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amanda.nucandTable Info Detection parameters of neutrino candidates recorded by the AMANDA-II telescope. This table can be queried on the web at http://dc.g-vo.org/amanda/q/webA list of neutrino candidate events recorded by the AMANDA-II neutrino telescope during the period 2000-2006.
annisred.mainTable Info This survey gives photometric redshifts of objects within 275 deg² (−50◦ < α < 60◦ and −1.◦25 < δ %lt; +1.◦25) centered on the Celestial Equator. Each piece of sky has ∼20 runs of repeated scanning by the SDSS camera contributing and thus reaches ∼2 mag fainter than the SDSS single pass data, i.e., to r ∼ 23.5 for galaxies. This survey gives photometric redshifts of objects within 275 deg² (−50◦ < α < 60◦ and −1.◦25 < δ %lt; +1.◦25) centered on the Celestial Equator. Each piece of sky has ∼20 runs of repeated scanning by the SDSS camera contributing and thus reaches ∼2 mag fainter than the SDSS single pass data, i.e., to r ∼ 23.5 for galaxies.
antares.dataTable Info A time integrated search for point sources of cosmic neutrinos was performed using the data collected from January 2007 to November 2012 by the ANTARES neutrino telescope. This dataset includes a total of 5921 events obtained during the effective livetime of 1338 days. A time integrated search for point sources of cosmic neutrinos was performed using the data collected from January 2007 to November 2012 by the ANTARES neutrino telescope. This dataset includes a total of 5921 events obtained during the effective livetime of 1338 days.
antares10.dataTable Info A time integrated search for point sources of cosmic neutrinos was performed using the data collected from January 2007 to November 2010 by the ANTARES neutrino telescope. This dataset includes a total of 3058 events obtained during the effective livetime of 813 days. A time integrated search for point sources of cosmic neutrinos was performed using the data collected from January 2007 to November 2010 by the ANTARES neutrino telescope. This dataset includes a total of 3058 events obtained during the effective livetime of 813 days.
apo.framesTable InfoObservations of the lensed quasar Q2237+0305 performed between 1995 and 1998.Observations of the lensed quasar Q2237+0305 performed between 1995 and 1998.
arigfh.gfhTable InfoThe table of (almost) all objects read from the catalogs, together with most of the data given in them.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arigfh.idTable Info The stars from the gfh table having counterparts in the master catalog, together with those counterparts.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arigfh.identifiedTable InfoMatches between the master catalog and the historical catalogs.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arigfh.masterTable InfoThe master catalog against which all ARIGFH historical observations were matched.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arigfh.nidTable Info The stars from the gfh table that could not be matched with objects in the master catalog.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arigfh.unidentifiedTable InfoThe objects in the gfh table that could not be matched with objects in the master catalog by ARIGFH.ARI's "Geschichte des Fixsternhimmels" is an attempt to collect all astrometrically useful observations from before ca. 1970 in a way comparable to what has been done to construct the FK* series of fundamental catalogs. About 7e6 published positions are included. In GAVO's DC, we provide tables of identified and non-identified stars together with the master catalog that objects were identified against.
arihip.mainTable Info The catalogue ARIHIP has been constructed by selecting the 'best data' for a given star from combinations of HIPPARCOS data with Boss' GC and/or the Tycho-2 catalogue as well as the FK6. It provides 'best data' for 90 842 stars with a typical mean error of 0.89 mas/year (about a factor of 1.3 better than Hipparcos for this sample of stars). The catalogue ARIHIP has been constructed by selecting the 'best data' for a given star from combinations of HIPPARCOS data with Boss' GC and/or the Tycho-2 catalogue as well as the FK6. It provides 'best data' for 90 842 stars with a typical mean error of 0.89 mas/year (about a factor of 1.3 better than Hipparcos for this sample of stars).
auger.mainTable Info Detection parameters of cosmic ray source candidates recorded by the Pierre Auger Telescope. This table can be queried on the web at http://dc.g-vo.org/auger/q/web .This dataset comprises the public data observed by the Pierre Auger cosmic ray observatory, which is 1% of its total data. It contains 28493 events between 0.1 and 49.7 EeV collected between 2004 and 2013.
basti.chemicalTable InfoTable for chemical descriptive parameters of the stellar models within BaSTI."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.key_pointsTable InfoFull physical description of the BaSTI simulation Key Points used in the normalization process of the stellar evolutionary tracks."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.out_fileTable InfoBaSTI output file descriptions and access references."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.physic_fileTable InfoKey Points files access references (BaSTI)."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.program_paramTable InfoSimulation configuration parameters within BaSTI"A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.proprietiesTable InfoThe main properties of the simulated output within BaSTI."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.scenarioTable InfoBaSTI scenario for the stellar evolution: normal, with overshooting, with diffusion, rotation."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
basti.unitsTable Info"A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo."A Bag of Stellar Tracks and Isochrones", Stellar Evolutionary Models, Simulated data from INAF-OATeramo.
boydende.dataTable InfoThe Armagh-Dunsink-Harvard Becker-Schmidt Telescope was deployed at Boyden Station, Maselspoort South Africa between 1965 and 1970. During that time, astronomers from Bamberg, Heidelberg, Hamburg and Münster took astronomical images there, with a focus on old star clusters, the Magellanic clouds, and the southern milky way. This service provides scans of the plates obtained.The Armagh-Dunsink-Harvard Becker-Schmidt Telescope was deployed at Boyden Station, Maselspoort South Africa between 1965 and 1970. During that time, astronomers from Bamberg, Heidelberg, Hamburg and Münster took astronomical images there, with a focus on old star clusters, the Magellanic clouds, and the southern milky way. This service provides scans of the plates obtained.
browndwarfs.catTable InfoA catalogue of brown dwarfs produced by Gelino et al. The database reflects the state of http://www.dwarfArchives.org on 2015-09-29.A catalogue of brown dwarfs produced by Gelino et al. The database reflects the state of http://www.dwarfArchives.org on 2015-09-29.
califadr3.cubesTable Info Metadata for the CALIFA data cubes as delivered by the project. The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
califadr3.fluxposv1200Table Info Data cubes of positions and fluxes in the optical for a sample of galaxies, obtained by the CALIFA project in the v1200 setup. Note that due to the dithering scheme, the points here do not actually correspond to raw measurements but instead represent a reduction of several measurements. The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
TablenameInfoTable desc.Res desc.
califadr3.fluxposv500Table Info Data cubes of positions and fluxes in the optical for a sample of galaxies, obtained by the CALIFA project in the v500 setup. Note that due to the dithering scheme, the points here do not actually correspond to raw measurements but instead represent a reduction of several measurements. The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
califadr3.fluxv1200Table InfoFlux and errors versus position for CALIFA setup v1200. Positions are pixel indices into the CALIFA cubes. The associate positions are in califadr.spectra; use "JOIN califadr3.spectra USING (califaid, xindex, yindex)" to join that table (or use the fluxpos tables). The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
califadr3.fluxv500Table InfoFlux and errors versus position for CALIFA setup v500. Positions are pixel indices into the CALIFA cubes. The associate positions are in califadr.spectra; use "JOIN califadr3.spectra USING (califaid, xindex, yindex)" to join that table (or use the fluxpos tables). The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
califadr3.objectsTable Info Object data for DR3 sample. The photometric and derived quantities are from growth curve analysis of the SDSS images for galaxies from the mother sample (califaid<1000), from SDSS DR7/12 photometry otherwise. The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
califadr3.spectraTable Info Metadata for individual spectra. Note that the spectra result from reducing a complex dithering scheme and are not independent from one another. The Calar Alto Legacy Integral Field Area (CALIFA) survey provides spatially resolved spectroscopic information for 667 galaxies, mainly within the local universe (0.005 < z < 0.03). CALIFA data was obtained using the PPAK integral field unit (IFU), with a hexagonal field-of-view of 1.3 square arcmin, with a 100% covering factor by adopting a three-pointing dithering scheme. has been taken in two setups: V500 (6 Å bin size, 646 galaxies) and V1200 (2.3 Å bin size, 484 galaxies). A final product ("COMBO") combining both data sets, covering 3700-7500 Å at 6 Å bin size, is made availble for 484 galaxies. CALIFA is a legacy survey, intended for the community. This is the (final) Data Release 3.
cars.imagesTable Info Metadata for co-added CFHTLS archive images used for producing the CARS source list (cars.srccat).Images and data from from the CFHTLS archive research survey, a multi-band dataset spanning 37 square degrees of sky in high galactic latitudes.
cars.srccatTable InfoExtracted sources from the CARS survey, comprising positions and multiband photometry.Images and data from from the CFHTLS archive research survey, a multi-band dataset spanning 37 square degrees of sky in high galactic latitudes.
carsarcs.metaTable Info Candidate gravitational arcs in the 37 deg^2 of CFHTLS-Archive-Research Survey (CARS). The data include their post-stamp images, astrometry, photometry (u*,g',r',i'), geometric properties (length, length-to-width ratio, profile curvature, area), and photometric redshifts. The arc candidates were selected booth with an automatic arcfinder, based on a tailored image segmentation and a color selection, and by visually inspecting the survey. Candidate gravitational arcs in the 37 deg^2 of CFHTLS-Archive-Research Survey (CARS). The data include their post-stamp images, astrometry, photometry (u*,g',r',i'), geometric properties (length, length-to-width ratio, profile curvature, area), and photometric redshifts. The arc candidates were selected booth with an automatic arcfinder, based on a tailored image segmentation and a color selection, and by visually inspecting the survey.
danish.dataTable InfoTBDTBD
dmubin.mainTable InfoA collection of binary stars with a difference in instantaneous proper motion as measured by HIPPARCOS and the long-term proper motion.A collection of binary stars with a difference in instantaneous proper motion as measured by HIPPARCOS and the long-term proper motion.
emi.mainTable Info These are 1.4GHz Very Long Baseline Interferometry images of 532 radio sources with a flux density exceeding 100uJy as determined by Ibar et al. (2009, MNRAS, 397, 281), obtained between 2010-06-03 and 2010-09-03. For all fields, we give frames processed using natural weighting to preserve maximal sensitivity. For the 65 detected sources, we additionally give frames processed using uniform weighting to suppress sidelobes (see Middelberg et al. 2013, A&A 551, 97 for details) in flux density measurements. Some sources have larger images to cover a larger area because the initial coordinates were not sufficiently accurate. These are 1.4GHz Very Long Baseline Interferometry images of 532 radio sources with a flux density exceeding 100uJy as determined by Ibar et al. (2009, MNRAS, 397, 281), obtained between 2010-06-03 and 2010-09-03. For all fields, we give frames processed using natural weighting to preserve maximal sensitivity. For the 65 detected sources, we additionally give frames processed using uniform weighting to suppress sidelobes (see Middelberg et al. 2013, A&A 551, 97 for details) in flux density measurements. Some sources have larger images to cover a larger area because the initial coordinates were not sufficiently accurate.
feros.dataTable Info Spectra from FEROS spectrograph at La Silla's 1.5m telescope as obtained during commissioning and guaranteed time. Spectra from FEROS spectrograph at La Silla's 1.5m telescope as obtained during commissioning and guaranteed time.
fk6.fk6joinTable InfoThe union of all published parts of FK6, comprising only the common fields. Parts I and III of the sixth fundamental catalog, a catalog of high-precision astrometry for bright stars combining centuries of ground-based observations as reflected in FK5 with HIPPARCOS astrometry. The result contains, in particular for the proper motions, statistically significant improvements of the Hipparcos data und represents a system of unprecedented accuracy for these 4150 fundamental stars. The typical mean error in pm is 0.35 mas/year for 878 basic stars, and 0.59 mas/year for the sample of the 3272 additional stars.
fk6.part1Table InfoPart I of the FK6 (successor to Basic FK5) Parts I and III of the sixth fundamental catalog, a catalog of high-precision astrometry for bright stars combining centuries of ground-based observations as reflected in FK5 with HIPPARCOS astrometry. The result contains, in particular for the proper motions, statistically significant improvements of the Hipparcos data und represents a system of unprecedented accuracy for these 4150 fundamental stars. The typical mean error in pm is 0.35 mas/year for 878 basic stars, and 0.59 mas/year for the sample of the 3272 additional stars.
fk6.part3Table InfoPart III of the FK6 (containing stars from the FK5 extension and Rsup) Parts I and III of the sixth fundamental catalog, a catalog of high-precision astrometry for bright stars combining centuries of ground-based observations as reflected in FK5 with HIPPARCOS astrometry. The result contains, in particular for the proper motions, statistically significant improvements of the Hipparcos data und represents a system of unprecedented accuracy for these 4150 fundamental stars. The typical mean error in pm is 0.35 mas/year for 878 basic stars, and 0.59 mas/year for the sample of the 3272 additional stars.
flashheros.dataTable Info Spectra from the Flash and Heros Echelle spectrographs developed at Landessternwarte Heidelberg and mounted at La Silla and various other observatories. The data mostly contains spectra of OB stars. Heros was the name of the instrument after Flash got a second channel in 1995. Spectra from the Flash and Heros Echelle spectrographs developed at Landessternwarte Heidelberg and mounted at La Silla and various other observatories. The data mostly contains spectra of OB stars. Heros was the name of the instrument after Flash got a second channel in 1995.
flashheros.ordersmetaTable InfoSSA metadata for split-order Flash/Heros Echelle spectra Spectra from the Flash and Heros Echelle spectrographs developed at Landessternwarte Heidelberg and mounted at La Silla and various other observatories. The data mostly contains spectra of OB stars. Heros was the name of the instrument after Flash got a second channel in 1995.
gaia.dr1Table Info This table, corresponding to gaia_source of the full DR1, contains the 1.15 billion objects reliably detected in the first 14 months of Gaia observations. It essentially consists of high-precision positions and magnitudes. The TGAS subset (about 2 million objects observed by both Gaia and Hipparcos) has proper motions and parallaxes. Users are advised to beware strong correlations between the astrometric parameters present for some of the less densely observed objects and the inhomogeneous coverage in this first data release (solution id: 1635378410781933568). The Gaia satellite takes high-precision astrometry of a large number of astronomical objects. This data collection mirrors the larger tables released by DPAC.
gcpms.dataTable InfoA proper-motion catalogue of 5080236 stars in 49 OGLE-II Galactic bulge (GB) fields, covering a range of -11°<l<11° and -6°<b<3°. Some columns have been left out from the original source.A proper-motion catalogue of 5080236 stars in 49 OGLE-II Galactic bulge (GB) fields, covering a range of -11°<l<11° and -6°<b<3°. Some columns have been left out from the original source.
glots.columnsTable InfoA table of columns within the tables listed in glots.tables. The global TAP schema collects information on tables and columns from known TAP servers. This facilitates locating queriable data by physics (via UCD) or keywords (via description). Note that this shouldn't really be necessary as all information present here should be exposed through Registry records. However, in reality data providers currently are much more liable to give column metadata in their tap_schema than in their Registry records. Hence, for the time being, we maintain this service by harvesting tap_schemas about monthly.
glots.servicesTable InfoA table of TAP services harvested from the registry (and some spoon-fed). The global TAP schema collects information on tables and columns from known TAP servers. This facilitates locating queriable data by physics (via UCD) or keywords (via description). Note that this shouldn't really be necessary as all information present here should be exposed through Registry records. However, in reality data providers currently are much more liable to give column metadata in their tap_schema than in their Registry records. Hence, for the time being, we maintain this service by harvesting tap_schemas about monthly.
glots.tablesTable InfoA table of tables accesible through the TAP services known to glots.services. The global TAP schema collects information on tables and columns from known TAP servers. This facilitates locating queriable data by physics (via UCD) or keywords (via description). Note that this shouldn't really be necessary as all information present here should be exposed through Registry records. However, in reality data providers currently are much more liable to give column metadata in their tap_schema than in their Registry records. Hence, for the time being, we maintain this service by harvesting tap_schemas about monthly.
gps1.mainTable InfoGPS1 main table with some deviations from the published paper. In particular note that Gaia and Pan-STARRS1 photometry results from blind crossmatching; see d_g and d_ps1 fields for the offsets in the respective crossmatches. This catalog combines Gaia DR1, Pan-STARRS 1, SDSS and 2MASS astrometry to compute proper motions for 350 million sources across three-fourths of the sky down to a magnitude of mr≈20. Positions of galaxies from Pan-STARRS 1 are used to build a reference frame for PS1, SDSS, and 2MASS data. Gaia DR1 is adapted to that reference frame by exploiting that locally, proper motions are linear. GPS1 has a characteristic systematic error of less than 0.3 mas/yr, and a typical precision of 1.5−2.0 mas/yr. The proper motions have been validated using galaxies, open clusters, distant giant stars and QSOs. In comparison with other published faint proper motion catalogs, GPS1's systematic error (<0.3 mas/yr) is about 10 times better than that of PPMXL and UCAC4 (>2.0 mas/yr). Similarly, its precision (~1.5 mas/yr) is an improvement by ∼ 4 times relative to PPMXL and UCAC4 (∼6.0 mas/yr). For QSOs, the precision of GPS1 is found to be worse (∼2.0−3.0 mas/yr), possibly due to their particular differential chromatic refraction (DCR).
hiicounter.dataTable Info A table containing reference data for HII regions. We also give a source code to compute abundances and electron temperatures in HII regions from strong emission lines. A table containing reference data for HII regions. We also give a source code to compute abundances and electron temperatures in HII regions from strong emission lines.
hipparcos.mainTable InfoThe main result catalog from the ESA Hipparcos satellite, obtained November 1989 through March 1993. In the GAVO DC, several columns were left out and all angles are given in degrees.The main result catalog from the ESA Hipparcos satellite, obtained November 1989 through March 1993. In the GAVO DC, several columns were left out and all angles are given in degrees.
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hsoy.mainTable Info HSOY is a catalog of 583'001'653 objects with precise astrometry based on PPMXL and Gaia DR1. Typical formal errors at mean epoch in proper motion are below 1 mas/yr for objects brighter than 10 mag, and about 5 mas/yr at the faint end (about 20 mag). South of -30 degrees, astrometry is significantly worse. HSOY also contains, where available, USNO-B, Gaia, and 2MASS photometry. HSOY's positions and proper motions are given for epoch J2000. The catalog becomes severely incomplete faintwards of 18 mag in the G-band. The mean epochs are typically very close to Gaia's J2015. Although SuperCOSMOS has been used to filter the many spurious objects PPMXL has inherited from USNO-B, HSOY still contains about 0.7% spurious close "binaries" (non-matched stars) from the original USNO-B (marked with non-NULL clone). Also, failed matches within GAIA DR1 contribute another 1.5% spurious pairs (marked with non-NULL comp). In both cases, astrometry presumably is sub-standard. More information is available at http://dc.g-vo.org/hsoy. HSOY is a catalog of 583'001'653 objects with precise astrometry based on PPMXL and Gaia DR1. Typical formal errors at mean epoch in proper motion are below 1 mas/yr for objects brighter than 10 mag, and about 5 mas/yr at the faint end (about 20 mag). South of -30 degrees, astrometry is significantly worse. HSOY also contains, where available, USNO-B, Gaia, and 2MASS photometry. HSOY's positions and proper motions are given for epoch J2000. The catalog becomes severely incomplete faintwards of 18 mag in the G-band. The mean epochs are typically very close to Gaia's J2015. Although SuperCOSMOS has been used to filter the many spurious objects PPMXL has inherited from USNO-B, HSOY still contains about 0.7% spurious close "binaries" (non-matched stars) from the original USNO-B (marked with non-NULL clone). Also, failed matches within GAIA DR1 contribute another 1.5% spurious pairs (marked with non-NULL comp). In both cases, astrometry presumably is sub-standard. More information is available at http://dc.g-vo.org/hsoy.
icecube.nucandTable Info Detection parameters of neutrino candidates recorded by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory. This table can be queried on web at http://dc.g-vo.org/icecube/q/web .A list of neutrino candidate events recorded by the IceCube neutrino telescope operating in a 40 string configuration between April 2008 and May 2009.
inflight.dataTable InfoThe raw lensing data as well as relative intensities computed for various source profiles.The infinite lightcurve is a continuously calculated microlensing lightcurve, simulating the light variation of a quasar due to an intervening star field.
ivoa.ObsCoreTable InfoThe IVOA-defined obscore table, containing generic metadata for datasets within this datacenter.Definition and support code for the ObsCore data model and table.
ivoa.emptyobscoreTable InfoAn empty table having all columns of the obscore table. Useful internally, and sometimes for tricky queries.Definition and support code for the ObsCore data model and table.
k2c9vst.eventsTable Info The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline. The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline.
k2c9vst.photpointsTable Info The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline. The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline.
k2c9vst.timeseriesTable Info The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline. The Kepler satellite has observed the Galactic center in a campaign lasting from April until the end of June 2016 (K2/C9). The main objective of the 99 hours for the microlensing program 097.C-0261(A) using the ESO VLT Survey Telescope (VST) was to monitor the superstamp (i.e., the actually downloaded region of K2/C9) in service mode for improving the event coverage and securing some color-information. Due to weather conditions, the majority of images were taken in the red band. These are part of the present release. The exact pointing strategy was adjusted to cover the superstamp with 6 pointings and to contain as many microlensing events from earlier seasons as possible. In addition, a two-point dither was requested to reduce the impact of bad pixels and detector gaps. Consequently, some events were getting more coverage and have been observed with different CCDs. The large footprint of roughly 1 square degree and the complementary weather conditions at Cerro Paranal have lead to the coverage of 147 events (this resource's events table), but ~60 of those were already at baseline.
kapteyn.platesTable Info In the context of Kapteyn's plan to obtain a photometric standard, in Potsdam more than 400 photographic plates of several Selected Areas, Special Areas, and Kapteyn-Pritchard areas were obtained between 1910 and 1933, both as direct images and with an object prism. This service provides FITS images of the science area of the plates as well as images of the entire plates, including previous markings. In the context of Kapteyn's plan to obtain a photometric standard, in Potsdam more than 400 photographic plates of several Selected Areas, Special Areas, and Kapteyn-Pritchard areas were obtained between 1910 and 1933, both as direct images and with an object prism. This service provides FITS images of the science area of the plates as well as images of the entire plates, including previous markings.
katkat.katkatTable InfoThe "catalog of catalogs" lists catalogs containing stellar positions for the last centuries. It also lets you access digitized table data. ARI katkat is a catalog of star catalogues in the spirit of G. Teleki's catalog of star catalogs (`1989BOBeo.140..131T`_ and references in there). It contains 2573 catalogs suitable for astrometric usage, starting with Flamsteed (1835) and ending in the 1970ies. For almost all of them, there is a column description file (as PDF, and unfortunately sometimes in German) and the digitized content. .. _1989BOBeo.140..131T: http://ads.g-vo.org/abs/1989BOBeo.140..131T
lightmeter.geocountsTable InfoLightmeter data by date and geographic position We give continuous night and day light measurements at all natural outdoor light levels by a network of low-cost lightmeters. Developed to start simple, global continuous high cadence monitoring of night sky brightness and artificial night sky brightening (light pollution) in 2009. The lightmeter network is a project of the Thüringer Landessternwarte, Tautenburg, Germany and the Kuffner-Sternwarte society at the Kuffner-Observatory, Vienna, Austria. It started as part of the Dark Skies Awareness cornerstone of the International Year of Astronomy.
lightmeter.measurementsTable InfoTime-averaged lightmeter measurements We give continuous night and day light measurements at all natural outdoor light levels by a network of low-cost lightmeters. Developed to start simple, global continuous high cadence monitoring of night sky brightness and artificial night sky brightening (light pollution) in 2009. The lightmeter network is a project of the Thüringer Landessternwarte, Tautenburg, Germany and the Kuffner-Sternwarte society at the Kuffner-Observatory, Vienna, Austria. It started as part of the Dark Skies Awareness cornerstone of the International Year of Astronomy.
lightmeter.stationsTable InfoStations in the lightmeter network We give continuous night and day light measurements at all natural outdoor light levels by a network of low-cost lightmeters. Developed to start simple, global continuous high cadence monitoring of night sky brightness and artificial night sky brightening (light pollution) in 2009. The lightmeter network is a project of the Thüringer Landessternwarte, Tautenburg, Germany and the Kuffner-Sternwarte society at the Kuffner-Observatory, Vienna, Austria. It started as part of the Dark Skies Awareness cornerstone of the International Year of Astronomy.
liverpool.rawframesTable InfoThis collection includes optical monitorings of gravitationally lensed quasars. The frames can be used to make light curves of quasar images and field objects. From quasar light curves, one may measure time delays and flux ratios, analyse variability and chromaticity, etc. These direct analyses/measurements are basic tools for different astrophysical studies, e.g., expansion rate of the Universe, mechanism of intrinsic variability in quasars, accretion disk structure, supermassive black holes, dark halos of galaxies (dust, collapsed dark matter, smoothly distributed dark matter,...)This collection includes optical monitorings of gravitationally lensed quasars. The frames can be used to make light curves of quasar images and field objects. From quasar light curves, one may measure time delays and flux ratios, analyse variability and chromaticity, etc. These direct analyses/measurements are basic tools for different astrophysical studies, e.g., expansion rate of the Universe, mechanism of intrinsic variability in quasars, accretion disk structure, supermassive black holes, dark halos of galaxies (dust, collapsed dark matter, smoothly distributed dark matter,...)
lspm.mainTable Info The LSPM catalog is a comprehensive list of 61,977 stars north of the J2000 celestial equator that have proper motions larger than 0.15"/yr (local-background-stars frame). Positions are given with an accuracy of <~100 mas at the 2000.0 epoch, and absolute proper motions are given with an accuracy of ~8 mas/yr. The catalog is estimated to be over 99% complete at high Galactic latitudes (|b|>15{deg}) and over 90% complete at low Galactic latitudes (|b|>15{deg}), down to a magnitude. The LSPM catalog is a comprehensive list of 61,977 stars north of the J2000 celestial equator that have proper motions larger than 0.15"/yr (local-background-stars frame). Positions are given with an accuracy of <~100 mas at the 2000.0 epoch, and absolute proper motions are given with an accuracy of ~8 mas/yr. The catalog is estimated to be over 99% complete at high Galactic latitudes (|b|>15{deg}) and over 90% complete at low Galactic latitudes (|b|>15{deg}), down to a magnitude.
lsw.platesTable Info The main catalog of the plates contained in the archive.Scans of plates obtained at Landessternwarte Heidelberg-Königstuhl, its predecessors, as well as the German-Spanish Astronomical Center (Calar Alto Observatory), Spain, 1880 through 1999.
lsw.wolfpalisaTable Info A mapping between HDAP plate identifiers and Wolf-Palisa survey plate numbers.Scans of plates obtained at Landessternwarte Heidelberg-Königstuhl, its predecessors, as well as the German-Spanish Astronomical Center (Calar Alto Observatory), Spain, 1880 through 1999.
maidanak.rawframesTable InfoObservations of (mainly) lensed quasars from Maidanak Observatory, UzbekhistanObservations of (mainly) lensed quasars from Maidanak Observatory, Uzbekhistan
mcextinct.extsTable Info Extinction values within certain areas in the Magellanic clouds. A catalogue of E(V-I) extinction values is presented for 3174 (LMC) and 693 (SMC) fields within the Magellanic Clouds. The extinction values were computed by determining the (V-I) colour difference of the red clump from Optical Gravitational Microlensing Experiment (OGLE III) observations in the V and I bands and theoretical values for unreddend red clump colours.
mlqso.cubesTable Info Bidirectional spectra as FITS image. An archive of optical and near-infrared spectra of strongly lensed quasars and the lensing galaxies. The spectra are resolved to about a few Ångstroms and are flux-calibrated. The spectra resulted from deblending the lensed images in bidimensional spectra available from the SSAP service for `ivo://org.gavo.dc/mlqso/q/s <http://dc.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/mlqso/q/s/info>`_.
mlqso.slitspectraTable Info Bidimensional spectra of galaxies lensing QSOs. An archive of optical and near-infrared spectra of strongly lensed quasars and the lensing galaxies. The spectra are resolved to about a few Ångstroms and are flux-calibrated. The spectra resulted from deblending the lensed images in bidimensional spectra available from the SSAP service for `ivo://org.gavo.dc/mlqso/q/s <http://dc.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/mlqso/q/s/info>`_.
mpc.epn_coreTable Info The EPN-TAP 2.0 version of the complete asteroid data from the Minor Planet Center (MPC), updated once per month. The MPC operates at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under the auspices of Division III of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The MPC Orbit database contains orbital elements of minor planets that have been published in the Minor Planet Circulars, the Minor Planet Orbit Supplement and the Minor Planet Electronic Circulars. Complete Asteroid Data from the Minor Planet Center (MPC), updated once per month. The MPC operates at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under the auspices of Division III of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The MPC Orbit database contains orbital elements of minor planets that have been published in the Minor Planet Circulars, the Minor Planet Orbit Supplement and the Minor Planet Electronic Circulars.
mpc.mpcorbTable Info Complete Asteroid Data from the Minor Planet Center (MPC), updated once per month. The MPC operates at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under the auspices of Division III of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The MPC Orbit database contains orbital elements of minor planets that have been published in the Minor Planet Circulars, the Minor Planet Orbit Supplement and the Minor Planet Electronic Circulars. Complete Asteroid Data from the Minor Planet Center (MPC), updated once per month. The MPC operates at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under the auspices of Division III of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). The MPC Orbit database contains orbital elements of minor planets that have been published in the Minor Planet Circulars, the Minor Planet Orbit Supplement and the Minor Planet Electronic Circulars.
mwsc.mainTable InfoA list of milky way stellar cluster candidates and objects, together with the notes and parameters from confirmed objects for the original publication. MWSC presents a list of 3006 Milky Way Stellar Clusters (MWSC), found in the 2MAst (2MASS with Astrometry) catalogue. The target list was compiled on the basis of present-day lists of open, globular and candidate clusters. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, mean cluster proper motions, distances, reddenings, ages, tidal parameters, and sometimes radial velocities.
mwsc.starsTable InfoData on cluster stars. MWSC presents a list of 3006 Milky Way Stellar Clusters (MWSC), found in the 2MAst (2MASS with Astrometry) catalogue. The target list was compiled on the basis of present-day lists of open, globular and candidate clusters. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, mean cluster proper motions, distances, reddenings, ages, tidal parameters, and sometimes radial velocities.
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mwsce14a.mainTable Info MWSC-e14a ("MWSC extension 2014a") is a catalogue of 139 new open clusters at high Galactic latitudes (\|b\|>20 deg) including lists of candidate members. It extends the Kharchenko et al. 'Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters'. The target list was compiled as density enhancements found in the 2MASS point source catalogue. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, proper motion, distance, reddening, age, and tidal parameters. .. _Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters: http://dc.g-vo.org/mwsc/q/clu/form MWSC-e14a ("MWSC extension 2014a") is a catalogue of 139 new open clusters at high Galactic latitudes (\|b\|>20 deg) including lists of candidate members. It extends the Kharchenko et al. 'Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters'. The target list was compiled as density enhancements found in the 2MASS point source catalogue. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, proper motion, distance, reddening, age, and tidal parameters. .. _Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters: http://dc.g-vo.org/mwsc/q/clu/form
mwsce14a.starsTable Info MWSC-e14a ("MWSC extension 2014a") is a catalogue of 139 new open clusters at high Galactic latitudes (\|b\|>20 deg) including lists of candidate members. It extends the Kharchenko et al. 'Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters'. The target list was compiled as density enhancements found in the 2MASS point source catalogue. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, proper motion, distance, reddening, age, and tidal parameters. .. _Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters: http://dc.g-vo.org/mwsc/q/clu/form MWSC-e14a ("MWSC extension 2014a") is a catalogue of 139 new open clusters at high Galactic latitudes (\|b\|>20 deg) including lists of candidate members. It extends the Kharchenko et al. 'Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters'. The target list was compiled as density enhancements found in the 2MASS point source catalogue. For confirmed clusters we determined a homogeneous set of astrophysical parameters such as membership, angular radii of the main morphological parts, proper motion, distance, reddening, age, and tidal parameters. .. _Catalog of Milky Way Star Clusters: http://dc.g-vo.org/mwsc/q/clu/form
obscode.dataTable Info List of Observatory Codes assigned by the Minor Planet Center (MPC). The codes are used in cataloguing astrometric observations of small bodies in the solar system. A code is unique for a certain location and consists of three digits or one letter and two digits. In this representation, we give the observatory code, the geocentric coordinates, and the observatory designation. List of Observatory Codes assigned by the Minor Planet Center (MPC). The codes are used in cataloguing astrometric observations of small bodies in the solar system. A code is unique for a certain location and consists of three digits or one letter and two digits. In this representation, we give the observatory code, the geocentric coordinates, and the observatory designation.
ohmaser.bibrefsTable InfoBibliographic and other metadata on the sources of the data in the masers table.A all-sky compilation of galactic stellar sources observed for OH maser emission in the transitions at 1612, 1665, and 1667 MHz. The database contains OH maser observations selected from the literature . These observations belong to more than 6000 different objects. The database consists of three tables: The main table ("masers"), interferometric followup observations ("maps") and monitoring programs ("monitor").
ohmaser.mapsTable InfoTable of interferometric measurements included.A all-sky compilation of galactic stellar sources observed for OH maser emission in the transitions at 1612, 1665, and 1667 MHz. The database contains OH maser observations selected from the literature . These observations belong to more than 6000 different objects. The database consists of three tables: The main table ("masers"), interferometric followup observations ("maps") and monitoring programs ("monitor").
ohmaser.masersTable InfoMaser data proper.A all-sky compilation of galactic stellar sources observed for OH maser emission in the transitions at 1612, 1665, and 1667 MHz. The database contains OH maser observations selected from the literature . These observations belong to more than 6000 different objects. The database consists of three tables: The main table ("masers"), interferometric followup observations ("maps") and monitoring programs ("monitor").
ohmaser.monitorTable InfoTable of measurements included from monitoring programs.A all-sky compilation of galactic stellar sources observed for OH maser emission in the transitions at 1612, 1665, and 1667 MHz. The database contains OH maser observations selected from the literature . These observations belong to more than 6000 different objects. The database consists of three tables: The main table ("masers"), interferometric followup observations ("maps") and monitoring programs ("monitor").
openngc.dataTable Info OpenNGC is a database containing positions and main data of NGC (New General Catalogue) and IC (Index Catalogue) objects. It has been built by merging data from NED, HyperLEDA, SIMBAD, and several databases available at HEASARC. In this VO publication, we have changed most of the column names, mostly to make them work as ADQL column names without resorting to delimited identifiers. The mapping should be obvious. OpenNGC is a database containing positions and main data of NGC (New General Catalogue) and IC (Index Catalogue) objects. It has been built by merging data from NED, HyperLEDA, SIMBAD, and several databases available at HEASARC. In this VO publication, we have changed most of the column names, mostly to make them work as ADQL column names without resorting to delimited identifiers. The mapping should be obvious.
plc.dataTable InfoThe final candidate table with estimates of minimal distances, epochs, etc.A catalogue of candidate stars for observing astrometric microlensing using GAIA.
plts.dataTable Info This service publishes plate scans of the Palomar-Leiden Troian surveys conducted between 1960 and 1977. The surveys led to the discovery of more than 2,000 asteroids (1,800 with orbital information), with another 2,400 asteroids, including 19 Trojans, found after further analysis of the plates. Note that because of the large size of the plates, in this service each original plate is contained in two parts, marked with "_1" and "_2", respectively. The central parts of the two parts overlap. This service publishes plate scans of the Palomar-Leiden Troian surveys conducted between 1960 and 1977. The surveys led to the discovery of more than 2,000 asteroids (1,800 with orbital information), with another 2,400 asteroids, including 19 Trojans, found after further analysis of the plates. Note that because of the large size of the plates, in this service each original plate is contained in two parts, marked with "_1" and "_2", respectively. The central parts of the two parts overlap.
polcatsmc.dataTable InfoAn optical polarimetric catalog for the Small Magelanic Cloud (SMC) is presented. It contains a total of 7207 stars located in the Northeast and Wing sections of the SMC and part of the Magellanic Bridge.An optical polarimetric catalog for the Small Magelanic Cloud (SMC) is presented. It contains a total of 7207 stars located in the Northeast and Wing sections of the SMC and part of the Magellanic Bridge.
potsdam.platesTable InfoPotsdam plate scans with astrometry.net calibration. Publication of scans of photographic plates from the so-called "Potsdam zone" of the Carte du Ciel project (32 deg to 39 deg). A total of 977 plates of 2 square degree sky regions was observed and recorded between 1913 to 1924. Since Potsdam Observatory ended participation in the Carte du Ciel project, these observations were so far not analysed or published. Plates were scanned in by a flat bed scanner in 2007-2008. Limitations in astrometric precision as well are to be expected, and specific observational restrains apply, such as multiple exposures on certain plates (see literature).
potsdam.rawplatesTable Info Publication of scans of photographic plates from the so-called "Potsdam zone" of the Carte du Ciel project (32 deg to 39 deg). A total of 977 plates of 2 square degree sky regions was observed and recorded between 1913 to 1924. Since Potsdam Observatory ended participation in the Carte du Ciel project, these observations were so far not analysed or published. Plates were scanned in by a flat bed scanner in 2007-2008. Limitations in astrometric precision as well are to be expected, and specific observational restrains apply, such as multiple exposures on certain plates (see literature). Publication of scans of photographic plates from the so-called "Potsdam zone" of the Carte du Ciel project (32 deg to 39 deg). A total of 977 plates of 2 square degree sky regions was observed and recorded between 1913 to 1924. Since Potsdam Observatory ended participation in the Carte du Ciel project, these observations were so far not analysed or published. Plates were scanned in by a flat bed scanner in 2007-2008. Limitations in astrometric precision as well are to be expected, and specific observational restrains apply, such as multiple exposures on certain plates (see literature).
ppmx.dataTable InfoPPM-Extended (PPMX) is a catalogue of 18 088 919 stars on the ICRS system containing astrometric and photometric information. Its limiting magnitude is about 15.2 in the GSC photometric system.PPM-Extended (PPMX) is a catalogue of 18 088 919 stars on the ICRS system containing astrometric and photometric information. Its limiting magnitude is about 15.2 in the GSC photometric system.
ppmxl.mainTable Info PPMXL is a catalog of positions, proper motions, 2MASS- and optical photometry of 900 million stars and galaxies, aiming to be complete down to about V=20 full-sky. It is the result of a re-reduction of USNO-B1 together with 2MASS to the ICRS as represented by PPMX. This service additionally provides improved proper motions computed according to :bibcode:`2016AJ....151...99V`. PPMXL is a catalog of positions, proper motions, 2MASS- and optical photometry of 900 million stars and galaxies, aiming to be complete down to about V=20 full-sky. It is the result of a re-reduction of USNO-B1 together with 2MASS to the ICRS as represented by PPMX. This service additionally provides improved proper motions computed according to :bibcode:`2016AJ....151...99V`.
ppmxl.usnocorrTable InfoCorrections between USNO-B1 and PPMXL on a grid of degrees, obtained by substracting PPMXL from USNO in cones of radius sqrt(2)/2 degrees around the given center position. PPMXL is a catalog of positions, proper motions, 2MASS- and optical photometry of 900 million stars and galaxies, aiming to be complete down to about V=20 full-sky. It is the result of a re-reduction of USNO-B1 together with 2MASS to the ICRS as represented by PPMX.
rave.dr2Table Info The second data release of RAVE contains spectroscopic radial velocities for 49327 stars in the Milky-Way southern hemisphere using the 6dF instrument at the AAO. Stellar parameters are published for a set of 21121 stars belonging to the second year of observation. This data collection has been superceded by RAVE data release 3 (`table rave.dr </__system__/dc_tables/show/tableinfo/rave.dr3>`_ in the data center). The data published here comprises all original RAVE data. Columns in the data release that resulted from crossmatching were left out. For details, see 2008MNRAS.391..793S. The RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE) contains stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity), radial velocities, individual abundances and distances determined for (in data release 4) 425561 stars. The individual abundances for six elements (magnesium, aluminium, silicon, titanium, iron and nickel) are also given, based on a special-purpose pipeline. Our tables leave out most of the information copied over from other catalogs, as these are readily available within the data center. The site also provides tables with DR2 and DR3 data.
rave.dr3Table Info The third data release of RAVE contains spectroscopic radial velocities for 83072 stars in the Milky-Way southern hemisphere using the 6dF instrument at the AAO. This data collection has been superceded by RAVE data release 4 (`table rave.dr </__system__/dc_tables/show/tableinfo/rave.main>`_ in the data center). Columns in the data release that resulted from crossmatching were left out. For details, see 2011AJ....141..187S. The RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE) contains stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity), radial velocities, individual abundances and distances determined for (in data release 4) 425561 stars. The individual abundances for six elements (magnesium, aluminium, silicon, titanium, iron and nickel) are also given, based on a special-purpose pipeline. Our tables leave out most of the information copied over from other catalogs, as these are readily available within the data center. The site also provides tables with DR2 and DR3 data.
rave.dr4Table InfoThe RAVE object catalog, data release 4. Note that columns with names ending in _k originate from the stellar parameters pipeline, those with names ending in _c come from the chemical pipeline, those with name ending in _sparv come from the radial velocity pipeline. Names ending in _n_k indicate calibrated values. The RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE) contains stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity), radial velocities, individual abundances and distances determined for (in data release 5) 520555 stars. The individual abundances for six elements (magnesium, aluminium, silicon, titanium, iron and nickel) are also given, based on a special-purpose pipeline. Our tables leave out most of the information copied over from other catalogs, as these are readily available within the data center. The site also provides tables with DR2, DR3, and DR5 data.
rave.mainTable InfoThe RAVE object catalog of radial velocities, surface gravities, and chemical parameters for about 500000 stars, data release 5. We have removed almost all fields originating from crossmatches (as this is intended for use within our TAP service, where users can do the crossmatches themselves). Also, some obviously buggy columns (e.g., footprint_flag) were dropped. Note that columns with names ending in _k originate from the stellar parameters pipeline, those with names ending in _c come from the chemical pipeline. Columns ending in _n_k indicate calibrated values. The RAdial Velocity Experiment (RAVE) contains stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature, surface gravity, overall metallicity), radial velocities, individual abundances and distances determined for (in data release 5) 520555 stars. The individual abundances for six elements (magnesium, aluminium, silicon, titanium, iron and nickel) are also given, based on a special-purpose pipeline. Our tables leave out most of the information copied over from other catalogs, as these are readily available within the data center. The site also provides tables with DR2, DR3, and DR5 data.
rosat.imagesTable InfoMetadata for ROSAT pointed observations and the ROSAT All Sky Survey (RASS) images ROSAT was an orbiting x-ray observatory active in the 1990s. We provide a table of all photons observed during ROSAT's all-sky survey (RASS) as well as images of both survey and pointed observations. For ROSAT data products, see http://www.xray.mpe.mpg.de/cgi-bin/rosat/rosat-survey
rosat.photonsTable InfoA table of x-ray photons detected by ROSAT ROSAT was an orbiting x-ray observatory active in the 1990s. We provide a table of all photons observed during ROSAT's all-sky survey (RASS) as well as images of both survey and pointed observations. For ROSAT data products, see http://www.xray.mpe.mpg.de/cgi-bin/rosat/rosat-survey
rr.alt_identifierTable Info An alternate identifier associated with this record. This can be a resiource identifier like a DOI (in URI form, e.g., doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.11.037), or a person identifier of a creator (typically an ORCID in URI form, e.g., orcid:000-0000-0000-000X). Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.authoritiesTable Info A mapping between the registries and the authorities they claim to manage. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.capabilityTable Info Pieces of behaviour of a resource. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
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rr.interfaceTable Info Information on access modes of a capability. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.intf_paramTable Info Input parameters for services. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.registriesTable Info Administrative table: publishing registries we harvest, together with the dates of last full and incremental harvests. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.relationshipTable Info Relationships between resources, e.g., mirroring, derivation, but also providing access to data within a resource. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_dateTable Info A date associated with an event in the life cycle of the resource. This could be creation or update. The role column can be used to clarify. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_detailTable Info XPath-value pairs for members of resource or capability and their derivations that are less used and/or from VOResource extensions. The pairs refer to a resource if cap_index is NULL, to the referenced capability otherwise. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_roleTable Info Entities, i.e., persons or organizations, operating on resources: creators, contacts, publishers, contributors. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_schemaTable Info Sets of tables related to resources. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_subjectTable Info Topics, object types, or other descriptive keywords about the resource. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.res_tableTable Info (Relational) tables that are part of schemata or resources. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.resourceTable Info The resources, i.e., services, data collections, organizations, etc., present in this registry. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.standard_keyTable Info A term defined in the connection with a standard document; usually, these are referenced using ivoid#key. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.stc_redshiftTable Info The redshift coverage of resources, given as one or more intervals; the total coverage is (a subset of) the union of all intervals given for a resource. Redshifts here are understood as delta lambda/lamda. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.stc_spatialTable Info The spatial coverage of resources. This table associates footprints (ADQL geometries) with ivoids. The footprints are intended for resource discovery; a reasonable expectation for the resolution thus is something like a dgree. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.stc_spectralTable Info The spectral coverage of resources, given as one or more intervals; the total coverage is (a subset of) the union of all intervals given for a resource. All spectral values are understood as given as wavelength in meters; they are supposed to express wavelength at the barycenter of the solar system (which means instrument values should be close enough to work). Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.stc_temporalTable Info The temporal coverage of resources, given as one or more intervals; the total coverage is (a subset of) the union of all intervals given for a resource. All times are understood as MJD in the TT time scale. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.table_columnTable Info Metadata on columns of a resource's tables Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
rr.validationTable InfoValidation levels for resources and capabilities. Tables containing the information in the IVOA registry. To query these tables, use `our TAP service`_. For more information and example queries, see the `RegTAP specification`_. .. _our TAP service: /__system__/tap/run/info .. _RegTAP specification: http://www.ivoa.net/documents/RegTAP/
sasmirala.objectsTable InfoBasic object properties and nuclear 12 and 18 micron continuum fluxes/ratios. The Subarcsecond mid-infrared (MIR) atlas of local active galactic nuclei (AGN) is a collection of all available N- and Q-band images obtained at ground-based 8-meter class telescopes with public archives (Gemini/Michelle, Gemini/T-ReCS, Subaru/COMICS, and VLT/VISIR). It includes in total 895 images, of which 60% are perviously unpublished. These correspond to 253 local AGN with a median redshift of 0.016. The atlas contains the uniformly processed and calibrated images and nuclear photometry obtained through Gauss and PSF fitting for all objects and filters. This also includes measurements of the nuclear extensions. In addition, the classifications of extended emission (if present) and derived nuclear monochromatic 12 and 18 micron continuum fluxes are available. Finally, flux ratios with the circumnuclear MIR emission (measured by Spitzer) and total MIR emission of the galaxy (measured by IRAS) are presented.
sasmirala.photparTable InfoPhotometric parameters for all nuclear measurements. The Subarcsecond mid-infrared (MIR) atlas of local active galactic nuclei (AGN) is a collection of all available N- and Q-band images obtained at ground-based 8-meter class telescopes with public archives (Gemini/Michelle, Gemini/T-ReCS, Subaru/COMICS, and VLT/VISIR). It includes in total 895 images, of which 60% are perviously unpublished. These correspond to 253 local AGN with a median redshift of 0.016. The atlas contains the uniformly processed and calibrated images and nuclear photometry obtained through Gauss and PSF fitting for all objects and filters. This also includes measurements of the nuclear extensions. In addition, the classifications of extended emission (if present) and derived nuclear monochromatic 12 and 18 micron continuum fluxes are available. Finally, flux ratios with the circumnuclear MIR emission (measured by Spitzer) and total MIR emission of the galaxy (measured by IRAS) are presented.
sdssdr7.sourcesTable Info This is the result of the query:: select top 2000 objID, field.run, field.rerun, field.camcol, field.fieldId, obj, ra, dec, raErr, decErr, raDecCorr, offsetRa_u, offsetRa_g, offsetRa_r, offsetRa_i, offsetRa_z, offsetDec_u, offsetDec_g, offsetDec_r, offsetDec_i, offsetDec_z, u, g, r, i, z, err_u, err_g, err_r, err_i, err_z, mjd_u, mjd_g, mjd_r, mjd_i, mjd_z from PhotoObjAll join field on (field.fieldId=PhotoObjAll.fieldId) on SDSS DR7, kindly provided by the Potsdam mirror. All angular quantities are given in degrees here.Extracted sources from SDSS DR7
smakced.mainTable InfoSMAKCED infrared images and derived properties of early-type dwarf galaxies in the Virgo cluster. The Stellar content, MAss and Kinematics of Cluster Early-type Dwarf galaxies (SMAKCED_) project is a survey of 121 Virgo cluster early type galaxies. This service publishes deep near-infrared (H band) images obtained by SMAKCED together with `resulting decompositions`_ and other properties of the galaxies in the sample. .. _SMAKCED: http://smakced.net .. _resulting decompositions: http://smakced.net/data.html
spm4.mainTable Info The SPM4 Catalog contains absolute proper motions, celestial coordinates, and B,V photometry for 103,319,647 stars and galaxies between the south celestial pole and -20 degrees declination. The catalog is roughly complete to V=17.5. It is based on photographic and CCD observations taken with the Yale Southern Observatory's double-astrograph at Cesco Observatory in El Leoncito, Argentina. The SPM4 Catalog contains absolute proper motions, celestial coordinates, and B,V photometry for 103,319,647 stars and galaxies between the south celestial pole and -20 degrees declination. The catalog is roughly complete to V=17.5. It is based on photographic and CCD observations taken with the Yale Southern Observatory's double-astrograph at Cesco Observatory in El Leoncito, Argentina.
supercosmos.sourcesTable Info The SuperCOSMOS data primarily originate from scans of the UK Schmidt and Palomar POSS II blue, red and near-IR sky surveys. The ESO Schmidt R (dec < -17.5) and Palomar POSS-I E (dec > -17.5) surveys have also been scanned and provide an early (1st) epoch red measurement. Mirrored here is the source table containing four-plate multi-colour, multi-epoch data which are merged into a single source catalogue for general science exploitation. Within the GAVO DC, some column names have been adapted to local customs (primarily positions, proper motions). The SuperCOSMOS data primarily originate from scans of the UK Schmidt and Palomar POSS II blue, red and near-IR sky surveys. The ESO Schmidt R (dec < -17.5) and Palomar POSS-I E (dec > -17.5) surveys have also been scanned and provide an early (1st) epoch red measurement. Mirrored here is the source table containing four-plate multi-colour, multi-epoch data which are merged into a single source catalogue for general science exploitation. Within the GAVO DC, some column names have been adapted to local customs (primarily positions, proper motions).
tap_schema.columnsTable InfoColumns in tables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
TablenameInfoTable desc.Res desc.
tap_schema.groupsTable InfoColumns that are part of groups within tables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.key_columnsTable InfoColumns participating in foreign key relationships between tables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.keysTable InfoForeign key relationships between tables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.schemasTable InfoSchmemas containing tables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
tap_schema.tablesTable InfoTables available for ADQL querying. GAVO Data Center's Table Access Protocol (TAP) service with table metadata.
taptest.mainTable InfoA table containing nonsensical data. Do not use except for experiments.Data for regression tests
tgas.mainTable Info This table is a subset of GaiaSource comprising those stars in the Hipparcos and Tycho-2 Catalogues for which a full 5-parameter astrometric solution has been possible in Gaia Data Release 1. This is possible because the early Hipparcos epoch positions break some degeneracies due to the limited Gaia time coverage. This table contains a substantial fraction of the around 2.5 million stars in the Hipparcos and Tycho-2 catalogue. Many stars have been excluded due to several reasons, such as saturation, cross-match errors or bad astrometric solution. All rows have Gaia solution id 1635378410781933568. This table is a subset of GaiaSource comprising those stars in the Hipparcos and Tycho-2 Catalogues for which a full 5-parameter astrometric solution has been possible in Gaia Data Release 1. This is possible because the early Hipparcos epoch positions break some degeneracies due to the limited Gaia time coverage. This table contains a substantial fraction of the around 2.5 million stars in the Hipparcos and Tycho-2 catalogue. Many stars have been excluded due to several reasons, such as saturation, cross-match errors or bad astrometric solution. All rows have Gaia solution id 1635378410781933568.
theossa.dataTable InfoTheoSSA provides spectral energy distributions based on model atmosphere calculations. Currently, we serve results obtained using the Tübingen NLTE Model Atmosphere Package (TMAP) for hot compact stars.TheoSSA provides spectral energy distributions based on model atmosphere calculations. Currently, we serve results obtained using the Tübingen NLTE Model Atmosphere Package (TMAP) for hot compact stars.
titan.epn_coreTable Info This service publishes a set of vertical profiles through the atmosphere of Saturn's moon titan. Available are profiles of pressure and temperature on the one hand and profiles of abundances on the other. This service publishes a set of vertical profiles through the atmosphere of Saturn's moon titan. Available are profiles of pressure and temperature on the one hand and profiles of abundances on the other.
toss.dataTable InfoA table of transitions, their species, and their properties. This service provides oscillator strengths and transition probabilities. Mainly based on experimental energy levels, these were calculated with the pseudo-relativistic Hartree-Fock method including core-polarization corrections.
twomass.dataTable InfoThe 2MASS Point Source Catalogue, short a couple of exotic fields. We provide this data mainly for matching with other catalogs within our TAP service.The 2MASS Point Source Catalogue, short a couple of exotic fields. We provide this data mainly for matching with other catalogs within our TAP service.
ucac3.icrscorrTable InfoCorrections between UCAC3 and the ICRS as represented by PPMXL on a grid of degrees, obtained by substracting UCAC3 from PPMXL in cones of radius sqrt(2)/2 degrees around the given center position.The Third US Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph catalogue (UCAC3) is an all-sky catalgoue containing just over 100 million objects covering about R = 8-16 mag.
ucac3.mainTable InfoThe UCAC3 all-sky CCD astrograph catalogue, minus the fields from 2MASS and SuperCosmos and matching/object flags. We will add the matching/object flags as soon as someone wants them. Let us know.The Third US Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph catalogue (UCAC3) is an all-sky catalgoue containing just over 100 million objects covering about R = 8-16 mag.
ucac3.ppmxlcrossTable InfoA crossmatch between UCAC3 and PPMXL, created solely based on positions with a window of 1.5 arcsec radius.The Third US Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph catalogue (UCAC3) is an all-sky catalgoue containing just over 100 million objects covering about R = 8-16 mag.
ucac4.mainTable Info UCAC4 is a compiled, all-sky star catalog covering mainly the 8 to 16 magnitude range in a single bandpass between V and R. Positional errors are about 15 to 20 mas for stars in the 10 to 14 mag range. Proper motions have been derived for most of the about 113 million stars utilizing about 140 other star catalogs with significant epoch difference to the UCAC CCD observations. These data are supplemented by 2MASS photometric data for about 110 million stars and 5-band (B,V,g,r,i) photometry from the APASS (AAVSO Photometric All-Sky Survey) for over 50 million stars. UCAC4 also contains error estimates and various flags. All bright stars not observed with the astrograph have been added to UCAC4 from a set of Hipparcos and Tycho-2 stars. Thus UCAC4 should be complete from the brightest stars to about R=16, with the source of data indicated in flags. UCAC4 is a compiled, all-sky star catalog covering mainly the 8 to 16 magnitude range in a single bandpass between V and R. Positional errors are about 15 to 20 mas for stars in the 10 to 14 mag range. Proper motions have been derived for most of the about 113 million stars utilizing about 140 other star catalogs with significant epoch difference to the UCAC CCD observations. These data are supplemented by 2MASS photometric data for about 110 million stars and 5-band (B,V,g,r,i) photometry from the APASS (AAVSO Photometric All-Sky Survey) for over 50 million stars. UCAC4 also contains error estimates and various flags. All bright stars not observed with the astrograph have been added to UCAC4 from a set of Hipparcos and Tycho-2 stars. Thus UCAC4 should be complete from the brightest stars to about R=16, with the source of data indicated in flags.
ucac5.mainTable Info New astrometric reductions of the US Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph Catalog (UCAC) all-sky observations were performed from first principles using the TGAS stars in the 8 to 11 magnitude range as reference star catalog. Significant improvements in the astrometric solutions were obtained and the UCAC5 catalog of mean positions at a mean epoch near 2001 was generated. By combining UCAC5 with Gaia DR1 data new proper motions on the Gaia coordinate system for over 107 million stars were obtained with typical accuracies of 1 to 2 mas/yr (R = 11 to 15 mag), and about 5 mas/yr at 16th mag. Proper motions of most TGAS stars are improved over their Gaia data and the precision level of TGAS proper motions is extended to many millions more, fainter stars. The database table uses actual NULLs for missing photometry, and all angular coordinates have been homogenised to degrees. New astrometric reductions of the US Naval Observatory CCD Astrograph Catalog (UCAC) all-sky observations were performed from first principles using the TGAS stars in the 8 to 11 magnitude range as reference star catalog. Significant improvements in the astrometric solutions were obtained and the UCAC5 catalog of mean positions at a mean epoch near 2001 was generated. By combining UCAC5 with Gaia DR1 data new proper motions on the Gaia coordinate system for over 107 million stars were obtained with typical accuracies of 1 to 2 mas/yr (R = 11 to 15 mag), and about 5 mas/yr at 16th mag. Proper motions of most TGAS stars are improved over their Gaia data and the precision level of TGAS proper motions is extended to many millions more, fainter stars. The database table uses actual NULLs for missing photometry, and all angular coordinates have been homogenised to degrees.
urat1.mainTable Info URAT1 is an observational catalog at a mean epoch between 2012.3 and 2014.6; ot covers the magnitude range 3 to 18.5 in R-band, with a positional precision of 5 to 40 mas. It covers most of the northern hemisphere and some areas down to -24.8° in declination. In the GAVO data center, we left out all columns originating from cross matches with other catalogs; on-the fly crossmatches can be done in our TAP service. URAT1 is an observational catalog at a mean epoch between 2012.3 and 2014.6; ot covers the magnitude range 3 to 18.5 in R-band, with a positional precision of 5 to 40 mas. It covers most of the northern hemisphere and some areas down to -24.8° in declination. In the GAVO data center, we left out all columns originating from cross matches with other catalogs; on-the fly crossmatches can be done in our TAP service.
usnob.dataTable InfoThe USNO-B 1.0 catalogue with Barron's spurious detections removed.The USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue and some ancillary tables.
usnob.platecorrsTable InfoPlate corrections to USNO-B 1.0 based on a crossmatch with PPMXThe USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue and some ancillary tables.
usnob.platesTable InfoPlate data for the source plates of USNO-BPlate data for the USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue.
usnob.ppmxcrossTable InfoA crossmatch between USNO-B 1.0 and PPMX.The USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue and some ancillary tables.
usnob.spuriousTable InfoSpurious detections in USNO-B 1.0 as established by Barron et al, 2008AJ....135..414BThe USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue and some ancillary tables.
usnob.twomasscrossTable InfoA crossmatch between USNO-B 1.0 and 2MASS.The USNO-B 1.0 Catalogue and some ancillary tables.
veronqsos.dataTable Info This catalogue is an update of the previous versions. It contains 11358 (+2759) quasars (defined as brighter than absolute B magnitude -23), 3334 (+501) AGNs (defined as fainter than absolute B magnitude -23) and 357 (+137) BL Lac objects from 1863 (+201) references. This catalogue is an update of the previous versions. It contains 11358 (+2759) quasars (defined as brighter than absolute B magnitude -23), 3334 (+501) AGNs (defined as fainter than absolute B magnitude -23) and 357 (+137) BL Lac objects from 1863 (+201) references.
vlastripe82.stripe82Table Info This is a high-resolution radio survey of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Southern Equatorial Stripe, a.k.a. Stripe 82. This 1.4 GHz survey was conducted with the Very Large Array (VLA) primarily in the A-configuration, with supplemental B-configuration data to increase sensitivity to extended structure. The survey has an angular resolution of 1.''8 and achieves a median rms noise of 52 μJy per beam over 92 deg^2. The catalog contains 17,969 isolated radio components, for an overall source density of ∼195 sources/deg^2. See also J.A. Hodge et al, :bibcode:`2011AJ....142....3H` . This is a high-resolution radio survey of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Southern Equatorial Stripe, a.k.a. Stripe 82. This 1.4 GHz survey was conducted with the Very Large Array (VLA) primarily in the A-configuration, with supplemental B-configuration data to increase sensitivity to extended structure. The survey has an angular resolution of 1.''8 and achieves a median rms noise of 52 μJy per beam over 92 deg^2. The catalog contains 17,969 isolated radio components, for an overall source density of ∼195 sources/deg^2. See also J.A. Hodge et al, :bibcode:`2011AJ....142....3H` .
TablenameInfoTable desc.Res desc.
wfpdb.archivesTable Info A table of plate archives included in the WFPDB or scheduled for inclusion, as well as the properties of the instruments used to take the data. The Wide-Field Plate Database (WFPDB_) contains the descriptive information for the astronomical wide-field (>1°) photographic observations stored in numerous archives all over the world. The total number of these observations, obtained since the end of the 19th century with more then 200 instruments (telescopes) is about 2 550 000 from 509 archives. The WFPDB is continually being updated, providing currently access to the information for about 640 000 plates from 117 plate archives (30% of the estimated total number of wide-field plates) .. _WFPDB: http://www.wfpdb.org/
wfpdb.mainTable Info WFPDB's table of plates, including position observed and the epoch of observation. The Wide-Field Plate Database (WFPDB_) contains the descriptive information for the astronomical wide-field (>1°) photographic observations stored in numerous archives all over the world. The total number of these observations, obtained since the end of the 19th century with more then 200 instruments (telescopes) is about 2 550 000 from 509 archives. The WFPDB is continually being updated, providing currently access to the information for about 640 000 plates from 117 plate archives (30% of the estimated total number of wide-field plates) .. _WFPDB: http://www.wfpdb.org/
wise.mainTable Info This is the All-Sky source catalog, with several columns left out since we considered them to be only relevant for re-reduction, too arcane, or just because of a whim on our side. If you need them, let us know. The columns left out include: elon, elat, source_id, w?nm w?m, w?cov, w?cc_map_str, w?flux, w?sigflux, w?sky, w?sigsk, w?conf, w?mag_?, w?sigm_?, w?flg_?, w?magp, w?sigp1, w?sigp2, rho??, r_2mass, pa_2mass, n_2mass, [jhk]_m_2mass, [jhk]_msig_2mass, best_use_cntr, ngrp, x, y, z, spt_ind The Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) is a space-based imaging survey of the entire sky in the 3.4 (W1), 4.6 (W2), 12 (W3), and 22 (W4) μm mid-infrared. This is the project's reliable Source Catalog containing accurate photometry and astrometry for over 500 million objects. More details are available in the `Explanatory Supplement`_, which also has a list of `Cautionary Notes`_. .. _Explanatory Supplement: http://wise2.ipac.caltech.edu/docs/release/allsky/expsup/sec1_1.html .. _Cautionary Notes: http://wise2.ipac.caltech.edu/docs/release/allsky/expsup/sec1_4b.html
zcosmos.dataTable Info The zCOSMOS redshift survey used 600h on the VIMOS spectrograph spread over five observing seasons (2005-2009) to obtain spectra of about 20,000 galaxies selected to have Iab < 22.5 across the full 1.7 deg2 of the COSMOS field. This part, "zCOSMOS-bright", was designed to yield a high and fairly uniform sampling rate (about 70%), with a high success rate in measuring redshifts (approaching 100% at 0.5 < z < 0.8), and with sufficient velocity accuracy (about 100 km/s) to efficiently map the environments of galaxies down to the scale of galaxy groups out to redshifts z ~ 1. The zCOSMOS redshift survey used 600h on the VIMOS spectrograph spread over five observing seasons (2005-2009) to obtain spectra of about 20,000 galaxies selected to have Iab < 22.5 across the full 1.7 deg2 of the COSMOS field. This part, "zCOSMOS-bright", was designed to yield a high and fairly uniform sampling rate (about 70%), with a high success rate in measuring redshifts (approaching 100% at 0.5 < z < 0.8), and with sufficient velocity accuracy (about 100 km/s) to efficiently map the environments of galaxies down to the scale of galaxy groups out to redshifts z ~ 1.

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An overview over the tables available for ADQL querying within the GAVO Data Center