostly of rock and metal that is in orbit around the sun.
enumeration Comet
A relatively small extraterrestrial body consisting of a frozen mass that travels around the sun in a highly elliptical orbit.
enumeration Earth
The third planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosheath
The region between the bow shock and the magnetopause, characterized by very turbulent plasma.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere
The region of space above the atmosphere or surface of the planet, and bounded by the magnetopause, that is under the direct influence of the planets magnetic field.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Magnetotail
The region on the night side of the body where the magnetic filed is stretched backwards by the force of the solar wind. For Earth, the magnetotail begins at a night-side radial distance of 10 Re (X > -10Re).
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Main
The region of the magnetosphere where the magnetic field lines are closed, but does not include the gaseous region gravitationally bound to the body.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.Polar
The region near the pole of a body. For a magnetosphere the polar region is the area where magnetic field lines are open and includes the aural zone.
enumeration Earth.Magnetosphere.RadiationBelt
The region within a magnetosphere where high-energy particles could potentially be trapped in a magnetic field.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface
The gaseous and possibly ionized environment of a body extending from the surface to some specified altitude.  For the Earth, this altitude is 2000 km.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Atmosphere
The neutral gases surrounding a body that extends from the surface and is bound to the body by virtue of the gravitational attraction.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.AuroralRegion
The region in the atmospheric where electrically-charged particles bombarding the upper atmosphere of a planet in the presence of a magnetic field produce an opitcal phenomenum.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.EquatorialRegion
A region centered on the equator and limited in latitude by approximately 23 degrees north and south of the equator.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere
The charged or ionized gases surrounding a body that are nominally bound to the body by virtue of the gravitational attraction..
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.DRegion
The layer of the ionosphere that exists approximately 50 to 95 km above the surface of the Earth.  One of several layers in the ionosphere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.ERegion
A layer of ionised gas occurring at 90-150km above the ground. One of several layers in the ionosphere. Also called the The Kennelly-Heaviside layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.FRegion
A layer that contains ionized gases at a height of around 150-800 km above sea level, placing it in the thermosphere. the F region has the highest concentration of free electrons and ions anywhere in the atmosphere. It may be thought of as comprising two layers, the F1-and F2-layers.  One of several layers in the ionosphere. Also known as the Appleton layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Ionosphere.Topside
The region at the upper most areas of the ionosphere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Mesosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the Stratosphere to a range of 80 km to 85 km, temperature decreasing with height.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Plasmasphere
A region of the magnetosphere consisting of low energy (cool) plasma. It is located above the ionosphere. The outer boundary of the plasmasphere is known as the plasmapause, which is defined by an order of magnitude drop in plasma density.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.PolarCap
The areas of the globe surrounding the poles and consisting of the region north of 60 degrees north latitude an the region south of 60 degrees south latitude.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.SouthAtlanticAnomalyRegion
The region where Earths inner van Allen radiation belt makes its closest approach to the planets surface. The result is that, for a given altitude, the radiation intensity is higher over this region than elsewhere.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Stratosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the troposphere to about 30 km, temperature increases with height. The stratosphere contains the ozone layer.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Thermosphere
The layer of the atmosphere that extends from the Mesosphere to 640+ km, temperature increasing with height.
enumeration Earth.NearSurface.Troposphere
The lowest layer of the atmosphere which begins at the surface and extends to between 7 km (4.4 mi) at the poles and 17 km (10.6 mi) at the equator, with some variation due to weather factors.
enumeration Earth.Surface
The outermost area of a solid object.
enumeration Heliosphere
The solar atmosphere extending roughly from the outer corona to the edge of the solar plasma at the heliopause separating primarily solar plasma from interstellar plasma.
enumeration Heliosphere.Inner
The region of the heliosphere extending radially out from the surface of the Sun to 1 AU.
enumeration Heliosphere.NearEarth
The heliospheric region near the Earth which extends to and includes the area near the L1 and L2 Lagrange point.
enumeration Heliosphere.Outer
The region of the heliosphere from, but not including, 1 AU to the farthest extent of the heliosphere (heliopause).
enumeration Heliosphere.Remote1AU
The heliospheric region near the Earths orbit, but exclusive of the region near the Earth.
enumeration Jupiter
The fifth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Mars
The forth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Mercury
The first planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Neptune
The seventh planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Pluto
The ninth (sub)planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Saturn
The sixth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Sun
The star upon which our solar system is centered.
enumeration Sun.Chromosphere
The region of the Suns (or a stars) atmosphere above the temperature minimum and below the Transition Region.  The solar chromosphere is approximately 400 km to 2100 km above the photosphere, and characterized by temperatures from 4500 - 28000 K.
enumeration Sun.Corona
The outermost atmospheric region of the Sun or a star, characterized by ionization temperatures above 10^5 K.  The solar corona starts at about 2100 km above the photosphere; there is no generally defined upper limit.
enumeration Sun.Interior
The region inside the body which is not visible from outside the body.
enumeration Sun.Photosphere
The atmospheric layer of the Sun or a star from which continuum radiation, especially optical, is emitted to space.  For the Sun, the photosphere is about 500 km thick.
enumeration Sun.TransitionRegion
A very narrow (<100 km) layer between the chromosphere and the corona where the temperature rises abruptly from about 8000 to about 500,000 K.
enumeration Uranus
The eigth planet from the sun in our solar system.
enumeration Venus
The second planet from the sun in our solar system.
Source
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Diagram
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Properties
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Source
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
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Properties
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Diagram
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
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Properties
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Diagram
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Properties
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Diagram
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Element spase:PhysicalParameter / spase:UnitsConversion
Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#UnitsConversion
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Properties
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Model
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Instance
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Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#CoordinateRepresentation
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Properties
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Facets
enumeration Cartesian
A coordinate system in which the position of a point is determined by its distance from two or three mutually perpendicular axes.
enumeration Cylindrical
A system of curvilinear coordinates in which the position of a point in space is determined by its perpendicular distance from a given line, its distance from a selected reference plane perpendicular to this line, and its angular distance from a selected reference line when projected onto this plane.
enumeration Spherical
A system of curvilinear coordinates characterized by an azimuthal angle (longitude),  a polar angle (latitude), and a distance (radius) from a point to the origin.
Source
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#CoordinateSystemName
Type spase:CoordinateSystemName
Properties
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Facets
enumeration CGM
Corrected Geomagnetic - A coordinate system from a spatial point with GEO radial distance and geomagnetic latitude and longitude, follow the epoch-appropriate IGRF/DGRF model field vector through to the point where the field line crosses the geomagnetic dipole equatorial plane. Then trace the dipole magnetic field vector Earthward from that point on the equatorial plane, in the same hemisphere as the original point, until the initial radial distance is reached. Designate the dipole latitude and longitude at that point as the CGM latitude and longitude of the original point. See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/cgm/cgmm_des.html>
enumeration Carrington
A coordinate system which is centered at the Sun and is fixed with repsect to the synodic rotation rate; the mean synodic value is about 27.2753 days. The Astronomical Almanac gives a value for Carrington longitude of 349.03 degrees at 0000 UT on 1 January 1995.
enumeration DM
Dipole Meridian - A coordinate system centered at the observation point. Z axis is parallel to the Earths dipole axis, positive northward. X is in the plane defined by Z and the line linking the observation point with the Earths center. Y is positive eastward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration GEI
Geocentric Equatorial Inertial - A coordinate system where the Z axis is along Earths spin vector, positive northward. X axis points towards the first point of Aries (from the Earth towards the Sun at the vernal equinox). See Russell, 1971
enumeration GEO
Geographic - geocentric corotating - A coordinate system where the Z axis is along Earths spin vector, positive northward. X axis lies in Greenwich meridian, positive towards Greenwich. See Russell, 1971.
enumeration GSE
Geocentric Solar Ecliptic - A coordinate system where the X axis is from Earth to Sun. Z axis is normal to the ecliptic, positive northward. See Russell, 1971.
enumeration GSEQ
Geocentric Solar Equatorial - A coordinate system where the X axis is from Earth to Sun. Y axis is parallel to solar equatorial plane. Z axis is positive northward. See Russell, 1971
enumeration GSM
Geocentric Solar Magnetospheric - A coordinate system where the X axis is from Earth to Sun, Z axis is northward in a plane containing the X axis and the geomagnetic dipole axis. See Russell, 1971
enumeration HAE
Heliocentric Aries Ecliptic - A coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic plane, positive northward. X axis is positive towards the first point of Aries (from Earth to Sun at vernal equinox). Same as SE below. See Hapgood, 1992.
enumeration HCI
Heliographic Carrington Inertial.
enumeration HEE
Heliocentric Earth Ecliptic - A coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic plane, positive northward. X axis points from Sun to Earth. See Hapgood, 1992
enumeration HEEQ
Heliocentric Earth Equatorial - A coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the solar equatorial plane, positive northward. X axis is generally Earthward in the plane defined by the Z axis and the Sun-Earth direction. See Hapgood, 1992.
enumeration HG
Heliographic - A heliocentric rotating coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the solar equatorial plane, positive northward. X, Y axes rotate with a 25.38 day period. The zero longitude (X axis) is defined as the longitude that passed through the ascending node of the solar equator on the ecliptic plane on 1 January, 1854 at 12 UT. See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration HGI
Heliographic Inertial - A heliocentric coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the solar equatorial plane, positive northward. X axis is along the intersection line between solar equatorial and ecliptic planes. The X axis was positive at SE longitude of 74.367 deg on Jan 1, 1900. (See SE below.) See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration J2000
An astronomical coordinate system which uses the mean equator and equinox of Julian date 2451545.0 TT (Terrestrial Time), or January 1, 2000, noon TT. (aka J2000) to define a celestial reference frame.
enumeration LGM
Local Geomagnetic - A coordinate system used mainly for Earth surface or near Earth surface magnetic field data. X axis northward from observation point in a geographic meridian. Z axis downward towards Earths center. In this system, H (total horizontal component) = SQRT (Bx**2 + By**2) and D (declination angle) = arctan (By/Bx)
enumeration MAG
Geomagnetic - geocentric. Z axis is parallel to the geomagnetic dipole axis, positive north. X is in the plane defined by the Z axis and the Earths rotation axis. If N is a unit vector from the Earths center to the north geographic pole, the signs of the X and Y axes are given by Y = N x Z, X = Y x Z.. See Russell, 1971, and <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration MFA
Magnetic Field Aligned - A coordinate system spacecraft-centered system with Z in the direction of the ambient magnetic field vector. X is in the plane defined by Z and the spacecraft-Sun line, positive sunward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration RTN
Radial Tangential Normal. Typically centered at a spacecraft. Used for IMF and plasma V vectors. R (radial) axis is radially away from the Sun, T (tangential) axis is normal to the plane formed by R and the Suns spin vector, positive in the direction of planetary motion. N (normal) is R x T.
enumeration SC
Spacecraft - A coordinate system defined by the spacecraft geometry and/or spin. Often has Z axis parallel to spacecraft spin vector. X and Y axes may or may not corotate with the spacecraft. See SR and SR2 below.
enumeration SE
Solar Ecliptic - A heliocentric coordinate system where the Z axis is normal to the ecliptic plane, positive northward. X axis is positive towards the first point of Aries (from Earth to Sun at vernal equinox). Same as HAE above. See <http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/space/helios/coor_des.html>
enumeration SM
Solar Magnetic - A geocentric coordinate system where the Z axis is northward along Earths dipole axis, X axis is in plane of z axis and Earth-Sun line, positive sunward. See Russell, 1971.
enumeration SR
Spin Reference - A special case of a Spacecraft (SC) coordinate system for a spinning spacecraft. Z is parallel to the spacecraft spin vector. X and Y rotate with the spacecraft. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration SR2
Spin Reference 2 - A special case of a Spacecraft (SC) coordinate system for a spinning spacecraft. Z is parallel to the spacecraft spin vector. X is in the plane defined by Z and the spacecraft-Sun line, positive sunward. See <http://cdpp.cnes.fr/00428.pdf>
enumeration SSE
Spacecraft Solar Ecliptic - A coordinate system used for deep space spacecraft, for example Helios. - X axis from spacecraft to Sun. Z axis normal to ecliptic plane, positive northward. Note: Angle between normals to ecliptic and to Helios orbit plane ~ 0.25 deg.
enumeration SpacecraftOrbitPlane
A coordinate system where X lies in the orbit plane normal to and in the direction of motion of the spacecraft, Z in normal to the orbit plane and Y completes the triad in a right-handed coordinate system.
enumeration WGS84
The World Geodetic System (WGS) defines a reference frame for the earth, for use in geodesy and navigation. The WGS84 uses the zero meridian as defined by the Bureau International de lHeure.
Source
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
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Properties
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Instance
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Namespace http://www.spase-group.org/data/schema
Diagram
Diagram spase-1_2_1_xsd.tmp#StructureType
Type spase:StructureType
Properties
content simple
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Facets
enumeration Array
A sequence of values corresponding to the elements in a rectilinear, n-dimension matrix. Each value can be referenced by a unique index.
enumeration Scalar
A quantity that is completely specified by its magnitude and has no direction.
enumeration Tensor
A generalized linear quantity or geometrical entity that can be expressed as a multi-dimensional array relative to a choice of basis of the particular space on which it is defined.
enumeration Vector
A set of parameter values each along some independent variable (e.g., compone