pixel_scale_y in Perspective

Name: pixel_scale_yVersion Id:
Description: The pixel_scale_x and pixel_scale_y attributes indicate the image array pixel scale (pixel/degree or pixel/distance) relative to the Cartesian (x,y) coordinate system as defined by the map projection. Due to varying properties across different map projections, actual surface distances for an individual pixel may be accurate only at specific location(s) within the image array (e.g. reference latitude or longitude, standard parallels, etc). For most PDS products, x and y scale values are equal ('square' pixels). The inclusion of both x and y attributes allows for anticipated products where scale may differ for each axis ('rectangular' pixels). NOTE1: For presentation of hard-copy maps, a map scale is traditionally expressed as a 'representative fraction' (the ratio of a hard-copy map to the actual subject surface (e.g. 1:250,000, where one unit of measure on the map equals 250,000 of the same unit on the body surface)). This usage is relevant when map/data are presented on hard-copy media (paper, computer screen,etc). When defining pixel scale within a stored image/array context here, we are expressing a ratio between the image array and the actual surface (thus, pixel/degree or pixel/distance units). NOTE2: Definition of this PDS4 attribute differs from how 'scale' was defined within PDS3
Namespace Id: cartSteward: imgClass Name: PerspectiveType: ASCII_​Real
Minimum Value: 0.0Maximum Value: 1.7976931348623157e308Minimum Characters: NoneMaximum Characters: None
Unit of Measure Type: Units_of_Map_ScaleDefault Unit Id: NoneAttribute Concept: NoneConceptual Domain: REAL
Status: ActiveNillable: falsePattern: None
Permissible Value(s)No Values