[Volute] r5281 - trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc

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Wed Dec 12 23:15:58 CET 2018


Author: mdittmar
Date: Wed Dec 12 23:15:58 2018
New Revision: 5281

Log:
reduce font size of Vocabularies

Modified:
   trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefFrame.tex
   trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefPos.tex
   trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdTimeScale.tex
   trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/WD-Coords-1.0.pdf

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefFrame.tex
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--- trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefFrame.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:03:12 2018	(r5280)
+++ trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefFrame.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:15:58 2018	(r5281)
@@ -7,25 +7,32 @@
   We include here the initial Standard Reference Frame Vocabulary.  The formal list is stored and maintained as a controlled vocabulary external to this document at the URL listed above.  The URI for each term is built as <BaseURL>/<Vocabulary>/<Term>, where Term is one of:
 
   \paragraph{EQUATORIAL Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{ICRS}]:  International Celestial Reference System
     \item[\textbf{FK4}]:  Fundamental Katalog, system 4; Besselian. \newline Requires Equinox; default B1950.0.
     \item[\textbf{FK5}]:  Fundamental Katalog, system 5; Julian. \newline Requires Equinox; default J2000.0
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{ECLIPTIC Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{ECLIPTIC}]:  Ecliptic coordinates
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{GALACTIC Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{GALACTIC\_I}]:  Old Galactic coordinates
     \item[\textbf{GALACTIC\_II}]: "New" Galactic coordinates
     \item[\textbf{SUPER\_GALACTIC}]: Super-galactic coordinates \newline pole at GALACTIC\_II (47.37, +6.32); origin at GALACTIC\_II (137.37, 0)
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{GEOGRAPHIC Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{GEO\_C}]:  Geographic (geocentric) coordinates: longitude, latitude, geocentric distance.
     \item[\textbf{GEO\_D}]:  Geodetic coordinates: longitude, latitude, elevation \newline Semi-major axis and inverse flattening of the reference spheroid may need to be provided; default is IAU 1976 (6378140 m, 298.2577)
@@ -33,8 +40,10 @@
     \item[\textbf{GSE}]:  Geocentric Solar Ecliptic coordinates \newline See \citep{book:FandH}
     \item[\textbf{GSM}]:  Geocentric Solar Magnetic coordinates \newline See \citep{book:FandH}
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{SOLAR Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{SM}]:  Solar Magnetic coordinates \newline See \citep{book:FandH}
     \item[\textbf{HGC}]:  Heliographic coordinates (Carrington) \newline See \citep{book:Seidelmann1}, Section 7.2; \citep{book:Thompson}, Section 2.2
@@ -46,8 +55,10 @@
     \item[\textbf{HCC}]:  Heliocentric Cartesian coordinates \newline See \citep{book:Thompson}, Section 3.1, (linear coordinates); right handed.
     \item[\textbf{HGI}]:  Heliographic Inertial coordinates \newline See \citep{book:FandH}
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{PLANETARY Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{MERCURY\_C}]:  Planetocentric coordinates on Mercury \newline See \citep{book:Seidelmann1}, Section 7.4
     \item[\textbf{VENUS\_C}]:  Planetocentric coordinates on Venus \newline See \citep{book:Seidelmann1}, Section 7.4
@@ -68,10 +79,13 @@
     \item[\textbf{NEPTUNE\_G\_III}]:  Planetographic coordinates on Neptune, system III \newline See \citep{book:Seidelmann1}, Section 7.4
     \item[\textbf{PLUTO\_G}]:  Planetographic coordinates on Pluto \newline See \citep{book:Seidelmann1}, Section 7.4
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize
 
   \paragraph{OTHER Frames}
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{AZ\_EL}]:  Local azimuth and elevation. \newline Ground-based observations; Azimuth from North through East.
     \item[\textbf{BODY}]:  Generic "BODY" coordinates
     \item[\textbf{UNKNOWN}]:  Unknown reference frame. \newline Only to be used as a last resort or for simulations. The client is responsible for assigning a suitable default.
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefPos.tex
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--- trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefPos.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:03:12 2018	(r5280)
+++ trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdRefPos.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:15:58 2018	(r5281)
@@ -6,6 +6,7 @@
 
   We include here the initial Standard Reference Position Vocabulary.  The formal list is stored and maintained as a controlled vocabulary external to this document at the URL listed above.  The URI for each term is built as <BaseURL>/<Vocabulary>/<Term>, where Term is one of:
 
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{TOPOCENTER}]: "Local"; in most cases this will mean: The location of the telescope.
     \item[\textbf{BARYCENTER}]: Center of the solar system barycenter
@@ -29,3 +30,4 @@
     \item[\textbf{LSRD}]: Dynamic Local Standard of Rest: 16.6 km s-1 in the direction of GALACTIC\_II(53, +25). \newline Only to be used for Redshifts and Doppler Velocities.
     \item[\textbf{UNKNOWN}]: Unknown reference position. \newline Only to be used as a last resort. The client is responsible for assigning a suitable default.
   \end{itemize}
+  \normalsize

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdTimeScale.tex
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--- trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdTimeScale.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:03:12 2018	(r5280)
+++ trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/StdTimeScale.tex	Wed Dec 12 23:15:58 2018	(r5281)
@@ -6,6 +6,7 @@
 
   We include here the initial Standard Time Scale Vocabulary.  The formal list is stored and maintained as a controlled vocabulary external to this document at the URL listed above.  The URI for each term is built as <BaseURL>/<Vocabulary>/<Term>, where Term is one of:
 
+  \small
   \begin{itemize}
     \item[\textbf{TT}]:  Terrestrial Time
     \item[\textbf{TDT}]:  Terrestrial Dynamic Time; synonym for TT.
@@ -21,5 +22,5 @@
     \item[\textbf{LST}]:  Local Siderial Time \newline Ground based observations only.
     \item[\textbf{LOCAL}]:  'Local' time. \newline Only to be used for simulations, in conjunction with RELOCATABLE spatial coordinates.
   \end{itemize}
-
+  \normalsize
 

Modified: trunk/projects/dm/STC/Coords/doc/WD-Coords-1.0.pdf
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