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Set orbits -> index exceeds matrix dimensions

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  • #2521

    jaroslav
    Participant

    Hello!
    During setting orbits for stack of Sentinel-1 images I have encountered an error.
    I didn’t succeed to guess the reason myself, so I’ve decided to send an error logs.

    Jaroslav

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  • #2523

    Yuxiao
    Moderator

    Hello Jaroslav,

    It looks to me that one downloaded orbit is corrupted. Can you help me confirm that?

    You can go to ORBITS/S1A/2017/10/aux_resorb and paste the filenames here.

    If my inference is true, we will go from there.

    yuxiao

  • #2524

    jaroslav
    Participant

    Tenth directory was empty, however I suggest, that you kept in mind ninth one.
    There was only one file: S1A_OPER_AUX_RESORB_OPOD_20170925T091232_V20170925T040053_20170925T071823.EOF

    Jaroslav

    • #2525

      Yuxiao
      Moderator

      Could you please also check ORBITS/S1B/2017/10/aux_resorb ? (S1B)

      The log shows there’s something wrong with the orbit file in October. It is better we check it well.

      Thanks!

      yuxiao

    • #2527

      jaroslav
      Participant

      Sorry for late response.
      The of the file, i have found there: S1B_OPER_AUX_RESORB_OPOD_20171001T085309_V20171001T040012_20171001T071742.EOF

      Jaroslav

    • #2528

      Yuxiao
      Moderator

      Hello Jaroslav,

      This looks like an orbital file downloading failure to me. I believe that clicking on “Set Orbits” again should have your issue resolved by now. Could you please try that?

      yuxiao

    • #2529

      jaroslav
      Participant

      Hello,
      The problem has really gone by itself. Thank you for assistance.
      If this kind of error happens again, do I just wait a couple of days for this error to be gone?

      Jaroslav

    • #2530

      Yuxiao
      Moderator

      Hello Jaroslav,

      If this error happens again, I have a temporary solution for you.

      If you tick “Debug Message”, you will be able to see which date does this error occur exactly. Then you can manually download the orbital files for this date. The instruction could be found here:

      https://www.sarproz.com/groups/sarproz-group/forum/topic/sentinel-orbits-in-sarproz/

      It will work.

      In the future, we will find a more stable way to store and download the orbital file for sentinel (instead of using a plain FTP).

      Please let me know if this helps.

      yuxiao

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