Programs ners_eopser generates the Earth orientation parameters time series
for the specified range of epochs with the specified step using the Network
Earth Rotation Service server and prints it in stdout.
Usage:
ners_eopser [-h] [-c config_file] -p param_name -b start date -e stop date
-s time_step [-v verbosity] [-r ]
-h prints this file and exits.
-c config_file name of the ners client configuration file.
If omitted, ners_eop will first search $HOME/.ners_config
and if it does not find, uses file share/ners.config
in ners installation directory.
-p param_name EOP parameter(s) to be displayed. Supported parameters:
euler three parameters:
Euler angle with respect to axis 1 (rad)
Euler angle with respect to axis 2 (rad)
Euler angle with respect to axis 3 (rad)
euler_r six parameters:
Euler angle with respect to axis 1 (rad)
Euler angle with respect to axis 2 (rad)
Euler angle with respect to axis 3 (rad)
First time derivative of the Euler angle with respect to axis 1 (rad/s)
First time derivative of the Euler angle with respect to axis 2 (rad/s)
First time derivative of the Euler angle with respect to axis 3 (rad/s)
heo three parameters:
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 1 (rad)
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 2 (rad)
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 3 (rad)
heo_r six parameters:
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 1 (rad)
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 2 (rad)
the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 3 (rad)
the first time derivative of the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 1 (rad/s)
the first time derivative of the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 2 (rad/s)
the first time derivative of the contribution of the residual harmonic variation with respect to axis 3 (rad/s)
polu three parameters:
x pole coordinate (rad)
y pole coordinate (rad)
ut1 angle (s)
poluz three parameters:
x pole coordinate (rad)
y pole coordinate (rad)
ut1 angle with the contribution of zonal tides removed (s)
polu_r six parameters:
x pole coordinate (rad)
y pole coordinate (rad)
ut1 angle (s)
rate of change of x pole coordinate (rad/s)
rate of change of y pole coordinate (rad/s)
rate of change of ut1 angle (s/s)
poluz_r six parameters:
x pole coordinate (rad)
y pole coordinate (rad)
ut1 angle with the contribution of zonal tides removed (s)
rate of change of x pole coordinate (rad/s)
rate of change of y pole coordinate (rad/s)
rate of change of ut1 angle with the contribution of zonal tides removed (s/s)
nut two parameters:
nutation in longitude (rad)
nutation in obliquity (rad)
ut1ctai Angle UT1 minus TAI (s)
-b date Start date of the EOP series on TAI time.
Format: YYYY.MM.DD-hh:mm:ss.sssssss
-e date End date of the EOP series on TAI time.
Format: YYYY.MM.DD-hh:mm:ss.sssssss
or
now -- the end epoch is the midnight of the current day
or
futureXXXd where XXX is an integer in a range of 1 to 90 --
the end epoch is the midnight of the current day plus
XXX days
Examples: now, future5d, future30d
-s step Step of the time series in s.
-v verb_level verbosity level.
0 -- silent
1 -- normal verbosity
2 -- verbose output
3 -- debugging mode
-r returns the time range for which the EOPs are available