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ResourceField NameData TypeWidget TypeDefault ValueRangeAccessDescriptionUnitsField CouplingsRequirements
Interfaces
Additional Tests
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AcceptFilterFileNamesString ArrayN/A{All}valid file name, 'All', or 'From_AddTrackingConfig'SetList of file names (a subset of the relevant TrackingFileSet's FileName field) containing the tracking data. This field can use to filter data in TrackingFileSet only.

If this field equals From_AddTrackingConfig, then two things happen; (1) All of the files in the relevant TrackFileSet are used as a starting point, and (2) Of the data in all of the files, only the data defined by the AddTrackingConfig field of the relevant TrackingFileSet are used.
N/ANoneFRR-48.2.7S
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AcceptFilterDataTypesString ArrayN/A{All}Range, DSN_SeqRange, RangeRate, DSN_TCP, GPS_PosVec, or AllSetList of data types. This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/ADataThinFRR-48.2.3. It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterRecordNumbersString ArrayN/A{All}A list of all valid range of record numberSetThis field can use to filter data based on picked record numbers. This field can use to filter data in BatchEstimatorInv only.N/AIt needs to requirement here.S
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AcceptFilterEpochFormatStringN/ATAIModJulianUTCGregorian, UTCModJulian, TAIGregorian, TAIModJulian, TTGregorian, TTModJulian A1Gregorian, A1ModJulian, TDBGregorian, TDBModJulianSetAllows user to select format of the epoch. This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/AInitialEpoch, FinalEpochFRR-48.2.4. It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterInitialEpochStringN/Aearliest day defined in GMATuser-defined initial epochSetInitial epoch of desired data. This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/AEpochFormatFRR-48.2.4. It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterFinalEpochStringN/Alatest day defined in GMATuser-defined final epochSetFinal epoch of desired data. This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/AEpochFormatFRR-48.2.4. It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterThinModeStringN/AFrequency"Frequency" or "Time"Set"Frequency" for record count frequency mode and "Time" for time window frequency mode. This field can use to fill data in TrackingFileSet only.N/AIt works associated with EpochFormat, InitialEpoch, and FinalEpochFRR-48.2.5, FRR-48.2.6S
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AcceptFilterObservedObjectsObject ArrayN/A{All}User defined observed object or 'All'SetList of user-created tracked objects (e.g., name of the Spacecraft resource being tracked). This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/ANoneFRR-48.2.1. It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterTrackersObject ArrayN/A{All}any valid user-created Tracker object (e.g., GroundStation) or 'All'SetList of user-created trackers (e.g., name of the Ground Station being used). This field can use to filter data in both TrackingFileSet and BatchEstimatorInv.N/ANoneFRR-48.2.2 It needs to add requirements for BatchEstimatorInv.S
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AcceptFilterThinningFrequencyIntegerN/A1Positive integerSetIf ThinMode is Frequency, the integer 'n' is used to specify that every nth data point should be accepted. For example, 3 specifies that every third data point, meeting all the accept criteria, should be accepted and 1 specifies that every data point, meeting all the accept criteria, should be accepted. If ThinMode is Time, the integer 'n' is a number of seconds between accepted observations, using the first available observation as the anchor epoch. For example, a value of 300 means that observations will be accepted every 300 seconds, starting from the first available observation. This field can use to fill data in TrackingFileSet only.N/A or secondsIt works associated with EpochFormat, InitialEpoch, and FinalEpochFRR-48.2.5, FRR-48.2.6S
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AntennaNo fields
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BarycenterBodyNamesStringListSelection ListEarth, LunaCelestial Body. You cannot add bodies to the built-in SolarySystemBarycenter object.SetThe list of celestial bodies included in the barycenter. A Celestial Body can only appear once in the BodyNames list.N/ANoneFRR-18.1G+SNone
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BarycenterOrbitColor
Integer Array or String
ColorPickerGoldAny color available from the Orbit Color Picker in GUI. Valid predefined color name or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255.SetAllows you to set available colors on user-defined Barycenter orbits. The barycenter orbits are
drawn using the OrbitView graphics resource. Colors on Barycenter object can be set
through a string or an integer array. For example: Setting a barycenter's orbit color to red can be done in the following
two ways: Barycenter.OrbitColor = Red or Barycenter.OrbitColor = [255 0 0]. This
field can be modified in the Mission Sequence as well.
N/AN/AFRR-18.3.0G+SNone
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BarycenterTargetColor
Integer Array or String
ColorPickerDarkGrayAny color available from the Orbit Color Picker in GUI. Valid predefined color name or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255.SetAllows you to select available colors for Barycenter object's perturbing orbital trajectories that are
drawn during iterative processes such as Differential Correction
or Optimization. The target color can be identified through a
string or an integer array. For example: Setting a barycenter's
perturbing trajectory color to yellow can be done in
following two ways: Barycenter.TargetColor =
Yellow or Barycenter.TargetColor = [255 255
0] . This field can be modified in the Mission Sequence
as well.
N/AN/AFRR-18.3.1G+SNone
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BatchEstimatorInv
ShowProgresstrue/falseN/Atruetrue or falseSetAllows detailed output of the batch estimator to be shown in the message windowNoneN/AFRR-22.2S
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BatchEstimatorInv
OLSEUseRMSPtrue/falseN/ATRUEtrue or falseSetSelect WRMS or WRMSP for OLSE sigma editingNoneN/AFRR-22.1.11
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BatchEstimatorInv
ResetBestRMSIfDivergingtrue/falseN/Afalse
true or falseSetIf set true and the estimation process has diverged, then the Best RMS is reset to the current RMS. NoneN/AFRR-22.1.5.5S
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BatchEstimatorInv
UseInitialCovariance
true/falseN/Afalse
true or falseSetIf set true, a-priori error covariance term is added to the estimation cost function.NoneN/AFRR-22.1.1S
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BatchEstimatorInv
UseInnerLoopEditingtrue/falseN/AFALSETrue or FalseSetIf set true, enables an iterated residual editing procedure to edit measurements predicted to be sigma edited in future iterationsN/ANoneFRR-22.1.13S
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BatchEstimatorInv
DataFiltersStringArrayN/A{}
a list of user-defined AcceptFilter or RejectFilter resourceSetDefines filters to be applied to the data. One or more filters of either type may be specified. Every observation data filtered by a filter will not been used for estimation calculation but their data still shown up in estimation report file.N/ANoneFRR-22.1.10S
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BatchEstimatorInv
ReportStyleStringN/ANormalNormal, Concise, Verbose, DebugSetSpecifies the type of estimation report. The Normal style excludes reporting of observation TAI, partials, and frequency information.NoneN/AFRR-22.1.8.2S
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BatchEstimatorInv
ReportFileStringN/A''BatchEstimatorInv' + instancename + '.data'string containing a valid file nameSetspecifies the name of estimation report fileNoneN/AFRR-22.1.8.1S
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BatchEstimatorInv
InverseAlgorithmStringN/AInternalInternal,Cholesky, SchurSetAlgorithm used to invert the normal equationsNoneN/AFRR-22.1.7S
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BatchEstimatorInv
EstimationEpochFormatStringN/A'FromParticipants''FromParticipants'SetSpecify time format used for EstimationEpoch. When it is set to 'FromParticipants', Time format is the format set to Spacecraft.EpochFormat NoneSpacecraft.EpochFormatFRR-22.1.6S
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BatchEstimatorInv
EstimationEpochStringN/A'FromParticipants''FromParticipants'SetSpecify time at which estimation state is calculated. When it is set to 'FromParticipants', time for estimation is the value of Spacecraft.Epoch.NoneSpacecraft.EpochFRR-22.1.6S
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BatchEstimatorInv
MatlabFileStringN/ANoneAny valid file nameSetFile name for the output MATLAB file. A value of None means that no MATLAB file will be output.N/AFRR-22.4
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BatchEstimatorInv
AbsoluteTolRealN/A0.001Real > 0.SetAbsolute Weighted RMS convergence criteria toleranceNoneN/AFRR-22.1.5.2S
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BatchEstimatorInv
RelativeTolRealN/A0.0001Real > 0.SetRelative Weighted RMS convergence criteria toleranceNoneN/AFRR-22.1.5.1S
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BatchEstimatorInv
OLSEMultiplicativeConstantRealN/A3.0Real > 0.0SetMultiplicative constant used for outer loop sigma editing (OLSE). NoneN/AFRR-22.1.2.1S
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BatchEstimatorInv
OLSEAdditiveConstantRealN/A0.0any real numberSetAdditive constant used for outer loop sigma editing (OLSE). NoneN/AFRR-22.1.2.2S
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BatchEstimatorInv
OLSEInitialRMSSigmaRealN/A3000.0Real > 0.0SetInitial predicted root-mean-square value used for outer loop sigma editing (OLSE)NoneN/AFRR-22.1.2.3S
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BatchEstimatorInv
ILSEMultiplicativeConstantRealN/A3Real > 0.0SetMultiplicative constant used for inner loop sigma editing (ILSE)N/ANoneFRR-22.1.13.1S
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BatchEstimatorInv
ShowAllResidualsOn/OffN/AOnOn or OffSetAllows residuals plots to be shownNoneN/AFRR-22.1.9S
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BatchEstimatorInv
MeasurementsObjectArrayN/Aempty listvalid TrackingFileSet objectSetSpecifies a list of measurements used for batch estimationNoneN/AFRR-22.1.4S
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BatchEstimatorInv
PropagatorObjectN/ANULLvalid propagator objectSetSpecifies propagator object iused for batch estimationNoneN/AFRR-22.1.3S
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BatchEstimatorInv
MaximumIterationsIntegerN/A15any positive integerSetSpecifies maximum number of iterations allowed for batch estimationNoneN/AFRR-22.1.5.3S
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BatchEstimatorInv
MaxConsecutiveDivergences
IntegerN/A3any positive integerSetSpecifies maximum number of consecutive diverging iterations allowed before batch estimation processing is stoppedNoneN/AFRR-22.1.5.4S
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BatchEstimatorInv
FreezeIterationIntegerN/ASetSelected iteration at which to begin editing freeze. GMAT is prevented from performing additional observation editing on this and subsequent iterations.N/ANoneFRR-22.1.12
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BatchEstimatorInv
ILSEMaximumIterationsIntegerN/A15any positive integerSetSpecifies maximum number of iterations allowed for the inner loop sigma editor (ILSE)N/ANoneFRR-22.1.13.2S
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BatchEstimatorInv
FreezeMeasurementEditingBoolean_TypeN/Afalse
True or FalseSetFreeze batch estimator observation editing. If invoked, subsequent iterations will be prevented from editing additional data.N/ANoneFRR-22.1.12
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CelestialBodyCentralBody UserDefStringDrop Down MenuFor Comet, Planet, Asteroid, the default is Sun. For Moon, the default is Earth.Celestial Body. SetThe central body of the celestial body. The central body field is used primarily by the GUI.N/ANoneFRR-16.8.10G+SNone
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CelestialBodyFrameSpiceKernelNameStringArrayListLuna: {'..\data\planetary_coeff\moon_080317.tf'}Valid SPICE FK kernelSetList of SPICE FK files to load for this body. Used to define celestial body properties for use with ContactLocator and EclipseLocator.N/ANoneG+SNone
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CelestialBodyPlanetarySpiceKernelNameStringArrayListEarth: {'..\data\planetary_coeff\earth_070425_370426_predict.bpc', '..\data\planetary_coeff\earth_720101_070426.bpc', '..\data\planetary_coeff\earth_000101_151228_151006.bpc'}
Luna: {'..\data\planetary_coeff\moon_pa_de421_1900-2050.bpc'}
Valid SPICE PCK kernelSetList of SPICE PCK files to load for this body. Used to define celestial body properties for use with ContactLocator and EclipseLocator.N/ANoneG+SNone
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CelestialBodyOrbitSpiceKernelNameStringArrayListN/AValid SPK kernelSetList of SPK kernels.N/ANoneFRR-16.6.1
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CelestialBodySpiceFrameIdStringText boxEarth: ITRF93
Luna: MOON_PA
Others: IAU_BODYNAME
StringSetSPICE id of body-fixed frame.N/ANoneG+SNone
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CelestialBodyOrientationEpoch StringText box21545.06116.0 <= Epoch <= 58127.5SetThe reference epoch for orientation dataA1 Mod Julian EpochRotationConstant, RotationRate, SpinAxisDECConstant, SpinAxisDECRate, SpinAxisRAConstant, SpinAxisRARate FRR-16.7.7G+SNone
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CelestialBodyPosVelSource StringDrop Down Menu''DE405' for build in bodies. 'SPICE' for user defined bodies.SPICE'SetThe model for the bodies orbit ephemeredes.GMAT currently only supports a single ephemeris model for custom bodies (SPICE) and this is set using PosVelSource field. The default for PosVelSource is SPICE and it is not necessary to configure this field in the current version of GMAT. This field has no effect for built-in bodies.N/ANoneFRR-16.3.0G+SNone
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CelestialBodyRotationDataSource StringDrop Down MenuFor Earth default is 'FK5IAU1980', for Luna default is DE405, for selected build it bodies IAU2000, and for selected built in bodies and all user defined bodies, default is IAUSimplified.'IAUSimplified', 'DE405' 'FK5IAU1980', 'IAU2000'SetThe model for the body's time dependent orientation.N/ACoupling is based on body. See Default description.FRR-16.4.0G+SNone
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CelestialBodyEquatorialRadius RealText Box6378.1363Real > 0.SetThe body's equatorial radius.kmNoneFRR-16.2.2G+SNone
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CelestialBodyFlattening RealText Box0.0033527Real >= 0SetThe body's polar flattening.N/ANoneFRR-16.2.3G+SNone
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CelestialBodyMu RealText Box398600.4415Real > 0.SetThe body's gravitational parameter.km^3/s^2NoneFRR-16.2.1G+SNone
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CelestialBodyNutationUpdateInterval RealText box60Real >=0SetThe interval between updates for Earth nutation matrix. If NutationUpdateInterval = 3600, then GMAT only updated nutation on an hourly basis.sec.NoneFRR-16.2.7G+S
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CelestialBodyRotationConstant RealText box190.147RealSetThe body's spin angle at the orientation epoch.degOrientationEpoch FRR-16.7.5G+SNone
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CelestialBodyRotationRate RealText box360.9856235RealSetThe body's spin rate.deg/dayNoneFRR-16.7.6G+SNone
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CelestialBodySpinAxisDECConstant RealText box90RealSetThe declination of the body's spin axis at the orientation epoch.degOrientationEpoch FRR-16.7.3G+SNone
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CelestialBodySpinAxisDECRate RealText box -0.5570RealSetThe rate of change of the body's declination.deg/centuryNoneFRR-16.7.1G+SNone
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CelestialBodySpinAxisRAConstant RealText box -0.641RealSetThe right ascension of the body's spin axis at the orientation epoch.degOrientationEpoch G+SNone
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CelestialBodySpinAxisRARate RealText box-0.641RealSetThe rate of change of the body's right ascension.deg/centuryNoneFRR-16.7.2G+SNone
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CelestialBodyOrbitColor
Integer Array or String
ColorPickerOrchid for user-defined planet, Pink for user-defined Comet, Salmon for user-defined Asteriod, and Tan for user-defined MoonAny color available from the Target Color Picker in GUI. Valid predefined color name or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255.SetAllows you to set available colors on built-in or user-defined CelestialBody objects that are
drawn on the 3D OrbitView graphics displays. Colors on a CelestialBody object can be set
through a string or an integer array. For example: Setting a celestial body's orbit color to red can be done in the following
two ways: CelestialBody.OrbitColor = Red or Celestialbody.OrbitColor = [255 0 0]. This
field can be modified in the Mission Sequence as well.
N/AN/AG+SNone
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CelestialBodyTargetColor
Integer Array or String
ColorPickerDark gray for user-defined planet, Comet, Asteriod and MoonAny color available from the Target Color Picker in GUI. Valid predefined color name or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255.SetAllows you to select available colors for perturbing
CelestialBody orbital trajectories that are
drawn during iterative processes such as Differential Correction
or Optimization. The target color can be identified through a
string or an integer array. For example: Setting a celestial
body's perturbing trajectory color to yellow can be done in
following two ways: Celestialbody.TargetColor =
Yellow or Celestialbody.TargetColor = [255 255
0]. This field can be modified in the Mission Sequence
as well.
N/AN/AG+SNone
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CelestialBodyNAIFId IntegerText Box-123456789IntegerSetNAIF Integer ID for body.N/APosVelSourceG+SNone
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CelestialBodyEopFileNameFileNameN/A'Valid file typeSetFilename to specify EOP file for Earth. When not set, the file specified in the startup file is used. When set to empty string (the default), this field has no affect, and the file from the startup file is used. N/ANoneS
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CelestialBodyTextureMapFileName FileNameText box'../data/graphics/texture/GenericCelestialBody.jpg'Valid file of typeSetTexture map used in OrbitView graphics.N/ANoneFRR-16.2.4G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
OriginUserDefStringDrop Down MenuEarthCelestialBody, Spacecraft, LibrationPoint, Barycenter, SolarSystemBarycenter, GroundStationSetThe origin of the coordinate system.N/ANoneFRR-35.1.0G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
Axes StringDrop Down MenuMJ2000EqMJ2000Eq, MJ2000Ec, ICRF, ITRF, MODEq, MODEc, TODEq, TODEc, MOEEq, MOEEc, TOEEq, TOEEc, ObjectReferenced, Equator, BodyFixed, BodyInertial, GSE, GSM, Topocentric, BodySpinSunSetThe axes of the coordinate system.N/AEpoch, Primary, Secondary, XAxis, YAxis, ZAxisFRR-35.2.0G + SNone
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CoordinateSystem
EpochStringText Box21545See Epoch??SetThe reference epoch for the coordinate system. This field is only used for TOE amd MOE axis types.Modified Julian DateAxesFRR-35.2.3, FRR-35.2.4,
FRR-35.2.5, FRR-35.2.6
G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
PrimaryStringDrop Down MenuEarthCelestialBody, Spacecraft, LibrationPoint, Barycenter, SolarSystemBarycenter, GroundStationSetThe primary body for an ObjectReferenced axis system. This field is only use if Axes = ObjectReferenced.N/AAxesFRR-35.2.13G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
SecondaryStringDrop Down MenuLunaCelestialBody, Spacecraft, LibrationPoint, Barycenter, SolarSystemBarycenter, GroundStationSetThe secondary body for an ObjectReferenced axis system. This field is only use if Axes = ObjectReferenced.N/AAxesFRR-35.2.13G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
XAxisStringDrop Down MenuRR,V, N, -R, -V, -N, or emptySetThe x-axis definition for an ObjectReferenced axis system. This field is only use if Axes = ObjectReferenced.N/AAxesFRR-35.2.13G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
YAxisStringDrop Down MenuNo DefaultR,V, N, -R, -V, -N, or emptySetThe y-axis definition for an ObjectReferenced axis system. This field is only use if Axes = ObjectReferenced.N/AAxesFRR-35.2.13G+SNone
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CoordinateSystem
ZaxisStringDrop Down MenuNR,V, N, -R, -V, -N, or emptySetThe z-axis for an ObjectReferenced axis system. This field is only use if Axes = ObjectReferenced.N/AAxesFRR-35.2.13G+SNone
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DataFileSelectedStationIDsString ArrayN/Aempty listeach element in the list has to be a valid stationIDsset, getall data records with stationID is not in the list are throw away when GMAT read the data file. Special case: if the list is empty, all data records in data file are selected.N/AGroundStation's IDS
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DataFileFilenameStringN/AEmpty stringN/Aset, getit specifies name of data fileN/ANoneS
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DataFileFormatStringN/AGMATInternalGMATInternal, GMAT_OD, GMAT_ODDopler, GMAT_RampTableset, getit specifies data format of data fileN/ANoneS
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DataFileEpochFormatStringN/ATAIModJulian'all valid time typesetit specifies time format for time windowN/ADataFile's StartEpoch and EndEpochS
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DataFileStartEpochStringN/A'6116'String containing time in range from 6116 TAIMJD to 58127.5 TAIMJDsetit specifies start epoch for time windowN/ADataFile's EpochFormat and EndEpochS
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DataFileEndEpochStringN/A'58127.5'String containing time in range from 6116 TAIMJD to 58127.5 TAIMJDsetit specifies end epoch for time windowN/ADataFile's EpochFormat and StartEpochS
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DataFileDataThinningRatioRealN/A10 < number <= 1.0set, getit specifies ratio between number of picked records and total number of recordsno unitNoneS
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DifferentialCorrector
DerivativeMethodStringDrop Down MenuForwardDifferenceForwardDifference, BackwardDifference, CentralDifferenceSetThe DerivativeMethod field allows the user to choose between one-sided and central differencing for numerically determining the derivative.N/ANoneFRR-19.1.2.1-3G+SNone
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DifferentialCorrector
ReportStyleStringDrop Down MenuNormalNormal, Concise, Verbose, DebugSetThe ReportStyle field allows the user to control the amount and type of information written to the file defined in the ReportFile field. Currently, the Normal and Concise options contain the same information: the Jacobian, the inverse of the Jacobian, the current values of the control variables, and achieved and desired values of the constraints. Verbose contains values of the perturbation variables in addition to the data for Normal and Concise. Debug contains detailed script snippets at each iteration for objects that have control variables.N/ANoneFRR-19.3G+SNone
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DifferentialCorrector
ShowProgressStringCheckBoxtruetrue, falseSetWhen the ShowProgress field is set to true, then data illustrating the progress of the differential correction process are written to the message window and the ReportFile. The message window is updated with information on the current control variable values and the contraint variances.  When the ShowProgress field is set
to false, no information on the progress of the differential correction
process is displayed to the message window or written to the ReportFile.
N/ANoneFRR.19.2.1-3G+SNone
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DifferentialCorrector
MaximumIterationsIntegerText Box25Integer >= 1SetThe MaximumIterations field allows the user to set the maximum number of nominal passes the differential corrector is allowed to take during the attempt to find a solution. If the maximum iterations is reached, GMAT exits the target loop and continues to the next command in the mission
sequence. In this case, the objects retain their states as of the last nominal pass through the targeting loop.
N/ANoneFRR-19.1.1G+S-1
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DifferentialCorrector
ReportFileFileNameText BoxDifferentialCorrectorDCName.data, where DCname is the name of the differential correctorFilename consistent with OS SetThe ReportFile field allows the user to specify the path and file name for the differential correction report.  The report is only generated if ShowProgress is set to true.  N/ANoneFRR-19.3G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
TextColorString ArrayTextColorPickerBlackAny parameter name from the DynamicDataDisplay object and any color available from the TextColorPicker in the GUI, a valid predefined color name, or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255SetField to set the color of the text showing the chosen parameter value, the first entry in this array must be the parameter to change the text color of followed by the desired color, i.e. MyDynamicDataDisplay.TextColor = {ParamName, Color}.N/ANoneFRR-63.2G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
RowTextColorsString ArrayBlackAny parameter name from the DynamicDataDisplay object and any color available from the TextColorPicker in the GUI, a valid predefined color name, or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255SetField to set the colors of the text showing parameter values, the first entry in this array must be the row number desired entered as a string, i.e. MyDynamicDataDisplay.RowTextColors = {RowNum, Color1, Color2, ...}; The number of colors cannot exceed the number of parameters in the selected row.N/ANoneFRR-63.2SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
BackgroundColorString ArrayTextColorPickerWhiteAny parameter name from the DynamicDataDisplay object and any color available from the TextColorPicker in the GUI, a valid predefined color name, or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255SetField to set the background color of a selected parameter cell in the DynamicDataDisplay. Uses the same entry format as TextColor.N/ANoneFRR-63.2G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
WarnBoundsString ArrayTextBox[-inf, inf]Any parameter name from the DynamicDataDisplay object and any real numberSetField to set the warning bounds on a parameter, stepping outside these bounds will change the parameter value’s text to the set warning color. The first entry is the parameter to which these bounds will be applied to while the second is a real array, i.e. MyDynamicDataDisplay.WarnBounds = {ParamName, [LowerBound UpperBound]}. N/ANoneFRR-63.3, FRR-63.3.2G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
CritBoundsString ArrayTextBox[-inf, inf]Any parameter name from the DynamicDataDisplay object and any real numberSetField to set the critical bounds on a parameter, stepping outside these bounds will change the parameter value’s text to the set critical color. The first entry is the parameter to which these bounds will be applied to while the second is a real array, i.e. MyDynamicDataDisplay.CritBounds = {ParamName, [LowerBound UpperBound]}. The critical condition overrides the warning condition.N/ANoneFRR-63.3, FRR-63.3.1G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
AddParametersReference Array2x2 empty tableAny user-defined parameter except entire arraysSetField to set the parameters the desired row, the first entry in this array must be the row number desired. Ex. MyDynamicDataDisplay.AddParameters = {1, Sat.X, Array(2, 1)}; In the GUI, the “Select” button next to the “Name” text box takes the user to a parameter selection screen.N/ANoneFRR-63.1G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
SizeReal ArrayN/A[ 0 0 ]Any Real numberSetAllows the user to control the display size of the generated DynamicDataDisplay. First value in [0 0] matrix controls horizontal size and second value controls vertical size of the DynamicDataDisplay. This field cannot be modified in the Mission Sequence.N/ANoneSNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
UpperLeftReal ArrayN/A[ 0 0 ]Any Real numberSetAllows the user to pan the generated DynamicDataDisplay in any direction. First value in [0 0] matrix pans the DynamicDataDisplay horizontally and the second value pans the window vertically. This field cannot be modified during the Mission Sequence.N/ANoneSNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
WarnColor
Integer Array or String
TextColorPickerGoldenRodAny color available from the TextColorPicker in the GUI, a valid predefined, or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255SetField to set the text color that a parameter’s value will change to once it has stepped outside the defined warning boundsN/ANoneFRR-63.3.3G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
CritColor
Integer Array or String
TextColorPickerRedAny color available from the TextColorPicker in the GUI, a valid predefined, or RGB triplet value between 0 and 255SetField to set the text color that a parameter’s value will change to once it has stepped outside the defined critical boundsN/ANoneFRR-63.3.3G+SNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
RelativeZOrderIntegerN/A0Integer >= 0SetAllows the user to select which DynamicDataDisplay to display first on the screen. The DynamicDataDisplay with the lowest RelativeZOrder value will be displayed last while the DynamicDataDisplay with the highest RelativeZOrder will be displayed first. This field cannot be modified in the Mission Sequence.N/ANoneSNone
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DynamicDataDisplay
MaximizedBooleanN/Afalse true, falseSetAllows the user to maximize the DynamicDataDisplay window. This field cannot be modified in the Mission Sequence.N/ANoneSNone
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ElectricTankFuelMassRealText Box756Real number. Fuel mass is allowed to be negative, however Spacecraft Total Mass must be positive and this contrains how negative FuelMass can be.set,getThe mass of fuel in the tank.  kgAllowNegativeFuelMass.FRR-43.1
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ElectricThrusterThrustModelStringDrop Down MenuThrustMassPolynomialThrustMassPolynomial, ConstantThrustAndIsp,FixedEfficiencysetThe type of thruster model.N/AA Lot!
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ElectricThrusterMaximumUsablePowerRealText Box7.266Real > 0, Real > MinimumUsablePowersetThe maximum power the thruster can use to generate thrust. Power provided above MaximumUsablePower is not used in the thrust model.kWa lot!FRR-42.1
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ElectricThrusterMinimumUsablePowerRealText Box0.638Real > 0, Real > MinimumUsablePowersetThe minimum power the thruster can use to generate thrust. If power provided to thruster is below MinimumUsablePower, no thrust is generated. kWa lot!FRR-42.2.1,FRR-42.2.2,FRR-42.2.3
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