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PROGRAM:

NAME


mHdr - Connect to the IRSA service to create a header template

SYNOPSIS


mHdr [-s system] [-e equinox] [-h height] [-p pixsize] [-r rotation] object|location width
outfile

DESCRIPTION


Connects to the IRSA service HdrTemplate to create a header template based on a location,
size, resolution and rotation.

OPTIONS


-s system

Specify a coordinate system. Can be one of:

"equatorial" or "eq" (default)
"ecliptic" or "ec"
"galactic" or "ga"
"supergalactic" or "sgal"

-e equinox

Specify an equinox. Default is 2000.0

-h height
Height (y-axis) of area in degrees. Default is equal to width

-p pixsize
Size of a pixel (in arcsec); default is 1

-r rotation
Rotation of image; default is 0

ARGUMENTS


object|location
Object string or coordinate location; should be in quotes if there are any spaces
or special characters.

width Width (x-axis) of area

outfile
Path to output header template

RESULT


[struct stat="OK", count=header-lines]

MESSAGES


OK [struct stat="OK", count=header-lines]

ERROR Can't open output file outfile

ERROR location parameter required

ERROR width parameter required

ERROR Invalid object/coordinates

ERROR Couldn't find host irsa.ipac.caltech.edu

ERROR Couldn't create socket

ERROR irsa.ipac.caltech.edu: connect failed

EXAMPLES


If a user wants to create a mosaic centered on m31, 1 degree on each side, the first step
is to create a header template that describes the desired mosaic:

mHdr "10.68469 +41.26904" 1 m31.hdr
[struct stat="OK", count=16]

Now m31.hdr can be used by other Montage modules to generate a mosaic.

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