Simply instantiates an object with an Azimuth of 0.0 degrees and an
elevation of 90 degrees. The exact values do not matter.
A label can be associated with the calibration (for example, to include the type).
<B>typeB> Return the coordinate type. In this case always return CAL. <B>arrayB> Returns a summary of the object in an 11 element array. All elements are undefined except the first. This contains CAL. <B>statusB> Return a status string describing the current coordinates. For calibration objects this is very simple. <B>isObservableB> Determines whether the observation is observable. Since a calibration observation (defined as an observation that does not move the telescope) is always observable this methods always returns true. <B>stringifyB> Returns stringified summary of the object. Always returns the type(). <B>summaryB> Return a one line summary of the coordinates. In the future will accept arguments to control output.
$summary = $c->summary();
<B>apply_offsetB> Overrided method to prevent Astro::Coords::apply_offset being called on this subclass.
Usually called via Astro::Coords.
Astro::PAL is used for all internal astrometric calculations.
Tim Jenness <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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